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Y 9 i k ttzrtf rZi Uqtnblican Fine Job Work I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per YearI r XXVOL HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY IY FRIDAY AUGUST 2 1907 No3 JUDGE ROBBINS VACATES BENCH Caleb Powers Filed Affidavit Which Proves Effective 6 5 Contained Startling Revellations Concerning Beckham ani Bobbins On the calling of tho case of Com monwealth of Kentucky against Caleb Powers a Georgetown Monday James Sims of Bowling Green in behalf of the prisoner arose and said We desire to offer this affidavit from the defendant asking that you vacate the bench With this ho handed to James E Robins of Maytiold the special Judge appointed by Gov Ueckham and the man who presided at the third trial of Powers a lengthy vapor Judge Robins said In order to expedite matters tho court will road the affi davit and pass upon It1 now After a half hour in which time Judge Robbins glommed hur iedly over the document ho passed ft over to Commonwealths Attorney Robert Franklin and asked his pleasure At torney Franklin only looked In the di rection of where the paper had been on tail table and smiled Ho looked at his coattorneys Victor Bradley and Ben Williams and then they nil smiled They were then joined in the smiles by Arthur Goebcl who was seated just behind Mr Franklin and then they looked across the room toward the attorneys for tho defense and the defendant himself There were no smiles on that side of the court room but there was an air of confidence which forbode earnestness and Common wealths Attorney Franklin after the embarrassing pause said without rising from the chair uWe would like to have some time to examine the pa per your honor Judge Robbins adjourned Court un til ruesday morning to give the attorneys on the side of the Common wealth time to examine the affidavit When the court convened next morn ing Commonwealths Attorney Robert Franklin stated that time State had In preparation a response to the affidavit filed by the defense on Monday to have Special Judge Robbins removed and that his side desired more time to consider it He said that there was much matter In tine affi davit that should be replied to and that the prosecution desired to fully prepare a response Major Owens of counsel for Powers answered to the effect that a counter affidavit or a reply could not accord Ing to time law be entered upon the records of the court Ho said his side had no objection to some further reasonable time bo given if tho pros ecution wanted It Court then adjourn ed until 2 oclock The attorneys for the defense say that Mrs Youtsey testified in her deposition taken a few days ago and filed In court Monday that her hus band told her that his treatment in the penitentiary before his confession was cruel and Inhuman but after he testified ho was treated much better and was given an easy job She tes tifies that she heard her husband say in the Georgetown jail he knew noth Jng incriminating against Powersand that form all her husband said and did she believed Powers is Innocent Powers affidavit upon which he re lies to Induce Judge Robbins to va cate and not sit in this trial was given out to tho press Tuesday night It begins by setting out the bitter campaign waged bewteen Democrats and Republicans in the fall of 1S9D when tho tickets were headed respectively by William Goebel and W S Taylor It states that tho tragic murder of Goebel by ah unknown assassin further inflamed the passion and anger of the followers of Goebel almost to riot and revolution and that from time day Goo bel was shot down In the Statehouse yard at Frankfort the leaders of thq Democratic party and the followers of Goebel including Gov Beckham and Judge Robbins have valiantly sought to have him Powers hanged and haver proclaimed on the stump in po litical speeches that ho was guilty and deserved to pay the death penalty Ho further charges In his affidavit that during tho progress ot the third trial the rulings ot= tho court were flagrantly unfair tohlmj that the court was Irritable In dealing with the defendant and his counsel and his 0f Ij r + rulings oh objections by counsel for the defense were interspersed with sarcastic remarks showing his bhts and hostility He charges that when he was on the witness stand testifying In his own behalf that the court In Interfered with him In a captlouscrlt teal manner He charges that the court gave the Commonwealth almost unrestricted moneyand restricted in every way pos latitude In tho Introduction of test siblo the introdnctlcu of testimony fa vorable to the defendant He further charges that during tho progress of tho trial and while the jury was delib erating on tine case Judgo Robbins went Iuto the jury room on two different occasions closed time door and was sccretedly closeted with the mom hems of the Jury He says that on August 16 1103 during the progress of the trial Judge Robbins went personally to the house where tho Jury was confined and presented them with a copy of time Couri erJournal then ajid now the leading Democratic paper of time Statewhleu contained the following article of tho previous days proceedings in the trialGeorgetown Ky Aug 1C 190P Time Commonwealth will tomorrow close the strotigestcase It has yet made out uleh Powers on murdollWilUnm so well put togethdr and presented to the jury of Bourbon county citizens that tho general expressed opinion of those who have heard It is that all probabiliiy of acquittal or hung jury has been dispelled and the jury will only consider the extent of punishment I arguI1Hmtpenalty as a fit ending to this third trial of the man its officers have al ways considered the leading spirit in tie murder conspiracy Judge Robbins surprised everybody Wednesday mofning by announc lug that ho would decline to sit as trial Judge in the Pow ers ease He ordered the fact certi fled to Governor Bockham who will appoint another Attorneys representing the defendant submitted aHBt of thirty leading attorneys of the State most of whom were Democrats any of whom would be satisfacory toPow ers but attorneys representing the prosecution rfeused to agree to any of them r ANOTHER VICTIM OF NIGHT RIDERS Burnett Humphreys Wheat Must Ruin Because Threshermen Warned not to Thresh Crop t Hopkinsville Ky July 27Burn Montgomery neighborhood in Trigg Montgoemry neighborhood in Trigs county is the latest farmer In this section to fall under tho ban of the night riders Humphreys Is a poor man and had found It necessary to have his wife and children to work in the fields In order to quake a living his principal crop this year consisted of wheat and on this he expected to support his family during the year Yesterday Humphreys made ar rangements with James L Galneswho operates a threshing machine In that neighborhood to thresh his wheat This morning when Gaines was pre paring to pull tho machine into Hum phreys field he found a notice tacked on the machine warning him that If he threshed Humphreys crop not only would his thresher and engine be blown up but that he would be liable to personal injury In cases of this kind there Is always the pos sibility of hlddpn danger by dynamite concealed in time wheat or in some other fashion Gaines declined to thresh the crop and moved his ma chine to another farm Humphreys has spent all of today In an effort to secure some other thresher operator to thresh his wheat but he has failed and the wheat will rot in the field JacksonRowe Mr J C Jackson and Miss Nettle Rowe both young people of Center town were quietly married at the home of Rev L W Tichenor at Mrftanzas last Sunday night Only a few were present to witness the cere mony which was solemnized by Rev Tichenor In labs usual pleasant but Impressive manner Mr Jackson Is one of Ohio countys best teachers while the bride Is the popular milliner for Rowe and Mortpn at Centortbyrn The many friends of thlspopular cou plo join in extending congratulations 2 + i j A fikI t MOD NOT i GUILTY SAYS JURY I Eleven Weeks Trial Ends Fa vorably to the Defendant On First Ballot Eight Jurors Vot Ied for Acquittal and Four IVoted Guilty IAt an early hour last Sunday morn = whichI lsIoftithat city for 21 hours returned a vor diet that released front custody Win j D Haywcod Secretary and Treasurer LabolirI 10sIeisecre FOderaItlonas willing to wear If needs be and goes to quote Dorah back to Denver It came from the lips of twelve Ida ho farmers plain blunt tmcttlturad men representatives of tho sturdy stock that is the backbone of this country who simply were not convinced that time State hind connected Haywood by his own nets and de clarations to use the language of the court with the murder of Frank Steunenborg thats all That was the verdict mid the how find the why and the wherefore of It and after eighteen months of Impris onment closing with eleven nerve racking wicks of legal inquisition Haywood walked out of the court room free lighthearted lightfooted with a bounding heart tears of joy ous satisfaction in his eyes and 11 laminating gladness on his face it meant to him victory not merely pei sonal but In his view for organized labpr over the hated capitalist oppress ors of scores of years Not only the manbut the cause has also triumphed It was a stern heart that could not meet his in that exciting moment of liberation and sympathize with the emotion that filled him to the brim It was after being out for twenty one hours that the jury which at first had been divided S to 4 and then seemed deadlocked at 10 to 2 finally came to an agreement shortly after the first faint streaks of the coming day showed gray above the giant hills which wall Boise to the north and cast The wem snowbearded oldv- ktptbailiff who had an allnight vigil before the door of time jury room was startled Into action by an Im perative knock from within Events moved rapidly enough after this and when at last the participants In the trial had gathered in the court room at a few minutes before 8 oclock the white envelope handed by tho foe man to the judge was torn open and the verdict read It camo as an electric thrill to the prisoner to his coun sel to the attorneys for the State and to the small group of heavyeyed newspaper men and court officials who had been summoned from beds but lately sought or from offices whOle sleepless waiting had marked time nightThe rumors which spread so rapidly and frequently throughout the night and which were as unreliable i as such rumors always are were generally to the effect that a majority of tho jurors had voted for conviction Some were even so radical as to say that tho only difference of opinion ex isting in the jury was as to the de gree of guilt The apprehension of disagreement spread even to mem bers of the defendants counsel and when to this feeling were ad ded the rumors of an adverse decis ion continually beat about their ears durIng the night there could be found j their joy as the verdict was read Clarence Darrow of Chicago who had mad a plea describing the case a I Issue as a struggle of class against l class who had defiantly told the jut rors that they were hostile to his polsIIonhad entered tho court room with the mood of his speech still upon him but as Haywood was freed and as the jury was passing out ho vied with the other members Of counsel and with the prisoner himself In thanking with many evidences of sincerity tho twelve citizens of Idaho who had hoard the evidence and rendered1 theIr unalterable opinion Inquiry among the jurors after their 1 it dismiss revealed some of the ele decisionSamuelbe won over to the defense declared that a majority of tho men seemed convinced that the general tone of the courts Instructions indicated that the defendant should be freed Finley McIIean who voted consistently for acquittal from the first declared that tho judges Instructions seemed to settle all doubt as to the course he should take Juror James Robertson the good natured Scotchman at whose house here in Boise Gov Steunenberg board ed for more than two years said vetIIions from the first and I think that under the law and tho evidence there v as nothing else for UK to do The last fellow who lucid out against ac quittal belongs to the same fraternal organization that I do Then was s me talk tf a compromise on a sec mud degree verdict btu we wouldnt and for thatIt either had to bo ac ual or I would have stayed thqf- f r vtr DRUNKEN SON SHOOTS TO DEATH AGED FATHER No Excuse for Crime Except Fath er Protested Against Sons Driving Tired Mule OvvensLoro Ky July 2SCrazwdby- rink Loan McDaniols a young man ibom thirty years old shot and kill od his fathom this morning at his house in this county His father Wil liana McDaniels sixty years of are moiiHtrated with his son toe driv ing a mull which was very tired The win told his father he would kill him if he spoke to him again Tho aged man made a remark of reproof to his fcon and the young Ulan pulled a revolver from his pocket and fired The bullet entered McDanlels lung and he died in a few hours The slayer me to Owensboro on the train and surrendered to the Sheriff He was in a drunken stupor but hud Sense enough to realize that it would be saf or for him In jail than to remain at house Dr M H Du Bose Lectures Last Sunday was a day long to be remembered by the members of Hartford Epworth League and their Irlends The occasion was an address or lecture by Dr H M Du Bose Editor of the Epwortli Era and General Secretary of tlw League of Nashville TennThe services were held at the court house in order to give room for the large audience A large representa tion front the league at Beaver Dam was present by special Invitation The musical program which was well rendered and enjoyed by everyone was arranged by Miss Carrie Lewis Dr Du Bose was introduced by Rev J A Lewis und for more than an hour be held the close attention of the large audience as he portrayed In beauti ful and eloquent manner the objects and alms of the Epworth League He also preached In the evening time theme being tho trial and crucifixion of Christ These who failed to hear this charming sermon missed a rare treat The visit of Dr DuBose who Is not only one of time greatest pulpit orators of the Southbut a man of God who gets into close touch with all whom he meets has been of vast benefit to the local leagues and a blessing to Hartford We hope lie can come to see us again soon Death of Mrs Maples Mrs Tom Naples died quite sud then and unexpectedly at her home in East Hartford at 915 oclock Monday night Mrs Maples had boon ill for about three weeks of malaria fever but her condition was not considered serious during the time and was thought to be Improving She called for a drink of watts and her mother gave It to her When she lay back trot a sitting position to which she was raised to receive the water she gasped and died In a few minutes without uttering a word She Is survived by a husband and four small boys the youngest being not more than four or five years old After funeral services conducted by Rev Baker of Beaver Dam at Beulah church Beda Tuesday at 3 oclock her remains were Interred In Beulah cemetery For Sale Fine sow and six shoats Call on Dr Wm Forman Hartford Ky t r I Yr n IJaJ TILFORD FORDS VILE HURT IN WRECK His Engineer was Attempting to Make a Flying Switch The passenger train between ir vlncton and Fords vllle tsar in a wreck while trying to niako a switch at Fordsvllle Thursday night of last week One car was also wreck dmmd Conductor 11 Tllford was Injurleil The line is a branch of the Header son route and makes connection with the IC at Fordsville The train had arrived at Fordnville and while trying to make a flying switch the line of cars humped into the unglue Injuring Tllford and destroyed time car The flying switch is considered ono of the boat dangerous features in railroading nIl a mo ments hesitation is liable to cause troubleThe engine started down the truck and had time ears attached Tllfonl was on the first ear and at a signal was to i ull the pin nUll let the engine run ahead and take the switch and puss on to the spur track leading u the turn table The hrakeman was to throw the swltchlotting the cars pass and go on down the mule track Tu Lnglne was to lie