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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p q r J- n ucf S i x r iiI jg I1 ttzrtferflqublzcanIf fine Job WorkSubscription 1 per Year I If rL I 1AnTF BDtHf COUNTy 1ItY 1RZbAY SEPTEMBER 61907 No 1Ii I t f t TrI t ifAINEDC QED IIOEBI T J 1 Halters Campatoi HarartVue l Severely Condemned diLjIn Mrtatfer Who is Elected Next GovernorIr 1If ulGeorgetown Ky September IInstatement given out by Caleb Pow tonight ho said Judge S W Ha Democratic candidate for Ooverno In hls speech at Losdngton yesterday said In I substance and effect that If I were agaln convicted he would nelth t M er pardon mo nor commute any scu tence IJ might receive but I should to use hirt own language sitter the full measure of the jurys verdict He hen asked Mr Wlllsou the Repub pan candidate for Governor if t ould pardon me In the event he was 4 r ete 1 11 case is now in the courts c the State for adjudication where it oust to remain Any candidate for 10tthe votes of her citizens upon the is sue of the life liberty or death of one of her sons when his case is still fore her courts for settlementilee1 fug in advance of his trial that if elect ed Governor he will not in any event mlghieven after conviction and tusking his opponent what he is going to do about it is unworthy of the votes or support of Kentucky freemen To appoint Judges for the purp of convicting me and then solem declaring that l shun not be pardoned if convicted is a novel political gume worthy of the serious thought of ev cry KentuOian It does the State as t I well as myself a great injury and Injustice for my caso My gUilt or in nocence to bo persistently paraded in every campaign for political purposes I as has been done for years thereby engendering hatreds and animosities among the people and so dividing them up on the question of my guilt or innocence as to make a fair trial I for mo impossible Unlike the treatment accorded Jim Hargis I was denied ball and have j been forced to lie in jail for over sev en years waiting for reason to ascend the throne and justice to resume her sway I have in a way single handed and alone been fighting the battles I of every man in Kentucky the fight for fair trials and the good name of the State as well as the vindication of my own good name The same people who prosecuted me in the past will prosecute me in i 1the future and doubtless with the same methods as far as lies in their power I am not looking to them for relief in the trial of my case but to the honesty and integrity of the mass of the great common peoplcfrom mo ofwhom my next jury will doubtless L come People have changed in their altitude tpward me and many moro fa than formerly believe in my entire in t nocence Others doubt my guilt while f others say I have suffered enough ev i en if guilty 1 I know better than anybody else j can know that I am not guilty Fort sull to be fastened on mo by the courts or exploited by politicians and office seekers when I am not guilty hurts the good name of the State home and gives us a bad reputation abroad to say nothing of tho rank in justice done an innocent and long suf fering citizen AFTER CORRUPTION FUND Aalthough I realize that n horde ty d witnesses will again swarm ground that 100000 corruption fund and will again try to swear my lib erty away in the hope of being able of to still continue theirs that the pros 4 ecution will again if possible pack t and fix my next jury for conviction of that office seekers will then as now try to ride into office by professing a great love for Senator Goebel which to r faany of them never felt and by ex pressing great and deep regret at his an foryhis death they would not have been heard be of politically that hatred will con tinue to bo engendered against me by Ifp playing upon the Goebel murder for selfish purposes at the same time I decided jlf my trial does hot take 5 place before that date to demand ia 1 jotr ii of Pty ease following the finaU Duration of the next Governor of Ken fF A I ft tuckywfioever tufty be elected to tfiat office After sevenyears of continuous St UD handicapped as I haVo fiy being in Jalir I have at vcr dandam nr w ably to out the mah okmrd9cnttorGo bel and it 1s not Jim Howard sift The per drt claimed hr the prosecution to have fired the fatal shot Jim Howard Is an innocent man r Postmasters League to Meett rsTh League of 4th Class Peat m as tern of Kentucky will hold their St SeptemberinRoom of Custom House at 9 a m sharp The department has granted I days leave of absence to 4th cl Postmasters and has also assigned spector Samuel At Susong to attend this meeting to instruct the Postmas lets in the discharge of their cam cated duties heThe s d yqtliJs meeting will be a union meeting of the first second third and fourth class Po masters An interesting program has been arranged PART OF CUR beFEW LAW VOID I In Conflict With Constitu tional Bill of Rights f Boys of Beaver Dam May Ma tlYEveningGjs on Sweetheart Without Bring Sent For sometime past there has beer lo force In Beaver Dam a very stringent curfew law While its enforcement evidently lessened the opportunities of boys to engage in mischief t utda threw about those of tender years that restraint that is in many instances very needful it worked a hardship on the older boys young men as they are considered For it provided that all boys under 20 years of age must re froth from being on or along the streets or alleys after 7 oclock except when going to or returning from churcl or public entertainments or sent parent or gardlan The boys offs Abjections to this provision and one that was well taken by the courtwits one that prevented them from calling on their sweethearts of evenings un less accomplished with or sent by parent or guardian The objections reached a climax when young Crowe Pate who is nearly twenty ventured out was apprehended and fined Ho paid a portion of tits fine but w the time came to pay the remainder father for him tiled a suit in the 0 Circuit Court asking an injunction against the officials of Beaver Dam en joining them from eOlJecUI1 same NJa grounds for an injunctionbe allegedu that the following portion of the or d1me nance Was unconstituionalIThat it shall be unlawful for any minor under the age oftwonty years to play or loiter on any of the streets or alloys or other public places in tho wn of Beaver Dam Ky between the hours of seven oclock p mat the ringing of tho courthouse belland 0 six oclock a m or to bo on or paSSl- t olefin tho streets or alleys or other public places within the limit of said town between tho hours tQresaldr provided however that nothing in this ordinance shall be construed tog prevent minors under tho age of twen 20 years from going to or from church or public entertainments or upon errands when sent by their par ents guardians or parsons In charge anthem but any minor wheji so do his inn shall toot stop or loiter in lings strtjcts or alleys of other public places said town Tho matter was heard at the last of term of Circuit Court and submitted the court for judgment Judge Dirk do head yesterday morning handed town do opinion declaring that part of the do ordinance which provides it shall unlawful for any minor under the in age of 20 years to be on or pass along the streets pr alleys or other plncesw within the limits pf said town after out seven oclock p muncQDst1tuUonalof and Void So the boys be on or pass along the streets for I1DyrptlrposeIn even may goto see their girls lust so son they do not loiter or play on the wart i v I 1IIII1FLAYSlE VI 1 + v j ay e tIks More Jike j InWarclHeeler Than Gov PiofntConvictier ed of Goebel Killing In response to candidate Hiigers Inquiry as to what he would do if elected Governor about pardoning Ca utharthits urg I had anticipated that some hr knowIve meInabout the Powers casobut I had not expected that the nominee for G- 11i ether of Kentucky who is to ask support of the people of Kentucky himself us a man trained by execut duties to understand the pmp ttics In such masters to ask such question much less had I supposed possible that he would seek in 1907 t revive the passions and excitement lliIIUbjIIcansneighbor against neighbor and seek to substitute old hates passion and p jucies of which the whole state become inexpressibly wearied by t passage in his address which ho rend from manuscript carefully prepared by all the force of all the Democrat- Ic politicians and press bureau tvrl = through all the days from the 19th of informalke ad Mr Hager knows that the people of Kentucky known from my life and my unfaltering support of law and order that 1 would retool an application for the pardon of any man Justly con ivicledofihe nsssassinatlon and ti n any upright man would do the same and his talk was more worthy of cheap politician or a ward heeler than man aspiring to the noble office of Governor of Kentucky and his declar ing his intention in advance of a trial or record to refuse such pardon is con elusive proof out of his own mouth that ho is unfit and unworthy to be Governor of Kentucky or any other honorable Commonwealth i would lose my good right hand before I would knowingly sign they pardon of any man guilty of crime redwmatter and submit to you that there is no page in the history of my life that would justify any such thought o intimation If Mr Powers should be convict cd by a fair jury in a lair trial and the record should come to me with an application for pardon I should con alder it without thought of parly or nperson with just as sacred feeling of shefilecis il and the right without fear or favor looking only to my duty my honor the convictions of all good men d until the record be prevented to I could not answer if I wished my decision shall be but it will be calm just and under the sacred responsibilities of my oath of office and bytto high official duty under tho Constitution and the law Mr Hager may disregard the pro prleties and I may soy the decency so serious a mater as announcing intention on the life and death or liberty of a citizen yet to be lawfully tried on a criminal charge before the Is made or tho caso presented according to law but I cannot so for the right to the respect and confi denco of the people of Kentucky and I shall not and I leave him to take the position ofa judge announcing hlsin tended decision in advance of trial d without the record according to party necessities and political feel While I cannot honorably or justly seek votes much less the confidence the people by any partisan declura ilea nor by any Indication that I shall on the one side what he will on the the other 1 know I shall my duty asa Godfearing lawlov t- Ing citizen and Chief Magistrate and flint spirit I ask the trust and con fidence of the people of Kentucky regard to party relying with anxiety upon the just judgment all the people of a great Common in judgment to be given not political meetings or under parti appeals to passion and prejudice p- butth f calm honest thoughtful J- c I tpeaetttimtnelabout them at their own hjekrtl toaesvwhere all Judghiont on beIIn BeiDtlfiTHoriie Wedding AlbVof the bride Wednesday aC 1230 p performedraril i Impressive manner tho happy c0lple enlerlng the parlor walletI n dQlsasiohna wedding march was played by tMiss Hattie Burnoti After c- onII i rlendsno old slippers carrying with them the I is st wealthy and prat- I incnl business man who stands ld Coox The wedding was t quiet only a few friends being invIt who accompanied the gro from Charleston were his moth annrsvn JMfsa fyrtle Goodin aisle rs torrtudllr J 1 Byrd Those prose CveRogerseClIarlltIltjtpn tits R T Collins Lou ofOrFISCAL COURT RESCINDS PROPOSITIfits Action Taken When If Was Evi sdent That People DIeS Not Favor it i The Ohio County Fiscal Court met In special session at the Court House Wednesday upon cull issued by Judge W B Taylor for the purpose of con tjJhto Mig the propriety of withdrawing ur rechvding the order entered at then special1 April term of the Court pro tiding that the question of issuing bonds to the amount of 100000 for building cud repairing roads bo sub mitted to a vote of the people at the coming November election The m ior was thoroughly discussed by t members of tho courtseveral of whom stated that in their opinion the propo sit Ion would not receive one vote In ton Some were of the opinion that the order submitting the question was void for reason that the purpose for hich funds in the event the re suit of tho vote was In favor of the issual of the bonds were to be used Will not definitely enough stated Tile Court seemed to be of the unanimous opinion that inasmuch as so few people seemed to be coutemplatlug vat ing in favor of the proposition it was best to rescind the order providing for i vote In this connection It might be prop er to state that the primary reason why the Magistrates voted last April for the order providing for the sub mission aftthe bond Iasunl question was that so many people were clamor ing for good roads and there not being sufficient available revenue to do any thing scarcely to them Since 11 time however the roads have dri out and are fairly good and demand L for road building has greatly decreased The order rescinding the order is as follows It was moved by Esp Edge that court rescind the motion or or entered at the special April 1907 term of tills court whereto the question submitting the proposition of ho issual to bo voted on at the regular November election 1907 In amount oCa 100000 for the purpose of improving repairing and building public roads and bridges in Ohio county After thorough discussion tho motion car tied Thereupon Esq Miller mo that the court enter ah order reclnd stud setting aside the order submitting I to the voters of Ohio county at the regular November 1907 election as to whether or not the said voters would authorize tho issual of Bonds to the amount of 100000 for tho purpose building repairing and Improving pilbllV highways of said county and I said order be declared void and held for naught All of the justices voted in favor of tho motion and It was so ordered M Ten Nights in a Bar Roomg Tho great temperance play will be glvenby Brown Roberts at Beans Opera House September 13lh Tho com will contain 25 people with uni is formed band of 24 people i bPflLARiTV CONE ITST CLOSES Misses Cora Thomasson and Ethelyn Jones Winners Exciting Finish Among tCandi dates and SupportersAll Deserve Recognition List Saturday evening ut 5 oclock our Jamestown Exposition contest came to a close Up to the last mo ment our offices were crowded csutdidttte6hthey hoped would bring their favor oclockry Momonirlthatas I JOnea2i03rs 21jijii14503nf1755 3520ItonSuthoNorthdfaONs cauddotespublican management is only sort Indefeot ktilla serve our highest praise for the sub stantial aid they have given this pa l er Fully 300 new subscribers have been added to our list besides al hundred renewals The contest tv conducted throughout and brought to a close with absolute fairness on our Part with a care to have the friend ly rivalry result In no unpleasant reco lectlon While we have inaugurated these contests principally to benefit our paper we have also had In mind the pleasure and benefit we might bring girlitsa As Miss Pirtle received the next high es number of votes in the contest and more than the winner on the North side by almost eight thotisandwo have decided Ito invite her to go on the Jamestown trip as our guest and at our expense The other ladies who received more than 10000 votes have been invited to take a trip to the Mammoth Cave at our expense The trip to Jamestown will be made about September 24 and the one tn the cave some litho In October We are thankful to all our candidates and to those who assisted in the count lust Saturday or rendered aid to the various contestants during the cam paign and announce our intention to try to arrange something stll better next year Popular Couple Wed Wednesday afternoon at 4 oclock at the home of the brides parents HalitedW Tlchenor officiating The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs William U King of the Pleasant Hill neighborhood and is a youngderpublic schools of tho county and was thedMr Condit is one of the best known popular young men of the county He is at present engaged in tho rove uue business Immediately after the matrimonial rites were performed Mr and tits groomlotwhere they will visit until about th ICth Inst when Mr Condit his position in the revenue service at Henderson The Republican joins tho many exihoInterestrTheis being conducted at tho Court Hous for tho Christian church by Elder Wright and Elder Brown la drawing audiences at every service El plainIwho hear them He a polished speaker and his ext q sive travels enable him to embelish 1 r I 1 t 1 4 fits sermons with many Interesting ii lustrations His afternoon tree lec lures arc largely attended and are of special Interest to the College students as he takes up and explains points of Interest In the various countries he willlectureEveryone will he expected to firing a silver offering to be given at the door the amount given to be left to each individualElder has returned and will remain throughout the meeting which will continue about ten days goInn a choir made up of some of the best voices in town Returns Thanks subt Iatotcast their votes for me for lie free trip to Jamestown Exposition especially to the people of Hart ford who were so kind and assisted Itwereahold no malice toward those who gave their votes and assistance to another Respy CORA THOMASSON 0Heflin Ky Sept 1907f FOR THE BUSY READER Four battleships the Georgia Mafne Kansas and Kearsarge have been ordered to League Island navy yard for H n overhauling before starting for the Pacific coast theyiHochSanwile Wilt killed while attempt ing to rob a flat The President has pardoned a moon countyKysolo support of eight children and supportaThe nays Department receives a dispatch yesterday announcing the ar rival at Honolulu of the Maryland West Virginia Colorado and Pennsyl vania the armored erasers which sail ed from Yokohama on August 22 Congressman Theodore E Burton has announced his willingness to ac cept the Republican nomination for Mayor of Cleveland and has outlined his platform It is expected he will have no opposition for the nomination by the convention which meets next Saturday The Heavy Snow Fall Last night in Alaska induces Tappan the Jeweler to make n 25 per cent reduction on his big line of summer goods At the new price the goods will fly long before the snow flies In Hartford We will fix a figure on any article that will fit an article on your figure e QUICK SERVICE I MINUTES COUNT When Iyou an waiting for med icines i 9 That is the time when drugsL r Suppose you want a prescription in Departe conductedsRegkteredplied with every faculty for the quick correct compounding of all pre scriptions ofall physicians Our facilities are the finest in the city our prices are the most reasonable- and we rover mercharge Superior scales and a square deal is what our Pree sc your phone receive extra attention James H Williams at- 1 1Thesi f WI ppppppppppppPPPPPPPPPPPP Uj 1 l I1 j I r iF w I iiiY I 4 r 1 tIaI4stryyrIr s1 r r p r j1 t yr I et I ltxL1t 1 t i F 1 f 1 f 11 OUNT 4 i IA UI-h it ser t fS HARTFORD KYe II t September 11 12 15 e nd 14th 1907 fy1 c Something for everybody to learn Something that Will interest and instruct you The finest Horses in the State of Kentucky will be ex r hibited on this grand occasion A profusion everything from Garden Farm and Dairy An aesthetic display of Art Needlework Painting Etc There will be exciting Running Trotting and Pacing Races each day Increased premiums Enlarged purses Bigger better granderr T than ever before A great display of CattleSheep and Swine You will see the best strains of Poutry of all kinds on exhibition there Many 1 1 rD amusements to please patrons Gorgeous and beautiful display of fruits Flowers and Vegetables Exciting Running Races each day by the I- Jt best horses ever seen in this section of the country A t C t REDUCED RATES ON ALL THE RAILROADS tf t All Shows That saGo With PirstGlass Street Paij t NO DISCOUNTS ON FLORIAL HALL PREMIUMS WOMEN AND CHILDREN ADMITTED FREE FIRST DAY i A Large and Commodious Dining Hall on the Grounds Come Early Make a Day of It Enjoy the Sights and Mingle With Your Friends 5- E You Can Obtain Refreshments at Reasonable Prices on the Grounds IiForPremium List and Other Information Apply to at I ROWAN HOLBROOK Pres R E LEE SIMMERMAN Sec I tiIIiIIiIIiIIiIIiIIiII2AS FAR BACK AS- Ar CENTURY AGO r Even in Those Days They Had I Sitter Nature Faker Con 1 troversies I It must not be supposed that nut curefakor controversies are sole k ly a product of our presentday cullurt While President Roosevelt is criti cising Dr Long for his statement that wolves kill caribou by biting through their chests to their heart and Oom jfchn Burroughs and other naturalists Ire attacking Dr Long and his school- o o nature writers for their habit of attributing reason to animals it Is In teresting to recall that the present controversy had a parallel In the life of a great English naturalist who flour shed in the first half of the last cen tury This was Charks Wni rion a wealthy gen lemnn of Wakefield Eng land That his mimo Is less known than that of Gilbert White of Selborne Is dim chiefly to the fact that he had nut the famous parsons gift of style Hut his tbHervaiicng covered a far Mbar field nan bis predecessors for Br wns mi Indefatigable globetrotter Eli stories of his foreign experiences with animals were fiercely attacked UJCT his tuynthomo contemporaries sarth in turn had HvJe patience with those whow ehsenallenor lack of it caused them to differ with him on points of nu ural history Oh of his biMer rF controversies was rUii our own Audubon whom he cull 434 a quack an arrogant fool an- daa ornithological impostor because Iu one of his plates showing a rattle aaakt attacking a mocking birds nest the American ornithologists made the snnllos eyes start from their sockets and pictured