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L1ThPane Job Work r DEVOTE I TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLEOF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year rLXx1nL HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY fY FRIDAY JULY 26 1907 No2 ItfntR tRS 4 RIOOu lOUSE 11MaskdletlShootup PQ linent Partners Residence Manand WifelnJ4frie3 buiRefuse toTellfconVersttion Had With Marauders I ii 23Maskedtt 1 between 130 and 2 oclock this morn1 ing surrounded the residence of Stet ffchen P Moseley a prominent and r welltodo Trigg county farmer In I f hq Roaring Springs neighborhood Iddled the house with bullets as the I 1 amity lay asleep wounded both Mose- y= nnd his wife and narrowly missed hooting several children I I r The first Intimation the family had i Of the presence Of the night riders was when avolly of shot canine crashing Into the Louse All the doors acid j wlndpWB were wide open except for I c the screens and not a room escaped t Jtthe fusillade 1 Mr Mosely received one shot in Ithe left cheek which burled Itself ink bone Another shot struck hint I 1a glancing blow on the thlrd finder of his right hand white the third made a flesh wound In his right ear tOne bullet struck Mrs Mosely a glanc blow In the check while two or I 1- ft three pieces of wire from the screen ffo door were drlvn Into her right eyei I causing an extremely painful Injury j Thb marauders were constantly yelling Come out Mosely come out1 Mosely we have come after you He I finally went out sting that there I was no chance for him to fight back They took him down Into the I iome distance and then they talkedI to him for a few minutes but Mrt Mosel refuses to s eany part of i jthe conversation which took place Irs Mosely In her night dress at empted to follow her husband and as seized by two men who forced r to sit down On the porch j fter leaving Mr Mosely the night s mounted their horses and rode lorthree hundred yards up the I tad and then turned and came back + Jf the house with their horses going at top of their speed and they disap Mrl1lfoselyEarly In the spring his tobacco plant bed was sown with grass seed and ruined He then burned and sowed I another bed but they dug this one I up and raised a mound in tho middleI to represent a grave i4doseleyIsticks for foot and head stones e i When the men demanded that I come out to them in order I firolTof loved After I stepped out on thoporch only two or three shots wep fired 1 think It Is best not tor reveal what the night riders said Jwhen they talked to me 0Vis Mdseley said The first thing I dm was to spring from my bed and At rush to and fasten the door of our bed room Then I made the children who r hadruJInto the room hide in the wardrobe Mr Moseley was bleeding profusely from the bullet hole In his lace and the night clothes were sat urated with the blood which streamed down his cheek When he went out to the men I naturally tried to follow lira to help him anyway I could- I II was seized by two of them and kept from leaving the place and they t made me sit down In a chair on the porch I had kept my son Bfron from I using his gun and at my request he t came and sat by me I was very much r felted and my screams may have been 1 i ard experience along distance It was a terrible Miss Wedding Entertains MJss Nora L Wedding delightfully entertained at her beautiful home on MClay street Friday evening from I eight until twelve The porches adIr parlors were artistically decorated I1 wih Japanese lanterns of which ad1 1 ded much beauty Many games were I 1 engaged in after which the daintiest ll of Ices were served Those present were Misses Winnie Cottrell and Cbva Anderson of Ow r ensboro Alma Riley Bern Bean Bessie Collins Nfllle BannderscNora Wedding Mary E rks Ana JCeowh Alice Keown Sarah Keown pl le Matth wiRut iijWJII Messrs Martin Thomas Sydney tl4i 1F1- ilr 1 w jams Byron Foster TJey Foster Al lison Barnett Frank Foreman Har old Holbrook Seth Riley McHenry Holbrook Lewis Rlley Conner Fora and Walter Wedding To The PublicjThe repeated statement in the Ow ensboro papers connecting CouH- 3rd Infantry K N GUyith the striking of John near Branden burgAKyon the return from James town encampment Is the result of either ignorance or malltle Co H came from Louisville over the IC railroad and It is a pphysical impossi bility for any member to have had Anything to do with that unfortunate Incident The scene of the accident was on the L H St L railroad at a point where the train bearing Co H did not pass jM DEWEESE Capt 3rd Inf K N G BILL DUKE AGAIN i IN JAILERS CUSTODY Found Guilty on Two charges of Selling L + bquorDcvce I I Didnt Workj One liquor dispeiiEor was not very jubilant after the special term of Judge Taylors court closed Monday Bill Duke who noC more than twenty days ago completed a jail sentence of sever al months for bootlegging the article was found guilty on two charges by juries In one case he was fined 6000 and sentenced to ten days In jail and In the other he received fine of 75 and ten days in jail Bill has been In the tfboftVggtng tiusi ness long and It Is stated that ou oneocea8lon he con cealed apintdi l a bundle of oats find hauled a load to a picnic and sold them the half pint bundles at 35c and the pint bundles at 60c His last device was slmuple In fact his plan could hardly be called a de vice He would meet a prospective customer and say I know where you can get some liquor or if being asked If he had any liquor he would say that ho did not but knew where the prospective customer could get it He then described a certain buggy located at a certain place and when tho customer started to look for it he would follow closely behind When the buggy was located the money was deposited on the seat and the cus tomer reached under sOme laprobes and other things In the buggy bed and got what he wanted Bill thought thlswasnotselllng but the juries decided otherwise Several other charges have j been registered against Bill and others may I yet follow The working clause was attached to the juries verdicts and embodied In the courts judgments and Duke Is i now working on the levee North of Hartford I Since the foregoing was put Itr tYPe J Bill ceased to work on the levee He was engaged In clearing th briars and i I underbrush from each side of the road and Jailer McDaniel sent him I up the road about 100 yare to work Bill Wearied of bush cutting and took I his leave traveling by foot He has not been heard from since 1 How the Contest Stands NORTH SIDE I Miss Mertle Willford Nocreek 5283 Miss Cora Thomasson Hcflin 5815 I SOUTH SIDE I tflss Bertha PlrtleHartford 11920 Miss Ethylln Jones Hartford R F Dr No 114605Ml-ns Harriett Flener Cromwell 400 Miss Ethel ThorpWilliams Mines 470 Miss Stella Daniel Olaton 2650 Miss Mary B WIHIamsRob Roy5685 e Notice to Road Overseers The time limit has expired for over veersand hands to put their roads In order nad I shall now have to make my report of their condition I will begin my tour of Inspection it once and if I find roads In bad condition I will be compelled to report so Iam held responsible ton the con Hlpn of the roads and If any are lot now In shape the overseers should begin ijt onca to put them in order I have been very lenient with evory body on account of the backward season and late crops but now that crop season is nearing aneudtthe roads should receive attention lf rttP H- ii Ref n ldrtdgedoip Hartford Ky Ju1Z 23 1907 2t2 ti ri- V w mu11 TIMELY SUG 6USTIONS ABOUT The school per Capita Under Rep and ben Rule Teacher Wants to Know Where the Additional Taxes Have Gone The following taken from the Cen tral City Republican which is a reply to tho Democrat organs hilarity about the increase in this years pay for school teachers is timely and appli cable as well In Ohio county as in Muhlenburg c The Argus seeks to make political capital out of the 340 school per cap ita for this year We are glad to know that the per capita Is as large as It Is The teachers are more poor ly paid In Kentucky thus any other class of labor In fact Kentuckys school system Is far Inferior to that of the Republican States of Ohio In diana and Illinois just across the riv er We remember quite well that in 1895 the Democratic party In Kontuckj was In a mighty bad shape just as It Is todayand the per capita was In flated to help the ticket so that the teachers of the State were compiled to wait and get their last months pay out of the next years fund It taking something like 400000 of the next years fund to make up the de ficit This explains why the first three years of the per capita under W 0 Bradley were no greater I The last year of Bradleygr adminis tration If we remember correctly was 285 for a five months term or 57 cents per month for each pupil while the present per capita of 340 for six months Is only 56 23 cents per month for each pupil I When the taw was passed changing to a six months term the tax rate in the State was changed from 22 cents per hundred dollars to 26 12 cents per hundred dollars to make up for the extra montbINow we submit that if the number of pupil children In the State have increased in the same ratio that the taxable property has increased the present per capita of 340 is not far wrong but if such is not the case then there is something wrong and It Is up to the editor of the Argus to explain We have not the data for the whole State at hand hence will take Muhlen i berg county as an example since It is one of the growing counties of the I State both as to population and the value of property The recapitulation i of the Assessors books for the yearj inIthecensus reports for the same year show I the number of pupil children to be 6459 In 1907 the taxable property I not Including franchises was 3654 207 and the number of pupil children InIcreasepupillchildrenthe per capita for Kentucky this year should be 550 We want the Argus to explain to the teachers of Muhlen berg county where the 110 per capita goes We think the teacher who spends her time and money preparing herself for teaching is worth Just as much money to the State of Ken tucky as the guard at the penitentiary who need not posses any education and but little brains whose salary was raised by the Kentucky Legisla turs from 60 to 75 per month The school teachers of the State are demanding better things and if tho signs do not fail we shall have an ad ministration after January 1st 1908 that will begin to put Kentucky in her rightful position in the common wealth of States OLD TEACHER Among The Lodges Rough River No 110 K of P had a splendid attendance Tuesday night conferred the second and third ranks and in good form The n are getting down to their duties and everything Is promising i i Keystone Chapter R A 114 had a great day last Saturday Work be gan at 3 bclock p m and all four degrees were conferred Adjournment was had at 7 oclock and an elegant supper was served at the City Restaurant to the members TJIa basis jj tfie clipper was fried cliieknsmoth dvchlckien chicken and dumplings wtfai ajl necessary accompaniments 1 j I 7 r The splendid repast closed with Ice cream nnd cigars After supper the work Was continued until near mid night The following were made Roy al Arch Masons CM Crowe 11 M Woodward Wayne Griffin J C Her Dr A S Yewell Leslie Combs Roscoe Render and James Hallows The ad ditionof this rspl 5fadid new blood Is a llnb for keystone Chapter- Comphnions Porter of ver Dam Hendrick and Overhulsltrf Madlson vlllewere present and aided very ma terially In the work The Red Men had an Interesting meeting Wednesday night The de greG team was present and put on the work in an excellent manner One Warrler was exalted to the Chiefs degree and one pale face was captured and raised to the adoption degree Two applications for membership were received The Red Men are going to give a pig powwow August 17 Bar becue dinner will be on the ground Robert Lee Page the great Sachem will probably be present and deliver an address ILLINOIS CDDRT IN x FAVfR4OFUNION- Sustains Cumberland Presbyter- Ian I Church in Union With Northern Presbyterians Another decision of the civil courts regarding the union of the Cumberland Presbyterian church with the Northern Presbyterian body has just been reported This decision comes front the appellate court of the Third llwIaction of the Cumberland majority In the union Those In the Cumberland church opposing the union had contended beforejthe court it is reported that there Is really no agreement of doctrine between the two mulling churches but the court holds that since the Cumberland general assem bly voted that there was sufficient agreement the civil courts have no right togo behind this decision of the ecceieslastlcal body to A constitutional question of the Cumberland church was also considered by the court and it appeared that the constitution of the Cumber land Presbyterian church permitted union with other religious bib i les of the same faith and the court held thatfhe fact that the size of the religious body thus to be received did not enter Into the matter and the fact that the Presbytrlan church was longer than the Cumber I lund body had no bearing on the case and could not be considered aI violation of the Cumberland constitu tlonIThe contention of the Cunlberlaudi minority and Its courts is being watched with great Interest by religious leaders of all denominations many of whom do not conceal the fact that their sympa thies are with the contestants There has been so much talk In months of the possible union of several bodies that the whole question i of the legality of union Assesses atI present interest It Is evident also I that in every denomination about which reports of union are circulated I there Isa strong minority any such movement and the Cumberland matter now In the courtsIs ex pected to establish some precedents of which other bodies may take ad vantageEpwbrth League Day Next Sunday the Hartford and Bearer Dam Epworth Leagues will unite in a mass meeting at the Court House In Hartford at iOfiO a m Rev H M DuBose the General Secretary and editor of the Epworth Era will be the chief speaker He is a scholarly bril liant man and an eloquent speaker Everybody Is invited both In town and country Asp musical program has been arranged Come ear lyl050a m Call Meeting There will be a call meeting of the Industrial CooPerative Association Saturday August 3rd 1907 at Wil liams Mines Grove Meeting called promptly at 1 oclock p m purpose of said meeting will be the selling of the remainder of stock Receiving the report of out standing committee and election of officers Given under my hand this July 22 1907 CHAS W MULLIKIN Sec Waited Can use two good hands at Fords Mill tc 7 I c l c f CLERK ARRESTED AS AN EMBEZZLER Billy Semonln Owes State 50000 is ChargedI Jefferson County Official Just Deposed Gets in Bad With State Auditor Louisville Ky July 21 William J Semonln retiring county clerkIwas arrested last evening