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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f t r cr r Sil 43a r tsi fa r w oj I ttzrtfnrb k tIpnbIkaiT I s Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALLTHPEOPLE 1 OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription J per Yeara XXVOb HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 23 1907 No6il IGN GLASS ENTHUSIASTIC ADDRESS DELIVERED BY AUGUSTUS E WILLSON 1 ipeech VeritableNew Declaiv ation of Independence Meets Temperance Issue in Unmistakable Terms Declaring I in Favor of Sunday Closing The Republican Campaign for State offices was opened at MaysvJllo Monday by tho delivering of a inagnltl cent highclass enthusiastic address by Augustus E W111sori nominee for Governor Maysviilo js the birthplace of Mr Wlllson and his tribute to his homo folks was touching and beauti- fuL He declared that ho came back Just like the boy who goes to the old hone after absence of years lie covered the questions ut issue in the campaign completely und with wonderful grasp of tho details of his subjectJGive usa look at the book is a slogan to which Mr Wlllson gave ut terance and it will be u watchword during tho campaign If you want to be Independant said Mr Willson and have the views of Kentucky re spected elect the Republican ticket State Agent Campaign Manager Press Bureau Henry B Hines was the way in which ho referred to the man who is believed to be responsible for the sending out of the alleged lit erature which proclaims to the world that the millenium has come in the person of the Democratic party and that tho Democrats now In office at Frankfort have given Ute State the best government it has ever experienced Mr Wlllsons speech throughout was of a remarkably high tone Nev er once did he resort to the use of billingsgate His speech was characterized as Kentuckys new declara tion of Independence The address in part is as follows Jhave not come to Maysvllle just to be glad and happy and feel yoking again Every succeeding year brings to each of us new duties and new responsibilities and this year has brought to me a duly which few men are called upon to perform stud which brings with it greater responsibilities than any thoughtful man can lightly dare to take Every man owes his State his people his friend a duty to do his part1n the devel opment of the race in the uplifting of the country and wnilo I cannot tell just how it came to puss that such a noble duty rfs this should have fallen to my lot I received the mes sage and the trust without shrink ing and wlfti no thought except to be useful And helpful to our people to my nfttlve State and to my coun try f Thpre is no part of the green earth where I feel that wrangling dissen sloif quarreling feudSl revillngs criminations and recriminations are more shocking or out of place I long for the time to come when we shall naturally obey the laws re spect each others rights beliefs and faiths and when the rivalry between parties and betwene candidates shall be friendly raceswhere the chief prize la to deserve good will by good works Within my memory the Democrat- Ic party In Kentucky while It hud not a perfect command of reason and wisdom and was not always sure of keeping the ship of state off the rocks was sincere earnest and patriotic in Its wish to serve the State usefully and there were men whose names were justly held in honor in those dayserle though their words sometimes lacked isdom and due caution of speech ifiut times have changde and life Is a different thing especially for good old fashioned Democrat and it has some disadvantages for a Republican f1 do not remember now a single man of the oldtime leaders of Ken tucky Democrats who has any voice today in the management of the State w even of the Democratic party Car lisle and Lindsay have taken refuge Tn New York Jo Blackburn has taken his final stand in the last ditch at Panama by the grace of O Republican President and no thanks to the Democratic party no flowersand Senator McCreary good honest kind sensible old Democrat always devoted to Kentucky and Kentuckians always isconsignedtoioU has come over things crane people w o used to take an ac r t4 live part in all the public and party affairs not only have been disregarded and set aside but they do not even think they have any part 1n choosing the candidates of their party We are treated tore 1 political pol itics in which the combination of men who may not let thdlr right hand know what their left hand doeth but come near enough to It to have a very practical Idea of it have taken possession of the Slate and the Demo cratic party body and britches and divided it up among themselves for their personal private and peculiar enjoyment Gov Beckham took an offlc which lie knew he was not elected to in the rush of1 a fierce storm of passion and held Hand once in power with nil tho influence of that great office tiled it to force his re nomination and reeleclioh and all along the lino wo are treated to the spectacle of a fixed set in a sort of game of progressive politics in tho sense in which they speak of progres slve onchre where the progress is not in general and open to all but consists in moving up the same people without letting anybody else into the gameFor example Governor Beckham began as a member of Leglslatureand then Speaker and then Lieutenant Governor and then Governor and first the death of the Governor and sec ond by election when he had himself chosen and then nominated by the premature primary for United States Senator not that we would complain of so handsome and winning a man being promoted from modest beginnings to noble distinction for that is the klnd of progress than we dangle be fore the eyes of all American boys but then tlieres Judge Hager Coun ty Judge then Treasurer of Kentucky then Auditor of Public Accountstheu nominated for Governor at the primed primary he isnt running for Sena tor now but we may expect it in four years from now unless the machine sets the clock back more than eighteen months for the next primaryAnd then theres Mr Bosworth I dont just exactly recollect where the drill first dropped his kernel of corn but I suppose he was sheriff or something like that and then he was nominated for Treasurer and then just naturally got the stillborn pri marys nomination for Auditor of Public Accounts If this progressive game goes on I suppose we can look for him to be nominated for Governor next and ttuu for Senator even if ho has to use his influence with the Slate Committee two or three years ahead of the elec tion now dont think I have any idea of arguing against mens being pro moted by reason of showing their ca pacity for useful work Most men who have become distinguished have come up Just that way But these fine fruits dont happen on every tree nor happen every day and when a whole bunch of them keep happening together and follow exactly the same steps the doctrine of chances lends some doubt to the providential charac ter of the development and gradually breeds the suspicion that human scheming and endeavor have taken the trouble of arranging these things out of the hands of Providence GRANDSTAND PLAY It is a remarkable grandstand play the sudden awakening of Gov Beckham and Auditor Hager to an intense desire for a fair election and to a serious rebuke about frauds on electionday Gov Beckham took John Marshalls office when ho was never elected to it and he used the power of the peoples Governor to force his renomi nation for Governor and to secure his election and as his term passed on he used his power as Governor to give places and arouse hopes of places to make over the State Central Commit tee and when he hid reconstructed it to suit his purposes ho caused it to call a primary for tho nomination- o a State ticket a year and a half t1llrimarytaking his pains that the decision by the Democrats should bemde while hd was in full power as Governor and Mr Hager in full power as Auditor to rotate Mr Hager from Auditor to Governor and Mr Beckham from Nov ernor to Senator by the unscrupulous use of the power given them to serve thepeopleMr illustrates the Beckham Continued on eighth page I i II OHIO COUNTY TEACHERS MEET Organization Promptly Effected on Time Large Enrollment With Very I Few Veterans Among Them The Ohio County Teachers Institute convened at Court Hall HartfordI Monday morning under most flatter orilnlaadorIbeing oxofficio Chairman Immediately after organization Supt DoWeese announced that enrollment was In order Secretary Edge was in a few minutes smiling right and left as the many beautiful lady instructors pressed forward to have their names entered on the roster They were fol lowed by a fine array of young men with here and there a middle aged veteran who has given years to the cause of education Thu enrollment is as follows- G N Cox J C Park C E Allen A E Ellis H H Davis W F Ander son S C Taylor J A Rhoades Ar thur Kirk J C Johnson H E Brown Charles L Taylor Will S Taylor Webb Williams Willie Clark Otis White O N Stewart C K Carson Birch Shields Earl Smith E S Howard W P Griffith Frank Moseley Wayne Midklft A J Bur dett O D Carson A C Baughn Logan Autry Ellis Sandefur O W Wallace E W Magan Clyner Hicks Loney Taylor G W White A P Boswell H T L ach Elmer indefur Avcrelt Liles Isaac Christian N B White J C Lawrence Aruye Brown May Mills Lulu Midkiff Iva Cum mings Ida Lambert Anna HoogeMn rie Austin Ornly Watson Jessie Raley Bessie Raley Lena R Miller Ella L Norris Mamie Shown Annie Dan iels Verna Magan Grace Whltting hill Helen Whittlnghill Cooda Fuqua Alta Likens Mattie Moseley Allle Fielden Lillian Monroe Stella Dun iels Eva Martin Emma Wright Irene Miller Ruth Hammons Mrs Annie Owen Mrs Cova Henry Annie Car ter Ola Hoover Flaudie Davis Rase Turner Nannie Moseley Myrtle Wil hams Pearl Tinsley Katie Simpson Dora E Gibson Georgia B Larkin Clara Crabb Mattie Ticlienor Irene Whilllnghlll Minnie Renfrew Eva Ragland Mrs Nora Massie Rosa Ber ryman Georgia Heavrln Mrs J A Wedding Mrs Mary White Mamio Crowder Clara Ford Emma Axton Ella Voiles Eva Gentry Mary Wil con Lillian Patterson Corn Smith Forest Calhoun F T Shultz Owen Ambrose Tom Hamilton Scott Ambrose Joe Bennett Frank Hamilton T J Edge Clarence B Shown Mar vin Black J T Hongland Clarence James Oscar Wllsan H C Crowder M A Embry L L Embry Vernon Crowder Ira Plummer Jesse Ford Jarrette Loyd W R Carson V B Patterson L N Gray Ronda Wade O W Edge Ira Howard J A Byers J W Petty Oscar Overhults Ozna Shultz Young Men Scraps Negro Thomas Worf and Morgan Skaggs went to Haytl Sunday and while there became Involved in a fight withWash Duncan of color During the row Wash was struck over the head with a beer bottle making an ugly wound Skaggs was also wounded by a bad cut across his hand Wash repaired to his residence to get his shot gun and before he returned it is said Wort and Skaggs concluded that as they were not armed it would be best to return to town which they did it is said in double quick time Wash Duncan went before Judge W B Taylor and made affidavit and a writ was Issued charging them with wounding with Intent to kill They entered their appearance and waived the examining trial As another re sult of the scrap Wash Duncan was arrested on a writ charging him with selling liquor without license He was tried on the charge before a jury in Judge Taylors Court Wednesday which resulted in a hung jury Death of Mrs George Barnes August 18 1907 at her home in Beaver Dam Ky Mrs George H Barnes gently fell asleep in Jesus What a wave of sadness and gloom swept over that town and community when neighbor whispered to nigh i t r bar Mrs Barnes is deadj The whole place was stirred Everywhere were told her acts of loving kindness her noble deeds of Christian charity Mrs Barnes was a woman of strong Igqprjas the consummation of her life work provesthe rearing of a family of noble educated Christian men and women Her illness was not long and she expressed a desire for relief If her usual activity and interest In the couldbethYend should come quickly Mrs Barnes Is survived by her hus bau1three sons and five daughters Edward P Byron and George JrMrs Shelby Taylor Mrs Leslie LeachMrs Lizzie Taylor and Misses Emma and Bessie Barnes Services were held in the lurch at Beaver Dam by her pas tor Bro Lewisasslsted by Bro Banter The Interment was in the Gosh en cemetery Monday afternoon J REPUBLIGAMS WILL HOLD MASS CONVENTION Will Choose Candidate for Jail- eri on September 16 1907 The Republican Executive Commit tee for Ohio county in pursuance to call met at the court house In Hart ford last Saturday The principal pur pose for which tho committee was called was the fixing of time and manner of choosing a candidate for jailer to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Jailer Oscar Midkiff There was spme difference of opin ion among the members of the commit tee us to the manner of choosing the candidate It was decided however after different modes had been discussed to havo u mass convention at Harlford Saturday September 16 This is the first time in years that a mass convention has hen called to nominate a Republican candidate for office in this county The plan is fair to all except that it gives the people living near Hartford an ad vantage over those living at a dis tance This phase of the matter was fully discussed and committeemen from the remotest precincts were as a rule more insistent for a mass conven tion Tho committee also elected Coun ty Attorney Ernest Woodward chair man and C E Smith secretary of the campaign committee Death of Mrs F W Pirtle Mrs F W Pirtle died at her home Wednesday morning at 9 oclock af ter several months Illness from or ganic heart disease Although there were no hope for her recovery she died unexpectedly leaving just par taken of nourishment Mrs Pirtle was a noble christian woman devot ed wife fond and loving mother She was the mother of twelve children ten of whom survive her tier hus band Mr F W Pirtle is one of tho best known and most highly respected citizens of time county He and the surviving children have the deep sympathy of a host of warm friends She was a consistent member of the M E church South at this place and her funeral was conducted at the family residence yesterday after noon at 230 oclock by her paslor Rev J A Lewis after which the interment took place at Oakwood Notice- As Monday September 2 is labor day the Committee of Miners and Farmers have taken advantage of same and made arrangements for a meeting of the Industrial Cooperative Association Same to bo held in the beautiful grove at Williams Mines Come out everybody and bring well filled baskets Among the features of the day will be speeches made by the best speakers obtainable There will be two balloon asscntions one in the morning and one in tho after noon Other enjoyments will be sack foot egg and potato races There will be a march led by the A S of Ffc and U M W of A time former will march with tobacco sticks on their shoulders while the latter will use picks for said purpose The best of music will be furnished and good order main tained during the entire day Come early and avoid the rush There will also be an abundance of ice water on the ground Given under my hand as Secretary the Industrial Cooperative Associa lOt this 21 day of August 1907 CHARLES Wv MULLIKIN t NEW MAIL ARRANGE MENT NO GOOD The New Plan Gives Only Two Mails Between Hartford and Beaver Dam Last week we published an article commending the new system of mails for Hartford Wo wish to withdraw everything we said Tim new arrange men is no good with strong empha sis Instead of it furnishing conven inc a such na were accredited to it it is a great hinderance to prompt transmission of all mills going out from Hartford and most of them coating in mire delayed sometimes one sometimes two and sometimes three and four hours It has been explained that the