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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I 4 S M- 1 I t c tjtttxrtfrt Uqublicui LI Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL TIlE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year ii1fkVOL HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1907 No8 I fcSON INVADES HEADQUARTERS OF HARGIS ASSASSINATION SOCIETY I I t 4 Compromise With Crime His Slogan 2Iw Pointp Out Favoritism Shown I Hargls and His Claii In j Their TrialsfIf fr Jackson Ky Sept 9No com promise with any tiling opposed to lawI pk1and order If I am elected Governor of Kentucky was the slogan started I today by Augustus E Villson the 1 Republican nominee who wits given arousing reception by Breathltt coun ty citizens in tho yard of the Breath I itt county courthouse made m mora i velile as the scene of the Marcum mur wher Mr Wlllson made the most i earnest plea of his campaign for good government In Kentucky 7 He was accorded the same earnest W considerate attention which has char- acterized all his meetings and the f temper of his audience Indicated that the Impetus of the political revolution TIn the state was being felt most strong ly In old Breathltt where so many in the State was being felt most strongly in old Breathltt where BO many deplorable things have happen ed and about which so much has been writteniAIr Wlllson made an Instantaneous tlilt today when ho put nhiinly and simply to the large number of D jmo crats In his audience the same ques tion which he addressed to the old Confederate veterans last week Islthere anything that I stand for or Anything in my platform that does not meet your approval ho asked thorn If there Is I want you to tell me let us be perfectly frank about it and get down to business Dofeating npplaus which re choedI through tile surronndlnjj lulls wasI the only response to hlfJ question as an evidence that his appeal found marked favor his audience elbowed each other vigorously in their efforts to grasp his hand heartily after he had finished his address jAVith his characteristic slnllllcltrI be told them of the great in the common people whom he said llbd always been equal to the fcency when they saw fit to IlssertI themselves in the full splendor of their bower and manhood and womanhood A serious line of dissatisfactions the present State administration which we see no hope of being changI cdNunder thq Democratic nominations for successorsIs the favoritism shownI tho Hargis clan as Democratic ers and in other counties where cases are tried of judgeship to men a great many of whom were grossly unscrupu I10us andVincompetent His favoritism to Calhoun whichI cost the State a great many thousands or dollars when Calhoun was under salary and had no right to extra com pensation has excited just complaint and criticism He conspired with tho committee and compelled the Democratic party hold a primary election a year and 1fa hatt before the public election to nominate a State ticket and pushed upon it also a nomination for sena tor woo there was nb law and no custom for nominating Senators in this way and the whole purpose was to compel his own selectlon while he was enjoying tho power of Governor ifnd controller of a great many places and persons and iri this way he has- tsecured his own choice for successor and his own jndorsemen for Senator by making gifts of places or by arous Ing hopes of gifts of places to brjW small politicians all over the Statj to help him or to keep still and ni tills way he has killed off Blackburn Snd McCreary and instituted the reign of small potatoes and few in a hill though when the hills aro at Frank lost there is a very large bag of small potatoes Democracy has always plumed it self on a fair fight but I call this people to witness that this politician i ubVenpr and schemer has played all te tricks known to politics and in Vented some new ones and used all 1these tricks and all the Influence en trusted to him by the people for their benefit tOke p himself and his crowd- S in power I I charge that he got his place by fraud tharhe knew he was not elect ed that all his people knew that he was not elected that even a solidly Democratic board counting there Hums decided and knew that he was not 31e ted and that ho took office with hli fyes open and knowing what St f I I he was doing to which office he was never elected and was guilty to an unscrupulous and corrupt appropriation of another mans office and that hu used the power thus wrongfully and unfairly obtained to reelect himself and after he was reelected used the power to wipe out the old leaders and to make himself Senator so ex tending the circle of the Influence of the original fraudand I do not Relieve I that Kentucky honor and manhood willS stand for a fraud thus exposed I beIlIeveI charge that he Instituted the prl j mary because he dsclrdd that thieve should he no platform that the party j could be held to but that each camlli date should be free to write his own j platform or have somebody else write It for himto put on the lid and preach prohibition in the dry enmities and to stand in wfth the wets In the other j counties VL I I charge and all these people know that Irlnie and again he hits absolutely changed the cdfitrol of the Democratic State Central Committee and expelled representatives of whole counties Indifferent parts of the State and put In their pljices different representa lives time and again solely to force Itj partly Into all kinds of Democratic situations while the older leaders and all the active woijklng leaders of the Democratic party have been thrust Into the background and condemned to silence and obedience He has crushed the genius of our oung men Whenver one turns up ie must line up with this Caesar of Democracy or let the Juggernaut run I over hlnvt 1 call upon a Democrat who has i given the useful years of a long life to dev ton to his party and I ask I him who are tho men to whose wis 1ea1onllookare the men Where Is Carlisle Lindsay Blackburn and McCreary V What new men are coming up to take their places For Carlisle or Lindsay we substi ute Percy Haley For McCreary and Blackburn oh well take any of the ready tools that do the bidding of he Democratic boss No man hares to become a leader among time Democrats unless he leads subject to tho orders of the King If he dares to show any independence the machine uns over him and ends his useful nessThese questions should go to the heart and good sense of the Democrats All the acts of Gov Beckham are hurtful to his party SLANDER RETRACTED BY REV HUNT Exonerates Augustus E Will son of His Baseless Charges It is not often that a minister of theI gospel is compelled to swallow his words as completely and quickly as the Rev Hunt a Baptist minister who made a speech at the Long Run Baptist Association in which he charg ed that the Republican candidate for Governor was in league with the liquor Interests and that they had promised o ralso a campaign fund of 100000 in his Interest After a few days deliberation and inquiery into thO matter RoX Hunt issued the follow- Ing statement retracing everything io had said To time PublicI I It is because I wish to wrong no man that this statement is made On two occasions recently lift addressing myself to the temperance question I have given publicly the report that the liquor interests of Kentucky were willing to put up a campaign fund of 100000 in order to secuer the election AE Wlllson the Republican cumuli date for Governor My words as to this league between I Mr Wlllson and the liquor interests were mateupon what appeared to be high authority Since making the remarks above referred to I have been thoroughly convinced t1mt the story has no foundation in fact and BO I not ofty wIth- draw my words but express my profound egret that I should have been led by what I thought good authority to the giving otcurrency to a alse styory M PJIUNT V MISREPRESENTED IttSON SPEAKING Did CourierJournal in Reporting Hager Rally Universal Condemnation of The License Tax Grabbing Law I The following t article appeared In Tuesdays Louisville Herald as letter to the editor from Plkesvllle Ky j We notice in the CourierJournal of j the 5th an article written Tinni Pike vlllo with reference to the reception of I Judge linger In Plkevllle and con trastlng It to that ofxMr Wllisonwho spoke hereon the 26th of August The j article deals at length with what claimed to be factional fights In theI Republican ranks in Pike county and the snubbing of the Reception Coin mittee by Mr Wlllson In response to this we wish to say tUit the Republicans In are as a unit for Mr WI1ISOIlic there IH any Republican In Pike conn ty who will Vote against Wlllson we would not know where to find him The Republicans It fs true are1 to some extent divided possibly ony some matters but not on any party measure or men and are all work lug hnrinonioutjly to give Mr Wlllson and the ticket the largest majority in the history of the county In this fight mummy Democrats have signified their willingness to help us Sonic of the old timers have even said they would willingly get on their horses and go among the people to help retire to private lllo the Frank fort gang Thieve are so many ob jectlortable features of the new rev enue bill forced through the legisla ture by Beckham Hager et aI that many Democrats cannot longer assist them to say in power Some of them claim that to make a poor man pay a tax of 10 vcr year to run n hack lover the rough roads and heavy moun tains of this section Is not Democrat- Ic and to collect a tax from the small merchant who has a meager stock of goods in a country store and who dpslros to keep a bottle of pop or a cold drink of lemonade to cool time thirst of his neighbor onght not to have to pay a tax for this privilege Another class who are men of moderate moans desire to travel and sell sowing machines do not believe that their Democratic brethren should have required them to pay a license tax to sell such articles And again such taxes as this come straight homo to the consumer because the license tax Increases the price and they do not believe either that because some neighbors eyesight has failed him that tho seller of a pair of specta cles should hav6 to pay a tax on them And above all things that is obnoxious to the people of Eastern Kentucky is the fact that a Democrat ic Legislature should so far forget themselves as to even tax the dog and in this way seek to raise a large revenue to cover up the many wrongs of their party They say this Is not Democratic that the oldtime Democrat has always lreacimedtlme doctrine that the dog especially was the friend of tho poor man and should over remain on the free list Therefore they dont understand this new Democracy and Mr Hager and others will find it out when he hears from the re turns of the mountain counties As tEl th9 Reception Committee there was a slight misunderstanding as to certain matters in time program but this was not caused by Mr Will SOIl and no one blames him with it in fact the matter was all adjusted and not avote will be lost on ac count of It In fact it is not worthy of notice The report that 2000 people met Mr Hagdr at the depot Is untrue There was by actual count about 250 men from out in the county who came to hear time speaking and in cluding the town people about 350 voters attended the speaking about one fifth being Republicans The cqurt house was well filled the crowd be ing made up of about 350 voters and the remainder women and children These arc facts and our Democratic friends hero know it Yours truly N REPUBLICAN i Gov riuehes on McKInley At the dedication of the McKInley memorial monument At Buffalo last week Gov Hughes paid the following beautiful tribute to the martyred Pres ident during the course of his address friendship the grace of a IDu7to I husbands devotion the honor of manhood time beauty of forbearance of unwearied patience endeared Wil liam McKInley to the hearts of his fellowcitizens and In their memory eclipsed the glories of nn administra Ion flattering to American pride t Ve may see but dimly Into the future We may be confused by the perplexities of Qur modern life made thalmore difficult by the very riches of our inheritance but as we set our use by the pole star of truth and justice and conserve the ideals of character which our fathers have taught- us to revero we shall not foil U Rev Lew s Farewell Sermon IHe J A Lewis will conduct his services at the Hartford Methodist church next Sunday Subject 11 a m Filled with the fullness of God 7P0 II m Farewell with this service Rev Lewis active jjulnlstry closes and marks the end of forty nine years of active ministerial worlIThis course is taken by Bro account of Impaired health He has been In of the work IIna8slst1edJ Frank Baker lis with many regrcts that ItI people give Bro Lewis and his able family up They all have become attached to them by tics of friendship and lion and the announcement thou they are to leave us causes universal regret PROPOSED CURFEW OR DINANCE BECOMES LAW Hereafter Boys Under 16 Must Hike In At Eight Oclock As forecast In our Issue of August 16th a curfow law was offered at time regular council meeting Wednesday night September 1th There was no opposition tptho ordiuance at all and Jt passed practically as It was published in these columns age and time only being changed It will work no inconvenience on anyone and will be comlusiveof much good correcting mommy minor evil practice of the I younger folks The ordinance as passed and now in for o is as follows Time City Council of the city of Hartford do ordain as follows Section 1 It shall hereafter be unlawful for any child 16 yearn of ago and under to loiter or play upon the streets of Hartford after S oclock at night Section 2 Whoever shall violate Section 1 of this ordinance shall on conviction thereof be fined tho sum of one 100 dollar and the cost of the prosecution which cost shall be the same for any other violation of ordi nances in the City of Hartford Section 3 It shall be the duty of the Marshal of the City of Hartford to ring the bell at the hour of 7Jii oclock each night said bell to be pro cured and set up for that purpose by the City authorities and the ringing of said bell shall be notice to all of and under the age mentioned in Section 1 of this ordinance Section 4 All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed Section H This ordinance shal go into effect Immediately after publication thereof as required by law Ira Moxley Hurt About seven oclock last Sunday morning Ira Moxley son of Mr P A Moxley of time Nocreek neighborhood was found in an unconscious condition by the side of the road lead- Ing from Beda to Nocreek near time residence of Rev Jo A Bennett Young Mr Moxley had the night before gone to Beda to church and being alone it Is thought the horse fell on him or threw him which resulted in such in jury as to produce unconsciousness It is supposed that he was hurt about ten oclock in the night He was at once renidved home and Dr wddlUgIsummoned It is reported sign of Injury can be where about his person At first he was perfectly helpless not being able to move a limb or any part of hit body Later he regained use of his limbs but Is still unconscious List of Advertised Letters- H J Hatchett Eddie James Leon ard Miller William Sullenger Cicero Wade Mattie Nail Nola Davis Cor die Collins Marvin wyiiams J M Thomas Mlllord Tichenor Mrs Ida Robertson 3 Arthur Morton Harry Riggs Lena Phipps Jim Johnagan Miss Clara Ford Qeorge Earney Laura Barrett I t t HISTORYI south Trimble Alleged Re form Candidate Shown up Letter Which he Wrote to Thomp son During Campaign of 1899 ISome of our readers will remember the letter which South Trimble wrote to his friend W E Thompson in 1S09 for the purpose of securing a change in Commissioners of the Elec IanIpersons never read It or have forgotten It In order that they may see what sort of material Is offered by the Democrats for the weIIeJlrollucoLouisville HeraldI Who Is the Democratic nominee for Gove1l1orI Is he the tame South Trimble who was recently a Member of Congress nuLl who has long been a leader III Democratic machine politics Yes this Is tIme sonic South Trim ble Is he the same South Trimble who is now running with linger on umi al leged reform platform Yes this Is the same South Trim ble Is he the same South Trimble who In ISOfi wrote that now famous letter to W E Thompson urging him to allow himself to bo tool to the malicious purposes of the machine Yes this Is time same South Trim ble and here Is the letter Monday Oct l 1S99 Mr W E Thompson Frankfort lcMy Dear Mr Thompson I will preface time contents of this letter by saying that you havent a better friend in Franklin county thou I am and It is because of my friendship for you that 1 write this letter You were Indicated by the County Committee as one of the Election Commission ers for this county Xo better man could have been appointed hut It Is an unenviable position and one you should not accept Our county Is all right safely Dem ocratlc but city elections cannot be won WITH A FAIR COUNT and you know that as well as 1 do Incompetent unreliable Republican judges will lowe to be appointed The right of the Republicans to Indicate who shall represent them as judges will have to be ignored and the Election Commis sioners will have to do this or receive time 111 will of the city Democrats I would not do It for I could not conscientiously do so and I know that you would not therefore my advice to you Is to refuse to act- I had a talk with Judge Pryor on time subject and ho said if you would refuse to act ho would appoint any lone that we might Indicate which would be Ben Marshal You know Ben is so partisan that he thinks anything Is right that helps the Democratsp Think this matter over and uso your best judgment and If you con clude not to accept write me imme diately and I will have the change made I will also see that your In terests are represented In the ap pointment of officers on your side of time river Let mo hear from you at once Slntftrnly your friend SOUTH TRIMBLE FOR THE BUSY READER I Walter G Cotton president of the I I American Tube Works is dead at j Boston after a brief Illness countIgla Legislature has resigned Tho steamer Son Gabriel ran ashore one mile