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A rj y l wF rFI 1- ttxrtf n t1ti rt UqubIicam I I F4he Job Work k DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL TIIEiREJPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription I per YearI lxxvdL I i HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY ICY FRIDAY JULY 19 1907 Nol II sorts TO RECOVER 5000 DAMAGES 4 mf Sharp Files Suit Against r 1ckenrldge Democrat tgrowth of Fight Between Rome Warehouse and Louisville L Warehouse People Iti I has been filed in tho Qhlo Cir if Court against the Breckenridge- ty Democrat a paper published t iardlnsburg by Assistant Slate Or izer M F Sharp of the A S of r The suit was brought because of article or attack oa Mr Sharp iich we reproduced recently The endants are Henry DeHaveu Moor ife W R Moorman Sr and Roy 1eoorman The petition alleges Henry DeHaven Moorman who I I o county Judge is editor W orman Sr owner and Roy E j uian buslnness manager of tho Democratjfacts connected his recent visit to Hardinsburg k the County Union at that place ftSe plaintiff quotes the article com I ytkfned of and which we have here tofore published The petition con I hides as follows ffijHe says said statements were and are false and libelous and were pub lished by the defendants maliciously ant twIuT the purpose and intent to In t i eegrade and defame him and to 1 itroy his Influence with the AnJerl f can Society of Equity and that by son of said false and malicious pub w JJMtion as aforesaid his influence 4 Ohio and Breckenridge and other oeuntles of this state with the So ojtoty has been greatly injured and f I Creased and his standing and influ e as a man and a citizen 1 rybeen greatly injured and that J has been humiliated thereby and I I uttered great humiliation mental nguteh and pain on account of said RIse and malicious publications and r tas been degraded in the estimation I nd opinion of his neighbors and the leople of his county and State and- y 11 to his great damage in the sum of Ive thousand 5000 dollars 7 Wherefore plaintiff prays Judgment gainst the defendants for the sum pf ve thousand 5000 dollars his cost r icrein expended and all proper relief The article was written because Mr 2harp made a speech at the Breck county Union advocating a 2nUnunUon of tho present system of Inanclng tho and marketing the poolo 2 bacco to which Mr Moorman is r ery much opposed The petition is signet by Glenn and Immerman and HeavrIn and Wood r ard as attorneys i Among The Lodges Cho W O W meeting time has been roa nged from the 2nd and 4th Wed es day nights to tho 2nd and 4th Sat rday nights 7 ttAt the regular meeting of Rough L Iver lodge K of P Tuesday night r he new officers served a nice treat largoIs2dge will have work in the third rank Tuesday night The new officers s1starting off well and indications ri o that it will be a successful term tatHartford lodge No 675 P and A s1at a call meeting last Monday J ght did work in all three degrees sznight Dr J R Pirtle and Berry Taylor were made Master Masons ratMembers of Keystone Chapter No 0 will attempt to accomplish an im J ense amount of work tqmorrow ghtf At that time a lunch will be and the Chapter will undergo inual inspection by Companion Hon ick of Madisonville Druuks at Street Fair gFew common comment that more ITnklng was engaged in and more was in evidence during Afreet Fair last Saturday than has een in Hartford in many a dy iTaylor of color has been ar J2on a charge of selling liquor ITllut authority If Luke sold all J2 was consumed ho certainly or In large quantities s2IiBaize was arrested for drunk i Friday and Luster Arbucklo fbn Riley of color wore taken stody Saturday i the above was put in 1ypo I imavobeenPa I fir issued against Bill Duke and W M Lyons charging them also with sellI Ing liquor without license Skidoo Girls Entertained The younger gentry not to be out done by the Butlriskya tendered the Skidoo girls and gtlests n delightful bus ride around town last Sunday Those composing the hap py party wow Minces Winnie Cot trell and Cove Anderson of Owens boro Bella Thompson cf Sturgis An nie Keown laryE Mtrk8 Alice Keown Sarah Keown Ruth Riley Npra Wedding Mary Spalding Elsie Matthews and Messrs Vivian Has well of Hardinsburg Margin Thomas McHenry and Harrold Holbrook Es till Park Byron Foster loan J Williams and Joshua Ci Field WAS ATTEMPTING TO EATfiRASSWHENFOU D Louis Foulks Native of Germany- Is InsaneHe Cannot Speak English Louis Henry Foulks a native of Germany and apparently insane was attempting to eat grass Ina cornfield at Stanley when arrested by Deputy Sheriff WInstead Saturday tpIStanley by message the residents of that place stating that an unknown old man was creat ing much excitement by his strange actions and had approached several of the farm houses in that section and yearly frightened the women and children to death At the county judges office Foillks told Mr Phil R Zulauf the Jeweler who acted as Interpreter the old man being unablesloPJJ a Eng lish that his was Newburg Indiana but ho could not explain his presence at Stanley or account for his strang actions He said that he had been without food for several days and was starving which proba bly tiBCCounted for his attempting to feed on grass Mr Zulauf and Dr J Glahn who also talked with the old man said that ho was highly educated in Ger man speaking tho language fluently Ho told them that he was born in Dresden Saxony and was seventy four years old and although he had been a resident of the United States for twentyfive years could not speak English at all At times Foulks seemed rational and appeared to be highly incensed that he should be arrested and held protesting that he was a lawabiding citizen and committed no offense Judge Owen telephoned to New burg and was told that Foulks for merly lived there but had sold his farm and had moved to Spotteville Ky The judge was unable to telephone communications with Spottsvllle Saturday evening and or dered the old man in the custody of Jailer Calhoon who will feed and take care of him until his relatives can be located It is the opinion of Dr Glahn that the old man wandered away from his home while temporarily unbalanced probably caused by the extreme heat of the past week and being in a strange land unable to speak the language had nearly starved which added to his mental derangement Dwensboro Messenger Charged With Unnatural Offense Tuesday afternoon a warrant was sworn out for Jim Jarnigin of color He Is charged with having incestual Intercourse with his fifteenyoarold daughter The warrant was at once placed in the hands of Sheriff R B Martin and by six oclock that night arnagin was in custody Jarnagin is now in jail awaiting examining trial If he is guilty the extreme penlty of the law should be given him Hp hails from McHenry where ho is known and belongs to a t class of worthless individuals Free Delivery ElHeibles The following named persons took the Civil Service Examination hold here June 22 for the position of Rural Free Delivery mail carrier tuna 11Aley 9225 J FPark 90750 w White 8960 W C Ashley 8760 J C Park 8625 J F Felix 8375 Jas Lewis 8350 Alex Hudson 7125 J K 41vy 5025 B C Rhoads A now route has been established North of Rough river and someone I will soon be selected from the I above ist1orthep6sitl6ri vjI I J 10BACCi HELD TWO YEARS SOLD Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co Sells Green River Leaf Was Part of the 1905 Crop Placed With the Warehouse by the A S of E The Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company has sold 0500 hogsheads of the dark Green river crop of 1905 which was stored by the Green river branch of the American Society or EquityThe sale is one of the must Important in years and interests the growers and tobacco dealers and financial in terests generally The owners of the tobacco had pool ed their Interests through the Society of Equity and stored the tobacco with the Louisville Tobacco Warehous Company The banks had loaned money on it and a great deal of local capi tal was in this way tied up while waiting for the tobacco to be sold The total price that was received the tobacco was about 700000 TheI purchasers came to yio terms hud been fixed by the Society of EquityThe Warehouse Company says that the tobacco was sold to various manufacturers and exporters and that none of It was sold to the American Tobacco Company the trust The consignment was a mixture of leaf lugs and trash The leaf brought from 10 to 1050 while the lugs and trash ranged from 650 to 075 per hundred The average would make the total something over 650000 with 700000 as the estimated total An officer of the warehouse com pany said that the sale is one of the most remarkable ever made In Louis ville The tobacco has been selling on the breaks at from 350 to 4- per hundred The consignment was received about- a year ago some of it coming in as late as October 1906 but none of it was disposed of until late in March 1907 so that the demand for this grade necessarily made It valuable and the purchasers were willing to pay almost any amount for it when the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company decided to place it on the marketThe effects of the sale releasing as It does hundreds of thousands of cap ital will be generally felt both in Louisville and throughout the Green river section OHIO COUNTY CHILD LOST IN OWENSBORO No Trace ot Father Can be FoundLittle One Re turned Home f Tuesdays Owensboro Inquirer contains the following pitiful account of the actions of a crazed or heartless father Crying on the street n little girl was found In front of F T Guenther Grocery companys store on East Second street about 10 oclock this morning Upon Inquiry it was found that she had come to tho city with her father Elijah Ransom and had become separated from him She was crying as if her heart would break when she was found by Mrs M F Cravens and taken Into tho grocery companys store where she was questioned by Mr W S Hazel and a few others She said her father was Elijah Ransom and that they had arrived on the train at 7 a nu They came down town and In some way were separated and the gIrl was crying and calling for her father when she was found in front of tho store The little girl Is about seven years of age and was well dressed She had ail intelligent looking face She had a new pair of lace shoes and said they were bought at Gropps but Inquiry at Stanley failed to verify her statement Tho Perkins and Sanders shoe store was visited think- Ing she knew them by the old firm mime but she had npt been there Mr Hazel turned the girl over to Walter Booth and he started with her to find her father Sho was taken to the Star restaurant on Second between Fredrlca and St Elizabeth streets and wsa identified by some people there I Herfatn6r is Elijah 13ansomand t r resides at McHenry Ohio county and on the main line of thol C railroad The two arrived In the city this morning and the father is a tall large man He was last seen on Fredrlca street The childs grand parents were telephoned to and Will Raymond of McHenry her grandfather telephoned back to send the child to him on the Lnnd N this afternoonWhen child was found the po lice started a hunt for the father but no trace of him has been found The police are watching for him as it Is thought he is still inlhe city Marriage License The following marriage license have been issued since our last report- C D Farmer Ralph age 29 to Sumltta Edge Adaburg ago 21 C T Baize Mcllonry age 19 to AnnIe Moore McHenry nge 19 V J Hock er Kirlleys age 32 to Hattie Milln er Ceralo age 22 J B Bunger Hartford ago 21 to Viola Mldkiff Magan ijge 25 G E Baize Baize town age 18 to Beatrice Stawart Manda ale 1C SHOULD BE NO BOND ISSUE AT PRESENT Systematic Instruction of the People on Care of Roads Advocated Editors Republican Being an advocate of good roads for some years and after giving the cause some stutly I have decided that now is not the proper time to bond the county for 1100000 or any other amount fir purpose ot road improvements but that what we need is an educational campaign along the line of institute work say in each Magisterial dis trict and certainly the revenues of the county would 6e sufficient to have experts come and explain the best meth ods of working our soils and mak ing the best possible roads for we cant hoyfOr years to get any con slderabl milage macadamized for we have 10000 miles of roads in the coun ty and the proposed bond issue would not make one good road across the county We need to learn how to care for our roads to keep them good at some expense get up a sentiment of public spirit that will not demand that every improvement come out of the county funds but that each cit izen has a duty for the common good even to a personal sacrifice SPLIT LOG DRAG NARROWS July 17Rev W H Foreman and funnily of Hardinsburg are visiting hereRev F M Petty parator of Riv ers memorial Methodist church Louis ville with his family are here to spend a few days with relatives and friends Mr It K Bean of Rockford Ky visited his parents Mr and Mrs No ble Bean at Sulphur Springs the first of the week Mr Jack Walker went over to R sine Saturday night and come home Monday Think there was a woman in the case Miss Rosa Shreve has gone to Lou isville to take a position us nurse in one of tho hospitals Miss Shreve8 naturally sweet temperament excolloiu ly fits her for such n work of mercy Hon Charles L Wedding of Evans ville one of the best known attorneys of Southern Indiana came up Tuesday to visit his son Webster whop lives on tho old farm near Mt Verrton church where Mr Wedding was born about sixty years ago Mr Tcmpleton Youny who owneR- a large tract of land at Olaton has contracted with well digging people for the sinking of a well one thouiiH and feet deep Mr Young believes his land is underlaid with oil yielding rock and will spend some money to test his belief The venture will be watched with Intreset by the people hero The appointment of Mr Mack Dan- Iel to tho vacancy in the jailers offico meets tho universal approval of his friends and neighbors here Mr Daniel is a sober industrious and deserving young mari and no better man for the position could be found By the death of his father when Mack was i about twelve years old he became the head of the family consisting of his mother and three sisters How well he kept the charge will be attested by the honor that came to him in his appointment as a county official Mr Daniel comes of Democratic stock Ion both sides anddesvrves much of the Republican plirty for starting rightI in politics yS frI 11 yw P 7Y 4C WORLDS GREATEST TOBACCO MARKET To be at Louisville Plans of A S of E Seek Control of Louisville Ware houseThe Business Men Will Aid Louisville Ky July lIIf the plans of the Kentucky delegates to the meeting of the American Society of Equity which is being held at the Board of Trade building are carried out Louisville will not only be the greatest tobacco market in the world but millions of dollars going elsewhere now will be spent here annually The effort will be made to make Louisville the great center of the tobacco growers of the United States centralizing the tobac co market at this point To this end a proposition to purchase i i per cent of the stock of the Lousville Tobacco Warehouse Com pany Is now being considered by the stockholders The proposition comes from the Tobacco Growers department of the American Society of Equ ity The Louisville Tobacco Ware house company is the biggest concern of its kind in the country and is capitalized at 