change was made for the purpose of procur hag the afternoon Louisville papers in time for thorn to be taken out on the rural routes time day they reach Hartford If this is the excuse for the change it seems to be a rather flim sy one The Louisville afternoon pa pers are not so indispensable to the people that they will consent to a delay of all other mull In roder to get them the morning after publication Our statement that the new arrange ment would enable us to get the Re publican to a great number of our readers at an earlier hour proves to be as much at variance with tho true facts as any portion of our statement Postmaster Heavrin informed us that wo could send mail going from Horse Branch towards Owensboro on the early nand and it would be taken up at Horse Branch by the early train and distributed along the route It develops that such is not the case the arrangement being different from his first information Another hinder ance to us Is that tho early malls leav inr Hartford at 3 oclock a ni do not deliver or receive mail from the Beaver Dam postofflce Hence our papers going to Beaver Dam and rural routes Cromwell Taylor MinesPrcn tis and Select if carried by regular mail would not leave here until 11 oclock n m and of course would not reach patrons on rural routes and post offices named excepting Beaver Dam until Saturday whereas they have here ButIby tho courtesy of the Beaver Dam postmaster in arranging to open early this fault will hereafter be remedied These faults can be remedied by restoring our former mall system with a provision for another mail leaving Hartford at 10 oclock a m This we can hove if time people demand it It would be nothing more than justice and tho people should resent the at tempt of some uniformed postal In spector to fasten on them such a tacky arrangement for receiving and sending out mall FOR THE BUSY READER An explosion of dynamite in u Chi nesu mines near Fangtee resulted in the death of two Germans and 103 Chinamen S Three registered mail sacks con taining about 0000 were stolen fron a Burlington train between Denver and Oxford Neb The report of the rural free delivery service for the month of August shows that there wore in operation on July 30th 37730 routes 5 Admission is made that the city of New York Is hard pressed to pay its bills duo to the present tight money market and a consequent Inability to dispose of city bonds S John D Rockefeller will receive 73 95 from the United States as his witness fee for testifying in the recent hearing before Judge Landls in Chicago S Former Circuit Judge James P Tar vin of Covlngton and Louisvillodled suddenly In Cleveland 0 of asthma Ho was on his way to a health resort and was stopping over in Cleveland when stricken S Former Mayor Paul C Barth of Louisville committed suicide Wednes day at his place of business by fir ing a pistol shot through his brain Worry over the constant nagging of his political enemies is giving by his friends as the cause of the deed 1 Charles Jones a negro charged with murdering two white men and throwing I their bodies into the Cumberland I river was given an examining trial at Tompklnsvllle and held without bond He protests that ho is Innocent and the evidence against him is the state mont of a negro roustabout- S Sitting at Lexington Judge W B Moody special Judge in tho cases against the men charged with the mur del of Dr B D Coxdecllncd to grant the motion to remand the cases to Breathllt county and set the hearing for August 26 at Sandy Hook Elbert Hurgls Bill Brit ton and John Abnur tho defendants filed an affidavit charg ing Floyd Byrd and T P Cardwell with forming a conspiracy to have them murdered during a trial at Jackson Nay Ride The following young people matin up a hay ride party o Bluck Hocker Bluff Wednesday Misses Annie Eliza Keown Alma Riley Alice Keown Ruth Riley Mary MarksSnrah Keown Bessie Collins Flora Taylor Ozona Moseley Alice Taylor and Fern Curtis Messrs Sydney Williams Ney Foster Raymer Tlnsley Douglas Fe lix Tremble Pendleton William Wlck liffe Byron Foster McHenry Holbrook Conner Ford Roy Bennett Frank Foreman and Seth RIleyThe party was chaperoned by Mrs A S Yew ell and Miss Cassie Riley Tax Notice Sheriff R B Martin has received certificate from Auditor Hager of the amount of taxes due from Ohio county and is now ready to receive taxes tf Republicans of Ohio County I am a candidate for Jailer of Ohio county and respectfully ask you to carefully consider my claims before voting In mass convention Friday Sep tember 16 1907 Of course you under stand that owing to the short time no sort of a canvass can be made for I t119 nomination yet think it proper to go after a thing that you want in a legitimate and honorable way and but for tho serious illness of my wife who has had typhoid fever for nearly seven weeks and Is as yet very little Improved demanding my constant uitomleucc at her bed side I would bore as many of you as possible with the same old story I trust however thut I am sufficiently known by Ohio county Republicans having served one term as Assessor and made a canvass for County Court Clerk In 1904 If I have opposition I trust it can be said of us as committeemen Ham ilton said of all we boys in 1904 that he had never heard one candi date speak ill of another I trust youll sleet In every precinct In the county and while this announcement is all the effort I can make to secure the nomination for reasons above stated but If you see fit to glvo the nomination to me I shall make an active canvass and do all 1 hon orably can to win handsomely at the polls Very truly yours G D ROYAL I SOAP VALUE The wrapping on fifty per cent of the toilet soaps sold costs as much as the soap itself True soap value is not generally considered SoapJnatead REXALL TOILET SOAP is a purely vegetable oil soap made from the finest material and contains abso lutely no free alkali to dry up and wither the skin Its delicate perfume is pleasing to persons of refinemen- tIt gives you the purchase money in Soap Put up in plain blue wrap ping paper Three cakes in a box loc per cake three cakes for 250 James H Williams The Store t HIt r S D w J Fi I + r PM 5 lA I 7 1 t l If J i ivT J I jf r+ J1 2 1 4 I I COUNTYIA I RI- HI HARTFORD Y i- I September II 12 13 nd 14th 1907 Something for everybody io learn Something that will interest and instruct you The finest Horses in the State of Kentucky will be ex 7 hibited on this grand occasion A profusio of everything from Garden Farm and Dairy An aesthetic display of Art Needlework Painting IThere will be exciting ttunnifjg Trotting and Pacing Races each day increased premiums Enlarged purses Bigger better grander iIIthan ever before A great display off Cattle Sheep and Swine You will see the best strains of Poultry of all k1ndson exhibition there Many amusements to please patrons Gorgeous and beautiful dIsplay oHrUlts Flowers and Vegetables Excltmg nmg Races each day by the a best horses ever seen in this section of the country 4 3 4 = REDUCED RATES ON ALL THE RAILROADS 2 = AU Shows That Usually Co With FirstClass rFairsA= NO DISCOUNTS ON FLORIAL HALL PREMIUMS WOMEN AND CHILDREN ADMITTED FREE FIRST DAY = A Large and Commodious Dining Han 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 For Premium List prod Other Information Apply to 4- f ROWAN HOLBROOK Pres R E LEE SI1MERMAN Sec 5 aj aaaaaaaaaailaailailailaaaa2 GERMS IN ORDINA RYJODSE DUST Dangers of Unsanitary Dusting Sweeping and Cleaning of Residences Unhygienic ways or swe plng and dusting are uiuiuestionnbly responsible for many different Illnesses for germs are in dust and dirt These Instead of being laid carefully arty agitated by broom and feather duster and find thoir way to throats and no sesIf cleaning wore done wllh a little care there would be no trouble of this kind and a recent medical con vention in England has not consider ed it beneath professional dignity to give housekeepers and uudds some general directions when it comes to housecloaning To say that such a matter is more important at one stag of the weather than at another would be more or loss ridiculous but it is true that one is more susceptible to germs fn summer than in winter and that no pains should ho spared in the exhausting heat 10 kep household conditions san- Itary and fresh The directions given by the meet- Ing of physicians are so practical and simple that I am giving them precise ly They are worth following and in no way increase the work of cleaning Vhen you sweep a room raise as little dust as possible because this dust when breathed irritates the noso and throat and may set up catarrh Some of it readies the lungs making part of them black and hard and useless If the dust In the air you breathe contains the germs of con sumption tubercle bacilli which have como from consumptives spitting on the floor you run tho risk of getting consumption yourself To prevent making a great dust In swiping use moist sawdust on baro floors When the rooms is carpeted inoifitcn a newspaper and tear It in to small scraps and scatter upon the carpet when you begin sweeylng As you sweep brush the papers along by the broom they will catch most of the Must and hold it fast just as tho sawdust does on baro floors Do not have either the paper or tho sawdust dripping wet only moist I In dusting a room do not use a f feather duster because tails does not remove the dust from the room but only brushes it into the nil Use soft Idry cloth to dust with and shake them A Vt frequently out of for wrfiuinv or use slightly mulKfctJKrf ttotfia mind rinse them out in under when you have finished In this ntj yt n get the dust out of the room tIWmblr that dust settles upon the tlioor as well as on the fnmilur and is stirred into the air liy walJins across the floors You tan tasty remove all this dust ia room whfah have bare floors Ja Jmues storey auojjB school rooms etcraflzr the dust has set mOIlIr a CASTORIAPor Tbi Kind You Have J wjs Bought Bears the- 81gnature of r Land Tor Sale Fiftyfour Acres gJJd lirmlng land for sale one mile from Hartford on pike Wjll go tit a hargain I F 31 WI23TERFIELD The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease pcwraillri In thh country most dangeront iisezase so decep s Many suddet Srifare caused b I as Heart disease paettmonla hear Earor apoplexy zr often the recur Illf Kidney disease II iMegtrouble is at toced to advance the fnejrpo 13 0 nee iSiad will attack the itisc organs or the kidneys themselves treat chain and waste away cell by cell Bladder trouble most siways result from a derangement of ths kidneys and a cure 12 obtained quickest by a roper treatment oi the kidneys If you ass beefing badly you can make no inlstaks 3y ttunfr Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the pelt lidney liver and remedyIt SsiaM urine and scald ing pain In passing It zmf overcomes that unpleasant ncccsltycf being compelled to manytimesextraordinary effect of StumpRoot Is soon realized stands ths incest for its won derful cures of the most fcessfng cases SwampRoot is pleaszs to take and sold by all druggists In Cftycsat and onedollar nayhavethis wonderful new dis covery and xbook that tells all about h both yonwefBwwiipRoot sent free by rotllAdoVtssDr Kilmer Co Binghamton K Y Wfcss writing mention reading thin genirctrscEsr SB tits paper Dont make anymlrscke but remember tho name SwmapRax Dte Kilmers SwampRoat cad aiSsesB Binghamton N Y oa mtrTmic DAY NAPPING ON THE FLOOR Knowledge in How to Rest is Necessary in Hot Weather A knowledge of how to rest will bo a saving of many 111 attacks in hot weather One might think that each Individual would know the hest way for her to find repose but I havo seen so many women ling ton selves down to rest in summer or winter for that matter with all their clothes on necks bound In tight col relllI ize comparatively few have even a notion of how to relax body and mind Resting is a science and to do it so that one will be refreshed It Is neC- essary to completely relax There will be little or no renewal of strenght If the nerves and brain work like mad during the rest Three things essential to repose are light garments one is enough during this season quiet and a subdued light 1legmmIlis lost and twenty minutes used in this way are worth hours of down without relaxing- A lyingI woman who is at home all may take such rest at any time she chooses to arrange her household- affairs for that purpose but for a bus iness woman it is different Yet she steeds it tumid 1 wish all would try using a half hour in this way when they come home from a day down town particularly when the summer heat has been exhausting To begin the rest first remove all the clothes one has worn during the tiny and If possible take a shower bath Failing this a sponging in cold water a real sponging not a bath Is sufficient mid then don a thin dressing gown No mat tor how small the apartment there must be one room Into which a person can go to be quiet old there she should hide hers If If a woman can lie on the floor comforts I bly she will find this the toplest willfwantit The Taft Candidacy r i In his letter of July 29 OIrefrainalto the Presidential nominee 6 next i jjWhen t to I commit ourselves to the candidacy k of Secretary Taft we must do It with the fact in mind that he entertainsI the views he has expressed on the subject and that if we make him our candidate the campaign must necessi ty be a campaign for a revision down ward of the tariff schedules under broughtluniversal prosperity I I By a vote of 15 to 6 the committee disregarded this wise counsel and proceeded to declare in favor of the Taft candidacy The unwisdom of thus ad vertising to the country the existence of a strong minority in opposition to that candidacy will probobly become apparent later on As to the unwis tom of pressing for the nomination of a candidate pledged to an Immediate downward revision of the Tariffthat remains to be demonstrated It would be a curiosity in politics to find the two parties in full agreemnet on the dominant issue both being committed to a reformation of the Tariff both bent upon reforming more or less of Protection put of the Dingley law both fully resolved upon bringing In another disastrous ern of Tariff dis turbance Yet that is what would hap pen in the event of the nomination next year of Mr Taft upon an im nimedlate Tarlf revision platform American Economist Hows ThisfWe offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hals Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co ToledoO IVe the undersigned have known F Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfctly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm Waldlng Kinnan Mar vln Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system perlbottle stipationIBear theTheKind You Have Always Bought Signature xX the Government Short There Is a dearth of stenographers throughout the countryeven the United I States Government Is unable to pro em ervall toned Tile Business Uni 81outer e It gets many times more calls lor- them than1t can supply Stenography lis an uncrowded vocation j r i Ohio County Supply Co E I I rported 4Hartford Ky f Hardware Machinery and all Kinds f i of Farming Implements Ifi bfiWe carry a canplete line of Buggies and Surreil When you S buy a Buggy you do not want to make a mistake In material and = workmanship We handle only the best makes and m ijAgent4Q and Mollno with all repairs for same tfc A full line of fence wire Steel and Felt Roofing Myers Deep fo44 Well Pumps Cultivators Disc Harrows and Drills Also all kinds lJI I of Field Seeds i cfi We handle the following well known brands of Wagons Mitchi= ell Mogul Blount and Owensboro Also Deering and Milwaukee i cfi Harvesting Machinery c cfi We sell the best Gasoline Engine on the market and Corn it Crushers and Meal Mills to i connect with same Lawn Mowers fi blcallZ cfi hq + ttt MYId