north of Point Reyes Cal and it is believed sue will bo a total lossIA man committed suicide at the Wisconsin State Palm at MilwaukeeIby throwing himself steam rollerf I Another ono of the new battleships the Vermont has more than realized the expectations of the naval design ers having exceeded her speed re quirement S- An unknown person placed p9lson In the lake at Walnut Hall the stock I I- p r A farm of L V Harkness in Fayetto county killing hundreds of fish President Roosevelt has commuted the sentence of James Bradford who was convicted December 23 1905 at New Orleans of conspiracy to defraud the United States out of public lands 4 The Common Pleas Court at Philadelphia has held that the twocent rate law passed by the recent Penn sylvania Legislature Is unconstitu tional Announcement of the discovery of an nntltoxlne that will kill dlpthcria germs in the living human organism within three minutes has been made at the Ohio State University Colum bus According to the estimates of the Agricultural Department the condition of corn on September 1 was 802 as compared with S2S last month 902 oil September 1 IHOO and a tenyears average of 81 The average condition of spring wheat when havested was 771 as compared with 794 last month and SI51 for 190 at the time of harvesting p a NIGHT RIDERS ATTACK HOMES OF PLANTERS Fire Into One But Spare Crops on Condition That Farmers Sign Agreement ilopkinsvillo Ky Sept J Night riders got busy III the northern part of this county early Sunday morning and news of their operations has just readied hero About liIO oclock 100 men rode to time home of W J Ladd and calling him to his floor demanded that he follow thorn to time barn Ho asked them to walt until he could put on his shoes and they agreed tomb so but when he turned to go Into the house they opened fire and about 100 shots wore fired most of them be ing stopped by the logs of which the house was built Several of them however found their way Into time rooms where his wife and several children were sleeping When Ladd joined the riders again they took him downto the barn and told him they had at first decided to destroy his tobacco hut that 1C ho would come into Hopkinsvillo and sign a contract this morning not to sell to the trust they would let him go He agreed and the men thou went on to the homes of 1 M Crowe and Oscar Smiley where they called them out and warned them also to come In tumid sign today They were further Instructed to see that Joe Clark and John Rogers also farmers In the same nelgliborhoodand the latter a Magistrate signed an agreement Ladd Crowo and Smiley came Into town this morning and signed bring- Ing the first news of the attack Chocolates HESE delicious confect- ionsi are the purest finest candy made and will delight the taste of every member of the family from the baby up We receive Fenway freshevery week and in our modem candy I case keep it in suchperfect condition that it fairly melts in your mouth Take Home a Box 1 lb60c 12 lb 30e James It Williams The Store Y i x- m r fJ r 1t f- S S k My r i- e I I Ii U I i h Ifl t I I HAGER AND THE LABOR VDT His Plea for Protection for Children Falls Flat Good at Spinning Cheap Meaning less Phrases to Butco- Workingmen Judge S W Huger in opening his campaign at Lexington latt Saturday for Governor speaking of child la bor said- I am led to give brief attention to the agitation for laws prohibiting the employment of children below a cer tain age In mines and factories and commonly designated Child Labor Laws The children of the Slateam especially those among the poorer class need such legislation far mare than the wage they earn If the Democratic party be the friend of the poor and the weak as It so of ten vociferously assorts when It needs to bunco workingmen out of their votes why has it not tang ago placed such legislation on the statute books and provided for the faithful enforce mont of such laws The Democratic candidate for Gov ernor goes on to say There is no more pitiable sight than that of young and tender boys and girls wearing away their lives In the smoky factory or dismal mine evincing in their countenances the un salutary effect of tho confinement antI strain incident to the work Why has not the Democratic parry during all the years It has been In full posioselon of all departments of the State government made it Impossible for legal enactment for such a pJl blo light to be seon n this Common woalth as that of young and tender boys and girls wearing away their rives In smoky factories or dism1 mluesV hose Bights pitiable though S W lager declares them to be nave been obicrved in this Commonweal M for years and years by all mon who cared to take note of them but they do not appear to rouse compassion In the beers of Dcnmnt L9gtJ1ua1- utlgu or Executives except when these gentlemen feel the need of workingmen votes to boost them into public office- Candidate Huger can see the evil of stuntng or retarding the physI- cal growth and development of the boy or girl of young and tender years especially when ho feels that he must have the votes of workingmen or he cannot be Governor But ciuulidate camjIIlIgntheir votes by their sham and hypo critical pretenses of friendship for them is growing increasingly difficult from year to year Again candidate linger in that section of his address devoted to CHpl tal and labor sagely observes With ualIltyer regard for the rights of each on the part of the other thore should be no differences between them Candidate linger places a mighty low estimate on the intelligence of la borors when he bolievts he cnn de colveany grent number of them by that long ago exploded theory that the interests of capital and labor are mutualWorkingmen are interested in se curing the shorter work day higher wages and moro humane conditions of work flit capitalists are Interested in maintaining long hours of work and low wages The Interests of capitalists and wag workers are diametrically opposed the one to the other Again Mr Ilagcr says The organization of tho groat army of wage earners In this country IB essential for their selfpreservation Why so Who or what class IS seeking the des truction of tho great army of wage earners if the interests of this army of W8g earners aro tho same as the In torosts of their employes The gen tlemen is simply repenting a number of mtrotypcd phrases that have been mnde to do duty before by bourgeois pollttuliinii Tiio following sentence from Candi date Makers speech without capital the laborer cannot sell his heir and barter his brawn and muscle shown hut while he can spin cheap and meaningless phrases to bunco workingmen out of their votes he Is absolutely ignorant of the very terminology of the subject of the labor movement Tho laborer dots not sell his hire or barter his brawn He sells the only thing ho has to sell viz his labor power in the labor market for the highest wages he can get Again the gcntleinun says The Democratic party has always been the friend of tabor lu this country and has favor ed and encouraged its organization To this I reply tho Democratic par ty has never been a friend of labor In this countryand is not today To prove I this I could cite numberless Instances where Democratic public oft Ifza1lia s ficials have used their offlcljjj posi tions to defeat and put down the strug gles of tjie workers foi better condi tons f Did not a Democratic Governor In New York Roswell P Flowerjuse the militia of that State to crash the strike of lho switchmen at Buffalo who were striking to enforce the laws of Now York forbidding corporations to work their employes mole hnn ton hours per day Wasnt it a Democrat Governor In Pennsylvania who direct ed the arming of deputies to fire upon unarmed and striking coal minors at Hazelton Was It not a Democratic Governor In Idaho whobuilt a bull pen in which he rounded up and Imprisoned 1500union miners Not to mention any longer list of Democratic outrage committed agalmt organized labor does not this Common wealth of Kentucky under Democratic rule tolerate the blacklisting of work ingmen by corporations The Democratic party Is the willing servant of the Southern capitalist wage slave driver today as much so as it ever was the willing tool of Souther chattel slaves fo a past gen eration For years peonage has existed in the Southern Stales and it exists there to this day and no oho knows this bet ter than Candidate Hager himself Tie Democratic party the friend bf labor A sucker may bo born every minute but two or more would have to be born every minute to enable Candidate Hager to catch enough of them by such fnlso and shallow phases to lect him Governor of Kentucky JAMES H ARNOLD The way to get rid of a coldwheth er It be u had cold or just a little one Is to get it out of your system through the bowels Nearly all Cough Cures especially those that contain opiates are constipating Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup contains np opiates and acts gently on the bow els Pleasant to take Sold by all druggists m DOGS AS POLICE AIDS ARE VALUABLE Gotham Now to Use Bloodhounds to Hunt DoWn Its Criminals Bloodhounds are to be kept by the police department for use in running down criminals especially murderers and men who attack women and children in outlying districts Uy direction of General Bingham Deputy Commissioner Woods has been supervising experiments with dogsaud as a result he said today that a dog department will be added to the detective bureau p Deputy Woods recently made a trip through Europe and noted the work polio by dogs In the service of tho police especially in France and Brussels where they have beon successful with the animals Experiments directed by Commissioner Bingham are con ducted in the upper part of the State and a species of bloodhound was used The dogs have been gathered from all parts of the country land are of the best breed that could be found The reports show that the experi ments have been unusually successful In one case a young dog was put on a trial that was four hours old The ani mal however succeeded In tracking the man through crowded city streets to a house in which he was hiding Deputy Woods said ho believed the dogs would be of great bervico to tho police department He cited cases of attacks on girls in outlining districts mid said that In such cases the dogs could be hurried to the scene of tho crime and quickly placed on the track of the criminals It Is Intended to have at least 100 dogs In tho New York polico depart ment In station houses in the more criminal districts two dogs will boI kept constantly and in the other houses one dog will be sufficient Dogs will be kept In every borough ready for action tho moment a crime has been reported In the outlying districts except In cases where the criminal takes a vchlclb to cover his tracks or where there Is a path of water which will wipe out the traces It is believed that the dogs can hunt down a man In a short time In the thickly populated city where street cars and trains afford opportu nities for a man to cover his tracks the dogs will bo used in identifying suspects New York Special to Chicago RecordHerald v Saved Her Sons Life The happiest mother In the little town of Ava Mo Is Mrs S Ruppee She writes One year ago my son was down with such serious lung trouble that our physician was un able to help him when by our drug gists advice I began giving him Dr Kings New Discovery and I soon no ticed improvment I kept this treat ment up fora few weeks when he was perfectly well He has worked steadily since at carpenter work Dr I Kings Now Discovery saved his life I Guaranteed best cough and cold cure by all druggists 50c and 100 Trial I bottle free m I k WHAT 29240 000 MEANS Ordinaryer Labor Could Not Earn it in 6000 Years i Standard Oil Fine Must be Meas ured With a Gigantic Rule The civilized world gasped when this amount was named as a fine levied on the Standard Oil Company the greatest private industrial combination earthEven in days like these when mil lions are airly discussed and when millionaires are too common for use in simile this order by a Federal Judge that the vastest money making busi ness In the world should be mulct cl 29240000 may bo said like unto the shot at Lexington to have been hard mound the world But aside from its present day news slgniflance there is a mighty mean ring in this recordbreaking figure It is a figure we may nil well bo inter ested in so let us see if we cannot analyze it a bit the better to under stand and grasp its width lengts depth and weight Lets hett it The effort of a single man- vin ordinary history up to the present day would not begin to approach In the aggregate earning capacity this Im unease sum To appreciate what 29240000 rnoi one must measure it with a gSgiutU rule and reduce its proportions to con crete form in concrete terms wi h n the every day comprehension of man kindThe money losses attendant upon some of the great catastrophes wcli have staggered tits civilized void in recent years may serve as comparatlv basis for a measurement of the rnv historic Standard Oil fine When the great city of Baltimore was visited by a widespread and de vastating fire three years rgo tic flame raging fiercely for several days consuming block sifter block of groit business buildings and residences i was estimated that the fire insurance would 30500000 dam agesINow the sum that the Standard Oil Is commanded to pay Into the United Status Treasury on account of illegal rebating would just about have paid for tho rebuilding of the great por tion of Marylands Queen City which was destroyed by the flames Again an earthquake at Kingston Jamaica whose resulting toss of life and property made nn appalling record that the world shivered at cost- Ing in money 30000000 would be off set financially speaking by tho Standard Oil fine Tie world stood aghast at the leveling by earthquake and fire of the city of the Golden GateSan Francis coa little more than a year ago The wholesale destruction of property was terrific Vast areas of structures which had been the pride of the lending city on the Pacific Coast were reduced to smoking debris The property loss was estimated at the astounding figures of 350000000 The Federal Judges levy upon the coffers of the Standard 01 Company would have satisfied one tonch ap proximately of San Franciscos enor mous loss Now leaving aside the considera tion of what this 29240000 lump sum would do if distributed in any cf the channels mentlonedperhaps oven more striking illustrations of what such a sum of money means may be gleaned 1ntcomoIn other words or figures from 29240000 a sum of 1754000 would accrue annually If Invested at 6 percent What would the distribution of this accomplish when directed along certain lines It would support In fairly comfort able circumstances the average town of 5000 population Indeed there is many a place of that size whose annual expenditures for all the necessi ties and luxuries of life would not amount to so much Take the man of family who spends annually 2000 The Income from the Standard Oil fines amount would each year take case of 877 such households and 877 the size of many a prosper ous village in tills land Recently an old Harvard man re nowned for his studies In sociology gave tho world something new to talk about and figure on when rtcmwfyp about and figure on when ho announced that the cost of rearing to mail hood of the average body in a family comparatively welltodo was 25000 Now Mr John D RockefoUerscom- pany will if tho decision of= Judge Landis is not nullified pay the Gory ernment a sum of money which educate feed clothe and permit lux uries to 1470 persons of this class of society estimating an average of 21 years support- It would give 1696 men vacations on a basis of 150 each Consider tho receipts of the average successful Broadway play If1t tor i tals each week 10000 Its going some In fact it is flying high However the sum of 1754400 could virtually buy out tho house for n threeyears run Turn to the fertile grain fields of the western States There the yearI ly Income named would purchase abou 75000 average acres of wheat on a hlghbasis of dollar wheat at that There are a great many pebple who have slight attacks of indigestion and dyspepsia nearly all thO time Their food may satisfy the appetite but it falls to nourish the body simply be cause the stomach is riot Jn fit con dition to do the work ills 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 I a combination of natural dlgestants and vegetable acids digests the food I itself and gives strength and health to the stomach Pleasant to take Sold by all druggists m BECKHAM AND FRANKLIN CANT GRANT IMMUNITY Judge Robert L Stout Says That He Alone Can Protect Taylor Judge Robert L Stout of Versailles Judge of the Fourteenth Judicial district In which the Goebel murder was committed seven years ago arrived last night In Louisville from Lake Chautnuqiia where lie spent the sum mer and gave out a statement this morning that he alone Is authorized to grant immunity to W S Taylor Kentuckys exGovernor if Taylor will return to Kentucky to testify In the Powers case I am the only official in Kentucky empowered to grunt immunity to Tay boy said Judge Stout this morning and continuing said ITaylor was correct when lie gave in Indianapolis that neither Gov Beckham nor Common wealths Attorney Robert Franklin hs power to grant him immunity from arrest To be sure the Governor coul pardon him outrightbut he is powers to grant immunity from arrest ua less he does issue a full pardon As a matter of courtesy Judges usually ac cept the recommendation of their Commonwealths Attorney in such cases but 1 have not been consult ed and Mr Franklin is powerless to enforce a promise of Immunity I The bench warrant for Taylors ar rest was issued from the Franklin Circuit Court and is returnable there and there only If Taylor should re turn to Kentucky except under my promise of immunity from arrest I could order his arrest and trial re gardless of any other promises that had been made by others Even if he were kidnapped and brought here I could order his trial Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood Is Impure thin diseased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching rising and bumpy skin bone palnsca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co