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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a r s- p 1tt J h HEN HARTFOI I C I g HERALD f All Kinds Of Job Printing Heatly Executed 1 Vome the fferald of a Noisy World the News Of Ml N fiN mA Lumbering at my Back Subscription 100 per Year In Adyance I IIIVOL XXXIIIV HAKTFORD KY WEDNESDAY JULY 10 1907 1STO 28 I FARMERSSIIN SESSION it Meeting of Ohio county Union A S of E t MINIIIBiDFTHE PROCEEDINGS 1 Which Were Interesting Al 7t ThruughBreckinridge i i Paper Condemned Hartford Ky July G 1907 Ohio County Union A S of E meat the court house in Hartford and Ayas called to order at 10 a m by county chairman David Moreland Or roll call it was found that 25 local were represented by delegates s The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved The body by vote to select tits on resolutions by vote of 1det4rmlnedj T F Tanner John Muffei Albert Helm and Al J ney Tichenor were elected i Delegate J C Park submitted ia Jmotion to allow a proposition to hole finance and warehouse the Green river tobacco A motion tc 1table was lost by a vote of 23 to 26 The original motion was then adopted and Mr Welsh of Davies County addressed the body Oi f motion the body requested Mr Moreland to addreess the union or r the home warehousing proposition Adjourned to meet at 1 p m Met at 1 p m pursuant to ad jounnment President Moreland in th chair and ho continued his speech yhich hud been interrupted by ad journment A strong speech in oppo sition to any change In the present plan was mnde by assistant State Organizer M F Sharp The committee on resolutions made I a partial report as follows Hartford Ky July 15 1907 To the Ohio County Union A S t jf E Weryaur committee on reso lutions beg leave to submit tHe fol lowing1st Whereas There Is a demand from men pooling for an itemized statement of expenses therpfore Resolved That we recommend that In future all men handling our to hacco be required to furnish an item- Ized i account of expenses with each settlement 2nd Inasmuch as there Is a wide wartlbousIlngcommittee of three to investigate the II feasibility of getting home finance and home storage for the 1907 crop ol tobacco this committee to have tm right to call the county union to I meet and hear their report The I committee to report not later than the 20th 1907 1111Ju1 first resolution was adopted amendment was Offered requir ing the committee contemplated In e resolution No2 to report tomor mow The amendment was defeat ed as was alpoa motion to table j t The resolution was then defeated by d a vote of 23 to 21 The committee submitted the fol lowing additional resolution 3rd Resolved That we endorse the faction or the Green River District in changing our way of grading by letter to one of appraising The res olutlon was adopted The following resolution was sub mitted as a minority report by the committeeResolved That Inasmuch as ar r poolAvlththat We favor pooling the 1907 crop with said company That we favor home warehousing and financing when practicable and with a proper regard for the legal requirements of the A Sa of E- j After general debate the resolution was adopted- A motion was made requesting the Executive pf the Board to adopt the system of equal distribution of each years sales after expenses have been d met and Instructing Ohio countys members to urge Its adoption by the i Board Motion carried a J C Whittakerfraternal delegate from the U M W of Agave an in teresting and Instructive talk to the union A motion to adjourn was defeated I Application was made by the local union 1298 South Carrollton for de Jmit to Muhlenberg county union On motion the request was granted A motion to allow nimbctsto pool their tobacco any place was amended so as to require It to be under the 1t direction of the executive committee and adopted On motion the union proceeded to the election of delegates to the National Union The following were placed in nominatJomCM Barnett MP Sharp John Muffet J G Withers S Vt Whitefy J N Shreve allIMr M F Sharp read an article pub dished In the Breckenrldge County Democrat which was an attempt to belittle him because of his recent visit to Hardlnsburg The article was vindictive abusive and did Mr Sharp great Injustice On motion the secretarywas direct ed to pay our proportionate part of the delegate expense to the Omaha con vention amounting to 1000 The bill for printing amounting to 150 was allowed to the Hartford Publish ing Company and 250 to County Secretary for postage On motion the Union went on rec ord unanimously condemning the slan derous and uncalled for attack on Assistant State Organizer M F Sharp published In the Breckenridge County Democrat w Adjourned to meet first Friday in October 1907 David Moreland Chmn C M Barnett Secy Death of Jailer Mldkilf Mr Oscar Midkiff Jallerof Ohio county died at his residence in Hart ford early last Sunday morning af ter an Illness Qf several weeks of typhoid fever His death was rather unexepcted although it was known that he was dangerously 111 I His funeral services were conducted at the court house Sunday evening at 180 In the presence of a large con coufce of citizens Eld W B Wright of the Christian church of which Mr Mldkff Was a member preached I the funeral sermon The services were conducted l erhe auspices of the local lodge TKhjghfs of Pythias and Ccfmpany H K NG both of which bodies the deceased was a member In the latter as First Lieu tenant He was also a member of the Red Mens loge of Hartford The soldiers attended in a body and gave him a military burial interment was at Oakwood cemetery and there was a large crowd present Mr Mldklff was forty years old at the time of his death He had been a member of New Baynius Christian Church this county for about fifteen years He was elected Jailer of Ohio county in 1905 He was a good citi zen and a kindhearted Christian gentle man who was well liked by every body He had been married about fourteen years He leaves a widow and five children Below are resolu tions passed upon his death by the bodies Indicated Oscar Mldklff who departed this life Sunday morning July the 7th 1907 at 2 oclock a m was a member of Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythias His petition for membership was received April 10 1900 and he was duly elected to take the Ranks of I Knighthood on April 17 i90G On the night of April 24 1900 heI theII was Initiated in the mysteries of Rank of Page May the 1 190C he was tested in the Rank of Esquire and was Knighted June 5 1900 After receiving the Ranks he often sxpressed a fondness for the order and great love for the lessons it teaches I As a member of the order he was punctual in attendance true faithful and loyal No member enjoyed greater respect and confidence of the membership than he and in his death the members hare lost a true brother and the order a faithful Knight At a call meeting of Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights Pythias Held at Castle Hall Hartford Ky an uly 7th 1907 the following resolutions of respect were adopted re jardlng the death of Brother Oscar Uldklff Vhercno the officers and mem ers of this lodge learn with deep egret of the death of Brother Oscar tltdklff who died at his home In this 3ityf at 2 oclock a m this morn ngTherefore be It resolved that his death comes to us as a great hock and we realize and feel deeply the loss sustained by this order of vhlch he was a valued member the ass to the public of a tyortby citizen aUlJ faithful official and the still renter loss sustained by his family In being deprived of a kind andaC ectionate husband and fr tender and wing father Reesolved Second That We bow l ti submission to the prpyidences ofan Uwlse and just Deity that we will c ii f ever cherish respect and commend his many virtues and strive to emulate them that we as members of the Brotherhood who had learned to know him as a true and loyal Knight i join with the public who had come toI know him as a trusted official In ex pressing our heartfelt sympathy and deep regret to his relatives and faint ly In this their sad hour of bereavement Resolved That a copy of these re solutions be spread on the minutes of the lodge a copy furnished hip family and to each of the local papers for publication Also that theIusual badge of mourning be worn 30 days C M Crowe W H Barnes Ernest Woodward Com At an assembly of Co H 3rd Reg Ky Nut Guards on Sunday July 7 1907 Capt J M DeWeese Comndg announced the death on that lay oCI First Lieutenant Oscar Mldkiff Thereupon it was unanimously re solved by the company that in addl tlon to the military honors due him by reason of his rank the company and each officer and member thereof desire to express by this resolution our deep sense of personal loss In being deprived of the second officer of our companyan officer who un ited In a singular degree the courage of the soldier with the gentleness and kindness that disarmed enmity and endeared him to his friends That we testify to his patriotism and loyalty to the State and nation and feel that In his death the military department of the State and this company in particular has lost thi service of a capable and honorable officer and that the individual mem bers of the company have lost an hon med officer who was a well loves friend Ernest Woodward 2nd Jleut C B Shown 1st Sergt Perry Keown Corporal Sydney Williams Alex Hudson New Law Firm Messrs Jas S Glenn and R FJ Lee Slmraerman well known attorneys of Hartford have formed a lain firm to be known as Glenn Sim merman nnd will continue to prnc tlce their profession In associate partnership They will fit up and occu py the lower rooms of the Collins building on Main street next ilooi to W H Griffins drug store which they haveI purchased The office which will he a commodious one will be fitted up In modern first class style with all necessary1aPlmr tenancesThis law firm will be a strong and a popular one Each already enjoying a splendid practice at the bar their coming together Into partnership will unite legal talent of the hlghest order and combine the splend id personal ability that Is so neces sary to success and to the serving ol their clients In the most acceptable manner They will no doubt enjoy a very extensive and successful practice HerIIif had kidney trouble for years writes Mrs Raymond Conner of Shel tOil Wash and the doctors could not help me I tried Foleys Kidney Cure and the very flrs dose gave me relief nnd I am now cured I cannot say too much for Foleys Kidney Cure It makes the diseased kidneys sound so they will eliminate the poisons from the blood Unless they do thta good health Is Impossible J H Williams m Charged AgedWoman IIopklnKvlllc Ky July S Eugene Slaughter colored Is In jail charged with liming entered the home of Mrs Sara Lloyd aged eightyeight years on three occasions at night beating and terrorizing AW MM Lloyd lived alone near Cnsky and tho mistreatment of her has aroused general indignation On the first visit the negro left his hat and this Is the strongest evidence against the negro the hat having been Identified by the man for whom he worked Get a free sample of Dr Snoops Health Coffee ntonr stare If real coffee disturbs your Stomach your Heart or Kidneys then try this clev 3r Coffee imitation Dr Shoop has closely matched Old Java and Mocha Coffee in flavor and taste yet it has lot a single grain of real Coffee in It Dr Snoops Health Coffee Imitation is made from pure toasted grains it sereals with Malt Nuts etc Made Ina minute No tedious watt fouVwill surely like It Sold by Gross Williams Ja U A VVV Y I A RtAT BARBECUE And Kentucky Burgoo for J Kentucky Day i h AT 81C JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION I On July 16Unique Program Has Been Arranged for j1 Important Event Barbecued ipeat and Kentucky bur goo e are to be Introduced along the Atlantic seaboard These delicacies ara 5 furnish one of the main feat urcgqf the celebration of Kentucky Day on Tuesday July 16 at the Jamestown Exposition It will probably be the first time that citizens in yhat Is popularly known as Tidewater will have been treated to these+ appetfelng luxuries- Auouncemont of plans for the cele braUon of Kentucky Day was mnde by 9Je Ousley Secretary of the Kentucky Commission to the James town Arrangements were iEXI10SIUOU omp R C Hleatt of Frankfort will take charge of the barbecue details Mr Hleatt is Sher t iff jot Franklin county He has had chiirge of many of the largest barbe cu ever held in the State and la consrtjjered an expert in this line TJif barbecue will bo held in the largeiplne grove which surrounds the Kentucky resorvatipn It is the most imposing spot on the Exposition grounds and furnishes an ideal site fort the purpose The beeves and lambs will be barbecued on the scene and the burgoo will be made ther Admission to the feast will be onlyJJhn B Atkinson of Earllngton President of the Kentucky commis siowill preside at the exercises held on Kentucky Day Following tfielburbecue which will take place at Uoclock in the afternoon there willeea program of speeches and music This will be held within thei incluBure of Fort Boonesboro and will be opened to the general public It Is proposed to erect a speakers stand in the spacious yard and on thisI celIehratlon BCCk1hamGeorge Tucker will represent the Exrc sltlon CompanyI No announcement has yet been made of the other ora tors for the day An Informal reception will follow the speechmaking Arrah Wanna Club Organized- The young ladles of Hartford met at the home of Miss Mary Keown Mon day evening July 8 and organized an Arrah Wanna Club Miss Leone Maddox was elected President and Miss Mary Keown Sec retary Progressive Bunco was the game of tire evening The members pre Misses Elba Mean Nora Bennett Lllllo Burton Mary Keown Leone Maddox Irene Miller1 Anna Moreland Zella Maye NiiM Anna Patton Effle Render Cas slo Riley Willye Smith Wlnona Stev ens Katie Thomas and Hettie Riley Miss Elba Bean will entertain the Arrah Wannu Club Tuesday evening July 10 A Wonderful Happening Port Byron NY has witnessed one of the most remarkable cases of heal ing eyer recorded Amps F King of that place says Duck lens Arnica salve cured a sore on my leg with which I had suffered over 80 years IIf am now eighty five guaranteed to cure tillI sores by J H Williams druggist 50c m- As a to Titles Nowadays when most people Ibuy real estate it is taken for granted that the title to same is good and indefeasible and that there are no meunibrances on the same when In act the title Is defective and the vendors liens have never been released of record How different Is It with a careful corporation with rer anted counsel No property Is eVer accepted or paid for by it until first the title has been thoroughly looked Into by a competent attorney And If every step has not been properly aken In each conveyance the prop irty is rejected unless the defects can be perfected and a perfect and onyilete title is passed The mere words of General Warranty deeds fdo nc ttitand for anything at all un Jess the grantor Is perfectly solvent r J a i 1 F J t land then in that event the grants has no assurance he will always re- maIn so hence the necessity of knowing byI record evidence that your title is good when you pay your money Perhaps there is some defect seemingly Innocent to the casual observer but detrimental to the title whist cowl easily be Idscovered by the trained lawyer who is familiar with the records of the Court Again after ascertaining that all conveyance have been properly made then there arc tax liens to be released mortgage to be looked into executions affecting the property mechanic Hens all of which are provided by law and ye some people go blindly along pur chiming real estate leaving all to chunce when for a small outlay of money the title could be abstracts and a perfect title pass with the conveyance Recently a citizen of Hart ford purchased a house and lot lIn this city pal dall the purchase money and refused to pay 1500 for an abstract of the title an dafter paying for the property there was something near 4000 in tax liens against It thus showing penny wise Were it not for statutes of limitations threefourths of the land title In Ohio county would not be wort the paper they are written on and notwithstanding the law there are so many detective titles It is well to look closely into any deal affect- Ing real property before investingObserver On to Jamestown Company H 3rd Inft K S G un dcr the command of Capt J M De Wcese left Hartford last Monda morning for a ten days encampment at the Jamestown Exposition On reaching Beaver Dam they were fur nished a special