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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fFP I + r 7- J I y f tartfedt UqnbIicanr Fine JobWork t DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL PEOPLE OF OUZO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year f f XX ZiL t HARTFORD OHIO COUNlpk KY FRIDAY AUGUST 9 1907 No 4 p a TATEMENIFROM POWER S Shows Special Judge Robbins J in Bad Plight Affidavits of Reputable Citize Support HimNYill Yet be Acquitted Georgetown Ky Aug 3 1907 To the public In view of thu things that transpired during tho recent s clal term of The Scott Circuit nt which my caso was to have been tried hnd in response to the tntpr ea t sloiltiliattho pros 1 JOl hns atlempt cd to create through publications friendly to tho managers of the cu against m l wish fo make this state inent The first thing I want to speak of la the remarkable decision of Judge Robbins with reference to the affida vit asking him to vacate the bench It will be observed that this decision is unique in two respectsthe crl cism of me for falling to file the affi davits of other persons in support of the tact alleged in my affidavit and the determination by Judge Robbins In the same opinion that I could u legally do it under tho laws of Ken tuckyand that tho statements in my affidavit are conclusively presumed to lie true Ho says It has been MId 1 p the court the Court of Apcals that the facts set out by the defend ant if sufficient in substance whether true or false can not be controverted Jjy the adverse party or the Judge It is also said In tho cafpf t5yLawed to create through pubulfcatlpns declaration of law the Judgelp f not controvert the statement of the iiffldavlt ATTACKS ROBBINS RULING When Judge Robbins took t oath of office as Special Judge In my Case he solemnly swore that he would try this case attending to law that Tie would administer justice without respect to person Judge Robbins not only controvert ed tho statements contained in my affidavit himself but permitted theI prosecution to do It and how he could rule this in the face of tho law as laid down by himself and in the face of the oath he took to try my caso accord dng to law is beyond my comprehen sion While I had abundant proof to support every material allegation in my affidavit by the affidavit of others my counsel advised me that I could not legally do it and Judge Rohbliis opinion holding this as tho correct view of the law seems to verify the wisdom of my counsels advice My counsel felt that they were not practicing law before the bar of jmbllc opinion but before a court of justice where they had the right to ex isect the oath of tho Judge and the well established rules of law to be a regarded and not made an open and llagrant mockery REPLIES TO THE JUDGE Judge Robbins saysU will be observed however that the material facts set forth are not within the personal knowledge of the defendant but as to him are merely hearsay That is true I am forced to lie in Jail I cannot know of things of my own personal knowledge All I c dois to state the facts as they are Is represented to me and then say in the affidavit that I believe them to TJC true and that Is legitimate and proper The law holds that to be suf Jfclent and yet Iam censured and criticised by this Judge when every sane man in the world knows that un less a prisoner could be permitted to disqualify a Judge upon information gotten in that way the Judge could denounce the prisoner and enter upon the trial ot his case with the avowed declaration that he would hang him regardless of the law and the evidence to and the prisoner would be helpless The efforts oft Judge Robbins to prejudice my case and place me in a false light before the public and his going outside the law and his oath to accomplish this purpose is enough to to convince all falr rainded people that he is hostile to and prejudiced me and would not have afforded a fair and impartial trial- I see it charged in certain newspa pers that I prepared the affidavit re moving Judge Bobbins from the bench that I had it tiled over thee protest Pf p my attorneys and that I am now m tog this statement contrary to the G I l rr Y- Y 1j f r Wlsle njidvftdvjlce These statements lire wlthout I foundation In fact wtatut rC I ThaBtiUcnient is attributed to Ca monwealtiis AttorneyFrnulclin that am trying to delay a trial of my ct and that when my counsel were about to agree that the trial should proceed that I always shooed them oft and prevented theiii from reaching an agreement dnSFranklin that I Vauld nn Immcdlitu trial oCiticnsitI salted him a through him tho other representative of the Commonwealth to join ii counsel in a telegram to Gov Reel hum asking him to appoint another special Judge without delay to l 13rPeproceed If Ye could lao agreed upon a Judge the special term of tort rtIt rtt3t my case been tried at once s0lit the hope of reaching an ngreeI anent heel securing a fair Judge my attorneys submitted to Mn Franklin the names of thirtytwo highclass lawyers twentytwo of whom were Uemo mats and before any of whom were willing to go into trial in th totlg any n qualified highclass Republican lawyer or Judge in time State of Kentucky All thse propositions were refused i b Mr Franklin and those represent tIng the prosecution My atorne then offered to submit an list of names FRANKLINS REFUSAL At this point fir Franklin announced that he would not consider Continued one eighth page ELECTRIC LINE FOR GREEN RJVER COUNTRY Will Probably Be Built Fro Calhoon to Hart hefordThe Owensboro Messenger of WedI nesday contains the following welcome news to Hartford people who have long expected nn electric line up the Green and Rough river valleys urea IfI constructed to Calhoon it will un doubtedly come on to Hartford I The electric railway from Owens hero to Calhoon for whfch right ofj way over the streets of Owensboro j was asked Monday night will be I built by home people and homo cup j trot Judge Wilfred Carico who Is attorney for the company stated yes terday that is a purely home enter prise but that the company Is not yet ready to make any announce ment of Its plans there being sel eral matters necessary to arrange first The building of an electric line between Owensboro and Calhoon has teen in contemplation for several years and considerable work has been done in one way and another toward I the consummation Last year foreign company secured options on right of way through nearly all of the property along the proposed route but failed in securing the desired aid from Owensboro and abandoned the protect of building It is probable that the nejW company of home peo pie will take over the rights of way and options secured by tho other con cern With Owensboro people tatting an active interest In the enterprise It practically n certainty that the building of the road will not fall One of the men who is interested in the proposed rood said yesterday that he had made some investigation of the Interurban roads out of Evans villa and found that practically allot them were built by Evansvllle ico pie with Evansvllle money and with out asking the aid of the outside world He believes that the sathe results can be had by Owensboro peo pie A very rich field would be opened Owensboro by the building of a road to Calhoun The most fertile portion of tho Green river y country would be made tributary to Owens toro Instead of Evansville as It has been heretofore that section havtn transportation depend almost exclusively on river I to moPublic Entertaftiment of The Ladles Aid Society of Center town will serve roes and cakes Saturday evening The Public is invited a The old people will be seined from 4 mo7 Pm Young peoplewili mritto hi y I i i zr IMPORTANT LAW DEtIDEDsoI Judge Blrkhead Hands Down Decisionl Construing the Will of the Late tdJas A Thomas Which Af ayealeers Many Parties I I One of the most Important lawsulm CircuitIyjudgment in favor of the plaintiffs in suit flied the 1th day of May1907by tits Emma J Thomas guardian I Evelyn Fair Thomas The suit vns tiled for the purpose of having t court construe the last will and testa anent of James A Thomas decet ed Mr Thomas was one of IIarttor wealthiest citizens noel at the time 110rS011Is OIied3 for whose benefit the suit was ed The petition stales that at the timo of his death Mr Thomas owned ele estntebcs1cIesLlpr famityJu 1 no question was raised in thin litlg tton plaintiffs conceding that sum was devised to Mrs Thomas and in daughters Etta Stella and Lillle aliitheto whether by the terms of the lv lit went to Misses Etta Stella an EvelmamItTholUaliII j family residence hch now belong havingIpurchased same within the past ftttvi months and the personal estate The court adjudges the infant E clyn Fair Thomas to be a joint own er In all the rest of the real Bata owned by Mr Thomas at tell deaf she owning an undivided onetoursInterest therein All of ty has peen sold by the Misses Tfio as to various and sundry parties they have realized goodly amount for same Lot No 2 which joints Hayti was sold to Thomas Walker for the sum of 325 Lot No 3 a house and lot In east Hartford has been sold Visa Nettle Rogers for 1300 Li No 4 when sold a vacant lot near the Presbyterian church has been so to J C Riley for 250 and Is the 1 on which Roll RUes residence now located Lot No 5 which Is a vacant lot in east Hartford has be sold to E W Pattreson for 65 L No G which was about 16 acres alnit land In east Hartford has been sold to Rowan Holbrook and same has been divided into town lots and sold to various parties They realized for this lot 3000 b Lot No7 which Is ti dwelling south of the Baptist Church has been sold to Mrs Flora Philips for 600 Lot No8 a vacant lot In east Hartford has been sold to Delilia King for 180 Lot No U which was then a vacant lot but on which has been erected a residence now ocri pled by Dr J W Taylor was sold to him for 175 Lot No 10 which was about 126 acres of land on Muddy Creek was sold to JIIMoore for 126 Lot No 11 which was 250 acres on Halls Creek was sold to Mr J W Ford for 2800 Tho courts decision in this Important J litigation affects many parties Inasmuch as the infant Evelyn Full Thomasadjudged to be the owner onefourth Interest In all the ty It is difficult to determine what will be the ultimate outcome or e fPfeet of the courts decision Of course the estate is quite solvent and parties who purchased the prop arty will have recourse on It If they are compelled to pay the infants in terest but th 1ICmake any settlement or ce u elforland will necssearily cause a good ae confusion tlJandThe defendants have been groat n appeal to the Court of Appea bel1eardInUntll the matter 1s finally determined the courts the various purchasers of aa lithe property will naturally ba bdme Kwhnt apprehensive BendersDCounty has the distinction of being first lawyer licensed to practice at the Hartford liar since the recent requiring a strict examination we into effect Tho court requested t assistance of the entire bar tYedn lay evening at 70 for tho purpose of testing the applicants tittles and for rbrut two hours Mr Grady was subjected to a searching examination on ivery branch of the tats by some lawyers to whom that subject had lien specially assigned At the co il1 Elusion of the examination Mr Grady i average was found to be over 90 p cent which local attorneys say Is i especially good grade Mr Grady r felted his license and was sworn as ofareturn to to Ifday LECTURES Gives Splendid Description of the Panama Canal but Says it itWont be Worth the Price Bardess mini h I LheYCourt tia55ean l u twlsit to the Canal Zone and is lamll iar with the plan of construction and Infoint s all many years ago G1iI511ll it bhns now t l partIIsanie what dlslnteresthig Phil loiter part of Mr JohnsonH dis course was dowered to the present cw i IIIcmnprchrnsltdescrlptton l t I jlng built condenuuhd menus procure C sovereignty of the canal zone by the meatidis Isifor it It was difficult to tell from Mr Johnsons lecture whether if given control he would complete the discontitutldDeath of Esq Vaught isEsq J S Vaught one of the Jest known citizens of Hartford died sinI Uetcwt ofcounty almshouse where he had been inmate for several weeks Sever years ago he conducted a stage line between Hartford and Beaver Da and also had a general livery and fled stable During loft years he became rather feeble in body and mind Ho was n member of the Presbyterian Church and was one of Hartfords most respected citizens He was past 80 years old at the time of his death His remains were Interrd In Oakwood cemetery Saturday afternoon his fu aoctal being preached by Rev A 13 Gardner Many of Hartfords most prominent tt people showed their appreciation of tho honest Ufo the deceased had spent among them by their presence Tf1Ctime pall Dearers were J E FogleJohn Cc Thomas C P Keown C R Campbell C Riley and Crept S K CoxI Among The Lodgest greofRough River Lodge No 110 K of had an interesting short business session Tuesday night No rank iva was done but next meeting night the third rank will be conferred r Hartford Lodge No 075 F A had a fine meeting last blond Two candidates were Inltlat and three petitions were received Momal degree f aTa x Notice Sheriff R B Martin has receive- certificate from Auditor Hager of the amount of taxes due from Ohlocountr and is now ready to receive taxes tt I NO BETTER aftTITAN THIEVES ThentCompanyfI Twentynine Million Dollars Fine Assessed Against Indiana Branch for Rebating SaturllLrr thentimeiof Indiunu 2flt240000 for violations of the law accepting rcbaits from rallj roads The tine is the largest evirj 01Iany corporation in the history of I American criminal jurisprudence noel itsEl company Its rebating opera lions The case