turned on the turn table and get in front of the ears anti proceed hack to Irvlngtoti The conductor pulled the coupling pin but tho curs were going at aucii a mate of speed the switch couldnt h thrown In time and whey ran into tlv engine tearing up the car completely and wounding Tllford who had run to time middle of the car when he uaw it had failed to take the main track Til ford tens injuried about the head and shoulders and it is thought toot internal injuries will develop The car was demolished but the engine timid tender were not injuried to any extent Owenboro Inquirer FOR THE BUSY READER An enemy of George Astrlke a farmer near Jasper Ind placed a screw driver in a bundle of wheat and when it passed through the separator the machine was wrecked it is said that labor mutt throughout the county since the acquittal of Haywood at Boise have become more incensed than ever against President Roosevelt for his undesirable citizens letter A baggageman in the union depot in St Louis gave a trunk its usual thing It was full of dynamite and the handler and another man woo seriously Injuried in tho explosion which followed The unknown man recently arrest ed at Paris has been Identified as Xewton Mirlcle who shot and fatally wounded his wife at Middlesboro Jli rlcle was talOn Into custody because j of his queer actions i IfISentence against Company for violating the interstate commerce law by using illegal rail road rates will bo pronounced in t hII United States District Court at Chlc ago Saturday by Judge Landis Tallow Dick Combs who has lien an important witness for the common wealth In the cases growing out of tho killing of Goebel was killed by a train near Georgetown Wednesday S The funeral of the lato United States Senator Edmund W Pettus took place at Selma Ala from his resi dence Interment was in Live Oak cemetery where less than two months ago his late colleague Senator John T Morgan was laid to rest II The United States Government began suit against the socalled Powder Trust l In the United States Circuit Court at j Washington D C The Government asks that tho Du Pont Company of Delaware be restrained from exercis ing control over tho subsidiary com panies S The bill making the entire State of Georgia prohibition was passed by the House Wednesday with two slight amendments which will bo concurred in by the Senate and tho Governor Is certain io sign the measure when It reaches him Tho new bill is drastic In its regulations and prohibits the sale of liquor In tho State Wivo Outof Business For about sliti months Mr B F 8rixr r t Saunders who runs a restaurant on Market Street has been handling a drink called Wivo at first labeled Vivo It is put up at Paducah in bottles resembling the ordinary beet bottle In fact in looks until opened it can scarcely be told from the genu ine article so we have been told The taste however Is disappointing Still because the deception Is so good and the drink always cold it sold well Several times the members of grand Juries have been Impartuncd by local option people to Indict the sell er under the Idea that the drink contained alcohol limit after they had been all wed too drink of it they always pronounced it a soft drink A fow days ago an agent of Uncle Sam appeared on the scene mind compelled Mr Saunders to pay back taxes to the government for what he hud sold and informed him that if he continued to sell he must take out license as an analysis of the drink made at Washington Lowul it contained 211 per cent alcohol Mr Saunders declined to take out license for further sales and sent his stuck on had back to the house Land for Sale Iiflyfour acres good farming land for sale one milt front Hartford on pike Will go fit a burgnii F M WESTERFIELD r ARG1S AT LAST QUITS- DEMOCRATIC COM Says he has Been Vindicated and Desires to Retire to Private Life Newspapers Scored Frankfort Ky July 30 Prewwd by a majority of the Democratic newspapers of the State Jamea liar gia member of the Democratic State Central Committee from the Tenth Congressional district has at haft 11 rigned hits position fn a letter ad dressed to Chairman McQuown from Lexington today For over a year the newspapers and prominent members of the party have been demanding that Margie resign However the resignation of Hargta came as a surprise hero as ho attend ed the meeting of the committee to day for tho flat time in a great while and while hero gave no Intimation that such action was contemplated Hargls left Frankfort for his home in Brcathitt county tonight and while in Lexington addressed the letter of resignation In which he says that since his character has been vindi cated by an acquittal of all the crim inal charges against him he feels that he can resign with credit to himself and to the party Hargis says that during his service of nine years on tin committee no objection has been raised by any Democrat who has never bolted Its a Womans Own Fault Not her misfortune if the continues to suffer in ilence with anyof the ailments peculiar to women when J rLESPERANCE Prompt y relieves sad permanently ewes womanly till incident to Puberty hood and Change of Life no matter of how long standing Rexall Leiperance Ia general tonic for strengthening and correcting dimmers of the uterus and pelvic organs It removes the nervous and hysterics eymp tomsif pregnancy and beginning of the in young women When taken dormg pregnancy It his labor withoutWUIIltll i- unnecessary undergo pain and exhaustion It Is purely vtgetable iir composition contains no trace of any narcotic drug or dangerous chemical run any otter mgrc dleut to induce a drug hati Full treatment for 9100 J James it Williams The tegaff Store r I r y 10 1 1 T j1 it 1 tUI t+ L j rft i H COUNTY FA 7 x + t t HARTFORD fw KY t September IIAJI 12 13 mndy124 r 4Something for everybody to learn Something that will interest and instruct you The finest Horses in the State of Kentucky will be ex fi 3 on grand occasion A profusion of everything from Garden Farm and Dairy An aesthetic display of Art Needlework Painting 4 Etc There will be exciting Running Trotting and Pacing Races each day Increased premiums Enlarged purses Bigger better grander Ethan ever before A great display of Cattle Sheep and Swine You will see the best strains of Poultry of all kinds on exhibition there Many L amusements to please patrons Gorgeous and beautiful display of fruits Flowers and Vegetables Exciting Running Races each day by the Ibest horses ever seen in this section of the country 4 REDUCED RATES ON ALL THE RAILROADSsYw iO sf 011 WMYiiW WQ O YAJIMII OiIYC1lTR oPWv ju Shows That Usually Co With FirstGlass Street Fairs T NO DISCOUNTS ON FLOKIAL HALL PRCEM1r VMSaWOMEN AND CHILDREN ADMITTED FREE FIRST DAY c ctA Large and Commodious Dining Hall on the Grounds Come Early Make a Day of It Enjoy the Sights and tingle With Your Friends 7You Can Obtain Refreshments at Reasonable Prices on the Grounds cam + For Premium List rind OtHer Information Apply to t ROWAN HOLBROOlt PreseE LEE SIMMERMAN Sec kj4 k ir 4rtr jfcUjt tl1u uL k Ca3 J dk f cJiCuL I kk L3J1 t jfu1l 1Tt 1t vv 4 ON PALE IMMENSE IIAC Crew of The Famous Bar Greyhound Rides Thrilling Experience in Atidocean of the Darin Soldier Who Hunts Whale For Living The famous old whaling hark Greyhound after sixty years service hunting whales In the western ground of the North Atlantic Ocean sail ed north again a few days ago from New Bedford Mass for another four year cruise On the last previous cruise the Grey hound took about SSOOOO worth of oil This time it is hoped she will do oven better than that All told during the sixty years the Greyhound has been engaged hunting whales she ha reap ed a harvest of oil and whalebone worth 1250000 And as Capt Antoine Edwards believes that tbe old whaling vessel is as good as the day she was launched the prospects are that she will duplicate all past perform ances Including profits and a most re markable series of adventures before going the way which all good ships must sooner or later go Twentieth century methods and the nioHt uptodate ways of whale hunt ing have never had any influence on Greyhound She belongs to the Iitheschool and her owners and navi have scorned to let her belong to any other Shes all right was the announcement of Captain Edwards just before sailing Copper sheathing worn some what in places but it is good for five more years when the ship will be due for a good overhauling Then she will be good for another fifty years Well no there was not so many incidents during the last cruise he continued We had pretty much good weathersometimes too good not wind enough to sail Adventures Plenty of them The log of tho Greyhound is just full of them but 1 dont consider thorn in i cidents Adventures are different About two years ago we went short I of water on passage from the River Plate of the Cape Vero Islands It f took us thirty days There were Et calms and calms At the end we had only halt a glass of water a day and we were glad to ralso the African coastThen there was last August When w r t c- fL T b 6 n we were three days out of Faval we went into a hurricane There j were big seas and we were rolling our boats under 1 cut holes in each i boat so that the water would run i out I had noel seen such big seas before and never want to see them again An Italian steamship came ulong during the storm and after ivaid she reported that we must have suffered as we seemed to be in bad condition lint that Italian did not fcuow tho Greyhound evidently Ve youleanPerhaps the last part of the voyage was the most trying We sailed I from St Eustatia Dutch West Indies galeifromI I days drifting under her poles many I milts out of our course One day we lost thirtyeight miles that way We only had provisions for thirty days and it took us thirtyseven days to make Nantucket South Shoals We lived on hardtack and tea for the last- week of tie trip not a pleasing diet when you are trying to beat into u I head wind- The log of the Greyhound tells of I one adventure which Capt Edwards I failed to mention probably through j reasons of modesty On May 24 of- lat year a big sperm whale was sight l e3 and the larboard boat in charge lot the captain went off to get him The lance line was made fast by the Loct sneer but a big sea cane along lifted the boat high on its crest and tossed It high and dry on the back of the whale There was a big mlxup The boat was stove in as ternwhere Capt Edwards sat and the threshing of the whale throw all six I men into the water I The captain moved along to tile how and cut the lance line with his sheath I knife just as tho astonished whale clungItoj Lout hastily sent from the ship to their assistanceIj The Greyhounds last cruise lasted- i four years Of the 1625 barrels of oil filled during the voyage all but 700 were disposed of before the ship I reached her home port New Bedfordt- o to be refitted for a new caseIThe old whaling town of New Bedford is modern now to a certain extent It has trolley cars well paved streets and a population of 80000 of whom 10000 are Portuguese But tho quaint old streets which lead down the hill to Center wharf where the Greyhound lies up when she is at home are still the haunts of the old i whalers mostly men of sixty and sev enty years each still able if need be to fire a thirtyfivepound bomb gun I It 41 without hesitancy They and the Greyhound are among the few sur vivors of an age now little wore than a memory when the whalers of the good old school were in their prime and glory Keep the pores open and the skin clean when you have a cut burn bruise or scratch DeWltts Carbollz i ed Witch Hazel Salve penetrates the pores and heals quickly Sold by III druggists m GREATEST BASE BALL GAME OF THE SEASON Boston National League Team Surely Coming to Central City August 7th It was advertised throughout Wes tern Kentucky that the Boston National League Base Ball Team would play at Central City the fith of last April but just before the team left ThOmaSV1J1Gadied and nil of their southern exhibition games were cancelled so that the team could attend the funeral of their Associationof tine Boston team at Cincinnati when he played thee a few weeks ago and accompanied him to St Louis and arranged for him to bring his team to Central City on the 7th of August as he goes from Cincinnati to St Louis and this high class base I ball attraction will without an sort of doubt be seen in Central City on Wednesday August 7th j This Is nn unprecedented affair In the history of base ball Never be I fore did a big league team stop to play a gang in a small town or a larger one either in this section of th country Central City will enjoy the distinction of being the only town South of the Ohio river that ever played a National league team during the championship season and the people living in this section of Kentucky should not fall to avail themselves this single opportunity to see such aIMg ball game Arrangements will made with the railroads for special rates and excursion trains for those who cannot be accommodated by the regular trains The game will be call ed at 2 oclock p m i C1ODABean theihOOKind Yag Haw Always Bought Signature of HEAVEN AND HE- LLiARE LOCATED Dr Copp of Washington D C Knows Their Whereof The WicKed Land in the Sun a Hot Place for Sure andI Forever Our abiding place In the future I has been located Those of us who i lire bad In this world will be furnish ed free transportation to the sun and those of us who are good may select H place In heaven to unit ourselves If we want to rest in tho heaven of heavens where God has His thronel we will select Alcyone but all the universe except the sun which is hades is heaven for those who follow Gods commandments I So says Rev Zed Hertzel Copp President of the Highway Sunshlno I Gospel Union who has followed the announcement of his startling dis covery that the sun Is the home of I the Imp of Darkness by the declara i tlon that Alcyone which ho describes as the sentrul planet of all known j space around which all other planets revolve is the footstool of the Crea tor where His throne has been erected He makes a statement he says after a research covering fourteen years I But heaven is not confined to one particular plenet according to Mr countrylthoand we live in It But it is not the I heaven that God wishes it to be Evj orything tho animals the birds the fishes are In unison with God only wo the human beings are in revolt As soon as we comply with Gods will this earth will be a complete heaven j From Alcyone says the reverend doctor the Almighty rules tho uni verse and directs the destinies of man and womankind j revolvotheypreside everyIwheroIn1 heaven said the minister thero are palaces of brick and stone But the solidity implied by the In gradients counts for naught since they mayik 1 J holIt r f look through the houses of their neigh bors They can observe every ac tion of the neighbor and the thoughts of one are tho thoughts of the other But In heaven everybody Is good There Is no such thing as rebellion Insubordination and reticence Paul says he was taken up to the third heaven and heard things not lawful for him to utter He could not utter them because ho could not find human expression strong enough to convey his Ideas There are three heavens First the natural heaven the canopy above the earth second paradise third the heaven of heavens or abiding place of Jehovah Scientists know that there is a aBIotherown solar system revolve That Is the star Alcyone of the first magni tude as to slzeand said to be thousands of times larger than any other known body In this place the inhabitants are being of the highest rank but little lower than divinity itself clothed with majesty power and learning Earthly kings surrounded themselves with the best and noblest of their subjects is Ita violent supposition that the divine king does likewise In the com position of his court For the second 7Icalled paradise Mr Copp said he had y no precise location Alcyone is the most brilliant star of the group known as the plelades which is in the constellation Taurus and is quite conspicuous on winter evenings about 24 degree north of the equator Alcyone is of a greenish hue and has a magnitude of 3 0 This is the star whichls