coach and left there for Louisville at 1230 oclock 1p m Arriving at Louisville on schedul time they remained in the city un til 12 oclock at night when they left for Jamestown It can be truly said that a politer and better behaves company will not be found on tho grounds than the young men compos- Ing Company H 3rd Inft K S G The personnel of the company whic will arrive at Jamestown this morn ing follows Capt J M DeWeese Lieut E M Woodward Sargeants Clarence Shown R E Duke Wm Lyles Oscar Fleener R W Tlnsley Corporals Marvin Black Perry Keowr Otto Martin Fred Robertson Musi clans Allison Barnett Douglas D Felix Artificer Carl Anderson Prl vates Owen Ambroes Seymoro Ben nett B H Bennett Evans Calais Van Crabtree Bernie Carpenter Walter Campbell Iko Christian Walter Chap man Talmage Davis Ellis Foster J N Foster Lawrence Gary Roy Heav rin Frank Hamilton John Hamilton Frank Hudson Alex Hudson Oswalc Hooker Elmo Jones Weston Malon con Arthur Petty Orland Park Wm Robertson Seth Riley Herbert Shown John Stevens Dr C W DeWeese and W S Whitman The following named colored men were taken along as cooks Join Morton Genus Morton and Tom Griffin Abraham Lincoln Was a man who against all odds attained the highest honor a mar could get In the United States Bal lards Horehound Syrup has attain ed a place never equalled by any other like remedy It Is a sure cure for Coughs Colds Bronchitis In fluenza and all Pulmonary diseases Every mother should keep supplied with this wonderful cough medicine Sold by J H Williams m What He Got The day was hot The soda fountain was doing a land office business It was a regular flzzfest The wilted redfaced stranger sat down exhaustedly on a high stool In front of the large assortment of nick elplated safety valves and said Gimme something tall and cold The yotirig man In charge of the sqnlzzlers looked thoughtful for a moment then handed the customer a picture of Vice President Fairbanks Kentucky Bananas The Ellzabolhtown News says Air D M Brown presented The News office yesterday with a bunch of bananas part of them rlpo and part green raised at his place near town Mrs Brown planted the seed four years ago and tho bush has been carefully nurtured It bloomed last September and the plant was kept in the house during the winter This is the first instance that this tropical trait has every been grown in this county and we never heard of it being k 1 itlI successfully done in Kentucky before The bananas tasted quite naturally and are about the average size The bunch presented to the News has 3 about a dozen on it- Democratic Convention The Democrats of Ohio county arepcalled to meet in mass convention at the Court House in Hartford Ky on Monday August 5 1907 at 1 oclock p m for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Representative in 1 the lower House of the General As sembly of Kentucky to be voted for 5thaat the election to be held on the day of November 1907 All Demo crats who are or will be entitled to vote at said election are entitled to participate In said convention and are earnestly requested to be present l Done by order of the Democratic Executive Committee of Ohio county J P Stevens Chmn i By G B Likens Secy 28t2 4 SMALLHOUS July S1Irs Erskine Fulkerson and s Miss Nlnah Bullock are visiting inlCentral City this week Quite a number from this place went to Cromwell July 4th There was an Ice Cream supper at Smallhouse Thursday evening Miss Maybel Garret Is at Ceralvo quite ill z Mr James Hallows went to Ceralvo Fridayii Mr and Mrs John Morton went to Central Oity Thursday Mr Ross Morton and wife Liver more spent Thursday at Mr Sam MortonsMr R Barnard and daughter little Miss Mary spent Thursday in our midst Mrs Sallie Drake Is visiting In HartfordMiss Lizzie Stevens of Hartford f who has been visiting Miss Ethel Hunter has returned home Misses Kate Hawkins Hartford and Minnie Renfrow Narrows were in our vicinity the first of the week Mrs James Drake and Mrs S W Bilbro went to South Carrollton Wed nesday I Mrs Lula Withrow of this place and Mr S W Bilbro Matanzas were married in Princeton Ind June 23 1907 Mr Alonzo France a brother inlaw of the bride accompalned them Miss Ethel Hunter who has been on the sick list is able to be out Little Miss Fannie LawrenceBeaver Dam who has been visiting in this vicinity has returned home Mr Ray Addington went to Central City Wednesday Mr W C Overhults went to Hart ford Wednesday nnd accompanied a crowd to Rough River Locks Thurs dayQuarterly meeting was held at Equality Saturday June 29 and Sunday following There were quite a number of visitors In the vicinity Rev 11 P Brown preached the I funeral sermon of four of Mr J T Rowes children at Smallhouse church June 30th Quite a large crowd was present The Charming Woman- Is not necessarily one of perfect form and features Many a plain woman who could never serve as an artists model possesses those rare qualities that all the world admires neatness clear eyes clean smooth skin and that sprightliness of step and action that accompany good health A physically weak woman is never attractive not even to herself Electric Bitters re store weak women give strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin beautiful complexion Guaranteed at J 11 Williams druggist GOc m a Notice Editors Herald The meeting of the Ohio County Baptist Association which convenes with the Rockport Baptist church August 13th is only one month off The last two years the contribution for minutes lacked a I small amount of paying for tho number of minutes published We hope each church will contribute a little more than heretoforeL i Drake Clerk Ill stop your pain free To show you firstbefore you spend a penny what my Pink Pain Tablets can do I will mall you free a trial pack age of themDr Shoops Headache Tablets Neuralgia Headache Tooth ache Period pains etc ate duo alone to blood congestion Dr Shoops Headache Tablets simply kill pain by coaxing away the unnatured blood pressure That is all Address Dr Shoop Racine Wls Sold b Z t Wayne Griffin Bro J Hi Willl I ramsV A iybIIpMwpw MuAuNc I f 11 tt tt PPPrpr ppP P ttItt I I I iW I NEIHODS111t II I st + It is truly said that desperate ailments require desperate remedies This timely saying apples to thee condition here The cold backward sea rfr son interfered with our plans We expected our customary large increase over last seasons sales and prepared accordingly but it failed to ma j JJ terialize That leaves us with a much heavier stock than we should have now The merchandise must be sold at one price or anotherpricesw ithat mighty lever has been resorted to It has never failed to accomplish the desired results This time though the reduction is the most TSJ pronounced ever heard of We are not content to apply it to just a few items but it is generall if DAYStfT t c 1T Sfr comeFridaytf 4 Briefly stated these Suits are only about half price J r Lot No11 Lot No 1 consist of light checks light plaids and blue Serges single arid double breasted reg ccular price IO 12 r and 1250sale price 698 Lot No 2 Lot No 2consist of light plaids and checks and Blue Serges double and single breasted was 14 15 and 10 Sale price 1169 + CLOTHING THAT IS twAmerican Beauty CorsetsQ The Corset of the Future Perfect in Style Perfect in Material Perfect in Work manship 100 Styles from 100 to 500 Kalamazoo Corset Co Sole Makers KALAMAZOO MICH BOLD AND RECOMMENDEDBY CARSON CO Hartford Kentucky Large Decorated Plates lUc r 4 Decorated Handle Teas lOc s Large Soup Plates lOc I 5 Large Gold Band PlatesrrlOcGold Band Handle Teas lOc ii Large Vegetable Bowl lOc t 4 Large Mixing Bowls lOc Large Meat Platters rWe Largo Cream Pichers 1 lOc Ia tOeJ resulted largest desirable Douglas footwear impair profits increased business wisdom tJ Lot No3 consist of pieces of white Waisting checked stripedslightly soiled andmussey worth price cents Lot 4 consist of fifty pieces of Lawn Organdie Dress Goods soiled andmussey Reg price cents t W L Douglas never cheapens his shoes 4KWhile the high of leather will make it A for other manufacturers to pro- videt as good shoes as formerly W L Douglas 350 shoes will continue to afford those ifl cellent styles easy fitting and supe I 3Sii rior wearing qunlit have in the sale of an 350 shoe in the world i 3iI This will make It especially for those who have never tried W L 350 shoes to wear them this reason mid thus prove that they are better than any other 350 shoes and equal tl ordinarily sold at much high rites t While such action by W L Dou must of necessity yet he i lain that the which i I he of such I 0I1n Lot No 3 six and 15c 20c and 25c Sale 9 No Lot No 4 and This lot is slightly ular 15c to 50c Sale on the lot 7J price impractical ex i action Large Enamel Milk Pans lOc Large Wash Basins lOc 1 Set Glass Tumblers I 10c Three 6c Bars Toilet Soap IOe 25c Enamel Bucket white lined rr1 20e 25c Enamel Dippers white 25c Milk Pan white lined 2Oe Twentyfive cent Pudding Pans white lined20cItve- ntyfive cent Wash Basin white 4Qt Berlin Kettle white lined 20c Blue Serge Coats all wool for boys sizes 28 to 33 worth 350sale price 198 Blue Serge Coats all wool for mensizes 34 to 46 worth 3751 sale price 249 Blue Serge Coat- srand Vests worth reg 5sale price Serge Coats and Vest worth reg ular 7sale price 498Also a nice assort of Luster Coats at 98ctsto298 We also carry a complete line of Furniture the kind that is made and finish edright OakRock ing Chairs with arms 150 to 8 Oak Dressers 750 to 25 Oak Suits 18 to 40 Oak Bedsteads 13 to 10 Visit us when in need of Furniture u- A fr J JI il oa oo Is2 f I ra- r s2 RELIABLE IN QUALITY AND WORKMANSHIP I XDOUGLAS FORMADE IL Lot No 5 consist of Misses White Canvass Slippens sizes 2 to 575c Sizes o to 885c Sizes P j tpliceLot No 0 consist of Ladies White Canvaso f n Slippers regular price 125 to 165 Sale y prico on the lot 1109 E Si ra I pLotsizesregular price 75c to 150 Sale price 69c O p- Lot No 9 consist of lIens Fine Shoes worth a regular 165 Sale price 129 a 3 i Lot No 8 consist of Ladies black Kid Slipco d pers range in pride from 125 to 2fO Price 2 Son lot 98c D3 Lot No110 consist of Mens fine Punts allUJtjnsizes and colors worth regular 150 3 Saleprice 98c Jj C 04 p Mens tH4 t l 9 III + Aii Opener During the Street Pair t 1JI il1ed20c lined20c 5Qt Preserving Kettle white liiiedirr 35c 1r 4h 14Qt Dish Pun 35c Largo Sauce Pun 35c 75c Dish Pan 50c s2Ia 75c Vater Pailu 50c r 4ferf chasing either Dry Goods or Groceries to the amount of T5 in cash we will give you ubsolutolv free 1 Hygenic sBaking set or Dutch Oven worth 1 Dont run to get J one of these They are something now i r c r j5 We want you to wait for this sale and save money by so doing Dont forget the date Sale begins Friday July 12 tend continues 10 days Vu hope ti sun you ut the jjZ i 4 T Street Fair and shall expect a visit from you Yours Respectfully T I 1cM CARSON rCOBCOI101rr I Har or4 KJ2 I J fy4 fy W t 444444444s4r tL Ly V I R Jr I L II 1f- tlJ viI S f rX r m I J i rr i F 1 t t s t- t i r READY FFORTHEA FAAY Cemocratic Party Unite And Confident SKETCH OF JUDGE SSJ WAGE R I And His Brilliant Work ii- OfficeA iin Sound Temperance I Man 4k A t Since the Republican party of Kentucky has acted in the matter o f placing a ticket for State offices iIn n tho Held and adopted and promul r thr cratic nominees and party leader- snij ready for the contest before the people of Kentucky In no campaign of late years have the prospects for Democratic success been more flat tering or tho campaigners of the party more ready to go upon the u stump as the champions of their nominees Since making nominations tthe Democrats have been impatiently awaiting the action of the opposition party the selection of their candidates and especially their party platform This meaningless document mien- and a dodger of the most hnportan- question of the day in Kentucky that of temperance and law enforcement will put thousands of Independent cit i tens in the Democratic columns i November The Democratic party needs no written platform to meett i It and would not even were It more strongly written for the Democratic i platform is written on the public rf records of the Common i JournalmI Its Assembly Acts Its Court Opinions child in the management of its fiscal affairs for the past seven years Fromi these records the orators of the party will draw their inspiration In cam paigning this year and with this rec f ord put before the people of the State there can be no doubt as t the result at the polls In November has nothing to fear from the closest Scrutiny of the public records In the matter of money expenditures and r throwing down the gauntlet to th i Republicans It has placed at the head rot its State ticket Judge S W Sager the man who since 1900 hasi I Ihad direct charge and control of the fiscal affairs ofthe State government this man whose every political ef tort has been crowned with success both at the hands of his party and the people at the polls it Is to be plttled against a man who as the Republican nominee for Governor has never known success in a politi cal battle and who is known not on ly in his party but to all who take dri interest in public affairs as a goodII man to carry the party banner there is no hope of being successful in the fighti- Somethiing of Judge Hageer the Democratic nominee for Goveror and head of the State ticket will be of especial interest to the people of the Sthte at this time when the pictur- of this opponent is being heraldedI in the Republican press of the State As stated above he has the first time to know defeat in a political1I campaign Coming into State poll I tics about eight years ago from the office of County Judge of the most prpgresslve county of Eastern Ken tricky Boyd whose fiscal affairs heI made a record in managing he easily won the party nomination for Treasurer I of Kentucky Filling that officet for tour years he early attracted the i attention of his associates in thet other State Departments as a man of f affalrs and lie had not served half his term before his name was being urged by those who knew his worth t for the more Important office of Auditor of Public Accounts Entering that race he easily took the lead for the nomination and added strength to the ticket upon which he was placed as the Democratic nom tree The record which he has made I t I as Auditor Is known to every business 1 I I man in Kentucky who has had occasion to come In contact with him In a business way and as the j party candidate for Governor he is most willing that his every act while fjn that office shall be weighed by the people In ascertaining his fitness i and especial qualifications for the office of Chief Executive of tile State In nominating him the Dem ocratic party feels that he has especial fitness to be the chief officer of the Commonwealth because of his Ol1ti service In the fiscal depart mont which has acquainted him with every department of the government i Its conditions and its needs and be CASTQRIA i For Infants and Children Ihi Kind YoiHiYi Always Bought 1 18stias lisrlKnature of x cadge as Governor Ke will take a position at the head of the severall Important State Boards and Com mlbslons on Which he Jigs been a ranking mentbeV for several years and is In better position than any ono else certainly In better position1 than his Republican opponent to car havRAs aQ official Judge finger has at every point londed assistance to Governor Beckham and stood with1 i him in the fight he has been waging for better observance of the laws of the Commonwealth He has not hes stated to declare himself in no un certain terms as favoring the tern pernnce legislation enacted by Dem ocrutlc legislators and to say that he will iif elected Governor use hi every prerogative to enforce thee laws upon the Statute books of Ken tucky and to enlarge the scope of tho County Unit law He is a fit and proper successor to the present Chief Executive 0of the Commonwealth and since selecting him as the their standard bearer In the campaign about to begin the party leaderst have the utmost confidence in his be- Ing o able to carry the Democratic banner to another victory BATTLEFIELD ECHOES SIXTIEStList of Killed and WoundedI McnHenrys Regiment The following record was found among some of the old papers of Mr John C Benton deceased in the res idence now occupied by F L Felix Hartford The following Is a list of the cas unities of Col John H McHenryst regiment at battle at Plttsburg AprilI the 6th and 7th 1862 Company A killed Capt Pres ton Morton John Combs Frank Mao son C W Moseley Wounded John 0 Butler David Duncan John Barr Thomas Elder S A Godsey W H Plrtle John R Abney