will be curried to higher courts by defendant company I Thu penalty imposed upon the com puny is the maximum permitted under I the law and It was announced at the theIt Tile Judge In fact declared In his opinion that tho officials of tho Stand j ard 011 Company who were responsi 1eible for the practices of which the cor betIthievesisitunIlion squarely The man who Hberately violates the law wounds soI whoIor steals letters from the malls I The court held that the railroads chave no more right to make a tlecrtjrate for u shipper than a board sccretlitjthat the law failed to provide morei I serious punishment than a floe i slsted that the penalty should be suf I deterrontlnotoffenders to persist in lawlessness At the conclusion of his opinion af ter announcing the amount of the fine Judge Landis directed that a special jury be called for the purpose of Inquiring Into the acts of tho Chicago hU1Ingthat the oil company accepted rebates from that corporation This jury is summoned for August 14 The decision of Judge Landis arous ed almost as much public Interest qI did the presence of John D Rocke feller and other ofllclals of the Stand ard Oil Company in the court room July C The crush was so great that a large force of deputy mar alsteals had much difficulty in control ling the crowd that was anxious to tattutee its way In the court room FOR THE BUSY READER french warships bombarded Casa Blauca and hundreds of Moors were kited I Charles M Pratt secretary of the Standard 011 Company said that the company has no intention of advanc ing the price of oil s An amended bill has been riled by Government in the powder trust at Wilmington Del Joint A Lozler known as the fight chaplain died at Mt Vernon was popular as an orator and was he author of several war songs ass Baron Edouard do Rothschild of the firm of Rothschild Frerer bankers of Paris has been decorated with ofrimHonor a s Y James H Banta the oldest engineer on the Illinois Central Railroad was aystruck by an engine and instantly killed while crossing tho tracks in Chicago The strenuous life is stud to be killing the men of Chicago at n tremendous rate while the women of the city are Increasing their longevi lifedThe resignation of David Hutcheson ntII 1 N is announced He had been nn employe of the library for thirtythree years 1 M Toni Wilson serving a sentence of nineteen years in time Eddyvlllo penitentiary upon conviction for shooting up Howling Green escaped from prison but was soon captured and locked up again llu WHS found hiding in the wieds 5 Many mounurs at n funeral in Lex ington were thrown into a panic when tile floor of tho porter of the home in which time funeral was being conducted gave way under the weight of the largo number of persons 5 In the presence of VicePresident Fairbanks Gov Harris and other dis tinguished visitors the beautiful monu ment erected at PnllnUay 0 In memory of the victory of Commodore withIIiJilllOIilli i DEMOCRATS HOLD NOM I INATING CONVENTION aDdIRepresentative A handful of Democrats held a con Mondaytor didate for Representative and a can didate for Jailer A large crowd was in town being drawn by court and the Johnson lecture but only aver small number was in attendance The convention was called at 1 oclock or before Organization was effected in a few minutes by the election of Ozna Slutltz chairman and Gabc Like is secretary and there being no announced candidates everybody held their breath pending the suggestion of some one for the places The name of a candidate for Representative was called for rod Yuncy Moseley named Birch Shields but Mr Shields who was present declined to permit his name to be offered After an embar rassing silence it was suggested that the nomination for Jailer be made thereupon Mr Tom Wallace was plac ed In nomination before the conven tion Mr Wallace promptly declin ed stating that he could not make the race Mr Gab Likens then made a speech in the course of which he said Mr Wallace Is too good a Demo crat to decline the partys call there upon a vote was taken nail Mr Wallace was unanimously nominated Judge Carson then placed the name of Mr S J Tichenor before the con vention as a candidate for Representative Mr Tichenor was not present Heel without further comment tho convention voted him time nominee For Sale Fine sow and six shoats Call on Dr Wm Forman Hartford Ky PERFUMES ARE ESSENTIAL to the well mannered toilet but you must select the right kind You cant trust to luckgood taste taboos indiscriminate selection 9 Our Perfumes add to the naturalcharm by imparting j that bewitching fragrance so delicate that it cannot be deciphered giving an individual atmosphere ofculture James H Williams The Store n I 1- a1 Y iT rtrtrtitT1 1 Trt t rt f 1 Ivlf r 1 t t t r 4o j i rt 1 j J j i c j I J t s1 1 y- t ta COiTNTY IA 1r i i z- cr T i HARTFORD err Kys Ii September 11 12 13 a nd 14 19071 a t Something for everybody to learn Something that will interestand instruct you The finest Horses in the State of Kentucky will be ex II hibited on this grand occasion A profusion of everything from Garden Farm and Dairy An aesthetic display of Art Needlework Painting Etc There will be exciting Running Trottingand Pacing Races each flay Increased premiums Enlarged purses Bigger better grander- than ever before A great display of Cattle Sheep and Swine You will see the best strains of Poultry of aU kinds on exhibition there Many7 amusements to please patrons Gorgeous and beautiful display of fruits Flowers and Vegetables Exciting Running Races each day by the rbest horses ever seen inthis section of the country REDUCED RATES ON ALL THE RAILROADS tAll Shows That Usually Co With FirstClass Street Fairs X NO DISCOUNTS ON FLORIAL HALL PREMIUMS WOMEN AND CHILDREN ADMITTED FREE FIRST DAY 4 tA Large and Commodious Dining Hall on the Grounds Come Early Make a Day lt Enjoy the Sights and Mingle With Your Friends 1YouCan Obtain Refreshments at Reasonable Prices on the Grounds For Premium List and OtHer Information Apply to S I ROWAN HOLBROOK Pres R E LEE SIMMERMAN Sec I JlJlioJfJlJlJlJlJlJlJfJfJfJ1 Jl t t c i OJ jfj i J JfJljSNAKE HERD IS LOCATED Are so Numerous They Become Plague TO FarmersI Section in Pennsylvania so infested f by Copperhead That Harvesting is a Peril A special dispatch from Middle towu Pa says This little neck of woods where the States of Penn sylvania Ohio rind West Virginia m etI is practically In the i o ession of snakes There hat never been a time when the treacherous iliiinellins cc p- lcer head was so abundant an now lie Je numerous and most ugly It J tho wont year tlui has ever btoii fatalijtlosthere havo been numerous cases of ttimkfl bites and tome of them have al most resulted fatally Eternal viglllence is the price ol afety it the mono which naB beta linndod around among the few harvta hands which rtnuita in the valley pnd this is the only reason given for lack of loan of life There la not one fork ful of ry being ilrd now i Mils entire neighborhood which is not shak Ohl out carefully for the lowbrowed copperhead snake who dearly loves to loaf under hay anil to this carefulness worei of harvest hauls attribute their Jiving today Some Idea of the pre valence of snakes in the harvest field can be sad front the fact that a few days since four harvest hands work ing for C S Ferguson of Holidays Cove W Va one of the big farmer of the valley killed thirteen copper head snakes in one afternoon in tak ing in a field of stay At least ten others got away Matters have come to that pass that harvest hands refuso to fork hay unless accompanied by a bodyguard of two with a club to get the snakes which stem particularly strong and Litter this season and are striking at everything on first thought John Swanzy aged 10 son of one ol the tenants on one of the big farms of tho valley had a hard fight with a large copperhead the other evening while his mother swooned on seeing the battle The child had gone down to the rural mall box in the cool of ttho evening and as he passed along a narrow path something struck at him from the grass narrowly missed his hip The child got a club and came V aback to the tuft of grass which he I raked with the stick and out came the 4foot copperhead full of venom andImother who had seen the fight start was brought to she asked the child how he had divined that It was take which had struck at him aI Hah said Jonuy in derisioni j cucumIbltsud what was doin I It is estimated that within ara lastIcopperhead snakes have been killed Tills of course does not include scores which have been trampled to death by hogs the natural enemy of the copperhead Many of the farmers at this dme have turned great droves of hogs loose In their front yards knowing that no snakes will cross a lot In habited by hogs unless forced to do so in order to save its own life There are none in the valley now io hot on the trail of snakes as tin two halfgrown daughters of John Connor a section hand who lives at Cumberland Junction the family hay OverWork Veakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood in your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutesL yourbloodter out the waste or Impurities In the blood If they are sick or out of order they fall to do their work Pains achesandrheu matism come fronlex cess of uric acid In the i blood due to neglected KHlOCY irouore Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady I thoutheykldneypolzonedIt used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbut I beginningmistakebyKllmersSwampsoon realized It stands the highest for its vondsrf cures of the most distressing cases and Is sold on Its by all druggists cent and merltscres You may Rootfreeout if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Df Kilmer BlcehamtCnN t 1 Jr Ti 1 ri J ling just moved from the hills back of Wheeling Junction where they auf iVrtd more anguish from snakes than perhaps any other family known The story of the Connor family is a local outsideIyet years ago sum mer they lost a twoyearold babo through the agency of a snake in a manner more than usually repulsive and sad Mrs Connor whose hair has turned gray over the incident tells of the occurrence sadly and asserts that she would rather kill a snake of any kind now than do anything else and she is training her remaining children in the way of snake killing It appears that two summers ago Nellie the babe of the Connor family had for some days been in the habit of begging a slice of bread after each evening meal The child seemed sick itself curd was not eating well and the mother one evening asked tho lit tle one what It wanted with the broad I Fur baby gurgled the little one as it was handed the slice and she trotted away Tho mother lollowMl Up past the old mllkhouso toddled the little one the mother following at a onjroundingA I was burned on her brain She saw mOllsterIConnor avers to this day that the reptile was In many coils yet Its head raising from the coils was as hlsn as the childs head The baby fed it bite by bite part of the slice of bread until the horrified mother made a wild dash and grabbed the child The snake disappeared like a flash and the child j collapsed in its mothers arms That night the life of the little one watt out In convulsions and members of the Connor family and all the neigh hors declared that death was due t shock following the snakes hypnoti- Influence IIn the event Connor his wife and two daughters have sworn to hunt down and kill every snake they can t find as long as they live and this is lone of the reasons they have moved from the hills The snakes now are more plentiful In the valleys i blastcIngpast few years has sent the snakes from the woods and rocky places to the arrest fields or to tho open I Near Mlddlestown there is one large field in which the bound and shock ed grain was allowed to remain until Christmas time because no one could be hired into moving it It was on the farm of a man named Caldwell The Wabash Railroad had been blast ing heavily one day when a rain came Just enough to lay the heavy summer I r lh3t J h WI r 1 reIacross the country road on from the place where blasting had been done to the field of grain It was plain that hundreds of snakes tad fled in the night from the scene of trouble to the Investing lower grain field and from that moment the field was cursed Since that lImo the snakes have branched out and multiplied Today every one Is terrorized Everybody loves our baby rosyswett 1 and warm i andIwas so cross to cry with pain Mother gave her Cascasweetnow shes drtigI l Young Men Wanted All young men who want to enter business pursuits have now the oppor tunity of a lifetime if they will only equip themselves with a good commirclal education It means much when large commercial schools tilde the Business University at Bowling Green Ky are almost dally called theyIrefrredture fully setting forth the cost time etc required to complete a business education I CASTORIAFor i The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature 7iIof C Toe on his Hand inca great on Itlsrsaid the member took root very nicely and has been growing calmly and paying strict attention to business at the new stand Some day these sturgeons will take chunks of a man and make him all over just as the woman folks make pathwork quilts i on Land inMcLean County j The leasing of ollrlght on lands in McLean county continues and two of Rockies men are now working the j farmers of the county paying 25 Int cash for each lease and iQc per acre royalty for a twentyyear lease They report having secured over 11000 acres to date Prom the many agents who have been taken leases the past five and six years we believe all the land In McLean has been takenupCal boon Star 0 f T ti AS OTHERS SEE KEN TUCKYS MOTROPOLIS