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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r rb I ti- r P r i r+ N i F iI t t rtf nr tb Bqnblican-t f Fine Jot Work DEVOTED TO TIlE INTERESTS OF iLL TILE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY no Subscription 1 per Yearu VOL XIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY ICY FRIDAY JULY 5 1907 No51r IWHERETHEYTEACHTHE I r- i YOUNG IDEA TO SHOOT List of Teachers and Their En garments For The Com F v InS Months eiAlmost all 6fTthe Ohio county teach ors have made their contracts for the common school term and some of them are already at the work Tho position of teacher Is a responsible one and requires constant toll with not enough pay to correspond with Iheardeous labors envolved The following Iso list of the teachers subject to correction as obtained at the office of the Superintendent of the schools reported without teach ers most of them leave applicants The supply of teachers will just about meet tl demand Hartford t L N Gray Victory Annie Daniel Palo Alice Boswell Sulphur Springs not reported Olatou Stella Daniel Render J A Rhodes Duff Ellis Magan Rickets Lawrence Gary Cave Hill Marlon Embry Goshen Anna Carter Union Frank Moseley Sarvis Hill 0 D Carson Upper Point Lillian Patterson Brown Katie Hawkins Huntor Oscar Over hults Ceralvo Myrtle Williams High view Arbyo Brown No 19 W S Taylor Barnett Creek none em ployed Cool Springs Arthur Kirk Taylortown Irene Miller Horso Branch Mary Halloway Miller none employed Cooper E S Howard Oak Grove Birch Shields Balzolown Late Embry Hickory Ellis Saudifur jMt Preasant H C Crowder Salem Bessie Raley Leach Everett Liles Narrows J C Lawrence Trisler Anna Wilson Davidson Emma Ax ton Excelsior not reported Beech Valley Emma Wright Daugherty Otis White Jones Grace Whil ting hill Williamts Ozna Shultz Beaver Dam M M Faughinder Haynesville none employed Sourwood Miss Voiles Hickory Grove Lena Miller Greer Ella L Noris Kigc none employed Basham O M Stewart Clear Run Loney Taylor Buford Forester Cal houn Concord Ike Christian Vine Grove none employed Washington May Mills Alexander Alta Likens NoCreek Nannie Moseley Heflin W R Carson Crowe Clyner Hicks Cane Pond none employed Moseley Mrs Ed Massie Friendship J S M Roy al Lower Point Ben Patterson Prcn tis Chas L Taylor Sun Springs Eva Gentry Antioch Earl Smith Stone Point Anna Borryman Independence nono employed Edwards Iva Cum mings Mr Moriah Tom Hamilton Bend none employed Arnold not reported Oakland not reported Shreve J W Petty Waltons Creek Jake Jackson New Bamus Vera Ma gan Central Grove C B Shown Elmwood Harry Lepch Aetnaville Auther Burdotte Clark not reported Belmont Eva Martin Cromwell Clar ence James Burk Will Griffith Pink Hall Joe Bennett Rockport nono employed Taylor Field O W Edge Deanfield none ejuployed Shultztowu Frank Han Hon Sugar Grove Blunter Renfrow Hickory Ridge Min nie Renfrow Taylor Mines C K Carson Select C N Cox White Oak V M Crowder Jingo N B White Shroader A W Midkiff High land Web Williams Wilson Georgia Heavrin Reynolds Jesse Ford Fordsville A B Cart Bells Run Leslie Greer Sunnydale Irene Whlt i1u hill Jubilee Mattye Tichenor Beda J C Park Gre n Briar none employed Pleasant Walk Helen Whittlnghill Poor House Fred An derson S Sulpher Springs Georgia Black Larkin Lawson Rose Turner McHeuty C W White N Sugar Grove T I Edge Hopewell Oscar Wilson Bartlett Owen Ambros E Beaver Dam Rose Berryman Ma gan J C Baughn Popular Grove not reported Smoky Katie Simpson Vine Hill Jessie Raley Horton Ruth Hammons Maxie Oma B Watson Loyd Miller Clark Coffman none employed Rough River none em ployed Byers Claud Park Tangle Wood Mrs Cora Henry Dundee Verda Wright New No Creek none employed Death of Mrs E P Thomas Mrs E P Thomas died at a Satf larium near Louisville Tuesday afternoon at 2 oclpck where she had gone several months ago for treatment because of nervous trouble Her re mains were brought to Hartford Wednesday and after funeral services the Baptist church conducted by atI A B Gardner were Interred at I wood In the presence of a large num 3 r- f I y = d i i- ih n- r v t bar of sorrowing friends and rely tive s Mrs ThornasVwas a daughter of Capt Stephen Woodward by his sec ond marriage a son by his first mar riage Esquire C L Woodward of Beaver Dam being the only surviv ing member of the family She leave besides husband two chit dren Miss Pearl and Master Margin Thomas to mourn the loss of a devot ed companion and loving mother Mrs Thomas was a devoted Chris tian and enjoyed the frlendshi of all classes of the people of our town Her loss Is a genuine loss to the town Tho pall bearers were Messrs W H Moore J C RlleyRow nu Holbrook A D White J W Ford and Capt S K Cox Mr Thomas desires us to express his thanks to tho friends who were so kind during Mrs Thomas illness at home and to the pall bearers and thoso who showed their sympathy many ways during the funeral and burial He deiress also to thank Messrs John Maas and Bro funeral directors and embalmers of Louisville for special courtesies and favors ex tended In his sad hour of bereavement HorneIngram Married at 8 p m WednesdayJuuo 26 1907 at the residence of the bride st parents Mr and Mrs G E Ingrain 358 ElUott avenue Springfield Ill by the Rev John M Horne a brother of the groom of Midland Tex Frank M Horne of Mt Pulaskl and Miss Llllie Ingram of Springfield The couple were unattended The wedding colors were pink and white The bride wore a beautiful gown of white silk mull Immediately following the wedding ceremony a wedding supper was served after which Mr and Mrs Horne left for Ml Pulaski where they will reside Among the out of town guests w r William Bienfelt Mt Pulaski Ner vin Ronleau Mt Pulaski Mrs H M Gassaway and Miss Vlda Gassawa a Mt Pulaski Oscar F DowneyChes nut Ia Mr and Mrs W T Jones Rivcrton Robert Fleming Riverton Miss Ethel Thorpe McHenry Mr and Mrs Harry BnkerDawsou Miss Ma tie Cowell Mt Pufa9kin Miss Ingram formerly lived at Rear der this county and The Republican joins her many friends In Ohio coun ty in wishing her and husband much joy and happiness in their wedded life Masonic Supper Hartford lodge No 675 will give a barbacuo bupinr at tho Olio County F Ir oiurt next Monday evening abut 5 oclock o membs wives and sweethearts of tuo iivilcd guests Th- ewk will begOt at the hall at 2 p m and all threo degrees will be con ferredThe following program will be car ried out- Jnvocall0l1Rev G J Bean Welcome AddressC M Crowe Mas ter of HarT rd Lodg- eRespouaeT J Morton Island Sta tionMusic by Quartette Address Hon A B Tlcfacnor SolaMiss Hattie Banatt- Addiess Hon J P Saiidifur of Hartford Lodge Violin Solo Ernest Fields Address E P Moore Dundee No 720 SolaMiss Carrie Lewis AddressOur Lodgo C M Bar nett Hartford No 675 SoogOld Kentucky Home by Masonic Choir Rev Maddox Resigns Louisville Pastorate The Rev Forrest Maddox pastor of the Portland avenue Baptist Church tendered his resigndtin to take immediate effect in order to return to his native State of Oklahoma which he left about a year ago to come to the local church A homo he bought in Louisville he has disposed of His resignation was accepted with regrets Lousville Herald The Herald is in error as to Rev Maddoxs native heath Ho was born and reared in Ohio county and edu cated at Bethel College at Russell vllle lIe began ministerial work ev on before the completion of his course In Bethel He preached In Texas for two or three years and then accepted work In Oklahoma whclh he resigned to accept the Louisville work RevI Maddox is yet quite young and a bril liant future lies before him He is of the many Ohio county young ftien who have won distinction both at home and abroad The Republican- Is always proud to note the advancement and commendable achievements of Ohio county people and H Is especially so In this Instant f a n PO J ALL TOBACCO GROWERS ENTER ORGRNIZATION Plans For New Society to be Formed July 17 include Vir ginia and Southern Ohio I Louisville Ky uly 2 Development of yesterday in regard to the meeting proposepTobacco Growers are tithe effect that tho meeting will bring together not only growers from the dark and burley districts of Kentucky but algid from Virginia Southern Ohio and other tobacco growing cen tersIf this is done and the plan propose is carried out to pool all the tobacco growing interests of this section of the- country virtually rill of the tobacco grown Ion this continent will then be under one control The plan has also the making of Louisville the headquar whiteh is to dispose of all its holdings here tool to hold the crops in pool in this cityThe result of carrying out of this project would mean tho organization of the most gigantic producing body in the wdrlll and the organization ofI the tobacco growers into a machine which could compel the tobacco trust to yield almost any price which it might caro to name Whether then 3 possibilities will be developed is a questionatA the monthly meeting of the Lou isville Leaf Tobacco Exchange yes terday morning tho Exchange voted to tho visiting growers the use o its bull and the privileges of the or ganizRI Ion Over one hundred ivpre sentntives of the Amesican Society of Equity the Burley Growers Protective Association und independent grow ers will meet The Board of Trade hits offered the use of Us Exchange Hall for the meeting Ohio Countian Weds in West The Cherokee Republic published at Salisaw Indian Territory an nounces the marriage of Mr Willie Luwellon formerly a prominent utt popular young teacher in Ohio county schools and in that connection tllk occasion to mention the excellent achievenu uts of Mr Lewellen and the seemiu certainty of his being chosen Superintendent of schools in his county It says Miss Sallle Stewart and Mr Willie Lewellen were married in Ft June 20 Miss Sallle is the daughle- of Winfield Stewart who is one of the most progressive farmers in 1ni section The bride is a very intent gent your lady and hus many friends who esteem her very highly Th groom is a well educated Highly cultured young man who we feel cju fident will make a devoted husband Mr Lewellen is one of the Sequoymh countys progressive teachers and we feel safe in saying for Mm that he will be Sequoyah countys first Sup erintendent of Public Schools Tlw Cherokee Republic wishes this young couple a bright mid happy marries life much success and many steadfast friends Death of Mrs J L Barnett Mrs J L Ijarnett died at the home of her mother neat town last Friday of luburculosis of the throat She had been a patient sufferer for sever al months She was the daughter Robert E Barnelt deceased um Amanda Burnett and had a wide cir dte of relatives in the county Ile immediate family consists of husband and five children to whom her lost- is great She was born September 1C 1852 and had been a consistent Chris memberIshllJTho funeral services were conducted by Revs R D and J A Bennett a Alexander Saturday afternoon whore her remains were laid to rest beside those of her kindred The Republican extends sympathy to the som wing family Unique Entertainment Of the many beautiful entertainments given In Hartford recently none have been more enjoyable than the Lawn Fete tendered tho young ladies of Hartford and BeavgrDamby the beaux of Hartford The Ideal lawn that surrounds the commodious home of Mr W B Render was made doub ly attractive by beautiful bowers sweet music and brilliant lights From a rustic well you drew a brew that any god on Olympus would swear by Jove was nectar true A real gypsy tent where the mysteries of the future were made known r t + i f fo ad well as the awful secrets of the past A most tempting lunch was sereved at 1030 Those who enjoyed the lavish hospitality of the young men were Misses Katie Thomas Lil libj Burton Annie Patton Winona StevensLeona MaddoxMargaret Marks Elba Bean Brenice Miller Zella Nail Mary Keown Effie Render Cassle Riley Hettle Riley Pearl Thomas Willie Smith Mary Smith Hat tie Barnett Debbie Taylor Annie Moreland Nora Bennett Dav- Is Francis Cox Irene Miller Eliza both Miller Stella Woerner Lotus Miles Indiana Bobble BarnardMad Ispnvllle Dunnie Render Blanche Van Meter Lillian nIl Bessie Barnes Kittle Rhoadn Deaver Dam Lillian Monroe Rockport Florence Jones TaI Henry PorterIIlcr Ira Bean Berry Taylor James Gillesplp Will Glllosple Roscoe Ren der John P Taylor Will g Ashby L OBrlon Ed Barrass James De Weese Estlll Park Everett Ellis lolls Foster Gross Williams Ser genus Baldwin Georgia Ross Bennett Ernest Woodward Oscar Fleener I Claud McKenney Austin Rhoads Dr L O Render Beaver Dam Mesdames JSGiant n D Walker Mr J S Glenn Hartford Miss Dora Gibson Beiiver Dam little Misses Annie Lee Taylor and Until SpanMlng VVVV DuncanRussell Wedding On June 26 1907 Miss Jean M Duncan of McHenry was united in marriage to Mr Jo Orion Russell off Columbia Ky at the home of the brides loiter Mr Dan 11 Duncan McHonry Ky Few lovelier banns weddings have been witnessed A numbor of relatives and a few chosen friends being present Rev Clements of Elizabothlown Tenn pronounced a most solrmn and impressive ceremo ny he was assisted by Mr McCutchon of Louls1lIeIP lvith potted palms ferns and aspar peasdtrailing vines thetGreenville sang 011 Promise Me by De Koren at close of same Miss May Duncan a sister of the bride played the always beautiful wedding march by 1Ilmllefc lon i s tht of placesrgroom directly facing them Dur sfag the ceremony Con Amrose was softly rendered The bride was love ly in a dress of white Crepedo Chene lace and white pictured hat rite groom was duly solemn in his regulation black servingtn- It blue silk coat suit and the groom in a nobby business suit striving to look as little like a just wed man as possible took the train for Louisville and other points Tho many yards of wive ribbon and old shoo attacked to the brides trunk and the showers of rice that folk wed them proclaim ed the direful secret despite all ef forts to prevent The brido is a popular and much loved xpung lady has been u success ful temier of elocution rand physical culture numberd011 Co of New Orleans He is a famUlesII1moon Find these live hearts still united And may lifes end comp not too soon plighttI New Bank at McHenry A new bank to bo known as tho McHenry Deposit Bank wes organized atM cHenry Wednesday night with a capital of 1500000 all of which was subscribedThe organized by electing a board of directors and the following J officers President S J TichenorIVicePresident Dr X S torneys Heavrin and Woodward Cash ier Mac Nail- Practically every business man in the four adjacent mining towns is interested In this bank and the char acter of Its officers and stock holders bespeak a safe and successful man agement The erection of a banking house w1Jl begin at once and doors will be open for business September 1 f90J I t nII j jt w LOUISVILLE WAS DRY LAST SUNDAY But the Parks and County Were Very Wet and Cityites Flocked Hither Louisville Ky Juno 1 Louisville assuaged pits thirst Sunday at the summer parks practically ull of them of any consequence are outside the city limits The lid order of tho new Mayor R W Bingham was re inforced by his threat that licenses would be revoked if there was any attempt to evade it caused an almostI unanimous closing of liquor places in side the city though four saloonists took a chance and were caught by the police all being given a trip to the police station two of them accompanied by their bartenders