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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y I ftt l 1 1t 0 j tkpubUcaix FinevJob Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALLjTlE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTYSubsc iption 1 per Y 1 rIIixoiT JIARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 16 1907 Norfj II s 9TMAREIIENS V E ff 4 That Mayor Bingham Has at 4LastFound 1 City of Louisville Paid for 800 Horse But Horse Could Not bz Found Much has been said in the news papers of tho country about Henry Watlersbns dark horse It lens all nlongvbeen the opinion of most peo pro that the dark horse would Uvllie propar time s1iowtip in some Slate remote from Kentucky jBut It didnt Itf1 rattle finding of the dark verso as fo lows Marse Henrys dark horse has s L lust been found MnyorBinghum h the trail for him with three ke n nosed ac90untaniH mid after a long quid w trying search the hors was located It was in former Mayor Earths possession Then Mnyor BIng ham called In the reporters and an other City Hall scandal was set brew- Ingfli However Mr Barth says he wi keep the horse that hus been IOUII in his possession and he explains incidentally that not a perso- addicted hestdot tho of roping in i other peoples property Meanwhile Mr Bingham looks serious aud asses crates that he doesnt know just what action is to be taken It all happened just because the former Mayor chose Instead of using the buggy surrey or twohorse wagon that the Mayors before him had rtd den in the city meanwhile paying the bills for the horse they used he would use a saddle horse He got tho horse the City Buyer purchasing it for 750 the arrangement being that Mr Barth was to JULY the feed bill of the animal und ptly the difference between the bills and the original cost when ho went out of office and to keen the horse He says now that he will give the city a check for the necessary amount I but he will retain the saddle no matter what Mayor Bingham BaysI The affair is a cross between a tragedy and a comedy the comedy comes in considering the fact tttuU the poor animal was divided intojSjre parts according to Mayor DI m I and the cost of each apportion a city department while there la den Jy a horsqj on somebody f The story about the 1 Qrsu that was given out waLoUowed b a statement from Mr tmnb former Mayor and from fay r gham ont the subject Mr Ba Mid When I came la flee I foundN that there were t vehicles which r had used M i Iayor theretofore Theya buggya surrey and a two agon I gave those to other epartments Then I went to CJ yer Bishop sand told him that ihted the best saddle horse I id bo bought and that 1 anhrmuged so that I could take me when I left the officer ijght a horse paying about 800 tot it Ho said that 1 was to pay for its keep including feed hills and t shoeing and that when 1 left the of lice I could pay tho city tho once between the original cost of IheI horse and the amount I had paid for its maintenance This I agreed to do and I am now ready to pay a check to the city whenever I am called on to do It and 1 shall pay it as soon as Mr Bishop returns to the city and makes out the bill against me And I shall keep the horse Mayor BInghams statement washg followsfY I had not intended to say an thlugI jnbput this matter at present but Ir Barth has explained his side of i I think it wise to add my explanation When the books were looked ove- t It was found that there was a charge Of 250 in the Fire Department for a horse 250 in the Street Cleaning De partment for a horse and 250 in theI itPollco Department for u horse but none of the horses referred to could A be found Wo had a great deal of l difficulty In tracing this down and we finally discovered that no three horses but ono had been bought and the charge had been divided among the three departments II was learned further that the horse was delivered to Mayor Barth I i a few days after its purchase and has r been In iris possession ever since When I found atI asked Mr Barth at y l r r 1 IV i to cool to office when he gavo me the eX111Hnfiiot which you have From the records of the city wits no way of telling about the 111 rangement which she entered into dont know what is to bo done it 11bOlrj Succumbs to Paralysis Mrs Anna Bassnian one of tho oldest women in Ohio county died of paralysis and heart trouble last Friday at her homo m liinxwell after weeks serious illness Mrs Bass man was Ilghtylwb years old and one of the most highly rospeced wo men In that secKm SIe Is survived by her husband John Bassman ngd gbtyUir e years and they had besn married for sixty years Tin rt used hud been In poor health fo11 several weeks before her death I tBtsldes her husband she is sur eighly grandchildren and twentyfive groat grandchildren Most of the lave in tits Maxwell j isneighborhood except two one liv lug in Breckenrldge county and on tin llcLenncounty In Airs Bassma long life of usefulness and 1tdevotion hasended- CURFEW I LAWPft0 POSED FOR HARTFORD Evil Practice of Boys Congregat NightdBtobe Stopped nIWe understand coun ell lima before it an ordinance pro vidlng a curfew law for Hartford Thi is a move in the right direction and we hope the council will adopt It as I soon as possible Ordinarily we are for the boy and deslro that he should have nil the liberty possible but notj to his detriment IMs getting to be a custom of late foiriO or 15 boys 10 congregate on and juround the public square after night and throw rocks und oilier mlssllsJfendangerTng plato glass und window I ghts in all dlrec lions Thiaa jtoys no donbt merely Intend to3njoy a little fun but they tree gem rally of very tender age and the larafiiours they keep will surely lea tevil conslquenCs soonlr or laterTF The city duds will do right o ordinancejjtThe City Council of the City u Hartford do ordain as follows lSection 1 It shall hereafter bo un lawful for any child 15 years of age ifnd under to loiter or ploy upon the streets of Hartford rafter 830 oclock at night- t Section 2 Whoever shall violate Section 1 of This ordinance shall on conviction thereof be fined the sum of lone 100 dollar skid the cost of the prosecution which cost shall be ttie same for any other violation of ordinances In the City of Hartford Section 3 It shall be the duty of the Marshal of the City of rfartfonl to ring the bell at the hour of 815 oclock each night said bell to be pro cured and set up for that purpose by the City authorities and the ringing of said bell shall be notice to all vof and under the age mentioned in Section 1 of this ordluannce Section 4 All ordinances or parts of ordinances In conflict herewith are hereby repealed Section 5 This ordinance shall go Into effect Immediately after publica tint thereof as required by law 4 Letters Advertised at Hartford Postoiiice oMrsMr George Watson Mrs Eva Shown I Miss Golda Royal Lena Philips Rob ort White and W W Butler Mrs Marvin Miller Dead The numerous friends and relar of Mr Marvin Miller will be rieved to learn of the sad msfor that has befallen him In the of his companlonan account of lit Owteusboro as brainrlover at her nome In Lamar Col 10 oclock Sunday morning She was the daughter of Mr and Mrs J E of Owensboro and was well known and highly respected as Miss i bide Dawson When her v parents moved to Pueblo Colo several years ago to reside she went to that State with them and later was married to Marvin Miller who also formerly retsided in Owensboro and is well known here Her husband survives her The remains will be brought to Owensboro for interment in Elmwood cemetery and the funeral will take place from the Third Baptist church 10 oclock Wednesday morning wejY r ct NEW EQUITY POOLING PLEDGE Grade Plan Substituted for the Appraisement Plan aMany Members Objected to the Appraisement Plan600 1lligb st Advance pooling pledge authorized hrturfThe Green River DI Wei Tobacw Growers Association and cjncurrcd iir and Indorsed by the noun of ti uvr rlous county unluiuj of tit AnvrUai Socity of Enuly tit lilelr cereal nijet ings providing fur U e appriisim at plan III fixing the nmouut of advance Jto poolers lima been wthdriiwn by 111 r lllIbmblngaas Uti s been substituted It was explained at the recent me ting SIC the Ohio county union tit the jippraisemea plan wuuld simplify th handling of tin1 tcbucco iinuUat plui was iudorsrtl its it WUH In most Jf not lllihe oth IlledglSIclllminuFiIde The new pledge provides for tho lastlyenlgrades fGOO 350 500 trod on downs will bo paid for best grades this year The pledge in full IK as fol lows Ae the undersigned persons whose sagnatims appear bolow for and in consideration of the sum to be ad vanced 1by the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company and other sums that niuy be procured on tile follow lug named grades of tobacco Extra A 000 A 500 Extra B 550 1 500 Extra C 550 C 500 D 450 Extra 0 400 0 350 II 350 rus 200 Common Trash 100 hereb appoint engage foul employ the Ex ecutive Committee of the Green Riv er District Tobacco Growers Associa tion of the American Society o Equity viz T S Coke J E Min mint Silas MIlKr David Morelalid E B McEuen and their successors out sole agents to sell for us our respect lye crops to bo raised by us or that we may own or control during the year 1907 anct we agree and bin ourselves to It to prepare for mar ket all of the tobacco that wo mtt raise or own or control during th year 1007 in the way and manner it may desire and designate and de liver the same at the placo and to the person It may name and to allow said committee to have full mid com plete control of the sale of stems and do agree to abide by and conform to all of Its decisions and acts and to fulfill nil of said committees contracts and engagements connected with the preparation delivery or sale of said tobacco 4 Death of Miss Carrie Woerner Miss Carrie Woerner died at her hue on Union street last Sunday morning aftera lingering Illness of typhoid fever Her death though not unexpected cast a gloom over the entire town No one was more popular with nil classes of our people than Miss Woerner Always kind and af fiable she won and held the esteem f all She was a musician of unusu talent and taught on this piano in connection with Hartford College for a number of years She was always readS mug willing to lund her talent to tiny and all entertainments and will be greatly missed in Hartford Tie funeral services werq conducted- at the family residence by Rev Father OSullivan of Whitesvllle Monday 1 oclock p m after which her remains werel aid to rest at Oakwqod in the presence of a host of sorrow- Ing relatives Und friends The members of Sunshine HiveLa dies of Maccabees of which Miss Woerner was 41 member took part In the burial ceremonies Tho pall bear ers were Dr A S Y well R D Wal ker Wayne Griffin James T Sander fur Henry Long and E G Bar rass Tho Lady Maccabees passed the tel lowing resolutions at a meeting of- heir Hive Tuesday afternoon Our Heavenly Father id whom we ellhassummon our beloved sister Caroline Woerner from the cares and vicissi tudes of life therefore wo desire to bow in humble submission to His holy J I r ki IjW1 trod pray for graco to say Thj j Win be DoniIIi SNJ more will wo lie cheered by Oal genial smile of our dear slater ri r clasp her hand In wulconiM No more ouIsilimt r I duties c+ f our noble sisterhood Thj r willing feet that so eagerly pressed the path of duty the noble hands t litwere so steady at all times to illLudIrespaitIifVj toeverii that our hive hits lost one of Us noblest raid bell members jitnejttwn and community ono of ihf r nips useful and moathighly appiv1 cliiud young women w t extend t ihqr bulovod sister and family our thinKrt copy upon the minutes of IHPrelldIl Mid furnish a copy to each ul ncis T r Lculfi s iits Maccnbi es NEW ORDER FOR HARTFOD MAILS Bus Will Receive Early and Af ternoon Mail Direct From Trains tloshunster M L Heavrin lots re sewed orders from the proper postal authorities announcing Important changes in the delivery of mall for Hartford Mall leaving Hartford on the early bus about d oclock a m will here after be delivered direct to the trait which Is known as 104 Mall will also he received direct from that train for Hartford Likewise mall will be delivered to and received from trains 3lQt said 102 which are known as I ocloft p nfast trains materiallyYpostmaster mill will give Hartford these nulls about onehalf hour earl Igor each day The other mall will be received from Beaver Dam post office as he fore Postmaster Heat rin also informs us that the early truth from Horse Branch to Owensboro will hereafter dlsd tribute mall at every post office the etherYtheeRepublican to Horse Branch Frieda land Olaton Narrows Fordsvllle Deanfield Whitesvllle and Owensboro before nine oclock on the day of publication Our papers will also roach Roslno and Horton 112 hours earlier on day of publication thus enabling carriers to other places from these points to take the mail one day earlierMr Heavrln also Informs us that supplication for mall leaving here at 10 oclock and returning at 1230 has boin made If this Is granted Hurt ford will be In the best way ever so far as malls are concerned r The Ohio County Association Toe Ohio County Association or Ball tists was held at Rockporc lust Tues day and Wednesday Promptly at 10 a m Tuesday the former Moderator J P Miller called the association to order Tho permanent organization was affected by electing A B Gard ner of Hartford Moderator and J P Miller of Cromwell and 0 M Shuhz of Hartford assistant modera lots L P Drake of Centertownand L W Tichenor of Matanzas Secre taries and L W Tlchenor Treasurer The reports from the churches were very encouraging Tho contributions to missions were nearly 10 per cent greater than last year amounting to more than 100000 s Tne association sermon was preached Tuesday night by A B Gardner from Jer C1G Rev J G Bow of Louisville gaveI a splendid address on Slate missions Temperance was discussed after tho sermon by Rev A N CouchI pastor at Fordsvllle Ky He made a good speech Mission discussion was the order of the second day which was earnest and indicated the evangelistic spirit Special emphasis was laid upon missions in Ohio coauntyIRockport entertained handsomely the large crowds which attended the meet ing I The Association will meet with the church in Hartford In August 1908 0- r 4tk CUPID CAUGHT JULY GAPER Willis Potts and Maud Wheatley dlof Falls 6f Rough Eloped to Wed Owensboro Ky August 12J The old saying Unit true lava net er torts smooth was proven without R doubt in this city this morning when- l the police nipped in the bud whtii promised to be one of