The Situation in Louisvillle View Stands point I Louisville is going through an ex perience not very dissimilar to that of San Francisco in relation to municipal government The whole offciial staff of the city has been removed un der a decision of the Kentucky Court of Appeals The court set aside the municipal election of 1905 and ousted every officer returned at that time Gross frauds were proved in the count which brought in the nominees on the Democratic ticket Fraudulent ulec tlons are no unusual thing although 01111Inencethat the whole official staff of a city should bo unseated at one operation It Is true that we are in progress of accomplishing tho same result In San Francisco but for a different reason In Louisville the Court of supplied the motive power AppeasI nated the Governor of the make the appointments In San Francisco the prosecution of the grafters furnished the necessary force and has clothed Mayor Taylor with power to change the official personnel In both titles a complete muincipal revolution Is in progress with the result that the official routine is very much upset The inconvenience Is temporary but necessary Schmitz Is fading away into the obscurity of a wellearned prison One hears of him occasionally as making faces at the ofhisbrick but the revolution does not go backward Schmitz belongs to the category Of extinct monster TheI IulongwaySan Francisco Call I a y The Girl Who Works God bless tho girl wife works She is brave and true and noble She is not too proud to earn her own living dallytaskhind the desk or counter or printers case There is a memory of her sewed up In a silken gown She is like a brave mountaineer already far J strugglingrejoicing inspiration to us all It is an honor f e I MAGAZINE L 1 READERS SUNSET MAGAZINE 50andall the FtWestaUJ CAMERA CRAFT atISI00work of amateur and profeuiooal a yoat photographers ROAD OF A THOUSAND WONDERS a book of 75 pap containing 075picturesqueandQnfoa Total 325 All for 150 Addret an orders to SUHSET MAGAZINE Flood BuHdlfij Sao Fnncuco to know this girl and bo worthy of he esteem Lift your hat to her young man as she passes by Her hand may be stained by diswashing sweep lug factory grease or by printers Ink ut It is nn honest hand and a helping hand It stays misfortune from home it supports an invalid loved one Is a loving potent shield that protects many a family from the almshouse All honor to the brave 1womancate I H Another Deadener Against the Tobacco Trust A Washington dispatch says A sensation will he caused by the revised regulations of the Treasury De partment gdvernlng the sale of cigars willbel1ttV regulationsis thatheorfirms clusive right to sell a certain brand + ellto c directedto given 1 Keep the pores open arid the akin LcutburDbru1seoracratc eporesdruggist t N A 1 l f1tSr r WILL BECKIMI t APPOINT A JUDGE IToafOnce Try The Case of 4MV Caleb Powers t Andfo 4 Case Will Have to go Oyer i r R id October i A special dispatch from Georgetown to the Lexington Lender lust Siunr day says I tConmcUn stories concerning wlieth Beckham will ap 1 l qlnt a special Judge at once to try viewitakenl in the near future seems to he based on the assumption Unit he will ill the bench immediately simply because he has been rcquestd to do so by lice j Cominontvealthiit i general opinion hero that tho Govern j ors idea of How a verdict would affect the November election should it bo given before that time will determine I I whether or not the case will be tried at a special term this summer a report here today from Frankfurt howover 4bays the Governor may make the ap point milit during the day I Some people express the opinion t that as much time as possible will he I consumed at this time In the effort to I secure a trial judge until it will be too lato to try the case before the regular j term in October This would throw It over until November if the trial is opened again at The tuft the elections will have been over be fore even the possible selection of a ju- ryp This of course would bring a verdict long after the elective offices in the State have been filled Although according to a publish ed communication to the Governor Franklin has expressed his desire to have the case proceedd as arly as possible it is taken here as n matter of horse play on the part of the Com thoserwho have gone through till of the trials are to the effect that time Common wealth never wanted a trial at thl time that there was a marked scarcity of prosecution witnesses and thatI was the intention of Franlvlin all the time to have the case continued in I some way rho defense however showed its anxiety for quick procedure warren it asked Judge Robbins to adjourn court over until some day next Week so us retain the witnesses on the subpoenas t served in case a judge was agreed upon at the time Objection by the State caused the adjournment of court courseMAfter having clamoured for a trial at this tlmo for over a year and worked dllllgently in tho preparation of his case Powers Is keenly dlsap lolnted that he is not today In the court house facing a Jury With the expectancy that a hearing would be given now he has tolled with all his- energy assisting in preparing his side That he Is not today on trial for complicity In the Goebel murder hut been the keenest of disappointment tohimHe says however that he is in hope that a judge will be appointed at once and that tile case will bo gone on with He docs not think that the action of Judge Robbins in vacating AK the bench should delay the case more + than two or three days Attorney Franklin has given out the statement that he would guarantee W S Taylor that he could get back to Indianapolis without arrest if ho de sires to come to Kentucky and testify for Powers explaining the Issuance of a to Powers etc It is not IElxllected that Taylor will accept the V challenge following his oft repeated statement that he knows nothing to connect Powers with tho killing Raising Prom the Grave j A prominent manufacturer Vm A j Fertwell of Lucama N C relates ItI most remarkable experience He i After taking less than three bottles of Electric Bitters I feel like onoI rising from the grave My Brlghts disease in the Diabetes stage I fully believe Electric Bitters will cure me permanently for it has al ready stopped the liver and bladder omllllcations which have trouhleU me or years Guaranteed at all druggists Price only 50c ni Win let the Girl eo Along Tool A special from Elwood Ind Christian Wright one of time veaUhll est farmers In Tipton county and liv lag four miles Northeast of this city hero in quest of farmhands rame the weeds arc taking his corn harvest Is on and his wheat ft ought to be threshed and he would give two good men 9 a week each and board for four weeks a horse and buggy each for sunday driving and as an extra inducement for the right kind of hands ho would let his daughtersi accompany them on their drives I f Ho sayBstbat this would hold good for any competent man oft 1 i The Farmers Wife 11a very careful about her churn She j IlfterulnglndglvesIt thebutterIn churn In the stomach and digestive nutritive tracts are performed pro cesses which are almost exactly like the I apparentthenmakes foul all which Is put into It The evil of a foul stomach hI not alpno i the bad taste In the mouth and the foul oCIi A Dr Tierces Gotdon Medical Discovery makes tho aoitt and foul stomach sweet It does for tho Jtomach what tho washing andsun bath do for tho churn absolutely removes every tainting or corrupting ele ment In this way It cures blotches pimples eruptions scrofulous swellings ullIyour mouth coated tongue foul breath uro weak and feel depressed anddespondent havo frequent headaches dizzy attacks gnawing or distress In stom sourorappetitetliesesmptomsoranyconsiderable lazyliverwlththogestlon or db epsla and their attendant derangements Taiteaee w ms- tto sr s r n o tt- a p t n c1 Fa g tvr PI- c S IUt tL Tnat this Is absolutely true yoursatisfactlonIfto Dr IL V Pierce IlufTnlo N Y7or a fromthnthe names of all thin Inerodlonts entering Into his world fumed inrdlclncs and show Ing what thin no4 eminent medical men of the unto say of them H 00 n good character who would help hint ou In this time of need When ask ed what ho would do if the men hired under such conditions should run off with the rigs and his girls he said u thing was hardly probably and then apparently thinking the mutter over ion a moment ho added Voll 1 out know whether I would be the gainer or the looser by such a deal as that but Im willing to take the risk for Im up to my neck in work and must have help Notwithstanding the liberal offer he did not get any hands here- DeWitts Little Early Risers dont sicken or gripe Small Pills easy to take Sold by all druggists m L RURAL FREE DELIVERY GROWING RAPIDLY Report of Postmaster General Shows There Are 37000 Routes now Established A statement Issued by the assistant postmaster general shows that there are now 37000 rural delivery routes In the United States T he largest number in any commonwealth is credited to Illinois which has 2775 Closely following the leader are Ohio with 2492 Iowa with 2303 and Indiana with 2130 Pennsylvania is the only other state with more than 2000 If to the central western states mentioned there are added to the showing for Michigan Wisconsin Minnesota and Missouri the total of routes is more than 17500 Figures indicating the amount of business handled seem to tfltow an in creasing popularity Thus there are reported to be fortysix routes on which more titan 15000 pieces of mall are handled every month ten of these having a record of over 20000 pieces Taking the country over the average number of pieces of mall handled on a rural route each month is 4425 a grain of 20 pet cent over the showing of a year ago when time number was 3088 What Is more encouraging Is that few routes show any falling off tho gain being general I Another interesting item which re flects the apprcclalon of the conven ience which the system has for the people of tho rural districts Is the re port of thq number of motley orders Issued by tho carries There has been a gain In this respect of about 25 y a gain In this respect of about 25 percent the average being GSii a month as opposed to 518 a year agoCommeli cial Union Hunting ForTrubleIve lived in Callfoinla 20 years and am still hunting for trouble in tho 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 25c m GRITIGISED THE V SOAP COMBINJi I And HarmsWorth Must Pay Quarter ofaMi11iOt1 lu Defense in Suit Against London I Mail and News With drawnj Time Libel suit against the London Dally Mall and the Evening News W SunlightIi two weeks ago IThe case dame to a sudden end after Wllllitm Hesketh Luxxi and others had testified the defense withdrew Its plea of justification agreed to pay 250000 damages the full amount halted for and to withdraw tho statements on which the suit was based The sum to be paid is the largest ever awarded In a British court The presiding Judge said lire defendants for the sake of their own reputation did well to make a settle= mentAccording to the testimony a combine of British soap makert was in process of formation last summer when the Mil and the News which are ow ned by Lord Northcliffe begun hammering the Lever concern Otter newspapers criticised the soap trust en general principles and white tat soap men considered their remarks in some eases unfair they did not regard them libelous It Is said that the Northcllffe papers alleged that Lever Brothers adul terated their soap and gave only 15 ounces to the pound The attempt to combine tilt swap establishments failed owing It is said to the hostility of the newspa hers It Is alleged that tho failure of the trust did not silence the Mail and I the News which declared that abandonment of the combine was Itself a fraudulent transaction and in fact that the Levers were efforts to organize a soap continuingI This statement plaintiffs counsel was utterly false and worked much damage to the Sun light soap trade When the case came tip for hearing it letter said to have been written on Lord Northcllffes authority was read In court In this communication the writer expresses Lord Northcllffes sincere assurances that his aim and intention were to maintain t the strictest impartiality and in quot ing the views of dealers and giving publicity to correspondence reaching us the Daily News assumes no attitud of hostility toward your flrmbut de sires to present all sides with fairness Lord Norlhclffe hopes that you will not deem the attitude of the Daily Mall at any period of its history I unfriendly to your firm I am empowI erect to assure you that the contrary would better express his feelings Counsel tor the plaintiff character j Ized this letter as the greatest possible I act of hypocrisy and It was written by some subordinate with the hope of Influencing ing contracts The DailY Mall Is said to have stated that one of the objects in forming the trust was to cut down expenses and that after negotiations for the combine hud been begun HOO persons were dismissed from the plaintiffs employ In one week Lever Brothers counsel said that this assertion vas without foundation infactThe Lever Bros are probably the largest soap manufacturers In the world and are understood to have a capital of 3000000 Hows This I We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any casq of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hals Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co ToledoO We the undersigned have known P J Cheney for the last 15 years and j believe him perfctly hnl business transactions and CluanclallrI able to carry out any obligations made byhls Tlim Vahflhg KInnan Mari