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IY f 1 rs5 1 r4 Irli i- rl i iW r 1 v 4 c a- S J t d i tartfex1 t BqubUcana Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TILE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year IYOLo XIXt HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY ICY FRIDAY JULY 12 1907 No 52 IlicouWTc UNION AAOFE Has Important oneDay Ses Alston at Quarterly Meeting l Some Favored Home Warehons e Plan but Abandon it Because Not Practical f I I NEWSPAPER CONDEMNED 1 i r Ohio County Union A S of E met i 3at the court house in Hartford and t was called to order at 10a m b tCOUII chairman David Moreland On call it was found that 25 locaL i were represented by delegates The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved The body I determined by vote to select the Committee on resolutions by vote ol the body T F Tanner John Muffet J G Withers Albert Helm and Al cTichonor were elected Delegate J C Park submitted a motion to allow a proposition to ri home finance and warehouse the- I Omen river tobacco A motion tc table was lost by a vote of 23 tc 2G The original motion was the adopted and Mr Welsh of Davless county addressed the body Oii motion the body requested Mr Morcland to addreess the union on the home warehousing proposition y Adjourned to meet at 1 p m Met at 1 p m pursuant to aH J jounnment President Moreland in th chair and he continued his speech fwhich had been interrupted by ad journment A strong speech in opposition to any change in the present plan was made by assistant State Organizer M F Sharp t The committee on resolutions made Ma partial report as follows I Hartford Ky July 5 1907 To the Ohio County Union A S of EWe your committee on reso i 1 luttons beg leave to submit the fol lowing jut Whereas There is a deman from men pooling for an Itemised statement of expenses therefore Resolved That we recommend that 5n future all men handling our to bacco be required to furnish an item ized account of expenses with each settlement 2nd Inasmuch as there is a wide spread demand for home warehousing I we recommend the election of a committee of three to investigate the financerand j of tobacco this committee to have tho right to call the county union to meet and hear their report The committee to report not later than July the 20th 1907 f The first resolution was adopted requirI ing the committee 2resolutlon No 2 to report tomor r mow The amendment was defeat ed as was also a motion to table 1 The resolution was then defeated by a vote of 23 to 21 committee submitted the fol 2 ufhei additional reslutlonIResolved That we endorse tho 23rd of the Green River District in changing our way of grading by I letter to one of appraising The res olution was adopted The following resolution was sub mitted as a minority report by the r committeeResolved That Inasmuch as ar L rangements are already made to pool with the Louisville Warehouse Co 4 that we favor pooling the 1907 crop with said company That we favor warehousing and financing i 1when with properpracticable and a 4 t regard for the legal requirements of the A S of E T After general debate the resolution was adopted A motion was made requesting the Executive of the Board to adopt the system of equal distribution of each years sales utter expenses have been met and instructing Ohio countys r members to urge its adoption by the Board Motion carried IfT C Whlttakerfraternal delegate from the UM Wot A gavean In and instructive talk to the J1tercstlng rtJ0 A motion to adjourn was defeated J Application was made by the local union 1298 South Carrollton for de nit to Muhlenberg county union On motion the request was granted IS A motion to allow member tgocrt tt arz N- wr vi r their tobacco any place was amended so as to require it to be under the direction of the executive committee and adopted On motion the union proceeded to the election of delegates to the National Union The following were placed in nomination OM Bar nett M F Sharp John Muffet J G Withers S F Whitely J N Shrevet A P Kelley and they were all uuanamously elected by acclamation Mr M F Sharp read an article pub lished in tho Breckenridge County Democrat which was an attempt to belittle him because of his recent visit to Hardinsburg The article was vindictive abusive and did Mr Sharp great injustice On motion the secretary was direct ed to pay our proportionate part of the delegate expense to the Omaha con Theybill for printing amounting to 150 was allowed to the Hartford Publishing Company and 250 to County Secretary for postage On motion the Union went on rec lord unanimously condemning the slan derous and uncalled for attack on Assistant State Organizer M F Sharp published in the Breckenridge County Democrat Adjourned to meet first Friday in October 1907 David Moreland Chmn C1 Barnett Secy Hartford Ky July 5 1907 withndurs ing the debate ou the warehousing question It seemed to us that this was foolish and uncalled for Insin uations are easily made against men of the highest motives but the wounds caused thereby heal slowly If there is anything in the principles of Equity men banded together laboring to accomplish the same pur poses should be able to discuss their differences of opinion without bitter ness The hemp financing and ware housing proposition is one which sounds goodbut no plausable plan un der which it may bo done on any thing like na universal agreement has ever been submitted Until this is done it is worse thab idle to wrangle about the matter The enemies of tho organized farmer will bo de lighted with every quarrel which breaks out In the County Union upon this or any other question As was well said by some speaker this organ ization If killed or disrupted must be assassinated in the louse of its friends or those who should be No one knows this better than the trusts Let members of the society remember and govern themselves accurdiug- lyVIDEPRESEDENT r FAIR BANKS BECOMES A HERO 1 Jumps Into Lake at Yellowstone Park to Save Life of Poor Girl Chicago July 9A special to the RecordHerald from Yellowstone Na tional Park says- VicePresident Charles W Fairbanks yesterday risked his life to save Miss Lena Waters a waitress at the Park Hotel While sitting on the hotel ve randa talking to J I Gibbs proprie tor of the hotel he heard screams from the lake Seeing a young woman struggling in the water Vice President Fairbanks ran toward the lake throwing off his coat as he ran When the VicePresident leaped Into the water and made for the girl another man followed The two men then dragged the unconscious girl to chore after a hard struggle After some effort tho girl was resuscitated lany persons on seeing tho deed congratulated Mr Fairbanks on his courage Later Mr Fairbanks left for Seattle where he will address the young Peoples Society of Christian Eedeavor convention on July 12 How the Contest Stands NORTH SIDE Miss Mertle Williford Nocreek4615 Miss Cora Thomassoni Heflin 4625 0 SOUTH SIDE Miss Bertha Pirtle Hartford 11210 Miss EthylIn Jones Hartford R F D No 114125Mi-ss Harriett Flener Cromwell 400 Miss Ethel ThorpWJ1l1ams MInes 470 Miss Stella Daniel Olatpn23110- Miss Mary B WJllla1 snob Rby3650 For Site A new cottage oh Smith street East Hartford addition just erected with four rooms Cheap for crib or bueasy terms Appljtto BARNETT SMITH r J J BIG DAY AT- SOiDIERSREUNION Large Crowd of Orderly People in Attendance Cromwell Captured the Meetin to be Held Next Year in Close Contest The annual reunion of the old Soldiers Federal and Confederate which was held at Cromwell on Thurs day of last week was well attended and highly enjoyed The day was an idol one and an immense throng mostly from the nearby precincts of Ohio county and fiom Butler county filled the little hamlet and the woods near by where preparations had been made to entertain them At half past ten Hon Slade Taylor in the absence of Judge James of Morgantown who was on the program for tho welcome address performed that duty and in a neat speech told the boys and all comers 10 be welcome and feel at home His ad dress was responded to by Rev Jo A Bennett of Beda who served InI Co D 2Cth Ky Infantry While Rov Bennett was yet speaklngJudge James arrived on the ground and also welcomed the crowd to Cromwell The Ctmtertown band was present and rendered good music during the opening exercises ail throughout the day The chaplain Rev 11 C Tru man then read a list of deceased com rades during tho year which follows hereafter After dinner several other addresses were made by Judge R R Wedding E M Woodward and others An ample supply of talabls was provided for all and a great amount of food left over The crowd was an orderly and quite as a church gathering The only unfavorable condition that arose was the exhaustion of the water supply about upon and from that on the only way the crowd had to appease thirst was to apply to the stands where they procured an article called lemon ade When the time came for the election of a place for trn next re union Cromwell had its forces well in hand and captured the meeting again for next year Beaver Dam Rochester and Central City also mad strong efforts to capture tho meeting but Cromwell had the advantage by thorough preparation for the fight and gained the day ROSTER OF DEPARTED COMRADES Thos Embry 11th Ky Int but la ter of the 35th Ky died September 3 1906 Jas W Ezell GS Iud exmember Rosine Post G A R 195 died October 9th 190G in Arkansas- A W Davidson Co3rll Ky Cav Regt died November 2 1906 Jarvis Whitten Co K 4th Kyl died November 30 1905 Omitted last yearGeo Howard Co B 3rd Ky Cav died February 21 1907 N C Daniel Co F 17th Ky died November 28 1906 age 71 Asberry Harrison Co F 17th Ky Inf died Jan 6 1907 John Drafer Reg Co died at Owonsboro March 7 1107 Peter Carlos Co A 17th Ky died March 18 1906 age G7 Marian Ralph Co B 26th Ky Inf died March 22 1907 Jas M Cobb Co A 17th Ky died March 25 1907 age GS Capt Wood Tinslpy Co D 26th Ky CaY died May 1C 1907 Benj iShaver Co G 9th Ky Cat died June 27 1907 Wm Dorsey Morgan Com died July 1st 1907 John R Harris Co F 35th Ky John T Westra Co A 1th Ky Bluford Rone Co A llh Ky Joseph Altic CoiH 1th Ky John Igleheart Co H 11th Ky Thos Davenports Co 1 11th Ky Daton Lewis Co H llth Ky v B H Pickerel Co H 11th Ky Sam Embry Co C 11th Ky Jas Harrison Co F 17th Ky W H Hugh Co K 1th Ky tlAmong The Lodges The Maccabees had one initiation List Thursday night and a good atteu lance This Lodge will have a sheep eating as soon as the weather gets cooler i Keystone Chapter R A M will have work In all the degrees at its next regular meeting Saturday July 20 A lunch will be served and the officers will be assisted in the work by some visitors ftma distance who are well up on the various degrees Lot us i l have a good attendance Rough River lodge No 110 K of P installed Ulcers last Tuesday night and gave the Esquire rank to one can didate The now officers whose names have been given heretofore were in Stalled by Past Chancellor J S Glenn in the absence of Deputy Grand Chancellor Jas H Williams who was sick The new Chancellor Comman der R D Walker made u short inaugural address in which he promised tojgve to tho lodge his very best effort He should have the aid of every member and no one should dlH heartm the officers by failure to attend the meetings Nothing is so dis I couraging to a new set of officers Last Monday was a banner day for Hartford Lodge No 075 F A M vAt 2 oclock in the afternoon the4 lodger was opened in the Entered Ap prentice rtegrcii ami one candidate wus A iddgo of Fellow Crafts was then opened and mi Entered Ap prentice passed in that degree At five oclock tho lodge was called from Mbor o refreshment lull marched in nobody to the beautiful grove in the Fair grounds where the members and visitors were Joined by the ladles and togeiliT they partook of a splendid supper tho basis of which was barbt cued b4nib chickens und boiled ham About 225 sat at the tables The In vocation was offered the oldest ma weillCh0811Iwelcomed the visitors An eloquent response was made by brother C1 Moilon of Island line supper was voted a ddied success by nil Every committee deserves credit but most espooully the one on supper conipoH PjPOftmUInBuljington and Y F Shapmlre No I better barbecued meats ever came from ocHeusionTin lodge reassembled ut 8 oclock and conferred the Master Mason de J gree ou Mr Henry Long utter which general speech making was indulged In by brothers Bradley and GrayRo stnPITaylor Cromwell Woodward and Porter Beaver Dam Rone and Maddox Center town Crowe and Sandefur Hart ford and Moore Dundee The follow ing lodges outside of Hartford were represented Beaver Dnm Island Ro sine Dundee Bulls Run Cromwell Ct ralvo and Hvtvmorp DISCOVER VAST LAKE UNDER MINNEAPOLIS Officials Keep it Secret and Work Five Years to Avert Great Hidden Danger Minneapolis July 7Tho city is now as safe as if Us foundations were laid on the eternal rock is the state ment made tonight by the City En gineer in response to inquires as to developments In the work of harness- Ing cascades rapids and rivers dlscov Ind five years ego but kepi secret by the officials Thousands of tons of concrete have ben poured into the eaves rivers have been diverted into regular chan nels and concrete pillars built wher under ground screams had worn away foundations Th The discovery that the city was be ing undermined was made accidentally five years ago Fearing the effect if un announcement were made the off iluls kept it secret pnrt wmt to work to avert a great disaster lund were diverted from other public works and invested in concrete and rubble stoup The work has gone on quickly but steadily until the situation now is well in hand tind there if uo further danger No one can toll how many thousand years the erosion by the tronms has been going on but thoro is ore vast cavern connected with many smaller caves A thorough exploration will be made and the catacombs mapped It Is alsoexpeeted that thorough gatleniwil- l throw light on many mysterious murders and disappearances for the last twenty years There Is ono immense lake under the city ten feet deep but its dimensions have yet to be determined There is also jprlng water enough to supply the entire city Card of Thanks Editors Republican Allow me through your excellent paper to express my sincere thanks to my many friends otC 1tertown and vicinity tot their kind assistance during the sick lesaand death of my deaf little boy Luther Baith and the expressions of their sympathy L P DRAKE x JAILER OSCAR MIDKIFF SUCCUMBS TO TYPHOID Accorded Every Honor In Beauti ful Burial at Oak wood Juller Oscar Midkiff died at his res idence in Hartford last Sunday morn ing at 2 oclock of typhoid fever He had been sick about three weeks and until last Saturday his