All wero owners of less prominent places The summer parks did a rushing business all tiny making up in profits u largo part of what they have lost this year on account of unseasonable weather It was a case also of mak ing hay while the sun shines n Sunday School Convention- To the churches of the Ohio count Association of Baptists Dear BrethrenAt its last session the Ohio County Association of Bap tists called for the rgoanlzation of a Sunday school convention and appoint ed A B Gardner and O M Shultz a committee to select the place and arrange a program for said conven tion In compliance with this ap pointment your committee has selected Hartford Baptist church as the place and July 10 1907 as the time Ve ask that each church In the association appoint three messengers to represent the church in the organiza tion and business of the convention We further ask that the churches send the following information to the convention Name and address of Superintendent number of scholars enrolled average attendance num ber of officers and teachers number yf months in session annual Sunday school expenses amount of Sunday school literature used The convention will be called to order promptly at 9 oclock Ample provision will be made to entertain all who may attend PROGRAMME Devotional Exercises and Organiza tion Purposes of this conventionA B Gardner Tho Importance of Denominational Sunday Schools H P Brown and Alney Casebier The Bible in the Sunday School F D Baughn und Birch Shields Reports from the churches having Sunday Schools Superintendent or representative present How to Maintain a Permanent Sun day SchoolG H Lawrence and Ed dy Ashby Selection and qualification of Of ficers and Teachers E W Ford and lI D Maddox How to grade a Sunday SchoolJ- D Maddox and Luther King- A general discussion will be given each subject A B GARDNER 01 SHULTZ Committee HERBERs July l1Usses Mattie Mllligan and Pearl Bruner attended the dedication of tho Pleasant Ridge church Sunday Miss Baxter Miller went to Philpot Monday to attend the funeral of her aunt Mrs Dick Gabbort Mr Ernest Ford and wifeof Frank fort are visiting his fathorMr Jim FordBorn to Mr and Mrs Will Crowe Sunday June 30 a son Samuel Bur tonMisses Myrtle and Verda May Bur dett spent Tuesday evening with Miss Mattio Barnett Mr Essex Haynes and sisters Alma and Mary Alice Owensboro who have been visiting their uncle Mr Oscar Haynes left Saturday for Nar rows to visit their cousin Mrs Byron PettyDuring the thunder storm Tuesday night tho lightning struck a tree in tho yard of Mr Wm Fords tearing it gOOlll1many Mr and Mrs C W Phillips of nearIWhitesvllle Sunday Mr Lafe Litsey Whilcsville Herbert today j Messrs Virgil MillerArthur Milllgan Robert and Christopher Stewart and r W 1111 and Mrs Homer Milligan went to Hartford yesterday Mrs Minor Haynes and sonWhltes ville who have been the guests of Mr Sam Haynes the past monthleft Saturday for a visit to Mr and Mrs John Bell Thruston Mr David Miller visited his daughter Mrs Wave Bartlett Whitesvllle yesterdayMr Mrs Wyle Lyoniu visited at Oscar Rices Sunday Miss Margaret Chambers has returned home from a visit to her grand mother at Chambers Hancock coun tyMr and Mrs John Reardon and son Wilbur visited the family of Mr Whenry Miller Habbit Sunday Mr Sam Haynes spent Sunday with his daughterMrs Leo Barnettof Dean fieldMr and Mrs Horseman Whlles vllle spent Sunday at Mr Willie Crowes A Public Mine at Centertown Mr P 0 McKenney representing and principal stockholder in the Zanesvlllo Coal Co Zanesville 0 has bought 1200 acres of coal lying in and near Centortown This flold has recently hon tested and has proven to bo one of the boat veins of coal in the West ern Kentucky coal field The Zanesvllle coal people operato four big mines in Ohio and their Invas ion of tho Western Kentucky coal field and Obit county is welcome It is their intention to go right ahead with the work and to have the mines in shape to ship coal on the first regular train that passes through Centertown over the M H IL R R With this ample capital it is there intention to make their Contertown mine a model mine In every way They will use the latest improved and uptodate machinery and for motive power use electricity Contertown is fortunate in being located in the middle of the richest coal field on the M H E R R and with one big mine under way and two or three others practically assured we predict for her an exceptionally bright future The mine will be opened on Merely Hutchora farm which adjoins the town limits per Family Reunion Sunday Juno 30 1907 was spent In a very pleasant way at Mr and Mrs Tlmos Millers of Goshen neighbor hood there being a reunion of chil dren and grandchildren also of friends and neighbors A bountiful dinner was served and every one seem ed to have a good time Those pros ent were Mr and Mrs Amos Miller Dr Ellis Miller wife and daughter Isabelle of Monette Mo Mr Joo Miller wife and daughter Miss Louva Mr Worth Tichenor wife and two children Mr Luther Miller wifo and three children Mr Fred Miller wife und two children Mss Adah Miller Rev G J Bean and son Mr and Mrs Leslie Combs of Concord Mr Willie Hocker wife and daughterMiss Mnymee of near Centortown Mr Dee Miller wife and two children of Beaver Dam Mr Will Rhoads wife and four children Mr Will Blah wlro and daughter Nellie Master Frank Minor and Miss Lillian Miller of Ow ensboro Mr Ira Plrtle and wife Mr Dan Aultmire wife and two children Mr H B Lewis May there bo many happy returns of the day is the wish of one who was there BEAVER DAM July 4RfW A B Gardner fillod his regular appointment here Sunday morning anti night Mrs C T Poirson and daughter of CeciliPii are visiting friends in town MrC P Austin is visiting in Ro chester for a few days Miss Lizzie Stevens of Rockport spent Sunday with her parents hero Miss Ruth Riley of Hartford is the guest of Miss Mary Stewart this week Mr R B Stevens and wife Mr C DurnesIleft today for a tour of Niagara Falls Saratoga New York and other places they will also visit Jamestown before returning Mr J E Williams is on the sick listMr B C Barnes Is spending a few days at Grayson Springs Mrs D J Coloman who has been spending a few days at Rockport has returned home Miss Isabel Bean of Owensboro is spending a few days with her par ents here e S T T TTT4 MODERN RIP VAN WINKLE Dawson Sensation of two Weeks Proves a Fiasco WItboat a Redeeming Features People in the town of Dawson Hop bins countys famous watering place ere Considerably worked up about two weeks ago over the disappearance of a certain Dr I J Ezell who hails from LaFayette Ky All the gla mour and romance was dissipated Tuesday morning when the supposed dead man walked Into the office of Nllcs in that city about 230 a DrI and asked for medical attention About two weeks ago Dr Ezell I appeared In the meantime W W Rosson an insurance man from Cenj tral Cily was arrested on suspicion I that he was connected in some manner WIth the disappearance of Ezell i he booing the last person seen with the aiBing doctor Rosson was held for a day or two and then released I for lack of evidence As the days passed and nothing was heard of the missing man the theory gained credence that he had I boon foully dealt with and popular sentlin =t was very strong against the suspected man Rosson The reappearance of Dr Ezell Tuesday morniiis roused a revulsion of feeling awl of course Mr Rosson was cleared from any charge whatever Dr Escll when he appeared at the office ef Dr Niles was in very bad phy Cal condition He informed Dr NJles that he had cents to town t a jvesoa and that for the pas im days te hd been living in the country but did not specify any locality conIdltlonto the house of Mr Durham a known citizen of Dawson The wife of Dr Ezell who resides In LaFay ette was telephoned for and has arrived to attend the bedside of her Imsbuul Dr Ezell It is stated is a welltodo citizne of LaFayette Ky anti Is possessed of considerable means The Right Name Blr August Sherpe the popular seer of the poor at Fort Madison la1 says Dr Kings New Life Pills are j rightly rained they act more agreeably j do more good and inako one feel j Letter than any other laxative Guaranteed fo cure biliousness and const patio urc at all druggists drug store i The Pecan Groves j The pecan groves of Southwest I Texas cro yielding more returns with umBllor investment than the average i gold mines of the west ever did As j a result more and more money IsI being jilacod in pecan trees every i ywnr j The pecan tree is not the least trouble to grow It will grow in auy j kind cr soil but its naturul home is In Southwest Texas It will come Into bearing in from five ir seven years and will yield from or to three barrels of nuts a yonr for many generations It ic only within recent years that pecans Save been cultivated Now it is not uncommon for the owner oi grove to receive H revenue of 50001 from bic acre of ground lroes produce annually 150 worth of nuts and grow 47 trees to the acre The yield increases annually until the tree Ja 70 or 75 years old Many persons hesitate about put ting money Into perm groves how over PS there tire no returns for five or six years Thip is not a serious drwlxvck though when it is considered thfct vegetables and small fruits I may be grown uotwwm tne trees until the littler begin to hear i ieckbam Per Bingham Vii iUo is UB own reward but by grace nf Goobelism nail fortuitous cir ounjsl Alices to the Governor of Ken lucky tliire has conu the opportunity to rcwd with the office of Mayor of too cy of Louisville II W Bingham who i just beep ousted from tae I office tt County Attorney of Jefferson oouuty Cnrl who according to a recen cleclfrioii of the Court of Appeals did rice pt and for a year and a half slid fill and profit by the emoluments 1or a public office which passively or rtctivey hu had helped to steal In the notorious election of 190- 5BCUM Mr Bingham happens to be v aaau of refinement and education rt was born find reared amid gen 1 I surrounding matte his mi of the office to which acceptI n vv Ixen elevated the less lo1 and the less honest iVhllb it is surprised to everybody trot Mr Bingham received the ap pointment it is a surprlso to nobody that one of the deposed Jefferson county officials received it An np ixxiitment made outside of the depos ed ring would not have been in ikcf ing with the policy of the pros Cut State admlnib ration to vindicate its own patronnge of criminal act by canonizing the tools of its purposes Thus the appointment of Mr Bingham however clean he may be person silly Is a deliberate sneer at the Court of Appeals an Insult to public opinion TX disgrace to the State andtI nally a slap In the face of the Fusion iris whose rights and privileges he has contemptuously Ignored Governor Beckliam has accomplish ed many things for which he has been justly criticised since ho himself as sumed the occupancy of an office to which lhavoters of this State tad elected another manta Republicanbut in the appointment of Bingjmmtotheo- ffice made vacant by the enforced retirement of Paul C Barth he has committed an offense against taste and delicacy for which there Is no honorable excuse and no extenuation That the appointment of Mr Ding ham is for any unselfish purpose for putting the lid on in Louisville or for any other popular reason is not to be believed So positive a viola tion of the spirit of the law as has occurred in the apointment has in it some motive ulterior to the public good There are hundreds of citi zens in Louisville as genteel as sin cere and just as capable of enforc ing the laws as Mr Bingham is who might have been appointed without protest from any source political or otherwise But Mr Bingham Isabove I all things a Beckhamile which means that he is by iheritance a Goebelite and to Governor Beckham among a thousand reasons for his appointment none was necessary save the lat terOnce more we refer the pople of Kentucky to the Senatorial aspirations of Governor BeckhnmLexing- ton Leader NERVOUS PROSTERITY TOO MUCH FOR MANY Some People Seem to be Uneasy Because the Country is Doing Too Well Nervous prosperity would seem to be the proper diagnosis of the tariff disturbing symptoms manifested in various parts of the country The country is doing too well Everybody Is doing better than anybody ever did before in all history There must be something wrong about it- People who are accounted lane and level headed in the ordinary affairs of lfe are fretting and stewing about this extraordinary prosperity and are con triving how it may be upset If a merchant should voluntarily re duuce his margins of profit merely because of the conviction that he was making too much money or if a me chanic were to Insist upon lower wage because his account in the savings bunk was increasing too rapidly some suspicion would arise as to their men Mil equilibrium Yet a great many people are contemplating something similar to that extraordinary abnegation when they lie awake nights planting how to rip up the tariff and check prosperity- It is a queer disease and hard to classify It must be that it is nervous prosperity Young Bookkeeper Bookkeepers were never before as hard to find The unusual prosperity of fill business enterprises Is directly the cause Xow IB the time for young men to get into permanent and pay ing employment It takes only six or eight months to learn bookkeeping The time and the cost are trivial when compared to the results Full information can be had by writing to ne Bowling Green Business Uni vorsiy at Bowling Green Ky Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid neys are out of order or diseasedKidney trouble has become so prevalent that it is not uncommon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kid neyslf the child urin ates too often if the uflne scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should lie able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with oedwettlng depend upon it the cause of ho difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first vcp should be tpwards the treatment of hose invariant organs This unpleasant trouble is due o a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble remedytheSwamp Root Is soon realized It Is sold by druggists In fifty KKL cent and one dollar sizes You may have a sample bottle by mall free also pamphlet tell nome of swampRoot Ing all about It including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer t Co Binghamton N Y be sure and paperDont mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton NY on every boWes f TELLS HOW TO BEAT BRYAN T Republcans Have But to Standr Fast and True to Their His toric Principle gSRt Evidence comes from all aver the country In the action of conventions the utterances of local leaders and the manifest drift of the body of the party that Mr Bryan is still the one national leader of the Democracy says the Chicago Inter Ocean x There is little doubt that in 1908 Mr Bryan will still lead the Democ racy probobly as Its candidate Therefore the practical problem for the Republican party is likely to be How to beat Bryan Evidently he cannot be beaten by trying to be more radical than he Is One is more expert Man he to trim his sails to all the new winds of doc trine Evidently lie cannot be beaten by being just as radical He would still be the original Jacobs and no pub lic personality of the day is more winning than his Evidently he cannot