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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rr i sM L ftr n J t r tartfd tqubUcan i I Pine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL TiWiPEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Yearr I jfVOLHAKTFORD OHIO COUNTYf v i ICY FRIDAY AUGUST 30 1907 No 7 OVRNffR TAYLOR Wilt RETURN 4T UVV WITHOUT ANY IMMUNITY PLEDGE J He Is Guaranteed a Fair And Impartial Trial Asks NonPartisan Jury and Fai Honest Honorable Judge to Preside t Indianapolis Aug 23 Former GoY WilliamS Taylor of Kentucky tonight t i I broke a silence of seven years duration and gave to the world a f statement in which he offers to return y ia Kentucky and facejrlul on Ihe Sfiafge ofbeing implicated In the mur r grot Goebel provided a satisfactory c uaranly Is given thatthe trial will be absolutely fair Mr Taylors offer comes as are pease to the challenge Issued by At torney Robert B Franklin inviting him to return as a witness in the Powers case under promise of Immun ity It was made after consultation fi with his friends some of whom ad- visedl against It urging that so long as the Democrats held power In Ken lucky there were no possible condi tions under which Mr Taylors life and liberty would be safe In that StateDETERMINED TO BE SET RIGHT The exiled man was delermlnedhow ever that his enemies should not be- Vfallowed to make capital out of his to accept a proposition that to those unfamiliar with affairs In his native State might seem to be lair and honorable Realizing that the matter is one of national Interestand that his reputation as an innocent man wronged by political passion and pre judice Is at stake he decided to set tle for all time any question as to his rcadlness to face the charges that have been brought against him Now that the statement has been issued friends of Mr Taylor believe- th t his position and the strength of his cause in the public mind will be materially advanced The conviction exists here among those who know the conditions prevailing In Kentucky that the immunity offer was a pollti cal move made for use in the campaign now in progress in that State and they are convinced that Mr Tay lors attitude as made public tonight will turn the proposal of Beckham and his attorney into a boomerang react ing to the serious hurt of the Demo cratic State ticket MR TAYLORS STATEMENT Mr Taylor says In his statement For more than seven years I have borne In silence the slanders and per secutions of those who robbed me of what heaven knows was my own and vhoto conceal that crime against lib 1erty and for no other reason indicted and drove me into exile I trust an indulgent public will permit me now to break that silence Commonwealth Attorney Robert B Franklin knows that I have fully test lied in the Powers case by deposition This testimony is a part of the record of the case and is accessible to him Tat all times He knows too that he v had a right to crossexamine me at the time I gave it and did not do so unyfgrant such immunity and that were I S t to return under such promise of im munity I would at once be arrested denied ball and like Mr Powers be subjected to nothing less than a mock trial by a partisan court before a packed Jury and WIth a 100000 corruption fund as a powerful inccn live to conviction The law is clear that Mr Franklin or any other officer has no power to promise ImmunityI jjp OFFERS TO FACE TRIAL But inasmuch as Mr Franklin abounds in propositions and promises and seems enamored of the Idea thatC he can do things I will say this If he wllj In some way provide an abso lule guarantynot merely a promise a guaranty that will inspire confl denco among sensible levelheaded if ASlionest mena guaranty the spirit of 4 will not be violated though lliq letterbe observed that I will be 4 given a fair and impartial trial I will gladly return to Kentucky and submit to trial In other words iLMr Franklin will cause what remains Of the 100 000 corruption fund to be returned to 1the Treasury of Kentucky no part of Jittober used in these prosecutions 1 thus putting my case on the same C footing as other criminal cases will guarantee that all trial Juries In my j I 4r I UlrlghtIball will be granted me within the Inrns prosecuting witnesses except myself wIthoutImy case I will without any promise of immunity voluntarily and gladly return to Kentucky not only to tes tify in the Powers case but to sub mit myself to trial before a Jury of my native State SUDDEN DEATH JF G B SMITH Man of Splendid Qualities and Prominent in Pol itics George B familiarly known as dell Smith died at his home near Clear Run last Saturday night alter an illness of only a few days He was In Hartford on Wednesday but had been having malaria He sent for a physician Saturday Dr Taylor re sponded and succeeded in getting him comfortable He had some symptoms of appendicitis but it d not dowel aped fully About 9 oclock Saturday night he grew suddliiry worse and passed away surrounded by his tan ilyHis remains were laid to rest Sun day afternoon at Union Grove the services being conducted by the Mou ern Wpodmen of the World under dl rectiorfof Clear RunTodge Mr Smith was prominent In Republican politics having made the race for Jailer before the Republican Convention a few years ago and was defeated by Oscar Midkiff by only two votes He would have been a candidate lor Sheriff at the next election for county offices His many friends were greatly shocked by his untimely death Mr Smith was one of the very best citizens of our county and his death is a severe loss to his community Ho leaves a wife and several children to mourn his loss Notice to Farmers The Industrial Cooperative Associa tion of Ohio county Ky will have a big rally at Williams Mines on La bor Day September 2 1907 and all organized farmers and all laborers are cordially invited to cone and brine well filled baskets and have a good day There will be speaking by dis tinguished gentlemen and plenty of good music and everything that it takes to make a good lime Come Let us meet and have a handshake and know each other better DAVID MORELAND iDeath of Mrs Walker Mrs Amanda Walker wife of R M Walker who had been 111 for quite awhile died at her residence In East Hartford shortly afternoon Tuesday of cancer Her death was not unexpected as she had been very low for several weeks She was one of Hartfords best women and will be greatly missed She was In her GCth year and had been a faithful member of the Methodist church South since early childhood She was married to Mr Walker Septembers I860 She leaves a husband two daughters and one son a mothertwo sisters and two brothers besides numerous other relatives and friends to mourn her sad demise Funeral services were conducted by her pastor RevJ A Lewis assisted by Rev Frank Baker at the residence at 3 oclock Wednesday afternoon after which her remains were Interred at Oakwood cemetery Mr James F Sulleuger and wife Owens boro Mrs Dr J T Bethel Hender son Willie Walker and wile Lexington B F StAlenger and wino and J W Carter and wife and Mrs Susan Sullenger Concord were at the bedside of Mrs Walker when the final summons came The honory pall bearers were Capt S K Cox J C Riley F L Felix A B Pate R Holbrook and W H Moore Active RE L Simmerman M Barnett C P Keown HP Taylor A S Yewell and E B Pen dletbn v i k r ot REV JOHN T BROWN Who is conducting the revival at the Court House MONEY FOR STATE MILITIA United States Government Asked toPa y Half Wages While Not in Active Service to Hold up Standing of The Army A dispatch from Lexington to the CourierJournal contains the follow lug which will be of Intense inter est to all Slate Guards Secretary of War William H Taft while In this city lust week went over with Brig Gen Roger D Williams of this city commanding officer of the Kentucky State Guardthe details of a bill for organizing thu National Guard which Secretary Taft will prepare to offer to Congress at Its next session By the terms of the bill which has the support of President Roosevelt and will undoubtedly become a law the National Guard will be united more closely to the regular United States Armyfo which it will form a National reserve force The officers and men will be placed on half 1 IlJhen not In active service and officers of the regular army will have direct super vision and authority The present effective force of the National Guard Is about 300000 men but as the offer of half pay when not in service will be an attractive Inducement no difficulty is anticipated in increasing this force to 500000 This would enable the Government in case of war to place immediately In the field an army of half a million sol diers thoroughly trained and equipped for war The officers In direct com mand of this reserve would be com missioned as now by the Governors of the States to which the different organizations belong but they will be paid and equipped by the Nation al Government and will be drilled and organized under the direction of regular army officers to whose or ders they will be subject when the national exigencies require- It is not intended to abolish the small regular army as it now exists but on account or the small pay of the regular soldiers it becomes each year more difficult to secure recruits and it Is feared that it will soon be come Impossible to keep the regular army up to even its small quota if indeed It does not altogether melt away At present there are two dis charges for one new enlistment and It may be that the National reserve will eventually be called upon to per form practically all of the srevlco re quired of the regular army although with the large number avallablelhesc duties would not require a large part of their time The Dick law under which the present National guard is organized expires on January 1 and It will therefore be necessary to pass a new law and Secretary Tafts bill will be offered to this purpose 5 Heath of Little Girl On Saturday August 24 the darked king Angel of death visited our neigh i borhood and claimed for its victim little Catherine StClnir the youngest child of Mr and Mrs J R St Clair Little Catherine was a lovely little child To know her was to love her Sitoh is the Lords will for he says Suffer little children to come unto mo for of such is the kingdom of Heaven So weep not dear parents end brothers and sisters for she is standing with out streched arms beckoning you all on to glory where there is no more pain or death but rest and pence for ever and over May the Lord bless these parents and brothers and sisters In their bereavement is the of your scribe G J H Friedainl Ky August 27 1907 I Card of ThanKs Editor RepublicamAllow me through your excellent paper to express my sincere thanks to my friends and neighbors of Hartford and vicinity for their kind assistance during my sickness My husband also joins me in thanking them for their kindness MR AND MRS J W BEAR + u TRAINS COLLIDE IN MIDDLE OF BRIDGE Engine Goes Into River With Two MenBoth Escape Death Princeton Ky Aug 2C Traffic over the Illinois Central railroad which has been delayed since yesterday morn- Ing was resumed today a temporary bridge having been built to take the place of the structure which was torn away yesterday morning Two freight trains going at good speed collided headon on time bridge which is high above the waters of the Tradewater rivet One of the engines was knocked Into the river and the engineer and fire man went down with It but neither was more than slightly lnJuriedThu other engine stayed on the track but was considerably wrecked Cars were piled up on the bridge and several followed the engine into the river the bridge was so badly wrecked that It was Impossible for trains to pass over it and the damage will be great All passenger trains were delayed many hours by the wreck and some of the trains were sent to and from Louisville by way of Henderson The cause of the wreck is not known The bridge is about half a mile from Daw son Springs 41 How They Stood Last Friday The count of votes In our contest for EXPOSIItlonbe as followsII Miss Cora Thomasson Heflin 7840 Miss Mertle Williford Nocreek 6495 SOUTH SIDE Miss Bertha Plrtlo Hartford 16725 Miss Etholyn Jones Hartford R F 1154901MissMiss Ethel ThorpWilllams Mines 470 I Miss Stella Daniel Olaton265O- Miss t Mary B WlillamsRob Roy 6330 r r Wt S GROSS FRAUD IN PRIMARY ELECTION Willson Exposes Methods Used to Defeat McCreary Mo jntain Counties Seat of Untold Debauch in Favor of Beck ham and Hager In his speech at Plkesvllle last Monday Augustus E Willson Republican nominee for Governor exposed the methods used In the Democratic pri mary last fall In which McCreary was defrauded out of the endorsement for United Stales Senator and Hayes lost in the Governors race to Hager Af ter showing how the same gang had robbed the Republicans In the elec tion of 1899 and had appropriated the offices and Used the power which they gave them to further ambitions Mr Willson then declared that they had turned their fraud against men of their own party and showed up their crimes against the ballot In the fol lowing explicit language And the worst feature of this which 1 have a right to present to honest Democrats who think for themselves as a reason why they cannot honest ly suport the combination of Huger Beckham Co is that the State vary well understands now McCreary and Haycs carried the Democratic counties of Kentucky by a good majority and were beaten by gross frauds in time mountain counties not one of which can give a Democratic majority McCreary and Hayes belong to the old school and although outraged and humiliated by frauds timid crimes upon the primary they hold their peace and bide their timetoo honorable and manly to squeal I have heard at first hand from personal witnesses many explicit ac counts of the ayln which linger Beckham Cocarrled the Democratic primary in the Republican counties and have referred to them generally but I am going to state publicly here today what urns been told me by re