on a charge of embazzlement it being alleged that he is short In his accounts asIclerk of Jefferson county In a sumt approximating from 45000 to J30 000 The arrest caused a tremendous sensation Mr Semonln furlnshed bond In the sum of 25000 within a short time after his arrest Seraonin was one of the officials whose office was declared vacant by the court of appeals in deciding the election contest cases He was elected as a Democrat When his succes sor was appointed a few days ago the accounts of this office were checkIled up with the result that the headt bookkeeper this afternoon declared that there was a shortage of over 451 000 There had been rumors of a ago for two years but the books of1 I examinedIshowed Semonlng accounts with theI State to be correct up until June 1 1907 When Bernoullis successor was upI pointed the former had Just mailed a check for 15000 to the State Audi tors office for the month of June hethadhe was not to be retained In office his idea being to have all accounts checked up and to settle rn full with theState on his retirement i t When interviewed he stated ems phatlcnlly that a full examination of time books would show that he did not i rowe the state over 22000 the amount of his collections for June and July I t FOR THE BUSY READER I i Guarded by 250 soldiers the four I Italians convicted at Hahnville Laof ithe murder of a boy were taken to 1 the State penitentiary on a special train The charter of Cumberland University at Lebanon Tenn was amended so as to Insert the words Presbyterian Church in the United States of America where the words Cumber land Presbyterian Church appear- S In order to prevent the passage of a i prohibition bill the liquor interests in Alabama have agreed not to fight the measures now before the Legislature for early saloon closing and to prevent shipping liquors into prohibition districts e e e Major Paymaster Eugene Cohln of the army at Manila has had his left j arm amputated the result of Infection from the handling of money paying troops He was n veteran of the Civil j MCKlnIleye e Judge Prltchardln the United States I Court at Ashland N C discharged Ticket Agents Wood and Wilson of the Southern railway on habeas cor pus proceedings and declared the penalty clause of the new Rate Bill un constitutional Chicago has seen the last of Its La bor day parades at least for several years to come Tho annual long march through the streets by thousands of unionists has been abandoned by the Federation of Labor and the Associat ed Building Trades S Because Franco Is without a public executioner time death sentence given Soeillant a fiend convicted of brutal mistreatment and murder of a little girl probably will be given life im popular Indignation on account of the brutality of the crime t The Commonwealth questions the right of the L and N Railroad Com pany to operate a hotel for the reason that the companys charter contains no such provision and suit has been uponthegrolndBt courtma1e and which is t located at Guthrie is the property ofI the State 5 The unveiling of a monument to Oliver P Morton Indianas war gov ernor Tuesday was the occasion of a large gathering of veterans of the Civil War at Indianapolis Among those attending were Vice President Charles W Fairbanks and Gen R B Brown Commander In Chief of the G A R- Dr aMaddox Moves to Owensboro Dr J D Maddox of Rock port ar rived in the city this morning and will make his home In this city In future He is corresponding secre retary of the Baptist Ministers Aid society and formerly had his headquarters at flock port Ky His family accompanied him and they will be at JOO Triplett street until they are permanently locatedOwensboro Inqulr r DEFIES DEATH ON- OPERATING TABLE H B Davis Weds Miss Maude Voris and Submits to Surgeon The Louisville Herald of Tuesday contains the following account concerning a young man well known to the senior editor of this paper While softfooted nurses at St Jo ephs Infirmary were preparing the operating room and Dr Ellis Duncan was busily engaged over his Instru meats which were to be the means of bringing relief to lien H Davis of xniisvllle the Rev Dr W Y Davis was pronouncing in a low tone Mr Davis and Miss Maude Voris of Bur gin Ky man and wife at noon yester liar A nolllent later the ceremony over the newly made bride departed with relatives and friends to her husbands home where the party awaited tho news from the Infirmary Thirty minutes later u successful operation for appendicitis had been performed and the patient was returned to his room where the atmosphere was heavy with the scout of many flowers Last night the young wife remained onstnntly at the side of her husband vho is on the road to recovery Davis was taken ill Sunday while on his way to the home of his bride He was removed to the infirmary yesterday morning About two weeks ago Mr Tyler Davis who is well known in Hartford was operated on for appendicitis at the same hospital Ben Davis is a splendid young man and It is to be loped he will be spared to his young bride Land for Sale Fiftyfour acres good farming land for salo one mile from Hartford on pike Will go at a bargain F M WESTERFIELD 0 HairHelps sNBeautiful hair isa crown M ofglory but hair must be cared for to keep it beauti ful Ve have everything nec essary for hair care and hair f comfort suchas highgrade combs and brushes singly or in j sets fine rubber combs real shellcombs silver mounted combs or plain combs orr11iog i c 93 Shampoo Paste It U the mOlt effective and economical dandruff acalea and dandruff at once and so stops folIIcIesloosens aswellmay dresser Uc per package James H Williams The Store itVi 4J ZJ eo J t t I LOISYILLE WARE I OUSE COMPANY I Witt SeS Controling Interest I or70 a Share Acceptance Depends on KentuCkY I Burfey Society Which Will i Take it up August 20 Fur about 600000 the National To boosa Growers Association can pur chtmi a controlling interest in the iKHilsvillo Tobacco Warehouse Com Pang and establish It on a coopera tive basis The directors of the ware house have agreed to sell the association a controlling interest or fiftyon shares for 70 a share and the Board vt Directors of the National Tobacco Growers Association has been given until October 1 to accept the propo sition The decision to sell a controlling interest to the planters came after a conference of sevu hours on Thurs day df last week with the tobacco growers surd the directors of the Lou isville Tobacco Warehouse The meet iiiS was held In the Board of atten111cdhouse company and nearly every mem i 4 er of the Board of Directors of the National Tobacco Growers Assocla rti OAJhnre some doubt as to whether the plus jinopoiod will meet with tbe sU11Ortjf the growers A member of the association salt When the proposition cf the Lou dine Tobacco Warehouse Company to the American Society of Equity titSI read a counter proposition was effectthatpthe warehouse company pay a cens a pound on the tobacco when it is delivered to it the romoinder to be i paid when n minimum price of 15I touts a pouud is received for the to ibacco The warehouse company can take off a certain percentage as cost I tof storage inIwoadcommon stock outright that the to feocco growers should be allowed to Jte1L their money for working tobacco sections and pay for the stock out of I Abe proceeds of the sales The Ken tuck Burley Tobacco Society at pres ent has in its possession 90000000 pounds of tobacco of the 1906 crop lily January they will have about 200 000000 pounds of burley tobacco They fisJc that the warehouse company fur JnJsli 10000000 upon the receipt of i the tobacco When the tobacco is sold llet it take off a certain percentage Uo pay for tine con IVU stock In this manner their funds would not be drained by purchasing the stock I The warehouse company will take i this plan under coiiHidotaiion it is staia while the Burley Ds net Cornj imUtee will consider tin proposition of the warehouse company wi itit IC1- nnands a cash payment for the f1 pert merit of the common stock i UK the Green rtvr disilct end the stemming district have made arrange wnents already for storing me crop of SM2 It depends upon me Kentucky ICommlUeelo take up the mater and re porton the proposition ft to resuII flnr monthly meeting which will bs thtfld at Winchester on August 20 Tie committee is composed of the blloI 11noilJwns Versailles G 1V McMUho mnJmouth S T Prewlti Wiucheber cent t IJ Thomas Georgetown It Ia the genrnl opinion nmongt e Xdlmoco glowers of the Sate that the utioual Tobacco Growers Association vMirsot accpt re offer 10 buy a con1 trollui interest in the Louisville lnjl- iacco Warehouse for 70 a share They ltlthth that it is much mure likely Um the decision wilt be to build r leas warebonMi in the various county seati allIthA counties which prtHluce large intWMtles of tobacco After the crop IniRJMHin stored in those warehousos the i OWen nay they can issue tiwi Avrehonae receps and realize monei eonoIgh to finance thfir crops without J dOJael1lun upon the banks iu tbe large cities trou1ibljpromptl boy and Bladder Pills are the best 3mriMdy for backache weak kidneys j iitHnnnofttlcm of tbe bladder Their i mcUon is prompt and sure A weeks ltreatment for 25 Sold by all drug j agists m Raised his Sheep From the Deep- A stocy of heroism cf the sea vlvalrutf that of Gallia in ThoToil eels ot the Sea has just been enacted nn tbe 5 Cinc ccean said John P Bares a San Francisco merchant lilt is the story of an intrepid sea captain who resurrec cd a cunkcn hip that had been given up for lost land put lier in such good condition r1 1 yr rtn 5 1 j that she has broken tall records for S illng craft around the Horn This sea captain lived at San Dlago until a year or two ago having retired on a modest Jncome His name is Thayer One day ho read fn the papers of an auction sale of the hulk of a ship in the South Seas He went to San Francisco where he found that the ship had been valued I at 250000 and had been grounded- in a storm deserted by the crew and supposedly pounded into a shapeless mass upon the rocks But he thought he would take a chance and BO he bid her in for 1100 getting a lawyer in Oakland to take a half interest Getting together a wrecking crew he traveled 7000 miles to the Island of Manga Riva where through heroic efforts and after many months he got the ship to the level and towed her back across the smooth summer seas to San Francisco There the vessel was rebuilt into a threemasted bark Captain Thayer came on to Washing ton and rot the government to regis ter the British ship Pyrenees for that was its original name as the bark Manga Riva Then after the refit ting has been completed he sent her to Swansea Wales The bark made the fastest time over attained by any sailing vessel between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans Captain Thayer is now enjoying the income from his I daring and his name is being paraded up and down the Pacific coast among I 0111liatWashlngton ie 1 CAS1Onra I Bears theTheKind You Hare Always Bought Sfgnatrae of I I I MAY WRITE MESSAGE ON POSTAL CARD FACE i New Order of Department Be comes Effective on August 1Other Privileges According to a new order issued by the postmaster general messages maybe written on tho faces of postal cards thelefover order is to go into effect August 1- and all Postmasters has received no tice to this effect from department hradquarters at Washington The order provides that after August 1 postal cards may be used as post cards have been in that the face of the card may be divided by a vertical line placed approximately onethird of the distance from the left end of tho card the space to the left of the line to be used for a message but the space to the right to be used for the address on1IVery thin sheets of paper may be attached to the card on condition that they completely adhere thereto Postal cards bearing particles of glass metal mica sand tinsel 01I other similar substances are uninail able except when enclosed in on velopes or when treated in fiuch manner as to prevent the objectionable substances from being rubbed off or Injuring persons handling the mails Until this ordor goes into effect the face of a postal card may bear no moro than the name and address of- the I person for whom it is intended On post cards the space at the left I alDltSl4igOto ome time After August 1 the game rules will govern the use of both 1 jBi l and post cards Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it now To Find Out Fill z bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours a sediment or settling unhealthy indicates anI tlou cf the neys if It kidI your linen evidence of I ney trouble too frequent desire to pass it or pain in th ba k t 1 e c s a so Dnviring proof that the kidneys and bladder rrutcf order I What to DoiTnwe Is comfort In so t SwampRoxvlh in curing rheumatism pain In the partfpassinglI wine c r beer and overcomes that necessity of being compelled unpleasantI dunphe day and to get up during the night The mild and ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon I rsalirec It stands the highest for Its wonderful I cures of the most distressing cases If ycu red a medicine you should haw the- bes Sid ly druggists In SOc andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery and a book that tells more about It both sent absolutely free by mall Address Dr Kilmer nome of SwampRoot Co Binghamton N1 When writing men lion reading this generous offer in this paper Dont make an u stake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton NY on every bottle 1 Ij J Ifj C t I THERE IS A PROFIT IN PLANETED FOREST Success Depends Largely Upon Kinds ot Trees and Cultural Methods Selected Everywhere vast areas of valuable woodland are being stripped of their timber by the demands of commerce and while tho supply of lumber Is constantly diminishing the demand and the prices are constantly Increasing The primeval forest is rapidly disappearing To secure a continu ous supply of timber it must be re leased by second growth of the best species and tho best form in the short est possible time This can be done by forest management but the supply thus obtained must be supplementedI very largely by timber mercial plantations- If the tracts of forest cut over each year were permitted to make a see ond growth a future supply would be provided uaturfally but this is not generally the case The transforma tion of so large a percentage of forest land into fields and of nearly a much more through reckless lumber ing into waste land must eventually reduce the wonderful fertility of the country for no other natural agent is so active a soil Uuildcr as the for est A pure water supply for large clUes and towns and for the protec Lion of irrigation reservoirs requires extensive planting along streams and canals and on water sheds Tho profits from growing timber are certain and farsighted business men i are recognizing the possibilities for