be beaten by merely going half way with him Re cent experiments on that line have strengthened him and weakened Res publicanism Furthermore such policy would not conciliate thosewh t wish to go all the way with him and would alienate those wno will not g with him at all What then remains for tie Re publican party to do Simply to stand fast In Its historic position to refuse to be stampeded into either rad icalism or reactionto stand fas for the interests of all the American people and especially for the ma p rial welfare of the nation To some material prosperity may seem a base and sordid issue Yet no great moral question such us slavery In 1860 or national honor in 1893 confronts us now Furthermore the safety and com fort of the people are after all the dally business of government and pol itics and a nation must be prosper ous before it can be anything else A cleansing clean cooling sooth ing healing household remedy is Dr Witts Carbolizid Witch Hazel Salve For burns cuts scratches bruises Insect bites and sore feet it is un equaled Good for Piles Beware of imitations Get DeWitts It is the best Sold by all druggists mI Vindication of FairbanksIProbably no fair iar with the facts will con mn the character of warfare being waged by a New York publication known as Colliers Weekly against the second official of the republic the vlcoPresl dent of the United States The pur pose of this attack made at the end of a period of a dozen years during which Mr Fairbanks has been prom inent in public life and surpassing in savage vindictiveness anything that was said concerning this distinguished son of Indiana by any representative of the opposition partyeven during the national campaign when Mr Fair banks name was coupled with that of Theodore Roosevelt on the national Republican ticket is evident enough The VicePresidents name is having favorable mention throughout the country in connection with the Republican presidential nomination A sys tematic campaign is being carried on by a coterie of literary soldiers of for tune in Washington In the interest of whom it does not yet appear but cer tainly not by inspiration from the friends of Gov Hughes Speaker Can non or Senator Knox As to who it Is that may be depending on the vIlli his own political advancement is not fiction of other Republican leaders for yet entirely evident but if the origin of these npsaults becomes known it will hardly inure to the profit of those the public holds responsible for hem Even the name of Thomas Jefferson has not survived the shume of the utacks made through newspaper tools on the good name of Geroge Washington and Alexander Hamilton No public man is living In this great generation who can afford to have r sponsi billty fastened upon him for th scurrilous circulated through such magazines of Colliers and through other channels with a view to muk ing odious the name of any other pub lie man The article in Colliers which that publication has for some time been advertising as an expose of the true inwardness of the viceprudent mikes no reference to his public career upon which any Just man would base a word of censure It deals In the smallest and meanest of person alities such bits of paltry gossip as ny easily be picked in any comiriun ty concerning any man who has been conspicuous A feature of the attack which deserves special attention however and one which will call up on its author and publisher the contempt of every citizen who has the manly instinct is its palpable vIndic- tiveness and its easily demonstrable mendacity In all the article from first to last there is not an important 1 e- J jiLy statement of tact which in ihesjlan guage ori reBiaent Roosevelt might not prolJrltb characterized byan other and an uglier home I It has even become necessary for the au- thorinltia anxiety to place the vice Presldent Jn an unfavorable light to Jrtntn photograph of the alleged home of Mr Fairbanks during his student life aF Ohio Wesleyan Uni versity The building photographed is one in which the Vice President never roomed if indeed it is any where to be found in Delaware 0 the seat of the university The pho tograph is printed for the e of showing that the boy Charles Fair banks was in comfortable circum stances while he was a student in collegeA biography of the Vice President is made the basis of the Col lier attack It is claimed that Sena tor Fairbanks then a candidate for Vice President promised an Indian apolis publisher WB Burford that a quarter of a million copies of the book would be ordered by the Repub lican National Committee and 60000 by the State Committee This is a falsehood As such a contract it abi rogatedwould havo represented a loss to the publisher of 25000 it is evi dent that its cancellation would have been heard of long ago If such an t idiocyI ofIin the article that Mr Fairbanks as a matter of fact paid the first cost of the publication This is not an important matter but it is exploited f by ColHers In the effort to make the public believe that the Vice President is a small manSouth Bend Tribune OaIOR2AIB theThe Kind You Have 6hwa Bought Signature J tliof FOLLOWS HUSBAND EVEN TO PRISON Mrs Bernard Wilson Comes to Jeffersonville to be Near Loved One On the same train that carried Ber nard Wilson from Indianapolis to the Indiana Reformatory to serve a term In that institution were a pretty lit tle woman and a lovely little girl the latter not more than two years old The mother and child were clean povi When the passengers on the train learned that they were the wife and offspring of the man who was lin charge of a Deputy Sheriff in another carthey became the center of attrac tion Many inquiries were madeand it was learned that the devoted wom an was leaving home friends and relatives in order to be near her hus band who is to serve from one to three years in the Indiana Reform atory for petit larceny His offense was committed before the new law whjch makes the penalty from one to eight years took effect Arriving in JeffersonvllleMrs WIl- son had but 150 in money and no where to sleep She set out to search for work but as she was accompanied by her little girl she found no en couragement At the cottage House conducted by Mr and Mrs Louis Saunders she was told she could have permanent employment at remuner ative wages but they could not take the child The mother and little one were given a good meal and a place to sleep and yesterday steps were taken to ward placing the child in the Orphans Home If that is accomplished Mrs Wilson will go to work and on the days when relatives are permitted to visit inmates of the Reformatory she will see her husband Nearly all didfashioned Cough Syrups are constipating especially those that contain opiates They dont act right Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup contains no opiates It drives the cold out of the system by gently moving the bowels Contains Honey and Tar and tastes nearly as good as maple syrup Children like It Sold by all druggists m T Such A Funny Business The Tariff cuts off foreign trade says the Courier witk pathetic yearning for the good old days before the process of excision began It must be that the wicked Tariff has that effect for that paper says so flatly and if the figures of foreign trade contradict it so much the worse for the figures For the figures do contradict all who keep the eternal cry that the Tariff cuts down foreign trade It has been the doctrine of FreeTraders for half a century and appeared 1n the last national Democratic platform but it never had a leg of fact to stand on The Tariff as it stands has been in force for ten years In 1896 our foreign trade amounted toa total vat ud of 1662331000 In 1906 It amounted in value to just under 3000000000 d t y o I J a 1 fit t riic New 0h Stove Different fron other oil stove Superior btet of its economy cletnlineM ted easy operation The NEW PERFECTION Wick Blue flame HI CookStove styes fuel expense and lessen the work Produces a strng rkii flame instantly Flame always under immediate control Gives quick results without ovethedini the kitchen Made in three yourdealersvltcircular IThE Ro Lamp it the but lamp for allround household useJMade of brass throughout and beautifully nickeled Perfectly constructedabsolutely safe unexcelled in liiht power an ornament to any room Every lamp If not at your dealer write to our nearest agepcy- STANDARD OIL COMPANY INOABP0KATEB F BUSINESS COLLEGES ARE FAILURES I 1nereforebewise Sendtorthennesecc BRTANT STRATTON COLLEGE Loutarlne8y- lue Ten years ago the excess of exports was 102000000 Last year the ex cess of exports was over 517000000 For the decade the excess of exports over imports was the rather handsome total of 4900000000 The current year is making as good showing as any that Is behind It When a citizen or newspaper can look at the returns of our foreign trade since the enactment of the Din gley Tariff law and then gravely as sert that the law cuts down our for eign trade though that trade by decades and is the marvel of the world it looks like case of mental aberration Of course the richest and most people in the world make the finest market in the world and all the nations are trying their best all the time to break into it for they are paying but fraction of the wages paid American workers and are met in some regular lines of com petition In neutral markets solely by reason of the skill and intel ligence of American artisans Ihiffalo News The Exact Purpose- No more practical illustration of the value of the American Protective Tariff policy could possibly be given than Is presented in recent statement made by the national bureau of sta tistics It is therein shown that not only have American shipments to oth er countries increased enormously but that the percentage of such goods on which labor has been expended has made greater gain The proportion of American products sold in thecrude state is 28 per cent less than in the earlier days of our Tariff history And not only is this true but it is also found that much larger proportion of the goods coming to the United States are in the crude state on which no labor has been yet expended than ever before We tore doing more of the labor of the world In American shops and factories and mills and at the same time requiring proportionate Iv less of the labor elsewhere performed The exact purpose of our countrys Protective Tariff policy is well protrayed in these direct result of its existence Houghton Web Journal Millionaire Loved Poverty- On the Island of Elba there lately died a man named Melani who though a millionaire had for money years lived as a guest In peasants family Ho had it seems completely lost his memory and had certainly forgotten that he was so high He always lived asa poor man passing his time In meditation and prayer so that the fishers of the island regard ed him as a saint M Melani bequeathed everything he had to his kindhearted boasts wht as can easily be understood were surprised beyond measure when they f N d 1 A C H F J warranted prosperous In small titles and towns because There Is not sufficient population to support GOOD school Such schools are usually conducted by persons who are NOT qualified or who make It practice to travel about and de fraud their patrons There are few If any opportunities for their graduates to secure employment In jsuchlocalltles The THOROUGH business colleges conrsmall cl ties ortowns can not secure employ ment Inl area sides when thrown In compe- titIon with the THOROUGH graduates of highclass schools as business men hare no time to experiment with Incompetents moneyMri BUSINESS a a doubles a n higher a a a u Y I 1 a a 2 a 3 M 4 t I MAGAZINE READERS 8UK9ET MAGAZINE 50andaU the Far WestaMt- CAMERA CKAFT- deroted each month to the tiltc 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Europe astonishes the New Zealander so much as the crowds so nothing in New Zealand is so sur prising to the Englishmen as the vast stretches of uninhabited land tjlSyen the tourist on the couch roads 4 Tnmy easily travel twenty miles without passing a single house On the road leading to one of the most popular resorts of North island along fifty miles of highway there is but one small inn where the horsed are chang ed says a correspondent of Macmlll ans Magazine and one Maori village with a solitary white teacher for its school The rest is scrub or swamp where wild horses roam or cleared bush + or ternland with patches of rough pasture And to reach the far famed lakes of the South island beautiful enough when they are reached the coach tolls for two whole days through Inch es of dust and mud according t9 the season dragging its slow way past miles of seeming desert where even the yellow tussock grass is supplanted by thistles or by patches of green lichen resembling nothing so much as verdigrisIn Zealand they appraise land by the number of sheep it will car ry and this is five or six acres to a sheep and a merino sheep into the bargainThe driver ns ho passes flings out letter bags at the little wayside post offices or tuck them into wooden boxes perched by the highway In this way the post is delivered twice or possibly thrice a week in summer and once in winter But this is along the coach roadsany map will show how few they are and even they are often impassable for wheeled traf fic in winter Then the post cart sunk to Its axles lumbers along at the rate of two miles an hour or the postman rides in mud up to his horse girths and those who have business abroad do likewise or wait at home for betterweather Luckily in no part of NewZealand are the winters so long and so severe as in England but metal for road making it scarce in New Zealand and labor Is scarcer and dearer When one thinks of all that has been done and of the fifty years or so that it has been done in the wonder Is not that the roads are bad but that there are so many roads of any kind On many big runs which years of toll have gone to make all the win ters stores must be housed not later than April because when the rains come only an ox dray or a pack horse can travel along the road to the township rued that with difficul ty and tho storekeepers must bring all their wares from the nearest rail way station or toast town before the weather breaks standing out of their money for many months or elso they must suffer the loss of oxen and horses bogged or exhausted with the heavy winters york No wonder store goods are dear Four foot deep and four foot wide is the familiar description of the roads in the roadless north which has a preeminently evil reputation in that way but even in the old set tlements southward walking is often out of tho question not only because there is nowhere to go within walk ing distance but also because of the roads and the unbrldged rivers Nor is that tho worst that tout befallfor in many districts even yet there are no roads only bridle paths or foot tracks ending at the waters edge nearest port of call for coastwise steamers Cured of Lung Trouble It is now eleven years since I had a narrow escape from consumption writes C O Floyd a leading busi ness man of Kershaw S C I had run down in weight to 135 pounds and coughing was constant both by day and by night Finally I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and continued this for about six months when my cough and lung trouble were entirely gone and I was restored to my normal weight 170 pounds Thousands of