condition was not thought to be dangerous- Mr Midkiff was elected Jailer of Ohio county November 1905 on the Republican ticket and has made a competent careful official Funeral services were conducted at court hall at 430 Sunday afternoon by Elder W B Wright after which interment took place at Oakwood The court hall was packed with members of the K P Lodge members of the local militia company of which he wes a member and hundreds of friends who held him in high esteem The burial was conducted in a most impressive manner by Hough River lodge K of Ps and Company H State Guards under command of Capt J M DeWeise Full military honors were accorded Lieutenant Midkiff in tho burial including the firing of sa lute over the grave and the solemn sounding of taps by bugler Alli son Iiarnett- Mr Midkiff was a member of the Christian church at New litmus this county He leaves a wife and five small children one of whom a little girl is also quits ill from typhoid fe verThe pall bearers chosen from the members of the Knights of Pythias were W S Tinsley E G Barrass Rosco Render S A Anderson C 1L Crowe and W H Barnes Eti h tw 1rZ4 r1- s fectionate husband and a tender and loving father Rees h ed SecondThat we bow in submission to the providences of an all wise and just Deity that we will ever cherish respect and commend his many virtues and strive to emulato them that we as members of the Brotherhood who had learned to know him as a true and loyal Knight jolp with the public who had come to know him as a trusted official In ex pressing our heartfelt sympathy and deep regret to his relatives and tam ly in this their sad hour of bereave mentResolved That a copy of these re solutions be spread on the minutes of the lodge a copy furnished his family and to each of the local papers for publication Also that the usual badge of mourning he worn for 30 days C M Crowe- V II Barnes Ernest Woodward Com At an assembly of Co H 3rd hug Ky Nat Guards on Sunday July 7 1907 Capt J M DeWeese Comndg announced the death on that day of First Lieutenant Oscar Midkiff Thereupon it was unanimously re solved by the company that in addi tion to the military honors due hint by reason of his rank the company and each officer and member thereof desire to express by this resolution our deep sense of personal loss in being deprived of tho second officer of our company an officer who un ited in a singular degree the courage of the soldier with the gentleness and kindness that disarmed enmity and endeared him to his friends That we testify to his patriotism and loyalty to the State and nation told feel that in his death the mili tary department of the State and this company in particular has lost tho service of a capable and honorable officer and that the individual mem bers of the company have lost an honored officer who was a well loved friend Ernest Woodward 2nd Lieut C B Shown 1st Sergt Perry Keown Corporal Sydney Williams Alex Hudson +Company H at Jamestown Members of company H left Hart ford last Monday morning in charge of Capt DeWeese and Lieutenant Voodward for Jamestown which they reached Wednesday morning They will be in camp about ten days They left Hartford in high spirits and in anticipation of a good time At 9 oclock Rev Gardner made the company a short address in the court house yard which contained sonic valuable information and sound ad vice He offered a prayer at the close of his talk praying especially that the boys might be kept from evil temptations and that they might be free from disease or accident Superfluous Hair Is one of the most persistent annoyances that mar a fair complexion Dame Fashion rsllh her low neckand shot longerhontcver DEPILATORYWill this blemish It acts on the hairand its roots removes the hair by dis solving it and does it without injury to the most delicate skin It leaves no mark or scar of any kind It doesnt do anything but remove tho hair but It does that thoroughly ItFIs easy to apply and the results are lasting demonstrate this to you before you buy Price 75 Cu James H Williams The Store A- Il ti3 k d c ttMUSEUM AT- LINCOLN I t r FARM WW Begun Within Thirty f c V Days r Wilt be 125 Feet Square arid a t Reproduction of The White House I Tho first dive sUjw toward thI Improvements of Lincoln Farm net 1 r Hodgeusville 1mvo boon made ftud from now ca it will be a busy xc ne a out there until the work s completed t it being the opinion that two year i or more will be required to coiui ke tho work ib Last Sunday Mr John Russell Y Pope the architect whoso design for the construction of the Lincoln Mu seum on the Farm was accepted by t tho executive Committee of the Lint coIn Farm Association of Now Yorki was here accompanied by his CMef t Assistant Mr Wultor M Judell Mr f Pope is one of the most famous t architects in tho United States and his work is to he seen in some of j ithemost costly buildings over erect It edI1 IS The purpose was to select the siftI of tho Museum building that the only building lit which they are at the present interested in constructing S1ItThe shaft will be erected about 150 feet north cf the spring and the Mu seum building will be built about nFI thousand fttt north of the spring Mr Russell was well pleased with the ground on which the museum is to i be built and thinks tlmt no prettier lilace could be selected for the making of an ornamental park The museum is fur the preservu tion of the Lincoln cabin which will be brought here and erected in one end thereof for all other Lin coIn relics that can bo accumulated and for providing an assembly hall for all kinds of gatherings that may take place there It will bo 125 feet square and will be built to repre sent the White House in Washington City the picture of which has doubtless been seen by every school child It will be constructed of marble and other material of the very best qurl Sty and will cost between 250000 and 300000 Work on the building thereof will begin not later than the 15th of August or earlier if the ma terial can be shipped here in Jar nearly all the material for the build ing to bo brought here Jt well uu questionably be one of the finest build ings in the State undlit is doubt ful whether there is any finer build ings in the State excepting the new State capitol The Museum is thy only building for which a contract has yet beeni lot and it is therefore the only one i about which any positive information has been gained limo Association is very reticent about giving infor mation to the press in advance but it is known that extensive Improve ments are to be made in the grounds in the way of asphalt diivowaysunm meutation etc but the pluns of the work have not yet been completed The monumental shaft is to be a costly piece of work and will require more than 50000 to construct it but the contract for the same has not been made From the best information that can be had from Association headquarters in New York the Association has am I pie funds coming to complete the work on the most elaborate scale but tne I amount of money HO far received is not known beretIt leas been reliably reported that tho Association hps ever a million and a lair subsorip ion but I the only statement that has been of elabt orate scale which means Ihir ably between a million and a half and two millions will be expended before the work is completed La Rue County Herald ri Thousands of people are daily suf bring with kidney and bladder trou blesdangerous aliments that should l e checked prompt DeWltts Kidney and Bladder Pills are the best remedy for backache weak kidneys Inflammation of tho bladder Their action is prompt and sure A weeks treatment for 25c Sold by all drugs gists ul Curse Over the Country t- tAThe British pepolo cannot have their r cako and eat it They tamu n free food without agriculture Already 4 there are vase wets of Brim stt laud lit t which according to tho FreeTrade authority Professor Nicholson rent has vanished altogether and on wnicb oven tho interest on time moray cxi pended by past generations of land lords for draining buildings fences and other all Important items Is not r mot THus there ia actually land in England which Is minus rent land t t s pn whicbjvihat is to say the ten l1 c e x fA i iI7j NJ Y 1 I gets an actual subvention or bounty from the capital laid out by past land 1 owners But even so this land can I not compote with the foreigner while I tho curse of FreeTrade hovers over uvr country i How different ins the state cf af phS sixty years ago when Po on a jyrolo of the iinmcuE C prosperity of British agriculture Let any dfspa- ssonate student read the words of th- I clti iall81Jortof thF lidard of mgr I 6ulturo dealing with the presuqught I of the farmer rind contrast it wlth- Iportons account in islo Then ho will realize what FreeTrade has done i lr England- It has ruined her land wiped out sixtson hundred millions sterling of her capital driven her population into the towns deprived her army and na vy of tho best fighljiig stock in the world aggravated unemployment niad ine nhnill Molding problem absolute ly hopeless and produced poverty where before there was modest filer ty Until it is swept away and such crops as sugar tobacco and wheat are rendered economically profitable 0 the peasant thero can be no pros Acct of success But with Protector the example of Germany tells us that the small holder can become a prnc tical reality not a more catch word for the politician in search of a ma jjlltrlI W Wilson in the London Mail a UNIQUE SYSTEM OF HAT RENOVATING How a Woman Brings Freshness and Novelty Into Her Headgear With a few yards of straw braid runny a woman works wonders Con shIer the woman who has two hats for general use both well chosen and becomingThese may be last years straws cleaned or dyed and reshaped One Never woman has been wearing a block tulle and black wings Now sne is to lay it aside as too somber using time black wings on a white straw hat which will be generally useful She has another hat in a delicate gray straw which though effec ire with her grhy rig is of poor qual ity and will not be worth keeping for mother summer Already she is planning her fall re novations when twill be too chilly I for summer frills and too mild for felt and velvet unless perchance one hps the latest when the temptation 110 wear it is seldom resisted At that jmtj straw braids will be reduced so that a makeshift hat may be cheaply managed In some instances a piece HO yards sells for a quarter The gray hat will turn brown in order to harmonize with her brown suit She plans to pick up a coupled remnants one of brown for the brim and the other of a brown and writ mixture for the crown In order o get it exactly like tho becoming gray she will pin it laying the straw round and round To do this it is best to rip the crown from tho brims each may then bo copied more eas ily For half a dollar or less she ex- pEcts to have a smart fall hat using the black wings and a knot of cream velvet site has in a hat box All this requires no particular knack or millinery training since a good shape is followed exactly She also plans to renovate the white hat as she finds it more becoming in shape that her black sailor She will idler buy black braid to replace Itor if it bo whole and in good shape slm ply paint it with the preparations to b had for a few cents Even shoe black ing has been used To this will betided the white plume that now adorns her gray hat Sho will be ablo to wear this with any rig save for the commonest wear What this woman will do any wo nan can do though it may not payer if sho lives near tho great stores f ttf largo titles whero wonderful bargains in straw hats may be picked up later She should note just how trimmings like hers aro placed on tho best hats If such hats bo thoroughly well fix ed up for full and cleaned carefully before being put away for the winter thy may carve for early spring wear while madamo deliberates over her ntxt spring and summers millinery Do the right thing if you havo Na sal Catarrh Get Elys Cream Balm At once Dont touch time catarrh pow ders and suffer for they contain co ealnp Elys Cream Balm releases the secretions that inflame the nasal passage and the throat whereas com mon remedies made with mercury mlldy urivo them out and leavo you no better than you were In a word Elys Cream Balm is a real cure not a delusion All druggists 50c or mail ed by Ely Bros CO Warren St Now York 0 OrORn-en x A Glgutaro cf the akei111114 k r iIi J r i J KENTUCKY T JAMES TOWN EXPOSITION Most Popular State Buildings at the big Show and WereJ Built Tby Private Subscription Kentucky so unique and picturesque in history is represented byijuujqu and picturesque group of a the Jamestown Exposition tifrieplica of tho old fort built by D 1i l Booie in 1775 This old fort kuo vu as Fort Bootiesboro was the first whitasetd ment of any consequences In Kentucky and was located on the banks 8r tne Kentucky river in Madison cfuir y about 40 miles southeast of Ling tonWhen the Idea of a Kentucky bulk lug at tho Jamestown Exposition was first conceived it was determined to reproduce this historic old fort whit played such a prominent party Ihjro noer history In the early Indian wars Fort Boone at the Jamestown Expo sition is a faithful reproduction of the old Kentucky fort except the ommis sion of sonic of the buildings nloiu the palisades In the reproduction ar four black houses a center house mid sonic of the living houses alOng tn stockade In the Kentucky buildings are us d fifteen different kinds of timber mill the slates exhibit shows 120 varjetivs of wood seventeen of them being oaks of different kinds and seven being very fine woods such as walnut chp r ry oak and other woods of considera ble value Tho great Mammoth Cave is exhp ited in pictures aud in nn oxcolkiu idea of the most wonderful cave in the world Surrounding Kentuckys agricultur al and forestry exhibit is an attract ire lance composed of 47 varieties of Kentucky woods part of them b iiig highly polished and containing the name and age of the timber paint ed on the finished panels thus giving to visitors some knowledgs of the variety of timber produce in that state Kentuckys mineral industries ur exhibited In the Palace of Mines Tai exhibit is very complete and has beet arranged with much care every lea true of its being well displayed More than a thousand mineral specimens comprise the collection In view of the fact that the Ken tuck Legislature farted to appropri ate a fund for the Exposition the dis plays and buildings which Kentucky capital and enterprise have establish ed there reflect great credit upon the I public spirit of that state At the present time Kentucky hfts the most interesting group of building erected at the Jamestown Exposition and one of the most unique contribu ions ever made