conservative and highly profitable in vestment in forest plantations More and more railroads and other cor i porations and farmers throughout the country are establishing commercial plantations to supply the timber for their own needs or for commercial profitFinancial profits in commercial forIest planting can best be obtained the selection of species which will produce the most valuable product In the least time Many planters not aware howevr that each kindi of tree has a definite geographic and and climatic range beyond which it will not grow with sufficient vigor to justify its use for commercial planting Each region has certain trees that are 1 adapted to it It is in eslecting the thllllthejudgment it the venture is to be sueI essful Mistakes are not only extremely costly but they may notbe found out for a number of years Any one who has observed the great number of plantations in the west which have not met tho planters expectations can readily appreciate the necessity for definite knowledge on this subject The forest service has investigated problems of tree planting and has recently issued planting circulars on the trees best adapted for timber production in the United Suites These circulars give a general description of the tree and its uses they also give detailed Instructions In regard to- the methods of propagation planting cultivation and care Among these trees may be mentioned the following White pine red pine Scotch pine jack pine western yellow pine European larch Norway spruce white elm chestnut honey locust hackberryi cottonwood shagbark black locust and basswood Special leaflets on the eucalyptus and on fencepost trees have also been issued These publications can be secured free upon application to the forest service Jamestown TerCentennial Ex position ORFOLK VA APRIL 26 TO NO VEMBER 30 1907 Rates from Beaver Dam Ky SEASON EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30 Inclusive Final return limits Dec 15 1907 Rates for round trip 3045 60DAYS EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30ln elusive Final return limits Sixty 60- days from date of sale not to exceed December 15 1907 Rates for round- trip 2870 15DAYS EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 19 to November 30 inclusive Final return limits 15- days from date of sale not to exceed December 15 Rate for round trip 2360 COACH EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 25 1007 and OJ- tach Tuesday from April 30 to November 26 1907 inclusive Final return limits Ten days from date of- sale Rate for round trip 1620 J E WILLIAMS Agent Notice to Teachers On August 17 1907 I will hold an examination to select appointees to- the Kentucky State Normal School To become eligible to appointment the applicant must mako a general average of 75 per cent with no grad On any subject under 65 per cent Please carefully note also the following regulations of tho Normal Executive Council Applicants must bo of good chaarc ter and not less than 16 years of agpi ti J t1 J j 1 IiitMf Jri l I t k There is no maximum age limit Only teachers or persons who desire to prepare for teaching will be ollgi blo to appointment to free tuition Eligible applicants for free instruc tion holding Stato Diplomas State Certificates County Certificates Cer tificates of Graduation from high schools or Common School Diplomas may bo appointed without examination provided the number of applicants holding such evidences of fitness does not exceed the number of free schol arships for the county If the number of applicants exceeds the number of free scholarships ap portioned to the county and all hold either a State Diploma State Certif icate County Certificate Certificate of Graduation from high schools or Common School Diplomas the appointment should be made as follows Persons holding State Diplomas shall be awarded scholarships first Stato Certificates second firstclass County Certificates third second class County Certificates fourth third class County Certificates fifth Cer tificates of Graduation for high schools sixth and Common School diplomas seventh In the number of applicants exceeds th number of free scholarships and none holds tho certificates or diplomas men Boned above or if some do not then the County Superintendent will hold competition examination and will award the free scholarships to those making the highest average If the number of applicants is less than the number of free scholarships apportioned to the county those who hold one of the kinds of certificates or diplomas enumerated above maybe appointed without examination while those who do not hold such owl deuces of qualification will be exam Ined to determine whether they are ready to avail themselves or the course of study offered by the State Board J M DEWEESE- S C S Ohio Co When there is the slightest indica tion of indigestion heart burn flatulence or any form of stomach trouble take a little Kodol occasionally and you will be afforded prompt relief Codol is a compound of vegetable acid and contains the juices found in a healthy stomach Kodol digests what you eat makes your food do you good Sold by all druggists m SCOW WAS ONCE RUN BY WAVE MOTION Remarkable Invention of Maine Genius Now Mere Scrap Heap The result of ten years of brain Iwork by late Jerome Brewer in honI or of whose grandfather the city of I Brewer was named lies in a shape less scrap heat on the southern shores of Brewers pond in the town of OrI Jngtoii near the Bucksport line When afloat and doing duly as a carrier of kiln wood across Brewers pond to the pornt where it could be hauled to tho brickyards the invention was really a selfpropelling scow that owing to Brewers invention could make headway against wind and current A windmill set high nmldship operated a screw propeller at the stern and was able to drive the scow into the teeth of a gale A pendulumlike arrangement sumo near to realizing the dream of perpetual motion The hull of the scow consisted of iron supported from two stout uprights one- at each side amidships being lifted tar enough from the outer wooden shell to permit it to vibrate every time the craft rose or fell on the wavesAs the undulatory motion of the scow was communicated to tho huge eavy pendulum a cog wheel at the point of attachment where the pendulum joined the supporting upright revolved at the rate set in motion anothersubmerged porpellcr that was operated independently of the wind Thus though not a breath of wind wa stirring Brewer could furl the sails of his windmill and with no impulsive energy save what he obtained from tho rise and fall of the waves could navigate his craft across the pond at a rate of three or four miles an hour When the baby is teething it Is- cross and restless it becomes feever Ish and in many cases vomits a great deal and oftentimes cannot eVen keep- cool water on the stomach All the delicate little organs of the stomach are affected bringing on colic and di arrhoea Cascaaweet for babies and children makes the stomach right and allays inflammation and prevents irritation iCascasweet makes baby hap iy and well Sbldby all druggists The Raking of The Green Many years agd there was observed a unique custom In the little town of Guilford Connecticut On one day in- the fall oflthe yed the women of the greenEach cbWto i t ak RIISINESSCOLLEGES ARE FAILURES 1 j C commercial school dociditur throw money a catalogue eter issued by a lfa worthless tralnlnz some cheap school BHTAKT BTBATXON BUSINESS COLLEGE LouUrlU Inc colored ribbons It was a day of fete and it was called The Raking of the GreenThen with song and laughter and with many a jest this band of women cleaned the village green of all the leaves and refuse and dirt of a years accumulation When the Job was done they adjourned to the Town Hall where they were Joined by their hus bands and brothers and village fathers A public banquet celebrated occasionWhile was not the first char tered Village Improvement Associa tion in the country it was probably at that time the most enthusiastican had perhaps the largest attendance New Haven Connecticut can rightly claim the first effort in Village Im provement while Stockbridge Massa shusettesshould be remembered as of fering the scond More than a hundred years ago James Hillhouse of Now Haven or ganized what he called the Public Green Association He raised fifteen hundred dollars for grading the green and for planting elms One man Is said to have donated five gallons of rum for this purpose James Hill house was also United States Senator for twenty years Almost every one had forgotten what he did at Washing ton but no one Is ever likely to forget his services in making the city of New Haven classic by the beauty of Natures Gothic architecture The whole country owes him a debt of gratitude that can only be paid by planting elms in his memory H D Ward in Womans Home Companion- for August Wise Counsel From the South I want to give some valuable ad vIce to those who suffer with lame back and kidney trouble says J R Blankenship of Beck Tenn I have proved to an absolute certainty that Electric Bitters will positively cure this distressing condition The first bottle gave me great relief and after taking a few more bottles I completely cured so completely that It becomes a pleasure to recommend this great remedy Sold under guarantee at all druggists drug store Price 5 S udu Bean Always Bought Signature pot A Soldiers Life A soldiers life is a weary life A weary life you know For just as he down to rest He hears the bugle blow Ho stands inspection at guard mount And then his work begins Of two hours on acid four hours off Until nine next day it ends- He bucks for orderly all he can And then is filled with grief When with a rusty gun he stands A chance of third relief The Sargent puts on his post And then your away And he turns out the guard for C A And officer of the day And after six oclock at night As the sunset gun does sound He goes at once to his patrol On which he makes four rounds i Every time he makes a round And finds nothing in his way- He reports to the Corporal of the guard That everything is O K And next day he is an old guard At eight oclcck his work begins Of sawing wood or polishing up Until the boat comes In- When tho sunset gun is fired And retreat is oer The officer of the day Comes to the guardhouse door The Sargent meets him and salutes And then doth insure At twelve oclock the bugle blows And then we go to dine Supper comes at five oclock And bedtime comes at nine At a m we get up Sometimes against our will But we know It is just two hours Until Artillery drill And then at seven oclock We hear aBsembly blowj f refall in lndliuble ranks l 1 In small cltlw and town beMuse i 1 Is not a turnei population to school 2 SuchschoolsareususUycenducted by persons who aro NOT or who make a practice to travel about and defraud 3 There their patrons are Jew If any opportunities for p their graduates to secure employment In such j4 The THOROUGH business oofeges are located In thelarser cities and are con ducted by persons who are qualified 5 The graduates of business colleges In ortowns can not secure JI rnentlnlargecltleswhenthrownincompeLitton r- hl class schools as men no SendfnithefinesTht88 before to away your R at JCy I cl C tho was CASTORrth lies him presentAnd five There tl MAGAZINE 1 A e 1 RLDZRSDt 8U1ft = b ttlulyt7lascale i aooctiaMIIwdartkla abort CaffooMud t alleLe Far Wewayt t CAJCESA deYOted J1I t tilde t wOlkofmateur a Jar t photogntphen ROAD OP ATHOUiAWD WO DER3taboekofTS C1YI ng t 120 coW photognPluW 75pidurcMpw ipefc to end Orp TomS3a5iAll for I 150 ABB n olden to SUNSET XAGAZIflfB Flood dmc Sea Ftadxo I WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL AD t THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN i BotH One Year FOR ONLY 150The Presidential election is ap proaching Times have changed t That is all Mr Watterson is a Democrat and has always been The CourierJournal is oingto support the ticket And there yon t have it- Send t your order for this combina tion to usnot to the CourierJour nal The regular price of the week ly CourierJournal alone is iW yeart l f TIVEREMEDY RHEUMATISMLtlfmbqZiaga IU Tacit II- IUtHTNfI DMmet fGIVES RELIEF rjjastuntresults are being effected by taking It In ternally purifying the blood dissolving the poisonous substance and removing from the system DRSDLANDOf Brewton Oa writes yearIwithleas and tried all the remedies that 1 could Bather from medical work and oleo consulte- dwtbanumberotthebeetph7lcIens but found that the relief obtawed from pnoClceforDM O L GATES Hancock Minn write i AllUlefrlberehachucbawekbaekeaaJOd i by HbeumaUim and Kidney that ahe could not itand on her feet Tee ther areamwIWttieruorodbdu well sad bapPI Lu caw b- eprescribeevitois1 for aadnio It practiceFREE RheumatismLumbago Trouble or any kindred dIsease writs to us for atrial bottle of 5DROPS PURELY VEGETABLE opiumcocaine t and other similar ingredients Large else Bottle sDI ep BeeBoess DruggistsWANOYAMEYNIATNIYREIOMPANY rlJ Depa4 1T4Lake StreitQklesgo JF t tifjAnd then to the battry we go yearsUnless f i r cayghtHeComposed and written by private comvahytcoastArtUlery jI Ix- r 1 t L r n b V L t- zP lA y 64r ajz JIM IIARWS SCOTT FREE Prosecution Quits Because Witnesses Failed to Appear Judge Moody Forces Trial to Be gin With Only 20 of 60 Witnesses Present Jim Hargis was acquitted of the charge of procuring the murder of Dr Cox at Sandy Hook last Saturday the verdct of the Jury being render ed under instruction from Judge Moody one of Gov Beckhams ap pointees to return such a verdict This action was taken following Judge Moodys action in forcing the trial to proceed with but 20 of the 60 Com monwealth witnesses being present the absent ones including many of the most important ones The prosecuting attorneys said it would be a farce to go into trial without having evidence to corrobor ate thp stories of Asbury Spicer and John Smith Special Judge Moody accordingly instructed the Jury to find the defendant not guilty and Hargis was released from custody This marks the close of the prosecution of Judge Hargis for the whole sale Breathitt murders which has car ried him through four trials and which has cost him many thousands ofdollarsThe cf Judge Hargis In criminal procedure and his convic tion in the civil courts is considered a strange result He is nevertheless now free of murder chargesthe Cox killing being the last for which ho was to have been tried Dr B D Cox was assinated on the streets of Jackson April lit 1902 while going to the Arlington Hotel to attend a patient Asbury Spicer and John Smith have since confessed to the murder their stories dove tailing in almost every particular except as to who fired the fatal shot In June 1906 when the trial of Hargis for bail in Jackson in the Cox case was in progress Asbury Spicer confessed to assisting in the assassination of Cox saying he Abner and Smith were hid under a shed of