Id T1 ++ + ft oft +++ + + ++ + + + of THE KENTUCKY j Light and Power Co I INCORPORATED j J1 WILL WIRK YOUR iiOR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD 11 WHENINIJRE MIHEAVRIN Manager i I i t t 1 PNTRHLGUFR RILLA CHIEF UVING History Says Famous Guer cilia of Civil War is Dead Former Foe Recoenizes Him in a ft trapper in Timber Fields oiYanconver Island DIll Qutmlrjell leader of Quuntrells guerrillas in the Civil War who nq cording to history died of wounds at a Kentucky hospital after his raiders wert cut up Is alive and resides at CJuatsino on the northwest const of Vancouver Island under the mane of John Sharp according to a number vof people who huve conversed with l him Ji E Duffy a prominent tlmbormiin who recently became Interested in the timber lund at Quatslno recognized John Sharp who is over 70 wiry and gray as Quanlroll Duffy having been a member of the Michigan troop of cavalry which cut up Quantrells force He stated to Duffy that he was correct in his recognition Sharp said he hud been left as dead and Instead of dying of his wounds at Louisville as history recorded had taken a horse ridden many miles and Disappeared He made his WhY to Soutr America living a number of years In Chile whence he went to Texas where hu engaged in the cattle business making considerable money which he exhausted Then he went to Oregan where he punched cows and drove cattle over the mountains From Oregan he came to BrltislCo lumbia nearly two decades ago and en gaged in logging at different camps of the Northeus coast of Vancouver Is land until ten years ago when he be came a trapper of the Northern coast Six or seven years ago he went to Quatslno where he was made car curer at the West Vancouver mines c When J E Duffy landed at Quatslno from the steamer Tees he met John Sharp on the bench at Coal harbor Duffy looked the old mater over and said Is that you Quantrell you old rascal Come into the house said Sharp and for some hours the two men talk ed Sharp stating he was In reality Quantrell mid he talked at length of the ruides In Kansas and elsewhere and eagerly Istened to Duffys tales from the point of view of the cavalrymen in the Union army Sharp was most keenly Interested In the story of the cutting upofhit bnndund when his narrator told of how forty men had keen killed tears roll td down the old mans checks R E Montgomery who Is engaged in business at Quatsino at Ft Worth and N I Berg Postmaster at Quatisno are two others to whom Sharp hum stated identity as Quantrell I might as well admit it Sharp told both It seems that I cannot hide the fact Tho story the old man told to till informant of theAssociated Press was that when his hand had been cut up he had been jlayonntHl in the chest and had a billft wound through tin shoulder Tjio surgeon who looked him over diagnosed that he could not live more tluin a couple of hours and he had bern left so that others with more chance of recovery could be attended to by the overworked surgeons While they tended the others l1e got up despite his wounds and dlsappwir ed That night he says ho rode sever l ty miles He then took flight to South America Neighbors got Fooled I was mterly coughing myself to death and lead become too weak to leave my bed and neighbors predicted that I would never leave it alive but they got fooled for thanks bo to God I was Induced to try Dr Kings New Discovery I took Just four one dol lar bottles to completely euro the cough and restore mo to good sound health writes Mrs Eva Uncapher of Grovertown Stark County Ind This King of cough and coltF cures and healer of throat and lungs ia guaran teed by all druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottle free m Bride is no Barber Frank Brodlin of 216 East Eighth street New York threatened to shootMs bride of three days Sophie this morning because she refused to shave him and Magistrate Whahle In the Harlem police court decided that for the next six months Brodlin would be shaved by the prison barber on Blackwells Island Capt Martens of the East Eighty eighth street station was appaled to by Mrs Brodle who asked that a policeman be sent to the house to take charge of her husband who seemed to be a maniac She said he was flourishing u big revolver and threatened to blow her brains out un less she gave him a nice clean shave Policeman Lustatter was sent to the house He found Brodlin in a spit of pink pajamas lying in bed with his face all lathered for shay lug and a revolver in his hand vvSbiypu wants ashaVe do you fI 4- r y i It You Recd JJiiwill be to leimibVt thYlltnc tneaf cal writer and teachers of all the several schools of practice recommend in the strongest terms possible each and every Ingredient entering Into the oompoeition- bf Dr Pierres Golden Medical Discovery for the cure of weak stomach dyspepsia catarrh of stomach liver complaint torpid liver or bowel affections and all catarrhal diseases of whatever region name or nature It Is also a s lficremedT for all such chronic or Jongstandlng cues of catarrhal affe- ctigfeand militants as bronchial lung disease except consump tion accompanied with severe coughs It Is not eo good colds an coughs but for or chronic cases It Is especially efficacious In producing perfect cures It contains Cherrybarlt Golden Seal root Bloodroot Stone root t Mandrake root and Queens rootall which are as remedies for all the above mentioned affections by such eminent medical writers and teachers as Prof Bartholow ofJefferson Mod Cole lege Prof Ilarev0f the Unlr of Pa Prol Flnle M D of Bea nett Med College Chicago Prof John JohnMEdwin M of Hahnersan Med Cfntmf Chicago and scores of othe eminent ia their several sch practice oTe a e Ii 1b- r s s or- re w an city 0 ormu a I e possible guaranty of Its merits A glance at this published formula will show that Golden Discovery contains no poisonous harmful or no alcohol chemically triplerefined glycerine being used Instead Glycerine is unobjec tionable and besides Is a most useful agent In the cure of all stomach as well as bron chial throat and lung affections There Is the highest medical authority for Its usoin all such cases Tho Discovery Is a extract of native rellablOoIAdients mailed free on request Dr R V Pierce asked the hluecoat I No no was the reply of Broil lin who wits surprised by the appear ance of the policeman I was just soaping my face and was going to wash It when you came in What you need said the police man a rough message and I will give it to you unless you put up that I gunIlin dropped the gun and hastly wip ed the lather off his face Then he dressed and went to the station house In court Mrs Brodlin said they hind been married but three days and as she was not a barber she evidently j was not fitted to make her husband happy She said she mot Brodlin I July 1 and he proposed marriage at j once She gave him 200 in money a gold watch and n suit of clothes after which he tried to get out of marrying her But she hind him in I court land they wore married by an alderman She said he insisted on I Mr jshayj Jlllu each morning and she couldnt do it In default of 1000 to keep the pence for six months Magistrate i I Wahle sent him to the island for that I period tool We never repent of eating little was one of the ten rules of life of Thomas Jefferson of the United States and the ruleap plies to every one without exception during this hot weather because it i is hard for food even in small quantities to be digested when the blood j I Is at high temperature At this sea son we should eat sparingly and properly j We should also help the stom ach as much as possible by the use of a little Kodol For Indigestion and Dyspepsia which will rest the stomac j by digesting the food Itself Sold by j all druggists mi McKinley on Customs Admlnis tratlon President McKinley not long before his death said to Mr John P Young I managing editor of the San Francisco Chronicle I regard till rigid enforcement of the provision of the Administration act of being the chief buttress of the Protective system No noun who believes in Protection that Protects holds any other view of the vital importance of maintaining safeguards against tho unfair and fraudulent competition which conies through the undervaluation of Im ports The pity of the present situa tion is that William MoKinleys view does not now control administrative action In this regard i John Rlha a prominent dealer of Vlning Ia says I have been selling DeWltts Kidney and Bladder Pills for about a year and they give better I satisfaction than any pill I ever sold Therarea dozen people here who have fused them and they give perfect satisfaction in every Case I have used them myself with fine results Sold by all druggists m UNIQUE OPERATION r UPON LARGE ARTERf Twenty Feet of Silver Wire Used in Sewing up a ans7f1 Aorta Nature and a sliver wire twenty feel long have saved the life ufFrcil Wll llama at the end of one of the muss remarkable operations on record11- was performed upon Williams In life MedlcoChlrurglcal Hospital by prft1- H Mann The arola is the great phrent trunk which blood Is dls rlr oDbuledarteries which run to nil parts of tie body An aneurism JSa thickening fct the walls of a blood vessel It arises frequently as a consequence of rhcu madam and figures largely as a cause of death in the vital statistics of every city The usual treatment for an eurism is the rmoval of the affected portion of tho blood vessel and the tying of the free ends of the artery When this hue been done a compensatory circulation Is set up by the blood vessels near the one that has been removed and no serious results fol low In the case of an enruelsm of time aorta however such an operation iff impossible No artery or series of arteries can do the work of the great blood canal The only thing to be done in such a case is to strengthen the artery wall and let nature do the restWilliams who is thirtynine years old and a man of immense vitllty several months ago noticed a swelling on his breast and went to a hospital for treatment The y ung resident surgeon looked at it critically and loa1the lump Hold on there cried Williams I dont want any operation yet It was lucky he stayed the young surgeons hand Had he not done sot seems certain death would have re sulted almost immediately The sufferer went to the Medico Chirurglcal Hospital After several lays of preparation he was played upon the operating table without havj lug been etherized A hollow needle was plunged into the aorta and through this the silver wire was fed from a spool The wire was about as thick as a No 60 cotton thread There was little pain and Williams bided the surgeon by his stoicism v Go as for as you like doctor he said as the operation wins begun Tilt blood pressure had been reduced to the minimum by n long stay in bed willlWIlSoiled Itself closely In the form of a j cylinder which fitted exactly the In ncr surface of the affected part rillnl lilllt11woundThe process that was then set up in i the weakened part was this T ltIblood clotted over the wires und ganlzed a new wall strengthening by the rheumatic growth The elficaj cy of this organization upon the general condition of the patient and the quality of his blood The operation upon Williams was performed two months rigor Last week he came into the hospital with blood trickling from a pinpoint hole In his chest Again he was placed upon the operating table The blood was found to be coming from awound which ploI truded the Up of the silver wire With infinite care the whole strand was token out I Then to the amazement of every body the bleeding stopped There Is every indication Williams is now absolutely well and that the new inner coating of the aorta is sufficiently strong to reinforce the weakened tis sue that lies outside it I feel as well as I ever did In my i life and work every day wlMuwt fatigue said Williams today Phila delphia Dispatch to New York rossweetlandWith dimples on her arms Once she was EO thin and cross used to cry with pain Mother gave her Cascasweetnow shes well again Sold by all drug gists m Tariff as ra Democratic Asset As the Presidential campaign draws nearer the demand on tho part of cer ccrtaln Democratic leaders for a Tariff revision issue becomes more insistent oooeIc4oZConsumption is leIS deadly than it used to be jj Certain relief and usually complete recovery 0 will result from the following treatment V Hope rest fresh air andScottsE- mufsion r ALL DRUGGISTS 500 AND 100 +tQt + oOOOtQiOOiftQtO oatQt H would btj refreshing to see theI Democratic parly take hold of u jjlou with which its mane has blqueHI closely coupled in the past Philadelphia Ledger in discussing I vthe Tariff Jt found success wlh lIe leaders6n this plalfofin in other years when economic conditions were nut unlike those which prevail today partuceteded i bare but that time is pot fao far in the I j1ast Unit the people forgotten the outcome Tho success ender when tho Democrats took office The Democratic Party then showed its weal ness as a party of construction Favored interest had no difficulty In securing the Protection they wanted In a low Tariff act So Inconsistent were the schedules stud so unfair was the whole bill that the Democratic President would not sign II bU811tllssMl the success of the Democratic party at that time Wages were re duced mills were closed and labor or galnzallons petitioned Congress to let the Tariff alone The glib sage of Lincoln Nebras ka as the Ledger calls Mr Bryan undoubtedly has this picture before him and believes that even a platform for a candidates third campaign should be built of stronger material Albany JoUlJUIIiA Valuable rOISix years ago I learned a valuable I lesson writes John Pleasant of Magnolia Ind I then began Dr Kings New Life Pills and the lonperI I take them the better I find They please everybody Guaranteed at j all drug sores 25c mI WHITES PARTNER WillI MARRY HIS WIDOW i Rumor bas it That Wedding Will Take Place When Harry Thaws Fate is Settled New York Aug laThe World says Mrs Standford White and her late husbands partner Charles Fol ten McKim art reported to be on gaged to marry and the wedding will i take place according to persistent ru nor as soon as the fate of Harry K Thaw arrested for the murder of I the architect Is settled Mrs White Is now traveling in the tooth of Frantic1 and Mr McKIni is In Scotland They will return about the j end of this month j While admitting that they huvei heard the report relatives of Mr Whites declare they do not know whether It Is true Mrs Wetherall her sister whose place adjoins the country home of the widow at St Tames L I said that the story load reached her on several occasions hut that she had no word directly from her sister 1 should he the first to know of her decision one way or another she saidIAsked If her words meant that Mr McKim had proposed to Mrs White and that un answer had not been giv en him Mrs Wetherall said You know how kind friends al ways pick out n husband for a widow Really 1 do not know whether slit Is going to marry Mr McKim or not After the death of Mr White last year Mr McKim who is the head of the firm of McKim Mend White architects showed In numerous ways his deep friendship for the widow He was her business counsellor and personal adviser in all things When the White art treasures were to be sold Mr McKim and Mrs White se lected those pieces to be put under the hammer and those to he retained It was Intimated then that the two se lected mummy objects which were to be the nucleus of another collection Mr McKim frequently visited Mrs White at St James anti later when she went to Cambridge to be near Lawrence White her son who Is in Harvard the architect visited her there Mr McKim is sixty years old and Mrs White is about fortyfive She was Miss Elizabeth Smith of Smith town L I before her marriage mud her family is an old one Mr McKim is famous as an archi tect He built