1780000 of which 200 000 is preferred stock The stock holders number about 500 the prin cipal ones being 1 P Barnard Basil Doerhoefer Laban Phelps Harry Smyser J S Phelps W O Head and Henry Glover Believing that the Society of Equity is in earnest a pool of the stock holders of the Louisville Warehouse company is now being made and it has been ascertained it is said that n large majority of the stock can be pooled It is necessary that the so ciety get control of the warehouse company before the movement now under way can be successfully car ried out If the plan proposed is effected then all of the tobacco grown in Kentucky Tennessee Wisconsin West Virginia and other points will be pooled in Louisville and all sales made here With Louisville as the central market millions of dollars more would be brought here every yearThere are seven distinct tobacco organizations all of which are feder ated in the National Tobacco Growers association which is a depart ment of the American Society of Equi ty E L Davenport of Greenville Ky is president and S P Lee of Owensboro is secretary of tho asso ciation and they are actively interested in the movement to got control of the Louisville Warehouse company Meeting of Ohio County Medical Society The Ohio County Medical Society met in Hartford Wednesday with the following members present Dr J S Smith President Drs J W Taylor Si J Wedding S D Taylor A F Stanley and E W Ford also Drs N 1 Rains of Resume and C E Rich urtls of Louisville visitors Dr J D Stewart of Dundee was elected to membership and one new appli wition received which will make tho society 20 strong- A very interesting and profitable day was spent The next meeting will be Wednesday August 23 1107 Drs S J Wedding J W Taylor E B Pendleton and J D Taylor are to read valets All members are in vited to bring or report some interesting case or specimen FOR THE BUSY READER A serious coal famine is being felt throughout the Northwestern States 5 Railroad traffic is partly suspended- In Southern Nebraska as a result or recent heavy rains 5 The Right Rev Dr Thomas Bowman Senior Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal denomination who lives in Orange N J celebrated his ninetieth birthday 5 A Berlin dispatch to an Indlanajoo lis paper says the marriage of Albert- J Beveridgo to Miss Katherine Eddy of Chicago will take place August 7- lint the American Embassy in Berlin 1t Hester Wrell a youth of about fp 0 Y eighteen years of age committed suicide at Bedford Ind by plunging In front of a fast moving locomotive tho wheels of which crushed the life out of him instantly 5 The Attorney General has completed his examination of the charges against United States Judge Thomas C Hum phry of the central district of the In dian Territory As a result Judge Humphry has been exhonerated S Justice Wright of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia has authorized the admission to ball of Mrs Annie M Bradley under indict ment on the charge of murdering for mer Senator Brown of Utah 5 It has been discovered at Montgomery Ala that because of a mis take of a clerk who wrote years in stead of months Rhena Rivers a girl of Houston county almost served out twenty years for a twenty months sentence at the Alabama mines 5 By the explosion of a case of pow der in the hands of a gunner In tho after superimposed turret of the bat tleship Georgia in Massachusetts Bay six men were killed and fifteen In jured Not one of the persons in the trrret escaped Injury Midshipman Faulkner Goldthwaits of Kentucky was among the killed S t ts SaJwsaJAccording to advices received in Mexico an armed clash which it is believe will involve all Central Amer ica probably will occur within fifteen days It is expected that the first battle will be between Salvador and Nicaragua Gen Lee Shrlstmas an American who was wounded in the recent war between Nicaragua and Honduras has been appointed General In command of a Salvadorean regiment In Memory Of Ida Ruth wife of Birch Monroe ot near Horton who died last night July 15th aged 24 years 3 months and 23 days She was the only daugh terof Henry M and Mary A Ashby In October 190G she was married to Birch Monroe a son of John Monroe now deceased About four years ago she professed faith in Christ and had since lived a faithful and consistent member of the Bethel church She was a devoted wife and daughter and loved by all who knew her She leaves besides her heartbroken hus band both parents and one brother who with a host of other relatives and friends will never cease to mourn her departure It Is so hard to give her up but we know that what is our loss is Heavens gain A FRIEND Sulphur Springs Ky July 1C 1901 Tax Notice Sheriff R B Martin has received certificate from Auditor Hager of the amount of taxes duo from Ohio county and Is now ready to receive taxes tf r4 k MINUTESCOUNT When you an waitingfor icine QUICK SERVICE That is the time when quick service in the drug gstore is appreciated Suppose you want a prescription in a hurry Our Prescription Depart ment organised and conducted along the most advanced lines in charge of Reg istered Pharmacists who are sup pliedwith every facility for the quick and correct compounding of all prescriptions ofall physicians Our facilities are the finest in the city our prices are the most reasonable and we never wtrchargt Superior service and a square deal is what our prescription patrons receive Pre scriptions from your physician by tele phone receive extra attention James H Williams Thet SYore v I r olrs ISSBKIHE SURFACEOF l1 ew ttoncernlagthe Crust Jroargllearest and Most 9It tlful Satelite TChs moonhas been much studied ILZ hit is eacieUmes said that Us v sGtilseQ iS better known than the geo asaEZXjZfar of certain parts of the earth t acs spite of this however says the- BDndonGlobcv there Is still much dif jfesnnoe of opinion as to its real na teat and the cause of those opera- sfesasr have left their marks so r acsssplcuously upon it Prof Pickers 2bA far example has recently con eidea from certain changes which 2feaplftoo In the appearance of cer 5a ia parts that the old theory of a w C avornout cinder where nothing aver happens must be discarded He aezssiders that is to say that there t lItJIootot present day lunar volcanic xcttvlty as well as evidence of vege totionnd tin Ills recently published work JsilUp Fauth sets forth n new view aC theijnoojis constitution In the jStstplaoa the uathor dwells on the sjsftlfculty of Interpreting the appe- arseaof the moons surface in terms off tcrrestial volcanology The so srvSlod volcanoes of the moon can notI b13 Uilnksbs due to the causes which fcxwa produced those of the earth Their enormous relative size for ex = tvaaplo la difficult to explain on the OBinr that they are the result of simi lair forts tfCme of our lunar features 3eoirn to astronomers as Clnvius has a diameter Of 142 miles high When I1sis compared with the average size of tho terrestrial volcano and when it is remembered that the earth is fif ty limes as largo as the moon the tiiXHculty of Accounting for lunar vol rsHioes1 by forces similar to those wtolch have produced the volcanoes of 1 tS e earth is apparent And that the r fnwon although so much smaller than tom earth should have mountain peaks v rising togreater heights than those TO the Himalayas is another dim cul v yrTosccount then for the known phe icraena of the noon Mr Fauth pro n wsjos the following lunar theory SWT satelllty must be covered with a toick layer of ice for nothing else bio declares will account for the ap nwarances he has observed during the s fourteen days llunar day Beneath this oxnst of ice is an ocean which by its motions tine to tides etc has pro aced tlw scarred and fractured sur toe with which we are familiar In 3fifle these shells of Ice and water Iet r tisolid nucleus which may be looked i TSjponas time real moon The author wi this theory agrees with the older hew that the moon has no atmcs I there But it IB difficult to under sand how it could have a surface t solid water without a consequent envelope of water vapor Evapora Son would take place front the sur face of tho ice forming an aquesous vtmosphere from which the moisture could be continually return by pre ripitatlon as snow Cured of LungTrouble 11 is now eleven years since I had n narrow escape from consumption trltesC 0 Floyd a leading busi ness man of Kershaw S C I had run down in weight to 181 iK ttn ls and coughing was constant both by i dar and by night Finally I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and 3outtuued this for about six months wh nnjy cough and lung trouble were entirely hone and I was restored to mi uoraihl weight 170 pounds Thousands of persons ari hal d ev IU y year Guaranteed by all drug S tLs drug store rOc and 100 Trial bottle free Sailroad Men Wanted TM demand for telegraph op rltor WM never as groat as right now The Bowling Green Uusini s Unlverwtj leas turned out more operators than any school south of the Ohio river and still tho demand upon it is as great as ever Ms operators are want d by twentythroe railroads This is inclusive evidunco tilat the train- Ing t gives is satisfactory Yoilns me n dwBirins information concerning telegraphy positions should write to the Business University at Bowling Green Ky Bookkeepers and stenographers are in equally as great do tnahd The Right Name Mr AugustSSherpe the popular over seer of tae poor m For rladam- says TV Kings Now Lite rlr ro rightly named they uct moro agn ably do more good and make one feel i better tbun any other loxatlw Guar ensForward Republicans Kentucky Republicans have the chance of their lives The State gov wnment IK within grasp Louisville may bo theirs Nothing wanted to achieve rosul s truly glorious ami augurateiiunefits really permanent but organization Efficient leaders a juh v caiise an ImperaUvo call of duty err 0 i Y i nest determination and fearless patriotic purpose are all ours The work of organization should therefore procee d on lines safe and sane till every Republican In every precinct be wUhii notIintopr1rtyllnumbers 25000 men Every fifty of I these should have a Captain every B- Oa 0 colonel every 5000 nGeneralin the Hon A E Willson the party has a Commanderinchief with the comprehensiveness of a Washington the daring of a Jackson the fearlessness iof a Grant His lieutenants are nIl i men of worth and power No one but j inspires confidence No platform ever I called so urgently for enthusiastic I support If the Republicans of Kentucky de- sIreI victory victory shall be theirs It will be complete It will Insure hot alone a clean State administration but a Republican Legislature which i shall undo the iniquitous gerryman Hers denying more than half of the A States voting power due representa tion in the Legislature on the bench I and in Congress The Civil war Is over tightIever than the bloody struggle In which lour fathers bore gallant part A battle it is for altar and for fireside It is a fight for a better a brighter and a purer Kentucky Such a Kentucky the Hon Augustus E- Willson is in every respect equipped to give us Elect hint then we must bea majority that will delight Ken tucklans and surprise all Americans Louisville Herald Pointed Paragraphs Happiness is often nothing but con- r ceitAnd It is better to be a hasbeen than a neverwas It takes a mighty good Christian to pray for the iceman i Admiration is a womans first love and devotion is her last One cant always judge a womans thuthfulness by what she says Many a mans empty pockets are due to his wifes fondness for change When a man starts to blow In his moned his friends like to get wind of it The more good qualities a man possesses the less he has to say about themA womans Idea of economy Is to have her husband waste three dollars worth of time putting up a tencent kitchen shelf Chicago News When the baby Is teething It Is cross and restless It becomes feever ish find 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 Cascasweet makes baby happy and well Sold by all druggists I No Farmer Peasantry for America i When Joseph Chamberlain fought Iris long and hard battle for a Pro f cUe Tariff for Great Britain he won the admiration of the agric ltur al interests and the bitter hatred of time men who tolled in the mills and factories Few of his countrymen fully understood Mr Chamberlains mo tive in advocating a high Tariff and naturally fewer people abroad could see the motive behind his contention The great Mancheshester statesman is still misunderstood he has been called time most hated man in Eng land and it will perhaps be a cen fury before Englands people awaken to the fact that Mr Chamberlain It his theories on the Tariff question had me knowledge and good sense to look fur into trie distant years In his cant paign to uanpe the policy of the is land kingdom Mr Chamberlain saw iie imminent ruin of agriculture in England Ireland and Scotland by the workings of a FreeTrade system the building up of vast industrial enterprises which would drain the farms of their muscle and domestic life the ultimate degeneration of England man hood in the congested tenement life of London and other big cities of industry and trade The Vull Street Journal publish es an editorial opinion on Future of Farm Investments and therein states what seems to be a danger to the American farmthe possibility of a peasant tenantry in this country li seems 10 think that two forces are heading American agriculture toward this status the depopulizing or ru ral communities by the cities and the American army navy the ndency of American capital to group many farms into one vast estate and oper ate them by a system of hired Ichor w K T Eagle CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature 71of u 1- i I a wl 1 L TOBACCO hROWERS MUST NOT tiLT DISCOURAGED rteEverything is Lovely Except in paviessMore Tobacco Pool ed Than Ever Before I Now that the pledges for 1907 will soon be circulated let us get a move on us to see how much we can pledge this time Dont get discouraged be cause a part of Daviess county doesnt pledge Think what a small per cent this is compared with what is pledg ed In other counties Forty Burley counties have pledged over 90 per cent Some of them will grow as mime as the whole Green river district The steeming district with four counties Is pooling double what the Green River district can pool and the Shippers district will pool more than will be put on the market in Daviess county Now is the time to stand true and hold up the A S of E until the trouble blows over Men thatare in earnest must getright and stand by the order altthao the man in the moon was awp All declare they believe in Equity If you love me keep my commandments If they love the A S of E they will stand by its bylaws Let us give this our best thought for we have much at stake I have great hopesfor the meeting on the 17th at Louisville Business may be done at this meeting that will settle all future disputesWhitesville had another good meet ing Saturday and elected its delegates to the county union I Crops reported almost an entire fail ure except meadows which show u fair crop if they can be saved right No corn no tobacco any account Our finance committee is at work andI will soon close a contract for the two largest rchauling houses in town If the crop does not improve soon these two houses will hold it all A good magisterial district meeting was reported from Habit Saturday The next meeting will be at Little Hickory school house in August J W DUN- Whltesville Ky II When there is the slightest indica