Its poison fangs turned the wrong way Cuvler he said although u most honest gentleman M 2ow no more about the real habits at most birds than I did about his srandmothfr Criticising another writers Gleanings In Natural Histo p ry he said He ought to be whip r 3sd Nothing can be moro false or- abanrdthal his statement that horses In hot countries bled each other Yet Be himself recorded an experience in South America that Is sufficiently bird to believe It Is that he seized li tenfoot boa constrictor by the throat and carried It homo with the n rest of tho snake coiled around his r body Ch another occasion having ten4iI ft whUffi his Indian guides pulled it1- 4i v I 1 r ay LL ill 1 out of the water and twisted its forelegs over its back He strove to educate the popular mind to the appreciation of the use I fulness of owls and most hawksaf knowledge which has not made much I progress even up to the present time when It Is necessary for our Depart I ment of Agriculture to issue pamph lets warning farmers not to kill these birds because they feed chiefly upon mice and other vermin Instead of con tinually preying upon birds and poultry 1 as they are popularly reputed to do In furtherance of his project of protecting these birds he established asylums for them In the park of his estate and created there a preserve for all harmless birds making it a rule that a gun must never be fired on his lands Leslies Weekly CASTORJAVn theTheKind You Hate Always Bought vgnatTin 11 of Reflections of a Bachelor A man Is awfully ashamed of his boy for fightingif he gets licked The less a woman has to say the longer she can make It into a let terA woman would like to get tele grams If she knew what was in them before she had opened them The reason a man can work so hard around his own house is nobody is paying him for something he ought to earn Peoples can bo good If they dont know what fun is A girl will never let you kiss her except when she says she wont One reason a girl doesnt like auto mobile riding so much is a man cant run it all the time with one arm A woman waits for a man to propose but after they are married sho walls a good deal more for him to come home at nights Whats the use of having family ar guments when you can get almost as much noise by going to Niagara Falls without working so hard Lots of people are sane except when they are engaged- It takes a girl to pretend she doesnt know how to pretend Automobiles save a lot of money for a man by not owning them A woman calls it being frank when she will admit what sho has to A man gels used to being married the way ho does to an old pair of shot New York Press oil =DeWitlB Car d Witch Hazel Salvo is good for boils burns cuts scalds and skin diseases It is especially good for piles Sold by all druggist 4 im s r KENTUCKY STATE FAIL AT CHURCHILL DOWNS Historic Race Course at Louisville Will be Location of 1907 Exhibition After three weeks of negotiations atta induce them to lease the grounds for the 1907 Kentucky State Fair pending the clearing of the title to the propertyand adjustment of other mat ters in connection with the purchase of the tract and buildings as u permanent location the Kentucky State Board of Agriculture has been given the use of the Churchill Downs at Louisville for the holding this years exhibition during the week of Sept 16 The Kentucky State Fair will therefore be held on the dates men I tioned at historic Churchill Dawns where the Fair last year was held Messrs Charles F Granger and Matt J Wlnn representing the Churchill Downs interests have agreed to the use of these grounds and a committee representing the State Board hits ex tended to them a vote of cordial thanks for their liberality in the mat ter inasmuch as the grounds are ten dered to the Stale Fair upon terms agreeable to the State Fair manage mentChurchill Downs while a typical race course is considered to be the best equipped State hair grounds in the South with the possible exception of the Texas Fair grounds There will be an abundance of stall room for all kinds of live stock there is a big stand and there are buildings suita ble for the departments which must be shown Indoors The entry list in the different exhibit departments Is the greatest in the history of the Kentucky State Fair at this time three weeks prloV to the exhibition The State Fair management is spending over 7000 in exploitation and expects record breaking attend anco dally Some of tho greatest amusement enterprises in the coun try have been contracted with rfor State Fair week I CALX4LBe-an theTheKind YOU Hate Always Bought Signature 1IA for r gResolved Western Kentucky State Normal and as members of the Ohio County JJelfr I educationalII has sustained in the death of our I most favored teacher and gifted edu- catorI Miss Sarah E Scott head of th I department of Method Observation instil teachi a ion humanity has lost a strong sym pathlzer and true friend ArthurKirk Chmn Clarence James Seey Cora Smith Florence Hooge S P McKen ney Ozna Shultz Anna Hooge Forest Hawkins E Y Allen Simon Smith Roscoe James Ohio County Delegates i I Where Are The Old Men It is proper to speak of a man under thirty as old man in it Jocular way but after that It becomes dangerous As for old ladles Thirty years ago it was common in society and In print to speak of an old man or and old lady without meaning any disrespect or giving the least offense Now it is positive ly dangerous in fact it isnt done Why this change Partly because the physical and mental condition of the average person is better than formerly but principally because people have de cided not to grow old That settles IL We are largely taken at our own valuation and are not now disposed I to make it a low one I Fifty years ago a man of 35 was considered an old man Many persons can remember their fathers nt 30 orI grandfathers who at 60 seemed older than any living person now I It is considered proper for a man of family to settle down quietly to eschew the vanities of life and in a nndIuveI too much zest in active life and part ly because for a man to act as if ho- I were old is too often simply shelving himself The young blood is wanted these days and many men of 60 and to all Intents and purposes still young They keep at the game with their InqulirerNotice To Miners and Farmers We ask of you not to buy wagons or buggies companyofowensboro the union and employ union men Done by order of the local l v JOHN WILSON Recording Secretary Echols local No 67iUM W ofAJ tfTIf t rII y yo 1 f- yo Afrs It MS GOOD WORK AT THE FARMERS INSTITUTE Plowing and Attention to Soil Theme for Splendid Dis cussion At the farmers Institute last Thurs madeIfore noon plows and plowing were department of agriculture In the discussed JAl Dobin of Ohio said I he had learned from experience that to do good work the plow must be adopted to the soil then that much adjustinguse said the depth of plowing should be governed by the depth of soil found f to C in deep plowI was on not com- pactedj by winter rains trot subject to j washingH Miller of Ohio had found the disc plow highly satisfactory on j loose or stubble ground also for full dryIpulverizes the ground for more than j the latter and is lighter draft I At tho afternoon session Mr Doble j discussed tho purposes and methods of cultivation saying that tho killing of weeds thuogh an important ob- Ject was only one of many Weeds dare most easily killed before they ap1 pear above ground and can at that i time be most readily killed by use of j harrow Advocated harrow corn once or twice before lit comes up Cultl I vats deep at first to assist circula- tioni of air through soil then as the plant root spread so as to occupy tho ground cultivate shallow with the purpose of making an earth mulch to hold the soil moisture Mr Miller spoke of somo factors in soil fertility urging that land lost more fertility through lying bare than from growing crops hence advocate- da close rotation of crops in which one was sown own rotation Is corn rye leggunitmous I appreciated is stable manure Urge j that animal be kept In stables whore canlmanure under shelter until distributed upon the field Stable manure should bo I supplemented bjr phosphorus which is most cheaply done by the use of floaUor the untreated Tennessee rock rII0 it F iI o tIMr M F Johnson the director of ofIand small fruits and pointed out the great value and luxury of the same Said greatest care was necessary in starting the fruit plantation to get f suitable varieties Always buy of a I nurseryman near home and from one I known to be honest Varieties adopt ed to conditions a hundred miles eith er north or south of you are not like 1 ly to bo adopted to yours rShorthand in Demand The department of Shorthand in tho Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green Ky turned out 25 more students this year than ever before but this made no perceptible change in the demand for Stenogra phers Here is an almost unlimited field of opportunity for young people who are ambitious to secure perma nent business positions It requires only a short time to complete stonogoM raphy The Bowling Green Business University will furnish all literature necessary to give desired informationI DO YOU GET UPiWITH A LAME BACK tKidney Trouble Makes You Miserable I d Almost everybody who reads the newspapers is sure to know of the wonderful address wade by Dr SwampRoot1 kidney liver remedy t the great medl of the nine century dis years of research by Kilmer the emi kidney and IlIItnl Is wonderfully promptly curing lame kidney uric trou bles and BrIghts which Is the worst frform of kidney Dr Kilmers Is not recommended for Thecures If you kid ney or It will be found Just the remedy you It has been tested inso many ways work In private practice among too poor to bur chase relief and so successful in every case that a arrangement has made by ofihls paper who have not It have a 3sample bottle sent mall also a took atelling more about andH find ouUC you bladder trouble JIWhen writing this generous J In this paper your DrK hamton N Y after blad back acid have liver been may wto have offer send regular fitly cent and Ho eot enep ttoo6i t drugglittspont tsSwNYOf on every bottle n 1 II ar i ri r r 44rr ffiOLUflFfERED FOR TAYLOR Tendered ExGov Durbin if 1 heWould Surrender Him 4 JDetiils ot Alleged Scheme Have y Been ofsciissed by Men From V Kentucky djanapolls Ind Aug 30The- 1I9 this morning says It came 10- Hjjrt yesterday that when Winfleld T 4 urbln was Governor of Indiana sen Jattonal efforts were made to influence him to surrender William S Tuy tjpr to the authorities of Kentucky e facts concerning these advances Which have remained hidden for moro than six years are particularly inter f J ng at this time when exGov Tay s offer to reurn to Kentucky on Lain conditions is still fresh in the Gelie mind was one of exGov Taylors state dlttons that the balance of the toni 0000 corruption fund should be Demo reed to the State treasury so in iiisit could not be used to prostl Ithe ends of justice against his 8aid When efforts were being were ag to reach Gov Durbin it was wer pard ented that there was 93000 of tence Ifund still remaining He was low to catch the hint that if heuse hie id deliver Taylor to the Kentucky 1 c wouldMiens ran co wing or at least believing fort cledrthan six years that he could r fthere n very substantial bribe ie had chosen to Accept it Col Dur Bin has kept his own counsel and not until yesterday would he admit ihat he had been approached BOOKWALTER REFUSES Something over a your ego M yor Bookwalter who was at the hmd of the city government wiicn cfioitb were being made to kidnap Taylor startled f the country by giving an Interview to the Star In which he charged that he was called to Cincinnati where Tom Campbell attorney for the Goebelltes offered him a large sum of money If be would allow agents ofthc Kentucky authorities to come to Indianapolis and kidnap Taylor from his home Time money was to be paid Bookwalor mi condition that there would bo no police Interference with the invaders Bookwulter advised Campbell not to send any persons to Indianapolis to capture Taylor unless they made ar rangements with their undertakers in advanceIt now learned that the emmls saries of the Kentucky faction that tb4rsted for Taylors blood showed their nerve in almost as astonishing a fashion by attempting to reach the Governor himself In the early part of the year 1901 when the State Leg islature was In session Durbin re ceived an invitation to go to Cincin nati for a private contrence in reference to thja Goebel matter Unlike Mr Bookwilter he declined ro go EFFORTS NOT QUELLED This did not end the negotiations Work with th conspirators If such they might be termed as a man who was connected with a book concern at Cincinnati Col Durbin does not remember his name This man former V Iy lived at Brookville Ind where he became acquainted with Judge J F McClure also a resident of Brook ville has lived for years at Anderson and Isono of Col Durbins best friendsJudge McClure was appointed to for help in getting an audience with Gov Durbfei The conspirators wanted a tt private conferense they said Judge McClure rendered no assistance to tho Goebolltes but he did think it quite proper to inform Gov Durbin of their strange request Gov Durbin sent back word that he could be seen only at ono place and that was in the Government office at the State Capitol ut Indianapolis Later Senator C C Blukloy of Richmond Indtvho was known to be a friend of the Governorrecclvcd a cull to go to Cincinnati and he went It aeems that the Goebel avengers were conductindg their principal operations from Cincinnati in those days Seha tbr Binkley attended a meeting there y t and the propositions were ban- died about at that meeting so aston- Ished him that he lost no time initell ing Gov Durbin about it upon his return to Indiana BINKLEY TELLS DURBIN He told the Governor that the meet ing was atone of theC Inclnnatii ho somerr of those who he said were S1 sr Plans for bribing Gov Durbin were iAV- said openly discussed afc the meeting he and it was reported that ott of the original fund of 100000 thero was still avatlable 93000 Senator Blnk et lay did not come as an emissary to Gov Durbln On the cpntrary ho came aa a surprised and disgusted man would and Jthn poorer opinion of JiJ Kentucky justice than he ever had before VCol Durbin was seen at the Clay f j t I 1 d JL lazy Liver May bo oply a tired liver or a starved liver It would bo a stupid as well aa savage thing to beat a weary or starved man because he lagged in his work So- tti treating the lagging torpid liver It is a great mistake to lash it with strong drastic drugs A torpid liver is but an indication of an Illnourished enfeebled body whoso organs aro weary with over work Start with tho stomach and allied organs of digestion and nutrition Put them in working order and see how quickly your liver will bocomo active Discoveryhastrouble by its wonderful control of tho organs of digestion and nutrition It re stores tho normal activity of tho stomach Increases the secretions of tile bloodmak ing glands cleanses the system from poisonous accumulations and so relieves tho liver of the burdens imposed upon It by the defection of other organs It you have bitterer bad taste In the mom tor poor orfkrUble appetite coated tongue foul breath cokstlpated or irregular feel weak sash tired oeuxradent fraaueai headaches pafn rdlstresXn small of back gnawing or dlsfreued tMenDC In itomacb perhaps nauseaVwhshJtN oitf risings la throat after eating and klnOratmtomi of weak stomach and torpid ift cine will relieve you more pro ro- OiTien e Medical Discovery erbaps only a part ol the above symptoms will be present at one time and yet point to torpid liver or biliousness and weak stomach Avoid all hot bread and biscuits grlddlo cakes and other Indigestible food and taks tho Golden Medical Discovery regularly and stick to its use until you are vigorous and strong The Discovery Is nonsecret nonalco holic is a clycerlc extract of native medici nal roots with a full list of its Ingredients printed on each bottlewrapper and attested under oath Its Ingredients are endorsed and extolled by the most eminent medics writers of thu ago and are recommended to cure the diseases for which U Is advised Dont accept a substitute of unknown composition for this nonsecret UKDICIHK 07 KNOWN COMPOSITION pool HJC yfserdfy and asked If the facts us gvrn above allied With his recollection Yes said ho The story us you have it is subsluiulally correct WARNS REFUGEE TAYLOR Senator Binkley died a few years ago Before his death he told one other person the full particulars of the meeting at Cincinnati and the other revelations that had come to him regarding the plans to get Taylor back to Kentucky by fair means or foul That other person wasTaylor himself When seen yesterday exGov Tay lor declined to discuss Col Durbins story Ho admitted that Senator Blnk ley told him many astounding facts but said that for the reason that Senator Binkley is dead ho did not consider It proper to repeat what the Senator had told him Col purbln said that he has read certainly the propositions made by Taylor outlining the terms upon which ho will return to Kentucky Taylor is right said he His proposition is entirely fair He Is en titled to have the fullest assurance that he will be accorded exact Just tlce and nothing more He asks for u nonpartisan jury of six Democrats and six Republicans and a judge who will tote fair He is entitled to both He also asks that the balance of the 100000 corrup tion fund be turned back Into the treasury Not only for the sake of a fair trial in the Taylor case but for the good name of Kentucky that fund ought to be wiped out of existence A Japanese Custom When a Japanese girl is about to marry her mother Impresses upon her various rules of conduct to be follow ed during her wedding life says Har pers Weekly Some of these are Be always ulmable to your mother inlaw and fatherinlaw Dont talk too much Get Up early go to bed late and never sleep in the afternoon Until you are fifty never mix In crowdsDo not consult fortune tellers Do not wear light clothes Bo humble and polite Never allow yourself to be jealous Even if your husband is in the wrong never get angry Never speak evil of your neigh bors Strict obedience to a husband is a wifes noblest virtue How to Remain Young- To continue In health and strength do us Mrs NF Rowan McDonohugh Ga did She says Thuee bottles of Electric Bitters cured me of chronic liver and stomach trouble complicated with such an unhealthy condition of the blood that my skin turned red as flannel I am now practically 20 years younger than before I took Electric Bitterfl I oan now do all my work with ease and assist in my husbands store Guaranteed at all druggists Price 60c m A NEW DEAL IN fARMMARKETIN6 I Farmers Are Now Selling Their- Grain Direct to Con i sumersl On the 14th of August farmers sell Ing agencies were established in Kau sits City and IS Louis for the first time In the history of American ag riculture Farmers are now going In to the large market centers to sell the products direct to consumers in wholo lots These new agencies are also the only agencies in the country at the present time whose managers are directly accountable to the producers for the manner In which their pro ducts are handled Every man em ployed by these agencies works on the salary basis hence the inducement to make as much out of the product as possible while it is being handled from the producer to the cosumer us is the case vfttli the other class of selling agencies is removed There is no reason why these new agencies should at any time make any effort to pun millers and other buyers of grain next to as many bargains as possible 6f grain shipped to them or to help make it miserable for shipments of grain coming Iron individual or far mers elevators The missing link which the farmers have looked for so long has now been Inserted in their marketing machine The trouble which farmers elevators and independent shippers have exper ienced in the past for want of the right kind of selling agencies in the principal markets has now been v removed It is now up to the farmers independent shippers and farmers elevators to prove by their patronage whether or not they are willing to build up agencies of their own It is expected that the old agenda now established will do everything In their power to induce farmers to strive out their own agencies They will no doubt give better deals on gain shipped to them them they have ever done be fore hoping that by so doing they will be able to create such a feeling of satisfaction among the farmers and independent shippers that they will quit making all the noise and disturb I ance which they have been doing lately It would pay big for them to have dope administered to farmers and in dependent shippers so us to make them go to sleep a year or two Hay ing learned a few things from experience in the past year ortwo this won enable them to entrench themselves more strongly than ever before Millers will also Invite the establishment of these agencies because It will make it possible for them to ob tain wheat as it comesfrom the farm unplugged and unadulterated These agencies are being establish ed by the Grain Growers Department of the American Society of Epuity whose National headquarters are main tamed at Indianapolis Ind V Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood I Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin diseased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuUfllesI eating sores scrofula eczema Itching rising and bumpy skip boric palnsca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and rpalns stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express al per large bottle Srtrnple free by writing Blood Balm Co At lanta Ga B B B Is especially advised for chronic deepseated casesas It cures after all else falls 35tf j i Courtship in Scripture I If this story had come from Topeka we should have been