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J i ri It Ai tartf rl atpUbItca11 IIi t 5 Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TILE INTERESTS OF ALl TilE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year YOLoXn HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 30 1909 No41-t I Of GOVERNOR WILSON ISSUES PARDON h TO TAYLOR FINLEY AND OTHERS Petition of Thousands Fi led in their Favor Gov May Nev rAgainReturn to His Native State At a late hour last Friday cttomoon 3ov Augustus E Wlilson by on tetnoke of this official pen tended tor ever the ponwcutlon of Governor W 8 Taylor for alleged complicity ii too assassination of Senator Goebe by grouting him fun and free portion of the enlarge which than hung over Mm for the past ulna years The Governor also granted pardonc to John Powers brother of Caleb Powers Inidloted os an accessory tc too crime to Holland Wltdttaker Butler county to John Dovlsof Lwuls vile and to Zach Steele of BoU county Whittoker Davis and Steele never left the State Wlhllo TajHorank l ComImonwel1tb has been roaming about in Honduras Those over whom Indictments hre left hanging are Wtartoa Golden bf Knox county now to Colorado Frank Cecil of Ilea county now a irailroad detective In St Louts rend WUlIlnmI H Culton of Owsley county died recently In the West These caseswith the possible exception of that of Ceoil writ it Is fatd be dis missal Hh a action of the Governor will Joyous news to the thousands lof citi zens throughout the State who have I appealed to Irian to exenctoe his par I doning power In the cases of tlhe t men accused of the kUUagof GojetoeL Tine petitions wKlcEwere Senit to The Govraor were signed not atone byI 1menFor mine yeara Gov Toi as been an exile from the State 111cl- 1gave him birth ands from the peopleI who elected Ihim theln Chief iExecu tive By night and by day the h lived In Che constant tear of dot or kidnapping The dharge of murder has hung over Ihim turning this hair white and Shattering his health Attl those years Did rhea been a huated man Penhape topriaononent or dorUIti Itself Would have been ipreforabto to the Buffering that the has endured The wife of Gov Taylor unable to withstand itihe disgrace iw Mdh die ffelt over the conditions which forced ther husband to become on exile pined away leaving him alone to her Ihls sorrows It the boon said that Gov Taylor Ihos felt fio deepily amkl BO keen ly the foot that Ihe Ihas been compel ed to Dive as on exUe tram bis State that Ihe has made the statement fliot bo doubted vrfhetber One would ever re turnGov Taylor crossed the bounddry llnd of Kentucky Into Indiana short ly alter the Supreme Court of tte United1 States refused to take Jurls dtciton In doe lltlartdoni ti owing the right of tihe1 Domporats to bjdM the State offices fTlhla had the effect of leaving tore Domiccrats in POwer Gov Taylors InUictmienit for itiho murder of Goebel followed in fioe Ftronttlin Circuit Court and friglitenoa beyond description Ihe sought the oldvico ovald counsel of friends in Louisville Every since the shot rang out tfhat blued Goebel the shooting fcas been tho baste of the Uauea In every pobtioaJl campaign in Kentucky The races between J C W Beokham and Johin W Yerkea in 1900 ibetworan BecWhom and Morris B Belknap in 103 anti then betvemGov Willson and 6 W Huger in 1907 were onade viMSh the killing of Goobel the dominant issue On learning of the acttcini of Gov ernor WKteon IndtenrjpolM8 friends y gEcthered at tie Taylor bomb Fri dray Slight to congratulate Miss Anna Taylor the former Govemioar s eldest daughter upon this pardon of ber fatboT The mows is almost too good betrue she said I have alwaiya longed to go back to Kentucky to tine old home Of course sine the death of ony Bnoth or It would not be tOO Game but therein no pOt in the World MkeonaB native State I dont know alramxi goring back to Kentucky I a altgo I lr wterover my Lather goes I may return to Kentucky for n visit Kidi dir Taylhr but prob ally wMllI1Ot remain there I W not believe fast I leave a pdraonc enemy dm the State and In my Juldg went I could go book ttece IwH Out felT of iperaonal vldteEce Following Is the text of the reasoj Governor Wilson gives for cxtctkllni executive clemency to farmer Governor Taylor William Goebel was nominated fore Governor of Kentucky In 1899 In tre Democratic Ooojiventlon tcfld at Must haul In Louisville of wtolch Judge RieId wine has ipormament Ohulnmon Tlai nomination drove many Democrats from the suppcnit of their ticket and In the campaign which followed the greatest bitterness wcs between tae Democrats Who worn for and ogsJlnsl GoebelWllllem S Taylor was nomln ted for Governor by the Republican State Convention without factional struggle tand made an earnest campaign marked by fine public spirit and free from bitterness in wibich the chief Issue be tweenthe two parties was on the star tlOn law railed attar its author the Democratic nominee Tike Goebel Elec tlon Law At the election many Democrats voted for Taylor as the surest wry to defeat Goebel and many stayed away from the polls and did mot vote at nUt The State Election Board compos cd of tits venerable Judge William S Pryor Judge of tho Court of AipeaJa for more than a quarter of a byInnIW T 6lls an ex 5pitfjderate soldier had ex itenubet cb amd Mr IOhall1es B Pioyntz nat three Democrat and men who lied Atttcd mar William Goebel qanvassed the return anti found jimFytoP trail a raaorlty of about 3000 and by the vote of two M the three members Judge Pryor and Capt dlectloIn ated and began bis service as Gov I ennop After some delay William Goobel began the contest of William S Taylor partyhpas dls II cuaslon followed throughout the Oomimonmxalllh It Is hard to realize now nine yeas after these troubles how Intense the feeling was nor what desperate passion were aroused It was almost civil ware and neighbor was Bet against neighbor In every part of the Commonwealth For many month kuwablding people everywhere were In constant spar lest tidings should come of an npen outbreak and mortal clash between the members of the hostile parties 1atman I firmly believe thbt they would finally vote against the contort when sud denly the news broke upon the State of the rounder of William Goebel and In the storm of passion whldh that crime excited all conservatism and re straint wore swept away TlLd usual orderly jnetihodB of procedure under the law were dlsnegaded domestic vie lence and danger were imminent There Is no need to try to tell again In this statement all the story of that time of trial and trouble It U enough to say that In same way a rocord wes made to show that the General Assembly sustained the con test of Wllllaan Goebel flilch overthrew tie State election and removed Gov Taylor from office The courts held that they court not go behind that record and that determined the pos session of the office The murder of William Goebel de Btroyed every chance of GpVy Taylors winning the contest and ovary sensi ble man felt this at the time Mb man of common sense or any knowledge of public feeling could hove thought any other result possible It was the Worst crime In our history end It did Continued on Second Page boExtends Thanks Dear Republican I have receiveld my nice Jewel box with which I em highly pleased You will please Bcoop My Blnoero thanks for same It is a beauty will Bay dt was tar byond expectations With respect SADIE T HALL r a S x J Beautiful 26 Piece of Rogers Sil verware Third Special Prize The contestant turning In the largest number of totes between April 24bb and May 8tih at 6 oclock p in will be awarded a 20 piece wt of Rogera eilvenware Tlfs Is one of tho handsomest end most valuable presents yet offered by us during our grand Ptano contest Every new Bubscriber will secure 1000 votes every renewal 800 and for every 100 turned la between April 24th and May lt at 6 oclock p m 1000 EXTRA VOTES WILL BE AWARDED 900 extra votes will be gimi for each 100 turned in between May Silk end 15th dlmlnliicB 100 votes eocli week there ftar until close Of contest Remember these votes count on the Plano contest as well as In the special prize award All former prize winners are banred in this special prize offer It will be seemi from the above offer that the next few weeks will be tire best time to secure votes and we trust that all the contes tants will put to some good work between now and May Stih t OHIO COUNTY WOOL GROWERS ASSOCIATION Established at Meeting at Beaver Dam Delivery to be Made iatthat Point The wool growers of Qhto county met at Beaver Dam April 24 for the purpose of forming a County Wool Growers Association House was called to order by County Patosldend S L Steveens iMr Stevens stateH the object of the meeting after wblch Mr E C Baird was dleotedl tangier ary chairman amd D M1 Stewart item penury secretary House then pro reeled to business It was dieddied as this was only a wool grow ere meeting none but wool growers be allowed to participate Mr Stevens was then called tor and responded giving a very ettthualastlo report of the meet Ing at Ellazbatbtawn It was moved and seconded to re tain Mr S L Stevens as director for the county whldhi armed unanimous ly It was also agreed that lIe imoke a sale of our Wool at the mooting satlamctorially Louisville if such eaite could ibe I1ItI by Henshal Porter and 1Yoved James Cecil that this or be made a permanent noun= ty organization and the secretary the ordered to send Wool pledgees to all locals in the county sand that they be signed and returned to our County SOC rotary C E Smith not daten than May 8- Moved end eeconded that our direc tor ask buyers to funaisfli spoke for our Wool Motion caJrried Several good talks wore floea given toy Adorns John ChlnnJames Cecil F W Pirtle and others as to the manner of hand ling our wool to obtain 41he best pricesIt then moved and seconded that Beaver Dam be made the point of delivery for the county Motion carried TOO body extended their flanks to Mr K V Williams for his kindness In allowing us tine use of file house to hold our meeting In Meeting adjourned to meet at Hart ford May 8 All wool growers of the county are urged to attend their meeting E C BAIRD President D MStuwo11t Secretary New Millinery Establisement Mrs I A Leo has recently opened a splendid line of Millinery at Cromwell where abe will be pleased to servo all customora with the very latest patterns In hots and every thing pertaining to her line at tho most reasonable prices Call and ex amino ber line before purchasing eteo ortrrlonI f p HARTFORD COLLEGE CLOSING EXERCISES Spillman Riggs The Charac ter Delineator Secured Tdiv closing exercises of Hartford College whin will be held week after nextnie expected to be tullUIJ to the hlgih standaild heretofore made by this school Tihe first evening will ibe given over to the fret four grades and will consJyt in dialogues etc The sec ond evening will be occupied by the next four grades in o similar manner The third evening will be occupied by advanced pupils who will attempt KxmetfclEg In the dramatic The last evening will consist Ha the awarding of diplomas to the graduating class and humorous lecture by Spittoon iRIps who comes under tbe direction of the Centml Lyceum Bureau Mr Riggs has a world wide reputation as an orator and character Delineator His subject will be VMusIcal Fits and Mis fits He is absolutely unique as a lecturer and cannot be compared wltih any man now on the platform Who Amoi lean1 Lyceum Union says Dur piatfoninIsatisfaction and we book tim on this positive guarantee Death of Mrs Henry Aull A telegram from Bowling Green to Capt S K Cox yesterday afternoon announced the death of Mrs Henry Aull who was a nelco of Mrs Cox Her death was not unexpected as she had boon in falling health ton a long time Mrs Aull wee formerly Miss May Moseley and was born land raised in Hartford being a daughter of afro Jennie Moseley who until a few years MrIand was born at Sulphur Springathis county and for many years van In tho drug bushes da Hartford The burial and Interment will take place atI Bowling Green today at 3 p m Wire Cox left yesterday afternoon to be present at the funeral Who death of Mrs Aull will be sad news to the many friends of the family in Ofiio county RENDER April 26n to the wife of AIr thur Dowell a girl on the 13th feet Mother and child doing well Arthur iaan smiles Jas Hardln of this place was hurt in the Alines at MtoHenry lost week by mining some loose coal which loll on him r G W Burton went to Luzerae tost Wednesday W B Alexander of Central City has here last Wednesday Carl Robteon Jetumed to his home I Louisville Sunday after visiting his father Rev N C Ro loon for the past week Wm and Berry Hardin of Daanfleh were lore test Wednesday and Thtirs day f Gus Rock and Hywel Davll of LOuis vlll were hero last Thursday S F Howey of Central City was hero Friday J C Gillian of LoulsAiKe and J M DaWeese of Hartford were home Satur dayL Francis was in Centaa1 City Satu day on business R M Gwjm and Simon St lens were In Taylor Mines Suniddy Rev No C Robison preached tvi able and interesting sermon at WIl llama Mines Sunday night- J C Campbell of Central City hnd Roy Amitendt or Fordsville were there yeitoiday Flrank Sullenger of Hartford was here today Success to the Republican proud of its improvement ne wiest and best- IxiPer in the county FORTHE BUSY READER J Fortyciix persons are said to have lost their lives during the earthquake Shocks recently atLisbon Portugal f X Mark Twain has declined an Invita tion to attend the baittlcEfalp Mlsels sipl celebration at Natchez Hardln S Sharp of St Charles Ky committed suicide by placing this toe against the trigger of a shotgun and blowing Ws head off S Judge Hart overruled the fora mew trial In the Cooper murder rise at Nashville an an appeal will be taken to the Supreme Court Isaac S Morse was shot to death at Nawhvllle by Mss Gertrude Douglas The girl declared after tho killing that Morse had ruined her and then thmwn leer over 5 James Thomas wiillamsJr of South Carolina has been appointed a Civil Services Commissioner by President Taft Mr Williams succeeds Henry F Greene who resigned several weeks ago S Brougihton Brandenburg after a can ferewco with his counsel has decided to surrender the Cabanne boy to this father though at first Brandenburg In slated that he would make a tight to keep the youngster On tfce application of counsel Judge Hazel In the United States Court at Buffalo appointed receivers for the HO Company of that city The com pany Is capitalized at 2000000 and tor a bonded indebtedness of about 1800 000 i The Rev J W West superintendent of tho Kentucky AntiSaloon League has resigned and will leave the State resting under charge of ungentloman ly conduct brought by two little glnls at Catlettebung Dr West admits what he describes as Indiscretions Delaware county lad voted dry In a county option election by a ma jority of about 2900 Oluncle the county seat gave the drys a majority of over 200 The result of the election was awaited with great in terest as Muncie is so far the lar gest Indiana city to vote on the saloon question More than eighty saloons will bo closed No matter what fair course the Republicans might elect to pursue during the consideration of the Payne bill at vast some of the Democrats will accuse them of unfairness