persons are healed ev cry year Guaranteed by nil drug gists drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle freer Gocd Conversationalist To be a good conversationalist you must be spontaneous buoyant natural sympathetic and must have a spirit of good will You must feel the spirit of helpfulness and must enter heart and soul into the things which interest others You must get the attention of people and hold it by interesting them and you can only Interest them by a warm sympathy I i 0 Words of Praise For the several Ingredients of which Dr Plerces medicines Bro composed as given by leaders in all the several schools of medicine should have far moro weight than a amoUnt of nonprofessional tes timonials Dr Plcrcos Favorite Prescription has TUE BADOE OF HONESTY on every bottlewrapper In a full list of all its in gredients printed in plain English If you are an invalid woman and suffer tiackachaanawIngdlsagfedWe catarrhal pelvic drain dragglrfadown distress In lower abdomen specksdanclklndfed sym toms caused by female weak ness outhcr derangement of the feminine organs tat can not do better than take Dr Plercfc Favorite Prescription operaUnita use In such cases Thereby tho obnoxious ra tI ns p ys c ancan be voIded an ai- c rse o suuess urea 1 ent carried t aver to Ptescr ptlon coupe o every heft native medicinal roots known to medical science for the euro of womans peculiar ailments contains no alcohol and no harmful or drugs FavoritePrescrlp1lon it not or cure tumors No medicine will It will do as much to establish vigorous health In most weak nesses and ailments peculiarly Incident to women as medicine can It must be given a fair chance by perseverance In ita use for a reasonable of time You t nlllrl tn pt trum s a s s to for thlqy ot com F I Ion- S c women are Invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free All correspond enco Is guarded as sacredly womanly confidences Bro protected professional privacy AddressDr R V Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets the best laxative and regulator of the bowels They invigorate stomach liver and bowels One a laxative two or three a cathartic Easy to take as candy a real friendly sympathy If you are cold you cannot get attention To be a good conversationalist you must be broad tolerant A narrow stingy soul never talks well A man who is always violating your sense of taste of justcle and of fairness never Interests you You lock tight all the approaches to your inner self every avenue is closed to him and when they are closed your magnetism and your helpfulness are cut offand the conversation is perfunctory me chanical and without life or feel ingYou must bring your listeners close to you and must open your heart wide and exhibit a broad free na ture and an open mind You must be responsive so that a listener will throw wide open every avenue of his nature and give you free access to his heart of heartsSuccess Mag azine USE OF KNIFE TO REFORM CRIMINALS Ogletreeand Harris Indiana Con victsl First to Feel Effect of New Law lames C Ogletree sentenced to the Indiana prison from New Albany and Frank Harris sentenced from Jeffer Eonville will be tho first prisoners to be treated according to the provisions of the law passed at the last session of the Legislature which provides for the slerlizing of criminals The two men are also tho first to be sentenced for a life term for a crime of the nature committed by them Ogletree was charged with abuslug his five daughters Harris having abused his stepdaughter Dr II C Sharp Reformatory phy sician in Jeffersonville will confer with Gov Hanly at onco in regard to treating the prisoners According to the law tho approval of the Governor is necessary If tho Governor approves tho next step will be the appointment of a commission Which will supervise the surgical operation call ed for in the law Dr Sharp was largely Instrumen tal In having the Saw enacted by tho last Legislature as he believed it would prove beneficial to society The bill when It was before the Legis lature was wldly discussed and met with some opposition or itWhen tho baby is teething is cross and restless it becomes feever I sh and in many cases vomits a great deal and oftentimes cannot oven keep cool water on the stomach All the delicate little organs of the stomach are affected bringing on colic and di arrhoea Cascasweet for babies and children makes the stomach right and allays inflammation and prevents ir ritation Cflscasweet makes baby happy and well Sold by all druggists PLAN TO UNITE TOBACCO MEN Meting Will Be Held in Louis ville July 17 To Form Oreanizatin of the Dark and Burley GrWtrsFortyC- ounties Represented Plans of great magnitude involv ing the coalition of the forces of the tobacco growers of both the dark and burley districts of this state into an organization to be known as the Ken tucky Society of Tobacco Growers will be made at a meeting of repre sentatives of county organizations to be held at the Board of Trade Ex change hall July 17 says the Louis ville Herald Announcement of the meeting was made Thursday I Though no tobacco man was seen yesterday who was sponsor for the movement John L Dunlap a local broker said that many prominent growers of both districts are behind the plan for the meeting and that an organization which will concen trate the holdings of the organiza tions in Louisville so that any sales I made under the growers organiza tions auspices will be made in Louis villeThis I means that CincinnatiLexing ton and other cities which have been changed for the more central point where better facilities for storing and handling the crops will be available Mr Dunlap said that about 100 men representing thirty or forty counties will be here It is estimated that the organizations control about 40 per cent of the crops Local tobacco men said last night that rumors have been afloat for some time of a plan to Join the American Society of Equity and the Burley Growers Association Those who were spoken to however said that they were not directly concerned in the movement The two growers bodies W reformed for the purpose of pooling the growing crops and of securing from the trust higher prices for their product Refusal to Join the move ment led to the raids of night rid ers in Western Kentuckyand to the burning of warehouses and factories where tobacco not bought from the association was stored Through Mr Dunlap says that the plan has not yet been worked for the new organization to become a holding company for the tobacco of members of the two organizations this will be probably be one of the developments Beware of Ointments for Ca tarrh that Contains Mercury As mercury will surely destroy the sense rf smell and completely d range t1 e whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never bo used except on prescriptions from repua blo physicians as the damage they will do is ton fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by K J Cheney C Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken Internally acting directly upon thy blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying hulls Catarrh Cure be sure you get tho genuine It is taken internally and made Iu Toledo Ohioby P J Cheney fi Go Testimonials free- rSold by Druggets Price 7nc boWl Take Halls Family Pills for Con stipation m i Leeches and Lemons Wherever you go in Ceylon SKfrt tho sailor you always carry a lemon For punch For leeches They aint merely water leeches in Ceylon theyre land leeches too These bloodsuckers hang on to bush es and tre sthey lirk in the grass waiting for you Tho average slzu before dinner is only an inch long and ho thicker than a hairyou might say invisibleThey easy work their way through the thread of your stockings and un derwear After dinner theyre as fat as your fingerIWherever you go the leeches prey on you I was dressed in white one night dlnln with a beautiful Ceylon girlwhen I saw a red streak on my white pants below the knee Excusing oooooooooo ooooooooool Q The effect of malaria a long time A You catch cold easily or become run 0down because of the after effects of malaria 0 2sV It builds new blood and tones up your nervous system ALL DRUQQISTSi BOp AND 1- 00oo499o9ooooo 1 KA v thyself hastily I retired It was a leech of course dlnfn with me unin vited The only way to get them off with out breaking them and leaving their heads inside you is to squeexo a few drops of lemons on them the same as if they were raw oytsers That par alyzes them and they fall to the ground like ripe fruit Every two or three minutes you see the Ceylonese stop take out a lemon and anoint carefully the halfdozen leeches stuck in u black mass to the calf of the leg The average Ceylon leech was I said half an inch long Yet theres some full three inches long that can dump by crluus that Jump on you from the bushes as you pass by Sounds doobious dont it Bu what can be doobious in a land where they have blrdcatchin spiders and centipedes a foot long Wise Counsel From the South I want to give some valuable ad fice to those who suffer with lame back and kidney trouble says J R Blunkenship of Beck Tenn I have proved to an absolute certainty that Electric Bitters will positively cure this distressing condition The first bottle gave me great relief and after taking a few more bottles I was completely cured so completely that it becomes a pleasure to recommend this great remedy Sold under guarantee at all druggists drug store Price 60c WOMAN MAKES INGU BATER OF HERSELF Had Ambition to Put Out First I Chickens in Springtime Hardin Allison the grocery drum mer relates a very interesting incident at Bonnleville A miserly woman of that locality was struck en CI vn witn rteuuiitisnt from exposure to the weather in a desperate effort to hoard up money The fowls in her hennery refused to go + o toting and as tho mrkaet for spring chickens was near tit hand dllemImnand as she was bodfabt olio could not have manipulated one even if she had it She tumbled to an ex pedient which would unable liar to i put the first spring chickens on tho market She concluded to mike an old hen or an incubator out of hertelf Sho placed a number of eggs around her in the bed placing them between her body and her AtIlheout eighteen strong and healthy chickens These she placed with an old hen whlc had juat gone to H IlIler reputation for puing the first spring chickens on iw Bu niovillo market was saved A FIdfor money led her ui hatch oUt other brood and Mr Allis a authority for the satemmi the u old woman is still hatching y ug cilckeus at the rae of a doxiu 1 ad i half at the end of ev ry three wu k l1flIringbles dangrtoiiH ailments that 1 lid bo checked prompiL DeWiU s K d iu y and Itlnddcr 111alO tr L remedy for lnickiii weak kd H iflnmmauon of till bladder Ti r c iou IB pruinpt tttnl sure A v kill Ittmlllt frr 2 jc Sold by 11 Ctmt gists r Too AllFired Generous A railro d porter clClmd ii rI- Ion Sinclairs nearing that IVtg bates were sometim s grains d pisfly out qf generosity Mr SiiilO laughing exclaimed Admit ut u be true and then your geucroiiBy 1- no Uetter timed than Alkali ikiK A traveler prrivui late one jlgn a the Palnco Hotel in Tin Can 1ilIllI- IJ Lug very tired hn ordered his diii r to be served in CH room I As he was piac fully eating his bear steak be heard a loud noiw downstairs a bang au oath iw i i quick crashes and then a bullet ul ui j up through the floor and wounded the traveler in Putting t11llegIhe rose room with loud groans Suddenly the landlord burst in on him Whar did that their bullet go to the landlord exclaimed laughing Oh air ye hurt stranger Wnll nn thats too bad Ye see Alkali Ikt t J Redface Leary had an argym ut over tiiolr liquor down in the bar and fit it out fair and spuare Utdfaco fired the fust and missed and Ikothe all fired generous cussho fired in tho ar How to Cure Chilblains To enjoy freedom from chilblains writs John Kemp East Otisfleld Mo- l apply Duckllns Arnica Salve Have also used it for salt rheum with excellent results Guaranteed to cure fever sores indolent ulcers piles burns wounds frost bites and skin druglstore f9 AVegefable Piepst tionfor As similating thcFoodande Ida ting the Stomachs andBowels of INF vNisfHik KhN Promotes DigeationCteerful ness and neither OpiumMorphine nor OneraL NARCOTICS jarcaiewrsr4iizirmrqsZ biJ SJIt forConsUpanon Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and Loss OF 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4 ifo si Will Make no Mistake by VisitIng the Reliable j 41andWell Known Firm of i 4 5 WILLIAMS MILLER tI3 bi 4 For anything they needon the farm They ot 49 handle Plows ofall kinds and makes Disc jj and4qbJ jt J busreiea for young folks and old folks w bit S In Addition t4We have the best equipped shop in Ohio county 4 Z fitted with the latest improved machinery and ap bit 43 pliances and besides all kinds of general Blacksmith j 1Qing can do many jobs in firstclass shape that otherb 43 cannot do at all Everything at very by ate prices Z 4 = VVILLIAMS MILLERIfl BEAVER DAM KENTUCKYtfi M r y ya Hartford Republican XMued by the Hartford rabllibtng Company INCOnrOBAVBD C M B4RHBTT EditorO B SMITH f XExspnOt IiJ c brlan 34 aoUII sZ22FRIDAY JULY 5 Examine the label on your paper If t Is not correct notify us I REPUBLICAN TICKET i For GovernorIAUGUSTUS E WILLSON- of Louisville r For Lieutenant Governor W H COX t Of Mason County For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT Of Christian County o For Auditor FRANK P JAMES Of Mercer County For State Treasurer r CAPT ED FARLEYI i Of McCracken County For Secretary of State DR BEN L BRUNER- Of Hart County For Supt of Public Instruction J G CRABBE Of Boyd County Commissioner of Agriculture- M J RANKIN Of Henry County For State Senator- J W WRIGHT Of Muhlenburg County For Representative DR J A DUFF Sulphur Springs Precinct Willson seems to be a good nameto conjure with just now A Democratis exchange says Wo are for some good Democrat who can win We suspect that It Is not absolutely necessary that he be so good provided he can only win The Republican State platform declares for a county Unit Law whlch will not exempt such towns as Ow ensboro and Central City WHat Democratic candidate has declared for such a measure This paper has a much larger cir culatlon In Ohio county than any nth er paper and persqns desiring antad vertlsing medium through which iP reach the people of this county fshould bear this in mind The Republican State Convention recognized organized labor by nomi nating a man for the office of dpiHJ missioner of Agriculture who 8 a State officer of the A S of E and one of its most prominent workers Our young friend Roscoe Downev af the Kentucky citizen has joined the Benedicts With his bride he qL tended the recent Republican Stijte Convention May both the matrimo nial and journalistic roads be bright and rosy for our colaberer In response to our statement that its column and a half devoted to the Re publican platform was one continu ous misrepresentation The Hartford Herald says There is nothing on Sunday observance and only simple mention of the local option question We regret to Include the Herald in the class referred to further down this column but since it preslsts in forcing to the front its Ignorance of the Re publican platform we see no other alterative Sounds funny for some one who has no platform of principles and wouldnt dare promulgate one to harp continually on pretended