to any exposition in the way of buildings Fort Boones boro is beautifully located among the tall pines overlooking Hampton Roads near the Pine Beach entrance to the grounds and like the homes of old Kentucky it offers a hospitable wel come to all visitors The hospitality is so generously extended that it has made the Jamestown Building one of the most popular places at the Jamestown Exposition When the baby is teething It Is cross and restless it becomes feever Ish and In many cases vomits a great deal and oftentimes cannot even 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 Cttcasweet makes baby happy and well Sold by all druggists 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 Inclusive Final return limits Dec 15 1907 Rates for round trip 3045 GODAYS EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30ln 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 lo Rate for round trip 2300 COACH EXCURSION RATES onnachvember 26 1907 Inclusive Final return limits Ten days from date of sale Rate for round trip 1020 J E WILLIAMS Agent OAaPoR TA ZBqMSlpatun They Want no Tariff at all What the FreeTraders want Is not a scientific Tariff but no Tariff at all or as little as possible so as to 1 j thepurelyIreV f herbQt In pther countries Is toward Just such scientific adjustment of du ties us Is suggested Germany ono of the nScst learned and scientific nation in the world is also one of the most dotermlhedly Protective It goes to lengths in adjusting Tariff charges and matters relating to them fairly calculated to raise thp hair of our Freo Traders There is much AmericaIto running alld get money to pay Iris em plo e8 sells hhj surplus stock ubrpad at slightly reduced rates Germany recognizes such exigencies as neces sties of the industrial situation and j deliberately provides for relieving a congested market by selling more cheaply abroad than nt home arguing that the advantage of keeping everybody at work more than counterbal t ances any harm that may be done by giving outsiders a temporary prefer once I There are a great many facts con netted with the current discussion ofI economic conditions In this country which go to show how hopeless Is the Free Trade campaign in the face of public comprehension of the Impor tance of Protection Troy Times LEFT OVER FROM LAST WEEK NARROWS July 3Mr A R Renfrow was In Owensboro Tuesday Mr Jeff Board is spending a fow days at Grnyson Springs Mrs Clarence Armendt of Louls isville is visiting relatives here and atDundeeMrs Armendt and son Master Fred Mason were the guests of Mrs Ida Renfrow the first of the week Mesdames Ellis and Sallie Sutton of Louisville were visitors with the family of Mr A R Renfrow last week Mr James L Dunn and daughters Misses Gertrude and Lena of McDan leIs were time guests of Miss Annie Dunn Saturday and Sunday Rev Curl Bean and sister Miss Carrie of Auburn are visiting relatives here and at Sulphur Springs Master Louis Riley of Hartford was a visitor with his brother Dr A B Riley Saturday and Sunday Mr Henry Carter went to Hardlns burg to spend the fourth Mr A M WesterfIeld and Miss Ivy Realty were married Sunday Mr Porter Woosley White Plains visited his sister Mrs O P Willis the first of the week Prof Granvllle Christian of Horse Branch is teaching a singing school at Oak Grove church Prof Christians Is a master of the vocal musical art mind his services are justly appreciated Iby the patrons of his school Mrs Katie Hines of Philpot visit ed here from Saturday till Wednes lay Mr Charlie Christian of Horse Branch was the guest of Mr and Mrs Joe White Saturday and Sunday Rev H C Truman attended the soldiers reunion at Cromwell Thursday A large crowd of people attended the dedication service at the Baptist church here Sunday Rev A B Gardner of Hartford preached the dedicatory sermon An amount suffi cient to liquidate the debt against lie church 375 was generously do mated by those present after which a bountiful dinner was spread by the good ladies of the community Mr R C Duff our efficient black smith has sold his residence to Mr W C Loyal and will move to Dun soonWid an enterprising young farmer amid stock dealer living near Magan lost a valuable young horse at Siilphur Springs Sunday atferneon The horse was tied to a post with a heavy rope and in some way got one foot over the rope and in plung- Ing turned a somersault breaking his neck Mr Amos Slack a farmer living near here found a long lost brother In a novelistic way recently Mr Slack had seen his brother last in southern Ohio nineteen years ago since which time he had thought him dead In a recent correspondence with Sears Rosebuck Co the Chicago mail ord house Mr Slack received a letter signed John G Slack an employe of the company Struck by the identity of the name with that of his brother long since thought dead ho wrote the Chicago Sleek an inquiry as to his extraction with the result indicated above Mr Slack of Chicago will visit Mr Slack of Narrows sometime this tall- When there is the slightest indica tion of indigestion heart burn flatu lence or any form of stomach trouble take a little Kodol occasionally aid you will bo 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 varsoeZ I Btontto t ThI IId YIII Noe 11 04 J 4Hjci t yr i a J X- WJla L1i JV fBbiefltwMm 4k rItproduced Perfection instant lighted match 1- pliedn9 Forcookingthei rNEw PlIDrttCl10NifI Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove f itsis t 1 heat is in two Made In three sizes Every stove warranted If not at your dealers t write to our nearest agency n The D is the best Lamflu V lamp for tr allround household use Made of brass throughout and beautifully nickeled Perfectly constructed safe unexcelled in lightgiving power an ornament to any room Every lamp wrranted If not at your write to our agency STANDARD OIL COMPANY l1I TJt FAILURESIBUSINESS COLLEGES ARE pare catalogue Issued by commercial schoolbetore ere decldinZ tih your money some school C BRYANT BTRATTOH BUSINESS XiOUlorUla Inc I Cured of Lung Trouble I It Is now eleven years since I had a narrow escape from consumption writes C O Floyd a leading busi ness man of Kershaw 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 every year Guaranteed by all drug gists drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Business Positions There few If any vocations that offer more certain and more speedy promotion in business than does shorthand Now that the whole country Is prosperous and nearly every busi ness man wanting a reliable stenographer it behoovers young people to pre pare themselves In this easilyacquir ed art It offers great opportunities for promotion It takes only five or six months to learn it well enough to take an office The Business University at Bowling Gree Ky will furnish all Information concerning time terms etc S aA cleansing clean cooling sooth ing healing household remedy Is De Witts Carbollzed 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 m Our National Birthday July 4th has again come and gone and the whole nation joins in cele brating the anniversary of the advent of our great American freedom One Hundred and thirtyone years ago that instrument of writing whlck declared we were and of right ought to be a free and independent government was signed by our fore fathers and from that day that declar ation has been handed down from generation to generation as a price less legacy Today our nation stands out before tho world as the strongest and best nation on earth Many of us celebrate the event of this glorious anniversary without giving thought to what It really means but we trust that the courage and patriotism that prompted the signers ot that greatest of all documents tho Declaration of independence may ever be kept In the memory ot the younger generations and that we may arrive to maintain the proud liberty which wok on that memorable day in 1776 de dared jfpr ua by those whose names wore irisclbed upon that paper All honor to them and to this ito 9 WJ y e i or u flame by fL any stove is the flame the New Oil Stove k i ives the a 1 r is ap i delay no tno spot no L dirt dealers nearest I In small cities and towns because 1 There Is not a sufficient population to support a GOOD school JC 2 Such schools are usually conducted by rIpersons who are NOT Qualified or who make It a practice to travel about and defraud their patrons 1 3 There are few If any opportunities for their graduates to secure employment In such localities 4 The THOROUGH business colleges are located In thelarger cities and are con ducted by persons who are qualified 5 The graduates of business colleges In small cities ortowns can not secure employment Inl area cities when thrown In competition with the THOROUGH graduates of high class schools as business men have no time to experiment with Incompetents Th tA nut ortha fi nest 88 1 1a ever away va worthless training at cheap I COLLEGE Ky S are that 1IMAGAZINE 1 READERS if SUBSET MAGAZINE 0andaU the Far Wet leat CAMERA CKATT devoted nd Month to the su tiitie reproduction of the bat =IOO feIIIIpLotcFplae ROAD Or A THOTOAVD WOVDKM I book of 75 coatiiiing 075peNtUd Onp Total s35 Allfora 150IAtItIn sdltsrders to SUHSET XAGAZnri itc Flied Bra Sea Friateisae I 1COURIERI JOURNALf THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN i7fBoth One Year FOR ONLY I plSOeThe Presidential election isap changedThat I Democrat and has always been The CourierJournal is going to support the ticket And there you have it- Send your order for this combine i y ilea to usnot to the CourierJour nal The regular price of the week l ly CourierJournal alone i isyear 4 rious country of ours and may we learn to love and cherish it more and Jf tl amore as the years gobyn r t I The Right Name kr August Sherpe the popular over- seerI of the poor at Fort Madison la lays Dr Kings New iife Pills are rightly named they act more agreeably do more good and make one feel 1 better than any other laxative Guar- anteedI to cure biliousness ana coast k pation 25c at alldrugglstadrug store thr r 1 G fr GREEN RIVER zTOBACCO MEN Hold Regular Quarterly Session of the Association feyalty to Equity and to Equity principles Was the Watch wordMuch Enthusiasmi t rThe Green River District Tobacco Growers association hell the regular quarterly meeting at Owensboro Ky Thursday Not much but rou tine business was transacted in the forenoon but the prospect was for considerable business in this after noon A resolution proposing a cen sorship for papers sending represent atives to the meetings was tabled by a unanimous vote Davicss was the only county showing a decided loss i representation but thero was a faith off in the representation from Ohio and McLean counties also Breckenridge county was not repre sented but it has not often been represented at the district meetings The meeting was dallcd to order at 10 a m by President John Cullen I Secretary Stateler was present an read the minutes of the previous meeting which were adopted afte r some discussion over the question o how McLean and Daviess county vot ed on the refusal tq allow the homeI warehouse people to the meetings of the district until the I directors of that company ag yes to Jrr T obey the rules of the district and na tional A Sof E The minutes wer finally amended to show that Davies- county did not vote on the motion at all and the vote of McLean coun ty was shown to be against th adoption of tho resolution cxcludtn the Home Warehouse peopleA II Lee of McLean offered the original resolution on the matter of union and u nonunIon factories in Owonshoro and it was incorporated as a part o the minutes- A H Lee raised the question as to what constituted a quorum and point t ed out the fact as he alleged that the constitution did not provide what should constitute h quorum J P Foster thought the qutstloii idle as there was no danger of get ting down to an attendance HO smtill that there would be danger of no having ji quorum g H Len thought the suggestion a good one and a mo tion to have a committee on this matter prevailed atilt Chairman Cullen appointed A H Lee J B Ho lnnd and J P Foster on the committee M F Sharp of Ohio county offered a resolution requesting representatives of papers present to state whether they would make ft full and complete report of this mfretingand if they would submit their 11IttfJrto a committee of the organization before publishing and providing that 0 if they would not do so that they be excluded from the meting The mo tion received aiccond find was putt to i the house JD Kelley of the In quirer who was the only newspaper man present responded giving several reasons why hie paper and most probably others would not tOm ply with tiffs letter of the resolution which he argued was Impractical and 1 oven imprudent He told his effort to r make a faithful and evep sympathetic report of every county and Jdlstlct meeting held since tho coun tya nd district unions were organiz ed Major Haycraft opposed the ndop tion of the resolution at this time He thought no local offense had been committed by Owonensboro papers and he thought it time enough to act in this direction when there was occa sion for it He complimented theI Inquirer representative who had re districtIopposI Whitesville who arose for the same i purpose seconded the motion and it carried without even the dissenting vote of Mr Sharpo and his second The society unanimously passed a Y Breckenvregard to the recent meeting of the 1Breckenridge county union and es I POclally the conduct of Messrs Sharp and Robinson The action of Sharpt and Robinson at the Breckenridgq county meeting was sustained The following resolutions were re pIr o orted by the committee and wero Unanimously adopted Resolved 1st That all tobacco bo valued instead of graded when deity ered at the pooling house and when sold settled for according to the per cent it pays on money advanced 2nd That we recommend that the committee endeavor to distribute the sales of the tobacco as evenly as pos slble between the committees of the jIdlstf1ctin proportion to the amount by each county and we further 1 recommend that when the sales are made that the committee proceed r A 0 A Square Deal Is assured you when you buy Dr Pierce thelngredltent thohottlowrap era and their formulas are jittostcd under oath as being complete and correct You know just what you are paying for and that the Ingredients are gathered from Natures laboratory being selects from the most valuable native medicinal roots found growing In our American fore f3 SHdovlille potent to cure are pftrfcgrt harrqlya gveq to the most delicate wom aNt dro I c se- p n a If z- rr cer e is agent possesses ownbeingferment nutritive and soothing demul cent InDrthe cure of Indigestion dyspepsia and risingsheartpoor appetite gnawing feeling