the prettiest romances that this city has had for years Maud Wheatley a young girl about fifteen yours old and Willis Potts butowho looks to be about nineteen of Falls of Rough arrived In the city this morning over the I C and In tended to get married but the police were at the depotaud took the cou ple to the police station They had Ml home early this morning and their absence was discovered by the girls father E E Wheatloy who immedi ately telegraphed to Chief Meiseii helmer that thy were on their way to this city and to be on tho lookout lot them Chief Melnsenhelmer sent Officers Gillian and May out to the depot and they captured them as soon us they arrived and brought them to the sta tion where they will be held until the father of the girl comes for her or tells the police what to do with herThe couple had all their plans well laid and intended to go to Oklahoma alter they were married The young ladys father arrived on the afternoon I C train and after conferring with the young couple and SJine of his hit mis he decldrd to sew i he elopement terminate in Owens boro A friend secured a deputy county clerk and a preacher and in less than thirty minutes the couple was married The young man said lie had nothing to do with getting tin license but AvlietL this preacher said do you take this womanto be your lawful wife he was very prompt to answer Yes sir with his right hand high above his headThe young girl as followed his example They stood for some time with their hands rais edAftr the ceremony was finished all bills were settled by the young brides father and with an escort all three took lodging at the Colum bus hotel for the night The young couple consented to return to their homes They said they were en route to Hinton Okla where the groom said he had accepted a position as telegraph operator e Quarterly Conference- The adjourned session of the Quarterly Conference for the Hartford Circuit will be held at Beaver DamTues day evening Sept 10 at 7 oclock Reports from trustees missionary secretaries and Sunday School secretar ies will be called for from every church Let them be ready A full board of stewards for next year will be elected also Sunday School Su perintendents etc All necessary ar rangements for the work for next year will be made Let all the official members make it a special point to be present It will be the most important Quarterly meeting held for a long time James A Lewis P C I Marriage License The following marriage license have been issued since our last report Carson Shrader Barretts Ferry ago 23 to Maude E Grant Narrows ago 18 J W Smith Centerlown ago 23 to Maggie Lee Plilpps Centertownl age 17 1 P Austin Prentls ago 54 to Mrs Lou Stogner McHeury age 53Q FOR THE BUSY READER Mr J Fl Cully editor of the Burks vllle News has sold that paper to Mr J lit Crawford who will continue its publication The Ryan ticket or antigraft fac tion won a sweeping victory In the Republican primaries In San Francisco yesterday Secretary Cortelyou according to a New York paper has decided to come to the relief of the money market and distribute Government funds to aid the movement of crops Judge J A Donaldson was nomi iatd for the State Senate by the Democrats of the district comprising Trim Y y ble Henry Oldham and Carroll count les Mayor Bingham has declined to make known what would be the attitude of the administration toward Loulsvillo Sunday theaters which are scheduled to open on Sunday btlP those who are close to the inner circle have said that they wIU not be molested The second trial of Hurry K Thaw charged with the murder of Stanford White Is not likely to take place until tho January term of court This information was developed at a con ference between Martin W Lit tloton counsel for Thaw and District Attor ney Jerome 4 Dr A D James present Cungrcssnu from the third district Mr J T Doors of Bowling Green and Mr J E Cully have organized a stock Company capitalized at 5000 for the purr pose of publishing a Republican news paper In Bowling Green with Mr Cul ly in charge Mr Cully is a dyer gentleman and able editor and the enter prise will begin under most favorable surroundingstIGhuWv Times DIED THIRTY MINUTES AFTER TRAP SPRUNG Legal Execution of Harrison Al exander Took Place Last Friday Harrison Alexander tin negro who assaulted tits Florence Whitehouse in Muhlenbrrg county several months ago tumid who narrowly escaped being lynched at the time was hanged In the jail yard at Greenville last Friday morning at J50 oclock Bftwuen four and flv hundred people witnessed the executionAlexander want to the scaffold with a firm and steady step and appeared to keep hs nerve to tide last The negro enjoyed a gomf11ght8 rest andt- utu a hearty breakfast- It was feared Unit trouble might oc cur before the hanging as several rumors were out that friends of the condemned man would try to rescue him and Adj General Lawrence or dered the militia company from Madl sonvllle to Greenville to guard the negro No violence of any kind was attempted Before the black cap was adjusted the sheriff asked Alexander If he desired to make any statement The ne- gro replied that he was Innocent of the charge and died protesting his into cense When tin trap was sprung the negro tell for about six feet but the rope stretched for several Inches allowing his feet to touch the ground and It was necessary for several deputy sheriffs to pull him up several In ches and hold him there until he died thirtytwo minutes later by strangula ton BE WISEAgitate your gray matter Dont wait until you are all run down Keep keyedup c BEEF WINE IRON tones up the rundown system and maintains the tonedup system It is tonic and food in concentrated quick acting fprm It purifies and enriches the blood increasing and maintaining those little red corpuscles that indicate vigor and sustained healtha sure insurance against malignant and chronic dis ease It is remarkable in its in giving strength energy and creased appetite Pleasant to injIand a most economical medicine use Large Bottles 750 James H Williams I The axat Store k f df 1 L it F crT1 I I f J = J 8 fiHfSiiffsivr 1 1 I rVV1 1 If C J i J JVp tL 1HJ f r 01 w t I I Ir 8 1- I HARTFORD wKY = It September II9 12 13 sard 14th 1907 = P Something for everybody to learn Something that will interest and instruct you The finest Horses in the State of Kentucky will be ex a hibited on this grand occasion A profusion everything from Garden Farm and Dairy An aesthetic display of Art Needlework Pointing 4Etc There will be exciting Running Trotting and Pacing Races each day Increased premiums Enlarged purses Bigger better grander I than ever before A great display of Cattle Sheep and Swine You will see the best strains of Poultry fall kinds on exhibition there Manya p amusements to please patrons Gorgeous and beautiful display of fruits Flowers and Vegetables Exciting Running Races each day 16 best horses ever seen inthis section of the countryIttt1 10 t REDUCED RATES ON ALL THE RAILROADS = i All saat Usually Co With FirstClass Street Fairs 2 = NO DISCOUNTS ON FLORIAL HALL PREMIUMS WOMEN AND CHILDREN ADMITTED FREE FIRST DAY = A large and Commodious Dining Flail on the Grounds Come Early Make a Day of It Enjoy the Sights and Mingle With Your Friends You Can Obtain Refreshments at Reasonable Prices on the Grounds 5 For Premium List otid OtHer Information Apply to C t ROWAN HOLBROOK Pres RE LEE SIMMERMAN Sec Iji t I I6Iic St cstaa2j M ROBINSON CRUSOES GUN MAINSTAY OF SAILOR Woman Carefully Guarding Rel ic From Family Des cendants j Robinson Crusoes gun the Menllj oflthatlife on Crusoe Island is In Philadl I plilu the Jealously guarded property of Miss Hulda B White of 201 North I Thirtyfourih sue The recent dlscoery of that factIIs causing the wealthy of Alexander Selkirk whose I turos where the basis of Daniel De Feos famous story ro little unuusj mess British mngnziutB since the relic j has been traced to America have printed i several articles in which it is de crihwl as listing uncared for rnd j alone in the Attic of some unapprceiat lye Vaukee and many overtures hay beiui made to its present owner to pnr olios u the price offered being mucu ljtgbtr than hat criminally paid fir the aucient firearm Instead of the attic troubling the Selkirk relatives thtfgnn occupies a glace of honor in the beautiful home v pf oue of West Philadelphias wealth last women and tee pup re showing tho authenticity of its pedigree art looked up carefully in the vaults of r local trust company Miss Uhlthe as had the gun for more than thirty years The story of her ownership is unique and girth the relic in hoer eyes at least an ad dad value Forty years ago a distant cousin left Philadelphia for a tour of England and Scotland Knowing Miss Whites pent chaut for collecting old things he kept hit eyes open for odd bits and many a piece in MSB Whites large t collection came from him WhlJe in largo the old fishioued Fifoshlre w + town In which Alexander Selkirk was born be itchi1 in pausing by a cot toga that a public tale was In progress Fom on was being dispossessed fnr nrnjHvu nt of rent He went inI and w hun the old gun WHS offered to t1hrr with too papers proving its Identity became an excited bidder fi i nally parrying ittWdY 1th him attar having paid 1CO to the auction rcerSovorafc Hours lator a messenger Beanie to the hotel where he was staying with a letter The communication was from the auctioneer who wrote that a wealthy relative of the Selkirk fural 1 r r 4 i bad authorized him to offer the jiurchasr of the gun 320 double the jrlce paid Leslie to take the heirloom from the family that was evidently so highly prized he said that If the would b purchaser would meet him at the clod the next day he would give up the gun The Selkirk representative di not turn up and the gun salted fo America to be presented to Its prdsI out owner In the last few years Miss White has had letter after letter from Eng laud some of them offering her good ly sums for her prize Intrinsically the gun Is not worth fiftycents It is of a pattern invt rat td in the year 1676 n firelock In the days when such weapons were used the gun was loaded almost to the muzzle with powder with a litI jile placed in a lash pan near tit hammer When tho hummer dos tended it struck a piece of flint ig nited the powder in the pun and the weapon was discharged Philadelphia North American A ValuableeSsjnISix years ago I learned a valuable I IagInollaI take them the better I find themI They please everybody Guaranteed at all drug sores 25c m I Short Sermons A wise man never boasts of his wisdom lie wouldnt be wise if ho dillII head of disconnected sentences comIpleteman only ownI gristIt takes tho base line of two word- to get a correct elevation on any life The poorest way in the world to get a light heart is to throw your load othersYou I forward to no prize without leaving bediml many things that seem desirable Thoro is a good deal of apparent poverty that needs your time more than your dime I Tho man who is hunting for a martyrs crown never has heat enough o hold one upIYou are not likely to cheer the hearts of others by looking dowirin the mouth yourself Your home in heaven may depend what you are doing to make your Ion heavily I most heavenly pictures seen on earth are men and women doing com TrbIune V fi- a a AMERICAN WOMEN GROSS LEGS TOO MUCH The Practice Makes Them Ner- e YOUS Women of Other Coun Erectr i 1J Josef Garzourka of 1nda says American women cross their leg too much The practice mikes then nervous he declares and generally un dermines their health Dr UarzuurKa I Is touring thu world in the interest of science and reached Philadelphia af ter a weeks slay In New York Imagine says he bitting in car and seeing a comely young woman y cross her legs in such a manner that one4 of the limbs is displayed sometlmo eIto the knoe In no country on tho can woman bo seen sitting in public with their legs crossed To me It is astonishing I have observed P1I1ulelilhlaIto understand it Is so all over Auierl ca No wonder your women arc ner vous Such positions as they assume while siting are to my mind suttl t dent cause to undermine their nerves and health I In Hungary tho women sit up straight and erect They do not lean against things They do not like rock lug chairs The American woman seem to like nothin but easy loaning chairs Dr Alice M Seabrook of the Wo mans Hospital of Philadelphia was asked her opinion of the distinguish I ed foreigners statement 1 I deplore the fact that a foreigner can come over hero and makeisuch a violent criticism of us which Is true I Itsis comfortable and we dont stoic to consider the Injury that It worfis nor the appearance we mule Crossing the legs work injury In some cases but I think the uhgracefulnissfof the pose makes the practice moreto beif condemned than the fact that itnvorks physical injury In past generatlohs In this country the women sat as straight oJtherr chairs as the doctor says the women of Austria do how I personally re I lneraber the time when I was hot allowing to sit in a rocking chafirOb i servo the elderly women that one sees j right her in Philadelphia The great evIenstraightback chaIr And thatijisthe I correct way to sit It Indicates Hand physical poise means asa rule I r b mental poiseJrIDrV of theJeffer tisi a v if t + 1 fj tInon Hospital said America showed its disdain of the dignity that hedges about a king many years ago and since that time the country has been going right ahead showing its disdain of oth er forms of dignity He sy med to think If the American women wish to cross their legs let them go ahead und cross them It Is certainly not dignified said he and in some cases it works physl seat harm to the individual But It is a restful position and it is to my mind a form of individualism The women of a past generation looked down upon such a custom My grandmother would have been shock ed to see a young woman cross her AmerlcnnIwoman Is tin independent creaturcand the habit of crossing her legs in pub advancee ment of independent thinking Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood id impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema Itching rising and bumpy skin bone painsca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood Is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 perlarge bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co At lanta Ga B B B is especially ad vised for chronic deepseated casesas it cure after all else taUs35U IEquivalent Measurements Butter size of antgg equals two ounces Butter size of a Walnut equals one I ounce One coffee cupful of butter pressed down equals one