a stable on Judge Hargis premises and that Elbert Har gis a brother of James Hargis was standing on the street a short distance away and signaled them with a lan tern of the approach of Dr Cox As Cox walked down the street he was shot and mortally wounded After the shooting the confessors say that the three men walked over to the yard of Judge Hargis residence where Judge Hargis Elbert Hargis Ed Callahan and others were standing and reported their deed Yes boys you made him bellow like a bull Judge Hargis is alleged to have said addressing Spicer Smith and Abner The following July 22 Town Mar shall James Cockrell of Jacksonwas shot at Jackson from the court house and near the Hargis store He was taken to Lexington where he died in a hospital On May 4 1903 James B Marclmn an attorney at Jackson was assassinated while standing in the court house door Confession of John Smith Asbury Spicer Curtis Jett and others have implicated mefibers of the Hargis clap in alloCfhese mur ders Hargis wastAviCe tried in Fayette county for tftekllling of Jim Cockrell The firjjrinl resulted in a hung Jury and last one in acquittal by a Tcounty Jury summoned to Fay rte In July 1906 Hargis was tried in BeattyviHe for Marcums murder and acquitted The Sandy Hook Proceed ing is the last chapter of the Hargis prosecution in the criminal courts Asbury Spicer was never indicted because he turned States evidence and the charge against John Smith was filed away for the sumo reason The Cox case was taken to Elliott county on a change of venue TIle damage suit of the Cox heirs against Judge Hargis and others is yet to be tride in the Fayette Clrmult Court Cured of Lung Trouble flIt Is now eleven years since I had a narrow escape from consumption writes C O Floyd la leading busi ness man of Kershaw S C I had run down in weight to 135 pounds and coughing was constant both by day and by night Finally I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and continued this for about six months when my cough and lung trouble were entirely gone and I was restored to my normal weight 170 pounds Thousands of persons are healed ev ery year Guaranteed by all druggists drug store50c and 100 Trial bottle free PO 6httolOf United Stites Near iii 100000000 FIgures are published by the census office showing that the populaI ton of the United States is increasing steadily and enormauslyandIthat it hs now t i J QQ y What Ails Youf 1hav burn belching of gas acid risings in throat after eating stomach gnaw or burn foul breath dizzy spells poor or variable appetite nausea at times and kindred symptoms If jcnNj ve any considerable number of tb bovesjwijtoma you an suffering from n liver with indigestion pe Me si ic n moss v nabs n- ro ca cence tot cure of I Is a nos efficient liver Invigorator stomach took bowel regulator and nerve strengthener The Golden Medical Discovery U not a patent medicine dr secret nostrum a full list of Its Ingredients being printed on its bottlowrapper and attested under oath A glance at its formula will show that It contains no alcohol or harmful habitforming drugs It Is a fluid extract made with pure trlploroflnod glycerine of proper strength from the roots of the following native American forest plants viz Golden Seal root Stooo root Black Cherrybark Queens root Bloodroot and Mandrake root- followlnzThe leading medical authorities among a host of others extol the foregoing roots for the cure of just such ailments as the abore symptoms Indfcate ProTB Bartholow PaJprofkdwIDMOhlcalro Prof John King M D Author of American Dispensatory P Joe M Scud der M D c Medicines Prof Laurence Johnson M D Med Dope Dntr of N YI Prof Finley Trillzw ood D Author of Materia Medics and Prof In Bennett Medl cal College Chicago Bond name and ad dress on Card to Dr B V Pierce Buf falo N Y and receive free booklet giving extracts from writings of all above medi cal authors and many others endorsing In the strongest possible terms each and every In gredient of which Golden Medical Discover Is composed 9 Dr Pierres Pleasant Pellets regulate and Invigorate stomach liver mad bowels They be used In conjunction with Golden Medical Discovery If bowels are much constipated Theyre tiny and sugarcoated mark The enumerated and esti mated population for the continental United States for 1906 is given as 83941510 and the continent and insular possessions including Alaska the enormous figure of 93182240 There has been a general increase in density of population from 26 to the square mile to 28 and the population of the cities has Increased much more rapidly than that of the country The general increase of population since 1900 was only 88 per cent but the increase of the urban population name ly that of incorporated towns was 159 per cent And this increase was still gore marked in the large cities the increase in cities over 50000 in population being 163 per cent DTNAMYTE rFED INTOI THRESHING MACHINES j Concealed in Bundle of Wheat by Raiders and Fed In Wlthj out Detection Hopkinsville Ky July 18The threshing machine of John Fields which was being operated on the farm of Dr Word near Oak Grove was al most demolished this morning by dy namite which had been hidden in the bundles of wheat and was unsuspect ingly fed by the hands into the ma chine There were three sparate ex plosions and the interior mechanism of the thresher was unfit for fur ther use Two negroes who were working about the machine were blown some distance away and one of them John Garrott suffered a broken leg and other injuries The other negro was not seriously hurt Dr Word is one of tile largest farmers in Christian county and is not a member of the Farmers Asso ciation Fields also Is not a member of the organization and it is said that he had been warned that he must not thresh Dr Words wheat There is no clew to the perpetrator of the outrage The community is greatly inv censedA clean cooling sooth ing healing household remedy is Do Witts Carbolized Witch Hazel Balve For burns cuts scratches bruises insect bites and sore feet It is un equaled Good for Piles Beware of imitations Get DeWitts It is the best Sold by all druggists m Commercial Teachers Wanted If you want constant employment at salaries from 50 to 150 u month you can get it by preparing yourself to I teach Bookkeeping and Shorthand or Bookkeeping and Penmanship and it requires a comparatively short time to get ready for a good position of this kind We cant suply the demand for Commercial teachers Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green Ky I MYSTERY OF THE RIVER NILE How Water in the River is Regulated for Harvesters And Now Another TwentyThree- Feet is to U Added to the Great Dam at Assouan Every morning from a little room of a great white house on the eastern shore of the Nile at Assouan is clicked by telegraph to Cairo the ques tion How much water The an swer comes so many thousand gal lons less A button is pressed the water which flows under the iron bridge at Cairo is increased or di minished some ten days later in ac cordance with the telegraphic answer and the intervening valley between Assouan and Cairo has a little more or a little less water on its surface The man at the button may bring Joy or sorrow to thousands of little farmsIt is all according to the mes sage he receives From the great white house there extends across the river a granite wall or dam 150 feet high Half way up this wall and stretching its en tire length a line of shutters opens or closes by the pressure of the button In the winter months a huge lake ex pands to the southward which has every appearance of being a flood for In certain places the tops of palm trees are discernible above its sur face and the summits of inundated ruins apparently mark the sites of sunken cities As the days go by and Cairo demands more and more water the palm trees and the ruins seems to rise from their watery beds until In June and early July the river flows freely with all its historic indo lenceStill the cry for water Is insatiable and now the 150 feet of granite wall will be lengthened by 23 feet which will double the power of the man at the button and after that no more palms or ruins will unfold them selves as the hot months come from the surface of the lake The palm trees will not be missed but what of the ruins That is the tribute of the past which modern agricultural Egypt is called upon to pay Just South of the granite wall is the island which holds the amphibi ous ruins Twentythree feet of granite now stands between it and oblivion It is named Philae and it is the bur lal place of Osiris A temple of 14 columns rises on its eastern banks and on its western is the great temple of Isis begun by Ptolemy Phlla delphus and added to by the Roman emperors Its front is in the form of popylon before which is an court bounded by two expansiveII column sides of which shirt are many nails and chambers of curl ous and fantastic design The whelm ing waters of the winter months have already begun their work Floors have sunken columns fallen and walls crumbled The twentythree addition al feet of granite will complete the I work of devastation Phitas and its ruins will never again feel the sum of EgypIirrigationwas a mistake But will the 23 addi tional feet to the summit of the wall j which will forever bury Philae complete the work Will the man at the bottom in the great white bouse ever have the power that Joseph had to direct increase or diminish the flow of the river Joseph had no Asj souan dam and no shutters to manipulate by the pressure of a button Inj whattherefore did his power to make Egypt perennially fertile consistN- Y Times How to Cure Chilblains- To enjoy freedom from chilblains writs John Kemp East Ottofield Me I apply Ducklins Arnica Sane Have also used it for salt rheum with excellent results Guaranteed to cure fever sores indolent ulcers piles burns wounds frost bites and skin diseases 25c at all druggists drug i storeIA Freak of the Types A prominent young couple had been married and the editors of the I town paper was excepted to say some thing nice about the wedding After i i 000000000000 oTT++ The effect of malaria lasts a lonfrtim You catch cold easily or become runt down because of the effects of malaria Strengthen yourself wjj Sco1ir Emulsion It builds new blood and tones up your net us system ALL DRUGGISTS leoc AND 81OO OOHOOH MOM O V it j laboring for sometime in producing a suitable write up ho sent it to the printers The forceman got the mark et reports and the wedding notice mixed and the editor took to hard drink when ho read the following paragraph in his paper Then came the maid of honor the cousin of the bride wearing a dress of white trulle with diamond ornaments and tile was closely fol lowed by a small bunch of Montana sheep which bleated most piteously as they were driven on board and shipped to the winter hotels in Ber mudea They will be cut in train and slightly decollette and after the remainder of the party had reacher the rail the minister said in a solemn and impressive voice I cannot bid more than 612 cents for state veals but cablegrams from London quote rcfrighted beef at a price that will enable me Jo pay 490 for a car of Indianbeeves and hearing this there was a rush for the young married couple and the bride fell into the arms of her father who is known to bear a striking resemblance to a Connecticut ox weighing 1875 pounds The market here took an upward turn and advanced 1 to 2 cents and the guests who num bered about 200 were served a Bumptious dinner at the house of the bride Dad scik headaches biliousness or constipation are quickly relieved by DeWitts Little Early Risers Small pill sure pill safe pill prompt and pleasant in action Sold by all drug gists ni SKULL CRUSHED WITH BAYONET Deed Charged to Kentucky Soldier Returning From Jamestown John Arnold a bridge carpeuterum ployed by the L II and St L rail road company lies at his home at Sam ple in a serious condition as a result of being struck on his head by a bayonet Thursday while standing on a trestle near Brandenburg watching the train currying the soldiers of the Third Kentucky regiment to their homes from the Miunestown exposi tionit is aleged that a soldier leaned out of the train window and with his bayonet delivered a hard blow on Ar nolds head Arnold was repairing the bridge and he moved aside to one of the safety platforms to let the train pass There was another workman with him and had it not been for him Arnold would have fallen from till trestle after he wiis hit Arnold was put on the train and removed to his home at Sample A physician was summoned and it was found necessary to remove several pieces of shattered bone from his skull Arnolds recovery Is doubtful On the special train were companies from Owensboro Henderson Central City and Madisonvlle None of the members of Company C tile local company know anything about the injury to the man There is much indignation over the affair and it is understood that the matter will be fully investigated by the railroad com pany Owensboro Messenger 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 moving the bowels Contains Honey and Tar and tastes nearly as maple syrup Children like it SoldI by all druggists 111I Greek as an Antidote for Bridge Mrs Henry Cabot Lodge seems to have found an antidote for bridge ob serves the New York Press It is noth ing less than study of Greek Mrs Lodge is spending the summer in an oldfashioned inviting spot near Xu hant and she has succeeded in inter esting fifteen young women in tile racking pastime of exploring Greek dictionaries A Harvard professor is instructor of the class and tnree af ternoons a week he holds forth on theIwide shaded reach of the Lodge da Here the young women discuss lemonadelanding and uiprofiuiblu aenutud cf tel bridge table Among the members of the class are the two pretty daugh ters of Clarence Moore two Swift heiresses of Chicago and the daugh ters of Thomas Nelson rage All of the students pored over Greek in school days but confess now that they studied mechanically and without appreciation of the subject There are frequent applications for admission to the class and Mrs Lodge welcomes all corners I CXOBEABean fifeThe Kind You Ha fl Always Bcught Bignatut c x The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has bcem in use for oer 30 years has borne the signature or and has been ma 1e under his per Gkcz sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in thls0 All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIACas- toria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Path goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Its contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotics substance Its age Is its guarantee It destroys Worm and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhea and Windi Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE OINTAUB COMPANY TT MURMAV BTfiCCT Mew YOlls C- ITYOUR f r l CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald1J25T- HE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 2 SO THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocratH 376- THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 25 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek OwensboroInquireT 3 15 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer ei 70 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 17f THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICANCapital Surplus Profitsl25QD atertoCome in DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alvin RoweBurch Felix Jim Polk Stevens zWayne Gritfln r o Owar3 AA AAA coQ AAAAA0Q o o o oQ c 0Q Q n 41 Ufc 0 TILLERS OF THE SOIL Iifr 1 t4 Will Make no Mistake by Visiting the Reliable bf 4andWell Known Firm ofha41 WILLIAMS MILLER ftil For anything they needon the farm They it = handle Plows of all kinds and makes Disc Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows riding and b3 Ifl walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes and t- Implies for young folks and old folks wCl = In Addition= We have the bet equipped shop in Ohio county = fl fitted with the latest improved machinery andap ifc = pllanoes and besides all kinds of general Blacksmith b ing can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other b- fishops cannot do at all Everything at very modery = ate prices i 1 t 4WIII Ai1IS NIILLER o 4i BEAVER DAM A ENTUCKY Y b i tn 1w- Itiz i I l t i4 Yto y 4- L oa 1 u + J Hartford Republican t iMuedbythe Hartford ToblUblng CotnpaI- MOOBPODAVED awviam rEdi r + 1r2tzrPxzoxrsls Oumbrlassd 34 oucb nsrer Mt 12 FRIDAY JULY 2- 0xaminflttle1abelonyour f paper If Itenot us REPUBLICAN TICKET c For Governor t AUGUSTUS E WILLSON of Louisville For LieutenabtGovernor W IiooX Of Mason County w For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT Of Christian County For Auditor T FRANK P JAMES Of Mercer County For State Treasurer r CAPT ED FARLEY Of McCracken County For Secretary of State DR BEN L BRUNER- Of Hart County h For Supt of Public Instruction J G CRABBE Of Boyd County Commissioner of Agriculture M J RANKIN Of Henry County For State Senator J W WRIGHT T1or Muhlenburg County For Representative DR J A DUFF Sulphur Springs Precinct j Auditor and Candidate linger is be- Ing called upon to explain how he happened to let the late County Clerk of Jefferson county default tooth State about 50000 It is said that the amount collected from the State dog tax in one year under the pretense of paying the own ers of sheep killed by dogs would lar for all the sheep so killed in ten years The Hartford Herald is opposed to a nonpartisan judiciary for Kefltuck because the Ohio county Rep bllcan Fiscal Court did not keep Mr Tom Wallace a Democrat in the positio of poorhouse keeper The Louisville Evening Post Is supporting Taft for President and Ma or Blngbam to succeed himself ns Mayor presumably that Mayor Bingham may help carry Loulsvlle and Kentucky against Taft should he be nominated next year Attorneys who represented the Commonwealth in the recent Sandy Hook farce have given out a signed state ment which was published in yes terdays CourierJournal In which they characterize the action of special Judge Moody in turning Hargis loose with out a trial as one of the grates judicial wrongs ever committed In the State While Governor of Kentucky W O Bradley repeatedly requested Democratic legislatures to pass an act lilac ing the Asylums and other Charltabl Institutions of the State under con trol of nonpartisan boards thi giving half control to the Democrats although they were all under the man agement of Republicans He hud no appolntemnts to make In the judiciary except in case of vacancies the law giving the Governor power to appoint special judges having boot passed since he went out and for the special use of cDckham in creating his machine When the Kentucky troops were mustered for the Spanish war three out of the four Colonels appoint ed by Gov Bradley were Democrats The Republican State platform for 1907 that is this year demands a nOD partisan judiciary compelled by law This issue cannot be escaped mis representing loaner RepublicanGO- frnors The sooner Democratiepaper- of the Hartford Herald caliber flat this out the better tor them Last Friday at Sandy Hook Jin Hargis charged with conspiracy te assassinate Dr Cox was turned lOOSE without a trial when evidence of hit guilt could have been procured Iron two confessed coconspirators pf un questioned veracity coroberated bl many other direct and clrcumstancla facts At Georgetown next ilonda Caleb Powers who has languished li jail for more than seYen years wit be put on trial for conspiracy to as sassinate Wm Goebel He will b prosecuted without mercy by hlra attorneys employed by Gov Bockhan and paid out of the u collects from the taxpayers of ibeState Tbi Bnly evidence of guilt which will hi produced or whrcbihaaeYer been pr- dfror r 4 rdrt I duced against Powers has come anlt will come from the lips of indtvldu many of whom have already confess that they were hired to testify to tlse stories and paid out of the 100000 corruption fund appropriated outof the taxpayers money by the Legls Vire Hargis has never knoWn Ithe Inside of a prison cell nptwlthsta d JIg ho has been indicted for IlroQ1r lug the assassination not of one mu I but three men all of whom were 3nl ment citizens of Ureathltt couiG He has never been exoo n t ocneys itired l1Y Jelat1nRUF t meniassasaltiatea andn evide cf i sses ytfio volunteered thl lr presence injcottfct iHeafe never b n tried except by a jury of parti n political rrfeml aDd in courts press ed over by the same character t ot judges Hfllv different In the Powors case He ha Always had to tnce a jury and court of partisan politic opponents andcbuibattHe evidence witnesses hired and raid by the prosecution out of tfte 100000 persecutl fund Many other disadvantages hae been thrown in Caleb towers pati way which have been unknown to and unheard of by Hargis Truly can It be said that justice is equally and Impartially administered in KentuckY NO WORSE GOVERNED STATE The failure to convict Jim Harg in the various sham trials which he has had pity be laid at no other dbo r than that of the ExettitlvcfWaneilc nt Frankfort Governor Beckham h5 ft appointed everY special Judge nd the result of each effort might JUT been Burmlsed by his selectloiTlU eich case The CourierJournal shows Its disgust in the following language The outcome of the trial of 11m Hargis at Sandy Hook ended as was Expected Iii this outofway hole In the hills there was every concelvab circumstance against aneffectlve prose uton Witnesses were absent and Inaccessible means of communicatlc and transportation were such as to cause every degmi and kind of dela the attorneys for the Commonwealth were put In the attitude of fightiiiKfi itfhange of scene back to Urealhi county or see the case terminate n farce They fought for the changeft postponement Thdy were overtUila That settled thq chances for comic Lion As a matter of form the Judg gave directions for the acquittal of B r- gis The jury obeyed The corned was over And again is Illustrates the fact there is no worse governed State in the Union than Kentucky 4 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENEIWEN The late session of the Leglslatu I oted to submit ate coming November Jctlon to the people of Ken Lucky a Constitutional Amendment of ecting the qualification of voters The scheme is another aid to debauching elections by requiring a tax receIpt beIthe man who is willing to sell his ote or his right to vote can slmpl dispose of his tax elptThls ar rangement which is in force in Tennessee and other Southern States Is known to open a wide field for corruption For this reason we are opposed to it We are opposed to flon another ground however It is a slat atthe poor man What right have we to disfranchise man simply be aiise he may have had misfortunean Is thereby unable to pay taxes The man may have fought in his young manhood to preserve his country and Its honor He may have paid hundreds or thousands of dollars in taxes in other prosperous days but now he is to be denied a voice in the gov ernment which he fought to main ain It is a vicious unfair propps I Lion and should meet with overwhel ruing defeat j This scheme was submitted by a Democratic legislature which would no doubt have enacted It Into law- without that formality had It Bees j In its power i PERTINENT QUESTIONS I Wednesdays Louisville Herald con- talus the following very timely que Lions for the Democratic Candida Itor Governor and no doubt the peopl i will anxiously await his answers If former County Clerk W J S i nonln is short how could that b i without it being known to State Auditor S W Hager who is Semonlns superior officer and Gov Beckharas per onal choice for Governor t IfSemonin is 8hqrtwhy did Hager the Democratic nominee use ever Influence he could brIng to bear ti have him reappointed If Semonin Js short and he is re- quiredI under the law to make monthly settlements with the Auditor tjpi could he become 50000 or nearly l- Iqunrter of a years receipts in arrears without tie StaieAudItor know- Ing itt if Semonin is short could it be thp Auditor Hager was npt aware the In October 1905 Jt was common till on the streets that iSemaaln was Ujr 40000 short If Semonin is short can It be ibr I Hager did not know that in October i 1905 examiners were in the city Ha sears hng for scope data to be ue- In s i checking up SejnonijjB books I IfS minln w been abort fOrft east t aYeras did prnotkno 3f1 1kt I 11 i0 fIt and if he did not wb hotJ d I If Semonin is sh rhwhy was Auditor Hager seen to come ln o the COurt tot Appeals chamber during the argu- mentI in the contest cases arihIn am r with Semouln and thereby lend his j support to the efforts of the Count Clerk to retain his position thepubljIt not discovered sooner t I l Is the public not entitled to know I these things Miry Hager lI NoticeI I It is very Important that I know at all times just whore the Ohio county graders are Hence those usii toII I will have Pldase dont foil to comply with the above G A RALPH I Road and Bridge Commissioner foi Ohio county I 62tf I OfflOCOUNTIANSSINSPEIJI MISSOURI ZINC MINES They Recently Purchased Slack in Company Owning VilI uable Property j t L Messrs John T Moors and R E Lee Slmmerman Hartford and Messr E R and John H Barnes Beaver Dam returned tram Joplin Missouri lost Saturday after a weeks Inspection of Old Times Lead and Zinc Cos plan and mineral holdings in that city I These enterprising Ohio together with Mm E P wunttansI recently purchased an I companys holdings and it wria to investigate the scope and value of the property that they went They report everything above expectations and are highly pleased with their Investment The mines are being operated and last week the output Id to over 200000 worth of amountIi and Lead are the most asf well as chief product of the mines ind it is said that few mines pro luclng richer ore exist Some excellent specimens were brought back n- I RENDER I July 3R J Engleby Jr Herrin m is visiting his parents Mr und Mrs R J Engleby Sr- T C Dupont of Wilmington Del aware and Wm Dupont of Johnson town Pa visited Mr Simon pone SaturdayeIMiss Virginia Cobb has returned to at Sacramento utter a pleasi ant visit to Miss Nellie Harris Miss Eliza Carter has returned from Island after a visit to relatives Simon Jones was in Central City Thursday on business Charles Millard and Clarence Bosket went to Harrisburg Ill Friday I Miss Nellie Harris visited in Central I City SundaIJohn S yesterday Miss Eddie Roll has gone to Hender son where she will enter school Mrs J S Spence is on the sick list j at this writing Mr and Mrs K Pierce left today for their home in Herrin Ill after In three weeks visit to relatives and 1 friends here I aState Press on the Hargis Farce MURDER UNAVENGED Judge James Hargis has been treed from the last charge of ding against him Twice his aCClult1 al resulted after long drawnout tri i nls while in the last case the trial I the to find him at1tornesI they intended to withdraw from the case because certain Important witnesses for the commonwealth could not be secured- it eeems to the layman that this case of all the Breathltt murder cases should have been tried and thoroughly sifted and if it had been found 1m Impossible to convict James Hargis his connection with the foul ossossi nations of three prominent men would have been again strongly emphasized Jas Hargis former Czar of Breath Iflt county may or may not be guilty instigating his mountain despera does to murder Dr B D Cox James Cockrell and James B Marcum Two juries have declared him not guilty after trial but everybody cannot see at the jurors saw Be Hargis guilty or not guilty the murders of three men are unavenged1 save for the incarceration L in the penitentiary of Curt Jell the vertiable w11 dogotthe mountains and Torn White a poor reakmiMed tool easily swayed by t a man of stronger intellect t Three men have been murdered i- nerlaod in a county in Kentucky- asl UieitfNJt bt plots laid agalBat them bffellow men Some t master tnlnttJ plaBned fljese assassins jUons C rtJiitt Tom White Asbury J tocer BlliTJrltton John Smith or1 I 1ohnAbner could non + ave plan led the infinite details they dondit- knowt how They may be adTepta ih the Unp of riinrderbMt hey cannot w c 1Nl t1tA I II t P1 Barnes lDF S k Xlte 1 dver9t of July X St gests the i necessity of J getting out and parlcingX iJIt1 gaa Coat and Vest and eve1YiO d Coat stable fr iecase and mark at a puce that wil- liaturillyforce 2 its salt then j otf see these lots of 2 k Markeddown Clothing wont be able to restrain k yourself from buying Note these V big markdow- npE xf pnces x iiv Vvy1 ff 5j Dollar Suits cut to = iw 400 j- r I I Seven DoUar Suits eiiU t s 5 N r- p 475 t =Dollar Suits cat to = V I r 50i OQk I r r j EighteenDollar Suits cut to 1i = TwentyDollar Suits cut to ISJOfe ii = MILLINERY Ne i = Miss Merrie King the head trimmer in this depart 2 Ii ment will be with us another week owing to the ao k cumulation of orders which she couldnt possibly get K out by July 4th Anticipate your Hat necessities for 4 ir the entire season Visi0ur Millinery section and 4 Ii have your Hat made ready for any demand the sea 4 sons pleasures may bring forthBut remember we 4 can fix up a Hat fox time during the season 4 E and will appreciate any favors along that line J I Beaver pam Ky II 14o3I 4444444aI4aI41 1 form aplotAnd until that master mind is found and punished the blood of Cox Cockerell and Marcum will cry for vengeance Lexington Lead er HOPE FOR NEW ERA UNDER RE PUBLICAN RULE James Hargis is at last free from the menace of tbe criminal courts and may now return with an easy mindwe say nothing of a hypothetical consclencto his work ort the 1Aplots ought to be invaluable to that organization The farcial end of his