vhf Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0I Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter i blOOdlmdTestimonials sent free Price 7f c pert bottle Sold by all druggists Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Dog Sense Saves Family i A trick taught a pet collie by the OOOOOOOO OOOOOaCtOO00000006 ct 0Convalescents need a large amount of nourishment t 4 in easily digested form 0 I Scott J Emtirion is powerful nourish 1ft ment highly concentrated j CD I ctt It makes oneb1oodand muscle without i i 1 putting any taXonthe digestion ALL DRUGGISTS J COo AND SlOO V No 000 I I Y jcMlUrtn tuv d tho lujhHy of Vitilt t u a prosperous farmer in ur Ox dogtmjpi Vt alltjru I liiI H Jd ijwbarlflilgsfttsped tho nit ilfiifcr beiljiks lie had fKn fets t toilb wh n ummofilng ilu Sand flrnn xl1e1th and In an in stnnt tio 1Ilxnliuiif th gong wus rousing tho entire neighborhood rfTi warning came In the nick of jfire for thu members of the fancily nr iy tstapod with Uuir lives Au i v8 the lather had to fight back K t flames wlforescoing his two hlldivr who hud been partially over lon with the tiinoke It was impossible to wjvo any of the furniture and Mr Deutlle was al iffios overcome by thin douse mnoko as groped its way to tho third floor djp wivo his boyw who were stupefied by ranrs and t noku The only strut turf brides 1I11 house that was harm ed is tie pump house which was des eyed The loss is partially covered by Insurance Many hundreds of persons visited the rules finding Mr lice Hitting upon a chair the solitary article of furniture that war BSvid Tho BeaUlo lions harm u land mark in this neighborhood bring fin IBhtd throughout with valnui and Ilua ttyrx Ve never repent of eating too j little was one of the ten rules of i life of Thomas Jefferson President of the United States and the rule ap plies to every one without exception during this hot weather because it is hard for food even In small uuan titles to he digested when the blood j Is at high temperature At this sea son we should eat sparingly and prop rlWE should also help the ntom j ach as much as possible by the use of a little Kodol For Indigestion and Dysjf jisla which will rest the stomac by digest ing the food Itself Sold by all druggists m CHIGGERS INFEST- BLACKBERRY BUSHES Fruit Dies For Want of Hardy PickersPest Also Saves j Squirrels LivesIMThe scarcity of Blackberries in JeM fersonvllle Is said to he more on acI count of a plague of chiggers In Clark county Ind than to a luck of pickers which has been supposed to be the real cause With acres of bushes bending from the weight of luscious berries I practically nnoe Is coming to market and thousands of gallons are drying I in the patches Sheriff John S Per nett of Jeftersonvllle who has just returned from the eastern part of the I county says people do not understand yesterIdaygo into the blackberry patches on ac taunt of the chiggers I They are everywhere and more plen j tlful than the berries They are note only preventing tho berries being picked but also are saving the squlrj rels from being shot as hunters cani not go into the woods after them on account of the little pests which are I so small that they can hardly be seen by the naked eye Sheriff Pernett had an experience with them and he wants that to be his last While visiting his mother In Bethlehem he went out to shoot squirrels That night ho did not iiuffer but when he started back to Jeffersonvllle the next morning he dls covered there was something wrong His flesh felt like it was on fire and he hchedrom the crown of his head to the soles of his feet In Washington Oregon Owen and Bethlehem townships Sheriff Pornttt says the main topic discussed Is ehlg feerf and there Is a belief If some thing Is not done tho people will be run out of the communities The pesif are thicker titan ever known ruin have been gradually Increasing tom the past seven years The bushes un lull of them and the blades of grass arc covered Men woman and chllii tar tire suffering from them and ii son Instances tho victims have been driven almost insane bj tie misery eau d by tie chiggers TIft are but two things Sroritf Pet ivtt says ho was toll that will extimlanto the chiggers after they tutu begun work on a victim timid this aro chloroform and gasoline Tluc Is danger of being poisoned by the use of Hit former und it te unsafe to smoko a ninuwhile using the latter hint either mixture will do the work In destroying the pst CourlerJoui nut Neighbors got FooipdII was Utterly coughing myself toi death and had become too weak lease my bed and neighbors predicted hat I would never leave It alive but they got fooled for thanks bo to God was Induced to try Dr Kings New t Discovery I took Just four one dollar bottles to completely cure the I cough and restore mo to good sound j lealth writes Mrs Eva Uncapher of f Jrovertown Stark County liid This King of Cough and cold cures and lealer of throat and lungs is guaranteed by all druggists Soc and 100 Trial bottle free m I Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought and which has been in use for ocr 30 years has borne time signature of per1IAllownoonetodcccivoyouinthisAll Experiments that trifle with and endanger time health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Gastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare- gorIc Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Marphino nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guaratitoc It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilate the Food regulates the sleepTheGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 9 Bears the Signature oft rm The Kind You toAlways Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTAUr COMNNY TT MUMMY BTRCIT NCW YOIIK CITY ffifftn ft If OUR CLUBBING RATES THE JlKitijiLicAN and Louisville Herald125TH- EIlKiTitMoAN and Louisville Daily Herald 250 THE ItKiiMtucAN and CourierJournal 150 THE RKIMMUTCAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat L75 THE REPUHLUJAN and Home and Farm L25 THE REPUHLICAN and Lippeuootts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Twioea Week Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TwioeaWeek Oboro Messenger 17h THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood llagazine150 Address all orders to I THE REPUBLICAN Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits 12 500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Dank Come in DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alvin RoweBurck Felix Jim Polk Stevens ZL Wayne Ortfln r AA A6A OoaC v0v o AAAAAAAicaOOoQ OOOO 0o = 00000 cQ- bS v TILLERS Of THE SOIL faX- 34 t9 45 Will Make no Mistake by Visiting the Ruiablo fa UC18 WILLIAMS MILLER 3 tCi 41 For anything they tteeYia the farm They It fi43 handle Plows of all kind and tunic Disc j It Harrows steel and woOl Craivni Harrows riding and i 49 walking Cultivators Wagons of the host makes tend j 52 hugics for yonnjr folka null nl l folks e3 of1 d 1 In Addition= We have the beEt equipped shop in Ohio county t J1 tq fitte l with the Jatest ii p raved machinery and ap Z 4 pliaiioesand besides aH kiwis of general Blacksmith t Iing can do many jobs in ftcstciass shape that other b fi shops cannot do at alL Everything at very moder t k I I tIfi= wILLIAI I IILLIER U 1 ti BEAVER DAM KENTUCKY bI ii i iiO ti i T 4T1L i l 1 u f c if t r 1 1TThe FirstsAlln 11xbibiii jiofithe A t J 1 I t RCKEEGE COU- f T J t y I I oq WILL BE HELrD A- THARDINSBUFLG 7 AI Ky r 1 tfSeptember 3 4and 5 1901J A premium list of 3000 SoOO men One of the bust equipped and most beautiful grounds In the State Reduced rates and special trains on railroad The management has been criticised by some for not offering more purses to racing This question was considered by those Un charge very carefully and they decided to make this strictly an agricultural fair The managers oJhe most sue f cesful county fairs in the State were consulted and they are all agreed that racing mixed up with agricultural shows Is a failure and all of them have cut It out We will have trotting races every day but our running races are limited to one for JJreckenrldge County horses and for mules We are usured of a very high class exhibition of stock and ugricurul products especially horses Wo shall have horses Jrom the Blue Grass to the Purchase and our stalls are being taken so rapidly that we are prepiulng to increase the number bUforo the fair opens As fur as the attendance Is concerned it is up to the weather We are not worrying about t i the attendance They are all coming that can and ninny that cant Gk Very Respectfully MrHr BEARDI 1 Secretaryu Hartford Republican linnet by tliv llnrtfonl Piilillrttilm Company t i i UMnnroRAVHii I t t t LdllorrCi- tErrnoJzsCvamborland 311- f RouCh ti Yr ZZ r FRIDAY AUGUST 9iExamine the label on your paper If- Its not correct notify us I 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 l For Auditor FRANK P JAMES j Of Mercer County I I For State Treasurer OAPT ED FARLEY ot McCracken County For Secretary of State I DR BEN L BRUNERIOf Hart For IJOf Boyd Commissioner CountIM J RANKIN t Of Henry County For State SenatorIJ W WRIGHT Of Muhlenburg County I For Representativei i DR Sulphur Springs Precinct I This country was never so prosper ous Why disturb It j I Let the people who want Tariff reform begin on their own products first I It does look like special Judge Robbins was just a little prejudiced against Powers i We are always suspicious of the fel low who turns reformer so suddenly I that he meets himself going back A Our Democratic newspapers are mute us mice on the proposed amendment to the State Constltuion Why so thenconstitution nextstepThose speeches of Atorney General r Hayes durng his race for the Demo cratic nomination for Governor last fall will soon be interesting readIng- i again t ItProbably that crank who Mayor Bingham claims to he annoying him and for whom he has detailed two husky 3i policemen is only Mayor Barths r ghost A vote for Willson and the Repub lican State ticket is a vote for non ti partisan courts nonpartisan boards p for the cheritable institutions and a f nonpartisan and better school system t Is there a voter in Ohio county who presentiwhich j lr J tlfv r u was fastened upon us by a Democratic Legislature The Republicans prom ise to repeal It if given power No more special Judges appointed b the Gpvernorshotild bt one of the is sues In the present State Campaign which should be pressed by the Re publicans Phe old way of selecting is good enough and it was devoid of favoritism If Jim llargis is an innocent titan we see no need for our Democratic contemporaries to congratulate them selves over his retirement from their State Committee If he is guilty why should he be allowed to go unpunished of untold crone and Caleb Powers convicted The fact that the prosecution refused to agree to a single one of the thirty eminent lawyers whom Caleb Powers submitted from which to e lect a special judge most of whom were Democrats to try Tit Is striking evidence that no nonpartisan ot decent trial is to be given him Kentucky is fighting ground for all the prospective candidates for the Republican Presidential nomination Hence they are all anxious to help us this year This only emphasizes tit Wisdom of the late State convention in not attempting the senseless act ol committing the State in advance to any of them The Democrats made a good nomination for Representative last Monday in the selection of Silas J Tlche nor Mr Tichenor is a splendid bus iness mat and a most excellent citi zen However he undoubtedly knows that Dr Duff is going to be Ohio countys next Representative and will hardly waste any time from his valu able business in a futile canvass Tobacco Growers Meet Hartford Ky Aug tAt a meet- Ing of the Green River Executive Committee together with the Finance Committee of each county in the dis trict held at Owensboro August 2nd I beg to offer the following report viz Five counties represented and a very harmonious meeting One of the order of the day was the revision of the present pooling pledge and the calling in of same and the substi tuting there for nearly a duplicate or last years pledge This new pledge will be sent to each county chairman In a few days The price on the re maining unsold leaf and lugs 1905 crop in the district wits advanced iiOc per 100 Ibs to take effect on Septem her 1 if not sold before that time It was also ordered that each local in each county in the District at next regular meeting discuss the matter of pricing the 1JOC crop ot tobacco now being held in pool and are also expected to elect one delegate to represent them in a call meeting of the Green River Dark tobacco grow ers to be held at Owensboro on Tuesday August 20th 1907 Said delegates should go instructed with a net price to the grower J P FOSTER Chmn Old Finance Com +Read This- I am justly proud of my old business in new quarters and am better equipped to supply the wants of the people In every department than ever before I am in a larger house espec ially prepared for my business with a great deal larger stock of not cheap goods but good goods cheap If you are thinking of buying anything in my line I would be glad to figure with you Yours for businessJ Your Jeweler and Optician now locat cifon Center street two doors above Jfae New Commercial Hotel 4t2 r I 1 CIRCUIT EBURT IN- REGULAR SESSION Convened on Time Monday and a Goud Deal of Business Doing The regular August term of the Ohio Circuit Court convened Monday on schedule lime The jurors had bees summoned to appear Tuesday but most of then received notice to come Mon day which they did On empaniHl ing thu jury Judge Hirkhead instruct I ed the jurors at length concerning their duties and responsibilities of same Those empanneled