spectable menof the facts of a particular case In point in Pike county I do not personally know the facts but I state them upon respectable In formation and state them here where they are said to have occurred to the end that if the statements made to me are not wholly true and accurate as I believe else I should not state themI may be correctly informed so that I shall not speak of it again HOW THEY WORKED IT In 1906 the Democratic primary was held on the day of the congressional election and Pike county In which I now speak gave Mr Langley the Ito publican candidate for Congress a good majority The banner Republican precinct in that county was Peter precinct and the world Democratic vote of Peter Precinct I am Informed was 59 voles for Mr Hopkins Demo crat for Congress and 2GO voles fie publlcan and Democratic altogether I am Informed by respectable men a primary has gone through with 1111 Peter precinct was Mr Clinea lawyer at Plkesvlllf now Democratic Cam paign Chairman of Pike county and that fn fact no Democratic primary was held in Peter Precinct and that unquestionably no form or pretense of a primary was gone thorugh with un til after the election was over and the people had nearly all gone homewhen the Democratic workers with perhaps three or four men made up and sent in to Pikevllle the county seat what pretended to bo time returns of the Democratic primary election at Peter precinct in Piko county on that day and by that return which was sent in and counted as part of the returns from the Democratic primary in Pike coun ty there were certified and counted 263 votes for Beckham and Hager against none for McCreary and Hays This was from a precinct which only gave fiftynine votes for Mr Hopkins the Democratic nominee for Congress on that day and at hat placoand only 260 votes In all and Pike county was returned as giving Beckham and Rage 1800 maorily when it only hud and voted that day 2100 votes GOT WRONG DOPE But there was another thing of very particular Interest in the story and that was a telegram from a State officer to Chairman Pinson tit Pike which read What Is your majority Pinson wired In reply Eight hundred The State officer wired back You mean lSOOdonfyou and Pinson an swered Yes and It came in the PIke county returns 1800 majority for ev ery man on the ticket The conscience of the State has been shocked by the alphabetical voting the pudding of registrations and voting of men that had ho existenceln order to cheat the Republicans In Lou isville but I submit to the honest Democrats of Kentucky that in the Democratic primary of 1906 and In the return from Peter precinct in Pike county which I am very positive Is only one of many such cases the crime perpetrated upon fellow Demo crats was just as glaring and shame less as anything done to Republicans ANNUAL MEETING OF THE OHIO COUNTY FAIR Grounds Being Cleaned up Track Worked and all Beautified for Occasion Time annual meeting of the Ohio County Fair will be held this year at an earlier and more appropriate date than for many years This fact of it self will no doubt add much to the suc cess of the meet as stockmen race horsemen and all fair exhibitors will still have their slock in excellent trim when the Ohio County Fair is held Heretofore the fair has often been held late and at late dates stock is considerably run down as compared to what It is at the beginning Notwith standing this however excellent stock has always come to Ohio county Fairs Another reason why this should be a banner year for Ohio county Fair is because there is no conflicting date near here The grounds are now being put in condition The track is being work ed the ampitheater repaired and the whole grounds beautified and every thing will be In readiness before the opening day The work is being done under the supervision of Mr C R Campbell who always does things right FOR THE BUSY READER A committee of the American Bar Association has formulated a set of rules to govern legal ethics which It is proposed to discuss at the next an nual meeting Floods which are believed to be the heaviest that have been experienced for years are reported from Central Japan Some villages have been com pletely submerged S A committee of the National House of Representatives appointed to in spect the various naval stations of the country will visit the New York navy yard this weekS Three fires within the space of a few hours al Paducuh caused a loss estimated at more than 56000 At one time It was feared that time on tire business section of the city would be wiped out SST- he influence of foreign trade sent wheat prices up the latter part of the week at Chicago after they hud declined from the earlier advance A weather bulletin from the Canadian Pacific railroad sent prices soaring Kansas may have a twocent railroad rate within the next few days simply by action on the part of the State Railroad Commission which will declare tin emergency to exist The rail roads ninny resist and take the case into court 5 Night riders walked into Ronkcas tie a small town in Trigg county and visited the home of Johnson Henrick Herrick wits called to the door and asked certain questions about shipping independent tobacco but nothing was done to him 011 operations in the Kentucky field have been such ns to greatly encourage the operators and the outlook is considerably brighter Good strikes have been made in Wayne and Wolfe counties and new fields are being test ed with good resultcs S The report of the Committee on In surance law brought about a lively discussion Wednesday before the Amen scan Bar Association at Portland Me Some of the committee recommenda lions were rejected and others modified Others still were uccepted in the entirety w E i L t i4j i Lf i i 2a 1 1 W PCOUNTYaI HART+ ORO KY September 1112 Ij and 14th 1907 i 1 4 Something for everybody to learn Something that will interest and instruct you The finest Horses in the State of Kentucky will be ex I hibited on this grand occasion A profusion of everything from Garden Farm and Dairy An aesthetic display of Art Needlework Painting IEtc There will be exciting Running Trotting and Pacing Races each day Increased premiums Enlarged purses Bigger better grander 42T than ever before A great display of Cattle Sheep and Swine You will see the best strains of Poultry of all kinds on exhibition there Many i amusements to please patrons Gorgeous and beautiful display of fruits Flowers and Vegetables Exciting Running Races each day by the ISi best horses ever seen in this section of the country 4- I Q a REDUCED RATES ON ALL THE RAILROADS 2 a tAll Shows That Usually Go With FirstC1ae Street Fairs 2 t NO DISCOUNTS ON FLORIAL HALL PREMIUMS WOMEN AND CHILDREN ADMITTED FREE FIRST DAY 2 r f rS tA Large and Commodious Dining Hall 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 j For Premium List and OtHer information Apply to ill ft ROWAN HOLBROOK Pres R E LEE SIMMERMAN Sec 2 aa a aaa2iBECKHAM AND FRANKLIN Powers And Taylor and the FormersAlleged Immunity Democracys Extremity Demands Heroic MethodsHence Frank j lins Grand Stand deSIJII11ateFranklins suggestion of immunity t II Gov Taylor If tits latter will return to Kentucky and testify in the Powers case Although considering the sources this to the mind of intelligent man is the most monstrous political conspiracy that can be imagined M Franklin and Gov Htckham can no moro give or enforce such Immunlt thnn they can control the course the Mare If Gov Taylor was such a fool aa to trust this promise of im Inuit the moment he stepped on Kentucky soil reward seekers and bitter parUvun opponents would arrest him on the chare of felony 4 and any private citizen could make such ar rest and tnke him before the Frank lin Circuit Court to answer trure the Indictment pending against him and that court would bo compelled to take jurisdiciiou of the case and hold him to answer regardless of any prom loo of immunity from Franklin and Heckbmn Thai this a rue Is well known to nil Intelligent lawyers rho rule is wen established in our Jurisprudence that whew A denfendunt is unlawful ly and forcibly abducted into a juris diction where a prosecution Is pend lug against him the court litre must take jurisdiction of and try the case regardless of how infamous or unlaw ful the abduction may have beonI that such court cannot Inquire IntoI or question the circumstances under which tho defendant was brought in to its Jurisdiction See the following United State Supreme Court cases where this rule is clearly upheld Ile r vs Illinois 119 U S 4SG Mahon vs Justice 127 U S 700 and Cook vs Hurt 14G 11 S 183 The rule was followed in the recent celebrated Hay wood case In Idaho The public gen erally Is conversant with the tact lhat notwithstanding JIa wood was kidnapped In Colorado and without any legal authority was carried into Idaho for trial the Idaho court P w I wlirro the prosecution was ponding assumed jurisdiction of and tried ho case j As the Governor of Kentucky represents the executive and not the judicial arm of the SUite government he cannot in any wise control immu ally and any proclamation or assur ance that he would guarantee immu nay would he an absurdity Both Mr Franklin and Gov Beck ham should know all this The sug goodIcy born of the direst extremity of theIllresentcould not in good faith accept and then they will exploit the whole matte with tho hope that they will make campaign capital and fool somebody They have certainly forgotten Mr Lincolns famous assertion You lht time It is preposterous for them to arrasrt Taylor in order to have Heckham par thatfa r pardon in case the immunity prom ise was violated Mr Franklin gives the whole matter away in the suggestion made in his letter to Cot Ileckham that it seems to me that so solemn and in comma honesty FO binding a pledge of Ken tuckys honor made by your excel lency ought to satisfy mind quiet any doubts or fears for his safely that oven Taylor or any of his friends or sympathizers at home ar abroad may pretend to entertain This was said by Franklin in reference to the guarantee that Beckham expected to give Of what value is a pledge how ever solemnly given that is without cconstitutional or statutory authority The courts would pay no more atten tion to such a pledge than to the pledge of any other unauthorized per son forever who would regard as being entitled to any consideration or weight the pledge to Taylor made by the man who robbed him of the Gov ernorshlp and who has ever since tried to destroy Taylor in order to cover up that robbery Even It Beck ham had the legal power to guarantee immunity would not Taylor be the prince of fools to trust such guaranty Is the man who robbed Taylor in 1900 the man who by his appiont meals of special Judges ever since has uniformally brought about the po sition of Powers and Howard and the acquittal of Hargis to be trusted to carry out any obligation of honorIAgain it Jso be noted that Mr Franklin annexed as a condition to the guarantee oflmmunty tat Gov Tay I ar t ti h for shall subject hlmslf unrrsWvea ly to an examination and crossex ami nation on the witness stand i open court This means of tours that Mr Franklin is to be the sole judge of whether Gov Taylor doe unreservedly subject himsrlf to sac examination and crossexamination If Mr Franklin should believe or pretend to believe that Taylor chough he might have undergone the most rigid examination and crossexamina dlyIu onI I for had not met the condition laid down for his return I If Gov Heckham really wishes to convince the public that he desires 1mIought to begun long ago to act with fairness mind de comity He ought to have so made appointment of special Judges In the Hargis cases as would have shown that ho used tho great powers of h- lotfeenut for partisan ends but fo justice alone In the Pow ors case he should have acted in like good spirit in the appointment of spe clot Judges and in discussion of the case from stump while he was a can didate for the high office of Governor If he and Mr Franklin were in anywise sincere in their present sugges tions of a fair trial for Powers and the others indicted with him they would discharge such cheap claptrap and campaign buncome as bogus imj munlty proffers and first refraining from rushing pellmell into the pub lie prints they would use their au thorities find powers of office to bring about such a condition of the judiclj cry as would as near as may possible permit fair nonpartisan trials Gov Beckham would urge the repeal of the 100000 bloodmoney appropria tion act Mr Franklin would allow ball to Powers He would refuse to engage In or permit the selection of jurors who felt greater allegiance to the Democratic machine in Kentucky than to the Commonweal of lien tucky or to the Lord God of Hosts He would see to It that the juries were not selected to convict the De fendants because they are Republicans nccordItngs genius and glory of our laws and In1 Btitutions that to the humblest most I Ithisr If Mr Franklins own life depend ed on the giving of these defendants fair and Impartial trial does 1bellove I ins tl Iiy M1rYtLJ ed in these cases In file past would be permitted in the future demandston part heroic treatment The Democratic fleckmh ofmoncengntttbe fanned and the fuel of party feud j heaped on the dying embers Hence thisveleventhhour offer of immunity and I before the ink is dry on the letters j passing between the Commonwealths Attorney and the Governor the whole j matter is given to tho press and ist in the mouth of ovary cheap dema gogue in the State Who will advo cate the election of these machine made candidates For this reason mind for no other is made this absurd Impracticable suggestion of immunity The trick is too plain It will require more than this to prop up the Democracy CITIZEN rIHoweWe offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hals Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co ToledoO We the undersigned have known F J 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 