more readily inclined to believe it because To pekas familiarity with all things Biblical is proverbial But it is n good story even if it isnt its first appearance on earth and it is told thus by the Jewell County Monitor A young gentleman at church conceived a most sudden and violent passion for a young lady in the next pew and felt desirous of entering into a courtship on the spot but the place not suiting a formal declaration the exigency sug gested the following plane He politely hand U his fair neighbor a i Bible open with u pin stuck in the following text second epistle of John verse B 1nd now 1 beseech thee lady not as though I wrote a new commandment unto thee but that which we had from the beginning I j OOOOOOOOOOOOO O OiI A New Orleans woman was thin fa 6Because she did not extract sufficient 00 T from her food he took Scott Emulsion Result I I She gained a pound a day in weight ALL DRUGGISTS i SOc AND 9100 4 4 4 I t that we love one another She rer I turned It with tho following second chapter of Ruth verso 10 Then I lio fell on her face and bowed herI self to the ground und said unto hint jJVhy have I found favor in thine eyes that thou shouldst take notice of me seeing I aim a stranger to l pointingof John Having many things to write unto you but I trust to come unto you and speak face to face From tho above interview the marriage took place the following week Kansas City Journal 4 Deafness Cannot be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only way to cure deafness und that Is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dHiou of the mucous lining of the Eus tachiun Tube When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result ant unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tulle restored to Its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out often arc caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surface We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75C Take Halls Family Pills for const i pation By Selfish Interests Only A few Republican papers which 3p1 pear as decoy ducks for t Democratic ideas assume that there is a demand from the people for Tar iff revision Just when where or the aforesaid people have spokenwhoI the subject is not statedthat 1 is dodged outright leaving the asserj lion to stand as an impudent assump f lion if the distinguished editors of these papers would get a little nearer I the people and get the idea out of Ihtir heads that what we want the I the people want it would be better deImaudonly a special deuinnd front interested parties who would run the coun try In tno ground if only their special could be exploited by FreeTrade Time fnrmer dont want the Tariff meddled with neither docs the work ingman the manufacturer the trades or in short any other of the great pro ducing interests of the country The very jev schedules Unit need revis ion can be attended to In due time but the hurry is not great It Is only the FreeTrade Democrats and the purely selfish interests In the Republi can manly that are making all this howl for revision The Republican party must go into the next Presidential campaign lone general object in view withI object is the Protection of the lug the laboring und the business Jnttrsls of the country at large With out that it would and should be de I fouled Tllfln 0 Tribune r Saved Her Sons Life The happiest mother in the little town of Ava Mo is Mrs S Ruppee I Sue writes One year ago my son was down with such serious lung trouble that our physician was unable to help him wheu by our druggists advice 1 began giving him DrI Kings New Discovery and I soon noticed improvnuiit I kept this treatment up for a few weeks when he I vas perfectly well He has worked steadily since at carpenter work Dr Kings Now Discovery saved his life Guaranteed best cough and cold cure br all druggists iiOe wid 100 Trial lottlu free m Brides in Honeymoon What is believed to be the most I peculiar honeymoons ever spent by brides jfte those of Mrs James Ryan i lid this Thomas F Noonanbridos of tho past week who a few hours after the double wedding at their homes in North Memphis left the city on tho Mississippi steamer for Louis ville while their husbands returned to workMr Ryan couldnt afford to spare the time from its work explained Mi s Ryan u comely little wornananc we thought we would enjoy ourselves by taking the honeymoon alone Mr Noonan wanted to go with us but when he found Mr Ryan could not leave he consented to stay at home the1lIoatMrs Ryan and Mrs Noonan have been Inseparable companions since early childhood and Mrs Ryan would I have married two years ago if MSB I Noonan bud not refused to become j engaged Memphis Dispatch to the New York TlnJbB a CASTOR I AFor Infants and Childl Ito Tin KM YM Hays Always BlIP Sears tke Blgnatiwof if 8- t The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for oer 30 years has borne the signature of s and has been made under his per sonal supervision sInce its infancy S Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and U Justasgood arc Jut Experiments that trifle with and endanger tine health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Costoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil ESWK goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant HK contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Xarccrtlft substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Wormfl and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and AVaiifi Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tin Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sloe I The Childrens Panacea The mothers Friend I CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYs Bears the Signature of BoughlITMC eiMTAun eoMMNv TT MunRAr OTHCCT new YORK CITY lOUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 121 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 25C THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal L5C THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 171 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm12TTHE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 32 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Owensboro Inquirer lcTHE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 3r THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 17 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 15C THE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 15U Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN V Capital Stock 25G3t Surplus Profits I233G Will loan money from 1 Gir to 12 months This is your Baal C ore in DIRECTORS Gate Likens Alvin Row eBursi Felix Jim Polk Stevens Fayne Gntfiu i vJJQI TILLERS OF THE SOIL sr1 I fi fcf- rCJ Will Make no Mistake by Visiting tho Reliable hi fiandWell Known Firm of bt 8 WILLIAMS MILLER t 4 bt 43 For anything they need 011 the farm They ol = handle Plows of all kinds and makes Disc tt J Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows riding and ft 49 walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes and = buggies for young folks and old folks = 4 bit S In Addition= We have the best equipped shop in Ohio county = 4R fittedwith the Jateat improved machinery and ap i = plianoes and besides all kinds ofgeneral Blacksmith = 2 ing can do many jobs in firstclass shape Mhat other IC2 shops cannot do at all Everything at very model fc = ate prices = = EVIL LIAMS MILER = 4fi BEAVER DAM KENTUCKY It49 Yt W r- w y t c J 0 oj Ar Hartford Republican A h iMStd by the Hartford Iabllihlng Company a IMOOBFOBAVBD 1 1- r 011 B4KNETTl 1 X8KIT rMmf 1 rEzzPaotC belanM3aoUCh 31veX MQa It iLy r FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 6 Examine the label on your paper f Itls not correct notify us i r ANOUNCEMElIi J i we are authorized to unnouuce WILLIA is r FLENERor East bearer Dam precinct ay a tandldnte for Jailer of Ohio count inbject t the action of the Republican party I REPUBLICAN TICKET jt tForGovernor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON J of Louisville ii For Lieutenant Governor W H COX Of Mason County For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT- Of Christian County For Auditor FRANK P JAMES Of Mercer County i For State Treasurer CAPT ED FARLEY Of McCracken County For Secretary of State e DR BEN L BRUNER- Of Hart County t For Supt of Public Instruction G CRABBE ItJBoyd County of Agriculture t M J RANKIN Henry County for+ Court of Appeals iNAPIER ADAMS PulaskI county State Senator t 11OfW WRIGHT Muhlenburg County Representativei I DR J A DUFF Sulphur Springs Precinct f r So General Blngham with forty hillnndrWhat has Mr Hager to say abou- the proposed Constitutional Amend ment requiring a tax receipt before one can vote If Bingham is to be side tracked In i favor of Tyler what disposition Is to be made of Dick Knott Hope he is i not to be dumped back on the Re publicansIBob Franklin cannot escape respon I sibility by denying any knowledge of the attempts to bribe a Governor of Indiana They were made by an employed attorney for the commonwealth and one who received a good slice of the 100000 reward fund tH the proposed Constitutional carries we will have t I pin our tax receipt to our registration certificate and tote them both t the polls or be refused a vote It 1 difficult enough to vote now with out throwing any further Impediments In the way Voto down the tax amendment it is another scheme t debauch elections FlsIcalelection as it would have been needless expense to the county Whit- there were a good ninny citizens wh would have supported It it could not carry at this time The good roads I sentiment must be encouragedthough and so soon as possible macadamizing should begin That is the only wa- to make permanent good roads in this country S GIVES UP ALL HOPE Since the disgraceful surrender o Mayor BIngham after all his boast j ful talk about reforming Louisville Democrats havo given up all hope of carrying the city this full In a two column editorial lust Monday the Cou rierJournal spews up both factions s and admits that neither had anyshow 1 to win the election in the following r ji p terse language The proposal to hold a PrImary t I and to run a ticket with Mr Tyler lit oult 1 puts a body of gnetlcmen in who will wish they had stayed out after the a November election R TEN YEARS OF DINGLEY f i TARIFF I Last Wednesday was the tenth anniversary J of the enactment of the t Dingley Tariff law And what a F change there is in conditions j t Ten years is not a long in tile worlds history The memortesgt- most of us can easily span Jt Ten ears ago our foreign trade was less t tYrhl T than 2000000000 now It is morn than 3000000000 a year Then the Government revenues were lusufflclen to cover tho expenditures while now with the expenditures greatly Increase ed we1 ftuve a substantial surplus Atl thatftQliaslnesa was depressed and Industry languished while now then yearoon the pldiingB with ncalL for thelr Use and now with vastly increased Ills the freight that is tier notSarsenougljfro itrhave been such years of activity I anti growth as neither thla counlrj uor the world has ever known THEDEMOCRATIC PLATFORM- In tils opening speech at Lexington las saturday Mr Huger laid down the4DWpcratic platform claiming that as jr was nominated by a primary election the power to do this had beer I delegated to him by the people His platform consisted of eleven short sec ions all generalities which for the most part everybody endorses Not one word however about Sunday 1 closing or the county unit proposition Now1 what is the Hartford Herald go ing to do to Mr Hags about this It has chewed the rag these many days because it thought tho Republic an platform was silent about Sunday closing and how finds itself in as bad predicament as when It denounc ed the Republican party and called all Christian Republicans of whom it admitted there were many to de sort it because a letter had been sent out asking dollar contributions for campaign purposes fund awoke a few days afterward to find on its desk a letter signed by the Demo cratic National Chairman asking the Identical same thing Consistency thou art a jewel Will the Herald be consistent and inform its readers that the Democratic platform as given out by candidate Huger ignores the Sunday closing question and also the county unit question and that the criticism which it has leveled at Republicans for weeks applies to Its own party with greater force This platform contains no word of hope for those who desire nonparti san courts and nonpartisan boards for our charitable Institutions No word of encouiagement for those who de sire to see the registration certificate law repealed That our readers may see what it says and more Important what it does not say we print below this remarkable one man platform Firse Insistence upon faithfulnes and economy In the management of public affairs demanding that public bulilfiitIP SecondFor the impartial find ener getjc enforcement of all laws TljrdThat there shall be no ex penditure of public money except in obedience to law and that strict econ omy shall be observed in public ex pendituresIFourth In favor of fostering and developing the educational Interests of the State Fifth Insistence upon just and rea sonable rates and impartial service from the railroads within principles thehpublic Sixth Requiring that all corporations hull bear their just and due proportion of the burdon of taxation shallocome up to the full requirements of beingomats ter of taxation SeventhWelcoming every reform In administrative methods that will re titsopeople Eighth Favoring improvement In every respect possibly In the conduct of the States public institutions es fornthe Insane i ofothe material development of the State and of conditions that invite the in vestment of capital within or borders Tenth Expressing opposition to all theyupbuilding of trusts or tions that operate to oppress both con sumer and producer of the products of the farm muterf ence to the Constitution and to the Jeffersonian doclrinoiof justice rind equal rlguts to all Same Thing Over Again The country got a dose of it from 1893 to 1897 when the McKinley re storation lifted the country out of the mire of despondency They wanted cheaper things in those days tuft in due time they got them Horses were given away on the farms of Iowa Hogs went down to 2DO and cattle were high at 3 per hundred All farm could be had cheap j anil labor also was cheapened EverytnlngQ was cheap and in all the large cities soup was so cheap that it was given away to the hungry men and women who were out of work Coxey and Kelly started to march armies of the unem ployed across the country to storm the 1111thEhis famous book In favor of cheapening even the American dollar and Mr Bryan came forward with his Y 1 4- r speech about crucifying jommebodyo a cross of gold which won him the presidential nomination the gentle voice of the culm McKin ley saying that the relief ditch the people wanted and needed Avtis not t0 Through the andfJu the midst of those cheap things th cam be had through the opening of the mills in order that the fleople again have work at fair wages an would again bo able to buy product s of the farm and gardens and poultry yards and creameries of thpcountrj They took the advice of Mcklnlej Ho was elected President The Tarll f was again revised but not in the direction of the pratings of the mod era revisionists The Dinglcy la1 was the result Almost immediate y the cuntry leaped forward andMpwar d apd prosperity was lhelotof the whole land Laboring men got more for their labor and farmers got more for their products But with fatties came discontent of another kind Th envious ones while doing well them selvesthought that somebody else wus doing still better and so they were taught to want another change Some are now clamoring for that othe changePerhaps they will get it Every generation has to learn Its own les sonThey want to go through the pro cess again But some wll be sorry fo it As soon as a few men are thrown out of work as they will bo if the country goes on fussing things will be cheaper They may even become as cheap again as they were u dozen years ago But however cheap they lire what shall it benefit men if they have not even the money with which to buy cheap things As for the rich they will take cure of themselves They will buy lip the things that are cheap lay them aside until the next rise comes Great is the process Great are the agitators Great are the discontented the reformers This is a great world and politics is one of the greatest games in tCedar Rapids Republican Demands The Reason With time conviction growing stron ger every duty twit tIll principal issue of the next Presidential campaign will be the Tariff and with u number of n inimnl Republicans like Taft Cum miss and La Follette openly licking the Democratic side of the question it is of the utmost importance taat the Republican party speedily decides where it stands on this most vital principle of Republicanism and by a pnfcrence of its leaders or ah ex rtBslon by States and districts d fr nlnts whether the Republican DjoUcy of Protection shall have a place in the next national platform or whether the party will faceabout completely Join the Democracy and become an advocate of FreeTrade or a Tariff for revenue only With men who claim prominence In the councils of the party openly advocating FreeTrade it is high time they be called upon for u reason for their demands and as Senator For ker of Ohio says furnish a bill of particulars that will give Republicans s a reason for renouncing the cardinal principle of their faith and going over to those whoso belief and pillcy on this great question have hitherto been the cause of disaster and ruin to American industries T pj How is Tariff revision to benefit the United States What great advantage will the pcoplo derive from u change of schedules How will it in crease the output of farm factory and nine Where will it open new mar kets When will it open new mills In what lino of business will it create an opening for more capital and what great division of labor will secure In creased wages because of its adoption Why should the farmers of Cooper county support Tariff revision The Illst time they did so brought ruin to and the products of their farms were so Jow in prlco us to lordly bo worth harvesting The experiences of 1893 were too costly w thu people of this section to be repeated without gaud reason and utter careful study It remains for the advocates of this Democratic theory to show cause for ReimbltcansI maintained prosperity Central MIs sour RellUbllcanIun the Firing Line V i The Louisvile Herald has announced that it has perfected plans vgihereby It will be represented by a capable staff correspondent who will accpm pan the candidate for Governor Augustus E Willson on his spcech nak Ing itinerary and furnish full iCepor- tof the progress of the Might for goo jovernmerit also the speeches of the Republican orators and the Incidents of the campaign I The Herald has also arranged for an additional staff representallva at Frankfort at the center fromSnvhich the enemys activities will be directed Advance information will be supplied through its columns as to the plans tmaneThe whole field of political waffare will be thoroughly covered J ORDERS OF THE OHIO- COUNTY COURT Entered at Special August Terms And Regular September Termd August 7W H Blackburn up pointed keeper of ferry at Ceralvo August 9G B Likens appointed administrator of J S Vaught de ceased rAuftlst 14John B Wilson appointed as trustee of Mary Crumplon August 17John W Short of col or was appointed administrator o Louis Ranking deceased tInt Jarre Napier qualified as ltd deceasedaadministratorW W Gains qualified as administrator of R T Davenport deceased August 21 AssefBment of R T and J T Sncdden corrected und they were released from payment of tuxes on 500 erroneously listed August 22 Assessment of E D Ford corrected and he was exonerated from payment of tax on dog which himrAug 24 Administration upon the estate of Mary Jane Howard was grant ed to Estil M Howard August 29Green River Coal Min ing Co exonerated from payment of taxes on 10000 erroneously listed Aug 31J A Rowan exonerated from payment of taxes on 500 erro neously listed Regular terni September 2B W Rial et al motion for reconstruction of ditch continued for report of open ingW S Trunnell et ul motion for new road continued for report of openingG Roberts et al motion for change In roadno order M F TIchenor ct at motion for public ditch reported that contract for opening had been let to V G Barnett Claude Maddox el al mutton for graded school ut McHoiiry continued for report of election Lulu A Cox et al motion for new road continued for report of opening- S T Hunter Guardian of Overnults heirs settlement confirmed- L B Daniel administrator of Os car Midkiff deceased inventory and appraisement confirmed- S K Cox guardian of W H Sim- ons settlement confirmed C E Daniel guardian of Daniel heirs settlement confirmed- S H Ellis administrator of A C Ellis settlement confirmed Mrs J A Miller administrator of J A Miller settlement confirmed J HB Carson guardian of Daugh erty settlement confirmed EM Howard administrator of Mary Jane Howard Inventory and appraise ment continued for exception- W P Render guardian of Lena Render settlement continued for excep flans Pearl Algood an Infant born in Davless county being destitute was surrendered to Kentucky Childrens Home at Louisville Ky Roy Baker appointed guardian of Less Renders heirs The following road overseers were appointed Willie Griffin in place of Len White Columbus Austin in place of Solon Ciiinn H J Soul hard in place of E L Klrlley Ellis Balton in place of Joseph Bewley Robert Neal in place of Weaver Hocker Ol lie Ezell in place of Roy Wells L D England in place of Wm Allen Robert Miller in place of James Daugherty Jesse Swope in place of Leslie Hines J M Blacklock In place or Llotlne Hurt Frank Roach in place of James Taffy Ed Jackson in piece of J L Addington