Dlen of this type whether in or out of Congress are not entitled to much consideration The responsibility in the Instance Basete on the Republicans nd they should wear it In a fair and faithful way The Jury In the Beach Hargls case after being out nearly twentyfour hours brought In a verdict of murder in the first degree and fixing his punishment at life in the penitentiary The patricide showed little emotion when the verdict was read although his mother who had stood by him so valiantly had an expression of disappointment The attorneys for Hargis after a consultation decided to APPly for a now trial and Judge Adams will heal the motion In caso a new Trial is refused the case will be takeh to the Court of Appeals k STANDING OF THE CONTESTANTS Ten or Twelve Young Ladies Have Almost Equal Chance Who young ladies nlto ace contesting for the piano which JIBS been otter ed by The Republican have ben mak ing great headway in the mast few weeks Tliie special prize a gold watch was won by Miss Mhbe Ash ley last Friday In another column will bo found an account of tho next special prize whilch will be awarded to tho one receiving the highest number of votes between the 24th of April and May 8 This prize will also no doubt create a great deal of rivalry among tho contestants No such of fers wore ever made by any nows paper in this part of Kentucky mho presents are so costly that no mat ter Stow great an Increase of circulation It may bring to our paper we will have to be content with the mere fact that our circulation its Increased enormously as the outlay for the presents will more than offset tho financialIncrease We give herewith the vote which has been received by each candidate up to yesterday afternoon Wany of the candidates have tad friends who have been working for them and have turned In a groat many votes without the knowledge of the various candi dates and some of thorn will DO doubt be surprised at the vote Which they have received Lillian Monroe 58900 Mabel Ashley 55620 Mao Borah 46800 Irene Davis 44670 Elsie King 39510 Ida Paxton 32000 Gertie Moore 31300 Sadie T Hall i 31000 Grace Turley 29500 Jessie Park 28700 Myrtle Carter 26SOO Addle Potts 25500 Ethel Rowe 25430 Ollie Thomas 15000 Harriet Sandefur 2000 Ethel Hunter 2400 Mss Vada Render who started In the contest has received over 30000 votes but owing to the fact that she Is compelled to leave the county tor the purpose of taking a course la school She withdrew from the con test a short while ago It will be seen from tbo above list that many of too contestants ore very close In point of votes and surer Is within the reach of anyone Mho will put forth extra efforts with- In tho next three or four weeks In the meantime we trust all our contest ants will be able to visit our office and examine the beautiful piano Negros Skull Fractured A fight occurred among the members of a work crew on the M H and E railroad about a mite fromFords vIUe Tuesday afternoon In wMCh two negroes were Injured one of them perhaps fatally When commun- Icated with the marshal of Fords rllle was unable to give the namesand he negroes had been taken back to the boarding cars some distance in the country No arrests have been uado The facts concerning tho fight appear to bo that one of the negroes ad vanced upon another with a drawn knife The negro who was attacked struck at his assailant with a spike vole and succeeded not only in knock- Ing his assailant senseless but broke the skull of a third negro who occupied the role of Innocent bystanders PRENTIS April 21The warm days have put some of the farmers In a notion to begin planting corn Mr Robert Swain of Contretown spent Saturday night with this parents lair Richard Taylor wife and little daughter Ruby spent Sunday at Mr P A Swains Misses Maud Jar nugln and Onlce Bracken spent Sunday at G W Lettiohslhiisses Tina Burgess and Mae Leach went to Beaver Dam last week Mra Llllle Gentry and children wero- Ute gUOSta of J R Burgess Sunday There was a largo crowd of young SundaYjI r i P ti 1 1- ei 1 fI WILLSON PAR RONED TAYLOR AND ETHERS pninued tram First Page mote annn tbta say other murder ever oonmrit14 is 1reQ Enraged public opinion drsmsnued nagecc- ebe General Astembly app p Iattd 100000 for teupprethecelon end oea j Ioommlwho were snot u credit to the State- Excited j paths totargtod Ute mu dEr upon the Ropubilcan tmtr 05 the State was sumo with dntges- couateretu t gs aId political sbndec and tinny good BOO tree men were be r traycd Into blttec abase of each offer The coOOttJraJ at Frankfort pre 1Terc1ctof yenta 1aa aOOF that cebaTe n00 conviction on any cf these trhis ptby a solid Goebel Demoarotfe jury nor any acI- quittal ezr by an anUGoej bel jury Trktl after trial xis had with tie ptocecutioas supoct eel by ail tU pott of the lbmmoa- wralttrsad the nrwd fund and judg men utter judgavmt t15 reveled the Court of Appeals ittLdbJg firm sad- oonftnthe to uloldtng tae Tex is toke face of all too jx pular exctteent I For yeas it se ezcd as U there never woud be an end d Uie paUtioai- u e of the Goob DlUM keep upI batEd and oonteation In the campaign j of 1Hi it was again brought up us ft had been In every campaign slICe I 1se9by aWctee In wtlch Itws cWm ed that the Doo1000i nlaee for GoTemor wontd pardon Talor Powj es and others aOO teat tie RPpub i limn normlaee world patdoa them Ifi eetttd I made no saswYr to these sptcebes until I tote to the home of PoWfcofB la the moust1 tR wtr I toad tAj lojllf ads irMnD wt I would not prejudge hue cats theI I would not trlOmloo anybody eater- to pardon or not to pardon thof men i but that It the CJCnti ever came before me I Would take them up Dfl- tclaly and decide threat on the merits I just like other rarce and that I xis ie anxious tor the oolrktIonlUld- PWllAmoot o every person guilty of i tile murder of Winiam Gceoo1 as any- oae elan In Kccltutky ti t feet I had not been able to fop low tie rt of the trials c106o1r IteJeOrH but one and tlnt the trtia3a bad boon ubJootod to charge of urtttrntes be cause of putisn excttbtneat a pro judice coutftlr to UJq mrtnlrg aril- purpcxr of tote law eI the landIWbJB the Powers and Il td cp- pUcaUoas for 1Jnon wee pect a public bearing wan had at wt Idt i both sldtir vitae va cy tidy tepn ynted- and the whole rand coupe of I tile prcateutku were SCxotvuylrly dkr- cusbtd I Ue tLeortcrt of the prosccut1on- and j fuase male IJfJli ty titer and I bxame tborow I lanuailax wtih I Ute wbdo CIIL of t prtifecutlou and diQII o Alter 1bat tinting the vthoIe record i of all tie trtale with the ollini ions of the Court of Appeals was faithfully read wUII grut UZe IIIIId pfitlenooII and attar giving ttoie taste the blr eat and mo t Imyoutlal consldtrttlon- wlIlait the eatxtst wlrt aril purpo8 Iir2lhPowers lid Hnwanl were not guiky aid tJoo tbelr IIIIn1mIS i Titan is no ncid to rep nt the statlmontJI in the Powers teteII Howard E06 they were and Ire weal known to tb people Tate study of thorn nerd onMratn- od nru to believoto the excluslofll of a doubt that Howard did not fire Ute ekot which killed William Goebel The only evldence In all of the tour triala ot POWorli ud three trials of JIoWvxd bywhloh the JI1OlWUUon In ODY way attempted to connect Govc Taylor wltb the murder wzs the txs- tlmony as to his writing tn get How rd to come to rnnkfDIt to kill Nil barn GofJOOl end tfJdlng to How that Howard on Ire requebt In that letter did come to FrnJdIlt entered Into the pit and committed the murder Out Howard did Trot kill Goobe and Gov Taylor could not be guilty of getting IIouem W bo what toe did not do From tte fair irWattial u11c alllttlememory and conditions of there times J believe that Gov Wlilitant S Taylorbod no part nor guilty knowledge of the murder of William Goebel anal l4mtc to xvuld never have been Indicted but for the Polltlrol excltemerdt and the passion to prorecuto evoryono xLom I excited imqlnaUOI1 or rolCltit partisan interests could dreg Irdo tic fleM of blame and ubU Goy Taylor toil ttxt greatest rro sonS to believe that he oouM not in thootimesbave a lhlr trialand that Jt he btayai lhere2c rwoutidbe thrown r elltfIJIIjaL hIm oLI te vro be totted to trial bee part1saa ju ynadercoaditi3a- wbih would give lIm no chancect nUI fa a jut decision He bOO a loge family Do wife atx d1tJgtieca and nI son aU wbolly 43ependeat cu bls labor to soport them and decided theft It was his duty not to submit to a 431 under thole corditlczl nn to left the Stte and went to Indiana InIdaJabeoanee they beeTed from the geneI eu1 knowledge of rooolUors In Ken tuck that GoT Taylor could nottmTe- I a felt trial rmd to ten UTa la In- dia a eves slrce and tan been treated wfth the gterta ktadaena conldnera- I Uon and tesjxct to our ser ateI Gov Tayiora expedetee has been btlf nail power He bM teid office j Iin his own tcouaty and ten was effected Attorney Geneal of Kentnckyaad netted the Stele with credit for four years In 18S9 after B C3J1PCigtrDo SJlIrjItlucky me rerchEd the gxatest honor trot could aTe been within his bright I est bopas lie was fuiJling hs duties WttfuJr cOO upslgtly wnn this j tmgedr end tU storm ot feeling wltldt It forced up oa the people ruInEd tte crowning gory of ahardwcrk j Itg useful life ovretl w tte cooed- ISmte Government and put In perU the safety of the people The Corers meet of Kentucky was rskelen to Its 1tions md Its rely ezlgeace wes endaafixcd Goy Taylor wits i forced to become as eute fmm his borne md people and UTe in anothdI State With try dluge of being nttt5 spry to nvardr tangls over him His wire wt had borne aU or their Lotabhcts sad dangers with a rune Dour age tht was a glory to her needled i GoT Taylors Ute vtJc1 had been rro full of UiIIulnefs premise hope bunellleadl1Hs Indictment returned at the I April term 1900 and continued from term to term evtr since was peed I lug when I ins inanuratvd sa Governor of Kentucky on the lObh day of De i camber 1901 It has not been forgot en nor overlooked it has been on the duclret and called surd continued at every term of mutt It tbas been la I mln of the people noo the ol coriftaatiy The hroaing or the Powers and toward cases brought t into the thoughts of all of the proI- pie butnvoiy n yar and a bnUpnd i DOW five terms of the Frnnkltn Circuit Court he Ind WllIbIout any effort to bring this Je to trial without requrnt to me to take any action Finam sum well knovvu tint if e I proecutton dtslitd I would rind for them to bring them to Kentucky Vhfle Govszcas afourt and Dur bin of Indiana retuied the Tequi UODSDO appU ttlon wes nadu to their uJcceSor Gov IIanly dUring his four prams aD as I tc said no Request bas been made of me to end a req- ulslrton to the Dermorntstlc Goytnzr GoylllanlyI had faith for tAsenu tcy weak have come to Kentucky without n requisition end Mill less that If I had sect a rtquUstioa to Goy Hardy during his term be would have honor e11t It seems from this daisy of five and a half yntn In taking any bUJSI bItng this mw to trt4tet ftcers In the prosecutIon have root wlJjwd to o to It cars my hope and prcnI u to people tint I would try to be a lour ionary of race and good wiI to end tie angry strife of years over the cases and to do my duty in them faithSuily end upnlhtly ctkl I have kept the faith It Is the Ibigf est of duty and conscience pow to the prouuton ot tUs man to Is clearly not guilty and to take this ate out or tee ned of pubic and pol- IUml controversy I am aboolutely- i sure that Coy William S Taylor had iupart In nw thought of the murder lof William Goobelpnd I feel It a in 1crd duty which I mug no longer delay to rorry this belief Into effect 81Turlorcbarges ot being ClOCet60r to the murder of William Goobel ind under and I1y virtue of the lJOwer vested In me- I under the CottstttutloII I direct tnt sadd Indktmcmt be dismissed and all further proceedings endl dhargce against the mid William S Taylor in connection with too murder of Wll1lar- Goetxf Lu er enlsred end ended foev er and all officers and people ot the Commonwealth ere enjoined to give full force and effect to this order and docirlon of the Governor of Kentucky Wttneas my tend end the seal of the Commonwealth of Kentucky this 23rd day of April 1909 AUGUSTUS L WlIAJSON Governor of Kentucky r L fil BRYAN INaTilESENATESD- emocrats in Congress Interested in Possibility i IHe Would Not be Instantly Ac IclaImed as the Democrat ie Leader I Democrats In Congress are vastly Interested In the reported possibility that William J Bryan uny seek eIec- tion to the Senate ns the sueceseor f- Elmer J Burke whose term expires Yarcb 3 191L A dispatch from Little Rock Ark quoted Mr Bryan a BaT- Ing that white be should pruter that some otber Nebraska Democrat be uomlrnted for the Senatorship he would tfaY that he would not be a candidate nutler dlsjxatchos from Nebraska had represented Mr Bryan asan acknowkdgednsphoat for Set atonal tones While Mr Bryans advent In the mate world not he hailed as an UB mixed blessing by aU the Democratic members thereof no doubt the rest of the country would take a greet dual of pleasure In seeing dir Bryan a Senator Ttenif Mr Roosevelt would only come to the Senate os the suecersor Of Otnuncey Depew the mtisfactJon of the country woud be complete Itelther Mr Bryan or3lr Roosevelt Is under too Impression that upow becoming a Senator he would at once step Into the leadership ol his respective party in that chamber he would well be prepared for B rude surpise It Is a pretty good guess that both Mr Bryan and Mr Roosevelt would June to undergo a course of lnlzng though the dose would not be w severe prob ably es tile ore for Instance weildh Is being applied to LQIMte of Wlsoon sin There are a number of Democratic Senators who genuinely and sincerely acknow2edgu Bryan es Ve leader of their pasty but Ur are hopelessly- In the minority Tore average Democratic Senator is deeply convinced that he himself Would make a much better lender than air Bryan And how they would keep him smarting from pinpricks Old hands at the Senatorial business cnn annoy newcomer inI n- thoUntd ways and the nowcomer Isnt able to tell just wicere the is prIck ed or who pricked lam Mr noens Influence witl the De- momatic minarfty In the Howe would be quite another matter Although D few House Democrats lave tupudlated tie Xetml It undoubtedly is true tint Q majority of them still look upon him as the greatest IXmocct of its day and are wilting still to follow his lead Mr Bryans being In the Senate would make a lot of difference In the lower house of Congress Mr Bryan will not come to the Senate howevur without having a mans fight on his hands Elmer Burkett may not shine es one of tile greet white lights of rte upper hnoucebuttb knows the game of politics nd works at it twentyfour hours a day haven a week end all the weeks of the rIIf there Is a voter to Nebraska v ohasnt received a personal letter from Burkett this yerr Its because1the voters maid has been lost Burkett write letters at the ehgtte t proXltlonnoo when there Is no provocation he write anyhow What Is the WC T U TLe Womans Christian Tempetarree- Union Is the largest organIzed boor oomposcd exclusively of wbmcnon the globe It Ma been ostebIahedln more than fifty different countries wits hundreds of thoufaads of members The United States Great Drltlan and Canada furnish the greater part of the nwmbert1hIP with a rolId1 