Klnnan Mar ran Wholesale Druggists Toledo 01 t IHalls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation HowTintoilisMadeJ used proIcommerce is a combination of lend with a thin of tin on each side IIt is made in the following manner a tin pipe fs made of n thick ness proportionate to its diameter proportion not given This pipe is then filled with molten lead and roll edOr beaten to the extreme thinness required In this process the tin coat Ing spreads simultaneously with the spreading of the lead core and con Un otisly maintains a thin even coat = centershootreduced to a thicknesS ot 001 inch or lesserValva World i awn W IeItM JifftttW i2J5J Ir I tfi Ohio County Supply Co I tncc rtxr tvdl t tfiHardware Machinery and all Kinds r 1 tfi of Farming Implements I tfi fiWe carry a complete line of Buggies and Surreys When youbuy a Buggy you do not want to make a mistake in material and ft 4 fT thereforeqtfi Agent Xf for the famous O er Chilled Plows Blount True Blue i sameJJ b Felt Roofing Myera Deep htDIsc Harrows of Field SeedstWe the I MitchellC1 Veering and Milwaukee M fi Harvesting Machinery fi We sell the best Gasoline Engine yon the market and Corn4 Crushers bitand Meal Mills to connect with same Lawn Mowers4mand bitSwings The largest supply house In Ohio county GIve If 4 call Prices always equitable us a b 1 I ww + Jut It+++++t++ H++++f+ t + 01 + O + + f f KENTUOKYi Co 1iINCORPORATED WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE JIT GOSTP i ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE j litOR I BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN T itr REACH r d M L IIEVR1NI r 11w I hal ager 1 v y Y by fl 1V 4 or U T w 9J fie i e 7 e Yn k1 PEONA6EPRAETIG ED IN KENTUCKI Suit for 20000 Filed on Account of Alleged Bondage Wifliam Madison Claims he Was Not Paid Beaten and Fi Wally Shot A suit for 20000 damages was filed in the United States Court ut RIch- mond Ky lust Friday by Williani Madison u laborer win claims Cincinnati us his home against Eugene Moynahan Son contractors at Nidiolasville Ky He alleges that 1the defendants willfully deliberate 5y and maliciously held him in peo d nage and on various occasions with out cause brutally beat him with clubs and on one occasion shot him three timesThe plaintiff alleges that from time to time he saw laborers severely punished with clubs and that a num ber of men in attempting to escape were shot one man being rnalmec for life that be often saw men un able to work from sickness compelled to go to work at the point of areIvolver The plaintiff alleges that ho himself was so badly treated besides being subjected to all kinds of hard ships and indignities that ho made ui his mind to escape at the first opportunity and that ono morning before daybreak he did escape and walker to Bealtyvillea distance of eight mile but was followed by a negro guard and at the point of a Winchester ri fle was compelled to return and re sumo his labors He also alleges that when a month was up they would not pay him would not let him stop work and would not allow him to leave He alleges that on July G 1906 he made a second escape and landed at Beattyville in safety The plaintiff further alleges that a short time there after he was attacked by Eugene Moy nahan who shot him three times once In the leg once in the side and once through the nose About the time he was recovering from his wounds he alleges that he was arrested on a warrant sworn out by William Moynahnn and sentences to jail upon an unfair charge and also say that while in jail he was visited by Eugenu Moynahan Al New ton and the jailer and was told if he would sign a certain paper which was then presented to him he would be given his freedom He alleges that he was not told what the nature of the contents of the paper was nor does he yet know but that he sign ed it and was released from custody and claims that he immediately went to Richmond Ky and that on the following morning he was accosted by an attorney of Beattyville and was told by him to leave the State of Kentucky and not be around at the trial of a certain case between the Moynahans and u crelaln newspaper The plaintiff alleges that in addition to having been brutally treated and shot he is now in constant fear to return to Kentucky and that he has been damaged In the sum of 20000 L Hunting For Trouble Ive lived in Califomla 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 A Chat With The Girls- I heard somebody perhaps it was a prude say the other hay that fashionably accomplished young ladles con sider is a disgrace to enter u kitchen or know how to make a loaf 01 bread Now we know some sensible girls who do not consider themselves disgraced if they are found helping their mothers and morever we know Xhat what the above mentioned prude gaud is true in many Instal1cesJ Society at the preset day demands that girls shall ho what they call accomplished and tal fulfill this demand the mothers of christendon teach their daughters that a knowl edge of all that Wl ngs to lifes du ties at home is not gtne of the require ments that manualtfubor must be con sonant with drawing room cultivation And so their lilly hands slip idly over the piano kay they waltz in the most approved style simper a little French or German quoth poetry and society say they are accomplished Doubtess they are and byandby as all mod win a hus ern fashionables do they band Now is there ono of their boasted accomplishments that will help tc make or bless a home We know that music is pleasant and home is not home where there ao no songs or sweet harmonies but a knowledge ol the piano will not help a woman dis charge her wifely duties and a smattering of French or an ability to waits gracefully will do but little towards prepares a palatable dinner for a f H w l ti a 1M u EGv Women WhoWear Well changefewIn a tho appearance and disposition of many women The freshness the charm tlic brilliance vanish like the bloom from a peach which is rudely handled Tho matron is only a dim shadow a faint echo of tho charming maiden There aro two reasons for this change Ignorance and neglect Few young women appreciate tho shock to tho system through tha change which comes with marriage and motherhood Many neglect to deal with the unpleasant pelvic drains and weak nesses which too often como with mar Tinge and motherhood not understanding that this secret drain Is robbing the check of Its freshness arid the form of Its fairnessAs as tho general health suffers When there Is dghmgement of the health of the delicate woma organs BO surely wh organs jtrtNuiablished In heal the ca and RhAtOHM witness tothelactlnf coma I owome he- ha mess tnt a- von terescrlntlon It makes woak women strong and sick women well Ingredi ents on label contains no alcohol or harmful habit forming drugs Made wholly of those native American medic byleadingeral schools of practice for tho cure of womans peculiar ailments brokettdownchildren also for tho expectant mothers to prepare the system for the coming 01 theroIsnomediclneouWso can do no harm in any condition of the system It Is a most potent Invigorating nicelyadaptedphysician qf large experience In the treat most of woman s ullrllmcnts lottetfreeInvalids Howl and Surgical Institute Buffalo N Y husband when ho comes home hun gry Modern girls have not I es ability than our grandmothers had the evil all lies in tie principles imbibed in early years If mothers will teach by word and deed that idleness is an accomplishment then what may we expect Where shall we look for the true woman the blessed homes in the years to come The woman who would fill lifes station nobly and well cannot earn too much If she falls in her home she will fail in all for there rest the basis of her ultimate successKeep tho pores open and the skin clean when you have a cut turn bruise or scratch DeWitts Carbollz ed Witch Hazel Salve penetrates the pores and heals quickly Sold by all druggists m WORK ON LINCOLN FARM HAS BEGUN A Civil Engineer is Making Prep aration for Early Work on the Construction The first actual work on the Im provements at the Lincoln Farm were begun yesterday afternoon says last Thursdays Larue County Herald On yesterday mornings train Mr W- F Kemp a civil engineer of Louis ville arriveul here under the employ of the Lincoln Farm Association for tho purpose of doing wrok on the Lin coln Farm The work which he is commissioned to do at the present time is to lay off eight acres of the west end of the farm into squares 25 feet by 25 feet giving all the eleva lions and the nature of tho soil to the depth of fifteen feet at different points of the eight acres The land thus embraced will Include the site for the museum at one end and the monumental shaft at the oth er Between the two there will be built the walk and driveway connect- Ing the two The object of learning the nature of the soil underneath is- o ascertain how deep they will have to go to secure the foundation for the museum building It Isthe inten Ion to go down until solid rock is met with as the weight of the build ing wily require a very solid foundation Mr Kemp Was not informed tho exact date of tho beginning of the work of construclton but it is known that twill begin as soon as tho material can bo got ready for shipment hero nearly all the malrlal for the build- Ing to be brought in A Valuable Lesson Six years ago I learned a valuable lesson writes John Pleasant of Mag nolla Ind I then began taking Dr Kings New Life Pills and the longer I take them the better I find them They please everybody Guaranteed at all drug sores 25c m BOYS SAVED GENER AL ROBERT E LEE Value of Young Soldiers ofthe South at Gettysburg I In an article in McCliires Mugnzinj l by the late Carl Shurz on the Bat tie of Gettysburg the statement Iii made that the general feeling in our ranks were that we had won a vie + tory and that we had now to reap 1ti3 fruits The instinct of the soldier demanded prompt aggressive move ment uponthe enemy and 1 thin the instinct of the soldier was rjght The strongest of our arm I corps the Fifth kept in reserve war substantially Intact Hardly any ot the otter corps had suffered so much as to be incapable of vigorous uctlor Their spirits were elated to genuine enthusiasm by the great event of the day An order for a gen oral advance seemed to be the natural outcome of the moment and many men in the ranks barely cried for it But it did not come Out skirmishers followed the retreating enemies ior a certain dis lance and then returned with their prisoners without having touched the positions from which the attacking party had emerged Then two or threo batteries of rebel artillery gal loped forth from the belt of timber which screened the enemys scatter ed forces They advanced a short dis tance unlimbered tired a few dis charges limbered up again and gal loped back probably to make us bo lieve that tho enemy although repulsed was still on the ground Infighting trim I do not remember having seen this fact stated in any of the histories of the battle of Gettys burg but I observe it with my own eyes and the impression is still vivid in my memory The following from the Boy Sol diers of the Confederacy by Mrs Susan R Htillof Baltimore Is cited by the author to show that to Par kers boy artillery is due the glory of having saved the army of Gen Lee from what might hl been a fatal pursuit Dr Hale says The battle of Gettysburg was won by boys whose ages averaged 23 We call those nue n- On the Southern side battles were lost or won by boys averaging 16 of ficers of hlght rank from 17 to 4sonobly fought that Gen S D Lee addressing Parkers boy battery after an engagement in which they had distinguished themselves said You are boys but you have gone this day where only men could go The re treat from Gettysburg was covered at one point by two guns of that battery which retreat had begun A Confed orate officer rode up to Capt Parker and demanded why he did not go Hi replied that he had no order from competent authority to do so Receiving ths order that little battery retired slowly following the regiments which were leaving the field In good order their officers walking backward step by step face to foe His tory presents no other such picture A United States officer stated afterward that his force was prevented from pursuing and attacking the retreating army by this battery as no one would have supposed it could have been left in that position without strong support IqrThose who have stomach trouhlenc matter hqw 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 Dya pepsla Kodol is 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 Old Age and Conscience Old age Is both venerable and re spectable but it should bo serene and cheerful and illumed with tlie placid content that sheds a mild light over every thirjg for why should Old age be gloomy and selfish or Irritable and illtempered rather than hale and hearty and wholesome There art numerous instances of old men who know how to keep with in laughing distance of their youth and why should not all discover the secret The answer to this is to be found among the things that are fundamental and when it is found it spells Conscience The ooooooooooooooooooooooo The effect of Scotts Emulsion on thin pale children is magical- It a makes them plump rosy active happya It contains Cod Liver Oil Hypophosphites and Glycerneto make fat blood and bone I and so put together that it is easily digested by little folk JALL DRUGGISTS r 600 AND SlOO V I +OOOO OOOOOOOOO OO I I t N lcII cJot t 1lB I gloomy raid toured ones who are at WJir witty youth and tho world and Vlo him the possession of number jess physical ailments would have easier and a happier time if they traced their troubles to Conscience It is their keenest and most painful ailment They may bent It down and Smoother it In the pride of life and jln he vainglory of their youth und lit my lie dormant a friendless and n forsaken thing for many years but jl Is bound to have Its innings at lust AVh n