Timer Weslerfleld In place of W V Tinsloy Tom Crow der In place of Henry Her P A Rob orison in place of Jim D Fulkerson Anderson Davidson inplaco of Russell Davidson The way to get t rid of a coldwheth- fr I U be tt ball cofd11or Just n little systemstrough the bowels Nearly all Cough Cures especially those that contain plates are constipating Kennedys Lnxative Cough Syrup contains no plates and acts gently on the bow ds Pleasant to take Sold by all Druggists m Among The Lodges Hartford log No 676 F A M met last Monday at 230 oclock p m and three candidates were glv hp the Entered Apprehtlco degree At werde gree work considerable routine mat ter was disposed of The attendancet was not large owing to the inclement weather but good work awes done by till those present several members s rilling stations whichthey had never Attempted before In a man per A call meeting will be held next Monday night and the Master urges everyone to attend if possible S 0 0 Rough River lodge No 110 yk of P had 4 a splendid meeting Tuesday I 6 E P f BRNES1 BROS n = Wheat and Fertilizer 1Dont YptLlcnpw that there more is money to be i made will Jess jabot1 in the proper combination of fthese two elements in properly prepared sol thanJ most any other two known to progressive fl1r Dont you know that the growing of wh at is ab solutely necessary to the proper rotation of crops for thejraproyeraent of your soilS v pont yeti know that by the liberal use of r HORSE SHOE BRAND of Fertilizers you call make your farm a little better every yeariArdy- ou will not 6nly make your farm better but have And think how ouch 1aupon t n7dre Shoe 1 Br zerlfori The success ot a wheat crop depends entirely up on the liberal use of the right kind of commercial fertilizer You know the Horse Shoe Brand is right because it has been used by the best farmers Iin this country fdr over twentytwo years Drive your wagon to our store andIve will take you to our warehouse and give you the very stuff that will make you money and make you happyi Beaver Darn Ky iStS night The third rank was conferred on two Esquires Chancellor Com mander Wnlkir and ViceChancellor Her covered th m8lcv B with glory in the work wril h each put pn for the first time Ndiw that t e hot weather season IB almose pastl rwe hope a large number of stayatrhome mem berB will rittAMtS lodge We are sure they would if they only knew what they are missing Attitudes and Platitudes Attitudes and platitudes that is a succinct summary of the first cam paign appearance of Beckham timid Hager made nt Lexington Saturday It must havebeen a disappointing spectacle to their friends and supporters though It zany frankly he said It filled every expectation of the Republican Forty I Gov Beckham indulged in the attitudes and Mr Huger In the atti tudes The former UrnmdH ill apes trophized his mother tuning1 sonic what melm advantage of her Ucall Ing her to witness thatfjiqhad never in public or prjyute Il1gm done any thing to be ashamed of while the lat ter paraded a platform that for polite and respectable hliNSIH a mas terpiece of C9 Mr Hugers speech was evidently prepared and must have kept the dupe bureau at Frankfort busy for many nights Printed copies were dis tributed to the press before delivery and the candidlhe l ll led lilit manu script laboriouslyand1 with such weary ing effect that iiis hddlcrice began to leave before ho reached the end contract for the new CHlilto1 archi tect called for a feeor 40J00 to bo paid to Architect Andrews and this in view of the fact that Mr Mey er an architect of experience In such work had offered to undertake It for 516000 Latter Mr Huger went on to say owing to the decision to use mar ble in the construction pf the build ing another 11000 was added to Mr Andrews feel f That Is all very interesting but the wondaring51000 for work that could helve been done fort 16000 In J 1 commenting on the15rtravngarice In public printingMr Hagei1 was even weaker ln his attempted excuse Ho whichMrState at ah exhprbtantf nrlcecostal most seven times whtft they jcmld have been produced for He simply says that for some inscrutable mtson tho public wlir be BIQJV to appr clntethey could notvbe gotten ortessSlJJQ1Y this is aqonfcssionof werskncsB iyul Inaplltude that viVnotf trrJJrJice I y 1 i Y t y by the peoplee who are footing the bills rf But the most discreditable feature of the Democratic candidates pliable exhibition was the weaving of the bloody shirt of Goebellsm and the deliberate appeal made to passion and hatred in which Gov Beckham joined ed him So frequently was this dark page in Kentucky history referred to- yb both speakers that it would seem anydefinitetration of the State had determined to resurrect the dead and parade the ghost of their unhappy leader as an Isue It is a poor cause that will seek to divide a State eager for peace for concord and for neIghborliness up on a question of this kinds That man Is no patriot who will deliberately pander to latent bitterness and fun the dying embers of a fire that has alreadyleft ugly scars upon the Com momvealth Do the Democrats want the Republicans to take up this mat ter and tell over again the shameful story of persecution for political purposes of Caleb Powers through purchased Juries and partisan Judges Cannot both parties agree to honor justice and the law in this wretched affair and free the State forever from shadowThe i Herald said of Mr Willson that he had pitched his cam paign upon a high plane We wish we could honestly say the same of Mr Hager but it Is imjpossible Louis ville Herald I For Thin- oorBlpo4P You can trust a medicine yearsofExperience with ytrt Sir saparlllaj the ordinal Saris ptrilla the SaraapariJIa itadoctors frtkiu blfllndl weak neliVes teneral debility dOItsteasutls11IJa buNgtile SsrsisrriID AlM z =11411 lJers UMKY rwrilut w1hiw I l l i AI i M t r rt a 1 f d f I JAIa5 r Clothing and Sloes a Everyyoupgman wants too dressed and he also wanls to know exactly where ttbgo to find his outfit We specialinvitation ote one entire room exclu I ively to Clothing Shoes and F HatSi and can beyond doubt please you in style price and quality Try us OUR SPECIALS These are the celebrated 1 Shield brand and our Sterling Clothing all handworked buttonholes and benchtailor ed None so good none so cheap We have now our en tire 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 of taste wouldwant I Clothing but come direct to us JI I Style DuD till bluchern 1026 UII mcUl tciuioa pale shauko ede ole American Sentleman SHOE I ToetIdy those Qt1ality1 we to you and Clothing Shoe- Headquarters I Hartford Republicanj FRIDAY Illinois Central RalroadTlnr Table I jVortli Bend Boalh 1aaultd- No lS24nii a m Nol l dUoI1t81 alD- AIJ m- k p m No101 p Ho103 due pm No181dae040pfm- For Furniture visit Carson Mr S M Dexter Centertown was a caller Wednesday I WANTEDChickens Eggs and Pota t CARSON CO Rev 0 M Shultz and family the guests of relatives at Prentls I Esq wTVMiller Horse Branch was a pleasant caller Wednesday 1 Mr and Mrs T J Morton Island were the guests of relatives in the first of the week I We always pay the highest market i price for Chicokens and Eggs- CARSON CO See Barnard fcCoB new arrivals in for Jail and winter 1907 and 1908 i f Miss Verna Curtis of Evansville tJsJbe guest of her cousin Miss 1 Curtis city 3 rri I r f YqR SALE CHEAP now Stude baker Wagon Apply a once to the itfbMissSusle I il ilghWt City fcfrth gtiestaafKis Heber Matthews tifc tpf thg weks A I I iteeBttitlatd tCos Clotbing They l from the tailoring chops f- Pi18 s of St Louts r- 1LaeterAElijal1 j I Thomas SOH of Mr 1 f 4 andl r recovering- tftom a e lho attekoEtovers I I Iy AJON2Eol99teams 325 day j Walton Wilion QdeB qp t HNtford rJy G u- i FY Dont buy outofdate I It is conceded by men who wear Fine Shoes that our Shoe is uptodate our styles better our larger and our prices lower than those of our colnpetitiors Our Parro Jap Patent Leather our Hamilton Brown in Vici Gun Metal Box Calf are excellent wearers and should JDiIiarJ bKL ypplease who J footwear Visit promise please in Price Style and SEPTEMBER 407 doe 2A8 doll2dne1fi80 548 Co pleasant toes are Hartford Clothing ern i91e Central fir pf WANTED stock slections or Mr M S Raglahd Dundee was InI Hartford Wednesday Dr E B Pendh ton was in Louisville the first of the week IMr and Mrs W M Fair are in Eastern markets buying fall goods Mr RE Lee Simmerman was in Louisville on business the first of the week Ii j BOARD 3 WANTED For board ing during he Fairltiipply to Mrs Jno B Foster Miss Laura Morton returned last SaturdayTrolh a two weeks visit atl CncinnatiN Mrs JohnjSinitn Owensboro was the guest ot her Blelcr Mfs Mal Harl city the first of the week Mrs Sam Morton of the smullho us- nelgbborhoodrIsthe guest of her daughter Mrs TJ R Barnard Qunrtcrlymcris services will beheld at Mt Hermon next Sunday pre sided over by PrepblElder Hays Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tf You cannot afford to miss Jesse James and Ten Nights in a Bar Room at Beans Opera House September 12 and 13 milliner and general buyer are lOur the Eastern markets Dont fail to see tho many new things they will bring backt BARNARD CO Mrs F L Felx and daughter Miss Elizabeth city j and Mrs Ella Boone and Maggie Duncan Louisville huve returned fromta months visit to At antic City IUr Clarence Melds who is in the employ bfeSo 1LhernPacific R R quat New prleansLd is the guest pf parWsj Mr aid Mrs Henry Fields city Mr and Mrs W Wl Loyd Barretts j Ferry who vhad1 been the I relatives and attending the Christian rfeyival in Hartford since Saturday returned home Tuesday- S j S Sheriff R B Martin went to Lou isville yesterday For RentA vfiveroom cottage on Frcdrica street Apply at this office Messrs 0 S White and Fred Baize Baizotown were pleasant call ers yesterday The newest designs in mens and young mens Clothing await you with- In Barnard Cos now Clothing cab- Inets UDurnardanfels the first of the week buying new fall goods ComingBrown Roberts present- Ing the great Western Melodrama Jesse Jiimes at Beans Opera House September hWJ Miss Slella Woernerwho has been- ill of typhoid fever at her home ongl Union street for the past several weeke is able to be out again to IDeputy County Court Clerk Roscoe has been ill for a few dll of what was at first thought to sI appendicitis but which proved to be less serious The Schrooters will be at Hartford to wharf with their Floating Studio In time for the fair They are making better photographs than ever Dont fall to visit the boat and see samples while attending the fair 7tf Mr Cecil Stevens arrived at last Friday night after an absence ofI several months a portion of which he has been in school at Georgetown and the remainder he has been with an amateur base ball team All Shoes look good In the window but the really good Shoe must not only look good but prove It It must C stand up and hold its shape and wear of and satisfy your feet That is the C kind you get when you buy Shoes at I Carson Gos I Mrs Gross Williams returned theI first of the week from an extended visit to relatives at St Louis She was accompanied home by her slsII ter Miss Linda Hoecker and niece Miss Helen Aufderhlde who will be the guests of Mr and Mrs Williams for several daysIiThe Ohio County Medical Society will meet in Hartford WedncsdayScp tember 18 1907 Dr Wedding willI cunduct a quiz on typhoid fever anti Dr McKinney on malaria The meet- Ing will begin at 10 a m in Superintendent DeWeeses office Every docI tor urged to be presentrSome expert wiremen from Lou isville Ky are in Hartford working for the Kentucky Light Power Co They will hebereonly 1 short time and any one desiring wiring done would do well to take advantage of the opportunity For further inforr oration apply to M L Heavrin The last Saturday in October is the day set apart to mnke a house to houseI canvass of the entire county n e half of the Sunday School cause Col C M BEruett is Superintendent of this department and will take the matter up with the common school teachers in due time The hearty cooperation of all workers will be appre ciated A M Lee the man who was recent ly arrested near Pleasant Ridge for stelInia horse from someone at Rockport and who has been In jullI since that date in default of bull was tried for lunacy before a jury in Judge Taylors court Monday and af ter hearing the evidence he was pro nounced insane and ordered to be taken to the Hopkinsville Asylum The threeyear old son of Mr and Mrs Enos Johnson while playing with some of his companions accidentally overturned a large cupboard which tell on him inflicting a very serious wound on the head and sustaining per haps serious internal injuries Dr S W Crowe of Maxwell was culled sued dressed the wounds and at last ac count the child was getting along as well as could be expected Mrs Douglassthe Widowed daughter of Mr B H Stewart of the Manda nelghborhooddicd quite suddenly last Monday afternoon She was keeping house for Mr Stewart and on his re turn from work about four oclock In the afternoon Mrs Douglass life less body was found on the floor An inquest was held by Esq W P Miller and the verdict of the jury was that death resulted from heart failure Mr and Mrs W B Render Mr and Mrs T J Smith and Miss Mary Smith of Hartford and Miss Dena Woodward Beaver Dam returned Wednesday from an extend ed visit to Mr and Mrs Sam Render at Norman Oklahoma They all re pprt a delightful trip and enjoyable ylslt MJiv Render and Mrl Smith visited ninny points of interest in Texas Indian Territory and Oklahoma while gone Th were accompanied home by Mrs Wayne Render j The well known and popu lar Third KentucKy Regiment Band has been 1ployedand make music for the finsSeptember days t CB HOWARD KILLED J BY CIRCUS TRAIN Was TwentyFive Years Old and Js Survived by Wife and c Four Cnildren I III WiB Howard was Instantly killed latbjluondiy night on tne Illinois CenII railroad truck at Deanfield by ringlno pulling the Cole Brothers show train which left Owensboro at 1130 oclock Mondny night After thq train hit Howard It was discov ered by the men on the train and his body wus found shortly after slbut he was dead It is said that Howard had been drinking at dcil durlng Mondny raid was 1- lunn intoxicated condition and went sleep on the railroad track Howard was thirtyfive years old III und is survived by u wife and four children He was considered a good citizen In Deunfield and hud mtny friends Ho was engineer in the Deanfield coal plant He was known drink excessive at times The funeral services were conducted from the residence Wednesday morning at Deanfield Brilliant Opening of Hartford jliegeall fltudens seemed anxious to begin j work Many patrons and former students II wro present Col C M Barnett 11 Crowe and Judge J S the Bond of Education Prof GuI P Keown and Mrs J S Glenn g voi 4 some interesting as well as Instructor talks Pre T J Morton of Island Ky who for several years was at the head of the college gave an inter j esting tfclk that was highly appreciate i nonresident students are in attendance and many more will conic lifter the fiir The following are the j nojkrPBldfn students Forest Salmon WhiHinghill A J BriteherRoy i Hatcher Enos Moseley Devert Muse ley Leslie SUtiltz Ilolvu Leach Julia Leach D nn Wilson Iabf 1 Webb I Glenn Corn Jackson Amy Huff Hess Mason Clara Robertson Beatrice H ayncs and Lizzie Wilson and Weston M luncon and Theare Hol of Louisiana The total enroll for Monday was two hundred The 11trvarr folks are getting nctlvcI ThojHypatan and Adelphian literary I socle os wilTMjo organized in a short tlm Atheletlcs are not to be nrg I Itctert1 this year Tho young men have organized two strong teams of basketball players HERBERT Sept lRev R T Bruner tilled ugulur appointment Saturday and Sunday Tobacco worms are very bad in this section Horn to Mr and Mrs Wilt CotleI August 28 u dhughterIMr Sam Haynes and daughterMrs Telia Barrett are visiting Mr and Mrs Minor Haynes Madlsonville Mrs Florence Lyons and children Whltesville Mr Lee Estes and family Yclvlugton were the guests of Mr und Mrs E W Lyons last week Miss Jennie May Duncan Owens hero returned home this morning after a two Weeks visit to Miss Sallie Ford Mis Grant Mldkiff returned from a two weeks visit to Evansville and Owensboro Mrs Ellen Ford is visiting her brother Rev Hillery Head WeshlngI ton lad 11Irs Amos Skinner and Miss Mat tie Milllgan went to Fordsville today to spend a week with their sister Mrs Wm Chumbliss- Mr I Forest Chambers and sister Al ma Hlckman Ky are the guests of the f milt of Mr J B Chambers MIPS Eunice Bruncr Owensborovis ited ner grandmother Mrs Annie Lyons Sunday Milks Annie Smith Fordsville visit ed lOiss Mabel Miller the past weak Mr Tom Massle Miss Katie Char lotte Holland Whitesvllle and Miss Ida Gist attended church at Panther Creek Sunday and dined at RM Milers Ms Hallie Miller is visiting the family of Hon R A Miller Owens boro Miss Slfrles Gatewood is visiting her aunt Mrs Amanda Stewart Mrs Solomon ObenChaiu is visiting her daughter Mrs Obe Burdett Mr Homer Milligan moved his fam ily to Knottsvllle Monday and Mr Then Halem Is moving into the house vacated by him Quite a crowd of young folks went on a hay ride to Floral Saturday night Mr Arthur Burdette has received a four year appointment to Bowling Green College his friends are very glad to hear of his success Miss Fannie Rico is visiting her fatheif Rev Wm Bruner Brandon burg SWanted Good pay to right arues Call at this of fice September 7 1907 2N M CLOTHING ANNOUNCEMENT We are pleased to inform our trade that we are now receiving find have on display a part of our Fall shipment of Clothing Wo have secured the agency of a line whose good points are many Our Clothing is new not only in style but in cloth and finish On account of this stock being absolutely new you take no risk of getting a pat tern or style out of date It is on the Sleeve The price is so plain that you know at once ex actly the real value of any Suit of ours Schwabs of St Louis is the line we are handling Perfect fitting and holding their shape and quality in the cloth are their strong points No better Clothing made anywhere no greater values ever offered Prices 310 1250 15 and 20 For that new Fall Suit call on us We are sure to please you in all points BARNARD Cf CO Hartford Kentucky KILLED BY ILLINOIS CENTRAL FREIGHT TRAIN I I Will Edwards Attempts to Board Moving Train and Fails Under it I Will Edwards of Horton was instantly killed at 5 p m Tue duyil Beaver Dam by an Illinois Central freight traini I Edwards attempted to dttchjtthetr- uism as it passed him to ride hum The train was moving rapidly timid when he caught to the hand bar IK was thrown violently to the ground under tile wheels His head IIE crushed und leg and an arm won cut off Edwards was a young man oighcMi years of nge He had burn to Bctivw Dam to see the Cole Brothers ciruiiis and had started nome walking along the railroad track and on seeing Uk approaching train determined to ride it Judge W H Taylor was notified and he and County Attorney Wood ward went to Beaver Dam and held an inquest The jury returned a ver diet in accordance with the above facts It is reported that young Edwards mother had a dream a short while ago that her son would moet death In the way that he did Marriage License The following marriage license have been issued since our last report Sammy Leach Magan ago 2G to Matilda Whitehouse Magan ago 10 Floyd Rice Fordsville ago 22 tcMdli Howard Fordsvllle age 17 L H Condit Matanzas age 38 to Hullio King Heflln age 30 Arthur Beck Maudu age 27 to Lola Baize Baize town nge 22 Albert V Goqdtn Charleston Mo age 3u to Fuiuyo Cjx Hartford ago 20 SMALLHOUS Sept 4Mr Charley A Furrer of Evansville and mother frame to Smallhous Tuesday Mr Fuhrer wind Miss Annie Tichenor were quietly married at the home of the bride Wednesday August 28 Rev W A Grant officiating They returned to their home in Evansville Friday Mr Caz Mason and family have returned from a ten days visit in Breck enrldge county Miss Kittinger of Earl is the guest of Mrs Opple Kittinger Mr Opple Kiltinger together with I IVA h Mr T R Barnard of Hanford has gonelo Cincinnati to purchase his fall stock of goods Mrs Sanford Fulkerson has return ed to her home in Rockport accom panted by Miss Alice Fulkerson who will make a visit there Mcssre J C Drake and Ben Ross went to Hartford Tujsdiiy Misses Onia M ddox Alyce Fulkor wivUlha Addingioii und Ethel Hun QCI iMessrs Jess ICky and 0 W OverhnltB attended cun cit at Center town Thursday ev ung tMr Cnarlos Ct sbirr and funnily of MunloiilnirK cjutity spent Suiubiy with r Bob Ijudinley anti family Mr Aloimt IVsnre went to Hartford Monday Mr Sam Uilbra snd Masters Bar nard and Henry Wirhrow of Mata zm woio in our midti Saturday Mr M P Maddox and wife wore the guests of Mr und Mrs J C Mill Sunday Mr Lewis Geiger and wife have rn turned from a visit to Mr Laz Athor ton of IJuol Ky Land for Sale Fiftyfour acres good farming land for sale one mile from Hartford on pike Will go at a bargain F M WESTERFIELD PALO Sopi iA large crowd from horo attended the show ai Beaver Dam Saturday All ned a good timo Rev J G Goodman filled his rogu ls r appointment i l Marvins Chapplo Saturday night and Sunday i Mr EfiUll Aladcn is on the sick list Mrs W N Coy Mrs J T Hines CoySaturdayMr and Mrs Olin Duke and child M1and Mrs John Hunger Mrs JanetMaden attended the ice cream supper at thd residence of Mr E E Durbin Saturday evening also Mrand Mrs EstiA M a don Mr W L Coy of Owensboro is visiting his parents mere V Mrs Jessie Maden was in Sunnydale lycstordiiy on business LAST CALL For Tax in Ohio Counfy IThe time is getting near when un der the 1906 act of the Legislature I will bo compelledto collect all taxes so If you havent a tax receipt when that time come you will have to pay 18 per cent penalty and clerk cost yourmfajty RB MARTIN SO C r n t1 u I i THE LONGING DEL J SIRE FOR A r J Not Due to Fatigue But to The Monotony of Everyday TasksfDespite the love and Interest we bear our associates and surroundings a time comes when we grow weary