tion of indigestion heart burn flatu j lence or any form of stomach trouble i take a little Kodol occasionally and i you will be afforded prompt relief Kodol is a compound of vegetable acid I and contains the juices found in a I healthy stomach Kodol digests what you eat makes your food do you good Sold by all druggists mIM n Jamestown TerCehtenniaf tcI position NORFOLK VA APRIL 20 TO NO VEMBEft 30 1907 Rates from Beaver Dam Ky SEASON EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30 In elusive Final return limits Dec 15 1907 Rates for round trip 3045- I GODAYS EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30ln i elusive Final return limits Sixty 60 days from date of sale not to exceed December 15 1907 Rates for round trip 2870 15DAYS EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 19 to November 30 inclusive Final return limits 15 days from date of sale not to exceed December 15 Rate for round trip I 12360 I COACH EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 25 1907 and on each Tuesday from April 30 to No reIIJ E WILLIAMS Agent He Hit it Right- A humorous looking man went Into a store the other day and sat down foe half an hour or so when a clerk ask I ed him if there wits anything he could I didntIcame an orAso toIasked if he wanted tobe shown anything No said the nervous man I Just wanted to sit around My physician has recom- mendedi quiet to me and says a all things I should avoid being oeI crowd Noticing that you do not iycrtise in a newspaper I thought this would be as quiet a place as I could VIAmerican Slang in Rome j The universal spread of American slang is amazing and the globe trotj ter meets with it in the most un x- = pected places Last October two Americans wandering about the Pi cJIo one i small boys who sell postal card pic I lures of the Holy city He held put a sheaf of postal cards and offered j them for sale stating tho price in IItallanIhe followed them and became a pit of a nuisance But he was such a merry eyed little chap they had not the Heart tp speak harshly tp him At last however they felt obliged to sayl f IIiIII1 1 f I I i t ft r p4LLnrE 1i i i pu t LJ IC j J 4 ++ c- M r i I 1 In the District Court of the United 41States for the Western District of Ky Owensboro Division S v I Invthe matter ofV J Sam T Smith In Bankruptcy d Bankrupt 1 J As a trustee of theabove estate I willj on Tuesday the 23rd I I day of July A Dr 1907 at Ceralvo Oh county Ky sell at public aucton to the highest bidder a stockof merchandise consisting of Dry Goods Groceries Clothing Hardware Shoes Hats notions and such other goods as usually kept in a general store also a lot of store t furniture and fixtures and about 300 ilt open accounts Goodie invoice about 2000 and appraised at 1200 i Will sell in lots to suit purchasers and then as a whole acceptIing the bid or bids by which the most money is realized i Sale will begin at 10 oclock A M Terms cushandsul1iect to fi l T approval of court unless goods bring threefourths appraised value r ERNEST WOODWARD Trustee1G B LIKENS Attorney i I L i 1 sccsc 0t no decidedly It was then that he surprised them and gave them a queer little pull at their American heartstrings by saying his black eyes snapping with fun and the magnitude of the achievement Skeedoo Skee doo Twantythrrrreee Then he vanished iwltk a burst of laughter But the sequel was equally Interesting Late that same afternoon the same couple came from the Cata combs into the whte glare of the Applan way five miles from the Piazza dEspagna They had hardly stepped into the street before the same urchin was at them again and when he recognized them he was as amused as they This time he did not offer them any cards but simply held out his hand and said Skee doo Skeedoo Twantythrrrreee And he got his generous sold as he knew quite well he would New York World Thousands of people are daily suf fering with kidney and bladder trou blesdangerous ailments that should be checked prompt DeWitts Kid ney and Bladder Pills are the best remedy for backache weak kidneys Inflammation of the bladder Their action is prompt and sure A weeks treatment for 2c Sold by all drug gists m A What one Bible can do One hundred and eight years ago PK train Islands had no inhabitants At that time nine wicked sailors who had sent their captain adrift in an open boat on that wide lonely south ern ocean landed here to hide away from puishment In ten yearst hey were all dead but one six of them having been murder ed Tho one left to take care of their wives which they had taken frc i Tahiti and their twenty little child ren was John Adams The only book hq had was a Bible and he went to it to find out what to do for these poor little ones The precious Bible was the SavJng of them all It taught John Adams to repent of his crimes and to love the Lord He became a new man and a good and kind friend The children all called him father and he taught them to read and write and to obey and trust the Saviour They obey and trust tho Saviour They grew up to be good industrious and Christian people j For twentyfive years they had only tint one book to read so it was well studied and dearly loved Their life i8a beautiful token of what tho Bible cart do S LA cleansing clean cooling south ng healing household remedy Is De yitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve var burns cuts scratches bruises insect bites and sore feet it is un qualed Good for tiles Beware of mUatipnB Get DeWltts It is the best Sold by all druggists in rII4t rt tt J i r r 1 r i f ff t Lt BUSINESS COLLEGES ARE FAILURES IfraLet Children Play From the nursery to the narrow house is but a relief Journey and in that brief space between tho two termini the pleasantest domain I to be that of childhood oughtI alone of human beings capacity pf unadulterated enjoyment beIof life its slaveday will soon be upon them and then forever to the merry world farewellI a responsibility a fear or which is their rightful abidingplace until bore out into the tumult and the strife of the great maelstrom theymusthow to Interest the developing mind and to find it wisely with the element of knowledge can make education one i of childhoods pleasure Would Be Sucidal To build a new Tariff law would be the most difficult task the next Congress could possibly undertake H I would invite the opposition of every I section of the country New Eeng land wants certain schedules lowered while the West wants the same sched andtsched i ules to which the East will Istrenuousl object It is obvious I that no general revision can without a long struggle and only after a multitude of compromises the result t f which no one can foretell Why then should the party doubtI1 What business conditions warrant a change of certain schedules there will bo no objection to having thefri but until that time arrives it would be suicidal for Re publicanato rush headlpng into alaIborous and prolonged effort to do i something for which there Is no do I mand St Joseph oJa eueIof fLai TORBean the1h Klod YouHars IwaIIaqI t Signature t 1of f 1 Subscribe for THE REPUBLICANI t I v i I JI 0 I A I 4- pw fin becauseI to support GOOD school byprsonsdefraudthelrpatrons sfort1ielrsuchloMllties 4 The THOROUGH business colleges conducted I InsmallciUeslhrownlncompetitlon notimeor C UdA MAGAZINE L READERS T SUNSET MAOlZIIfK beau6ruIrjriUuitratecgoocirtorie IIandIJCiclcI about Sad OU all tire Far West AMKRA CRAFT deroted each month to the are tutie reproduction of the bastr XOO k yearphotographer i ROAD 01 ATEOOTAirD WONDERS a book of 75 pap co g i 5picturesqu j aadOreio real = 325nAll for tMAddres SUNSET MAGAZINE Floed BuHdkg San Frs- adeoWEEKLY t COURIER JOURNALAND TUE HARTfORD RfPUBliCAN Both One Year t FOR ONLY r 150Th- e Presidential elution is ap n I changedThat beenThe J6 support the ticket And there you have it ptioneklyyear w Iitcd- y I c iMy 1- w M 4 n TO CRUSH THE- TOBACCO TRUST Suit Already Begun in New York Federal Court I t r Nine Companies and Ten Individ f f uals Named as Defendants The Government on Wednesday of last week filed in the United States Circuit Court in the city of New York a petition against the American To vbacco Company the Imperial Toba co Company the BritishAmerica Tobacco Company the American Snuff Company the American Cigar Con pany the American Storgle Compan pany the American Stognie Compan the Corley Foil Company and fiftj six other corporations and twenty nine Individuals connected with the named companies These companies and individual constitute what is generally known as the tobacco trust and the petitio directed against them sets forth the purpose of the Government to dsisolv this trust by breaking up the agree ments under which the consolidate concerns are working In showing the growth of the trust since its organization in 1890 the conclusion Is reached that at an early day unles prevented it would completely monopolize the entire tobacco industry That all of the defendants are en gaged in interestate and foreign trade and commerce in tile tobacco and products manufactured thereform Is alleged by the petition It is stilted that the act of July 2 1890 to protest trade and commerce and sub sequent acts have been violated and the Government therefore seeks to and restrain the unlawful ex fisting agreements combinations and conspiracies and attempts to mono pollze and break up perfected mono polies The Government asks that the ex- Isting combinations conspiracies and monopolies be enjoined and that each of the defendant companies be re strained from holding or controlling stock in any other It is asked furth er that the Imperial Tobacco Com pany be enjoined from doing business within the jurisdiction of the Unites States until It shall have ceased to observe the terms of its agreemen with American companies that cer tain of the defendants be declare combinations in restraint of trade and be enjoined from engaging in inter state and foreign trade and comm rce or that a receiver be appoint ed to take charge of their affairs am administer them so as to bring about conditions in harmony with the law The organization of the tobaccc trust according to the petition dates from the formation of the American Tobacco Company in 1S90 to acqulri five existing cigarette manufacturers with joint assets much less than 25 000000 and an annual consumption of leaf under 15000000 pounds The allegation is made that the members of the combination have di vided up the tobacco business of the world assigning each to some special territory for unmolested exploitation It is declared that the consolidated corporations annually purchase 475 000000 pounds of domestic leaf and of the total produced In the United States Manufacture sell and distrib ute more than 2SOOOOOOO pounds 80 per cent of the smoking and plus tobacco 95 per cent of the snuff 80 per cent of the cigarettes 75 percent of the small cigars 95 per cent of the licorice products SO per cent of the tin foil products and 10 to It per cent of the cigars and stogies that they are rapidly acquiring con trol of the ordinary agenciesjob hers wholesalers and retailors through which tobacco products ur distributedOf annual production of domestic tobacco estimated at 800 000000 pounds 70 per cent is pur chased by the American Tobacco Company and Its associates and its allies at prices which the Government al leges to be unlawfully influenced bj the combination It iff said that this Is jn defiance of the usual laws ol II jimtu Mu u aopcn competition by man separate and Independent concerns control the price After reciting the bitter trade was between American and England con cerns thja petition shows how the combinations in the countries weary ing of competition in 1902 entered In to written agreements each not to in terfere with the other along certain welldefined lines and together form ing the Imperial Tobacco Company to carry on the trade and commerce ir other countries without competition The Government declares that this dl vision of the world has rBlnce been strictly observed and the threE companies with their allies and as Btetants have all been operated ii harmonyAn Ung chapter of the putt tion IB devoted to methods of distri button of tobacco products The Am t VerdictidrDrrPTerc AQAINBT THE Ladies Home Journal Sending troth after a lie It is an 01d maxim that a lid will travel seven leagues while truths getting its boot on and no doubt hundreds of thousand of good people read the unwarranted and malicious attack upon Dr R V Pierce and his Favorite Prescrl Ion p bllshed in the May 1904 number of the Ladles Home Journal with Its groat black dls play headings who never saw the hum ble groveling retraction with its incon eplcuous heading published two month later Itwas boldly charged in the slant erous and llbdous article that Dr Fierce s Favorite Prescription for the cure of womans weaknesses and ailments con talned alcohol and other harmful ingredl ents Dr brought suit against the publishers of the Ladles Homo Journal for 180000000 damages Dr Pierce alleged that Mr Bok the editor published the article containing auch false and detonator matter wlUf the latent of Injuring hi burin urUleraOHtbitno alcohol or other luxurious or h bttformldV drug are or er err contained in his Fa vorlte IreMTlptkm that said medicine Is mad f m native medicinal roots and contaiAtno harmful Ingredients what everkftd that Mr Boks malklous state roffyr were wholly and Absolutely false w w r c pree-e kcu were aTb proven In the e u the action In tlte Supreme Court But the business of Dr Pierce was ntlr Injured by the publication of the Mbclooi article with 1U gnat dlsplajr t hundreds or thousand who road the wickedly detonator article never saw the bumble groveling re traction set In small type and made as Incon iplcuous as pOMlble matter woe how- everI brourbt before a Jury In the Supreme I Court of New York State which prompt rendered a verdict In the Doctors favor I Thus his traduccrs came to grief and thei base slanders were termed I erican Tobacco Company in 1901 the petition states secretly acquired con trol of the United Cigar Stores Com pany and through it retail tobacco cities which by reason of the powerful support and Influence of the com bination have quickly secured a dom- Inating position in the trade and are destroying competitors I Beware of Ointments for Ca I tarrh that Contains Mercury As mercury will surely destroy theI sense of smell and completely de range the whole system when enter ing it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be uses except on prescriptions from reputa ble physicians as the damage they will do is ten fpld to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and niucbtis silrfaees of tile system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sun you get the genuine It is taken in- ternallyI and made in Toledo Ohiobj F J Cheney = Co Testimonial I freeSold by Druggists Price 75c pet I bottleTake Halls Family Pills for Con stipation m Century Old Bride to Wed Man I Tale Springs 102 Tenn July 17A bridegroom of 102 is waiting for the sweetheart who has ben true to hfcI for eighty years since the day when a girl of twenty she plighted her I troth John B Bundren the patri arch of Tate Springs who in his old age came back to enjoy the fortune he had made in his youth wed on August 26 her one hundredth birthday Miss Roes McGuire on the very spot now included in his es tate where he won her consent si long ago Then the family of Miss Rose who had coma from England frowned on the suit of the Impulsive boy and to seperate the lovesick pair sent the