At lanta Ga B B B Is especially ad vised for chronic deepseated casesas It cures after all else falls 35tf Jamestown TerCentennial Ex position NORFOLK VAV APRIL 26 TO NO VEMBER 30 1907 Rates from Beaver Dam Ky SEASON EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30 In clusive Final return limits Dec 15 1907 Rates for round trip 3045 60DAYS EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30ln elusive Final return limits Sixty 60 days from date of sale not to exceed December 15 1907 Rates for round trip 2870 15DAYS EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 19 to November 30 Inclusive Final return limits 15 days from date of sale not to exceed December 15 Rate for round trip 2360 COACH EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 25 1907 and on each Tuesday from Apr 30 to No vember 26 1907 Inclusive Final re turn limits Ten days from date of sale Rate for round trip 1620- J E WILLIAMS Agent Notice To Miners and Farmers We ask of you not to buy wagons or buggies c011lpanYfofOwensboro the union and employ union man Done by order of the local JOHN WILSON Recording Secretary Echols local4No 678 TJMW of A tt- i r+ One of the Most Impo- rtantQUESTIONS I ofpresentingclothes The clothes a man wears his thought and conduct With the knowl selfconedge sciousness is eliminated There Is no suc cess than being burdened by thought of ones self Of equal Im portance to wearing the right kind of clothes comes the question i We can solve the problem t of getting them at the right place for you by requesting you to call utihPEARLS PArtTIORIUM J We have here on display the greatest and most attractive as ever shown In Hartford We guarantee tworky manship PLACE YOUR ORDER t P D TWEDDELLw 10 +++++z ++++ H + + H+++++ +++ fo 01 +++++++e 4- j 4 4 i THE KENTUCKY i- I I Light and Power Co I 4 i + INCORPORATED 4 iWlhhWIRH YOUR 1 HOUSE BT COST I + t4 4LLEGrRIo LIGHTS ARE CLEAN 1 v 1 t HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME i4 OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD t BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN + 6 + 4 4 REACH t+ + + t f I MLHEAVRIN Manager i r1 + ++ ++ ++++++ ++ ++ + + ++++ + + +444 + 4+ I Ohio County Supply Go I 1 4i Iru orportcc1 9 = I Ieixt oarcl KyI 9 9 4 9 fi = Hardware Machinery and all Kinds 1 4RIllipleffleiltS E jKJ 941We carry a complete line of Buggies and Surreys When you 9 fi buy a Buggy you do not want to make a mistake in material and J- A 4 workmanship We handle only the best makes and can therefore 94ctfi and Moline with all repairs for same b4iA full line of fence wire Steel and Felt Roofing Myers Deep pit i kinds4ifc 44We handle the following well known brands of Wagons Mitch ell Blount EtfiMowers4tficall Prices always equitable J Ifi OfIOfIOfIOfIOfIOfIooooou i Incorporated MANUFACTURES THE FAM- OUSEGYPTIANCEMENTYAULTS I And puts them in the graVf3 The only absolutely t perfect vault made It is Water tight aiMight VeryI min andwormproof The greatesti invention of thet1 rage c If you desire to layaway the dead in the most satisfactory manner will 1ofInlfOrd i 1 BLACK BIRKHEAD Mgrs f Muwu Iii J pl J tt hv rt r4 4 1 GREAT INDIAN CHIEF v EIGHTY YEARS OLD His Intellect Will Power and Physical Strength Won t I j Renown W Hi GJlstrap Secretary of tho State Historical Society has returned from a trip along the Straits of Sau Juan do Fuca during which ho secur ftvaluable data relating to old Indian mbes that for many centuries made their u tribal headquarters and their hunting and fishing grounds on the straitsOne of the features picked up by k the Secretary durIng late trIp was the history of How Thlub hereditary chief at the Neah Bay agency who at tie age of eighty years is still halo jfcd hearty and Mr Gilslrap declares one of the greatest Indian characters in the Northwest in the matter of intellectual and will power He alsoiis imposing looking in physical ap pearance HowaThlub whom the whites call Peter Brown for short is the third son of the great chief Hedi ahTahwish a celebrated Indian of bygone days TatsKit the oldest son I of HediahTahwIshv was killed in a battle with the Clallam Indians more than half a century ago Whny Lash the second son then became assumedIn physical strength and endurance j HowdThlub in the days of his prime I showed extraordinary distinction He is credited with being able to pickup any man who had the hartlihood to attempt a wrestling bout with him vand throw him over his head In those days he measured fiftyfour Inches around the chest and excelled in exIrIn additionto being probably the best hunter of his tribe his daring and courage on the sea as a whale hunter was celebrated among all the tribes of the Olympic peninsula la of getiyears ago with a selected crew of In dlan sea hunters would venture far V out on the ocean in pursuit of schools of whales They rarely returned empty handed In the expeditions HoVaTilub did the harpoon work and Secretary Gil strap was fortunate enough to secure I the harpoon which he used in those t ancient times with all its Attendant apparatus While it Is a weapon of primitive character in the hands of a man 1having the power of ajm of owaThlu a terrible menace to a whale rocking peacefully in the long swells of the ocean The staff of the har poon alone is prodigious when it is considered that it is a weapon that must be thrown It is about sixteen feet long and weights forty pounds and Indians who hunted with Howa 11toattached to the harpoon is made of j sinew from the belly of the whale and is so strong that there would be no possibility of its being broken As j t floats to be attached at regular Inter1- vale to ifs harpoon rope a number of usIedt over by to Secretary a Gilstrap and will probably be kept in I deposIstoryed by the primitive people of the A Northwest in whaling HowIaThlubsHowaThlub true traditionary usage i among the Indians made a decent upon the Clallams and killed a mem her of that tribe The white soldiers e I were then appealed to angoing to the straits arrested Howafhlub whoa Ifmade no resistance but asked that he be not shackled Nevertheless the soldiers put hand cuffs on him Enraged at their luck t of respect for his position us chief HowaThlub with one wrench of his hands tore off the manacles and walked t of the steamer upon which he hud j been placed in order to bring him to Stellacoom for trial He was finally prevailed upon to go peaceably and unbound to Stcilucoom where he was tried and given his utterly For many years HowaThlub has been an In a dian policeman of the Ncah Bay tribe I is shied is regarded by the whites as a fftoan of integrity and honor Seattle j I 1 PostIntclllgcncer d InzelllSalvedaily good for piles Sold by all i if gists About Divided i Juries drugfl The t following taL 4 tpubllshcd in the Indianapolis Star 4 Ii In 1902 McKenna and Ryan were indicted in the United States for the Eastern District 9fKentucky a charged with violations of Fcder al election laws in Lexington Ky When the case way called for trial it was suggested by counsel for the Kdefendants Governor Bradley thatI r P I 1d I r 1 4 I Cures Womans Weaknesses Wo refer to that boon to Weak nervous suffering women known as Dr Plercos Favorite Prescription Dr John Fyfo ono of tho Editorial Staff of TUE ECLECTIC MEDICAL REVIEW says of Unicorn root Helen to Dtolca which Is ono of tho chief Ingredients ofthe Fa vorite Proscription I autoInosystemDo ment which more tully answers the above purposes than any other drug nisi uhlch 1 am ttcquainUA In the treatment of diseases peen to women it Is seldom that a case Is ledlcetlonforleadinglndlcallontttorDelunlasllinlcornrooU or itching In the back with leucornxxa atonic weak condltMH of the reproductive organs of Xomen mcntai depression and Ir ofthesensation 0r beat In the region of the kIll nCI menfirrhagti flooding due to a weak ened conItIon of the reproductive system amenor r reseed w absent monthly period I Y rum or accompanying an abno utl condition of tho digestive organs and Anmlc l thin blood t shit dragging encjMons In the extreme lower part of the Jr morn or less of the abov srmntoms a + n a- er lan a o r eree s to- u I setae v Is Unicorn root or Helonlas and tho medical properties of which It most faithfully represents promlnontIngredientProf Elllngwood M D of lientnett Medical College Chicago says oftheand general cnfettblcmcnt it Is useful ofCincinnatiIn relation to Its general eRects on the wllle11thlreIs untverfally regarded as the tonic useful in all states JeffersonMedicalValuable In uterine hemorrhage menor rhagla flood Ins and coiiKestlvo dyiimcnor rh I1rnstruatulIDrlrscnnHon faith Ingredientsthey are recommended all or practically all of the jurors summoned for that term I td twelve of whom wouh Lave eonstUuted the trial jury in tlus case were Republ1r cans The defendants were Democrats An investigation was had and thet court Judge Cochran satisfying bier self that it was true that practically flU of the jurors were Republicans refused to allow the defendants to be tried at that term and continued the case to the end that a jury might bo selected at the next term fairly divided as to politics Among other things Judge Cochran at the time said This is not a political court and this shall not be a political trial These defendants are entitled to anti shall receive a fair trial While IImake no charge that this Jury been improperly selected yet we must secure one that is divided between IIhcto insure a fair nonpartisan trial The jurors objected to ware retained as to other al flltho McKcnnnRyan case was continu ed to the next term At the next tern the jurors were fairly divided between the two parties and the defendants were tried by a jury composed of Republicans and Democrats about equally divided The defendants were COIIt fitted but the makeup of the was so balanced and nonpartisan Int selection that no question was even raised that political sentiment confl trolled or affected its verdict The case went to tIle Circuit Court of Appeals and was reversed on the ground that the indictment was defective and ho case was afterward dismissed Judge Cochran was a Republican and a just man He saw at once hut it was not likely that the defen dants who were Democrats could got fair trial with a solid Republican jury What a contrast between the conduct of the Democratic Judges who have sat in the trial of Caleb Powers and tho Republican Judge ono tried McKenna and Ryan I am in formed that Judge Gresham of Indiana who at one time was called upon to try some Democrats for ballot box frauds took the same course as that pursued by Judge Cochran and dlrid d the trial jury Whenever an offense grows out of a political struggle fair trial is absolutely impossible except by a divided jury and every do just man knows this to be true Re cently Governor Taylor asked that he authorities agree that a Jury com posed of six Republicans and six Democrats be allowed to try him His request was promptly rejected Let stallJUSTICE do Louisville Ky outUYTired mothers the pea v ish cross baby have found Cascasweet Is boone und a blessing Cascasweet for babies and children and Is es peclally good forthe ills so common n hot weather Look for the ingre ients printed on the bottle Contains no harmful drugs Sold by all drug Ists in I UNITED STATES LED IN TOBAGRO EXPORTS Sent Out Three Times as Much a Any Other Nation Also a i Large Quantity homemadetistlcitistics Department of Agriculture show that the United States exported last year nearly three times us much tobacco as the next ranking countl the figures being 312227202 pound- The Dutch East Indies wero next 1080S1973 pounds Brazil follow- with 44953473 pounds Turkey an Cuba exported respectively 36257984 and 33488489 pounds British India was sixth with 26289276 Philippine Islands seventh with 19889632 pounds Austria Hungary exported 18637791 pounds and Russia 15889632 pounds Little Greece exported 12765053 poundsGermany has for some years been he largest importer of tobaccohead ing the list with 17893610 pounds The next largest importer is toUnited Kingdom with 79919143 j France AustriaHungary Spain the Netherlands and Italy were largo importers of tobacco ranking in the order named The United States Imported 67355477 pounds of tobacco an increase in five years of 7606000 pounds The highest export ycrr for the United States was 1904 when the figures were 334302691 pounds 22 000000 pounds more than the Hex yearOnly four countries imported us well as exported tobacco They war AustriaHungary British India the sntcsjAustrlalhmgalY times ns much as it exported British India four times as much Th Netherlands two and a half times nsI 11ninoant exported no tobacco were ranking a named Germany the United King dom France Spain Italy Belgium 1lnlandAI1gentlna Norway i Deafness Cannot be CuredIlocal applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the eHlI There is only way to cure deafness that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed co dition of the mucous lining of the Eus tach Ian Tube When this tube is In j amed you have a rumbling soundI or imperfect hearing and when 11 is entirely closed Deafness is the result I and unless the inflammation can bItaken out and this tube restored o its normal condition hearing will b destroyed forever nine cases out are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of i mucous surface We will give One Hundred Dollars r any cse of Deafness caused by Catarrh that cannot be cured by clrcuIlursF J CHENEY CO Toledo O I Sold by druggists 75c Take Hulls Family Pills for constl potion j The Summer NoseIIThe woman with a summer time is hard to fled Hot weather acts badly on all the features i but It is particularly destroying to i the nose It The summer nose Is burned red upon the tip it is flushed it Is afi1 fllcted by the roughness of the feintth- and weather being the most prom nent feature it stets as a buffer fa the face and it is apt with all u these afflictions to be oily in textI ure An oily noses a nose thaI t shines and there are few noses that not shine in summer time The French woman has a eonstltul tional abomination for n shiny IIO OII and many are the wnys in which r prevents it In the wrist bng of ov cry French woman thero is a littl hand 11udieswith it If the nose is shiny the French wonian opens her wrist bug and takes iI from it an inner little satin bag which lined with down and filled with powder This she rubs upon her bf fending features until its color is restored 4 She puts on the powder Tiber ally and draws a light veil over her face to keep the powder front shw ing and from blowing off Wind is the worst foe to a pretty 1 toooooo oo ooooooooi C Scoffs Emulsionstrengthens enfeebled I I nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and 6 nerve forceI It provides baby with the necessary fat and mineral food for healthy growth DRUGGISTS BOo AND SlTOO OOO O oootI I nosy It reddens and roughens the cutxl grid it also burns it A case of vidburn is worse for u nose than u c isfl of sunburn says the New York Sun The eunburn tail be treated coldSbeing deeper and more searching re quires a more coinprohensiyu treat nibnt Tic society of beauty has upon her table a little jar that is filled with a Iptlon consisting of almond pure mutton tallow and pure whit ThudIIIIr it is quite spreadstakesta ineoverdnose painting it us delicately as through she were doing a can tS How to Remain Young strengthiGa did She says Three 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 us flannel I am now practically 20 years younger than before I took Electric workItvftitstore Guaranteed at all druggists Price jOe jn PRINCE WILLIAM NANDtiA Royal Visitor Who Revives Irr1emorics of Early Swedes Americac ITam1 kfifodoscopic changes lire Il 1111IsalsasCl t1 history of lice Uniu d States by driving the Swedish colon middle10fi The uinig gentleman who will b- eenlercd by the clay of Boston is1 not of curse a lineal descomkut of ocihe must be familiar with till history beennof the iiouses of StuyvesantBeckmun Fish cud Livingston who were of the l family of Peter Stuyvesant the testy but t jgorous Dutch Governor of New Amsterdam 250 years ago SwedesI JustfI Company sent out u colony of Swedes Mid Fuus who arrived early the next landsITr aloe erected a fort at the mouth Iof Cartstitsa Creek XeIa gt they settled ofjcountry by right of discovery and set exIllIIhlo11Tio struggle did not last lung the Swedish forty wee reduccduud all tin colonists who refused allegiance to Holland wore acne to Europe Sweden tot tru period ws our of greittfet nations of Europe Her Ivful monarch Gustavus Adolphus daughtery ina who succeeded him had toFs the time and when sue uh diced it was in favor of her eousn Clu les X who inude Europe ring wii his military exploits C arles XI who came titter him xli himself un admlnlsMVive gon and he was succeeded by the most jbMKant though no tile gla est fg llettnebeenofor muny years by fur the mlgutesl pudate in Northern Europe I wus during tiiis period also that I ia emerged rs t unit and growing State and tmt Prussia began to daisay some of those qualities which ultimafely made her supreme in Germany while the house of Brunswick occupied the throne of Great Britain Swedens glory declined coincldently with the ncrl1tjol1 of these Powers It is interesting to note that the ac quisition of Norway which was one of tne dreams of Chutes XII was realized by the ancestors of our royal vls io Prince William the French Mar Bril Bermidolto who was invested wia the crown of Sweden Boston Glob un CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the 71Signature of I i AVfegetablePrepatationlbrAs theFoodandBegiila i Ung the sf l Ii1 INF VMSC HlLDKhN I Promotes DigeationJCheerfur I ness and neither I MineralNorNARCOTIC j Jt + rafalaS1KtalQt Srl WII sIt j i Aperfect StotltachDiarritocaWorms ness and Lo ss oF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of MtM NEW YORK 3 Posts jj IN 1 fJ EXACT CQAYOF WRAPPERI 1 CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have AlwaY ght Bears t I Si gnatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA THE CENTAUR OMMNY NEW YCIIK CRY v OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald185TH- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Courier ourl1al 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek wensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 Magazine515OIAddress all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits 12 500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Bank Come in DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alvin RoweBurch Felix Jim Polk Stevens Z Wayne Grit fin wwwawaa wwa A reawwwra 4 v i0000000000JJ wo oc 3 0oow ITILLERS OF THE SOILiC no by Visiting the Reliable ji and Well Known Firm of bit 8itZ For anything they need on the farm They bit = handle Plows of all kinds and makes Disc J = Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows riding and bpi 43 walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes and bt 1 buggies for young folks and old folks i pf fi 41 In Addtb= We have the best equipped shop in Ohio county fi fitted with the latest improved machinery and ap bit 49 plianoes and besides all kinds of general Blacksmith = ing can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other i Ci shops cannot do at all Everything at very moder j J ate prices = C bt wIIIi is MIL LER bit l b 41 BEAVER DRAM KENTUCKY bt i I 1 I 4t TL4-pI I J1 t r u t n t is r I = 16 Hartford Republican Limed by the Hartford Iubllihlng Company INCOBPORAVBD vex BINRTI l galtore C E B1IT1I rH tztsJa01 ES o bzlnH3atourh SMtr r Ja FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 13 Examine the label on your paper IfI Itls not correot notify us- ANOUNCEMENT area WILLiAMWe horlzttl to nnnoqnce FLENEU of Faet Denver Ham precinct ae a candidate for Jaller of Ohio county subject to the action olthe Kepnhllran party REPUBLICAN TICKET For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor W H COX Of Mason County For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT- Of Christian County For AuditorIFRANK P JAMES I Of Mercer County I For State Treasurer CAPT ED FARLEY j Of McCracken County For Secretary of State DR BEN L BRUNER- Of I Hart CountyIFor Supt of Public i J G Of CRABDEI Commissioner of Agriculture- M J RA Of Henry KINIFor Clerk Court NAPIER ADAMS Of Pulaski county For State Senator J W WRlGHIOf i For RepresentatlvcIDR Sulphur Springs Precinct Rev Hunt would do Hell to hunt for the truth before he opens hiss mouth Why I have not started to tile offaSenator McCreary has announced his intention to lick the hand that smote him by making speeches for Beckham The Mayor of Millwiukee has been offered 1500 per week to go on the stage This should be some comfort to Mayor Bingham It is certainly a case of mixed pick les for a man to expound the doctrine of temperence when his hide is at the time chock full of red liquor Will Candidate Hager in his next address kindly state why Judges and juries have been specially selected to i clear Jim Hargis and convict Caleb Powers It is reported that a Nebraska man and woman have been married to each other four times This knocks out that old story about the burnt child dreads the fire Mr Hager who thinks he is run ning for Governor in a recent speech referred to a mans political belief as political affliction That is probably what he is suffering from Let Ohio county Republicans watch and see If the Hartford Herald will do the fair thing next week by reproducing the retraction made by Rev Huntof the groundless charges against Mr Willson It is a noticeable fact that Govern or Beckham In his speech at Columbia Monday invariably referred to his jmr tys position on the liquor question never once mentioning his own position The Long Run Baptist Association at Its recent meeting passed a resolution calling for an unlimited coun ty unit liquor law Do you know that such a law was proposed at the last Legislature but the Democrats who were in control defeated it Some of the FreeTrade grumblers who are up to their necks in prosper ity and uttering occasional snorts against the Tariff remind us of an overfed hog that grunts its protests over the discomforts occasioned by its own excessive fatnessScranton Truth The Hartford Herald repeats the false and slanderous charges made by Rev Hunt at the Long Run Baptist Association against Mr Wllteon tut does not print the retraction made by Mr Hunt published the very next day and which will be found in this pa II = =I L 4 ilJ per Now we call on the Herald to print this statement also In fairness and Justice If it refuses to do BC it will write Itself down as a narrow partisan newspaper incapable of do lug an honorable act by a political opponent and therefore not worthy o f respect Most every informed man regardless of politics know that Bob Frank tin and Cripps Beckhiams alleged 1m munlty offer to exGovernpr Taylor was only made for campaign purposes and was without any legal author ity Judge Robert L Stout a lead Ing Democrats and once apopinted In the circuit judgeship by Beckham does I not mince words in expressing his opinion in the case He says Beckhar and Franklin have no authority ej press or implied to grant immunity to Taylor or anyone accused of crime and If he should come to Kentucky under such an offer anyone could ar rest him and force him to submit to trial Now will these gentlemen please subside The Democratic machine Is evidently desperate Every week the Goebel murder is given some new twist for political service The immunlt scheme which has Just been thought out after seven years is worked over every week At first Bob Franklin displayed the matter In the press and then Gov Beckham came along with his little contribution which afI tcr the usual lapse of time is follow ed by one from ClrCtrit Judge Stout In order to keep this newly discover ed campaign trick prominently before i clectlollltheCounty Judge of Franklin also offer Immunity to be followed by the Sher iff and possibly nolice judge and constable In the meantime no body Is being fooled by these desperate ef forts to keep alive the bitterness of that tragedy in order Jo heel the wavering lines of Democracy in line for a thoroughly discredited State tickI et I MondayMrsaid Republican leaders now try tc reflect upon the Democratic adminis tration by referring to the Broathitt i county troubles it certainly is not fair to hold a Democratic Gover nor responsible for the Brcathltt coun I eIertiny wise responsible for the Breath lit county troubles which culminated i In the association of Cox Cockrell and Mnrcum But every Republican whop Is informed and every fair minded Democrat who understauds the situa lion knows that he Beckham is re i holnglllUnlshed aSkIAuditor Hager in his speeches Ing to be elected Governor is prating I very much about the Democratic ad ministration paying the State out of debt which he alleges was+ under Governor Bradleys lncurredI ice No more inlquttlous than the statement that Bradleys administration ran the State in debt was ever uttered It Is wihtin the knowledge even the schoolo booys that Ken tucky was bordering on bankruptcy when Bradley was elected Citizens throughout the State who did jury i to walt from two to six months or pay heavy discounts to jet their pay Witnesses for the State In commonwealth cases were compels ed to do the same Claims of alII kinds against the State were being discounted from 25 to CO per cent In fact the States credit was worse than could be pictured Its securities were floating around las practically worthless It was Impossible to anything like correctly estimate the indebtedness but It was several mil lions This was all paidthe States credit restored claims for jury service and witness fees and all other purposes were paid pormptly as soon- as due and over a million dollars left In the treasury when Beckham Ha ger and others by the famous office theft took charge of the State government POST WSSPONGE The Louisville Evening Post whichI has been supporting BIngham Beck ham and Hagerhas become very much disgusted with the turn of affairs In its party at Louisville and has deserted Its new found love It is I floundering around in the mire without any rudder or headlight Last j Monday It threw up the sponge and deserted Hager In the following words In an editorial headed Fallen Democ racyThe State will be made to under stand Mr Hagers responsibility for the Louisville Machine His success LouisvilleiKentucky will no longer tolerate- It I Is too late now for any effective action to save the Democratic ticket In Louisville The wreckers of the party have had their way too long Thoy have sinned away the day of grace and must now face the day of judgment when they will bo arraigned by an outraged people A Machine repudiated here at home nus not be established in power at Frankfort i 1 Ia J GREAT FAIR IN FULL BLAST Fine Weather Smiles on Efforts of Company t Ring Exhibits up to Usual Standard Racing Better Thaa Ever IIThe Ohio County Fair opened Wednesday morning with the weather clear and cool An Ideal day brought out one of the best first day crowds in the history of the Association The crack 3rd Regiment Band from Ow ensboro is making the welkin ring with choice music Those woo have heard this band know it Is worth going miles to hear The usual amount of stock for the varlousring is tin hand and some good racers are competing for the running purses rh- Floral Hall presents a beautiful and attractive appearance and contains more exhibits than usual All the attendant attractions are on hand including the merry goround and balloon man to please the chil taIvorable 11111toWEDNESDAY 92Mules 3 years or over 1st W U Campbell ind Leslie Combs 93Hest Jack any age 1st Black l Blrkhead v 94Saddle Horses 1st C 31 Smith 2nd J L Cooper 95Mare any age 1st J L Coop LT 2nd C M Smith 90 GelUing any age 1st Frank H Taylor 2nd C M 9Best Colt under SmithIF Shrader 2nd S A 9SHmt Mule Colt under Cal 1st Luther Elliott 2nd J D falorI SPEED RING Onehalf mile dash running 1st Sigma Pierson owned by C Stllwell 2nd Crellta owned by Henry Belew Jrd Dora Berry owned by Henry Pirtle Time i 4 seconds OHIO CO PLOW RACE Onehalf tulle dash 1st MaJ War mack owned by Stevens Co 2nd Tom Boy owned by Jake Sheppard 3rd Bessie Bruce owned by D Ashly Time 58 seconds THURSDAY RING AWARDS 99Harness Horses Stallion with 3 or more of his colts 1st J F Shra v der 2nd J F Ralph 100 Stallion atyage 1st C M Smith 2nd S A Davenport 101Mare any age 1st James F Ralph 2nd S F Whitley 102 Gelding any age 1st C M Smith 2nd John P Taylor SPEED RING Running race Threefourths mile lash Calltla first Tom second- G English third Time 120 COMBINED STALLION MARE OR GELDING 103let J L Cooper 2nd J L hooper InterestIInterest that is being taken in Augustus Willsons campaign for honest government in Kentucky is had than the huge crouds that have thus far attended the hearttoheart talks which ho has made since the opeln ot the campaign and the general char utter of the gatherings beenMperil of their State in the hands ot the political ring at Frankfort which controls absolutely the present administration They usually brought theIr wives and families sometimes journeying many weary miles over mountain roads to listen to the story of good government and the promise ot better times and better things for i time people of Kentucky as told by Mr Alllson IA man mustha low opinion jf the intelligence of Kentucky voters when he tries to make votes by pledging himself to pardon or not pardon a man charged with crime before the facts have been submitted to him A judge anticipating what causes will come before him If elected had as well pledge himself to decide the case In this mans favor or against that man The laws of Kentucky have too long been disgraced by the administrationI t jf law according to party advan i tapes and political accident and the time has come when we should elect men to office who will decide all i cases coming before them according to the merits of the case and not acr cording to preelection pledgesEx BEAVER DAM Sqpt nRev W B Wright filled sundarmornI Nellie G Austin of Louis 1Missspept Saturday and Sunday with Mrs F 0 Austin Rev W A Grant of Cent rtown- I was in towu The Beaver Dam lII1l1ngCO9tth s r t tltJii rs place are replacing their old engine I bya new modern 4 valve engine and heater They will dose dawn for a few days to make the necessary change t Miss Marie Austin who hits been confined to her room for time last week on account of sickness Is able to be at her work again Miss Myrtle Hines and Mr Charlie Laytori war In town Monday Miss Dora Wallace has returned from her home after a few days visitIShe will assist Miss Mary King P Barnes Bros the commlng season Miss Sallle Lawrence of New Or leans Is visiting her sister Mrs C D Bean for a few days Dr S D Taylor and John H Darnel went to Owensboro on business returning j Tuesday Miss Opel Barnes left Monday to visit her brother Dr J H Barnes in Chicago She will be none about three weeks Horses For Sale On Monday September 23E 1907 at Court House in Hartford Kentucky at 1 p m I will sell 12 head of horses and niulefl all in good condition For further particulars apply to J C Wa DLOD6E8lI f Complete Program Arranged for the Various Ses sions nlgbllof1 2 3 and 4 Following is the pro gramme First Day Tuesday Oct ICall to Order 9 a m by R L Palmer el- lImocatlonThev Rey J R Henry city Music Orchestra Welcome Address Mayor D A Yels er city IRcslonseJohn J Howe Carroll ton Ky MusIcOrchestra MIMcLeanof AFTERNOON Grand LodgeContinued meeting Adjournment at 4 p m Banquet at Wallace Park at 530 I mWednesday Thursday and Friday continued private business session Republican Speaking Dates AUGUSTUS E WILLSON j The Republican nominee for Gover timestwhen otherwise noted Owingsville September 13tMt Sterling September 14 Flemlngsburg September 16 Paris September 17 Georgetown September 18 Owenton September 19 Lexington September 20 Danville September 21 Winchester September 2JISomerset September 24 Richmond September 25 McKee September 26tBooneville September 27 Campton September 28 Hickman September 30 Bard ell October 1 Mayfield October 2IPaducah October 3 Murry October 4tBenton October 5 Harrodsburg October 7fOwensboro October 8ICalhoun October 9IMadisonvllle October 11 Hopkinsville October 12tDR BENJAMIN L llHUNERtThe Republican for tary of State will speak at the fol lowing times and places at 1 oclock p m except when otherwise notedtFriday Sept 13 Stanton Saturday Sept 14 Mt Sterling IITuesc1aWednesday Sept 18 Palntsvllle Thursday Sept 19 Prestonsburgi Friday Sept 20 SalversvllletSaturday Sept 21 JAMES BREATHITT The Republican nominee for Attor ney General will speak at the follow tug times and places at 1 oclock n m except when otherwise noted Monday Sept 16 Marlon Tuesday Sept 17 Princeton Wednesday Sept 18 Eddyville Thursday Sept 19 Benton Friday Sept 20 Murray Saturday Sept 21 Mayfield Returns thanks Editors Republican To the subscribers of the Hartford Republican 1 desire to return my sincere thanks to those who aided me with Totes for the free trip to Jamestown Exposition rhough I was defeatedIf shall not forget your kind assistance I will accept from the kind editors a free trip to Jamestown Exposition which Is highly appreciated I certainly congratulate my opponent and If nothing prevents will go J with you Mias E your trip- ReapectfuliyI BERTHA PIRTLEII Hartford JKy Sept 10 1907 I I I t EE BARNES H yScff BROS c IFk Wheat and Fertilizer 1k Dont You know that there more is money to be made with less labor in the proper combination of these two elements in properly prepared soil than most any other two known to progressive farthing jDont you know that the growing of win at is abf1 solutelynecessary to the proper rotation of crops for 1 the improvement of your soil Dont you know that by the liberal useof HORSE SHOE BRAND of Fertilizers you can I make your farm a little better every year Ard 1you will not only make your form Netter but have And think how much I 1aupon tons of the r I f- Horse Shoe 1- i Brand of Fertilizer II i e for Wheat r1 The success ol a wheat crop depends entirely up o on the liberal use of the right kind of commercial fertilizer You know the Hprsq Shoe Brand is right because it has been used by the best farmers Iin this country for over twentytwo years I 1youl Beaver Dan Ky 1 NARROWS Sept nMr Bryan Croppers and daughters Misses Edith and Hallle who have been visiting relatives here returned to their home at Covingtoi TuesdayMessrs Byron Wedding and J WIll Thomas of Dundee went to Louisville Tuesday Dr A B Riley was in Owensboro Wednesday t Mrs DL Johnson of Livermore visiting her daughter Mrs A B Riley MUises Lula Loyal and Tina Powers attended the show at Fordsvllle Thursday x Mr Trip White of Louisiana Is visiting relatives here Mrs Joseph Hale and children Vill leave Tuesday for Penrose Ark to husband and father who is with Penrose Lumber Co there Mr J Hr WhltUnghill who has beet suffering from a fall from his barn n which he was seriously injurled slowly improving- Mr Clarence Bennett has returnedr Lexington where he Is attending State College after a visit with relatives here Miss Annie Dunn who has been vis iting relatives in Grayson county for past month returned home Monday Mr Oscar Shultz after a visit with v parents here has returned to school at Lexington Mr Sanford Sandusky who has been n Kansas for several months re turned home Tuesday Land for Sale Fiftyfour acres good farming land for sala one mile from Hartford on pike Will go at a bargain I F M WBSTERPIBLD PALO September 11Mr E E Durbin and J T Bunger went to Evansville Friday and purchased a new saw mill Mr and Mrs Estell Maden Mrs Annie Maden and child Tommie Mrs Charley Wimsatt and children Chester and Douglas were the guests of Mrs DP Feemster and daughter Mrs Richard Dooley Sunday Mr and Mrs P A Wimsatt Mr am Mrs W N Coy and child Hobartjurs Emma Funk and Mr Jim Hanley Mrs Charley Wimsatt and children attended time ice cream supper at the residence of Mr Willie Wimsatt Saturday nlghtAll had a good time Mrs Nannie Feemstr who has been ill for the past week is improving fllr Reel Norris made a flying trip to Taffy Sunday afternoon Mr JIm Smith tailed to fill his I 1 J M regular appointment Sunday evening I Mrs Kate Dooley went to Sunny dale last week on business Mr W R Maden of Sulphur Spring was the guest of his mother Saturday night also Mr and Mrs Estill Maden Mr J T Hines Is very busy hauls Ing logs this week Mrs Arvell Coy and Miss Noun t Tweddell visited Mrs PhJm Powers Sunnydale Monday Mr and Mrs James Annis and chil- I