and i jadedand naturally long for some sort of change We have no desire for a substitution of other objects and laces as a permanency we merely seek to break the monotony of things before entering on a fresh chapter in our lives The desire for a change can hardly I derive Its origin from the nature of our occupation There is nothing co loon to all professions and businesses which clamor for stated relief Nor can the desire for a change be due to mere fatigue because this is alleviated by dally recurring periods of i rest Moreover the natural laws pro vide that each repetition of an act renders its performance both easier and more simple Some men talk of the necessity for rest as though every fragment of mental and physical power wus completely I I exhausted Yet on close observation of them when the desired change ha been secured it Is quite evident their powers were not seriously weaken edThere may be some temporary fail ure of energy brought about by sheer monotony but this is a very differ ent thing from complete The centers of force from which strength and energy are derived may easily become lethargic front an una Foldable lack of fresh stimulus The common round of dully life in the home as well as in the house of business in consequence of its monotonous routine ceases at times to stir the center of energy and strength j of purpose and when these springs of force arc not vigorously active there is a lack of nterest in the workf and therefore a feeling of loss of pow t erNow the way In which a changeI operates is not so much by affording exemption from toil as by supplying fresh stimulants for the lethargic centers of energy This point Is Important becomes it directs attention a- once to the way In which a change should be employed Every mistaken notion that the weariness demanding the change is the outcome of qxhaustation must bo en tirely put aside The physical and mental powers are not used up the are merely asking for some variation i of the stimulus The fire may have died down but simply because it has not been properly stirred The motorthe yacht the fishing rod the gun and the camera in their le gitimate uses play the part of stimu lants though not to all of us In a like degree Some find what they need walking through country lanes nnd villages others prefer the Continen tal trip with its hubbub of foreign tongues There are persons more hap py when encountering the discomforts of a tour or excursion and there are other more sensitive individuals who Ii instead of being stimulated by difficulties t to travel would quickly sue cumb The perpetual round of excitements that one obtains nt most seaside resorts l is hardly the sort of stimulant for the jaded nerves and tired body of a busy worker Something must be radically wrong in the change If on return ing to ones lioinc iiud business tho routine duties seem to be more than ever distasteful The change that best suits the average purson is one that stirs his energies naturally ant honrstl andI in perfect accord with his ordinary mode of life Energy thus elicited will add to the stuck of useful force and will provo to be available long Iesometho change has failed of its main purpose viz the brightening of life and the improvement of mental undt physical health Pearsons Weekly Worked Like a Charm Mr D N Walker editor of that a spicy Journal the Enterprise Louisa I Va says I ran a nail in my foot ileasweek and at once applied Buck Arnica Salve No Inflammation followed the salve simply healed theII wound Heals every sore burn and skin disease Guaranteed at all drug r gists 25c m Jl That Military EscortJJ I I t Probably In the history of this country no Governor in his sane and r sober senses ever made n more absurd proposition than that which recently is 1 sued from the executive mansion at Frankfort offering to former Governor William S Taylor a military guard to protect him from arrest in case hey should return to Kentucky Whom the Gods would destroy they s first make mad Is a saying that leaps to ones mind on reading of this pro 1posal to set the militia of the States 0 in opposition to its administration of r the law The suggestion is nothing r short of anarcblal subversive of the 1 j V 7 fundamental principles of government and creating a precedent from whic tinEmost men that to put the military bc tween Taylor and arrest Is merely to set one arm of the government at variance with another Should any Sheriff or citizen attempt to act upon the Indictment that still stands against the former Governors name and the military guard resisted such action under orders from the Governor would develop a crisis justifying the impeachment of the latter for treason to the laws of the State- Sis it not enough thaf Kentucky ha been dragged through the mire of partisan trials with political Judges mind packed Juries that it should now be exposed to the ridicule of the coun try by this latest absurdity of t Governor Surely the sensible Demon crate of the State cannot full to re buko sternly by voice and vote the shameless and senseless effort to make political capital out of the matter so serious Franklin and Beckham are making a laughing stock of the Democratic party and if it Is wrecked and over whelmed In a storm of popular disap proval in November no man will be more to blame than the Governor Louisville Herald nFound at Lasts J A Harmon of Lizemore West Va saysAt last I have found the perfect pill that never disappoints me and for the benefit of others afflicted with torpid liver and chronic constl potion will say take Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed satisfactory- i 2oc at nil druggists in ow What is a Kiss With most civilized and many un civilized people the kiss is the nat ural expression of love and kindred feelings How is it then to be explained that a kiss has become to be of such vast importance How is it that a light touch of the lips Is able to express our inmost feelings more elo quently than the words of any tan gunge Is this to be considered something primitive or something artificial and conventional Its as natural to kiss when we love as to laugh when we are happy or cry when we are sad In other words is Steele right when- t he silts that nature has taught us to kiss and that it began with the first courtship I shall try to answer this question but I must advance the remark that we here touch something of which we cannot know anything definitely rand that all we can do is to put for ward more or less plausible theories First it is important to remember that many nations do not know the kiss In Its ordinary form It is un known in the greater part of Polyn sin in Madagascar and among many negro tribes in Africa principally of course among those who mutilate their lips W Reade tells of the terror of a young negro girl when he kissed her It Is also unknown among the Pata gonians and the Eskimos as well as among the natives of part of Fin land D Taylor says in his North ern travel that while in Finland men and women may bathe together kissing is considered immoral and in decent When he told a Finish wo man that it wc+ S common in England for husband and wife to kiss each myjhis emS so that he would feel It for a week If one then asks what taKes the place of the kiss among these people it should be remembered that there dare an Infinite number of greetings I Some people slaps each others hands othIorstongues 1 In many countries greetings are exchanged with the nose TCis te socalled Malay kiss which consists of rubbing the noses together This nose greeting is found among Polynesians Malays Hskimos and negro tribes in Africaall people who do not know the usual kiss It seems that this nose greeting is very primitive custom whose origin is rooted in the sense of smelling Spencer says The sheep brays to call back its little runaway lamb It sniffs at several lambs gamboling it and recognizes its own by smelling It and rejoices at the reun ton By repetition a certain relation between the two factors Is developed so that the odor of the lamb gives to a feeling of joy in the mother sheepAs every animal has its own peculiar odor thus has also every human Individual Whoa Isaac the patriarch grew old his eyesight grew dim and he could not see He wanted to bless his oldest son Esau but Jacob deceived him by putting on his brothers clotty Isaac then said to him Come nearer my son ahd kiss me He smelled the odor of his clothes and blessed him saying Lo the odor of my son is like unto a field blessed be the Lord I To smell the peculiaisbdor of a human betas whom one laves produces JX MongoIt1smelled his sons head This with then Mongolian Is n sign of fatherly love In the PhIlUPl1nestfiesense o smell in the natives is sot acute that by smelling a handkrechi 1they can tell to whom it belorigs ai I loving couples who part give to each other pieces of their clothes and with away from each other they remember each other by smelling them- t That is a fine aroma arising from I the body of a beautiful woman plays ti very Important part in love affairs in mill nations is too well4chown to be mentioned It IB not very likely that the in npiratory muscular movements of lips should be the natural pnysicial reI Hex of u feeling of loveaB for ins stance the contraction of sino muscless of the brows may be a direct mani festatlon of anger Neither do I believe that the mere l touch of the lips has primarily been enough to say I love you but is rather to be considered the means to enjoy a certain sexual feeling a way of enjoying through the nerves of nose and lips the peculiar odor of another human being Louisville Times I Occasional headache belching bad I taste in the mouh lack of appetite I and slight nervousness are symptoms of indigestion which when allowed to go uncared for will develop into a case of dyspepsia that will HIke a negIIectcation of trouble take something that I will help along in its work of digesting i the food you eat Kodol for Indigestion and Dyspepsia will do this Kodol will make you to enjoy what you eat Sold by all druggists m Interchange of Cards j A formal agreement has boon reached between John Mitchell president of the United Mine Workers of Amreica and William D Haywood secretary treasurer of the Western Federation of Miners for an interchange of cards between the two organizations This mutter had been before the annual conventions of the two organizations- for several years and not until the last annual convention was the matter given any support Then it was that the members in convention nut benz ed their head officials to enter into negotiations for an Interchange of cardsThe agreement recently made finally disposes of the question and from now on any member of either of the two organizations who finds himself outside the jurisdiction of his particu lar body may affiliate with the sister organization by merely depositing his cards and will be entitled to the protection given other membersI Base Ball One of the most interesting events of tire week of the Institute was the hotly contested game of bate ball on Thursday evening between the boys pf Hartford and rJIlcl d nine from among the teachers resulting in a score of 24 to 8 In favor of the Institute boys which clearly demonstrates the fact thaf Education paysA KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR COUCHS tee ifoo Trial Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLE SATIIiFAaEORYIOR SURE CURE For 411 Disease o- fSTOMACH LIVER o KIDNEYS Qui BENNEtTIPO Box 126 Hartford Kr LICENSEDt AUCTIONEEtR Will sell any and all kinds of prop erty in Ohio county Terms reasons ble Your patronage solicited ROUSt RIVIR TELEPHONE COMPANY tNCOilPORiTKt I eCo1Isby home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is being constantly ex tended axe as follows for 5 minutes I conversation 16 miles 10 eta 30 miles 15 cts 45 miles 20 cts c J WOBANNON Mgr- Hartford Ky T D RENFROW DENTISTIAll work in his line executed by th most Improved methods Crown and bridge work a specialty All work guaranteed Office up stairs next door to Woerners shoe store Hart ford REMPROMPT ALL FORMS O- FRHEUMATISM 1M N1rtiIMfaN1ravDM aaa GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied externally It affords almost In slant relief from pain while permanent results are being effected by taklnltln dlasolvlncthefrom the system DR L D BLAND Of Brewton Oa writesI bad been a lafferer for a number ef wltbinmpgondltheumatsmtnmyarmsandIg gs er from medical works and also consulted with a number of thi beet nothliyr that gate the PJatcIID1bUUOUDd practicerorDIICLGlATEH- ancockMlnn wrlteti Ilttteglrlherehsduehaweakbeckeauedby could not stand on her test The moment tatput her downoo tba poor she would scream with pains 1 treated her 1I41b tDHoraand today she runt around as well and app us can be 1 prescribe 5DROP8 for patient and we It pracdoeFREE If you are suffering with Rheumatism KidneyTroubleus for a trial bottle of 5DROPS PURELY VEGETABLE e 5DROPS Is entirely free from opium cocaine morphine alcohol laudanum and other similar ingredients targe Site nettle 5DROP8 800 Doses 4 eoo For Bale brUrasslLU SWANSON RHEUMATIC CUTE CeMMN- YIlept4 174 Lake Street eqI LECTRICck ache Backache Dlzzineaa Indigestion Malaria etc Jl j The nonshifting The straightline The The DontPushI load without help if you reduce friction to almost i nothing by applyingI i- ase Ito the wheels No otherlubri- cant ever made wears so long andsavesso much horsepower Nexttime OWIIE1I I If You 1AreIt is because some of the organs of the body are not doing their work well There is a Jackof that nervous energy that gives them motion Con wealeWornout able cannot sleep have headache indigestion etc because there is not suffi cient nerve force to keep the organs active and al low them to perform their natural functions Dr Miles Nervine restores health because it restores energyIdid not know what was the matter wjth me I tried many remedies and IheardtakenhnJthad nervous prostration If I had notgot this when I did I coh entirelywellto five of my lady friends and they torsaOhioDrtheflratbottlewill refund mbey Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind sad TRAOEMARKS pmmpUy obtained In PATENTSTHATexpente and h lp you to lucoeec Bend model photo or sketch for FREE report on patentability M lead practice SUR TorfreeOsidnook ttWASHINGTON The Safets and Quick est Way to Transfer Money IS UY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE For Rates Apply to Local Mgr GMerlani Tel 4 Tel Go iNCOUrOIUTBD SalveI BlITERSThe best tonic Curative Medicine fee these die eases SOc Guaranteed T +pe iter V I FJIOaSO x t I b MUABKTT OK8uiTH j BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS ATLAWI I KYltiIn aithe- ourtaofOhlo arid adjoining coun ties and Court of Appeals Special at i tention given to all business entrusted to their care Collections and the pro + tlce of Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republlca llId I ing i I FRANK L FELIX Attorney atI HARTFORD KYjWill practice his profession In O POURIa i aid building tfiC CHAS M CROWS LAWYRRHARTFORD Will practice his profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections Office in old Republican building on Center street JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collections making abstracts c also Notary Public for Ohio county Office north aide public squareR WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecute claims for pensions Etc Collections promptly attended to Also Notary Public for Ohio munty Office over Williams Drag Story I M 1HEAVRINI e IQU HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention giv en criminal practice and collections Office next door to Bank of Hartford YANCY L MOSLEM ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank W H BARNES S A A BARNES 0- Attorneys and Counselors at Law Ij 1Thetic of Law In all courts State and Federal i with offices south side of Main street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and Hticrattoa f affecting Titles to Real Estate will bo given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES S A ANDERSON GRADUATE NURSE MIS SUSIE MAY A graduate of Owensboro City pital has located in UAndResidence East Union street phone No 137 Subscribe for THE HARTFORD KEPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance Ps4v Mp S 1 You can road this ad twentyfive ways and each J truer I keyforeverycharacter- The keyboard complete keyboard rockshtwft constructed Law oCflI DEn801I ANDERSON HosI HonfiLI I I is the most noiseless is the most accurate it the mo t rapid q t l is the most easily learned te the most durables t T I t THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER coIne 821 Pine Street St Louis MissouriIt jfJ V s 1 A f r THE LONGING DE SIRE FOR A UHANII i 5 Not Due to Fatigue But to The tl Monotony of Everyday n r I L Tasks Despite the love and Interest we bear our associates and surroundings a t time comes when we grow weary and jadedand naturally long for some sort of change We have no desire tor a substitution of other objects an tacos as a permanency we merely seek to break the monotony of thins before entering on u fresh chapter in our lives a The desire for a change can hardly derive its origin from the nature of t our occupation There is nothing con anon to all professions and businesses which clamor for stated relief Nor can the desire for a change be dui to mere fatigue because this is alleviated by dally recurring periods of rest Moreover the natural laws pro vide that each repetition of an act renders Its performance both easier and more simple Some men talk of the necessity for Irestas though every fragment of mental and physical power was completely exhausted Yet on close observation f i of them when the desired change has been secured it is quite evident powers were not seriously weaken- edt There play be some temporary fall 1 lire of energy brought about by slice monotony but this is a very differ f ent thing from complete exhaustion The centers of force from which strength and energy are derived may feasily become lethargic from an una ivoidable lack of fresh stimulus t The common round of dully life In the home as well as In the house of t business in consequence of Its mo notonous routine ceases at times to stir the center of energy and strength springtc s there Is n lack of merest In the work and therefore a feeling of loss of pow er Now the way In which a change operates is not so much by affording exemption from toll as by supplying fresh stimulants for the lethargic centers of energy This point Is Impor tant becomes It directs attention at once to the way In which a change should be Every employedIweariness demanding the change Is the outcome of exhauslatlon must bo entirely put aside The physical and mental powers are not used up the are merely asking for some variation of the stimulus The fire may have died down but simply because It has not been properly stirred The motorthe yachtthe fishing rod the gun and the camera In their le gitlmnte uses play the port of stimu lants though not to all of us In alike decree Some find what they need walking through country lanes mid the Continen orelgnltungltpy when encountering the discomforts of a tour or excursion rind there are other more sensitive Individuals who instead of being stimulated by difficulties t to travel would quickly succumb The perpetual round of excitements that ore obtains tit most seaside resorts is hardly the sort of stimulant for the j jaded nerves told tired body of a busy worker Something must be radically I wrong in the change If on return lug to ones hume and business the routine duties seem to be more thus ever distasteful The change that best suits tit average parson IH one his energies naturally and hOllcstlrandI in perfoct accord with his ordinary mode of life Energy thus elicited I will add to the stock of useful force and will prove to bo available long l niter the holiday has passed Unltss some such effect as this Is produced tho change has failed of its main purpose viz the brightening of life and the improvement of mental und physical health Pearsons Weekly Worked Like a Charm Mr D N Walker editor of that spicy journal the Enterprise Louisa Vn says I ran a nail In my foot last week and at once applied Duck IhensArnica Salve No inflammation followed the salve simply healed the wound Heals every sore burn 1skindisease Guaranteed at all drug 25c ni J1t That Military Escort Probably in the history of this country no Governor In his sane and absurdYsued from the executive mansion at t Frunkfort offering to former Govern or William S Taylor a military guard t to protect him from arrest In case he should return to Kentucky Whom the Gods would destroy they first make mad Is a saying that leaps to ones mind on reading of this pro posal to set tho militia of tho State In opposition to its administration of tho law Tho suggestion Is nothing 1short of anarchial subversive of tho I t 11oo4ItJ1 0 fundamental principles of government and creating u precedent from which resultEemost men that to put the military be tween Taylor and arrest Is merely t set one arm of the government at variance with another Should any Sheriff or citizen attempt to act upon the indictment that still stands against the former Governors name and the military guard resisted such actionII under orders from the would develop u crisis justifying tin impeachment of the latter for treason u to the laws of the Stated Is it not enough thatS Kentucky has been dragged through the mire of partisan trials with political Judge and packed juriesthatit should now be exposed to the ridicule of the coon try by this latest absurdity 6f 1t Governor Surely the sensible Demo crate of the State cannot fall to re bake sternly by voice and vote the shameless und senseless effort to make political capital out of tits matter si serious Franklin and Bcckhnin are making a laughing stock of the Democratic party and If it Is wrecked and over whelmed in a storm of popular disapproval in November no man will be more to blame than the Governor