the body begins to show signs of physical wear and tear and the passions grow weak or die out al togfther and the legs acquire their premonitory wobble so familiar to ihe experience of mankind Conscience arises from its long rest refresher and relnvigroated and proocecds to take possession of the carcass amI use Its sharp and secret lash And what a pity this lashing cannot take place in the public eye In the mar ketplaces of the world In the midst df the assemblies of mGnJoel Chandler Harris in Uncle Remuss Maga zinc for September Raising From the Grave A prominent manufacturer Win A Fertwell of Lucama N C relates a most remarkable experience Ho saya After taking less than three bottles of Electric Bitters I feel like om rising from the grave My trouble Is Brlghts disease In the Diabetes stage I fully believe Electric Bitters will cure me permanently for it has al- I ready stopped the liver and blnddct complications which have troubled me for years Guaranteed at all druggists Price only 50c m Before and After Fur twelve months before they wn married she never went down towi without seeing him If she walker one block he always managed to In wailing for her on the corner snail Ing like an oyster on the half shell If she carried a package as weighty as a spool of thread ho took it from her by force for fear site would break a mainspring He wanted to call on her every night and woul have done so if her father had been dead He just simply existed niu that was all when out of her pros enct He was so considerate for her feelings he never went near her after taking a drink until he hat thoroughly overhauled and deodorizer his breath Twelve months after the they married and if he saw her downtown he dieted in a screen dour tc keep her from seeing him He saw her pass by with a heavy bundle but he never went out and offered to carry the load Perhaps it was better because he was already loaded himself He usually made it horn for supper and then went down town Important business This is what ion call before and after taking San Jones Neighbors got Fooled- I was Utterly coughing myself to death and had become too weak to leave my bed and neighbors predicts that I would never leave It alive but they got fooled for thanks be to God I was induced to try Dr Kings New Discovery I took just four one dollar bottles to completely euro the cough and restore me to good sount health writes Mrs Eva Uncapher o Grovertown Stark County Ind This King of cough and cold cures and healer of throat and lungs is guaran teed by all druggists 50c and 100 trial bottle free m Fashions for Thin Women The shoulderHut is an espeeiallj important one for tine thin A full 01 rimed shoulder sath is always pro Ierablo to u plaiuone and either flat stitched plaits or tucks curried down irons one to lour inches over the front and buck disguise tiu mviig r fsun as nothing else will Any of thosi stay bo emplcyiid at present In dtvss mists and in Eton or long coats Tha den should guide the slender woman ill hOI selection of the shirt waists 11 wool that are coming In the major ty of which are tailored affairs Ruf led sleeves airy ud gussnnit in nature conceal because tiiiy harmon ize with the thin farm whereas ihtck ruffles cause such a member to appeal iipestemisL itb it tracrgcg from thorn Harpers Buz r- The Killers It happened that ogee a man ran past Socrates armed with an axe lit was in pursuit cf another who was running from him at full speed Stop him Stop him he cried Platos master did not move What cried tho man with thc axe couUltt thou not have hornet ihis way He is an assassin An assassin What meanst thou Play not the idiot An assassin IE I a man who kills A butcher then Old fool A man who kills anpthei I man To be sure A soldier I Dolt A man who kills anothe man In times of peace I seethe executioner Thou ass A man who kills another I in his home Exactly a physician Upon which the man with the axe fled and is running slllUsNew Yorl j Life t L I c LrJ JINN nMN Sub x1wYn r n p e p wpb ill Nu A Preparalionfor slmJla ting the Food andBed ula ting theStomachs andBowcls of Promotes DigestionCheerrulIness and OpiumMorphine nor fineral I NOT XAHC OTIC I aoutrSAI b l1f fl cAI dNt iriScfiv vm rurrctt j forConstipaflon 1 Worms Convulsions Fcverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP j Facsimile Signature of 1 I i NEW YORK EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER 1 u r CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Alway s ght Bears tA Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA mcocetaue eCIIINT ncwroe crrr 1 IfI 1 Ic r OUR CLUBBING RATES I THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125TH- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 250 THE REPUBLICAN and Courier Journal 150I THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 17i THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood e150A- ddress all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500 Will loan money from 1 clay to 12 months This is your Bank Come In DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alvin RoweBurch Felix Jim Pubic Stevens Z Wayue Gritfiu gaoooaouwovoaoIi b i I4 TILLERS Of THE SOIL if 4 iCJ t Will Make no Mistake by Visiting the Reliable 5 44andWell Known Firm of ilC1 U- Q3 WILLIAMS MILLER f- C JJ 43 For anything they need on the farm They bit d4 handle Plows of all kinds and makes Disc jj t I Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows riding and i3 1 walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes and b j buggies for young folks and old folks j Ij 4 u bit I In Addition-We have the best equipped shopin Ohio county tt 4t fitted with the latest improved machinery and ap bit 4t plianoes and besides all kinds of general Blacksmith tt fi ing can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other = shops cannot do at all Everything at very moder ate prices bit = VVILLIAMS MILLER t4 BEAVER DAM KENTUCKY bit v if j f r ii It nC ucr f r id Hartford Republican bind by the Hartford Inbllshlng Company I1IfooapoICD C IEj BXKHKTTI Calfra OK ITHMM rsxE2XQ S- OtiiabrluuQ 34 Sub lV aa FRIDAY AUGUST 30 r Examine the label on your paper If Itte not correct notify us- ANOUNCEMENT We are authorised to announce WILLIAM FLENEB of Eait Dearer Dam recluct as a candidate for Jailer of Ohio cnunty subJct to the action olfhe llepnbllcaii party It Is not about time for Hager to fire the same old question at Willson Will you if elected pardon Powers The tone of the CourierJournl Indicates that it would be wiling to sacrifice a few flowers under like circumstances Clear the decks of Kentuckys ship ofState for a square deal for every soul in the CommonwealthAugustus- E Willson Willson is now assured of a large majority in Muhlenburg county The Central City Argus has begun to abuse and vilify him Is the oft repented assertion that Grover Cleveland is improving In health to be taken as indicating his willingness to run some more It is now pointed out that should the prosecution of the trusts continue the poor will suffer with the rich However that is better than for the poor to suffer alone How can Beckham and Hager ex pect honest Democrats to support them unless they clear up the charge of fraud specifically made by Mr Will son involving their title to nomina tion in the primary last November If the people of Kentucky want a man for Governor who has lived tem perance preached temperance and practiced what he preached they should vote for the Hon A E Will sonMt Sterling Gazette The temperance advocate who votes for Willson may rest assured that he not only helps along a man who is in thorough accord with him but can also be absolutely sure that he is not boosting a large quantity of booze into the executive chair at Frankfort Have the Trusts got the Hartford Republican with a down hill pull Hartford Herold No they havent got us with any kind of pull but you let congress pass another Willson Tariff measure and it is ten to one the Herald will wear a Cleveland badge on the seat of Its trousers i The Hartford Herald says that un der Democratic administration Ken tucky has expended over two mlllibifif of dollars for new institutions and departures We suppose depar tures Include the needless offices created which cost the State 50000 a year The Hartford Herald advances the theory that Hager Beckham Co should be elected because the present Democratic administration has de vised means by which it has been able to spend two millions of surplus cash which it has exacted from tax payers Well it may be a commen dable trait to be able to blow in the money but we have not so understood- It rRepresentativeDr of energy and anxious to do some thing to help old Kentucky out of the ruts He is possessed of splendid ability and can be depended upon to take a broad view upon all questions which may affect the material pro gress of his county and State You will make no mistake In giving him your vote and influence Democrat newspapers ask support DemIocratlcthe United States government got ready to settle a claim Kentucky pre sented against it for money furnished during the civil war Who be sides the inventive genii behind Dem ocratic campaign hot air bureaus would ever think of claiming credit for pulling Uucle Sams leg The death of exMayor Paul Barth bYhls own hands Is to be regretted by all No one doubts that Mr Barth was an honest man and that he had po intention of robbing the city of oulsville of the value of a horse There is no doubt that he was not elected Mayor of Louisville just as there is no doubt that Mr BIngham Jds successor was not elected County Attorney at the same election How wltht1eqoOkedtlon than Mr Bingham and we be 0 ts L lieve the stable needs watching mote now than then k According to tho Hartford Heralds narrow Interpretation of ExGovernor Taylors offer to voluntarily return to Kentucky for trlul1f guaranteed ja fair hearing it would be impossible for Mr Franklin and Governor Beck ham to comply with his requirements In Taylor only asks that his case e putfon ihesame footingasothercrini- inal cflses If the Hartford Hel11d and the coterie for whom it stands will not consent to this then they will not consent to a fair trial for Mr Taylor And If Taylor Is refused a fair trial who knows but that any other Republican who may be accus ed of crime is in danger of receiving just such treatment from the hands of the gang Major David Castleman a lifelong and lending Democrat of Lexington fri announcing his intention to quit the Democratic party gives the follow ing as the basis of his action in so doing When the Democratic party makes common cause with a band of assassins when the Democratic Governor seems to have promised Immun- Ity to the chief nsssassln in return for so many votes in the Democratic Sen atorial primary then the only thing left for the decent citizen is to des troy the party in which he was born There are thousands of other Demo crats who see the situation as Mr Castleman does but they are too tim id to speak out They will vote in line though It is perfectly evident that Governor Taylor in his offer to return to Kentucky for trial has knocked the wind out of a nice little piece of po litical buncombe To any fair mind ed man the conditions named by Tay lor must seem reasonable No one will deny that he should be tried by a fair Judge No cane can deny in the light of the treatment of Hargls that he should be grunted bail No one will deny that the bribe fund should be turned back to the State and no one with enough fairness to entitle him to respect wll deny that he should be given a jury made up of both parties These are the condi tions laid down and if not accepted the blame will be placed where it be longs Beckham and Franklin are no doubt disappointed as they only made the proposition that he should return 1o give testimony in the Powers case It is too bad Taylor had no right to spoil their little game by going them one better I cannot think of a more laugha ble picture than the nominee for Governor of the modern remains of the old whisky Democratic party posing as an apostle oS temperance and re buking all others who dare stand for the cause and I wonder what sensi blethlnklng people In Kentucky think of the good faith and earncsness of the Auditor in this cause when pro testing his devotion to temperance he reaches to heaven the hand that cash ed the check of the Central Consumers Company the organization of the teeer and saloon interests for 3500 and for which as the Rev Dr McLaughlin states he was credi ble informed Mr Hager had promis ed to protect the saloon interests and to appose the county unit bill and GoVt Beckham had indorsed this in the Louisville and Nashville depot at Tenth street md Broadway Louis ville and they did in fact oppose the county unit bill as long as they dar ed and when the Republicans mov ed to substitute the Cammack bill which applied the measure to all coun ties Beckham and Hager defeated the substitute and left the bill as it was exempting counties with cities of the first second third and fourth classes Augustus E Willson ExGovernor W S Taylor in res ponding to Bob Franklin and Gov ernor Beckhams alleged immunity propositions about which Democratic newspapers have been parading and cavorting for the past few weeks says If he Franklin will in some wayprovide an absolute guaranty not merely a promise a guaranty that will Inspire confidence among sensible levelheaded honest men a guaranty the spirit of which may not be vio lated though the letter be observed lmparItinl ber of upright Republicans I will glad ly return to Kentucky and submit to trial In the light of the treatment acconded Jim Hargis a Democrat and In view of the fact that solidly Democratic juries have tried him 1n every instance and in view of the further fact that the offenses charged against Taylor and Hargis are identically the same If this Is not a fair proposi tion and does not forever silence the clamors of the unscrupulous gang who have hounded Taylor for