supposed by Madier German astronomer to be tho central sun in reference to which our sun its planets and nil other known systems are moving perhaps revolving within some almost incomprehensible period of time but as a general proposition the hypothesis of and Central sum is considered too daring by astro nomersThe distance ofA Icyone from the earth immeasurable and its size may only be conjectured but that it is a vast flaming mass is conceded And it also is probable that a ray of light from Alcyone will take at least 100 years to reach this earth I For some unknown reasons there were anciently sold to have been seven pleiades although only six were con Greeksthewith its helllcal rising la May navi gation began and with its setting in November it was supposed to close torres aIso as for MAGAZINE READERS SUNSET MAGAZINE I50andeataUCAMERA CRAFT devoted each month to the ar tistie of the best 100we- rkofamateurandprofeuioaal a year photographers ROAD OF A THOUSAND WONDERS a book of 75 pages containing 075picturesquand Oregoa Total 325 150iSUNSET MAGAZINE Flood BuHdiaf Saa Francisco i HERBER1 atjIngtrn Mr Claude Duncan Owensboro ill visiting his sister Mrs Edna Dun can Messrs Miller and Roy Holland Whltesvlllo dined at R M Millers SundayMiss Myrtle Day of Owensboro is spending a few days with Miss Pearl BrunerMiss Mabel Miller is visiting Mr and Mrs Polk Gilmore Fordsville Miss Emma Sue Miller Owensboro is the guest of Miss Baxter Miller Mrs Nettle Milllgan is sick Misses Mary Chambers Pearl Bru ner Myrtle Day and Messrs Arthur Burdett Forest Hawkins Frank Bru ner Chrlstoprer and Robert Stewart and Claude Duncan attended church at Blackford Sunday Mrs Elizabeth Douthett returned to Synthia Sunday after u weeks stay with her grandparents Mr Carl Floyd and Mrs Lula Swope J Mr Chas W Phillips made a flying visit to Herbert Sunday mornlnd Miss Sallle Ford gave the younger society set a party Friday night Quite a storm passed through this place Saturday afternoon spentSUlfday+ a CASTORSIAForInfallti 1hi Kind You Hari Always Bought Bears the Signature of i I ItY I Jt e 1 jjtuiii RIDERS IARE CONDEMNED i By the Dark Tobacco Growers Association Urges Observance of the law and are Ready to Assist in Pros ecutlon Marauders VfcfThe Executive Committee of the Planters Protective Association of Trigg count has come out In public utterance In which they condemn strongly the depredations which have been committed by night riders so frequently during the past few weeks in their own and adjoining counties and call upon all good citizens to put forth every effort to apprehend and bring to Justice the gujlty parties The card Is its follows The undersigned members of the Trigg County Executive Committee of the Planters Protective Association take this means of calling attention to the sad occurrences recently re ported and of defining their attitude In relation to the matter This com mittee representing the association has never counseled aided or abetted lawlessness ih any form It feels that In the present state of public feeling the association has been charged with all the Ills incident to agitated condi tions ahd the good It has accomplished not fully credited We realize that In revolutionary per clods It Is about natural that out breaks and violence should occur caused by the remembrance ot wrongs suffered As a body trying earnestly to present the true Interests of the as sociation we have viewed with much regret the acts of violence reported front time to time not only In our own county but In others as well While the destruction of property Is lamentable all acts of personal violence are more to be deplored neither of which commends Itself to our favor We have no knowledge of who Is cnllty nor have we any control over them But we call upon all good citi zens to unite with us In an effort to discountenance same and to prevent a reptitlon of similar acts the tendency of which Is toward the subversion of law and order and our own good name We call upon all In a serious manner If any friends of the association are engaged In these acts of presonal vio hence to cease same In order that the Plalnters Protective Association may not be brought Into disrepute We believe that such things are inimical to our best Interests and we fear that In many Instances private enmity has been malfested and If continued great evil will result We realize that our people have suf fered many wrongs but the part of true manhood should be to bear all with patience and trust to the association to relieve you in tint The work It has already done Is but an earnest of what It can do in the fu true and what will do If It Is contlnuI ed highest principles of rood citizenship True friends of the association should look to Its Interest which surely does not lie In a total disregard of the personal ns well as the rpoperty rights of citizens For the good of the association and the peace of the community we hope that we will not be shamed further by t hearing that private houses have been shot Intothat women and children will not be terrorized and their innocent lives endangered Good citizenship may be a flexible and forgiving qual ity but It cannot endure thus EE Wash Chairman M F Hop son E A Cunningham James D Oilier J Frank Ladd Fred Hurrell N E Nabb B W Cherry E D Boaz J F Giles u Hows This HeIwartcannot be cured by Cure F J Cheney Co ToledoO We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the ist15 years and believe him perfctly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm Waldlng Kinimn Mar vin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation City Without Railroad We are apt to think that a great city containing the comforts and el cgancles of modern life cannot exist without railroads at Its gates Bogo ta the capital of the Republic of Columbia Is an exception Having a population of 125000 fine residences excellent schpols and colleges liter ary artistic and musical socletlesclub polo tennis balls dinners elegant V society that knows the Parisian fash Ions Bogota lies on a plateau which railroadsfall to reach There is how ever a short raiiroad on tho plateau vltscIfrBuV to get to it by tho most c IfiJ u r- C lb You Upell Your Month Like a young bird und gulp down witever food or medicine may be offered you Or do you Kant f1 know something of the composition and Intruder of that which I you take lr o your xuunuch whether as food or mcdclno I Most In tell I gout and sensible people nowadays Insist on knowing what theyI employ vhetlier at lucid or uti medicine Dr Pierce believes they have a perfect right to insist upon such knowledge So ho publishes least and on each bottle raj2p er what Ttn 4Mnes are made of an v lies I J This lin fIs mQIlji are made are studied and unaorstoixi till more win tneir tsuperior curative virtues I1IITl1cTQfiIiLI womans peculiar weak nesses Irregularities and derangements giving rise to frequent headaches backache dragging down pain or distress In lower abdominal or pelvic accompanied ofttlmes with a debilitating pelvic catarrhal drain and kindred symp toms of weakness Dr Pierces Favorlto remedyItnursingI comI tonic to tho general system and to the orgdns distinctly f particular InvigoratingIother distressing nervous symptoms at tendant upon functional and organic diseases of the distinctly feminine organs A host of medical authorities of all tho recommentIj Favorite Prescription Is made for the I cure of the for which disclaimed to bo axuro You rend what they say for iotirp by sending a postal card request for a free booklet of extracts from leading minorities to Dr R V I Pierce Invalids Hotel and Surgical In stitute Buffalo N Y and It HIIl come to you by return post i used route one must journey two and AnothelIride to seven or eight hours requires several days of river navigation nut the railroad is coming although late Youths Companion Tough on George Say you will be mine he pleaded But she hesitated You have been very kind to me shesaidAnd 1 swear to devote the balance of my life to you he protested Your devotion has always been marked she assented I admit that you have paid every possible atten tion You discovered my favorite flower and kept me supplied with It I all last winter It was very thoughtful a of you It was my love And sweets George You sel dom let me be without them It must have taken a great deal of your salary to- Pray dont speak of salary Luella How can one think of money when trying to anticipate your wishes It was and is my greatest pleasure You have seemed to think that I was too fairylike to walk anywhere no matter how short the distance she went on A hansom dearest oull let me call you dearesta hansom Is a small matter when one enjoys your com pany How could I ask you to walk when 1 knew you preferred to ride- I appreciate It all George she said 1 appreciate It fully And I like you George II perhaps I could truthfully say Ibut I cant marry tou I have thought the matter over calmly and seriously and feel that I could not be happy with you Why not1 he asked anxiously You are to extravagantTitBits- Hunting L For Trouble Ive lived In Callfoinia 20 years hind am still hunting for trouble in the way of burns sores woundsbolls cuts sprains or a case of piles that Bucklens Arnica Salve wont quickly cure writes Charles Walters of Al leghany Sierra Co No use hunting Mr Walters It cures every case guaranteed at all drug stores 25e m I The Local Newspaper- The local newspaper should be fount In every home No child should grow up ignorant who can be taught to appreciate the home paper It is said to be the stepping stone of intel ligence Give your children a foreign paper which contains not a word about any person place or thing which they have ever seen or heard of and how could you expect them to becomo interested But let them have a home paper read of people they meet and know of places with which they are familiar and soon an Interest Is awakened which increases with every arrival of the local paper all their lives and they become in telligent men and women a credit to their ancestors and strong in the knowledge of the world iNEWRULEST I SELLING ALCOHOL The Denatured Kind May bi I Sold by Grocers Now j Farm Distilleries May Produce t the Fuel From Any Fer- mentable I Matter r I Amended denatured Alcohol regu lations have been Issued by the corn mls loner of International revenue to take the place on September 1 ot the regulations heretofore Issued and are made necessary by the act IIUSB i ed by the last Congress w 1Untcl the new regulation ten nddl tlon to denatured warehouses on this tillery premises central denaturing warehouses may be constructed at such points as business Interests may require and alcohol may be tranafer i red from denaturing warehouses by means of tanks or tank cars to con sumersManufactures using completely de natured alcohol are not required to swear to application for permit and a permit when secured continues In force until revoked and retail dealers in denatured alcohol are not required to keep a record of any kind Industrial or farm distilleries may produce alcohol from anything that contains fermentable matter At their distilleries one room may be used as a combination clsterndistlli cry warehouse and denaturing ware house Industrial distilleries are divided into two classes In the first class are placed distilleries of u surveying capacity of fifty proof gallons or less of spirits In twentyfour hours At such distilleries storekeepers gangers are not regularly assigned unless the collector certifies that in his opinion the presence of an officer at a par ticular dlstllery Is necessary Distilleries of the second class are those that produce more than fifty gallons and less than 100 gallons of distilled spirits daily At distilleries of this class an officer will be regularly assigned unless the collector shall certify that the distillery can safely operate without one Manufacturers using specially dena hued alcohol are under the new regulations relieved from keeping a rec ord of denatured alcohul used Proprietors of industrial distilleries are manufacturers recovering alcohol In manufacturing processes where but a small quantity of alcohol is dena tured are not required to provide themselves with denaturing material rooms or to have the denature regu larly tested but rummy procureapprov ed authorized denaturants either from central denaturing warehouses or from distilleries at which regular de naturing warehouses are established The provision of the old regulations whereby druggists who are also deal ers in beverage alcoholic liquors but who do not sell such liquors to bo consumed on their premises Is extend ed to grocers The effect of this provision will be to permit druggists or grocers who do not operate saloons to sell denatured alcohol We never repent of eating too little was one of the ten rules of life of Thomas Jefferson President of the United States and the rule applies to every one without exception during this hot weather because it Is hard for food even In small quan titles to he digested when the blood is at high temperature At this season we should eat sparingly and prop oily We should also help the stom ach as much as possible by the use of a little Kodol For Indigestion and Dyspepsia which will rest the stomach by digesting the food Itself Sold by j all druggists m r aLo the Poor Chapron- If being a successful chaperon con slats In having a good time then Im a dlsmall figure said a popular young married woman to n New York Sun reporter If on the other hand It Is looked upon as a sort of supplemen tary course to matrimony to train a woman to be unselfish then Im sure 1 have profited by experience- It was only the other day that my husband and my brother were talk ing about the way I had changed They said I seemed like another girl They used to have all manner of trouble looking after me seeing that I had on my coat picking up my handkerchief and gloves etc ACI goooooooooooo Rickets ooooooooooo tatSimply the visible sign that babys tiny bones 0 0are rapidly enough Lack nourishment is the cause 0 Scotts Emulsion nourishes babystOt I entire system Stimulates and makes bone Exactly what baby needs r Y ALL DRUGGISTS i SOc AND 3100 M r OOOOOOOOtQlMOo OOOOOO J L J t 11 C o I wording io their account I was the most helpjeK8 of creatures and lm sure I think I was The change began with my duties us a chdprqn When f became a sort of general hat coat rack for tho party 1 was chapronlng and my lap the re ceptacle of gloves fans bouquets and everything else they didnt feel like taking around with them I soon learn ed to be careful with my own helong IngsThe training was beneficial that Im not denying but I do say It was enjoyIII am In love with my husband I dont a row of pins for another marts t attentions Of course I wish to bet treated with consideration that la chapronIj the neon let me see too plainly that I am the one they care to please Still I much prefer that kind of man to tho onie who considers it his duty to get a flirtation with the chapron I always want the men to be in love with the girl who Is under my 101II to the stone com plaint IThose who have stomach trouhleno matter how slight should give every possible help to the digestive organs so that the food may he digested with the least effort This may be done by taking something that contains natural digestive properties something like Kodol For Indigestion and Dyb pepsin Kodol Is a preparation of ve getable acids and contains the very same juices found In a healthy stom ach It digests what you oat Sold by all druggists m SearchlightI special fudge W H Moody published In yesterdays Coumie Journal Is a telling longlandand politicians to whip justice Calm and temperate in tone careful thor lough crushing in facts Mr Ilyrdsl i explanation of the reasons that forced the attorneys for the prosecution of j James Hargls to retire front the easel at Sandy Hook Is a conclusive nndto one wlio may be ignorant of the hisI story of the conspiracy startling dis closure It illuminates Judge Moody In to say the hast an urienvirable attitude However honorable may have been hlsl motives however desirous ho may I have been to do Iris duty as an up right Judge his course In this case leaves