growing looIUtltuency in many other eounlrles Its membership Is ohosen from among the very best of every landChristian women womanly pure gentle women of high Ideals It should be well un- dertoad that the orgnlmtton stt1nd for total abstinence for the Individual and the prohibition of the sale of intoxicating liquors In towncountyState and anion Ilte bulk or tie work la done through Its departments u1 number nearly forty There Is this woman atthe head of sob dexartment In the natlooalStcteocurt uneD local unions who is msponelble for the eLr- rying out ot the plans 1 How to make Hens Lay Tim eastern part ot the country has boon st1nw up the past few weeks over the announcement that- some I bright inventor iris discovered a solution for the scarcity of eogga tai the winter time His remedy It Is stated by him will increase the pro lucUon of eggs more than 100 percent over what It Is today How does he do It he says simply by lYlinttjgj t u t c thing aIIftt Ute hrnsrd ai ttgU- tteriB adweeteceq eeele reoMr perches of IU desertptleea aad so forth and s ee Ue attelBpt 0- d oao-f hJ dIsoonT lIe ta pcasieiiE1- dhimself of ceria facts ate years of expedmerd aM l e rally seeks not to roo1a exhaustively m only ex prmUoa is ttdereaa green 1IIB1 tte tus 3 witfi gtec t Ito brow- ntaws them into ftts of mowseaees BOO under t1e 1 1I11aOence of the color nothing In the way of eggs may be expected of then Some people venture to rec tint lte simple m lution of thY woOOer is tut green deludes bldd Into beUeTirg that spring with its tecr grem and lerhcge has cone nJa end It Is time for hr to brink of ter fumtly dais pea wgges tttt once tried by a farmer who roan eco3Of cal and In order to save the cost ot green feed for his cattle putuhaeed green goggles cad affixed 4em to the tenchof the animus sad then fed exceWor Prob ably one Sa es UC as another state of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas County es Frank J Csoeey makes oath that hels senior partner of the firm of F a Cheney Ca doing business In th City of Toledo eouaty aU State afore atd rmdthat said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HallCatarrh cure FRANK J CHENEY Swum to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886A W GLEASON SeaL NOTARY Halls Catarrh Cure is PUBLICI ternally and acts directly on and muoou surfaces ot the system I Send tor testimonials E J CHENEY freeISold by sit Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Peanut and Sleep Recently a friend who tad beard that I sometimes suUer from Insomnna told me of a sure cure Eat a plat of peanuts and drink two or three glossae of milk before going to bed aid he and IU warrant youll be asleep wIthin half an Olour I did as to suggested and now fOr the bene fit ofothrswhozany be afflicted with Insomnia I feel It to be my duty to report wtat iheppened so fhr es I am nb e to recall the details First let me ray my friend was right I did go to sleep VeT soon aftmy retirement rrtcri a friend with his bend under tJ arm came along and esked me If Tmnted to buy his feet I WaS negotiating with him ten the dragon on wraith I was riding sUpped out of iis skin and left De floating In mid air While I wu considering how I should get down a bull with two beads peered over the edge of Ue wall and mid Ie would haul rue up U I would first climb up and rig n windlass for him So mI I wpa slid ing down the mountainside the brakeman reme In and I asked timtbent- he train would reach my station We passed your statiau 40q years ago he said calmly folding the train up and sllpphg it Into his Test pock et At this juncture the clown bounded Into the ring and pulled the center poe out of the ground lifting the tent and all the people In It up while I stood on the earth among the clouds above Then I awoke and foutd I led boon asleep almost 10 mlnute6Good Health Clinic Lad Weds Woman Charles CroWnU ycca oldwecring knee trousers and Miss Minnie Corley 3o years old w1e married at afhd den dIse last week The boys per entaheoringcf the mamiageseparat d the couple within an Itoun and refused to allow him to return to his wife lie bride declares if they are not al lowed to live together she will kill her self Practical Young Men rrhe young man woo fa petted too much at home Is seldom any good What Is wanted nowndnrs is a pruc tical man who ron do something else besides awoke cigarottes and twist b cane The time to learn to work and to learn businets habits Is la ones youth He who heeds tu me of s butterfly until ho is twentyfive or thirty years of age and then orecog- IIizes thief act trot he hna made an ape of himself lies precious little to recommend ham stem ho applies for a job Tin may be n chtnnut but It tits not a few young men Iu ev aril city In the Union The boys on bOO fates are bitter oU tf they only knew It than thousands of the boys I who are at large wnndoriJg hither and thither fearching and looking for rich bonanzas to turn up There is nothing like being practical rind there Is but one May to be so Acquire business habits and train to do good honest hard lrourselt Dont waste your time learn tlea cravat You cane buy already tied ii1 t t r o HOWE sjGreat London 4 OWSIAT f BEAVER DAMr t ON Monday May 3rd r The Show this year is bigger and better and in a more commanding position than ever before to maintain their un unrivaled standing and rank and to amaze and delight their thousands of patrons MANY ENTIRELY NEW MID EXCLUSIVE FEATURES A few of the many features you will see MarionSheridan ndherTroupe of Performing Lions PROF DUCKLEYS HERD OF PERFORMING ELEPHANTS Including DvciiEss the Largest Elephant in the Worlda Rosedale the eautiful Ten Thousand Dollar keotucky Horse f Jake harnest Gorilla Huer Hxhibite in America poundshasful Arms are a wonder to behold A truly wonderful display of trained animals 400 people 250 Horses and Ponies 20 funny Clowns Prof Wheelers Military BandfThe Flower and Pick of Feature Performers from all na tions in a Program Extant startling struggles and ludicrous revelries carrying the spectators by storm and wildly ap plaudedby all CamelsLyons 1 PARADEt3tartinQfrom j 2 PERPORMANCES DAILY 2IAfternoon tit 2 oclock Night at S oclock I v 7 7 t iI i- 4 pARRISHS lIFE IN JAIL I Spiritually Advises a Fel tow Prisoner Asked If Curious Crowds Annoy ed Him He SaId Let Them See the Show Tho Hnvsv1l1o CbiiIo prints tte following story about the prison life of James IL PntuWh To a malt wto led such a mo of activity its did JMl1e9 H Parrish the present condition of confinement and semisoolusdon must be indeed a r y cIa of unbroken monotony Inteecsst In too moot ftJmous prner Hancock county has tmad In hahf a century Is uQDbnted and nearly any time a mOT bid bunch of people mostly from tho country can be observed about the cell WIndow Asked U this mawkish crowd of the curious onnoo1cd hIm 1r- Pa1I1sh appeared little embarrassed and only replied Let them see the showAide from rutding ono daddy anU other tmding matter the noted prisoners ttmo is oonsiderobly consumed is receiving reading and answering letters It Is doubtful Jrthere Is a prlsanee to the tate today whose mall da 00 heavy anti much ot his timf- Is consumed in keeping up with Otis cotlrponidcnce His letters alone we- one told will average a dozen or more a day but what their contents are- IS known alone to hdmseiI since JaILer PhUl1ps has no system olJ espionage find MT Parrish Is tree to rd hmkl write ns lie wills His lOttssrs are nIl answered by ihlmselt in person and hr does a greet deal of writing the DC- CSSIry mlltCl1fuJ1 being furnished by those near to him In the Jad1 a UJh Mr Parrkh occu pying the some con but II different bed is young d1lr Floyd Shunnate 0- governmclJJt prisoner brought hero by U S 111ku hal Ament oharged with bootlegging He is about 25 yarrsold was brought here from Sebree and ds time son of a widow HIs conflnemcnt- atOwcnsboro the moms of the federal Court was impossible on ncoount of smallpox In the Jail Young Shumate before the Incarceration of Mr Par rish indicated to the jailer toot rho desired splriutal advisement This was neglected for a time but now that he Is the constant QEEoclate of Mr Par rish he is being tnstrucied In spiritual matters by that gentloman and Is much interresCed and apparently converted to a degIee at duwt Rev Gront has held service for the two and was accmpmjed to the jail on Sunday by at least one or moro prom Inent citizens ot the town bar Par rlEh engages In prayer at i4ghtfal and Is In every way in good spirits being very roreful to give jailer P111- lips the lest possible trouble He eats the same diet that duos Shumato and has no complaint to mole rr1e only request that ho has ever made Is that his bIsCuits be ooolcerf nroro completely than t13 usual custom Jailer Phillips trays he never tad n Moro trocttble prisoner that Jeanes H Paradsh and he says ho believes ho could throw tnery door wide open MId tell him toeUck Pais ltcd out for Gods pure air and sunshine and he would never vonturo without the walls ot his prison cell In the meantime his wife bas taken charge of furnisbed rooms tt the HawesvlUe house by nvitatlom or Dr and Mrs Dates with wfrom the lam fly boarded during the trials but who have since moved to Louisville Rihese rooms are in less thnn a stones throW ot where her Iutisbandi remains con fined awaiting the action ot tie up pollute court She ds a very frequent visttor to his wpmriweot amdthmugh the lc1nooCS8 or Jailer PbdlJI1s Is ad mUted to see her husband almost daily romalnmg sometimes es much as two thuurs Mrs PnJtrleih attempted to get rooms ot tile jail but the jail ef could not spaao them Her Qen start nttendaneoon and devotion toter dIlsttnguls1ed prlsonerhiushlOO Is sublime end Is thc subject of very gene emI oooanmmt r For Sale Sev hundred acres of good farm Ing lands known as the J F Collins fArmddatJnce about two miles from Hartford on Ul Hartford and Beaver Dam pike Also residence property In Hart ford twostory dwelling c and a haltacre fotrrontnlg the new It IL 0 E depot site For prices and term apply to W H or BD ColUnsHart ford Ky 22tt I Doug Law No law eau be enforced that does not thave bulk or it the foil of pUb lbc opinion For some reason the dog taz ties always been tmpopulur end call dog tax laws lmavo been comParo l tvtwlpres Lest year was tcdret year otopciutJOnof the new dog Dtlcons1dorobleeverIwmreCtcy tdtnt t1 e numbr dogs given In by the ownare Is moo smnlCcr than iwt Wr end the SrerI Ills dry he deg tax Is paid with great dlroItlonstit the lbw will viriuAl1y be Q fuadI latter Some of the provlslcsm fasr Ialmost tmpoestble ot fulfliment- Tlao law makes It the duty Ot the officers 0 kill trio dogs on which the tax1enot paid How can be look bot- II dog and toll to wham it belongs and whether or ot the tax has been paid Y It a man discIalms tJhe ownership at- II dog how mn the net be e1bbl1 had Although the penalty tom net pay- Sag the dog tax Is a special one d quite larvy it Is seldom enforced an time whole thing shows siGns or decay Winchester Democrat Money In Bunches to A A Chisholm ot Treadwell N y now Ills reason le atoll treading For a long time I suffered from Indigestion torpid liver const patlon nervousness and general debility he writes I couldnisleep had no appetite nor amblUon gro- weaker every day In spite of all medl ail treatment Then I used Electric Bitters RTwelvo bottles restored all myoIdtime health and vigor No I can attend to business everyday Its a wonderful medicine Infallible- for Stomach Liver Kidney Bloo and Nerves 900 at all druggist m 0 THOSE DEVILISH SPRING HATS Rev Dr McArthur Says They are Unsightly and Look Like Gargoyles Tote movement n some or time dhww- as to remove women to at move their hns during the services Is reasonable The things women wear on their head now cmday are fa grotesque Cl8 to divert the attention of others from lime religious everelses They sire so big toot they obstruct the conglegutions view Or the pulpit They are grossly inappropriate to c house of woesltlp The spring hats In tact me that want examples of extravagant tttuncy gone mad Trey ere hideous In d e sign and monstrous III execution The aanpel the mole observer to tdgr for the very big mats of last fall fI11osa- seemed then evils scarcely endurable but fashion bas brought us other that wo know not or Theo vot4lko etfec mud invented baskets covered with artRUai lowers and plants thClt seem to hoe beer derived from the inferno have no bezuty It aU and whoa Rev lar McArthur Bays they make Uw wearers look like tnTgoios ono Infers that lie does not sue for gnrgoyaes- hy Gcuid decent comely gentle wotnen ilormit themselves to wet such things It Is never in saodi tate to- Hirers is the extreme or fcshlOl1 I St Pauls rmecrks cbout uncovorp- dfm beads In elmurch does not apply Jiodett Orkntui Women aiwuys- wore veils Fancy that outspoken apos tie looking down from c piatform on Go tea of such this zs the spring Or 1909 Is producing It seemed lett full that tlo milliners had dote tIll 1 mvoas- tTaye ntove shown taW tltJl ttiUi- rdevillth Ingenuity urJaStlls tfc in- aginstion or plain folks Its aTop Notch Door Great deeds compel regard The world crowns Its doers Thnts why the American people have crowned Dr Kings New Discovery the King of Throat and Lung remedies Every atom Is a health force It kdilsgernms and colds and la grippe vanish It heals cough cked membranes and coughing stops Sore inflamed bron chial tubes and lungs are cured and hemorrhages cease Dr Ceo More Black Jock N C writes It cured me ot lung trouble pronounced hopeless by nIl doctors 60c 100 Trial bot tle tree Guaranteed by all drug gist m Found Kettle of Money While digging a post tole In nn- aoondoned lot at Lexington Ky workmen dIscovered a iblnsQ kettle containing 8600 In gOld end silver shlch apparently had been burLed lor holt a century i6me lot OlouerIy belonged to J C DeWitt as aged pen stoner Who died wvern1 years age amt It is the supposition that he burled the money The lot was sold at com missicnlera miss a week n o for 116 Frightful Fate Averted I would have been a cripple lor- me from a terrible cut on my kneecap wrltos Frank Desberry KelUho- rMlnn without dluoklona Arnica Salvo which SOn cured mo Infallible for wounds cuts and bruises It soon cures Burns Scalds Old Sores bestfort r ANYONE CAN LIVEY I STREETh Towns Boast of Thorough fare of that Name Main Street Is Most Popular sad There are Many Broad ways in the Land Any woo can dive ore Easy streets U he wants to This Is not a coroolu- I sloe drawn from recd1ng the tariff Ibll Lor advertisomcsmts of GoldMefd aria lag comVM1 but liar absolute fleet Tmro cities In this country nantI Johnstown Pa have Easy streets A directory of nil Ute streets oe- uponIclpal cities in the Untd States iuts just been issued by the Dead Lotter dolrartrnentwsome tag Information 1I1eaTlpmwevery man Theres a ruch Place iw West twodone one Poor Fnnn load and one Pcor House Lane Three towns boast Uuboon streets and one a Rubber alley There Is a Champagne street seven Wine streets twO whiskey Hills several Drowey streets one lOt which Is located 4n- Cinolnnnlti and to offset these seven Coffee streets and one coffee alley Therls a Umberger street a- Sweltzer street a Pickle street a- Hem Street a Ham alley II Dee Hive streets a Holey street un Onion stataet II Honeys pat