Louisville Herald Found at Last J A Harmon of Lizemore Wes- r Vat sayseft last I have found the perfect pill that never disappoints me and for the benefit of others afflicted with torpid liver and chronic consti pation will slay take Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed satisfactory 25c at fill druggists in What is a Kiss With most civilized and many uncivilized people the kiss is the natural expression of love and kindred feelings How is It then to be explained that a kiss hats become to be o such vast Importance How is it that a light touch of the lips is able to express our inmost feelings more elo fluently than the words of any lan guage Is this to be considered something primitive or something artificial and conventional Its as natural to kiss when we love as to laugh when we are happy or cry when we are sad In other words is Steele right when he says that nature has taught us to kiss and that it began with the first courtshipI try to answer this question but I must advance the remark that we here touch something of which we cannot know anything definitely rand that all we can do is to put for ward more or less plausible theories First It is important to remember that many nations do not know the kiss in its ordinary form It is un known In the greater part of Polyn sla in Madagascar and among many negro tribes in Africa principally ofI course among those who mutilate their lips W Rcade tells of the terror of a young negro girl when he kissed her It is also unknown among the Puta gonians and the Eskimos as well as among the natives of part of Finland D Taylor says in his North ern travel that while in Finland men and women may bathe together kissing is considered immoral and in decent When he told a Finish wo man that it wiiis common In England for husband and wife to kiss each other she replied indignantly If my husband dared try that 1 should box his ears so that he would fuel IIIfor a week If one then asks what taKes tillI place of the kiss among these people it should be remembered that there lire an infinite number of greetings Some people slaps each others hands or stomach others blow OH each othj ers hands while still others scratch I I their right ear old put out their tongues l In many countries greetings are exchanged with Hie nose Tails is tho socalled Malay kiss which Coo sists of rubbing the noses together This nose greeting is found among the Polynesians Malays Hskimos and negro tribes In Africa all people who do not know the usual kiss It seems that thou nose greeting is a very primitive custom whose origin is rooted in the dense of smelling Spencer says rho sheep brays to call back its little runaway lamb gambolinRg around it and recognizes its own by reunionbetween the two factors Is developed so that the odor of the lamb gives rise to a feeling of joy in the mother sheepAs every animal has Its own pecu liar odor thus has also every human individual Whoa Isaac the patriarch grew old his eyesight grew dim and he could not see He wanted to bless his oldest son Esau but Jacob de ceived him by putting on his broth ers clot s Isaac then said to him Come nearer my sontriad kiss me He smelled the odor of his clothes and blessed him saying Lo the odor of my son Is like unto a fiefbless ed be the Lord 1 To smell tho peculla odor of a human being whom one loves produces t DtougoItHan father who from time to time smelled his sons head This with then Mongolian is a sign of fatherly love In the Phlllipplnes the settle ol thatoby smelling u handkrechltf they can tell to whom It belongs and loving couples who part give to each other pieces of their clothes and while away from each other they remember each other by smelling them That Is a fine aroma arising from the body of a beautiful woman plays u very important part In love affairs in all nations is too wellknown to be mentioned It Is not very likely that the In splratory muscular movements of lips should be the natural physicist raI Hex of a feeling of love fas for ins stance the contraction of the muscles of the brows may be a direct manl festatlon of anger J Neither do I believe that the mere touch of the lips has primarily been enough to say I toys you but is rather to be considered the means to enjoy u certain sexual feeling a way of enjoying through the nerves of nose stud lips the peculiar odor of another human being Louisville Times Occasional headache belching bad taste in the mouh luck of appetite and slight nervousness are symptoms 1of Indigestion which when allowed to go uncared for will develop into u stile of dyspepsia that will take a long time to get rid of Dont neg i lect your stomach At the first Indi cation of trouble take something that I will help along in its work of diges I ting the food you eat Kodol for Indigestion and Dyspepsia will do this Kodol will make you to enjoy what you eat Sold by all druggists m Interchange of Union CardsI A formal agreement has boon reach ed between John Mitchell president oft the United Mine Workers of Amreica and William D Haywood secretary treasurer of the Western Federation of Miners for an interchange of cards between the two organizations Tills mutter had been before the annual conventions of the two organizations for several years and not until tho last annual convention was the matter given any support Then It was that the members In convention aufiiorlz ed their head officials to enter Into negotiations for tin interchange of curdsThe agreement recently made final ly disposes of the question and from now on any member of either of the two organizations who finds himself outside the jurisdiction of his particu lar body may affiliate with the sis ter organization by merely depositing his cards and will be entitled to tho protection given other membersI Base Ball One of the most interesting events tire week of the Institute was the hotly contested game of babe ball on Thursday evening between the boys of Hartford and a1 picked nine from among the teachers resulting in a score of 24 to S in favor of the Institute boys which clearly the fact that Education demonstAtesI KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New DiscoveryF- OR COUCHS SfcAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOTOB OB MONEY BEFUNDBD SURE CURE- For 411 Disease o- fSTOtACH LIVER b KIDNEYS JAMES C BENNETT P 0 Box 125 Hartford Ky LICENSE- DAUCTIONEER Will sell any and all kinds of prop erty In Ohio county Terms reasona ble Your patronage solicited ROUGn RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY IMCOHPOHATIcn 1 The Rongh River Telephone Co Is Independent owned andoperated by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices fortoll ser vice which is being constantly ex tended axe as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 cts 30 miles 15cts 45 miles 20 cts c is W OBANNON Mgr- Hartford Ky T D RENFROW DENTISTIAU work In his line executed by th most Improved methods Crown and bridge work a specialty All work guaranteed Office up stairs next door to Woerners shoe store Hart ford tA PROMPT EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR ALL FORMS OF RHEUMATISMLumbap1elalVea JCMmy Trouble amf IiA1rd Olaaaeea GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied externally It affords almost instant relief from pain while permanent results are being effected by taking It Internally purifying the blood dissolving removlnUfromDR 8 D BLAND Of Brcwton Ga writesI had been iudorer tore number ef yan oanditheumatlminmyarmendI gather from medical work and alio coniuiud with a number of the bMt found notliln that the relief obtained from practlcttorDIICLfi1ATEB- ancodr Minn wrltess- Allttleglrlbenhadauchaweakbackeaoied couldnoiatendoahrrfedetThemomentfn s put her down on the lIoorebe would eeream wlUl toda7beI prescribe oDROPS for patlenU and Ofe It practiceFREE If you are suffering with Rheumatism Lumbago Kidney Trouble or any kindred disease write to us for a trial bottle of 5DROPS PURELY VEGETABLE e SDROPS Is entirely free from opium cocaine morphine alcohol laudanum and other similar Ingredients Large RUe Bottle ttSDROPS SOO Dote j tOO for Sale by UranlaU CiMPANYJJept I LECTRIC ck Relief andCare forHead ache BacKache Dizziness Indigestion Malaria etc ti The nonshifting The keyforeverycharacter- The straightline The The 7 Dont Push The horse can draw the load without help if you j reduce friction to almost nothing by applying 1 fri to the wheels No other lubri cant ever made wears so long and saves so much horsepower Next time try MICA Axur GREASE I Standard be Oil Co IIfYou Are Sick It is because some of the organs of the body are not doing their work well There is a lackof that nervous energy that gives them motion Consequently you are weak wornout nervous irrit able cannot sleep have headache indigestion etc because there is not suffi keepthelow them to perform their natural functions Dr Miles Nervine restores health because it restores energyIdid not know what was the matter with mo I tried many remedies and none of them proved of any value I heard of Dr Nervlne I pro takenhnJthnd nervous prostration If I had not Kot this when I did I coh tinued to take It until I waR entirely IttotorUMRS ROSH OTTO 189 S 3d St Columbus Ohio yourdrugplstfirst bottl will benefit If Jt Tails he moneyMilesElkhartInd and TRADEMARK promptly obtained In PATENTSTHATexpense and uup you to success Send model photo or sketch for TREK repot allPASING R jSO3O5WASHINGTON D C The Safets and Quick est Way to Transfer Money IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE For Rates Apply to Local Mgr Gilntaland M i M Go INCOBIOUATUD DeWItts = t Salve For Piles Burns Sores BTIERSThe best tonic Curative Medicine tow these die oasis 50c TIM Wfc 01 I pm FSSlI Y1i161- i M BAaNTTON BIIIT j BARflETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW IIImRTFORD KY in all the courts of Ohio adjoining coun ties and Court of Appeals Special at tention given to all business 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KIINKST VOODVAtf HEAVRI1U WOODWARD tG au KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention giv en criminal practice and collections Of flee next door to Bank of Hartford YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank W H HAIlNKS S A ANDEH8O1 BARNES Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they practic eral with offices south side of Main street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles anti HtlRatto affecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES 5 B At ANDERSON GRADUATE NURSE E MIS SUSIE MAY A graduate of Owensboro City Hos pital has located i- nHARTFORDAnd will answer calls at all times HolrffQphone Z Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLII DAN 100 per year intadvance I a You can road this ad twentyfive ways and each l statement is trueIkeyboard complete keyboard rocksHfeft constructed use urantd Typewriter Law HERTFORD ANDERSON is the most noiseless is the most accurate fc the mosttapjd tisis the most durable c THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER co Inc 821 Pine Street St Louis Missouri L M lJ tHE BEAUTIES r OF NIAGARA JALLS ItJRecentl Visited There IFedby Awful Grandure of s Greatest Wonder i of Interest at Detroit i The ynderslgncd WfJfJ I a party composed of Miss J R of Centet torn Ky ton Mrs W STlnsloy H H PlrLlcJ C her R thislome ono hundred and twen- n eKntuckians constituted a erilucky party who visited tho gara Falls louisville Ky over the B lailway On the morning of 0 at 810 Arriving at hio wo preceded over the anGet stategreat oil fields of Ohio tonl ion on either side of u Demo storage tanks surrlclent number so we were told in his 000000 barrels of oil I salt hi ough this section we were aglRhe finest portion of the er yard hlo The land Is In Che tence Iof cultivation numer use hir S3 by splendid clUes nnrll t the numbs of factories all mcasurenble 0on nnl Detroit Mich our entlr an c f 10 Pulnian sleepers was tnsOUI J across the Detroit river if br lclrom thence we proceeded overthrrand Trunk railway about t 300 nfe through as fine farming country as ono could wish to look up r- on and for the first time in our ex I i stance in a foreign land a land where 1the inhabitants thereof hold allegiance and do homage to King Edward This part of the Province of Ontario 1Is certainly a garden spot so to speak f Driving at Niagara Falls N Y at t 130 p m on Sunday the 1llh tired dirty and ferociously hungry we were lodged at the hotel provided for us by t the railroad company in the midst of a waiters strike and for this reason rwe were poorly served during our sojourn at this point After making some needed changes in the outer ap pearance of and having in a measure satisfied the inner part of man we proceeded to view some of the many t r sights to be seen only at this world famed spot Prospect Park Luna and i Goat Islands are beauty spots to be remembered the shores of whit are washed and cooled by tho torranls of rushing water of the rapids aboveI 3 the Falls proper The sights around Niagara Falls are best seen by taking the belt line Nla t sara Gorge railway from the Now York side of the river and crossing to the Canadian side over the upper it Steel Arch bridge from whence you get fairly good view of tho falls andII upper rapids below the falls Proceed Ing up the river on the Canadian side to the Observation towen to which weE ascended by a flight of winding stairs where we obtained our best view andi the awful grandure of this greatest i of all natures wonderous creations is beheld and gazed upon by the awe- stricken but electrified sightseer Tho rpills above appear as formed onl- yor a fitting tho vast sheet of water as It here attains great speed for making Its sheer leap and bound of 160 feet to the unexplored depths belowI jfrom whence great volumes rebound InI t4normous sheets of mist and spray toy l n height at times of probably feet As the enchanted spectator gazest fi Opfpon the mountain of mist and spray he sees rain bows as beautiful as the eye of man ever beheld and as you I gaze upon this whirling torrent as it 30 leaps from the great precipice you I see Its color change and take on evsJ ery conceivable hue from dark and lowering sky to that of the whitest in B of snow In tho midst of it all we feel our Insufficiency our utter help- lessnessr in even fatally attempting to describe the grandure of it allsIn the river and rapids the S Falls some ado yards guessing at ft distance ono is as it were in the by I down pour of mist and spray in of Si tho bftrdest of rain falls we oxperlenc i cfiitjflB In a trip up the river on The B Maid of The Mist a small but powerfully In K constructed Steam Boat which I1 we reached by descending to the W waters edge by a flight of stairs ata about 16 mile below the American oral P New York Falls This stairway was K constructed by commencing at some W distance back from the edge of the Oand i running through a sort ot ItUIfnfldown to the boat landing onN 4thlstrjp we were dressed In rubber coats helmets and etc In order toh protect us from the downpour of waCI ter We passed up and beyond the 4t American Falls and approached as it appeared to us dangerouslynear the Canadian or great Horse Shoe Palls where the water appeared astc t tOugh stared by a thousand Demons i Wvat tImes would leap and bound r 1 quantitiesithe boat was so constructed the wa ter at once tell back Into the river This trip oyir we how continuo oUt journey down the Ctmadiun side on the heights and at I nson fire very brink of the 300 feet g rgp oci look ingvthe rapids below On arriving at tier whirlpool raitda wo descended b way of an Incline Railway vjiioniwe stood at the very edgo of the boll Ing pitching torrent of water Jn the midst of tho world wide famous gorgo with the solid anti almost Perpandl u lar rock walls on either side ct11 y towerlng hi height to300 feet Hero It is that the power and granduro of the cataract is in somo rospecs at least greatest It speaks to us of the countless ages and centuries of the hidden past hero il fs we decide that mints knowledge of the ages of tho past tint mans knowlcgs of the lapse of time since the world was and has been is but a feeble arid vain guess for when you think of the millions s and millions of cubic fret of solid stone which has been eaten eway and torn from this grist Canyon by the ever rushing torrent for surely n other agency save that supplied by nature and many freezes of the count less winters of the mislcrlous past has had any part In tho formation ot this stupendloua chasm you feel cons strained to exclaim man your boast ed knowledge of the lapse of time bILto the age of Methuselah of old be sure this gorge is being slowly toI surely widened and deepened but change has been so slight since the knowledge of matt extends that it is not ul all porccptable The conclusion above drawn is perhaps formed by 9 out of 10 persons who visit this point and who take the time to med flute upon the uses of friction and wear absolutely necessary to the retaovul of the mountain of earth and stout hero displaced Here one stands as no other point in the world above you some 300 felt and about 20 miles distant is Lake Eric wllh its hun dreds of square miles of smoothu und placid waters and still further up and away is Detroit river and the other great lakes all of which have contributed to the formation of this great gorge and below you some 50 feet and 10 or 12 miles distant is the great luke Ontario into which this enormous chasm is ever pouring its tur bulanl and chrystal burden The wa ter at this point attains a rate of speed 25 to 30 miles per hour causing it to leap and jump in great waves and swells to a height of 30 feet At this point meditating upon the sublime grandure the wildness of the raging torrent at1ydur Ifeet utfie massive stone walls of the Canyon looming sensation t one naturally marvels and wonders at the greatness of the Ruler of th destinies of men the great world framer and our estimation of ourselvts must of necessity decrease as our faith in the unerring greatness of th Great Builder Increases On leaving the whirlpool rapids we ascend and continue our journe- round the Gorge We next pass th point where was fought one of the battles of the war of 1812 where Gen Brock lost his life to whose memory there has been erected a Imposing monument this shaft may be seen for miles distant Here we began our descent into the Gorgo some 300 feet below The railroad make- a circuituous route crossing the rivet Queenston lowerjrapids over or steel suspension bridge Turning down the river only n short distance to Lew- Iston New York At this place the steamers land from which OU may at intervals of every tw hours procure lake steamer for Toron o Canada the line of the steamers from Lewlston to Toronto is across the upper and narrow end of Lake Ontario the distance being between and 35 miles which we made in about one hour and 45 minutes We about five hours in Toronto This time for the most part was spent driving over the city viewing theI principal points and places of Interest chief of which was queens parki and the Parliament Building thisI structure so we were informed costI 1750000 to erect It was the most magnificent of all the buildings seen us on our trip Toronto is a cityI churches with its population of 320000 It perhaps has almost if not quite as many churches as any cityj the States We went through the store of the T Eaton CoLtd this Isj said to be the largest store in Canada covers a total floor 23 emplyolng in all 0000 personst After spending about 5 hours In thisJ Ontario Capital we proceeded to journey back to Niagara Falls N You Jandlng at Lewlston in the State of York the U S Custom official made the writer halt and open up grip for inspection to which we not very seriously object as we had no diamonds or other things of value to smuggle over the boundary line Thfl inspection revealed only a brush hair brush an old dirty Panama hat two lemons and a very small quantity of old Kentucky jIt matIfthe ladles to bo used only in case of accident seu sickness and act Un clo Sams official lookfd at the lust unnamed article as though he wished to seize und confiscate time but fl Bally permitted us to depart In peace with our baggage f0rlUformed by experienced travelers can not bo duplicated at any place iu h I world The railroad bed for this ds I lajice has jwn UiH up of st rI else cut find onrvtd taro tho sdo fl the huge rock walls r f the nr p as tear as aria poWblo to tree wu TSJ distanceIyou on I speed along Hi many points you fw1 the bursting drops of wetter and thrown off in the mad rush ilwarI mighty torrent strike your i body nnd again you sire reminded the power of the thing On the trl up the river one obtains It goort view j of the great whirlpool wiiero alto i j sharp turn in the river which makes for lower lund the wild and raging torrent has in the countless ages of i the past eaten away It mountain to speak at this sudden turn the flee current hits over rebelled and hat s worn und ground into this stupendlo barrier which is JIG feet in iwlg distance of perhaps 200 yards lsquares and that too vas almost solid muss of rock in displacing thI enormous amount of earth and rock it I bed for tho great whirlpool was oru ed into which logs driftwood und WSSIdljubout now proceed on our way and In cOliI eluding this part of our writing will say that these great and awe Inspir- Ing sights must be seen to be appre- cIated I fully realize that I am one of the poorest among the feeblest at describing things as well as in other lines but no man lives who can by word brush or pen give to ye much idea of the awful and awsome grandure of this one of the worlds greatest natural wonders because In no outface can the setter throw lite roaringdeafcnlng nolsenor throw Into your face the mist and spray the tint of the rain bow he can not make the water rise and falland a hundred other things must of necessity be left out of thepicture We feel that no one should visit the Frills and fail to pay a visit to the Niagara Palls Museum