as Jurors are as follows- L i C Taylor W H Shields War ren Lindley J P Gilmore Hardln Awtry A T Brown J H Everly Wj S Brown R C Stewart Chariest Carson J W Coleman D E Thomas I Hubert Taylor Henry Owen Sam blrllAlexJury trials disposed of so for arc as follows rr J L Douglas vs J L Southard verdict of jury 15 for plaintiff i John A Ritz k solMcCormickvs jury for plaintiff for 150 with InI terest from January 1 1903 and the I further sum of 7476 with interest from January 1 1904 Les Renders administrator vs Tay lor Coal Co judgmentfor plaintiff 1000Commonwealth vs R H Basham ordered topay 10 per month for 3 months Rcney Hicks vs B P McKinley jurys verdict for the defendant H F Forman vsphlo County Tel ephone Co Jurys verdict for the defendant L RShlelds vs Has Burden judg ment of 1000 for plaintiff Isabel Foreman vs Smith Miles judgment of 1500 for plaintiff Ludella France admr vs I C R R Co judgment of 3000 for plaintiff Call for Committee Meeting- By virture of the authority vested In me by the rules and regulations of the Republican party In Kentucky I the undersigned as chairman if thai Republican Executive Commiteiherej by call a meeting of suld committee to be held at the court house Hartford Ky at 2 oclock Saturday August 17 1907 The object of said meeting is to consider and determine the time place and manner of selecting the nominee of the Republican party for Jailer of Ohio county Kentucky at the coming November lection to fill out the uncxpired term of our beloved Jailer Oscar Midkiff who departed this life on the 7th day of July 1907 and the further consideration of any and all matters pertaining to the in terest of the party as governed by said committeeM RAGLAND Chairman Biggest thing ever in Hart ford What Red Mews Street Parade at 1030 Au gusst 17 NARROWS Aug 7Mr and Mrs Will Park are visiting relatives at Henderson Miss Mabel Sharp is the guest of friends at Jeffcrsontowu this week Miss Annie Dunn has gone to Gray bon county to spend a few weeks with relatives and friends Misses Bessie Renfrow Lena Brown I E Po Barnes Si Bros The Advent of July j X Suggests the necessity of out and xii se f1 y immediate use and mark them at a price that willx Inaturally force its sale When you see these lots g Marked= down Clothing you wont be able to restrain x xkIIEight=Dollar Suits cut to = s 550 TenDollar Suits cut to = 700 I Twelve =Dollor Suits cut to 850 FifteenDollar Suits cut to 1000 X xtx MILLINERY aS X a tMiss Merrie King the head trimmer in this depart 4 j will be with us another week owing to the ac 2 J cumulation of orders which she couldnt possibly get xJfc out by July 4th Anticipate your Hat necessities for jg 4aKia5 and will appreciate any favors along that linexx weaver Dam 11and Corlne Thomas will attend the llUltratwere in Hartford Wednesday Mr and Mrs Rcet Clark went to Ow ensboro Tuesday to see Mr Clarks mother who is seriously ill Prof J W Petty is spending the week at the Chautauqua at Owensboro Miss Alice Fulkerson of Rockport I is the guest of the family of Mr Joe Shults this weeklAlbert Harrison and Rastus Bratch er will leaye Friday for Penrose Ark where they will engage in timber work i School opened here Monday with seventytwo pupils in attendance Prot J C Lawrenco one of the coun 4 tys most efficient teachers is in chargeNews has just reached here of thd death at her home in Colorado of Mrs John M Ragland Mrs Ragland was formerly Miss Loga Johnson of Sul phurSprlngsIA great deal of sickness hero and Dr Riley is very busy CLEAR RUN Aug 7Mr and Mrs T C Park gave a birthday dinner in honor of countylMissThose present wOre MrJ A Park and family and Mrs Bud Tappan and Children of Hertford Mr Jesse Chap man and family Mr and MrsL CI MrRobert J I i t r Mr and Mrs A E Stewart of Taffy Mr E H Murray and family and Aunt Rebecca Leach of Washington neighborhood Mrs C C Hoover and family M Murray and children Mr Jim Stew art and family Misses Leila Patter rlener Clarence Daniel D L and Oscar 1OnaTrogdenRnn Atstia presentswhichthat were present numbered 72 Good Ruaband rall fP r4 I iii 1 thssc-J I Fuir- s4SALE I H 5 EN T 0F SEAS011 L I find should our IY kt 6have moved long ago To sell them NOW means a sacrifice What we lose means YOUR gain For 1 I r FRIDAYAND SATURDAY i We have inaugurated our ENDOFSEASpN j SALE Our aim is to our L 0meansSummer Hosiery 50 dozen Ladies Seamless Fast Black Lace Stripe Hose our regular 25c every day sellers as long as they last Friday and Saturday per pall jL VestsT- wentyfivedoz bleached iesII armholes and desirable Friday and It is a recognized filet among the Ladies that I are HEADQUARTERS AI ALL for V woIRIETY STYLE and LOW PRICES on V GOODS For and 3 as a ment for their liberalpatronage we aro to place on sale our 10c The and 20c plain and Ifancy Wash Goods only these two days at perfyard tSit VISIT US BARGAINS AWAIT I Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 9 illinois Central RallroadTlme Table Nor III Monad Munili Bound No 1X2 due 407 urn NoISl lnltSl H in Noliluel330p m So 111 due 248 J in Nol02dne248pm No lilt dill ll40p m Special prices In all thin goods at Barnard Cos Mr C F Wallace Rosine made us- a pleasant call Tuesday Judge J F Carson Is the guest of relatives In Butler county Miss Settle Brown Kockport was 4n pleasant caller Tuesday Esq W P Miller Horse Branch was a pleasant caller Tuesday Capt John G Keown has accepted a position with the Gray tie Company Dont fall to see Barnard Cos Millend sale of Ribbon Red Mens barbecue at Fair grounds August 17 Mr S J Hawkins is quite ill of typhoid fever at his home on Liberty street Mrs J F Vickers and little daugh ter are the guests of relatives In Ow ensboro Mr R L OBrien returned Tuesday from a few days visit to friends at- M dlsonv11le We are happy In making others hap py Our lowprice tickle our custo tmers CARSON CO rhJjf FOR SALE CHEApone new Studebaker Wagon Apply at once to the Hartford Ice ColtfMessrs S J Tlchenor and W11H Duncan McHenry were pleasant callers on Thursday evening of last week Mrse T S Marks and daughterMIs I 1 iklary left Tuesday for an extended b Svlslt to friends and relatives In Ow ensboroAn 1 cream supper will be given by the ladles of the Goshen church Saturday night August 10 for the t4tof the church Mrs W P Render and daughter lljtle Miss Mabynand Mrs L E Ev erly Matanzas were the guests of rel Mast week In Hartford the latter part oi 4 c7t l I Ladies Ln Vests neck ready everyday seller at 15e forISaturday iii-only 6 TIMES going white YOUO- f veryII proved I The Ohio County Pension Board of examiners met Wednesday There were three applicants for examination We are Invoicing thip week Why shouldnt we be happy for the next two weeks CARSON CO FOR SALE One yoke of Oxen C P MORRIS 412 Ceralvo Ky WANTED AT ONCE 100 teams 325 per day Walton Wilson Rodes Co- Hartford Ky Let us make you happy by offering you some of our bargains during our cleanup sale the next two weeks CARSON CO Mr and Mrs Charles Unser Owens boro are the guests of Mr and Mrs S E Duke and other friends and relatives In town this week Mr Jas T Davis who has been quite HI at his home near Sunnydale for several weeks is able to bo out again We have all agreed to be happy for two weeks beginning July 29 and ending August 10th Our low prices tell why CARSON CO Mrs Fidelia Galloway who has been visiting relatives in Hartford and vicinity for several weeks left Tues day for her old home at Irvln qton Messrs W C Ovorhults and Otto Kimbley Smallhous left Monday for Western Colorado where they will engage In civil engineering with a railroad construction company Everybody come to Red Those who do not wish dinner can pro cure lunch on grounds Messrs J B Stognof Centertown C F Morris and J B Smith Ceralvo Dud Muffett Narrows W A Brown I Matanzas Norval Brown McHenry Robert Decker Rockport Elmer Bar nard Beaver Dam C T S Overton Smallhous Dr L D F Whittaker IMaxwell and Dan Aultmlre Render were among our callers Monday1 j Uncle Louis Gunther exhibited o ins this week a copy of the Laubaner publishedilocated on the river catwo columns wide and Is printed In German Mr Gunther prizes It highly has it was preserved by Us father itViJ ti rYou will be harpy too If you will only take advantage of our low prlfic sonic time during tho next twit weeks CARSON r CO Mss LHHo Burton Mr nisei Mrs V S TInsliy Dr J H Pitale Mss f1 Berry Tiiylolv CltiVt Her and RC-i Porter Hartford tful Ilcs Nurm t3v Grown Cenfuitowiij left at an uorl hour this nftSrnlng for a visit to iha Nlngra Falls Douglas Taylor a colored boy was accidentally killed by Henry Walsh another colored boy at MOHenry Tues playingflitpistol which was playfully pointed ut the Taylor boy by the Wash boy snapped a fow times thrust tune U fired untl the biH struck the boj in tho forehead Lightning struck a barn belonging to Mr Janus Cecil about two unties East of Hartford yesterday afKruoon during the electric stem setting It on fire and burning It down Consider able hay and grain was destroyed All of Mr Cecils farming implements and two calves wero also burned The loss will probably be 1500 or 2000 We are not informed whether any insurance was carried Fred Robinson Owen Ambrose Van Crabtreo and Allison Barnett mem bers of Co H Kentucky State Guard aro in Frankfort representing iheli Company in thu annual target practice They are accompanied by Cain James M DeWvtsu who will alsi take part in the shoot We hope some lof our boys may make good enough scores to got ou the list which will represent lit State In the National contest at Clinton Ohio HERBERT July 5Rev H T saner filled his regular appointment here Satur day and Sunday Messrs Jno limner Oscar Uco D A Miller anti Grant Metcalf attended tho assocIation at Friendship church hrst week Miss Matlio Mllllgiin is attending the Chautauqua Mrs Hunifi Mllllgan is visiting In Owensboro Mrs Amanda Stewart was called to tho bed sido of her mother Mrij Chappul near Lt wisport Tliursda Miss Matlio Burnett is visiting her sister Mrs Garl Lanum Fordsvllle Mrs Emma Miller spout several days visiting her parents near Walnut Grove this week Miss Baxter Miller is visiting friends in Owensboro and attending the Chau tauqua Mr and Mrs Carl Floyd mill Mr and Mrs Ben Swopu sonet Sunday U Mr Harden Lloyds Whitesvllle Mr and Mrs Will Holland and daughter Katie Charlotte of Whites vllle attended church hree Sunday and dined with Mr Ed Miller Mr Pate Taylor and wife Hayncs vllle spent Sunday wUh their son Leonard and family Mrs Austin Crowe was thrown from a buggy and received very painful Injuries ou her way to the association Hartford Business Institute A strong business preparation for a successful commercial career is now recognized as a necessity by every greatIestman who starts at this time will stand thorIoUgt suteIguurdlivelihood whenever necessity demands What could be more pitiable than to see a young woman in luxu y thrown on hr own resources without a practical education I It is no longer a question of getting positions for students but getting sin lents ready for positions The demand Is greater than the supply While we have had a strong class of students during the past two years we have not been able to fill the demands that have been made upon us for compe tent bookkeepers and stenographers Young men and young women with- a good common school education have enrolled with us finished the course and with their money making capacity greatly increased have gone out to positions of honor and trust Do you want to bo one of this number of successful young people If so write us for further Information Cat alogs sent free Address all communications to Nettie Rogers Principal Hartford Ky CERALYO Aug GMr Dan Barnes and family visited in Evansville this week Mrs DooneMilIwoodvlsiled her son Mr James Boone last week Mrs Blanche Jones and son Owen went to vlnclnes Ind Tuesday I Misses Jennie Matthews and Bertha i Morris are visiting in Evansville The Public school here opened July 29th Miss Myrtle Williams teacher Miss Euvn Kimmell returned from the Mammoth Cave Friday Mr Owen Gatton Matanzas was in our midst Sunday Mr James Boone has been affected with cancer on the arm for sonic months is at the point of death toni same j 1 t I FORMER mm CLERKi BEHIND 4545585 i I Will Make Good Shortage and 1 t if EsGijw Prosecu i tf M tfo t hisrijGI lt SHiKiiSn of Jvlfiixi a bounty ITto r ii 118 IhTS ra snJn1ft tw II Ir455b i ysjui i iiiysiixrKu of tfr Srn mills vmuiB wan begun Mr HinflS I hadSi iinsrly fufuKrt to give out tiny t utat Jnum ns to Hie result of his exiarainaiiiu and the filing of his official yepon was awaked with great interest I Villlam 1 Semonlns shortage as County Cloiu reached a until of 345j I455atf wnioh 1581J92 was due thei I 2SGB4lf3 Butt Uui Every iija of it has been paid r InSjavivr Henry 11 Hines completed i the invvbiigiition of Mr SuhionlnH I bocks sourly alter midnight mill im media I Mr S monin wrote checks for the amountmaking one payable to ilwjother to State Auditor S W Haw r sAanm Kohn counsel for Mr Sxin oniii appeared before Judge Lincoln and informed him of thu ability of Mr So imnn to settle and informed i him tnut both checks liwl been nude and indexfed by Mr Seinuiilnand wer made nyablu uU the FirM Nmiomd Hank fir Louisville wvreii nublee j iy correction and that Mr Semoiri should ivwivt any execs mdlKv a iJo original fiyuiva were found iu irrpf Our Contest Our cci test for free trips to me 1111iaboutbig lot nf votes being turned in they nre ceaalnly being ii cured nnd then In no doubt a surprise is in store for I someone Miss Thoniuueon increases her lend over her neatest oppouuni Iin North district but Mss Williford I makes an excellent showing In till i South difiric Mils Pirtle nmkes sub stantial guin ou her nearest opponent