seven years and denied Caleb Powers ball or any sort of fair or decent trial will some one in an intelligent Manner explain wherein the unfairness lies and whyI the gang should not subside Wanted Two good men for soliciting Good 8yttoirlg1itpartl Call atithle of fice September 7 1907 h OHIO POSTMASTERS =Seek to Improve Service gas Well as Increase Modest In come Narrows Ky Aug 28 R land Ing to a cull by S W Gaines postmaster at Fordsville a enyentlon of Ohio county postmasters of too fourth class met in Fordsville Tuesday and organized a county union Owing to the heavy rain fulling nearly nil over the county that morning the number of postmasters present was not us large as was expected but an organization was effected and elected S W Gaines of Fordsville President Wal ter Russell of Rockport Vice Presi dent and J H Thomas of Narrows Secretary and Treasurer The convention adjourned to meet ut Hratford Saturday September 14 at which time we hope too have every postmaster in the county to Join the union The Poslofflce Department encourages the organization of the postmasters because it results in a more efficient service and is at the same time a productive agency in correcting the needs of the posloffice service In addition to improving the service It is the purpose of the orgunizatino to improve the modest income of the postmasters The postmasters of the fourthcunss are the only class of Federal employes who are required to furnish their own equipments and the demand for rent fuel lights and furniture equipment is such u reason able one that we shull get it at the next session of Congress if we can get the matter Impressively put before it Let every postmaster attend the meeting at Hartford September 14 and effect a strong organization and send delegates to the State meeting which convenes in Louisville September 17 If there are any postmasters who may find it absolutely Impossible to attend the meeting of Hartford they should not fail to send 100 the mem bership fee either to me or to the State Secretary at Stllhton Ky and they will receive membership card by mail J H THOMAS See 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 be held in the beautiful grove at Williams Mines Come out everybody and brig well filled baskets Among the features of the day will be speeches made by the best speakers obtainable There will be two balloon ascensions one in the morning and one in the after noon There will also be a baby show premium for best looking baby 500 ages to range from one to eighteen months Other enjoyments will be sack foot egg and potato races There will be a march led by the A S of E and U M W of A the 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 fjfso be an abundance of ice water on the ground There will be a baby show and tlie premium will be 500 Ages ranging from one to eighteen months old Given under my hand us Secretary of the Industrial Cooperative Association this 21 day of August 1907 CHARLES W MULLIKIN SMALLHOUS- Aug 29Mr L B Overhulls vent to Owensboro Friday and spent Fri dna night with his cousin Mrs James S Trunnell Utica and returned home Sunday I Mesdames Charlie Overton and Alva j Calloway and Miss Maude Calloway were the guests of Mrs James Trun nell Utica lust Friday Saturday and I Sunday I Misses Flora Theima and Emllcni Jagoe Owensboro were the guests oi their grandmother Mrs Sallie Drake last week Mr T R Barnard Hartford wad in our midst Sunday afternoon 7tIrs Jennie Moreland Owensboro has been visiting in the vicinity recently the guest of Mrs Sallie Drake and Mrs George Reid Mr Ross Morton and wife and sis ters Misses Atherton of Livermore have recently visited the family of Mr Sam Morton Miss Ethel Hunter and brother Mr S E Hunter attended baptizing at Central Grove Sunday p m and meet ing at Centertown Sunday night Misses Ethel Hunter and Oma Mad dox were In Hartford Monday Mr Owen Hunter has n bran new rubber tire buggy- S T Hunter and Mrs J R Hunter are on the sick list drC O Hunter visited at Hartford Sunday The steam grader is la our dot at work on the M H and E railroad Mrs Erskipe Fulkerson Is the gut I Jt 110 r 0 of her uncle Mr James Bennett near Mdtanzas Mrs T Lawrence went to Rockport on business Monday MrsS Lo Fu orson is spend ing this Jcln this vicinity Mr John Fulkerson went to Rock port Sunday Miss Ethel Curtis is the guest of her cousin MtekBeru Ross Center town this week MrJess Klrlley went to Livermore Sunday Rev Lawrence Beavef Dam filled his reguInjiBiii olntment at Smallhous church Saturday and Sunday There wIts a plcnic at Mr Will Hills Saturday afternoon and ice cream supper ut night Mrs Jess Everley Ceralvo was the guest of Mrs WSHill Friday and SaturdayMr Bullock and family visited the family df Mr Thomas Bishop Mutanzits Saturday and Sunday Mr O W Overhults went to Ce ralvo Sunday morning Miss Vera Curtis Evausvllle who has been visiting her cousin Miss Edith Curtis has gone to Centertown and Hartford to visit relatives InstituteExpenses Amount received from enroll ment of teachers 12700 R H Holbrook Instructor 8000 Board and bus fare of R H Holbrook 600I O TV Edge Secretary John Morton Janitor 500 Printing Program 400 Printing Memory Oems 500 Printing Certificates of AttendIance Hauling Piano u 500 Use of Piano 500 Diploma Ribbons 120 Postage 150 Ice S 40 Paper 16 Total Expense 12200 Amount left to Library 500 Very truly JAMES M DeWEESE S C S Notice For Sale The committee in charge of the In metIin call session and prices for the different privileges to be placed in the ground at Williams Mines grove September 2nd Labor Day Lunch stand one of each for white and colored price 15 Doll or baby rack one of each price 5 Cold and soft drinks one of each price 15 General notion stand one of each price 15 Persons desirous of obtain ing any of the above named privi leges will call on or1 write CHAS W MULL1KIN Secretary of the Industrial Cooperative Association McHenry Ky BEAVER DAM Aug 28Rev Lewis filled his regular appointment here Sunday morning and night- Born to Mr and Mrs Alex Rhoads on the 27th inst a boy Miss Tlnnle Hayes of Rochester is the guest of the family of J P Mc Kenney for a few days lastweek Miss Marlam Rhoads entertained the Ladles Flinch Clujp lost Friday Miss Dora Wallace of Spring Lick is the guest of her sister Mrs S B Van Meter for a few days Mrs Daisy Wright of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs O Stevens for a few days Mr Theodore Sowders has returned home after a few days ut Dixon KyMiss May Hines of Rockport spent Sunday in town Mr Morton Williams spent a few days in the country last week Miss Lillian Blr and Mr Ernest Coleman Miss Bunnie Render and Mr Harrie Rone spent Sunday at Sulphur SpringsMrs Jno T Davis who has been sick fbr some time Is not improving any Special Excursion to Louisville Leaving Cairo 111 on Sept 3rd returning leavo Louisville September 5- Rate for round trip 175 from Beaver Dam Ky J E WILIAMSAgt Buy Hair- atAuction At any rate you seem to be getting rid of it on auctionsale principles going lolngI go= d clStop the auctionI with flyers Hair certainly checks falling hair no mistake about this It acts as a regular medicine makes the v scalp healthy Then you must have healthy hair for its natures way The bed kind of testimonial Vftold for over sixty years aIdeI 1 j h WILL EXHliBIT j AT f BEAYERDAMTuesday jJ j sTE GREATr Y J I q hUNK TOURER ryi1 AS EARTHS LARGEST AND BEST REPRESENTATIVE TENTED ENTERPRISE I 3 RINQSAII Double Length R R CammeFougtalnsfrom which New 1 3 STAQES103 Educated Quadrupeds es d Sen 3 MENAOBRIESllOO People and Animals iiFeatured The 3 Cages Dens Floats Talk of the Times abroad I and at homeI Americas I ITT 3 HORSE FAIRS300 Star Performers Onlp Shows which lava 3 SPECIAL TRAINS 41 Jolly Clowns circumnavigated theslobei I I DELIGHTS BY OUR CONGRESS OF CELEBRITIESI I it FLOODING FEASTS OF NEW l They Have no Equals They are Matchless In Marvelous Wonders I1111- 1 TreatDont Walt to See Others IIThe Years Best THERE ARE DOn I I1Seats for 11000 Persons beneath our Sun and waterproof Tent TiRINGIN SUREME SURPRISE L P AGES BY RISKSLIMB AI i FREE To EVERVIIOIJVrnTWICE DAILY ON Most DIRECTLY AFTER THE PARADE AND AT 630 PlIIL BloodChilling and Priced Open Air the ever seen Presented exactly as shown inpicture above Dpnt Miss Hf thcBFertetLIVING PHENOMENA OF EVERY RACE CLIME ostcurlou DCOUNfR s Creatures tT MILESTOWrrNESSITCLE 1IlIYELEWtMaa t Oat P I e lrettyLdfet asd aastllA eoru i LsatlwEVERY MOMNING RAIN OR SHINE AT 10 cLCkJ p et a i4 n 1 FyI 10 rt C T o I jf t FAIRS i I I r Clothing and Shoeso j Lt Every young man wants to pgo neatly dressed and he also wants to know exactly where to go to find his outfit We want to extend hiih a special invitation to visit us We de- s r VOteoneentire room exclu- sivelyto Clothing Shoes and its and can beyond doubt please you in style price and quality Try us I OUR SPECIALS- Thesei are the celebrated Shield brand and our Sterling Clothing all handworked buttonholes and benchtailor9 ed None so good none so cheap We have now our entire line for fall on display and can show you the REAL NEW IDEAS for the coming season Our Suits at 1000 1250 1500 and up to 20 are just what any young man J of stylish taste would want Clothing but come direct to u It is conceded by men who I Ztmerlcan wear Fine Shoes that our Shoe Sentlemait stock is uptodate our styles SHOE better our slections larger t and our prices lower than those of our competitiors Our Purro Jap Patent Leather Style 1026our Hamilton Brown in Vici Dun Ial Gun Metal or Box Calf are calf kak niexcellent wearers andshould EiIiarJ OffteP heeL Price Hjioj please those who want neat Too tidy footwear Visit us and- we promise to please you in Price Style and Quality Clothing and Shoe Headquarters Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 3- 0i111noisCentraIRaliroad Time Table North Boned Month Bound No 182 due 407 a m NoUlIUi U81u m f I Ho17doe1950pm No Ill dne 248 pm t No 102 dee 248 pm No latent 940 p ra For Furniture visit Carson Co- WANTEDChickens Eggs and Pota toes CARSON CO J B Rowan Heflln called to see us Wednesday Mr S M Dexter Centertown call ed to see us Monday Visit Q ft Barakats five and ten cent store In Hartford House Mrs T D Renfrew and children city are the gests of relatives In ill note Ribbon Thread Buttons plenty of them at GE Barakats five and ten cent store r FOR SALE CHEAPOne new Studebaker Wagon Apply at once to the Hartford le Co ltf r i Sheriff R B Martin and familyat 4 tended the family reunion at Mr Bs F Fleners last Sunday IVe always pay the highest market price for Chicqkeos and EggsICARSON CO Messrs 1JI Black and E L But llngtoSi are attending the fair at thlsweeklOt i Mr J H B Carson left Tuesday for Cincinnati to purchase fall goods t He was accotbpaniedby his wife Messrs CM an BenTichenor neiu bwenBltorp were In our midst t this week prospecting for term = lands illMrJohn Wesley Taylor and wife MABdferEi JtfbrrUoh aid wife made a- bviit t0the Mammoth CaveTVhfevarst 7 t at the weecntV rat 1 j t to i 0 I Mr G Davis Royal Fordsvllle was a pleasant caller Tuesday I Rev G H Lawrence Beaver Dam called to see us last Friday ISupply your kitchen needs at Bar akats five and ten cent store Miss Matlle Luce is slowly recov ering from a severe attack of malaria fever Messrs H L Taylor and William GaInes Rochester were pleasant call ers Tuesday Miss Maggie Marks returned Mon day from a few days visit to friends in Fordsville Mr and Mrs Ed Stewart and little daughter of the Goshen nleghborhood called to see us last Saturday Messrs J1 Taylor Beaver Dam and J A Cheek Fordsvllle were pleasant callers last Saturday I Mr Ji L Carson who has f been 111 at his home Jn East Hartford for sev I eral weeks Is able to be out again Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work ra t Prompt delivery Agent Rlfchinojid Laun dryti 4Ctf Mr and Mrs J Fb vickers city are absent on a visit to the Jamestown Exposition and other eastern points v Mr W G Angell and famllyofJ Pool Ark are the guests of Mrs AngellB father Mr i B Stogner Centertown I Mesdames Wm and George ForI man gave a delightful Euchre last Friday night in honor of their visit orB Misses jRebecca I anji Nancy John son 1J i You really dont know how many useful articles ybijyirfan t ttor five and ten cents until youylslt Burakats five and ten cent olrtf itf the Hart ford House t Mlsees Rebecca and Nancy Johnson Bardstowntf who htvesifeen the guests of family ofTpij JVjfaj Forman 1eftfiir home byywayof Evansville on the boat We Three r r t t1 w- qt I S44 I r I u Assessor Slim W Leach Rob Roy called to see us Monday Mr Luther Lxswis Not eek callsd to see us last Saturday MissIMr L C Goering Owensboro was the guest of his friends here last Friday andSaturday Judge and Mrs W B Taylor attended the burial of Mr William I James at Hopewell last Saturday Capt A B Stanley who has been quite II at his home at Beaver Dam for several days Is slowly Improv- Ing J W Parrlfi of Colorado is via Ring his grandparents Mr and Mrs J A Park He will remain ono month Mies Olive Carson hits gone to Louisville preparatory to accepting u position with Mn 1 S Pope at Wllson vllle Ala Miss Katherine Jones city was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J C Jones near Rochester last Satur day and Sunday Mr Rowan Holbrook is painting and otherwise improving the resi dence property recently purchased from the Misses Thomas The Central City Argus IB trying to demonstrate to an amused public that it is a labor organ In doing so It certainly labors hard Mrs G D Royal who has been ill of typhoid fever at her home in the Fordsville neighborhood for sev eral weeks Is slowly improving WANTEP AT ONCE 100 teams 325 per day Walton Wilson Rodes Co- Hartford Ky Master Thomas Barnard son of Mr L T Barnard fell from a horse Sun day afternoon and broke his arm He was attended by Dr A F Stanley and at last report was getting along well Mrs J E Davidson city old Mrs T A Fowler Gulfport Mississippi who is the guest of Mr