pound One tablespoonful of soft butter equals one ounce One solid pint of chopped meat equals one pound iEIght to ten eggs equals one pound teaspoonfuls equal one table spoonful liquid Iour tnblesponfuls or half gill equals one wlneglassful Two wineglasses or half a cup equal one gilli- WO gills equal ppe coffee cupful Two tablespoonfuls lfgoldequals one ounce IOno tablespoonful of salt equals one Sixteen ounces egual one POUt r or one pint of liquid t One rounded tablespoonful of flour equals onehalf ounce Three cups of corn meal equals one l I Ic 1r o BUSINESS COLLEGES ARE FAILURES u I page commercial school before money worthless training BVBINESB ISaE Inc MAGAZINE I READERS rI botudfulhrQluttiatedcood stories i and article and III ISo I all the Ff WCIt a CRAFT devoted each month to the tr tic uction ol the best IOO workofamateurandprofarioaali a 7eJJl ROAD 0V A book of 75 papI 075pIand 325 150II MAGAZINE Flood Sao f lloundII coffee equal one pint One and pints of corn meal equals one pound Four coffee of flour equals one One quart of flour equals one pound coffee sifted pow dered equal on I equalsone thlrI teen ounces f Two and a half cups of su gar equals one cuPtablespoon Little Early Risers dont sicken gripe Small Pills to take Sold by all druggistsm I b u lFo c In small cities and towns because 1 There I s not a sufficient to su GOOD school J 1 schools are usually conducted by persons who are NOT qualified or who r make It a practice to travel about and de N1frnudthelrpatrons If any opportunities for their graduates p secure In LI suehlaealliies 4 The business oolleges Li thelareer cities and are con ducted by persons who are qualified insalldtiestitldVi with the graduates of hlaI las schools as business men have no time to expedmentwithlncompetents fi Th eforebewise Send fortheflnest88 catalogue eerIssued bra decldingtothrow away your Ia cheap school BHYANT STRATTON CC Lou1lvWeJtJ f SUNSET MAGAZINE about Eon 7r CAMEBA THOUSAND WONDERS a containing Tetle SUNSET BuMag Fnmtiieo Two cupfuls onehalf cupfuls pound unsifted Two cupfuls of or sugar pound powdered pound DeWitts or easy ij population 8Such employment THOROUGH arelocatedln rt4 jtIrJIEFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR ALL FORMS Q- FRHEUMATISM NaralilarKIUn1rKlaalred DIraaaa GIVES QUICK RELIEF IntantInternally ItfromBLANDOfwltbLumpagoandaheumatlsmfnmyarmsandlea latli1 from efthanambarotthebestpbystelanbetfounenothlog practIcerrATESUancock s A llttleglrlbtrebadiucba weak beekeaeed shecculdnotstand withpslna bIIt practiceFREE r If you are suffering with Rheumatism 1 + i KidneyTroubleus for a trial bottle of 5DUOPS PURELY VEQETABLE 5DROPS Is entirely free from laudanumandLarge 8tl08WANONNNENNATIIONREOMPANYa Street 0ldoagu Mt J T- rjz- i T vtr r F I r 1 l T 0 t WEROF MEN JtsureSFr dom From Harsh Rules of Despotism Says Judge Caldwell of t1i i 7 New York Circuit I Court wagetlier ace not a boon wgranted by the government It is not tMerlved from the constitutions stet ics or judicial decisions It antedatesp tho constitution It is a natural an Inherent right It is the natural wean on of weakness The right of men to combine to I gether for lawful purposes necessarily carries with it tho right to combined ncUonor what utility is organiza I tion without the right of collective action Collective action is implied in the very term organization Organization I has no other object Man b3 nature is a social being Assocla lion and collective action by thosu having common interests for their f protection and material moral nn- s InI They idea of the power of men in association has always been abhorrent to despots and to those who wish to oppress their follow men because it free exercise is fatal to despotism and 1oppression The strength it imparts carries its own protection In all ages r those who seek to deprive people of teir rights justify their action ancient and obsolete precedents and coining definitions suited to their endsPeople can only free themselves from oppression by organized force No people could gain or maintain their rights or liberties acting singly and any class of citizens in tho State subject to unjust burdens of slop can only gain relief by comblnj ed action All great things t and all great improvements in social I conditions are achieved by the organ ization and collective action of m n1 It was the recognition of these that prompted the promulgation of the proposition we are discussing Time doctrine that compels every man to bet j a stranger in action to every other man is contrary to the constitution I and ofgenius our government It is a doctrine abhorrent to free j men It is in hostility to a law of I I mans nature which prompts him to 1associate with his fellows for his pro t tection defense and improvement Under r Its operation every religious pd lltical or social organization in theI country may be enjoined from com bined action if their religious faith or creed or is ob IWhlloto them of the doctrine wt are considering are rcducd to Individual action it is not so with the forces ar fcorporatlonIscombined action trusts are corpora tions combined together for the very purpose of collect riTactlpn and cap ital which is theiroduct of labor is In itself a powerful collective force 4Iqdeed according to this purposed rule corporation and trust in the country isfian unlawful combination for whiljFlts business may be of a kind tMFits individual memberseachI actinjffor himself might con du the moment they enter Into a binatlon to do the same thing by of Htheir combined effort the combination trbecomcs an unlawful conspiracy utIis ntover so applied irations and trusts and other comt Innatioiis ot individuals und aggrega tions of capital extend themselves right and left through the entire community boycotting and reflecting Irreparable damage upon and crushing out small j stirIlngcompcltitlon ing the wnges of the laborers raiSingI the price of food on every mans ble and of the house that shelters him II o and inflicting on thq wage earners the pains and penalties of the lockout and blacklist and denyingi them tie the right of association and mblnesj J action by refusing those who are members of labor or ganlzatlon nUll all these things are I Justified as a legitimate result of the evolution of industries resulting COOlH1tfoDsto carry on his business as he sees fit and of lawful competition On the 4ether hand when laborers combine to maintain or raise their wages or oth- erwisecv to better their conditions or to protect themselves frqm oppression or to attempt to overcome competition with their labor of the products of their labor in order that they may continue to have employment and live their actions however open beaceful f fwd orderly are branded as a con splraoy What Js combination when done by the laborers No amount of herbal de tei1han co cedlV or just l w f Aii it r v J 1JJ 1tIY i BaCk Han many aches and pains caused by weaknesses and falling or other displace ment of the pelvic organs Othersymp toms of tomato weakness are frequent headache dizziness Imaginary specks or gnawing bearing down In lower abdominal or pelvic region disagreeable drains from pelvic generalwoaknessisymp ms are present no y j thtwrHtglve quicker relief or a more per ent than Dr Plcrcos Favorite ePr tt has record of over forty years of curtfifc Itlsl themost ootent tIt smad of e g ycerlc extrnc o na ye medlcl nal roots found in our fotests and con harmfulorI0 asI Every Ingredient entering Into Fa vorite Pre crlptlQn has thalvrtten en dorsement of the most emlnent medical1 writers of all the several schools of prac ofIlatter are not lacking having been trlbuted voluntarily by grateful patlcn In numbers to exceed the endorsements given to any other medicine extant tom the cure of womans Ills medicineImake a little more profit thereby You paramouqtoinsult to your Intelligence for him to try to palm oil upon you a substitute You know what you want and It Is his buss ness to supply the article called for tb8Iup by old Dr Pierce over forty years ago much Imitated but novel equaled Little sugarcoated granules easy to take at candy thelac tion of capital is not accompanied Iby corresponding organization and the collective action of laborers This ofI est consideration of public policy The very object of labor organiza tions Is to impart to every laborer the strength of all A great nation that would not do this would justly lose th respect of every other nation an soon no respect would be paid to tic rights of its citizens The cause of one laborer is the cause of all labor ers Organized labor must give teach o of its collective force and InIlluence else they will fall one one a sacrifice totho greed of their employers If labor organizations did not have the rght to protect and de fend the Interests of its members 11I dividually as well as collectlvelythey would be oP no utility and would soonI conic undeilabject submission to cap- Ital TJtifeh grants noting of funda mental value to wage earners which is not coerced to grant by the comE bined power of labor organizations or legislation brought dbout usually through their influence 421 LIVES LOSTsON RAILROADS Over 20000 Received Injuries Number of CollisionsI 3991 I Washington July IShocking rail road accident involving great loss oft life and property occurred during the three months ending March 31 in the United Statesaccordlne to accident but letin No 23 Just issued by the inter state commerce commission While the number of lives lost andJ number of injured are somewhat than during the previous three months the record is yet appalling de The bulletin shows that the total number of casualties to passengers to employes while on duty dur the three months was 30563 as is compared with 29944 reported in the threw monthsa decrease of 381 Thee total number of passengers and em ployes killed In train accidents was 421 and the number of injured 4920 fiftythree less in number injured as compared with the record of the pro ceedlng three monthsa s The total number of collisions and derailments in the quarter was 3991 2078 collisions and 1913 derailments of which 3am collisslons and 229 do1 railments affected passenger trains The damage to cars engines and roadways by these accidents amounted to 3530110 The number of enlployes killed in coupling accidents in this quarter shows a diminution of 25 per cent as y compared with tho quarter last preced ing or with that of one year ago of PROVIDENCEFROWNED NO PROSECUTORS If not Fatal Mishaps Have Beerl the Portion ofPowersS ls Pursuers t I A peculiar fatality has followed many of the men who have assisted in the prosecution of Caleb Powers A par tlal list fowwows Thomas C Campbell reading coun del against Powers and one of time most venal members of the logul profession in America died from thV effects il a shipwreck on a yachting cruise in the tropics after having suffered the pangs of starvation Judge James E Cantrill of George town who presided in one of tie Irl ale and whose ruling leas notoriously partisan is a physical and mental disnbilltywato3 e Court Bench His fine residence in Georgetown was also burned to tlground since the last trial of Pout f era rNa t failgdr fci Another Juror whose name also is not remembered was poisoned but recovered Another Juror was struck on th head with a piece of glass and so bad hurt that paralysis resulted Another Juror was burned to deat- hlOne of James Howards jurors named Crutchfleld was poisoned und diedAnother Howard juror was sent to the Penitentiary Thomas Snuff Sheriff of Scot- county during the first Powers trial is a confirmed invalid Deputy Sheriff Wlllhtin Rogers wile helped to seulect the jurors is also in u precarious physical condition M E Combs a witness for the prosecution dropped dead in Indiana W B Anderson another prosecuting witness is dead witnessdStrolling Barbcr Weaver was Indicted for perjury and his whereabout- are not known s heIperjured himself and that he was Induced to give perjured testimony while drugged A threeyearold child of Judge lied G Williams of Frankfort who prosecuted Powers was burned to death Tallow Dick Combs of Manches of Clay county one of the Impor tant witnesses for thfe Commonwealth In the Caleb Powers cose was killed Wednesday near Georgtown by n pas senger train while traveling from FrankfortsJohn Rlha a prominent dealer of Vining In says I have been selling DeWitta Kidney and Bladder Pills j about a year and they give better i satisfaction than any pill I ever sold There are a dozen people here who have used them and they give perfect satisfaction in every case1R hive used them myself with tine results Sold by nIl druggists m I8argamlng With Death No one of us Is so poor or so un worthy that he is not ready to bargain with deathLet the spectre name his prlc we give up our loves and our to bacco with equal pronipfpess He ma bayo our fortunes and our homos OUII pride and our achievements and aspi rations yea even our eyes and ears if ho will but smile upon our pray Let him so command and we will abide in the wlldnesp we willI find comfort in husk we will lie wn with the beasts of the field NebuChudneZjlzar It is needless to tell us that death an arch grafter We know Avith whom we are dealing And wo know too that he grins InrrhlH sleeves at II our eagerness to dlay he inevitable j What to him are ten more years or fifty rears or fif IImightysecured a respite of five thousand your he would even so have been In his grave for more than a century when i Richard of England led the Crusaders j tothe waTh7of Jerusalem Could Car negle purchase a supplemental decade 11tury3000 An old legend tells us thatjf when Methuselah was five hundred ears old an angel came to him and i advised him to build a house instead i living in the open air as he had 00000oo000That hacking cough continues 0yourI Take Scots Emulsion 0 It builds up and strengthens your entire systemiIt contains Cod Liver Oiland el so A prepared that it u easyto take euytodlgeltoALL DRUGGISTS Soc AND 11- 00oo0000 a OO A IR pI j psileialto the About five Inuidred yours I j nswticd thy angei Then said Methuselah it Is not worth while lo build u hOuseV V 1 provedlilmsrlfjtllousand years niriy bo as ypitcrday ibut it IH not for us to follow tho ox1 niple of our anUdlluvJan fori athor and view existence through the eyes of death Every moment added to our earthly tenure is regarded as that much gain The monk Hifdeshelni listening to God In tho melody of bird for a space it three minut throereach of us life means always till possi i bllity of joy and rovelailon uumoasur j eal by time or space Therefore lot iw bargain with death Trueho will