the handsome Univer sity Club a pure example of Italian architecture In this city and In Boston his Public Library building Is considered a model His style Is much less showy than was that ofMr White He Is the designer of the new Penn sylvania railroad station which will be the greatest railroad terminal in the world Keep tho pores open and the skin clean when you have a cut burn bruise or scratch DeWitts Carbollz ed Witch Hazel Salve penetrates the pores and heals quickly Sold by all druggists m OA8rOR3AVn You Havs Always Jtoytfit wgait bdp Aof CG llcr The Kia4 Yea Have Always Bought and which has been in see liar rer SO years has borne the signature of has been made under his per Cqand supervision since its infancy no one todeceive you in this All Counterfeit Imitations and Jnstasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health off Infante sad CkiMMa Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA CMtozfe Is a barmleM substitute for Castor Oil Paregorfe Drops sad Seething Syrups It is Pleasant 16 centaBH neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substeaoe Tea age iff its guarantee It destroys Worms and aKcff Fervrishaesc It cures Diarrhosa and Wind Colic Itrelieve Teething Troubles cures Constipation and FZatuIeacy It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomack and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The ChJUrea Faaacea The Mothers Friend CENUJftE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bean the Signature of The ibid You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TIM nwravn m nT tr MUMUY cnwrr rrsm p OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBGTCAN and Louisville Herald 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 250 THE REPUBtccAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUfftccAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBCICAN and Twicea Veek OwensboroInquirer 175 THE RBi u crcAK and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLCCAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPun CCAN and National Magazine 150 THE Ripnwi Av and TaylorTrotwood MagazineN150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Capital Stock 25000 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VoblUbing Company lxcoarousIDJ her C V B4KWETT Mitela K ITU f k r- orlZ2PXCrz8 C bJlaaaatloIa-oLb IRS JgWI4 I FRIDAY AUGUST 2- 3ExaminethelabelonyOUr paper if Its not correct notify us j REPUBLICAN TICKET i For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor WH COX Of Mason County For Attorney GeneralI JAMES BREATHITT- Of Christian County For Auditor FRANK P JAMES Of Mercer County For State Treasurer CAPT ED FARLEY- Of McCracken County For Secretary of State DR BEN L BRUNER Of Hart County For Supt of Public Instruction J G CRABBE Of Boyd County Commissioner of Agriculture Jf M J RANKIN Of Henry County For State Senator J W WRIGHT Of Muhlenburg County For Representative DR J A DUFF Sulphur Springs Precinct I have no patience with those who preach temperance and practice boozeAugustus E Wlllson The only way to renovate the State Asylums and place them above politics is to elect Willson and the Re publican State ticket All my days I have striven sin cerely and faithfully for temperance and I have practiced what I preach ed Augustus E Wlllson I have no record of taking the saloon mens money thousands and thousands of dollars of It too to get Into office and then throwing them downAugustus E Willson The Muhlenberc Argus helped ma terially in the election of Dr James to Congress It is doing all it can for the Republican State ticket this earlIf we only had an Argus in county I am most seriously and unrelent ingly opposed to intemperance wheth er in the man who parades as a temperance reformer or in the victims of the habit of temptation Augustus E Wilson What the Democracy wants is a winner no matter from what section of the country he may cotneHart ford Herald You might have added and no matter what his platform may be Anything 0 Lord to win Strange Franklin and Beckham nev er thought about offering Gov Tay lor immunity to secure his return during seven years and three trials of Powers At this hour It is politi cal buncombe pure and simple No body ts fooled by it Mr Bryan sets a good example by liberally contributing to the Demo cratic campaign fund in Oklahoma and issuing a call upon all Demo crats of the country to do likewise Owenshoro Messenger lint hushdon tell the Hartford Herald It has con sclonclous scruples against knowing of Democratic campaign contribu tions This country will experience a panic within less than a year If this tar iff smashing campaign is kept up in both jKirties If the Republicans nom inate for President a tariff revisionist the panic will como at once and In the unrest which will follow the coun try may turn blindly to the Demo cratic candidate whoever he may be Let the tariff alone Support no man for President who has the tinkering fever I believe that It Is necessary to guard against the great evils which have followed opening the saloons on Sunday when thousands of working men llltralned in selfcontrol and unrestrained by their dally work with their weeks wages in their pockets spend in dissipation thousands of dol lars needed by their wives and fami lies and fill the police courts every Monday Morning with scores of cases costing the Commonwealth hundreds of dollars paid by the tax money of the people Augustus E Willson It is plain to be seen that Bob Franklin and Governor Beckbams a- r1fi T Y jsfK poofter of immunity from ArrW I for exGovernor Taylor fthe iynft It joyfCentuckj and i C- 1s oW rs n trial Is dohejjw vaBipaigavpurposes only JN6 oila Ww understands the primary principal Of criminal law will give any cre tenceto Franklands offer orrpeck 1am8concurrnce therein arf nl 8uc1 persons know that Taylor coul bit ar esled and imprisoned by any one regardless and In spite of Bob Frank linor cries Beckhum X In spite of the great advances made in extending prohibition territory in this country Is seems from a report just issued from the Internal Rev enue office tit Washington that the consumption of liquors during the year from July 1 1906 to July I 1907 Increased over the preceding year 11409252 gallons To those who have been I engaged in an effort to wipe out Its use altogether these figures seem startling The question at once presents Itself to the thinking mind whether the tremendous efforts made in getting laws enacted has been at the expense of moral suasion upon the individual In view of the lack of support or interest in the proposed bond issue for road purposes it Is likely that it will be withdrawn by the Fiscal Court While at the time the order was made there seemed to be a demand among all our citizens Irrespective of poll tics to take some such action for good toads yet there was no petition filed asking such a step and therefore the court may withdraw the proposition and save tho county needless expense It is believed by many that the Na tional government will extend aid to the various States for raod Improve ment at an early day If it Is done the State will doubtless require the various counties to put up a like sum before it can be had This county can then vote bonds and secure enough money to build macadamized roads to such an extent that all the people will derive some direct benefit Notwithstanding all the nice laud plans of Governor ll cl ham to laud himself in the Unied States Senate it is more than an even chance that he will fall He has spent sleepless nights planning Intricate repairs to the machine which Senators Blackburn and McCreary created for him and upon which they were ground to at oms It would be irony of fate should the old thing go wrong at the right time and smash all the dreams of the Governor He was selected in a very questionable primary which many friends of Senator McCreary claim does not bind anyone and now the Republicans are claiming not with out some reason that the land slide which threatens the Democratic State ticket will also carry with it a majority In the General Assembly on joint ballot Should the vote evan be close it would probably eliminate Beckham as it will doubtles include several McCreary Democrats who would never vote for him if there seemed to be a chance to secure his defeat The Hartford Herald carrying out its vindictive and blood thirsty feel ing toward Caleb Powers proceeds to missquote him in reference to tho recent grand stand play inaugurated by lob Franklin and Guy Beckham in promising Goy Taylor immunity from arrest if he would return to Kentucky to testify In his case The Herald says Caleb Powers now wants a pardon Issued to W S Taylor before the latter shall essay to cross over into Kentucky Caleb Powers never suggested such a thing and we defy tho Herald to show it Your little article based upon u miss representations falls flat What Powers did say was that Beckham should promise to pardon Gov Taylor in case he should be arrested A little variation from the paths of truth wont trouble the dreams of the Her aid editors however They belong- to the class happily small and grow ing dally smaller who do not think It possible to misrepresent or lie on I a Republican They belong to that class which believes firmly that Bar InnocentIWe are sorry to note but it is never tho less true that our once supposedly reliable contemporary tblt Hartford Herald has joined heart and hand the various other campaign forces of perversion chicanery and misrepresentation It revels so deep ly in questionable statements and un supported assertions that it finds itself saylnjgFfITho Republican party didnt tOn Sunday closing There is no doubt but that such assertions are feeble attempts to mislead the public For the Republican partys ringing de claration in favor of prompt and efficient enforcement of all the criminal laws of every kind and at all times certainly has suf ficlent penetrating force to have wended its way into the cranium of the Herald editors ere this time Back this declaration by the follow Ing utterances of Hon Augustus E Guynorsincerely and faithfully for temper ance and I have practiced waat 1 In preached I take great plewmre in saying that J most earnestly belieVe in real temperance In the light of which can any sane man question the U of the Republican partyand candidates on tha liquor question Tic series of mlsrepresenlttUon continues byihe Heralds assertion that a Sun day saloon clause was stricken from the Republican platform In the com mittee room Such never ocurred and the Herald knows that It didnt The partys declaration In favor of Sunday saloon closing remained In the platform and was unanimously adopted It will be found in paragraph six of the platform which we published June 28 The Herald will gain nothlngex cept an unevlable reputation for non reliability by the course it is pursuing The faults of Its own party are toy numerous to be covered by such misrepresentation OUR CHARITABLE INSITUTIONS- For more than a year this paper has been calling attention to the disgrace ful condition of the State Charitable Institutions under the present Demo cratic partisan administration Cases of extreme cruelty and even murder have been cited not in one Instance but in many The white wash brush has always been applied and the Dem ocratic press would exclaim Republican lies and slander When the people demanded a nonpartisan board of con trot they were given the board but tIle control was placed in the hands of an unscrupulous set of Democratic politicians whose entire time has been spent in an effort to send their great and good friend to the United States SenateRecently under changed conditions in Louisville brought about by the Re publcians and Fusionists the new Mayor appointed by the Governor has had an investigation made of the city hos pital with the result that the most horrible conditions were revealed Of this report tho Louisville Times says Drs Meyers Thompson and Bailey have taken from the people of Louisville even the poor excuse of ignor ance In so doing they have set forth clearly why neither Mr Vogt nor mummy matt who succeeds him can meet with succes for the simple reason that the funds at his disposal are so meager as to make successful management 1m posible With the knowledge of that report the duty is imperative of doubling tho annual appropriation for the City Hospital of erecting a new build ingof placing at its head a trained and experienced physician on a salary of nut less than 3000 a year which would still be 500 less than that paid the Bailiff of the Police Court of selecting as assistant superintend cnt a practical business man to relieve the superintendent of the details of management and leave him free to devote himself to the needs of the patients and last and must impor tant of all of taking the City Hospital out of politics No more true or serious indictment that can be brought against Kentucky than it still suffers political leaders to reward their followers at the cost of tile helpless and tho suffering in civic and State institutions designed for their care and benefit Time con dition is one for which the voters of Kentucky are to blame and which they alone can remedy Until they demand the nonpartisan control of all chari table and penal institutions the con ditions which Drs Meyers Thompson and Bailey have done such useful ser vice In making public will continue unchecked in secret This Is not Republican talk It is a publication from a Democratic paper based on a report made by Democrat ic physicians appointed bt Demo cratic Mayor If such conditions pre vail in one institution run by the mil chine in Louisville what think you would be disclosed in the hulf dozen run by the State machine with a sim- Ilar close inspection Rottenness which if pushed out would cause tho man in the moon to hold his nose neIh AUGAN I August 21Misses Lena Milk r Eva Martin Emma Lee Wright and T J Edge are attending the institute at Hartford this week Mr Pete Mldkiff and foully of Owensboro spent last week with hit parents Mr and Mrs J P Midklff Mr J H Miller went lo Hartford MondayMrs I L Denton returned from Henderson Sunday Born to the wife of Mr Steve Taylor the 20lh a twelve pound baby girlMr J E Coleman went to Owes boro today t RealEstate Men in Town Messrs Dllta amid Hefron repre senting the Cesna Realty Co of Ow ensboro who recently purchased the old fairground property arrived In the city this morning for the purpose of closing out the remaining lots in this beautiful addition These gentlemen are high grade salesmen in their line and will unquestionably close the sale t quickly They state that their teems I and prices will be such that pebple cannot fail to buy I t 1 J i MADMGIIT GBILISE VEREET AT lIVERMORE Whole Tswa Welt GiMlrfe For j Dogs When The Story Got Ort Great excitement was caused at Livermore last Saturday afternoon by a mad dog belonging to W F Trunnell attacking his little nine year old daughter Fronda who Is In a serious condition from three severe bites In meted on the child by the dog The mad dog after biting a num ber of dogs through the town was prowling around the house When the child ventured on the porch she was immediately set upon by the fierce animal She was bitten on the arm shoulder and forehead The vounds are ugly and arc swelled to a great extent and have turned blue The child was pulled into the house by her mother who barred the passage of the dog with a screen door The dg was killed a dhort time after the child was bitten Many cit izens at once went out dogkilling and a large number of canines wire killed before many hours HERBERT Aug 20Mlss Ludle Burton Ow ensboro who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Will Crowe has returned home Mr mind Mrs Henry Milligan visited relatives at Whltesville Sunday Miss Annie Belle Miller Owensboro is the guest of Mrs John Rherdon