Miss Willis nit of the South district mnkuH an excellent showing There ire now hilt sixteen mon days until ue baUlo of balluis fit I but many votes are expected during that period Tim standing of the cult didates ts as follows i NORTH SIDE t Miss Cora Thomasson Heflin 0815 Mist Ieftie Willford Nocreek 5705 SOUTH SIDE t44isa UtnUw PirdeHartford13195 Miss Etlitlyn Jones 1 Hartford 11 F i D No 1 13005 Miss Harriott Fleiier Cromwell 400 I I Miss Ethel Thorp Williams Mints 470 Miss Stella Daniel Olaton2650M- iss Mary B WillitimsUob Roy 5900 ThemeatsfortheRed Mens barbecue August 17 will be prepared by to Pap Foreman SUNNYDALE Aug SRov Joseph A Goodman j filled his regular appointment at Mar wins Chapel Sunday His sermon on temperance was very good Mr Thomas Turnhum and Mss Anna King of Dundee Ky were married at the residence of her y married at the residence of II Duke near this place Salurtllt1 evening The ceremony was per formed by Rev G J Beau of hartf- ord Dr and Mrs Ivan Renfrow of Den i ver Col are visiting Dr Renfrows parents Mr and Mrs Murk Renfrow uf this place hisses Lena and Vera Miller Emma Wright and Willie Tall of Mnguuj Charles Rice of Birmingham Ala tutu Mr and Mrs Frank Graham of Narrows attended church at Marvinsj Dhiipil Sunday Misses Irene Whlulnshlll Minnie Etennfrow Calhxdoua Jones Mr Sidj ney Dodson wife and children atten 1 did the show at Dundee Saturday ulglu BEAVER DAM Aug iRev J Frank Baker filled his regular appointment here Sunday morning and night Rev A 13 Gardner filled his regu lar appointment here Sunday morn- Ing and night Mr C 1L Taylor formerly of this place but now of San Antonla Tex Is hero for a few duys pleasure and business Mr C P Austin Is attending the hvensboro Chautauqua this week Miss Ethel Thorp of Williams Mines spent Tuesday in town Mr J C Stewart and wife Weir City Kan who have been here the lust few lays visiting friends and relatives returned home Wednesday Miss Myrtle Hines Rockportspent Sunday in town Mr and Mrs Geo W Brunton and Mr and Mrs Jno L Lalllnger are attending the Owensboro Chautauqua this week Miss Dena Woodward left Tuesday for a trip to Oklahoma Mr Delaney gave a very interesting lecture hero Monday and Tuesday MrsfGepH Barnes who has been J J T a N dt Ifl 46Md t I August II Happening Month of hot vuather lust and flit Time I when people like to do nothing tues n e would too if it were not lor somu Spuds 1tiil at ourrstore that ve are giving just now We have some I luckyOuryard still eontinueH although it i jen to us that iungninsI I arTennis Shoes For hot voath er Whit + duck rubber Skj soft cool and easy For Men I Women and Boys Pricv To e1 t d 1 yo secure tfu pair of these Mercy tuy1u 1 e H r1y toit your size- f t THE MIDSUMMER STOUT NUM- BERMllDIKiKEIOURNllj Home AwgMt made j being evervvhere I DeendOn Us for Good Merchandise I IHARTPORD j VtN M 4ItJM tNOT GOOD AFTER AUGUST 12 FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITIO- NThis r Ballot Will Count 5 Votes Miss When properly filled returned to Rpublican office 4 or otherwise on or before expiration date shown above t sick for the past few days in not im prbvlng very fast Professors M D Maddox and M t1 Faughender left Tuesday morning for Jamestown and other places 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 slope hands and a tiny of social enjoyment The Improved Order of Red Men have taken advantage ot the ocoa beuuttIulCompany will give a grand PowVow ar barbecue They have arranged to have an address by the Great Sachem Mr Robert Lee Page of Louisville Ky A spectacular street parade where the Indian In his primitive oos bowlo knives war clubs and My iTtis- Scraggly Do you like it Then why be contented with it Have to be Oh no I Just put on Ayers Hair Vigor and have long thick hair soft even hair But first of all stop your hair from coming out Save what you have Ayers Hair Vigor will not disappoint you It feeds the hairbulbs makes weak hair strong The kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years lead br1 05yrCo Lown Ma Alto aauAtorer or- SARSAPAItiLLA yerS CHERRY PILLS PECTORAL st nO h Ladies Journal Fur as well H 1ltr nttr 1r on S aiH Hnit PaHornHI teris d n ii ttt ral Ka si est IntNrn t ne that Yon can dpIHridtli the nl vays and up tu dateCOlrectr I i for out and The by mail of IV have Lume y beet11 1 u t i j T D RENFROW i DENTISTAll work In his line executed by tht most Improved methods Crown ant- bridge work a specialty All work guaranteed Office up stairs next door to Woerners shoe store Hartford JAMES C BENNETT f h Hox 13 Jtnrtfonl K- yLICENSED AUCTIONEERWill sell any and all kinds of property In Ohio county Terms reasona ble Your patronage solicited I- other accoutrements may bo seen There will be a big base ball gamo by the best teams that can be had In the county foot races potato races and a number of other amusements to please the fancy of tho great crowd expected Do not fail to bring the children We have arranged to have swings hammocks croquet lawn tennis and other forms of amusement to please the young folks and children We have arranged to serve a bathe cue dinner on the grounds at the small sum of S5c per platewhlch we hope f will be In reach of all No admis sion will he charged so that every body big little old and youngIs ex pected to attend Old man bring your old lady and yourbestEverybody CouiQ and enjoy a dar with the Red Men tf t J r- i 1is I 1 t ii 5 t 1aJC I IMPORTANT SHOW AND SHOULD NO For the Fair Miss who Has Pledg ed Her Heart and HandI To say that a girl should be more careful at a certain time than at others of her manners would be ridle lous but It is perfectly true that there are occasions of situations during which a young womans actions m l lie more severely criticised and one of these is during the early part of an engagement Every smallest act of a girl is under the most minute Inspection of the family of her husband particularly If theyfutureI not known her previously and u wise woman who conducts herselfI in such a way that they only commendation and not blame She will lose nothing by standing her dignity provided always that 16 does not carry it to excess and thus become silly It is not the place of a girl to pay the first visit to her future husbands mother unless under exceptional conditions says the New York Evenli Telegram Should the parents be i Ili or unable to go If the mother has ee pressed a wish that she should btI not otherwise The theory is that the young woman waits to be we1 conned to the family to which In the future she is to belong and It is Cori that family to receive her graciously ImnwdlatchIShould the girl make the first visit she puts herself In In P position of thrusting herself upon tliom wtteth i they wish to have her or not mans mother who dues not call atj once upon her sons fiance Is not on ly rude but unkind unless there Is some serious reason why the engage ment Is discountenanced by his relatives The announcement of an engagement is made either by the girl or her moth er in almost any way they choose Cus torn allows great latitude in this res pert and It may he made public at a j IItimea rule intimates have already been acquainted of the fact by word of or by notes and in this case they are asked not to tell it until the date set for a formal announcemnet A Valuableaeon Six years ago I learned a lesson writes John Pleasant valuableI nolia Ind I then began r Kings New Life Pills and the longer I take them the better I find them They please everybody Guaranteed all drug sores 25c m m How Coins DisapDearITire story is told of a cashier in u New York restaurant who refused the I other day to accept a copper twoII cent piece and three flying eagle cents for a fivecent debt declarln that she had never seen any money and didnt believe they were good This may sound improbable but even those of us to whom the Isfsue in question were once familiar and that means most of us must realize if we stop to think of it how few of these coins are now in dream tionuIt is thirtyfour years since the tWIIc cent piece was minted the colnaee ha ing ceased in the year of the great panic The big copper coin was in common usage up to a few years ago but probably the average citizen gets hold of one not much oftener than once in five years IllSlitullpeued 1857 and 1S5R hut like the fortyfour I million twocent pieces they hn Uj vanished Perhaps they are hoarded perhaps they have down innumerable cracks sold chinks all There weho fewest of the ISoG issue and fortunate IK the collector who possesses ono of those Somu years ago a collection of coins said to beI worth 10000 was exhibited In this State but It did not contain an 18iG uagli cent the Whore have the IbS3 nlckles gone by that were devoid of tho word clntsJlI 111111111lIonsation and by the charge that some wicked persons had gilded the coins and Massed them off as 5 gold pieces Of The Government quickly withdrew this ambiguous issue from circulation but not before thousands of the coins in had been carefully laid away by curl ous and speculative individuals The premium on rare coins and the charge of its increasing make the collection of all such specimens a fascinating hobby though it remains as the true as it ever was that the per sistent saving of the plain everyday and mintage is the most satisfactory in thmend Providence Journal the OlDrunkWarm weather naturally leads to thirst Let tho latter ho satisfied by pure wholesale drinks Homemade lemonade Is one of the very best Barley water is excellent so also are orangeade snipe Juices of other ftuifs tilstljled with water and slightly sweet ryholeTdrinking of pure water is helpful In kce I g the system lit good running el1couragedJ and the last thing at night Good Health ulhose who have stomach troubleno matter how slight should give every possible help to tho digestive organs withythe least effort This may be done by taking something that contains na rural digestive properties something like Kodol For Indigestion and Dys pepsla Kodol is a preparation ofve getable acids and contains the very same juices found in a healthy stom rich It digests what you eat Sold by all druggists m Sooners and Dumpers onAssociated press dispatches tell us farmers in some places have been sell dug their wheat in advance of threshing We do not know how to fittingly characterize such unbuslncss lIke ac tics Even if there were no movement to secure fair prices for products do Ignut farmers know that If speculative buyers seek n product thus early they have OCI reason to believe and do urllcletcheaper than they can got It later Ar wheat growers in such a straight that they must sacrifice what natural con ditions bring to them in order to en able some one else to make the profit nature holds out to them It is dif Ilcult to save those who stubbornly re fused to be sred The sooners and theyAas soon as product Is available for delivery are people difficult to help lint other farmers slay congratu late themselves that these classes arcI few and all the time growing fewer From most of the wheat growing re gloss conies the word that farmers ur adopting business methods that they IIaro holding their grain to a proper time to market that they have a price 1tndIshall be theirs IptoDate 11Ing V IannI OAS1OftAtBean the- Signature u ypIc Grow Lettuce at Dinner Yes said a florist I can work miracles In my business For instant I can grow you lettuce while you watt sweet crisp lettuce that you may tent for your dinner with the broiled spring chickens- I do it in this way i take a hand of lettuce seeds that have been soaked over night in alcohol and I plant them In a box containing three Inches of loam and quicklime 1 water this soil and in ten minutes the seeds tinyIIthey are as big as halfdollars Then you may pluck and eat them They deliciousa fairy salad Sometimes when I give a dinner party I have one of these little pro pared lettuce beds in the center of the table The guests see the lettuce grow when the time comes for the salad there is their salad blooming before them all ready for then to pluck The soothing spray of Elys LIIlUldI Cream Balm used in an atomizer IsIan unspeakable relief to sufferers I from Catarrh Some of them describe I as a Godsend and no wonder Time foul discharge Is dislodged and patient breathes freely perhaps for the first time In weeks Liquid Cream Halm contains all the healing purifying elements of the solid form and it never folio to cure Sold by druggists for 7fc Including spray lug tube or mailed by Ely pros iti I Warren Street New York i WarningIsets mischief afoot Labor menus good tunes for majority of people who earn money doily toll spend it dally This keeps active An active dollar means times Prosperity is in the spado shovels whoa they are In mens hands Business is a bet timid business men will not place a wager If the element uncertainty enters into their calculations Any act of government which contemplates a change however slight tho statues of things subject into tan unknown quantity This nt once begets a lack of confidence Forth with the business world begins to hedge It cannot do otherwise A squally sky makes all wise sailors hug shore As a countrys affairs are mutual interdependent the disarrange eat of one line of business affects whole world of business When cant work ho cant pay the dol that for want of action would have settled a hundred obligations hence the hundred cant pay and theres yqur panic Wherefore the wise man lets well enough alone Just lit the time when work Its plea I j 31i IJ t t mischitously and money easy vators insist upon changliigiSeiWrrff something that acc nplISh ed without investing the nlltid Br f mon vith apprehension This gives thorn jMbO Tnuy voald vYi Itaiilnlc- to what they have shorn of increase