In atom act Kindred derange ments of the stomach liver and Besides curing all the above distressing Discoveryismembranes as catarrh whether of the nasal passages or of the stomach bowels or organs Even In Its ulcerative stages it yield to this sovereign rem edy if Its use be persevered in In Chronic Disstreatment to cleanse the passages freely SagesCatarrhof treatment generally cures the worst cases In coughs and hoarseness caused by bron chial throat and lung affections except con UoldenMedicaledr especially In those obstinate hangon ofdarlsInlTpeeled So curt consumption In Its advanced IIthoconsumtJIpromptly to make settlement for the saute Resolved That the President ap theeOwensborosed Mine Workers of District 23 night at 8 oclock fallowingglabor organizations S B Lee M F Sharp J l1 Robertson J E Minnott and T S Coke adoptfof the Green River association and ex pressing faith in limo honesty and integrity of the members of the commit teeThe following were the delegates pres ent from Ohio county John P Foster J N Shreve Elmore Ashby N M Russell F V Humble 111 F Shnrpe J L J Greer J A AtP Kelly George Neighbors LLNew comb Owensboro Inquirer II Beware of Ointments for Ca tarrh that Contains Mercury As mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell und completely derange tho whole system when enter- Ing it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should novel bo usjjrt except on prescriptions from reputa ble physicians as tho damage they yoniCatarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheuey Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure he sure you get the genuine It is taken in ternally and made in Toledo Ohioby F J Cheney Co Testimonials freeSold by Druggists Price The per bottleTake Halls Family Pills for Con stipation m A Vacation Behind a Horse To most people the question of how to spend a vacaton when It Is limited to the two weeks becomes a problem in tho New Idea Womans Magazine for August is an account of a novel outing which Fill solve the problem for many as it may be followed out it any part of the country Given a chcc of twentyfive dollars and ten days vacation and here isa prescription that is warranted not to be regretted Two women who took a two hundred and forty miles through New England last spring tell of their trip and the necessary preparations made for it They procured a horse for two dollars- a day piled a carefully selected wardrobe into a gunnysack seized their simple cooking outfit and made for the open road The article which is Illustrated with photographs is brimful of the outdoor spirit rind yet gives enough practical information to assure anyone of the success of a sim ilar thdertaking ow GHOST STORY THAT IS TRUE Spook Nod Real Knife But Even That Vanished Thrilling Experience of Two Americans in Far AwayI I France In the summer of 1900 a friend an I during our vacation were tramp ing through the Fontalnebleau forest about 50 miles from Paris On th evening of the 23rd of August Thursday we arrived in the small village of MontignysurLoig about 10 miles from FontainebleauIWe applied for lodgings at the on ly hotel but were not accomodated as the place was already full After vainly trying to find a room in the village itself we were sent to a house on the outskirts on the road from Montigny to Bourron The house belonged to an aged wo man who reluctantly consented to rent us a room for the night Tho house which was isolated was two stories high rather old and must have been part of a farm We were i shown into an immense room with whitewashed walls and tiled floor the only furniture was an oldfashioned curtained bed two chairs a roun I cutllwtused commonly in France wbshilngwe dined After a smoke we walked back slowly Dud being tried after 011I long tramp retired As was our custom on such trips we made everything secure for the night looking under the bed and furniture Wo locked both windows and the door in front of which we placed a chair I My friend a Frenchman nnmed Julien Denatd slept next to the wall We were soon sound asleep In the night I was awakened suddenly by myI companion clutching my arm I understHnlllwhatsay I The room wns pitch dark but as I raised my liwul I saw in the mid dle of the rconr the forearms of a man Only the blue sleeves of n blouse from the elbow down and the hands which wore coarse as those of a peasant could bo seen The ufo awful thing was that the right humid clasped a knife a kitchen knife so far as I could see held i oinl down ward Although could not oven see my I own haiiite I could see those arms an perfectly r e if in daylight After wrut I think must have been n fow tMjpcin the awful thing began t to move toward tIll bed We were n eceblefw anti Unorstrlckeu I dont know what would tyavp hap paned add J own up that 1 was BUtI1deuvolver under my pillow null the next JtonP1111wathe candle and looked around Al though we searched every inch of the room nothing could be soon arid not a thing in the room had boons ills turbed The only evidence our mysterious visitor hud left was a knifel which we round on the floor about hree feet from tho bed It was about 10 inches long rather rusty and had a black wooden handle I looked atany watch then it was quarter past one After making sure that both win dows and tho door had hot been opened we sat up during the rest of the night In the morning wo took the first train for Paris Bofovo lear ing we settled our bill with the old lady whp dined that she had heard anything during the night When pressed further she flatly refused to answer our questions At the station white waiting for the n the agent told us that the househad been reputed to be haunted for years anti that the old pleasant woman who lived there Alone was the granddaughter of a man who had been found murdered years before Before leaving the room I had L 000000000000000000000000 RicketsSimply the visible sign that babys tiny bones tOt are not forming rapidly enough tOt Lack of nourishment the cause 6ScoitJ Emulsion nourishes byj+D l entire system Stimulates and makes bone s Exactly what baby n eds ALL DRUGGISTS i AND 160- i i tO O t+ooooootH i 1- q C i wrapped tirokureQuttoacommon- place instrument in a paper and placEd in my bag Although this neV- er left my possession on our arrival in Paris when we opened the bag the paper was there undisturbed but the knife had vanished- I it ft Franco soon after this bu the terror of that awful night is still fresh in my mind I had always scofffid at supernatural things but 1 now know that there are things we cannot fathom New York World Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free dlsIcasellcarbunclesdsores eczema rising and bumpy skin bone palnsca oreBloodasores 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 adIj It cures after all else falls 35tf EARTHQUAKE UNDER THE MIGHTY SEA Effect Upon Fish and the Des truction of Plant and I Animal Life i Far below the surface of the sea the enrliquiiko makes as much comI motion us on terra firma The latest folottnic eruption of Vesuvius was ob served with respect to Us Effects in j the Gulf of Napltas by Dr Salavtore Lo llino The day before the crimp lion says tho Chicago Tribune not i tilIbyiax+ sense seemed to disasterjretard ltd oysters clams and their kin wort killed HIM there wa gwit mortality among of or types Fishes that fro quell drop orators were prevailing nt the surface aura etcajwd Gratin btu ovidciily imy were thrown into a panic than caused them to leave their i natural Minting grounds for me i fitting in small bohis caught species whfc1 never haul beni brought up beIf- oxo xc pt by a uptxlwl dfM jviiic r 1dl intent nlantB and animals com lug plukton which form the main lewd supply cf many of the nmrinf1 aiIi ftS a cons i qu Due the afiarei y of the fowl Cl1 UB nl I hf dealt cf I fth to suct an1 inIOia pf the most curious rff es of alltapIjwidaie in the eudum r 10 irn mil th1I1ieTh lobe cr r otr ol Ii 111Itun more HP caiK vll r n Ivlfli caper iu nir cIJI T j pirpent etaliBh adop t sAm diet in tlmo cf dang u id us Hi exceptioKully well prnidd wiM artni lie cftiifcos of estiby ituvid are rrospondiugly IICI IH dt11ollitbicnded to tbo diuturbantv in tM usual way by dTowlng off hir ip lMid iges repeating the process the incitation continued until t asI Wcr completely dsmtMnbered Wise Counsel From the South I want to give somo valuable ad vice to those who suffer with lame back anti kidnty trouble says J 11 i Blankenship of heck Tenn 1 have proved to an absoluto certainty that j Electric Bitters will positively cure this distressing condition Tho first bottle gave mo 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 guar antee at all druggists drug store Price GOc Many Pythian Relics Presented To Lodge Henderson KyJuly GWilliam W BlankwelU post supreme chancellor of the Kuigas of PpUias at U purio e meeting of Ivy Lodge held here last lodgehissecured during his membership in the order dating back thirtyfive years Mr Blackwells collection is probably the most costly in this country and contains many jewels and valuable gifts presented hjm while supreme chancel lor h c t vi Bud Bcifrfcheadaches biiiousness or iconstipatlo are quickly relieved by DeWItfs Little Early Risers Small Ulirr Tsur JIi smite pin prompt and lileaswfriTrifaction Sold by all drug gistsm The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been In use for ocr 30 years has borne tho signature of S3 and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its Infancy I Allow no one todeceive yon in this AU Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Oastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho sleepTheCENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of VTA The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE eiNT UH COMPANY TT MURRAY OTRCCT HCW YORK CITY i r OUR CLUBBING RATES= THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125TH- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 250 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 160 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THEREPUBL CAN and TvriceaWeek Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and Twice Week Oboro Messenger 17n THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine JoO TUB RKPITJILICAN and TuylorTrotwood iIngal ine150A- ddress all orders to THE REPUBLICAN tnrzIk Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits 12 500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Bank Come in DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alvin RoweBurch Felix Jim Polk Stevens Z l Wayne Onlfln AoIAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAA AAAA AAA4AAAAnBOA JCi03Ca4 t I TILLERS OF THE SOIL r i 41 Will Make no Mistake by VisIting the Reliable b 4andWell Known Firm of i S WILLIAMS MILLER I43 fc C1 For anything they need on the farm They i 49 handle Plows of all kinds and makes Disc IR Harrows steel and wood frame Harrqws riding and bs l walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes und bit AM buggies for young folks and old folks 8bit ri In Addition S 1 43 We have the bet equipped shopin Ohio county = tR fitted with the latest improved and = pliances and besides all kinds of generalBlacksmith J= ing candonmrjbs in firstclass shape that otheri 49 at Everythjng at + very moder Sate prices I i 1utrtt I V v f 110 tivvTIL L 1vf6fJjIt T 128R 1t I MJ 1Z oi- Y1 BEAVER DAM p V 1 C1CKY Jjnuti 1 J 4 N W tir 15i Republican 1nblUblng Company M FHartford apxoxzsce3 Ir00 EdO N 34 2aouc t Friday July 12 1 f Examine the labelon your paper If t Is not correct notify us 1Another Hargls Force Comedy Is being enacted at Sandy Hook Ky this week i We favor not only enforcement of 1 the Sunday law in Louisville but all t other laws When Senator BeverIdge marries he will have to conduct all his debates 1throughthe magazines I Mayor Bingham has screwed the lid down tight in Louisville until after electiontAn American girl has just married a Japanese gentleman This will give t their neighbors a chance to measure the fighting qualities of the two na x tionalities The President has ordered a big stick sent around to the Pacific in the shape of twenty first class mod take noticeern war vessels Japan and behave accordingly You cannot teach some election thieves anything by Court of Appeals opinion When the ballot is about to be debaucheda crack on the head with a big stick would be the surest thing The pretentions to extreme good of r a crowdwhich has been extremely bad as long as Democracy of Louisville must be taken with a grain of doubt The probation in the case should be about four years When VicePresident Fairbanks A Jumped into the water the other day to stive the life of 11 poor hotel waitress he proved himself as much a hero as Hobson Will President Roosevelt present him with a Carne gie medal It Is an oft repeated remark by us but we cannot resist tho opportunity to remind our authorities that unless Hartford is provided with water works sanitary sewerage system we cannot escape an epidemic of typhoid fever if not cholera Query If Bingham who accord- Ing to the Court of Appeals accept ed the stolen office of County Attorney of Jefferson county and the accom panying salary for two years is good enough to be Mayor why was Mayor Barth who simply accepted the stolen office of Mayor not good enough for reappointment The Kentucky Citizen published at Livermore announced in its last is F sue that it would move to a more bountiful field unless the business men of Livermore come across with prom ises of support Brother you may get the promise but the support wont come unless they are absolutely cer tain that you are giving them the lowest prices on printing and that they are sure to be repaid many fold for the advertising placed Jailer Oscar Midkiff who died last Sunday morning at his home here was one of Gods noblemen No man possessed a larger heart and no one was more willing thun he to assist k those in distress to the extent of his a ability It will be recalled that it was fir Midkiff who threw open his door to the unfortunate school girl last year who was without a home or money in our midst while trying to educate herself Big hearted Oscar Midkiff said let her conic to my house She may pay when she cum and if she never does it is alright It was this generous whole souled nature which caused everybody to like Mid as he was familiarly called The Hartford Herald quotes the Rep i v publican platform as follows There should be prompt and efficient enforcement of the crimnal laws of every kind and at all times And in discuss ing it says If this clause is the Plat forms stand on Sunday Closing as the Hartford Republican avers why did it not meet this important issue mightvhave as appropriately asked why did ti not the Republicans