girl to her English home In Preston Lancashire Bundren in de spair went to the gold fields and yesterday he returned here unwed to pass the remainder of his life and the scenes of his vanished happiness Bundren conceived the idea of hav ing a reunion at his home of those of his eddy associates who might still bo living and in the course of his preparations learned of the ad dress of Rose McGuire Correspondence followed and the two old lovers renewed their vows The Invitations to the reunion become wedding cards and 200 guests all more thann inety will respond Some of Bundrens friends have crossed the ocean to escort the aged bride to her new home She will arrive this month Love is like good wine said Bun dren in discussing the situation It Sets mellower and richer the older It gets THIRD REGIMENT DRY 6RUBLESSI That is a Story Which Comes Back by the Way of Hen derson Town According to the story told by few of the young men who quitted ilio military companies cjf the Third Kentucky regiment at Lebanon Junction and returned to tneir home rat er than continue the journey t Jamestown Company B as well as the rest was not traveling de luxe neither did the boys in kakl find everything pleasant says the Hende son Gleaner- A fivegallon cooler of Ice watcr was provided on the train for Company B and there were sixlythr persons on board to drink it The supply did not last the first roun and the soldier boys were compelle to drink whatever they could get hold ofOne young man returned Immediately after the train reached Lat anon Junction saying that the special was delayed about seven bout before starting to Louisville and that probably fifteen men deserted and caught trains coming back this way A Henderson boy said there was nothing to eat on the train and that reached Owensboro late Tuesda night there being no hotels or lunchrooms accessible In the small town along the railroad between Owensbor and Lebanon He enjoyed seven hat sandwiches made of stale brea bought in a lunch room in Owens boro relishing them as If they were fresh fried chicken Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free I If your blood is Impure thin diseased hot or full of humors It you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula ecaema Itching rising and bumpy skin bone palnsca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or slot disease take Botanic Blooi Balm B B B Soon all sores hefts aches and pains stop and tho blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express I per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co At lanta Ga B B B is especially ad vised for chronic deep eated caeesai It cures after all else jails 35tf When Opportunity Knocks How well President McKinley wus prepared every time opportunity knocked at his gate was told by Mark Hanna In a reminiscent afterdinne hour Mr Hanna was engaged in a- very important litigation over som coal land left him by his father The case was In charge of exSenator Thui man and associated with him wer several prominent Cleveland attorney It was near the end of the lawsuit Tl last witness had been sworn Senator Thurman arose to address the Judges of the Supreme Court of Ohio Sudden ly the brilliant lawyer trembled am stopped speaking He had to be take from the room because of the stroke that later caused his death After order had been restored the Chief Jus Lice ordered the case to go on Unbic lea opportunity knocked at the gates of the associated attorneys It was the hour of fateNot one of them however was able to rise to the occasion and opportuiAty for once at any rate turned away Mr Hanni thought that the case was surely lost In his perplexity a youg man step ped up and asked to speak to him for a moment In the interview which followed the stranger showed that hi had neither been sleeping or feast Ing Up and awake he was pre pared to seize the hand of opportu City even before it tonchcd the gate He said that his name was Wllllan McKinley that for several years h had seen that the developing of the coal fields was certain to give rise lo litigation and that having thoroughly studied the laws relating tc such cases he was prejmred to go or with the suit The case was given over to Mr McKinley For three hours he broughi argument after argument before the ourt and won the ease The victory secured for him the lifelong friendship of Mr Hanna- OpportunJtyagnln found Mr McKinley waiting at the gate This timE It was in Congress Seeing that truck conditions were not very table and that a revision of the tariff was sun to come he prepared for the hour of Coaril cent need alarge amount of nourish meat in Msily digerted fbrm Scoffs Emitfofon is powerful nourish OJ i Iment hilbJyconcentratecL It makes done blood and muscle without wQutting Jd any tax on the digestion r ALLPRUOO1ST6i eQGlt ANA 9100 01 r- II i r t J f ft dJ t opportunity It came and then withI out doubt or hesitation he took up th I work and brought forth the famous bill that bears his name Those who knew Mr McKinley best say that he also followed something greater than opportunity and that through it ho conquered every foe Including death At least the words of I his favorite hymn which ho repeated just before the end suggest that be would bo able to conquer the last foe I to be subdued So long ThYJower bath blest me sure It still will lead mo on I Oer moor and fen oer crag and torrent till the night is gone 1 I How to Guru ChilblainsITo enjoy freedom from chilblains writs John Kemp East Otlsfleld Me I apply Biicklins Arnica Salve Have also used it for salt rheum with ex cellent results Guaranteed to cure lever sores indolent ulcers piles burns wounds frost bites and skit diseases 25c at all druggists drugstore The Mysteries of Sleep- It is related of a Chinese morchan who was convicted of wife murderI and sentenced to die by prived of sleep that he was placed In prison with guards charged hour for the purpose of preventing hin from sleeping After the commencement of the eight days his was so intense that he implored thtIauthorities to strangle burn him down him gattote I quarter blow up with gunpowder or put him to death in any conceivable wayNatural I sleep has been defined lia mental rest produced by an appetite resulting from fatigue But the Idea that mental rest means mental Inaction is hardly tenable inasmuch AS It quite frequently happens that the solution of unsolvd problems is the first thing to appear in the consciousness on awakcung and thus the mind must have been operative while asleep Harpers Weekly Nearly all oldfashioned Cough Syrups are constipating especially those that contain opiates They dont act right Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup contains no opiates It drives the cold out of the system by gently I moving the bowels Contains Honey and Tar and tastes nearly as good as maple syrup Children like It Sold by all druggists m Force Him Off Judgment of the Clark Circuit Court awarding Mrs Abrelia Marcum widow of James B Marcum who was assass inated while standing In the door of the county courthouse in Jackson sev eral years ago damage in the sum of 8000 against James Hargis and Edward Callahanformer County Judge and of Breathitt countyI round onI the that they had caused i to be shot and killed was upheld by I I the Court of Appeals last Friday The opinion of the court was handed down I I by Justice Hobson Judges Lasslng i and Nunn dissented from the opinion I unitIledI The action by Mrs Marcum was I against James and Alex Hargls Ed ward Callahan and B F French The I case was tried before a jury who I found the defendants Alex Hargis and B F French and for plaintiff I gainst the other two defendants named in the petition Judge Hargis who Inns been thus sentenced to pay a judgment of 8000 tor assassination is a member of the Democratic State Executive Commit tee The Times understands that the exceeding indelicacy of his longer remaining a member of that body has been Unite and again suggested to Judge Hargis without results The Times desires to go on record as protesting against tho further re tention of Judge Hargis in guy politi I ctl capacity whatever If Judge liar gis declines to resign tho executive committee should pass u resolution ikiiouncing his conduct und decliningI lo hereafter associate wish Kentucky Democracy can not afford to condone or oven countenance the I retention of this man in its councils His sitting there Is an Insult to his party and an affront to political decency He has been adjudged an us- kassin by a Democratic Court of Appeals and ordered to pay 8000 dam ages to the widow of his victim Judge Hargis should be forced off the Democratic State Executive Committee His very presence Is pollution his touch means political death Force him olftho quicker the better The Glasgow Times Dem Wise Counsel From the South I want to give some valuable advice to those who suffer with lame back and kidney trouble says J R Dlankenshlp of Beck Tenn I have proved to an absolute certainty that Bleptrlc Bitters will positively cUre this distressing condition The first bottle gave me great relief and after taking a few more bottles I was omplejtely cured so completely that It becomes a pleasure to recommend this great remedy Sold under guar tntea at all druggists drug store Price 5Oc r I Ategetabk Preparationfor similating ttteFoodandBeguIa ling the Stomachs andBowels or It VN 1 S S H 1 1 IIUN IPI Promotes DigeationJCheerful ness and tuttMorpltine norMincral Nor NARCOTIC tUDSIMlIZ1frrII RfAul rorCo StotmchDierchoeaWormsCotmllsionsFevecish nrss and Loss OF StEER FacSmk Signature of NEW YORK V I l i I I nl it J I lis i S JjClMS EXACT cowor WXA wen uu CASTORI t1- w For Infants and Childr a The Kind You Nat Agway ght 4Bears Signature of Ut LIOr Use 1m 144y For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORII Twu aava awrMv Mar VSos CRV n OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald SUSt THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 2SSU THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal LSt THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 1135 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 1H2S THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 3 t THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek OwensboroInquirer IiL25 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer S7I lTHE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 37 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 3L5D THE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine rlo Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Capital Stock 2500tt1i Surplus Profits I250C3V Will loan money from 1 iSaey to 12 months This is your BrjixV Come in DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alvin RoweBorui Felix Jim Polk Stevens 2L Wayne Griffin j I TILLERS OF THE SOIL I49 42 Will Make no Mistake by Visiting the Rellabloy- RCi Well Known Firm of i WILLIAMS MILLER49 t For anything they need on the farm They bG Jij handle Plows of all kinds and makes Disc tt tfIi2 mippie for young folks and ojd folks it4 = In Addition tt tfIitt4i4i rS10IitfIiryryrr 77rrryryrrryyryfptyypp yyry y1yyy- yyy W WW ryr yytyy yy j arrT p Hartford Republican lined by the liarttord VnblUhlng Company 1NOOBPOBAVKD EdisonVszw PSOtrxms- CumbalatacL 34 o Cb 2t1vr2aFRIDAY JULY 19 Examine theaabelon your paper If Itsn ot correct us REPUBLICAN TICKET l For Governor 7 AUGUSTUS E WILLSON of Louisville t For Lieutenant Governor w H cox Of Mason County For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT Of Christian County For Auditor FRANK P JAMES Of Mercer County For State Treasurer CAPT ED FARLEY t Of McCracken County For Secretary of State DR BEN L BRUNER Of Hart County I For Supt of Public Instruction- J G CRABBEO- f Of Boyd Count Commissioner of Agriculture M J RANKIN Of Henry County For State Senator- J W WRIGHT Of Muhlenburg County For Representative DR J A DUFF Sulphur Springs Precinct Judge Hargis is still a member of the Democratic State Committee The Republicans demand a nonpar tizan Judiciary Will the Democracy say as much If the two parties decide to open the campaign in Kentucky at this time it will be a warm one We hope our great fleet will noj fire on any fishing boats on its way to the Pacific It would indeed he a bad omen Louisville surely does not intend to remove all the crookes gamblers and election thieves just before an other census is to be taken The Republican State platform de clares in fovar of divorcing our schools and Chalritable Institutions from pol itics What do the Democrats say An Exchange asks what Is a progressive Democrat A progressive Democrat is one who votes the Re publican ticket It will be heart rending to see the CourierJournal and Times training along in support of the Post Dent crats city and county ticket this fall He who admits that he can see no good in his opponent and discredits all his virtues writes himself down unconsciously perhaps a narrow mind cd bigot Kentucky school teachers should be proud that this is campaign year The per capita for the year by virtue thereof will be 340 as against 330 last year Why dont Gov Beckham select Hon C J Bronstou of Lexington to try the Hargis case He has recently given most convincing evidence of his qualifications And now Mr Cortolyou is suggested as the Republican candidate for President Some one will surely he nominated who is known to have vot ed the Republican ticket at some pe riod of life If Mr Daniel who comes to Hart ford to serve only a few months un der appointment as jailer makes a good official he should not have any quartersjforRichard a nose for the pie counter However except in Federal elections it Is invariably turned in the wrong direction Louisville Republicans may take cour age from this in their coming munici pal contest The attempt upon the part of some Democratis newspapers to laugh away the thin fears of the Republican State ticket and platform will become more and more amusing as the campaign progresses and in Not vember their laughter will be turned to tears The Hartford Herald has at last iialf heartedly by reproducing an ar ticle from the HOP BVmeJentuck 1 rl v p1- OvInglJhnExecutive Committee If fol low more closely its brother Democrat editors it may eventually get right on some questions Strange that Beckham and BIngham I who have both accepted the emolu ments of offices procured through de bauched elections should be leading the pure election revolution Have they stolen the habiliments of heaven in which they may fool the people We are always suspicious of an extreme reformer who gets it suddenly The Louisville Herald is by far the most popular daily which comes to Ohio County Republicans are learii ing to trust it as never before This is due to the fact that the paper under its present management shows a broad and liberal spirit upon all ques tipns The party has long needed such an organ in Kentucky as the Herald of today In the selection of Col Albert Scott Hon A S Bennett and Editor John C Wood members of the State Com paign Committee the Republican nom iness have made no mistake Each member of the Committee is especial ly fitted for the work to which he will be assigned Col Scott the chairman will direct the financial management Senator Bennett organization while Mr Wood will bo in charge of the speakers bureau Hon R M Jolly who died at Irv- ington last week was a splendid type of Kentucky manhood His per sonal popularity among his people made it possible for him to overcome a large Demo cratic majority as a Republican nom inee for State