claim us al last but wo Blwll haveI hUIgalnClIfI I Everybody loves our baby rosyswcet and warm With kisses placed on her neck and I 4dimples on her armsIjOncc she was so thin and cross used to cry with pain Mother gave her Cascaswoetnow shes well again Sold by all drug I gists ni WORRIED BINGHAM LOUISVILLE MAYOR I Grayson County Farmer Wanted to Discuss Matters With MayortDetectives who are guarding fho Ueof Robert W lilngham front trunks believed for a time this morn ing that they wore dealing with an individual who meant to do the ex ecutive bodily harsh After an in vestigation made by Detective sxI ton the man proved to bo u farmer i of Grayson county desirous to ills cuss the political situation in Louis j 111 EIThe man approached Detective Sexton and with a wink asked where the mayors office was Detective Sexon questioned him as to his business with the mayor The farmer said that he had d personal score to settle with him whereupon Uw detectives j hurried tIll man toward he fron door of the City I hill The stranger declared that he had i just como to Louisville and before returning to his home in Grayson county wanted to have u talk with the tlIIItto Mayor The farmer teemed much hamI ed at not being able to have with the Mayor and said Kentucky hospitality no longer existed Louis j ville Times i IOASTOnA Bought vinatl1lo rIJPof We never repent of eating too little was one of the ten rules of life of Thomas Jefferson President of the United States and the rule ap plies to every one without exception during this hot weather because it is hard for food even in small quan titles to he digested when the blood is at high temperature At this season we should oat sparingly and properly We should also help the stom ach as much as possible by time use a little Kodol For Indigestion and Dyspepsia which will rest the stomac by digesting the food Itself Sold by druggists m CrampsI I dying from cramps in swimming wild Dr James i Rose of Martin Teun People ciont die from cramps while ia brul ing The water gts iu ihu laISI Hoods the ear drum and causes the nerves leading to the brain to buconif paralyzed This naturally forces other vital nerves to cease performing their peoi go Cotton in their ears the number of deaths from cramps would he smull er This information was Imparted to GHI 1181finput cotton In my ears and Im never afraid of haying cramps Xushvill TennesseanINeighbors got I was Utterly rooiedIdeath and had become leave my bed and neighbors predicted that I would never leave it alive butIthey gqt fooled for thanks be to GodI was Induced to try Dr Kings New Discovery I took Just four one lolIlar bottles to completely euro the I cough and restore mo to good oulldI aoalth writes Mrs Eva Uneapher 01I Grovertown Stark County lad This King of cough and cold cures and healer qf throat slid lungs is guaran teed by all druggists DOc and 100 i Trial bottLe free m i L 7 I r y ti IIIslmilating Promotes DigcstionJCfteerfur ness and stCOntains neillier OpiumMorphine nor MiruraL NOT NAHC OTIC A f1IfUlJtSINlIEIlfrCUZRI- INSJJt i A perfect Remedy for StotnachDiattiaaaWorms SLEEPIFacSinife Signature or tNEW YORK LEXACT yGWRAP J I CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Nave Atway ight 1 Bears tIfi Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA T1f N cw ern lOUR CLUBBING RATES THERKPU LICAN and Louisville Herald125TH- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 250- THE RKPUKLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Horn and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippen jjtts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Twices Week Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Dailr Owensboro Inquirer 370 175ITHETHE REIMIHLKJAN and Tayloirotvod JMagaxine 3150 Address all orders to REPUBLICANi Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500- Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Dank Come in DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alvin RoweBurch Felix Jim Polk Stevens Z Wayne Grirfin t I TILLERS OF THE SOIL I Ci C1 Will Make no Mistake 01 Visiting the Reliable i 4iandWelt K yawn Firm of i- J fi WILLIAMS MILLER If btcqf2 handle Plows of at fcifils and makes Disc tHarrows steel and wood frame Harrow riding and j t walking Cultivators Wagon of the best makes and j A14 buspies for young folks ltn4 old folks JJ tR bit In Addition = = We have the bet equipped shop in Ohio county Ci o fitted with the latest iitpnatl iVi irUJiiaitr andap bt plianoes and besides all km iss of general Blacksmith can do tu hrsiclasa that other tCia 1- S t RwILICAi rtS NIT LER t f 1 v Q r- r j fi ywl r v t w ja M r- r f IETTt7 j Il d r i rJTh First Annu Iii Jit1Exhibition i f I I S T v WlLL BE HBiJD AT I IJ HARDINSBURG KY J September 3 4and 5 1907 7 3000 500 special pt1fI11U1IJB ftIeti 1Jr 1aa1 lusineegtnen One of the bait equipped aid most beautiful grounds In the State Reduced rates and special trains on railroad The management has A premium list of to racing Tits qtstian was considered by those in charge very carefully and they decided to make this strictly an agricultural fair The managers of the most suc for not offering more pursesbeen crltlclsed by some have cut It out We will have trotting races day but our running In the State were conoulted and they are aU agreed that raring mixed up with agricultural shows Is a failure and all of them every cesful county fairs to for Breckenrldge County hones and for mules We are asured of a very high clas J exhibition of stock and agricural products especially horses We Shall have horses from the Blue Grass tOI races the Purchase are limited and our one stalls are being taken so rapidly that we are preparing to Increase the number before 0Verytin fair opens As far as the attendance is concerned it is up to the weather We are not worrying about that and many that eant Respectfully t the attendance They are all coming can M H BEARD Secretary Hartford Republican Idled br the Hartford rnblliblng Company IKCOIPOBAVKD cM BKWKTTI BdltormC I BBIIITIiCombr1 sa 34- 74ottih Rlvr 22 FRIDAY AUGUST Iti Examine the labelon your paper If Its not correct notify uaIREPUBLICAN TICKET L For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor W H COX Of Mason County For Attorney GeneralIi JAMES BREATHITT Of iForFRANK P JAMES j Of Mercer CountyIFor State E CAPT ED FARLEYIOf McCracken County I For Secretary of DR BEN L StateIOf Hart For Supt of Public Instruction I J O CRABBE- Of Boyd County Commissioner of Agriculture E M J RANKIN Of Henry County For State Senator I J W WRIGHT Of Muhlenburg County For Representative- DR J A DUFF Sulphur Springs Precinct You may drive an oil magnate toi courtbut you cant remove the spots from his trousers I We hope John Do will not strike us for a loan when he has to pay that 29000000 fine In a few months people will be wondering why they didnt fix the roads in good weather Question your candidate for Represen tatlve about his position on the mutter of Slate aid for road improvement We notice the railroads are more I cheerful in obeying a law which abol ishes passes than one fixing a two cent rate A It was a shame for the Democratic press to drive an Innocent man like Hargis off the State Committee and into Journalism Who can l lame tho CourierJournal and Times for refusing to ride In a wagon driven by the Evening Post whl3 walking Iss o good =m i Vardaman comes up smiling and t V announces that he is stil in the ring It will be noticed however that he i has a good sized piece of court plaster on his head Wo are at a loss to know if Beck ham and Hager will divide the issues and one denounce office stealing and r the other the liquor interests Both have had some experience in either line We are told that Mars is now in1 full and rapid retreat from its post b 1 rtion of proximity to the earth It probably looked In on some of the Hargis trials The CourierJournal pictures Mr Willson about to deliver a terrible blow in a golf game That will not be In the same class with tho one he is going to deliver to Hager at Maysvllle next Monday The hard worked underpaid school teachers should remember that with artsIngvalues they should draw ffifiO per capita instead of 340 With typhoid fever on the increase and becoming more fatal can it be that our city council will fall to is sue the bonds voted by our citizens and provide a sanitary sowqr age system for Hartford Kentuckians how do you like tho prospect of four more years of the three Hs Hargis Hager and HaleyMaysville Public Ledger Speaking the sentiment of a vast ma jority wo are proud that the prospects are no better than they arc The prosperity of this country Is t based on a protective tariff system An effort Is to be made not only by tho Democratic party but also by an element In the Republican party to disturb or smash the tariff system Its friends should present a solid front Longhaired Vardaman intoxicated with the exuberance of his own ver bosity line gone down to defeat Louisville Herald If pitchfork Till wan can only be given the same dose another important step towards mod ernizing and Americanizing the South will be taken No one expected that dark horse of which Marse Henry wrote so much to be found in exMayor Barths stable He seems to be a regular Democratic horse however We suggest to the Democrats of Louisville that they sub stitute the horse for the rooster on the ballot this falltNext week we shall have with us the Ohio County school teachers In the annual Institute They are wel come to our midst and here is hoping that their stay will be pleasant and profitable There is no nobler calling and our observation is that no county in the State can boast of a more in telligent body of teachers nor one which contains so many pretty school mams The Horrodsburg Democrat invite s guesses on the following proposition The Louisville Post declares Itself an independent newspaper carries the name of William H Taft at its masthead as its Republican can didate for President champions the cause of J C W Beckham Demo cratic nominee for Senator and as sumes to be the mouthpiece of the re form Democratic Administration of Louisville Guess what It Is Agrflf ter I Taking their cue from the larger mediums of misrepresentation the Democratic press of every descrip tion now loom up with editorials start ing out about like this Following the disastrous reign of Taylor the Dem ocrats in 1900 etc Even the Hartford Herald has imbibed of the beguiling influences It knows as every sane person does that the disastrous reign of Taylor if such existed was the di rect result of the successful attempt of Democrats to take the offices to which they were not elected If GoV- ernor Taylors brief administration was disastrous Beckham Hager and South 1f r J i J rv-r Trimble three Democratic nominees for office this year and the other con testants brought on the disaster it is within the knowledge of all Ken tuckians who are observers of public affairs that the Taylor administration started off with most flattering pros pects and so continued until the Dem ocrats inaugurated the office theft under their infamous election law which had been formulated for the purpose AH I SUNDAY CLOSING Muhlenburg county has an alleged Democratic newspaper It is the Ar gus It In common with a vast num ber of others of its ilk have Assayed to believe they could hypnotize the pub lic about the Republican partys stand on Sunday saloon closing The Cen tral City Republican hands it the fol lowing lord incidentally this might prove a cure or preventative for conniption fits and kindred troubles u certain newspaper hereabouts hits suf fered from over the same qucstiorin The Argus seems to be much exercised over the fact that the Repub lican State Platform did not say anything specially In favor of SUndll closing in Louisville The platform says We favor the strict enforcement of all the laws of the State N Jw can the editor of the Argus compre ugalnKtjsellinglaws of the State If so then Republican party is committed uponI that law The Republican party has a platform of principles enunciated at the Louisville Slate Convention i You can tell what it stands for but what about the Democratic party It has no platform Can it be that this once great partthe party of Carlisle Lindsay Blackburn and McCreary has sunk so low tinder its present incompetent leadership as to be afraid to commit itself upon the public question before the people of the Commonwealth Gov Beckham has been Governor for nearly seven years Was this law on the statute books when he became Governor Was it on the statutes whet he was elected the second time when Senator McCreary charged that whiskey Interests put up the theI to secUJo his Beckhnms Was this tho law before Gov Beckham became a candidate for United States Senator against Senator McCreary It1hasKentucky to sell whiskey on SundaII IfNOlMNCEORttUPLICITY Time Democratic press of Kentucky started out to brag about the magnifi cent manner in which this present administration had managed the school funds for Kentucky Upon be ing shown up on the record they now resort to such balderdash as the fol lowing from the Muhlenburg Argus one of the most rantaukerous unrelia ble of the flock We resent the constant sneers of the Republican press concerning the public school system and alleged Inefficiency of the public school teachers In this state No state has a better school system and no state pays as much per capita to the maintenance of the common schools as Kentucky and no state has a brighter more Intelligent industrious class of young men and womn school teachers notto count many old veterans who have spent their lives In the public ser vice in the public school rooms The denunciation of the Republican patty and Republican press of the public schools and school teachers is an In famous libel conceived in falsehood and malice for campaign purposes Kentucky has Men injured more and is being Injured more every day by the slanderers and traitors within her borders than by all other influences 1rtyI+ The intelligent teachers of the State should resent the libel of time Re publican party at the polls What Republican paper in Kentuckj ever sneered at the inefficiency of the public school teachers in this State Not one and the Argus could not find an expression of that kind in any Re publican paper with its fine tooth comb No State has better or more self sacrificing teachers and none are paid less for their services Every State north of the Ohio River and most of them south of it pays more public money for schools than does KentuckyThe clause of this wonderfulI editorial effort ls amusing In the ex treme