write in their i platform that they favor the enforce mept pf ape taws providing for the r JJU1entoc murderers thieves ejection swindlers purjurer ejnbez lei teteiflers of public record or a z long J t pt other offenders wlio have a been perptiUed to go un punished iiur w 1 Ipg thepr pt administration The Re- ht publlcajjjp cltaga to declare in JJiior of l enforcing a 1 criminal lawn leave s eclaUzatJ o Utheir oppontot hJLt aF the pubUc fomlneeB fjfeg j tfareas muclln favor of dn the Aunt ay closing htwe l jetel e- T I J- h Democrat nominees and party there can be no question They are equally as much In favor of enforcing the laws providing for the punishment of election thieves gamblers and cut throats Will you Mr Herald editors say as much for your nominees and party and If you do why have they failed to punish Louisville election swindles who have been designated as such by your eDmocratlc Court of Appeals The Breckenridge Democrat which carries Just below Its head line the motto Equal rights to all men special privileges to none land the fol lowing contemptible and uncalled for attack upon our fellow countian and brother Jn the cause of Equity M F Sharp in Its issue of July 2nd In our humble opinion the best riddance the A S of E could make would be to forthwith fire the two interlopers who attended our meeting In the name of Equity but apparently In in terest pf Equitys worst enemy the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company Especially do we take pleasure in saying that if Mr Sharp was in Hardinsburg in the Interest of Equity his actions and expressions belied his avowal If ever man left a bad taste in the mouth of his hearers every man with even half sense in that con vention must have been nauseated by the Despicable deceit that this con temptible Interloper attempted to choke down them To hell with such Equity menhe ought to have been thrown out the window had it not been for Injuring the glass Mr Sharp who is Assistant state organizerelected at the State Union held in Frankfort last spring had gone to Hardinsburg at the Instance of some of the State officers to help the organization in that county which has never been what it should be This is one of the duties which belongs to Mr Sharps office and It Is a shame that when in line of duty strictly he should be slandered by a sheet whose editor in this article of villHcatlondisplays the fact that he is either not a member of the A S of E or does not know the first prin ciple of the society Mr Sharp Is n man above reproach in his county and has done more to organize and spread the principles of Equity than any near in Western Kentucky When the editor of the Democrat gds ready to throw from his court house window such men us Mr Sharp because he does not agree with thorn he should remove his equal rights motto from the head of his paper Editor Moorman Is county Judge of Breckcnrldge county and a leading Democratalhe county union which met here last Friday condemned tho publisher of the article and voted a resolution of cot fidence In Mr Sharp Hager Victim of Changing Standards Editors Republican Will you be kind enough to indulge me a lilllo comment on the nomination by the re cent Republican State convention of Gus Wlllson for Governor The wrll61 knows something of what politics was when politics was hell and thus qualifies himself to speak of the nom ination of a candidate who stands for everything decent in politics The nomination of Mr Wlllson while poll tics was hell was Impossible While the spirit of the times not of parties tolerated methods recently denounced by the highest court in Kentucky Mr Willsons well known probity was out of joint with the times but the recent revolution being wrought in the con science of mankind as Governor Folk so splendidly stated It made Mr Will son not only a possibility but a nec essityThe social ferment strangely casts up the leader for the occasion Mr Watterson discerningly saidsome years ago that when things get bad we try to fix them but when they get damned bad they Just break loose and fix themselves The present situation in Kentucky seems to be one of Mr Wat tersons damned bad cases The loverI of right for rights sake seems having his inning The pendulum of public cussedness has had its swing Rockefeller is dodging a process server Harriman is bewailing the vanishing ppwer of wealth Schmit and Ruef are in prison Quays memory a night mare and Platt and Depew in dis grace Verily the times not parties are demanding better thfngs What monstrosities the womb of one year may bring forth In Ken tucky it was Democracys misfortune to nominate its candidates for State officers a year too soon What stu dent of the times believes that a Democratic primary would today head its State ticket with a Hager Hager reckonedIinidentified with methods and policies discredited and discarded by that revO lution being wrought in the consci once of mankind Hager is a victim of clanging standards of excellence in i public service and must reap the bar Yet environments that falls tq the coBjHfHQH Jot of men Gtup Wjjlson bias not changed ills standard jet public servicehasrgone M variation It Is the change Ja RAe 1 lift of the times that calls htm to t eledatt3b1Q of a movement to reacw ttateiro4l 0 1 Imonwea1tbl IiII t i 6J L from the tentacles of ah o topus the politics of which Is detormtncd iaVge lFby a question of geography RespectfullyJ Narrows Ky July 11 FOR THE BUSY READERS i Prof James McQranahan the weH known hymn writer formerly connected with Moody and Sankey the eyn gellsts is dead at his homo in Kins man 0 of diabetes He was sixty sovpn years old SAThe Sunday closing law was rigidly enforced at Nicholasvllle No icemeat or other necessaries were sold and the electric light plant was shut down without warning to tho people leaving many homes in darknes- sVicePresident Fairbanks has ac cepted an Invitation to deliver ah ad dress at the unveiling of Victory monument commemorating the battle of Lake Ero at PutInBoy on August 5 next An elaborate programme is being planned A suit has been filed at Branden burg by Gus W Richardson for f15000 damages for alleged slander against him by A J Thompson his brother inlaw They are both candidates for nomination for Representative in the Democratic prImary o be held next month ee The attorneys of the Standard Oil Company at Chicago have declined to submit further evidence in the investi gation held on Saturday by Judgs Lan dis in the United States District Court and Judge Landls then announced tha sentence will be passed on the Stand ard Oil Company of Indiana which was convicted of taking illegal r1road rates on August 3 Fortythree Indictments against men I prominent in the affairs of Owen county were returned by the grand jury at Owenton which has been invest gating the conduct of county business I for the last few years The indictments I charge malfeasance in offlc perjury mutilation of county records und tho collection of illegal fge bills The report of the jury goes deep in the past records of the county and every member of the Fiscal Court in eluding the County Judge is Indicter on charges of malfeasance Siars ahreylyogtb ngab bib bab hrdul The historic national banner cf1 StillS and Stripes which inspired France Scott Key to COlU1 OSOJTJ1o StarSpanglo Banner and whicu floated over Fort McHenry Chesapeake hay during its bombardment by the British on the night of September 13 1814 has ben placed on exhibition at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington The flag is the property of Eben Appleton of New York who has loaned it to the Government House Party Miss Corinna James daughter of Dr A D James of Penrod Ky delightfully entertained a house party this week at her home Those included in the party are us follows Misses Bernice Harden and Anna Russel Rockport Ky Margaret Bennett Central Citl Rebecca Kennedy Dunmore Ky Mabel Poole Chicago 111 Louisa Howard Russel vllle Ky Gevendoline James Louis yule Ky Mary Beuley Penrod Ky Ollle Manley Rochester Ky Messrs James Klnnerley Dunmore Ky U M Martin Greenville Ky Dan Ma loney and Will Wilson Lewisburg Ky Silas Mohon Bevier Ky Frank Howard Russellvllle Ky James Wal lace Arkdelphia Ark James A Bier West Virginia The most delightful feature of the occasion was a trip to Diamond Springs The party being chaproned by Mrs Ed Smith Pen rod Ky BEAVER DAM July 10Rl1 Frank Baker filled his regular appointment hero Sunday morning and night Mrs Jno L Lallanger Is on the sick list this week j Mr J E Williams and wife W A Austin andwife IK Leach and wife are spending a few days at Daw son Springs Mr C P Austin who has been sick for the past few days is able to be out again Mr and Mrs Will Travis of Owens boro and Mr Travis father are vis- Iting the family of MrO P Brunton for a few days Mrs J E Williams entertained the ladles flinch club at her home on Main street Friday last Mrs C P Austin and children who have been visiting in Rochester for the past few days have returned home Mr Theo Sowders Is in Louisville this week on business I Mr Lee Long arid family of Bowling Green are in town visiting friends and relatives Misses Bella and Ella SojWders and Bessie Hocker left Sotfor ah extended trip through they will aifo visit Jameityj tjatpre returning r- rNiaw I t orft M2 1 IIIIoek t x J qI q l nl ltr l I v 11ir 1 jff1fIi yrp Jl tctoIJ 1 A iU 1iiEPBiQrnes tBros r i + The Advent of i Jidy i i xIki everykX 1 = immediate use and mark them at a price that Willi a x naturally force its sale When you see these x K Markeddown Clothing you wont be able to restrain xK yourself from buying Note these big markdown jf k prices x xkIEightDollar Suits cuttoRC E 550 x cut toe aI 700 x kTwelveDolor Suits cut toE 8 50 a x = x Suits cut to 1000 4EighteenDollar Suits cut to 1300 4TwentyDollar Suits cut to 1500 xki It us oWIng ac- cumulationjt of orders which she couldnt possibly get 3 Jt out by July 4th Anticipate your Hat necessities for H the entire season Visit our Millinery section and x Ii have your Hat made ready for any demand the sea Ht atx xxxxxSurprised Their Friends The marriage of two prominent Ohio county people occurred June 26th and present a bit of romance The marriage was kept from the public for several days and information of the happy event did not reach this office until several days later I The contracting parties are Mr Bilbro Sr of Matanzas and Mrs SamI lu Withrow of Smallhous Mr Bilbro is prominent in the Coun ells of the Baptist church and it was enroute to the General Association of Kentucky Baptists at Mayfield Ky that the happy event was consumated Mr Bilbro always attends such meot ings and his going attracted no particular attention It wasnot generally known and probably known to but a few that Mrs Withrow now Mrs Bilbro a accompanied him But she did and at Princeton Ky the marriage took place To further preclude the probability of their friends finding out what had occurred Mrs Bilbro returned to her borne accompanied by her brolherlu law Mr AlouzK France and Mr Bil bro went on to Uu association When they were satisfied that iTie surprise to their friends would be complete the iutellgQiice of thou murrifiga WitH matte known and Mr and Mrs Bllbro received the congratulations of their many friends Death of James A Fulkerson James A Fulkerson aged 64 years an old and reepeoled citizen of Ohio county died at Williams planes on July 6th and was buried at the Ren der cemetery next day The funeral services were held at the Render church by the Rev Baker of Hartford Uncle Jimmie Fulkerson ashe was affectionately called by all who knew him had spent nearly all of his life in and around McHenry and he was highly esteemed by all who knew him because of hiskind loving nature he lived a devoted and consfst rit Christian life and had b pa member pf the Methodist church for fortysixt years He was survived 1 y a wife and five e14rala1three BpriBVho reside atj Ja aes lawl rw tdaughters one t lyde fttftarancH tadand one I at N e1Ie1 tr to the memory of rl W ti Jf f1ttJ I tt the deceased work was suspended at tall the mines in the vicinity on day of funeralIOur Saviour promised all tat would be faithful until death shouidrecelve a crown of life on the strength of that promise Uncle Jimmy has gone to reap his reward L F Tax Notice 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 tf 1IHAVE YOUR PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED A piano is a delicate and valuable instrument and its care should be PII lengthens the life of the piunppoor tuning ruins it Please remember that I hold a diploma from the largest and I best school of piano tuning in the perfectfinlBlowest charges consistent with the best workship A E SAN EFUR KyDropI NoticeI I knowj rat all tithes Just where tho Ohio coun usingthemtheir location and how long they localityPleaseabove G A RALPH Road and Bridge Commissioner for Ohio county 62tf I NoticeEdllorsRepubl1can of the Ohio County Baptist Associa Baptistyearsthethenumbersmall amount about n if each church will contribute a little more than last year the dificiency can be wiped out i which we feel BIUO you will do L P DRAKE sec S5YL- aud for SiteA rmlngJantprpike Will go at a bargain sTERFIELIJyr 1 1l ITAFFY filled his reg theIare very much discouraged on account of the dry weather hadtheFred Lake and Ora Taylor elop ed last Thursday and were married Mr J A C Park wife and fourI andfamily forJamestown3rd Ky N Q 1 andT ther Creek near Ralph meTuesdayCreek church Rev Fuqua conduct ed the services BUFORD anElizabeth mOnthutterfriends ISvlslUngrelatives while here andMrsArizona Mr R P Kirk and wife visited at attendedMisses Jpclo and JeEsfQ Megan Yls 1 Hartford ofBedaSaturday ofAndersejnvUlealtended re MrJ H TraVis and wife of tiYashi WilHamNicholsonMr wandlMondaythe audience was well pleased ra4wasSundayIi llI t 1 KHugh Richison wentiao Agitx Buny RW cr flrSB J r1cod UII m p3DLJ Cotfe4 41Y = w 1 iI 4 I J g1T FAIRS ToDay and ToMorrow w I TmSfTo give those who yill attend the big Street Fair an i opportunity to gain what they missed by not attending our two days special last Friday and Saturday we Jiave decided to continue our sale v rJWe extend to you a special invitation to visit us twogday morning Bring your friends Make our house ykur headquarters during the two days Reduced prices on all Wash Goods I 50 dozen 25c black lace stripe Hose 15c pr 25 dozen Union Heuck Towels 35cent values f atlOceach 50 pieces No 22 allsilk Ribb n 20cent values I at5c tat jw 3000 yards wide Embroidyry 15and 20cent value at lOc M Jc36inch guaranteed black Taffeta Silk S 125 lvalue at 1 OUR BASEMENT You cant afford to come and not visit it A light commodious room filled entirely with useful articles worth from 15c to 25c Our price 5c and lOc Noth 