trial comes just in time for the ape preaching campafgn Seriously we j feel too mentally sick of the whole horrible story that has reached travesty of justice that haS characterized it to do otherwise than dismiss H In a few words The stain of cowardly assassination must rental upon tlvs8pll of Kentucky Time may obllterajta it front memorybut mean while tipabortive efforts of justice to avenge the blood of the murdered have acggjtpllshednothing for the State but a discreditable notoriety For Attorney Byrd only commendation stiucZf9 has made a hard nl 1 1t Youra u OHairN N That s too bad I We had no ticed it was looking pretty thin andfough of late but naturally did jt like to sPeak out By jhiBb frY- a AYers Hair Vigor ill ri ular hair grower a peg feelhair tonic Thehlirstopct oplnoutnOYi fastert- I keep soft and 1 hw Ayer HajliHiVJ or cures sick brain m ikesTettong nod healthy tb lililv3tlsislaon11i1 = 1 J4 for zaart- MCs Y ee to A1Mt 001 ersJ Y MAI i I t- il I t tY t f IVOT GOOD AFTER JULY 29 FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXpoSiTION This Ballot Will Count 5 Votes 1riiss fPrt V1in properlp filled out and returned to The Republi n office Z y mail or otherwise onor before expiration ofoats ahomi above l t p fight but the cards were stacked against hlm from the beginning Ht did thriow dawn his hand until it wig revldent that Hargis and hit Ggang pqthave goof on iuttfi Jhetr1 1 t could have resulted only jrflrth j utter col lapse of tft f StateJ cas fffi lack of wisdomI dignity could be prt5efV JyW The onlycon lat IItlder the cir cumstances lies in the hope that a anirighteousnesselection of November has written as epitaph over th bujjatplace of a cor runt Democracy under an avalanche of Republican Independent and pa ouisvilleHeraldACQUITTED BUT NOT CLEARED But t oullh Judge Hargis has beer acquitted he hats not been cleared A verdict without a trial relieves Judge thfkilling whichhavej anothercbnpterln rettbata4ul la sou a county where justice not hadAat notbeenHookWas fountItarE heexpoundedtotreQutf e 1We express what hetKblUty PU I i T DRENFROWI j DENTISTA- ll 1 work in his line executed by the most improved methods Crown and bridge work a specialty All work guaranteed Office up stairs next door to Woerners shoostore Hart ford JAMES C BENNETT V0ndlr22SiIlarUrdiIy LICENSBD AUCTIONEERWill orty in Otiio c Teaso a ble Yowpatr ogesdm stand acquI tejlbut at as theile was no trial no vldetcii nb argumenthe is not cleared LoulsvHlife POSt IYITDERSWe u y JUdge Hargis was turned K Neither do we llkBthel way Inwhlcli the night rldeblt are permitted to actOwensbprb Iri ii ce v l STOPPED PLAYlNtfvpdLfTlCS And Haris Sbes frI itatter four- Years t Qt wr ln Jwfb9JeC9rts r 1t ls well fluff anfexpeIsly4a thus broughtto a flnlsh It was jJt StateagresteotmoneythaCtnigtjGtrtatietter rptlryfg I elr +lIl tke oaEotYepr i laV r ntirsj CijvR A s r- i 6 I r a n 11fI 11 NII I I i rr l1t I Shoe Talk 1 I Just a little plain commonsense Shoe I talk might turn the mind of 0me one who has had trouble in buying Good Stylish k bur3ViJVmindtr1 ours superior 3ur prices TowW 1r TRY US 3 LI 1 1 r yid M r 1 9NS IBS I Ii ADies JHq6S 1 1 A stockcomplete enough that any lady can come here and find exactly her style and fit in Vici Kid Patent Leather or Gun Met a1 Exclusive agents for- the Patrician American La dy Victoria and Priesmeyer Shoes A selection from guaranteeIan wearer I preciated Must be seen to be apt I I I i 1 I He Hartford 1 FRIDAY JULY 26 Illinois Central RailroadTime Table Noulh lionud No lK lnela80p m No 101 due J p i No 102 dnn 348 p m No tIt due 0401 in j f Mr Jf C Park Bedn was a pleas ant caller Tuesday j rot Arthur Kirk taffy called to see us Vast Saturday I J i J Mr John Smlieyifaffy was a pleas antcaller liSt Saturday 0II fa c Il i Jjpnt fall to see Barnard Cds Millend sale of Ribbon s l J Mr and Mrs Wm Fair are tile Of relatives In 1 Mrrdrlm Taylor are thb gtoWta of reletiiAsInButler coup I 10 l 1 I r S c I 4nne Iqt dental work of r tnpr i Roor rt4IWVIff l Itt ruf it J 4- I I s t Nurse spgo6driis Vmericdn y entl n1 r our Victor line orICorrect She atherIther 1ompule 1ixacdtwh dll like jthero I L lit OVRSLIPP RSI The SlfOE dquarters Republican No1E2dueb07awNpl21duallUein atBarnard CaseyCountys UlI 1Aij 1madeOur Childrens School Shoes are here you ex 1 pect to pay the cash for them Of course you are 1 ourII IY r I I Esq W S Dean ijundee was a pleasant caller Tuesday Mr William EWardof the No Greek neighborhood Called tosco us Tuesday 1 We are happy lnipakigotlnershap- py Our low prices tickle our customers CARSON CO Mrs ribrn Brldgesof Charleston MoIs thkeguestofMr7and Mrs J W Ford Judge W H Dames returned Monday from a few dayS business trip to Evansvllle Ind foiv I FOR SALE CHEAPrOne nw Studebaker Wagon Apply jaf once to the Hartford Ice Co Itf W Wear Invoicing thin week Why shpuidnt Ve be happy for theinejci two woeksY cAltSON CO I pyr S 1 MtW N Stevens iand Esq DS Chamhertln a4c Creek werc among our caller jQaday J Lot tie ina h 1 OtfGrlqg you flUfOtlr ba1ajfasduring our c n Df weokqOANi Q1- W bAvA3all agreed i bethgD1 y fdrtwa ueere 29naz d- dhdtng i JrltStiOibbrljl est- e1T II why+ jf0 i ict4 vx cr f 4iSir A JC Andej i hag begun 1 te EastHdrrttford s3ir Robeit lQarnllrd of the Be ver Danr neighborhood called t to see as i lasiSaturdayi tMr W H Wftrnlca df theVah lngton nejghbprhood called to sejsVus Ta 4urdaI xr Mrs William Lewis who has Vbefih visiting fiiqndS tt Bufordrelurnlj I wednesdayevening Jc iv ir 1 er1Irelativen2intLouts Mo n I Messrs O Davis RoyalagdJ Maddox ot thefagan ne di1 FridayI l 320 vcr d fWalton Wilson Rodes Cd Hgrlfdcls Leave your laundry at Cteve n rrd grocery Work gua antec VPfSinpt delivery Agent Richmond LauV dryas Vr q tMr and SirsivE N Morrison Eoffle JI sunlMrweek yt Dont fail to read vtjie big ad oftha Ohio County Fair Co on eighth page Tho fair is to ho better than everJhls I11JulySie about 30 Notify 1C Martin Horj ton Ky 5213 Misses Moyuu Taylor of Indian Territory and Jennie Taylor Farming ton Ky are the guests of Mrs Row I an Holbrook j Millend sale of Ribbon at Barnard j Cos No 2 to 125c per yrtrd No 12 to 60 G inches wide too per I yard All Silk I I Mrs Mary White andjjou Samuel who have been visiting the family of Cant S K Cox left Monday to visit relatives In Lexington Ky You will he happy too If you will only take advantage of our low prices some time during the next two weeks CARSON COI Mrs U S Carson who has been quite 111 at her home on Mulberry j street for the past several days is rapidly improving Her Infant son Is also getting along nicely I Capt John G Koown who has been in the railroad business In Louisiana i for the past several months Is the guest of relatives and friends In Hart1 f9Id I rMessrs iA W Bennett Nashville Tenn and G W Bennett St Joseph La were the guests of their parents Mr and Mrs J C Bennett the first of the week Mrs J A Anderson and daughter I Miss Cova returned to their home at I Owensboro Tuesday after several days visit t6 relatives and friends in and j near Hartford Supt James 11 DeWeese has fixed the date for holding the Ohio Coun ty Teachers Institute the week be ginning August 19 and closing 23 The complete program appears else where in these columns Rev John T Brown and W B Wright will begin a series of meetings in Hartford August path Special song service will be arrangodXfpr These are two eminent ministers and some able preaching will be done Miss Maymee Shown has a position as assisfariprincipal of the Fordsvllle Graded High School Miss Shown is one of the countys most successful teachers and the Fordsvllle people are to be congratulated on securing her services Mr John Wes Hocker died at the Hopklnsvllle asylum wh reho had been confined for sometime last Sat urday His remains were conveyed back to East Providence for interment Sunday Revs OJDeaIi and J Frank Baker conducted the funeral services L Mr Art Pirtlea HefJln has sold his adIjoininghe will move shortly to Hglge Jti truck farming Mr Pirtle lsohe of the best citizens in Ohio comingand we regret very much nve heavens t J Mrs RHla Williaris MililgSn vho has been1 visiting relatives atodf friends in and near HartfQrd torsetvepjl a swill leavelna twe syfor in Ipdlana after which s v a will i go to Indian lcf Jti tute- hdme with fiet tW hang tit aher na tynnd + Sroelj Vj i wftoy ore hfghlUp3nlth0dentahytpb w r Mr C w1 OQJaeyl tiiYlto rvlont a rather 1elfcate opfatloiaf office o Df K m IF6rd l UeirtfOTd ta9t- 3atufrlayt Te6oen 1 baawps ow an- abceaeWhjOJtjttIJd Qftu 1pwire do rat en wa mk1 JCoC I regnt1snd l Jtatt9 wl ex QtdJW i11-a5Aoo11ow k41l II Mrs lidella Galloway of Irvington is visiting tier neice Mrs Cr M Barnett v ft Drs A F Stanley and 0 E Richards are sojouruingi at Dawson Springs V Judge W B Taylor and Mr G A Ralph spent last Sunday In the Tay lortown neighborhood cl Mrs Kent Sandldge of Nashville Tpnn Is the guest of her brother Mr Hooker WllHnins city Miss Carrie Woerner is quite sick at her home rotfMpnlon street Itiis thought shet hrs yphpld fever icTonight at rRJnkrI am trying so hard to please you I llustrated Spot at the Telepbope The had Manat- ale of the West The Indians Re venge The Eadlrymads Jokes Keep nCosy Colner ins Your Heart for life Illustrated The school 4 bourd is replacing the old wooden steps ittt the entrance tot College groynds tvli tt a handsome- set of concrete MrTs7 Marks has the cOll rncifhe fence In front of 4ile grounds will also betbVn away and the grounds otherwise improved and beautified before school begins lSIr1 W Ford has let the con tract for the brick workin remodel ing the Hartford House to Mr T S Marks and w6 fire Informed that a three story addition will be built This will give Hartford one of the most complete hotels to be found In a town of Us size With gUild management It will be apayinganstltution Hartford certainly needs a good hotel badly The following young ladles and gentlemen made up a merry hay ride and skating party to thp rink at Williams Mines Wednesday night chaperoned by Ur and Mrs A S swell and Mrs E B Pendl ton Miss Moy ria Taylor Mr John Taylor Miss Wil lie Smith Mr Cheek Stoutstreet Miss Mary SmiihMr Clarence CaseblerMIss Maggie Marks Mr lite Sandefur Miss Lena Maddox Mr R C Porter Miss Zella Nail Mr Lo d OUrlen Miss Anna Moreland Mr E f1 Harrass anti Mr Millet The members of Co H State Guard have all returned from the Jamestown or Norlolk encampment mill report a delightful outing Not a case of serious sickness developed during the trip and Capt UeWecse Lieut Woodward and other officers deserve great credit for the excellent care which they exercised in behalf of the boys IRa uwr Tlnaley Douglas Felix Roy jHeavrln Otto Martin and G W man made a side trip to Wash IncUm City Richmond Va and other points of interest r AUTANZAS July 4Thls community was vls Iterl lust Saturday evening a good rain which was badly nee le I Mr Fred Anderson of Hartford was the guest of Miss Lois Gatton last Sunday Miss Vaden Fentressof Central City is visiting Miss Mallssa Tichenor this weeK AT Brown and wife of Rockport visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Joe Kincheloe and wife of Central City are spending this week with relatives here The lightning during the thunder storm Saturday evening struck the residence of 0 A Llndley knocking the top off one chimney and tearing a hole in the roof The family was considerably shocked but none seriously hurt Mrs Mag Tichenor and daughter Miss Mattie of Centertown are vie lUng Mrs Johnnie Bell this week Rev B F Jenkins filled his regular appointment here last Saturday and SundayProf E A Carter of this place is teaching a class in vocal music at Island I Jake Klrtley and wife of Island attended church here lost Sunday Revs B F Jenkins and H P Brown were the guests of Rev L W Tichenor and wife last Sunday Claude Myers of Render was the guest of S W Tichenor and family lost Sunday Biirnle Tichenor visited relatives at Beaver Dam last Saturday and Sunday J P Tichenor went to Beaver Dam last Monday1 Nat Llndley and little daiighterSal lie went ftf Hartford lost Monday The farmers are very busy cutting meadows this week Hands are very scarce Reduction Sale of Hogs To trittko room for large crop of pure bred DurocJersey pigs we will make some attractive prices on 60 head of common hogs consisting of sows and gilts bred and open pigs and shoat Softie of t je sows are bred lo our registered Duroc tersey bbarX BARDWBLL BARNARD Williams Mines McHenry Kyi rV M For Sale A tew cottage on Smith street East Hartford addition just erected with Jbufjraoiris Cheap for cash or I 1of WEEKSAr i CARSON CO I Beginning at 8 oclock a m Monday 29 and ending Saturday night August announcethemerriest jolliest and 110weenjoyable occasion of the year Dont i If there is ariybbclj within a hundred miles of this store who feels blue they should come here and be madeJti ppy Wear going to hold a Happy Weeks sale lastfngrttfo weeksa sale pleasantly unlike any sale you VQ ever knovn You smile air r the name and the idea 711ready And youll smile for another reason within thirty seconds from the time you enter our doors See ifyou dont Heres theReason The fruits of a uackward Hen on are overripe in our Clothing nt It will be the happiest two weeks for men ani boys that ha happened in this r country for year I A big stock of fine newlymade handtniloredCloth Jag with an the profits washed 8 away by the lute pritig ruin The prices are in 1 laifi ligilre tle relctton radical I Happy Bargains Happy style Dret goods altogether as line as ev er hilt oh the oiUerence in price Five hundred yards Lawns and Batisto lUc 13ic and 15c values but all we ask is a amile and 7Jc a yard Two hun 9 dred and fifty yards Lawnsrlatiste and Organdies that tire worth 2cc and S5c a yard anywhere but rfi you will smile when we tell you they go at only 18c 0A lot of White vissej regular value 75c per yard W but we are smilingllem away at 39c 51 I Another Sniffle r 8timelyjoin the merry throng that smile at these prices V Tic Cotton Checks for DC Tencent Apron Ging S hame for only 7ic ii2ic Dress Ginghams for lOc S Just the time ofJHidrt Ibbuy them All silk dou S bl tipped Long V Gloves twodollar quality only 139 All Silk Uoiibletipped Long White Gloves dollar quality fqr 9Bc 2 n A Smile and 10 Cents Ve have gottentmi Jher4collection of desirable r articles from all overthe store and put them on a r- I counter with a fascinating little price that must be r paid on the spot bwary customer The price r and youll smile when you see the goodswill be 2 only ten cents Youll find every article useful and 8valuablegood forl the household and good for a GtI smile whenever you use it iI Come and share this event these v strmtIenCARSON CO I1 IIitON uliAT1 DJ Hartford Kentucky s SfSSS t t tt I THE FIRS ANNUAL EXHIBITION 1 C1 s i batfi= 0 BREGKENRlDl E COUNTY fAIRE J Will be held ijt HardinsburgSept 34 and 51907 to = A premium list df 3jOoO 500 special premiums