and Mrs Davidson called at The Republican office Monday Mr T F Simmons has about com pleted his Job of rebuilding the levee north of Hartford and has contracted for a small section on the railroad near Muddy Creek bridge By reason of an error we stated In reporting the calling of the conven tion to nominate a candidate for Jail er that same would be held Friday 16 and It should be Monday September 16 The Schroeters will be at Hartford wharf with their Floating Studio In time for the fair They are making Dontjlfallwhile attending the fair 7tf 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 Dr J A Duff Republican nomi nee for Representative willed to see us while here last Friday and Inform ed us that he would start out at once on a close canvass of the county in the interest of his candidacy and would keep It up until the election I Mr John H Glenn Drakesborohas moved to the property adjoining east Hartford recently purchased from Mr F M Westerfield Mr Wcslerficld and family have moved to the Mar hiptestMr and Mrs Thomas B Petrie andI two little daughters who have the guests of Mrs PetrIes parents Judge and Mrs J E Fogle left last Friday for Trenton Ky where they will spend a few days the guests of relatives after which they will return to their home at Brazil Ind Elsewhere in these columns will be found the announcement of Mr William Flener for the office of Juiler of I Ohio county Mr Flener lives in Enst Beaver Dam and is a lifelong Republican If nominated he would make n strong candidate and would be a sure winner in tHe final election Mr William I James died at his home near Wysox last Friday ev ening age 84 years His remains were interred at Hopewell cemetery Saturday evening The deceased is survived by three children Thomas James of New Mexico H L Taylor and Mrs Jtrmes4hull of OhIo j county Sometime asp some one qt our cor respondents in reporting tbedeath- ot I a good lady stated that she was 84 years old and bile of the oldest la dies in the county Mh J W Barr tells us that Kefhasran aunt Hying I with hlm4rs Liza Jane SmUeywhoI w s 88 yeartfold on Au iiifcbeen born lia 51819 Thte age Is I rarely reached by any one yet Mrs j i Smiley 11s tn goad 4 eatbi and may- liveeevela7 y at8lyetl f tla I io 11 IaIo 1 b Mr C J Maxey Leaver Dam was tt pleasant caller yesterday 4 tar John H Barnes Cashier Beav pr Dam Deposit Bunk wits a pleas tint caller yesterday MIss Hiillle Barnett will give a re ception next Monday afternoon from 4 io 6 oclock in honor of Miss Fan nie Cyx who is to be married on Wednesday During the wind and eltctrlc storm consldurublehittiifer of tobacco crops near Beda were badly damaged Mrs Mary While of Charleston SIo has returned to Hartford from u few weeks visit to relatives at Lex parentsMr C H Hoggett who is conduct ing tilt singing at the Christian revival Is selling the Reference Passage Bible which is worth the while of tiny one to examine and those who can should purchase It I j The Hartford Baptist Sunday school will have a picnic at tho fair grounds I memIIbervited laid expected to bring lunch and I spend die day Members of Home I and Cradle departments are expected to come I The series of meetings at the Court- House conducted by Rev W Bj Wright began last Sunday night Bro Wright id being ably assisted by I Rev JnoB Brown of Louisville with Mr C H Hoggett In charge of the vocal music Miss Mary Keown is presiding at the organ Bro Brown is an able divine and no one can af ford to miss an opportunity to hear him I The Rod men had a well attended meeting Wednesday night Two ap plications for membership were re ceived and one paleface received the Adoption degree The weather was very warm but the team put on the work in an excellent manner and the candidate was highly pleased with the first degree There will be work in Ullthethat Unfits Everloy a resident of the Point Pleasant neighborhood while passing i n rough Perry TJchenors tobacco patch one day lust week noticed a plant that was so badly worm eaten that he concluded to examine it tp on examination he found 92 worlUsI and two eggs Tobacco very numerous everywhere this but this is the greatest number larI duced by one plant of tobacco yet re pohe CoxGoodin Cup and Mrs S K Cox announce the coming marriage of their daughter Miss Fannie Brotnerton to Mr Al bert Vernon Goodin of Charleston Mo next Wednesday September 4 at high noon The ceremony will take place at the home and will be very quite only u few Intimate friends be ing Invited Land for Sale FHtyfour acres good farming land for sale one mile from Hartford on pike Will go at a bargain- F M WESTERFIELD Harrison Flener Reunion The descendants of Mr Harrison Flener deceased held a family reunion at the residence of Mr B F Fle ntr last Sunday Two hundred men women and children mostly relatives of Mr Flener were present A boun tiful dinner was served and all en joyedthe day very much In the afternoon at 2 oclock Rev A B Gardner conducted religious services preaching an able sermon to the crowd in u nearby grove It is quite unusual for so many descendants of one person to be together in fact few men are sur vived by so huge a number of direct or lineal decenclants Family reunions are grand occa sions and should bo more extensively practiced The well known and popu lar Third Kentucky Regiment Band has been employed and will make music for the Ohio County Fair which begins September 11 continuing four days NoticeSulphur Springs Local Sulphur Springs Local Union No 1 A S of E meets In regular ses sion at McGrady school house Satur day August 311907 We would be greatly pleased tosee every member of our local and adjoining locals pres entas it will of course bo to the Interest and benefit of yourself and neighbor friends to bo present Remember we have arranged for the 31stI A very interesting and business pro gram which will be carried out to erfeclionYou can also then be in Attendance at the big Equity rally and hear learned men talk publicly In the interest of this great organiza tlohA Fraternally D D MURPHY Seereturq 1 u i- JI 1- S l oW WtA1IV J FACTS r FORTHEkr PEOPLE t IJ Facts are not always taken as facts by the wary or unwary Things have been J told for facts which afterwards proved to nowinoytA j i it if we felt so inclined J FACT NO IAt this season of the year no prosperous store has a full stock of ev erything FACT NO 2Any sensible mercharfi 3 strives to reduce his stock to the smallest possible amount i FACT NO3The dollar we save you isl now worth fully 100 cents to you j OTHER FACTS are that we will sell you goods of quality cheap give you the best 1 service we can and strive to please and 1 satisfy our customers fij Our lines of Shoes are getting strong We j are particularly proud of a line just receh J eda line for everyday wear for women ant children a line not so pretty but so goodS shoes that wear allsolid like you used to buy Medium in price We refer to the I Goodman line Call for these Shoes when j you want something that will wear well 5 u BARNARD COj Hartford Ky IJ n JIll ffl n n nlJIn li 1J WWJl7WVV7V J JRLII W BIG I TALK i 2 Therell be lots of it now The i discount season when the windy jj announcements of big discounts on Clothing appear These spasms j always come two or three times I a year OUR DISCOUNT SEASON 4 rLASTS DURING THE WHOLE YEAR We have built up our mammoth business by selling at lower prices than other stores In the Suit line you wIllalways find by comparison that our prices are from 1 to 3 less on the same quality than elsewhere We know that this is the best I method for building up and hold= J ing business You can save from 50c to 1on Hats and Furnishing Goods and always a less price here than elsewhere on every= c thing Come in and see about it I U Carson S Co HartfordK INCORPORATED y 1 JMBflK CCC1177V fi 7VC V nCTlz iI+ 3f gtr fS 1i TTht r1i T11lrJTLL41 liHOSTDRESSED IN DLA C STEERED STEAMER Crew Saw Spook at The Wheel And Swear to The Story Juts twentysixyears agp this month I left Glasgow in a fullrigged ship of the City Line being a midshipman of the comlmnyTO were bound around the Cape of Good Hope to Calcutta Vieighteendrums got a fair wind from the wfoward When in the locality of the De Verde Islands the Captain set the course for the night leaving the c on the cabin table with PCUC course for the second officers guiused danceIn the middle watch while I on deck on the opposite side of root beck from the officer the CaptatLcalled for me and Inquired who had tampered with the chart I replied that I had seen no one go down 0I1tlow through the companion way lIe then called the officer sand in quired of him he also denied any tjHemarked course again to the correct course It had been changed to aftalso other course by some unknown i 1 rsx sonIa rage called the officer down called the first officer surd steward out of their cabins and demanded rhojust had been playing the fool with him by tampering with the chart XoI body knew of the OCCUI11mceIIDisbelieving and in a passion hetagain changed the course lo the crest orlubearings and warning the officers on watch to keep a sharp lookout went to his berth but lay down w the door of his cabin open commlmde ing a view of the saloon table with rjInwere watching a man dressed in tin Is ordinary black gentlemans suit came for the fore part of the saloon outlaps of the companionway and approachr4 Ing the table hastily penciled till UingThe captain dumbfounded at flat ratones n stranger on a merchant vessel when three weeks out of port sa nothing but recovelrftg himself sprung out of his bunk roaring Who are you 1 The person pouting to the chi started toward the companionway the Captain springing often him In the companionway he vanished i A No one ever came on deck where we were waiting to catch him haul ragA seen all and thinking possibly it was stowaway though how he could have lived and where hidden himself was incomprehensible W- All hands were then called and n complete search of the ship was made the Captain seeming to think that the man must have slipped past us deck doubting the possibility of t vanishing being no believer in spin ltAndual manifestations until then No trace of anybody was found Then the captain after conferring To with the officers changed the orders and we followed the course given by the apparition The next morning at about H we came up to u boat loud of people who had taken to the boat from a burning ship On the boat approaching the rail a man cried out There fa the man I saw In my dream pointing to the If captain Me claimed to have seen tht captain aiid to know that he would be saved by him in a dream ifhe prey i ous nightrlslYet thf man was not dressed liAe tarrh the apimriiion not did he look likeski him lour parties saw the nppflrition t Mcond officer captain mall at theisWheel end myself This account w logged and can be verified Now Tot World i lanta We never ropeat of eating tooI little was one of the ton rules of life of Thomas Jefferson aIlllentIof the United Status and the plies to every one without exception njgiistitles to be digested when the blood is at high temperature At this sea sou we should eat sparingly and prop visited erly We should also help the stom ach as much as possible by the um of a little Kodol For Indigestion aim meebyall druggists med BlckMakeaccording to the formula used by Edwin Booth said the man with a Southern accent That is the third man who has can asked for that kind of tobacco said the dealer It is strange th people from remote parts of the coun want try as well as New Yorkers make a fad of buying the same brand of to bacco that Booth smoked And Isnt always the Booth mixtures that Dr I 101 t toCbacco of many famous persons Smg kers the country over Jiave heard of this collection of recelpes and one feature of every mans trip to New York is to try a pipeful of amok York is to try a pipeful of Home big maws favorite Ip1caco In most cases the special mixture Is so strong that the nerves ol thu Average smoker can not stand it He has to give up after a few pipefuls slid go back to a popu lar mixture but he has the sallsfac lion of having had the experience New York Sun John Rlha a prominent dealer of ning In says I have been selling Kidney and Bladder Pills r about a year and they give better satisfaction than any pill I eves sold There are a dozen people here who f have used them and they glue perfect I havefledI by all druggists m A Memorytne of Thomas and Evaline Davis who wits born In Ohio county Ky February 20 ISSli Joined the M E church south Marvins Chapel December f 1901 Was married to Mr Reuben F Unlze August 1C 1903 Died at her home at Taylor Mines Ky July 19 1907 of fever ago 21 years 1 months I 29 days She hits left u husband and two little boys Arvin taut Cecil a mother threw brothers and sisters and a larg number of other rehillves and friends to mourn her departure Yet our loss Is her hitIndwas going to a heavily Loran and before her departure she requested those at her hudKidi to meet her heaven And as her mother was on account of the sickness of writer hereof us it was our lot bo down with typhoid fever at the time Daisy said to those meettiltto see her but Daisy died just a few moments before her mother ar ed We believe that she had made peace with God and that her spirit now roaming In that land of bliss the home of the redeemed and per is beckoning to some wayward or friend as well as those who are trying to lead an upright chrls life to meet In her heavenly honw would say to all the bereaved not to mourn for Daisy as for one who had no hope but look unto HerheJ11t1 dale cemetery on July 20 In the pres sorrowingtrturrection morn precious one from us has gone A voice we loved Is stilled place is vacant In our homes Which never can be filled Jesus while our hearts are bleeding Oer the spoils that death hath won would at this solemn meeting Colmly say Thy will be done When we leave this world of changes careIleour mansion fair Weep not for her who has gone before And beckons to all friends below