nm Onion a Fork street c Plate street a mIn Cup alley DlJi Oyster alley a Lemon street several Olive streets and enstreets a Pea aley t Salad Place II Turkey street and finally several Cranberry streets as well us a Cranberry avenue and a Cranberry alley a Pumkla lUll und a great numberof streets named after various fruits Spring SUIUIfllcr Fan and Winter are all represented There are soy oral 110 streets some Snow stnmets Flood streets and one Hot Hole Road avenuesystreets and places Tholo are also n Sunday street a Monday street and a- Fniduy street vetflues end one alley may be found In Use list also a Doctor ftr eet 1wYCT R wvMerdhunt let1t Tayiw street as wtyll as a Butcher alley and some Pa vl1 streets and a Deacon street as tm CB n llutdfer cilley and n Dutohe lane Pamodke Alley Is ropresented In eight towns and there Is one Paradise street one Paradise Pineo and fo Paradise avenues And UJCres also an Eden avenue and on Eden alley HogCJ1s alley Is aepluremmted In ore city and those arc two Hells Iiaf AcresITheres a Love Rood and nine 10I ers LanQi besides a Sweet streetrnti a Bitter street TheTcs ODe Brevity street SO Long streets antI 200 Sort streets ns well as a Rapid street t i Swift stmeot t Quick street a Work street a Quiet street and a Sly street here Is no Sorrow street but n grt t j number of Joy streets and one tiny w1Jey FalthHcI1o and Clarity fire also repre or ntedIMain street appears most frequnotiy It Is found In over 1000 titles Wa1 baton street follows n close reconllI Of the numbered streets Ninth and Tenth streets are more numerous than any others New York has the eSnly 162 street and is alone In tJoI laId up to 262nd street the h1g cit numbered street Living Skeleton Wanted Wcslm1rgton Apal 2STlle guv- eraanent of the Unit States is on the lookout for n living skeleton He Is needed for employment IOn a special refrigerating car that Is to bo put into service by the bureau orI plant Industry or the department of agriculture ills duty wUl be to crawl Into crocks and crevices and adjust the refrigerating machinery For this reoaan museum freaks are sought by the civil semIee cam miseton The 1r 114mU1t Mve 4n- te111genee towiever n addition to Co knack of orawHng Into loles and other small end tdppy pianos So far the commission lies sought the thin man hi vain Time place pays betweom 900 and 1200 a year CttOTdlng to the ability or the person Qhooon Rlhe car will traverse the country so that the Uv1ng skeleton mho gains the appointment will Lave en exCelleut summer outing and will be one of the most traveled men of Ms kind l kf Time nhl lon will be helL On IMoy 6and nltlloogh no mmseuiti ittaac- ttone have ns yet entored the contest It Is expected that there twill be ninny vacant chairs opt cet1tJht platforms Even = Unto the End Sometimes when mcs many burdens- Seem almost too heavy to boor When shadows gather thickly around us And we feel over WTougtJ with ttrcThen Us sweet to remember the promise or Jesus our SJvlour and friend Lo I lIm with you always Even unto the end Oftentimes Is the pathway dark and dreary And we are made to sigh and frown But the heavier the cross on earth The bldgMAer will be the crown The Saviors words are words ot comfort Hell never fall to befriend vill be with us In all dark hours Even unto Ute end When the way Is dark we should not lose courage nut put our shoulders to tie wheel And push beyond the darkest clouds lIe stn all our sorrows heal So then let us leave all care with Him And on HIs promise ever depeid ror He will be our burden bearer Even unto the end nut what will It matter by and by it there Is tolling here and strife Just so we gain a bone In Heaven And have our name In the book or- me May we bravely tight the imrdest battles A helping hand lIe will ever lend lie Is willing to sustains us Even unto the end A i1 F DARK OF THE MOAN CUTS NO ICE Superstition Probed and Found Wanting Says Agricultural Department This being tmo season for planting potatoes sad other things It will be Interest or farmers 8uburb1nj ltas and oters who Indulge pmcUces to know bat tore Is notUng- In time current sUllcrstItIon about plant lag potatoes In the dark of the mooa andsimilar pieces of farm lore wle i have ucen accepted CIS gospel true L from tie time laamomorial Dds Is te dictum Qr ti e Uarcrtment of ragPic- uhirevbWh t mcdo a serious study OI te moon Superstition and laid Ue Lvn myth at lat to Its own satisfaction says the Washington Star There Is usulllly a basis In fact for any superstition and bo moon superstition was so deeprooted tot experts ot the Department whilo goo lug up and down In the land made It their business to study the question hand Isce whother tee rolg t ue gem of trot Or at least souse season for tie general belief tmat to moods yhases have n affect on animal and vegetable me They have concluded alter patient investigation that hire moon myth Is one of b e com iparntlO few myt s that dates to pure savogery and has bckI not a scientific log to stand on Almcat every one even If to ws not Accred In te eoutttry ts read or the idea about planting potatocs- la I the dork or the moon Tne fie- wprkors of the Deparment Or Agriculture I ttlve found trtt at least 7ii- peT cent of the farmers or this enitght ened country put In theIr crops and do a gooo many otcr things about tAte farm governed absolutely by the moons phases Almost any farmer will tell you that If you plant ltltoesI- in the light of the moon they will run to tops This Is Sd to be true of tiny Toot crop and it Is planted no- cordtngly There Is one difficulty about this theory an that Is that It is not so The agricultural experiment stations I all over the country have been defy In thesuprestltion OryelTS and rols tag the sure rttion for years and snis was one way as when It was the otherIn the same way calving anti the dropping ot lambs and tools is popularly supposed to be governed by thee phases of tkhe moon Needless to remark this supperstltlon is on the same side of the Agrioultural Dpart meat ledger vs the potato theory Many fcasnersalso govern the weaning of Calves by the signs of the zodiac They Will tell you In aU seriousness that it a colt Is wel1ied w en the sign is fn the ahead it will bellow far Its mother On the other hand it It Is weaned when the sign is do the feet It will run after ItS mother but will not bellow S 129 YEARS I lur Of Honest Business Reputation = is Back of Every bJt MONUMENT SOLD BY U8- GEO bt bit MISCHEL SONS E PROPRIETOR8= OP Owesnboro Monumental Works fi 412414 BMaIIiSt Yards 214216218 Clay St bit OWENSBORO KENTUCKY bit Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You4 Money on All Good Honest Work + HI ++++++++ +i+3 ++++It++ I + +1 +t +Iir iTHE KENTUCKY I I Light and Power Co ii INCORPORATED OSIwwv WIRK YOUR Mol8R RT t IOR+ iBE WITHOUT THEM WHEN INiI REACH II E 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relisbleandmuneysenttousisaaaafeasina banker If you order a pair of these tires you will find that they will ride eater run wear better last longer look liner Ulan any tire you have ever used or seen at any price We know that you will Le ao well pleased that when you want a bicycle you will she us your order We want you to scud us a trial order at once hence this remarkable tire alTer dont buy any kind at any price until you send for II pair of IF YOU NEED TIRES lledgelhorn unclurclroof tires on approval and trial at the speclnllntroduclory price quoted above or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which describu alld make or tires atebo thalf theusaat priCC- sDO WAITbut write usa postal today un NOT TUlINK UI IIUYING a bicycle NOT pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wonderful oIers we IIrc making 1t only CoilS a pestill to learn eycrytil Write It SOW J La MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald THE REPUBLICAN and COurierJournal THE REPTBLICAN and tt Louis GlobeDemocrat TILE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek0wensboro Inquirer THE REPuBLIcAand Louisville Daily Herald THE 1tEPUBLICAIV and Dally vwensooro inquirer THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Oboro Messenger TILE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer THE RliPU ILICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine TILE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly EHgtlirer X1351b0 1f5 125 175 325 325 175 175 135 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN I r Y L I y 1 Yd 1 I FARMERS WIVES TELL WHAT ThEY KNOWABGU1 pERUNA jJf Indigestion and Nervousness bfrs Lenora Dodenhamer n F D1- l3ox t6 I rnorlIo North Carolina writes the following letter to The Peruna Drug Manufacturing Com parry I suffered with stomach trouble and indlgestion for cane time and nothing that I ate agreed with me I was very nervous and experienced a continual feeling of uneasiness and tear I took medicluo from the doctor but It did me no good I found in one of your Peruna books n deicrlpUon of my symptoms I then wrote to Dr hart- man for advice lIe Raid I had catarrh of tile stomach Iloole Peruna and ManaUn and fol lowed his directions nllli can now say that I feel all well all lover did I hope that nil who are afilieted with the same symptoms will take PlJruna- as It has certainly cured me Hartford Republican lntered neeortling to law nt the Iootornc- eIInrtord Ky ox mull rnntter of the second class C M BARNETT EDITOR 1710113Cum crln 9 0- RQUCh 21r FRIDAY AllUL 30 Tho suggestion to tex incotnus Js of treetrade ordgion- 1tr rattJn lias r9l1dealCit su JX- IOI1l1lvo thing to uk your Mond to break brntd with you Thou artford Uornixl tUll dec11iwi or Is unable to furrtllrh QIY names of prnminont ltopublktae Lo Ie bort lug the county ticket The onemiosGo lilsohcs made In pardoning Taylor and others uau not the lllnd wlo would swim a rivur of blood for lrlm anyway So Jut Qllm not bo cast down Tho Kentucky lSBoc1aUoa wttfoh meets at t1i1 Springs dais ycnr sinS promloo of orlon than usu ul lnttwt lIS It is the purpose of thV program committee to QTOnge for Ii- d1scwslon of some Jive topics of in terest to all the people of Ittntucky There nodanger ilteV6r of the defect of any member tar tlb RUllub- Jlean county ticket TGtds is cumctdtd by men of all phiatfes who are iUm1llar with political xmddtions In ttau county at thIs time Tae llUr1Y1iB ntiver more united Md hurrnontous and no ticket bas ever Lisa nomiuutedr In the 2ilstory ot the party wtniuh was stronger before tie people or ooml with clover title to he various nonrl nations The newspaper friends Governor Willson in Louisvliie wiio were fi- OrwdYto pat trim on the back when they thought rbo was eJilltlg tbe to otrust are now most Llbtibive of h4m because ot his recent pardons We feel Uke wdng to tJhe Govvnnor The frdenda thou hWt aid by- atlOption tried gmppleto tdry- liruist with hoops of steal but do not dull thy palm WIth acli new 1 atchtd uptrled comrade THE PARDON OF TAYLOR ET At Among the two million citizens of Kentucky there will be few who will J JntIi 1 V v S V+ stt Now Perfectly ealthy Mrs Magdalena t Winkler Route 6 WestmInster Md writes I thank you Tery h 4 much for your ad vice I can safely s say that Pemna and r s Manalln have saved yea my life When I wrote tot you the first time asking your advice xmy condition was so poor that r did not expect to live through the winter but now I am perfectly healthy I cannot praise your medicine enough and I recommend it to others Catarrh of Stomach Mrll Mary Allen Route G Franklin Tenn writes I am glad to bo able to tell you that I am well of catarrh of the stomach for which I am sincerely thankful to you for your advice If it had not been for Poruna I would never have been well I had three physicians Ono of them told my husband that he could not cure me I had been sick about nine months when a friend asked me to try Peruna to gratify her so I commenced taking lt I can eat and walk and work Everybody says l look as well as I ever did Oh you dont know how thankful I do feel to you I have got several other people to take Peruna I praiso it to everybody ins+ arty tondtmrn Gov 1ViHton far exoroising execut4vo ciein xy In tae remaining Goebclll1urder 1lIes WIi y not nct good could come to bite State by keeping these WIiCS iOn ttt docket far years to rome Gov Htll ley survod four years In Intllaija antl no elicit was made by Uke Kerrturky eu ttOrltllti to live Fdnfeyund TayKe returned Gov WilIum has served eIgh teen montls and no offort 1tt1t Wan made on tau part of Attorcdy FnIInJ1Ji to have them but back for tit ii although Guy Willson bad reltoatetl y said be would sign n requtsitfon rrte truth Is lunklln did not want than brou1t beck At least out w+clleI there Is a RepubHtwn Governor Ill Kentucky to appoint tine trdrsl Jude Beridtct Jnmklin wim has 110 quunI Wtdoo far t is job exugrt n hue 1poo eJlo to keQl1 III oftke by 1111I lug uhtlle rnees ale Ida btstlxditdcei un- art fhy should he went to cat audit L good nitre or lrolitcol buuvoiib mhIIsurve the whole Stole bruloU e aI sigh or reikf toot the whole thing ty ended knowlllC that n hires uoment slncerolno mat ter what the result or a ta1n1nd boon Besides no one beifeves not a cans aIpartInnnbnroghti UlIstantying the fact twat tlbce csI never bveuenough evidonce against ogIsenourtlI delrecords Notice f 110 Ealurday Mt y 8Ul ctl oClock at the forks of the mad near G C Iklize nnn two mfiti south of Horse BmndhI mill receive At fur the erection ol a school house iw sub dfjtrlct No G educational tlivit4cm No1 4 Pile bids to be tbnsldetrcd by the County Board or Education ot h arrt- fp1sdr May 10th Ifhe louse is to be 21x310 anrd put up out or good mate MinusI4- J v flf Peruna Is Used In the Farm ers Home for all Sorts of Catarrhal Ailments for ChIldrens Colds Mrs Benry Martin La Motte Ia R RNolwriteaMrsHenry ing for some T time with sore eyes I was advised by- a friend to try Perona which I did It once The first bottle relllTed me and after using roar tattles Iwas entirely cured I do recommend Peruna to all who are afflicted with catarrh 1 have found It to ho a great remedy also for coughs and colds of children a dose at bedtime will relieve them from coughing all night I alwlyskeep it on I hand and recommend it Catarrh for Seven Years Mrs T Freclr R R No 1 Hickory Point Tenn writes I am happy to tell you that I am cured of catarrh I have followed your goal and kind advice faithfully I bless the day when I wrote you of my condition and I will always praise Peruna I think it Is ono of the grandest medicines on earth Having been ailfcted with catarrh and stomach trouble for seven years and after having tried four different doctors they only relieved me for a little while I gave up all hope of being cured I only weighed one hundred and thirty pounds and was so weak I could lllrdly get around the room I Was Induced to try Peruna and to my great urpr o lam now entirely well My weight Is now one hundred and eightyeight pounds my hea1t never was better In my Ute I shall always praise Dr Il11rlll1an and his remedies OLATON Rev W R Oldhnm Ja of Rough proadfied at the Baptist church Satur Ik y and Sunduy and I1cr Qu blEl- HLntf preucJted Sautnltl WId Sunday nlght- Mr erd Alts Stlllll 4t Owonsbty- rouorotieguestsof atiiativea ntysr Yea rtrrn frcau Wednesday until Tuesday girt Howard Foal und daughter M3ggte spelt