faults of some one who has the courage to write down his convictions It was ever thus The fellow wild does not want to do anything or wants to be let alone in his meanness sim ply puts his finger in his mouth criti cises and damns what his fellow cit izen is doing or proposes to do Time Ills passed however when this class of persons who are growing less un der the advance of intelligence can influence anyone The Owensboro Messenger out of its bubbling overflow of wisdom re marks Republican harmony In Ken tucky Is about as genuine as Repub lican prosperity lust think if your mind can be forced back to those days of the soup houses and idle workmen during the Cleceland times After during the Cleveland tunes After reflection on those days turn to the present when everybody Is employed at the highest price ever paid for labor In any county and when all I the people are more prosperous and living happier and easier than ever before Study the conditions briefly contrasted and if you aro notable to note a wide difference for the better brother Woodsons pert except y M CCc i rr may mean something to you But whatever it means Kentucky Republl calla are harmoniously united on the most excellent ticket recently named and are as sure to win In November as all thinking people see a differ Democratic and Republican national administrations Small politicians of the Beckham machine type and political organ ol eyeti lest dimensions have begun to whine about the Republican partys stand on the liquor question Some even punily remark that the Republi can platform foils to declare in favor of Sunday closing These measley cfealurea have evidently failed to read the platform Had they taken the time they have already spent In find iAg imaglnaVy fault with the platform ip regdinAt they would have found paragraph six this statement rheMshodld be prompt efficient en forcement of the criminal laws of ev ery kind and at all times If this does not cover the Sunday closing law to the satisfaction of all now can It be covered We believe that all fair sanded people are In accord with the Republican Idea Enforce all the laws If a common tough or a repu table business man sells liquor on Sunday punish him for it If a ruffian or leading citizen attempts to over throw an election punish him for it Equal rights to all and exclusive privileges to none is the doctrine of Kentucky Republicans as enunciated in tjieir platform They ask all citi zens opposed to the present regime to join with them Our friend exCounty Attorney Barites takes exception to our recent statement to the effect that his sal ary and allowances during his term amounted to about 900 per year It is not our desire to do Mr Barnes any injustice and we shall not do so The matter would not have been un der discussion except for the state ment in the Herald that tho Republican county administration had in creased expenses by raising salaries This we denied and since Mr Barnes own figures prove the truth of our contention it is immaterial whether It amounted to 900 or not Take his own figures and we find that in four years he received 299010 which is only 250 less per year than the salary now paid Mr Woodward How ever wo find that Mr Barnes over looked three Items on the Auditors book as follows 1885 1895 and 1025 which would run his amount 00 tp something over 75500 per year There are two items on the Auditors book amounting to 12000 for timber furnished the county which we do I not 1 consider fair to include and do not use la the list of Mr Barnes al lowances Our readers will remember ilaiour contention with the Herald was that the present county officials lie paid no more than their predeces sors when the books are compared We hardly expected Mr Barnes to plupteer himself as a witness in our but desire here and now to return to him our thanks for so UolhgLet the truth be told This paper expects to stand for fair play to all I RENDER July 2 Flavlous Davenport of Narsh Tex and H V Money of Louisville I and Geo Burr of Hawesvllle were here last Wednesday- M L Heavrin and E G Barrass lof Hartford and C M Nall of Kchols were here last Thursday Jno Francis was in Beaver Dam FridayMrs B C and Arthur Dowell were in Hartford Friday Jno Spinks was In Horton Friday Born to the wife of E E Burton on Friday a boy Ed is all smiles Dr H B Innis was the attending 1WC Porter of Owensboro were here SaturdayG Roll spent Saturday and Sunday in Central CityIMessrs E H Penick of Louisville were here yester day i Miss Avis Evans returned to her I home in Wllllamsport Pa today after visiting Mr and Mrs Simon Jones and Miss Lucye James also her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Jas Stephens of Central City for the past five months She was accompanied home by her cousin Simon Stephens who will locate there for awhile Miss Virginia Cobbe of Sacramento is tho guest of Miss Nellye Harris at this writing Little Miss Mary Louise Rice of Central City is the guest of Mr and Mrs Simon Jones HAVE YOUR PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED A piano is a delicate and valuable instrument and its care should be Intrustedonly to an expert Pi ana Tuning well done lengthens the life of the pianopoor tuning ruins it Please remember that I hold a diploma from the largest and host school of piano tuning in the world and that I guarantee perfect finished work in every case at the lowest charges consistent with the best workship A E SANDEFURi KyI Quarterly Rep- ortoFTHE CROMWELL DEPOSIT BANK AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON 29TH DAY OF JUNE 1907 i RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 1697895 Due from National Banks 581704 Banking House and Lot 50000 Specie 52480 Currency 237600 290080 Other Items carried ns cash i13489 Furniture and Fixtures 144055 Current expenses last quarter 60526 Total 2937749 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid Inin cash 1500000 Undivided Profits 106367 Deposits subject to check on which interest is not k paid 941195 Deposits subject to check on which In terest Is aid390187 1331382 Total 2977ASUPPLLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm including the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly if such Indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount Of surplus of that bank None Highest amount of indebtedness of any director or officer if the amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of bank NoneSee Section 583 Ky Statutes Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus NoWere all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therfrom before declaring dividend and was not loss than 10 Per cent of the net profits of the bunk for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes I See Section 596 Ky Statutes STATE OF KENTUCKY County of Ohio ss J P Miller Cashier of Cromwell Deposit Bunk a bank located and do lug business on Main street in the town of Cromwell In said countybe lug duly sworn says the foregoing report is In all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close of business on the 29th day of June 1907 to the best of his knowledge and belief and fur ther says that the Business of said bank has been transacted at the lo cation named and not elsewhereand that the above report Is made in com pliance with an official notice receiv ed from the Secretary of State designating the 29th day of June 1907as the day on which such report shall be madeJ P MILLER Cashier J J STEWART T E COOPER A B LEACHDirectors Subscribed and sworn to before me by J P Miller the 29th day of June 1907 G B LIKENS N P 0 C My Commission expires February 10 1910 Quarterly Report OF THE BANK OF HARTFORD At the Close of Business on the 29th day of June 1907 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 16911278 Overdrafts secured 234287 Overdrafts unsecured 96631 Cash and due from banks 6120179 Checks for remittance 268244 Banking house and lot 300000 Furniture and fixtures 100000 Total 24030619 LIABILITIES Capital stock 4000000 Surplus 1200000 Undivided profits 206654 Dividend No 40 160000v Deposits 18463965 Total 24030619 JNO T MOORE Cashier 1HROWAN HOLBROOK Dlrs JNO C THOMAS J Subscribed and sworn to before irie by Jno T Moore the 29th day of June 1907 MARY T SMITH N P 0 C My commission as Notary Public expiresMarch121910Tax Sheriff R B Martin has received certificate from Auditor Hager of the amount of taxes due from Ohio county and Is now ready to receive taxes it s QtaarterJy Report OF T1- 1EROCKPORT Depositl8nKAT THE CLOSE OP BUSINESS ON THE 29fh DAY OF JUNE 1967 ltESOURCESI Loans und Discounts 4334307 Overdrafts unsecured 80883 Due from National Banks q L62UO16 Due from State Banks and bankers 640422 1172488 Banking hurise and lut 251209 Specie 8 70700 Currency 522000 601700 Other Items carried us cash 460 20 Furniture and Fixtures 2 224 BO Fund to pay taxes 0345 Current expenses last quarter 87048 Total 86803280 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid Inln cash 815 000 00 Fund 739122 Undivided Profits 144870 Deposits subject to check on which In pald2886782Time deposit on which Interest is paid 2108150 5084041 Total 6803289 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebted rerson ing In the liability of the com pany or firm the liability of the Individual members there of directly or Indirectly If such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amt of surplus of the bank None Highest 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 Sec 588 Kentucky Stat utes None Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm including In the lia bility of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof exceed HO per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus No Amount of last dividend SlUOOOO Were all expenses losses in terest and taxes deducted declaringdividend than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declaredYesS-ee Sec 500 Kentuckys tatutcs ssCOUNTY UockportDepositing business on Main Street in the town of Rockport 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 the close of business on the 20th day of June 1907 to the best of his knowledge and belief and fur ther says tnat the business of said Bank has been transacted at the lo cation named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made in com pliance with an official notice received designatIng day on which such report shall be madeSubscribed and sworn to before me by E L Dupuy the 1st day of July I OhioCounRyinMy20 1010 E L DUPUY Cashier W P lLEU Director Louis RooEUs Director J E MADDOX Directorf Notice- On July 27 1907 at my office in Hartford I will hold a competative examination to select two beneficar lea to the A and M College of Kentucky The examination will be Eng lish Grammar History of the United States Geography and Arithmetic The appointees will bo selected from the two having the highest grades The appointments to the Normal de partment will be made later In the year The July teachers examination will be held at Fordsvllle JAMES 11 DeWEESE S C S Quarterly Report OF TH- EPEOPLES BANK BEAVER DAM KY At the Close of Business on the 29th day of June 1907 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 2152955 Due from National banks 640356 Banking house and lot 160000 07CurrencyFurniture and Fixtures 150167 Current Expenses last Quarter 32949 Prior expenses 70846 Total i 3626680 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash 15 00000 Surplus Fund 3061 Undivided profits 170004 E1 P Barnes Bros LlI a +t FURNITURE t+ As complete housefurnishers we stand without a rival in this part of f the country For years we have evIJerythingI shipment of Furniture just unload ed and now ready for your ihspec tion Bed room Suites at each 1950 I I up to 5000 Odd Beds at each 2 to 12 Odd Dressers 950 to 25 J Rocking chairs at each 125 up to 10 I Dining Chairs at per set 350 up ItoDining 810 Tables at each 5 to 10 Safes and Cupboards at each 250 to 10- Kitchen 1 Iup Cabinets at each 1150 to Twentyfive Dollars Visit our Furniture t I and see for yourself departmentI f favors but propose to customer full value for every I lar spent with us dolI I Beaver Dam a Deposits subject to check 1 on which interet is not j 1953615Time j its on which interest is paid 581450 J Total 3626680 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firmdncludtng In the liability of the company or firm the liability of the I individual members thereof directly or Indirectly if such Indebtedness ex ceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid iri and actual amount ofI surplus of that bank None Highest amount Indebtedness of any director or officer if the amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of bank NoneSee Section 583 Ky statutes Does amount of Indtbtednem of any person company or firm including in the liability of toe company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof xcd 30 per cent of imjd up capital und actual surplus No Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per centof net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dibldend carried to tho surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes SfllulsiCounty of Ohio ES W A Rone Cashier of Peoples Bank a bank located and doing busi ness at No street In the town of Beaver Dam in said cdunty being duly sworn says the foregoing report is in all respects is a true statement of the condition of tho said bank at the close of business on the 29th day of June 1907 to the best of his knowl edge and belief and further says that the busines of said bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above re port is mqda in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 29th day of June 1907 as the day on which such report shall be made W A HONE Cashier J T ALFORD J P STEVENS K V WILLIAMS t Directors Subscribed and sworn to before mo by W A none cashier tho 1st day of July 1907 DD Rhoads N PO C My commission expires Juno 15 1908 I ALL Jv PRICES OF GOODS IN Jlfl tJNE Quality Equip given in Mail Catalogs i or Newspaper Ads I will be found equally as low and many times lower at J B TAPPAN 1 C Reliable Jeweler and Opticianr HARTFORD KY o I JAMES C BENNETT- P E 4O Box 115 Hartford K- yLICENSED AUCTIONEERWill i rty In Ohio county Terms reason t ble Your patronage solicited T D RENFROWI G DENTISTAll work in his line executed by the most Improved methods Crown and f i worktguaranteed i Hartford iNtofce To Miners and Farmers We ask of yoU not to buy wagons or buggies from the HIckmanEbbert componyof recognizethe yDoneWILSONRecording 678 U M W of A tf t j 4 tsl p Id e J 3 FAIRS 3- BASEMENT f f 1 iAn economical place to buy your kitchen and dining room outfit Complete assortments of China ware Glassware Woodenware Tinware Etc at prices away below their valuesin otherwords 15c and 25c values for 6c and lOc Come to Headquar ters for these goodse lr CHINAWARE Meat Dishes Vegetable Dish es Soup Dishes Cups and Sau o cers Dessert Dishes PlatesSoup Plates China Pitchers Salt and Pepper Shakes Toothpick Hold ers and many other useful art titles In Chinaware all for 5c and lOc none higher MISCELLANEOUS Hat Racks Clothes Lines Dus i tors Buggy Whips Letter Paper Soaps Spring Scales Clothes 4 Pins Flower Pots Ice Hooks Ice Picks Match Safes Fry Pans Picture Frames Talcum Powder Blueing Gilt Paint Paint Brushes Etc PotsTin r WHY PAY fror artacles coming direct to our Basement you can buy these manymore I