For 25 cents one can see a mounted spectra of almost every sort of bled known i man as also a fino rare collection of animals snakes Egyptian biumm e relics arid curios On leaving Niagara Falls we wen to Buffalo N Y by Interurban line in that city we spent the greater par theMcKinley monument and other places of interest We left Buffalo on the evening of the 14th at 530 for De Easte ern States this steam ship to a landlubber like myself seemed u yenta hourys IieDetroit having made the run of 280 miles at un average rate of 20 miles per hour We left sight of land on duwnn next morning we were coming in sight of mother earth again On Lake Erie we obtained a fine view of the set unsd antr the water beyond We spent a full day in Detroit In and through this city we were infor ed frelgltl is handled for nine months of each year in a greater volume than any other city of the United States ino terest visited while in this city was Belle Isle Park I very much doubt- it this park can bo beaten for natural beauty in the whole country Surround ed by water full of the choicest of flowers well kept and cared for u large number and all species of deer elk and kindred animals as well as a great number of tho flerceiand vicious animal a complete and extensive Aquarium and last but not least a great variety of Tropical fruits and plants In a huge hot house where we saw bananas growing upon stalks or trees 20 to 25 feet in height In short this Park is all one could or should desire it seems to us to be perfect in Itself We left Detroit at 1045 p m on 15th for home stopping off at Cincinnati Ohio for about 5 hours this time we spent in dodging about from place to place trying to keep dry as It rained Incessantly while in this city Wo arrived homo on the 17thwlth many pleasant recollections of our journey and time as seems to us well spent Yours very truly W S TINSLEY Hartford Ky Aug 26 1907 DeWitts Little Early Risers areII good for any one who needs a pill They are small safe sure little pills that do not grip or sicken Sold ball druggists m Farmers Have a Right to Combine That farmers have a right to com bane to sell their crops has been dls I v V are caused by Indigestion If you eat s little too much or if you are subject to attacks of Indigestion you havo no doubt beatshndipoc caujosthe stomach to oxpaiiu swell d pu4up against the interI8timotho heart becomes diseased S Kodol w IFOr Dyspepsia you cat takes the strain off nourishmentp SourStomach DiECSIAfter eating my food would distress rw by making iwmmieCCMRS LORINQ NICHOLS Penn Yen N Y KodolDyipeapsiiri iDKAUBLB lends 0 EatsI BtlUTU Indication Merel et tae LeD entortelLCDeWlMt 1SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS puled by some of tho newspapers who are oppnsod 10 tit b st interests of the farmers For the benefit of all concerned the following ml of till Legislature of Kentucky under the laic of March 21 1906 Is published It is hereby declared lawful for IIany number of persons to combine unite or pool soy or all of the crops of wheat tobacco corn oats hay or other farm products raised by themfor tho purpose of classifying grading storing holding selling or disposing of same either in parcels or as a whole In order of for the purpose therefor that they might or could ob tain or receive by selling said crops separately or individually FELL 20000 FEET 0AND WILL LIVE- s I Baloonnist Failed to Cut Loose- t and Clung to Bag Until Gas twas Exbausted Barnslable Mass Aug 29Nearl- y five thousand persons at the Baru stable county fair saw Professor Maloney the balloonist drop 20000 feet to the earth striking on top of u cedar fence post and escape death Maloney made the ascent lute this af ternoon und the crowd saw his at tempts to cut his parachute were fruitlessFor two miles Maloney float ed along the gas rapidly leaking from the bag above him He prepared for the long drop He and the balloon came earthward rapidly As it neared earth the canvass fell about the body of the aeronaut He struck in a half standing position on tap of a post niHis back is terrible twisted and his left arm injured The man was picked up in semiconscious condition Physicians say ho is not internally in jured aad will recover 1Hartford Business Institute A 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 thorough business training And for the young woman of today the best safeguard she can have is a business education by means of which to earn her livelihood whenever necessity demands What could bo more pitiable than to see a young woman In luxu ry thrown on her own resources without a practical education It is no longer a question of getting positions for students but getting students ready for positions The demand is greater than the supply While we have had a strong class of students during the past two years we have not been able to fill tho demands that have been made upon us for competent bookkeepers and stenographers Young men and young women with- a good common school education have enrolled with us finished tho course with their money making capacity greatly increased have gone out to positrons of honor and trust Do you want to be one of this num berotsuccessful young people Itso write us for further Information Cat alogs sent free Address all communi cations to Nettle Rogers Principal Hartford Ky 0 Iito 1 I I I I I iIOne of the Most Impo- rtantQUESTIONSf presenting itself to every mat Is to wear the right kind of- clothes ij The clothes a man wears indicates his degree of 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Buggies and Surreys When you 1buy a Buggy you do not want to make a mistake In material and = Cfl We handle only the best makes and can therefore bit bittfi49 and Moline with all repairs for same 9 bitfifiof Field Seeds fc We handle the following well known brands of Wagons Mitch bt 4ell Mogul Blount and Oweusboro Also Deerlng and Milwaukee IT 91Q4iand Swings The largest supply house In Ohio county Give us a J 49 call Prices always equitable J fi 9c+ rorcrYrr Oe rocForo oYMrMcirore Incorporated MANUFACTURES TIlE FAMOUS EGYPTIAN CEMENT VAULTS And puts them in the grave The only perfect vault made It ig watertight absolutelyI min and wormproof The greatest 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 r i THE BEAUTIES A OF NIAGARA fALLS V id Description by one whc Recently Visited There vressed by Awful Grandure of I jjjes Greatest Wonders of Interest at Detroit i- Ri The undersigned wrH l 5 of a party composed of ills Town of Centetiown Ky l 1 lit I Burton Mrs WSTlnsley J C Her R001I HaiPirtle Taylorof thisf i Jjt1imo were joined in Louisville 1 some one hundred and twen ner eKntuckians constituted n R Kentucky party wuo visited till Viagnra Falls Hft Louisville Ky over the B JrRailway on the morning ole 10 at 810 Arriving at t flI Ohio we preceded over the f Railway via Hamilton and Oejp the Miama Valley and h slntc he great oil fields of Ohio b lonljjcglon on either side of w I a DemoF0 storage tanks sufficient number so we were told hIds Ina 1000000 barrels of oil In saId ithrough thia section we Viwere ag the finest portion of the Ohio The land is In the Sj teuce Ito of cultivation numer S splendid cities anc Flouse hfthe number of factories lnumcasuVimerable Oncn ang at Detroit Mich our Coiof 10 Pulman sleepers was transl across the Detroit river jy bcXtedtrom thence wo proceeded f over tvJrOrand Trunk railway about 300 ni through as flue farming country as one could wish to look up pn and for the first time in our ex Istanco in a foreign land a land when the Inhabitants thereof hold allegiance to and do homage to King Edward This part of the Province of Ontario is certainly a garden spot so to speak Arriving at Niagara Falls N Y at 130 p m on Sunday the lllh tired dirty and ferociously hungry we were lodged at the hotel provided for us by the railroad company in the midst of n waiters strike and for this reason we were poorly served during our so journ at this point After making some needed changes in the outer ap pearance of and having in a measure satisfied the inner part of man we proceeded to view some of the many I sights to be seen only at this world famed spot Prospect Park Luna and Goat Islands are beauty spots long to be remembered the shores of which are washed and cooled by the torranta of rushing water of the rapids above the Falls proper The sights around Niagara Falls arty best seen by taking the belt line Nla gara Gorge railway from the New York side of the river and crossing to the Canadian side over the upper Steel Arch bridge from whence you get fairly good view of tho falls and upper rapids below the falls Proceed ing up the river on the Canadian side to tile Observation towen to which we ascended by a flight of winding stairs where we obtained our best view and the awful grandure of this greatest of all natures wonderous creations is beheld and gazed upon by the awe- stricken but electrified sightseer The napids above appear as formed only TOr fitting the vast sheet of water as it here attains great speed for mak ing its sheer leap and bound of 160 feet to the unexplored depths below from whence great volumes rebound in enormous sheets of mist and spray to A height at times of probably 200 feet As the enchanted spectator gazes Jpjipon the mountain of mist and spray he sees rain bows as beautiful as the eye of man ever beheld and as you gaze upon this whirling torrent as it leaps from the great precipice you see its color change and take on every conceivable hue from dark and lowering sky to that of the whitest of snow In tho midst of It all we feel our insufficiency our utter helplessness in even faintly attempting to describe the grandure of it all In the river and rapids below the Falls some 300 yards guessing at distance one is as it were in the down pour of mist and spray in theLbardest of rain falls we oxperlenc curls in a trip up the river on The Maid of The Mist a small but pow erfully constructed Steam Boat which we reached by descending to the waters edge by a flight of stairs at about Y mile below the American or New York Falls This stairway was constructed by commencing at some a distance back from tho edge of the o e1ndrunning through a sort oft down to the boat landing on LhlsUrip we were dressed In rubber coats helmets and etc In order protect us from the downpour of wa ter Wo passed up and beyond th- ert American Falls and approached as It appeared to us dangerously near l the Canadian or great Horse Shoe Falls where tho water appeared Btired by a thousand Demons tough times would leap and bounds s 0 upon the boat in sufficient quantities to thoroughly sork ones feet but uf t the boat was so constructed tho wa ter at once fdl bnck Into tho river This tr p oyir wo how continue our journey down tho Canadian side on the heights and at times on too very brink of the 300 feet gorgp o et look lagthe rapids below On arriving at the whirlpool rapids wo descended by way of an Incline Railway whore we shed at the very edge of the bolt lag pitching torrent of rvatcr in the midst of the world wide famous gorge with tho solid and almost perpendicu tar rock walls on either side cI fir I towering iu height to 300 cut Hetv IItheleast greatest o us IIhiddenmUlls knowledge of the ages of the past Unit mans knowlcga of the lapse of time since tho world was and has been is but a feeble arid vain guess for when you think of the millions and millions of cubic fret of solid stone which has been eaten eway and torn from this great Canyon by thI ever rushing torrent for surely no other agency salve that supplied by nature und many freezes of the count less winters of the mlstcrious past has had any part in the formation of this stupondlous chasm you feel COllI boastIedyour generally accepted notion of bygone j time Is as by n babe to tho age of Methuselah comparedI be sure this gorge is being surely widened and deepened but the change has been so slight since the knowledge of man extends that it is not at all pcrceptable The conclu sion above drawn Is perhaps formed by 9 out of 10 persons who visit this I point fold who take the time to med itate upon the ages of friction and wear absolutely necessary to the removal of the mountain of earth and stone here displaced Here one stands as at no other point in the world above I you some 300 feet mind about 20 miles distant is Lake Erie with its hun dreds of square miles of sniooUiu und placid waters and still further up tend away is Detroit river and the other great lakes all of which have con tributed to the formation of this great gorge and below you some 50 feet and 10 or 12 miles distant is the great like Ontario Into which this enor mous chasm is ever pouring its tur bulunt and chrystal burden The water at this point attains a rate of speed 25 to 30 miles per hour causing it to leap and jump in great waves and swells to a height of 30 feet At this point meditating upon the sublime grandure the wildness of the raging torrent nl your feet at 71ic massive stone walls of the Canyon looming up and almost oer you with a sen sation perhaps not before experienced one naturally marvels and wonders at the greatness of the Ruler of the destinies of men the great world Trainer and our estimation of ourselves must of necessity decrease as our faith in the unerring greatness of the Great Builder increases On leaving the whirlpool rapids we ascend and continue our journey around the Gorge We next pass the point where was fought one of the battles of the war of 1812 where Gen eral Brock lost his life to whose memory there has been erected Imposing monument this shaft maybe seen for miles distant Here we began our descent into the Gorgo some 300 feet below The railroad makes- a clrcultuous route crossing the river at Queenston and below the rapids over the lower or steel wire suspension bridge Turning down the river only a short distance to Lew Iston New York At this place tho lake steamers land from which point you may at intervals of every two hours procure lake steamer for Toronto Canada the line of the steamers from Lewiston to Toronto Is across the upper and narrow end of Lake Ontario the distance being between 30 and 35 miles which we made in about one hour and 45 minutes We spent about five hours In Toronto This time for the most part was spent In driving over the city viewing the principal points and places of interest chief of which was queens park and the Parliament Building this structure so we were informed cost 1750000 to erect It was the most magnificent of all the buildings by us on our trip Toronto is a city if churches with Its population of 20000 it perhaps has almost if not quite as many churches as any city In the States We went through the store of the T Eaton CoLtd this is said to bo the largest store in Canada end covers a total floor space of 23 acres emplyoing in all 6000 persons After spending about 5 hours in this Dntario Capital we proceeded to jour ney back to Niagara Falls N landing at Lowiston in the State of New York tho U S Custom official made the writer halt and open up- Ills grip for Inspection to which we could not very seriously object as we had no diamonds or other things of ralue to smuggle over the boundary line The inspection revealed only a Itooth brush hair brush an old ditty Panama hat two lemons and a very small Quantity of aid Kentucky fr tho last two named articles us n mat er of course wo Wirf carrying fur the ladies to bo used only in case of accident sen sickness and act Undo Sams official looked at the last unnamed article ns though he wished to seize und confiscate sum but fi nally permitted us to depart In paice with our baggage We now boarded the Electric car for the Falls and our ride for about 5 of tho 7 miles as we think and as in formed by experienced travelers can th11worldrhoinnce Il wI tl S l else cut and onrvtd hue the side of the huge rocktvans of tile precipice near as was possrblo iq I fie wa ors edge Tlifi react for this dliincc Is about 00 feet bolow the road bed on I tho other stile of tho rivormidus you speed along ill ntHtiy pulnta you fool tho bursting drops of water and spray thrown off in the mad rush of trm mighty torrent strike your face and body and lignin you are reminded of the power of the thing On the trip up the river one obtains a goad view of the great whirlpool wrere at ii IIfortorrent huts in the countless ages of I the past eaten away a mountain so to speak at this sudden turn the fierce current lots over rebelled und has worn and ground Into this stupendloua barrier which Is 315 feet in height for a distance of porlmps 200 yards square and that too wily almost a solid mass of rock in displacing this enormous amount of earth and rock a bed for the great whirlpool was form ed into which logs driftwood mull etc is drawn and whirled and tossed about for days and days before escaping i through the rapids below We now proceed on our way and In con eluding this part of our writing will say that these great and awe inspir ling sights must be seen to be appre elated I fully realize that 1 am one of the poorest among tho feeblest at describing things as well us in other lines but no man lives who can by word brush or pen give to you much idea of the awful and awsomu grandure of this one of the worlds greatest natural wonders because in no manner can the artist throw time roaringdeafening noisenor throw into your face the mist and spray the tint of the rain bow he can not make the water rise and falland a hundred other things must of necessity ho left out of the picture We feel that no one should visit the Falls and fall to pay a visit to the Niagara Fulls Museum For 25 cents one can see a mounted specimen of almost every sort of bird known to man as also It flute rare collection or animals snakes Egypllafi Mummies relics and curios On leaving Niagara Falls we went to Buffalo N Y by Interurban Hue in that city we spent the greater part of one day while there we visited the McKinley monument and other places of Interest We left Buffalo on the evening of the 14th at 530 for De troll Mich by Lake Steamer East ern States this steam ship to a land lubber like myself seemed a verita ble floating palace Fourteen hours after boarding the ship we landed in Detroit having made the run of 280 miles at an average rate of 20 miles per hour We left sight of land on- t Lake Erie at twilight and at duwn next morning we were coming In sight of mother earth again On Lake Erie we obtained a fine view of tho set ting sun as she made her exit surd went to rest over the hill and into rUle water beyond We spent a full day In Detroit In and through this city wo were Inform ed freight is handled for nine months of each year in a greater volume than any other city of the United States Tho principal and main point of In terest visited while in this city was Belle Isle Park I very much doubt If this park can bo beaten for natural beauty in the whole country Surrounded by water full of the choicest of flowers well kept and cared for u largo number and nil species of deer elk and kindred animals us well as a great number of the flerceiand vicious animal a complete and extensive Aquarium and last but not least a great variety of Tropical fruits and plants In a huge hot house where we saw bananas growing upon stalks or trees 20 to 25 feet in height In short 1this Park is all ono could or should desire It seems to us lo be perfect in itself We left Detroit at 1045 p m on tho 15th for home stopping off at Cincinnati Ohio for about 5 hours this time we spent in dodging about from place to place trying to keep dry as it rained incessantly while in this city Wo arrived homo on the 17thwlth many pleasant recollections of our journey and time as seems to 11us well spent Yours very truly W S TINSLEY Hartford Ky Aug 2C 1007 T DeWItts Little Early Risers are good for any ono who needs a pill They are small safe sure littlo pills that do not gripe or sicken Sold by all druggists m y Farmers Have a Right to Combine That farmers have a right to com bine to sell their crops has been dis are caused by Indirection If you et S little too muh or if you aro subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt beatlhcau the stomach to oxpadsveil fid puff up ajrainst the heart crowds and intor feres with its action and in the course ot time the heart becomes diseased r KodoF For Dyspepsiadig- ests what you cat takes the strain o9 of the heart and contributes nourishment Strength and health to every organ of the body For Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Inflammation at mucous Digestive the Stomach After eatjnz my food would distress me bym 1nrImy heart palpitate end I would become very week Finally I rot a bottle of Kodol and It sere me Immediate relief After using a few bottles I am curedIMRS LORIKO NICHOLS Perm Yen N Y I had stomach trouble and was In Ii bad state as I I DyspepstsCureD KAUBLB Mends a Digests What You Eat Ktlltto Indlgtitlcn 7r n1 et too Lea tear ton eb bileh or oryofEOJ wm I Ins el iii eta Oo Calee a sL SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS puled by soiw of tho newspapers I who are opposed 10 th bcsl interests of the farmers For the benefit of all concerned the following act of UH Legislature of Kentucky under tho date of March 21 1906 is published- It is noroby declared lawful for any number of persons to combine unite or pool any or all of the crops of wheat tobacco corn oats hay or other farm products nilml by thomfor tho purpose of classifying grading storing holding soiling or disposing of same either in parcels or as a whole In order of for the therefor than they might or could obI tain or receive by selling said crops separately or Individually I FELL 20000 FEET i AND WILL LIVE Baloonnist Failed to Cut Loose and Clung to Bag Until Gas was Exhausted Barnslable Mass Aug 29Nearl- y five thousand persons at the Barn stable county fair saw Professor Maloney the balloonist drop 20000 feet to the earth striking on top of a cedar fence post and escape death Maloney made the ascent late this af ternoon and the crowd saw his at tempts to cut