Saturskty with Mos 3f lIaliLlr 0JQhtdstinnwho recentlycios edh is singing school nt Onton bogon a school nt Fuirviow twit Curly Mr A A Daniel oo L family of Ule SAlem nogbbor11oo were tlto guests or If G Daniel and ftttnily iat Sunday Mrrl W May Lui1Xhkrld wits du- Olaton WedllWJIJy- I06Era John Petty ud SlC byFm1 of Fotdsvil e shipjttl u load of stack frxnu tere Wonwd9y- Messrs Gtrarge CtiU1l1CS I1K1 George Taylor RodlJe wore hero on business Wednesday C Irs Joe Dlnwiddlo and frleml Miss Oampbell Oneldy Tonn ardvedrllliur day to be Ube guoetts of Mm DiJ1wjd dies parents Mr ccd Mts W V TunstnD Tare Satter doe been sot faring from goitre for several weeks Air and Mis Jelen Allen were the guests or Mil Allens cousin Mm Cicero Moxiey Sunduy firs MOXJley who wits n duugtatcr or Mr G W Al len Is quite ill of oamtunptiom- Mm Olt Wlitnn Fromlew dined with Mr and oih13 hoc T Datttol sun- day Miles Stella Daniel Mr aril Mrs J F Allen Mr Henry Ncbors wife and three dtuldten were the gudcts of Mr end Mrs Henry Owns In the country Sunday Ilr Grit Hall spent Saturday anti Sunduy with his brother MriJoanlS HWl near Payton suhool hewer C1dss Marie Dougot1 White Oukt tea Sunday whir Misses tMbniobelki add Edna McDanielrQlaton was vl1t1tedIby c wjtn hail and wind skin Tuesday evening FOHDSYILLE Apr11 28Mr Joe Roberts has been seriotiely 111 but is Hlowiy seooverdng- iMr J J Tilforu is Improving slaw by Mt Tilfovd wont out In ton a few days ago but wan forced bo tnkle life bad again Mr Alvin Marlow Ia some better Mr Maldow hns boos acik Ger about- ten weeks Z Gtvthiorn and Garnet YotmgtCr wpjs The Tnnnere Wife Who is In a hotter position to know than the farmers wife herself what flroblemsand she learns by valuable experience what is best and what is not boat lu numberless farm homes Perunlis relied upon as the family medicine Poruna books are consulted in health and disease Peruna is used as a proven the as well as a corrective In disease The wives or the farmers of the United States constitute a solid phalanx in favor of leruna Against this testimony the slanders of I tow critics will not prevail One sensible mistress of a farm home who has used Peruna knows more about Peruna than all the magazine critics in the world peruna In tier tome of two children Mrs Anna Lindor Rn No 5 DasII owe Jt all to Peruna I Would not selMeeker CoMlnn writes For two ho w1lh =ut that great tonIc for ten tlmN years I suffered with that terriblo disits cost for I am well and strong now case chronic catarrh and cannot speak In too high terms of Fortunately I saw your advertise its value as a medicine ment in my paper and I spoke tomysis In aletier dated Juno 12 1906 Mrs Lin tor about your medicine Sho Wrote to derwrlle Icannot oxpreS8 mythanltl mlodljIthen of 3rrs Kate Ycurg euuli tfwu lnd a rllgi t attack ot pneUmaclr but are improving 3tiexr Sadie Haiti is vltttirg rlIJkiLi anti reatives tore Dr Cheec DeWeese Hare Dcnnoh made hIs motnb n rhort Vint tl15 weekSties Flora Tilford went to lbultNljl she 1 111n g tbls week ProfO L Shultz tent Saturday In Oweisboro ilex Lee Montgcrnory null daughter Catierlue speltt LltJDday with Dr nw Mrs McCarty Owegsborn- Loarry x11 of the childrecibore Gave uibaoping cough Mr Bob DmnsfOld is vlsltlrg Ltr motor Sits Dot Jonnon Mss Coda Fuqua visited rtLativc at WhitesvlUe lctst week One of the neg os cut on the new raihond was tCcrciy wnundetl Tuesday TwO of thu negrces quarreled one aimed to strike the uber wlith n crow bar but missed him boo struck tbo one DeIl by Dr DnIDhl11 wtnssuru moned and found tJoct ills mess fns broken his jaw split end tioe pakate- of hIs mouth inlurded His mrounkly are reported very serious Mr Perry Cooper Js building n now addition to his house A i LIBERTY CHURCH I April 23Sunlduy school is grrogres sang nicely at thIS plaice 3Ir lHarooo Taylor Supt and afr Cltifton Stevens Secretary I A large erand went from Suadny- 6ohool to Hickory ctttsih to meeting Mr Blaine Weshdleld and Mire Iva mayor Mr Hurymumnier and Mhs Lucile Taylor M r Clifton Stetens were tine IUdts of difet4 Mattio Porter Sun diy afternoon i Mr Riclurd Davis atd kcanily vlMt eel Dlr J1Vaylor SUnday j Mr Elof Leach is impyov iig Hide ly Mrs Lbe Tuyforand ch1Mreul skied Mr and Mrs Bab UteS I air Bod airs Gilbert Taylor Font to Hickory Sunday i 14 and Mstx Hoene Taylor end ttanter Gthn utlt took a dtdveout- to l1nITayl Sunday eedng They mill Ire tohoOt Sunday mamaalrr- gat 10 ocook and prron1J1Jg rut 11- ioolobk Moping a mIge eroR d 14 mid Dina llhamson Blank rod Mr and Mrs Elvis Stevens visited Mr hSundaya SMAlLHOUS April 2GRev A F Garden of- Ruseellvible filled rbts seguler appointment ct Smalulrous l3nptlst cllutuh Sat turday and Sunday BCIIll1 Pennons- wore firm There were two ndiditloDB to the tfvurch Saturony On the fourth SUn nyln Mty Rm Gordm wm- ptteadh cu Qanmunlun stit i tdgbt will be obrrved on that y and Ire wit alto baptize two or more eandlda tC5 on Sunday Mrs Itay AdBngtan and tdlss Oma- l1IWdox spent wt Tuer t y nlgbt nt- Rockfpctt at tho death bed or Mr lloul1XAn Randolph who vas t1 cousin by mtmwgo to Miss Gmt Mr Erskine FuiLVrton went to HlWtfoId ood retumoo Wodnesdtiy air Prices Brined near louvre Dam spent Wednesday night wills Mr S T Hunter and family tllCee Megglo hunter llas retumud from Co two weeks visit to her sister Mrs P L Wood Coraft- olIr Owen Robertson Krunzas City Is here on e visit to friendsb rcla- tlves after tin whence or about eight years Iessts Jumos bonjctt wmWJ Ox John lIcrton and Ed Hunter wcot to Contertown last Wednesday 1 Ir and Mrs OW Overhults went IleaJayIanti Erskine- Fulkerson weut to Oet Itown rflhurtr day sfesdames Ndn K1uubley unti Murry- Fulkouion wore the guests oi 31TsErnte Bullock TLurtidaY night jlcOOlS Jeue Kirtley anti Al0nz8 nlgrllIDe IiOmn Maudor went to Souur- Oa rnNton Friday I Mr and Mrs OWen Hunter Hartford spent Saturday n bt nnd Sunday the I 1IrreSetiltiI dir 3 101 Titndrum alb hmily Jtpck pout spent Saturdny ndg t amid Sutiday- iwth f deudst and robs tives lean bore I Nits Jose Boone of lluhtelliburg I county was the guest of Mrs Eo3Une r Boone Saturday I11t1r Will Wdthanw con and kLugh- I tel and Mm Fannie UnHock nod EOI were the guests d relatives nt Cent ul City Saturday eribht cant undayI I MANDA r April 28I thOi1fJht t obablyra tow litres from thfiUWeb1ty fu1 bfbe ot Interest to your many estelt IMiInId ii iIII d Id II ti Is not behind tiny other place inn the wool of business WeJiavoa good market here for our produce We get soy enrteen rents or eggs sand wlllu utfl Saturday next and we hope longer Ohlckens are a good pdee We tnd e wedding krt Sunday and fIt- bwt is not ell yet Oheie are others to foLlow 3ir H C LeucIh Who Is on the sick list isno belte- rilr Cufvln Wilson Olaton Is In town totiny on busineets- Mr J F Beck bins returned tram Hartford having uccenpanet his wifo and daughter there 1Ir Seth Davis was In town this morning also Mr Clevely Ruins The two sirs Raffertys and MISS Cloe Raterty were J1J town yeeaterday- Mr A G Crowder and faintly of Horton are visiting Mr H C Leachs family this week SALEM April SHeulth is good ill tubs community Mr and Mrs Pate BuslHUl1 and fam Ily visited his parents Mr and Mrs JlIssvisiting her sIster returned to her home near Hartford Sunday Mr J Haley is visiting his broth or Mr J W Raley Mr and Mrs J H Jamison and ram l1y of Livermore Ky have moved In this neighborhood Mrs Ola Wilson visited Mr and Mrs J T Daniel of Olaton Sunday sister1l1rs and Mrs J Q 4iNoticemho undersigned eornnhIttee for Olio county will receivee sealed bids at the Rockort Deposit Bank leave of J E Maddox up to biny 16th 1909 l2 oclock P m for work throwh g atla levee on the Harttordand flock port rood noortoliiId tncluJAng hoI- lPJIroeoh to the wls creek bridge There will be about 2000 cubic yards The suocoesful party or parties will tfa1tJhfulrule right fe reserved to reject any r or aU bidsiAny one deetclag any further Information fugrdlng SliOOUicaUoneiVill call on or addrce J L DroWn or r JE Maddox bhalrntanIlockport 4 Kentucky bbgt40t2 t Y I I 11 SPRING CLEANINGI t Jt Vi Jf We give the ladies a special invitation to call and inspect the strongest line of Mattings Carpets Rugs Druggets Floor Oilcloth Lace Curtains Window 1 Shades Curtain Poles Linoleums Dra peries Door Panels Etc ever brought to Hartford We are headquarters for yourhomeprices The goods will please you B GaFAIR DEALE Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL 30 Ulnols Central Railroad Tlme Table At Beaver Dam Ky 1 North Bound Hunh1Jonnd No 132 due 405 am No 121 du nM e m Nol luBI232p in No 101 due 24S pm NolCJilneSMS p m NolA1doen62pm Drugs That Prove Effective J Are the kind you want when you need drugs You want them fresh and pure so that they will do Just wtet they are prescribed to do TUuls Is the kind wo handle and wo know exactly liow to fol tow the doctors directions In fill ing a precacilpUon Jr Weve got a full ned fresh stool J of overytttng usucflly kept In a firstclass drug store Atid bur prices on everything ore right down to tlho lowest Try us cad Gee tHARTFORD DRUG CO fIncorporated Get your Screen Wire from James i Lyons We are paying 45c for Eggs JASfBg LYONS t w Ice Cneaml so good at catyltostau i if lii rom fff New and pretty MHUaery atEaraara iOosI Get your Mate dnd Luncbs1atMltY Restaurant Y- offtl City ucstaurunt8 Steak and Oafitee- caixitI r be boats qm a+ 1 Nice hF11SI1 coataajiUy on toad at City Restaurant i For6peokil bar adnti In Sewing iflo f CtinestaII bn G Vntian- sti ttlAt4o eys J 1 Wlisoa ankh B E Starmewnan are in Rodueeter otx I 1 wlegel fnese Leaveyour Laundry at my Grocery hr1ti kWOk guarantee Ploweye lyenr j + j Agent orMJadl8pnvlll Icaaad d Laundry Co Incorporated It+ If you what flour tee U S Carson who can save you money 38tf It pays to ure HandHmade Shades sizoIusual Once a customer ofways a customer I For cill lairds of Sewlcg Mac nine Supplies Oil c call on Gross Wil liams Where Is the Button At Barnard Cos hey iniako cay tize cut or your scraps Judge J S Glenn returned iMpnday from Louisville where fro had been on legal buslnss Barrcird Co hove eomo special price displays cut this week only Dont miss linen- Afrs1bortws N Watkins of Owens boro halted her motlJor Mrs DE TTaomas this week T1JntSprtng Suit If bought from Bannaid Co will bo strictly mew style and with fit The WOW Meeting cranounood In thC5l columns fur DlUy 5 IwlH bo held May 3 Instead Mrs Meek Jofenson of Bowling Green will csirlvp today tJobe the guest of ling S J WediiMng Dr T D Reenf row bas bean appoint ed and commissioned ns Police Judge by Governor mon for ore olty oC McHeary Mr R W Klce tins Just oomplatod his nice cnttegeon Clay Street and will occupy same tcte week Mir Men shaw ted charge of the construction worlcYou could not plck a better time of the year to eft your pictures made ark you cannot get better pictures any where thaayou cangetat Schroetora Studio Better como at pnce Up stairs over hoRepubllcaA Office Mr W plflfobre who its connooteid with tho d1Inotlon11 Itasr1f1LouIs vllle Kr and wife ylsTteB tub fyr mt s tetl btrttinidiVI W H Moore Saturday antt Sunday Mrs J Mbore wltfneitnaln far a protracted visit The revival wfotoh tea been ttn ipro gores for the past four weeks at the Bapttet dhurch etiU continued With un abated interest gaud munch good la Iber Ing eocompMfibed for itlh ohuroh crud town Tlhe aameGt eftorta bf Rev Rtekard havBitfeMksource of Insplra tion to tjiB Chtle an people end Ms wprkjbfs beeg1y rowjied vWith great SUCCeSfI a v a I me taro paying 15 cents per dozen- for Eggs SCHROADER CO tI Attorney M L UooV1in is dn Norman Oklahoma to represent Ohio county In the taking of depositions In the Dr Bodrd suit Mrs William Mhy and ohlldron Utoton Inidi are the guests of Mrs Mbyte ttotlier Mrs Evallno Davis near SuM ydale I Mr J W OBai nGiivlio tes been at Nashville roam for tie past two months taking a course in telephony arrived tome Wednesday J nuke your Eggs Chickens Butte and all kinds of good Country Pro duco to Schroadcr OQ and let the highest market prices for It We are offering to our regular customers and also to those who ate pay ing fabulous prices to some otcr grocery some special prices on fresh Groceries these days If not coriven lent to coil start right in by tele phoning us your order It will have our prompt attention SCHROADER CO Mr William Woodvraird ECO of Esq C L Woodward Beaver Dora dues accepted a position with a railroad con struction company ns Civil Engineer and left last week for to Jemorlo Brazil where lie will ibe engaged for the next twelve months The position pays one hundred dollars per month and all expenses Mr Xorvll Brown McIIenry caned to see us While bee Tuesday Mir Drown has Just Installed a concrete post machine ct McHcniy and is pikj pared to furnish ell kinds of concrete fence read gate posts He will also shortly put In a complete raacMn for the manufacture of oororete blocks for building purposes I The meeting advertised nt Mt Pleasant under the namo of Cromwell Mag I isterial District meeting will In real ity be tho Rosine Magisterial meet lug owing to tho county being redis tricted So every Sunday School III i Rosine Horse Branch Select nnd Ar nold voting precincts should be rep resented Tell everybody Elder H C Ford of the Christian alOlmnwntI Rhoads and daughter Miss Xoca arid Miss Elonor Petty They Xoro im meryed by Elder FWd in Rouglh rler Monday morning at 830 oclock AVe acknowledge an Invitation to attend the commencciment exeicles of toe Louisville College of Dentistry sent us by our young friend Horace J Bell of tills county who graduates next Thursday Nay Ctfc with toiglh honors The inrltattlon wbtob includes the class program is a tiling of ar tistic beauty Dr Well win locate i in Haitloid for the practice of bin profession Little Ruth daughter of Mr nnd Mrs C C Mimes died lit hur home two miles West of Hartford last Sat urday morning at 2 oclock after a lingering Illness of pneumonia Af ter funeral services conducted by Rov Robert Lewis her remains were Interred in the Central Grove bury ing grounds Sunday at 11 oclock a m in the presence of a largo circle of friends and relativesIA three Qulsenberry a farmer living near Dundee was fatally burned Monday afternoon dying early Wednesday morning The little one with nn olhec child about six years old took some matches out in the yard and in some way the babys clothes were sot on fire and before help could reach it was burned fatally Mrs Quls enberry who had given birth to a child three days before left her bed to attend the unfortunate child nnd as a result Is in a serious doniiitlon Among other lmprovearents wflilch tid j Republican Office has been making of drun11cylinderWo tope to have the pros Installed and to be able to print our next Issue on It We say goodbye to the old Country Campbell whtah kris done corltheculatipn and the demands of the tiles for quick work In every line requires that we too should tdep pace with those aronkl us Hereafter the Republican will be printod at the rate of fifteen hundred an how InstW1ot eight hundred and forty which has been the highest wo were able to make qn our prey With eurtncr iced feel Wee we hope to be able to give our patrons still better service 2Inito keep our publication abreast of the times in efl respects to the taut that we ma serve our