servicable articles at prices that will astonish you Our motto is Always the Best Always Below It a Competition AT The Bargain uentel J 0 Hartford FRIDAY JULY 5 I IIHnolsCentralRallroadTIm Table Horlb Bound Moalh 6od i No82due407aui Nol21dn llJl a m I NolKdatl 90p m NoIOI due 248 p TIIj Hoi03dn l48pm No Ill da 940 m I T Sr L F Woerner is visiting friends iniTell City Ind I Mr D Ford Livermore visited his family Wednesday I I Call at Barnard Cos for pattern books FREE newI J Mr Jpshua Beda T i see us while in town Monday Mr J C Riley went to Louisvlllt q Wednesday returning yesterday 1 jKep the flies out Get your Screens I of Hartford Mill Co They make all sizestf andsa HARTFORD MILL CO When in need ot dental work of any kind on Dr Renfrew over r Baughns storeiI Agency for Ladies Home Journal Y Patterns at Barnard Cos New j Patterns now in stock k j Miss Lucilo Pirtle who has been visiting relatives In Owensboro ro I turned home Wednesday Leave your laundry at Cleve Hers j grocery Work guaranteed Prompt l delivery Agent RIchmndLaun Adry 4Qtf I The merchant gets discount for i 1cash You do too if you save your cash register tickets from Barnard ll Cos The Hartford Mill Co wants to sell lou any material you need to build i or tepalr your Muse Roofing very cheap p Jailer Oscar Mldkiff and little daugh ter who have typhoid fever aro get ting along as well as could be ex pected 7 MrT Collins wife and chil dren Louisville are visiting the fam ilies of Capt 8 K Cox and Mr Luke Collins asterGlenn sonof Judge and Mrs J S Glenn has returned from ill extended visit to relatives at Drakesboro Ky ty GLASSWARE Salad Bowls Cake Stands Glass Pitchers Pickle Dishes Sugar Bowls Preserve Stands Spoon Holders Celery Stands Cream Pitchers Glass Tumblers Sherbet Cups Lemon Squeezers Dessert Dishes Lamps Vases Salt Shakers Etc r TINWARE One and onehalf gallon Buck ets Cups Stew Pans Cake Pans Baking Pans Muffin PansBread Pans Pudding Pans Pot Tops Funnels Dish Pans Coffee Pots Tea Sitters Bread Toasters Etc Call and see us MORE the Above when by and Republican Denton I Mr Alex Barnett who has been quite sick is abletob out again Mrs A B Gardner and children are the guests of relatives in Butler county Do not forget the New Methodist Church Society Carnival at the rink tonight Mrs ToL Griffin and son Henry left Monday to spend the summer witl relatives near Owensboro t LOST A Red Men pin with letters TO T Eo Finder return to this office and get reward koElder WB iWrlgftt will fill his regular appointments at the hall next Sunday morning and evening Rev J A Lewis returned Tuesday from a few days visit to Diamond Springs much berief in health The pulpit at the Presbyterian church will be filled by Mrs L M Wooseley next Sunday morning and evening IThe report of the Cromwell Deposit in this issue shows a splendid growth of one of the young institutions of the county Mrs A J Casey Hopkinsville and Mrs J E Rows and Mrs Newton Fields Owensboro are the guests of relatives in Hartford Why not bring your ChlckensEggs HamsFeaVhers and all kinds of good produce to Carson Co and get in return the very best of merchandise The Fordsville Banking Companys bank as shown by its report publish I elsewhere in this issue shows con tinued prosperity of the best and safest bank at Fordsvlile IMranllMrs C 0 Cruse of Mason Whittaker Owens boro and Mrs JaR P Thomas Lou isville were among those who came from a distance to attend the funeral tf Mrs E P Thomas Wednesday I I A newBaptlst church was dedicated at Narrows last Sunday The dedicatory sermon was delivered by Rev A B Gardner of Hartford Dinner was served on the grounds to the large crowd In attendance Notice the statement t the Peoples Bank of Beaver Dam in this Issue This Is comparatively a new bank but its condition is good and shows capable management Mr Isaac Johnson and wife Spring Grove Ky are visiting the families of Hon JP Sandefur and Mrs NI A Yeiser Mr Johnson Is a brother of Mrs Sandefur and Mrs Yeiser L LL Hon B D Ringo was in town a few days first of the week Mr W T Woodward arrived Pt home Saturday after several months absence at El Paso Texas Mrs T R Barnard who has beer quit ill for the past few days is im proving S Mr L S Arbuckle and children of Weir City Kan are the guests of Mr and Mrs M J JCeown Mr J H Glenn of Drakesboro wasI the guest of his brother Judge J S Glenn city the first of the week Mr J L Carson who has been con fined to his room of the grip for the past several days is able to be out again Mrs A J Williams and son will start today for a few days visit toI relatives in Owensboro Drakesbor and Central City Mrs W H Griffin and Mrs R H Gillespie and Miss Jennie GUles pie were the guests of Mrs M J Ried Rockport the first of the week Mrs Joe A Barnett and daughter Miss Sylva of Denver Col arrived Tuesday afternoon to pay a visit tc their many relatives in and near Hart ford v Many Hartford people went to the soldiers reunion at Cromwell yesterday while others spent the day at the locks on Rough river and other points Prof D E Fogle of Georgetown College is here In the Interest of Uw College and visiting his brother J E Fogle and other relatives anti friends We were obliged to omit from this Issue a valuable news letter from Narrows and one from Rockport and several other Important items of now for want of space They will ap pear next week o If you want your house screened allover from cellar to garretor a house built outandout from a toy playhouse to a skyscraper at a reasonable rate call on W H Mauzy Hartford Ky 45t2 Mr Tom Coghill died at the resI dence of his father on Render street last Sunday afternoon Funeral ser vices were conducted by Rev R D Bennett aftr which his remains were Interred in the Milton Taylor grave yard Monday Prof Charlie Render of Paducah Is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Elijah Render at McHenry Prof Ren der has achieved quite a success as nn instructor in and promotor of busi ness institution He is half owner of Central Business College of Paducah Charlie Stevens the young son of Mr Wesley Stevens Cromwell was drowned in Green river near High view last Sunday afternoon while bathing with four or five other boy companions His betty was recovered in about four hours near where he sank The members of Company H will assemble in the Court House yard next Monday morning where short religious services will be conducted led by Rev A B Gardner assisted by other ministers of the town The boys will then march to Beaver Dam and take the North bound train at 1230 on their way to the Jamestown encampment The town will turn out to witness their departure and wish them a pleasant time and a safe return Messrs R B Stevens iid wife of- El Paso Texas Shelby Taylor and wife of Crowley La and CM Taylor and wife of Beaver Dam will leav from the latter place next Saturday for a northern and Eastern trip go- Ing first to Niagara Falls thence to I Montreal Canada from there back to Saratoga to be in attendance at the Knight Templars conclave thence to New York and from there to Phil adelphia where they will attend the 3fes Grand lodge meeting on the iCth inst From there they will reI tothe Jamestown exposition and after a few days visit there they will re turn to Beaver Dam the home of Mr C M Taylor and where Messrs RD Saevens and Shelby Taylor and wife are vlsltingvrclatives and friends SELECT July 3Rev W H Jenkins traveling Evangelist of the Christian church has been conducting u series 1ot meetings at this place for the past week His temperance lecture Mon day night was fine JC Stewart and wife formerly of this place but now of Weir City Can is visiting relatives hero nt this writing I G G Arbuckle of Central City and G E Arbuckle of Beaver Dam I ire at the bedside of their brother I7S Arbuckle who has typhoid fever J W Keown sold a fine lot of cattle to Ford and Arbuckle of Beaver I DamSaturdayJ was in Cromwell SatI irday on business Arthur Hunt of Morgantown was In town Tuesday on business Ben Arbuckle of Weir City Kan was hereSunday J K SMALLHOUS lJuly 4Rev H P Brown Mc Henry preached the funeral sermon T Rowes four children at- Smallious I Baptist church Sunday Jutu 30th There was a large crowd otIfriends and relatives present Quite an enjoyable day was spent at Smallhous church June 23ftl the i occasion was singing at nirte preach ing at eleven and singing and Sunday school in the evening A bountiful dinner was spread and everyone seemed happy Those from a distance were Dr Ellis Miller wife and daughter Isabel of Monett Mo Mesdames Alice Barnett Owensboro Birdie NIcholls Mabel Taylor Aira Robertson South Carrollton Maybel Randolph daughter and sister Beat rice Maddox Messrs Richard Sned don SL Fulkerson Rockport Misses Ella and Fannie Lawrence Beaver Dam and Mrs James Bennett Hurt fordMrs Houston Randolph who has been visiting her uncle M P Mad dox was taken qullo sick the latter part of lust week Her husband was telephoned for and he came and con veyed her home Quite a crowd attended the Quarterly mooting at Equality Saturday and Sunday Mrs P L Wood and daughters Athel and Amy Ceralvo Mrs Thom as Ball Mr and Mrs Jut Ross Cen tertown wore guests of Miss Maggie Hunter Saturday night Mrs Same Drake has gone to Hartford to see her daughterinlaw Mrs T R Barnard who is sick Rev Cnuulul who was attending quarterly meeting at Equality was taken violrntly ill Sunday and was takqn to the homo of Mr Will With rowMr J R Hunter went to South Car rollton Monday Messrs P B and B L Taylor were in our mdst Saturday and Sunday Misses Katie Hawkins Minnie Ren frow and FliuaUo Davis were In our fnldst Monday looking after schools Miss Lizzie Stevens Hartford Is the guest of her cousin Miss Euiel Hunter p Mr H P Addntgton wife and chllI dren Corral City and Mrs Sim mons and df uphtur of St Louis M were the guests of Mrs Cordelia AdI dington Friday- S E Hunter attended the association and dedication at Pleasant Ridge Sunday jnd returned Monday I For Sale A new cottage on Smith street astHartford addition just erected with four rooms Cheap for cash or ou easy terms Apply to- BARNETT SMITH ram Meeting of State Directors Called The National Board of Directors of the Tobacco Department having been called to meet in Louisville on July 17 1907j and having been requested lo do so I hereby call a meeting o the State Board of Directors A S o a for the same time and place t consider In conjunction with the other board possible arrangements for financing and storing the tobacco of the organization la the State of Ken tucky DAVID MORELAND Churn State Board A S of E Quarterly Report of the FORDSVILLE BANKING CO INCUItlOUATEU At the Close of Business on the 29th day of June 1907 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 8099932 Overdrafts secured 96278 Overdrafts unsecured 381449 Due from National Banks 711318 Due from State Banks and Bankers 1592348 i Banking house and lot 70000 Other real estate 209659 Mortgages 1450879 Other Stock and Bonds 789000 i 14CurrencyOther items carried as cash 2953 Furniture and Fixtures 124350 I Current expense last quar ter 81553 i Total 14185533 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash 1510000 Surplus fund 275986 Undivided profits 258335 Deposit subject to check 1 on which interest is noirl IRQ flfil 75Timeposits on which inter est is paid 8552295 J DueState Banks and Bank res 500000 CashIers checks outstand ing 0 148 Bills rediscounted Total V f 3923481 r f r rrr uALmw 1s Your r- f MidSummer Needs i totn Time has come when you dont need so many clothes but of the kind you are more particular To meet this need we feed that we are in good shape to supply your wants Our stock having been bought late we are particularly strong on Hot Weather GoodsrTo Clean Up We are going to reduce the price on every piece of Mattings and every pair of oxfords in the house be ginning on July 5 and continuing until closed This I part of our stock must go We have been very fortunate in securing the t agency for the LADIES HOME JOURNAL PAT TERNS Progress is our motto The Ladiear Home Journal is the most progressive and enterprising journal in the world and this store is now its home as well as the home of Patterns they make The prices are lOc and15c They are rapidly supplanting r other patterns on account of being so easy to use and they do not waste material k For Your Needs this MonthAsk r NOT GOOD AFTER JULY 8 t FREE TRIP IQ THE This Bll t Will Count 5 Votes for i JT- Miss o 0 t tI SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder personeompany or firm including in the ofthe or firm the liabili ty of theindtvidualmembers thereof directly or indirect ly if such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in andiactual amount of surplus of the bank None How is indebtedness statIed in above item 1 secured Good personal security- Highestamount of indebt ednessof any director or cer if amount of such debtedness exceeds 10 perIcentof paidup capital stock of bank None See Sec 583 KyStatutes How is same secured Good personal urityotDoes amount of indebted ness of any person company or firm including inthe liabil ity of the company or firm the liability of the individualImembers thereof exceed t 30 per cent of paidup tal and actual surplus Amount of last dividend 60400 t Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent ofnet prof its of the bank for the peri I od covered by the dividend carried to the fund before said dividend was County J T Smith Jr President of the Fordsville Banking Co abank locat ed and doing business at Hartford street in the town of Fordsville in said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report ismall respects a true statement of the condition 9of the said bank at the close of bus I iness on the 29th day of June 1907 j to the best of his knowledge and be lief and further says that the bust BARNARD i and CO r HartfordR L Kentucky f JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION t IrI oillII J j i capiI j t YesI neSs of said bank has been transaerfci at the location named and not ci5e where and that the above reports made in compliance with an ofnciiJ notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 39th day i sucidireportJ T SMITH Jr President- J TSMITH Jr C E FORD Directors MORRIS WILLSON Subscribed and sworn to before mtby J T Smith Jr the 2nddayrf 1907i Notary Public expires at tho end jof the next session of Kentucky Senate iThe Conditions OK THE EVER DAM DEPOSIT MI 1IoitOIlIORATIII IAl TilE CLOSE OK BUSINESS JUNE 29 190- 7RESOURCES Loans and Dilcourtts173100Lr Overdrafts S92SS- Stocks and Bonds 222104 Baking House Furniture and Fixtures l 0QOff Total 2S487li LIABILITIES Capital Stock 2S 00fia 18500PitDividendDeposits 239S3Total Correspondenceinvited antccd OJoFICERSLPres Jno H Barnes Cashier DIRECTORS P Barnard Geo H BarnesAKL- eachIL Jno H Barnes IS THE GILA POISENOUS OR NO Two Cases on Record Show the Deadly Venom of the Monster I is the bite of the gila monsterthat turious and repulsive reptile of the Southwest fatal Scientists have doubted It but a resident of Las Ve gas N M tells of two men who were bltten one of them died and the other narrowly escaped death He says The first man was in Tombstone Ariz The gilts was tied by the leg In a saloon as a curio and a drunk en gambler named Brown was teas Ing It He carelessly stuck his first two fingers Into Its mouth which Im mediately closed down on them and could not be released until the