J E Bratcher Ed Forbes Len Gary Sam Polelock Jacob C Stuart and J C Wilson Company B killed Jesse Alford Morgan Bratcher John DeWeese andI Joseph L Harder Wounded John Ferry Henry Bratcher WllllamBrlght Siiml Ferguson James Smith and Wm Duncan Company C killed John Kenne dy Wounded J W Kennedy fa tally W A Frazier J W Vanover Henry Vanover Lewis W Vanover severe J C McCarty Presley Hill Charles McCarty Robert Wlloby Ben CollierCompany D killed none Wound ed W D Taylor severe Company E killed none Wound ed Arthur Goodwin severe Joseph Elder W S Payton Ed Renolds William Gary and Absalom Carr Company F killed Wm H Ash Phile ip Rial John Oiler Meredeth HughessI and John C Zimmerman Company G killed J H Wester field WbriudedJ John M Bishop Seth Everly severe W F Condit Company H killed Robert Davis Wounded Wm J Landrum Frank Barton Pat Hster severe Wm McClaln Alvla Williams Joseph San dcrtur Andy Foster A J Jewel Marion Snnderfur L D Waltrip and Frank Haven Company T killed C C John son John Wilson Wounded Capt Vaughn not dangerous Curren Ramsey serious Demsey C White since dead Simpson Stout Frank Spears Colby Shroader and John flay ties Company K killed E A Hall Wounded John C Merrlt severe Ttal 17 killed and G6 wonuded Col McHenry and Lieut Col Stout both slightly wounded All The World Knows that Ballards Snow Lliilnient I hUll no superior for RhcumatismStiff Joints Cuts Sprains Lumbago and all pains Buy it try It and you will always use It Anybody who has used Dullards Snow Liniment is a living proof of what It does All we wilt of you Is to get a trial bottle Price 25c GO J and 100 Sold by J 1L Win iams m Too Informal Jplmry The doctor says Uncle Humphrey has Brlghts disease lifeI MamntaThe doctor may call it that If ho pleases my dear but you should Erlghts disease A Memorable Day v One of the days we remember with pleasures as well as with profit to our heaUh is the rate dri which we became acquainted with Dri Kings toI Now Life pms the painless purifir era that cure 1 headache and bilious nessAnd keep the b6wls iIghtjv25c at J H Williams drug store m I 4 t- k Y 1 t 1 SOLDIERS IN BATTLE At Jamestown ExpositionY Grounds CLASH WITH POWAN GUARDS caro1Una a General Scrap Norfolk Va July 9Five hundred members of the South Carolina ands Kentucky regiments of National Guards in camp at the Jamestown Exposition took possession of the Warpath tonight ran over coiices slonalres brdke up side shows and when resisted by the Powhatan Guards attacked them with sticks and stones forcing the use of sabers Several were Injured One soldier Joe Brashear of Kentucky Is in the Exposition Hospital with a fractured skull The other injured are Guard Proase cut on the elbow two fingers broken and face beaten up Capt Carpenter of the Powhatan Guards struck on breast with a rock Others are reported to have received slight injuriesToward the hour for closing the Warpath for the night tho soldiers became disorderly and began to rush in and out of shows refusing to pay admission fees and Interrupting per formances They refused to obey guards on duty and In several In stances brushed them aside Capt Carpenter and Adjt Garwood were soon on the scene with a reenforce ment The soldiers had already put tha House of Mirth and the Beauty Show out of business and had taken charge of the Streets of Cairo It was only after drawing sabers and using night sticks that the guards were able to eject them from from the building But the soldiers returned with re enforcements nnd angry at the rough treatment They again attempted to trite charge of Cairo It was then that Capt Carpenter ordered the ar rest of the alleged ringleaders C C Hastings Company H Kentucky reg iment and J Thompkins Company D South Carolina regiment With a wild shout the soldiers and there were fully five hundred on the scene rushed the guards in an effort to rescue the arrested men Wit drawn sabers the soldiers were held at bay while the prisoners were rushed to the Inclosed camp of the guards only a few hundred yards away They were followed by the soldiers Once inside of the camp and protected front a rush by the wire fence In stanellanelthen began to hurl everything movaba Into tho camp that could be fonud forcing the guards to take shelter on several occasions A large rock caught Capt Carpenter in the breast and he was knocked out completely Gaurd Prease saw the rock thrown that struck Capt Carpenter and jumping the fence placed Joseph Brashear of Company 0 Kentucky regiment under arrest Before they could get within the Inclosure he was surrounded by hundreds of angry sol diers His right elbow tans cut two fingers of the hand broken and he was beaten In the face The prisoner It Is charged also attacked the guard It was then that a blackjack was used antI Brashear laid out But he was rescued by his friends The arrival of reenforcements from the camp of soldiers put an end to the trouble just as it seemed as If would become more serious It ItII feared that firearms would have be used to repulse the angry men i j Drashear was taken to the Exposi I thin Hospital where he was later arrested and carried to the guardcamp But it was found that his condition was serious and he had to bo sent i back to the hospital for surgical attention Joseph Brashear until a monthl ago lived In Louisville Ky with his mother Mrs Annie E Brnshear For the past few weeks Mrs Rrushear amII her son have made their home in the country near Owensboro Brashear returned t Louisville last week InJJ order to take tile Jamestown trip with the Fist Kentucky He Is eighteen years of age Before leavII lug the city he lira attended Bryant J mid Strattons Business CoJleteIi O A SO003 A Bean theTheKind You Have Always Sol Signature ce Presidents Trip Down Mississippi Oyster Bay L I July Tfro details of the Itinerary of President Roosevelts Wcstren trip which is1 begin at the termination of summer vacation were hisII today by Secretary Loeb The Prea- idoutwill deavoa0ystr Bay itol Canton 0 September 29 He will maker 1 J j jl r an address at Canton at the dedl cation of the McKinley national mon Utnent September 30 and Ileave Immediately for Keokuk Jo where lie WlU arrive at 9 oclock October 1 Hd will make an address nt Keokuk and two hours after his arrival there will embark on tho steamer Missis slppl Front noon to 3 oclock next day he will spend In St Louis He will then continue his sail down the Mississippi the next stop being at Cairo III where he will spend the two hours from 9 until 11 oclock on October a An address will be trade by the President at Cairo and another at Memphis which will be reached tho next afternoon at 1 oclock An uninterrupted trip to Washington from Memphis will begin at 4 oclock October II Notice To miners and farmers We ask of you not to buy wagons or buggies from any person firm or corporation until he they or it recognizes the union and employ union men John Wilson Recording Secretary Done by order of Local Union U M W of A No 673 Echols Ken tucky 14tf DEAD AND WOUNDED IN FOURTH CELEBRATIONS Same Old Story of the Great Fun We Ameri cans HaveC- ASUALTIES Dead throughout the country 5f Fatally Injured102Prob- able i deaths from lockjaw 88 Injured In Chicago not fatal 87 Injured In other cities567B-y fireworks 427 By Cannon 44 By firearms 5Ci By gunpowder 68I By toy pistols 88 By dynamite eaves 53 By runaways 16 List does not include the follow lpg all attributable to the excitement of the day Murders 7 Suicides 14 Brownings 8 Chicago Ill July 4The annual slaughter has been done In the name or rather under the guise of patrlot isml Fiftyeight are known to be arehgrotmlng out their lives In hospitals It is certain that the list of victims to the glorious Fourth will ex coe- dliISthe total lust year In 1906 with all the precautions that could be taken by authorities tine total Injured reacted nearly fi I whenTallas large more likely lamer1 Inventors have brought forth new engines of destruction The toy Ills tol and cannon cracker and deadly dynamite cane have claimed their usual quota i One peculiar feature of the casual tlos this year Is the number of deaths from fright Of the five Instant deathsJ in this city four were from fright la New York three persons were killed by explosives and a girl was trampled to death under the feet of a panicstricken hprse scared by cel cbmhts CInclnnatl Philadelphia Milwaukee mind several other large cities report no nccldents1Insixty shot himself to eflcnpe theI noise John T Anderson killed self with morphine to escnpa the I noise John Murray an Infant was scared to death by the noise Ml Id rod11 Cllltoh a baby died when a skyrock iet itlck cnislfeil her skiill and John Donovan aged thirteen was numler ell by celebrants who practiced on him with their pis- tolsRheurnatism I have found a tried and tested cure for RhOl muttonI Not a remedy UiatvwlU straighten Un distorted limbs of chronlocrlpples nor turn bony growths back to flesh airaln That is impossible hut I can now surely kill tho pains and pangs of this deplorable disease In Germanywith a Chemist in tho City of Darmstadt I found tho last Ingredient with which Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy was made A perfected dependable prescription Without that last Ingredient I successfully treated many many cases Of Rheumatism butnow at last ItnnU fonnly cures all curable cases of this heretofore rmjcbdrcaded disease Those sand 1o granular wastes found In Rheumatic Blood seem todissolve and pass away under tho action of this remedy u freely as docs sugar when added to puro water And then when dissolved these poisonpus wastes freely pass from the system and tho cause of Rheumatism Is gone forever There Is now no real need no actual excuse to suffer tensor with out hilp Wo sell and II confidence recommend Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy v J H WILUAMS i Z WAYNE GRIFFIN BRO J J1 Ij I Tillers of the SoiltYou will make no mistake by visiting the well known and reliable firm oftt WILLIAMS MILLERkforanything you need For farming they handle Plows of all kinds and makes Disc Harrows Steel and Wood Frame Harrows Single and Double t Row Corn Drills and Riding and Walking Cultivators The Implements mentlqned above are of the latest patterns and best Improved a We also handle Wagons and Buggies With twenty years experience In the business we are able to know what Implements and Vehicles are best suited for thecounty In which we do bust ness By calling on us you will find the best selection of Implements and Vehicles In the county at very modorate prices s We always carry repairs for the goods we handle so the farmers will save time and money by buying of us IN ADDITIONII We have the best equipped shop in the county which Is filled with the latest Improved machinery which enables us to do firstclass work We do all kinds of Blacksmithing in firstclass shape and are always on hand and ready to save our customers time and money Call and see us and try our mechanism All work done at very moderate prices l WILLIAMS MILLER Beaver Dam Ky Owensboro Mill Supply Go i OWENSEOROJKY HEADQUARTERS FOR MILLt1311tELJEI5 r WRITE FOR PRICES ON V iPIPE FITTINGS VALVES LUBRICATORS INJECTORS BELT ING PACKING HOSE PUMPS BABBIT METAL SHAFTING E HANGERS COUPLINGS SET COLLARS WASTE LUBRI CATING AND MACHINE OILS CUP GREASE BOILERS ENGINES BOILER TRIMMINGS AND FIXTURES ETC Your Order Solicited Prices Always Right I i rOillO County 4 Supply Go- 1IIELrtfrc1 1 I YJJ EXTENSIVE DEALERS IN I j AIIKindsarmingImpIementsBuggies j t IJE rnesc 1 1Carry full lines of Fence Wire and Wire 1Fencing+ J J11 itofitr i111 famous Oliver Chilled Plows Blount True Blue and jj Moline Plows and repairs for same also agent for the Mitchell Mogul Blount and Owensboro Wagons Deer IJ ing and Milwaukee Harvesting Machinery Etc Etci J ifl HEADOUARTERS for FARMERS SUPPLIES r t La Prices are always Right I T D RENFROW DENTIST i I All work In his line executed by thett most improved methods Crown und bridge work a specialty All work guaranteed Office up stairs next door to Woerners shoe store Hart ford VHITES Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDYi THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC BCWAMC Of IMITATIONS THE OCNUINK PRKPAMCD ONLY B f BallardSnow Liniment Co- ST XOUia MO Sold and recommended bj J H Williams t r 1 ESTABLISHED 1858 If its a ring a diamond a watch Jewelry or silver I getIroatpricesOLDEST ORDER HOUSE- IN THE SOUTHu Idushely JAMES C BENNETT KyiAUCTIONEER yt Will sell any and all kinds of prop erty in Ohio county Terms reasons ble Your patronage solicited t Y t- t i- r C HARTFORD HERALD i WEDNESDAYSJULY 10 y HEBER MATTHEW5 FRANK L FELIX EDITORS eSANKL FELIX rnblUher It Prop Democratic Ticket November Election 1907 Governor S W HAGER I Attorney General I JON W HENDRICK Supt Pub Instruction M 0 WINFREY Commissioner of Agriculture n J W NEWMAN I Lieutenant Governor i I SOUTH TRIMBLE I Auditor L H M BOSWORTH I Secretary of State G HUBERT VREELAND Treasurer I RUBY LAFOON r Clerk Court of Appeals r JOHN B CHENAULT United States Senator- J C W BECKHAM For State Senator 7th District ROBT HARDISON For Railroad Comr 1st District McD FERGUSONt r Wonder If Mr Wattersons dark horse is a chestnut No town ought to beIn bad odor with the public Moral Clean up Why hand a fellow a lemon There are several varieties of fruitl cheaper than lemons Mr Bryan continues to wear a smilelike the enthusiasm for him that wont come off Some fellows arewondering it Co Wattersons tiedout candidate is yet at the end of the halter Since shingles and bed slats bay mostly gone out of style boys do not seem to get the whalings they used tot will be noted that there are vat uable ailments being discovered b the medical profession almost everyday Stick to the Constitution say an exchange Right But Mr Hoose welt seems to prefer taking a Big Stick to It An exchange says No great orator has ever been elected President of the United States But Mr Bryan yet has a chance When the unwritten law gets put into writing then we shall have leas juggling in courts And per haps more justice hasJohn D Rockefeller eight au tomoblles which he gives In to the tax assessor t1t a total value of 1 300 Doesnt that make you feel like you were spinning along some Same old story same steep price we pay for the privilege of celebrat lug Independence Day The after math the list of casualties on last Thursday the 4th was a frightful brie K + rl I r1 AIL- Mayor Bingham has put the lid on in lLoulHYJlle and screwed it down tight Thus by his appointment and this act has Gov Beckham redeem ed the lost and most important prom ise of his campaign I President Roosevelts designation 1 of an undesirable citizen is found in the Hartford Republicans opinion of the fellowa measley creature it calls himwho cannot agree with it on what the Republican State Platform means i j r Lti tts Raid that ignorance of the law excuses no one That is a very fine axiom and it ought to be applied wherever it is deserved But it seems like a very petty business rath er uncalled for for officers of the law to alight upon and prosecute Incorporated firms because in their printed advertisements they uRed inc instead of the full word in corporated it Is simply a new read 1 fug of the law which needed nothing more severe than attention called to it when it would of souse have been obeyed In its review of the Republican State Platform two weeks ago The Herald said It advocates certain things which of course everybody is in favor of notably vin the sixth park agraph This paragraph reads There should be prompt und effi cient enforcement of the criminal laws of every kind and at all times f r Amen So say we all But this par agraph like charity rovers a mul titude of sins If this clause is the t Platforms stand on Sunady Closing ad the Hartford Republican avers v L a q why did it not meet this Important Issue in plain words The Hartford Republican characterizes those persons who do not read and understand the Republican State Platform just as it reads an dundc stands it as measley creatures But such vile abuse of those who do not agree with its views on political matters is not calculated to win votes This is an age when every man has a right to read and think for himse without being abused and vilified ffor any stand he may take in a matter It is no sign that a fellow is a meas ley creature and a scoundrel because he does not agree with your views politically or otherwise The Hartford Republican says Willson seems to be a good name to conjure with just now True very true no doubt of It and the Republican leaders are using Mr Willson and the platform he Is running on for all they