The idea of appealing to Intelligent teachers to resent a hatch ed libel from tho Argus own incuba tor is a poser This piece of Ignor ance or duplicity will not apeal to any Intelligent person much less an Intelligent teacher Better continue your appeals to Ign6rance as you have always done Not Strong but Weak Just as surely as there are practical questions in the selection of candi dates for the Presidency the result of this Ohio fight though Mrttsh- ouJdI take the majority of the Ohio showIhimState divided for and against hlmthe Protectionists in Ohio angry with his Tariff views the Foralter followers in Ohio determined secretly prehaps but persistently upon satisfaction at the polls and the colored voters of Ohio- openly slaughtering the Republican I ticket New York Press The YMIdnighter Jim Hargis announces that he will establish a newspaper at his home town Jackson Ify Its name will bo i tho mldnighter The Louisville Her ald announces its advent as follows The pen Is tujghtier than the gun mused James llargis after he had written his famous resignation and less liable to get one into the criminal courts Straightway he hies himself bacl to Jackson and announces that he will start a newspaper With an admira ble sense of appropriateness and a grim humor worthy of a better cause he names it the Mldnighter signifi cant name for the organ of a man about whoso personality cling suggcs tlons of assassination Ordinarily the ethics of journalism demands that a new claimant for pub fletdIassociatesImenacing title cannot he so greeted by any one loyal to the best interests of the State As an exponent of Hajfilslsm it must prove a disturber of public tranquility fanning feudist flames and pandering to hate bloodshed and pernicious policiesSome wise Demcorat ought to muzzle Hargis Republican interests will not be hurt by his latest outbreak Every new performance means votes under the log cabin If Hargis will only tire on the Republican ticket every pos sible doubt of Its success will be Kone a District Conventions The Rockport Magisterial District Sunday Echoed Convention will beheld at the Presbyterian church Mc Henry Kyj oh Sunday afternoon Augsut 18 1907 3 p m The Fordsvllle District Convention will be at Fordsville August 25 1907 All schools are Invited to be rep sented Everybody welcome Several of the county officers will be presen at both conventions E W Ford CtyhVn Ohio County S S Assn tu S I I CECIL FULKERSON HITS THE GRIT Warrant is Issued Charging Him With Rape and be Absconderates Lute Tuesday afternoon Charlena Weatherford a nineteenyearold girl living at Ceralvq made the proper oath and had issued a warrant charg i ing Cecil Fulkerson who also lives at Cerulvo with the crime of rape I The warrant was at once placed in the hands of deputy sheriff S A Bratcher who left early Wednesday I morning to execute same He returned Wednesday evening without his man I It develops that young Fulkoreon in some way learned that the warrant was going to be Issued and skipped the country leaving Rpckpdrt where he was lust seen about oclock Tues day afternoon The offence of rape Is a seripuB one the punishment being from ten to twenty years in tlifc peni tentiary or death in the discretion of the Jury The Issual of the warrant has calis ed quite a sensation in the neighboi hood in which the parties live The affidavit made by Miss Weatherford on which the warrant was Issued is as follows STATE OF KENTUCKY County of Ohio- AffiantCharicna Weatherford sttttes she is a female under the age of 21 years and that she has grounds for believing and does believe that Cecil Fulkerson has committed the crime of rape committed in manner and form as follows towit The Said Cecil Fulkerson did in Ohio county Kentucky on the day of 1907 and before this date by forcer and duress have carnal knowledge of J this affiant while she was Insensible from some drug or decoction adminis tered by him without her consent against the peace and dignity of the Commonwei hit and Oil Suite in suvch car made and provided I nm affiant herein and the forego- Ing statements are true j CHARLENA WEATHERFORD Subscribed and Sworn to before me by Charlena Weatherford August 13 1907 Y L MOSELEY N P O C My commission expires January 18 1908 A Great PowWow It has been the custom of the good toII When the Hair Falls Then its time to act No time to study to read to experiment I You want to save your hair and save it quickly too So make up your mind this very minute that if your hair ever cornea out you will use Ayers Hair or It fakes tote scalp healthy The hair stays Inf It cannot do any thing else Its natures way The beet kirn ol a tHttmoaUl Aold for eves Blxty year cAyr00 fcomll Abo ueuJbaMm of lJerSryPICTOIAL I rs II a II have a social gathering where old friends could meet each other shake hands and have a day of social enjoy I mentThe Improved Order of Red Men j have taken advantage of the occa sion and on August 17 at the beautiful grounds of the Ohio County Fairi i Company will give a grand or 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 cos tume bowie knives war clubs and seenTheregame by the best teams that can be had in 1the county foot races potato races and a number of other amusements v to please the fancy of the great crowd expected Dp 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 barbecue dinner on the grounds at the small sum of 35c per platewhich we hope will be in reach of all No admis sion will be charged so that everybody big little old and youngis ex pected to attend Old man bring your old lady and yourbestcome a with the Red Men tf BRIEi SEAN OF- CIRCUIT COURT Very Busy But Shortest August Session of Circuit Court- Closedponday i The regular August term of the Ohio Circuit Court closed Mlondny after be ting in session only se o days This was the shortest August trm of the Court held in years in fadt we do not recall any term so brief It was inUChbusinessficials and attorneys were prompt and efficient which aided the court jurorssentatlve body of Ohio county citi provedefficient andthismen composing the Jury The verdict for the largest amount 3GOOranco vathe I c R R The following cases were disposed of as Indicated attar our report last weekIVlpla vs R Flem Stevens and surety companycompromis ed by payment of 1500 to aWplaintiffYoungjury I OdellIMrs M C OBannon vs L QRJR tiff Coverdlct of Jury 190 for plainj a i1 f Mrs J c Wilson vs Harrison rvtiffMeHenry IiRCocontlnued RRcontlhuedTT ray Pverdicti t- tik t fJ 4s r 1 Fakirs rllf N OF SEASON j SA EOwing to a backward season we find our J k a tock filled with many lines that should NOWjmeans a sacrifice What we lose means For tFRIDAY AND SATURDAY We have inaugurated our ENDOF SEASON SALE Our aim is to close out our entireI Summer Stock COST NOT REGARDED It means sometning to YOU Summer Hosiery 50 doZe1l Ladies Seam less Fast Black Lace Stripe Hose our regular 25c ev lderyday sellers as long us 0 ake they last Friday and Joy Saturday per pair gc Ladies bleached 0 Hen is a recognized fact among the Ladies that we utl are AT TIMES for VA air 1 RIETY STYLE and LOW PRICES OIL WASH ow GOODS For Friday and Saturday a compli toremills place on our tde fancy Wash Goods only these two days at per 1 osId yard 1 m I w I VISIT US BARGAINS AWAIT YOU I tls Republicanxnd FRIDAY AUGUST 1C fur lay illinois Centr l RailroadTimet Table dJNoah HoiiuU- No Nonlh Bon ML due 407 lira Nol 1 dial1sl tr YrNolq2dlu4Spm No 111 rot as I st Buy the American Ladyat Fairs Beat school shoes in wn are at Fairs vatCotouesfor Gc and IOc e 1 g Air Alex Barnettto ill at hI- ds s home on Clay stre4 i WereioAt Smallhous ash The A0found in Mens Hats d Shirts ffl etc at Fairs Pt Dttfft pay big prices for Clothing rt Call at Fairs and get the latest i t r Mrs D E Thomas and son are th I f guests of relatives in Owtjnsboro l d Fairs special prices on Hosiery will y continue over Friday and Saturday nRedd Mens barbecue at Fair mtgrounds August 17 I Mr James Wysong Sunnydalewas g a pleasant caller while in town Wed a nesday r Mr M F Sharp and son master I Murry Narrows were pleasant callers yesterday I ffeThe Infant child of John Bunger ofa j the Palo neighborhood died last fFI Saturday l Mrs S K Cox and daifghtcr Miss r Fannie are sojourning at Diamond Springs Logan county I daughterMisalltoJ Owensboro the first of the weekI II 1lIssouv Carson has returned from wjrette Ala after an absence of sev- eraln months In the millinery bust DessIi rv tr1iSS8 Katheryne Jpnes city was the o her parents Mr and Mrs a J C Jones near Rochester last Saturday If and SUBdayIx We hope Isadora next week the entire speech- hich J HomAuguBtUB B Willsonwill tFi TdpUver a lliayBvill r n Monday I 1- pt k f bI- Lf I r f Ladies Vestsl- wentyfivedoz Vests taped armholes and neck a everydayI only Fridayandttturday gc ra ecaItHEADQUARTERS ALL as gc I SkCN N9S9 Or0 Esq H Miles Paradise was pleasant caller Monday F SALE One yoke of Oxen f C P MORRIS 9 Ceralvo Ky MfllZ Wayne Griffin went to Lou rtvilitr on business the first of the xeek Capt J M DeWeesq went to Owens Tuesday to attend the Chau Iboro F W Plrlle of the east Hurl IMI neighborhood Tuesday was a pleasant Mr Ben Taylor one of Hartfords tonsorial artists is the guest of rel ativeSat Birdseye Ind IMrs Pearl Tweddell returned Sun day from a weeks visit to relatives at and near Beaver Dam Attorneys E M Woodward and C BranchITuesday on iMrs S A Anderson and children cd Monday from two weeks vis It to relatives at Oweris oroI toeKansas Mr Albert returned home last Saturday I1IIss Bessie Gillesple returned the the week Toni a few days visit to relatives at Rockport Themeatsfor tUe Red Mens barbecue Au ust 17 wHbe prepared Oy Pap Foreman IOhio County Medical Society meets next Wednesday the 21st of AUGUs- tat 10 a m Soo that you Doctors at tend Misses Rebecca and Nancy Johnson Bardstown will arrive today to be the guests of Capt and Mrs W M Forman i I Miss Mertle Williford No Creek one of the leading candidates in our popularity contest was a pleasant caller last Saturday IMr and MrS C A Frier and childof Shawneetown ill are the g of Mrs Friers sisters Mrs J Ii Pirtlej and Mrs W E Newbolt Rev J A Lewis returned the first of the week from a few days sojourn at Diamond Springs Rev Lewis Is much improved In healtjbVJ x- Y Messrs J A Daniel and N0ah White have purchased the blacksmith shop of C iBi Morrison and will con tln ethe business gt+ thesamei3tand JI J c 1 FOR SALE CHEAP Off new Stud baker Wagon Apply at once too the Hartford Ice Co Itf WANTED AT ONCE10V teams 325 per day Walton Wilson Rodes Co- Hartford Ky Leave your laundry atfCleve IlerB grocery Work guarantied Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laundry 46tt Mrs Ellen BarneU Livermore nnd Mrs Joe A Ftaraeltof Denver Colo tell Owonsbora WcdliCBJlay for the lat tars home Is Mr W W Carter and Gamily have moved into one of the new residences recently erected by Mr GBon Fredrica Street Miss Ethel Wjesterfield Monographer for the Williams Co Is tho guest of her parents Mr and Mrs F 1I Westerfleld near town MI W H Barnes and son must Glenn Misses Annie Palton and Win ona Stevens and Muster McHenry Hoi brook left yesterday for a visit to the Mamlnoth Cave In our report of our popularity con test last week we announced that It would close in sixteen days from flitttadate This was an error The contest closes August 31 at 5 oclock m Everybody come to Red Mens barbecue Those who do not wish dinner can pro cure lunch on grounds Mr Ward electrician from Owens boro will be in Hartford next wee to do wirelng for the Kentucky Ugh- S Power Co Any one desiring their property wired should see him or M L Heuvrln for prices etc ExSheriff Cal P Keown Revs A B Gardner and O M Shultz Miss Leona Maddox Dr E W Ford tis Era Gardner Mr and Mrs S A Bratcher were among the Hartford people who attended too association lit Rockport the first of the week The contract for digging the publl ditch on the north side of Rough Creek near M F TIchenors WitS awarded to A M Barnett of the North Hartford neighborhood yesterday at 1 oclock po m The price to be paid is 20 cents per cubic yard of dirt moved I The running shows which are b Ing given nightly at Beans Electric Theatre are becoming more popular all the time There Is something new l on the boards every night The shows are always of the highest type an pleasing to all but especially instruc informa ed by M Bean the genial manager that a moter will soon be installed which will furnish electric fans Thu will make a very comfortable plat to spend an enjoyable evening with your friends rTax Notice Sheriff R B Martin has receive certificate from Auditor Hager of the amount of taxes due from Ohio county and Is now ready to receive taxes tf SUNNYDALEIAugV 1tlIr W W Ezell of Ow ensboro was in our midst Saturday Miss Minnie Renfrow of Sunny dale visited Misses Effle and Edith Duke of Palo Ky Friday night Mr and Mrs A M Weatherford Mr Sidney Dodson wife I and child run Misses Calla Joncs and Elmer Smith and Wayne Lee visited at Mr A B Renfrows Saturday Miss MlnnleRenfroW left here Sun duly for Smallhous Ky to begin her school there Monday Mss Irene Whittinghlll who is teaching school here visited her par oath Mr and Mrs Cicero Whitting hill ULrr Shrevc Ky Saturday and Sunday Mrs H K Renfrew of this place vlslUd her mother Mrs A J Hlnes Wednesday Dr and Mrs Ivan TCenfrow left herDi Sunday fortlfelr home In Colo rado Dr Renfrows sister Miss Mol lie accompanied them I Miss Eva Hints is on the sick list Mr and Mrs Chas Colburn of near here visited Mrs Annie Maden a near Palo Tuesday Mr Joe Maden wlfo and children Mr and Mrs Estill Maden allotIPalo visited at Chas Colburns Sun day Entergeiic YokeFellow Rev George H Farley of Paducaht In reporting a meeting held n city during July In which Rev John T Drawn who will be associated with Bro Wright In the meeting which begins here August 25th assisted says I have had a good many good brethren assist me In meetings but they allow me to say tor Brother Brown that he Is the most energetic and Indefatigable yokefellow that I have Dyer pulled with Notice To Militia Every member of Company H Is directed to report for drill on the evening1 of Wednesday August 21 1907 Iat 730p m The service uniform worn X M DeWEESECapt 4- r n f 9 5DOO PEOPLE AT- TOBACCO RALLY Held by the Farmers at Dawson Springs and Many Prominent Speakers Present HopkinBvil Ky August 14Thfarmers rally at Dawsop Springs to day was intended by fully HOOO peo pie JTlt ntlly was hold under the auspices of the Dark Tobacco Growers Protective Association The speakers were Congressman Juh Wesley Gaines John Allen and ISn Fort of Tennessee