Senator He served his constituents faithfully in the upper branch of the General Assembly through several sessions Although still quite young in years he had held many places of honor and trust and had been a prominent factor in his town and county The death of such men as Bob Jolly is not alone a loss to their party but to their county and State as well And now lo and behold Mr Scott Bullitt has been appointed Sheriff of Jefferson county by the Beckham County Judge We thought at the time there must be something back of those honeyed words uttered by brother Marshall about the Gov ernor at the late Republican State Convention Governor Beckham has gotten to himself a great name as a politician and it is conceded that I he runs the Democratic part of the State but it is the first time he has I ever invaded a Republican State Con vention with a speaker whose words I represenItative Some people who are inclined to be oplimestic or bombastic are fairly gloating over candidate Hagers re cent declaration In a private letter on the Sunday closing question They overlpok the fact that the party he represents Is not bound by any declar ation on the proposition They seem farther to have failed to note that I Mr Hager has been the nominee of I his party for Governor more than half a year before he gave utterance to a single statement as to his position on the question They have ignored the fact that the presnt eincnmbent who Mr Hager is seeking to succeed was Governor six years before he at tempted to exercise his prerogative in the matter of closing saloons on Sunday We would not disparage In the least these gentlemens intentions for good but simply make these observations so that you may know what has actually been doing Everybody seems lo have read and understood the declaration of Repub licans in their platform In favor of HurtIfordpioneer champions of the county Unit Law In addressing a letter to Mr Willson the Republican standard bear er the League explains that the Jet ter was sent to him merely because it was sent to all the candidates for said the letter we do not mean in any way to question the sincerity of the Republicans in declaring for a county unit bill We take it to mean continues the letter that this plank announces In favor of a county unit bill which will cover all coun ties without regard to any classes of cities they contain Tne Republicans in the senate of the legislature in 1906 fought for the adoption of such a bill which was amended by the Democrats so as to omit counties con taining cities of the first four classes Mule Colt Snow On Saturday September 7tb 1907 at the Fair ground Hartford Ky We will give a premium of 750 for the best mare mule colt and 750 for the best horse mule colt from our Jacks Itfor19Q5 We expect some mule buyers here on this date andit will be to your interest to fix your mules and bring them Inv 52t2 u BLACK fc BIRKHEAD i tAt A t JIf st 0 STATE CAMPAIGN OPENS AU6I9TH H Willson Will Start Ball Roll ing at Maysville Many Speakers of Note Will be on itbe StumpUntllN vember The Republican Campaign Commit tee has determined to have the State campaign opened by Mr Willson at Maysville on August 19th He has spoken in all the counties at rarioir times except 19 He Will visit these first and then cover as many more as possible The Louisville Herald says of the committee meeting held Thursday 4 The committee organised by elect ing Col A P Scott Chairman of the Louisville and Jefferson County Com mittee for permanent Chairman Sen ator A S Bennett Secretary of the State Central Committee Secretary and John C Wood of Mt Sterling TreasurerFurther arrangement of the speak ing program for the campaign will be taken up at a meeting of the Campaign Committee to be held subsequent ton meeting of the Republican State Central Committee to be held at the Louisville Hotel next Friday after noon After that time the Campaign Committee will take permanent pos session of the State headquarters and complete the plan of campaign Among the spellbinders who will can vase the State with Mr Willson are Judge James Breathitt nominee for Attorney General Dr Ben Bruner nominee for Secretary of State and former Governor W 0 Bradley Special engagements are to be made for visits and speeches by Vice President C W Fairbanks Senator Foraker Secretary Taft and Speak er Joseph G Cannon 411 SMALLHOUS- July 16Mr and Mrs Robert Hun ter and Mrs Zack Reid spent Thurs day night and Friday in Hartford aT Mr S J Hawkins They went to see Mrs Hawkins who is quite sick Misses Oma Maddox Altha Adding ton Ethel Hunter and Messrs Jesse Kirtley and S E Hunter and Mr and Mrs Bob Fulkerson attended the street fair at Hartford Little Miss Nora Withrow Central City is the guest of her grandparents Mr and Mrs Bob Fulkersori1 4 Miss Golda Withrow near South Carrollton Isa guest of her grandparents Mr and Mrs W M Adding tonMrs Gray is very sick at her home hereMr Richard Snedden Rockport Miss Mattle Igleheart Matanzas Mr and Mrs Brad Stroud Centertown attended singing at Small nous church SundayMr C Overhults went to Hart ford Sunday Messrs noT Snedden S L Ful kerson and A L Gamble were the guests of Mr 0 W Overhults Sun day for dinner There was an ice cream supper at Hary Everlys Saturday night Mr Thomas Bishop and family of Matanzas were the guests of Mr Har ry Everly and family Saturday night and Mr and Mrs Joe Bullock and fam ily Sunday Born to tho wife of Mr George Lew is last Tuesday a baby boy Mr and Mrs J H Fulkerson at tended the Sunday school Convention at Hartford and spent Wednesday night with Mrs Huldah Casebier Miss Gusta Geiger is on the sick listFISH AND GAME LAW UPHELD DY COURT P r Constitutionally Attacked by Men Whose Nets Were Burned rankfort KyT July 15 Special Judge J F Johnson in the County Court here today upheld the consti tutionality of the State fish and game law The decision was made in the case resulting from action taken by the Franklin county Game Warden against Newton Dean and others chart ed with netting fish In the Kentucky river Game Warden Duvall burn ed a pile of captured nets in the courthouse yard and Dean and other plaintiffs filed suit to recover damages agoinut him Important Notice It is very important that 1 know at all times just where the Ohio cOun- t graders are Hence thdse usini them will please report to rasaas to their location and how gong they 100alloPle81edont BA1PHtRoad r OhlocountVp 2tfV jfl7 x- nlL fti I iE R rns fBros THe Advent of I ngIIs of out iiar purehasesandVxSL Odd Coat and Vest and every Odd Coat suitable f rlimmediate use and mark them at a price that f r rnaturally force its saleo When you see these lots of J Markeddown Clothing you wont be able to restrain ix yourself from buying Note these big markdown x 1 prices i x- r SixDollar Suits cut to 11 t 400 9- ip Seven Dollar Suits cut to iitixi 475 x- X Suits cut to i 550 kenDpllar Suits cut to II 1 700 TwelveDollor Suits cut to f 8150 x- k FifteenDollar Suits cut to lO 4 I EighteenDollar Suits cut to 13 005 1500Xx f X MILLINERY XMiss Merrie King the head trimmer in this department x a will be with us another week owing to the ac x jt cumulation of orders which she couldnt possibly get jg Jt out by July 4th Anticipate your Hat necessities for 4Vx the entire season Visit our Millinery section and Jfc have your Hat made rdy for any demand the sea= 4Jfc sons pleasures may bigforth But remember weaI = can fix up aHa for itrat any time during the season and will appreciate any favors ong that line xx BeaVer Dam Ky Y- aJiI4 x 444444444444f FRIENDS OF HARGIS f KILLED CURT SMITH S a Brother or Man Who Confessed fl to Killing l Of Cockrill and Cox is Enticed InI to Card Game and I Killed I t I Lexington Ky JulylS Enticed into a card game and finding himself hemmed in by enemies on all sides Curtis Smith a brother of John Smith cone of the alleged murders of James Cockrell and Dr B D Cox In theHar 1 glsCockrell feud died revolver in s hand doing his best to shoot his way f out of the trap I Smith with some friends had gone to Elkatowa a small railroad station in Brcathilt county some fifteen miles I I from his home on Longs Fork He was told that his enemies the Harglses ant the friends and relatives of John Ab ner were going to kill him but he scoffed at the idea When he entered a card game with Seigel Turner and looking up saw several of the friends of Abner and the Hargiss closing in the roomhe jumped to his feet and placing his hand to his hip pocket demanded that the door bo opened Turner rialag rom the table drew his revolver and shot Smith twice be fore he got his revolver into action The wounds did not cause instant death and Smith shot three times at Turner but the latter had crouched behind the table and was not hit Smith flled In a short time and thus important witness a galnsfme putrI o lcfe way The dead man was a b1dtherHof John Smith oneof the1 men who con= fossed Wtak nipart with the Hargises id the luwiiMJnation of James Cock reU anoTDr B DCox and who told the same In be trial of Jint tHagSncevihe trialof Jam Harris for- the CRrV niutder there bbeenI bid 1 IFb r II andj41U7 y t I y J lr mlths death1s no doubt due to this eeling In view of the trial of Hargis t- andy Hook It was important to get 11 evidence possible out of the way Land for Sale Fiftyfour acres good farming land or sale one mile from Hartford on fee Will go at a bargain- F M WESTERFIELD 4 ROCKPORT July 17Rev WA Grant filled his fegulargppointmentSunday night Miss Lizzie Stevens spent Sunday n Beaver Dam Mrs Ora Maddox and daughter Miss Nina of Beaver Dam were the guests of Mrs J D Maddox the latter part tIfMrs H E Jackson and children crt the idtli irist for Tndiamiwhere iho will be the guest of her mother or severalweeks Mr ErA Smith attended the Street Fair at Hartford last week Miss Iva WlllianiB lrftSunday for llinois where she will grand several iontl8 Sunday Scbooljrainlnjr Dr E W Ford has received the Hair RanAway Dont have a falling out with your hair It might leave you 1 Then what That would mean thin scraggly uneven rough hair K e your liairat home I FiiuIt tightly 1your scalp I You can sully do it with Ayers Hair soniethiaAL more th t simple bairdress ing It is a hair jnedicine a hair tonic a hair food Tls biitftlide ateetfacaialt- aoldotliietsvss sltfTearL n o rr- p rtoAIlWeL r i r f 3 t Y t e IT D RENFROW I w DENTISTAH work In his line executed by the most improved methods Cr n and bridge work a specialty All work guaranteed Office up stairs next rr door to Woerners shoe store Hart ford JAMES C BENNETT 10 Uox 1SS llnrtfurd Ky LICENSED AUCTIONEER l Will sell any and all kinds of property In Ohio county Terms reasona ble Your patronage solicited following card which explains itself Louisville Ky July 12Dear Fel low Worker Remember we are to have a summer school for Sunday school workers at Owensbpro Aug ust 4th to 11th It will be first class In every respect and I trust you will be able to get several from your county to attend For pro sand FlifaylotteSincerely E A FOX Genl Sec Ao D wftti JIeaivef P t A Positive CURE Elys Crill silM aYW4SIu ielhealauand membrane+ tarrh ddrhesaway a Cold i1 tit Headq1ck1r Ire themenae ot 4II i 74rothsro5alarrt r I I li9 1 o I t I ohoe talk J I l Just a little plain commonsense Shoe I ri talk might turn the mind of some one who has had trouble in buying Good Stylishr 4i Shoes that fit and wear well Hence our I motive in writing this is to turn your mind 1 towards our store Our stock is larger f our qualities superior our prices 1o I ITRYUSA er1 jI MENS SHOES I stock J that any lady can comet here and find her style and fit in Vici Kid or Gun Wet I I I al agents for the La dy Victoria and Shoes A from I I Must an be seen to be wearer ap = 1 I I w FRIDAY JULY 19 Illinois Central Table A- No182 Nor 111 HOB ud Manlli Bound due a tn No m diwll l n n- iNolCdaelScaOp m No 101 due pm- lio 103 pm JI 1t r Ih Frost at City Restaurant Fruits of kinds at City Restau t rant r 0 Ain t that Fish fine at City Res tauranf p eI Ice Cream Sherbet CocaCola ikrid Leirnonade al City rtn ailedof dental work of I tYty oIma 1i e Cream tot the trbod J I 1 rs has been I1J t rtkver fpr l t seve lyw iL1e rly jmprdying t r v f6 4 Jme rjfll J CUsy A i I OW J Il 1 kit i r None so good our I or our Victor line or ICorrect Shape Patent Leather Othera may boast of I Shoes but in no stock will you find a line compare in style above named Try a pair They are what we repre I sent them to be will like themI nf iiLADfeSSHO s1IA complete enough exactly PatentsLeather Exclusive Patrician American Priesmeyer selection guaranteei preciated IO1JRSLIPPERS1 RailroadTime Nol3lduee40m Restauranti RVheo kJwb MalonipsuppQrI aFM JplufBariwho CtMiebi1 ilft American Gentleman Guaranteed workmanshipwith toI exactly vA fine time to buy Ox I fords wemean to close them out hence we have made a generalreduc Ition Call and get our late prices Our Childrens Shoes are here SchoolI pect to pay the them Of course you are I ouriIHeadquarters HE fAIR DEAlT i ufa IfartfordRepublican1 417 245 doe 348 all overl11t ro 1- N Ng1- wIi as You Cheese Sausage Cakes and Crack ers at City Restaurant I Call at Barnard COB for new pattern books FREE Pine Applo Frost at City Restau rant Try it So good and cold n Mr Alexander Mnddox McHenry paid us a pleasant call during the Street FairLFOR SALE CHEApone new Stude baker Wagon Apply at once to the Hartford Ice Co ll1 LOSTAt Reunion uc1 Cromwell July 4 ono black Square Cut Coat Size about 36 Notify K Martin Hor ton 52t3 Mr R Kj Bean IjQwlIng areen who Ip thegpe of refiTtiv e in the Sul phur Spfings riefghborhppdicaled to see yp wMcsai 1awr x1r1A g1TTqtalattendancevat bt Sunday shoofsin Hartford laef Sunday 1 199- oHectionb J 729 This is a loss in att nan ot froJitie Sunday be fore w s 1 ft t l I j jidjJTem Fergusoarof 1neJwu a- rdfedana r= ib i1RLb a JGdgeray- by yeete rda blfarge ischarg Ing a r I1BJa tiort cxe c tecf boiM for h111 ppelydnce at the I1141k+ lRiMlld li+ r IoA r J JrJIrr I v n L I wOhl Oh those Stcak II at City Restaurant how theytteiilo the bun gry Leave your laundry M Cleve liars grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laundry 46t Mrs A J Williams and son who had been the guests of relatives and friends in Owensboro and Central City returned home last Sunday Mr John W Taylor popular pier macist for the firm of Z Wayne Griffin Bro and wife were the guests of relatives in Cromwell the first of the week Mr May Forman and wife Louls yille are the guests of Dr and Mrs Forman Mr Forman will spend his vacation of two weeks here while Mrs Forman will remain longer Mr and Mrs Robert Hunter and Mrs Z T Reid SmallhouS visited Mrs S J Hawkins city last Friday Mrs Hawkins is slowly recovering from a severe attack of typhoid fe verMr Leonard Wallace son of Mr Frank Wallace Rosine who has been in the army stationed at Camp Columbia Cuba has been honorably dis charged his time having expired Mr Wallace will engage in business at Chicago Ill Dr S W Crowe has moved from Beda to Maxwell where he will con tinue to practice his profession The doctor has made many warm friends in the Beda country who will regret to lose him He has shown hhnself to be well up in his profession Mr and Mrs Alvin Rowe Mr and Mrs E M Morton v Mines Norma Eva and Arbyo D town and Mr Huf bert Bean and daughter Centertown left Tuesday for a few days visit to the Jamestown Exposition Washing ton D Cnnd other points East Mr and Mrs Alvin Ro entertain ed Mrs Rowes parents Mr and Mrs W P Render and her brothers S H Render Iris Render W E Ren der C P Render and Roscoe Ren der and other