thou rut the risk of loslng iiS U is the untried that tales uS to stand still vf It is not whether mOll at the head of the Government are honest and mean to do right it is whether tttiy are wise and know what they ought to do They should give things Lnd not themselves the benefit of tic doubt Statesmen ur born nit elected Time said Bacon is tho givat Innovator lieu who rob rune of his prerogative Impoverish tomorrow by making a beggar of today Clevelands policies wrought titan havoc with values than would a war He tinkered He killed us by destroy ing the substance upon which we were wont to exist He was a mail of des tiny and destiny is ever jealous of upstarts who frequently mistake per nicious activity for strenousness Whet we hUe our hands full even If we have not a full hand we should standpat WATCHME i r OA Bx ORLA tars thelhm Kind You Hawjlhnp Bought gnatnre Iiflcf Jamestown Ter Centennial Ex position NORFOLK VA APRIL 20 TO NO VEMBER 30 1907 Rates from Beaver Dam Ky SEASON EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30 In clusive Final return limits Dec Hi 1007 Rates for round trip 3045 GODAYS EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov SOln elusive Final return limits Sixty GO 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 ID days from date of sale not to exceed December 15 Rate for round trip 2360COACH EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 25 1907 and on lack Tuesday from April 30 to No vember 2G 1907 inclusive Final re turn limits Ten days from date of sale Rate for round trip 1620 J E WILLIAMS Agent SURE Diseases of Dont Pushc d The horse can draw the load without help if i to the wheels No other lubri cant ever made wears so long and saves so much horsepower Next time try ftaai MICA AXLlGawlCana 1M Dr Miles AntiPain Pills relieve painnot take them Many persons who suffer from chronic ailments find in them a source of great relief from I the suffering which they would otherwise be compelled to endure Their soothing influence upon the nerves strengthen rather than weaken them For this reason they sel dom lose their effective ness sufferedforrheumatism and neuralgia palpitation of the heart shortness of breath sleeplessness and pain around tho heart The Dr Miles AntiPain Pills have been a blessing to me I dontknow what I should do without them and they ure the only remedy I have ever used that either did not wear out In less time than I have been us- Ing them or else the Injurious results were such that I would bo obliged to cease their useMRS S C ROBINSON fc7 Carter St Chattanooga Tenn Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first package will benefit If It falls he will return your money 25 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind 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Eystematluilly tabulated by the go7trnmct every yiur If cct ilelo statistics wire acoEKSblu thtij uhftU urty is tar greater tlau iscommtny upposod In one rpapuct the damage1 I Is cteu grattr tlcn it need be evii I iticonductorst aiuys hi till snri iner of 1SS4 it wns csilmaUd by a i rompetvnt authority that bisldis oil mJbchkf not lets than COO animate one sort or another In England wor I kllltd by lightning most of being sheep and cattle in tho fiddI In all such casualties It IB usual toI regard the carcasses as unfit for h man food and they an ordinarily burled This summer has been especially disastrous In various parts of the country thunderstorms have been pass neWII1UIICI1I callkiBut 11 secmllilSastlrsnothing of various kinds Here agnl the nlischltf is often quite easily avoid able It Is of course very that a good lightning wlllmownI only fixed is an aOlulule safeguard against all injury but lamfactthat an efficient lightning conductor might often be set up at the c mistis l3ofCage of the conducting power of trees i Everybody should he aware by thIsI tints that trees are a source of peril inhe times of thunderstoim though from accidents which every now and agn Illreal occur it would seem that there is at a great amount of ignorance on t subject Only a few days ago lightning Hash struck a poplar tlre near Winchester and killed a rat who had taken shelter at the foot It no doubt in Ignorance of his dun ger Such fatalities are exceedingly common and it has not infrequently occurred that cottages and other build Ings have been struck by lightning in consequence of the vicinity of SOlUI1 tall true Tie casualties to animals are oft clllII11IThe explanation of the mischief 18I very well known A tree Is a con doctor of lightning but rot a OIYI good one In the absence of a betturI ofclsauuelthrough it but there is always a chance of its glancing aside to raydogs medium that affords a readier 1118t sage Now the body of a man or animal constitutes a much better co 11dog doctor than a treo does mad con itelttentlyhas an opportunity of doing so will leave the tree and flash through tho animal body The same thing will 1often occur when the lightning passe lug downward through tho tree reach es a point at which a readier pas sage is presented by some ntljncetatfirst building The full volley Is deflected from the tree into tho bulldngtlIt has been suggested that In all cases if a metal rod wore curried from the earth for a short distance up the tree there would be no such de Election Tho metal conductor would afford a readier passage than the body of a man or the materials of a house and the tree which otherwleh a source of danger would hecomefl absolute protection even to per sons or animals sheltering beneath it course nobody would suggest thatSI trees abound be thus dealt with but it often happens that from I ismcr special position a tree during a the der storm is not only a source of some peril but is the occasion of much uneasiness and anxiety According to tho Lightning Rod Conference appointed a fow years ago the Meteorological Society of LonUI don to inquire into the subject and IeItport on the best form of the thingin there Is nothing much better than ath solid iron rod John Rlha a prominent dealer ora Vlning la says I have been selling gan DeWitts Kidney and Bladder PlUs in about a year and they give better satisfaction than any pill I ever sold are a dozen people hero who n have used them and they give perfect satisfaction in every case I have them myself with fine results Hat Sold by all druggists m w Drink the Corn and Let the Pig Unto Hussell lass and FhanttHti4ghla mil Ie proprietors VF the Comnercl fotel way buy Ii few pigs and boy v 1 t I Ing a small assortment employed a Viigg r and nn Irishman to build n jjen to keep them in The pen was bull and the builders wore given B tlima to buy corn with whcih to coax theiplga Into the pen The H hem worked all right but the dime did noi nlggellettglmvo another dime for more corn 1UIIrlslinifn kt another pig out and that tgnailed for anotiur dim for cure n aliextra quarter for the labor Wt11 ql SeilUW worked so nicely Umtth y kopt It up troy half a day whun thoy 11both got iiml and sleepy and uh Russell wtnt to the putt in the attef adyrasleep in the pen and the pigs t and gone J Cur s Blood kin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood FreeIthin 11s1 eased hot or full of humors if y f1hae blood poison cancer carbuncles feat ng sores scrofula eczema Itching rising and bumpy skin bone palnsca tnrrn rheumatism or any blood skin disease tale Botanic 1310 Palm m B n Soon all sores heal 1Inches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co AtiJunta Oa B B B Is especially ad vised for chronic deepseated cases lit cures after all else falls mar i I THE MAD DOG NOT 1ALWAYS REALLY MAD Often the Animal is Needing On Water Quite an At tentionb1aa Anionj other unlace fulcora there the mad dog of the hot and ail season Ho appears as a ferocious beastgalloplng along with froths distended jaws biting recklessly goes It is instructive to compare tills fanciful victim of rubies with u victim as described in Tho Dogs Dictionary by A J S well C V S 111huL11R Sewell is canine surgeon to Edward to the Kennel Club to vaIfid dog he silts This is a mistake The month may certainly be a little moister than usiuil at first but ltd soon fte onus dry and oT a Mark red color In the earlier stages of rubies altsufYcrhg animal shows an inclina flea to hide in dark corners thou called by his owner he cones forward and is very affectionate licking t hand and oven the persons lace IfI allowed Later the rabid dog much disposed to wander If hu c- nly nuI get his liberty foul once ho g S J lie often goes for miles on a sm a jugtt ot with head surd toll do gulag out of his way to attack oilur but not so notch people unless get directly in his way or Inter hi1umay wander for hours or for a day and a night and then return home A dog really gone mud changes 1natllll and in voice He will not oft attack his owner unless to resist to restrain him Contrary ratI popular impression he is not afraid of tracer He drinks freely during the symptoms of his trouble and will thrust his muzzle Into water even alI he has lost the power to su nllo There is no cure for him Eventual r his hind legs waken and if he Is WithIIna or even a person nod then shall ever go madI victim will go mad too He quota Pasteur to time effect that a bite tram a dog Is not dangerous even t days before signs of rabies are His book will strengthen tlltj C belief that the mad dog of the sum news is as a rule In a fit need an tentlonNew York World j Making a Man If the United States Postoffice De SO partment chose it could nearly ma ofIa complete man by taking some post offices for the purpose commencing at the 101II on Is a Tow in Texas a Foot I Alabama a Leg In West Virginia a Blgbone and a Backbone In Kentucky Heart in Mississippi Haire in lItchi Cheek In Indian Territory Eye North Carolina a Beard in several tes and most important of all a = Spirit in Wisconsin In fact there is whole Man in West Virginia or North Carolina Then to clothe him in there Is a coat in Mississippi and a in Alabama or you may find the whole Suit In North Carollua Ex stElepbWhile the elephants of Forepaugh Sells Bros circus were on their from Pougfikeepsie to this city today Mac the largest of the herd i ere caused by Indigestion K you et s I tonilyou no doubt had shortness ot breath rapid heart beats I 1 heartIndigestion to thelnI I tens with its action and in the courss ol time tho heart becomes diseased ute I I qlfFor I digests what you eat takes the strain off nourishmentou I I body For Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Inflammation mucous membranes the Stomach and Di tlvoTractNervousDyspepsiaandCatarr6- or I JdA1tereatJn my food would dlttressmebymaldnemy heart palpitate and I very weak t dtztalrelleL a A1terulnzarcwtottleslamcurecL bottle of Kodol and It a i MRS LORINO NICHOLS Pone Yea N Y I had stomach trouble and was in a bad state as I had heart trouble with It I took Kodol DyspepU Cure tor about four months and It cured ma A- aa KAUBLE Navad 0 Digests What You Eat 8ellene ladlrealoo mpani at tile Lab enlorrofaeDeRlt1fns SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS THE ORIGINAL COUGH lyjKENNEDYS LAXATIVct- lxTUSIxnHONEY AND TA- ICumbelan t I I it TELEPHONE rANDtagTelegraph Cu ncorpornted Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumberland Tele phone In my residence and place business My business has Increased and my wifes voice is never heard t grumble alrout the Telephone You for good service and gentlemanly co petition W D JOHNSON Mgr RBALI ESTATE lIfyou have a farm town lot + dwelling or any other Real Estate i for sale list it with us We find IJ buyers and make the sale All y ouIhave to do is to list with us Bargainswnj o Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm theI sisting of 93 acres good hill t i good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a 14IIconHouse on Hartford and Dam dike in highstate of cultiva lion 40 Indwellingfour wells price reasonable terms furlyi on New two story frame dwelling in Hartford Six rooms two nice hallsI Lot 100 feet front 210 feet deep Good well Situated corner Fredrica cashii The S4 acre tract of land recent ShPowers situated in the neighborhood Hartford five miles ConcordI 200 acres of fine 1110Cbottom some of it will make 70 to bushels of corn per acre About G 0sons 1mIchard Terms onehalf cash balance easy payments List your property with us WeefJ will find a buyer BM1KTT i 8JMITH of Republican Office Hartford KyI j ord who is 120 years old had a parrot escape from being burned to death the car z A spark from the locomotive set the straw on fire andthe trumpeting of Mac around the keepers Mao was the over another elephant with aPo bunch of straw in his trunk en Adj deavorlng to beat out the flames The B train was stopped and the fire extingUished but Mac was terriblyK burned KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew FOR iEOaOLDSFree AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEEDBATISFAO OR OH MONEY BEFUNDED PATENTS SendmodeldratltlJUf marklCOP31ightaetcliana rr diary teitH Washington tarry ttmr many and often thepatent ExclusivelyWritetoss math BttMt opp t1AU148tat f Uat Oflo WASH TtsN D C GASNOWtj ROUG t RIVhR TELEPHONECOMPANY INCOIIHllllATKil The Rongh River Telephonei Co operatedbyreasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is being constantly ex minutesEmiles 15 cts 45 miles 20 cts fie- J W OBANNON Mgr- Hartford Ky WIlf1Clr Ti IOhQCoiASity F Blrkhead JUdge MldldttIIcy Trustee Jury Fund R B Martin AofPollardCourtoand August and continues three weeks NovemberulJudgeWAttorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly CourtBegins on the thirdMonday in January April July and Oc sober Court of claims Convenes first Mon secondJonday SulveyorviHoyJames