Congressman A 0rStanley of the Second Ken lucky district Ward Headley and Ev erllt Jennings Mrfsunliy In nnaddess of gl ca eloquence rplitl to those who have criticised him for lib interview given ereat a short time ago in which he sal 1thnt the ivports of lawlessness un destruction of property by the Night Riders wre false and greatly axng gerated find Unit the reports were inspired principally by paid agents of 1the tobacco trust Mr Stanley ro iterated the statement rI know I am marked man he continued but If I die for It I will not surrender to the powers that are trying to de afros the honest farmers Special Excursion to Louisville Leaving Cairo HI on Sept 3rd re turning leave Louisville September 5 Rate for round trip 175 from Beaver Dam Ky J E WILIAMSAgt Hartts Street Parade at 1030 Au gusst 17IBEAVER DAM- s Rev Wright filled his regular ap polntmeut here Sunday morning and enmingIMrs V M Hayes and daughter MIst Marguerite who have been at ChautauquacHouse en route to their home InI Rochester Taxlwho nas been visiting here past week hUH gtine to Ind to visit his mother and returnedH Miss Wlnona Rhoads has from afour days stay In Owensboro Will D Woodward is visiting his parents this week He Is engaged in surveying a new pipe line from 1111I acts to Georgetown Ky dJirsjhl W Mitchell Is the weep with relatives In Owensboroj Mlss Dena Woodward Is attending PtsMiss Marie L Austin and Messrs C W Hocker nnd W C and M S Ken nedy spout Sunday in Owensboro Mrs George H Barnes who has been very ill for the past three weeks Is some better Mss Fleuner of Butler totally is visiting her cousin Mr Oscar Flee ner of this place Misses Klttye Rhoads Bunnle Ren der and Dr L O Render of this city and Mr Carlisle Render Hartford spent the week end on Green river camping Mr and Mrs Elmer Render chaperoned the party Mr and Mrs C P Austin and children Mr and Mrs J P Mc Kcnnuy and Misu Dorn Gibson have returned from a two weeks stay atIthe Owensboro Chautauqua I Messrs M D Maddox and M M Faugheuder are enjoying a trip to j Niagara Falls New York Washing ton surd Jamestown Miss Blanche VanMeter is visiting her grandmother at Spring Lick Messrs Morton Williams and Austin Rhoads spent Sunday at Spring LickMrs Edwin Rhoads and children of Sheffield Ala are the guests of Mrs S J Rhoads and daughter Miss Klttye I am Justly proud of my old business in new quarters and am better equipped to supply the wants of the In every department than ever m beforeI am in a larger house espec tally prepared for my business with M great deal larger stock of not cheap goods but good goods cheap If you are thinking of buying anything in line I would be glad to figure with you Yours for business J B TAPPAN Your Jeweler and Optician now locat be on Center street two doors above New Commercial Hotel 4tS Among The Lodges Members of Keystone Chapter should of not forget that tomorrow night is the regular meeting night Some impor tant work is to be done Let every member tu outsRough River No 110 K of Pheld 6 the regular meeting Tuesday evening No rank Work was conferredon account of the absence from the city of so many members Thero will be work In the third rank next Tuesday ovend Ing It is hoped that every member of the team will be present Hartford Lodge No 676 F S A i gw r r VV 111 UW II till WV TIFACTS FORTHEJPEOPLEp blY the wary or unwary Things have been told for facts which afterwards proved tot be otherwie We would not knowingly make a misstatement We could not afford inclineddFACT NO IAt this season of the year no prosperous store has a full stock ofev erythingFACT NO2Any sensible merchant smallestrpossible amount FACT NO IThe dollar we save you is now worth fully 100 cents to you OTHER FACTS are that we will sell you goods of quality cheap give you the best service we can and strive to please and satisfy our customers Our lines of Shoes are getting strong We are particularly proud of a line just receiv ed a line for everyday wear for women and children a line not so pretty but so good shoes that wear allsolid like you used to buy Medium in price We refer to the Goodman line Call for these Shoes when you want something that will wear well BARNARD CO Hartford Ky fi R W KINO E AII i still to bit ready to do 49 repair work or sell you as cheapas the cheapest rt1 anything in my line I am no longer connected bit the 5c and IOc having sold my inter est to G E Barakat and will devote all my ty fi to the Jeweler business All work guaranteed bI fi b NOT GOOD AFTER AUGUST 19 FREE TRIP THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION This Ballot Count 5 Votes for Miss f put on the third degree in good form at a call meeting lust Monday night The weather was exceedingly warm and the was not large but this was made up in good work by all present from the Master down A call meeting will held next Monday night as the work Is accumulating very fast Ohio Tribe No 188 Improved Order Red Men met in their wigwam Wednesday night In court hall This meeting was the best and largest of that has been held since the of the tribe on Plant moon Sun G S D 416 April 6 1907 Much business was added to Tho forest was scouted and 32 pale faces were found In the forest The Adoption Warriors and Chiefs was on 32 pale faces by the degree team of our local tribe The work done by the degree team would have been a credit to a team npllIc 1 THE = I Jeweler 5- Is at the shine o1d = stand and here stay all kinds of = with Store time TO Will officeby attendance probably in- titution rambling conferred cants expresed themselves as being highly pleased with tho work regretting that there WitS no more of It t Quite a large delegation from Kentucky Tribe Xo fi1 of McHenry was present also several from the Center town Tribe After all of the work had been conferred an excellent lunch was given tho new Red Men and vis itors by the old members From the t tints of institution of Ohio tribe it has progressed nicely and the memberI ship has increased beyond expecta tions but all Red Men are enthuslas tic over the order and many palefaces I will lose their scalps within the next few moons Tho present membership is 64 The PowWow barbecue at the Fair grounds tomorrow promises to be a great success The street parade at 1030 will be quite a novelty show ing the modes of trayel living etc of the primitive Red Man The parade will be proceeded by the scouts tho 4 will bo on the lookout for signs of t 2ndI r ii 4 7 iN INTEREIfflNG I STUDY OF CRIMINAL Connection Between Youthful Criminals and Physical Imperfectionsi HIf4h6 keen Intuition of the mull who ly first saw that a sound body helps to makes a sound mind has ever needed proof that proof Is to be found In the r numerous researches recently made by students of juvenile crime That wrong doing among children Is In great measure intimately connect with the presence and Influence of bodily Imperfections is a theory long since so far corroborated as to be Immune to ridicule and contemptuous doubt The Medical Record has just published an article by Mr Arthur Mc Donald summarizing the results of the winters observations of sixtyfl young criminals 200 reformatory children and children of criminal parentage Of the sixtyfive young cram nals examined 75 per cent had nn arm reach greater than their helghtGi per cent had an abnormal projuctii of the lower Jaw 08 per cent hud defective palates 52 IKT cent ha1 prominent bumps on the forehead J2 leer cent had unusually prominent cheek bones 51 per cent had detect teeth 35 per cent had thick lips 34 per cent had fingers longer than their palms and 25 per cent had crooki noses Of the reformatory children fortynine had received Injuries or wounds of the head fifteen of which must have affected the mental cond tlon In at least sixtyeight children there was mental weakness of which thirtyfive were morally deficlei seven were hysterical and five had paranoiaThe Irregularities of the sixtyfive young criminals are striking and prevalent enough to warrant the supposition that the same anatomical conditions which show outwardly in abononnal proportions am also con netted with Imperfect nerve alld brain But the great question for educators and criminologists Is how connected Do bad nerves help tank a bad physique Or dues a bony rle presslon or a misplaced muscle pros up nerves so as to prevent the latter front exorcising their normal funclioi Js every person showing abnornu bumps on the forehead and having al normally long fingers a potentlf criminal Kvtry possible answer hos been given lo these questions While rlniinologlsts of tho Lombroso school Insist that a certain physical peculiar ties are sure signs of criminality social theorists go to the other extnni by declaring that except In a few cases all this talk about crime helm by physical defects Is bosh Crimean the tendency toward It are both nl most Invariably caused by bad social conditions they say The truth lies between these extremes imperfec physique bad nerves foul tenements oppression impure food and ever other unhappiness reinforce one anon er The criminologists who finds in twisted and stretched hOlies the true cause of crime does nut look far enough though he does discover all Important fact On the other hand the social theorist who thinks tha legislation can give every man a perfect set of nerves and a new con scions shuts his eyes to more that half the truth New York Tribune fHunting for Trouble Ive lived in California 20 years and am still hunting for trouble In the way of burns sores woundsboli cuts sprains or a case of plies that J3ucklens Arnica Salve wont quickly cure writes Charles Walters of Al leghany Sierra Co No use bunting Mr Walters It cures every case guar antecd at all drug stores 25c m Art of Telephoning Tho art of telephoning Is still an accomplishment that a few people regard as necessary part of their ed ucatlon The wuy to use the trann iniltur is to place the lips within half nn inch of the mouthpiece and speak in a considerable lower tone than you ordinarily use in facotoface coater sation The reason for title Is simple Just behind the mouthpiece is an alumi num diaphragm backed with a very this sheet of carhoon and the points of contact of the wires Is a space filled with finely powdered carhop The sound waves of the voice make the aluminum diaphragm vibrate and this In turn affects the carbon sheet which stirs the granulated carbon be hind It- The electrical current that Is pas sing through the carbon powder feels all these vibrations however slight and reproduces them in the receiver and the other end of th linsettint In motion sound waves corresponding to those in the transmitter If you shout at the transmitter y tho vibration may be jjpjfcvlolcnt as c to result in only a co111jtsing Jungle at the other end of the linesottlng i loud talking thruogh a telephone is k4 distresing to the listener who you jmust remember gets the full vol of sound very close to his ear 1timeyou hoar a telephone titan talk t 1t 4 t- l iV 11 1 i lngbYiIt you will nbfice that h e raltls hllt a littleltot entougl lomakQ convcrsatlottnuticeablslbv- but j sufficiently BO that one word Is slatted cm its way before another ca tread on Its heels Clipping words iyhlch Is some times done wider the Impression that it gives them a sharper soun is a mistake Even for talking qvc considerable distances the voice should be lowered In telephone con vercsations Brooklyn Eagle I j Raising From the Grave A prominent manufacturer Wm A Fertwell of LUcama N C relates a most remarkable experience He says After taking less than three bottle of Electric Bitters I feel like one rising from the grave My trouble Is Brights disease in the Diabetes stage- I fully believe Electric Bitters will cure me permanently for It has already stopped the liver and bladder complications which have troubled mu for years Guaranteed at all druggist Price only iDi EBOUNDI WORSE The Alkaline Tried Vainly for Weeks to Reach a HarborI I I Confronted by a barrier of Impene trable ice which has isolated Greenland t from the outside world the entire summer so far as sailing vessels are I concerned the bark Alkaline which I left Philadelphia last April for Iviguit has put back to St Johns K P unable to reach her destination and much the worse for her trying experience She is under charter to load i I cryolite for Philadelphia I The Alkaline left this port on April 22 in command of Capt Zwicker and I was off Ivigtut on May 24 Since that time she has been endeavoring to make j a harbor on the Greenland coast but could not do so as the ice formed n barrier between the sea and land through which no sailing vessel could work a passage The ice extended as I fry turn h and south as the e o could I see from the masthead Capt Zwicker decided to remain for a break in the Iceand for weeks cruised north and south without seeing any i signs of a change In the floeswhlch were packed hard and tight for miles seaward from the mainland On Tulle 0 when the ice pack was the heav iest a swell set In and It was feared the vessel would be crushd Several of the planks were damaged Soon after as no signs were visible of any i improvement In conditions the vessel bore away for St Johns where she now is awaiting orders from her own LIThis Is the first time on record that me of the fleet of cryolite traders has i been unable to communicate with Greenland A fleet of sail carriers has traded between Philadelphia and land for years The unusual amount I to a wet season in allsIIedaway early and adverse winds have kept It close to the landII Jamestown TerCentennial Ex positionI NORFOLK VA APRIL 26 TO NOVEMBER 30 1907 Rates from Beaver Dam Ky SEASON EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30 Inclusive Final return limits Dec 15 U07 Rates for round trip 3045 CODAYS EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30ln elusive Final return limits Sixty 60 I lays from date of sale not to exceed i December 15 1907 Rates for round trill 2870 15DAYS EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 19 to November I 30 Inclusive Final return limits 15 lays from date of sale not to exceedIDecember 15 Rate for I L300 COACH EXCURSION RATES onIturn limits fen days from date of sale Rate for round trip 1030 J E WILLIAMS Agent Wants Motherinlaw BackIiLonesome because iris blUl left his home Eugene C Mathivet a wealthy attorney began action today in the Probate Court to enforce her return Huirestored to an action in habeas irpus claiming that his motherIn lLw Mrs Besslo R Robinson had been irsuaded to leave him and was forcibly restrained from returning He named Mrs D B Strickler a neighbor as being responsible for Mrs Rob Insons