Misses Margnrclt and Mary Chambers spent Sunday in the Blackford neighborhood Mr D Ar Miller and daughtersHal lie and Mabt1 visited Mr and Mrs Wave Bartlett Whitesvllle yesterday Mr and Mrs Charles W Phillips spent Sunday with their daughter Mrs Robert Miller Mrs Edna Duncan and daughter Hilda are In Owensboro Mr and Mrs Will Crowe gave the young people a party Tuesday nlghl in honor of Miss Burton Mr and Mrs Grunt Metcalf enter lained Wednesday night in honor of their guest Miss Goode of Baltimore Md Mr Will Kelley and wife Yelving ton visited at Mr E W Lyons the first of the week Mr Arthur Burdett began his school at Mt Aetna Monday Mr mead Mrs Guy Hinlon entertained the young people Saturday night Sirs Kalherlne Brock and son Ira visited friends at Lyonia Sunday Misses Mamie and Byrl May Knox vH Tenn1are spending time summer with their grand parents Mr and Mrs Win T Ellis PALO Aug 19Mr Archells linden went to Nashville last week on business Misses Julia and Lizzie Hines of leaver Dam are visiting Mrs W KellyMr and Mrs E E Dorbln and chil dren visited Mr and Mrs A Miller SundayMr and Mrs Estil leaden visited Mrs Annie Maden Sunday evening Mr Lonle Bunger Miss Ida Fleencr Mr Earl Hunger Miss Ollie Lewis Mr Jim Smith Miss Ella Lewis and Mr mid Mrs Estlll Maden visited Misses Bessie Lossle and Dessle Greer Sunday evening Mr Arthur Coy and Miss Lizzie Hines were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jesse King Sunday Mr and Mrs W N Coy and child Mr and Mrs J T Hines and chil dren attended the Ice cream supper ut Mr Arwell Coys Saturday night All had a good time Mr and Mrs Joe leaden and chil dren Mr and Mrs John Willis and children visited Mr and Mrs Olin Duke Sunday Mr Charles Colhurn Is very busy In the log business Little Ethel Mines visited Mr and Mrs Estll Maden Monday night I A Hair- Dressing Nearly every one likes a fine hair dressing Something to make the hair more manage able to keep it from being too rough or from splitting at the ends Something too that will feed the hair at the same time a regular hairfood ifellfedhair will bestrongand- will remain where it belongs on the head not on the comb I The beat kind of a testimonial m uSold for oyor sixty years AXad nwuAlsoSW 14 ers creatf PECTORAL j V W1tJT i t 1l l f A AT BEAVERDI1 Fnesdlfe September 3 THE GREAT o p = RLD=TOURfD AS EARTHS LARGEST AND BEST REPRESENTATIVE d TENTED ENTERPRISEr V1 1 3 RINQS All Double Length K Hi Cars 3 STAQES +103 Educated Quadrupeds 3MBNAaERlES 1100 People and Animals 3 HIPPODROMES 105 Cages Den Floats 3 HORSE FAIR300 Star Performers 3 SPECIAL TR41NS4I Jolly Clowns The Fountains from which First Bubble all the Newest Most Novel and Sensational Features The Talk of the Times abread and at home Americas Only Shows which have circumnavigated the globe FLOODING FEASTS fa NEW DELIGHTS BY OUR CONGRESS OF CELEBRITIES They Have no Equal They are Matchless In Marvelous Wonders OthersThenoire Scatsi for 11000 Persons IMfccata our Sun and Waterproof Tents n L t1HH RINGING SUPREME SURPRISE lit AGES BY RISKSLIMB FREE TO EVERYBODYTWICE DAILY ON THE SHOW GROUNDSDIRECTLY AFTER THE PARADE AND AT 630 P A AirAttractionthe picture above Dont Miss It NE MILLENNIUM OF ANIMAS COLLECTING REACHED AT LAS1 So you will say after your visit to our Triple Menageries where are to be found the CreaturesLIVING tWITNESSMATCNLESS qWILGUSn Dens of WUd Beasts ore Glittering Gold riotlJHerd Its yePontes Handsomeof Slepltaaband Camel Brassua 0avllLy a ardrobe and Surprising SpectacleEVERY r OC oCK l I l J S wraja r u r h4 IAJRStr irtil and Shoes l c n r B Every young roan wants to i i neatly dressed and he also wants to know exactly whereto go to find his outfit We want to extend him a special I jnyitation to visit us We de excluIU yely to Clothing Shoes and gts and can beyond doubt please you in style price and quality Try us OUR SPECIALS- These are the celebrated Shield brand and our Sterling Clothing all handworked buttonholes and benchtailor leck None so good none so cheap We have now our en tire line for fall on display ald can show you the REAL NEW IDEAS for the coming season Our Suits at 1000 1250 1500 and up to 20 JUSt what any young man n n stylish taste would want Dont buy outofdate Iare 1 but come direct to us I Clothing and Shoe- Headquarters Hartford Republican I j FRIDAY AU9UST 23 I IIllinois Central RailroadTime Table North 8nuiU Soiilli HonuU- No 132 due 407 ft m No 121 tliie1131 nm iNo IKdnelittrfp m No Hfl ilne 248 p ni No102 due 248 pm Noini due 11407 m For Furniture visit Carson Co- WANTEDChickens Eggs and Potatoes CARSON CO Regular 25o Towels at Fairs this t yr week only 19c pair I I Specio1 prices on Mattings Carpets i and Lace Curtains at Fairs J We always pay the highest market I price for Chlcqkens and Eggs- CARSON CO Master Willie Wlckllff Greenvllln Is the guest of the family of Dr E B Penclleton Mrs Jennie T McHenry has returned from nu extended visit to rel atives at Louisville Mr K C Dyers Frledaland and Mrs A S Yewell city were among jltir callers last Friday I Mrs J R Phips returned the latter part of last week from a few days stay at Dawson Springs I Mrs E W Smith Ceralvo was t the guess of her son C E Smlthcity last Saturday and Sunday I WANTED AT ONCE 100 teams ry 125 per day Waltorii WHson Bodes Co Hartford Ky Mayor J H Williams and family returned on Thursday of last week from a tewdays visit to relatives at l Misses Laura and Lyda Morton are In Cincinnati the former spending va jjation ahd the latter studying the tyles in Millinery 3 i t It is conceded by men who wear Fine Shoes that our Shoe stock is uptodate our styles better our slections larger and our prices lower than those of our competitiors Our Purro Jap Patent Leather our Hamilton Brown in Vici areII please thoso who want neat tidy footwear Visit us and u in Price Style and Quality I Mr J R Hunter Smallhous cull ed to see us yesterday Dont forgot that Fairs tire closing out their entire line of Wash Goods FOR SALE One yoke of Oxen C P MORRIS 4t2 Ceralvo Ky Mr R L OUrynn returned Tues day from a few days visit to relatives at Madlsonvlllo FOR SALE CHEAP One new Studebaker Wagon Apply at once to the Hartford Ice Co Itf Mr E A Cottrell of Hopkinsville Ky was tho guest ot friends in Hartford the first of tho week Mr and Mrs Rowan Greers baby died at their home near Beda last Friday night of Whooping cough Miss Katie Hawkins and brother Berry are ill of typhoid fever at the home of their parents Mr and Mrs S J Hawkins Mr W G Bennett Beam returned Monday from ill few days visit to rel atives at Drakesboro and Bowling Green I Mrs James Xucklcs and children who has been the guests of Mr and Mrs James C Bennett returned to their home at Madisonville Monday Miss Agnes K Fretsch and Mr Louis F Carson both of Louisville were quietly married August 15th at the home qf the brides father 1510 Logan street The Rev J E Qwat ken officiating Mrs May E Kirk Buford called to see us Wednesday She left with us for examination a popy of the Bards town Repository bearing date of April 20 1815 It Is well preserved and con tains matter that was evidently fresh news at date of publication In the absence of Rev A B Gard nerpastor of the Baptist church Sunday August 25th the pulpit will Be occupied at 11 a m byE A Cottrell and at8 pm by F D Baughn Everybody invited Sunday School 9451 E1 mB Y P IT meeting 7lGp m I Values that will Interest you are in Fairs Gc and lOc Basement PQnIsander this week ifIBS Ida GoOde of Baltimore Md Is the guest of Mr Bob Hoover and family thlsweek Mrs R T Collins and Miss Fanhi Cox went to Louisville Wednesda for a few days stay Master John J Williams returned last Friday from several days visit to relatives at St Louis Mo Riley Griffin an old and honored colored resident of Haytl died last Saturday and was buried Sunday Special prjces this week at Fairs In Ladles Vests and Hosiery Fif teencent Vests 9c 25c Lace Stripe Hosiery 9c Mrs C E Rogers and children Elkton arrived in Hartford the first of the week and are now the guests of Capt Cox and family W L Douglas and Smith Sterling Shoes Every penny must count fur wear style or comfort The above kind can be found at Carson Cos All Shoes look good In the window but the really good Shoe must not only look good but prove It It must stand up and hold its shape and wear and satisfy your feet That is the kind you get when you buy Shoes at Carson Cos Prof L N Gray president of Hurt ford College has returned from an ex tensive tour of the West and South He will now be here permanently and will spend the remainder of tho time until the beginning of school in the interest of the school Messrs Berry Taylor and Cleve Her Dr J R Pirtle Mr and Mrs W S Tlnsley Misses Lillie Burton and Norma Brown returned the litter part of last week front a few days visit to tho Niagara Falls Toronto Cana da Buffalo N Yand Detroit Mich Messrs J M Carter Centertown James Wilson Sr Echols Mack Dan- Iel city C C Borah Cromwell J H Woodburn Rockport Henry Plr tle East Hartford neighborhood und Ira Plrtle of the West Hartford neigh borhood were among our callers last SaturdnyIganized themselves t Into a Business Mens Club Mr S M Burgess Is president W P Her first vice president George OBannon second vice president Dr A D Park secretary and John G Williams treasurer This Is the sort of organization that all progressive towns should have and Rockport Is to be congratulated on taking the Initiative Elders John T Brown and W B Wright will begin a series of mcuthr at court house In Hartford on Sunday August 25 tit 11 oclock a m- All denominations are invited in this meeting and special invitation is extended to tho pastors of other churches Song services will bo conducted by Prof C H Hoggart and all who can assist in singing are cordially invited to take part in the services At the Rockport District Conven tion last Sunday at McHenry the following officers were elected Pres I ident S A Reynolds McHenry Vice President Ike Harvey Render Sec retary null Treasurer S B Bishop McHenry Superintendent of Primary Work Mrs Jene Simpson McHenry Superintendent of Teachers Training T F Watkins McHenry Superin tendent of Home Department G T Tlnsley Render Mr Louis Gqnther is in receipt of a letter from Mrs Dr B A Filler formerly Miss May WesterlIeld the charming little daughter of Mr G C Westerfield for a long time a citi zen of Hartford Mrs Fllmer Is liv ing at Milford Utah and her many friends who remember her as a little tot of a girl sonic years ago will be glad to know that she is pleasantly and prosperously located in her Western home The Ohio County Medical Society held their regular monthly meeting in Hartford last Wednesday Those present were Drs J W Taylor S J Wedding N C Rains A F Stanley Palestine Wills E C Richards Os car Allen J A Duff J 0 McKen ney and E W Ford Dr Rains was elected to membership and Dr Allen elected delegate to the Slate Associ ation A normal program will be ar ranged for next meeting The Fdrdsvllle Magisterial District Sunday School Convention will be held n FordsvUle at the Baptist church at 3 p m Sunday August 25 1907 Everybody invited Schools requested to send delegates In addition to the County Chairman we expect C M Barnclt who is the Superintendent of House to House Visitation to be present and explain how it is done G B Likens Supt of the Home depart ment work will explain that then it Is expected too have either Prof L N Gray or S D Taylor to explain the plan for teachers training It Is expected to elect officers for the ensu ing year V Y on p 1 Mr T W Barrett Bnrretts Ferry called to see us while in town last Friday I Hartfordhadan226iran Increase of 40a over the week decreaseotthis Year f instituteyand Friday August 29 and 30 It vlllbe conducted by a representative of the Commissioner of Agriculture All farmers should attend I Fortysecond Annual Convention ol the Kentucky Sunday School Associa ttotiwlll meet at Madisonville August 27 to 29 This will probably be the best convention In our history and quite a number of our schdols should send delegates Several have already decided togo Leave Beaver Dam on Monday or Tuesday at 248 p m no change of cars arrive at Mudlson ville at 515 p m Return leave Mad isonville Thursday or Friday 1230 p m arrive at Bevaer Dam 247 p m Delegates will usually go Tuesday and return Thursday Free entertainment If Dr J E Tulor Madisonville Is no titled this week Round trip front Beaver Dam will be about 275 SMALLHOUS- Aug 2Iessls PoB Taylor of Hartford Ed Ball and wife went to Evansvllle Sunday Mrs P B Taylor Hartford return ed to her home Saturday from a weeks visit to relatives and friends at Smallhous i Quito a crowd from here attend ed the association at Rockport last Tuesday and Wednesday Born to Mr and Mrs R E Eudai ly a tine girl Misses Sallie Curtis Bera Ross and Messrs Hurry nail und Hatcher Centertown were the guests of Mr an Mrs Vlrgle Curtis Sunday Mr and Mrs John Overton of Rockvule were the guests of Mr and Mrs Charlie Overton last week Mr1 W Duvall and wife were the guests of Mr 0 C Cox last Monday night Mr Fred Boone and family visited at Nelson lust Saturday and Sunday Mr Will Athurton wife and daugh tel Central City were guests of Mrs Bill WIthrow Sunday Little Miss Marlon Hill of near South CarrolUon Is a guest of her grandpa rents Mr and rMs M P Mud doxMr H R Addington wife and chil dren Souh Carrolllon were guests of Mr and Mrs Bob Fulkerson Sun day MrjGartner Hill has moved from Coralvo into Mr Alonzo Francis house Mr Harvey Iglebeart Unlontown Is the guest of relatives near here Miss Blanche Wliirow Is visiting In Central City this week Mr Sum Morton who has been on the sick list several days Is better Hurry Rowe and wife moved to Hcivl r Monday Mr O W Overhults Is attending the Institute at Hartford this week Om An expert wire man from Louisville will be in Hartford next week to work for the Hartford Light Co Any one desiring wireing can get full information by applying to M L Heavrin 41 BEDA AUK 21 Rev dame commenced a protracted meotlig ta Siilnkle Chapel Moiuhy night with the assistance of Rev Horn of Braver Dum Mr J C Park went to Hartford Tuesiiiy and attended the Institute and tine Iticturo givtn there Tuesday nigh Messrs Marvin and Voscoo Baird is on th sick list Mr Walter Parks and wife visited at Mi W Q Punts from Saturday until Sunday evening i Mr W C Bennett and family lie ited Dr R L Ford of Llvermore SundayCrops In this vicinity are needing rain Tobucco Is being damaged by worms to a great extent School will commence at this place the second of September under time management of Mr J C Park of No Creek Mr Otis Carson will begin his school at Sarvlce Hill Monday Miss Cora Bennett spent Monday with her sister Mrs Laura Parks Miss Ester Bennett who has been visiting In Owunuboru for slme liar returned home Tuesday Dr Tlchenor passed through this place Tuesday morning going home The death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs O R Greer and took From them their baby who had been sick for some time Weep not dear parents Orville is not dead but gone i to sleep The angel took the little child And bore him past the shining Ranks of singers and of harpers Past the golden streets and Hilled Banks unto aqulet restful place Where Mary sat with wistful eyes And tendersmiles and outstretched Hand to welcome him to Paradise a u FACTS FOR THE PEOPLE Facts are not always taken as facts by the wary or unwary Things have been told for facts which afterwards proved to be otherwise We would not knowingly make a misstatement We could not afford it if we felt so inclined a FACT NO IAt this season of the year no prosperous store has a full stock of ev erything FACT NO2Anysensible merchant strives to reduce his stock to the smallest possible amount FACT NO3The dollar we save you isInow 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 1 ed a line for everyday wear for women and