reptiles head was cut off and the jaws cut apart Brown suffered horrible agony for almost two days and In spite of all efforts he died The sceond case was in the full of 1889 Walter Vail started from the Empire ranch near BensonAriz to ride Into town on horseback some 15 miles A short distance from the ranch a monster was sluggishly drag ging its way across the road Think Ing to take it to a friend he got down and killed itor at least he thought he killed It To curry It easily he tied it on his saddle behind him using his saddle strings for the purpose As he loped along he thought to assure himself it hadnt dropped off by reaching around behind him with his right hand and feeling for the monster It was there and not nearly as dead as he thought His fingers went into the reptiles mouth clear to the knuckle and instantly those jaws with the long sharp daggerlle teeth clos ed on Vails finger With his left hand he managed to get his knlel out and cutting the saddle slringsnnd then had to dissect the head and jaws to get his fingers from their grip Val then spurred his horse into Benson and found an engine In the yards In a few minutes he was on the engine racing over the read for Tucson where an eminent surgeon resided Vail lay ut deaths door for two months and that finger today Is useless and shriveld up from the effect of the biteIpICures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching rising and bumpy skin bone painsca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co At lanta Ga B B B Is especially advised for chronic deepseated casesas it euros after all else falls 3iHf Grit Boxes Every well rcgulfUil poiiKry house ought to have a gri lIx It is easily made out of a crpcker box and the salffeeding kind IB the heat Make tliree apartment and fill them with grit charcoal and oyster shells Hang tills box on the wall jabt within reach of the fowl and yuo will be stir jirlncd to note the umpimt of grit ire fowls will CO mime Anyone with a Immiufer and saw and a little ingenuity can nipke a box that will last for years fly hanging it on the wall it Is out of the way and the grit and oyster thell keep clean and ate not want ed If you have a large flock of fowls I you will need several of these boxes If you have several jenH one must be supplied to each pen Tills plan is much better than to supply the grit in an open box whicLi soon hcI conies mixed with dirt and scratching material of the floorEx I Jamestown TerCentennial Ex position NORFOLK VA APRIL 20 TO NOVEMBER 30 1907 Rates from Beaver Dam Ky SEASON EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30 In clusive Final return limits Dec IB 1907 Rates for round trip 3045 CODAYS EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30In elusive Final return limits Sixty 60 days from date of sale not to exceed December 15 1907 Rates for round trip 2870 15DAYS EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 19 to November 30 inclusive Final return limits 15 days from date of sale not to exceed December 15 Rate for round trip 2360 COACH EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 25 1907 and on tack Tuesday from April 30 to No vember 26 1907 inclusive Final re turn limits Ten days from date of sale Rate for round trip 1620 J E WILLIAMS Agent The Problem of Flight As surely as anything can be fore Ir J J t I e iseen conquest of the air seems to tfe asstiled within a reasonable Uqio Su the future The world seems to- be trembling upon the very verge t t the secret of aerIal navigation The solution of the problem may be extremely simple and discovered by accident by a yokel or it may be ex tremely complex worked out with extreme labor by scientific Investlga tors The discoverer of the lust link that will join mankind to the upper world may be classed now among dreamers and cranks or he may be already famous among physicists Other great discoveries have been given tb the world as a rule by un known and often despised menIfthis experience were a guide It might be predicted that the man who finally solves the problem of flight will be poor and obscure But there is no rule governing such mattersam speculation Is vain Washington Post j BRYAN AS NOMINEE WILL BE EASY I I Democratic Probabilities for Corn I log Campaign Look Good to Republicans So say many Democratic lenders and papers who opposed the free silver candidate in 1896 and 1900 Wellsup pose the money question is ignored what better candidate could the free trade Democratic party have asks the American Economist Did not Mr Bryan help to frame and pass the Wilson law Can he not be quoted ad flnltum in favor of all kinds of free tradeBy all means nominate Mr Bryan and give us an open square tariff fight Let it be WIlsonGormanlsn against DIngleylsm It would not mat ter who the protectionist candidate would be The personality of both men would he lost In the paramount issueThings seem to be shaping them selves that way and perhaps It is host Then let Mr Cummings and Mr Guild and Mr Foss go where they belong to the freetrade camp They must not be allowed to divide and conquer the party to which they for merly belonged All honest loyal protectionists can stand together on the experience and conditions of the past nine years The arguments have been made up by actualities The farmer the manufacturer the merchant the laborer all know without argumsr which he likes best WilsonGorman Ism or DIngleylsm It wont requite n large campaign fund to run the R publican side of the fight The treas 11111Unclethe most effective campaign lIterlI ture and this supplemented with each i individuals own balance sheet will tell the whole story Hy nil means give us Mr Bryan and a free trade Illlatformu a j Bad sulk headaches biliousness tr constipation aro quickly relieved by DeWltls Little Early Risers Small pill sure pill safe pill prompt and pleasant in action Sold by all drug gists III SNOTICE Orders Ohio County Court regular term Juno luth 1907 Hon W B Tay lor County Judge Presiding G F Chapman cmollon for Graded Common Schoolat Centertown Ky It appearing that a petition signed by Go Chapman C K Reneer H II Davis J T Bennett J B Maddox I L Smith J B Stogner O B Bos ket L B GoodHll V S locker E E Bishop C L Brown and others was filed with the County Judge at the last regular April term of this court asking that a Graded Common School district be established with Its boundary as follows viz Beginning at W I Iglehearts including hint thence to Dick Tlchenors Including him thence to J B Wades including him thence to Ed Winney lowes including him thence to Robert Oglesbys including hint thence to tho Melton farm including Itthence- to HBAshbys excluding him thence to Clarence Tichenors excluding him thence to H 0 Bennetts including him thence to Will McCIriins ex cluding himthence to W 1 Ashbys Including him thence to James Ad dingtons including him thence to Nancy Jones including her thence to the Ben Dexter farm including It thence to Henry Hoekers including hint thence to Frances Heflins Including him thence to W T Mat tocks including hint thence to Virgil Bishops including him thence to Everly Ashbys including him thence to the Mary Benton farm Including- It thence to W I Rowes farm ex cluding H thence to the Willis Rowe farm including it thence to Jonathan P Vincents including him thence to the beginning That the site for the school house of said proposed dis tract be the lot on the Hartford and t South Carrpllton road Immediately I west of Reneers mill lot and that I said site Is certified to be not ex V needing two nad one halimiles from any part of the boundary pi the said proposed district and It appearing al so that said petitioners are tax pay ers legal voters and residents of the proposed Graded Common School dis trict and of the Centertown Justices district of this county andjt also ap pearing that the County Superintend ent has endorsed on said petition hit approval of same and thata majori- tY of the Trustees of each Common School District that will be embraced vibin said proposed Graded School District In whole or In part have en dorsed their approval on said petition as provided by law and the Court be ing sufficiently advised orders that R B Martin Sheriff of this county be and he is hereby directed to cause a I poll to be opened and an election to be held at Centertown Ohio County Kentucky in the present public school I building or some other suitable place on the 18th day of July19Q7the same being 40 days or more after the entry of this order for the purpose of talc ing the sense of the legal white voters residing within the boundary of the said proposed Graded School District whether there shall be levied and col leted an annual tax of 50 cents on each one hundred dollars of property value therelnsubject to State or coun ty taxation owned by white persons and 100 of pall tax on each white male Inhabitant of said proposed Grad ed Common School District over twen ty one years of age for the purpose of establishing and maintaining a Graded Common School District and for erecting purchasing or repairing suitable buildings therefore as provided in sections 100 to and includ ing 130 of the Common Shoal Law of KentuckyThe of said election will also cause the legal voters of said proposed Graded School District to vote for five persons to be trustees of same in case said tax shall be approv edThe officers of said election will make return in due form of the result of same at the earliest day practicableA Attest W S TINSLEY C O C C By ROSCOE RENDER D C Persuant to the foregoing order and judgment I will cause to be opened a poll at the time and place and in the manner and for the purposes therein directed R B MARTIN S O C June 14 1907 All Not Fatal i t I ManyCases Cured There arc seven main features of heart disease vii 1 Weakness or Debility 2 Rheumatism or Neuralgia 3 Valvular Disorder 4 Dilation 5 Enlargement 6 Fatty Degenera tion 7 Dropsy- Documentary evidence will prove thousands of socalled Incurables have been absolutely cured by Dr MIles New Heart Cure Patients often have no Idea their dis ease Is heart trouble but ascribe it to Indigestion Liver Complaint etc Here are some ofthe symptoms Shortness of breath after exercise Smothering Spells Pain In Chest left Shoulder and arm Discomfort in Lying on one side Fainting Spells Nervous Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles Paleness of and Lips Palpitation Nightmare Irregular Pulse- I have great faith In Dr Miles New Heart Cure and speak of Its merits whenever opportunity presents I can now go up and stairs with ease where three weeks ago I could hardly walk one block One year laterIa- m still In good health the Heart Cure did so much for me that I find It a fargreater medicine than you claimed It to beS D YOUNG D D 697 North Pine St Natchez Miss Money back If first bottle fails to benefit FREEWrite us and we will mall Free Trial Package of Dr Miles AntlPaln Pllls the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symp tom Blank for our Specialist to diagnose your case and tell you is wrong and how to right It Absolutely Address DR MILES MEDICAL CO LABORATORIES ELKHART IND lit I OHIO CO CO til rlJc rtccl bt fi fi Hartford Ky bit fi b- tI Hardware Machinery and all Kinds i 6fof4i r bit 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Shade Cloth I used Guaranteed to be hung perfectly true on a guar anteed Hartshorn Spring roller All Shades put to your mnlow without extra charge Prices but little more +y than ready made shades x L SEE ME FOR ESTIMATES Get your clothes cleaned and pressed We send for them and deliver them ANYWHERE WITHIN THE I TOWN LIMITS L If you are In need of a Suit Come to t PEARLSPAliTIORlUM have your measure taken and a Suit madetoorder A I fit guaranteed the clothes belong to us until you ap j prove of them lent that a fair way doing business P D TWEDDELL er1 rIncorporatedMANUFACTURES THE FAMOUS EGYPTIAN CEMENT ULTS And puts them in the grave The only absolutely perfect vault made It is watertight airtight ver min and wormproof The greatest invention of the 1age If you desire to lay atfay the dead in the most satisfactory manner you will certainly demand one of these vaults Manufactured right hero in Hartford i BLACK BIRKHEAD Mgrs i r- 28 YEARS Of Honest Business Repu tation is Back of Eve- ryMONUMENT l5iold By Us IGeo Mischel Sons Props I 1 trt OW bro Monumental Works 412414 E Main St Yards 214213218 Clay St OWENSBORO KENTUCKY vo1Get Our Prices andWe Guarantee to Save Money on All Good Honest Work I I I I 11t I f+ + ++ + + + THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co I i WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE BT COST s ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEANI t IORa t REACHIMt HEAVRl Man gfi 1Avaft+ t + + + + + H ++ r f j II INC MEETTHE Word Incorporated Must be Spelled Out in Full to Com ply With the Law Every corporation la Kentucky will be Interested iu a decision handed down by the court of appeals recent ly that the word incorporated when ever It appears bn corporations stationery or signs shall be spelled out In full The abbreviation Inc was declared in this decision to be illegal The case in which the decision was given was brought by a county attorney in one of the middle Ken tucky counties against the Cumber land Telephone and Telegraph com pany This corporation accepted a fine of 100 for printing the ubbrev iation Inc on its stationery The question of having the wprd Incor porated on the stationary was not jndisputeThere not a corporation in Pa ducah that either on its stationery or signs has not the abbreviation Inc and the decision lays every one open to prosecution for failing to comply with the letter of the law The least pealty in each case is 100 County Attorney Alben JJarkley has noticed the decision of the Court of Appeals and us the prosecution of any cases rests with him he is ar ranging a conference with Common wealths Attorney J G Lpvett to discuss the situation Speaking this morning Mr Harkley said I am not inclined to make snap judgments on the corporations in Pabucah who have not complied with this technical requirement of the law Of course the word must in the future be spelled out in full but as far as prosecuting the violations in tho past I have trot decided yet Every corporation in the city has met the spirit of the law in placing the word on its stationery and s5gnsand as the decision that the word cannot be abbreviated is a new one and one that comes as a surprise wholesale prosecutions would be a little strain ed I probably will bring up the question in the next term of circuit court in September Typographically the decision of the Court of Appeals will work great inconvenience The abbreviation Inc could be used much more eas ily and effectively in typesetting or sign writing r When there is tho slightest Indica tion of indigestion heart burn flatu lence or any form of stomach trouble take a little Kodol occasionally and you will be afforded prompt relief Kodol is a compound of vegetable acid and contains the Juices found in a healthy stomach Kodol digests what you eat makes your food do you good Sold by all druggists m Use Only Hair or Brain Further and more decisive evidence that the size of the brain bears no necessary relation to mental capacity is the fact that strictly speaking all of us in thinking only one half of tho brain we have For the fact is that the brain is a pair organ consisting