obsenc All the parties reside In a fashionable neighborhood and are well to doCleveland Special to the Washington Post theskinIor ed Witch Hazel Salve penetrates the I pores and heals quickly Sold by all uggistB inI I SPOONFUL OF UISe Ir i DRAINS REMOVED- But The Boy is Alive and NearlY Recovered Memory is to Past Events a Blank Can n hmiuin being actually lost a part of his brain substance without suffering any serious loss of what myi terlous thing culled the mind The question has had a vast Interest for the scientific workers of the last quarter of a centuTy It is given fresh interest by the case of Cecil Mull us an elevenyearold boy who is now a pa tient at the St Louis City Hospltil Six weeks ago this bo was taken tu the hospital with his skull badly crushed in the region of the left tem ple A sharp broken bone had been driven Inward not only tearing a rag ged hole through the delicate brain covering but actually burying Itself Inch deeper in the brain itself cut Ian and bruising the flue tissues ov a circular space as large as a silver dollafIDr J W Shanklund performed auI operation Immediately Then j was put to bedto die The was considered almost helpless butte he lived and is declared by Dr land to be practically out of danger That is a part of the wonder Another part is the fact that In twb operations and In the care of the Injury no less than u teaspoonful of the brain has been taken front the boys head Tills strange wound to the brain itself is rapidly healing Cecil appears all right bright and cheerful The wound was found tQ be in thin part of the left side of the brain which years of experimenting has pretty clea ly identified as the speech zone Injuries In this zone show various effects according to their location Sometimes the injured person will retain hIs understanding of words but wJl- lose the power to speak A strange feature of the boys case is thut he cannot remember books and incidents that a few weeks ago were familiar tc him Roblnpoii Crusoe and fairy books are entirely new to himI f j CASIOftABean the You Have Always Bccght Signature d Diseases a aa 1 t i The horse cah draw the load without help If you reduce friction to almost nothing by applying 1 ase to the wheels No btherlubri- cant ever made wears so long and saves so much horsepower Next time try MICA Ante GREASE StaRdard Oil Co l Ja t I Neglect It It is a serious mistake to neglect a weak heart It is such a short step to chronic heart disease When you notice irregu larity of action occasioning short breath fluttering pain in I chest or difficulty in lying on left side your heart I needs helpa i tonic There is no bet ter remedy than Dr Miles Heart Cure Its strength ening influence is felt al most at once I have used 10 bottles of Dr Miles Heart Cure and can truthfully say It has done me more good than anything I have ever used and I have nearly everything that I know of The doctor who me asked me what I was taking and I told him Dr Mlles Heart Cure ho said it was not going to do me any good but it did I have not taken for a year now and while there Is occasionally a plight symptom of the cd trouble It is not enough for me to continue the use of the medicine If 1 should get worse I would know what to do Take Dr Miles Heart Cure as I did before I consider myself practically cured of my heart trouble- S H DtTNNAM Livingston Texas Dr Miles Heart Cure It sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first will benefit If It he will refund your money fallsI Miles Medical Co Elkhart IIIr i Ohio County Supply Co ic 1tH c ric t ctoc- tlHartfordt Ky bit fi lit I Hardware Machinery and all Kinds E 1 of Farming Implements 1We carry a 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TWEDDELL Manager 1 I Incorporated I MANUFACITKKS TILE FAMOUS EGYPTIAN CEMENT VAULTS And puts them in the gnive The only absolutely perfect vault made it is watertight airtight ver min and worinpijMr Th6 greatest invention age If you haway the dead in the satisfactoryr y willcertainly demandmostI of these vip M lfactured here in IfordI I BIRKHEJD MgrsI aM1fJ OjHonest Business Repu w tation is Back of Every MONUMENTtft 4 Sold By TJs Geo Mischel Sons Props ojE boro Monumental Works 412414 E Main St Yards 214216218 Clay St OWENSBORO KENTUCKY Get Our i1MoneyI I I 44 + t + +++01 of of 01 + + H++ + O J + o + oft THE KENTUOKY Light and Power Co dINCORPORATED WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE BTCOST SELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEANi i HEALTHY AND SAFE i i 1 OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD f 1 BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN iREACHIi If M L inn T ivii i 4 MangeL Ty i R 1 IM r f t 1 b L + h 1 HORSEBREEDING ABROAD NO GOOD e Recent German System Doe f I Not Meet The Require ments It is only during the last few years lint special attention has be m glvSil to horse brooding in Cjermnny Care ful Inquiries into the subject show that the system so far followed does nyv moot Use rtqulnments of the tirniy or of the public generally While In Prance Belgium and Denmark horse breeding Is said to pity farmers s pedal 13 small farmurs better than any other branch of Industry this IB not thiNpase in Germitny whore com plaints vrorn heard with regard to gOY ernmonl rules whinh are said to be advorso to a favorable duvHopmenl of horse breduinff In con8eqnwic tin importation of foreignbred unlinilB is continually increasing In IstOG France fixporUd 8001 moiv horses Limit Vh imporntd but Gernmnj hut to im port snort + than 90000 more titan she exported I In vltw of those fuels the German Foreign office sntan txport to Northern France to Investigate horn breeding According to auliHiIo dataaf ter the FrancoGerman wur US7Q French horse breeding was ruined aT d In 1874 the French Chamber of fIlIU- IIIJS had to grant money to gradually reestablish it and the success now I attained proves the wisdom of the jact In Franco 18000000 francs of j which the state more conributtd 3 000000 nro spnt every year in 1m provenif nt If horse breeding while foJlfIIIIRIOnlYI ttinotg crusis con tributed to the advancement of hors breeding in France is the fact that the whole management is under thl charge of a specially appolnud sLaff lin Germany it rests in the hand of one man At tilts head of tho French staff under the supervision of the minister of agriculture Is the director general with his office in Paris Un der him are six Inspectors general and other employes who purchase and ease for the stallions for the State Another useful institution is the stud school at Le Pin where the train- Ing of employes is finished Tin break Ingin schools ecoles de dressage are of great assistance in the rearing of hnlfbreed horses The better c1as of coachmiii and grooms often coma from these schools The skillful way in which the Paris hackney conch men handle their nurses and make their waythrough the crowded streets due less to the whip than to attention should it Is said be credited to a great extent to the beneficial Influ ences exercised by the ecoles de dressage The forming of horsebreeders of stud horses and sonic methods oI unions in Germany rational selection helping private persons or associations to keep the necessary stud of animals Is advised France had in 1906 3US7 stallions belonging to tho state and 7480 to private persons while in the kingdom of Prussia only 2924 stallions i belonging to the state anti lr99 to private persons and it must be remembered I flint Prussia Is doing more than any other German state to Im prove the horse breeding establish ments Did our Navy Bluff Japan The talk of the transfer of the fleet to pacific waters Is a drastic move in the diplomatic game with Japan It may bo accounted for as a mere disciplinary maneuver but the story will deceive Japan least of all the world The question masked behind I many false Issues of San I1IIlIclscoI schools Japanese pride and the greatest of worldquestions that i of the migration of races Before sot prnctlcajblery mind will be likely to ask what Is rightNo question of right or wrong confronted the men of shore and sea along the varying line where the ocean barbarism broke In bloody foam on ofI lOck of the Roman frontier and It away at least It was the simple problem of home sinew and bravery against discipline victorious traditions and stern Intrepidity But we of America may well look In the face the question as to whether orn ot we have the moral right to exclude from our country men who de sire to come We build up the tradi tion that our open door Is a necessary manifestation of our faith In the equity of man We have been violating this tradition in immigration laws but I we have never repudiated tho principle itselfWhat right have we to exclude the Japanese or the Chinese To bo sure there are four hundred million of themenough to fill this continent from sea to sea with outnumbering hosts and outvote outwork and out tIght usand the sea has become a far easier highway than the bleak Sarmatian plain over which the In vaders moved no Rome To be sure there are other hundred millions Hin thelrlmlPatolY 1 tip I I tion Is may we rightly keep back tiiA Spa abmIIrestrict immigration Perhaps wo are thesPortentous question once be grasped I by the Caucasian race and the anI- s+ er Is sure be an assertion of the rightclaimed by the whiterace con 11rIas a sacred place Into which those only may he jvdmlUod who have the1 f capacity of guestshlp the personality vitlIiiml righteousness The Reader for August Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Hc jward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hals Catarrh I Cure F J Cheney c Co ToledoO We the undersigned have knownI 1J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him pcrfctly honorable In all buslnops transactions and financially able to carry out tiny 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lnIMurrled in veils of November mist I torture lot wedding ring has 1iIHldIIn days of 1Ialried shines brighter from year Ito year I Those who have stomach trouhlenoImatter how slight should O1ganHIIIthe least effort This may by taking something that contains natural digestive properties something lUke Kodol For Indigestion and Dys pepsia Kodol is a preparation of ve getable acids and contains the very same juices found In a healthy stom rich It digests what you eat Sold by all druggists mI Positions for Young Men I Xo worthy competent young man need be without remunerative employ ment in these days of unprecedented prosperity The Business University at Bowling Green Ky announces that It cannot lurish oven half asi many bookkeepers aa It is asked toI supply and yet this Institution pre pares perhaps more bookkeepers than i ana other school In the South Now 115 tho time for young teen to gel into i permanent business j jSbeIs Wise- I mind that a lithe credit Is u dangerous thing Who is able to mend both her liar bands clothes and his ways Who has learned the paradox that to have Joy one must give it I Who can tlel the difference between I her first child and ti genius Who most admires thsoe eyes which belong to a man who understands her Who acknowledges the allowance made by her husband by making allowances for hIm i I r j tdWho appreciates that tho largest room in any house is that left for self improvement Who realizes that two husbands of L5 years each are not necessarily as good as one of 50 Who can distinguish between the i laugh of amusement and the one meant to show off a dimple Who gets off a trolley car the right I way though sho runs the risk of beI Ing arrested as the man in disguise J CASTORIAFor Thi Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the STjP aSlgn tur of l fia tJutt S 9 9 sKtlittleto doubthadheartIndigestion to thetferes with its action and in the court of time tho heart becomes dise- aalodKodol 1For Dyspepsiadig- ests what you eat takes the strain off of tho heart and contributes nourishment Strength and health to every organ of the SourStomach Digestive Iof the Stomach bymaldrUmy ImmrdlatoMRS LORINQ NICHOLS Penn Van N T I h stomach trouble end was In a bad state as I had heart trouble with It I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about four months and It cured me- D KAUBLB Nevada a Digests What You Eat edleee ladigatioa rrtpttta at the Lttour itomtch bith eriVorrerEOD Wltt IBK of MI Ste A Oa Chicago 0IA SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS J THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUF KENNEDYS LAXATIVE CONTAINING HONEY AND TAR iThe Safets and Quick est Way to Transfer Money is HV LONG DISTANCE TEIEPHOUE IFur Rates Apply to Local Mgr GilmljerlaiKl Tel J Tel Got lVnilllOIIATKD h RBALI ESTATE Ii you have a farm town lot dwelling or any other Real Estate for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All you have to do is to list with us Note These Bargains Farm four miles west from lOne on the Hartford and Point public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con sisting of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a at a bargain 100 acres 1 mile from the Court- House on Hartford and Beaver j Dam pike in high state of cultiva goodIfour wells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur nished on applicationj inIi Lot 100 feet front 210 feet deep Good well Situated corner Fredrica and Griffin streets Two thirds cash balance in 12 months A bargain The 84Jacre tract of land recent ly purchased by J H Hickman of Owensboro from the trustee of HI C Powers situated in the Concord neighborhood five miles oast of Hartford 200 acres of fine farming land at Dan Station on Owensboro branch I C R R 70 acres up land balance bottom some of It will make 70 to SO bushels of corn per acre About 60 acres In Umber Three dwelling houses Good well water and early or chard Terms onehalf cash balance on easy payments List your property with us We will find a buye- rBURNETT X 8JWH Republican 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Frank L Felix Master CommlsaIonerV L Mose Icy TrusteeJury Fund R B Martin Sheriff Hartford DeputlesS A Uratcher L P Crowder W C Ashley J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday In March and August and continues threo weeks and third Monday In Slay and November two weeks County Court W B Taylor Judge W S Tinsky Clerk E M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly CourtBegins on the third Monday In January April July and Oc toberCourt of claims Convenes first Mon day In January Tuesday attar second Monday In October Other OfricersX Moey Surveyor throve S V Leach Assessor R Roy James DeWccBeSchool Superlnten CoronetJingoJUSTICES