members of the family at dinner Sunday Mr W S Rehrer electrician from Ft Wayne lid is rehaullng and put ting in firstcless condition the elec tric light plant He will stay with the company until their machinery anti electrical appliances are thorough ly inspected and completely overhauled Mrs Ida Monroe and infant child died Monday night at the faipily home near Horton the mother proceeding the child only forty minutes After funeral services conducted by Rev Frank Baker at Bethel church Tues day afternoon at 2 oclock the re mains of the mother and child were interred in the same grave at the Bethel burying grounds HERBER1 July lbbliss Oltie Duncan Owens boro who has been visiting Miss Mar garet Chambers for a week return ed home this morning Mr John Bruner spent yesterday with his daughter Mrs Ethel Flow ers near Patesville Mrs Amanda Stewart and Mrs Em ma Miller are sick Mr and Mrs C W Phillips and son James visited R M Miller Sun day Mr Dave Miller was the guest of bis sister Mrs Nannie Holland of Whitesvllle yesterdayI Mr Burr Black and brother who are at home on furlough from Panama were the guests of Mr Jim Chambers family Saturday night Miss Mabel Miller is at home after a visit of several days with her sis ter Mrs Wave Bartlett Whitesville Miss Dena Martin Whitesville is visiting Miss Baster Miller Misses Margaret and Mary Chambers entertained Friday night in hon or of their guest Miss Duncan Miss Elizabeth DouthettSynthia in visiting her grandson Carl Floyd Mr Pollard is collecting taxes here today For Sale Fine sow and six shoals Call on Dr Wm Forman Hartford Ky BEAVER DAM July 17Rev W B Wright filled his regular appointment here Sunday morning and night Prof A P Taylor formerly of this place but now of Owensboio was in town last week in the interest of the oweusboroChautauqua Mrs T A Stewart a well known and highly respected citiaen pas burled at the ticemet r here Friday I MrS bra Maddox and diaghter Miss Nfna spent a few days jft week in I Rockport I Miss zzl S pf R kport spent Sunday w lfJr plants ijere I Mrs C L Wood 4tfJ1 spent last week with her sister Mrs Howard in 6wehBbqro I a Plg-rltcsesandMra trI o Jo The ladles of thIapt tchurch Hill give an ice cream sup in hie grove near the church next Saturday night t I r u t t STREET FAIR A SUCCESS Many Persons Attended From a Distance Saturday SatIsfactory Awards of Prmlums Made by Impartial Judges Although the Street Pair was not very well attended last Friday the Saturday crowd was up to the usual standard No doubt the fact that the farmers are exceedingly busy just now kept hundreds away The Cenlerfown Cornet band came up Saturday morning and made splen did music throughout the day It was noticeable that the ladies in attendance outnumbered the men about two to one This may account for the quiet good behavior which prevailed though this Is almost always true of an Orio county gathering The premiums were awarded by fat and impartial judges wjio tried to do even handed justice Of course there were some disappointments but in every Instance the losers took their defeat in good humor The following are the premiums and names of the lucky ones 1 U S Carson Best Spring Colt pn miunv2 rifle won by R HBrown 2 J E Curtis Best rider under 11 years premium won by Isaac Ashley W II Griffin Best lady rider any agewon by Miss BeatrlceHaynes locket and chain 10 4 p r Mason Most handsome lady age 18 to 20 Premium 500 No entry J B Tappan Mail nearest 21 years old July 13 watch fob 500 Won by E J Thomasson C Barnard CoFancy workWon by bAs Ada Miller Premium 400 Best jam cake won by Mrs J S Ce cil premium r 00 i E L BullingtonBest pair of chickens Premium 150 No entry 8 Carson CoBest suckling mul colt Premium 2i5 Won by J K Tinsley Second J H Jewel 9 First National BankBest saddle horse shown by lady First lirem ium GOO second 400 First Beatrice Haynes second Lena Miller kJhPF Saimders Best trio of I chieHens won by JP Foster 11 Z W Griffin Best colt genera utility one year and under two years Premium 150P watch Won by H Williams second H W Ralph 12 L Pi Woerner Best bushel po tatoes 100 No entry 13 M W Miller Best pair turkeys 500 No entry 34 + Black BIrkhead Best harness horse 750 Won by Leslie Combs second K E Brown 15 F D Baughn Most popular young man Premium 1st Mack Martin 2nd W A Taul 10 City Restaurant Best lady rljdor 500 No entry j 17 R T Her best fiddler under 15 years 150 Won by C R Ward I 18 Ohio County Supply coPret I tiest turnout 1st 1000 2nd S 500 First premium W A Paul 2nd EE Brown 19 R W KingBest young ladIdriver 500 First premium E Haynes 2nd Miss Lena Miller II 20 J C Her Best jam cake 500 Won by Mrs J S Cecil SSI Fair Co Best colt under 3I years old1xI0 First premium IrILess Yard 2nd II W Ralph 22B L OBrien Best old time fiddler I5r1r011 by Mr John Feemtser SUNNYDALE- July 16Crops in this community are needing rain very bad School commenced here last Monday with Miss Irene Whittinghill of iordsville teacher I at teverllIisaspending her weeks vacation with her parents Mr and Mrs W II Duke near this place Mr and Mrs A L Crume visited relatives at Beaver Dam Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs H E Renfrow ylsit ed at AJ Hines Sunday Mr Alva Grume is on the sick list Mr Alvti Renfrow went to Hartford today on business Several from this place attended the street fair at Hartford aturday All report a nice time Mr Sidney Dodson wife and chlldre visited atu H Et Renfrbws Saturday venlngr i Miss Minnie Renfrow visited Miss Verna Duke last night tMrs WUllo Bean of Hartford vis- Ited bar parents Mr sand Mrs Joe crguson last wfekrSunday at Marvin Chapel jIlt progressing nicely with a large at fondants nd the chlldrertare radiant SundaySchoolplcnlc I JF c 1 Get the Habit tCome to us for your needs Depend on us Insist om M i getting what you want from us True we have not jr been here long nor do you know us very well yet buta we are the kind that bears acquaintance We do nod fL intend to misrepresent Our salesmen are instructed f that It is better to lose a sale than a soul Keepiny s t 1 touch with our prices It will be to your advantage gi yj Jtt FThis3 doz good Pearl Buttonst An alllinen kandkerchief5t-A real Swiss Handkerchief0c All silk Long Gloves in Gray or Lavender 12E r Real Linen Lace 5c yclli Reduced prices on all Embroideries f- j w Remember the Ladies Home Journal Patterns retains the style and smartness of the designs give perfect fife l t I andare so simple that everyone can use them r jFo Your Needs This month Ask C BAR N A R t + C OT L j HartfordV Ky f i NOT GOOD AFTER JULY 22 FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION This Ballot Will Count 5 Votes for f Miss I When properly filled out and returned to The Republican by mail or otherwise on or before expiration of date shown abovet 717W111r11I 1V IW VSSShIJVVWl I 1ri THE FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF THE- BRECKENRIDliE I COUNTY zlFAIR Will be held at Hardinsburg Sept 3 4 and 51907x A premium list of 3000 500 special premiums g added by local business men One of the best equipped and most beautiful grounds in the State Reduced rates and special trains on railroad 2 w jRENDERIJuly 1Hlr and Mrs McDowell Fair and children Mr and Mrs J S Spot Miss Icle Hardin and Mr Val ter Daniel attended the street fair fl Hartford Friday Miss Ida Mao Henry of Louisville is visiting Miss Lucye Janus Mrs F 0 Allen and children visited in Horse Branch Sunday Miss Nancy Ford of Hartford is visiting Miss Glenn OWIl Fair Mrs E L Myres of Hot Springs Ark is visiting Mr S D Myrcs and omiiy Miss Edith Francis of Herrin Ill riBited Miss Elizabeth Jones last week Mr Wm Hall and family have re turned from Odin IiI Mral Av Reneerahd children are visiting in Centertown Mrs Pearl Blandford of Lelt hfield iBltedher brother Mr L C Harvey 1 Saturday and Sunday 4 NOCREEK V s Jly16Mr W F Stevens dellv fed three loads of hogs its Beator Dam today II i t MraEd Ward ihaB Ween at thcibed tide of her mother Mrs Isaac lien h sIckI Miss FillStiand Malissie Foster Sunday Mr Joe Parks little boy of Clflarc Run happened to a painful accidertttu hintISundayi L street fair at Hartford last weekIthe L H Webb and wife visit uMrs Webbs parents Mr and Mrs David Moreland yesterday Our Sunday school is progressing nicely under the leadership of Super intendent Mr D E Ward If o jrri people would all attend and bring thse children and do less sleeping and viw iting on Sunday we could have thiYbest Sunday schoollrj all the surrounds ing country lOur fourth quarterly conference wziKgr on Saturday and Sunday AVIK ust 3rd and 4th Our presiding elder will be with us in a meeting TBtcf ginning on the 29th of this month SaleVA 5jew cottage on Smith JUeZ Est Hartford addition Just erect seI with lOur Vobmsi Cheap for cash eata biyeasr terms Apply to I I BARNETT SMITH w e THE SUPERIOR BRAIN AND ITS ACCOMPLISHMENTS High Intelligence Covers a Multi tude of Matters But Line Should not be Stifled It is sometimes lamented says the London Morning Post that scientific men should stray Into politics be cause it Is assumed that the special Intelligence which has given them em inence in their own work will not serve them in applying their minds to problems outside it Is there on the other hand such a thing as gen eral intelligence and can we assume that a man whose brain is especially effective in the work he has chosen will enable him to apply a hgher level of intelligence to some other indeed to most other work The question has lately aroused controversy in the j Zeltschrlft fur Psycholqgle and is dis cussed in the Revue Scientiflque The German investigators have begun at the beginning by endeavoring to find whether sharpened faculties run in groups and whether for examplethere is some correlation of the senses of touch and of hearing An additional test consisted in asking the candi date to put together or combine frag ments of different passages in vari ous authorsIn short it is what we might call a general intelligence test The result of subjecting a large nun ber of persons to thse tests was to establish a district relation between the ability to pass one test and the ability to pass them all In other words there was an Intimate and a consistant connection between ability in one subject and ability in all and this central factor of ability as it was called remained almost exactly the same when the examination was made by different experimenters Whence the German psychologists Kru ger and Sepearman argue that there probably exists a similar central fac tor for Intelligence and that high in telligence in the subjcet means not a specialized but a superior brain Weight of the Mails For the first time in the history of the postofflce department every piece of mall no matter of what class de posited either In a postoffice or on a railway mall car beginning July 1st is to be weighed to determine the ex j act amount of mall matter handled and for the purpose of finding out how the mall service may be im proved Each weight is to be record ed and reported The weighing will be continued until January 1st At the end of six months the various re ports will be forwarded to Washing ton The order Is to effect all 18tj offices from the first to the classIBad ecik headaches biliousness or I constipation are quickly relieved byI DeWltts Little Early Risers sma11I p111 sure pill safe pill prompt and J pleasant in action Sold by all drug gists m I Wh iJudgeT Thinks of I Kentucky Politicsl j Judge Sterling B Toney former l Judge of the Chances Court of Jeffer con county has the following to say in the Denver Post of political conditions in Louisville- I would us soon steal a Republi cans pocketbook as steal his office one is as criminal as the other 1 am- a 1 Kentucky Democrat but the Demo corIIruptthis State or any If machine and all other machines of j I all political parties should be put out of business I I am glad to see that Denver coun ty has purchased voting machines That will help do away with the other machines Any man who wants to run for office can do so without hav ing to pull his hat off to boss He I can run his merits and chines will count the votes he getsI These statements were uttered this I morning by Sterling B Toney when he was speaking of the recent decision by the Kentucky Court of Appeals in the Louisville election cases As you will remember there was an election in the county and city of Louisville November 7 1905 The Re publicans were fairly and honestly elected but the Democratic machine counted in the Democratic candidates giving them majorities ranging from 8000 to 5000 votes The Republicans contested the election and that con test has Just been settled after near ly two years A Democratic Court of Appeals mind you rendered a decision oust ing the Democrats The offices are now vacant and will be filled by ap pointment some by Governor others by the County Judge and Mayor Mr Toney then went over the opin ion of the higher court and epitomized a few of the reasons for the decision as follows Illegal registration Democratic clerks steal and destroy ballots rald1 polls and burns ballots police raIdI polls ands arrest Republican officers I police1 forge returns force and vie= sir r lence rampant advanced Democrati voters and made Republican voter8 stand back Republican sheriff beaten- Into t Insensibility polls not dpehed until nopni Democrats confess fraud rewards for criminals election not free and equal Democratic Campaign Committee guilty of fraud Speaking of previous conditions In Kentucky Mr Toney said he really believed that Taylor who now and has been a fugitive from justice since the assassination of Goebel was elect ed Governors CHANCE FOR A GIRL BETWEEN 17 AND 20 Tennessee Man in Letter to Sher iff Harl Says he Wants a Girl G H Greer of Jackson Tenn wants a girlhas written to Sheriff J B Harl about it He prefers that she be an orphan but this is not abso lutely required The requisite quali fications are that the girl must be not less thanseventeen nor more than twenty years of age must have a good school education and able to write a good hand and must be neat In appearance Mr Greer states In his letter thai he is prepared to do the right thing by a girl possessing these qualifica tions He says hat he will expect her to learn the jewelry business and assist him in his store As to his own character Mr Greer refers all persons concerned to any bank in the city of Jackson Sheriff Harl has presented the proposition to several young women but has not found a taker Mr Greer says that he has plenty of money aud rlatives and with this ordinarily fetching argu ment Sheriff Harl excepts to land a girl for the Jacksonian Owensboro Messenger S What Caused the Hard Times The Lewiston Sun solemnly de clares that it was not the Tariffbut currency that caused the hard times of 1893 The year 1893 was a period of apprehension and consequent depression among business men who were not disposed ot take chances in the face of the declared intentions of new Democratic administration con trolling both branches of Congress and outspoken in its hostility to the long established policy of Protection Panic conditions however and universal hard times did not come until the latter part of 1894 following the pas sage of the infamous FreeTrade Wilson bill which closed our mills and factories all over the land by putting them into competition with the mills of Europe operated by cheap labor These hard times continued getting worse and worse until after the passage of the Dingley law July 24 1898 since when the country has enjoyed lin era of