4inghigher Be sure to call Romember the plce T A McGEB EYE TESTER AND FRAME FITTER O- FCENTRA1CITYKYHaving made arrangements to devote a part of his time to the practice of Optics in Ohio county hereby calls the same to the attention of the Cit izens ofHartford and sur rounding country and requests those who may be interested for themselves or friends to kindly in jestigate his standing at home Special attention given to the straightening of Crosseyes NOTE WHAT TilE DOCTORS OF MY COUNTY SAY OF ME Central City Ky December 11 1906 ITo Our Patrons and Friends J Having satisfactory evidence of the proficiency of T A McGee we- T cheerfully recommend him for refraction work we offer this courtesy be cause we consider him competent and worthy and believe those wishing prop erly fitted glasses will make no mistake in engaging him to do their work Respectfully M P Creel M D Central City Ky H C Kennedy M D Dunmore Ky J T Woodburn M D Central City T J Slaton M D Greenville Ky W R McDawell M D Central City A Lewis M D Greenville Ky W R McDowell M D Central City T B Slaton M D Greenville Ky t6l S t+ Taylor M D Central City J D Cundiff M D Drakesboro Ky L Bennett M D Central City H D Newman M D DrakesboroKy- H Tylderfey M D Central City T P Howell MD Graham Ky J G Hendrick M D Central City L P Moore M D Depoy Ky A D James M D Penrod Ky LeRoy Willis M D Cleaton Ky J Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 12 IlllnolsCentral RailroadTime Table Ncrili M MU d Ser4MKeaud- o12 due 407 aIn Noltt dtwll31 n m olIt1uellJOI m No 101 due 848 pm Ho 13 dne 348 pm NrtlM Anr 040 m Frost at City Restaurant i Fruits of all kinds at City Restaurant I Aint that Fish fine at City Res 1t 1auri1t lrK Martin Horton tailed to see e us Monday Cheese Sausage Cakesand Crack era tt City Restaurant Mr A E Sandefuiv Rob Roy call ed togaee usvTuesday jCfrll Barnard j Coa for knew 1 pftttwa 6ookFREE fI i H nj P Sandefur is treating Ma ko 40 ieWtoa oi Intuit rrrvl- L yrf t f 1- f f f Mr B H Morris Horse Branch was a pleasant caller Tuesday IPlno Apple Frost YH at City Restaurant Try itSo good and cold Ice Cream SherbetPop CocaCola and Lemonade at City Restaurant Road and Bridge Commissioner G A Ralph called to see us Tuesday Keep the tiles out Get your Screens of Hartford Mill Co They make all sizes tf Shingles and odd size Windows and Doors a specialty HARTFORD MILL CO Oh QhSlfaosb Steak Mtalesat Clty Restauraptrhow they ticket he hun gl Miss Pauline Smith Cetalvo Is the- Iguest of her brotherMz G E Smith city Mr Dan tre of the Goshen neighborhood calledioJee as Mon day 1 Ir br M FV Hirtle ie at Hart i6Xd nefghbbl odUcalled Co se is 1 iH lM t1 1 I r Prof E A Smjth Rockport visit ed tho Mammoth Cave the latter pat Of last week Wben In need of dental work of any kind call on Dr Renfrew over Baughns store City Restaurant made the Cream and Sherbet for the Masonic supper Wasnt it good Mr James I Brown InnlP Tex is the guest of his sister Mrs Judge WB Taylor Dr C K Richards Louisville is the guest of Dr A F Stanley dur ing his vacation Agency for Ladies Home Journal Patterns at Barnard Cos New Patterns now in stock Assistant State organizer of the A S of E M F Sharp made us a pleas ant call last Saturday Messrs E E Durbin Palo and J P Foster Nocreek were among our callers last Saturday Dr Oscar Brown and Mr Hender son Kirtley Island Ky were pleasant callers Monday Mrs Dr J H White Charleston Mo is the guest of her parents Capt and Mrs S K CoxIMr and Mrs J A Anderson and daughter Miss Cova are the guests of relatives in Hartford LOSTAt- y Reunion lie Cromwell July 4 one black Square Cut Coat Size about 36 Notify K Martin Hor ton Ky 5213 Mr T J Morton wife and son Master Thomas of Island Ky were tho guests of relatives in Hartford the first of the week Mrs Dr C M Heavrin and chil dren of Owensboro arrived yesterday and are the guests of Mrs Heavrlns sister Mrs M L Heavrin The Ohio County Medical Associa tion will meet in Hartford Wednes day July 17 at 10 oclock a in A large attendance Is expected The Ohio County Baptist As sociation held an nil day meeting at the Hartford Baptist church Wednesday A splendid program was ren I dered Mr W W Hurtel Louisville who had been the guest of relatives and friends in and near Hartford for aI few days called to see us lust Satur day The ladles new Methodist church society will serve ices and cake in the Court House yard this afternoon Net proceeds to go to aid in building th6 new church Mr John Coffman and Miss Mortie Southard both of the Matanzas neigh borhood surprised their many friends by eloping to Evansville Ind July 4th and getting married Mrs Sheriff R B Martin and chil dren returned the first of the week from a few days visit to Mrs Martins parents Mr and Mrs B F Flenor near Cromwell Mr and Mrs Taylor Bartley and little son who have been the guests of Mr Bartleys Mother Mrs1 R Forrester for several days returned to their home at Romney Ind Mon day Mr R T Collins who had been the guestof I relatives in Hartford for a few days return to his homo at Louis ville Monday Mrs Collins and chil dren will continue their visit here a few daysProf L N Gray who left a few days ago for a tour of the west and to be in attendance at the National Ed ucational Association at San Francisco had reached Salt Lake City lust Saturday and was enjoying the trip hugely Mr and Mrs Lee Long and chil dren who recently moved from this 1IrlLongbusiness were the guess of relatives and friends in Beaver Dam and Hart ford the first of the week Mr Alex Barnett has moved his residence on Fredrica etrett fromI Anderson residence on Clay Mr T F Simmons who is rebuilding the levee North of Hartford will oc cupy the residence vacated by Mr Barnett Mr Frank Westerfield has sold 48 acres of his farm adjoining the city on the Hartford and Beaver Dam pike including the residence to Mr John Glenn of Drakesboro Ky Consider ation 2600 Mr Glenn Is a brother of our townsman Judge J S Glenn He will occupy his home about September 1st f Mr Mac Daniel of OJ9q pry cinct was appointed jaU iof Oho county Tuesday made vacant bylthe death of Oscar Midkiff Mr Daniel is a brother of Mrs Mldkiff Anal will permit his sister and children to remain at home until she can get I noxtflovembeJtlt man a life long and will no d9uli ill jewiatfaiL a satis fadoryma a ecUtfd bond w took liee JJt otoffice att otacee WCIf L r a- u n J f1 y Elder W B WrighL filled his rcgu lnr appointment at the hall last Sun day morning At tale close of the services he was presented with a watch ciurm bearing the K P emblem and inscribed on one side Elder W B wiigbt from Rough River lodge No 110 1907 The presQutatton was made byeC M Barnett Chancellor Com on behalf of the lodge and jvas In recognition of Elder Wrights splendid sermon on K P memorial dhy1 Rev Wright was taken completely by surprise but his actions showed his deep appreciation The young ladies of Hartford met at the home of Miss Mary Keown Monday evening July 8th and organized an Arrah Wanna Club Miss Leona Maddox wijs elected President and Miss Mary Keown Secretary Pro gressive Bunco was tho game of the evening The members are Misses Elba Bean Nora Bennett Lillis Bur ton Mary Keown Leona Maddox Irene Miller Annie Moreland Zella MayeNall Anna Patton Erne Render Casse Riley Hettie Riley Willie Smith Winona Stevens Kate Thomas Debby Taylor Miss Elba Bean will entertain tho Arrah Wanna Club Tues day evening July 16th Miss Laura Thomas and the girls on Valnut street entertained the members of the younger set last yednpsdpy evening at the home of Miss Thomas parents Mr and Mrs ni E Thomas A number of games were Indulged In after which Ices and cakes wore served A most delightful time leas had JIY nil Those pres ent were Masters Park TaylorShel by Stevens Estill Barnett Glenn Barnes John J Williams Harden RJley Louis Riley Edward Ford David Thomas Misses Mary Anderson Lou Iso Phipps Winnie Simmerman Katherine Thompson Jennie Gillespie Katie Pendleton Lucill Pirile Mnriam Holbrook Lelia May Petrie Annie Ruth Pe le Hostesses Rebecca Shultz Nancy Ford Mary Elizabeth Felix Lelia Glenn and Laura Thomas ROXEY July lOU8s Mabel Porter attended church ir Mount Zion last Sunday Miss PtiMl Leach visited her cousin Miss Sopin Raly heat Sunday after noonMr md Mrs Len Leach visited their daughter Mrs H T Potter Saturday night and Sunday Mr Albert Leach anti CharlieI Shields Beaver Dam called to see their uncle Mr1 N Raley the 4th Mr S Harrel and wife visited Mrs HarrelV mother last weeki Mr Vn Phinimers children are vis iting relatives at this place daughjand Sunday Mr J N Raley is not as well at this writing Miss Mabel Porter spent Sunday with Miss Flay Taylor Mule Colt Show On Saturday September 7th 1907 at l e Fair ground Hartford Ky We will give a premium of 750 for tin best mare mule cifit and 70 for tho best horse mule colt from our Jacks I for tie season of 1OG We expect some mule buyers hero on this date and it will bo to your interest to fix your mules and bring them in nlHKHEADIi NOCREE- KII 8David Moreland and wife and little daughter attended church I at No Creek Sunday 111lB Stevens will move into his nW home soon- i Mi Will Stevens who has been confined i to his bed for some timo with rheumatism is improving slowly lbstof the people in this neighbor bornood are done threshing wheat Miss Filida Foster West NO Creek visit td Miss Mary Dame Sunday Miss Antha Park visited Mistt Bet tie Ward Sunday Mr David Morelcud and family visited Mr and Mrs Tally Carson Sunday iv Rev J M Homo of Beaver Dam spent the day wilii RevG W Dame yesterdayDr of H da attended church at No Creek Sunday Esq B S Chamberlain and Mr W F Stevens are building a new bridge across No Creek at tIle old mill crossing now school house at west No IThe will soon be completed The of the new district are to be congratulated for tho faithful work and cooperation with the trustees in building tfcpir schoolhouse which promises to be one of the Lest in all the surrounding country Mr Jno iSanderfur has treated bis residence new coat of paint Our school will begin at old No Creek sopn Miss Nannie Moseley will teach the school RENDER July D1Iessrs Simon Jones and Sam James Jr spent a few days in loulsvillo last week Miss Mary Louise Rice pf Central City is visiting Mr and Mrs Simon to Jones L 7MrMusaGladysl 1t fr1 I- af E L 1 111 wu 1 Your MidSummerNeeds Time has come when you dont need so many clothes but of the kind you are more particular To meet this needwe feel that we are in good shape to supply your wants Our stock having been bought late we are particularly strong on Hot Weather I Goods To 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 5and continuing until closed This part of our stock must go We have been very fortunate in securing theI I agency for the LADIES HOME JOURNAL PAT TERNS Progress is our motto The Ladies I 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 and 15c They are rapidly sup planting other patterns on account of being so easy to use and they do not waste material For Your Needs this MonthAsk BARNARD and lentucky1I NOT GOOD AFTER JULY 15 FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION This Ballot Will Count 5 Votes for Miss officebyr t THE FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION IOF THE- BRECKENRID6E r COUNTY FAIR IWill be hold at Harclinsburg Sept 34 and 5 A premium list of 3000 500 special 19071 added by local business men One of the equipped and most beautiful grounds in the State Reductd rates and special trains on railroad D W Williams spent a Very plccsani day at Airdrie Thursday both Jones Messrs Walter Daniel and Mr and Mrs Wm Fair and Mr and Mrs R R Riley of Hartford spent Thursday with Mr and Mrs McDowell Fair Mr and Mrs K Pcarcc of Herrin Ill are visiting Mr and Mre Robert EnglebyMr O Keown and children via ited in Fordsvillo last week Misses Maude and Jennie Reed of Herrin Ill are vtettins relatives here Mrs C L Myers and children are visiting at Point Flousanf Miss yrdrn Ffmtrras hrs reUifittl to her home in Central City after u visit to friends here aipP9intlment ed froip New Albany lad I Mrs G D York returned to her I home at Island yesterday after a short Visit to relatives here She was aci companied by her sister Miss EHia Carter j MACAR i July 9We arp BftIIBgrain In this part of the cpeniy ciojpg are look lag bad tiMV AlecMagn who his been sick fpr several clays is ep aka c l i v 1I S COIW Mr and Mrs J E Coleman left Saturday for Comortown to bo all sent several weeks visiting relatives The twin babies of Mr Pen Austin are very sick Miss Dora Midlciff who has been at Evansville with her sister Mrs Jim Lanham for several months has rp turned home Mrs Jim Lauliain who has beta under the treatment of Dr Rogers of FordsvSllc for several days return ed home yesterday to Evansville Dr J L Deuton made a business trip to Fordsvillc Saturday There will be an ice cream supper at Beech Valley the 20th for the ben efit pf the church Mr Charlie Miller who has been sick for several days is up again Mrs Lizzie Johnson and children who have been visiting aj Heflin for the past two weeks returned home Saturday Miss Eva Martip who has been via iting her aunt Mrs E H Magan oC Aatna for several days has returned home dapghtarMissMrsrMi S Ragland and family Dvii deV Friday V JIiMr G It Midklfe attended t1o soht diers servIccsaijCfomwen last wliek ojWiv tiltyc 1 I f f 1D v THE HORSE MAY- EVENTUALLYr 1 VANISH l Motor Cars and Airships Possi ble Reasons for Future i 4Extinction V Airships and motors cars may lead h P in time to the second disappeurnnci t of the horse which says Harper Weekly once before became extinct in North and South America Ove three centuries ago at the Spanish + conquest there was not to be fount t In the new world so It has been prac tically proved a single animal tha answered to the horse Horses In deedwhlch the Spaniards brought withc them to mount their cavalry were obi4 jecta at first 61 great terror to the natives who took them to be fourleg a llUrposelllyresearch by the Whitney mission be l fore Columbus the Americas were ovI errun by horses from the mountain t of Alaska to the plains of Patagonia- In 1826 the chance discovery in New I Jersey of an equine fossil of an un known kind kd to more methodical Investigation of America with the result that prehistoric horse hones have been found in California and Oregon between the gulf of Mexico and the Carolinas in Texas Florida and the Mississippi and on the western slopes of the Rocky mountains Horses too must have been numerous in this country previous to the appearance ofI man researches having brought f light their fossilized remains mixedi up with pottery and the stone of cave dwellers How Is It then that the equine race represented In America by kinds of fossil considerably more