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Ih Jt 1 s f 6 1kpub1ic4n Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TIlL INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOTj XX HARTFORD OffllO COUNTY ICY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1907 No10 i II iiOEDEeS SLAYER REfERRED TO IN f ROWERS REGENT STATEMENT NAMED Sensational Affidavit of Mrs Liila Clark Turner Igo did the Shooting at Instance of Son of Late John Sanford v Richmond Ind Sept 21 Turner Igo of Farmers Rowan county Ky is charged with the killing of Semi tor WllHam Goebcl of Kentucky in an affidavit by Mrs Lulu Clark which was published exclusively by the Rich mend Ind Evening Item today In Mrs Clarks affidavit which was tak en at Indianapolis on April 11 1907 in the law office of exGov W Si Taylor of Kentucky she says her maiden name was Lulu Williams and she was born at Rothwell Menifee county Kyl but lived most of her life and at the time of Goebels murder her home was at Mount Sterling Ky She is a niece of Judge Frank Day of Frenchburg Ky and also of James Williams of the same place She has a cousin named Gertrude King who lived at Maysvlllo at lhe tImo of Goe bels murder Miss King was at that time keeping company with John Sanford of Covlnuton Ky Upon the day of Goebels murder the two girls went to Frankfort Ky They started to enter the State House by the rear entrance and then oji the steps a shot was fired At the same time they noticed a man standing just Inside the door whom they recog nized as Stanford In a minute u second man came running out of the building dressed like a mountaineer and carrying a rifle He ran to Stan ford and said1 I go the That man wPf3 recognized by the affiant as her friend Turner Igo of Farmers Rowan county Ky Both men ran out of the building to a fence where Sanford gave a pair of shoes which he was carrying to Igo who exchanged his boots for them The affiant states that Igo told her at the Mt Sterling depot on January 25 1900 that he was going to kill Goo bel and that she saw him afterwards at Jeffersonvllle Ind and he remind ed her that he had fulfilled his prom- Ise She also says that Stanford had told Gertrude King a few days prior to Goebels murder thathe intended to kill Goebel saying hero Is my chance to get revenge The Legisla ture has met- STANFORD IN FAR EAST Cincinnati 0 Sept 21The John Sanford mentioned In tho Richmond Ind dispatch Is a son of the late At torney John Sanford who was killed by William Goebel during a political tight In Covington Kysome years ago Goebel was acquitted but ypung San ford was nfany times quoted as threat enlrig to get oven and has even beer su pecq of the murderalthough di rect evldeuce Was lacking His mother wife of the dead manls at present In a sanitarium in Lexlngtonhcr mind having given way after the strain Several times she has been quoted as having declared that het son had killed Goebel but owing to her mental condition and the lack of corborating evidence these statements were not generally regarded as worthy of credence Young Sanford tans not been at hofmo for about two years but Is understood to have gone to Chlnaand is now somewhere In the Far East SANFORD IN FAR EAST Indianapolis Ind Sept 21W S Taylor whom the elf ntucky authori ties charge with having hull a hand in the Goebel murder expressed re iret tonight that the information glv l en privately In his office two years 1 ago had come to light Ho pointed out that publication at that time might make verification Impossible Ho urg ed that nothing bo printed because ho hoped to locate the woman who was With Mrs Clark Taylor regarded the womans story Las valuable Inasmuch as it tended to drove that poebels murder was the outcome or a personal foudrather than of a political conspiracy lhls Had icon Taylors contention from tho very Beginning Preliminary to the first trial of Caleb Powers frlendsof the iSecretary of State had sought to es tablish the fact that John Sanford was hnaIQreeognizedbne from the Executive building as t ford 1 w j w t Effort to establish SatiWrdS1 Urea r y VC W I once In the city on the memorable day failed although one man was found- I who swore to having seen Sanford on an inbound Frankfort train that morn- Ing in company With a stranger wno answered the description given by the Clark woman as that of the man with I Sanford when the two dashed from the Executive building following thecrack- of the rifle used by the assassin of j Goebel The deposition of Mrs Clark said that the shot appeared to have been fired from a firstfloor room of the Executive building and Mr Taylor brought out in his questioning that this room was some distance away from that occupied by Powers as an office and from which the fatal shot was thought by many to have been friedSo gratified tvas Taylor with the testimony of the Clark woman that he Immediately made efforts to locate the King girl that she might vrlfy thee statements and fill them in with statements of her own The story ofthe Clark woman vas to the effect tht on the days Goebel was shot she was In Frankfrotin company with a young woman friend who lived In a nearby town The two had gone to the Kentucky capitol to visit the Legislature Approaching the Execu tive building they heard the slurp crack of a rifle and Immediately thereafter two men drescd In charac teristic Kentucky garb ran down the stepsthence around the building to an obscure byway and entered a curtain ed buggy which was In watlngwhere upon they drove rapidly away stop ping orily long enough for one of the mcnlQ pull off a pair of shoes and put on a pair of boots Oftheklnd used I by KentuckyjniouiitpJia5Sr According to tho Clark wotman statements she and her friend were greatly alarmed by the exciting scenes which followed the shootlngand they decided that It was best for thou to return to the little town whence they had come This they dldtaklng tho first train that afternoon News papers read by them on the homeward journey told of the horrible crime that had been committed and the Clark wqmans friend according to tho deposition cautioned her against saying anything about the two having been near the scene for fear that they mlgh become involved The woman feared being hold as a witness Inasmuch ns she was to leave the following day for Des Moines la to marry a man of that city Tho next day tho Clark woman returned to Indiana and her friend took a train for Des Miles Within a few days Mrs Clark also left this part of the country and she know nothing about the stirring Inci dents following the murder until perhaps two years later when she came back to this State Then she learned of the fate of Caleb Powers Youtsey and Howard and the fight from their State of Taylor Finley and other