COURTS J H Williams Beaver DamMarch 24 June 23 September 21 December 2t W p Miller Horse BranchMarch 25 Juno 23 September 2 December 26 W S Dean Dundee March 27 June 26 September 26 December 27 W R Edge Fordsvllle March 2SJune 2 September 27 December 28 B S Chamberlain BedaMarch 29 June 25 September K December 13 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Pendloton A D White Wm Fair Win Bean Dr J W Taylor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No Gill F A Ma Mons meets first Monday night In each month C M Crowe W M Marvin i Bran Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 meets every third Saturday night In each month W N Stevens High Priest French Vickers Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knlghtt of Pythias meets every Tuesday night C M Barnett C C C M Crows 1C of R and S Hartford Tent No 80 K 0 T M meets every Thursday night E B Penb dloton Commander D E Thomas Record Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L 0 T M Meets first Friday evening mid third Friday afternoon of each month Mrs Z Wayne Griffin Lady Commander Miss Sue felser Lady Record Keeper Preston Morton Post No 4 G A R holda regular meetings Saturday bot tho first Sunday In each month F r Porter Commander R A Andor O Adj Kodol Dyfepopsia Cure 1 Digest what yau eat j indo 1iL u Ii r i KENTUCKY CROPS MUCH IMPROVE- July Was Excellent Weather to Corn Tobacco And 4Hayre The weather during the month t July was ideal for growing crop Geiierally warm day and night wit r frequent showers The ruin was inapt sufficient for corn and tobacco with- I i cut materially Interfering with the cultivation In spmo localities thtr w was complaint of ihu sharers being so frequent that wheat threshing was interferred with mud some wheat dam aged by sprouting Some hay was al so damaged but most of this crop was saved before the rftln set in Only a a fow counties report d Ul8 from excessive rains The corn crop is Improved wonderfully moving up ten points In condi tion during the moiitn79 JulyAugus 89 Prospect for average crop 90 Tin yield of wheat is SO per cent of anav crags crop The berry is good und generally grades No 2 Tin oat croi is a short one only 71 per ceir of an average Bart id also spur 24 per cent and rye 16 ii r cent Pos pect for hemp Is 95 l r cent of uiI average crop The tobacco crop s sort both ii aereiige and eudlL Ta pruqc for an average crop f burloy is 82 per cent and conduit a SO ixr cent Dark prospect 71 pt twut condition 70 ltr cent Thu low cundlUun uf the tobacco crop Is caused tlY late plant Isis and unfavorable wwuher in him Mbfldows pastures and clover tits in Mr condition Tiv outlook rot clover td in the S et1 SKM sun Bidertns tho trouble of s Htlns a stand the last few years The condition of live stock is gun orally good The number of young mules is very much below an aver V age Fallowing for wheat has begun In- jnmiyr counties and will be pushed wautner and other conditions being lm1 table f1 V CENTERTOWN VftiMst 11Dr McKnnty and wife of IuLisvllle tre Pr visiting their fatbe Foster IcK riiy Dr Biker Hardmsburg hf s bought the Do k jt property in twn and will movu ino same soon The LtXdtW Aid SocKny did extra well with thilr ice cream supper Saturday night = o discount existing Miss Ira Shown Itedii sptnt last week here viitlt her aunt Mrs Jennie Davis Tolbort Mllltr LKdu spont Saturday night here vhh Earl Davis and took part in the church supper Slits Wade and ttinf Morgnntown were here last vrc fc visiting their son Lenis Wade Mrs Dan Southard is on the sick listRufus Halls llockpurl has moved Into Allens new house on East Main street 0 M Bishop stet whh a painful accident this week by cutting two of his fingers Robert Durham Cromwell has mov ed here and Is railroading Louis Geiger has bought the Tom Morton properly and will move hero soon Sunday School Items Kvry Sunday School in the Rock Pot Magisterial Dlsuicl J invited to the convention to bo held at tIel1ImI ry Sunday afternoon J too August 1S 1907 Officers are especially asked to conic prepared to givt report of thou success and get help where they have failed Fordsville District meets August 25 atFordsvilleAttendance at till Sunday schools in Hartford on ihu Uth was ISC Num bur absent 431 Number church mem bers absent 3u7 and usually engaged us follows On vacations 30sich ness of self or family 40 Inspecting the railroad 50 hunting boating fishing or playing base ball tennis craps hutch or the Devil 75 Dont want to go nearly all the remainder r fBEDA Aug laRev William filled his regular appointment at Mt Hermon Sunday Mr Robert Davis went Monday morn Ing to work on the new railroad Miss Clara Bennett spent Tuesday with Miss Alberta Greer Messrs Ilarlin Tichenor and Alfred Wallaco worn In this place Sunday 1aftornoun IDr W Crowo Maxwell took with Mr W C Bennett and f family Sunday Mr W Q Parks is having a stock 1 will dug on his farm r Mr J C Ellis Heflin spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs G W Den nette Several from this place attended meeting at No Creek Sunday night e1 Mr Rowan Grcers baby is quite sick 3- rrMr E J Leach Is very busy this week hauling logs t W Mr Roy Her who has been In Illi Lpnola returned home Sunday eo Mr Clarence Shown who Is teach I yt L NN tug at M 1rsSchool house wafnt homo from Friday evening until Ion ditughteDMiss Etta Visited MrsS Belle DavJ s- r Monday r Misses Suslo Wnrnlca and JanleBer nett called to see Miss Hullle Davi Monday afternoon Mrv Marvin Parks went to see hi ofsisterhs Motcn Kino near1 Hart 11 lhYCecil Carson Mr Samuel Williams and family Mrs Susan Carson anti children Mr and Mrs Samuel Oglesby spent Sunday with Mr Joshua Tinsley Miss Mary Dells Rollen visited MIsi Clara Bennett Sunday Miss Ira Shown returned home iron- Centertown Saturday where she hat been visiting relatives for severa 1 days The farmers are busy working Ir I tobacco LIVE TEDY BEAR VISITS PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT Secret Service Men and Stable- Men Join in the Hunt IforBruin Oyster Bay X Y Aug 13A Itvl bear of which no one claims owner ship lots taken up tits honiu in the woods on SagBinnv Hill nut In iho early foggy hours ihis morning he paid a visit to the residence of Pres lists Rooswli The trampling of the underbrush near tho edge of the cleared knoll on which the Presidents summer home is shunted roused the secret service awn Into activity While the sleuths went into the woods the bear came boldly into the clearing When the guard returned to his pos after a vain starch for the cause of the nolso he was givers another scare by hearing scratching un tho roof of n leanto at the rear of tho Presi dents house On the roof went the guardsmen but what he saw caused him to stop and pluck himself and rub his eyes As he was doing this the bear made over the olher side jumped to the ground and rambled oft toward the woods again The secret service men I hastly organized the household dugs and stablemen Into a hunting party For three hours the trout lastedfrom 3 until G oclock but the bear had gotten away His tracks have been carefully guarded and present tho only real evidence to substantiate the storyFor several days those who are frequent visitors to Sagamore Hill have reported hearing the crackle of twigs as they had gone up the road in the Presidents grounds and the belief is now fixed that the bear has been living here for some days Notice To Miners and Farmers We ask oi yon not to buy wagons or buggies rom the HickmanEbbert companyof Owensboro Ky until they reccfenlze the union and employ union men Done by order of the local JOHN WILSON Recording Secretary Echols local No C78 U M W of A U MAGAN Aug 13A large crowd attended the ice cream supper at Pleasant Hill Saturday night Rev Ford of Washington filled Rev Hartfords appointment at Beech Valey and Ralphs Chappie Sunday Mrs Mary Lltsey and ilaughterMIss Coy of Fordsville were the guests of relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday Mr Miller of Breckenrldge spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr J H Miller and family Mr Frank Graham and family of Narrows were the guests of Mr Honda Miller and family Saturday night and Mr Charley Miller and family Sun dayRev F D Baugim and family of Hartford spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at this place Mr B Greer and family Mr and Mrs Coleman Ralph of Owensboro tare visiting relatives at this place Mrs J L Denton and buoy leola are visiting relatives at Henderson Mr James Maddox of Texas was the guest of his sisters Mrs T H Medklff and Mrs eVs Greer last weekMr Wilbur Dever and family of Sunnydale spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives nt this place Miss Lula Mldkiff of Darnett- Creek was the guest of her parents Mr C H Mldkiff and wife Saturday and Sunday Reduction Sale of Hogs To make room for large crop fof pure bred DurocJersey pigs wo will make somo attractive prices on CO head of common hogs consisting of sows and gUts bred and open pigs and shoats Some of the sows are bred to our registered Duroo Jersey boar BARDWELL BARNARD Williams Mines McHenry Ky iHfofclJ W T r J 1i iIi J V I 2t I r J TlJTITLtllL 4 0 I Jr 4 t s A ft COOKING APPARATUSI f 1 lt The Range that stands toff in a class all by itself 44 The Range you cant de + stroy The Range that is E the most economical in con sumption of fuel and the tmost satisfactory in opera= tion The Range that is tcheapest in the long runt We are the Range people ot + of Ohio county v WHY- Wet carry right in stock the best line of Stoves in + all sizes and grades that + the country produces The theseIi jMgI I 1 rprmCTLY SATISFIED IImoreheating tfive years and they cook and operate perfectly the whole ime yu J OUGHT TO BUY YOUR STOVE FROM US t WHY f lifetime of an ordinary stove therepairs jcostVou more than the foriginal stove and if you buy some off brands through ome advertising tnine times out of ten you cant get any repairs at alland if you f 44 can get them the transportation charges costs more than the repairs themselves so you either lose your entire stove in a short time or are 4 compelled to pay double price for repairs BUY YOUR STOVE FROM US 4 and you will know right where you can get any piece you happen to need at a nominal cost E P BARNES BROS Beaver m- 444t444I Jy DRIVEN INSANE BY FEAR OF GODS WRATH Indiana Man Instrumental In r Sending Sister to Asylum Is Now a ManiacI Evansville Ind Aug 14 Fearful that the wrath of God Is upon him be cause he was instrumental in having his sister adjudged Insane and admit I ted to the Southern Indiana Hospital I August Schlensker a farmer living near this city has become a raving i manioc and Is strapped to his bed atI St Marys Hospital A commission including Drs Degley and Rose to day found him Insane and his admix sion to the asylum was ordered Katie Schlensker the sister be came violently Insane two months ago and was a burden on her brothers family Urged by his wife to r have his sister confined in an asylum Sch lensker had her examined by 117 com hospitalsFrom the night his sister left his house Schlensker began to show symp toms of violent grief In the presence of hid wife and children he was prostrated to the floor tearing out hair and calling upon God not tpJpun ish him for the wrong he had done his sister He finally reached such a state of violence that his family fled from the house He was overpowered by neigh bors and taken to St Marys Hospital worse He screams with terror wheti alone In the dark as he declares he ft rr r II IfI G sees his sister being tortured by red devils Schlensker has always been a quiet and intelligent man and a good farmer Hartford College More than seventyfive per cent orI the teachers of this county received their training in this famous old schoo Its students and graduates have won distinction in every honorable occupa tion of man Its growth has been steady Its influence has wideuedand its equipment for doing excellent teach ing is made better from year to year Last years enrollment was the larg est in the history of the school and lit is expected that next years enroll mnet will be even larger Students may enter at any time and are given private assistance when it is needed The First Term begins September 2 1907 Second term begins November i4 1907 Catalogues sent free Address all communications to L I N Gray President Hartford College Hartford Ky BUFORD Aug 13Mr Albert Monarch and wife and Mr John Hussey who have been visiting Mr S J Hussey returned to their homo in Evansvllle the IMiss Early Magnn is attending the and Chautauqua She will t return home the last of the week I Miss Mary Kirk daughter of P Kirk and Mr John Hamblln oI near Hartford were united in bonds of matrimony at Rev JoeA Ben netts at 10 Pm the 3rd Mr Kirk I was oposed to the matchbut has for f I If n t 15 gallons ol water heatdd to the point of boiling whllelmakfasl can be moved away 11 from Ore by shifting the leaver shown r Where pressure water Is used this malleable iron pinextension other supplies abundance of hot water to all parts of the house It takes Place ol reservoir 3L happy life is the wish of their friends Rev O M Shultz our pastor filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday We have culled him againMessrs Oscar Turner R C Hudson and several others are attending the Ohio county association at Rock port this week MrE Ellis of Hartford attended church here Sunday Mr Joe Thomasson and daughter Miss Cora of Heffln attended church hero Sunday and dined at Mr Sam RhoadosMiss Riley of Hartford who has been visiting her uncle Mr Selh Riley has returned home Miss Lola Allen of Andersonville Hr R E Hnleyof Utica Abbie Den HenryMrCharles Salmons and Miss Annie Wright attended church Sunday they all dined at J D Holbrooks Messrs R R Cundlff and S J Hussy went to Hartford Monday Mrs Jim Patton of Globe Arizona is visiting friends timid relatives at Pleasant Ridge and Heflin She will leave for Globe Friday Mr Tilden Wlglngton and family visitingrelnUves at his brother Bens Saturday night his year old baby was taken violently ill there is but little If any change for its recovery RichiMrR P Kirk and wife visited their daughter Mrs John Hamblln near Hartford last Thursday We had a very severe electric and r lI i r f 1 ct IT D RENF W I DENTISTAll work in his line executed by the mos jmproved methods Crown and bridge work a specialty All work nextIHartI ford JAMES C BENNETT P 0 Box 123 Hartford K- yLICENSED M- AUCTIONEER property ble Your patronage solicited rain storm here last Thursday aVA r atitiorso 1nearSundayMr whereheor 4 months v I Ither Mrs Lama Magan and son Owen T I 4