come up higher cud adore The glories beyond the beautiful shore Her brother JAS T DAVIS Hartford Ky Aug 19 1907 Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free your blood is impure thin dls= ouIcancer eating sores scrofula eczema itching and bumpy skin hone painscn rheumatism or any blood or t disease take Botanic Blood healhomade pure and rich Druggists or SamplekGa B B B is especially adI IItLEFT OVER FROM LAST WEEK NOCREEK Aug 20The meeting closed last Wo have had quite a good Thirtyeight convertlons mind twentyone accessions to the church Rev J M Horne of Beaver Dam Rev Dame yesterday The protracted meeting begins at NdAlex Carson of Heflin visit Mr Ben Ward last Sunday DeWItts Little Early Risers dont or gripe Small Pills easy to Sold by all druggists m A Wonder fomIs she one of the girls you kiss If you want to thoglrialatto For Sale Fine sow and six shoots Call on Wm Forman Hartford KyiT 1 v i rI e t 4 1 r KILLTHiOO f H- AACURE THE LUNGS WITH DrKiiN- ew Discowry FOR ggs oo till IhtIrfr AND ALL THROAT NiluNIULEI ATIYAQTOROR L T D RENFROW DENTISTAll 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 Hartford For 411 o j JAMES c VO liox lafi Hartford K A UCTIONEEtiNl- llsell nf and all kinds of pr erty In Ohlo county Terms reaso ble Your patronage solicited ROUGi RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED L t The Rongh River Telephone Co operatedbyreasonable rates Prices fortoll vice which is being constantly tended are as follows for 5 minu conversation 15 miles 10 cts 80 miles 15 jets 45 miles 20 cts C- J W OBANNON Mg Hartford rI= One of the Most Impo- rtantQUESTIONS presenting Itself to every man Is to wear the right kind of clothes The clothes ft man wears indicates hit degree of refine ment and influences his thought and conduct With the knowledge that he is wearing correct clothes all feeling of selfcon sucI cess of ones self Of equal im portance to wearing the right kind of clothes conies the question of getting them at the right place We can solve the problem for you by requesting you to call at PEARLS PAflTIORIUM We have here on display the greatest and most attractive assortment of Fall Samples ever shown in Hartford We every garment to give entire satisfaction both in fit guaranteef manship PLACE YOUR ORDER EARLY FOR THE FAIR P D TWEDDELL I Incorporated MANUFACTURES THE FAMOUS EGYPTIAN CEMENTYAULTS And puts them in the grave The only absolutely perfect vault made It is watertight airtight vermin and wormproof The greatest invention of the age If you desire to lay away the dead in the most satisfactory manner you will certainly demandone of these vaults Manufactured right here in Hart ford BLACK BIRKHEAD Mgrs AAIYIII IV 1J ijJ SURE CURE Disuses o- fSTOMACH KIDNEYS BENNETT LICENSED a nonshifting straightline f i MIc BI253 GamRta eiglitftpi and e andtesta stet1iIrrracticB es alf the a m tIejolting thingofthan deAlktheuey fAeI t I A serDifficult Breathing Short breath f palpitation sinking spells are symptomsof a weak heart struggling to do its work It must keep the blood in to carry nourishment to make fi bbone and muscle and remove the worn out 5When it cannot do this it must have help Dr Miles f strengttowu cles and increases the heart action mudImprovedCure cutud me when several docto mOO1clnecould Itcouldlmpossible0 sIdeanbelngcurtd ItakeIg sutfer MRS MARY C HAHBER SullIvan Mo Di MfleV Heart Cure ts sold by thatIMUesMtidkal Co Elkfcart Ind I PATENTS Inallaououltioenofes ouresPMlOBead model photo or ketch for rRK report URPANGBook on Proalable Fatenta write U o treetWASHINGTON D SWIFTs The Safets and Quicktest Way Money IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE For Rates Apply to Local Mgr Cumberland Tel J Tel Co iNniRPOIUTKD OeW ttSHaol SalvejFor Piles Burns I LECTRICITTERSQuick Relief andCre forHead The best tonic Curative dlIndigestion The The The J 1 r C3lfJiilIY 0MBAMTT c Rthll IBARNETf SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW HERTFORD KY I 11 ill practice their profession In all tj courts of Ohio and adjoining coati ties and Court of Appeals Special at tention given to all business entrusted to their care Collections and the Prac tice of Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican build ing I FRANK L FEL1Xf AttorneyHARTFORD KY Qhlolit 4- otI Appeals Criminal practice and Colaa lections n Specialty Office In theHer aid building 4J CHAS M cRowiIfI LAWYERS 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 LiAW r HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collections making abstracts c also Notary Public for Ohio county Office north side public square R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Federale IIIIT apromptly attended to II M L HKAVHIN FImriisrwoontrAlli WOODWARD tf O Ci HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In andCourt Office YANCY L ATTORNEY AT LAW KY theCourts Bank I W II 1IAKNKS s A ANDEKSOI BARNES Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY theyhave ice of Law in all courts State and Fed Mainstreetgiven special ottlcoWS A ANDERSON GRADUATE NURSE bits SUSIE AIAYSA graduate of Owensboro City Hospital has located in HARTFORDAnd HomeitI THEHARTORD CAN 100 per year in advance You cai1 reaid this ad twentyfive ways andeachV statement is true hjp keyforeverycharacter- The keyboard The complete keyboard rockshewft constructed rrt fluttering circulation particles Transfer rountyClce HEAVRIN MOSLEY IHARTFORD Notary ANDERSON litigationaffecting T is the most noiseless is the most accurate is the most rapid is the most easily learned is the most durableIt r i 1i THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER COA iNtJI f 821 Pine Street St Louts Missouri I 4 I ft r i M r 17 1 II i I i j u rrL e i I n 1 t t no 1 BRE CIIENRIDGE 1 I f I i UuSeptember 31 4and 5 1907 HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY Three Full Days of Interesting Exhibitso STOCK FROM ALL PARTS OF EEtJTcrCEay LARGEST ATTENDANCE OF ANY COUNTY FAIR IN THE STATE Reduced Railroad Rates Everything Promises a Fine Meeting C V ROBERTSON Pres M H BFARD Sec4 HIS QUITE UNUSUAL CAUSE FOR SUICIDES Chinese Servant Declared Mis tress Singing Was Too Much Queer is tho story related ol a Chl nese man servant who declares that R he prefers death itself to the Infliction of hearing his mistress who Is de scribed us a lyric artist practicing her songs morning noon and night And odd to relate this particular heathen seems to be sincere as he really made several attempts on his life and even after his last vain endeavor repeated his resolution to die rather than be condemned to listen to strains which ho regards as anythIng but dulcet Evidently the lyric art has no charms for him This eccentric Individual was brought to Europe by the ludys husband a year ago but It is only recently that he developed this In veterate dislike to her music Last month It Is said he concocted a sort of poison and made himself sick with itbut the result went no further The ho tried opium but awoke apparently none the worse from a phenomenal spell of sleep As poisons and drugs were power less In helping him to carry out pro ject of shuffling off the moraf coil the Chinese man servant decided on trying more active measures One morning be took up his position on the balcony of the house Inhabited by the family which courts the muses and after taking a last look as he Imaginedat the busy scene around j him he flung himself Into space It I 120 chanced that a meter car was com g along On the top or the auto mobile reposed a box containing a provision of tires and as luck would have It the Chinese tumbled in Among them and they broke his alii so that ho got off with a shock But Such an acrobatic exhibition even from- a representative of the Celestical Em plre was not relished by the occu ants of the motor car who protested o vigorously against this peculiar ad dllibato their company that the whole T party were soon on their way to the police station Tho luckless Chinese failed to make himself understood would I arIUstTkUito the third time within a I molfttk that lie bad tried id u a- ntead to his days arid she insisted on the reason Then the mans aMrvini found hU tongue and in bro x r ken French xcplied before the officials and the automobile set All want to know I say French madame howls too much I die or hook It Prompt measures are being taken for the re storation of this hopeless Chinese to his native land London Telegraph i Everybody loves our baby rosysweet and warm I With kisses placed on her neek and I dimples on her arms Once she was so thin and cross used- to cry with pain Mother gave her Cascasweetnow shes well again Sold by all drug i gists m e Great Cole Bros Show i When Jumbo toured this country I he was unquestionably the largest pachyderm that had ever been publicly exhibited In any part of the world Ho was just what was claimed for him the largest elephant In captivity and this honor was his until lust fall when Martin J Downs proprietor of Cole Brothers WorldToured Shows discovered Mighty Mary and were t Jumbo alive today he would acknowledge her supremacy Mighty Mary Is not only the largest beast in captivity but ivory hunters admit she is the largest they have ever seen andZonehalfport her through the country a special car had to be constructed As all shows safely under bridges It was nec essary to lower the floor of the one occupied by this gigantic animal and to place extra heavy truss rods be weightlMath of the qlephant world was found in Prince Mnelek in India over which she presided with a royal air That Mighty Nary Is aware of her mas sive proportions Is evident in the selfsatisfied queenly manner she moves her towrlng form among the herd in Cole Brothers Show It is difficult to discribe an elephant of such great bulk nUll were It possible tho true facts would be regarded as exaggeration This moving mountain of flesh bone and Ivory is part of the I Cole Brothers menagerie and no ex tea charge Is made to see all earths largest living lessons In natural histo ry Mighty Mary will be seen with the shows when they exhibit in Beav er Dam September 3 CASTORIATor InfaltteLUid Chilim- m Kid YHHari AlwijifcKM anIWJ a a Mr0t f i tr J H I BAD MEATISM STILL BEING SOLD t Federal Officials Tells How Small er Packers Dodge Inspec tion Law A news special front Washington says That very bad conditions pre wail in the small packing houses of the country was strongly intimated today by Assistant Secretary of Agri culture Hays in a talk on the enforcement of the ilew meat inspection laws The public has no adequate pro tection against the small packer who is doing a purely state business the assistant secretary saidtotal meat inspection by which 1 mean tho In spection of plants not subject to fed eral control is open to the same objection raised against the old system that prevailed before tho existing fed eral inspiration was put Into force The legislatures of tho various statues must bo brought to realize the situation and pass laws which will give adequate protection to the public They must pass laws for local or State Inspection as stringent us tho federal laws and modeled as far as possible on tho latter The situation in somo of the States is such that the small packers have been forced to give up all their Interstate business and confine them selves wholly to intrastate business The firm that does un interstate bus- Iness even through the latter be only a small part of Its whole businessI must submit to the fullest spection of cattle of all its products and of its sanitary arrangements I The firm that does a purely local business selling nothing across state lines faces only the local Inspection In many instances the latter is so poor that it fails entirely to protect tho public against tho use of diseased cattle and the sale of unwholesome meat products The firm operating under local inspection can therefore undersell firms subject to federal in spection This department has knowledge- of many instances where small pack1 era gave up their Interstate business in order the escape federal Inspection j and thus be able to meet local competition I The situation demands drastic legislation from the State legislatures- In I the opinion of Assistant Secretary J Hays arid the department means to do all it can to direct public atten tion to the matter and have the evils I b a eons T Jrclrrtt llhY propel NationI r T 1 I Notice To Miners and Farmers We ask of Ijou not to buy wagons or buggies rom the HlckmanEbbert companyo Owensboro Kuntll they recognize the union and employ union men Dono by order of the local j JOHN WILSON Recording Secretary Echols local No I 678 U M W f tf Hartford Business Institute- AI strong business preparation for a successful commercial career is now recognized as a necessity by every leading men One of Americas great 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 the young woman of today the best safe guard she can have is a business edu 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 rythrown on her own resources with out a practical education I It Is no longer a question of getting positions for students but getting stu dents ready for positions The demand is greater than the supply While we have had a strong class of students during the vast two years wo have not been able to fill the demands that have been mado upon us for coupe tent bookkeepers and stenographers Young men and young women with a good common school education have enrolled with us finished the course and with their money making capacity greatly increased have gone out to positions of honor and trust Do you want to bo one of this num ber of successful young people If so write us for further information Cat alogs sent free Address all communications to Nettle Rogers Principal Hartford K- yOAIgTORIA II sari theThe Kind You Have Always BoogM Jjjnitnro Iof o h Ailments of Americans- A prominent physician at Carlsbad reckons on two or three fingers the chief ailments of Americans who con sult him They