uninterrupted and unexampled prosperity Augusta Journal U Plea For Enlisting InIl- o No man who will look carefully the work of the army or of the navy can fall to realize that a carer in either branch of our military service in one to which any man may give himself with the fullest divolion and with the highest ideals Americans as a rule know little about the act uul work of either of these services nd few realize that when a man enters the service of the army or of tie navy whether as an officer or as lD enlisted man he enters a great choola school in which is taught lot only the discipline of selfrev Iraint of cleanliness of devotion to duty but in which are taught also the elements of an education An enlisted man who enters a regment Ie the army barely able to read orI write comes out if he be a man of tnbltlon and industry at the end of three years in possession of the fundamentals of an education His officer stands to him not only in the re itiou of military director but in the relation also of a teacher and of a friend There is no career open to an American boy unless it may be that of a teacher which offers a larger opportunity than that of the army or navy officer to minister to the service of menH S Pritchett in uJly Atlantic Can Cut Our Duties In Two If all the German exporters can ar range to do their own valuing at our custom horses they can not only secure a reduction in duty amounting to 20 per cent but they dan cut our ld valorem duties in twojby merely uting in two the actuall value of their oods Not only can the German exporters do this but all European exporters can do it for of course is Is- our purpose to apply the new customs regulation to imports from all favored natl6nst If this is the situa lion which actually confronts our cus tome department it is quite In order to Iggsei that Congress shall take some action to prevent 6ich Wholesale uni fication of the Tariff thities eiiumer iLied1n the DiaklejlawSioux City Journal 1 x 1 j1 S l 4- e y i J faCITRIC ACID i The Way the Secret rlta Manufw ture Was Stolen The proprietor of an old chemists shop close by Temple Bar in days gone by enjoyed the monopoly of mak ing citric acid Moro favorably cir cumstanced than other secret manufac turers his was a process that required no assistance He employed ho workmen Experts came to sample and as sort and bottle his products but they never entered the laboratory The mystic operations by which he grew rich were confined to himself One day having locked the doors and drawn the window blinds as usual sure of the safety of his secret the chemist went home to his dinner A chimney sweep or a boy disguised as such wide awake in chemistry was on j the watch and followed the secret keeper to Charing Cross and sure that be would not return that day the sooty i philosopher bled rapidly back Tem ple Bar ascended the low building dropped down the flue raw nil he wanted to and returned carrying with him the mystery of making citric acidI The monopoly of the inventor was gone a few months after and the price was reduced by fourfifths The I man was heartbroken anddledsbortlyI afterward ignorant of the trick by which he had been victimized London Spare Moments No Wonder the Son wane tturpntto A melodrama was some years since played in a certain theater the chief actor In which had made himself from his overbearing conduct disliked by one and all In the lust scene he was supposed to visit the tombs of his an cestors In the center of the stage upon a marble pedestal stood the stat ue of his father A heavy fold of dra per covered the figure Enter Albert Once again he says let me gaze upon those features which in life so often beamed with tenderest affection Father thy mourning son now comes to pay thee reverence Let me remove the veil which from vulgar gaze shields the image of a once dear parentThe drapery fell aside and behold the father stood upon his head The effect cannot be described It was electric The shouts of laughter which followed effectively put an end to the scene which changed to the next as quickly as possible amid the bravos of the audience the anger of the manager and the uncontrollable rage of the actor London TitBits OJLJWB- writi 0R2 eTMKind You Ntw AlII Bought Gifutut of SURE CURE Disease LIVER o ryTI Cj rfpizo- etintpuiutcipgnjC I 03iDO o es jsora pus SnpijaM so2noi aqx aseaa9 aIXV13m q1 parare epaqi naqja anotn al81U tt srap prlpsQAetfpuefnaors ototB a eafoAsaBao J1rJtUnt pos- tuo2stizoggll ctnaas pBo IiIU ma3V do BOA MaIiJ I1 What Would- You Do If three good physicians should pronounce your case hopeless they should decide that you could not live lc tiger than six weeks And if ou I should get well after usIing only 1200 worjh Dr Miles Heart Cure Nervine what would advise a friend in like con dition to dog I hav to thank you for saving my wifes mettn years ago We had continued wliIthe doctor until the third the two ones said ttunfithJn could1 DC for her that she better b taken home from the hospital to quietly wait her time which would not btf over 8 weeks at the moat I brought her home and then 1 thought probably Dr Miles Heart Cure and might help her no I rot a botUe of each and some Nerve and Liver Pills and commenced to give them to her bottles in all of the medicine She takes It occasionally now h she feels the need I am tn the ministry and lave been for 44 years 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t l u d rk c y + t + i I 1 I BRUSSELS SPROUT Land In a Good State of Cultivation It Required By repeated trials and the study oT the habits of the Brmeels sprout this plant has grown in favor and propor tion until it bas become one of the leading factors In farming on eastern Long Island From the few quarts first raised and used It has grownJo popularity until today millions of quarts are used and are shipped from Long Island to all the largo cities In the United States says a grower in Rural New Yorker Long Island soil and climate seem especially adapted to the Brussels sprout but the writer knows of no rea son why it cannot be grown In al A SLANT OP lUlCBSELS BPUOOT most any climate where the cabbage and cauliflower thrive They are grown in a small way by some of the market gardeners around Botfton but a great many Long Island sprouts find their way into this market Orient N Y seems especially adapted to raising the seed and this seed Is eager ly sought for by the farmers on Long Island This seed sells at 75 cents to 1 per ounce Our method of culture is as follows We sow the seed in drill the same as- tor cabbage about June 15 When plants are large enough to tnulantwe pull them and plunge the roots hi water pack in crates and take to the field It it is a very dry spell we use transplanting machines It the weath er is favorable we use dibbers setting the plants eighteen inches in the row with rose three feet apart The land must be in a good state of cultivation Ias sprouts are gross feeders Use plenty of fertilizer Thorough cultiva tion is one of the great secrets of success to this crop and will apply to any other crop After the crop has ma turgid we cut the plants off Just above the ground with a corn boo haul them to some convenient place near the packing house and stack them In windrows about a rod wide and any desired length These windrows are then cov ered with some kind of litter to protect from wind and cold Then begins the winters work of picking Sprouts are now shipped In quart cups the same as strawberries thirtytwo fortyeight and sixty quart crates being used to ship them in They are picked by the quart pickers receiving 2 cents per quart This is done by cutting the sprout from the stump with a small sharp knife and all the outer leaves trimmed off leaving a miniature cabbage which Is tender and delicious The yield varies according to condi tions On highly cultivated land 4000 quarts Is often gathered and from that down to 2000 is considered a proflta MoytoM JfI The Logan Berry The Logan berry a hybrid originated jomo years ago In California bids fair to displace on the markets of the Pa lfic coast the old lawton blackberry end to some extent the red raspberry rile hybrid la a cross between the two lad combines the good qualities of both It Is very popular with house wives the vines are enormously prolific and propagate readily andthe cul tivation on an extensive silo for the markets of the Pacific northwest is planned This berry shows a wonder ful evolution In the fruit industry with- In a few years While the strawberry 5as no rival as an uncooked table borry an abundance of Logan berries would make It possible to do without black serrlea and raspberries even including the wild raspberry without missing item The development of this berry tad the rapidity with which it has tonne Into market would be phenomenal lad not the experiments of Luther Bur Mink III the plant world during the last ten years have made anything possiblo n this liner Portland Oregonian Handle With Care Handle the milk cow carefully In duce her If possible to give 1i little MOI e milk every day never less If a tnw is permitted to partially dry off it rt next to impossible to bring her back o her normal milking capacity during he lactation period It is not desirable that new milk cows should be forced theyIPress Sugar Corn and Peas i Now friends dp have plenty of sag i ir corn and peas Plant both at least twice n month for succession And ont forget plenty of lima beans Why we nearly live on these things j- or three months of the year jBeglhi J planting peas now beans and com next month Farm Journal I j f v1jrjol AERIALNAVIGATlpN Horace Walpotea Prophecy that May Yet Be Fulfill In the year 1784 the problem of human flight was occupying a prominent place In the public mind OB it is today The Frenchman Jean Pierre Blanchard had just made his first Scent from Paris in n balloon filled with hydrogen He took with Mm wings and a rudder apparently proposing to fly but found them useless dater Blanchard crossed the channel In his aerial machine Horace Walpole comments on tho doings of the alrgo nauts as he calls them You see he writes the alrgonauts have passed the Itublcon By their own account they were exactly birds They flew through the air perched on the top of a tree some passengers climbed up and took them in their nest After seeing a balloon descending Walpole amuses himself by meditating on the future of what he calls alrgonatlon sees the art of flying perfected and deposing that of navigation Flourish Ing seaports become diverted vII lages while Salisbury plain Newmar ket heath and the downs become dock yards for eerie vessels Public roads becoming useless are broken up and thus make u great Increase In the area available for tillage Walpoles cropb ecies may yet be fulfilled London Globe BUSINESS SUCCESS Dont Try to Bea General and a Private at the Same Time When you are so burled In the de tall of your business that you cannot get a clear sharp view of your affairs In all their relations you are in danger failureNo general ever takes a gun and goes with his soldiers Into the thick of the fight where he would be so stunned by the noises and so blind ed by the smoke of battle that he could not watch the movements of the en emy could not see where his own troops needed reenforcements or how to burl his forces on the weakest place in the enemys ranks lie must go where he cnn watch every movement of the armies It you are going to be a general In business you must keep where you can get u clear view of your affairs and know what Is going on everywhere While you nre burled In detail your business moy be In a dangerous post tion from which you could extricate It It you knew the exact situation Many a man fulls In trying to be a general and a private at the snm- etlmO S Murdeu in Success Maga zine A Hypothetical Question Miss de Stay t lie begun tli young man I want to ask you a hypothetical questionThe nodded assent Ifjayoiing niuUyOf good family and sound health and an assured Income of5000 wero1 to meet the most charm lug of gFrltrnnd feed her lee cream for a year If she had a complexion like a rose hair a crown of golden glory the hand oto fairy the hearing of a queen if she knew how not to play the piano was versed in cooking compe tent to superintend n home and It the young mar auspiciously catching the young girl alone were to murmur Into her ear of pearl Will you marry me what In your estimation would be her condition of mind and what her answer While not an expert alienist responded tho girl coyly I think shed believe him a chump for being so slow but shed say Yes With the preliminaries thus settled the naming of the day was a simple matter Philadelphia Ledger I Sees Faster Than Pigeons It Is not generally known that bees are swifter In flight than pigeons that Is for short distances Some years ago a pigeon fancier of Haimnc Westphalia laid a wager that a dozen bees IIberatI ed three miles from their hive would reach home In less tlipe than a dozen pigeons The corula titan were given wing at Itybern a village nearly a league from Hiimme and the first bee reached the hive a quarter of a minute In advance of the first pigeon Three other bees reached tho goal before the second pigeon The bees were also slightly handicapped having been roll ed hi Hour before starting for purpose of Identification Style In Writing We cannot all be Mneiiulnys but we can greatly improve our style by closely observing his and that of equally notable writers by being careful to avoid using flowery which ore invariably weak sentences and by not imitating the great Dr Johnson who content to use Saxon words at once pure and tor lble In conversation gen cranny resorted with a pen in his bund to those long Latin forms which his soul loved0 C Williams in London 1Captain A Pair of Them Mrs Tucker Tommy I wish you wouldnt play with that Flango boy any mor- eTommyGee Im only playiii with him because his mamma told him that If he had anything more todo with that Tucker shed spank him j cago TribuneA Old Lady The following ndvertlsernent appears In a fashionable English newspaper Lonely wishes to exchange scan dal Tlth another Replies required only from those in the best society II Men o understanding are Instructed by reason the Ignorant by necessity and beasts by natureClcero fro sy1 SC Mt little lire txhrItyoutattacks of Indigestion yoa have DO doubt blattburtbumIndiraatipn causes the stomach to sxpa dswell and up against the heart This crowds the heart and interferes with its action and in the course dtime the heart become diseased KodolF- or Dyspepsia 4what you eat takes the strain off of the heart and contributes nourishment thebodyStomach Inflammation of the mUCOOl DigsDAltereatng weUPihall1lditto tenet After using a few bottles I un cured MRS LOPING NICHOLS Peon Yea RT I had steed trootrleend was In a tad state as I DypepalaCuratorDo KAUBLB Nflwrta Q Digests What You Eat lilbe 1nUpltlan M tk11o r MraMh UJeb ralrrtLODW1N lalf u tvo 10 ury tr1L SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP KENNEDYS LAXATIVE curammi HONEY AND TAR CumbelandTELEPHONE AN- DTelegraph Co Incorporate Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumberland Tele phone In my residence and place of business My business has increased and my wifes voice is never heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly com petition WID JOHNSON Mgr REAL ESTATEIf dwelling or any other Real Estate for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All you have to do is to list with us 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 consisting of 93 acres