dren vlsitd Mr and Mrs J D Berry last week Mrs Jessie Maden was the guest of her sister Mrs Nannie Hines Mon dayMrs J L LeGrand Mrs Jess King and Miss Gertrude King were the guests of Mrs Will Lacefleld Sun I dayMr T D Duke visited Mr E E Durbin where he was sawing logs Mon dayAt the present time we are having a right smart of rain in this part of the countyMisses Bessie Dessle and Lessle Greer near this place visited Mr Hen ry Greer and family at Magan Satur day night Found by G W Russel near this place a small testament which was presented to Sherman Park by Nan He Is waiting for the owner to call 7- I for It IIII Arvell Coy has established a firstclass livery stable also a first class barber shop I ForCoughs and Colds There is avremedy oversixty years oldAyers Cherry Pectoral Of course you have heard of it probably have used it Once in the family it stays Jy ji the one household remedy 101icoughs and hard colds on the chest Ask your doctorabout It The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years by J OIo78r Co towell Mail Atio nunuCMturtri of AMa48 SARSAPARILLAS rs VIGOR S n het rc Stet 01 puiihIt ni C ur dW1 iI tr a a t K ar1t9 cttc1 4 r t 1 J r 1 A IJi tt UU Uttftt t r IoI td4t 4 II I V b fir 1 f HIS label la to every Burrojap KorrecV W Shape Shoe and as a guaran I notbcIn the event of a Burrojap Shoe wear retailerfrom I j aitbortaedjto replace them with a new pair v PACKARD FIELDDIochton L t 1Weare indeed pleased to say to I I our patrons that we are sole agents for the above hoes None so good None so cheap Every pair absolutely j I guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or a new pair given in= I I p stead Dont buy unsatisfactory i shoes but come direct to us for your fall footwear and be on the safe side 4 tIIIIEADQUARTERSII I Hartford Republican 1 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 13 RallroadTlmeI illinois Central Table berth AoiiMrt Monlli Boned No 182 due 407 nm No 121 duellist H m No lidue1280 p m No ice cine 248 p m Nol02dn 48 p m No 131 dnrU40p in For Furniture see Carson Co See our new Shoes for men and for ladles CARSON CO Make Fairs headquarters this w ekI Special prices See Fairs new Dress Goods any Silks this week I d Buy your new Suits at Fairs This means the latest I BasementII25cI Mr Richard Taylor Beaver Dam call edtp see us Monday Mr L E CharleTj Heflln called to see us while here Thursday j Mrs Clarence Keown Earlington1 r it is the guest of relatives here We pay 15c for Eggs and 12 12c for frying Chickens CARSON CO everythingtin Our house is brim full of now Goods of all kinds CARSON COf A big lot of new Clothing Just ar rived at Carson Cos Receiving some of the newst style Hats Swan Brand the best- BARNARD j CO I New ChlnawareGlaBsware and Gran fclteware In Fairs 5c and lOc Base mbnt 1M R T Collins Louisville Is tho guest of relatives here and attending the Fair I Call on Barnard Co for that neww Vfajl Suit UptoTth 5mlnute in style Perfect fitting I v Mr John W Curtis and family Evl y 1ansville Jnd are the guests of MrG E Curtis andfnmllyJ t I Hiss Amanda flat Barretts ferry MessrsIMalcom Mr James H Whittinghill who fell from a barn at his homo near Fordsville several days ago and sus A tamed painful Injuries is slowly re V L J 4Jverl g r 9 4 j d Po I Carsont t For a Raincoat or Umbrella call at Fairs Mrs Lon Barnard Ceralvo was a pleasant caller Wednesday Messrs Watt Taylor and Fritz Jen ny Matanzas called to see us Tues day Mr E Ex Durbinof the Jingo neigh borhood called to see us last Satur day Mrs U S Carson and infant son are the guests of Mrs Carsons par ents Mr and Mrs William Duke at Dundee IMisses Nancy and Myme are the guests of relatives- In Hartford Miss Bertha Pirtle of the West Hartford neighborhood was a pleasant caller Wednesday IMr Anios Carson of Louisville is relatives in Hartford and attending the fair this week IThe word Patrician means a rell able stylish Shoe for ladles Fairs are sole agents Call and see them W L Douglas Shoes the best Shqe made for men at 300 and 350 will bg found at Carson Cos watthe guest of his mother Mrs E J Hudson city the first of the week IMiss Mallssa May Owensboro is the guest of her sister Mrs A M neighborhoodIMrs M T Likens has gone t Frankfort to join her husband who wile recently appointed as guard at the Frankfort penitentiary Is a- Miss May Rogers has accepted a position as Stenographer for Hon A RepubllI can isville The attendance of all the Sunday schools of Hartford September 8th as 222 And collection of 763 let us hope for better after the Fair Say 300 o z September 15 A great big lot of Pound Prints in rays Blues and Reds Dont wait choice is gone but come quick and secure some of these bargains be CARSON 1 CO Masters Larkin Stlnson and Pearl Young are tho guests of Mr and Mrs TC Park of the Clear Run neighborhood Mr Park alid the young gentlemen called to sec us last Saturday er 7 I I I I I J Dont fail to see Ten nients in a Bar Room tonight lrS M Dexter Centertown call ed to see us yesterday I Mr and Mrs Paul Fuqua arc the guests of relatives In Hartford Mr J A Anderson Owensboro Is the guest of relatives in Hartford Misses Opal and Mabel HunleyUeav v er Dam are the guests of friends in HartfordBOARDERS TEDFor hoard ilng during the Fair apply to Mrs Jno B FesterI t Mrs T D Renfrew returned Tues relajFOR SALE CHEAPOne new Stude baker Wagon Apply at once to the Hartford Ice Co Kf The great temperance play Ten Nights in a Bar Room at Beans Opera House tonight x Hon H A BIrkhead wife and Miss Emma Birk Owensboro are guests of Mr Ernest Blrkhcad Master Roger Vvilllams of Bowling Green is visiting the family of his uncle Mr Hooker Williams Mr Charles Wedding ia prominent attorney of Evansvllle Ind is the guest of relatives in Hartford County Attorney Ernest Woodward InIrHave you seen that new lot of iic- I Ribbons at Barnard Cos Vulue worth 5c to 15c for 5c the rdIMessrs Roscoe Render s Bennett returned Tuesday from a few days visit to relatives at Matanzas IMr R L OHryan has sold his pool room fixtures to Dr L H Bean who has opened up a poolroom in his new building We are just in receipt of new Ginghams new Woolens and anything you mlnght want for new Dresses CARSON CO LeaVe your laundry at Cleve Hers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 4Gtf Mr Buell Newcom ot Logansport relativesIWANTED AT ONCE 100 teaufs 325 per day Walton Wilson Rodes Co- Hartford Ky Mr and Mrs J F Vickers return ed the first of the week from a visit to the Jamestown Exposition and oth er points ea- strMrs D H Barnes and two sons city and Miss Opal Barnes Beaver Dam are the guests of Dr J H Barnes at Chicago Ill Schroeters Floating Studio reach ed Hartford Tuesday morning They are ready for business Get your photographs taken now Mr Mac Fogle and Miss Winona Stevens left Monday morning to en ter Georgetown College after spend ing the Vacation at home Judge J P Miller and daughters Misses Norma and Lillie Cromwell were the guests of Mr and Mrs C E Morrison city last Sundays Mr S J Hawkins has rented the Alex Barnett residence on Fredric- street and will move to same soon Mr T F Simmons who has been oc cupylng will move with his family to Fordsvllle LostLast Saturday between Hart ford and Alexander school house a coat made of blue flannel and square cut Any information as to its whereabouts left at this office will be thankfully received Miss Susie Wright daughter of Rev W B Wright of Central City who was one of the leading contestants in the Louisville Heralds big popularity- s contest which closed a few days ago won quite a handsome prize an unlimited scholarship in the Bryant and Stratton Business at Louisville Mr W A Rone has sold his stock in the Peoples Bank at Benvcr Dam to Air M D Maddox Mr Rone has cashieroof the bank and Mr Maddox has been elected to the position Mr Maddox an estimable young business man will serve the patrons and owners of the hank efficiently I Hon A B Tichenor and wife entertained at dinner at their home lies Matanzas last Sunday in honor of their mother Mrs Charlotte J Tiche nors sixtyninth birthday Those resent were Hon A B Tichenor and family M W Bell and family Iris Render wife and son Evan S A j Bratcher wife and daughter Miss Lillie oZ Hartford W A Brown and i family and Bernie Tichenor It was quite an enjoyable affair and will long remembered by tnoso present on this occasion j i Lost I Near tho Fair grounds a small ladies purso containing childs print taco cap and soma other articles Flail will please return to Mrs 0 M Shultz and be rewarded l 1 f 1 t AWAY WITH THE POT HUNTER s I PotIinated Who Does The following letter was received a few days ago by one of the editors as a private goodnatured prod but it Isn weIIt is a fact worthy of notice that ofImy dreams I imagine myself with you in the midst of some brush or slush ejecting empty red muzzled shells cussing and thrashing hard heeded dogs and enjoying the fall sport that God intended the sound in mind and the pure in heart should en joy When I arise of mornings and repair to my woodpile to replenish my stovewoodI1I13car across the heather which is Pother j and mother Bobwhite training their probablet theseIIUlrent underIt nuttersH with one straight gut acompanled by an unusual amount of wlthIinlittle with pen and purge we will makeI it infernally uncomfortable for tie marfly mercenry purposes A true sportsman WATT TAYLOR Matanzas Ky Sept 7 1U07 A Cirri of Thanks To my many friends who voted for me In the Jemestowu Exposition contest I wish to express my thanks and especially to those who subsch and especially to those who subscrib ed for the Republican just to aid me awl although 1 was defeated that does not lessen my appreciation of their efforts to assist me In trying to gain the trip IYIITLB WILLIFORD No Creek Sept 9 1S107 Miss Keown Entertains Tho Arrah Wanna club was delight fully entertained at the homo of Miss Mary Keown Tuesday evening After the games were finished Miss Keown winning highest honors light refresh ments were served The invited guests were Misses Anellza and Alice Keown Mrsi David Miller Owensboro Mrs Wayne Render Norman Okla Mrs Clarence Keown Earlington Misses Debby Taylor Annie Moreland No rene Bennett Annie Patton Cass Riley Llllie Burton Elizabeth Miller Katie Thomas Leona Maddox Mary KeoWn Hettie Riley Erne Rende- and Elba Bean Marriage License The following marriage license have been issued since our last report A J Smith Smallhous age 21 to Thornaas GravesLogansport age 21 to Lefa McDanlel Beaver Dam ago 17 Les lie K Rowe Centcrtown age 19 to Georgia Snell Centprtown age 19 Bethel Duke Hartford age 22 t Melvin Barrqtt Matanzns age 20 R C Bennett Livermore ago 27 to Nina 1hu r Ceralvo age 22 Rowan Tucker Maxwell age 22 to Hallle Dawson Buford age 15 Jamos Daniel Hart ford age 26 to Llllie MUburn hurt ford age 17 R L Cox Point Pleas ant age 25 to Niche Ann Daugherty Point Pleasant age 1- 5Something r MIi Muttons made while you wait Cloth to match your goods Any blzeIBARNARD Among The Lodges Hartford Lodge =0675 F A M held a call session last Monday I night at which the first degree lecture was given in a splendid manner by Senior Deacon G B Likens There will be work in the second and third next first Monday night Rough River No 110 K of P had a fine session last Tuesday night The third rank was conferred on two Esl qulroH The work surpassed any yet given In the history of this lodgeand we doubt If It can be excelled by any K P lodge In the State Brother Clarence Fields was a welcome visitor and assisted materially in the rahk amongtand the boys were all proud to have j him with them again This lodge Is I now up with its work for the first time in many months Howoversome new material should be furnished son Ohio Tribe 188 I O R M met in their wigwam Wednesrday sleep There were no degrees conferred as some of j the degree teain was absent The Red j men are always busy tho for Miuiser tribe 144 of Muncie Ind wml I 1 1 1 I CLOTHING i ANNOUNCEMENT We are pleased to inform our trade that we are now receiving and have on display a part of our I Fall shipment of Clothing Ve have secured the if manyOurcloth and finish On account of this stock bemr i absolutely new you take no risk of getting a tern or style out of date patI juIt is on the Sleeve t Iletlyof St Louis is the line we juv handling fitting and holding their shape and quality cloth are their strong points Xo better PerfectI made anywhere no greater values ever Prices 10 M 1250 81fi and 20 For Fall Suit call on us We are sure to please t in pointsBARNARD newI e CO I Hartford Kentucky I iJ1JJ Hnru uiJIIILWllrtNJU iII1I II I confer on President Roosevelt the whetIn number of other distinguished persons will receive various degrees at the whenIflan September Sand will be gone- e ten days j SUNNYDALEI j andrdaughter Miss Florence and Miss I retIi at Dayld sons near Barretts Ferry Sunda Master Gordon Crume of Foy Ky visited his uncle Mr Alva Crume of this place Saturday night IelIlist Several from here expect to attend the fair at Hartford Friday and Sat- o urdny Miss Viola Hines near here visited her sister Mrs H E Rcnlow Satur day night Mr Alva Crume visited his brother Mr Wayne Crume of Foy Ky Sun day night Mr and Mrs H K Renfrew visited his parents Mr and Mrs A 13 Renfrew Sunday Mrs Arvell Coy of Palo visited her mother Mrs Columbus Powers near here TuesdaI vinceIStphensburg for the past few days returned home Sunday Mr and Mrs A M Weatherford of this are In Louisville this week Ibulng their fall stock of goods Rev Browns Sermon and Lectures Rev John T Brown who has been conducting a series of meetings at the court house for the past several subjectjday night He will speak upon Glory Mil the Cross In the morning and upon State of the Righteous Dealli at night He will also Lecture Mon day night on Oriental Glimpses for the benefit of the church Rev Brown has traveled over and personally viewed the Orient and his lecture which abounds in a vast store of information will be spiced with personal experiences I SMALLHOUS Sept 12Mrs J C Drake and sister Miss Ethel Hunter and little Miss Alberta Drake were the guests of their sister Mrs Jas S Trunnell at jUtlca from Thursday until Sunday Mltchel Ball and Miss Garrett 4 Finis Igleheart and Gertie Hall elopee to Tennessee last Wednesday amM were married returning Thursday 1t reception was given them at Mrs len ale Balls j Bernice Durham had the mlsfortumi of loosing the little finger of his left hand last Wednesday while ai work at Mr M F Herrells saw ntffl It was caught by the saw and cut oft close to his hand Several from here attended tILe ics cream supper at C R Morris Satur day night There will be a protracted meeting at Smallhous Baptist church iwgln nlng Monday night after the HrsUEun day In October Mrs G W Barnard who hnshcen quite sick is better at this time Mr and Mrs S T Hunter surnt last Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs Louis Geiger Mr and Mrs Charles Overton went to Centertown last Wednesday Mr Overton has been suffering grwitij this week with a sore throat lie sin some better Messrs I R Hunter and Jas tC Drake went to South Carrollton Sunday Mrs Matilda Matthews who hats bee quite sick is much better Mr Lewis Fulkerson inns gone tu tJte Mammoth Cave IIessrs 0 W Ovorhults and Join Fulkerson went to Rockport Sunday a mMrs Herman Barnard and IHtlei daughter Mary Walker of Louisville were guests of Mr and Mrs G AV Barnard recently Misses Nettle and Augusta Geiger were guests of their sister Mrs Chc ter Lindley of Matnnzas last week Mr and Mrs Louis Geiger have returned from a visit to their daughter Mrs Laz Atlicrton of flue Mr Jack Barnard went to Conter town last Wednesday Mr J S Trunnell Utica was tho guest of J R Hunter and family and J C Drake from Sunday until Tues dayMarvin Ball wife and Lula With row went to Rockport Tuesday LAST CALL For Tax in Ohio County The time Is getting near when under tho IflOG net of the Legislature I will be compelledto collect all taxes so if you havent a tax receipt when that time como you will have to par 18 per cent penalty and clerk cost 170 extra So dont fall to pay your tax at once and save this extra cost RB MARTIN S O a JI 1- A f 1 4 i 1 r rg mt yP6 n lYt a 1 t g I a sl SAILS THROUGH SKIES Knabenshue and His New Pas sengerCarrying Airship KENTUCKY STATE fAIR FLIGHTS Will Go Up Dally During Week of Sept 16A Description of the Aerial Wonder This In brief describes the passen ger carrying airship just Invented by Captain Roy Knabenshue of Toledo 0 the first American to master the problem of aerial navigation Captain Knabenshue will personally appear at the Kentucky State Fair to be held in Louisville under the auspices of the Stale Board of Agriculture during the week of Sept 16 and present to the public the first passenger carryfng air ship In the worlds history Many years have been devoted by Captain Kuabenshue toward the perfection of a craft that will sail the uncharted skies It was he who made the first flight in an airship In America This feat was accomplished in October 1904 at the St Louis Worlds Fair and attracted the attention of the civilized world Since then ho has worked assiduously to the end now at tained Midnight oil was burned all last winter in putting his ideas to gether and at last his efforts are crowned with success At a great expenditure his services and those of his passenger carrying airship have been secured for Kentucky State Fair His only appearance In Kentucky or Southern Indiana is to be made at the metropolis of the State during State Fair week Indeed ho is to make only live other appear ances during the year two of which will be In New York City sailing over Manhattan Island and at the James town Exposition sailing over Hamp ton Roads Easily the engagement of Captain Knabenshue and his passnn gercarrying airship are the biggest attractions secured by any State Fair in the country The secret of the Invention is being guarded closely by the Toledo man hut he has consented to give to the public a brief description The vessel as a whole has but a faint resem blance to the smaller crafts of tine rind which have heretofore been shown In this country There is used on elongated gas bag constructed of thousands of yards of imported silk of the finest texture which has a ca pacify of more than 20000 cubic feet of hydrogen gas giving to