numerous than in Europe came for a time to vanish from this country to reappear I thousands of centuries Inter with the Spanish conquest Fur but a tL ry after Cortez there were centuII existence herds of wild horses regions of the Plata and the ptIhrlet- of the far west By some this t iiip rnry eXUnC Jar of the American hose has been atI t tributed to the increasing cold and the encroachment of the glacial hem- Isphere It is certain that the elephant and the camel disappeared at i the same time Another explanation is that the horses succumbed to a I maliidy such as the rinderpest la South Africa Agtfn what brought Rbottt this exodus may possibly have t been a species of the pr sent day Col ombian vampire hat which sucks the lifeblood of its victims nod in tilt districts it infests prevents the hone being used as a bas of burden How to Cure Chilblains To enjoy freedom from chilblains writs John Kemp East Otlsfield th I apply UncWiBB1 Arulca Salve Have also used it for salt rheum with PX collent results Guaranteed to run fever sores jndulfcrit ulcers plies j burps wounds frost bites and skin t diseases 25c at 4U druggists drug storeI i Must Have Their Rights The Jiewspaper mj of Kentucky have beep newer of wood and draw i era of water for II long time The local politician expects toe assistance i of hifc friends the n wsi aj crs whr a- be shies his castor into lae tltullcOIpreferment Without their and influence his chunco to win IB weakened 01 made impnwiible i This fact is known to all yet many particularly those who have beon sent to the legislature have violated their promises or ignored entirely the oh ligations they were under to those who assisted them In obtaining the office to which they aspired The newspaper men have been easy in tho past but they are not fools They are fair men who know what tlwvI want and wnnt nothing that any minded men can consider able InrflsollI The liberal law as It 1 V wrong and should be changed der the existing law suit for lUH11 against a newspaper may bo brought in any county in the State where the publisher sends even a paper regardles of the distance it may he from the home of either the plaintiff or defendant Is this a fair law The law should be changed so that suit if brought shall be In the county where the plantiff lives or in the county in i which the paper sued is published Is I this unfair There are other things in the law that are equally unjust that Ehould be repealed or modified r The newspaper men ot the States are determined to no longer be tpaws for wouldbe legislators or I other officials who by their actions after they are elected spurn those who have assisted them They want a modification of the present libel t law and they want other legislation equally as just They want fair treatment c only but they have arrived ate that point where they as a body rec a ognize that selfpreservation is then first law of nature x i At the recent meeting of the Ken tucky Press Association held at Es till Springs A resolution was adopt s r- r a ed unanimously which provides that no candidate who is not willing to stand by the newspaper men in their efforts to get their rights has no reason for expecting the support of the newspapers in his immediate 10 cality or elsewhere and that the sam shall not bo accorded him They were right The Kentucky Press Associa tion is a body of intelligent men and good citizens and they will make n determined fight along this line It is just to Shelbys last Represen tative Hon J A Farzier now decent ed to say that ho was heartily in as cord with and voted for every measure the newspaper men advocated dur ing his term of office it would In unjust to lion E B Beard who will be our next Representative if we failed to state that he has already learned for himself the justness of the the newspaper men are mak and has promised to give them hearty support in obtaining the leg- Islation they desire The same may also said of Mr Peter the nominee Senator in this district We were proud while at Estill to say our Senator and Representative we rightThe from the Shelby Record is good talk and to the point Ncwspupei r publishers have been the tools of trading politicians until their patience is worn to the quick and the Republican serve notice with the Record that day is past The delivery of the cash or its equivalent taffy and bouquets are no longer negotiable stuff Nearly all oldfashioned Cough Syrups are constipating especially those that contain opiates They dont act right Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup contains no opiates It drl08J the cold out of the system by gently moving the bowels Contains Hone and Tar and tastes nearly as good as maple syrup Children like it Sold by all druggists m NOTICEt IOrdols Ohio County Court regular loth 1907 Hon W 13 Tay lor County Judge Presiding- G F Chapman cmotion for Graded Common Schoolat Center own Ky It appearing that a petition signed by G F Chapman C K Reneor 11I 111 Davis J T Bennett J B Maddox J L Smith J B Slogner 0 B Bos kot IJB Goodall V S Hocker gll otherslIthe last regular April term of this i court asking that a Graded Common School district be established with its boundary as follows viz HpginI wing at W 1 Iglehearts includingI him thence to Dick chilling him thence to J B Wades including tom thence to Ed Winney Rowes including him thence to Rohr ert OglPbbys including him thence to the Melton farm including itthence to lLUAshbys excluding hint them i to Clarence Tichenors excluding him hence to H O Hennetis including j him thence to Will McClaing XI to W P AshbY I AdIiNancy Jones including her thence to i the Wn Dexter farm including It thence to Henry lockers including him thence to Frances Hifliun iIJI cluding him thence to W T Mat locks Including him thence 10 Vir gil Bishops including luau thence to overly Ashbys including loin thence to the Mary Bonton farm including eXIclullingP Vincents including him thence to the beginning That the site for the school house of said proposed this net be the lot on the Hartford and outh Carrollton road immediately I west of Rtneers mill lot and that said site is certified to be not ex ceding two nad onehalf miles from aIIItrict and of the Centcrtown ilstrict of this county and it also ap pearing that the County Superintendent has endorsed on said petition his approval of same and that a 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 endorsed their approval on said petitions provided by law and the Court be ing sufficiently advised orders that El B Martin Sheriff of title county be and he is hereby directed to cause a poll to be opened and an election to lie held at Centertown Ohio County Kentucky in the present public school building or some other suitable place jn the 18th day of July1907tbe same being 40 days or more after the entry at this order for the purpose of tax ng 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 ietcd an annual tax of 50 cents oni each one hundred dollars of property value therelnsubject State or coup ty taxation owned by white persons and 100 of poll tax on each white male inhabitant of said proposed Grad a- rto 4- r fie J i i K m ii Jrtir c ed Common School District er twenty one years of age for the purposi of establishing and maintaining i Graded Common School District am for erecting purchasing or repalrlni suitable buildings therefore as pro vided in sections 1QO to rand including 130 of the Common Shool Law of Kentucky The officers of said election will also cause the legal voters fol sat 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 wil make return in due form oftho result of same at the earliest day practicable A Copy Attest W S TINSLEY C O C C By ROSC E 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 thercir directed R B MARTIN S O C June 14 1907 CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of LEFT OVER FROM LAST WEEK ROCKPORT July aItev McCutcheon filled hit regular appointment at the Presbyter church Sunday morning He leti immediately after service for McHen ry and was not hero Sunday night Miss Lizzie Stevens spent Sundn at her home in leaver Dam Miss Lillian Monroe IB visiting in Hartford Mr Clarence Wyant left Wedm lay for Cincinnati where he will spinti the fourth Mr Ralph Runyait who has IKT In the employe of Mr S M1Burgss left Sunday night for Cincinnati Mrs Penrod and children and Miss Smith of Panrod aro the guests of Mr and Mrs Walter Russell Dr1 D Maddox spent Saturday mid Sunday at home Mrs Charlie Hendvie and daug levier visiMd Mr and Mrs John Hiu ilrle Sunday Help the Horse i- No article Ii more useful about the stable than Mica Axle Grease Put a little on the before hook it horse andbriing the quicker I IREISE wears leell better than any other grease Coats the axle with ahard mooth surface of I reducetFriction aMica Axle Orease 1LA TiNeM NLe1WMIT wj Nervous Indigestion The action of diges tion is controlled by nerves leading to stomach When they are weak the stomach is de prived of its energy It has no power to do its I work If you want per- manentt relief must restore this energy Dr Miles nervous energy gives the organs power to per form their functionsF- or many years I was an acute sufferer from nervous Indigestion at times I was no despondent life seemed almost a burden I tried all kinds of remedies and withI little or no last summer I saw Dr Miles Nervine ana I Heart Cure advertised I resolved to make one more trial which I did In the purchase of one bottle of Nervlno I and one Cure In a few days I began to feel better which encouraged me en much that I tho medicine until I had taken more thanI a dozen bottles I am very much Im proved In every way In body mind and since I make a special point to recommend the medicine ana a sincere pleasure In knowing I that several persons have been bene recommendationsfited A S MELT6N Ashvlllc N C Dr Miles Nervine Is told 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in a little skiff rowing with a single oar across the stream paddling now on this sIde now on that you have seen tho man and the bulk of his worldy possessions True there isV small shanty on the bank containing his bed and cooking utensils but the skiff holds bls dogRing and his gun and his fishing tackle and all that is dear to this man who has spent his sixty one years nfcur to natures heart John Atchison id a small wiry man soft of tread and slow of speech knowing nothing of the ways of the big old busy world except what he may have gleaned from conversa tion with those who camp sometimes near his shanty caring nothing for worldy wealth and bookish wisdom and yet withal a philosophertrain ed in tho school of forest uijcl stream creatures of features and fins mill for his teachers earth and sky told trees his books He could teach all tie nnturu fakers and Theodore Roose velt their critic for ten years and yet be the wisest of the bunch In a grove of venerable beech trees where the little creek falls gently law the deep and silent river is a little shanty not larger than a tent It is built of planks set on end Its eaves are scarcely higher than a mans shoulder There is not a window anywhere nor any arrangement for the admission of light For twentyfour years this solitary man has lived hereno camped He has lived in the woods in the swamps on the river And how has lH lived Why like any bold pioneer of old who pushed beyond the pale of civili zatlonby his gunhis traps und his fish nets to him unknown Ht sows not neither does he reap Ho knows not the yard stick or the peck meas ureBack from this ode on the short stretches a swnmp and forest vast and dim wherein is no human hi pi tatlon nor sign of human hands Tim owl hoots and the fox howls undis mayed bo the bay of tho farm yard dog Tie rattlesnake sounds his deadly signal and the copperhead darts his venomous tongue writ no human ear to hear or eye to scr All kinds of small game abound Not long ago there were great droves of wild turkeys and even an occasional deer but the clearings drew too near and they have goneThis stretches ol forest and swamp is the old mans hunting ground John Atchison was born in Daviest county sixtyone years ago but im migrated to McLean county at the early age of four yearsSnce thai time he has been out of the county but a single time That was thirty years ago That time he came to Owensboro then a town of possibly 3000 inhabitants The Owensboro ol thirty years ago is the largest town that he ever saw and the only one with the exception of Livermore and Calhoon He remembers Owensbbrc as a very large town Twentyfour years ago intro Atchi son loft the home of his parents and took up his abode in the shanty where he now stays at the mouth of Buck creek Since that time he has known no other habitationLHe sleeps in the little shanty at night All day he is either on the river or in the woods principally on the river now since he feels too hand of advancing ago and since the game is neither so plentiful nor so large as in former clays But ho hns been and Is still a great hunter tIe has in his shanty a large box filled with the beards of wild turkeys ho has killed Besides It is a smaller box containing rattlesnake rattles One of them was taken from a snake twentythree years old- During the summer the old man lives chiefly by fishing There is no better fishing in all of Green river than about the mouth of Duck creek and no other man knows so well as he of It With hand pole trot line or net a day rarely passes that he does not makea rich haul Ho knows the habits of every fish that swims the river knows where when and how to catch them knows when they have gone out of the river into the crek and when to lay his net to catch them as they return During time winter season fluttlng gives place to hunting and trapping Along the river banks are any num ber of minks Back in the timber coons abound Now and then n skunk and onca in a grout while an otter tray be found Their pelts afford Mr Atchison his moans of subsistence from September to prlIsupplement = ed of cqijr8eby Jhe store of squirrels and other small game that he fillip The old man regards the forest that surrounds him as in some sort his hunting preserve though be owns not a foot of it No English lord ever watched over his game preserve with greater care He deeply deplores tho fact that the game is fasjtdjsappear inteji that the best of He has already i L t gone Tho last deer that was ever in I these woods ho will tell you was twelve years ago about He came in from above lucre somewhere After I while a dot come and I sorter watched them thinking maybe a big sleet They deer stayed down on the river bank under some oak limbs One day sdnlbody come from across tho river and killed them They wire the last dIr thats ever been in these woods or uter will bo I reckon Yea