good hill land good Swelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a at a bargain 100 acres 1 mile from the Court House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur nished on application New two story frame dwelling mI Hartford Six rooms twonice halts Lot 100 feet front 210 feet deep Good well Situated corner Fred ricaI and Griffin streets Two thirds balance in 12 months A bargain j The 84 acre tract of land recent ly purchased by J H Hickman of j Owensboro from the trustee of H C Powers situated in Ihe oncordI neighborhood five miles Hartford 200 acres of fine farming land at Dan Station on Owensboro branch I C R R 70 acres up land balance bottom some of it will make 70 to I 80 bushels of corn per acre About 60 acres in timber Three dwelling houses Good well water and early orchard Terms onehalf cash balance on easy payments List your property with us We will find a buye- rBURNETT I j SMITH Republican Office Hartford Ky Kodpl Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat I NtofceITo Miners you not to buy wagons or buggies from the HickmanEbbert companyof Qwensboro Ky until they recognize the union and employ union men Done by order of the local JOHN WILSON Recording Secretary Echols local N- oj678 U Mrwot A tfI1- tS w KILLTHECOUCK AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New DiscoveryF- OR caw8 jfiBk AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATIBFAOTOR OR MONEY REFUNDED ototorerSt4DEENDEpBetDdmode1 Yee ad nee how to obtln patent trade ouukj copyrlghlecta IN ALL COUNTRIES Marines dlrtet with 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Surveyor Khreve S W Ieach Assessor Rob RoyJames DdWecseSchool Superintend eat Hartford Jerome Allen Coroner Jingo JUSTICES COURTS- J H Williams Beaver Dam March 24 Juno 23 September 24 December 21 W P Miller Horse BranchMarch 26 Juno 25 September 23 December X W S Dean Dundee March 27 Juno 26 September 26 December 27 W R Edge FordsvllleMarch SJune2 September 27 December So- D S Chamberlain Beda March 23 June 25 September 28 December IS Herbert Render CentertownMarch 30 Juno 20 September 29 December 30 John H Miles RockportMurch 31 Juno 30 September 30 December 31 HARTFORD POLICE COURT R R Wedding Judge J S GlennClty Attorney Seth MoseleyMarshul Court convenes second Monday in each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServices third Sunday In each month at 11 a in 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 RovJ Frank BakerBaptist ChurchServices held 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 Church Services first Sunday In each month at 11 a m und 7 p m Boy Bozarth Pastor Christian Church Services every first Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev W B Wright Pastor School Trustees HartfordC IL Crowe J S Glenn Dudley Ford C M Barnett Dr E B Pendleton City CouncllJ H Wllllnmn Mayer C M Crowe Clerk R E L tmm n man Dr E B Pondleton A L Whlap Wm Fair Win Bean Dr J W Tar lor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No Gin F S A Ma sons meets first Monday night In each month C M Crowe W M Marvin Bean Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 moots every third Saturday night In each month W N Stevens High Priest French Vick ers Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythias meets every Tuesday night C M Barnett C C C M Qt owe 1C of R and S Hartford Tent No 99 1C O T M meots every Thursday night E B Pen dleton Commander D E Thomas Rec ord Keeper Sunshine Hlvo No 42 L O T M Moots first Friday evening and third Friday afternoon of each month Mrs Z Wayne Griffin Lady Commander Mss Sue Yelsor Lady Record Keeper t Preston Morton Post Noi 4 J AJ holds regular meetings Saturday liefer the first Sunday In each month Pt1L Porter Commander R A Anderson Adj I DeWItts Wltoh Hazel Salve For Piles Burns Sorest J t- S i- Jj 1 Sao z 7 I i r 1k 1 d I i 1 1 SWATHE DEATH CHAIR aeQ lfilfeel When the Killing Cur mat Is Turned On JHevwttUai a second or an age Then Ias3Seuly atseemed as If he must leap saaam tho1 chair his body was swelling teomoKmonstrous Impossible inhu alaua shape 3il3 muscles were stretch 1a1 millions rof hot and dreadful nee- infsmo wero plarclng and pricking him a c lafcjrpcndous roaring was in his ears etnhsna million colorscolors he bad Jtxasercr seenor imagined before colors tajercone had ever seen or imagined col v Ijeyondthe range of the spectrum v mow undiscoveredsummoned by some r apysterlous agency from distant cor i jaers of the universe played before hl3I tarrea Suddenly they were brainItIJSen2Jut no there was still sensation A v atiU purple color slowly spread before f ESSm gradually grew lighter expanded s zsah1wlth a mighty pain he struggled i t Scraping his way in torture and tor r 1Lover fearful obstacles from some ttazTxUBtance remote as black stars in t itafee cold abyss of the universe He aSCrosglSd back to life then an appall t Jtejp confusion n grasp of conscious aies3 iieiheard the ticking of the two iraltbes Then through his brain there aSovly trickled a thread of thought j 2bat squirmed and glowed like a white J mat wire jfijfalnt groan escaped the pale lips li low the black leather mask a tremor I nsmthrough the form in the chair there Vs elaxeaand was still Its all vvcr The doctor lifting ngsrs from Archies wrist tried hisI rtmile arid wiped the perspiration from JiiS face with a airahd TVhltlocks hamlkerchletFromI J Salnnce YOUNGITO KEEP Sesien Your Food Continually as You I Grow Older I What man or woman growing old cruu1d not give a fortune for the re f sswnl tff youth With n little care rhey might have kept it for ten or n iJozca years longer but its value was Trot realized until too late says Dr Co l ten the noted London specialist Up to the ago of twentythree or r twentyfive In the case of men and I eighteen or twenty in women the i framework of the body Is being form 4 3d and the diet should be generous SuCter the thirtieth year has beoa jmss t ill ltls no longer necessary to at to make more tissues but only to pre t serve equilibrium of weight and strength Yot at that time eating Is a t7lensur6 highly appreciated Therefore nest men and women eat too much Lid this Is the time of life when In discretions In diet produce disease with fispeclalfreqnency Do not eat heavy suppers Drink little or no alcohol Avoid Tlch meats and pastry Do not grow fat by eating too much Fat people seldom reach a good old- gea i The youthful old man Is lean Lessen your food continually as you fjcyrovf older- Overeating produces all the diseases v that make one old Underfeeding shortens life Just enough and a trifle over is the- o 3cal Sweet Potato PieITake several sweet potatoes and i whon they have boiled themselves ten flenpeel and slice them Line the bot tom and sides of n deep dish with i jcrust the dish must be fully three inches In depth and upon this ar w range a layer of the potatoes butter i tug them liberally sugaring them free j ly and sprinkling them with nutmegI Addnext n layer of very thin dough sprinkle with hot yatr then follow with another layer of sliced po tutees and repent until the pan Is full The top crust follows and the pie must I then be baked for an hour or more Miles Bradford In Bohemian Magazine Euphemisms For Death Decease Is now a regular form of word for death But it lifgan aa a gehtlt euphemism doccssun fdennr turc seeming much less harsh to the Ilomtns than morn All languages abound in euphemisms of the kind which go back to a superstitious re luctance to mention death plainly that gradually passed Into a kindly desire W soften the Idea Passed away departed gone expire breathe out no more demise and even Whe late are expressions of this turc Most striking of all Is the nai t manvenphemlsm for he Is dead 1 It he has lived Mn Artificial World The mingled feelings of admiration and skepticism with which we gazed upon the stuffed animals In the toy shops of our youth we still vxperlcnco In the society of many of the human cllnlmalswe meet later In life The + more we admire the more do ws mix f trust while there IK nothing of which we aro more convinced than that ev erythlng NIs unreal from the complex Ion of our friends to the genius of n great wrlter London Ladles IlelIAn Experienced ViewIBride prettllI wonder call n wifes allowance pin Matron savngelyBecause moneyI buyenough plus to hold leer old together Is about all that the average man thinks a woman needs Bnltl1 I t more American Addition I A bigamist should be an nrlthmetJ elan Whyr HIIo adds one and has two to carry Washington POt I Poverty of thought is horse than I JtjoYcrty of pocket Bohemian t rlk 1- n CARD GAMES The EaMtett Played In Enolcnil Wet Imported From Spain Spain Is generally believed to have sent us our jflrst card gamesuElhom I bre or the man corrupted by us earIt show Spanish symbols such as cupus maces and swords Another popular English card game In the sixteenth century was trump clearly a form of the Spanish game trlumfo Cards could be bought In 1545 for twopence a pack These were very wretched specimens and most inferior to those produced by the Cardmakcrs company of London In which Charles I created a monopoly with the finan clal genius of his race by buying them up cheap and selling them at a high price In this he was a more open rogue perhaps than his father who ngdindulgedtunity Cards have always been a royal game Queen Elizabeth played cards and lost her temper over them frequently She was no Anne of Austria to play like n queen without passion of greed or gain In her reign was commanded to be played at Wynd sore a Comedic or Morral devised on a game of the cardes which resulted in the performance by the children of her majestys chapel of Alexander and Campaspe in which the pretty lines occurCupid and Campaspe played At cards for kisses Cupll1pald- Lonl1on Chronicle LEARNING TO SHOOT A Simple Rifle Target and the Way to Practice The first moving target that I would recommend Is one that Is simplicity itself and yet wltb the assistance of u gentle sloping bill and a friend to take turns with you will be of great value and benefit One of the most success ful deer hunters I know trained thIs way and you will readily see tbe good points of this practice on trial of It Secure halt a dozen barrel heads for your partner Have him take a post tion at the top of the hill and roll these heads down the slope diagonally At first It will be best to select a fairly smooth slope and have the targets roll ed down at a medium rate At fifty to seventyfive yards take your post tion according to your gun and am munition If It Is a 22 a somewhat smaller target might be used at a little shorter distance At your signal one of tbese targets Is started on Its jour neys As It starts bring the gun to the shoulder taking aim and swinging with the moving object Always aim to hit tbe center of the object You will find that the eye naturally seeks the center Just as It Is nature for one to see the front sight through the cen ter of the peep Do not attempt to hold your gun at a point tho target will pass and try to pull the trigger while It passes but pull when the aim has boon secured Just as when firing at n stationary object Outers Book Where the Brave Excelled Bloodthirsty vindictive treacherous crafty scornful of suffering brave unto death when at bay more cunning than the fox and of Infinite patience on the trail the Indian has proved more than a match for the whites In the Jungle It U certain that morn whites than savages have perished In forest fighting But In a set battle the red man Is without steadfastness and perseverance The least reverse dis heartens him After the first mad rush his purpose wanes and the slightest check Is apt to dispirit his capricious mind Lynn Tew Sprague In Outing Magazine His Ancestors An Irish gentleman was recently attended I by an eminent London physi clan who pausing and looking at him with an Inquiring glance said I should like to know sir If your fatally have been long rived V Long lived Is It 1 responded the rntlej lljoiigbtfully Well doctor Ill Just tell you how It is Our family Is a west of Ireland family rind the age of my ancestors depended entirely on tljo Judge and Jury who tried them Strand Magazine Embarrassing Bobson You look all broken up old man Whats the matter Cralk I called on Miss Pniyn last night and no sooner had I entered theI parlor than her mother appeared and demanded to know my Intentions That must have been rather embar rassingYes but that was not the worst Just as the old lady finished speaking Miss Pruyn shouted down the stairsIMamma mamma he Isnt the London TitBits Significant Silence What has become of your son the roung Inventor who used to advance inch startling theories 7 asked a rlendly man of apold negro known to the Washington Star I never bear of him any more- No salt replied the shrewd father hes relly Inventing something now One Better First ChildOur baby can say Pupa Second Child with lofty SU perlorltyOur parrot can say papa and papas swear words tooLos An geles Herald Executive Ability Little JamesFather what Is execu tire ability Ills father The faculty 3f nrnlng your bread by the sweatvOf otheir peoples brows my son SI i 1 = DOPING A RACE HORSE The Way the Potent Drug Affect the Unfortuhale Anlmal No one Is likely to be caught in tile act of doping a horse said apremh nent veterinarian the other day tbe cause the dose given Is so small that It can be administered under the very eyes of the officials with little If any of detection and besides it is tbattholhorsesBurvelllnnce If a horse Is to race at j 3 oclock he gets a two grain powder on his tongue in a darkened stall at 1 oclock The drug takes effect In about thirty minutes and the animal breaks out into a sweat Ho Is rubbed down cooled out and done up as If he had come In from morning work Every effort Is made to keep him quiet until post time but he very often breaks out again and Is again cooled out Tho doped horse never takes any warming up work and this fact affords the best means I know of for finding him out Ho is moved slowly to the starting point great care being taken to prevent him from becoming exalted until the flag is dropped Then a kick and a dig do the work and In an instant the full force of the dope Is felt stlmu lating the animal to run the race of his lifeAfter the fcco an antidote Is usual ly given but it Is sometimes well along In the night before the excited horse regains his normal condition The strain on the nervous system Is terrific For this reason dope horses have short careers as a rule and are of little value for breeding purposes Kansas City Independent A PROMPT EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR ALL FORMS OP RHEUMATISMLanka JrmfpMf Ddlaa a GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied externally It affords almost Instant relief from pain while permanent results are being effected by taking it in ternally purifying the blood dissolving the poisonous substance and removing from thesystemDR D BLAND Of Brewton Oa writes1 had been a inffcrer for a number of years tnmyarmsandteasgatlMr from medical works and ajio consulted t with number oUbe bMt buUound notbln that Oar the nIIsf obt lied from prloClctorDRCLGATISH- ancock Minn writes- A I little girl here had such s weak back canted by Rbcumatltm and Kidney Trouble that she could not stand on b r feet Tbe moment they put her down on the floorihe would scream paint 1 treated ber With 6DllOJIaand today abe run around aa well and bpD ai can I preicrlb fDROPS for my pauenU and pus It 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