him a record which he will I never be able to justify to a fulrI minded public though he spend the HoIi as with a duty In the performance of which no one could have more com pletely played Into the hands of the mamaII j who with the action of Judge Moody in relieving him of this last of mmi tier charges against him hits made good that boast So closes this blackest story of Ken tucky assassination and politics It- lis a chapter of murder after murder oChI51lraI lawIl dence as the source of that inspiration i terminating with their discharge and tho imprisonment of a couple of their humble hired tools Mr Byrds exposition of the final chapter of this story miserable as he shows that chapter to be shows It no nacre miserable than ninny smother chapter that preceded Itnotably that In which Games played lads part so faithfully and so notoriously on which by the way Mr Byrd flashes a new flu ger of light in his statement Indeed from first to last during the progress hilSItho Impression that he exercised spy clal influence among the high officials whose duty It is to punish instead of j protect breakers of the law lie knew what he was talklnga bout It Is all a wretched such astounding story But It Is not the only story that today advertises the shame of Kentucky ns tho worst governed State in the union CourierJournal Neighborsgot Fooled I was Utterly coughing myself to death and had become too weak to leave my bed and neighbors predicted that 1 would never leave It alive but they got fooled for thanks bo to God I was Induced to try Dr Kings New I Discovery I took just four one dol lar bottles to completely cure the cough and restore me to good sound health writes Mrs Eva Uncapher of Grovertown Stark Cpunty Ind This King of cough and cold cures and healer of throat and lungs Is guaran teed by all druggists 50c anti 100 Trial bottle free m A Valuable Lesson Six years ago I learned a valuable lesson writes John Pleasant of Magnolia Ind I then began taking Dr Kings New Life Pills and the longer I take them tho better I find thom They please everybody Guaranteed at all drug sores 25c 1 m Aigerameyrepnrc1110nrOfASII 1 ai r Promotes DigcslionCheerfur j ness and RestCont ins neither i w OpiumMorpliine it NOT NAliC OTICI lift I lec1 qouJrSJlZ1Pl1rO flaptut Seaf Iwl stzIMcx t T- cddsr IIlI1w ITAperfeclSour StotnachDiarrlwca WormsConvulsionsreverJsh1 ness o OF SLEEP i Facsimile Signature of rI I NEW YORK EXACT CQBY QP WRAPPEa I r i j I CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Alway hr 7Bears Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA Tst OLRTMIS SOYPAUY HEW YOUR CITY f OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Heralde125 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 2rO THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat175T- HE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Owensborolnquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TViceaWeek Oboro Messenger 17b THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 THE RKIMTHUOAV und TaylorTrotwood Iagazine150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN nn Capital Stock 25000 urplus Profits i2 500 Will loan money from 1 tIny to 12 months This Is your Bnnlt Come in DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alvin RoweflurrEi Felix Jim Polk Stevens 2Wayue Grlifiu =AAA6 A 6 6 A 4 w QO3Jf Q5a 4 ig4fandWell Known Firm of U ifr d 4c WILLIAMS MILLER 8j 41 For anything they nerdon the farm Tlmy it = handle Plows of all kinds and makes Disc bg 4 Harrows steel andwood frame Harrows riding and M 43 walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes lulu t rs busies for ynune links and old folks atii In Addition= Wo have tho beet equipped shop in Ohio county fe 4i fitted with the latest improved machinery and ap = plianoes and besides all kinds of genepalSlacksmith ill = ing can do many Jobs in firstclass shape that ther rr fi shops cannot do at all Everytiifg a q mbderbft T ate pricesI lt1 FJa = 7VILLIAMS 1ILLER m 4qBEAVER CM KENTUCKY i111i1i1Fi1 11 Mra 1 t 4 nom Iae 0 I 11 It 1 t t I H n Havtfxtfci Republican x Iwtled bythe HnrtJoH Publishing Company IXCOBrOBAVXD EdUorvVTEI++PI102TSS CUnj 1ncHH34Ro-uCh 31V8 FRIDAY AUGUST 2 Examine the label on your paper If Its not correct notify us REPUBLICAN TICKET For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON- of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor W H COX Of Mason County For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT- Of Christian County For Auditor FRANK P JAMES Of Mercer County For State Treasurer CAPT ED FARLEY- Of McCracken County For Secretary of State DR BEN L BRUNER Of Hart County For Supt of Public Instruction- J G CRABBE- Of Boyd County Commissioner of Agriculture- M J RANKIN Of Henry County For State Senator- J W WRIGHT Of Muhlenburg County For Representative- DR J A DUFF Sulphur Springs Precinct Contrast the efforts to convict Cal eb Powers with those to convict Jim Hargis The Republicans of Louisville have nominated a good ticket and should elect It with all ease As the Republican nominee for Goy ernor Hon Augustus E Willson grows more popular every day A government of the people for the people and by the IB nil that the citizens of Kentucky nsk As long as the war between Japan and the United States can be confin ed to the yellow press the mortality lift will b mull The Hartford Herald says in its news columns that Gov Beckham is being mentioned us probable candidate for President Bah Nauseating doesnt describe it In a written opinion which is a ver itable stump speech on the Goebel as sassination Judge Robbins Wednesday vacated the bench as Special Judge to try Caleb Powers The reform administration at Louisville has already brought the police force to such a state of perfection that they arrest themselves for be ing caught in saloons Laborers on the Panama Canal are said to be afflicted with a disease called yaws For years one of those laborers Hon J C S Blackburn has been afflicted with yawps In selecting a new set of officers for the city citizens of Louisville should have no trouble in discriminat ing between hypocracy and reality If the Democracy heads her ticket with a man who has accepted a stolen of rice We again warn our city council that ulneps the money voted to con struct a sanitary sewerage system is used for that purpose the people of Hartford are likely to reap a harvest of loath from typhoid fever if not Tram cholerajIf the Democratic party which lim been in power at Frankfort for almost eight years had done its duty by the fchool fund the teacher who is re ceiving only 40 per month should begetting 75 with u proportionate in crease for all others Judge James Hargis was a conspic uous und influential membtr in at tendance at u meeting of the Demo cratic State Central Committee held lit Frankfort one day this week It is said he belongs to the Beckham faction of the Committee Judge linger the Democratic candidate for Governor and wjio is posing as a prohibition representative is the sumo linger who was shown to linve accepted n 3flOO check from the VMRo iuteiv ytrt for oAnjiuaiBh yur JiOCtfl while c jutirtutlnof the cam tdtn ItJulUl dry tnrtur l- CnlIi mgt jJI rats tvnussr a fnttQ- tev1 jiIJjJ W 31 pltst krt t unit 1- P t c 0 a one Mrli tithgClaugh from the Big Sandy to the Pur chase is the proposition of the pres ent Dehfbcrallc machine oj Kentucky to lead reform movement with pure elections and temperance ns the lending features tSenator Foraker voices the senti Kentucky Republicans when he calls for a square deal in the matter of tariff revision We do not Want to go blindfold into the business of tariff disturbance Let us have a bill of particulars and see whose ox is to be gored When this is done about two thirds of the reform talk will ceaseAt Breathitt county yea most tiny where Jim Hargis who had Goebels promise that he would be protected and likewise now has Beckhams promise and recent occurrences In dicate more does as he damn pleases In Louisville Beckhams recent ap pointee Mayor Bingham says Demo crats who dont like the way he does things may go to hell Mark the prediction Going to hell and doing as damn please will sonic day cease to be countenanced even in Kentucky It is a notlcablo custom of two by tour Demochratlc politicians and like political organs to preface their utter ances exploiting the 7 years of Demo cratic rule In Kentucky with some thing about like this Coming into power follqwing the brief and dlsas trous reign of Taylor who left behind him a depleted public treasury and the affairs of every department of the State government in a chaotic condition If such conditions existedGoe bel Beckham linger and their follow ers who unlawfully took from Taylor Marshall and Day the offices of Governor Lieutenant Governor and Treas urer to which they were elected are responsible for same Since our publication last week of an article signed Old Teaccher reproduced from the Central City Re upblican on the question of Kentucky school per capita we have been look ing up Ohio County records along the same Hnisas used in that article with reference to Muhlenberg county The recapitulation of the Assessors books for Ohio County year 1SD7 shows to tal taxable property valuation to be nir 8lSO and number of school pupils to be 7912 In 1D07 the taxable prop erty valuation was 474373L and number of children 7380 This shows a loss in pupils of 532 and an Increase In property value of 15S5J52- An Increase of more than J Q per cents in property valuation and a loss of over 7 per cent in school pupils We take it that Ohio county is an average county Under this showing the increase should be over 23 or 2S4 train the amount paid in 1SD7 under the Hradley administration This would give to the teachers of Ohio County 5C9 instead of 340 Under the cir cumstances the man who belongs to a party which has increased the pay of the penitentiary guards from 40 to 75 per month and failed to do any better for the poorly paid overworked school teachers should not only refrain from boasting about what his party has done but he should cover himself with sack cloth and ashes until he gets a chance to vote a dif ferent ticket This question Is loaded as our Democratic newspaper friends have no doubt realized uuBeckham Appoints Election Commissioners Governor Beckham yesterday ap pointed the state election commissioners The commissioners are Charles R McDowell Democrat of Danville and R Gray Falconer Republican of Lexington J Morgan Chinn by virtue of his office of clerk of the court of appeals is the other member The commission will meet In August and name the county election boards MCHENRY July ItThe young people of our town spout last week camping and fishing at Aidrln on Green River All report a pleasant trip Mr Charles E Render who has been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs 12 F Render the past six weeks re f turned to Paducah Sunday Mr Everett Fulkerson of Padurah visited friends and relatives hero last weekMr A J Booth and family spent Sunday with his father Mr J N Booth of Taylor Mines Mr and Mrs C A Navo spent Sun day in Owensboro Mr and Mrs W A Hone of Heav or DamKpcnt Sunday with A fL Smith and wife Mr George Barnes of Heaver Dam was In town yesterday Last week some negro in1 need of groceries made an attempt to get them by breaking through a window about mldnlglit After having gotten the window up he was fired 011 mind 1w was contented to Icnve without thorn I fOr Salet Asew cottage on Budllt street l Kui Hartford addition just erected t wUIi fcmr roonra Wlonp fw Melt cir roi ejJHj tccuw Andy tot o1 HAUSfifjf r5 Stfrpil f y- a I OHIO CIRCUIT COURT TO CONVENE NEXT WEEK Fairly Large Docket to be Dis posed of in the Three t Weeks Term The Ohio Circuit Court will converse in regular session next JMoiida August 5th with a fairly large dock et This is a three weeks terns and as only civil cases are to be tried tile docket will probably be completed before the expiration of the term Slier Iff Martin and his deputies have al ready summoned the jury and ninny witnesses and everything will bo in readiness for business whoa court con venesCircuit Clerk E G Barrasa reports that his records show 100 old and 15 appearance equity cases on the docket and 44 old and 25 appearance ordinary cases Of course not all of these will be tried for varous reasons Probably the most Interesting case to be heard at the term is the case of Sharp against the Breckenrodge Dem ocrat a newspaper and its owners The defendants have given notice that thew will make a motion for a charge c venue This will no doubt be stoutly objected to by the plaintiff and strong ly urged by the defendants The teAi in toto will probably be qujt Inter cstlng Several cases have already been set for trial and they are as fol lows FIRST DAY 5481 McCormlch Harvesting Machine Co vs C G Klmbley 5C31 131 Taylor vs Joseph McKinley 55G9 Comth of Ky vs R Houston Basham- rf69 J L Douglas vs J L Southard 4322 W E Porter vs Jno A Reitz Sons SECOND DAY 583 Ludella France Admr vs I C R R Co 5C09 Birdie Spinks vs I C R R o THIRD DAY f374 J H Johnson vs I C R R Co FOURTH DAY 5444 Y L Moseley guar vs Chas D Brown FIFTH DAY ri3S7 Marshal Duggln vs Wm Young SIXTH DAY CG01 Mrs 01 C OBannon c vs I C R R Co BUFORD July 80Mr Luther King and little children of Clear Run were III 11u ewnlngI of Owensboro returned home Friday Mrs Garrett having been quite sick for two weeks at her parents Mr and Mrs R R CundiffMrs Beatrice Lewis who has been visiting relatives here returned to Hartford last week Mr John Blair and wife visited J S Chinn and wife of Beda last week Charley Magan left for Kansas City Friday where his business is needing his attention He has been visiting his mother and family for several weeksMrs B F Graves returned home Saturday from Rough River Locks where she has been visiting her sister Mrs W P Yewell the past week Muse Verda Holbrook is visiting in Andersonville this week Mrs Will Ellis and son Guy and Mrs Mollie Patton and son Lee of Heflin visited John Blair and family the 21st Miss Cynthia Warden of Center town is visiting her sister Mrs F M Hoover Miss Early Magan visited her uncle Mr Henry Field and wife the past week returning home Satur dayMr A E Ellis was In Huford Saturday night and Sunday- G W and Leslie Jewell F M Hoov er and Miss Cyntha Warden went to Hartford Monday R L Paris and Hoover Hales wont to OweiiHboro Monday B F Graves and wife wont to Hart ford Monday C W Hussey S1 HtiBsey R R Cundiff and wife John Blair and wife and Mrs Mattie Turner were in hurt ford Tuesday Mrs Mattie Turner visited Yancy Moseley ntfd family Tuesday night John Blair and wife visited Stroili er Hawkins and family Tuesday f Wm Cundiff was in Hartford Tuesday and Wednesday A surprise birthday dinner was given Mrs William Lyons Sunday the 28 Those present were Fred Lyons Lulu Noel and children F M Hoover and wife Mrs George Jewell Mrs Olivia French Miss Cynthia Warden Iti R Cundiff and fatally Sam llhonds amid family S J Hussey aims family Mrs Jiettle Rlchcon and family JPD Atdinnerable nffatr Several jilco presents which were thankfully ivteelvfld tied aMaecluted Way she live to enju3r nuny moro llko thlfl jtf I Fi f jBEAYER DAm t cr lor 3r W1lt JriL 1tityi J rYo r to c if h V Jk t t i i 1E P Barnes rBrM Julyx xx- p Suggests the necessity of getting marking 9- tp 1 ends of the seasons purchasesand x everyk= Jimmediate use and mark them at a price that will x naturally force its sale When you see these lots of x k Marked= down Clothing you wont be able to restrain x yourself from buying Note these big markdown x ff prices X X Six=Dollar Suits cut to = = 400 9f X Seven=Dollar Suits cut to = = 475 X JJ Eight=Dollar Suits cut to = = 550 = Ten=Dollar Suits cut to = = 700 850EFifteenDollar x Xix k EighteenDollar cut to 1300 2itswntyDollar S cut to 1500 a X xkI j us ac x Jt Jfc jt jthe 4Isons may we = can fix up a Hat for you at any time during the season a1 and will appreciate any favors along that linex xxxxxRhoads and Miss Dawsie Taylor spent a few days in Rochester last week Mr Dan Kelly of Luzerne was in town SundayiMr Lawrence Bean who has been in the South for the past few years is on a visit to his parents here Mr J