DeWeeseSchool Superlnten CoronetIJUSTICES COURTS J H Williams Beaver DamMarch II 2VL G Juno 23 September 2J December 26 JunoGSJuneI1JuneCentertotvn1lnrchUoho JI Miles RockportMurch 31 31IGIemlCttyAttorneynvenes second Monday In each month SERVICESr third Sunday In earh month at 11 a m and SundayI AIroster assisted by RevJ Frank Baker Baptist ChurchServices held Satur day night before second Sunday Sunday Sundayievening Rev A B Gardner iIustor SundaytnPastorIevery first Revi LiPendletonI Mayor L Simmon D White Tarlor F SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodse Xo 675 F A A Ma meets fleet Monday night In each ittnn1nUean everyISecretary Rough River Lodge No 110 KnlghU nlhtCR and 8 MII Keeper Sunshine Hlvo No 42 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and third Friday afternoon of each month Mrs Wayno Griffin Lady Commander KeeperPrestonholdj r rular meetings Saturday bed I tint SUnday In each month F r Commander R A Aadon Dyspopola Dtsttyaw ate J rsft F cf c Ta1crii l t It cGREAT 7QOtS w Ji1II j yl IAUGUSTCLEARANCAT r r If H i t tr i SJTENOI1 s2 r + ki s2i i U 1f tiVlO= LJr W NI tCOMMENCING AUGI 5AND LASTING 10 DAYSI We ire gg u iitBrht people of Ohio county the greatest opportunity to save mousy on seasonable Merchandise thry have ever had The backward season has left us overstocked on many lines and we are 2 ibeing to give orr customers Lu benefit of wholesale prices on lines of Merchandise which are not composed ot odds and ends or outofdate stuff but Is as good Merchandise as any merchant has had to otter this s season Hd hc clf i IS u i Irect moneymaking proltositIou to you which we do not buco your Judgment will ulloty you to miss as it embraces just such art1cles of wearing apparel as you are now buy stp Inn and just such as you wIll soon be buying ut greatly increased prices Every article sold inst as advertised IClothing The constant visitors to our Clothing Department know that our = PttUressiveneRS does not allow us to keep an article In Clothing when LL It begins to lose in value but especially do we wish to say of this I Department at this time it Is larger and cleaner than we have ever seeir it at this season embracing in quantity quality and pattern everything that a careful dresser desires Save yourself money by sr visiting this Department One hundred and fifty Mens Suits 100 iBoys Suits and 375 pairs of Pants that we intend to sell beginning August f and con lUlng for ten days at onethird off the price of the Suit Think of that and then figure your profitsaving You are t getting highclass Clothing new and stylish at absolutely less than 3I ewholesale prices taunt give in vcy irtdo and item which we on many other things will need be saving If wish your money have purchasing pow tt er cannot afford to miss great bargains see us and wan Every arrangement has been for and have THIS IS FOR ONLY h tS J TICHENORIMcHeriry KentuckylJ1cJ1cJ1c J1cJ1cJ1J1tJfJfJfJ1fJfJf JfJfJfC JfJfJfJfJf1iJI V DIAMOND NEEDICI ARKANSAS flfire Than 100 Fine Stones Dis covered in Pike County Locality Is believed to be the first dirt mond field ever discovered in this country has developed in Pike county ignoranttthere walking along the side oftko road picked up queer look stone and took it to a local lap idarist who said that it was a dia diamond Since that time 12J other of the kind found but not until recent invcptig tifins carried on Dr George F Kuuzoi leading authority diamonds In country has the locality around Pike county been declared diamond fluid It is apparent from inves tigations that have been carried on laat the new field is not the result oC wilting and there seems ren Kin to doubt that the first diamond field American territory has been r discovered I Of earlier discoveries in Wisconsin r Ohio Indiana and Michigan it has toon found that the occurrence of the Utttloim stone was so unusual that it 1robably could be to the de posit of a glacial moraln Pike count is several hundred miles south of the glacier and there seems to Ii have been no way for the stones to r appeared except that they ar iIntheir original places The rock in which the stones have bene found setins to be peculiar to the locality t and its formation has been puzzling flftytY y Accordln to Dr Kunz the peculiar itlormaUon is volcanic rock like that African diamond fields It covers an area 100 acres but the stones have all been found within r an area of acres of the I stoner are white some yellow and i some brown The biggest weighs t about PS karats Thoy have been found the surface of the rock r P formation and In a greenish i stance of the same as the famous blue ground of Kimberley The field owned by Arkansas t I 1 laJlIt lIss who expect to make then fortunes out of it M Hartford College j More than seventyfive per cent of the teachers of this county their training in this famous old schoo Its students and graduates have won I distinction in every honorable occupa lion of man has been steady its influence has wldcnedand i Its equipment for doing excellent teat ing is made better from year year Last years enrollment was the largest in the history of the school andI It is expected that next years enroll mnet will be even larger Students may enter at time and are given private assistance when it IK needed The First begins September 2 1907 Second term begins Koem 4 1907 Catalogues free Address all communications to- N Gray President Hartford Colleg- Iiartford Iy In Memory Mrs Daisy Baize died after 19071Herdale cemetery leaves a husbanr- and sweet boys Arbln Cecil bless the sweet boys they mis their mother sorely There is now vacant chair Beloved wife absent one Our hearts are filled with woe Weve wept and sighed bitter grief Since you were taken short time Our dearest one wemiss In our lonely home Which is sad oh how sad Sweetest memories cling to theo sleepeTis even consolation sweet To think of and weep Where we meet some day And shoreIAnd shall part no more A FRIEND Reduction Sale of Hogs To room for large crop of pure bred DurocJersoy pigs wo will make some attractive prices on G of common hogs consisting sows and gilts bred and open pigsI shoats Some of the sows are I bred to our registered Duroc Jersey BARNARDWilliams I 4 y n Dress Goods Our customers have complimented the immensity and beauty of our Wash Fabrics but our stock Is too large and we are going to otter you our entire line of S ring buying at prices that will startle you Note somo of the prices below 16 Pieces Scotch Lawn to clo u at 4c 13 Pieces Arnolds Wnlstings aid Wash Sllksprice was 50cto close at35c 15 Pieces Hatistebeatitiful patterns was lOc to close at 7c4 Pieces Paris Tissue new designs was 20c to close at Lt ir 5 Pieces Fancy Swiss was 15c to close at lOc 3 Pieces Marcellne Silk was 1G to close at 10c 5 Pieces Grecian Voile was 15i to close at 10c 4 Pieces Henley Serge was 20c to close at 12c Our stock is too large to mention all prices but the knife cuts LVc bought a you a great supply special you trouble getting SALE CASH Ir JVJVpGt1 a a Some whore received growth Term a a o COPPERHEAD SNAKE IN KEG OF QEER Four Men Die From Drinking Li quor After Reptile Had Crawl ed in Open BungHole hAshland Ky Aug tFrom the ef fects of drinking beer from a keg int which a copperhead snake had crawl andIsactcounty Sam Briggs Walter Johnson Ralph iDuritmr Sam Willis Carey TurnsbrRed Topham Will Simpson pit4edLu Ie a nl Theehad taken a small keg of beer wit their effects hauling them over opetIn d water with the bunghole unstopped dindr n Als1 evean were suffering untold agony Strang made a wild night ride on the trail- car the mountain nel village but by the time the camp was reacched Briggs Topham Turner Simpson were dead from the of the terrible poison while Johnson Willis wero just alive and they are probably dead by this time Notice To Miners Fanners Wo ask ot you not to buy wagons or haggis- rom the HlckraanEbbert company Owensboro Ky until they recognize menrWILSONdo U M W of A ROXEY Aug 6School Is progressing nicely at place under the management of Miss Ema RaglandIMr Mrs HT Porter the Sattlyda0ra p time Mr Baldwin and family wisite Rev W Millers family Sundayd Mr Rupert Brown and sister Lee ille Ind accompanied 1dielJ 4 1T r f st their aunt Miss Mertie Sandcfur are visiting relatives at this place N Y Jones and children aud- I Mrs Lattbnvasser Hartford visited Mrs Jones slater Mrs J H Davis last Sunday Miss Pearl Leach visited her cousin Mrs Charlie Shields Sunday Mrs J A Austin and daughterMiss Moubra visited Mrs J N Haley the 5th Clytie Miller Jarnagan happened to ellost thktojBearer tit e hone set Clytie id getting along nice we hope he will soon be able to e out Floyd Davis visited his uncle Mr H Davis Mondayr fsltchd Sunday Mrs Eliza Raley and children visit ed at J H Davis last Sunday Mrs Alice Miller and son Melvln visited ClUe Jarnagan Tuesday after 1noon sirs Harry Baldwin is spending the week with relatives at this place OF SMALLHOUS antd day Mr Fred Boone received a telephone message Monday to come to see his father who was thought to be dying of cancer Mr Alonzo Franco and wife were the guests of James Tally and family Saturday and Sunday slsterbllhss a visit to Louisville and Knoxville Tenn Miss Francis Hallows of Florida is the guest of Mr Miller Hallows and family Mrs Robert Hunter returned home Saturday from a two weeks visit to her daughter Mrs James S Trun nell other relatives at UtIca Messrs W C Overhults and S E Hunter spent Saturday night and Sun day In Hartford Master Bertie Tate and sister Not Fallts t ChadMiss Ida Addington and Mr Ie Bishop were married at the resldence Mr Vim Addington by s I I J alike the entire line including White Goods that retailed at from tOe to 50c per yard Ladies OxfordsTen dozen Ladles Oxfords s2makedont forget to see this line Note the cut In IIricesst18 Pairs Ladies Oxfords price was 125 now 95c I t 23 Pairs Ladles Oxfords price was 150 now 100 I 15 Pairs Ladles Oxfords price was 300 now r 37 Pairs Ladles Oxfords price was 350 now 250 Tne above some of our sale prices and are Spring purchases including the celebrated Zeller 350 Oxfords which you can buy now I at 250 dttuil will place sale but which you can at great to you these Come to early your fa made help will no in walled on t NJliat Ins stones same have bten by on this tho no on traced line of five on sub sort Is Y- Ges Its to any sent She two and God in ago you you will Where joy make head and 23c an down to the and effects and and 678 tt this and M N Mrs again sirs and GfH 200 are Lawrence July 27 Mrs Len Barnes and Miss Jennie Matthews are visiting in Evansville Ind Miss Uva Faught is at the bedside j of her aunt Mrs Bob Matthewswho is quite illI Mr and Mrs Lewis Giger apes Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs S T Hunter J Mrs Opipe Klttlnger Mrs Jntn Hallows and Miss Mabel Garrett went to the Mammoth Cave recently Land for Sale lannD pike Will go at a j F M bargainI Statement From Caleb Powers Continued from first page any additional list of names that w i dcould not agree This was three bout 1 or more before court adjourned Mr Franklin all the while steadfastly refus- Ing to submit any names at all ofisthe consideration of the defense I fact he begun by saying that he ha Ilialllngwith the prosecution to ask Jud Robbins to make an order extendhn his court a few days to the end th the special Judge appointed by Gov Beckham might come to Georgetown and Immediately proceed with the trial and thereby avoid the loss of contr ofin of the court over the witnesses in tit case The representatives of the Cots monwealth would not agree to this and court adjourned The prosecution does not want a trial at this time In my judgment the powers that be have decreed that even If my trial Is to begin that it shall commence near to thec November elecUonthatno verdict cant be rendered until after that date hop cantrasttlat JimHarglsforence on the coming campaign and in forgetSandyROBBINS ENTERED JURY ROOM It is impossible without extend unreasonablelength and phases of the recent proceedings in my case but I want to call atten Jddgrrya e did not fjfonneran liberating about the verdict That Judge Robbins did go Into the room where the jury was there eau be no doubt Judge L L Bristow u lawyer residing in Georgetown saw this In stance A M Bradley Jr former Georgetowntattorneys assisting the Commonwealth in the prosecution was also presents when this happened and saw it Squire W H Johnson who resides In Georgetown and his son George Johnson saw Judge Robbins go into Majordmy attorneys on thisIwell known Integrity in the community where they reside I leave the Issue of veracity between gentlemenstolow men The affidavit of all these gentlemen except Mr Wilson who in Chicago follow this article isda ITrcuseIItrulygPOWERSutTit 1fJdnvit of four men A N Bra0 L L BrIstow W H Jolmsonand G W Johnson are now possession of Powers and fully sub 0stantuate charges affecting the al e specialJudgethe case against Powers The affidavits In each Instance are substantially the same The affidavit of AN Jr states that he is a citizen and resldeift Georgetown Scott county Ken Lucky that he attended the last trial of the case of the Commonwealth of Kentucky versus Caleb Powers held a special term pf the Scott county Circuit Court July 1903 that Jos B Rlbblns presided at said trial that atflant was present la the court roe after said cause was submitted to ti jury and before a verdict was rends that while said jury was still in the verdlctilsaidthe defendant from the court room left the bench on two occasions and went Into the room where the jury was then deliberating and closed the door ottbe entrance to said Jury and remained on each occaslonk appreciable length of time T j t 4- p r