town county and state as well cs Increase tho earning capacity of tire office We Lope to tie Blear future to be able to odd ttm anothtc Improvement to our piper For Sale Pure Barred Plymouth Rocfc Eggs 15 for 100 Mrs John W Sariderfur Hartford R Fp No 3 Telepiono through Hartford exccange r J t1 GROVEkAPril Ms regular appointment at tills place Sun- ray r and Mrs Clyde Magan visltdo to parents Mr and Mrs J w Daniel nighto and Miss Lizzie Gorman Mr Orville Lloyd and Miss Estey Daniel wero the guests ot Mrs Mary Sjuitz Sunday v- j Mr and Mrs Mack Daniel and daU drcn visited her parents Mr scud airs J W Thomas Sautrday nit and Sucdcy ForIT was guest r Forma Sunday Mr and Mrs Cum Park visited her parents Mr and Mrs J H Thom as Monday Mr Dennis Bakar of Ifenrln Ind Visited ale sister Mm Mary Sliulft Stui4 y night JIJiis Amanda Park tea moved to her cluugbter M11 Aitfcur Wilson at Dundee Thanks for Jewel Case Editor Hartford Roi ubliaan Door SlrI received any Jewol Case unite 23rd and am wen plowed at Is a beauty If you liavo anything any nice send It this way Yours truly IRENE MORTON DAVIS 0 ntertovn Ky Sunday School Rally MI day Meeting Ou Sunday June Oth the Hartford Beda and Hickory Sunday Schools will meet nt the Hartford Cumber land Presbyterian church at 930 a m and spend the day The meeting will be opened at 930 sharp and all are urged to he present at the opening exercises A recess of 15 minutes will be given at 1045 oclock Preaching at 11 oclock At noon the basket dinners prepared by the good women of these three commun ities will be spread In the shado of the College yard At 1 oclock p in the platform exercises will begin and continuo until the meeting closes at 4 oclock The prOI ram will ho fully arranged and published later We extend to all a cordial welcome REV T C WILSON S H ELMS PEARL TAVEDDELL- DR SMITH Committee on Arrangements May Breakfast I Tie May broaWafct for the benefit of tie new Methodist dhurcJh will he given Saturday morning May lit at the Bazar rooms Ontho first day of May In ajvery unusual way We extend an Invitation To every denomination To a biwxkfcst well prepare With utmost pain and care Twill be served from ifx to nine Just suit your usual time At the linglrg of the boll You may know lust all is well Uvlow we give tie Wil of faro- Of food wholesome rich and mre- Twentyflue cents wlK cover all Youll buy your tickets In the hall lf MENU Oatmeal and Ciaara Beefsteak Potetc s Ham Eggs Hot Itolr Coffee SrrullIIltav VlLLIAMSftINES C W lye closed fcis meet Ing hero Sunday It continued for four weeks and mrny toule were SQ- VjcdS ovecl united with the cuuK He married one couple in tho orucu dining the meeting Notice Preston Morton Post Editors Republican please allow OUIPost meeting on Saturday May 1st Also to Invite the attention of tho comrades throughout the county to cur rally meeting at the court house in Hartford at one p m on May 4th It is to be hoped that we will have a theseImcctlngsraiigements for Memorial Services- A W MILLS Com By R A ANDERSON Adjt OOI28llr BM Ooy mot with IApril accident wuiHri working on last week Tlwy were trying to remove a large rock when beg this land caught severing a foroting er at the first Joint Rev F D Baughn filled Ms ap pointment at Concord Saturday adu Sunday Ttere was a largo crowd out Sunday Haley Belle little daughter of JrrAUen near Concord is on the sick list at this writing EMil Allen Is also on the sick list Mr Claude Gray And family of West Hartford visited the familyo I J A Snell from Friday until Sun nytMr Join P Jackson Narrowswas In oUrrotdstSrIqrlIf and family and Miss I Clara Patton near Horton at tondcdpliurchat Concord Sunday w Perpetual r I- Ii 4 Ignorance I Definition Being satisfied with I your opinions and content with your SI knowledge 111 1 ystantlyedge andservIce to you I 1 WllNJDXUW AID31 1 Men are already learning that I best Clothing and are be with us The time is ripe for the This departmentt is are learning that it pays to use hand made We use the best cloth i 11 iradded vantages to you the Pants to found Shades J rj r Get wiseI Depend on Barnard Co HARTFORD KY k v I CII II JJust As I You Say j When you buy the Boys Suit its just a matter of money and else Ifwhat you wantnothing you will give us 2 you can have as tough a suit as ever was made If you will give us 3 you can i have the same cloth treated better I better lining buttons andmak ing but no more durable Give us more and well go further into fineness of cloth and maklngW 400 500 600 Nothing gets these things but money but it takes less of it here than at most stores We treat your boy like a little man but dont sell him clothes that lookas if they were his fathers shrunken garments Our boys clothes are same in style and quality as mens El Visit us for your Clothing needs CARSON CO INCORPORATED LEADERS IN CLOTHING KyLu J ota 1 a I f i 1 f n V 1 i i ji 1 i t Seconds to Draw from Men J of Palestine RAINSI cs can Extend tin Almost betrcwn lit end or a hook Mt CarmeL 12 line of far T of the Nazareth Jerusalem is east It 13 River enters Dead Sea opposite River bok almost opposite Jit Cerizlm River Klshon follows Wook at Ml Carmel 14 Damascus capital of of corner of frame Phoenicia on coast PJilKutia end cs its east of fluid Ammon below the Gilead Baahan 15 An at northeast corner points to Assyria one to Egypt the rival the Hebrew constantly mixing REMARKABLE FEATSOF Cases of Men Who Never For got They Ever Heard The average does not two more than 3000 words in wrIting clad speaking and writers sup ply seldom exceeds 5000 yet Victor Hugo coniniwded 8000 at will Curvler the Fivinch naturalist and Louie Ag otslz the promp ly give names according to estimates of over 0000 animals in ad to tile ordinary words they know Dr AID to botanist of Harvard knew plants by name and at sight and the date Dr Joseph LeidY for many years Iresldont On of Natural Solornxra of IiiW ndelpbla tool able to ute will words tWs vocabulary embracing wfcet fce know of four Janguegn including English nietHolno geography geology and a sohnnce to fcvytlor with a number of tecu Meal words- i JWe Investigate and eomixjie eel ta4n feats of memory we are tempted to believe what alas often boon avenrcd that tuhile memory may be as Dr son puts lttte prlrnety and tuwkurncn tal power without wfclcb bo no intellectual operation yet it not belong to the men tal proceeees Is a faculty a function of the mind and may be adnonnally develcixxl a teadn wfrfefl gives no imdlcatlon of strength The famous Autonlo of Florencxs knew at sight every book In Ills great collection und it Is u1Jhll related a gentleman to test his memory lent a manuscriirt and after its return pretended It I11S whereupon MagMabectl repeat ed Its entire A modern in ttanoe In kind is teat of Jlr SpoCford for so many years tie LlbTctjcc of Congrefs whose farailUiidty with the contents of the greet Library is startling Yet we itou site keep in the nwgro boy William Ash who employed la a Nv York bookEtore It was claimed for that having up among the books there te could Indicate the place of every voiunre In UhougTa the coeslflcatten ts coraplotttil and the numbered byl toe thousand Leibnitz by ibert the Duke of Senmonetn could ccclte pf Dante Divine Om y lic DrV pubdOcumentDagucsan once startled Boikcu by y+ 1 Draw a irtime twice ns big as it is wide As large you reach 2 Divide ctich side into four pasta 44 miles each top parts of course 22 miles 3 From nut point on left side Gaze draw const lInn to second on tqp Sldon making a jog oposlte point three for Jit Carmol 4 Under the third point and opposite Jltt Canmol stake the pearJ5cped Sro of Galilee 5 this draw the wrig gling Jordan to the Dead Sea which begins halfway and extends halfway below line one 6 tie Jordan upwcrtl through Lake JItram aifc Hermon in rlgdt comer instead of straight up to Jit Lebanon 7 Nazareth is on lire or oslto the lower end of Sea of 8 Jerusalem Is alto on line two opposite the upper end of the Dead Seat Mt Plsgah ds at Uhf tight corner of the Deed Sea 10 at the center of your map is Mt Gerlzlm and the city of Samaria Is just balf way between Nazareth and Je rusalem llltle to the loft 11 Mt Gtobna is way Gerlzlm the Sea Galilee and makes fish to Hebrom Is on the 1zaeJroctly nos t sine as the Dead Sro of The Arnon the Hebron Jab and 1fit11 Syria Is 15 miles east upper Is west including Tyre and Skiers at lower with Gaza center Edon on the south the Sea Jabbok betweten that and tfco Sta of Galilee above that arrow tho at south west corner points worldpowers in whose Intrigues kings were Anything person the professional Swiss zoologist could the careful ditdon Gray groat 8000 of Academy at 25000 general Icage Joh here could other does JUsTier rather than In otfcw iSIngHabecM that him lost contents mind wcs him grown Eitotre books knew the Aetttld t iFe ie easily point From above to the Galilee upper half Moab reciting a satire read to him for the first time But surer gifts pre not alone the properly of the leaimwd If Rov William Cullen Hicks bi revivalist well known in Kentuckydoeerarr Ing eke to perpotuato blsnuone Ije maybe rescued from oblivion by his extraordinary memory wfoicli the thus exorcised with Holy Writ These who have hoard ihlm claim tart exceirtisg I the Palms he ron recite the Bible vet batlm beginning at any preuge in unychcptOT Dr Adtsm Clark tied dlten boyhood a memory so aeterrtive Wiiat after listening to a sermon for an hour too could not only lepeat it word for word but accompany ten doUvory wfiOi the gewtuee used by ire proaoh orlimltatlDg Ms voice and mcnrw Ore inclined to 1Iti k4e such aPOlfo1U with decided mental development lan we have it on the nutihorily of u 8litecIreport it to another group od ittli + word for wadsome lig illh Jli f fatt oould not have done tUniceX Too Many Eggs in Setting It Ill a Eorlous ml Is take on flue breedo8 pct to give fdficca eggs to the sitting fir this IB mcco Jean tte avenge ton ron cover piciVjiiy and would be fur better for the puottae herd fco Ttecelved only twelve or thir teen eggs says n eot ponderX In In land Poultry Journal A hen my sit faithfully stick to tte work cll the Urn and never leave Use nest except for food and water but what bane tfce kJo 1- Cme Juts more eggs Uban she can cover Sho attempts to spud her wilngs over ute whole of them but whoa en egg is puKed In at the front anottcc peepa out at itho back cad the result Is that la tho course cif ttte three weeks hatoblng period there is scarcely an egg tfcat has not been exposed to the cold at one time or another Examteutlon of the eggs show decayed geiens and dead Obiicks at various stages of growtli and in different stapes of decomposition In early spring ejpectaHy care tfcouM be token to set only cs many eggs cs tt q hen can comforit ably ItUcb and the number may be varlab according to her size and eke size of ihio eggs Can You Believe Your Sences Whpn two of them taste and om ell having been impaired if not utterly die troyed by Nod Catcrri aoe ulfly ore stored by Elys Orccm Balm can you doubt that this remedy deserves all that has been said of it by tiho thousands who have used it It Is applied directly to tie affected atrpas eagcs and begins its healing work at once Why not get it today Afl druggists or mailed by Ely Bros DO Warren Street New York on receipt of CO cents II S lyuxM PRESIDENT TAFTiT LINCOLNfARM Accepts Invitation to Attend Dedication of Memorial HallI In Ecrly Part of November i to President Tnt wtll deMveTjUie dedicatory address at the Lincoln Farm next Fell whom tho dedication of tU Jtomorinil tail takes place Tfao PresI- dent has notified too Lincoln Faion Association that the invitation tendered Mm to be present dn that oc canton and deliver the address bas been accepted and adding that toe happy anticipation of his visit to the birthplace of the martyired president is made all the more pleasant by the memorial event It is now the purpose bftttte Association to have the dedication take place in the early part at November as considered from every iitandpomU this date was deemed Uie most pro pitious by those Laving In charge too ceremonies Tie weather r t this time of the year is Ideal nail file roads are ordinarily la prime condition for travel The date selected also coin cides with the wishes of the President and toother notable guests who will take active part In ttws exercises Unless unforeseen obstacles anlseand as the plans of the Association stand as now perfected the crowning event in the undertaking wJiloh Jhue been I progressing to a successful conclusion will be ushered In with the first breezes of November The bulidhJgWJ In nil probability bo completed some dune before the duto set for true dedication us the work preparatory to building Wie mu seum proper is progressing rapidly Mr P F Kenny who has been on the grounds for some time superin tending the foundation work is keeping a force of tends busy getting ev erything in proper shape to begin work on the building cs sOOn as toe motoial turd ves Mr Kenny states that he 2ias ordered the granite and bricks which will comprise tire j mu seum to be shipped immediately and the material will be put down at the local depot in a eboit time The foundation for the approaches leading from the Spring to the JBe morlal has been completed and is in readiness for the granite steps which will be placed la position Immediately upon their arrival bbrg y The old cabin vMaSTwjisoiVxjled on Its original site init fell hero Ut was viewed by the thousands visi tors at the Centennial celebration wll be temporarily snored some distance away to make moon for the huge derrick Btfkloh will be erected flfcr tie purpose of toisticg the ginniitebjocks in proper position when towark of construot lag the HoM Is begun La Rue County Herald Cant Lose Them A young min wittn a practical knowledge in his JieadskHl tin ruffs toads an lieuSth in lass body is iila owEbetUir of erej xe Mix Mm up Wttr 60000000 of outers arid you will find hIm again as fie will lave tfce habit of being on top Throw tolm naked into u ivjset island and ho will be tlo htuJd of BometHns lie does t rt go whining over tte laud blaming fortune atop saying he lies no ciravcN but goes out and dews something aril goes out cord does it again and better Men Ohal Grit do t ings either vlth iccdior hands aiw the onea ttot is wanted and the demand is as great here and now as it has been at any time since the beginning or State Laws and Treaties One of the subjects most diweH upon In Mr Tails lnaugucJ tuidtesB und likely to irecclvo early attention them Congress is tho relaton cf aliens liv ing in the Jurlledktlom of the United States to tie Government and the States respectively Under our treaties we guarantee protection to foreigners sojourning hero and promise that they ishall receive toe same treatment and oonlsd oration that is accorded to our citlezna abroad As a matter of not we have never been able to live up to our tren ttespd tie Government has repccit cdly found itself in the humiliating po sltlon when rolled on by KOTO other Power to make good Its engngemeats of begging Governors and frntreaUng Legislatures to act or not to act in such a way so as to prevent war A state either through Its town or in violation of law may insult u for eign Power or Injure its subjects In such a way as to bring on