ttI = added by local businessvmeV One of the best = = equipjej and most biYatlitlfui grounds in the State = tiltfii nw i Jifr tfjj 1 J iii it A A I u R- r t Y I I JURY EXONERATES TO- I BACCO GROWERS Plant Bed Scraping Done by MischievousBoy I i Some weeks ago the CourierJouraa correspondent from Franklin Ky fur nished the paper upon what was con sidered tho best of authority an account of a plant bed scraping In Simpson county It was not the Intention to reflect upon the Dark Tobacco Growers Association and indeed no mention was made of the organization in the article for in common truthfulness no character of lawlessness has or can be charged to the members In Simpson county Howe er the recentlyadjourned session of the grand Jury Investigated the depredation in question and in submitting a report to Judge Sandidge said among other things We devoted especial attention to the Investigation of certain rumors which have been circulated to the effect that tobacco beds have been scraped and certain depredations committed along this line which the CuorlerJournal through its news Columns attributed to the Dark Tobacco Growers Association We found that the plant bed which had been tampered with was located in the northeastern portion of the county and is owned by Mr John Garrett We also ascertained that in this portion of the county no dark tobacco is grownthat the type of tobacco grown in this section is the onesucker variety and that there Is not a member of the Association liv ing within five miles of the plant bed The manner of the depredation Indicates that some mischievous boy went to the plant bed and did what was done as the bed was not scraped and plants only dug up here and there A great many of the plants were not injurled at all We have done everything in our power to ascertain who did this but have been unable to ascertain as Mr Garrett who is a cropper states that he had no enemies that he knew of in the neighborhood The CourierJournal in reporting the occurrence gave the matter great prominence and put a synopsis of the occurrence in the news column thereby giving it great pub licity We trust the same taper will take the same pains and use the same publicity in exonerating the association from the same false charges as it did to charge the association with the offense as a careful investigation by the grand Jury clearly shows that not one act of violence or any law lessness whatever has been commit ted in Simpson county by the Dark Tobacco Growers s oclaUonI No false pretense has marked the carrer of Elys Cream Balm Xo idle promises of rewards for cases it will not cure Being entirely harmless it is not responsible like the catarrh snuffs the powders for minds shat tered by cocaine The great positive virtue of Elys Cream Balm Is that it speedily and completely cures na sal catarrh and hay fever Back of this statement is the testimony of thousands and a reputation of many years success All druggists SOc or mailed by Ely Bros f6 Warren St New York Maud of the MuckRake Maud Muller on a summers day Raked the meadow sweet with hay Her pa was not a man of wealth All that she had was rugged health Sighing she said Confound the luck I think Ill go to rakink muck Becaure she tolled a wills unrest And an eager longing filled her bream Why should I have to work ahe creid While others scorn me in their pride With riches they have never earned Their backs on me are proudly turned The so- Theres good Lord never planned things I something rotten here below An Ida Tarbell 1 will be And whack the plutocrats said she The Judge appeared upon the scene Bringing an odor of gasoline He stopped to buzz the girl awhile She was plump and he liked her sty She knew that he possessed a wad He thought How sweet a name is Maud He spoke of railroad stocks he hud The maiden listened and was glad In two years if my luck is fair He said Ill be a millionaire I travel on passes througn the land Maud sweetly said Oh aint that grand As far as rebates go Ill say That I regard them as 0 K A block of Standard stock I claim No matter how I got the same Now tell me Maud and tell me true Don t I look rather good to you Her face against his breast she hid L KlifY4l And gladly answered that hodie foday sho is the Judges wife And live in style enjoying life and oft she wonders in her pride Why people cant be satisfied Whyshe complains l do critics pitch 3o foolihhly into the rich 1v- 3eeaause hy do they ever scold or sigh the things they need are high Wise Providence has planned affairs We rich alas many cares But while we nobly bear the strain plainWhy should the ones below com plain loot all wise words the best by far Is Take things meekly as they are Chicago RecordHerald IROWNED IN JjREEN RIVER Young Murray Phillips Under takes to Swim Across Stream and Goes Down in Effort Murry Phillips was drowned Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock In Green river at Davis landing about three tiles below Delaware He and two younger brothers and Posoy Farley and Ollle Keach two neighboring boys went in swimming and four of them attempted to swim the river while the fifth boy went along in a boat to Insure their safety Three of the boys got over safely and it was thought that the fourth who was Phillips was also getting in to the shore all right and no attention was paid to him When his companions looked about for him he had gone down the last time He is supposed to have taken a cramp or to have died of heart disease or overexer tionThe drowned boys frightened companions gave the alarm at once and soon a crowd of men and boys were searching for the body Green river is very deep and bodies are difficult to recover but In this case a device was used Eight large fish hooks were tied to a tobacco stick Weights were attached to the ends and baling wire was tied to the ends With this as a drag the body was recovered in fif teen minutes As the cause of death was well known the coroner was not notified The body was taken toJhe home of the boys parents Mr and Mrs Con Phillips over in Hender son county The drowned youth was nineteen years of age Mr Phillips had told his bodys of the danger of going in Green river and forbid their going but they disobeyed and went any howA strange coincidence is the fact that the uncle of Young Phillips Mr James Phillips was drowned in July Just twentyone years ago within a few feet of where young Phillips was was drowned Saturday Story of Mining Days in Ne braska Ray Woodworth of Moscow Idaho was one of the early arrivals at Ban nack when the placer gold was discovered in Grashoper Gulch and also moved near Virginia City and resided there when that famous placer field was in its glory Mr Woodworth says that he came to Bannock from Denver in 1SG3 and took up a ranch near what is now known as Taylor Crossing between Dilllon and Dennack He brought a lot of garden seed along with hlinbe lieving that garden vegetables would be a delicacy so craved by the miners that they would pay handsomely for them and that he would make more money with his spade and gard en rake than with the rocker and pan He succeeded very well near Ban nack and when there was a rash to Alder Gulch he went there and took up a ranch in the Madison valley not far from Virginia City where he continued raising vegetables and selling them to the miners He raised the first wheat crop ever raised in the territory of Montana and sold his wheat for twentyeight cents n pound- I lost 2000 on one load of roota bngas and it was this way ho said I hired a freighter to haul a big load to Helena paying him four cents a pound and told him to sell them at 9c pound thinking that that was high enough for him A few days after he had left the ranch I heard that the vegetable was retailing at fifty cents a pound and I sent a cour ier after him to tell him not to sell for less but the message arrived at Helena a few hours after he had sold the load for nine cents a pound The dealer retailed them at sixty cents I also lost some money on a load of turnips They froze en route and I Secured only eighteen cents a pound for them I sold many potatoes to the Alder Gulch miners for thirtyfive cents a pound After cultingial the eyes out of them to save the seed u 7 MONSTERSERPENYI IN MANITUUOUNTRYI Reptile Seven Feet and I OUr Inch J es in Length has Hab itation There Stories having to do with things of an extraordinary nature occurring in the wilds of the rural districts such as fish and snake stories are looked upon by the average citizen as a stretch of the imagination and pipe dreams etc and are listened to usu ally with gentle tolerance a bored expression and finally If the story is really interesting with contempt The Hustler does not believe in wor rying a longsuffering public with things on this line of a questionable nature and does not publish snake stories for the pleasure of imposing on the credulity of Its readers Here is one of which we can vouch and can also show the skin of the reptile referred to Mr W P Jackson a well known and popular agriculturist of the Man itou country was In the Hustlet office Wednesday and brought with him the skin of a serpent which he found on his farm last Thursday The skin measures listen now seven feet and four inches in length and is eight inches in circumference The skin is on exhibition in the Hustler office and can be seen by anyone who so de siresMr Jackson says that for some time his young chickens and eggs have been disappearing In a myster ious ana unaccountable manner and he suspected that some such explana ion of tho mystry would occur as the conclusion that he has now arrived at that is that the snake has been the marauder Mr Jackson has hunted In vain over his wide acres in 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Lexington and was at one time Judge of the City Court there He is well known in Republican cir clesand his nomination for the elec tion commIssionership is received with general satisfaction Aside from this and the ratification of the State Cam paign committee chosen by the Re publican candidates only routine busi ness was transacted by the committee At the close of the meeting the State Campaign Committee took charge of the headquarters for the remainder of the season A partial schedule of speaking dates was arranged by the candidates on the State ticket at a meeting held at the Louisville Hotel As heretofore an nounced Judge Augustus E Wilson will open the campaign at Maysvllle August 19 He will be assisted by Dr Ben L Bruner nominee for Sec retary of State and J G Crabbe nom- Inee for Stiperintcdent of Public In structionJudge James Breathltt nominee for Attorney General will open in the First District on a day yet to be named and the Eleventh District bull will be started by Dr Bruner under the same conditions Dr Bruner will then move into the First Distrlctwhilo Mr Willson wll go to Pikesviile and then to Barbourvile The principal part of the meeting was devoted to a discussion of the general plan of the campaign and the line of speechmaking to be fol lowed so that harmonious action may be taken by all the candidates Mr Willson Dr Bruner and Judge Bieathltt announced that they would give their entire time to the campaign They will arrange a schedule so that each will make two complete tours of the State The other candidates will make their plans to fill In between I the visits of the three candidates nam ed Beware of Ointments for Ca tarrh that Contains Mercury As mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely de range the whole system when enter Ing it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputa ble physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Chesty Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It Is taken in ternally and made in Toledo Ohloby F J Cheney Co Testimonials free Sold by Druggists Price 7fc per bottleTake Halls Family Pills for Con gtfpation m Resolutions of Respect Whereas It hath pleased the all wise and living God of the universe to call from labor in this world to re freshment in the world beyond our brother Oscar Midkiff who died at his home in Hartford on July 7 Ii07 forcibly reminding us that in the midst of life we are in death There fore be it- Resolved That in the death of brother Midkiff the Christian Sunday school has lost one of its true members He was earnest and faith ful in tho discharge of every duty In his death the Sunday school has lost one of its true and faithful nwm bers his family a kind and indulgent husband and father and the commu nity in which he lived a good citizen and the county an efficient officer Resolved That we tender to his family our heartfelt sympathy in their great bereavement and commend therii to Him who doetli all things well Resolved That these resolutions be spread upon the records of this Sunday school and n copy thereof bo furnished the family and to each of tho county papers for publication MRS J F VICKERS R R RILEY Ml L HEAVRIN Gommltco The Right Name Mr August Sherpe the popular overseer of the poor at Fort Madison la says Dr Kings New Life Pills are rlghtljr named f they act more agreeably do more good and makq one feel better than any dther laxative Guar anteed to curb biliousness and const pation 25c at all druggists drug storet InYlbops Limbsa 9rD4erI JmPhTpara pPtFlthgyt anrlID s shaving himself filling and smoking a pipe rolling cigarettes nnd even threading a needle It does not sound very probableyet It Is truoand there Is an armless and legless young man at Steeplechase Park Coney Island doing all that and a great many other seemingly impossible feats besides Randion is his name Ho is native of Demerara and he is said to have born either or Inowgets along without thorn far better than does many an ablebodied man His natural working utensils are his shoulderschin lips tongue and teeth and he employed them to take the place of his missing arms and legs with natural skill By operating with them hehas supplied himself with a practic al means of support instead of becom ing a charge on thecommunity In addition to having and filling his pipe he plays marbles cuts paperI patterns plays the flute cuts accomplishments ciently remunerative to enable him to live in easo- Randon I ownes his Introduction to the visitors at Steeplechase Park to another very 1 vllJtlJYtl Ullj man Mr Isaac I Bonyaker Mr Benyaker Is promin atItractionsyear Ho first became known through I tho extraordinary success of his con cessions at the Chicago Worlds Fair There he met almost everybody who was anybody and his circle of acj puaintancos now embraces more great and distinguished men than comes within the ken of the average Amen can citizen Among his most prized possessions are personal loner from the late President William McKinley and a long list of other Presidents past and present Governor Mayors Glendale artists and poets Mr BenI paker is the only Egyptian Mystic Shriner In the United Suites Ho speaks eight languages and was