P Harrison went to Davis county on business Monday Miss Hood of Kansas City who has been the guest of the family of Mr Fred Taylor and others for tho past few weeks has returned home Quite a number of Young people attended the Joint meeting of the Ep worth League at Hartford Sunday Miss Phoebe McKenney of Louis ville Is the guest of Miss Ella Mc Kenney for a few days Mr and Mrs C Greenup of Dawson Springs are in town this week Miss Lillian Monroe and Mrs Maud Taylor of Rockport spent Saturday in town I Miss Mnrgarlte Hays of Rochester was the guest of the family of J P McKenney a few days lust week r Miss May Bit who hUH been attend ing the Cincinnati Conservatory of music returned home Saturday i Mr A C Taylor of Clint rnl City spent Sunday in town Dr L O lender went to Bowling Green Saturday returning Sunday i Misses Marlnni Rhoads and Mario Austin very nicely entertained with a tennis party Tuesday afternoon Those present were Mr and Mrs Z W Mitchell Mr and Mrs C P Austin Misses Dena Woodward Pansy Stevens Kittle Rhoads Marie Austin and Mariam Hhoads Messrs M D Maddox Alney Austin J F Baker L O Render W C McKenney Mrs a W Mitchell took tho prize having won the greatest number of games Mr W C MoKonney line been on a camping trip on Green river for time past few days Miss Lizzie Stevens of nckllort spent Sunday with hcrparentshiro I Mr James of Indiana rove ofrternoontive to establishing a creamJiy herel Give Powers a Fair Trfa1 i For the next few wvefc Uuvjv flof almost tM whole country will bo find lnlIBortt county tvtiero Cnleb Powera till irtroa tt l far cunrpliy intub tanr1 iS1J ttr3 T Au1Ma tnhollarfrfie I c trL e NOT GOOD AFTER AUGUST 5 FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION This Ballot Will Count 5 Vote for Miss Z officebyI t t of which he Is not guilty For seven and a half yearsPowers has been wrongfully deprived of his liberty because Kentucky is under partisan Democratic rule Three time he has been tried by a prejudiced jury composed almost entirely of Democrats and as a result he has been three times convictedtwice given a life term in the penitentiary and once sentenced to bo hangd Kentucky Justice is a peculiar thing In many respects James Hargls a member for the Tenth district of the Democratic State Central committee accused of planning the murder of throe men who were shot down with out warning even as Goebel was has been acquitted three times The three nien killed at Jackson were notd olng injury to James Hargis or his alleg ed henchmen They were men going about their usual business and wer- emiirderedone as ho was going to eea patient another as he was pre paring to leave Jackson and another who was settling up his affairs to leave Breathltt county Yot Hnrgis was acquitted although ho had been conclusively connected with tho plan ning of the three murders Caleb Powers on the other hand baa been convicted three times because William Goebcl was shot from the window of hits office Goebel was trying to take the gubernatorial seat to wiich Tnylqr had been elected honestly and fairly Goebels nllnlons controlled the Legislature and ho was sure of his success in securing the governorship through tho aid of his iniquitous election law Time 2H4GV docs not imlllatw thc killing of Goobe7lt Mafe rt coUtcjue ixntl eoTvardly murdor lint Bethel de flwwirl ieauj to ca W grwrttr flcgrco ltuw ivd tfjosouww rip lii Hyj mono talell Ti met TSfiiryi vsa Uiroo tUafi ccji i f utyra was three times convicted The one plotsthethisJim Hargis is a DemocratCaleb Powers is a Republican One of the Juries that declared Jas Hargis free of a murder came from Scott county Scott county in return owes it to Its sister counties to the State to the country to give Powers jUdgeIIon its merits It is not a square deal to hang Caleb Powers simply because he is a Republican and acquit James Hargis simply because he Is a Democrat Lexington LeaderI Is Your Hair Sick Thats too bad I We had no ticed it was looking pretty thin and rough of late but naturally did not like 10 speak of it By the way Ayers ftir Vigor is a regular hair grower a per fect hair tonic The hair stops coming out grows faster AyersHairmakqs it strong and healthy Thebostfclndot testimonial Sold for over sixty yoara A Sta54EuUULt MuPAomnum rJt tai i ftn L II I c 1 t Il y s t- 1t irrt rarrarrits rrtrwaar rhr 1 tl f Shoe Ta1k- I 1 i IJust a little plain commonsense Shoe I whoIa Shoes that fit and wear well Hence our mindBour stock is larger our qualities superior our prices IO I TRYUS erl L MeNS SHOES I I A stock complete enough that any lady can come c here and find exactly her style and fit in Vici Kid Patent Leather or Gun Met ol Exclusive agentsffor the Patrician American La dy Victoria and Priesmeyer Shoes A selection from 4 k an wearer 1 t il preciated Must be seen to be ap go That your is I I FRIDAY 2 1111 nols Central Time Table North Ilountl- No Monili 132 i5 lie 407 a in m No 101 due 248 pm Ho 102 due 548 pm No 131 dup OJOp m Special prices in all thin goods at Barnard 8 Cos Dr H J Bell Buford was a pleasant caller Monday o Dont tall to see Barnard Cos Hillend sale of Ribbon Mr and Mrs John Blair Buford called to see UB Tuesday MWe are in others hap py Our Iqw prices tickle our custo mere CARSON CO l SAL CHEAP Quo nerd Studo baker Apply nt once to the Hartford Ice Co lit oj c VhCtt iu nod oT dCl1 t any kind cnll on 1r IVsufrow1 gt- rstore v oo 1 tl al i 1iiy unfl C L IUIIl1 a ntu aPtflJitYl rxon it 119Q1ts quy p 1 None so good as our 1 1Correctteed Patent Others LeatherI Shoes but in will you find a in workmanship with above Try a pair They are what ye repre I sent them to be You will like theroI viL7TDIES SHOes1 guaranteeI bJI I 30VR SLIPPERS them Of you are I where CASH will farthest Compare IIgoing I with others means shoe trade ourI The SHOE- HeadquartersI Hartford Republican AUGUST Railroad lionuU- N61211n4ll81niu NolMuel2SOp happy making 1FOILWagon lAWorJtp Bangliif fIJrB MPQilav t4QU1tftlia American Gentleman may compare named style toI exactly oxIfordswe 1made 1Shoescourse Mr Clell Smith Taffy called to sec I us last Saturday Esq A S Kcown Balzetown call- edi to see us last Saturday Mr W P Midkiff Sulphur Springs made us apleasant call Tuesday DA R H Basham Olaton qallo1 to se us while In town Wednesday Mr R Collins Louisville is spend ing a few days with his family who are spending the summer here Let us make you happy by offerin- you some of our bargains during our I cleanup sale the next two weeks CARSON CO I We have all agreed to be happy for two weeks beginning July 29 and ending August 10th Our low price tell why CARSON CO t Leave your laundry at Cleve Her a grOCery Work guaranteed Promp delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 4Glt tHon James Lewis who has been of his father Rev J A Lewis for some time will return to i bl hLUfO1u New York ltrmoiw Olds T IL Barnnril MI i rrrloImuCrpwtw gttcwlt of lAn Bait n 9n rmq 11it S- laJorignittftrtpl Qd tJ M1i 9S Q t r j 1 Mrr Vlllift BJishoj Ctjralvp called to see us Tuefiay ir sfy r MrW A 11111 Ceralvo made Us a pleasant call yesfcrd3yt frDCC Jackson Mritanzas was a pleasant caller ldnesday I Mrs C E Morrison IK the guest Iof relatives at Reynolds t Ky Mr W C Blanketfsblp Heaver Dam wasA pleasant caller yeaftrdny Mr G B Llkqns mid son Matter Edward wcro jn Fordsville yesterday Miss Stella Woerner Deputy Circuit Court Clerk is sick with malarial fever f t Supt James i1 DoWeese Is sojourn ing at Drtwson Springs futn few days Mr AV Goodiiiof Charleston Mo was the guest of friends in Hartford I the first of the week Deputy Sheriff U G Rugland conveyed Jack Hall to the penitentiary at Eddyville Monday Misses Elba Bean and Bernice Miller are the guests of the hitters fath er J P Miller Cromwell Mrs L C Hoover of the Clear Run neighborhood is the guest of rel atives In Taylor County We are Invoicing this week Why shouldnt we be happy for the next two weeks CARSON CO WANTED AT ONCE100 tennis 325 per day Walton Wilson RodcsCo Hartford Ky Jailer Mack Daniel and wife were the guests of Mr Daniels mother Mrs Venln Daniel at Olaton Tues day Mrs J C Berry and Master Berry Dudley Walker will go to Whitesville next Tuesday iqvhlt relatives nnl1I friends Mr Tally Carson and family spent Sunday with Mrs S C Pirtle andI family of the West Hartford neigh borhood Mrs S A Anderson and children left Wednesday for Owensboro where they will be the guests of datives for two weeks Miss Carrie Woerner mention of whose Illness was made lust week is still very sick with little change in her condition You will be happy too If you will only take advantage of our low prices some time during the next two weeks CARSON CO Millend sale of Ribbon at Barnard Cos No 2 to 12 5c per yard No 12 to CO G inches wide lOc per yard All Silk Miss Gertie Park of the Clear Run neighborhood is the guest of Esq if A Park and family and Dr J B Tappan and family Mr J W OBannon local manager for the Rough River Telephone Co left Tuesday for a few days so journ at Dawson Springs Miss Lillian Lewis daughter of Rev and Mrs1 A Lewis city left last week to tithe a special teachers course In the Chicago University JMr Walter Hubbard who has been absent at points In the West for the past several years Is the guest of his mother Mrs Lucy Hubbard Mr Al Patton of Macon Georgia visited his brother Esquire James Pat ton several days thte week Mr Patton is an old citizen of Ohio county who has been away 23 years Mr and Mrs W B Render Mr and Mrs T J Smith and Misses Mary and Willie Smith will leave next Tuesday for Norman Oklahoma where they will visit Mr Sam P Render and family I littleMissElla Boone and Maggie Duncan isville left Tuesday for Asbury Park New Jersey where they will spend a months vacation Dr L D F Whittaker who has just completed hie course in medicine ut the Hospital College of medicine ut Louisville has located at Maxwell Ho has bought out Dr Carter who will go to Whitesville Mr Lewis B Ashby of Granger Wyo who is spending a few weeks Ashbygof the Rockport neighborhood and his sister Miss Verda Ashby were pleasant callers Wednesday Warrants have been Issued for three Iroad overseers for failure to keep their roads in proper condition Road ind Bridge Commissioner Ralph has begun his tour of inspection and there will np oubt be others issued soon Sass iladfo Park and Mr George Elrunton were united In marlInge at I the bomb of the brides hither Mr Milton Parky of the MUle school house neighborhood last Sunday The firlde Is Jti hal Voting teachec wliUo tlio gnvmris ftnwwfWent salosmuii 0iMcHentf r- Qtillnuti J Tlb- liven Knltglhcairsu iigvtt t t Ufdt uo gillI l fj crt It l Btalig5 sntwtouf 1t t t ii 1rri Q J 1r 1 10 1i 23I9c3Uo 1adle Park McHenry age 23 J Cnrl Jackson Cen ertbwn ago 2S LU jfesViio Rowe Cuntertown age 21 1D Southard Cemertown ago 22 toearl Allen Ccnlcrtown age 17 3j Miss Blnnett Entertains MlBs Nora Bennett entertained The 1balt Wanna Club at her home last Tuesday evening Tho evening was pleasantly spent in playing flinch At lQ i jbclock dainty refreshments were jcrycd and a Cow minutes later the Quests departed Those present were Jlsses Cassle Rily Hettle Riley Deb vie Taylor Nora Bennett Effie Ron ler Elba lean Lillle Burton Katie Thomas Annie Patton Winona Stev ens Llxzlo Miller Mary Keown Bessie Shelton and Mrs JI Vickers BOUGHT HE WOULD FATHER DIE THAN WORK Thats What Luther Dev r Im- f tnugined but His Mind Has Changed r Owensboro Ky July ISO Luther ieyer the seventeenyearold son of Dirs tever on West Fifth street thought yesterday morning that he would rather die than to go to work In the afternoon he thought differ ntiy lie would rather go to work han to go through any more sham suicide experiences Ills mother who is a widow want edlllm to go to work and help earn iomethlng for the support of the rum I ly Luther doesnt like work and tie demurred but his mother and grandmother insisted that he must quit his loafing and seek employment Luther went up town presumably to look for a job He soon returned and lay upon the floor Ills grandmother called to him several times and getting no response she went to him mid tried to rouse him Beside him she found a bottle labeled laudanum and a portion of the contents gone Luther let off some dying gasps that were alarming and his grandmother summoned the neighbors The neighbors summoned Dr Lambert and then turned their attention to Luther Before the doctor arrived they had revived him so that he could talk but he refused to get up arid move about as he was urged to do but ilosed his eyes and said he wanted to He t When the Doctor arrived he saw that Luther didnt have enough ol Ihe poison In him to kill him and that the boy was not in the condition he pretended to be but went to work on Luther as if he had taken a half punt of the poison anti soon Luther was feeling real sick and now he says he would rather work some than to try to die A Great PowWow- It has been the custom of the good people of Ohio county every year to have a social gathering where old friends could meet each other shake hands and have a day of social enjoy mentThe Improved Order of Red Men have taken advantage of the occasion and on August 17 at the beautiful grounds of the Ohio County Fair Company will give a grand PowWow or barbecue They have arranged to have an address by the Great Sachem Mr Robert Lee Page of Louisville ty A spectacular street parade where the Indian in his primitive costume bowie knives war clubs und other accoutrements may be seen There will be a big base ball game Uy the best teams that can be had In the county afoot races potato races and a number of other amusements to please the fancy of the great crowd expected Do not fall to bring the children Ve have arranged to huve swings hummocks croquet lawn tennis and other forms of amusement to please the young folks and children We have arranged to serve a barbecue dinner on the grounds at the small swim of 3F e per plittewhlch we hope vlll bo in reach ofull No admis lan will be charged so that everybody big little old and youngIs expected to attend Old man bring your old lady and little ones Young man bring your best glrl Everybody come and enjoy a day with the Red Men tf Notice Thosu parties summoned to appear- as petit jurors to servo during the August term of Circuit Court are expected to report neat Monday morning August 5th instead of August Gth as made to appear In summons by error of stenographer In sulking key C in stead of key5r Ef lr BARRASS C 0 C C What4sthe R n1fhfn lit rwtblllg to bo sift LCr- hJ The Tariff revision press profeis Ipi devotion to tlio 11 otetlvlI irlin Jll ie tat la seldom fwiwl And JUa liuldtlon of tho pnwrtltHl results SI z v Dliiglpy Turitf I3ci nvnwi r h 1 1 R lIWJtit14 lVlWI fJN1 INIWArIIIItfl I August I Happenings Month of hot heather dust and Hie Time I when people like to do nothing Hue vv would too if it were not for some Special Bargain at our store that we are jiivinjrjnst now Vt have some I luckyOuryard still continues although it seems to us that we have sold twice that amount Bi bargains I along all lines I Tennis Shoes For hot weath er White duck rubber soles soft cooland easy For Men Women and Boys Price TDc the parr To I a pair of these necessary footwear c me PUlPI get your size KY producer The fiscal year ended June 30 brought the treasury a surplus of 87000000 over all expenditures notwithstanding the exceptionally hca expenses of the government h1 do not the alleged champions of a Protective policy have some good I words occasionally for this superior snowing of the United States over other countries In Its fiscal affairs The opportunity to point with IJrlde1 and to rejoice over the unprecedented ly strong position of the government is strangely overlooked and neglect ed What is the reason Hurlington Hawkeye Car of We desire to express our pro found thanks to the people of Hart ford for their kindness to our dear son Oscar Midkiff during his last illness and death May God bless you all Respectfully W P MIDKIFF i POLLY A MIDKIFF July nThls community was visited last Sunday night by n good rain which was badly needed Several young people front this place attended the ice cream supper at Ola ton Saturday night George Cannon who has been on the sick