his parachute were fruitlessFor two miles Maloney float ed along the gas rapidly leaking front the bag above him Ho prepared for time long drop He timid the balloon came earthward rapidly As It neared earth the canvass fell about the body of the aeronaut He struck in a half standing position on top of a post His buck is terrible twisted and his left arm Injured Tho man was picked up in a semiconscious condition Physicians say ho is not Internally in jured and will recover Hartford Business Institute A strong business preparation for successful commercial career Is aI recognized as a necessity by leading men One of Americas great est business men said The young I man who starts at this time will stand thorIoughyoung 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 de mands What could bo more pitiable than to see a young woman In luxu rythrown on her own resources with out a practical education- It is no longer a question of getting positions for students but getting students ready for positions The demand is greater than the supply While wo have hail a strong class of students during the past two years we have not been able to fill the demands that have been made upon us for compe tent bookkeepers and stenographers Young men and young women with a good common school education have enrolled with us finished the course and with their money making capacity greatly increased have gone out to positions of honor and trust Do you want to be one of this num ber of successful young people If so write us for further Information Cat alogs sent free Address all communi cations to Nettle Rogers Principal Hartford Ky w 9 e- e I 0 0 J t One of the Most Important I I i QUESTIONSI presenting itself to wry man Is to wear the right kind at clothes Tilt clothes a man wears indicates his degree of refine i ment nail Influences his thought and conduct With the knowledge hat he Is wearing correct clothes all ftellng of selfcon J sciuusncss Is eliminated Thoro Is no greater haudiettp to sue cuss than being burdened by thought of ones self Of equal 1m 1 portJMiro to wearing the right kind of cloths conies tho question of gciting them at thu right place We can solve the problem t for you by requesting you to call at 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Harrows and Drills Also all kinds i fiof Field Seeds JSfig Harvesting Machinery tT 41 Wo sell the best Gasoline Engine on the market and Corn bit 49 Crushers and Meal Mills to connect with same Lawn Mowers bt 49 and Swings rhe largest supply house In Ohio county Give us a b Mfil7ccIret MANUFACTURES Incorporated THK FAMOUS IjEGYPTIAN CEMENT AULTS And puts them in the grave The only absolutelyIperfect vault made It ip watertight min and wormproof The greatest age If you desire to lay away the dead in the most satisfactorymanner you will certainly demand one of these vaults Manufactured right here in Hart ford BUCK B1RKHEAD Mgrs J t i r FA+ i I4 Ii i lf BIG BALLOON RAGES l European Sport For Kentucky State Fair RAILROAD RATES CUT IN TWO 1 Y Tickets Go On Sale Sept 14 and Are t Good Returning Until w Sept 23 g t I c Along with the other big amuse ment enterprises secured for the Ken g tucky State Fair in Louisville the week of Sept 16th the State Board y Y I of Agriculture has contracted with to put on balloon races IIThisis a form of sport that has been responsible for the expenditure of amongIiexcitingI The balloons to be used at the Kent tucky State Fair are as nearly Iden tical as it is possible to manufacture TherY prest be in charge Ballasts of sand wqlgh ing the same will be given to bach det pend upon the manipulation of entirelyf the ground at the same time ascend to a height that will throw them into a current of air carrying them naturally in the same direction If in the minds eye of the spectator he could divide the balloon race into heats the moment of reaching this air current would be I called the first heat It is hero that the excitement begins From one bal loon a bag of sand is thrown out from the other one or two In this way one JtIfrom any standpoint the fbiVlowed at the Kentucky State prove as great an attrac lion as anything that is billed for the r big week which begins Sept 16th i TROTS PACES RUNNING RACES Kentucky State Fair yil Have a Great Speed Program No matter In what direction the tasto of the visitor may run so far as speed contests are concerned the Kentucky State Fair at Louisville Sept 1C to 21 will gratify bin desire i Thore are to be trotting races pacing races running races automobile races and balloon races A trotting or pacing race has been arranged ror each day as follows Sept ICth 220 pacing Sept 17th 22fi trotting Sept 18th 213 pacing Sept 19th 218 trotting Sept 20th free for all pacing Sept 21st 210 trotting A six hundred dollar purse in offer i ed on each of these races One of these will be known as the Louisville Retail Merchants Association purse and another as the Louisville Com mercial Club purse appropriations having been made by both of these organizationsRunning each day for purses of 200 will be conducted while on Wednesday Louisville Day automo bile races limited to Kentucky owned automobiles will be run The last mentioned race wKl follow a great automobile parade entirely around the track The dates of the balloon races have not yet been announced AN IGORROTE VILLAGE One of the Big Attractions For Ken tucky State Fair Week In line with its policy to put on only the greatest attractions that can be secured the Kentucky State Fair management has closed a contract to have an Igorrote Village at the com ing exhibition during the week of Sept 16th IB Louisville which will undoubtedly prove a great attraction This village Is now located within the White City at Chicago Its Inhabitant are a horde of barbarians who have PhilippinesThis the one at the Worlds Fair In the Philippine Reservation All of those natives were returned to the Philippines by order of the United States government and new contracts were signed with Uncle Sam to bring over a new lot of genuine dogeating Bon toe Igorrotes The primitive life of these barbarians will be lived every day at tho State Fair just as It Is in Hontoc Their huts are of native ma tonal coming from the Island of Luzon Tho tribe includes some of J the famous head hunters of the PJitilp I Villas There are many rites and cere j peculiar to these people tend J 1thereare constant dances and feasts j The native industries are shown in r the village which will be open tolnj M spoctlon nil day and half tlf night j a- R during State Fair week at Louisylllo J a r TRAINED WILD ANIMALSrf Jv i s Mundys Trained Wild Animal r Arena the big zoological congress that I has been holding forth In this famous i White City at Chicago this year hns been engaged for the Kentucky State 1t Fair at Louisville Sept 16th to 21st This Is admitted to be one of theI most complete trained wild animal or- t ganizations in America There Is no better collection nor are there finer i AfricanisI r big trained wild animal show Each I 7 1 and every one of them is thoroughly educated and every one is a competent iactor 1 iYL I ei SPECIALPROORAMSA i Are Arranged For Every Day and Night AT THE KENTUCKY STATE FAIR There Will Be Something Doing All the Time Interesting and Instructive Features Are you a citizen of Kentucky member of any fraternal organization a school child a citizen of Southern Indiana a QermanAmerican an Irish American a laborer an editor or a militiaman If so you are specially provided for In the list of special nights and special days arranged in the program of the Kentucky State Fair to be held In Louisville Sept 16 to 21 If you are not to be included in any of these classes you will be taken care of on Everybodys Day The State Fair management has ar ranged most interesting special days and specie nights These are enum crated as followsSPECIAL DAYS cor w w lUTE President Louisville Board of Trade General Chairman MONDAY SEPT 1 SCHOOL CHIL DKENS DAY C B Nonleman Member Loulavllle School Board Chairman TUESDAY SEPT 17FRATERNAL- DAY R S Brown President Louisville Commercial Club Chairman WEDNESDAY SEPT 18 LOUISVILLE DAY Ceo Q Vetter Director Louisville Board of Trade Chairman THURSDAY SEPT 19 KENTUCKY DAY Low R Brown of IlarrodsburR President Kentucky Pre ss Association Chairman FRIDAY SEPT 20 SOUTHERN INDI 1 ANA DAY Adam Ileltnuorner President New Al bany Commercial Club Chairman SATURDAY SEPT 21 EVERYBODYS DAY Everybody Chairman i SPECIAL NIGHTS J V HECKMANN Manager Rotiill Merchants Association General Chairman MONDAY SEPT GERMANAMER ICAN NIGHT f Vf Kelsker Chairman TUESDAT SEPT 17IRISII AMERICAN NIGHT Thos McCabe Chairman WEdNESDAY SEPT IS LABOR NIGHT John Young President Ixiulsvllle Feder ration of Labor Chairman THURSDAY SEPT 19 PRESS NIGHT Young E Allison Chairman FRIDAY SEPT 20 MILITARY NIGHT Col W II Ilaldeman Colonel Command ing First Kentucky Regiment Chairman SATURDAY Y sliT 21 FAREWELL NIGHT Smith T Bailey Chairman Of all of these Kentucky Day Is ex pected to be the banner one of the great State Fair week Mr Brown as President of the Kentucky Press Association has named as his associates on the Kentucky Day Commit tee many of the States most prom nent newspaper men This commit tee will arrange several big excur slons to bo run into Louisville on that dayOn the night of Kentucky Day spe dial attention Is to Jjo given to the editors as the name ofhe night Indicates Colonel Young E Allison than whom there is no better knows editor In tho state is chairman of Press Night and will see that mem burs of the tripod are handled In a way that will make their visit an oasis in tho desert of pencilpushing lifeOne of the most beautiful sights of the Fair will be that of ten thousand school children waving flags on the grand stand tho opening day A special rate of ten cents for admission has been made for all school children on this date On Fraternal Day lodges and sod cUes of every character will have an inning A big tent Is to be provided for all organizations taking part and here visitors may be received wel corned and registered Col Brown is planning some interesting drills by uniform ranks of different organiza dons Mr Hclmberger is calling upon tne commercial organizations of Southern Indiana as well as the editors of that section to make Southern Indiana Day one that will be a credit to that progressive section The GermanAmericans and Irish Americans will fittingly celebrate on the two special nights named in their honor while Wednesday evening will glue to Mw laboring element an ox cejlent chance to show its strength There will be no night however more attractive than that given over to military organizations It is plan nod to have an exhibition drill and dress parade gn the traqk in front of grand stand on that evening The glare of the arc lights anil tho rgi6w of the1 Incandescent upon bays hefs epaulets and buttons will pre sent a most attractive picture Everybodys Day is for everybody who could not come on any other day as w8ll sor everybody who has come on every other day It will have ovenlngIa gorgeous program The avenue both sides of which are to bo lined with amusements SeI oared ftfr tho State Fair has been dubbed The Stretch It will have too biggest and best amusement fea tOTes of the year the first under the wire f rab u a SIX GREAT DAYS AND NIGHTS State Fair at Louisville Wjjl Be a Memorable Occasion Everything Is in readiness for the opening of the State Fair In Louisville for the week of Sept 16th The entries made In all departments exceed the most sanguine expectations of the State Fair offlcerst Undoubtedly the live stock exhibits as well those in other departments will be in keeping with State Fairs that are many years older than Kentuckys Institution departmena 8 several days Indeed it is not ezpecte- that anyone could fully cover the Kentucky State Fair In one days time Passing from the exhibit departments to the amusement features it may be said withoutfear of contradiction that the biggest attractions of the kind that were ever secured for a State Fair have been contracted for by the State Board of Agriculture whose auspices is to be hald perm nently in Louisville the State Fair The State Board has pulled itself away from the old ideas of carnival companies etc It has closed contracts only for the biggest amusement features There will be about ten of these but they will represent mor genuine amusements than one hundre- small carnival shows The fireworks exhibition at when the Eruption of Vesuvius Is r produced will prove a great card In addition to all this Captain Kna benshue will personally appear at the Fair in his new passengercarrying airshipThere will also be balloon races an captive balloons If you want to see all of the State Fair this year we would advise you to come prepared to stay several days In a school in Ancoats a clergyman was questioning a class of boys their religious Instruction He en deavored to emphasize the virtue n avoiding occasions of sin Wha- should a man avoid he asked wh is In the habit of getting too much drinkA brighteyed but rather forlorn looking lad was ready with an an swer Please sir a policeman Manchester Guardlttn OA IXlODABun theTheKind You Have Always lI Signature lof Dedication- The Methodibt church at Cente- town will be rjdedlcattd next Sundiiy the Second Sunday by Rev B M Currie of Cluvorport Ky Tnn pub lie Is MiviUEd W A GRANTPysvor The Louisville Herald has advanced the Subscription price so that we cannot ac cept subscription for less than 325 for Daily and The Re publican and 135 for Week ly with The Republic- anPUTINJAJTS NONRESPECT OF COURT Magistrate Hoffman Sent to Jail For Three Hours by Judge Lincoln Louisville Ky Sept 3 Magistrate Frank J Hoffman was committed tn Sail for three hours this ufternoon by County Judge Walter Lincoln on the charge of contempt of court Ttio action complained of was committed at the session of the Fiscal Court which met at 2 oclock rind Is sal to have been due to sometrouble which exists between Hoffman and County Attorney Robert Page Shortly after court converted Mag istrate Hoffman inquired why it was that County Attorney Puge was kick ing whenever the magistrate attempted to accomplish something I wish some one would tell me why Page kicks at everything we are trying todo said Hoffman This inquiry was called forth whim Pago suggested that several vouch ers which Hoffman recommended should be paid bo held up Hoffman became insistent and Judge Lincoln explicitHoffman I did not heed the warning of the court to desist i Sit down or get out of hero said Judge Lincoln addressing the 1tngls- tratc I t I defy anybody to put me out Hoffman responded J Take ijlm to Jail nnd commit him for three hours for contempt of cQurt said Judge LIncoln this time addressing Deputy Srerlff Waiters When the officer took hold of Hoff man the latter resisted and It appear Cd that hero would bo u scone Wat trs told Hoffman that lie was going to take him and told him not to resist or it would be the worse for him Hoffman then gave in and walked out the court room with the officer x Once on the outside however Hoff man again declared that he would not go to Jail He remonstrated a what de termed the outrageous actio n of Judge Lincoln but Waters carried out the instructions of the court und turned his prisoner over to the Jailer Hoffmdiv was committed ct 215 slid sat released at 615tclock There we ii grout many people who have slight attacks of indigestion and dyspepsia nearly all the time Theirs food may satisfy the appetite but it falls to nourish thq body simply bo cause the stomach is not In tit cons dltlou to do the work his supposed to dolt cant digest the food you eat The stomach should be given help You ought take something that will do the work your stomach cant do Kodol for Indigestion and Dyspepsia digestanlxditself and gives strength and health lo the stomach Pleasant to take Sold by all druggists m Hartford College More than seventyfive per cent of the teachers of this county received achooawon distinction in every honorable occupation of man Its growth has been steady Its Influence has wldenedand its equipment for doing excellent teach- Ing Is made better from year to year largdIt Is expected that next years enroll Studentsamay enter at any time and are given private assistance when It is needed The First Term begins September 2 1907 Second term begins November 4 1907 Catalogues sent freed Address all communications to L N Gray President Hartford College Hartford Ky NO 579S Report of the condition of TilEt FIRST NATIONAL DANK theDState of Kentucky at the close of Business Aug 22 1907 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 8151595 Overdrafts secured and 1unsecured none to secure cir culation 2500000 Banking house furniture and fixtures 168700 65690rnot reserve agents 324371 Due from State Banks and Bankers 100698 Due from approved re 959963Checks 17109IIBanks 11500 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 316 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE- IN BANK viz Specie 551410 Legal tender 608410 notes 57000 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 125000 Total 13033352 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 2500000 Surplus fund 1250000 Undivided profits less ex es and taxes paid 156434 National Bank notes out standing 2500000 Individual deposits subject to check 2246816 Time certificates of deposit 4377283 Liabilities bther than those above stated 2819 130t33352State J53dthe above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief JC RILEY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this the 27th day of Aug 1907 Y L MOSELEY Notary Public My commmissibn as Notary Public expires January 18 1908 Correct Attest J P STEVENS ALVIN ROWE Directors C B B FELIX Tired mothers worn out by the peev Ish cross baby have found Cascqsweet a boone nnda blessing Cascasweet is for babies and children and is es peclally good for the ills so common in hot weather Look for the Ingre dients printed on the bottle Contains no harmful drugs Sold by all drug gists m BEAVER DAM Sept 4Rev A B Gardner filled his regular appointment here Sunday morning and night RovJ Frank Baker Riled his ulur appointment fete Sunday morn ing sudsnight Mlssbena Woodward who has boon on an extended trip to OklaHomn re turned home Tuesday 1Es ames T J Morgan and J K Adams entertained the Ladies Flinch Club at tho homo of the former on Main Street1 Friday last Quite a crowd attended the circus here Tuesday- t Mr W D Johnson formerly man ager of the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Co at this place is In It C4 More Than 25000 ink prizes I IIA Stele Fair rifciea kit the Cldq 01 tht CiMmwealtk sI Ktacky Its a Irsjky with I Wi Tall aide Ira the suy I I Uut accMHlM I- LLowest bathes hyaU and liverIYou Just Cant Afford to Came ad fcrtaf all the talk aai the atteittce will h+ iwtllei + la tkt Mck decked Upnr a vadtr 111U U 1xuII iJaV Trottiaf racial Ivaaiaf lace DailyEtAR aantenent profraaTOufef way Iita Ikewaieef dell cs t l salted wilk aa exhibition plaa aenr before alternate 1 o J SEPT 16211907 J I LOUISVILLE r Cspt Knafieashae In his ptiseafercirrylaf airship Ike easel 1 of the century with daily Illhl9 aai exklkliioM aid a sight ride ilatI air guided bya learclllighll alloes taceatke most exciting of aerial sports aai a captive fcallooal Ji 01 I sltloa1acqltaJic acts tree each dayl- Aad th worl4 greatest living color page of aaaseaaeat eater irises I 1 t rates 4tambiIMaahalfaa reach lire works aid the ita Ic pyrotechnic of Vesuvius actual resrtHcHpa I ot tkt awertawfrii calamity of 1906 jirea aIlaUa a 11IItIa ruli Mud concerts ll ky Nstiello and kis premier bud 11- 1ftartstlroWol Music Remember the Kentucky Slate Fair was created ky the Kentucky Legislature and is gives wader the auspices ol the Kentvcky State Board ol Afrlcllare + Write lor catalogue sad iUistrated Descriptive kook 1 E HUGHES Secretary Lo- aisvtileRWZINC t 4T E l Jeweler here WIflIEanything line I no longer connected k1 with thO5c hind lOc having sold my inter 49 est G E Barakat and will devote all my time Jj to the Jeweler business All work guaranteed = NOTICE Bence Sublett 2436 Vol VI R l J THE FALL SEASON I RONE4 JAMES LIVERYBARN p Centertown Kentucky And will permuted to serve mares at nominal fee of ascertainedocoiinfy1 1 dont of one of his offspring that bde today for less than 110000 For further partlcu Iin write or call on S M DEXTER phones In stable Centertown Ky SSSS S fitIlJlssMatlolfAjuitJu on sick list this week 4 Dr tigdra E r3 Tllford of ganfieldrfarti visiting relatives in towp Mr A Chtfll who Men sick for the past tow days is not Improv ing verb fast jfir T Loydand daughter Miss Vefdaaro Visiting Mrs Jll yilllams for a days atMiss Lizzie Slovens of Rockport spent Sunday with her parents at place 1 vrrMiss Nadifle Maddox tvhbiias been in Texas for the past year returned to homrt here Motibuy Mr and4Ajr D LMiller who have be inior put days have returned home MrJ M Porter who isbecn in Oklahoma KltlbJdftig the opening of the town of Clniinaron returned home Miss Bessie Barnes Mr E P Barnes lertfoi LoulsvllIo and Cincin nati where tliey have gone to buy their fall goods for the firm P Bros at this place opened here last Monday with I rrn a THE I fIsstand and to stay Yt ready to do all kinds of in am Store = to Yt WILljmB AT bQ the but bought the Mor has few this her fow hus and ofE School TELEPHONESFOR t withlateetphone and tine con JAMES t IJCiiDJtELECTRIC cd 314 W4 lo 8ttouI TileKy xiuito a large attendance lI Willie Edwards son of C T Ed wards of near HoLto a bas killed here i eplfirdayby train H was trying to catch the train and pissed falling un del the wheels He lived but n few minutes He was about 20 years of age Wr D j Colemnu left Mon qJmprulng fgtLouisvfl1o o take ch of the position he has there as mana ger of the saddle department HO will move his family thera in the near futureoMr E E Rogers and Mrs W T Austin left Tuesday for Louisville goodstorMrs W M1 Wright of Louisville Is flldayst 1- A r 11r y7Y