are worth just now to cunjure the voters with Conjureto juggle to prnc tico magic to perform mysterio acts the dictionary says Even so Mr Wlllsons name is all right 1b itself but taken in connection with his platform it indeed Is as the Republican says a good name to conjure with just now We give the Republican credit for being frank about the matter HEFLIN July SRev H P Brown filled his regular appointment at Woodward Valley Sunday Mr Will Higgs and family spent Sunday with Mr Herman Pirtle and family at No Creek Mr Richard Fuqua and family vir ited relatives at No Creek SaturdB night and Sunday Several from here spent the Fourth at the locks Messrs Roy Forrester and Foster Bennett of Hartford were in this vicinity Sunday afternoon Messrs A C Porter and Grover Pirtle visited friends at Owensboi from Wednesday until Friday Mr Cords Bennett and wife of Be la spent Saturday night and Sunda with Mr Tom Tanner and family Mr Jesse Foster and wife and lIss Bertha King spent Sunday with M Lewis Easterday and family at Bedi Mr Reuben Leisure attended the Curial of his brotherinlawMr Fran Rowe at Centertown Saturday Miss Ada Mitchell of No Creek IIs visiting relatives here Messrs T F Tanner andS L Whlttaker attended the County Convention of the A S of E at Hartford Friday Beware of Ointment for Catarrh that Contain Mercury Asi mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derang the whole system when entering i It hrough the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except in prescriptions from reputable phy clans as the damage they will do Is ten fold t6 the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrl lure manufabtured by F J Cheney c Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous sur aces of the system In buying Halls Jatnrrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and mad In Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney df Co Testimonials tree Sold by Druggists Price 75c per bottle Take Halls Family Pills for con tipatiQnN r rrrr m Important Notice It is very important that I know at- aU times just where the Ohio cotta ty graders are Hence those iifiln hem will please report to me as to heir location and how long they will hue to be used In that locality Pleas ont fall to comply with the above G A Ralph Road and Bridge Commissioner for Ohio county 2- 8tiHelpHelp I Im Falling Thus cried the hair And a I kind neighbor came to the res cue with a bottle of Ayers Hair Vigor The hair was saved This was because j Ayers Hair Vigor is a regular i hair medicine Falling hair is caused by a germ and this I medicine completely destroys these germs Then the healthy scalp gives rich healthy hair The belt kind of a testimonial II Bold for over stay years toweli Xul PECTORALAzjers ir G PRICE pOGED ON SANITARIUMS STOCK Promoters of New Baptis State Infirmary Will Raise 200000 The General Committee appointed at the last State Baptist Associatio at Mayfield to have charge of the plans for the State Baptist Sanltai lura in Louisville has determined ito place the stock in the new instltu tion at 25 a share instead of 100 a share as at first propoS EIgh thousand shares winbesoldto raise the sum of 8206000 required tot the Ollterprlsejj The new institution which will be conducted under the auspices of the Baptist denomination will be second to no other infirmary in the city Persons of any religious belief will be eligible to buy stock or becom inmates of the sanitarium Whit the new enterprise will be run strict ly on a pay basis provision is to bo made for the treatment those who are unable to pay Nothing has ye been done with reference to Ji location for the sanitarium An agent to canvass the State for stock subscription will shortly be appointed The Generall Committee is composed of Theodore Harris chairman E M Coleman secretary Dr W T Bruner Dr J B MapIn of Louisville HS Wilson of Eminence J R Puryear of Paducah M P Hunt of Louis ville and A Gatliff of Williams burg The subcommittee is made up of E M Coleman chairman M P Hunt and Dr W T Bruner t Master Commissioners Sale Ohio Circuit Court Kentucky Iemmens Reitz Sons Co Plaintiff vs John B Wilson Adntrllac Defend nts By virtue of a judgment and order if sale of the Ohio Circuit Court ren lered at the May term 1907 in the shove cause for the purpose af settling thc estate 61 S D Warden deceased and paying costs herein I will offer i I or sale by public auction at the onMon1darI I bout one oclock p m upon a credit of six months the following described ironertjytowit Beginning at the stone on Thomas Rlif ells land thence running Sputh to Mrs Carneharis land 100 poles to a sweetgum and oak on the bank of a branch thence West 160 poles to a each thence North 100 poles to alack gum thence East 160 poles to the beginning containing 100 acres DPS 11 acres on epst ccorner of saidI urvey which wakBold to Phillip nIRobertson Excepting also the tolY lowing boundary Beginning at an clm tree marked a corner between Phillip R Robertson and S D Warden thence N 58 poles 6 feet and 7 Inches thence W 57 poles to a rockI tanked as a corner thence S 58 poles G feet and 7 inches to a stone thencq E3 57 poles to the beginning contain- Ing 20 acres and 3 rods more or lens The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security Immediately alter sale This 9th day of July 1907 R E 1Ee fjlnimerman Snecftil Commissioner- Ikens I Glenn find Felix Attornes lr f Ta en up JEstray One black kovf about two years old and will velgh 300 pounds Own I er can get same by paying for this all and expense of feeding and at ending to the hog for past two reeks W H Morris 27t2Ceralvo Ky 1 Hall Canes Autoonph I orIIslt to wily collector Itt n very curious way One day a Inorter nt the hotel brought him a registered jettejij Ho signed the 1 ecelnt and wxv then naked to sign a ccond paper Wucli he was told had to- Ibe returned toltofrt sender of the letter Jew to AmericnnVyayH he did 83 and I fhen be opened a the+ I ttephei found It to be u note of thanks for his auto i mph which he had ot course np+ tended to the paper London Tit Bits I IThe Plains of Abraham The historic plains of Abraham will be dedicated as a national pork at the Jcbrntlon next year of the three hUll redth anniversary of the founding of luebec provided those most prominent In the commemoration are able to have Ilhelr way At present the plains are tarred by a rifle factory and instead flf listening to the teiimnd that they amove to another site the owners of the plant demand more room Steals Are Following the Buffalo From latest reports It Is clear that our great peal herd Is rapidly dlssip carhiR ns the result of panelling and III spite of the efforts of the United totes authorities Today there nine nly 180000 se sin where tlmre word 000000 fifty ycapfakq The history DC the buffalo ivabout to be repeated 4 i ft f j tix l IEP s1ss iThe Advent of July 4II F Suggests the necessity of getting out and marking down allodds and ends of the seasons purchases andwe j have proceeded to get out every Odd Suit every Odd ridCoat and Vest and every Odd Coat suitable for imme1diate use and mark them at a price that will naturally force its sale When you see these lots of Marked down Clothing you wont be able to restrain yourself f from buying Note these big markdown prices i SixDollar Suits cut to 400ff SevenDollar Suits cut to t 475 I EightDollar Suits cut to 3 550 TenDollar Suits cut to 700 TwelveDollar Suits cut to 850 r FifteenDollar Suits cut to 1000 EighteenDollar Suits cut to 1350 TwentyDollar Suits cut to 1500 t tI I MILLINERY I4 f J Miss Merne King the head trimmer in this department will be with us another week owing to the accu t mutation of orders which she couldnt possibly get out by July 4th Anticipate your Hat necessities for the entire season Visit our Millinery section and havetyour Hats made ready for any demand the seasons k pleasures may bring forth But remember we can fix up a Hat for you at any time during the season and willappreciate any favors along that line rw LBeaver IkK FALLEN ROCK July GThe farmers are done cut ting wheat The picnic at Yeaman last Saturday was well attended and all had a nice time Mrs Sarah Shrader and granddaugh ter Miss Hattie Shrader visited Mr Thos Shrader of Davidson Station from Sunday until Tuesday Born to the wife of Henry Davison a fine eightpound boy Ore Godsey and Byers attending physicians Missed Mamie and Alice Bratcher were the guests of Miss Lizzie Du gan last Sunday Miss Nora Patterson who had been vlsltlnsrplatlps near here returned MondayIClair has been via I iting Dundee for the past wee- klIlssGola Rebarker of near As kIns Station and Miss Lizzie StClalr were the guests of Miss Minnie God soy last Sunday Mrs Mary Burton who had been the guest of relatiyes here started for her home in Kansas last Tuesday Mrs Mollie Dlnwlddle of Tennes Bee who had beep visitingI her lpar- ents Mr and MrsW V Tunstall and other relatives for the pastI month returned home last Tuesday f Miss Hattlo Shradcr was the guestt1i of Miss Alice Bratchcr lust Thurs IIda Lightning Strikcs Both Men Somerset Ky July 8A most peculiar and fatal prank was played by lightning during a rain and thunder storm when Walter Singleton ofII Waynesburg who was visiting Joe Thompson was Instantly killed and Thompson badly shocked I They had taken refuge under sepa rate trees from the rain the trees standing within a few feet of each other when lightning struck the tree I uncdr which Thompson was standing played off onto the wire which con necte dthe two trees and killed Sin gleton instantly OLA TON helOjnowD Cooksey and family Saturday night And Sunday Brother Oldham filled his appoint meat at Olaton Baptist church Saturday and Sunday He will be their preacher this year School begins here today with Miss Stella Daniel as teacher Mr Hardin Porter will ship a load of stock from Olaton today People are about done stacking wheat in this neighborhood The far I mers are busy cutting oats nowii Mule Colt Show On Saturday September 7 1907 at the Fair Grounds Hartford Ky we will give a premium of 750 for the beat mare mule colt and 750 for the hurt horse mulovcOlt from our jacks for the season of 1000 We expect some mule buyers here on thin date and It will be to your interest to fix your mule colts and bring them in 8t2 Black Blrkhead t Subscribe tor THE HERALD11 i IIOOOOOOOOOO O 6ooooo0- II Z gSimply the visible sign that babys tiny hopes 0are not forming rapidly enough 0 6 Lack nourishment is the cause 40 o Scoftjr Emulsion nourishes babys S entire system Stimulates and makes bone 0Exactly what babyneeds DRUGGISTS i SOc AND 1100 v 0ALL= 6oooooo00o OOOO+OftOO tf c J 0o BEN B MILLER IAR1ISTzO PAINTER 1t Hertford Ky4ar f PRICES REASONABLE Alt WORK GUARANTEED H Som 1ttgNtWf HANDMADE i INPOSflADESJ J 1 IYour windows measuredand Shades made to order The best Cara n mago Shade Cloth used and jruaron r teed to be hung perfectly truQ Upon aL HARTSHORN shade roller A1U work that dpes not give satisfaction frii s will be replaced free of charge All a i shades put to your windows free ofsI uhy extra CosLSoo mo for prices t They are low i IYour cleaning and pressing well I done and according to style Willl make you a Suit to your measure arw1 guarantee a fit I aIii Pearls Pantior urn l Pearl D TweddelJ u HARTFORD KY tiit f OIITUARIESCHARQES ETC Tate HBRALi will print short death noticed i nd resolution of respect to the extent of jyd twordl free of charge All over ISO words IS charged for at the rate of one cent per word The I cash musty manuscript or the article f rill be cut down to the required limit ALT 1I+ j obituary poetry U ORe cent per word Pottage iUtripsUken iame o cash r it t ii c r as ii- t i ei AT PAIRS1 A FRIDAY and SATURDAY 1 t Y t To gir4 thus who will attend thti bit Street Fair an ft opportunity to gain what they miseI hy pot attending 1J rnr two las pp oal lust Friday and JStiturh4ywe jJ Of 1d I led to continue our saleJ ft t t2 11a CXTtHltI to you a ypecial invitation to visiti UP I Mix n little business with pleasure Make the two L lays a time of g neral satisfaction Come early Fri t ttday ro iriiing Bring your friends Mako our house t your headqu trtre during the two days Reduced prices on all Wash Goods 50 doz 25c black lace stripe Hose 1 15c pr ot 25 doz Union Heuck Towels 35cent J values at 1 Oc each 50 pieces No 22 allsilk Ribbon 20centf values at 15c I J EJE 20cent values at 1 Oc 4 36inch guaranteed black TaffetaSilk E 1 125 value at l 00EE OUR BASEHENT You cant afford to come and not visit it A light 4 commodious room filled entirely with useful articles worth from 15c to 25c Our price 5c andlOc Noth ing higher Be sure to call Remember the place 1l Beaver Dam Railroad Time Table North Bound South BoundI No 132407 am No 1211131 am No1221230 VMII No 101248 pm No 102248 pm No 131 340 pmI t J E Williams Agt ifif k iKrost Frost Frost j Frost at City Restaurant Fruits of all kinds at City Restau rant Alnt that Fish fine nt City Res taurantVhlle I at the Street Fair visit Cars il Cor dur1UJItheBargains In Clothing and Straw Hate at Carson Qos Cheese Sausage Cakes and Crack ers at City Restaurant tChe little folks can sow be hajipy Merrygoround In town tITP H Asliby Centerlowu was among our callers yesterday All 1 c Lawns 12 l2c and 10c qualities at 9c at Barnard 8 Cos i tlf you attend the Street Fair and want bargain see Carson Co Pine Apple Frost at City Restau rant Try It So good and cold Ice Cream Sherbet Top CocaCola and Lemonade at city Restaurant r Mr George Foreman returned with his wife from Louisville Saturday v VIsit Barnard Cos during the Street Fair lieu will be glad of It We will try to make It pleasant for M you at the StreotrFalrw Carson Co We are going to sell our Lawns Ox fords and Matting Get our prices Barnard Co FOR RINTA five room cottage 5 5on Frederica street Apply at this office 2frtt 4 ohl ohl those Steak Meals at City r rRestauranthow they tickle the hun rlgry a See the Hartford Mill Co for pure i Lead and Oil as well as Mixed Pants 23tf i I-rJ f Mrs Sarah Hines and daughter a Mrs Casey Horton called to see us Jesterday A Andersonand family of Owensboro are expected to arrive In town Thursday to spend a few days visiting relatives and friends v r + k Money saved Is money made We will make money for you during the Street Fair Carson Co Thirtycent Matting marked down to 25c and 25c Matting to 21c at Bar nard Cos Master James Glenn who has been on the sack list for the past week Is convalescent City Restaurant made the Cream and Sherbet for the Masonic supper Wasnt it good Mrs Jo A Barnett andlittle daugh ter Sylva Denver Col are the guests of relatives id town Rev Mrs I M Wooseley prtstthed nn excellent sermon at the CoP Church here Sundays Mrs Elizabeth Martin and son Henry of Taylor Mines vlslttrl rel atives here last week Mr r J Morton and family of Island Ky visited relatives In town the first of this week Oh my City Restaurant vlll just have everything good toeat and drlnI during the Street Fair Little Miss Grace Tuppan South Carrollton Is the guest of her brother Dr J B Tappan Messrs Eugene Stroud Centcrtown and T N Daniel Horse Brunch were among our callers yesterday Mr A E Rankles Augusta Ky representing the Champion Bridge Co was a pleasant caller Thursday Mrs Strother Hawkins Is very 111 of typhoid fever at the family residence nearI the Baptist church Rev Edgar Fogle of Georgetown was the guest of his brother Attorney J E Fogle u few days recently MrsGeo Owen of Centcrtown Is Is thQ guest of her parents Mr and Mrs D PBerryman near town Mr S M Wilson Central City was the guest of his brother Judge Jno B Wilson a day or two last week Messrs Lawrence and Mack Daniel of Narrows paid The Herald a pleasant call while In town Monday We have llots of Windows andUoorfi stock sizes and we make tho odd sizes 23tf Hartford Mill Co Upon another page of The Herald will be found the quarterly statement ot the Ohio County Bank of Hartford rhls Is ono of tho substantial Institutions of the county and makes a most crcdltable h whtgh tr I- e j r I By trading at qur store you can niceClittlel CARSON CO t i iLeae your Laundry at my Grocery ideliveryIIi Agt Richmond Steam Laundry 1 r We dons believe In carrying goods over for the next season so we are j going to sell at cut prices Barnard Co Why worry over making Ice Cream and Sherbet when you can buy It at City Restaurant In any quantity you want Little Miss Norine Barnett near town visited her aunts Misses Malls sa and MIttie May Owensboro last week Mr Taylor Bartley and family who had been the guests of Mr and Mrs Robert Forrester returned toRomney Hid Monday Miss Katherlne Berryman Hartford