the craft a lifting power of 1800 pounds This envelope Is 120 feet in length and something like 35 feet in diameter Beneath the envelope Is the carrying car 90 feet In length and very closely resembling an ordinary streetcar On either side are two mammoth aero planes with which the wind is resist ed and the vessel propelled Tho secret of Captain Knaben shues success probably lies in the two delicately constructed engines of 20 horsepower each which furnish the driving power These enable the craft to sail through the air at a speed of about 60 miles an hour when all is calm This velocity is reduced to 40 miles an hour in a moderate wind However Captain Knabenshue is able to sail under practically al most any weather conditions He sits at the bow of the vessel guiding it in Its journey while cushion seats arc provided for the passengers Visitors to the Fair who desire to make trips with Captain Knabenshue will be accommodated as fast as pos sible Those who are timid and can only stand and view with amazement the marvelous product of mans skill and ingenuity will have an opportun ity of a close inspection of the air ship which is to occupy a large aero drome when not In operation KENTUCKY STATE FAIR NOTES Many handsome pieces of sterling silver plate are to be awarded at the Kentucky State Fair Among these are a hundreddollar cup offered by the American Saddle Horse Breeders Asks lotion two silver cups given by Col V J Hogan one each by Pow hattan stock farm Smyser Bros J M Sharp and W T Hayes The big amount of premiums offer ed by the Board of Agriculture at the Kentucky State Fair Is supplemented as follows By the Short Horn Breed ers Association f6i9 by the Here ford Association 300 by the Polled Durham Association 200 by the American Hampshire Sheep Associa tion 22 and by the Oxford Down Sheep Association 45 Commissioner of Agriculture Vree land has offered special premiums for the Kentucky State Fair aggregating 100 in time poultry department HO in the vegetablb and melon department 175 In the field seed and grain de partment 111 on alfalfa navy beans and corn 50 on tobacco and 50 in horticulture Tho railroads of Kentucky have granted a half rare rate on account of the Kentucky State Fair that is the round trip can bo purchased for one fare plus 25 cents Tickets will go on sale Saturday Sept 14th and will be good retuning home until Monday Sept Standing on a hill near Fshermens shoeshopbutitused for the purpose for which it was originally intended n foIf r A GBEAT SPECTACLE Reproduction of the Eruption of Vesuvius PAINS WORLDFAMED FIREWORKS Expensive Amusement Feature Added to the Big Kentucky State Fair Program A stupendous spectacle In the build- Ing of which no expense has been spared in making the mostreallstioand elaboiate outdoor picture ever produced is a fitting description of Pains Vesuvius and fireworks program to be given nightly at the Kentucky State Fair in Louisville the week of Sept 16 The electrical and pyrotechnic effects will be the best that skill and money can secure Mr Pains repute lion as a producer of outdoor spec tacles Is unsurpassed Running for an hour and thlry minutes each perform ance will be followed with a display of pyrotechnics containing more new and novel ideas than have ever be fore been attempted bj any other con cernThe eruption of Vesuvius is a sub ject for a fireworks spectacle which has given to Mr Pain the opportunity of his life There Is perhaps no man woman or child who can readthl newspapers who was not awestricken with the frightful news which came from Italy a year ago last April al though any story could but feebly depict the horror of the situation which followed the greatest eruption in the history of Vesuvius A man with Ideas quick to grasp an emergency Mr Pain lost no time In dispatching his famous special ar tists to the very scene of the disaster Their sketches and views were made in such profusion as to enable him to work up In a few months through his eminent scenic artists Messrs Reed and Rafter and their assistants a picture that has been the talk of the east for many moons It is this spectacle that visitors to I the Kentucky State Fair of 1907 are toj have an opportunity of witnessing long odds it is the most elaborac summer nights fete and illumination ever attempted Three hundred and j fifty feet long by fifty feet high are given to the setting The most gor j geous of scenic environment and the most wonderful of electrical and pyro technical effects are worked Into the pictureTo the spectacle the scope necessary two acts are employed They might truthfully be termed heaven and hell The first is one of the carnivals which has made Naples famous It Is a celebration with the King and Queen of Italy as the central figures All Is joy lathe twinkling of an eye the scene shifts and Vesuvius with all of its fury spreads death and destruction The spectacle must be seen to be appreciated It Is the entire Man hattan Beach production which has been thrilling visitors to Coney Island Two hundred and fifty performers splendidly costumed are engaged in making the show a success The evenings entertainment will conclude with a magnificent fireworks program of fifty numbers consisting of all the latest fireworks novelties Introduced by Mr Pain- ROUND TRIP FOR HALF FARE I Railroads Announce the Rates For Kentucky State FairIWith seventeen big partments amusement features that are the best in the country music that cannot be excelled and a speed program worthy of special mention the State Fair at Louisville Sept 16th to 21st should be the largest attended gathering in the history of Kentucky The only one thing needed to make the condition ideal was low railroad i rates and this has now been fixed The j railroads in Kentucky have announced a rate of one fare plus twentyfive cents for the round trip tickets going on sale the Saturday before Fair week and good returning tho Monday following Fair week Tickets in Indi ana will be sold on the Kentucky basis of one and a third fares Inasmuch as the regular rate in Indlhna is two cents a mile CAPTIVE BALLOON ENGAGED To be strictly up to date and cater to the minds of all the Kentucky State Fair management has not only concluded negotiations for a passen gercarrying airship and balloon races during the week of Sept 16th at Louisville but has contracted for a captive balloon which Is to carry passengers in the air every ten minutes This was one of the sensations of time St Louis Exposition and will un doubtedly prove a good drawing card at State Fair the week of Sept 16 For the first time in the history rf a State Fair In Kentucky a handsome award Is to bo made to the county whose exhibitors receive the largest number of ribbons This is to be In the nature of a sterling silver plate handsomely engraved valued at 200 It is to be placed for three montnu after the Fair in the custody of the judge of the county which recelvps It Later it Is to be hung on the walls of the old capitol and ultimatelyflu- a room iur the new capitol i- WEIRD INWENTw VIVIDLY TOLD Strange Story Related by Hubert Vos Famous Portrait Painter Mr Hubert Vos the famous por trait painter told me u weird story the other day about nn incident in his experience says a writer In the Washington Star A footman la liv ery called at his studio ono afternoon and presented the card of H lady well known in New York society said that she would like Mr Vos to come linine diately to her house on a matter of the greatest importance It was imperative that he should come at once and a carriage was driven rapidly across Central Park to a handsome residence on one of the streets running at right angles to upper Fifth avenue He was showi into a reception room where he was soon joined by the lady wHose card had been sent to him She explained that her husband was dying in hi chamber upstairs that he had only III few hours to live that they had no picture of him not even a photograph and she was anxious to have Mr Vos to make sketches of his Face BO that I he could reproduce them utter death in nil oil portrait The artist natural ly hesitated about accepting such an extraordinary commission but the ln dy seemed so stressed und so auxl ious that he finally consented asshe wished He was shown to tim death chamber aiid spent an hour v more by the bedside taking measure ments of the features sketched 10 pale face that luy unconscious on hn pillow ilid the nurse even lifted the eyelids FO that ho could see the color of the eyes He learned that tlewas no photograph of his unconscious stter In existence but only a daginr rcolypc taken when he was u child which of course was of no use The man died five hours Inter The portrait was painted from the death bed sketches the widow making sug gestions and furnishing info nmatiou about the color and expression of tile face and the pose of the figure The likeness was perfectly satisfactory to the family the portrait was much NIj mired and a careful copy now in the library of one of the most I lpI ular clubs in New York of which subject was President at the time of his death Nobody knows or suspects t j that it was not painted from life Mr Vos land another Interesting experience in painting a portrait of theI son of one of the most prominent men in this country who died when b was sixteen years old The funnily had no likeness except a photograph taken theIwantednearly as possible as he looked at the time of his death Mr Vos got the features from the photograph and the color and expression from the descrip tions of the family and the portrait was so satisfactory that they had it photographed for their friends CAA TOftXABeen the- Signature c t2Boogli The American Girl We like poetry we do a whole lot Whether it comes in the form of rythmlc verse or mellifluous prose it hits us in a tender place That is why we feel good thrills running ov er us when we find the Oklahoma State Capital quoting someone us saying that when God node the American girl He sent His angel messenger throughout the Htursrewn realms of lieacc to gather all there was of beauty and brightness of en chantment of glamor When those SURE CURE For All Diseases of STOMACHLIVER angels returned from their harvesting of beauty dnd throw down their gUt- tering burden at His feet He began Hin their wonderful presence and trash Toning of tho American girl H to wrought with the gold Und gleam of the stars shifting glories oC the rui i bow hues and the pallid silver bf the moon He wrought With the trim son which swooned in tho roses rub led heart with the pure sweet snow which gleam from the llllles petals and time fire of the flames which flash and leap from jewels depth Then glancing deep into His own bosom Ho took of tho love which gleamed there like some rare pearl beneath the windkissed waves of n summer sea thrilling into tho form He was fashioning and all heaven and earth rejoiced for lo He had wrought the Amcrlcdn girl Yum yam also bgosh Montgomery Advertiser I IMPORTANCE OF NATU RAL HEALTHFUL SLEEP I The Best Cheapest and Most Ef I ficacious Medicine One Can Take Sleep is the best surd cheapest mcdj Iclne and it Is within the reach of ev erybody We require as as we can procure We mayolkIat high pressure if we but if we overwork and irritability insomnia and neurasthenia eare almost certsInly In store One of I the prime causes of ill health among men and women who have to Work with their brains is neglect of sleep fume woman who curtails her sleep begins to worry I insufficient sleep in the first inII 111tfollalvous exhaustion It is the highest I development that Is liable to worry I the alert highly strung individual who slceplessncsslfhc and nobody ever saw n neurasthenic j cow but the higher the typo the greater need for rest and a suffi cient amount of sleep I Modern sanitoria teach us much about rest that is worth knowing Desease is combatted by putting the prtlent I in such a condition as to enable him to cure hlmselfas it were by letting nature do her beneficent work unhin dered One of the unbreakable rules of a sanitarium day is rest absolute restfor nn hour before and It short time after mealssays McColls Maga zinc See the common sense of this How can food possibly do anyone good If taken into an exhausted frame How I is it to be digested How can the bodily tissues be refreshed and nour ished In the big shops at every change of season and at sales it is terrible to see the crowds of women fagged and over excited who rush a meal in some close room most likeI ly chattering or planning all 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The only Bocalledlblackpigs blood and perhaps some heart nd kidney In Germany and elseI ore tho sausage is compounded of a much wider range of These Includes brains liver ad horseI flesh The substance is generally con sidered repugnant while of course It I is fraudulent to sell sausage as beef and pork containing horseflesh I Occasionally however sausnge do not contain meat at all but only bread tinged with red oxide of iron and I mixed with a varying proportion ofI fat The remarkable feature of horse I flesh is the high proportion of glycogn enaIIdetected with some amount of cer tuinty Tho test which depends onI a color reaction with iodlnr has re cently been more carefully studiedand with more satisfactory results so that i r the presence of five per cent of horseflesh in sausage Can be dotectedI At present there is no legal provis ion in Europe for a standard in re gard to the composition of sausages although a movement is on foot to secure this Limitations arc to bo laid down as to the amount of bread used as to the actual porpor lon of meat substances present and as to the col oring matters added to give an attract lye appearance of fresh meat Sau sages are extremely apt to undergo decomposition and become poisonous owing to the elaboration of toxic substances duringxthe putrefaction process T Bad or rancid fat is very apt to alter the character of a sausngo for tno worse Thus in some instances the use of bad or rancid lard has render ed the sausage after a time quite phos phorescent an appearance which indicates of course an undesirable change The smoked sausage is a much saf er article of diet than the unsmoked since the curing process preserves the meat substances against decomposition by reason of the cmpyreumatic bodies present in the wood smoke which is used for this purpose Worked Like a Charm Mr D N Walker editor of that spicy Journal the Enterprise Louisa Va says I ran a nail in my foot last week and at once applied Buck lens Arnica Salve No inflammation followed the salve simply healed the wound Heals every sore burn and skin disease Guaranteed at all drug gists 25c m Condensed Knowledge Less than 8000 people own all the land of Great Britain Tobacco Is served out to the Italian soldiers as part of their regular ra tionsEngland has 2000 golf clubs with 300000 members who use 500000 golf per week and walk over the links 4balls 250000000 miles pear year Tho cloud informations known as mares tail and mackerel sky arc invariably three miles high The highest cloudsj are ten miles high and those are composed of minute parti cles of leo The Lena is the straightest of all 1 tho great rivers For 800 miles It 1runs in almost a direct line to the seaMotors killed twentytwo on London streets last year King Leopold has offered a prize of 30000 for a remedy for the sleeping sickness which is wiping out his subjects In Africa Chili which has tho reputation of being the most progressive of the Spanishspeaking countries has over 5000 miles of railroad and 11000 miles of telegrapha English locomotives which were built in the year 1856 arc still used on Swedish railroads r Ten million people have opened not t counts With the Post Office Saving Bank of England I Russia has 50000 miles of naviga ble rlyers and 38000 miles of rail roads At last accounts tho river traffic amounted to 30000 tons per year For 500 steam will do the work 4 hand which would costvSOOOO if done by There are 200000000 copies of the Blbl scattered throughput the world About 48 per cent of all tho crimes committed is th i work of habitual t criminals I In all races tho mans brain aver v per centheavier than the Crags woman bralnl has 2237 banks with caplfal Five now banks havcI opened since February A blrdB wing If in twenty times as4ts owners weight i t i y t T iy d rtr jt i strong as a mans arm The Danes seem most addicted to suicide Their average Is 256 solfmur yoarI of this Is retained for home use The blood thrown out by the heart travels soycn miliis In an hour or 4292000 miles In a lifetime of 70 years The meteorites which hurl themselves at this sphere aria about 1000 ycjirsI the commerce of the world is carried on by 30100 vessels of a total tonnage of about 25000000 About 18 cents per square yard is spent per year to keep the streets of Paris clean Berlin spends 4 cents for the same purpose The Paris Academy of Medicine of dlsI no ono won The largest serpent ever measured was an anaconda which Dr Gardner found dead in Mexico It was 37 feet long and it took two horses to drug ItIOrders for flour from the Orient are going to Manitoba because of the Inability of the Pacific Coast flour merchants of the United States to fill them IIn tho United S ntes 132 per 100000 are In prison on any given day in It I 45IIThe gross earnings of the Tokto railways are from 0000 to SS 000 a day and will probably reach 15 000 a day when tae flower season com menccs p a A BRAND NEW SNAKE STORY Noxious Things Flee When The Beautiful Comes In Adjacent to the convent school In which I spent my girlhood there lay an abandoned cemetery It was overgrown with weeds and grasses and in rested by snakes When the glow of the ripening apples gleamed through the thick foliage of tho trees that skirted it or the blossoms ofa bed of tiger JIcJtturebolder spirits even went so far as to brave tho reptiles in their stronghold and had been known to wage victorious war with them but a large and timid majority lived in mortal fear are could not be induced to go near thu placeLast summer I visited the convtnt and one of the sisters having taken me on a tour of the grounds led the way to the old graveyard but what a I change was there Order had been wrought fro confusionand what mas before a veritable wilderness had in deed been made to blossom like the rose