ideni tlfley witn various big expositions in this country previous to going to Steeplechase Park New York WorldI SENSE OF SIGHT INITHE LITTLE ANTS Experiments Indicating That They Dont Depend on Smell as Supposed The theory that aunts could not see and were guided entirely by sense of smell has been demolished by u series of expirements A little platform of cardboard was set up near one of their nests with inclined plane leading conveniently down to the en trance Then a number of the insects and a quantity of therl eggs were plated upon the platform For a few minutes the ants seemed greatly perturbed but they very soon found the inclined plane and at once started carrying the eggs down it to the nest A second inclined plane was locat ed on the opposite side of the platform but they took no notice of it The experimenters then twisted the platform around so that the second njnne pointed to the nest entrance Without hesitation the ants ceased using the old piano and took to the new one showing conclusively it is argued that they were not following a trail by scent but were getting their j bearings by soups other sense i The next step was to mark sore of the ants with a view to seeing wheth er each individual always used tho same path and the same entrance to his nest It was found that no such thing was the csae They all seemed to know all the en trances and to have a sense of their direction They struck out now paths for themselves and always reached their destination without fall This was regarded as establishing some form of vision Finally an electric light bulb was set up near one entrance o tine nest It seemed to hve an immediate at traction for the ants as they unani mously used the entrance on that side coming to and going from the nest Then it was changed over to tho other side causing great excitement appar ently tlnong the insects which ended in their changing over to the newly Illustrated way Changes in the brilliancy of the light seemed to have no perceptible of feet on the ants but they never fail ed to detect the change of direction All possible precautions were taken to prevent tho heat from the lamp reaching them so that It is regarded as certain that they precelved the light Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is Impure thin his eased hot or full of humors if you lave blood poison cancer carbuncles sating sores scrofula eczema Itching rising and bumpy skin bone painsca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or lain disease take BQtanic 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Hickman of from the trustee of H C Powers situated in the Concord neighborhood five miles east of Hartford 200 acres of fine farming land at 11Cbottom some of it will make 70 toI 80 bushels of corn per acre About 60I acres in timber Three dwelling hous es Good well water and early orchard Terms onehalf cash balance on easy payments List your property with us We will find a buye- rBARNRTT i SMITH Republican Office Hartford KyI is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample i free by writing mood Balm Co At lanta Ga B B B is especially advised i for chronic deepseated caeesas It cures after all else falls 8FtfV CASTORIAFor Thi Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of- nb e L j KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery Fun RImoorOLDSAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAClORY OR MONEY REFUNDED PnROCUREDAPIDDEFENDDED fro report mode1 1ne advice pow to obtain patent trade msrto- eopyrghteta IN ALL COUNTRIES Business 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Surveyor5hteveROyJamos DtsWeeseSchool Superintend cat Hartford Jerome Allen Coroner Jingo JUSTICES COURTS J H Williams Beaver DamMarch IC June 23 September 21 December U W P Miller Horse BranchMarch 26 Juno 25 September 25 December 2G W S Doan Dundee March 27 Juno 26 September 2C December 27 W It Edge Fordsvlllo March ffiJune 2 September 27 December 23 B S Chamberlain BedaMarch 23 June 25 September 28 December 13 Herbert Render CentertownMarch 30 June 29 September 23 December 30 John II Miles KockjiortMarch 31 June 30 September 30 December 31 HARTFORD POLICE COURT 01ennCltylattorneyconvenes second Monday In cKi month RELIGIOUS SEKVICE8 M E Church SouthServices third Sunday In each month at 11 B m and 7 p mend Sunday at 7 p m4th Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Prayer mooting every Wednesday evening Rev J A Lewis Pastor assisted by RevJ Frank BakerBaptist Church Services 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 Pastor C P Church Services first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev Bozarth Pastor Christian Church Services every first Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev W B Wright Pastor School Trustees HartfordC M Crowe J S Glenn Dudley Ford C M Barnett Dr E B Pendleton City CounclIJ H Williams Mayor C M Crowe Clerk R E L Slmme man Dr E B Pendleton A D White Wm Fair Wm Bean Dr J W Tarlor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Ix do No CTS F A Masons moots first Monday night In each month C M Crowe W M Marvin Bean Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 meets every third Saturday night In each month W N Stevens High Priest French Vickers Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythias meets overy Tuesday night C M Barnett C C C M Crowa K of R and S Hartford Tent No 99 1C O T M meets every Thursday night E B Pen dloton Commander D E Thomas Rec ord Keeptir Sunshine Hive No 12 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and third Friday afternoon of each month Mrs Z Wayne Griffin Lady Commander Miss Sue Telser Lady Record Keeper Preston Morton Post No4 G A R holds regular meetings Saturday boforo the first SUnday In each month F M Porter Commander n A Anderson Adj ctDIgHte oJ f dt f s J C L f l 11 I btc c dt f ti T j es JrT tp f lipJJtt 4fJI1h r d ri tf t t w a xsrae trmcrossara i a 1dlI- t L Ir UiI A Ii I it IAI-t RIHARTFORD KY r-A r 1 September 11 12 13 xnd 14 1907i h A + Something for everybody to learn Something that will interest and instruct you The finest Horses in the State of Kentucky will be ex SP hibited on this grand occasion A profusion of everything from Garden Farm and Dairy An aesthetic display of Art Needlework Painting t Etc There will be exciting Running Trotting and Pacing Races each day Increased premiums Enlarged purses Bigger better grander than ever before A great display of Cattle Sheep andSwine You will see the best strains of Poultry of all kinds on exhibition there Many t2+ amusements to please patrons Gorgeods and beautiful display of fruits Flowers and Vegetables Exciting Running Races each day by the + best horses ever seen in this section of the country 7 IiREDUCED RATES ON ALL THE 4 AILR ADS All Shows That Usually Go With FirstClass Street Fairs tNO DISCOUNTS ON FIORIAL HALL PREMIUMS oWOMEN AND CHILDREN ADMITTED FREE FIRST DAY tA Large and Commodious Dining Hall on the Grounds Come Early Make a Day of It Enjoy the Sights and Mingle With Your Friends 4IYou Can Obtain Refreshments at Reasonable Prices on the Grounds r l j o so For Premium List said OtHer Information Apply to 4 ROWAN HOLBROOK Pres R E LEE SHIMERMAN Sec I IV l3 Jv i 14it t 1 BEAVER DAM July 24Rev A IJ Gardner tilled Ills regular appointment here Sunday morning and night Miss Mary Bennett was the guest of Miss Dena Woodward last week Miss Pearl Pate of McHeury spent Sunday with her parents here Miss Marie Austin who has been on an extended trip to New York Jartown and other places returned home MondayMr Mrs 1 Leslie Leach of Central City spent Sunday wlththe family of Geo H Barnes Born to Mr and Mrs Joe Tate the 23rd Inst a fine boy I Mrs Joe U Williams entertained the ladles flinch club at her home on Main street last Friday Miss Ann Hays of Rochester spent Sunday and Monday with the family of Mr J P McKenney Miss Martina Bennett of Hartford is spending a few days with Miss Dona Woodward Miss Lizzie Stevens of Rockport spent Sunday with her parents here Mr C M Taylor and wife Mr Shelby Taylor and wife wip have been on a trip to Niagara Falls and Jamestown returned home Tuesday Mrs Alnoy Austin of Arbo Miss is spending a few days with her moth or Mrs S P Taylor Mrs Jesale Cannon of Owensboro Is spending a fee days with her par oats Dr and Mrs J J Mitchell Mr John Tichenor ot Calvert City Ky is spending a few days with friends and relatives in town The plans have been decided upon for the new school building and on August 1st the trustees will Martvaa sealed bids for the erection Ii s 4 Tax Notice Sheriff R B Martin has received certificate from Auditor Hager of the ainount of taxes due from Ohio county and is now ready to receive taxes tf t SUNNYDALE July 25Mrs Daisy Ualze wife of i Rube Halze of Taylor Mines died at her home last Friday and was brought here and burled Saturday She leaves- a husband two children a mother several brothers and sisters and a friends to mourn her de ipartureMiss Verna Duke Rockport and Effie and Eddlth Duke of Palo visit ed Miss Minnie Renfrow Tuesday i night I Elner Smith entertained last i 6 light in honor of her gue t Miss Calla r 1 oones of Edmonson county Those Itj Lr present were Misses Effle and Verna J Powers Manda Duncan Elncf Smith t I ii rO Y- t and Calla Jones Messrs Pierson McDowell Lonnie Lee Robert Acton Hiram Powers and Estill Powers Mr James T Davis who has beer sick for some time is some better Mr Sidney Dodson wife and chil dren Mr and Mrs H E Renfrow and Miss Elner Smith called on Mr and Mrs A M Weatherford of this plaoeSunday night Virginia the little daughter of Mf and Mr A M Weatherford Is sickThe rain Saturday did a great deal of good In this community INSTITUTE PROGRAM I Ii304organizationEnrollment MONDAY NOO- N130Natural Law in the Mental World R H Holbrook 3 ttRECESS Senses 1 rManuer and Place of Sed e- gainingM M Fiiughlnder Importance of Sense Training- Tliapen Maymee Shown 3 Henry David Thoreau as an TrainingtInstructor MONDAY EVENING Entertainment by citizens of Hart Lord I TUESDAYS J0rThings Settled Concerning the MindR H HolbrookI fO00 RECESS SpClllng 1 What is the Teachers Duty I with Regard to Difficult Words J Alec Rhodes the Dictionary to 4ILessonMury White 3 Are Rules In Spelling Worth WhileJ1Petty f 4 Reformed Spelling =Mattye Tich enorj1 v 5 Hots may the Spelling Lesson be Varied to Arouse Interest C K Carson NOON i30What the Teacher tan and can not do with the Mind R Hr I I Holbrook230RECES I ReadingJri 1 Supplementary Reading in the Common Schools aperIreno- i Whitting Everett LUes 2 Methods of Procuring Literaturei for Supplementary Reading IBirch Shields Jesse Ford 3 Story TelfngA B Cart Vernon M Crowder 4 Teaching of Reading Illustrat- I ed by use of Class Instructor C Memory Gems Will S Taylor z j j fIiiiJJ J J 111 11 0 Every teacher will be required to submit in writing Ms or her favorite memory gem to Mr Taylor who with the assistance of a committee will select twen tyfive of the best for publica tion and use in the schools of the county TUESDAY EVENING 800 lecture Education and Darwin IsmR H Holbrook WEDNESDAY 830 The Necessary Conditions of Mind Growth R H Holbrook RECESS 1000 Language and Composition i 1 Language in I and II Grades paper Mattye Moseley 2 Language in III and IV Grades paperMrs Julia Wedding 3 Composition Work In V affil VI Gradespaper Dena Woodward 4 Composition in the Rural School W R Carson C How Should Inaccuracies in Speech be Corrected paper Marie Austin 8 Teachers Examinations W R Carson NOO- N130The j4i Principal Phases of the Mind R H Holbrook f RECESS 230 Grammar 1 Should the Adopted text brtd tiered to In the Teaching La fayette Erabry Elvis Megan 2 Why are most Pupils Discour aged in the BegiHiiirtg of the Study of Grammar Ronda Wade Harry Leach 3 General Discussion led by Clar ence James- Arithmetic l Why do most ofjjhe Failures in I Teachers Exa nations Occur in Arithmetic jjt paperC B Shown 2 Should Rules in Arithmetic be Committed to Meijrony Ilenfrowt r numWII General Dlscttesfoti J Ted bjv Ingtruc tor IJWEDNESDAY EVENING I 800 Entertainment by Local Militia Company THURSDAY 830 The Fundamental Mind Process f R H Holbrook RECESS 7 1000The Distribution of my Salary 10 = Everett Ellis io Choosing a Profession Arthur bClrcflEduca 1 tional Association L N Gray NOON li prThe Essential Mind ProductJs R H Holbrook v I RECESS r230Geography r T j- I 1 Recent Changes in Geography f Y1 II i L vI y i GW WhiteI2 Ways of Pupils in the Study of Geography Marvin Black History pperj1 What Supplementary Should be Used in with American History Ozna 2 gltnltoj Rose Turner l 3 Should General History be In troduced into the Public Schools I Wd Williams Nannie Moseley 4 00 Adjournment THURSDAY NIGHT 800 Common School Graduation Ex ercloea 113 graduates r FRIDAY 830The Three School Cults R H HolbroottRECESS 10001PUykjoJogy and Hygiene 1 Why does the Health of Many Teachers hail PrematurelyDr OVW Edge 2 Why Is it important that Chil dren should be Taught how to ITeClllud Park p N Stewart 3 Laws of Health to be Observed Instructor School EvtJs and School Punishments 1 TChajUts the Cause and curettffi Whispering in School Dora E 2i How treat Impudence and Re beHIqnO D Carson 3 What Principles should govern jSchool Punishment Mrs Cova JHSPJfjuiH P Crowder NOON j 13QThe Three School EpochsR Hclbrook MJscelhjnt us usn ssrAhjbirfnmcnt ttstrbuUon of Blanks j No teacher will be enrolled after the fi9t day of the institute Those who laU tor any reason to attend the 1qpAs the working periods have been shortened no one is affordetlatprerr text for being absent from he work or ron calls Every sub t4tAR to general discussion an44t Is hoped that every teacher will fecYre to taQp part r i i tl Every teacher is expected tcfrKaYe his or her graduates present foY the exercises on the evening of August 23rd Several noted educators have boon invited and are expect ed to tako art in the ceremonies An fn11tiUon to all the sessions of the Institute Is extended to the public and especially to trustees and riduca ors 1 Reepectfulir y = J M DeWI1SE Aif t P C 8 Ohio dounty PI- I I l is aM4 t 5 Rr Yt Kr 1 rHiGet the Habit r N J tTI Cometotis fbr your needs Depend on us Insist on getting what you want from us True we have not a r been h r hoggr do you know us very well yet but Iwe are the kind that bears acquaintance We do notIintend to misrepresent Our salesmen are instructed that It is better to lose a sale than a soul Keep in tItouchwith our prices It wilhbe to your advantage 11 l- 1rWe we ay on t 3 doi good PearflJuttons A 5 c 1fAn 0 A real SwigsHarfdkerchief If I A1hnfrr M iin Gray or Lly nder125 10 cjtir RealydReduced prices On all Embroldsite 1 i Remember theLadies Home Journal Patterns retain 7 the style jffisfertnesa of the designs give perfect fit n t end are fitl sin ge that everyone can use them A I 1 i On 6u Needs This month Ask BARNARD f 4 COf 1 I HartfordV Ky J r ig 6 RepublicktKK D J J lI f t A r- j