hero was turkeys hero a long timo afr that rite last ono 1 saw was an old henthree years ago she stayed about here all winter Thored have been plenty of turkeys here now if folks would do like they ought rIWh vwhM these woods were full turkeys piople would corne in herein tbjo summer time when a turkey is not fi to eat and kill them They would kill dens und leave whole droves of young ones to starve It hurt me mightily but I couldnt help it When AtcMson leaves his shanty he fastens the doors by a curious device of his own twisting a thong and a stick through H hole in the wall When ho goes to bed they are fastin ed in the same way He explains that he hus no windows because If he hud people could look through know whtn he was away and might be tempkd to take sonic of his prop ertyJohn Atchison will spend the re mainder of his days in this same shanty an in theso same woods Who can say that the life lie has lived here far from the maddening crowds Ignoble strife has not been more profitable more exalted than had he spoilt it chasing the buubl reputation w Heard at the R R Station They were Democrats the two gentlemen waiting on the platform for the northbound passenger which was twenty minutes late They were well dressed cultured and refined and their conversation naturally turn ed to the political situation in Kentucky they both being Kentuckians- I have voted the Democrat ticket for twentyfive consectutive years says one But If I live to vote this fall- I will not do it I voted it straight for twentyseven years said the other and am as good a Democrat now as I was during that time I went to the music hall convention in the interest of und to do what I could to assist Capt Stone to procure the nomina tion I staid there five days I tried faithfully to prevent Capt Stone from making any agreement with Goebel but he did it and Goebel instead of standing to the agreement which was that Capt Stone should receive the nomination organized the convention by electing his own adherents as of ficers and then proceeded to browbeat the convention in to nominating him 1 quit the party right then and have never voted with the gang since Con tinning he said I consider Goebel one of the worst enemies the State has ever had and tho State has through its partisan legislature appropriated 20000 to commemorate his memory If I ever go to Frankfort after time new Capital is completed and his statue is in front of it I will go In the buck way I dont want to see anything that resembles the man He i muchIthe will of the people after the eke tion He was clearly and overwhelm ingly defeated at time polls and caused I all the trouble which followed at Frankfurt by presistiug in setting aside the election of Taylor and declaring through his tool the legisla ture that ho himself was electe- dI watch says he with a great deal of disgust the difference in the con duct of the trials of Calef Powers and those of James Hargis The court and Juries that have tried Powers have all been in favor of his conviction before the trial began while the judge and Juries that lime tried Hargis have been his friends and tl time same political faith as he and 1 doubt not that many of the Jurors were pledged to acquit him before they were accepted I agree with you said the first gentleman Things are getting in u rather bad shape when u man Is tried according to his politics Continuing he said I regret to see a Republican elected Governor oJ Kentucky but I consider Gus WUIfcon so far the better man to govern the State that 1 shall cast my vole for him Not as a Republican but because he is a man who stands for principles more nearly in accord with the doctrines of true Democracy than those which the other ticket stands for The train seemed into hte sta tion and the gentlemen were off i Tho foregoing may to some sound like a fixed up story but It is indeed noto One of tho editors of this iVaper heard the conversation and took it down as it toll from the lips of the mena+ ttenux fa It is snfejtlbo sny hat thousands of Kentucky Democrats will do this fall as first gentleman stated he proposed to do tVbie tha+ RopublIcan tick act to rid tha Staof machine politics and polltlctottilflj 4 t f x41fj V v are caused by Indigestion If you eat little too much or if you are subject to attacks of Indigestion you havo no doubt had shortness of breath rapid heart boats heartburn or palpitation of tho heart Indigestion causes the stomach to expand swell and puff up against the heart This crowds and Inter f6T53 With its action and in the course ojI time tho heart becomes diseased Kodoliar x r W DaspepsiaI oftISourStomachmembranes lining the Stomach and Diges live Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh of the Stomach bymaklnlIFinally I got a bottle of Kodol end It gave me Immo dlUe relief After using a few bottles I am cured MRS LORINO NICHOLS Perm Van N Y- I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I DyspepsiaCurei D KAUBLE Nevada a- i Digests What You Eat BdUrti ludlftitloa mptrtd at the Life IOU itoaich btlch ora oryofBOJ Win Ins of lie ete a0e Ohteegotraa SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP KENNEDYS LAXATIVE CONTdrN1Na HONEY AND TAR CumbelandTELEPHONE AN- DTelegraph Co I Incorporated nothing the matter with tnj IIlheres I have the Cumberland Tele my residence and place ol I business My business has increased and my wifes voice Is never heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for petition good service and gentlemanly com I W DI JOHNSON Mgr REAL ESTATEIf dwelling or any other Real Estate for sale list it with us We findi buyers and make the sale All you have to do is to list with us Note These BargainsO- ne Farm four miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con sisting of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a I 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 dweling barn and outbuildings 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 Fredrica and Griffin streets Two thirds cash balance in 12 months A bargain The 841acre 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 H K 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 houses Good well water and early or chard Terms onehalf cash balance on easy payments List your property with us We will find a buye- rBBRNEH J SMITH P Republican Office Hartford Ky Kodol Dyspepsia Cure DI0MU what you sat Ntoice To Miners and Farmers We ask ot you not to buy wagons or buggies from the HlckmanEbbert company o Owensboro Ky until they recogniz the union and employ union men Done bj order of the local JOHN WILSON Recording Secretary Echols local No 618 U M Wof A tf n i KILL THE COUCHJAND CURE THE LUNGS i WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR COUCHSPRICEFree AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED 8ATI8FAOXOB OR MONEY REFUNDED soDdmodelltcopyright etc IN ALL JSuthtss direct with COUNTRIESI pmnryandoJtrnti ExclusivelyWrite823 Ninth Btrwt opp Op te4 states Patens OBct I WASHINGTON D C ROUGl RIVhR- TELEPHONE COMPANY t INCOHIOIIATKD I The Rongh River Telephone Co Is Independent owned and operated j by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll service which is being constantly ex tended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 cts 30 miles 15cts 45 miles 20 cts c J W OBANNON Mgr- Hartford Ky W lBl G jDlaTII Ohio Couzty JUdgeBenJailer Ed G Barrasa Clerk Frank 1Felix Master Commissioner L Mose ley Trustee Jury Fund It B Martin Sheriff Hartford Deputies B ABratchcr L P Crowder W C Ashley J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday In March and August and continues three weeks and third Monday In May and November two weeks County CourtW B Taylor Judge W S Tinsley Clerk E M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Court Begins on the third Monday In January April July and Oc toberCourt of claImsConvenes first Mon day In January Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Officers N Movley Surveyor Shrove S W Leach Assessor Rob iroyJames DeWecseSchool Superintend ent Hartford Jerome Allen Coroner Jingo JUSTICES COURTS J H Williams Beaver DamMarch 21 June 23 September 21 December 21 W P Miller Horse BranchMarch 25 June 23 September 23 December MW S Dean Dundee March 27 June 2C September 26 December 2i W K Edge FordsvllleMarch 2SJuno 2 September 27 December 28 B S Chamberlain BedaMarch S3 June 23 September 23 December 13 Herbert Render CentertownMarch 10 June 23 September 29 December 30 John H Mlles Rockport Murch 31 June 30 September 30 Duoumber 31I lIIIRELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church South Services third Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m2nd Sunday at 7 p m4th Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev J A Lewis Pastor assisted by RevJ Frank BakerBaptist ChurchServices lucid Satur day night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday 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 M Barnett Dr E B Pendleton City CouncllJ IL Williams Mayor C M Crowe Clerk R E L Simmer man Dr E B Pendleton A D White Wm Fair Win Bean Dr J W Tar tor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodo No 673 F A Ma nons 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 Knight of Pythias meets every Tuesday nightJC M Barnett C C C M Crows of R and S Hartford Tent No 99 1C O T M meets every Thursday night E B Pen dleton Commander D E Thomas Rec ord Keeper Sunshine Hive No4 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and third Friday afternoon of each month Mrs 55 Wayne Griffin Lady Commander Miss Sue Yelaer Lady Record Keeper Preston Morton Post No 4 G A R holds regular meetings Saturday before tho first Sunday in each month F M Porter Commander R A Anderson Adj vls1FMoJ I d 44 Sir Yyrat Y 4t ijktefW cfocfocfortcfo cfocfo j JJt Jl I pPPrppPPPPPrPMETH n ro It is truly said that desperat c ailments require desperate remedies Thistjmelysaying apples to the condition here The cold-t backward seal tltson interfered with our planse expected our customary large increase over last seasons sales and prepared accordingly but It failed to ma terlahze That leaves us with a much heavier stock than we should have The merchandise must be sold at one price or anotherprices sl75 that mighty lever has been resorted to It has never failed accomplish the desired results This time the reduction is the most I 1 heard of We are not content to apply it to dust a few items I tpr oALerBEGINS FRIDAY JULV IS bmnCONTINt1ES 10 DATSc tAfew quotations follow When you consider these and remember our superior qualities the prices we are going to make on our mert+ for this sale certainly will appeal to you Recognizing that we must a the quicker it is over with the better If you come T iE 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 lots V Briefly stated these Suits are only pricegLot No1 Lot No 1 consist of light checks light plaids and blue Serges single and double breasted regular price 10 12 and 1250sale price 698 Lot No i Lot No 2 consist of light plaids and checks and Blue Serges double and single breasted was 14 15 and 10 Sale price 1169 IN The Corset of the Future Perfect in Style Perfect in Material Perfect in Work manship 100 Styles from 100 to 500 Co Sole Makers KALAMAZOO MICH SOLD AND CARSON CO AMERICAN BEAUTY Kalamazoo Corset Co Kentucky I Ir ca Large Decorated Plates lOc Decorated Teas lOc Large Soup Plates lOc Large Gold Band Plates lOc r L Gold Band Handle Teas lOc tLarge Vegetable Bowl lOc Large Mixing Bowls lOc Large Meat Platters lOc L Large Cream Pichers lOc i W his the high shoes those land rior the the will make especially desirable for those never tried Douglas shoes them and prove are better than any other 350 shoes and u Lot No 3 i No 3 consist of six pieces of white Waisting checked and soiled thud mussey worth 15c 20c and 25c price 9 centsLot No 4 No 4consist of fifty of Lawn and Organdie Dress Goods This is slightly soiled andmussey Reg ular price 15e to Sale on the 7J cents CLOTHING THAT IS RELIABLE QUALITY AND WORKMANSHIP American Beauty Corsets KalamazooCorset RECOMMENDEDBY Makers1larjfOrd Handle stripedslightly pieces I WLDOUGW MADE 354Sfl0ESMEN L Douglas never cheapens shoes While price of leather will make impractical for manufacturers to pro vide as good shoes as formerly- W L Douglas 350 will continue to afford cellent styles easy fitting suDe 1 wearing qualities that have resulted in largest sale of any shoe in world jfi This it who have weI350 to wear this season thus that they equal to Lot Sale Lot lot 50c lot it other ex 350 ifotvear ordinarily sold at much higher prices a 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 action 4An Opener Durin2 the Street IOCa Large Enamel Milk Pansr iOc- Iarge Wash Basins r10c1-t Set Glass 100H10I25c Enamel Bucket white lined20c25q Enamel Dippers white lined1 20c 25c Milk Pan white lined 20c Twentyfive cent Pudding Pans white lined20cTwentyfive cent Wash Basin white lined 20c 4Qt Berlin Kettle white lined20o Blue Serge Coats all wool forI boys sizes 28 to 33 worth 350sale price 198 Blue Serge Coats all wool for mensizes 375Psale price 249 Blue Serge Coats and Vests worth reg ular 5sale price 398 Blue Serge Coats and Vest worth reg ular sale price 498 Also nice assort of Luster Coats at 98cts to 298 We also carry complete line of Fur niture the kind that made and finish ed right Oak Rock ing Chairs with arms 150 to Oak Dressers 750 to 25 Oak Suits 18 to 40 Oak Bedsteads to 10 Visit when in need of Furniture Lot No5 consist of Misses White Canvass Slip pers sizes to 75c Sizes to 885c Sizes to 12 Sizes 13 to 125 Regular sale price 59 G9 79 and98cts Lot No consist of Ladies White Canvas Slippers regular price L25 to 165 Sale prico on the lot 109 Lot No consist of Misses Kid Slippers all sizesregular price 75c to 150 Sale price 69c Lot No consist of Mens Fine Shoes worth regular 165 Sale price 129 Lot No8 consist of Ladies black Kid Slip pers range in price from 125 to 260 Price on lot 98c Lot No 10 consist of Mens fine Pants all sizes and colors worth regular 150 Sale price 98c Mens Best 5100 Straw Hats 25c I I Pair i 10 0 v 1 7 a a is 8 3 us 2 5 5 8 1 2 G 7 9 3 I 1 L Preserving Kettle white lined 15Qt t Dish Pan Large Sauce Pan MK T 75e Dish Pan I 75c Water Pail wefere chasing ether Dry Goods or Groceries to the amoi HBakingt- one of these They are something new We want you to wait for this sale and save money by so doing Dont forget the date Sale begins Friday July 12 andcontinues 10 days WeStreet Fair and shall hope te seeexpect a visit from you Yours Respectfully you o J tCARSON fCOpINRrORATED I Hartford i M4 + rr+ a xr I 1 r r v 0N g or6B C d- r r- o a- a IS ir 3aiH- dti II1TII c Wui Ap lit QII 0 0 35c 35c35c 50c50c J2 willof pur lint of- ygenic o get u at the U i 1G IalSE