children a line not so pretty but so good Jshoes that wear allsolid like you used to Jbuy Medium in price We refer to the JGoodman line Call for these Shoes when C you want something that will wear well BARNARD CO Hartford Ky- WWVVWJVWlIWC1J JJUII 1D1LlVW J1Jl1lfJJ1IM1 JV Y I BIG TALK 2 Therell be lots of it now The discount season when the windy S announcements of big discounts g on Clothing appear These spasms always come two or three times a year OUR DISCOUNT SEASON S g LASTS DURING THE WHOLE YEAR We have built up our mammoth business by selling at S lower prices than other stores T In the Suit line you wIllalways g find by comparison that our prices are from 1 to 3 less on the same quality than elsewhere 5 know that this is the best a IWe for building up and hold = 8 business You can save from S 50c to 1 on Hats and Furnishing 8 Goods and always a less price here than elsewhere on every = thing Come in and see about it j Carson 8 Co INCORPORATED Hartford Ky S SSS S S 0 I N + J j r fir J 4 Jt- R 0 r 0I l 1GTWTY IN ELLIOlT- DIAMOND FIELDS Minagers Will Not Discuss Re silts Bit Much Mosey Being Spent The recent great extension of the operations of the company working In the crater of the old volcano on Ison creek In Elliott county Kentucky has liven rise to the belief that this con cern has been more fortunate In the search for diamonds thun the general public has been ready to believe or the company Is ready at present to admit The company has for the past six tnonth given dally employment to- nom seventyfive to one hundred men ho have removed thousands of tons ot dirt from the hillside There Is roow visible a large area of the kim rberllte and this being washed as last as It can be removed and turn XM Into the heavy machinery already aet up Whether any diamonds have tieen found the officers and manager of the company decline to make mone1ecessarlltogether with the fact that the operators and the men back of them are mwilllug to sell any more of the stock indicates the success of the enterprise- It is known that the probable flud lug of diamonds in this locality was predicted several years ago by such eminent geologists and mineralogists tiS Prof A R Crandall and Prof Henry Carvill Lewis both of the Unit ed States Geological Survey Prof i Lewis made a special study of Kim lierly In South Africa where dia monds were being mined and culled i public attention to the great similarity I t t the formation In Kentucky 4 Raising From the Grave I A prominent manufacturer Wm A Jfertwell of Lucama N C relates a most remarkable experience He says After taking less than three bottles ot Electric Bitters I feel like one = using from the grave My trouble Is Wrights disease in the Diabetes stage willICureready stopped the liver and bladder complications which have troubled me tor years Guaranteed at all druggists I Price only 50c m diThe Uurenowned In every community there are good I then and women who are unnoted I and urenowned They hold no 6f tires they serve on no committees When honors ore to be bestowed no one thinks of them They are quiet j keepers at home or patent toilers in I honorable vocations living humbly on- SOme quiet streets with a few flowers j by the door Hut God keeps his own tallysheet of the citizens of a town and there Is a possibility that when i the day of honorable promotion comes fortunate ones will be of those who saw but little of honor at the hands of their countrymen Gods estimate of man does not depend upon how much he pays per trout foot for his property or how many stations of responsibility he has held or how cost ly an automobile he drives Ex Those who have stomach trouhleno matter how slight should give every possible help to the digestive organs so that the food may be digested with the least effort This may be done by taking something that contains na tural digestive properties something like Kodol For Indigestion and Dys pepsia Kodol IK a preparation of ve getable acids and contains the very same juices found in a healthy stom ach It digests what you eat Sold by all druggists m Jamestown TerCentennial Ex position NORFOLK VA APRIL 26 TO NOVEMBER 30 1907 Rates from Beaver Dam Ky SEASON EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30 In clusive Final return limits Dec 15 1907 Rates for round trip 3045- CODAYS EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30ln cluslve Final return limits Sixty 60 days from date of sale not to exceed December 15 1907 Rates for round trip 2870 15DAYS EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 19 to November 30 Inclusive Final return limits 15 days from date of sale not to exceed December 15 Rate for round trip 2360 COACH EXCURSION RATES Date of Baiefr3rprll 25 1907 and on each Tuesday No vember 26 1907 InclusheFinal return limits Ten days from date of sale Rate for round trip 1630 J E WILLIAMS Agent Hunting Fnr Trouble Ive lived In California 20 years and am still hunting for trouble in the way of burns sores woundsbolls cuts sprains or a case of piles that Bucklens Arnica Salve wont quickly cure writes Charles Walters of Al leghany Sierra Co No use hunting Mr Walters it cures every case guaranteed at all drug stores 25c m i4 I A GREAT MHIBITION The Kentucky Statt Fair Qfri 25boairiPrizisi 4 k S IVffiY CLASSifiCATION COMPlfl II Fifteen Departments Will Give U the Visitors the Molt 1Attr c tlve Displays r There is a disposition upon the part of the general public to display a tired feeling when the announcement is made of plans for a new exposition In America as in the old country they f have bees coming rather fast of late and the experience of the managers of the Jamestown Exposition lends full weight to the argument which favors having them few and far between This is not the case however with State Fairs Like Emersons brook they go on and on forever the Interest Increasing as each succeeding exhibi p tlon approaches Certainly this is true I of the Kentucky State Fair From every section of the commonwealthI and indeed from many sections of shownIKentucky State Fair more than twice as big aa that of 1906 A State institution created by the General Assembly operated by the State Board of Agriculture and supported la a large measure In a pre jalun appropriation this spirit of friendliness is to be commended The managers of the State Fair are build ing it along most liberal lines so far as all exhibit departments are concerned Twentyfire thousand dollars In cash is offered In prizes at the com ing exhibltign to be held in Louisville Sept 16 to 21 There are 15 exhibit departments All of these departments are in charge of members of the State Board of Agriculture The Hon Hubert Vree land Chairman of the Board who is now Commissioner of Agriculture has for his departments poultry pigeons collie dogs tobacco plants flowers horticulture farm Implements and ma chinery The other departments are headed as follows Dairy cattle sheep and goats Profpssor M A Scovell Di rector of the Experiment Station at Lexington swine and womans work G N McGrew Bayou Livingston county beef cattle W R Moorman Jr Glendeane Brecklnrldge county horses mules art jacks Guthrie M Wilson Bardstown Nelson county field seed grain vegetables and mel ons William Adams Cyntblana Har rison county Other members of the Board who are not assigned to exhibit departments but who are active InIother directions in making the fair success are Lawrence Jones Louis I yule Desna Brecklnridge Lexington and John C C Mayo Palntsvllle Ky In many departments the members In charge have appointed superintend ents and assistant superintendents I These are as follows Mules Wil I liam Simmons Shepherdsville Su perintendent Jack stock W S Glbbs Springfield superintendentIswine H L town superintendent poultry and pigeons John H Good Louisville superintendent Robert H Young Louisville assistant superintendent vegetables and melons S H Sale Louisville superintendent field seed and grain H C Lovelace Boston su perintendent Geo D Karsner Lexing ton assistant superintendent tobac co M H Froman Ghent superintend ent S B Robertson Calhoun assist ant superintendent plants and flowers Henry Nanz Louisville superin tendent womans department Miss Evelyn Porter Louisville superintendent Miss Julia Dupre Louisville and Miss Eva N McGrew Bayou assist ant superintendents horticulture M F Johnson Buechel superintendent J H Bates Buechel assistant super tendent collie dog show C H Thom as Louisville superintendent farm Implements and machinery J B Wal ker Hopklnsvllle superintendent MUCH INTEREST IN TOBACCO Seven Hundred and Seventy Offered at the Kentucky DollaraII Fair In Premiums The money offered In premiums at reIsuitever seen in the south Four hundred and seventy dollars is given by the State Fair Board about equally divid ed between burley and dark types The Louisville Board of Trade has added to this 250 for premiums as follows Burley Typei For best sample representing Hogshead of not less than 800 pounds net Bright Burley Leaf Tobacco 75 For the best sample representing Hogshead of not less than 800 pounds net Red Burley Leaf Tobacco 50 Dark Types For best sample representing Hogshead of not less than 1200 pounds net of Fire Cured To bacco 75 For the best sample representing Hogshead of not less than 1000 pounds net of Un red Tobacco 50 Samples of tobacco competing for there awards are to be drawn and sealed by the Louisville Leaf Tobacco Exchange Inspection not limited to crop and open to all eaklbltora I V 4 1 1 I f1 KILL OQ H A CURE TN LONGS ytIIH Dr 11111 New Discowy Fotl crAle ALL TNNIiATAM Us- GVA1NAltTUD LOTOs- OR MOWst DVJIDD t TD RENFR OW DENTISTA- ll work In his line executed by the most improved methods Crown and bridge work a specialty All work guaranteed Office up stairs next door to Woerners shoe store Hart ford SURE Disease of KIDNEYS JtMESCBENNITt fd IJ UBot19K liarttoM Ar- alL1CENED AUTLONRwill erty lit Ohio county Terms reamim Me Your patronage solicited o ROU6 i KlVtft k TELEPHONE COMPANY IKUURPorAentThe verTelephoneCU Is Independent owned and operated by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll ser- I vice which is being constantly ex I minutejconversation miles 15cts 4ii riles 20 cta e I J W QBANNON Mgr- Hartford I Ky I i I One of the Most Important QUESTIONSpresenting 1 clothes The clothes a man wears indicates his degree of rl i ment and influences his thought and conduct With the ofIedge that lie is wearing correct clothes all feeling of sciousness is eliminated There is no greater handicap to cess than being burdened by thought of ones self Of equal Im to wearing the right kind of clothes comes the question I1I0rtnnce them at the right place We can solve the problemI for you by requesting you to call at PEARLS PArtTIORIUM We have here on display the greatest and most attractive as i sortment of Fall Simples ever shown in Hartford We guaranteej every garment to give entire satisfaction both In fit PLACE YOUR ORDER EARLY FOR THE FAIR i Isbll P D TWEDDELL I t I A ClncorporatedJ EGYPTIAN CEMENT UlTS I And puts them in the grave The only absolutelyI perfect vault made It is watertight airtight vermin t and wormproof The greatest invention of the age If you desire to lay away the dead in the mostlsatisfactory manner you will certainly demand ff these vaults Manufactured right here in Hart I fordBLACK B1RKHEAD Mgrs drIMrW 1 CURE For 4U STOMACH LIVER n LECTRIC Quick Relief andC re forHead- ache Backache Dizziness Indication Malaria eta The nonshiftingt The keyforeverycharacter- The straightline keyboard The complete keyboard The rocl shaft constructed d f 4 MItG teetA oed alit ke gttet i ac11 1c1 te dtlt011rtetz3ctXaett1 isaitleger t e t ore and tsth ryat1t11t6 ta lte GsfMI1 I SI H Mistlt So many ailments are purely nervous affections that you can hardly miss it if you try Dr Miles Nervine It restores nerv ous energy and through its invigorating influence upon the nervous system the organs are strengthened The heart action is better digestion improv ed the sluggish condition overcome and healthy ac tivity reestablished Dr Miles Nervine IB worth Its weight In gold to me I did not know physicianbut I sleep work lit or stand I was nearly crazy One day I picked up a paper the first thing that met my eyes andIan advertisement of Dr Mlles ine I concluded to try It and let takingtwoI began taking Dr Miles Heart Cure and now I can work and go out and havetold many the benefit I have received from these remedies and several of them have been cured by It since I am old and pretty good ANNA R ytIDr Mlles first bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Iud I u 1 The Safets and Quick est Way to eMolle is BY ONG DISTANCE TPIIONII For Rate Apply to Local Mgr Umbelland Yet J Tel Co IIACIar1SATKa1 DeWltts Kg SatoFin Pttaf Burn Sere me httonic Curative Mdlcl tee thee dl Cu GIs Guar- antdIUERS t Pinkiypewriter 1cWK v =OiMH4H1Tr UB- BAWNETf I la1Te SMITH Tl 1S HMITFOR0 KY uulprwtlee thelrjprofeMloalntkllJlha courts of hlo and o n ateItJo their care Collections and the Prac tice of Criminal and Real Eetate Law Specialties Office In ReputJIican fculId insIFRANK L FELIX Attorney at LawHARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Os and adjoining counties and In the Court e of Appeals Criminal practice arid Col lections a Specialty Office In the Her aldbulldlnllrf C HAS M CROWE LiAWYRR HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Special at tention given to criminal practice and to collections Office in old Republican building on Center street JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collections making abstracts Ac also Notary Pub lie for Ohio countyOtfice north side public square I R B WEDDIN- GAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY 3Will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecuted claims for pensions Etc Collections promptly attended to Also Notary Public for Ohio rnunty Office over WIlliams Vrng Stun M L HKA VHIN KltNKHT VUOOr AIC HEAYRIN WOODWARD G etfeys as ao HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In nil the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention giv en criminal practice and collections Of flee next door to Bank of Hartford YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also No tary Public Office over First National Bank W H BARNES H A ANUEIIS01 BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they have formed a partnership dr the prac tice of Law in all courts State and Fed eral with offices south side of Main street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES S A ANDERSON GRADUATE NURSED MIS SUSIE MAY A graduate of Owensboro qty Hos pital has located i- nHARTFORDAndwill answer calls at all times Residence East Union street Hwephone No 137 c I Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLIC CAN 100 per year in advance It You can read this ad twentyfive ways and reach r I statement is true f is the most noiseless is the most accurate is the most rapidI is the most easily learned is the most durable THEtSMITHPREMlER TYPEWRITER CQInct 821 Pine Street St Louis MIssouri p r 1TP 4 iI iThe First Anililal f 1Exhibition tbe K DRCKRB fjjttl 1 COUTTa J t r w iWILL BE HELD AT tHAROINSBRRG KENTUCKY r September 3 4 andS 1907A premium list of 3000 500 special premiums added by local business men One of the best equipped and most beautiful grounds In the State Reduced rates and special trains on railroad The management has been criticised by some for not offering more purses to racing This question was considered by those in charge very carefully and they decided to make this strictly an agricultural fair The managers of the most suc cesful county fairs in the State were consulted and they are all agreed that racing mixed up with agricultural shows is a failure and all of them have cut it out We will have trotting races every day but our running races are limited to one for Breckenridge