of two perfectly matched hemi spheres but only one of them be comes a human brain that is a brain with the special mental endowments that are human while the other re mains thoughtless for life Indeed cases have been reported by eminent neurologists who had made post mortem examinations of persons who had lived for years after the destruc tion of one entire hemisphere with out showing any mental defect But in each caso it was the thoughtless hemisphere that had been ruined July Everybdoys CASTORIAFor Till Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the d jSignature oM Lost Their Bearings- The Springfield Republican gives currency to tho suggestion that the American Commissioners to Germany were wined and dined so plenteously that they lost their bearings It is not unlikely At all events they seem to have lost all conception of the fact that they were there as representatives of the greatest manufacturing nation on tlo face of the globe In consent ing to the acceptance of export values at the same time tying the hands of our special treasury investigators br requiring them to bo aud remain 0persouae gratoe to the German Gov orumon the commissioners gave away tho whole American case A more nauseating Yntiuuice of puerile diplo macy is not to be found In the for eign office records of any govern ment Mistake Noise for Numbers The Democrats who hope to divide the Republican party on the question of the tariff however will be disillu sloned and not foil the first time the var f w fli 1 There have always been a few tariff reformers and free traders who have clung to the Republican party Like the frogs in the old farmers pond they have always made anol8cen tirely disproportionate to their num bers In tendering the tariff issue the Democrats are doomed to tho same disappointment that confronted the farmer when after having drained the pond at heavy expense in the firm belief that a fortune awaited him from the sale of the frogs which inhabited it he found the number dwindled down to a lone half dozen He learned as will the Democrats that the noise they make has no real relation to their numbersSeattle PostIntelligencer OA S10ftIABear You Hate Always Bought thoaVd MUST PAY 8000 TO MRS MARCUM Court ot Appeals Affirms Judg ment Against Hargis and Callahan Frankfurt Ky Juno 28clw Court of Appeals today affirmed judgment of the Clark Circuit Court awarding Mrs Aubrclta Marcum widow of Jas Marcum damages in the sum of 8 000 against James Hargis and Ed ward Callahan of Breathttt counlyon tho ground that they caused tin as sassination of her husband The opinion of the court was delivered by Judge Hobson the whole court sitting Judges Nunii and Lass ing dissent from the ruling of the court the latter writing a dissenting opinionThe action of Mrs Murcum named James and Alex Ilurgls H F French and Ed Callahan as defendants A Jury found for defendants Alex Har gis and II F French The chief ground relied on for i reversal of the judgment was the re fusal of f ho regular Circuit Judge to vacate the bench In affirming the lower court tho court says The Circuit Judge felt that there was no reason why he could not give the defendants a fair trial and what IIP meant probably was that the defendants if dispassionate would think so tooThe affidavit must be sufficient to require the Judge to vacate the bench and there is nothing in the order to show such hostility tothe defend ants on he part of tho Judge as to require a reversal of the judgment Some allowance must be mado for the Judge when a charge was made approve view of all the facts wo are satisfied that the ends of substantial justice do not warrant a new trial OAS1ORI4Bears the- Signature d Always Bought of thoai4 SOME NEW POTATOES Three Varieties That Appear to Be ofi Unusual Worth Originating now varieties of jwtu toes from the seed boll is a matter of great Importance to the potato indus try It frequently happens that n tone out of many thousands will prove of aura great value All tho labor of growing and proving those seedlings is lost and when the originator does get 11 really valuable seedling potato he has to put the price high enough to cover the cost of all expense of the thousands of worthless ones be hut hud to bring forth to find ono of real value t The Merrill is u now seedling that lion been grown long enough to prove Its worth It is a white potato of the Green Mountain type a strong I ous grower a great yielder and of orI quality In 1000 it far outyieldod Immense cropper the Notcross I The Star of the East Is another new seedling of the Hebron type It is us near being blight proof us any potato I have ever seen 11 Js late and the tubers are of fine quality It la a very heavy cropper The andI arq dunk green strong and and tills potato will grow a good crop of market tubers when most others fall and on account of its good quality will be largely grown wherever It becomes known The Clyde Is another new potato j which those that know 1t claim will Iountulu1Itj second year from the seed boll The tubers are smooth and of nice shape I and will stand forcing without grow I lug prougy and the quality is excel lent The vines arc very dark green I with many blossoms A potato that will not produce plenty of blossoms is j of scant vigor Any ono wishing to get a large yield must look for plenty of blossoms and a long period of bloom I Tho three potatoes described above have been carefully bred states a grower In American Cultivator As parts green or arsenic In any form in jures the vitality of any potato 011I which it is used to kill insects has been used on these and they are full of theirI natural vigor which means crops and money made by the grower jII I 11 5 A Co fIou k w v are caused Indigestion If you ttt e little too much or you are subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt had shortness of breath rapid heart beatheartburn or palpitation of the heart Indigestion causes the stomach to expandswelland puff up against the heart This crowds and Interferes with its action and In the course of time the heart becomes dise- asedKodol DyspepsiaI off Strength and health to every organ of the body For Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Inflammation mucous DigeUve of the Stomach After eating my food would distress me by rwJdnjI my heart and I would become very weak I ImFfdJateMRS LORWO NICHOLS Penn Van N Y 1 had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I I DyspepsilCureD KAUBLB Nevada 0 Digests What You Eat woess iDdlgtltlOD rrtptra at ui loa1 sour iten 4eb belch oratory efBCUXWm Inr of tut 00 eOoChlesroDeA- SOLDI BY ALL DRUGGISTS uu THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP KENNEDYS LAXATIVE c0NwNINO HONEY AND TA- RCumbeland 4TELEPHONE Incorporated i Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumberland Telephone in my residence and place of business My business has increased and my wifes voice is never heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly com petitionW D JOHNSON Mgr REAL ISTATEIflot dwelling or any other Real Estate for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All you have to do is to list with us I Note These Bargains One Farm four miles west from Hartfordon the Hartford and PointI Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con sisting of 93 acres good hill landI good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a at a bargain 100 acres 1 mile from the Court House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high = state of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn andoutbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur nished on application New two story frame dwelling in Hartford Six rooms two nice halls Lot 100 feet front 210 feet deep Good well Situated corner Fred rica and Griffin streets Two thirds cash balance in 12 months A bargain The 84 acre tract of land recent ly purchased by J H Hickman of Owensboro from the trustee of H C Powers situated in the Concord neighborhood five miles east of Hartford 200 acres of fine farming land at Dan Station on Owensboro branch I C R R 70 acres up land balance bottom some of It will make 70 to 80 bushels of corn per acre About 60 acres in timber Three dwelling hous es Good well water and early or chard Terms onehalf cash balance on easy payments List your property with us We will find a buye- rBURNETT 1 SJWITH Republican Office Hartford KyI a A Positive CATARRHCURE Elys Cream Balm- Is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once Itcleanses soothes heals tho diseasedmem brane It cures Catarrh and drives away a Cold in tho head quickly ate NAY FEVERstores the Senses of DrujSgistsEly Brothers GOWnrren StreetNowYork I 1 KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR +Jf1fooOLDS AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GVABANTEED SATISFAOTOR OB MONEY REFUNDED PROCURID AND DEFEND Dadtnodeldrawing or liototorexpert re5sad free report Yee advice how to patents trade marks 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night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Rev A B Gardner PastorC ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at 11 a m und 7 p m Rev Bozarth Pastor Christian ChurchServices every first Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev W B Wright Pastor School Trustees HartfordC M Crowe J S Glenn Dudley Ford C 1L Barnett Dr E B Pendleton City CouncIIJ H Williams Mayor C M Crowe Clerk R E L Simmer man Dr E B Pendleton A D White Win Fair Wm Bean Dr J W Tajr lor mi SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No GiG F A Ma sons meets first Monday night In each month C M Crowe W M Marvin Bean Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 meets every third Saturday night in each month W N Stevens High Priest French VIck ers Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythias meets every Tuesday night C M Barnett C C C M Crows K of R and S Hartford Tent No 99 K O T M meets every Thursday night E B Pen dlcton Commander D E Thomas Rec ord Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and third Friday afternoon of each month Mrs Z Wayno Griffin Lady Commander Miss Sue Telsor Lady Record Keeper Preston Morton Post No4 G A R holds regular meetings Saturday before tho first Sunday In each month F M Porter Commander R A Anderson Adj DeWltts EHf Salvo For Plies Burns Soria J i A L i t r 7 2 ffiauw a k Trjk iififtst t c if HEROIC i L Q i P I 3t is truly said that desperate ailments require desperate remedies This timely saying apples to the condition here The cold backward sea mawterialize That leaves us with a much heavier stock we should now The merchandise must be sold at one price or another price s That mighty lever has been resorted to It has never failed to accomplish the desired results This time though the reduction IS the mos pronounced ever heard of We are not content to apply It to Just a few Items but it IS general SALE BEGI1TS FRIDAT JTTLV 12 AND CONTINUES 10 DAYS r 1Afew quotations follow When you consider these figures and remember our superi r qualities the prices we are going to make on our mer for this sale certainly will appeal to you Recognizing that we must sustain a loss the quicker it is over with the better If you come IA s Friday the first day of the Sale you will probably do a little better for the nicest things go first Our fine Tailored Suits are put into two 10tSl Sriefly stated these Suits are only about half price t Lot No L Lot No 1 consist of light checks light plaids and blue Serges single and double breasted reg ular price 810 12 and 1250sale price 698 P Lot No2 Lot No 2 consist of light plaids and checks and Blue Serges double and single breasted was 14 15 and 15 Sale price 1169 l AND f t Corsets The Corset of the Future Perfect in Style Perfect in Material Perfect in Work manship 100 Styles from 100 to 500- KalamazooCorset Co Sole Makers- KALAMAZOO MICH SOLD AND CARSON CO Hartford Kentucky JOe Decorated Handle Teas lOc L rge Soup Plates lOe Large Gold Band Plates lOc Gold Band Teas lOc Large Vegetable Bowl lOc Large Mixing Bowls 105 Large heat Platters Large Pichers lOc 7lS Large Enamel Pudding Lot Lot No 3 consist of six pieces of white Waisting checked and stripedslightly soiledand museS 25c Sale price 9 k cents r Lot No 4 Lot No 4 consist of fifty pieces of Lawn and Organdie Dress Goods This lot is slightly soiled and mussey Reg ular price 15c to 50c Sale on the lot 7J cents THAT IS IN C RECOMMENDEDBY Handle No3 WLDOUGWNIDN MADE W Lm Douglas never cheapens his shoes While the high price of leather will make itk impractical for other manufacturers to provide as good shoes as formerly W L Douglas 350 shoes will continue to afford those excellent styles easy fitting d AItf an supe rlor wearing qualities that have resulted in the largest sale of any 350 shoe in the world This will make it especially desirable jf for those who have never tried W L Douglas 350 shoes to wear them this season and thus prove that they are better i than any other 350 shoes and equal to footwear ordinarily sold at much higher prices While such action by W L Douglas must of necessity impair profits yet he is cer tain that the increased business which it assures will prove the wisdom of such ctlonI Large Enamel Mine Pans lOc Large Wash Basins 10c 1 Set Glass Tumblers 10c Three 5c Bars Toilet Soap 10c 25c Enamel Bucket white x 25c Enamel Dippers white 25c Milk Pan white Twentyfive cent Pudding Pans white lined 2Qc Twentyfive cent Wash Basin 4Qt Berlin Kettle white lined Vr e j Blue Serge Coats 4i i all wool for boys sizes 28 to 33 worth 350sale price 198 A Y Blue Serge Coats all wool for mensixes r 2a 1 prIce o Blue Serge Coats + and Vests worth reg e I ular 5 sale price i JJpOuO 0 s2Blue Serge Coats d I and Vest worth reg 498 CI Also a nice assort k of Luster Coats at 098ctsWe also carry a os2complete line of Furniture c s2the kind that tis made and finish ar0 edright Oak Rockring Chairs with armsa s2150 to 8 Oak Dressers 750 to 25 i f s rOak10 Visit us when in need of Furniture 2 t s2 CLOTHING RELIABLE QUALITY WORKMANSHIP H American Beauty 350SHOIISFOrl Lot No consist of Misses White Canvass Slippers sizes 2 to 5 The Sizes 5 to 8 85c Sizes 8 to 12 1 Sizes 13 to 2 125 Regular sale price 59 09 79 and98cts Lot Non consist of Ladies White Canvas Slippers regular price 125 to 165 Sale prico on the lot 109 Lot No 7 consist of Misses Kid Slippers all sizesregular price 75c to 150 Sale price 69c Lot No 9 consist of Miens Fine Shoes worth regular 165 Safe price 129 Lot No8 consist of Ladies black Kid Slip pers range in price from 125 to 250 Price on lot 98c Lot No 10 consist of Mens fine Pants all sizes and colors worth regular 150 3 Sale price 98c 25c J tog co rIe r s2eCI o iva a3rn tiN JtD JJtA c 2 tc JIotD I lE J a t I An 4 Opener During the Street Pair T f I in IiLarge 10crea-m Pans10c andt lined20clined20clined20cwhitelined20c rQ 9to s2ular Mens Best 1100 Straw Hats 5Qt Preserving Kettle white lined 35c 14Qt Dish Pan 35c rt Large Sauce Pan 4 35C tli W KQC75c w h These are onea few of the many bargains we will of freiLI V fer the i thchasingHygenicBaking w one of these TheyExSyF t We want you to wait for this sale and save money by so doing Dont forgh date Sale begins Friday JulY 12 and continuesyStreet Fair and shall expect a VISIt from you Yours Respectfully Ime ICARSON rCOlNCOnponATED r r Hartford Ky terc fro ff4 f4 ua4A 1 4 unitaT i IvI Y 0tI- t If AI i r U I I 1 0 1r 5