list for the past week is bol terDr W S Sanbach and wife who have been at the home of his father for several days returned to Louis ville Monday Mrs John Strausburger is visiting I her father J O Sanbach ot placeJoseph thisI S Park and wife who been visiting relatives near Cromwull returned home Tuesday Notice The Ohio County Finance Ccmn tte of A S of E Is culled to meet In Owensboro Ky Friday August 2nd to consider some very important questions Let us have a full delegation from this county DAVID MORELAND Chinn 0 RENDER I July 30 Messrs W 11 Minor and f J A Alexander Central City were here Tuesday N Miss Pear Ynrnup fIs vtolUuff In 1ta erne MJss Hilry PftUrs l visltfng ia Horse Itt3tfi A Tuylor ut 1Ituttaldyw si z 1 7 r + W Ladies Home Journal For August as well as the new Patterns now on gale Ladies Home Journal Pat terns do not waste material Easiest Pattern to use that is made You can depend on the always being and everywhere uptodate stylesI II ezoiiUsfarGood1erchaiidiseBarnard I HARTFORD A ThanksJ FRIEDALANDI threshIIng tiU6 T D RENFROW DENTIST All 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 shoe store Hart ford JAMES C BENNETT- I O Iijx liv UiirtforJ K- yLICENSED AUCTIONEERWill rty in Ohio county Terms reasonable Your patronage solicited here on business Friday Messrs J S Spruce anti McDowell Fair were In Central City Friday Robert E Millard of Linton lad Is isltlng his patents Mr and Mrs L aillurd Miss Ida Mae Henry has returned to her homo In Louisville after a two weeks visit to Miss LucyA James L Francis visited in Central City yesterday Miss Ada Hoover of Taylor Minus I B visiting her sister Mrs R Taylor Among The Lodges The Red Men are to have a great PowWow here August 17th Hartford No 675 F l A M will have work in the Entered AnurenUcc liSreo next Monday night and nil im lortant business session It is rumored that several new petitions will bo luosentcdAsa Rough River No 110 K of P had i very interesting session hut Tuesday night und confcred the second and third ranks Four candidates art eady for the third Tank and thu dc- gree t team has nil it can do Tho third will bo put on again next Tuesday night f s t4 Tax Notice v giteilff R B Martin kris rpcelvS f Certificate train Auditor 1lngerbf inioiiat of taxes duo from Ohio county acid iii noWrcady to receive taxes II k k 4 T t4 Y oI w 4 ti t r J It s Jt Q I I ik l f yk1 ilqt c y re1r wi + i 0 J HANGED HIMSELF fOR A UVIN- Man Could Transform Bod From Lean to Fat Imitated a Dead Man Even to Extent of Stopping the Heart Beat There died in Paris the other da- n man whose life may be said to exemplify perfect all that may b gained in life If a man will but han to It That Is it will exemplify th to persons of a particular cast o thought To others It may as perfectly exemplify all that falls to th mere hangeron Le Pendu as he came to be call edhis real name was Simon Alga ler and ho was born at Sollies Vill in 1851re Pendu made his llvin g by hanging himself lie grew to bone e of the best known of music hall artists Unlike Fregoli who Im tates various personages by sudden changes of clothes Le Pendu could in a way transform his body and possessed the most curious physical ad aptabilities ever known When a young man he surprised and puz zled the army doctor As he presented himself for physical examination he appeared as a thin spare ribbed fellow almost a skeleton an before the examination was over he stood In the presence of the army doc tor with an enormously Inflated ate domen as If he had dropsy 1Vhi- lthe physician was examining this abnormal development the abdomen re treated and a big bloated tumor suddenly grew on the young mans throat as if he had an immense goitre 11 e had apparently In an instant trans formed the swelling from the love- part of his body to his throat When the examination was over he stood there a skeletonlike young fellow as beforeHis gifts In bodily transformation soon became known all over his native district and he was induced to show himself on the Music Hall stage For a long time he was known as the skeleton man though he also exhibited himself as the fat man His physical transformations did not stop here He was able to imitate the pro cess of dying and death Itself to per fection Scientists and the members of the various medical faculties of ten wished to examine his strange faculties but he constantly refused to divulge the secret of his trans formation When he imitated the state of the dead person he threw himself into a perfect coma Ills heart apparently ceased to beat und the most expcr physicians are said to have been unable to detect life without success and even with tion of the heart could be perceived The most expert doctors would have declared him dead and yet in the next instant he would jump up and crack jokes and be as much alive asIany one Ills last trick and one which audiences spellbound was when he used to hang himself by the neck with a cord There was no mere make believe about it He would hang him self or allow himself to be hanged from a nail in the coiling In the presence of a largo audience The rope would fasten around his throat his muscles would stiffen and the frightened public would see him go through every one of the phases of a man who was actually hanged The ghastly spectacle was first exhibited in a cabaret in Montnmtre and des pite Its horrors or rather on ac count of them It lied a great suo ces A story in told that he once played the trick In a hotel where he was stopping He hung himself from the celling after ringing the bell and who 11 the waiter entered he was horri fled by the sight anti rushed down to inform the proprietor Before they returned to the room the man who was supposed to have hanged himself had taken up his valise and met them quietly on the stairs Although It might have been expected that someday he would hang himself in real tamest such a calamity never befell himHe died of a most commonplace illness the gripat his homo near Toulon where ho hind retired after earning a considerable fortune on the stage He never divulged the secret of how he produced the extraordinary rigidity of the muscles of his neck when he used to perform his feats of hanging and curried the mystery with him to the grave Doctors proposed to perform an autopsy 01 his body to discover his secret but Mia family refused to allow It OASZOElJABmi theThe KM You Hate Always Bought Signature c Peace Deadlier Than War Wore lives have been lost by accidents on American warships In the past two years than were lost in arx flucinfi lllfi ffiK ytth Sjwln thej a 1 i r tyone officers and men have 1iee kited In 4 years which is manytitne- more than Inwar pf isM In the pas hayIsels What has been the cause of Fall o this destruction carelessness lack o skill or defeats in the guns or the ma chinery A service periodical name the Nayy In an article published before the recent explosion In the turret of the Georgia intimates that th American war vessels are not quite s formidable as they look It says ther are detects in the guns In the DID vay1 vessels of other nations however c had similar or worse mishaps the de widergs extended Newspapers and mOl r are not quite so free in the Europea countries in expressing their view about the armies or navies of thenc own lands as they are In the Unite States and this reticence probabl conceals many things which If dls Ocecaslonally however even In Germany as seen from two books printed in tilE past year or two inside Information i divulged about the army and the nav which shows that that greatest of th eI I worlds military powers has defect in both of the fighting arms of its service which show that the Unitedi States does not stand alone in thl unpleasant relation But in both army and navy tilE United States needs a closer approach n to perfection than any of the other smalhedthan that of any secondclass powe of Europe Although the length o f our coast line would render it neces ues Englands we are far behind Euglam In fighting power on the water amid also far behind France Man for man ship for ship we need a better lund and better navy than any other country in the world so as to partly inrquantity The attainments of this standard of excellence should be Insisted on by the American people Glob Democrat HAROIS MAY YET BE TRIED FOR GOX MURDER Jndge S S Taulbee Says Appeal Will be Taken From Moodys Order Dismissing Him S S Taulbec County Judge of Hrcathitt to which office he was dated by defeating James Hargis of feud fame was in Lexington Friday nightsaya the Lexington Leader When asked how the people of Breathitt felt about the action of the court in dis i missing Hargis at Sandy HoolJudge Taulbee said Well I suppose liar Bis friends were glad of it but the people who stand for justice wore dis gustedJudge Taulbeo said that one of the attorneys for the prosecution said to him a few days ago that the fight was not yet over and Hargis was not yet as safe as he imagined from crim inal prosecution for the alleged murder of Dr Cox The prosecution will attempt to hove the Court of Appeals reverse the action of Judge Moody In dismissing the case because the prosecuting attorneys withdrew Judge Taulbee was asked if lie thought Judge Hargls would ever be elected to a public office again Well said he he may be elected Governor or Attorney General or some thing like that but not to any office In Breathltt county Hargis may be like it was In a case over in another count A min hired some fellows to go down and kill some follows for him and the follows were sent to the penitentiary as accomplices and their employer was sent to the Legisla ture In reply to the question if HnrgU could receive a fair trial In Breathltt now Judge Taulbee said Certainly but there Is no use trying him any where as long its Beckhnni is Govern or and can appoint the JudgeIDeWltts Little sicken or gripe Small Pills easy to take Sold by all druggists n- tWhite House Bull Dog in Trouble Once Again Pete the White House bull dog Is in disgrace again and this time he has literally conic to the end of his Since his last maneating escapade when he chased a South American diplomat tip a tree and incidentally chewed up two or three policemen who went to tho aid of the distinguished forelghner Petebas been out on probation A nice yard back of the home of a Washington physician xmas been his toenjoy three square meals a day and all the cats in the neighborhood to worry have been allowed to have satined any pup hlp This ought to have satisfied clay ordinary doC but Petohas lived too long within range of his masters voice to be a mollycoddle pup He preferred nice fat politicians and roYaltf to alley cats list Friday ll lineman in the em n ploy qf one of the telegraph conipan S I dropped down in PetToifa tfartlcuhi t back yard to connect ups wire bu about the only connection he mad r was the dog s teeth 1uthe calf of hi leg First aid was rendered the in jured man lie was sent tof his home t and to Oyster Bay wasjtelegraphei f the news that gave Pet tire cross The lineman procured a stow d club which he Iptended t break ove the dogs back but so securely am finally has the bull pup been remove ed from Washington and its environ o ments that even Marshal Collins wit- e a spyglass and a warrant from th boy Mayor couldnt locate him As soon as the President became e cognizant that Pete had added another cringe to his already long list he order- edr Charley the colored footman tc i go over to Washington to secure the dog and convey him Ito parts unknown It was at first decided bj r Mr Roosevelt that the dog must die but Archies pleadings were so r gent that the President reluctantl commuted his sentence to life impris oument Saturdayand yesterday Pete with the stub of his tale drooping pits fully the fire and fury gone out of s his eyes and protruding teeth covered by an extra strong muzzle and confln cd in a steel cage was put aboard n train and has by this time begun the expiration of his many crimes and rait demeanors I Jamestown Ter Centennial Ex position NORFOLK VA APRIL 26 TO NOVEMBER 30 1907 Rates from Beaver Dam Ky SEASON EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30 in elusive Final return limits Dec 15 1907 Rates for round trip 3045- CODAYS EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov SOin 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 dato of sale not to exceed December J5 Rate for round trip 2360 COACH EXCJjRSION RATES Date of sale April 25 1907 awl on bach Tuesday from April 30 to No vember 20 1907 inclusive Final re turn limits Ten days from date of sale Rate for round trip 1G20 J E WILLIAMS Agent SURE CURE All Help the Horse I No article U were aeful V MIaIthe fptodles before book upitwill the hone and bringtbelAadhowequickergMICA r GREASE I anyotherofpowdered forhI U litAAl MLMMMNY J J Nerve Sick If weak wornout nervous cannot sleep have indigestion head ache neuralgia or peril odic pains it is because I your nerves are weak It is the lack of nerve force that makes the stomach heart lungs etc work imperfectly become sick Dr Miles Nervine cures the sick when it restores nerve strength and puts the power behind the or gans to dotheir work Almost three years I suffered from palpitation sleep with comfort or walk or talk without suffering Altogether I was In a bad My did not seem to do me any good I had tried so many remedies that I did not have i much hope of any of them doing me any good Dr Miles Nervine was suggested by a friend I got relit daysIrelieved my heart and nerves but has Invigorated my whole system I am very because since I Imvo stopped using It I have hud absolutely no return of my oM trouble MRS nowAnD FORD 60 Summit Ave Worcester Muss yourdruggistfirst will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind I it 1 Ohio County Supply Co I 4iIr1QOtpcrE1tcd 4 4 ICyq bt 4 4b 1Q Hardware Machinery and all Kinds ij- fi lefeatsR IJ- O bI 41 youtt can 1 Cl C recommend all our vehicles Can make prices to suit all customers ba- Ii Agent for the famous Oliver Chilled Plows Blount True Blue 1 44 and Moline with all repairs for same ti A full line of fence wire Steel and Felt Roofing flyers Deep fo 4i Well Cultivators Disc Harrows and Drills Also all kinds U Ci SeedsUt4We handle the following well known brands of Wagons Mitch Blount and Owensboro Also Deering and Milwaukee43 41 Harvesting Machinery Uj t1 We sell the hest Gasoline Engine on the market and Corn J 4 Crushers std Meal Mills to connect with same Lawn Mowers tft 44 and Swings The largestxsupply house in Ohio county Give us a Jfr 4icall Prices always cqultableO41 0 O Q c cMbool trsIft For Diseases of STOMACHLIVER bottle LECTRIC Quick Relief a dCare forHeady ache Backache Dizziness Indigestion Malaria etc f t The nonshifting keyforeverycharacterThe The The I I TIDE LOUISVILLE i HERALD An Ideal Newspaper for The Home t The Louisville Herald Is recognized as a fair clean fearless pewspaper It has no poliical alliances and in ab 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I I I I I I I I a I I I I I THE KENTUCKY I Light and Power Co INCORPORATED WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE HT COST 4 ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME 1OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD i wBE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN flf REACH jt I L HEAVRIN Manager m I t ii fJjNilIt j t twI +o 7 r F tJ I MONSTOR MAP OF lllfl STATE Win be Biggest Thing of Kin Ever Known PJjt Will Tell Almost Everything Except Time ODay More progress than ever will muilo this year on the great map of tho country which shows all the sat face forms of the land every hamlet and every house excepting where they dUuul clobcly togethr in towns and eltlui New sheets will be made this season In thirtyone States and four Terllorles The summer field work is all outlined excepting in this State and Pennsylvania Survey parties a- In re the field and the work is being vii orously pushed No country has ever made suih rap Id progress with Its topographical sur veys area for area as the United States Only a little more than third of our territory Is yet surveyed for the purpose of the big map but this Is merely because our land surface Including Alaska Is nearly as largo