Flowers were everywhere across the broken fences that had once marked off the lots about tho crum bling headstones above the sinking mounds that had told where some one rested The delicate blossoms of tho forgetmenot timidly besought the no dice of the passerby and nasturtiums smiled from out their glossy leaves as we threaded our way among the beds mv eyes wandered from the dusty ver duro of tho rosemary at my feet to the daisies nodding their golden heads in the distance Howbeautlful HoV beautiful I cried to the sister who accomplished mebut how In the world did you get rid of the snakes Oh we took no notice at all of them she answered Wo think they must have deserted the place when th first flower bed was made because wo never saw a trace of them after Wo didnt kill a single one and there are none here now They left of their own accord I made no comment on tho sisters words but in my mind I was contrast Ing tho old way of killing off unde sirable things with thlsnew way of supplanting them with comethlng tha- is t desirable The Nnutlllus Twins Wed Twins- A dispatch from Morehead Ky says An Interesting party left hero for the Jamestown Exposition con sisting of ten grown sons of Abel Cau dill with two of their wives There pro fifteen children In this family five girls and ten boys all grown healthy stalwart Baptist In religion and Democratic in political views On last Friday they held their annual family reunion which in an occasion of some moment In this coun ty where both the parents and chil dren are prominent in commercial and political circles As a climak to this occasion the ten sons started on a trip to Jamestown Only two were accompanied by their wives John and Rob ert two redhalred twins woos o wires Hala and Kala are also red haired twins This quartette attracts considerable attention wherever they go and were tendered a tree trip t- l the Exposition owng to theiruniqu appearance I I k TEACHING LARKS IN CONFINEMENT TO SING Owners Proud of Their Birds And Enter Them in Com etltlonIStrange as It may appear there are I men who make a living by teaching larks to sing It might be imagined that this is much the same as paint Ing the lily btlt it is a fact that tho ordinary cage lark requires a consid erable amount of training before it can sing well The untrained cage lurk will imitate sounds in the same manner as a parro even such sounds as tho creaking of a gate When these birds are neglected sometimes the only sound they will give is an imitation of the twittering of the common sparrow The man who undertakes the educa tion of larks has to be up long be fore daybreak In the spring before the break of day he goes out Into the country taking with him a great num bet of cage birds Upon reaching a strip of meadow he places hIs burdens on the ground and patiently waits for the coming dawn About half an hour after the first Ugh appears the wild lurks begin to sing The wild lark always sings is best soon after dawn Later on in the day its song cannot compare for beauty with Its earlier efforts The birds first begin to sing as they run about the long grass but they sing their lonIsong more more beautifulIIt is a vWy strange fact that the imprisoned birds hears only one of the free birds though there may be dozens si nglng it has ears for that one only Every note of thai song it remembers and when it is home in its cnge next day it will render the identl cal song with remarkable fidility entirely from memory Lark owners in the North are es pecially proud of the singing capacity of their birds and various lurk sing ing competitions are held Titus at Huddersfleld there is a very vigorous association for the promotion of lark singing which has been in existence usI contests or sings which it holds Before tho sing tho birds are kept in the dark for a considerable time One of tho imprisoned songsters is brought Into thosing room and placed before a mirror He mistakes his imago for that of a rival mind after he has viewed himself fur about half a minute he is placed in front of the window Then in an ecstasy of rivalry he be gins to sing his marvelous song spreading his wings and pouring outa passionate paean of praise to the light Champion birds will sing for probab ly ten minutes pouring out floods of unsurpassable melody during the whole time London TitBits RAILWAY FROMU TO CUBA Crosses 160 Miles of Ocean Costing 32000000 and Will be Finished in two Years The railroad which Henry M Flagle and his millionaire associates in the Standard 011 Company are building over the Atlantic ocean from Key West Fla to Cuba has made such progress that it announced that tho line would be completed by the summer of 1909 This railroad Is the worldsmost ex traordlnary engineering project today and engineers at last say that when completed it will bo a wonder of the worldThe railroad will be 160 miles long All the way from Key West to Cuba are smallislands or keys as they are called in this lattitudo sonic an acre or less In extent The builders of the road are connecting these keys with Immense viaducts supported by huge abutments of solid concrete At one point two keys are three miles apart but cngihcers did not hesitate They found tho ocean only forty feet deep here and they pro ceeded at once to construct a great connecting bridge Cofferdams were sunk and the bed of tote ocean was dredged out iff places to solid rock Then the solid concrete foundations were laid The engineers are confident that the worst ocean storms will not disturb their bridges The railroad will be the most ex pensive in the world It is costing 200000 a mllo to build which means a total expenditure exclusive of tor urinals of 32000000 EaSY on the Fly Heres the small boys essay on anto lieL the good bio summer time and it Ar 11 1 I hez ate legs four to walk onto to spume together and twoI to tickle with Flies Is found all over Amerlky but mostly on bald- heads He are the cause of much pesterswith1 eyes in his back rite behind the shoulder blades The fly loves to get on a babys nose and shuffle his fet It is fun to leave him bee on the babys nose ef your mother aint erround tel land on ou far It The fly Is commonly cnUedI a fly but he has another name Pop calls him a helluvanulsanccv Ex I I Occasional headache belching bad taste In the mouh lack of uflpetlto and slight nervousness are symptoms of indigestion which when allowed to go uncured for will develop tutu a case of dyspepsia that will take a long time to get rid of Dont neg lect your stomach At the first Indication of trouble mike something that will help along in its work of digesting I the food you emit Kodol for InI digestion and Dyspepsia will do this Kodol will make you to enjoy what I you eat Sold by all druggists nrI GIRL BABES BORN I KNIT TOGETHER Perfectly Formed Except had aI Double Heart Where TheyI Were United Twin girls with trier chests timid nbI ilonuns grown together and with but 1Hohltof B L Heldt an iron worker at St Marys Hospital Tile children lived only A snort tone after birth The cnso Js ono of lite most peculiar known to medical science being even more remarkable than the famous Siamese twins who wore Joined by tisj sue from their shies or Millie HUt Christine the two wgrosses who were joined back to back Almost every doctor in time city viewed the two bodies Photographs of them weir taken tune will 1m used for illustiM l lions in medical text books j The children were both girls and weghcd fourteen poumlso r sever i pounds nich Their hundu were per fectly formed us wero tHeir shoulders and runs From It point about oven Ylt titeir arm pits their bodies wuroj fused however until at a glance it appeared that but one body really ox ibted One breast bone outmost in th center of the double body served each of them and from it tho ribs ran off naturally forlmng two distinct tutu natural abdominal cavities the organs were as perfectly formed as those of the normal child with exception of the heart Ono heart beat as one for the two girlsITue organ was compartments It lay just beneath too the breast bone anti ex actly between the two children Each clillrt had two perfectly formed and natural arms and legs With the exception of their heart the two children were as distinct as could be although j teal point of junction between the two bodies was noticeable only as heavy Indention down each side Time death of tho children was caus ed by time necessities for delivery us they were otherwise sound Mrs Heldt is getting along nicely Mr Heldt is twentyeight years old and his wife is twentythree They have been married three years and this is the first birth They live at YllZ Eichel avenue r Hartford Business Institute A strong business preparation for a successful commercial career Is now recognized as a necessity by every leading men One of Ajnericas great I est business men said Tho young man who starts at this time will stand little chance of success without thor i ought business training And for the young woman of today the best safe guard she can have is a business edu cation by menus of which to earn her livelihood whenorer jiecessity de mands What could be more pitiable than 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CURE COMPANY Pepu 1T4 Lake Street Chicago tlittleattacks of Indigestion have no doubt rapldheartbeataheartburn ItIdi toTup heart This crowds the heart and interferes with its action and in the COUTH 41 time the heart becomes dise- asedKodol J J For Dyspepsia digests what you cat takes the strain oft of the heart and contributes nourishment thebodyStomach Inflammation of the mucous Digestive of the Stomach After eating my food would distress me by tnaldnff welcFinallydiate relief After using a few bottles Tarn cured MRS LORINQ NICHOLS Perm Yon N Y I had stomach trouble and was in II bad state as I DyspepshsCureD KAUBLE Nevada 0 Digests What You Eat E lltT i IndlftttlonM Prepared at tae Lab war stomach fetich I ora oryofEOJ wm Inn ef ate I ACoChleageVSA SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS WC O ID =1YII Oho Ccunt7 Circuit CourtTo P Blrkhead Judge Ben D Illngo Attorney Oscar Mldklff Jailer Ed G Barrass Clerk Frank L Felix Master CommIssIoner L Moso loy Trustee Jury Fund H B Martin Sheriff Hartford Deputle S A Itratclier L I Crowder W C Ashley J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday In March and August and continues three weeks and third Monday In May will November two weeks County Court W B Taylor Judge W S Tinsloy Clerk 13 M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convenesf first Monday in each month Quarterly CourtBegins on the third Monday In January April July and Oc toborCourt of claimsConvenes first Mon day In January Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Officers N Moxley Surveyor Shrove S W Leach Assessor Uv- UoyJames DeWccscSchooI Superintend ont Hartford Jerome Allen Coroner Jingo JUSTICES COURTS J H Williams Beaver Dam March H Juno 23 September 21 December 24 YoP Miller Horse Branch March 26 Juno 23 September 23 December 26 W S Lean Dunll pIth 37 Juno 26 September 26 December 27 W R Edge Fordavllle March 2SJuno 2 September 27 December Son S Chamberlain BedaMorch i9 June 25 September 28 December 19 Herbert Render CentertownMarch SO Juno 29 September 29 December 30 john H Mlles Hockport March 3L noIR 11 Wedding Judge J S GlennCJtjr Attorney Seth MoseleyMarshnl Court convcnus second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES- M E Church South Servlcee third Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m2nd Sunday at 7 p in 4th Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev J A Lewis Pastor assisted by RevJ Frank BakerBaptist Church Services held Satur I day night beforo second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth SundayI i and Sunday night Prayer mooting every Thursday evening Rev A B Gardner I Pastor I C P ChurchServices first Sunday- In each month at 11 a m und 7 p m PastorI every first Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev W B Wright PastorI School Trustees Hartford C M rowe J S Glenn W S TlnsleyC M Barnett Dr E B Pendleton City CouncllJ H Williams Mayor- C M CroweClork C M BarnettTreas- urer R K L Siinmernmn Dr E H Pendleton A D Wlto Wm Fair Win Bean Dr J W Taylor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford LodRO No CT5 F A Ma sons meets first Monday night In cacti month C M Crowe YoM Marvin Bean Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 meets every third Saturday night In each month W Vickhersof Pythias meets every Tuesday night D Walker C C r C Porter 1C U and S InHartford Tent No 99 K O T M every Thursday night J C Her Commander D 13 Thomas Rec j ord Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and third Friday afternoon of each month Mra K Wayne Griffin Lady Commander Miss Sue Vcisor Lady Record Keeper Preston Morton Post No 4 O A no holds regular meetings Saturday bed 1qPorterAdj Ohio TrIbe No 1SS Imp Order Red Men meets second and fourth Wednesday nights in each month Seth Moso Icy Sachem J Ncy Foster Chief of Records Woodmen of tho World meets first and third Wednesday nights in each month R L Twcddell Counsel Commander Pr E B Pendleton Camp Clerk Knrlol For Indigestion Relieves sour stomach palpitation of the heart Digests wbatyou eat t WUirfJ to I ri1T 1 I l I TOERNKY DEMOCRAT PAPER t s the Machine and Its Engineers Fcre and Aft fltallfe Leopard Change Its Spots ZToring the Democratic primary fort BRtor and governor last year the ZBijfiolMonltor a staunch Democrat artjaper wrote the following strong SsdlKtaBut of the Democratic machine Jta Kentucky The fact that Messrs Bar find Beckham won In that pr messy does not change the force nor tttelrntntnlness of the charges made JjF the Monitor If they were true J53K3thby tire now We submit the JJtaattOFa article to the voters of the aMa that they may know what a Dem eenitlc editor in the Gibraltar of DOarooracy thinks of the Democratic arawDtne and its engineers Messrs 3tkham and Hager And bear in rsiQd that these charges were not mute by a Republican and that a few zumths has not in the least changed aVac leopards spots What the Fight Is The present campaign is not merely arjjght between the ins and outs jsthtf machine organs would have the people JelloveIlit is a fight of the people to dislodge ttcr Frankfort machine a well organ fewi lot of politicians banded togeth er fee the purpose of controlling all tX8 offices of the state and filling Slwar capacious pockets from the state ftnrasury And It Is a fight that is of much mater Import to the people than they as at present realize because ma eSdno politics in Kentucky as applied areIC7t3fe to understand many i Ore great danger attending is perpet TsrttbnMfichlnelrni j represents all that 1s- Sad In politics It Is practical politics guie to seed The greatest graft to for smallest number Is the motto of art machine politician Statesman sfrfp and patriotism are completely tflfrnlnated from his creed The peo 3te are all dumbdriven cattle to Sim possessing neither private nor Jjc2tlcal rights which he is bound Tcupect and beyond the means toI fiord for gratifying his greed graft and lust for power excite no in t rest in his unconscionable soul Tile Frankfort machine Is modern to every repect The most up to Into appliances for extracting money 3reoi the peoples pockets and fooling 1Lnvinto tho belief that they are be SBJ robbed for their own good are zrtJ1 Oed Scientific experts who now all tho ins and out of machine yofftlcs are in charge and nothing tuft will bring sheckles Into the hands rf the machine or Increase Its power Sar perpetuation is being Tills is the machine neglectedI i E Hager Co built 2xy aro asking a new It has already cost the state untold firfcsandB in extravagance and mis fiance and what It has cost is a metre bagatelle to what It will cost a continued In power I This in the machine which the peo iYs are fighting and which they would prcep from the face of the earth If Saey could realize half of Its rotten tress Mils Is the machine which Messrs Cttebhuni and Hager are expecting to fiffetheni in power and give one six ads the other four years more at the jretflfc crib This Is the machine which started roVUi build a state capitol for eight atruired thousand dollars and asked i a legislature for two millions be flortr the foundation was completed This is the machine that paid CO Wfor capitol plans when they were 3iVed plans by a reputable architect t1IGooo and this same architect jiMrod to give a hoed to build the cap t for S 1OOOIThis Is the machine that paid X24 tiff for printing when under their ctract It should not have cost 4- nay surd at another time gave away X12000 or it000 in the same manner This Is the same machine that paidI tIIMOCiO for extra attorneys Uhsli pots In three years This is the machine that lowered tte rate of taxation 2V6 cents on the ftrcmlrcd and raised the value of prop erty Uf per cent making the tax much aJshij than before This Is tho machine that has taxed sierythlnj In sight and levied back urea that It might have money tot tat its wasteful and extravagant practices Thltf Is the machine that put the charitable institutions in the hands of Percy Holy a Frankfort politician Ito learned statesmanship InI his tsihertr saloon Tills Is the machine under whose management brutalities have been sactlced at tho Lexington asylum Ifiat have resulted in the doath of one XSStienUand perhaps more ThlsHa too machine that comes up pad whitewashes all such deviltry jSrfflarlt might hurt tho admlniitr- atfcnandget some of Its pets in prison Tlflff the machine that mata poor iMJiiioatattendanta in the asylum pay r oE2tair 20 per month salary toI Jlr i 4 c Governor Beotmtma campaign ei panIcs This IB the maohino that makes all the attendants clerks and guards at the charitable Institutions contr but to the campaign expenses of lhe mo chino candidates or lose their Jobs This Is the machine that uses the clerks in tle auditors office and all other state offices to send out campaign literature for Messrs Beckhat and Hager while they are being paid for their services by the state This Is the machine that created new offices and Increased the sal les of old ones to the extent of 50001 per year This is the machine that killed sen ate bill No 26 which was Intended to pay parties who were summoned for jury service and not used for