woovlihe re sponsibility and burden of which It would Immediately spilt onto the United Stator It is clear toot power and rosponsibUlty tihouCd go togetihter rend if the United Stoles is to continue to be responsible it should Vitro Hie power to restrain the tatshete for elgners are concerned taitl compel them to keep within the almits of its treaties v We have htd a resent instance of the danger and inconvenience growing+ Jf I f out W eWng condiblOna when Uhtere nOt swveretlgri SafaeyelesueReredm was vat to iwteue eppreh end near te1tU1et the United Stotea had no vAh Japes becauiw OriKonittsl fwaa dU right to regulate theUleot the Nkig poeed to ineM on inaepehdent action era River end lthe Steto of New resErdlew of fie treaty ctoKgatonB of York sni fht exeicfee such coutrol over the GeneseJ Govercmeuftj It Is nil itBatocomio into coTiteioatxiKlconiSlliot featly InedfoieBlble dihtet a state having wjfeh Cariadb anotihoii attempt to plane no relertlopt to a Foreign Power ihbiikl ra iot 4fblltty oil the Gen rhl Govom on lie iownt inWteitlve and iboyicmd the meat and deny it corresponding pawns control or taterforcnco of the General TSDeee eemo peopie hall Canada itfter Goyerntment deliberately oauee comvll feted nlbb what they deemed their caUons viiktoly to bring on wtw Tlhen rigtots woUM trot lave raffled on thj should be no questioning the conolu state but on the United States for re gion that the sights of tLte States or dress Oongreea should promptly pass the people of a state are So fear as in such leglelatloni ES win give he Fed ternattonal questions are Involved eral Courts plesnary jurisdiction over wholly within the Jurisdiction of the all forelgnera and all questions in Genemfl Govermmtmt A Government volvlng treaty nights Cincinnati Hn wlthout full power Ini eucb matters is quires I Impossible to be WellIt is impqssible to be well simply impossible if the thelawsmaterial waste products poisonous substances must be therewillimmense amount of suffering and serious disease Ask actdirectly GOOD POSITIONS Draughon gives contractsbacked by chain of 30 Colleges 30000000 capital and 19 years success to secure positions underreasonable con ditions oc refund tuition BOOKKEEPINGDraughons competitors by not accepting that he teaches more Bookkeeping in three months than they do in six Draughon can con vince you SHORTHAND 75 per cent of the United States Court Report ers write the system of Shorthand Draughon teaches because they know it is THE BEST For FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write OHN F DRAUGHON President DRAUGHOrtS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE ixconronATKD EVANSVILLE PADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS A Great Bargain Made By bit 1 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN lilt 4 bit 4Q 670 FOR 325 = iss fi JJ 4l INo Orders 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MOle t ley Trustee Jury Fund It B Martini Sheriff Hartford Deputies S Ai i 1 Drabber W C Ashley J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday In iMaroh and August and con J tinues three weeks and third mondayrjj In May and November two tCounty CourtW B Taylor Judgef W S Tlnsley Clerk B M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convenes t first Monday In each month 61 Quarterly Court Begins ou the third TtjjMonday In January April July and Oc tober A Court of claim1 Convenes first Tuesday In January and on the first rues lay in October Other OftlcereN Moxley purveyor Shrove S W Leach Assessor R Hoy James DeWeesoSchool Superintend ent Hartford Jerome Allen Coronet Jingo JUSTICES COURTS J H Williams Beaver DamMarch M JUne 23 September 24 December Zt W P Miller Horse Branch March 26 June 25 September 23 December 28 W S Dean Dundee March 27 June 2S September 26 December 27 W R Edge Kordavllle March June2 September 27 December s- BS Chamberlain BedaMarch 3 I June 26 September 28 December 2S Herbert Render Ccntertown MarcfiT U SO June 29 September 29 December SO IJuneHARTFORD POLICE COURTJR R Wedding Judge J S GtemtCIty Attorney Wj M Hudson Marshall J Court convenes second Monday In each J monthtMarcyGoorge J urer n E L Hlmmerman C M Bar l nett E E Ulrkhead Wayne QUffln Hooker Williams and Ernest EI11etSchool Trustees MtCrowe J S Glenn W a rinsleyC Barnett and Dr E B PendletonIRELIGIOUS SERVICESt thirdSunday7 p m and 2nd Sunday 7 p m Prayter meeting every Wednesday evening t Rev Virgil Elgin PastortBaptist ChurchServices held Satui t Sundayfind t and Sunday night Prayer meeting every 1 Wednesday evening p C P Church Services that Sunday iIn each month at 11 a m and 7 p mJRev T C Wilson Pastor a everyfourth p p m Roy Henry Clay Ford PastortSECRET SOCIETIES t Hartford Lodge No 675 F A Ma t IiJnlghtlnM E P Moore Secre1aryi eerythird e RoscoRender h Hartford Chapter No 84 0 E S 1 eveningMm c h Riley Secronry b Rough River Lodge No 110 Knight fnof Pythias meets every Tuesday nlghti h jKA e Hartford Tent No 99 1C O T M a BPendletonDaRecord Keeper n u sJMeetsMrsE b keeper a Preston Morton Post No4 G A nholds regular meetings Saturday bet 1J s dfordAdjt 0 tl toMenday nights In each month C EwMorris Sachem A E Pate of Records t 01AcmeMonttdayD D Schroater SecretaryatY Carpenters and Joiners local No 1881 meets 1st Saturday night In each month Noah Skuggs Pres W D Luce SscTjcos OFICIAL ROSTERaAmerican Society of Equity of National MCDowUngGrren Ot S D KUMP Sec Treas Indiana trollsIrJVC CANTRILL Pres Georgetown KL U S ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun KygtOhio County 18itLOAL P KEOWN Treas Hartford Ky OJ CE SMITH Sec Hartford Ky Ca EDUCATIONJ It IX Ky PNo Jlo 2 J A Belainy WWtesville v i1 3 F D Baughn Hartford R F D m No 1ap1D5 Richard Plummor Taylor MInoeH6 J L Brown Rockport L lr OL t oIIJ 1 1 1 al9Yra n RIBr IRE J It 11 IV t yttladlltJc rMalaria etc euee UC uariate4it l 4- f 1VI n f l 1 ti iRfAKSOf TORNADOES It r Queer Perlotinance of th Windstorm- I e 9Sometirnes the Wind Divides and Forms two Oppositely Revolying Funnels Whetbnr the extensive irrigation o the Western plains tas had nny eMecl upon the Trey UCO of tend I1 e 11- 1am inOOre6tltlg question At any row the tOrwado lICCSOnls once more a bm1dnnd already two or ItbJrwtwls tare lhave mQoI1ll1 d thcir laW Iilere are I ewnnturt11 phen bettor worth study than these- maaaltble ro atosrtieatbd none that make a more vivid me1onjpon the lint- glnatlon or hp q who halt yaarulyz with tear behoht them at olose qUW teas Ira mbftanta or to tornado bed Ubove learnt the paths of thesis cur 1ous auii a amuck od the nir an know how to got out Ol their track Their geoornJ dtlrect10n of motion north of east ngnoeing With Itfult o the broader enovembmts of the am0iS phere Their direction of nilAch Is left to tight which agaIn nocords wit 1 tIm regular motl011l of the atmosphune In ail storms In the northora hemf phere Te Is n a exult of the earth s axial rotation and could not be lit terent us tong as tine cl1Cukltlonj of the ntmosphere stnnalns what it Is In the South m Hemisphere for tbJe wee reason to1Il1S revolvo from Mt- 7forightBut tornado has been known to split la two one part revolving In ona ddt ecUon and too other In the alto direction A striking this s fount In John P FiDteys sic lWork on the Gret tornadoes of 1879 On May 29 In that year n terri ble towmado levc1Cd the town or Irving In Xamns In JIB track wore a school house and a ahuTCh taodtng 275 apart As the Iny ibhck IIl10ntSter a prooohoo it Wn1cd the earth WIth two tunnels tmveling side Iby side D observer noUCf1I phut tdhte were hIrling mn oposito dlrect1ons DhIo whole PhenlOOIle110tll bare n lIken S 0- 0V huge awkward bind tottering on Its legs tor Iffrat awe dunmorr and4ho- n3e other touched the Ground tearing everyththg to pieces Q3obh Vito chUldhl ands tb school house weate built of heavy stone blOcks Throe ladles ovorcmno with tensor Fiat taken rotuge to tJhe tower of thlO- dhtltOh mtloh stood at II easier of tho- bundidg They saw tlyd aouth orw fun net of the tornado strike Vito school house nod wdhtrl It Into n conical ruin 0 Almost at the same Instant the north ern funnel struck tjre hunk mtnidh went down like a cart rouse dlut amid U awful Uproar Md tower ro- mained standing anti the IadkoS Were unlndured Subsequent Inspection showed that the wo bulldlnra IhtlJd been twlst1odi In opposite dtsectlorhs The lenptng of a tornado Is one of most torrlrytng vagaries Houses and sometimes wtofo towns Bravo been saved by thee suiliIeo jumps or too destroyer the awful funnel d scending- on the durthcr side and ropping up the vary ground Stlre1ms and Ponds have been drunk day to ttbJeIr Ibed3 by a boundlgg tornado mhldb after wnTdl dle1Uged the nolphbonbcx rwlth the water Zt Was been suggested that olectticity plays Q paart In thIs deap Ing motion of the Lunmol U Is ner- tafn Uhct terrible dlecta110 euierg1es ass at work in or around tl tonnodo New York AmoclctlnEAmerican HistoryIAt a recent examinatlon of appll cants for certiflarttee to teach school the following paper wee hbndoo Into W E Sloss IfUlOIIritJlldent of tJhe Macon Oourrty public sohoblsby a IIOOn candidate of mature 1 What Were the conditions do the colonies at the obos6 of the Fsondoh IU Indian war A Thd oonddtton of- th0 colonies at the close of the F1renbh and Indian war The colonhs wets beginning to build ups and brave better Jam ulan they uBIOdi to 1t2 Wbat weret1l1e Inmedlate causes of the revolution A IlIo immediate C fof the avolutlan was that he people Vt tnted to find a sew route tx- qIn4lL 33 Name 1eprfncl events of- asMngtons I- JlN adml114BtratJon IA Ito f- bnnclp ovente of YssbtngVenB egd mtnlatNtlon assn Washington made a good Iuesdemtsillnutted the peo pieldno ho was the bravest tresldont- He vs the tentieth prcsiOOM 9 DIBcu the edpton of tho con Ututlon of theiUnited States It- Tlie edoptlon ot the canstftnttoar of- the United States was very important It adoptdd all the laws bf lltissourl- SG Wbt ls the J fonano doctrine Name homeevents in the last few ara that J atte n to it- ck iJr x- l A The Monroe doctrine to nhmed after a man by the name of John rA Monroe and this Is coiled the Mont eventsthe in 1ed the Jackson doctrine 6 Compare the conditions ItllbheI atet100 dons of the South tire lots bettor Uh- athre a ot the North at the close of the Civil war because they had better men 7 Discuses the reconstruction period A Tho reanetructon period ana the reconstruction of the colon lee and pf tits army and the w11JJB were reconstructed 8 Write briefly of Tl1OI1 Jeffer- f serfs ideas OIl govetatmcrntcrnt 3119 sue 00SB03 a preeldent nild the prdncl pill events of his adminlstmtfon A Thomas Jellorsarrrite Was the twenty Stattea was and some of the people did not Ulko Jet Jettetsomlomc had success a Some of the Important events of Jet goodLon s edoy 9 Name the principal events of rrheIpeopleIyea theUstime wrorf administration and by doing them he 1did the people ogrook deal of good 10 When mua Uissoul11 olgaDdzed as a territory Admitted as a State Qlvo the dates or the Qloptlon of the constitution of Missouri A Mlssou nuts organlezd es a territory in 1617 admitted ns a State In 1742 and tbe dates of the adoption of the oonstl tutlon of Misouri was In 1890New York Sun- EVIL RESULT FROM RAISINGdlaee Illiteracy and Land Exhaustion Due to the Great Crop WeedPJn an IntervieW QmlmlEsloner t- Agriculture M C Rankin doclara9 U to tie growing cl tobacco it Is my mora of Kentucky should stop growin- tobaeoo and Should turn their oattcn tiara Instal to the ruIsingofc I- Uon dostead to the rDl1slng of corn wheat and live tock to the end that the State will become more prosperous the land richer tJDd more fertile nnd the children bettor educated This con oluslon oomm1ssl0n0r Rankin ha come to he toys after nearly eighteen months of study ns the Commissioner of Agriculture in Kentucky It the farmJrS Will devote lIB muot time nnd attention to the raising of tile things I have suggested as they ihllve to the growing of tobacco IU a belit2 that IIII years to come Kentuc will be the eiohast State vin the Undon There to no better lend and foil the United States for crop and stock raising If I had peen Iforltunoat- eooough to learn when a young man what I Jnve learned since I rove been In this office I doubt If there ever would have been a crop of tobaooo raised on my farm Partners cant make more money If they turn their attention to stock rlslng Tobacco has been raised so long and oonstnntly- In the Blues Grass counAdcs oP Kentucky that too 6OU has boon oourq and impaired but with CQJli be brought beck to a good quart and that Is what I can going to do with my land TO ooore I racy no more tobccco for me but it wdil be mlslng fn the titers Coe- misionor Rankin owns one of the valuable farina in IIenry OQumy He WOuld not mdse any tobacco IOn tthis year were It not for the Lent that he bound hihnsod by agreognmt to per- mlta few ones tob planted by a tenant There will he but six acres plant ed on the lann and anucdn of the h- tliatht nd a beau used lfur the Inmtey mrdd In the past ny1B lo plowedln Mny J1a rowed and wor1 lust ls If It were being cultivated until August wh It wilt be sown in unlfa In thisiWa- Yltr Ra11klno expects to get a GOOd stand of u1triJIfn and then ho will be Fin arising stock and continue at it throughout tire remainder of his arm lag cmCer fanrmdsslonerlItanlrlnl- iovee be that much of the laitnracy in Kentucky mn be traced to the grow ug Untteryoorof tobacco Cthdldre token nut of school in the cant y spring ho saver to resist 1a the plant hlgw6Ot1i they shoull boe4udYing rthel- leeisone r If pm and ntcotand live stock were grown instbadsot the per earn tobnuoao asap Ie deexos that It wouM not be necessary to take the oMlcL from eohaol before the rdgu- lar seliool terait Was out Commission erRlfnktnIs one of the oa9gdnal p- ndze rBo n In Kestaickq or thsAmcli fcvtt- tociety atqulfy ank1 was at one tlsYUe a leading member Oth Sat branch otahatoranbat4on f BOXES FOR I RURAL MAIL Must Not be Placed In Places Inaccessible Fourth Assistant Postmaster Gen eral Tells Postmasters What Must be Done Owin to complaint made by rural mall carriers ntrout the placing of boxes by patrons In places irmcces sible the fourthasnlstant postmaster general who 18 In obtlrge of the rum lips delivery service has Issued the following order In order too expodlta the delivery collection and dlsputch of rural mall enable rural cru Aern to cover their routes wltlh celerity and give the earliest possible service to patTon residing on the fca ends of routes tale department will ipstst first ale reel mail OOXlOS be so lacatcrlas to be sorv ed with Uhb grrotwt expenditure requirerssubmit to you without delay far trans mission to the department the ntwrres tof all patrons wshnse boxes cnnnOt be rbacbbd without leaving the road dls mounting driving in deep dltdes ron steep Inclines or on or IlCra9S railroad tmcks involving danger out tu approaches to whose boxes are obstrntc- ed It Is not required that boxes slum be erected beside the Yheel tracks nor In any panticualr souses of tie crossrowds but they must be orec- ted WIthin the confines rf the raa- nd accesslble on any corner It Is not desirable that boxes be lttaohetl to telegraph tolep one or electric light poles or to fences or buildings but boxes should be curely futenoo to nest and sn