as the whole of Europe To make as good a map of our domain as that which we can now buy 0 nearly the whole of Europe we shall have to do nearly as much surveying as all the European Powers have dui i togitlier Only four of our States Massachusetts Rhode Island Connect- Icut and New Ierseyhavo so far been completely mapped but the maps of several other States will soon I finished The maps of these States In which the national survey Is being carried on with the largest amount of State cooperation will make the most ra- Id progress Thus In Ohio which con tributes very liberally In trained men and money to the topographic work in the State it is expected that thir teen more map sheets will be coo pleted or far advanced by the end of the present season The Fairbanks region along the mid dIe Tunona rherAlaskawherci many hundreds of miners are working In the placer fields Is being surveyed in detail and a map of It on a scalp of an melt will be published next winter The survey for a neap on the same large scale of the Kasaan Peninsula on Prince of Wales Island southeast Alaska Is also being made A largo region spreading east and west between the Yukon and Tanana front the International houndry near Dawson to Fairbanks will also surveyed c for a map on half that scale Less than half of Alaska Is as yet covered even by preliminary recon nolssance surveys and It Is gratify ing that such considerable additions are to be mado this year to the detail surveys for maps on a scale large enough to give us a clear geographi cal picture of these areas The Uunltcd State Geographical Survey for several years past has annually averaged about 25000 miles of completed topographical surveying The Hullltln of the American Geogra phal Society recently said that this Is equal to the annual mapping of a State nearly the size of Indiana and greater than Maine or South Carolina It Is an area nearly equal to that of Portugal and as great as that Switzerland and Denmark combines yet It Is scarcely one onehundredth of the total area of the United States Inclusive of Alaska Tho average ap liroprla lon for these topographic stir veys Is about 350000 and the co of several years has averaged abo 10 a square mile excepting in States where more detailed work Is done What Men Want- SThe clover sophisticated girl who I a good sport may he conspicu oats Dut it will be seen that the clinging girl with the big melting eyes In her quiet way Is get ting the big plums In tho marriage game says Eleanor Hoyt Bralnerd i the New Broadway Magazine Ann Laura who knows the matrimonial jungle like a book has strong con victions upon this point The charm Ing debutante says Ill never be the success mother was though I not clinging enough Mother was one of tho gentle softvoiced dreamyeyed whltenmsllnde and blueribboned bells and Aunt Laura Insists that they are still tho winners in spite of all tho filangyboydenlsh modernism one finds among society women today She say that mens tastes havent changed a all As it was in the beginning now tend over shall be the oak thinks the Ivy Is the real thing In helpmeets and mans approval is the whole low for the aspiring debutante Re member my dear I am giving you the gospel according to Aunt Laura not my own humble Ideas I am a mere sponge nowadays busily soaking up worldly wisdom Its all very emus ing but if one believed Itwell when I believe it I shall be more like Aunt Laura and less like mother I hope Ill land jm solid ground somewhere between the two Aunt Lauras system worked beau If 01 I i r 1 r tt tifully with her two daughters They were hopelessly unattractive It sems but she married one to an English owSwerntdabout thejn But they were niceman nered sensible girls and 1 Impressed It upon them from the start that they must cling Men want to be appreci ated lint stimulated Remember that child Wllli your face you can take moro chances than my poor girl could but do always be clever enough toe keep the men you meet from suspect Ing that you are married and settles you may be as brilliant as your choose or us nature chooses but It Is dlssas ovate for a debutante without a dot to get a reputation for being Intel lectuul or even witty J fialslht From the Grave A prominent manufacturer Vin A Fcrtwell of Lucama N C relates a most remarkable experience He says After taking less than three bottles I of Electric litters I feel like one rising from the grave My trouble la Brlghts disease in the Diabetes stage u I fully believe Electric litters cure me permanently for it Jiau al lea r stepped tlc liver and bladder complications which have troubled mo for years Guaranteed at all druggists Price only loc m I on the Farm of automobile fac ffAutomcblles If the machines hundreds of autos summer to the funiiers of Nebraska and Kansas says a Lincoln dispatch As It is the resl dents of country ton nb and the tare mere are buying more of the benzine buggies than the cities acid there Is scarcely a country town In Nebraska In which time tine not more automo bites In proportion to population that in Lincoln or Omaha Tho prosperity of western larmersi has become an old story and tills augmenteelIthls j farmers In the State could buy a i medium priced machine just as alux ury 1f thus wantedt o but the manner In which they havo amassed their money dees not lead to extravagances of that kind When a Nebraskan agriculturist add to his machinery collection ho buys only haft witch will be of use That Is why ho Is just now turning to the automobile The favorite farm typo Is tho runabout largely because of Its low first cost The prudent farms iigurts that with good carriage horj ses bringing S1i0 to 20 each In the merits he Is foolish to utilize them In his pleasure jaunts and his journey Ings to and from church If he uses his work horses to go to town or about the country he deducts just that notch from took working capacity on the farm Hy using an auto ho saves the horses fresh for the tarn work he can transact his business quicker and get to the faro short time to his financial bettcrI- ment i cuIglneter for stuck and in running thresh ing machinery and grinders und shel lers has familiarized him with this type of power and he takes hold of IntOl1estofJolun Illha a prominent dealer of Vlnlng lu says 1 have been selling DeWltts Kidney and Bladder Pills for about a year and they give better satisfaction than any pill I ever sold There are a dozen people here who perfecutt case e used them myself with fine results Sold by all druggists m This Years Anniversaries While we celebrate in Virginia the tercentennial of the establishment of the first successful Englishspeaking settlement in what Is now the United States of America wo are asked to remember alsqthat this Is the uln trnditlortn men that it Is the four hundredth anniversary of the naming of the con tinent as well as of the birth of Al varo Nunez Cabezu do Baca who be ratgnu his explorations In the note world at the early age of twenty that it is the three hundredth anniversary of the arrival of Poutrincourt in Nova Scotia of Henrik Hudsons explora lion of the coast of rGeonland and of the first planting of the English flag furthertaepas went Into Holland lu search of religious lib sets thus beginning the movement which thirteen years later carried the Pilgrims to the New England coast in the Mayflower Everybody loves our baby rosysweet and warm With kisses placed on her neck and dimples on her arms I Once she was so thin and cross usedC to cry with palnIMother gave her Cascasweetnow shes well again Sold by all druggists m 0 1 i nlittlet to donIbt causes the stomach to I expandswett and puff up against the heart This crowds the heart and Inter ores with its action and In the courH ell time the heart becomes dise- asedKodolI For Dyspepsia digests what you cat takes the strain off of the heart and contributes nourishment UIr membranes lining the Stomach and Diges tfvo Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh Iof the Stomach 1Anereatlnamytoodeoulddistressmebym fnllvery Finally I got a bouts of Kodol and It gave me Slate relief After using slew bottles I am ImmrI MRS LORINQ NICHOLS Perm Van I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as DysptpslCaroil D KAUBLK Newts C Digests What You Ea tIjBrUrer lndlg itlon Pnptrfd at the Lib IIOIU itomtcb belch oratory of EOD Win al f4i ne OoChlcacoU8A iSOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS hd H i THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH 8YRUP I KENNEDYS CONTAIN HONEY AND T i Cumbelano to TELEPHONE tr AN- DTelegraph fS i Co tnrnrpnrntedJ Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumberland Tele phone In my residence and place of Increasesd my voice Is never heard to Yoursa and gentlemanly COOl I petition W D JOHNSON Nigel REAL ISSTATE you have a farm town lot IIf or any other Real Estate for sale list it with UfoWe find buyers and make the sale All you have to do is to list with us Bargainsi m Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm consisting of 93 acres good hill tan good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn at a bargain 100 acres 1 mile from the Court- House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadow goo dwelling barn and outbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur nished on New applicationI Hartford Six rooms two nice halls Lot 100 feet front 210 feet deep Good well Situated corner Fred rica and Griffin streets Two thirds cash balance in 12 months A bargain The 84 acre tract of land recently purchased by J H Hickman o Owensboro from the trustee of H Ieneighborhood five miles east of Hartford 200 acres of fine farming land a Dan Station on Owensboro branch I C R R 70 acres up land balance bottom some of It will make 70 to 80 bushels of corn per acre About GO acres In timber Three dwelling housses Good well water and or chard Terms onehalf cash balance on easy payments List your property with us W will find a buye- rBARNETT N X SMITH of Republican Office Hartford Ky C of Nasal CATARRH In all 1U stages should be hIn1Elys Cress leaniei soothes and the dUeoied membrane U cures catarrh and drivel way a cord In the head quietly Z Cream Balm U placed Iqto tMfiMtrlli spreads nero membrane and U absorbed Rll tlslm m edlaU and a care follows It U aot dryingdoea- otproducuaneeztng Larje SI10sentsatDrug- ttst or bj mall Trial BUe 10 eeateby mall BUT BBOTHBHB 68 Warren SUM New York 2 Ai KILL THI COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR COUCHSPRICE AND ALL THROAT AND LUNfiTROUiLEt GUARANTEED BSTIBFAOTO I OR MONEY REFUNDED PATENTS 8endmodeIdrawWIf marlurcoPlrtghtAelcliuslnfsj direct milk Washington tares time money and often Ht ExcluilvetyWritoDM Hlntt Strut opp UaUpKUtM fated Offlet WASHINGTON D C GASNOW ROUGi RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY INUIRPOIIAlKIII The Rongh River Telephone Co operatedjreasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is being constantly extended are as follows for 5 minutes 30ARJ W OBANNON Mgr 0Hartford Ky m lru g1rjE1Y oYo Courty Circuit CourtT F BIrkhead Judge MldklffJailer MoserteySheriff Hartford Deputies S A CAshleyCourt convenes first Monday In March and August and continues three weeks and third Monday In May and November two weeks County CourtV B Taylor Judgo WoodwardAttorneyfirst Monday In euch month thirdMondaytuber j MondrayMonday In October Other OfflcersN Maxtoy Surveyor RobRoyJnmcaent Hartford Jerome Allen Coroner Jingo JUSTICES COURTS lJ II Williams Beaver Dam March 24 June 23 September 21 December 24 26JunoW S Dean Dundoo March 27 June26 September 2C December 27 YoH Edge Fordsvllle March 2SJune 2 September 27 December IS B S Chamberlain Beda March 23 Juno 25 September 23 December 29 nMarchd 91aGlennCJtyAttorneyconvenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServices third anddmeetingIBaptist Churchcervices held Satur Sundaynand Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Rov A B Gardner PastorC ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev Bozarth Pastor Christian ChurchServices every first RevfSchool Trustees HartfordC M Crowe J S Glenn Dudley Ford C M Barnett Dr E B Pendleton City CouncllJ II Williams Mayor SimmertWm Fair Wm Bonn Dr J W Tajr lor HartfordSECRET SOCIETIES No bin F A Ma meets first Monday night In each month C M Crowe W M Marvin Bean Secretary everyeStevens High Priest French Vick ers Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights Pythias meets every Tuesday nlglit M Bnrnott C C C M Crow KR and S Hartford Tent No 99 1C O T M meets every Thursday night E B Pen dleton Commander D E Thomas Rec ord Keeper MIFriday afternoon of each month Mra Wayne Griffin Lady Commander Miss Sue Yeiser Lady Record Keeper Preston Morton Post No4 G A Rholds regular meetings Saturday before the first Sunday In each month F M Porter Commander R A Anderson Adj Kftdol Dyspepsia ewy1 Dlpete what yNl HtiI 1 r T Lvi I r t 1- t a 1 1 J k i L T ti flint 1I 1 k t 4 04 J 1 STATE FAIRICATALOGUE READY Handsomely Illustrated Book Tells of PremtumsAmusement En terprises Music Etc The regular edition of the Kentucky State Fair catalogue printed In three colors and handsomely Illustrated came from the press this week and thousands of copies are being mailed dally from the headquarters of the Pair at Louisville The preliminary list for the State Fair was Issued a month ago It covered eighty odd pages The regular catalogue has 152 pages The classifications In all de partments are complete together with the speed program and an announcement of the big amusement enter prises of the Fair There are also eight flue tone views of the new grounds and buildings rg ccntly purchased by the State Board of Agriculture as a permanent loca tion for the State Fair One page is devoted to the description of the balloon race during the Fair with three views of the balloons in the air Tho captive balloon Is shown in a large half tone There is a page cut of Captain Kna benshue in the passengercarrying airship which is to make dally flights and exhibitions at th Sate FairSept 1021 This is to te Captain Knaben shuts only appearance In Kentucky or Southern Indiana His paaBtnger carrying airship will only make six npiiearances In America this year Set onal views of the airship are printed for the first time in the State Fair catalogue Two page are giver to points of interest In and around Louisvillewhlle there Is some valuable information on the railroad depots and ticket offices together with the steamboat lines One of the most attractive views In the book Is an attractive zinc etching of the eruption of Vesuvius which is to be shown nightly luring the State Pall weektogrtber 5 Pains famous fire works Anyone desiring a catnlogue will lie scnt one by upplyirg to the Sec retary R E Hughes nr Louisville Cures Elomd Skin Diseases Cancor Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching rising and bumpy skin bono painsca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is mnde pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co At lanta Ga B B B is especially advised for chronic deep sented cnsesas It cures after all else falls 3ntf Hartford College More than seventyfive per cent of the teachers of this county received their training In this famous old schoo Its students and graJwie have won distinction In every honorable occupa tion of man Its growth lies been steady Its Influence has wldenedand its equipment for doing excellent teach Ing is made better from year to year Last years enrollment was the larg est In the history of the school and It is exiwcted that next years ell 10 11 muet will be even larger Students may enter at any time and are given private assistance when it is needed The First Term begins September 2 1007 Second term begins November I IW1 Catalogues sent free Address all communications to L N Cray President Hartford College Hartford KrINotice to Road Overseers- The time limit has expired for overseers and hands to put their roads in order nad 1 shall now have to make my report of their condition 1 will begin my tour of inspection at once and if I find roads in bad condition I will be compelled to re port so I am held responsible for the condition of the roads and if any are not now In shape the overseers