Is on an extended visit to friends and relatives In Louisville Ky and Jef feraonville Ind Old papersto line shelves and drawers and put under carpets c plenty of them for sale at The Her ald office cheap The Sunday Schools of Hartford had an attendance last Sunday of 230 This shoNvs an increase The total collections amounted to 800 Mrs Rev To B Rogers and children Springfield Ill who have been visiting relatives here for the past two weeks have returned home j Mr and Mrs Luther Norris Ow onslioro were the guests of Mrs Norris parents Mr and Mrs R A Anderson Friday and Saturday Mr and Mrs U S Carson are the proud parents of a baby boy born yesterday Mother and babe doing I well and Doe is happier than ever We are going to make extra low t pries on all Clothing Shirts Dress Goods Hats and Shoes for the Street Fair Dont fall to give us a call Carson Co We are informed that the wheat being threshed in the Goshen neigh boyhood Is falling short from one I third to onehalf as compared with last year I IIT 1 Ed Johnson Buel Iyrwas I the guest of Mrs Ann Bennett Sun I day Mrs Bennett accompanied him I home and will make her daughter a two weeks visit Mr Henry Weinshelmcr has gone on an extended pleasure trip including Owensboro St Louis points in Colorado and will also take in the Jamestown Exposition Mr R T Collins who had been the guest of relatives here returned to Louisville Sunday His wife and children remain in Hartford for a few weeks the guests of relatives and friends Dr J B Tappan the jeweler will move his stock and place of business from his present quarters to the room recently occupied by Taylor Bros barbers just above the Commercial Hotel next week Mrs Dr J H1Vhlteand son Samuel of Charleston Mo will ar rive today from Owensboro where they have been visiting relatives to be the guests of Mrs Whites parents Capt and Mrs S K Cox On account of a breakdown In our machinery We were compelled to cur tail communication from Cromwell also to leave out the news from Fried aland Luzernc and Sulphur Springs this week We regret this but under the circumstances it was unavoidable Mr Lee Loug and family of Bowl InR Green are visiting relatives and friends in Hartford and Beaver Dam Mr Long was formerly manager and heart partner in the Economy Store here He says be is getting along splendidly with his dry goods store at Bowling Green The Ohio County Medical Society will meet In Hartford Wednesday July 17 at 10 a m The membership has increased over last year but not all practitioners are members yet but are urged to make application atI once Write Dr E W Ford Secy for the blank applications lack Hall the only prisoner now confined In the Ohio county jail on request of the Sheriff R B Martin last Monday morning pointed out and delivered to the Sheriff the tools which the prisoners came near mak- Ing their escape with a few weeks ago The tools consisted of an old case knife which had been converted Into a saw together with several bars of iron that had been taken from tho Iron bedsteads used in the jail Marriage license since last report Weaver Sharp McHenry to Ursula hither McHenry Jo Russell Co lumbia Ky to bliss Jean M Duncan McHenry A Jo Hockenberry Rock port to Mary Huff Rockport A T Blshtfp Rockport to FJora Legrand Rockport SoW Elkins Ralph to t d i DeckIerport Arthur Westerfield Narrows to Iva Batty Narrows WB M Houston Taylor Mines to Emma E Reid Beaver Dam D L Leisure Manda to Rosa Baize Baizetown Cleveland Johnson Sulphur Springs to Rosa Ford Horton A T Stewart town to Lizzie Baize Baizetown BaizeI Kid W Br Wright was given a pleasant surprise and paid a deserved compliment while filling his appointment at the Christian church here last Sunday morning He was pre sented with a handsome solid gold K P watchcharm In recognition of the excellent manner In which he con duCted the services on Memorial Day of the Knlghta of Pythias here The jewey was presented in a most touching manner by Col C M Barnett In behalf+ of the lodge Eld Wright was almost overcome but responded feel li InglIMATANZAS July 8Raln Is needed badly here Crops are damaging considerably on account of the drouth Misses Rena Tlchenor and Orpha Bell are visiting relatives In Hart ford this week Mrs Jane Hell and son Robert and two daugliteers of Pond River visited relatives hero last Saturday and Sun day Mrs Bertha Armstrong who has been visiting relatives here for two months left for her home in Ft Worth Tex last Sunday- S W Bilbro and Mrs Lula Withrow were married last week at Princeton Ky Their many friends here wish them a long and happy life Miss Mubcl Tlchenor Is visiting relatives in Central City this week W K Tames and Charlie Igleheart went to Central City today S A Bratchcr of Hartford was here last Sunday Miss Gull Tichenor of Pleasant Ridge Is the guest of relatives here J C Bennett of Hartford was here a few days last week Appointed Jailer Judge W il Taylor appointed Mr Mack Daniel of near Olaton as jail er in tho place of Mr Oscar Midklff deceased The appointment was made yesterday afternoon whereupon Mr Daniel executed bond and took the oath of office as jailer The appoint ment only runs to the next November election whoa a jailer will be elected to fill out the unexpired term the vacancy having occurred more than GO day before the succeeding election The appointee is a brother of the de ceascd jallers wife rTax Notice Sheriff R B Martin has received certificate from Audlor Hager of the amount of taxes due from Ohio county and Is now ready to receive taxes tf Best Ever The banquet given by Hartford Lodge No Gji F A M last Mon day evening was one of the most enjoyable occasions that has occurred hi Hartford In many months The dinner was spread at the dining hall I I of the Ohio County Fair Cos beautI- ful i grounds and about 5 oclock the hall was full and an overflow table I was erected outside and 225 plates I barbecuedIl cull i Messrs W H Moore L P Foreman and E L BulllngtonI Visiting members their wives and sweethearts were present from nearly every lodge In the county and work j was had in three degrees two in the afternoon and one at night On the ac count of the lack of time we were unable to give the matter in detail The Smile I That wont come off appears on ba ii s taco after one bottle of Whites Cream 7crmifug the great worm med icine Why not keep that smile on babys face If you keep this medi cine on hand you will never see any thing else but smiles onhlsface Mrs S Olackwell Okla writes My baby as peevish and fretful Would not oats and I feared he would die wediu bottle of Whites Cream Ver tnituge and he has not had a sick day since Sold by J H Wliiams m Insure Your Property With RILEY LIKENS They write for old and tried companies only The best Is the cheapest 7tf Jamestpwn TerCentennlal Ex position Norfolk Va April 26 November 30 1 071Rates from Beaver Dam Ky Season excursion ratesdates of saleAprIl 19 November 30 Inclusive Final return limit December 1fi 19071 Rate for round trip 3045 Slxlyday excursion rates dates of sale April 19 November 30 Inclusive Final return llm t sixty 60 days from date of sale not to exceed Dec 1ber ID 1907 Rate for round trip 2870- F1ltcenday excursion rates dates f t r v 1YOUR- Midsummer Needs has come when you dont need so 1 jijiTimeclothes but of the kind you are To meet this need we that we are in good shape to supply iifeel wants Our stock having been late we are particularly strong on r r 1 Hot Weather Goods 2 flToWe are going to reduce the price on every piece of Matting and every pair of Oxfords in the house j ginning on July 5 and continuinguntil closed bettpart of our stock must go We have been very fortunate in seeming tile agency for the LADIES HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS I Progress is our motto The Ladies Home Journal is the most progressive and enterprising journal in the I world and this store is now its home as well as the home of the Patterns they make The prices are lOc mand 15c They are rapidly supplanting other patterns 11on account of being so easy to use and they do not 1 waste material r J1 S For Your Needs This month Ask RNco coIj Hartford Ky k y vvTTTT1 rRr KENTUCKY 1 SCHOOL OF TELEGRAPHY f j CpensSept 21971 With thorough instructions in Telegraphy I Equipnlent as on all Telegraph lines We give you a thor i ough Telegraphic education and guarantee you a paying position direct from school rates to first twenty enrolling DAY FOR FULL INFORMATION Specialtt V Ij Kentucky School of Telegraphy Owensboro Kentucky of sale April 19 November 30 inclu sive Final return limit fifteen days from date of sale not to exceed De cember 15 1907 Rate for round trip 13GO Couch excursion rates dates of sale April 25 1907 and on each Tues day April 30 to November 26 1907 Inclusive Final return limit ten 10 days from date of sale Rate for round trip 1620 iCtf J E WlllIamsAgt An Important Question Easily Ans wered Where did you get that good Watch so cheap Why at J B Tappans the most uptodate Jeweler with the largest and most reliable stock over carried In Ohio county Card af Thanks Editors Herald Allow me through your excellent paper to express my sincere thank to mymany friends of Centertown and vicinity for their kind assistance during the sickness and death of my dear little boy Luther Smith and time expressions of their sympathy L P Drake Notice to Or Customers- We are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not affect ed by time National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recom mend It as a safe remedy for chil dren and adults J H Williams m Osteopathictfenoe Union Street Hartford r f S1 I CROMWELL July 8School at this place began Monday morning Prof James reports a large enrollment Prof James is an excellent teacher and we feel very proud to have him with us again The reunion at this place was quite a success Everything was perfectly quiet plenty to eat c though It was said to be the largest crowd that had been together in Ohio county for many years The good citizens ol Cromwell are glad to have the honor of getting It again next eaTc Foteys Honey and Tar forcfilldrensafcsurc No opiates 1 I ALL PRICES Of Goods in My Line QUALITY EQUAL Gwen in Mail Catalogs or Newspaper Ads will be found equally as low and many times low er at J B TAPPAN Reliable Jeweler and Optician HARTFORD KY T 1W Y r N r 4Y aii a i h y yR9 r xnf I tHARTFORD HERALD WEDNESDAY JULY 10 f Parties who write to us to have the odarees of their Herald changed w- plcace 1 give the old as well as the new ddress This will save us much 1 rouble i lWATT GETTINGGRICI i iUFrom Proceeds of Georgi Gold Mine KETCH OF THE NOTED LEADS f Who was Defeated by William O BradleyHas Given Up Politics I Hon P Watt Hardin one of thc bestknown leaders among Kentucky I Democrats in recent years is accumulating a vast fortune from a Georgia gold mine For several year t past the eminent lawyers name had disappeared from Kentucky dlscui slon and his friends wondered at his silence Ben Lee Hardin a brother gave InformationWatt Is in Georgia He 1 i Is interested in a gold mine He Is re ported to be getting rich He IiIs coming back to Kentucky in about a week to visit his old home at Har- rodsbnrg Jt is nuderstood that former Vice President Adlal E Stevenson whose daughter a son of Watt Hardin mar rled IB one of those interested IIn the Georgia sold mine Mr Hardl Is making HUs headquarters at Gaines vllle Ga The mines are a short distance from Gainesville In addl lion to being Interested In the min Ing property Mr Hardin has charge of the water plant at the mines Mr Hardins wife died many year ago and the members of his famll are now located In different parts of the country Thousands of friends who have missed him from the ranks recently- will congratulate him on his goodII fortuneSeveral years ago P Watt Hardin was one of the most prominent Demo cratlc leaders In Kentucky Three times he served the State as Attor ney General and during campaigns his voice was heard from nearly ev- cry stump In the Commonwealth In IS05 he was chosen as tho Dem ocratlc nominee for Govrenor but I was unable to carry the party to vie tory William 0 Bradley a Repub Itrun being electedI Then came the Democratic State Convention In 1S99 in Louisville af ter one of the hottest campaigns In the history of Kentucky with Har din Capt W J Stone and William I Goebel as the candidates for the gu bernatorial nomination The exciting times at Music Hall invention are still fresh In the mem ory of Kentuckians Hardin lost the nomination to Goebt11 This seemed to take all ambition for political hon ors out of Hardin jn was only a short time atter the SJO convention until Hardin left the rStjiK going to Virginia where he had invested In mining and timber i A Square Deal I assured you when you buy Dr Plerees It Itb medicines for all the Ingredl entering Into them are printed on the hottl wrappers and their formulas f ire attested under oath as being complete and correct You know just what you are paying for and that tho ingredients aro fathered from Naturos laboratory being relected from the most valuable native iwVllclnal roots found growing in our American fcr fS3ii while potent to turcI ue per char I Ie to the most Jcllcato worn a 1 III Not n rtrou n r rorlnto 11 n tic j I I IS user t I nr xI IlrrI IrJIlIf I tl- n I PII lIdIII Ultm vz u i I Cf 1111 iiycerinB nus agent possesses intrinsic m aicluai properties ot IIts being IL most valuable aUscltlc ancl OWI1II ffrmcut nutritive and soothing demulI 1 cut 4 plays an Irportant part In DrIlercos Golden Medical Discovery In the euro of Indigestion dyspepsia and weak stomach attended by sour risings heartburn foul breath coated poor anpotltc gnawliijr fouling tonguoI ach biliousness and kindred dcrangoI irnentsof tho stomach liver and bowels curing nil the ahovo distressing ailments thoGolilfii Minlical Discovery is a specific for all diseases of the mucous membranes as catarrh whether of the nasal passages or of the stomach bowels or pelvic organs I3vr u In Its ulccratlve j stags It will yield to this sovereign rem edy If Its use bo jiersnverod in In Chronic Catarrh of tho Nasal passages It Is well while taking thin Golden Medical Dist cpvery for the necessary constitutional treatment to cleanse the passages freely ai two or three times a day with Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy This thorough course of treatramit generally cures the worst cases In irouyhs and hoarseness caused br bronchial throat and lUllS alloctloiis except ctti + sumptloaln Its adyatifud states tlionUolIun t Medical DUrovcry Is a most tlliclent remedy especially In thoso obstinate hanson s Scourhscausedbyirritatlonandeoncestlonof yA thtjUronclilaltoucou1 membranes TheII IUs I not so good for acute coughs ariav icuvuryIssudden cold4 nor must It bo ex to cuo consumption In its advanced l1 l1peered no medicine will do tbat but for nil chronic coughs which t t neit J lected or badly treated lead UP to consump tSJrt it Jullittj hoot nmdlcinilluntcanJwlaJiort S a1 n lauds at Big Stone Gap ACterre malniug in Virginia for a brl t pe rind this Investment proving unprofitable Hardin returned to the county of his birth Adair where he en dcAvored to develop some oil lands During this time now leaders hnd sprung up in the Democratic earl in Kentucky and the name of Watt Hardin was almost forgotten except when sonic incident of his politic life was recalled All Around the Town Glass of cider said a rurallte tto the barkeeper in a certain popul bar on Fourth avenue Having swi lowed the same the rurallte Inquired J What time Is It Nearly nine oclock All right another glass of cldcr Say seen a man IpoklnI fer me Im Williams Anybody asked fer me No nobody Why Well yesterday a man came up- i ter me Never seed him befores fer ad I know hut he had my name rIghtknew my old folks too back home Borrowed 50 Said hed meet me here at 9 oclock an pay lip Ill have another glass of cider Sorry old man but I guess you are stuck That man wont come around here He Is a bunco steerer Bet you 10 he will be here by I 19 oclockII you Heres the money Give me another glass of cider And then to the horror of the barkeeper In walked a stranger who ex claimedHello Mr Williams Good as m word aint I Heres the 50 you lent me Thanks for the favor Thus was the Innocent barkeeper done out of S10 by a pair of ingen I ions operators Louisville Times The First Requisite of Beauty The first requisite of beauty Is a clear complexion Orino Laxatlv Fruit syrup clears a sallow blotch ed complexion as it stimulates the liver and bowels and the eyes become bright and clear You owe It to your friends to take It if your com plexion