County horses and for mules We are asured of a very high class exhibition of stock and agrlcural products especially horses We shall have horses from the Blur Grass to the Purchase und our stalls tire being taken so rapidly that we are preparing to increase the number before the fair opens As far as the attendance Is concerned it is up to the weather We are not worrying ahout the attendance They are all coming that can and nanny that cant Very Respectfully M H BEARD SecretaryL STRIKEBREAKING PAYS- EXCEEDINGLY WELL HJim Farley Has Country Home And His Check is Good for 100000i Strikebreaker Jim Fiirlwy has made his fortune and Is paving tin settled way for u life of ease HU Is a horse lover and spends most of his tune these days at his hre ding farm at Plattsburg N Y und makes oc jtcasional trips to Kentucky In search of fine stock Barley is still a strike breaker but he bus shifted the per sonally hazardous part of the business to the hands of trusted lieutenants H- Is a sort of board of strategy all by himself is Farley and he will probably be breaking strikes until ho dies I Harry H Bowen sink brwikrlms made thousands by fighting all ovr the country for corporations hgalnst unions He served the beef trust in Clil cago his recent campaign against tlje warring longshoremen on tilt docks of New York netted him a tidy for tune Bowen faced shots in the famous collar and cuff strike at Troy Like Furley he has a beautiful country home It is on the Jersey Highlands and his city apartments on Central Park Vest are as luxuriously fitted out as those of a multimillion airy He owns tenement houses in New York and Brooklyn Farley and Bowen hold special insurance policies on their Jives tor 100 000 earhiStrikebreaking has become to chiefs of corporations a recognized business and they are in constant touch with men like Farley and Bowen Rail roads street car companies machine works and institutions employing large bodies of workmen keep strikebreak er bosses on the payroll even In time t of peace The Instant the suggestion of a strike Is made the strikebreaker boss is notified and sends his secret agents among the dissatisfied work men Then he begins tb enlist men capable of working at this particular trade and holds them in readiness for a call They are under pay while waiting orders f The handling of strikes Is not plan ned In the office of the corporation Farley and Bowen each have offices in big buildings on upper Broadway Farley Is content with a little brass sign having on it James Farley De tective Bowen screens his identity by the name The BowenPost Company Strikebreaking bosses for obvious reasons are not anxious to be conspicuousIn year I have received 0000 threatening letters said Farley to a frlendU they should stop com- Ing now I would feel lonesome The great danger in our business Is when Athe actual strike Is on I have been shot at about twentyfive times but only one shot struck me The profit of Farley and Bowen como mainly from the Increased wage paid per man furnished to break the strike For Instance when the sub way tieup began twenty months ago the motofmans pay was 323 a day r land the guards and train hands got from 175 to 225 n day When break tag the strike Farley received 5 a C day for each man he furnished in ad r dltlon to 1000 a day for personally supervising and commanding the strike breaking force He paid his men 250 a dayFareley says strikebreakers as a rule are men of good character anti Join his ranks because they are hard fcup tor work Bowen is reported to 1 have 10000 men In all parts of the 5ountry ready to servO him at a mo= mnts notice Bowens list inqludea 250 women whit worn used in the shirt factory 3 rtke at Troy Nr YIIn women I find ii passion for strikebreaking said Bowun and some would Either work for 2 a day broking a srlk than get u steady job at 3 a lots Farley sot into the strikebreaking busliivss m a ptculiitr way H nni a small hoM at PIttsburg and while 111 with typhoid tVver he wandered off In Ji delirium and got rid of nil his moiny When lie recovered he found himself in Hrooklyn broke wIiUo the P R T strike was on He got a job as niotunmui and that suggested his present strikes in Chicago Cincinnati San Francisco Vaterbury und many other eltiesew York Hrald DROPPED FROM CANNON IN SKY Aeronaut Performed Daring Feats at Greater Elec i tricPark u From till Baltimore Sun June 17 1007 Before a large number of spec tators George Gowdy an Aeronaut employed by the Coleman Balloon Co executed a very sensational de scent from the mouth of a rapidly descending cannon which had been attached to a large Balloon yester lay afternoon at Greater Electric Park The cannon in which the Aeronaut was concealed with a par achute was attached to u parachute connected with the Balloon After the Balloon had attained a Might of 5000 feet the top parachute was cut loose from the Balloon and as soon as the parachute opened the Aero- naut fired himself from the cannon with the second parachute and each floated to the earth This Is the most sensational act ever witnessed In out city and we understand that this act is performed by the Cole nail Balloon Co only and It is not every Aeronaut that will do this act as they have to do this act by signals rout a gun from the ground The Coleman Balloon Co is giving dally sensational ascensions at the Greater Electric Park Another one of their new acts Is the Serpentine Dance on n rolling globe In midair SelfDefense Many an unwise p treat works hard and lives sparingly all his life for the purpose of leaving enough to give his children a start in the world as it is called Setting a young 7ian afloat with money left him by his relatives is like trying a bladder un der the arms of one who cannot I swim ten chances to one he will lose the bladder and go to the bottom Teach him to swim and ho will not I need the bladder Give your child a I good education See to it that his morals are pure his mind cultivated I made subservient and his whole nature to the laws which govern man and you will have given what will be of more value than the wealth of the Indies You have given him a start which no misfortune can de earlier yon tench prive him of The his own re him to depend upon sources and the blessing of God the better Notice- To Miners arid Farmers We ask of you not to buy wagons br buggies rom the HickmanEbbert company ot Owensboro Ky until they recognize he union and employ union inen Done by order of the local JOHN WILSON C Recording Secretary Echols local No 678 UI W of A j 11 1r z a SIZES OF MAN AND- WOMANS BRAIN But Size of the Organ Has Little to do With Its Etfect iveness I From a comparison of trustworthy statistics it appears that the brain of tho average man is about oueliiitli larger than that of the average woman but on the other hand If the ratio between the size of brain and body IIII taken Into consideration mans brain eosins out second best Happily however tIll lord of creation us he is sometimes pleased to torm hint self has loophole of escape from tiie natural inlluence from this fatal The smaller animal scientists tell us al ways has tho larger proportional t- Its size than elephant and a babys brain Is five limes the relative size of Its fathers- Woman has hoXvever other lines of defense All mental activity finds Its uriglrtofh thtrt ottturliyernrcor tex of the brain On every square Inch there are some ten millions of minute cells the instruments of men till energy Might not a inore just comparison be based on a considera Hon of these cells asks one author ty Perhaps it is answered but no observer has yet shown that sex make any difference In the number develop ment or vital energy of these elements brllnl When till Is said if the average prefers to regard size as the correct index of intelligence he must admit that 40 per cent of the women he meets are of large intellect than he ThisI wilt give him food for refllcUon perhaps utter a little he will agree with Prof Sutherland of London that every year seems to show with Increasing conclusiveness that there Is In the great mass of cases a practical equality in male and female minds Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood Is impure thin diseased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles sores scrofula eczema itching PalnscnItarrb Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the bloods made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is especially advised for chronic deepseated casesas It cures after all else falls 35tf Where Man and Woman Differ Perchance the sexes differ in a good many waysbut one cannot help no icing especially now that the hell day season is commencing and chums are going away together how differ ently men and women treat their friends A man goes on his own way serenely if the other man wishes too the same thing he does it with him if inclination however leads in pother direction he follows it and both are happy not taking or giving offenseA on tho other hand who goes away or visits another always feels that she Is not doing her duty unless she is with her friends the whole day They as Is put not re flnedly perhaps but still expressively live In each others pockets and though the pursuits of one day may be quite anterior to those of the other still they mustshare 1emno matter how unhappy one or both maybe x It is a nice feeling of course to J IJ 10 t r know hat a friend is vllllng U fore go her own pleasure In oruVr io be with you II is good und loyal U stick to one alluUIII and possibly women gt to know each other and indeed the characteristics of their nuin folk fur beiM1 than do iius saiiv men NVvenlnKEj our klndin ss d votlon and loyalty must hi tempum with dlsrri Mi n if we are in b happy und make n brs comfortable It is not always HK most pleasing method nevr to be tree from one r son ho mailer how nice Even hllsII bands and wives dlmivr this and tare pleased to go their own way oc t casionally how much nor likely then is it that friends sire better soml lines t apart says Womans Life Go sep f siratu paths now lull thenand you will t como back fresh to each other Us good advice rind worth following whether you are away for Il holiday or merely the guest or hostess In u house OASOnJA t- Bnthe1h1 Kind You Have Always Bou- ghtT c T r iimmissiOnerSi tChairman J Morgan Clilnn of thlC Kentucky StiU Election Commission has called H meeting of tint body to be heldlvtho office of the Clerk d of the ourt of Appeals on Wednesday August 28 next The purpose t of the meeting is to consider recom mendations by the Democratic and Republican organization of the several counties of persons suitable for appointment as members of County Commissioners and to make such ap pointments Under the election stat ute these recommendations must be made to the State Board some lime during the month of August and ac Hon must he taken by the Slate hoard The list of recommendations lire presented through tine State Committees of the two parties and urn now being prepared by the County committees in the counties For Sale Fine sow and six shoats Call on Dr Wm Forman Hartford Ky Hartford BuslnesG Institute I A strong business preparation for a successful commercial career Is now recognized as a necessity by every leading men One of Americas groat est business men said The young man who starts at this time will stand little chance of success without thor ough business training And for tho young woman of today the best sate guard she can have is a business edu i cation by means of which to earn her livelihood whenever necessity demands What could be more pitiable than to see a young woman In luxu ry thrown on her own resources with out a practical education It is no longer a question of getting I positions for students but getting students ready for positions The demand- sI greater than the supply While we have had a strong class of students I during the past two years we have I not been able to fill the demands that I have been made upon us for competent bookkeepers and stenographers Young men and young women with a good common school education have enrolled with us finished the course and with their money making capacity greatly increased have out to positions of honor and trustIDo you want to be ber of successful young people If SOI write us forfurther information Catalogs sent free Address all communi cations to Nettle Rogers Principal HartfordrKy T I DeWitts Little Early Risers dont sicken or gripe Salf Pills easy tot take Soldby all druggists m r Ft p i r t 4ft j01 I i rt caused by Indigestion If you Mt a lute too much or you are subject to ttacks of Indigestion you have no doubt lad shortness of breath rapid heart beats leartburn or palpitation of the heart Indigestion causes the stomach to xpand swell and puff up against the leart This crowds and Inter eres with its action and in the course cl ime the heart becomes diseased KodolF- or Dyspepsia ligests what you cat takes the strain off if tho heart and contributes nourishment trength and health to every organ of the ody For Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Inflammation of the mucous nembranes lining the Stomach and Diges Ivo Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh if the Stomach After eating my food would distress me by making ny heart palpitate and I would become very weak matte I got a bottle of Kodol and It gave me Imtnt Hate retie After using a few bottles I am cured MRS LORINO NICHOLS Perm Yin N T I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I tad heart trouble with it I took Kodol Dyspepsia lure for about four months and It cured me D KAUBLB Niraaa 0 Digests What You Eat Zilnu ladlanttee rrrM aM tie L-Mearteabih entorret30DeWIN- lie er au ate I I 600111 a foffi SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS ta A PROMPT EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR ALL FORMS OF RHEUMATISMLsrmbajl KIliney Trouble and- lflnstrd Dlaaaa GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied externally It affords almost in itant relief from pain while permanent results are being effected by taking it In ternally purifying the blood dissolving the poisonous substance and removing from thesystemDR D BLAND Of Brewton Ga write1 bad been a inffmr for a number of year- with Lumbago and Kbeumatlem my arm and- leg and tried all the remedlei that 1 could withanumbee tthebeetphy1sicianbtoitt aims nothing that gore the DROPS l yreecribe It In m practice for rlleumaUm and kindred Susie DRCLGATISU- aneock Allan writes A ilttlegirlberehadach a weak back earned by Rheumatism Trouble tbat in could not stand on tier feet The moment they put ber the floor the would scream pains ltreatedherwlthbbROPBaudtoday- berunaarouodu well and can 1 prescribe SDllOla for my patients and ue- It In my FREEIfLumbago Sciatica Neuralgia Trouble or any kindred disease write to us for a trial bottle of 5DROPS PURELY VEGETABLE SDROPS Is entirely free from opium cocaine morphine alcohol laudanum and other similar Ingredients Large el nettle SDROPS 800 Doses tl00 rrslebDruggistWAN- EONRNENMATIC CURE COMPANY De tU 4 1T4 Lake Street Ckleatro Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN 01 W lfl D1t JS1Y Olito Counts JUII4BDenJailer Ed G Barrass Clerk Frank LFelix Master CommlsslonerjT L Mose ley Trustee Jury Fund It B Martin Sheriff Hartford Deputies S A llratcher L P Crowdor W C Ashley J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes tlrst Monday In March and August and continues three weeks and third Monday In May and November two weeks County CourtW B Taylor Judges W S Tlnsloy Clerk E M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convene first Monday In each month Quarterly Court Begins on the third Monday In January April July and Oc toberCourt of claimsConvenes first Monday In January Tuesday after second Monday In October Other OfflcersN Moxley Surveyors Slirevc S W Leach AHsessor Re