are the results of overindulgence at the table and the worry habit contracted by going tho peace The peace aa every one knows may be tho tooenthusiastic pursuit of any branch of business of social life A moderate chase gives no one cause for worriment It is when one I gallops a1Ythe time that there Id I oh1server 0 ixt+ tta are earned by Indigestion If you tlittle too much or if you are subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt beatsheartburnIndirection causes the stomach to theheartI I attiiiI i Kodoly For Dyspepsia oftofi Strength and health to every organ of the body For Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour mucouIt OnOUS of the Stomach i I foodwomdddhtressmebytnaldlmtmy Finally I rot ft bottle of Kodol and It gave me Imm thane curedNRSY I had stomach trouble and was In ft bad state as I DyspepsLlCuroforI D KAUBLB Nevada 0 Digests What You Eat LabJsearnos of cal ate see OllJcacol1II SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS I i side of a condition at n glance it np pears possibly that it would bo easier and pleasjuiler to take tho remedy of moderation in this country than to cross annually to foreign parts in findIdifficulty in leading any outside of his own circle to agree with him Getting Into shape to require the curt otlwrIthird Is found In taking the euro i Boston Transcript TeJegrahYI The fact that telegraph operators are being taught and sent out to rail byMitethatinstitution AmerI1colargest Telegraphy school in the South and the third largest In the worldI J REMEDY A PROMPT FOR ALL FORMS O- FRHEUMATISM urIlIKldnfIJINndd Dauaa GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied externally It affords almost In itnnt relief from pain while permanent results are being effected by taking It in ternally purifying the blood dissolving ItfromDRSDLANDOf Ilrmvton Oai writesI had hero lufferer fora number of years andlegseonultedJmlpractlcsforDRCLGATESIII- 1DcocklUDo writes I canoedbytheyputpalm I treated her withYDit419aud today beIIt In my practice FREEIf you are suffering with Rheumatism KidneyIroublous for a trial bottle of SDKOPS PURELY VEGETABLE S DROPS Is entirely free from opium cocaine morphine alcohol laudanum and other similar Ingredients Large Size nettle 5IIHOP8 800 If IOO For Bale by DrugeUU DosesfSWANSON RHEUMATIC CURE COMPANY Dept 43 1T4 Lake street Chicago Nasal CATARRH In all its stages there ehoald bo cleanliness 4 Elys Cream Balm cleanses BOO thcs and hew the diseased membrane It curee catarrh and drives away a cold in the head ulekl9 Cream Balm U placed Into the nostril spread orer the membrane and IB absorbed Relief U Im mediate and icure follows It U not drying dots DruetteKLV BROTBEUS M Warwn SUMt New York Koiol DyNIa cta what y Ntwi tL r r JS i- Ii t f C fttM r j J- t It oj I it it J t I i I I II I 1 i r Ii I I i Ii 1 I J I I Ii I I I I II I I I I II I I II 11 JO 0 i r ii i3 ft 1 O1LT A i ZI N 1 y Yt I iato i4jredicted o- J I t f I j f ifj I by us the lots in the East Hartford Addition old Fair Grounds aregotng like hot cakes And do you wonder Just think the cut prices at which WJUY e- ring I r lots enables you to procure a large roomy lot from 55 to 75 feet frontage by from 150 t240 deep at theRJlzlllgprtco of V i f I 1 I k 5135 Each Payable 5 f Down then 5 per Month tl WE ALSO GIVE AWAY 5OO IN GOLD = 1 t It will pay you to investigate this and avail yourself of this great opportunity to buy a lot and secure a profit through an increase in value See our agents or leave word at iovffice of R E Lee Simmerman and they will see you t J I CESSNA REALTY CO IND Owensboro Kyt4- a i I I I I I I I I I I II I PALO 44c2STMr Eluol Allen and Misses C3tl and May Allen of Cromwell UaEfeUcen visiting friends and reInI twsnear this place M largo crowd from here iJlti Dundee Saturday All tbiffa good tIa and Mrs Estill Madeu near rvisited Sulphur Springs Sun firXML L Danger is on the sick list t kittle Maude Durbln Is visiting her Raajdniothfr Mrs Annie laden this CPR Irs Sidney Dodson of Sunnydale ttasthe guest of Mrs John Willis I7rc tiv 7Br Alex Bali7el who has been atI Usailiuc the institute began his school BianrJionduy Sir and Mrs Olin Dul and child UDs Jane Maden and and Mrs Jlrtin Hunger were the guests of Mr tsar Mrs Joe Mnden Sunday 3 r And Mrs Lon White and chil Gsnr wore the guests of Mr and Mrs JJeSTflldridg Sunday nearMarvinpnlee raiis Mr W II Hallehurton struck and wounded him very o1JslyIICr Estill Maden and wife visited iM and Mrs W N Coy Wednesday sr and Mrs J R Burden and fam 5Jv are visiting friends and relatives fit Cromwell lass Ollie Lewis Is on the sick list Sir Jim Smith and Miss Ella Lewis wed Mr and Mrs B Flener rtrz sunI Utr Clifford Buitfon was tne u st of JXIsa Lula Flener Thursday eenlng1 Hartford College I lee than seventyfive per cent of 3m teachers of this county received iit training in this famous old schoo Ziutouidents and graduates have dcfhctlon In every honorable wonII MI ot man Its growth 2seolyiis influence has widenEdandI iZM luJpnieat for doing excellent teach ifciris made better from year to year Yale rears enrollment was the larg ssa to the history of the school and itf2 expected that next years enroll soesc will be even larger Students i iscr enter at any time and are Ivenl m ate assistance when it is YJt First Term begins September 2 XCfc SeconJ term begins November A 11G7 Catalogues sent free dress all communications to L sCffirav President Hartford College iccrrford Ky Rollcall Meeting Ware will ho a rollcall meeting at liuVvr nun Baptist church the first SfftjiiTay in September at 11 a m It flWioped that every member who lives Lfctvonch uf the church will be pres ncfatid answer 1o his or her name iJapsstor will preach on Our Church anally Duty o It A B GARDNER Pastor The Louisville Herald has Pranced the Subscription ice so that we cannot ac- lilit subscription for less than 3i25for Daily and The Rep blican and 135 for Week Igwith The Republican Tax Notice Sheriff RB Martin has received iRttiJlcale from Auditor Hager of the mount of taxes due from Ohio county is now ready to receive taxes tf A Card ot Thanks TlJcftilzing the great number of kind jsts of love and tender sympathy ten iirednifi during the recent Illness and AtllCitlmo of death of our dear wife mil mother we wish to acknowl Itb thorn through tho columns of sites ppper assuring our many friends cjitJthPywere received with tho deep appreciation and we will ever re ewBtibeBibosowho were so hind to her C6aayinpatLIzlng to us May your wat 7 + L i iM 2 Jo = i 70 y utl reward be greater than any we can confer Truly P W Pirtle and Family Marriage License The following marriage license have been Issued since our last report Myrta Kirk Buford age 21 to Mar RIchison Buford age 16 Monroo Tucker Maxwell age 21 to Florence Hoagland Buford age IS J B Mc Intire Render age 51 to Annie baugherty McHenry age 38 Charles A Fuhrer Evansville Ind age 39 to Anna Tlchenor Smallhous age 34 Geo E F Jones Rockporl ago 22 to Nettle K Monroe Rockport age 18 aRepublicans of Ohio County Uuder the above caption in last- weeks Republican I announced my candidacy for Jailer When 1 wrote the card I thought a precinct conven tion had boon called having been so Informed by a gentleman that at tended the committee meeting but left before Its deliberations were over My card In the Republicans was chang ed to confer to the cull I dont withdraw however on the account of amass convention alone as I feel that 11 would win either way but upon in vestigation I have decided that I cant afford to make tho race With a heart full of gratitude to my friends for their assurance of support I beg i to be considered out of the running Very respectfullyG AL- For Sale Having decided to move to Louis tulle Ky 1 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 Gt2 Beaver Dam Ky O LSFOZLX AI Z8ovglIBUFORD Aug 27Mr and Mrs Wm Lyons attended church at New Bethel Sunday 1 Roy Richlson of Evansville IMr returned home Sunday after several days visit at his mothers bedside who Is very sick with ty phold fever Muss Daisy Edge of Oldham count is visiting her aunt Mrs R J Mason daughterIMiss Ismae Mason of Beaver Dam has boon visiting her grandparents R J Mason and wife Mrs Fannie Thomasson and son Ervln of Heflin visited Mrs Bottle Richisun Saturday night surd Sunday Miss Mary Richlson and Mr Mir Kirk were united in bonds of matri- monyI at Rev Joe A Bennetts at 330 oclock Sunday evening They were accompanied by her brother Hugh Richlson and Miss Camilla Kirk sister of the groom Mr Frank Bartlett and wife 01 Barnelts Creek visited R P Kirk and family Saturday and Sunday Mr Tildeu Wigington and family South Carrollton moved to hIE lathers Tuesday Mrs Beltie Rlcheson Is still verj sick with typhoid fever Mr Clarence Jewell and wife 01 Owensboro visited his parents Mr ant Mrs George Jewell last week Mrs Willson Underwood and Mrs Julia Atherton of Livta visited their Hunt Mrs Mary Bell last Thursday Miss Florence Hoagland and Mr Tucker will be united in wedlock at the homo of the bride Mr and Mrs John Hoaglands the 28 Jessie Wlnglngton the little baby girl of Mr Fielden Wlnglngton died August 15 was one year and twelve lays old She leaves 1 father mlth er one brother and one sister Dear rentsdo not grieve for Jessie she has gone to a better world than this her little hands Is beckoning you to come to join her in that heavenly- home where there Is no suffering and no sorrow no pain no death grieve not she has gone beforeI IHartford College News next Monday Sept will 4t the college next Saturday AugutI 31 beginning at 830 oclock These examinations are intended for two classes of pupils First those who have recently moved Into the district and have not been classified ire the school Sceond those who have tak en special work during the summer and who desire to try again for pro motion All pupils for whom these examinations are Intended should be present next Saturday as teachers will be too busy next week to give such examinations Pupils are requested to bring with then to these examina tions their textbooks and pencils All patrons fie earnestly requested to send their children to school the first day and to see to it that they attend promptly and regularly through out the year Ones success or failure In school depends largely upon regu larity of attendance The school building is being thoroughly scoured cleaned and fumigat ed and both building and grounds b will present a neat and inviting ap pearance next Monday At least 150 worth of library books and scientific apparatus will soon be installed Soy t i oral nonresident pupils have written j to Prof Gray to secure boarding place for them and others are expected in this week to engage board and make other arrangements A business meeting of the faculty will be held at the college Saturday afternoon at4- oclock L No GRAYI Fordsville District Sunday School ConventionI Sunday School Convention met August 25 at the Fordsville Baptist church The convention was called to order by the district chairman G D Black who turned the meeting over to the county chairman Dr E W Ford of Hart ford After some interesting talks by Dr Ford G B Likens Rev R H Hartford and others the following of ficers were elected to serve for one year Morris Wilson President Geo Keown Vice President J U Wade Secretary and Treasurer Otta Wilson Superintendent Teachers Training A C Baughn Superintendent Home De partment G D Black Superintend ent House to House Visitation Mrs J W McCarty Superintendent Cradle Roll and Primary Department I TWWTT TTTT E The Famous i Staver Makes i I Of Buggies I For fifteen years we have sold these i Buggies without one dissatisfied custo mer They havent a superior in the i land and but few equals Springs of the 4 finest quality and very elastic Rides as with a child in it as a grown person 4Ieasy last longer than you want them to Can show you some that have been in use for fifteen years Isnt that long enough Visit this department of our business It i costs you nothing and it means if you once buy a Staver Buggy you will never 4 have any other make tP tEP BARNES EROS 4 BeaveiJBafh Ky I M4t44- r f+ is 11 More Than 25000 in Prizes I ofKentuckythat accompanies I- ILowest t 9 I Rates Rail and River I lito the much desired figure a quartet million in six great days I See oar new grounds and new buildings costing 275960 steel P and concrete grand stand mammoth exhibition barns fastest trotlting track in the world I Trotting Pacing Running Baces Daily I amusement program running way Into tboosaads of dollars fAawIth an exhlblUoa plan never before att- emptedliiil62li0z I LOUISVILLE ICapL Kaabenshae In hispaysenger canying airshipthe marvel t 01 the cealnry wlta dally flights lad exhibitions ail a sight ride la the air guided by a searchlight I captiveballoon I Seasatlonal acrobatic acts free each day I And the worlds greatest living color page of amaseaent eater prises Pains famoBS Manhattan Beach fire works ani the gigantic pyrotechnic spectacle Eruption of Vesuvius actual repredactions of the aweinspiring calamity of 1916 gives nightly In the infield in front of the grand Nand 1Tllree concerts dally by Naliello and Jail premier band of filly the Land of Music leataekLegllatureBoard of Agriculture Write for catalogve ani illastralei descriptive book I E BUSIES Secretary Lonlsvllle 7 fi YIN R W EINCw lHEy yJeweler i ft y j fi Is still at the same old fistaptland here to stay y to do all kinds of- t4 8repair work or sell you as cheaJjas the cheapest 4 anything in my line I am no longer connected Y = with the 5c and lOc Store my inter = 43 est to G E Barakat and will devote all my time y Jj to the Jeweler Business All work guaranteed = 99999995999Stss 99999sc NOTICE j Bence Sublet 2436 Vol VI nqNil jAM THE PALL LIVERY SEASON 8ARNtJCentertown Kentucky And will be permitted to serve mares at the nominal fee of 1200 to insurea live colt money duo when fact Is Aiinparticulars Both phones in stable Centertown J SSSSSSIJ1SI rRr t 1 s oJ v 4j I I JIT i