ill bait Orino Laxative Fruit does not nauseate and is ver pleasant to take Refuse substitutes J H Williams m IIdntlfied By His Walk Il1entlfledIMcsFarlln of Sadlevllle was arrested here today by Detective Dudley Veal on the charge of forging two checks on L Greenbaum and Schobert k Edwards of Versailles In his pock et was found a letter from George Henchman of Greenwood Ind say lug that he lied heard of no detectives looking for him at Greenwood Mc Farlln explained that while working lu Indiana Henchman had received in anonymous letter from this State laying that McForlin was wanted here 10 murder He Is believed to have vorked Indiana on his forgery scheme Your Livers out of order You go to bed In a ad humor and get up with a bad tate In your mouth You want something to stimulate your liver JustI trr Herbine the liver regulator A osltive cure for constipation dsii ejiala and all liver complaints Mrs I Ft Worth Texas writes Have ulled Heruine in my family for years Words cant express what 1 think heart it Everybody in my house holl1 are happy IndO well nail weI OWH It to Herbine Sold by J H Williams ut Negro Juror Bluffed Him i The ClncliumE Enquirer says Rather than be tried by a Jjll ry in which a negro sat as one of the ju ron Asa Jewdl1 of tfw Cincinnati H orse and Mute Exchange yesterday ipltulated in his defense of x suit in Magistrate Sinedis Court and sreeil to compromise Jewell was fed by the latHleld Cool Company f11 225 for the sale of mules they onslgned to Jewell The latter con itert the suit A hell the cast was cawed to trial hy a jjury yesterday morning the sixth iror who took his seat was a ne io Jewell jumped up and emphat iiilJy declared that ho tits front Ken uky and wouldnt be tried by any euro A consultation wis held be woen the patties concerned and Jew ell agreed to compromise for 100 andI tho Court costs which included the jo for the colored man Mother Grays Sweet Powders for Chhdrdnii lUcessfully used by Mother Gray nurse inthe Childrens Home in lurk Cure Feverishness Bad NewI scb Teething Disorders move and i egulate the Bowels and destroy VorniB Over 30000 testimonials They never fail At all drugglBts25c ixnjplo 1REE AddressAllen S Olm ttnl Lo Roy N Y 27t4 I CJAIJTOarar fleas thelha Rind You Hats IMwa fa Iiri C- 61giiatare t r Er 1 IV Jr to i iYUii- ii YUrt Oy1 IIThe Heralds Special t i Selectionsl to TWO SINNERS 1 i There was a man It was said onetime Who went astray In his youth Iprime r Can the brain keep cooL and the heart keep quiet When the blood Is a river thats running riotqAnd boys will be boys the old fol1ts say And a mans the better whos had his day XA The sinner reformed and the preacher told Of the prodigal son who came back to the fold V And Christian people threw open the door With a warmer welcome than ever be fore- Wealth and honor were his to command And a spotless woman gave him her hand And the world strewed their pathway with flowers abloom drying God bless lady and God bless groom There was a maiden who went astray In the golden dawn of her lifes your day She had more passion and heart than head And she followed blindly where fond love led And love unchecked is a dangerou guide 10 wander at will by a fair girls side The woman repented and turned from sin But no door opened to let her In- The preacher prayed that she might be forgiven But told her to look for mercy In heaven For this Is the law of the earth we know That the woman Is scorned while the man may go A brave man wedded her after all But the world said frowning Wc shall not call Ella Wheeler Wilcox A Certain Cure For Aching Feet Allens FootEase a powder cure Tlrfd Aching Sweating Swollen feet ample sent FHRE also sample of botEase Sanitary CornPad a new Invention Address Allen S Olm 3htlt LeRoy N Y 27t4 A Pure Food Expert it H W Wiley ttoe famous them Isr was reminded by the purl Ood- Iaw of a story A country grocer lie saidpeas Iklag to a throng of customers aboW the wonderful vnse of tiucl thut the blind have Here comes old blloll Henry hrk- lns now said hte grocer Vhint- estKmAfrit he took a scoogfiilI of sujox ilnd extended it to the oill man- u Foil this Henry Do said amE- tcll Hb what it is The blind man put His hand Iii- the scoapv passed its conitonts throuU- his flrufprs and salts in at firm com fldent mute Sand L Seven Hills Chautequa fhe SUlnols Central SMlroad vrttQ sel11 tickets to Owensboro Ky and Mt- urn at one aid one thiird first clzHS- fares fog round trip on July 14th inn JIIIly 2itti Inclusive Ret n limit Mu gu JheaJ das For tirtici tars cull on J IE Illlarm Agent 2ttr Failed All efforts have falLnl to finiB n- brtter remedy for coughs colds cdl- ung troubles than Ifbleys HOJ1- eand TlSr It stops the cough luata tho lungs and prevents serious results from a cold J X Paterson Nash u i Aiwa writes Last winter I Iatl a bad cold on my lungs and tried at least half a dozen advnatised cOllgh medicinesI and had treatment frou two physicians without jjeUibg iy benefit A friend recommended Joeys Honey and TiTur and two thirds or a bottle cured me I consider It- t t greatest cough and lung medicine 1121 the world J H Williams m SoCalled Friendship Much of the so called friendship of today is hat pretense It exists ily in name arid as soon as 1It ceases to be advantageous tls dropped The friendship which continues ha a e1In prosperity and adversity Is to Jhek prized but ail other kinds are worthless It matters not holy hard a man may struggle to do right antl make a success of life there is nlwnrs sonic loathsome reptile BQITJO irtlilesY person who1la ready tc 1 iJ rf ct 1 drag him down to blights his hope and blast his fondest ambitions Tit loss of money and property iIs not the greatest loss a man can sustain in the business world far better to lose your money than to lose hope and ambition Democracys Pledge- In a report just maie of the prog ress of a year In the fight for temperance and the enforcement of local option Statutes the Rev Dr N B Adams President of the Ken tucky AntiSaloon League writes at follows The League avoids carefullyI In jesting politics Into temperance at fairs but studies to thrust temperance Issues into poliltcs The Democratic party through Its candidates for Governor and United States Senator pledge hearty sup port to the AntiSaloon League pro gram Judge Hager the candidate for Governor endorses the extension of the Unit Law the enactment ofI other measures and pledges in addition the strict enforcement of the Sunday clolsng laws in case he be comes Governor There can be no more farreach ing achievement In political life than the dethronement of the saloon power from the control of political parties No candidate or set of candidates ought to be supported by temperance people behind which are found the solid ranks of the liquor interests Cream Tomato Soup Mix three tablespoonsful of hot lard one large sliced onion onehalf cup wheat flour let it fry together until it IIs a light brown color then pour upon this two quarts of water add a can of tomatoes r two pounds- of fresh sliced ripe tomatoes add four peeled and sliced potatoes and enough salt to suit the taste add ground spices onefourth teaspoon red pepper onefourth teaspoon cloves Mid onefourth teaspoon allspice boll for half an hour then strain and turn the juice back into the pan when at the boiling point add one quart sweet cream let boll for two minutes and serve hot with oyster trackers Piles get quick and certain relief prom Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Its ctlon Is positive and certain Itch ng painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large ilekelcapped glass Jars 50c Sold by Z Wayne Gritfln Bro J H WIll- Iams Ja Oiled His Horse Lexington Ky July Isnas Mc Cord a farmer living on Tea Run In Fleming county cremated his family horse today In his efforts to 1111 It of Lice He saturated the horse with coal oil and after the oil had enetrated the horses skin smeared It over with u coat of grease See- Ing few of the Termine congregate IcCord applied a lighted match to the grease to fry the pests and the horse roasted to death In a few min uter McCord has not been arrested Fatally rat James Bartlett aged about twenty tWII years of Owensboro was struck by a street car In Evansville at 8 pL m Wednesday dragged about thirty feet In advance of the car fen del receiving a crushed skull from which he died fifteen minutes later after being carried to the sidewalk Looks That Way You cant fool all of the people 311 of the time Maybe not reesponded the pollt fcal boss But them what you cant fool you kin bluff Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble I Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor have and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid neys are of order or diseasedr trouble has 1IprevalentIfor a child to be born afflicted with weak kid neys If toe child ates t f If thoo a e urine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage itt IIs yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased of the kidneys bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot Is soon realized It Is sold I by druggists In fifty cent ana one dollar I sizes You may a sample bottle by mall out Kidney urln ten condition and free also pamphlet tell nomo ot swwnpjioot lag all about It Including many pf the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer do CQ Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the frame SwampRoot Dr Kilmer BlnlhamtoayN1 r f The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been In use for over 30 years has borno the signature of and has been made under his per yjtftf7 Sonal supervision since its infancy I cCGtiM Allow no ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Jnstasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperIence against Experiment What is CASTORIACas- toria y 1 is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gorlc Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic e Ifiubstanee Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms l and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind y Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend 4 GENUINE CASTORiAwAYs Bears the Signature oftVTA I The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC OtNTAUK COMPANY TT MUMHAf TKICT NEW VONK CITY Prota atsionnl Cards- B BARNES S A ANDERSON BARNES ANDERSON Attejs and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they have formed a partnership for the practice of taw In all courts State and Federul with offices sout side ol Main Street opposite Court House Han ford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation al speclalW H BARNES So A ANDHRSON E M WOODWARD Lawyer and County Attorney HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the court of Ohio and adjoining counties and the Court 01 Appeals Gluts M Ciow- eLAWYER JIartforU Kt ntuolcy Will practice his profession In all the couru JlOhio end adjoining counties and In the Court 01 Appeal Special attention given to criminal practice sad to collections Office over J H Williams drug store C M DAJlJfETT C K SMITH BARNEYT SMITH Attorneys at Law HARTFORD KY win practice their profession IB all the Court olOklo and adjoining counties and In the Court l Appeals Collection ipecialtr J M PORTER Attorney at Law BEAVER DAM KY Will practice hit profession lu Ohio and ad loiaing counties Special attention given to alt btulness entrusted to hU care JOHN B WILSON iltoraoy at law and Smeyor HARTFORD KY coIl attention given to rollectlou and nil Iciads of Surveying making ol Abstract c Also Notary Public for Ohio county Office north side of puhllcQsarr- FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio and al- 10lnlp2 counties and In the Court of Appeal Criminal practice and Collection1 a uprclaltv- Offlce In the Herald tmllillnv i Fame L Moseleyf- tTTORNEY AT LAW And Notary Public HARTFORD KENTUCKY Special attention given to all business entruxl td to his care Office over Pint National Bsuk KILLTHc COUCH AND CURE THE LuNCS KingsNew t ry I1 PriceFOR100 OLDSFrel trial Surest fnd Quickeit Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TZIOUB LKSi or MONEY BAipK PARKE HAIR BALSAM heirpromote OrsRaincolorCunapr I f u TR- ERough River TELEPHONE CO SPA NYtiNCOKrORATBD Is independent owned and operated by home people Good service at reas onable rates Prices for toll service which la being constantly extended is aBrollows For five minutes conver sation 15 miles lOc 30 miles Get 45 miles 20c c J W OBANNON Local MgrtReaver Dam KyR A FREE PATTERN your own llctlo MWcatsscrlb r Ouf SO avyuur MSCALJ5MAGAZlN A UDIES MAGAZINE F lotFhlatI I I UptodatoFtifKtFltttBg Paper Pattern M CALL AZA PAmRNS U fasts Allowed H till liltlit M4 rroltttOaty I u4 it won I Alk fot tka Sold iin 1 mt town n Mtlltr i1IS115117i J I FEELING LPTER4SIIsThis Morning iTAKE ti A Gentle And Appetizer 1 to We ProtDlitl bialn USand Foretga 1 How oflnventionfdrtreereportoapntentfbiU to SecureT blUM we 1Patent nnd I ARIfS11r1 r T Foleys Kidney CureII mMkex kidneys n f bladder right tr- h JI T r- v 11 ijINC IS NOT nnon In Law for Abbreviatin Incorporated t LATEE OEOfSloToFTHEF ODOR The Word Must be Spelled Out in Full to Conform to Law The HonkhiBville Kentuckian says Laslng the actions on the recent t y ruling of tho Court of Appeals that the abbreviation Inc doesnot ful fill the law which requires the word Incorporated to be plainly display ed in alt advertising done by incor ported firms Commonwealths At 1torney Denny P Smith has tiled eight suits for 500 each against companies of this city The Williamson Stone Compan and The Meadiam Construction Co I have two suits each and The Ander sonFowler Drug Company one In all five of these cases the complaint ins that the defendants did unlawfully and willfully fall and refuse to have the word Incorporated appear In ce tain newspaper advertisements In all of the advertisements complained of the abbreviation was used by the newspaper The same complaint is brought against The Forbes Manul In I fiicturlng Company in two cases wit the exception that the advertisements to which exception is taken appear i ed in the Home telephone dlrector One count is lodged against the Gia ntto Insurance Agency which is different it being alleged that they failed to have the word appear on a sign which was hung in front of their place of business I Only last week five cases similar to the first five outlined above against The Cumberland Telephone Company were settled by the tel phone company accepting a fine of 10t in one case the other four beta dismissedThe Mfg Co had an ad v rtisement In the telephone book that appeared on numerous pagesI In many of them the word was used and on one page It was abbreviated- In tL the case of The Mcacham Con struction Company the copy con tainted the word incorporated but was abbreviated by the printer and corrected as soon as the publisher discovered that the full word was not used The suits are based o tilo advertisement as it appeared iIn the New Era May 2nd and 3rd MEN WAsYTEDThis county iis being organized by a force of pri vate Detectives affiliated with the old et1 strongest and best Detective organization in the world One good man is wanted In each town cityf and school District Experience not needed but must give references Full time not require Opportunity to make good money to right Address by letter only JD Brook- S erJntcirdeiit Fordsville Ky tf Fine prlccsIIGUUlrlC Ky July athe report of the auditor of the Dark Tobacco Planters Protective association shows the following sales of the 1000 crop at the seven Kales points in the dis- trIct Guthrie 2173 hogsheads at prices f I Seldom i j Wear Out j ii Dr Milcs AntiPain II Pills relieve pain tII manyfillies personsho I ailments find in 1JJ source of frombthe tsuffering which they would otherwise be corn pelled to endure Their I uponthe t rather than weaken thCIIlII For this reason they seltdom lose their effective nessJsufferedtorI palpltatlonofsleeplessness and pain around the Yhavedontknow 11everusing were such that r would bo obligeS to i cease their use i MRS 8 C ROBINSON 27 7 TennOrbyourIi Itfallssoldmoney bulkMilesI t l I tf ii ranging front 6 to 20 JTopklns vllle 3345 hogsheads at prices range Intf from 6 to U3 Clarksville f 781 hogshead nit prices ranging from hogsgI 2050 rtulucah 852 hogsheads from G to 16 Mnyflold 1358 MurrayIPp KENTUCKY PROPERTY FRAUDULENTLY TRADEDD And Two Swindlers Were Fin ed 10000 Apiece in Chicago i V Chicago 111 July 5Jarncs Lowe aged 87 who hobbled Into Court on two canes to answer to a charge of swindling W G Shroeder of Sout Bend Ind out of 25000 and A C Thurple