nigI posts Sirsnly vet at the side or the 1roads at n sutfldent holgfnt to be served by ro11riem without rising from their seats or rchfng tbrough1heol spokes Alter boxes have been properly relocated and it Is practicable Ito cur tall CCITlem schedules postmasters will advise this office so that changes In schedules may be considered When roods are In bakl condition postmasters tJre directed to make report thaDeot to the depwtmoot andal to the proper lom9 road officials and cooperate with them snit patrons to the fullest extent consistent whir poslUon snide ty Ito fleet the fmproyemcnt ot the roads IJ1I marls testatdon of Interest nnlll properly d- rooted efforts by posiarrestars In t u good roads question will fnmany In stnnOEiS be productive of exoo11ent re stilts RespoectiCuNy p V D GRAlW Fourth AssIstant PaW11aste General aDrastic Marriage Law That they Me physically stint mOO nally fit to welt la what prospective buddeea and bridegrooms In VJI6 State or WcehtngttJn will have to show by physicians certificate and autdavlt after Juno before any county clerk rom not give consent unless tr1J girl law nl provides the wOman must be of legal age fixed nt 18 years land men 21 years also that the parents con not glue consent unless the girl Ls more than 15 yatiB of egg The pornalty for giving false Infomtatdon or performing such marriage Js n tine of not more thaw = 1000 or Im Prlsonment in too state perritentlIIry for not more than three years or both It is also provided that no woman tinder 96 or age or man of any age except he marry Q wroman snore than to years either of whom Is a common drunkard epileptic Loeble minded Idiot or insane person or fur mealy aflVicttd with pulmonary tuber culosls or tiny contngtous disease shall ntennrurry or array tmy at1er per son within too State It Takes a Wise Man to Play the Fool in a Modern Circus It takes brains to play the fool So Jack OousSlns the equestrian director of Howe Great London Show said when asked concerning clowns and clowning I have been In the etrous business all my late and tiling toot Interest log period have like an actor played many parts I llwvemade a close study or the ptofusslon andXJtlcubwly clown department for were Is 1ot1l log to n circus without a ooWlto lilt line came undor any olmonvatlon that rthe brainiest porLmcnaroces always snake the best clowns and pmducb fan that Js not only wholotlomie but soak IS the man no matter thow kilsoon tented with the world forget Ms tmu- bles tomporamilY and dissolve his har done dentures Into a grin Whin you compare the actor wIth clown the1t mQthlMelaughs ooth rhaa the author to thank t3tlparnot Jn1n own But take the man behind the whitened dace and he lM roth tng tol Lelp him but iris JlturlOS I9n- tnlbJo legs and Ids art of so con tortinghlslnctasto brtngfoitlr suitOh Its aja1 work to make them laugh without any aid whatsoever excepting the few atoms I have mentioned Fur Uoorunore n clown must be OOI1D he d- enotmade or manufactured Over two score of the funniest oft rmy clona have been engaged with How s aggregation this season Tile dale the big show will exhibit at Beav7 Dana Monday May 3rd The BedRock of Success lies In a keen clear brain backed by Indomitable wn and resistless energy splendidhealthInpart rrhey vitalize every organ and buildup brain and body J A Har mon Lizemore W Va writes They are the best pills I ever used 26c at all druggist m Three Kinds of People A wise old Utoemry owl once said them wore tires kinds of people In too worildr1 People Who think and talk about things 2 people Who think and talk about 1OOP 3 peo plo who never think and merely make noises with their moutis I lien and women who talk about things bare been recognized us too hlghE6t drrof people do bill ages rro know about things requlrers thought fut study Groot accomplishments comes roan Uhlnking end talking about things TO know about people requires very little eUortthe vlllnge gossip is the king of the tribe ot pea plb thinkers Arad monleeyw do no thinking at all but they can snake more noise with their mouu sl than mn even nn unthinking snail When we hear a man or a woman talking exclusively about people we can without snuck Winger of oontladic tlon set them down tIS hallos thinkers red by the some token We will ooogniez the man or woman of parts by his or her conYbraatlon which will concern things The son the wise old literary owl teaches us Is to be able to overlook or quickly forget the nct1onsand lab Its of mete people all weak nand er ringlUke ounelveos and turn our thoughts to the great problems of the world that are sun unsolved Give your boy a book with which lu may open too doocsof truth and under standing Tell your daughter tor think for herself to wonder ut the marvelous natureDi1d1 discharged that talk or the trlval minded Om you give theft better advice Tint encyclopedia is n better and more interesting book than too tens of thousands ofleading matter toot Is written and prlntwd about people ever year Wall Paper fJJ Artistic Wall Paper selected with a view to its harmonious effect will contribute more to the cheerfulness and beauty of your home than allelse g ALFRED PEATS PRIZE WALL PAPER is the perfection- of modem wall decoration andoffers the widest range ofchoice in pattern andprice tSamples submitted and estimates furnished upon request W D LUCEPAINTING AND DECORATING 116 Main Street Hartford Ky For Lame Back An aching back is instantly relieved by an application of Sloans Liniment This liniment takes the place of massage and is better than sticky plasters It penetrates without rubbingthrough the skin and muscu lar tissue right to the bone quickens the blood tbelieves congestion and gives permanent as well as relieflok t t r has no equal as a remedy for Rheumatism Neuralgia or any pair or stiffness in the muscles or joints Prico nnc Oe and 100I Dr Earl s Sloan Boston Mass U S A- Bloani book on hones cattle aaheep and poultry sent tree + r 1 m lf3mOTi1I1o6 O U DAaxaTT O ESxtra BARNETT SMITH t ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY Yi11 practice their profession In aU the courts ot Ohio and adjoining coun flea and Court ot Appeals Special at tention given to all buatnees entrusted to their care Collections and the Practice ot Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican build- Ing FRANK L FELIX Attorney itLaw HARTFORD KY will practice hie protea31on In Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court ot Appeal Criminal practice and Col lections a Specialty Office In the Herald building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecute claims for penalon- alto Collections promptly attended to countyOtflce N LIIEAVItIN rUSRH WOoDWAm HEAVRIN WOODWARD t Q ltieua ataauHARTFORD KY Will practice their profession la all the courts ot Ohio county and Court ot Appeals Special attention given criminal practice and collections Ot flee next door to flank ot Hartford YANCY L MOSLEM ATTORNEY AT LAW IHARTFORD KY IWll1 practice his profession In all the ot Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court ot Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National lank Iwn DARNEB S A ASDEIlSOtl BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys ani Connselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they have formed a partnership or the prac tice ot Law In all courts State and Fed eral with offices south side ot Main street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES S A ANDERSON IJOIIS ft WILSOS CI1taMOItOWE WILSON CROWS LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will prao1ce their profession In aU the urts ot Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Special attention given to crimInal practice and to oolreUons Office on Main St opposite Court House and TRADIMARKS pvmptlT obtained In neountrleaornetee e THAT PAT drerUwthmthorwhyasoarp- one you oucce- eaodmodL photoorsketch for FREE report SURPASSINQBoot on rrontable latents write to + 80315015 Seventh StreetWASHINGTON D C IiKILLTHE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Qr Kings DiscoveryFOR AND ALL THROAUND LUNG TnOIJSLE- SOVARANTEED BATISFAOrORt- OR MONEY BEEPUNDED fROCUftlD A D DEFENDEDdmodel Yr advice to trade Dirk- icopPlghyetaN ALL COUNTRIES Lhullllll Jidritk Haralrgs aeve time IIY GIld tJim thepaten6 Patent and Infrfftetment Practice Excluslyely t- etawrtta or rome atJWASHINQTON f r1 Jo IFAIRVIEW April 2Sued echbol this place is progre41Bg nkJollIMrsA nnii near Rosine last W burled Thursday ot the family burrtnt ground She sae 92 years or agd and lovedby alt who knew her 01atonjvlsitcdMr I school Sunday- Mrs i W Miller ot Rosine visital I her sister Mrs C C White lastsMon dayI I Miss RenD end Vona Miller vlsitod- thelrcousin rII aIaorotn bite Mon d yIlitss Vtctario Moxley of Fordsvlile Is vIsiting IJcr brother Mr Cicero i Mpxleyr I Mr Grand Christian Is tewchtng Ci singing school at this piece Ir C C White is drilling corn for Mr John Iyos Teachers meeting will meet nt J crowd G J1Iss Is dpcctcdIRuth attn Sunday I Liss Reno Miller and Cltlss Lorona White vlstted their friend aflss K Acton Monday nttornoon DeS6leI Hiss Bole F Acton friend 11116 Doosle K Acton Friday Hisses Rona and Vena lIller and Lorena White visited Hiss Eunice Wilson Wt week- CENTRAL I GROVE April 28Mr James Cooper whoI went to Louisville three weeks to undergo no operation retur horn yesterday lie ism uch Improy- od Mrs W W locker and daughter Miss Maymee spent n while Saturday afternoon of Dlr D M PaT1 sIMrs Herschel Tlohonor 6011 Tracy spent Saturday night and I Sunday nt Mr E T Dtslrops Dr and Airs J Eo Fltzhuh and little son re1Uc of Island and rL1ss iSfyT Ynugl1n Gam are IsI Ring the family of Mr E Cooper Mr W P Tlohenor and tamilyspeot- Satunday night and Sunday at M F- Faughts air and Mrs W I Igldreari visited t1ro tDmily of lr P Af Broom Elmwood Tue day nightiMh1cs Madle and Georgie Goff vislt- ed j their sIster Mrs Arthur Faught Williams Mlncs Sxturdsy night and Sunday Mr and Qfrs OryUe Awhby and lit tle Miss Uya visited the fhantly or Mr John Shoulders Sunday night Bald Knob CANE RUN April 28armcrs are busy nt t1writing planting corn Niss Ross Logsdoa or OensUorols- visltitJg trCr Bunt Mors Laura Ford Mr G J Chrdstim and wife and little son Muster Ervin visited Zlr J W Drwlley or RosILe Thursday night I Mrs Emma Waite is visdting Ler daughter NrF Sylvia WUwn Echols I Mr T N Daniel and wife wre the guests of Mrs Dan Yls parents Mr C V Christian and wife Tuesday nightMr G J Christian commenced a singing school at Fairview last Sltur day Miss Iva CummIngs wes the guest ot her friend Miss Clernmle Christian SltUrdUY nlght- Mr Ed Tabor and family vIsited Mr J W Autry and family Saturday night Miss Tono Ford Of House Bronchis- vlslUTg hci shtec Mrs Bettie Ford this week Mr BlII Christian wt1 ho guest or his aunt Dir3 Rebecoa W11on Wednesday Prayer meeting at this place wins largely attended luoocday night Bro U C Truman ot Fbrdsviile was presort and gave nn interesting talk oPLO April 2GIJI1II1lrs me very much dLsturbeid by the continued lJgh water on the low lands The health of our community is fairly good Quito a number went from hero to Beaver Dam mst Thursday A delightful ntertn1nmcnt was giv en at Mr Orval Coys last Thursday night The band was composed ot Kate I001y organist W L White Violinist Cliff Berry Bass Rufus Bartlett gut tar Quite a number were 6OOtbe sides and all wool home wen pleased- glhe Sunday school ot Marvins Chapel Is progressing nicely with a Inge attendance 9 Our prayer tweeting which meets every Wednesday night is quite a sec cos Mr Jeff Aldridge sold a douse to John Dunger rbcenUy Our local A S of E meets Saturday evening Lot every member be present We will meet behind closed doors Tobaooo plants I1re looking fine at this tlmc Mis Mary White was the guest of- aaB Merry last Thuraday i We like to read the news frJln Salem os that is our old homo aced r e J d H in front and keeping therethats the way Marathon races are won Its the GETTING else in this world is won and no man who wants to win can afford to neglect anything great or smallwhich may contribute to his being in front 1 You want to win success in your undertakings whatever they may be and one of thefr things which every man needs antI rought to be sure of is good clothes they help your appearI ance add to your effectiveness make you feel more successful and theres a lot in the way- a man feels who is trying to win f Hart Schaffner Marx are in front among all the clothesmakers of the world they got there by making cloths right by correct style by perfect and through tailoring by using none but allwool fabrics when so many makers think part cotton is good enough for you We sell these clothes because we believe theyre that kind of clothes because we want to of keep in front Theyre the sort of clothes that are a benefit and a profit to everybody concerned to you who wear them most of all t I i joy If youre In front and want to stay there here are the clothes for if This store is the P home of the HART SCHAFFNER MARX clothes E P BARNES BROS The Gents Outfitters 4 BeaverQamKy I t J hope to continue Mr lrvnl Coy made a trip to Tutfy last Thursday ltr WL White and family were the guests of Jeff Aldridge last Saturday Mm MoUie FeemsterLeuaandfosle Berry wet tn Hartford last SltUr Tiara Shelby Lee and Miss Tanne wore married at Marvin Chapel lanJ Sunday night Rev Daughn spoke the words Urat rondo impne We do not see why everyone Ib not a subscriber for the Republican It le the bost paper I eVer road and has the news from all over the county and state Suocoo to the Ropublfoan I 1c n COOL SPRINGS April 28Mr Isaac Kidoomb ofa- rcHonry idled Monday ot pneumonia and was burled at Cool Sprints Tuesday evening Mire M1nn1sWright wars the gut of Miss Jule and t3flnnle Wdisoalest week tin Matllda Fultom nm IdturglrterS Miss Neva were fho guests of ber- Mstor Tfra Sam FoJ1e Monday Mr n s Junm end family iteJd Mrs Fonnyo Neal Sunday fJ Mrs Chide Wilson and daughter Mdse Minnie sad pins Una DeedUlt1e daughter Iiglma visltdd J61as 1 f w i Dunn Tuesday lQlzL Ages Tate vIsited MasSun Fogle Saturday evening D8a Memo Demeon and daugbter- Miss Iva visited Mm Susan anrpson TuesdayLutde Miss Corinne Denis is visiting her aunt afro A ares F ate Mr Alta Wright visttdd Mil CC Dennis Tuesday- Mlsse Mnnle WrJht md AUdra Hines ro the guest of Mleg LenaElt- on Air PeteFilto buJ pumbas d a flew organ fttr C C Deddfa end Mrs Alas Tate vlsibed Mr Clarence nty 7 j SUWe BALD KNOB- April 28Flan ery busyI at this placetrirs E p Eandodr1s bor- oouslD aura lddlna ffliDoidCmmwell air HenrIJeacl1 NY visited MrR4A SandefurHnd twnUY Sunday Sunday robedl will bent 1 p m prompt order to ogotthmugb lw tlmo tOr ccmVmuon at Pienr anteEverybody ln91ted to attead- 6ir A E deCtfWd faarbly epent- mdayS at the tonnera patemte hir- DaI Sandefur 1 1tarr tamd urivieied her brotQler dayTlaeae pisce JIV7Y o t Yu 4 nilay flightbeforre the third Bun j daY Ereryrbddydnvita bd attend j tbi1vlngNotice to Ad lnLsUators and t I Gunrdlans4All and exccutorstn Ohio county whq have not gettled With the court f6j the past two years will be to 416th J 1 the law to issue a rule regutring such settlement Those knowing thetnaelves t0 noble under this reo I wlil savecostEby sr long- settlemonwith e befor khat ime 1 4 W n rAA9 ltQCe i I