the loss of time because it would leave about 10000 a year In the peoples pockets and thus deprive the machine of the use of this amount This is the machine that levied the tax of 1 on the poor mans dog that they might have more of the peoples money to handle This is the machine that created the board of control that Is now paying extravngant prices for supplies for the charitable Institutions thus enriching their friends at the expense of the stateThis is the machine that created the office of fire commissioner for Mott Ayres ata salary of 3500 per year and the office of assistant fire commissioner to provide a soft place for Beckham Triplett the governors ne phew at about 2000 per year and the said Mott Ayres has moved his office from Frankfort to Louisville where ho Is conducting Mr Hagers campaign while being paid by the state to do nothing This IB the machine that doubled the number of guards at the prisons while the Increase In prisoners was not ever ten per cent This Is tho machine that provided fat offices for all the members of the last legislature who voted for their measures of graft and plunder This Is tae machine which gave the senator from Graves county a soft Job as manager of the Confederate Soldiers Home at Powee Valley at a salary of 1800 per year and living expenses for himself and family be cause ho betrayed his constituents and voted for Its candidate for States senator against To UnitedI This Is tho machine that editor of the Lyon County Herald 75 per month to sit in an office at the Eddyvlllo prison and edit two papers defending Messrs Beckham and Hager In their extravagances and misman agement of state affairs This Is the machine that buys up papers that fought them In the campaign three years ago and makes them present the sorry spectacle of having sold their birthright of honor and manhood for a mess of pottage This Is the machine which Messrs Beckham and Hager and Percy Haly and Mott Ayres and all the various sized satellites are asking the people to endorse And this Is the machine which the people Intend to snow under deep and strong at the primary next month Mayfleld Monitor Notice The Ohio County Medical vlll hold the regular monthly sessionI at Hartford in the office of 3eVeef e Superintendent of Schools AednesdaySeptember IS begining at 10 a in At 1230 adjourn for dinner at the Commercial AH present being guests of the Hartford members The afternoon session will labt from 2- mo 4 oclock giving plenty otMlme for alle to get home before night After the transaction of business Clinical material will be presented and dis cussed Dr S J Wedding will quiz on typhoid fever and Dr J 0 Mc Kenney on malaria fever so you had better mind out Bring something to put into this meeting We have the largest membership in our histo ry Nonmembers are not only in vited to be present but to Join Respectfully E W FORD Secretary Election Commissioners to Meet The Board of Election Commissioners for Ohlo county composed of Slier lit R B Martin Y L Mosoloy and C E Smith will according to law meet not later than September 20 to appoln precinct election officers for the com- Ing election These officers are appointed from lists furnished by the County Executive Committees of the two predominating parties which list must be in writing and filed with Ithe Board not later than September and should consist of the names jt eight electors of each party in each precinct T CERALVO Sept 10Miss Grace Richardson Franklin Ky visited friends here SundayMiss Maude Barnard Central City visited her mother here Sunday l Rev W A Grant baptized one can lid ate for admission to the Methodist church here Sunday- Miss Grace Reneer returned from Svansvllle the 8th Lightning Sunday morning killed a good Eow and injured a hog belong ing to William McConnell r George Duncan and fomlly Arkan- sasf are Visiting John Duncan near hereMrs Alleno Everley returned from i the Mammoth Cave recently i Mrs Blackburn Eyansvllle Is visit ing her son Butch Blackburn 1fia LHp cWif1 liW 4i 1 SULPHUR SPRINGS Sept 101iIssLena Hunt will lcdve for Texas Thursday where she Will enter school 1 Mr Bob Duff and wife Dundee vis tted hIs father naer Cedar CroveSat urday night and Sunday Misses Cliffie Acton and Vera Mil ler returned home train Hnrdlrisbun Friday night where they had been attending the Breckenridge county fair The protracted meeting at Ceda Grove Is getting along nicely It being I conducted T y ReHorn of Beaver Dam I Gets Only Ten Years For Killing FatberI Owensboro Ky Sept SLogan Me Daniel thirtysix years of arc was foundguilty by a jury In the Circuit Court and given only ten yeanHn the penitentiary for killing his father a few weeks ago at Maceo McDanle was drunk when he committed the deed It was brought out that the father had taught the boy to drink li quor and had often been intoxicated with him This fact seemed to have weight with the jury The evidence was strong against McDaniel anti there was muchsurprise tha the sen tence was not longer COldWhNh1cr through the bowels Nearly all Cough Cures especially those that contain opiates ate constipating Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup contains no opiates and acts gently on the bow els Pleasant to take Sold by all druggists m Hartford College Notes The Adelphlans had an Interesting meeting last Friday evening The following officers were elected President Conner Ford VIcePresIdent J Xey Foster Secretary Frank Fore man Sargeant at Arms Otto Martin Treasurer John A Bennett The basket ball players have organ ized as follows Team No 1 R W Tlnsley D D Felix O C Martin Allison Barnett and Ney Foster cap taro ream No 2 Sydney Williams John A Bennett Robert Halllbertun Albert Baught and Conner Ford cap taro The Louisville Herald has advanced the I Subscription price so that we cannot ac cept subscription for less thanr 32 Slfor Daily and The Re publican and 135 for Weekly with The Republican HOW THINGS HAVE CHANGED What Hendrlck Said Four Years Ago of Governor Beckham Hon John K Hendrick who is now the Democratic nominee for attorney general and who is tho ablest speak er on the Democratic ticket was a candidate for governor against Gov ernor Beckham four years ago and made a speech at Nicholasville in which he scored the governor for his machine methods and extravagance with the peoples money Among other good things he said Machine Politico Let us pause and think for a moment Mr Goebel was nominated on the twentyfirst day of June 1899 and Mr Beckham was nominated In July 1900 These conventions were at least early enough for all practical pur poses But after the governor had smothered the committee with omclal honors as I have already indicated at his suggestion they concluded to call a snap primary election in order to force off opposition to their patron saint who had showered so many official blessings upon them and they gave to candidates who desired to seek preferment from their fellow cltizens I 120 days In which to canvass 1J9 counties And the governor exclaims Behold how pleasant It Is for breth ren to dwell together in harmony and But for fear that this snap primary would not deter persons who might desire to oppose his majesty the commitjtee for the first time In the history Tf the Democratic party created a money standard of qualification and for the first time within the his tory of the party has said to the as piring young men of Kentucky that they need not apply for official prefer ment unless they can afford the price I appeal to the young men the state to line up against such machine methods and aristocratic tendencies if they desire in the future to seek honors at the hands of their party There was a time in the history of the great Commoner of Kentucky Henry Clay the Mill Boy of the Slashesjat Abraham Lincoln the Rail Splitter Stephen A Douglas the cabinetmaker Andrew Johnson tho tailor when neither of them could have paid the price under the arbitra ry decress of the committee for the privilege of running for office In the state of Kentucky These great benefactors of mankind who have glorified the history of Kentucky were once as poor as the poorest boy now in our- commonwealthbut by pluck and energy and honesty they reached the highest positions within thelinof the peoplenot one of them would ever bare been head of U politic U the methods oOhls jriachirie committee lied dominated political parties In their tlay Every young raari in the rebukeJthe party of the people Into a machine dominated pothouse politicianridden party Is It wrqng that I shoulO re for to them with the deepest sorrow The Calhoun Fee Speaking jir the driormous fee of 00000 paid to C C Calhoun for col lecting 1300000 from the government Mr Hendrick said Let the distin gentleman no longer dodge but explain to the taxpayers why he and Calhoun entered vinto a contract to sandbar the taxpayers out of this enormous sum of money There is one other item among many while I am on this subject that I rill call upon Ills Excellency to explain The United States government recently passed an act to pay tjie Spanish American soldiers who enlisted fromi Kentucky for the time elapsing be tween their enlistment and the date of their being mustered into sen1ceI and allotted to Kentucky 150000 to i be pale to her soldier boys and not to CC Calhoun The governor after he was notified of this through that strange and inexplicable attachment between him and Calhoun sent Cal houn after the money which was received and brought to Frankfort and deposited not to the credit of the state treasurer but to the personal credit of J C W Beckham without bond and when It was paid out about JldOOO was retained Who get It di vinity alone can tell Let the governor explain this and then I will oblige the people and likewise the governor by tarnishing some other information which I am loath to disclose without being forced to the point as ttywhat became of a part of If As this money was being distributed to the poor sol diers who had brayed the elements of a foreign clime in their countrys defense they were patted upon the lack while a part of their money was Icing withheld and asked not to for RetCreepsThus will bo seen that this young attorney without a practice received the sum of something like 10OO for a little less than a years labora sum sufficient to pay a circuit judge for his services thirty years a con gressman or a judge of the court of appeals eighteen years the governor fourteen years While the governor Is discussing the reQsonableness of this fee he uight expatiate on these trivial suggestions in the presence of the tturthened taxpayers This money was paid to Governor Beckham as the comnmander hr chief of the soldiers of Kentucky under the constitution and there is not a line of law upon the statute books or anywhere else to authorize hhn to employ anybody to receive It or pay out one dollar for collecting It And while explaining these enormous fees he might inci dentally give a little attention and a few words in explanation as to why ho employed counsel to assist Judge Pryor and John W Ray in the fran i chile tax cases against the insurance companies Tho fee had been agreed upon by these gentlemen at 3000 and everyone atall familiar with their capacity knows tot they are amply able to taste care of any character of I litigation But the governor positively declined to ratify the employment un less hisuncle J Cole Beckbam should be taken in He was finally taken Into the cases and the fee In creased to 5000In view of these I facts it cannot be dialed that the- I h governor la exceedingly liberal with the peoples money And by tho way when Mr Ellis and Uncle Colic were taken into the qase and the new con tract for this enormous fee was cote summated Mr John W Ray who up I to that time had practically dove all of the work was dropped out of the contract and the governors uncle substituted and sine he was so sub stltuted the part which Uncle Colle has played in the litigation has been so nominal that he can scarcely be referred to as an attorney in the case except in a division of the fee Time forbids I should go farther Into the sickening details of sanderlng the peoples money In the proI fllgate employment of attorneys but the record shows that In his efforts to secure the warm friendship of lead ing lawyers he has paid out consider ably more than 100000 of the poo pIes money In the way of tees The solicitude of the governor for fear that some one will sandbag the corporations of the state Is really paI thetic My experience with the corporations demonstrates to me that they generally take pretty good care of themselves so the governors anxie ty for fear they may be sandbagged leads onq Involuntarily to ask himself what strange sympathy can exlst be tween the governor and the corpora tions to induce such earnest affection But in view of the record of the gov ornor the remarkable part of hla speech is lh reference to pardoh brokers During his administration of the executive department ho has par I dotied more than 1000 persons In eluding remissions etc for violating thejjaws of the state and the Breath itt county criminal have been most liberally rememUered We may at least Indulge the presumption that the pardonbrokers have not been idle in I that localjty while the criminals In tho great oity of Louisville have IDot been overlooked I And now we have the strange spec tacle of Hon John K Hendrick on the stump defending with all the pow er of his eloquence tho state adminis tration that four years he so violently assailed and condemned I Verily the trail of tho serpent is over them allIFor Safer Fins tow and ilx shoats Call o- nDrVfm Eonaan Hartford Ky t c 1 fJ tfi fi R11W IIfIPI Ct1t of fj work or a11 you jvs as the bt in my line I am no bit the 6c and lOc Store sold my inter gj Jj est to G E will till my time Jj to the All 99 9 s 9 9 lr T JrJ TrooJ J t L =II Hl lr L lr lli find the 500 Shoes other Boot Shops rI iL FIL FIL Fti2 Sept 12Mr G W Patterton of Dallas Tex Is visiting relatives friends here Miss Rena Tichenor returned toher home here last Saturday afer ten days visit to in Central City 11 D Williams who has been quite sick for some timel s no better- J D Bell and J S Igleheart spent a few days visiting relatives near Mc Henry last week- J M and Joe Kincheloe of Central City spoilt Saturday and Sunday here Ross Bennett and Roscoe Render of Hartforrd spent a few days here the first of the week the guests of relatives Rev L W Tichenor went to Hart I For Infanta and Children I The Kind You Have I More than per cent of the teachers of this county received their training in this famous old schoo Its students and graduates have won distinction in every honorable occupation of man Its growth has been steady its influence has wldenedand Its equipment lot doing excellent teach- Ing Is made better from yearto Last years enrollment was the larg est In the history of the school and it Is expected that next mnet will be even larger Students may enter at any time and are given private assistance when It Is needed The First Term begins September 2 1907 Second term begins November 1 1907 sent free Address all to L X Hartford v College Hartford Little Early Risers are good for any one who needs a pill They are small safe sure little pills that do not gripe or sicken Sold by all m Sept 11Rev Curry preached our del1c tory sermon In tine Methodist church for us last Sun presented his work In a pleasing and manner to an attentive audience l The pr tract d meeting held here by Revs Grant and Baker was a great revival to saint and sinner Our people the organi zation of an Epworth League very goon herej The Sunday School Is taking eVery thing before It G W Patterson of Dallas Texwas a pleasant visitor in our town Sun day X An public school under I r L THE bit 5 p lciIsbtill at the s Incoht k t tanrt and here to stay tj tardy to do till kinds repair cheap cheapest anything longer Connected 1ewith having Banikat and devote Jeweler business work guaranteed 9 999999iFWl I The Burt S Packard 500 KORRECT SHAPEs t Shoe is the shoe that has I this positive guarantee mfri1 If the upper breaks before the sole Is worn we will replace with a now of ShOeS PACKARD i FInD or r rLllrpJ will Guaranteed at FAIR CO wand FirstClass generally MATANZAS and relatltves MondayCASTORIA Always Bought Bearsatnrethoef Hartford College seventyfive year yearsenroll Catalogues communications GrayPresident Ky- DeWitts druggists CENTERTOWN otLewlsport dayHe Impressive contemplate Interesting Jeweler throughIW BROCKTOmrn IYou TELEPHONESFORCOUNTRY Send for our NoJ ituloKne with latest price list LHrpe tock of phones and line supplies njn HI ntly on hand I JAMES Cl ARK JR ELECTRIC COi8U WMnlN 3tIoulnvlieKy the control of Profs Hoagland and Davis is now in a flourishing coifdl tionInfant of U S Whalin is In a precarious condition The sale of town lots here Tuesday was largely attended and land sold very high Lookout for us to comeJackson Bros made an extensive purchase of town lots on North Church St this week- J B Maddox and daughter Mattle left for Eastern markets today topiir chase fall and InC goOdSI t TOO LATE FOR SUNNYDALE Sept 6Rev Joseph A Goodman filled his regular appointment at Mar vin Chappel Sunday He preached his farewell sermon Mr Willie Bean wife and daughter Beatrlceand little slsterMaryof Hart ford visited Mrs Beans parents Mr and Mrs Joe Ferguson of near here last week Mr and Mrs A T Grume and Miss Irene Whlttlnghlll visited puss Whlt tlnghlHs parents Mr and Mrs Cicero J Whittinghill near Shrove from Friday until Sunday Mr Willie Bean and daughter Beat rice and sister Mary of Hartford attended church at Marvin Chapel Sunday Mr Jelin Dodsonwlfe and children and Mrs Florence Willis and Children of Palo visited at Mr Sidney Dodson Sunday evening Miss Eva Hines near here visited her sister Mrs H E Renfrow Sat urday night Miss Delpha Du can of Dundee visited her cousin Miss Amanda Dun can of this place Saturday and Sun DuncanLizzieWillie WhobreY and Chas Duncan visited at Sidney Dodsons Saturday evening x children atDosettT tto visit Mr Jennings mother If A todaytoClyde Young of S ephensburg Ky Found at Last J A Harmon of Lizemore WeserVa says At last I have fvt perfect pill that never dlsap and for tho benefit of othei i with torpid liver and chroi kjPatton will say take Dr Klnb N satisfactory25em 10 Ith 4