Indicted under the same charge were found guilty by a Jury In Judge Balls Court this afternoon and fined 10000 each Shroeder wjio Is an old German teacher ac cuesd the two defendants of having obtained from him two years ago property valued at 25000 and giving poprerty and three sections of Texas laudIto which they had no title He also charged that they gave him some worthless bonds LoweInhad gained title to the 10000 acres In Kentucky one half Interest In ovcyShroeder for 1000 cigars three gold watches and a house and lot It was proved to the satisfaction ofr the jury that the defendants had no right in the property which they traded for the South Bend property and that they had deliberately andiI intentionally swindled the defendant A week ago Shroeder says the de tineI property In South Bend sari not pros alg though he had been rendered desti tute by their manipulations The prop erty which he traded was the accu mutation of a lifetime and repre canted all that he had in the world He has brought suit for fiO000I against Lowe and Thurple The de fell ants appealed from the verdict Shroeder is attempting to obtain an aged teachers pension from the Carnegie fund to support him in his dc dining years 11uHuman Asses V- Huston Julj GAt the Afri can Methodist Conference today Blsh op Henry M Turner of Philadelphia said The United States Is no friend of tine colored man Everything that 1 Is i i written amy published about our race hi the popular magazines are in the main willful falsehoods Every white est either wants an office or a little noI bahsbiterslorlty like Vurdaman Tlllman and a number of others 1 could mention more human asses braying against God and nature I will give Senator Tlllman 1000 to malto a speech and leave the negro out that can he called a seechLang Live the Ring EuI Ica Long live Dr Kings New Dlscov cry King of Throat and Lung nemII edged of which Mrs Jullu Ilyder Pulne Truro Mass says It nov cr Jails to give immediate relief and to quickly cure a cough or cold Mtv Palnes opinion is shared by a majority of tho inhabitants of this country New Discovery cures weak lungs and Soro throats after all other remedies have failed and for coughs and colds Its the only surot cire Guaranteed by J H Will j j lams druggist 50c and 100 frlalII bottle tree m il He Didnt Inject It An elderly resident of Lynn lfasst Wilt talking about Mrs Eddy the head of the Christian Science church When she lived here In Lynn Bald tho old man she conducted temperance campaign for a time She jj of a lot of good though now and j she met with a rebuff The ftory goes that a tramp asked her for Help Ill help you my friend said Mrs Eddy but you must first uns wor me one question Do YOU or do ou not drlnl beer The tramp a hardened customer in at her in amazement Why lady ho said ye certny jdoiiL think I squirt it Into me arm wld a syringe TKnows Better Now owj111howI l had a wife to keejKme posted 1 l W A BIGG STIEI FlI i OhiooCounty People TO BE GIVEN JULY 12 AND 113j An Attractive List of Pre miums Donated by Our Business Men The following is a partial list ofr tho valuable premiums offered by the business men of Hartford to the Ohio J county people during the Street Fair to be held July 12 and 13 U S Carson best spring colta 22callber rifle worth 500 Lhg years old 2CO in gold J S Glenn for band 100Ii W H Griffin best lady rider anIage locket and chain worth 1000- K T Mason most handsome young I lady from 18 to 23 500 Most hand some young roan from 21 to 27 5001I J B Tappan man nearest 21 years old July 13 1907 watch fob worth 500 Ernest Woodward for band 100IBarnard Co for nicest fancy work made by exhibitor lace curtain- worth I 400 Best jam cake ru worth 500 Cake reserved It T JIm best young man fiddler I from 10 to 17 years old 300 i 1E G Barraus for band 2 i OII lt E L Simmerman for band 2Ij rCarson Co sewing machine wort II I2i for the best suckling mule 3500rJ William Taylor for band 150 First National Bank best saddle horse to be exhibited by lady GOO to first and 2400 to second PlymouthtRock chickens J250 Best trio brownI Leghorn chickens 250 pit game chickens 250 M1 J Keown for band 100 i Z W Griffin best colt general aril ity 1 year old and under two one i watch 1500 L F Woerncr best bushel potatoes 100 M1 W Miller best pair turkeys 500 Marvin Dean for hand OOIBlack Ulrkhcad best harness home 750- i D Baughn Star brand shoes 500 to the most popular young man Decided in his store City Restaurant best lady rider over j 15 years old Friday 500 Best lady rider under 15 years years old Sat urday 00 Three to enter 15 L Bulllngton best pair black Ltiigshang chickens 150 IClhlo County Supply Co prettiest turnout In single or double harness First premium 1000 second 500 1 C 1Ilea groceries and table sup plies Bct fruit cake 5 cash Win ring cake to go to donolIK W King Jeweler and Optician limit young lady driver 500 gold ring Fall Cos premium for the Hart ford Street Fair la as follows Best mare or gelding two years old and under uO yards Wool Ingrain Carpet 11500 Two or more to enter Sewing Machines for Sale IIf you are In need of a Slinger 01 Wheeler K Wilson Sewing Machine I will be glad to come and show yoii tht work of either machine and will num you prices to suit the times on easy payments I also handle repairs fin tny make of machine Your patron aRe Is solicited J1 I C Hennett Agt 7tf Hartford Ky ISlan DeadI leader of the Kcntiuky Republican press Tine Herald editorially Ia tiIlObelism Js still tucky As long as darling and un scrupulous minorities steal elections entrench themselves In power the dark shadowy of Goebel and his ill deeds cover tit land The Republican party rjofufes all participation I nII he idolatrousi worship of the man whose iniquitous leadership and de structive political theories have wrought such Ills In this commonwealth No dace in the affections a wronged and outraged people does William Goebel deserve A lIvJJ ling Isuue is he a tasting problem Uoobellsm till a Republican State administration and u Republican leg- Islature wipe away every trace of ihewj a1itraitor to freedom an assassin ofI the ballot Not a redeeming feature his whole public career I William Goober vas the bravest truest and nblest Democrat of his generation in Kentucky He was as sassinated aunt for that assassination two Republicans are Ecrviilg lire son fence hi the penitentiary the Re nominees for Governor and l tuy of1 State are In exile with complicity fn the assas sination soother Republican office Zil u ii t In jail awaiting trial for Iholderls Icted which he has three times If a campaign of vindication and revHement of their brave and beloved dead is to be waged Kentucky Dent ocrats will certainly not shirk the Issue Glasgow Times Triplets and Twins Eight in All Town Creek Ala July 4Appre dating their duty to their country ag taught by President Roosevelt j three women of this village j IndependIwlns=eight children in all Mrs Clint Brocken gave birth to two boys and a girl Mrs Monroe Jeffreys fol lowed suit while Mrs Sam Terry thought her obligation would be squared with two boys President Roosevelt will be notifi ed and it is expected he will find time to write his appreciation of the patriotism of the mothers of Town Creeks Kentucky Fairs 1907 Ohio County FairSept 1114 GlasgowSept 1114 Hardlnsburg Sept 35 PembrokeAug 1517 Lexington Aug 1217 Elizabethtown Aug 2729 HendersonJuly 2327 Madlsonville July 30Aug 3 Hodgensvllle Sept 1012 47sgGuthrieSept 1214 610I Louisville Sept 1621 ICounty Wealth hiA census report just Issued by the United States Government places the value of real estate In several coun ties In this section as follows Ohio county 4413000 Grayson 2752000 Edmondson t1i54eOORut iler 210fli Breckenrldge S705 i 000 Hardln 7263000 and Hart 3 511000- 1 was1IIIacednatIon at 107104192000 New York PcrlllsIi Ohio Massachusetts California and Iowa following In the order named roe1 will mall you to prove merit samples of my Dr Shoops Restora I live and my Book on either Dyspep slut The Heart or The Kidneys Troubles of the stomach heart or kidneys aro merely symptoms of a deeper all mcntr Dont make the common error of treating symptoms only Symptom trwitmont Is treating the result ofI aliment and not the cause Weak r Stomach nerves the inside nerves Andlththeir controlling or inside nerves Vken these nerves and you inevi j I tally have weak vital organs Here I is whore Dr Whoops Restorative has mode Its fine No other remedy even claims to treat the inside nerves Also for blotting blllous iKiv bad breath or complexion use Dr Shoops Restorative Write me tor ihi for sample and free Book Dr Sh op Racine WIs The Restorative Is fold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro JJ H Williams ja tC7 A t5 T OItXAZest the lIe Kind You Have Always Bough eigeasereWay of the Invention This paper gives an account of tilt man who invented the patent button for lbachelors to use on their inn t sIi Vliat of it Aftho time of his death he was uis shingle nails instead of but tJIIt j A HAPPY HOMEs where health abounds With Impure blood there cannot be good health With a disordered LIVER there cannot be good blood Tutts Pills revivify the torpid LIVER and restore Its naturalaction A healthy LIVER means pure bloodPure health Health means happiness no Substitute All Druggists PI Kidneys3OJ is SURE CURE For All Disease of STOMACHLIVER l 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onetyiVi w fIIfPT ITV1ITV T f vQ T TdTti= II rv Ai1MRWi Vr = 5 t n Weekly CourierJournal AND Hartford HeraldB- OTH ONE YEAR FOR OyjLY150 The Presidential Election iis approaching Ii Times havt changedtat ball Mi Watterson is u Democrat nnO has always been a Democrat never a Republican Essen tial differeti ts nut ntlhe way Democrats urn 1ri er The ourieislnurnil is goiiiir to Ill P pOJt tit ticketi And there you have it Send your orders fur thi combination tll THE HERALD not to the CourierJournal The regular price of the Week ly CourierJournal alone iif one Holljir nt year- FASTIDIOUS WOMEN consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic a necessity in the hygienic care of the person and for local treatment of feminine ills As a wash its cleansing germicidal deodorizing and healing qualities are extraordinary For sale Addressfhe oleys Honey and Tarcures colds prevents pneumonia CARDUfi Hw a- CUlllbcrlanoe Telephone Placed in your r 6 dence or place cflr business and pwH yourself in direct contact with the LOll IJDistancer Lines To all parts ol thtv United States For terms call on I Cumberland Telephone Companyilmvrporatcd NY D JOHNSONJ Manager WriteforotcrCONFIDENTIAL applying Or patentrt worth money W PAtfiandSend model photo or sketch andweselIMMEDIATE FREE REPORT ON PAT ENTABILITY 20 i ryears practice RegiiItered Patent Lawyers write or come trr tu at 606607 7th St WASHINGTON D I Send THE HERALD the NEWS That iswhat we want TABLETSRelieve Vw 1 THEPBlSONS IN CHINA I Fearful State of the Criminals f I Confined In Them ALL PRISONERS FETTERED Some From Cruelty Become In Appear ance as Wild as Beasts of the Forest Punishment For Purposes of Extor ton That Kills Many The first thing which Impresses the r European visitor to the Chinese prison Is the absolutely flimsy character of i tho structure Itself If ono gets per mission to visit the prison In Canton r wenrthe ground r to be a ramshackle building of no pre tense whatsoever w Bywsafety If tho structures In which they I are incarcerated are so flimsy and In secure The answer says the East i of Asia Magazine Is brief Without exception the prisoners are fettered Many have chains on the legs only These are the less dangerous and have been guilty of the less Important crimes Others In addition have fet ters on the arms which make It hUt possible for them to scope Lastly a few prisoners were not only manacled on the ankles but wore a chain around their necks at the dan i gling end of which was attached a block of granite The prisoner would walk from place to place within the court yard but ere ho could move beyond the length of his chain be must stop And lift tho stone and carrying It in his shackled arms drop it again where lie wished to stop In addition to the chains worn by day all the male prisoners are further shackled at night By means of two heavy beams In which holes have been made for the ankles of the prisoners a rude but effective method la discovered for detaining the prisoners in absolute securityThe who during tho day have been touting In the courtyard are In the evening driven Into the wards nail made to lie side by side on A raised platform The upper of tlttwo beams Is then raised nnd eadi man Is compelled to place his ankle In the hole mode to receive It whereupon the upper beam is replaced and the prisoners are held by the feet In Uicse rude stocks There Is no possibility of escape They are allowed bricks for pillows and In this uncomfortable 1 position they pass the hours In addition to this however special cruelties are perpetrated on certain prisoners who for some reason or other are exempted from capital pun isbment Prisoners there are whose appearance becomes as wild as the beasts of the forest who with heavy Gangues on their shoulders are Incar cerated In a filthy dungeon for the term of their natural lives I have seen them moving to and fro like caged hyenas In their dens at a menagerie Their appearance Is revolting 1 Night and day as far as I remember I burI den rested on their shoulders thqugh how It was possible to sloop therein I was unable to understand On the other hand In a prison I visited a few weeks ago t was Informed that the cangue was removed at nmat titprisoners might sleep A crowd In the prison quadrangle with Itheir unnhav en heads their unwashed faces their dunking fetters their hopeless looks their diseased bodies nnd their Inlirut ed souls can never be forgotten But although under the recognized system of punishment Cliluem prisoners must live u life whlili to tin of the west would bo unbearable It would not he so to them IIf they were fairly treated and were saved from the exac tions and barbarities to which they are exposed nt the hands of their ra Melons keepers When a prjsoijor first goes Into the wards the warders claim his clothest I theIbarest rags to cover his nakedness I He Is robbed of all his cash as a matt ter of course Those who mire con l demned are compelled under a throat of the whip to write begging letters to their tulctlvcs requesting them to for ward inonoy- dt the unfortunate man hesitates to accede io this demand the warders assisted Iby sonic of the oldest prison orsfor It appears that Inmates of 1 more than twenty years residence have accorded them certain privileges ljII take the man In hand during the night The lauds of the prisoner areI fastened by a rope and the other of till rope Is then passed cudII ring which hangs from the roof of I IITheunhllPPYI I wretch who Is left hanging by the hands Should he attempt to cry out his mouth and throat are filled with salmon When the breath has al- f most left his body and he Is choking he reInewnlpromise almost anything Many die under this ordeal But as I It Is assumed among the mandarins that mortality must be high and ns no official probing Is over dreamed of a general statement an to natural death Is sufllclnnt JjTheCashless Engagement- I hope you wont Insist upon a long engagement dearest he said tenderly No sweetheart I wont You have not money enough to slake one enjoy I able she answered practically Life 1 Tho charity that hastens to proclaim i Its god deeds censes to be charity and- HuttonIs only pride and ostentation jl y SHORT STORIES Copper II alloyed with tin to mak i bronze and with zinc to make brass Concrete was recently successfully used in patching a great hole In a ships bottom The chances of sudden death arek greater among men than women In tho ratio of one to eight Brnzll the finest fruit growing country on earth spends over 1000000 a year on imported fruits Of a million girl babies born 871200 are alive at twelve months Of the boys 30000 fewer live through the firs year Among persons of social standing generally the world throughout the av ernge age of marriage is nt present mtn thirtyseven and women twenty eight Next to the United States the Argentine Republic has the largest percent age of foreign residents Twelve out of every hundred peope In Argentina are foreign born- FACTS FROM FRANCE Scientists believe that the Eiffel tow er Paris nets ns a lightning rod to protect the city Tune first French newspaper tho Gazette de France appeared In 1031 and was brought out by a doctor named Itenaudot Louis XIII is said to have written more