should begin at once to put them in ordert I have been very lenient with every body on account of the backward sea= son and late crops but now that crop season Is nearing an end the roads rlumld receive attention HRoadHartford Ky July 23 1907 2t2 j T TOO LATE FOR LAST WKEK MAGAM July 4A little child of MrJnoY- Mfvfield died Monday and was buried at Pleasant Hill Tuesday s Muwes Aisle and Alfie Baughn of Hartford are visiting friends and rcl ativofi at this place this week A large crowd attended the Ice crea tsupper at Beech Valley Saturday night i fotherMr and Mrs T F Mldklff who I Malted relatives and friends hero last week retjLtnied1 fyontfay tp their Hom- oxOwensboros v Mrs TUargarct1 Clements mid daughr al Hiss Nellie who spent last wcfck with his daughter Mrs H C Wright returned Monday to their homo at Ow ensboro Mrs Bee Brown afcd children of Ev tuisylllc are the guests af her Moth er Mrs Charlie Johnson this week RalphIfamily Saturday night lvr and Mrs J E Coleman who have been Visiting relatives at Cent rtown for the past two weeks re turned home Saturday Wanted Can use two good hands at Fords Mill Important Notice It is very important that I know at all times just where the Ohio county graders are Hence those using them will please report to me as to their location and how long they will have to be used in that locality Please dont fail to comply with the above G A RALPH Road and Bridge Commissioner for Ohio county 52tf AFTERIMAGES Many Delusions Intimately Related to This Unfamiliar Law There are two kinds of light waves omitted from all objects color and white waves Whenever a source of light as the sun strikes an object part of that light Is absorbed and part reo Ikitcd thrown back 1I latter represents such objects luminosity The color blind are never Mind to this form of light A mirror reflects al most nil the light that falls upon it Polished sliver reflects 01 per cent of perpendicular rays Broken surfaces split up such light and so appear dark The more luminous tin object the more Intense is Its effect upon the retina lust as two horns affect the ear more keenly than one The more intense or stimulating a light the quicker is the retina lxhat cmtecI It becomes tem porarily paralyzed in the cones of such n lur Look nt the sun then look iway and you will still see the sun but its color appears a pale blue which Is the furthest contrast to the yellow orange of the sun It Is the comple mentary color Time light of the sun is so intense tbat It qulcklj exhausts time yeworango cores leaving those far theft from It blue the complementary of yellow least exhausted hence this afterimage of the sun looks blue actually n pale greenish blue A mother was sewing a scarlet gown held in the sunlight by time window Turning to her child playing on the hour she shrieked believing it was dying She saw no red In its face which made it appear corpsellke Al slims witch making religious hysteria pseiido Insanity mind the attribution of supernatural power are Intimately re laced to this unappreciated law ot- nflerllllngcsEdwnrd A Ayers in Century THE LOG JAM Quick and Sure Must Bo the Workers When It Goes Out Log Jams are not an ubnonunl part of the rivermaifs work us most people suppose but a regular Incident of the days business In the breaking of them the Jam crew must be quick timid sure I know of no finer sight than the pryheaveThen all at once the apparently solid surface begins to creak mid settle The men zigzag rapidly to shore A crash mid spoilt of waters murk where the tlrst tier Is already toppling Into time current The front molts like sugar A vast formidable movement ngltntes the brown tangle us far as you cnn see and then with another sudden and mighty crash the whole river bursts into a torrent of motion If everything Ins gone well the men are all safe ashore leaning on their pen vies but ready at tiny instant to hasten out for the purpose of discouraging by quick hard work and tend ency to plug on the part of the moving timbers I have seen men out of bravado jump from the breast of a Jam Just us It was breaking down to a float Ing log attend thus to be carried In the sweep and rush fur down the river A single slip meant death Rtcwait Ed ward White In Outing Magazine A Painters Odd Ways Alfred Hunt was at the same tlrao both a very slow and a fastidiously punctilious sketcher from nature n combination which is said to have has tened lily end for he had a block for very hour of time day and every con dition of weather and overladen with these he would often trudge a lengthy distance to his work He would then start say on an Incomplete morning effwt in sunshine to be cast aside for similar subject in shadow if the clouded over or for a noonday mc directly that hour was reached Its snil that ho consequently sometimes carried ua runny as a dozen varieties of the same vllSt James Gazette i Valuable Conch Shell there lire evidently a number of inysturious properties about the conch hell in Its relation to Indian religiousI rites and ceremonies that vestigation For instance n conch with its spirals twisting to tho right instead if to the left Is supposed to bo worth ts weight in gold Some years ago n onch of that description was offered or sale In Calcutta with n reserve Irlce of a Inc of rupees placed on It- t was eventually bought In for 4000 rAliuhabad Pioneer I t5 4 ist tt u WOTILumber 8uM to Become MoreVuablo- as Time Passesya j mluretoes1t is worth while tor the farslghtel farmer to see to It now that his wood lot Is so handled as to yield the largest possible supply of this Blow growing tyTbothe management of tho farm Wool lot have been compiled from the rnibliea tions of The experiment stations and of the forest service The farmer should aim to maintain and if possible Im prove the value of his wood lot while using it Too often it deteriorates un der use If ho cuts the best trees or those which are easiest to work up he leaves the weed trees as foresters call them that Js the useless trees which crowd out and displace good trees to reproduceOne should bo kept up and thut h to Increase the supply of tho kinds of trees which It pays best to grow While a large part of the product of tbo wood lot will generally be firewood it will pay the farmer better to grow OH large a product ns possible of railroad ties telegraph and telephone poles and saw logs A High Quality of Product- A high quality of product will lie pend not only upon the kinds of trees but on the size of time trees A large tree Is worth much more proportionate ly than a small tree because oRtlme better quality of Its product The farmer should always see to It that his land Is fully stocked Before a Tree Is Cut The farmer should cut his trees KO as to benefit the forest The brnnchy wide spreading tree the crooked tree or the tree of a kind which Is not likely to prove salable Is the best for hint to cut when lie Is gutting out hip supply of Ilrcwood This glens rooms for the better trees near by to grow as well as opening the ground for reproduction Before a tree Is cut It should be lifted what trees will take advantage of the cut rare should be taken In cutting to do as little harm to young gtv wth often regarded as brad as possible White Oak For Cooperage Ill connection with the use of do natnrod alcohol for various purposes tie following In regard to tight cooperage Is of Interest An Industry more completely depend eat upon one species of timber tlmn Is tight cooperage would be hard to find Tight cooperage depends upon white ark and white oak of good quality A single defect In n stave or head mummy cause the loss of the contents of the en tire package For alcoholic liquors only the best white onk will serve Stuck of this grade Is always In demand and oniuiands the highest price In ciuan ity oil and tierce cooperage ranks first but since this grade is very largely made from timber which will not snake dcohollc stock It cats In ono em1 be rnrnunl a second grade tlmonglirthis re fers to time sawed stavon II Af Ilnle Sowing Cabbage Seed Cabbago seed should be sown utflliqiiont Intorvals so that wo have n con tinuous supply of just the right sized plants for some weeks says n writer 111 Kuriii and Fireside 1 sow Danish Itallhend lute In April aril nil through May Surelioad or others of the Flat Dutch type somewhat later anil Fairly Wlnningstadt even up to the end of Tune x MONKEY HELPED TO FISH ccompanled His Master and Was Valuable In Landing Catches For some years 1 lived In a small own not far from Frame and being very fond of tlshlng I was able to indulge In my favorite pastime vets often as the little river abounded In trout mind I had permission to fish about eight tulles of It Time only boat on fie like belonged In a Captain C who rented a large souse with grounds coming down to the lake anti he very kindly allowed me the use of the bout at nil times The captain was perhaps time finest fly fisherman 1 have ever seen 1111 enthu siast at the sport and way often to be scon In the boat his page boy rowing him about The other occupant of the boat was Invariably a monkey that sat stolidly In the stern sheets but when the cap tain hooked a fish Jocko wits nil activ ity dancing about time boat ina most excited manner and us soon as the captain had drawn the fish near enough the monkey holding on to the gunwale with one hand would seize the fish with tho other throw It Into the boat and then resume his usual seat I never saw the monkey lose a fish nnd Captain C told me that be very rarely did miss one He newer took a landing net with him when tbemonkey accompanied him London Field LEGAL TENDER The Status of Coin Bank Notes Government Notes and Checks Unless an agreement is made the one ly payment known to the laws cash Primarily cash is gold or sllvpr Gold is a legal tender for everything Silver coins except the dollar are n legal tender for the amount of 10 only an the minor coins the live and one ce places to time amount of 25 cents There are many kinds of paper mon ey Only one can bo used In milking legal tender In nit payments the notes Issued by the United States government and commonly cultelllcgnltenderD- OtCS National bank notes are nJegal tender to the government but are not a legal tender in payment of a debt by one individual to another A check is not an absolute payment of an obligation It Is no better than a note and a note is not mon6yiMo8t r I j v k J to r oongations However fire1iletUIQ py check The receiver lias n duty perform must present the check within nreatsounbic time to tho bank on which It Js drawn Should IQCarry It In his lock tfor several months and in the meantime the bank should fail ho would be the ioerNow York Press l Henry Hudson Beyond time fact that Henry Hudson was English nothing is known of hla birth In 1007 Hudson sailed from London In a tiny vessel tho crew con slsted often men and a boyto discov er the Northwest passage On this voyage time navigator passed tho eightieth degree of latitude Two years later Hudson sailed for North America and discovered the Hudson river up which ho sailed ICO miles In 1010 Hudson sailed In tin English ship named the Discovery and discovered Hudson strait nail Hudson bay where ho win tered The crew mutinied and set Hud sou his son ohnanll seven Infirm sailors adrift In a boat Nothing has ever since been heard of the great sailor who gave his name to Nqw Yorks river Evolution In Lighting The candle 11111 lamp the gaslight the electric lightthese are the steps which mark the development of the lamp And how marvelous a growth It Is How great the triumph over darkness Intho beginning a piece of wood burns with n dull Maine and tills the dingy wigwam or cave with soot nnd smoke Now nt the pressure of a but ton the house Is filled with n light that rivals the light of day with not n particle of smoko or snot or harmful gas Are there to be further triumphs In the art uf lighting Are we to have n light that shall drive out the electric light Time only cnlltellSt Nicholas I Absit Omen Abslt omen May the omen be away Suppose n Roman sneezed a premonition of sudden death Prompt ly he murmured nbslt onion a prayer that the omen might pass away from him It was a simple prophylactic measure of watch the same value ns the crossed lingers or the rap of time knuckles on wood In our present day avoidance of the ever menacing hoo doo must salutary practices which It would be a pity to forget New York Sun Efficient Work When will we leirn that It Is not tho number of hours we work but the etll clency of the work done that counts Many of us would accomplish much more In two or throe hours of vigorous effective work when the mind is fresh and resourceful than we could accom plish In nn entire day with the whole system out of tune Success Magazine Reduction Sale of Hogs To make room fur large crop of pure bred OurocJersey pigs wo will make some attractive prices on CO head of common hogs consisting of sows and gilts bred and open pigs and shoats Some of the sows are bred to our registered Duroc Jersey boar I3ARDWELL C BARNARD Williams Mines Mcllenry Ky Notice To Miners and Farmers We ask of you not to buy wagons or buggies from the HickmanEbbert companyof Owcnsboro Ky until they recognize the union and employ union men Done by order of the local JOHN WILSON Recording Secretary Echols local No 678 U M W of A tf A PROMPT EFFECTIVI REMEDY FOR ALL FORMS OF RHEUMATISMLigmbat Kldnmv Troublm and- Klndrd Olaaaa GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied externally it affords almost in slant relief from pain while permanent results are beln effected taking It In ternally purifying the blood dissolving removingltfrom DRDLANDOf Brewton Ga writesI bad been s sufferer for a number of n andaheumatlsmInmysrmsandlegs gather from medical works and also consulted blllelaDl1buUOUDc1nothlnlf precacsforDR C L GATES Hancock Minn writes eauHdbtbeyJlutpalm 1 treated ber with SDUOWand today ebe rune around aa well and can be I prticrlbe 6DHOPS for 07 patients and me It In my practice FREEIfLumbago Sciatica Neuralgia Kidney or any disease write to us for a trial bottle of 5DROPS PURELY VEQITA1LE s DROPS is entirely free from opium cocaine morphine alcohol laudanum and other similar ingredients Large 8liBout SDHePS toe Doses 9100 rr UbyOrMClaU IWANWN RMEIMATM IMf WMPAN1- TBept4 1f4JaOtftet llleap fl 1j ior WWVWl7SsVl7 11 1sJ y I Happy 41- r WEEKSt Ar It I CARSON CO S I Beginning 1 at 8 oclock t a m MondayI July 29 and ending Saturday night August 10 we announce the merriest jolliest and 1 most enjoyable occasion of the year Dont miss it be IIftwo wee sa pleasantly unlike any sale youve ever known You smile at the name and the ideaalready And youll smile for another reason within thirty seconds from the time you enter our doors See if you dontt Heres the Reason I The fruits of a backward season are overripe in our Clothing Department It will be the happiest two 1weeks fur men and boys that has happened in this 1Itf Happy Bargains IHappy sty Is Dress goods altogether as fine as ev er but oh the difference in price Five hundred yards Lawns and Batiste lOcI 13c and 15c values 1 I but till we ask is a smile and 7 c a yard Two hun I 1thatbut we are smiling them away at 39c I Another Smile To be able to stop and save at the same time is a i timely opportunity and a happy one Grasp it and JOIn the merry throng that smile at these prices GingnameJust the time of year to buy them All silk dou bletipped Long White Gloves twodollar quality only 139 All Silk doubletipped Long White Gloves 1 25 quality for 98c A Smile and 10 Centsr I We have gotten together a collection of desirable articles from allover the store and put them on a I 1paidsmile whenever you use it I aI i Come and share this happy event these wellstrmtIenl CARSON j CO 1J INCORPORATED Hartford Kentucky 99999N99 09 99 p9 S v u a o oo o owOiOwSiaJ3i5J5 3 III= THE FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION fi OF THE bt bt 1 BREPENRIDGE COUNTY FAIR tf 4Will be held at Hardinsburg Sept 3 4 and 51907j 5 A premium list of 3000 500 special premiums = added by local business men One f the best E= equipped and most beautiful grounds in the State bt g Reduced rates and special trains on railroad = n Wi e rEt 2A y J- if r l 0 1 t 0