UoyJames DeWeeseSchool Superintend CoronesbJingoJUSTICES COURTS J H Williams Beaver DamMarch M June 23 September 21 December 34- W P Miller Horso Branch March 25 Juno X September 25 December 28- V S Dean Dundee March 27 June 25 September IS December re- V R Edge FordavllleMarch 28Jun2 September 27 December 23 B S Chamberlain Beda March Jet June 25 September 23 December 29 Herbert Render Centertown Ifarcb 0 Juno 29 September 2J December MX jolin H Miles Rockport March SI Juno 30 September 30 December Jl HARTFORD POLICE COURT R 11 Wedding JudgeJ 8 QlennCkr Attorney Seth MoseleyMarshal Court convenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthService third Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m2nd Sunday at 7 p m4th Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev J ALewis Pastor assisted by RevJ Fran BakerBaptist Church Services held Saturday night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Itev A B Gardner PastorC ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev Bozarth Pastor Christian ChurchServices every first Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev W B Wright Pastor School Trustees HartfordC M Crowe J S Glenn Dudley Ford C M Barnett Dr E B Pendleton City CouncIlJ H Williams Mayor C M Crowe Clerk R E L Simmea man Dr E B Pendleton A D White Wm Fair Wm Bean Dr J W Tar lor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 875 F A Ma sons moets first Monday night In each month C M Crowe W M Marvin Bean Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 meets every third Saturday night In each month W N Stevens High Priest French Vlck ers Secretary Rough River Lodgo No 110 Knight of Pythias meets every Tuesday nhlC M Barnett C C C M Crows KV of R and S Hartford Tent No M IC O T M meet every Thursday night E B Pen dleton Commander D E Thomas Rea ord Keeper Sunshine Hive No n L O T M Meets first Friday evening and third Friday afternoon of each month Mrs Z Wayne Griffin Lady Commander Miss Sue Yeiser Lady Record Keeper Preston Morton Post No 4 O A aholds regular meetings Saturday bray the fleet Sunday In each month F Hi Porter Commander R A AndoxiiUs E- Mi r- II I J 4 i i d fr i jf a I t J 4- r- y I a CLASS ENTHU SIASTIC ADDRESS Continued from first page flea of rotation In office something modeled on the Idea of the riding Sheriff and his deputies changing places at the end of each term Mr Hager was a candidate for Treasurer on the Goebel ticket He was undoubtedly beaten In that elec tion He was not seated by the Legis lature In that contest but after the election avid nIter his opponent had been elected and sealed he went before a Slate board from which there was no appeal and contsted the elec lion and by a partisan decision by that partisan board was declared elect ed Treasurer In place of the man was really elected and took the whol and at the next erm he turned the candidate for Auditor Some Republicans complained that they did not have a fair show In the State but that Is only the disadvan tuge of one party while the Democrats who are wronged have not on ly no show In the StalE but no show in their own party They are exclud ed by the State under the control of Coy Beckham and Auditor Hager and they are excluded in their own party By the same control MACHINE NOT PARTY Oh whats the use of taking all Vround about it The Democratic party today is not the old Democratic party The Democratic voters have no say everything is cut and dried and pressed and burned In tin combi nation only upon tho State Govern ment but upon the very soul surd body of the Democratic party And today Democratic faith is shaken Democratic honor is outraged Demo cratic sense is disgraced and made ashamed by the brazen effontery presumption and greed of the men who rule the Democratic party and the committee and who take unto them selves all of the power ajjd all of the rights of a great peoply Dont talk to me about liberty the Democratic business administration and all the other selfpraise ladled out to the petiole through the press bu reau of this administration Look at the facts Look at what we all know It is not fitting that for some months that all of the important po litical conference at which the most serious matters of State affecting till chances and the very life of the Demo cratic party have been considered and decided in the State lunatic asylum at LakelandHow long Is It after a few conspi cuous instances of amputation from office until some familiar fine Italian hands are insinuated almost unobserv ably about the attractive form of the public favors and one after another of men fired from tho public service for cowardice or other derelictions full softly into the pay roll as the early snow gets in its flakes And by and Ly everything will be working along comfortably In the same old way and some new County Judges or membor of the General Assembly who have suc ceeded In entering the combine will be getting Into the progressive game and take his turn on the merrygo round from Treasurer to Auditor Au ditor to Governor consultations at Lakeland and Governor to SenatorIAnd all this time years from 1899 to Heaveil when in the sweet bye and knowsI of the other several hundred and plain everyday Democrats will be plowing harrowing sowiiifr and mov and and so on amid hew doItnbolfiless beings that they are Xow what are you going to do about It The matter Is wholly In your power If you like that kind of thing why of course thats the kind of thing you like Rut are you go Ing to stand H Its a free country If you really wish to be put on and usfd and walked on you can just submit to It but if not H Is your right lo revolt DEMOCRATIC RECORD manIagomontfor Kentucky It pas squandered not only the great fund gathered by the Republican administration and 1300 000 collected from the United States but It has put a blanket mortgage on the taxes of the future by creating new and needless offices It has enacted for corrupt purpos es and criminal bribery tho election certificate law It has used officers of tho peace and the law to breaic the peace and the law and to bo lead ers and chief offenders In a carnival of crime fraud and danger And these gross fruits of wicked ness and oppression have not stopped with robbing political opponents of justice and rights but have taken away the liberties and rights of Dem ocrats too the best men In their party who would not bow the knee to frauds and to wrong It has come to pass that there Is only one way to free the land of this tyranny and that is to vote It out of power IMPOSITION LIQUOR QUESTION The candidates nominated by they Qk r t Republican stand upon their- illattorm as follows k c u1Vo favor the enactment and enforcement of a uniform teem option law with the pounly as the governing unit and also There should be prompt and effi dent enforcement of the criminal law of every kind and at all times but especially at this time do we call for the rigid enforcement of the law main those forms of which under tne recent administration of justice in many communities have gone prac tically unpunished On this platform 1 accepted the nomination To the fulfillment of the principles of this platform I am pledged In letter and spirit and honor All my days I have striven sincerely and faithfully for tempernace and I have practiced what I preached- I have no record of taking the sa loon mans money thousands and thousands of dollars of It too to got into office nnd then throwing them down While the Governor has no power under tho Constitution or law to re move any Sheriff or policeman or con stable who falls to enforce the temper ance and Sunday laws of tho Com monwealth which are not the work of the Democratic party but of theo whole people of Kentucky through their representatives and will have no power to repeal the Sunday taw or any temperance law there has been such an earnest expression of anxiety on the part of ninny friends and some genial enemies to know my personal views on the temperance quesiiouthat It would be a needles tax upon their patience to refuse them this comfort While I refuse to make any an swer to the demands that have been presented as something which I must answer under pains and penalties threats and disorder loss and defeat I take great pleasure in saying that I most earnestly believe In real temperance but not in a sham grandstand temperance I am most seriously and unrelentingly opposed to intemperance wheth er in the man who parades as a tem perance reformer or In the victims of the habit of temptation I believe unrelentingly in the rule of the majority of country of State of county city and precinct even If the majority decides something that the minority seriously dislike and ob jects to provided It is constitutional I believe that unless those saloons which are disorderly and are breed Ing places of crime are shut up and all that remain are conductedunder strict regulations high license and the forfeiture of the right to s lliu case of any abuse of the previlego the people will speedily wipe out the whole system as far as It Is human ly practicable to do so I do not believe that absolute pro hibition can bo sustained In a large city and I believe that the attempt to db it simply brings the law Into contempt and makes a great many people feel that there are laws which cannot be obeyed which Is a very dangerous idea in a government of the people I believe that It is necessary to guard against the great evils which have followed opening the saloons on Sunday when thousands of working men Illtrained in selfcontrol and unrestrained by the dally work with their weeks wages In their pockets spend in disipation thousands of dollars needed by their wives and famillo and fill the Police Courts every Mon day morning with scores of cases costing the Commonwealth hundreds of dollars paid by tax money of the people While I realize that the strict enforcement of the Sunday laws will greatly annoy some of our very best most honest useful and sensible people who need no such restraint yet- I do not see how they can have the Indulgence to which they have been accustomed without opening the door to all the other disorder misfortune and crime for which the offenders contribute nothing e Hartford College More than seventyfive per cent of 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 wldenedand Its equipment for doing excellent teach lug is made better from year to year Last years enrollment was the larg est In tho history of the school and It 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 4 1907 Catalogues sent free Address till communications to L N Gray President Hartford College Hartford Ky For Sale Having decided to move to Louis yule Ky I offer my house and lot and household goods in Beaver Dam Ky for sale Will sell on easy terms House has seven rooms and is in the best location in Beaver Dam Call on or address D J COLEMAN 6t2 Beaver Dam Ky a nhJ ji th tut fr WGREAT i a I Cooking Apparatus0 it 4 The Range that stands toff in a class all byUelf The Range you cant de f stroy The Range that is the most economicalin consumption t of fuel and the fmost satisfactory in opera= istWe are the Ran epeopleI 4of Ohio county WHY t We carry right in stock the best line of Stoves in I all sizes and grades that 4 the country produces The 44 fire box linings of these tStoves seldom last less than LTfive years and they cook and operate perfectly the whole time YOU OUGHT TO BUY YOUR STOVE FROM US WHY thet1 4 you can get them the transportation charges costs more than the repairs 4c themselves so either lose your entire stove in a short time or are 4 compelled to Jay double price for repairs BUY YOUR STOVE FROM US 4and you will know right where you can get any piece you happen to need g at a nominal cost 2 M E E P BARNES BROS Beaver Dam Ky tM44444 tM44a4 NARROWS Aug 21lr Willie Baker was in Owensboro Tuesday Mr Marion Martin left Tuesday for a prospecting tour through Texas and New Mexico visIliedmings at Dundee the first of the week Mr J H Thomas went to Owens boro Thursday Mr JeC Riley of Hartford was hero Tuesday Mr and Mrs William Park who have been visiting relatives at Hen derson returned homo Saturday Mr and Mrs J H Waitthghili are visiting relatives at Glendeanc Mr Mack Daniel keeper of tho county bastlle was here yesterday Messrs Joe Hale Wilbur Hale and Willie Petty left Monday for Penrose Ark where they go to engage in timber work Miss Ola Smith who had been vis- Iting her sister Mrs Fred Litsey at Horse Branch returned home Tues day Mr Sam Bennett left Tuesday for a visit to friends at Elkton and Nash ville Mr Carl Davidson of Barretts Fer ry who has been In Arkansas the last month returned home Tuesday The star mall route from Roslno suppling Sulphur Springs and Dundee postofflces will be discontinued September 1 after whlch the offices referred to will bo supplied by lock pouch carried by rural carrier No 2 from this place Special Excursion to Louisville Leaving Cairo Ill on Sept f 3rd returning leave Louisville September 6 Rato for round trip 176 from Beaver Dam lyJ E WILIAMSAgt I BEAVER D M1August 21Rev A B Gardneffflll ed his regular appointment hereSunrday morning and night t Misses Oracle and Bessie Williams a s returned from Owensboro Thursday I last where they had been attending the Chautauqua Mrs D G Young entertained the FridayIwas on Mrs Jno H Barnes Miss Anna and Master Marshall Barnes left Friday for a few days visit to Mrs Barnes parents Mr and Mrs F Eblin Lduls vllle Miss Bunnie Westerfield of Roches ter is the guest of time family of Mr A B Stanley for a few days Mrs PeA Rhoades Miss Kittle Rhoades Hiss Mariam Rhoades Dr Edwin Rhoades and family and Mr Will Rhoades and family spent Sun day In Owensboro I Mr I Pe Barnard of Louisville was in town Sunday I Mr and Mrs HeD Taylor and Dr L 0 Render spent Sunday with Mr Ellngton Render Logansport Ky j Born to Mr and Mrs E B Hurt on the 19th Inst a boy Miss Violet Loney Is the guest of Mrs Ora Maddox for a few daysIMiss Wedding of Hartford is the guest of Miss a Addle VanMeter for a fow days j Messrs U I and SJ Paxton who have been on an extended visit to their mother have returned to Thacher Arizona where they are engaged in schoolwork Mrs Walter Wright is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Oscar Stevens for a few days j Mr B J Heath was arrested here Monday charged with carrying a con cealed deadly weapon and was fined 25 and cost I Miss Mary Stewart who has been nIfeldturned home j Mr and Mrs Walter Rhoades who have been visiting Mr Rhoades parents at this place haVe returned to their home at Thatcher Arizona j Quite a number of out of town peoJ pie buryI ing of Mrs Geo H Barnes MondayI Mr Ed Taylor formally of this county but now of Hopkinsvllle has t EIIQJeweler i here eady 43 work or as cheap as cheapest anything in I longer connected with the 5c Store having soldmy inter est to G EvBarakat allmy time 2iff the Jewelerw business work guaranteed ft AFTER AUGUST 26 FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION Count 5 i x officebypurchased House Consideration 5000 He will take charge at once I Messrs Carlisle and of Hartford Sunday in town TheN first meeting of Stock holders of the Creamery was held at town hall Tuesday K V W Ce BlankenshIp Virge Hocker and Bob Barrett were select ed as a committee to purchase a site will begin operation at once Miss ppel Himley of Prentis is vis lUng MrsA K for a few daysMr and R B Stevens who been cm an extended tour of a THE i Is still the same old = tans and to stay lit j do all kinds of repair sell you the 41 my line am no 5j and lOc ifi and will to Alltff NOT GOOD This Ballot Will Votes for Miss t the Austin Rosco Render spent the the Messrs Williams They Miller Mrs have at to I pointshaveEffort Ill tprMrsa few daysi oft + for a few daysrMDe YorkJomestowned home Tuesday Miss Marie Austin Isattend tho arrivedIn J I = II ri- F C yr