than one article for It The French war department Is engaged In making out lists of motor ve bides which may be regarded as avail able In case of war The automobiles are divided into three classes accord ing to the carrying capacity The cen sus includes the public service vehi clesThe Apaches as the footpads of Paris arc called are now using sharp pointed flies and scissors as weapons because these are not classed as weapons under the law In the assaults that have occurred however both of these weapons have proved their effectiveness In inflicting serious injuries upon their victims HOUSEHOLD HINTS Il When ivory handles have turned yel low rub them with turpentine nnd it will very shortly restore their color Feathers will fluff out and the ends will curl up If they are shaken over a warm stove upon which salt lies been sprinkled When putting down linoleum If you would have It smooth let It lie In place and be walked on for n few days he foro tacking It A piece of pumice stone Is the very best thing to scrape and scour Iron ket tles or any utensil that will not be In jured by scratching Oak furniture that limas become dingy should be brushed over with warm beer and when thoroughly dry polished with Ibeeswax and turpentine Pictures should never be hung so high that It Is necessary to mount a chair In order to see them Hang so the center will bo on a level with the line of vision of the person of average height ENGLISH ETCHINGS St Maryleboiio Is really St Mary at the Bourne or brook The value of house property In England Is about SO per Inhabitant while In Ireland It Is only 15 per Inhabitant In London nearly half of the women earning wages are domestic servants of whom there Is one to every twelve persons in the population The oldest hospital lu Iondon Is St Bartholomews which watt established In the year 1123 Iq 1547 It contained a hundred beds It was rebuilt In 1i2n Asked the other day In a London police court what he did when he saw the prisoner brutally heating a wom an u witness replied I sent my wife for the police The court of kings bench is so called because In olden times the sovereign used to preside In person But the king did not Interfere with the loci sions of the judges OLD FASHIONED What has become of the old fashioned man who could tell the time of day by looking at the liOnIWhat has become of the old fashion ed man who said of his enemy lie Is a fool for lack of sense What has become of the old fashion ed woman who put an apron on her boy ami made him churn What has become of the old ed roan who Insisted on kissingfnshlonI women who called at his house i What has become of the old fashion ed man who Inquired on meeting nn acquaintance Well what Is the g4Kl- wOId What tins bIOme of the old fashion ed woman who didnt think herparlor was furnished good enough for com pany unless It was furnished too good for the family tchlson Globe Bay Breasted Warbler Have you taken him for a robin If so It is because of his chestnut breast hers n bit smaller than the English sparrow His forehead sides of head and cheeks are black There are white patches on the tips of his outer tall feathers Hes a great traveler wintering In the tropics and nesting In Canadian treetops Hes capricious too Sometimes with a large company ho may stop here abouts Again he will take anptbcr routeSt Louis Republic V A CURIOUS CAIRO andeFakirs of the Street The most numerous and also the most interesting of street figures in Cairo arc the water sellers some of whom go about with hideous looking goatskins filled with Nile water Others carry more inviting looking reddish clay Jars decorated with brass bands and these jars often have apiece of ice at their mouth and a sprig of mint protruding on either side of tee ice The carrier with the goatskin othertwith the jar carries In his left Imud two brass saucers which hecllnks together with a sort of musical jingle The water in either case Is not tillered but is taken straight from the Nile and the purchasers are all natives who pay a fraction of a penny for all they are able to drink The street sellers of coffee nre everywhere squatting about on the pave ments In the most unexpected places Their outfits comprise merely n kettle of charcoal a small copper coffee cup with u long handle two or three small bowls of china and a supply of coffee and sugar It takes one only a few minutes to brew a fresh cup and ns Turkish coffee goes that brewed by the street seller is not really bud Time ever present conjurer is worth stopping to watch although the tricks are in most part generally on the order of conjurers tricks in other coun tries The most interesting part of their paraphernalia Is their sign which Is a small live rabbit The moment the performance begins the little aul mal rolls over to all appearances dead but when some ten minutes later all of the tricks have been done some of which are admittedly more or less puzzling up Jumps tho little rabbit as chipper and gay as ever It is claimed that the ego of the rabbit leaves the body for the express purpose of assist ing the conjurer and one for a mo nwnt Is Inclined to give credence to this while watching the performance and after having seen the rabbit goI Into Its trance Harriet Quimby In Leslies Weekly ORIGINAL GOTHAM The Scheme by Which Its Inhabitants Fooled King John This name Gotham was first applied to the city of Manhattan In a book humorous sketches called oII dl written about 1807 by Washington Irving In collaboration with his broth er Peter and the poet Paulding I It was evidently Intended to suggest that the people of New York made un due pretensions to wisdom and that there were both satire and wit In the suggestion Is shown by the story of the original Gotbainltes Gothum was a parish lu Nottinghamshire Englund The old story tells how King loin wished to pass through the parish but the people there fancying that the passage of the king over a route nude It a public road decided to prevent the transit by all pretending to be crazy Therefore when the king and his party arrived they found every one of the Inhabitants employed In some peculiar ly foolish task Thus a group were Joining bauds around a thorn bush to keep a cuckoo from getting away some were trying to drown an eel others dipping water with u sieve and so on When the king saw these perform ances he swore at the people for a pack of Idiots and turning departed with all his retinue says the housekeeper The Gotbamltes were delight ed with the success of their scheme for turning aside the king regarding it an superlatively clever After this Gotham came to hove tho reputation of being u sort of headquar ters for conceited tools In the tine of Henry VIII n book entitledI Tim Met ry Tales of the Mad Men of Gotham was published Among these wan the story of the Three Wise MMV of OothaiuT one of whose exploits wa to- go to sea In a bowl A Tempest In a Teapot The expression a tempest In a tea pot Is on of great antiquity Its first historic appearance Is In the Je Leglbus of Cicero who quotes It us a common saying Gratldlus raised a tempest In n ladle us the saying la- The French form Une tempoli dana tine verre deau a tempest In a glow of waten was first applied to the dis turbances In the Geneva republic near the end of the seventeenth century In England the word teapot was substituted for the Hake of alliteration It Is said to hove been popularized by Lord North who employed It to char acterize the outbreak of the American colonists against the tax on teuHOIJ ton Post His Slim Chance You can answer me one more ques tion perhaps Miss Bute sold Archie mortified at her refusal la there any other man There Is every other man sir she responded with flashing eyes You would bo absolutely tho last Mr Fenthertop As there appeared to tie no further business before the house Archie has tily adjourned without form Chicago Tribune t Her Bread Mean thlngr exclaimed Mrs New It wed Its just brutal of you to call It this stuff You said youd be glad If 1 baked inypwn bread fiYes dent replied tho great brute but I didnt say I wanted you to bake mine Philadelphia Press 1 Usually Newed Dont you believe marriage broadens a man Oldwed Well I dont know about that but it usually makes him shorter Cleveland Plain Dealer Mif I Governor Endorses As a Catarrh JRemedy I I 1 I I PEOPLE and trust are always very busy people They have little or no time to devote to side issues It is therefore very rare that such peo plo are Trilling to write testimonials for anything l Then again there is a natural diffidence in giving public endorsement to any commercial enterprise on tho part of people who are much before the publicBare Endorsements- It is thus that it is very rare that pub lie officials like governors congress men consuls senators etc give public endorsement to a proprietary medicine It is therefore a great triumph that Peruna has the unqualified endorse ment of so many men in official post tionScores of public officials of national reputation have enthusiastically declared in favor of Peruna in public print over and over again A Startling Pact There is no way to account for such a startling fact as this except that Peruna las extraordinary unusual merit After all people high and low are iI constituted very nmoh alike WON BY A HAIR John Morrisseys Bet With Oakey Hall and Hubert O Thompson When the offices of the New York i corporation counsel were lately moved from the Slants Xeltnng building and i were finally Installed In their new l quarters much of the ancient furniture which had been In the building since the time of Delu field Smith was sent to the junlcshop and replaced with new Among these pieces of furniture was an old horsehair sofa which had a history n41l its own for on it In both the days of Ioaflcld Smith and William C Whitney those people who wished to obtulp an audience of the corpora tion tcompel were Invariably Invited to sir AlUonlf other strange talks which thist l ancient piece of furplture could tell la of a mooting which took place upon Its broad surface of three mes now long passed away who were In their time inveterate gamblers though only one of them was professionally engaged In that business One day Johns Morrissey Hubert O Thompson and Onkey Hall all arrived in the outer office at tbe same time The three men exchanged greetings and nil three sat down on the old sofa Morrissey was fingering the horsehair cloth when he come across a Lair Ills betting Instinct nt once manifested Itself I will bet either of you gentlemen he said a thousand dollars that I can pull n longer hair out of this sofn than either of you Oakey Hall took It up 1 will bet you a thousand he replied Not to be outdone IlubertO Thomp son said ho would take a band In the game nfso The stakes 1000 each were produced from bulky pocketbooks and then nnd there handed over to nn em ployee of Mr Whitneys department Each man then took hold of a hnlr while theother employees of the ounce gathered around In breathless excite meat to witness the result of the strange bet Jim Powell tho bead stenographer of the department was the man who held the money He died many years ago Rut there are others still alive who remember tho shout of boyish glee with which Morrlssey held up a hair nearly two feet long He was easily flrst In the betting for neither Oakey Hall nor Thompson came within sir Inches of him Just as Morrissey tucked the 3000 away in his wallet the bell rang an John McCann Mr Whitneys messen ger came out Mr Morrissey will you step inside please bo said The luck Is Johns today growled lleUbeAmerican M t vlJ4r d- J of Wyoming Peru=naI J As An Excellent t r i Il Ttnnrc ffi I have such confi r dence in prominent per I sonal friends who have used and endorsed Peruna that I feeljustified in assum ing that it is a valuable rem edy for catarrh and an excellent general tonic 1 1JohnW Hoyt f Vlctorl Flats JWmiblogton D C IIIin getting rid of some chronic malady after other things have failed it is quite natural for enthusiasm to lead people to make a statement of the fact For great services gratitude Is nat ural This Is the only way that it can possibly bo explained why it is that BO many persons prominent in public diplomatic and social life give testimony for Peruna Actual Benefit Peruna promptly relieves This is the explanation Catarrh is a disease difficult to relieve- A great many of the doctors fall to relieve it Gratitude Results A few bottles of Perunacure a chronic malady of many years standing and it is almost impossible to repress the natural feelings of gratitude which spring up Catarrh of Head and Throat Mr Joseph Reiss 3424 N 14th street St Louis Mo writes Ifl had catarrh of the head and throat but through the use of five bottles of Peruna and two bottles of Manalin 1 was cured 111 think that Peruna is the best tonic that I havoever used and 1 would ad vise all catarrhal sufferers to use Peruna Quarterly Report OF TILE Ohio County Bank AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THE 29th DAY OF JUNE 1907 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 5007738 Overdrafts secured 181001 Overdrafts unsecured 23920 Due from National Banks 080728 Due from State Banks and bankers 2325 088063 Banking llOnse und lot 500000 Other Real Mate 260000 Other Stocks and Bonds 805088 Specie 450974 Currency 138100 C80074 Other Items carried as Cash 1074 01 Furniture and Fixtures 50000 Current expenses lust quarter charged off Dehts In Suit 109080 Total 7890872 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in casbv1500000 Surplus Fund 80000 Undivided Profits 83129 Deposits subject to check on which In terest Is not paid 983791 Time certificates of deposit on which interest is paid6361462 0384245 Total 7890372 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebted ness of any stockholder per son company or firm includ ing in the liability of the com pany or firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly or Indirectly If such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual amt of surplus of the bankNonehi- ghest amount of indebted ness of any director or officer If amount of such Indebted ness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of bank See Sec 583 Kentucky Stat utes None Does amount of indebted ness of any person company- or firm Including in the lia bility of the company or firm the liability of the Individual members thereofexceed 80 per cent and actual surplus No Amount of last dividend Were all expenses losses In terest and tuxes deducted declaringdividend thun 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for the period covIered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said A r 7 writes Mrs W K Good FeverII When I was fifteen catarrhal fever and for nine years Irave had catarrh of the head Through neglectif wen t to my throat and nose After consulting you 1 used Peruna tar four months as directed and lam entirely well and have my naturalII health it I cannot praise Pornna too bighl7tIt will do all that It is recommended to do Pe una Believes Catarrh Mr L Clifford Figg Jr 2929 E Marshall St Richmond Va writes As soon as 1 get a cold I send for s bottle of Peruna and it soon drives ik out of my system Despaired of Being Cured For several years 1 was not entirclj well and despaired of ever being cared as I had used numerous remedies that i my friends advised I doctored for two years without any improvement- A Last Resort As a last resort I tried Pernna and am pleased to say that in a short time I was completely cured III have not been troubled for overs I year 1 am pleased io endorse Peruni as it saved me a world of suffering dividend waadeclared None decld See Sec 590 Kentuckys tatutes ISTATE tasCOUN Coi4ty ing business on Main Street in the town of Hartford in said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report is In all respects a true state ment of the condition of the said Bank at time close of business on tbei29th day ulJuoei 1907 to the i of his knowledge and belief and fur sal4BankI cation named and not elsewhere aoilIthat the above report lIs mate In iron receivedfromI designatingday on which such report shall be mde Subscribed and sworn tq before me uI1190JOHNNotary Public for Ohio County tttt My Commission expires January 18 I 9Da S K Cox President S K Cox Director R T COLLINS Director 2 WAYNE GniFFmDlrector J t tJ Brightest i Snappiest Best i The Louisville Times kj Fills the bill Published ebb ery weekday afternoon You keep posted on EVERYTHING 4 iJRegulariJ a year You can getIt v + t f The Times and Hartford Herald YEARFOR Send your order to THE HER ReadtHEFORD HERALD and keep up with the times d- e J Ii4 r