of ffclals Being convinced that the Goe bel assassination was the oucomo of a personal feud rather than of a political consplracyas had been generally ac cepted In Kentucky the Clark woman thought It her duty to speak Accord ingly her story was told to a newspa per man who In turn repeated It to Taylor POWERS STATEMENT Caleb Powers said tonight over tho telephone In his cell at Gerogetown concerning the story front Indiana- I have been In possession of Mrs Clarks affidavit for some time but have not made It public because I did not thing the time was ripe I do not care to say nothing further about It I never knew either Mrs Clark or Igo Powers did not seem to be pleased with the publication of the story as It is understood he had intended to spring It as a sensation at his next trial It Is said that Powers referred to Igo and based he recently headmade that discovered who killed Goebel on the affidavit of Mrs Clark which ho had In his pos session at that time DENIED BY SANDFORD Friends of Sandford deny that he was in Frankfort at the time Goebol was killed or that he knew anything about It On tho other hand We are Informed by C P Keown exSheriff of Onto county that he was In Frankfort on the Saturday night before tho killing and a gentleman offered to introduco him to young andfordbut when they went to the Frankfort Ho tel where he was stopping the clerk Informed them that he had Just stepp J ddiut x SUM CROWD j lEARlLLAFOONI I I Speaker Drags out Race Ques i tion and Gomels Ghost Appeal to Prejudice and Passio- Full of Mjssrepresenta tionII Hon Ruby Lafoon Democratic can didate for State Treasurer spoke here Tuesday to probably the smallest au dience that ever greeted a candidate for a State office at Hartford By ac tual count there were only 51 person s present U of whom were Republi caps and two colored Only 3 persons were present who carne to tho speaking from the country and one of them drove fir Lafoon over from Beaver Dam The speaker began his speech with an appeal to race prejudice tumid end ed with the worst sort of demagogy ban y appeal to the poor as against the rich In one breath ho charged that the Ro publlcans would If given power bu compelled to recognize the colored peo pie because as he claimed 80000 of them vote the Republican ticket In Kentucky and In the next he declar ed the Republicans had only used the negro as a hewer of wood and drawer of water ami had never giv t en them any pie To use Ills own expression this looked to sonic of his audience like blowing hot and cold quesItlonBradley had while Governor places a negro Stewart over the Inmates of the Hopklnsvlllc Asylum when In truth Judge Alex Anderson a whit I man was Stewart at Hopkinsvill Brads hey i This vVas however about in keeping with his accuraticy when Ime staled that Bradley had appointed Deboo Son ator und then forced his election by I surrounding time State Houso with bey onets Everybody knows that Bradle never appointed Deboe to any positlo- in his life and also as the writer who was a member of the House at the time knows that Deboe was elect ed at the special session of the leg Islature In 1S97 when there was not a soldier on the State House square and had not been for a YO1IMr Lafoon devoted of his speech to the Goebel assassina tion which he evidently considered second in Importance as a vote getting theme to the egro domination j liradeneithcr of which elicited any in j terest or applause among his audi tors who are tired of hearing these i matters threshed over every year to keep a sot of titan in power who dont care a fig for either He justified j the theft of the State offices in 1899 i by the old charge of soldiers at time polls and tissue ballots In Repub- lIcan counties neglecting to tell his hearers however that the Identical paper was used by the saute printer J for time ballots in Graves and other large Democratic counties His charg I In this connection that Gov Bradley I marched through time streets of Louisville at the head of soldiers Is abso lutely untrue It Is a matter of his tory that no member of tho State Guard in Louisville was on the streets i on that day In uniform until seven oclock p m three hours after the polls closed and then a squad of sevl en went to some precinct at the ur gent request of a DemcoratIc Circuit Judge to enforce an order which he I had made on tho election officers to j allow a Republican Inspector to be present at the count Mr Laugh foon must have thought the people of Ohio county very Ignorant when ho attempted to bofuddle them with such glaring misrepresentations Only a small part of the speakers valuable 1 time could be spared from the allImpending negro question and I the Goebel funeral oration to talk about State financier He admitted the excessive print bill hut blamed It all on exAttorney General Pratt hobo claimed passed on it and said It was regular However he did not contend that Mr Pratt had anything to do with letting the cqntract The truth Is and Mr Lafoon knew It If ho knows anything Pratt only passed on tho question of whether tho State was legally bound o pay the bill af ter It had been Incurred No records were producedto prove any of the board claims made by time speaker with reference to the States finances but his hearers hero laltfays referred to the records at L 7 I Frankfort with a flourish of his hand as though that oUght to clinch any sort pfargumentThe will remember the condition Kentqcky was In when Bradley became Governor The State had suspended payment on all warrants and an outstanding Indebtedness had accu mulated amounting to 170000 This had to he provided for by an Increase in taxation but tho same law provided that it should drop back to the old metnllollarImaimedllr Lafoon neglected to tell his au idience how he stood on the county lunlc question although he undertook to criticise Mr Wlllfions position on that law He also neglected to tell about the Iniquitous gerrymander by his party of tho legislative districts or the Increase of offices and salaries amounting to over 100000 per year Probably the most contemplble part of this remarkable speech witsthe effort at National policies wherein he told in bland and guileless manner that the Republican tralff had caused time tobacco trust mad that the price of to bacco hud been kept down by a tax levied by Republicans If IIr Lafoon or any other Democrat will prove this to be true the writer will ngrru to vote for him There la no tax on the formers tobacco except as It might get caught for State taxes lev ied by Mr Lafoons party No plan ter of tobacco would want the tariff removed as that is just what the trust would hail with delight It would open this country up to Cuban to bacco and enable It to Ignore the To bacco Growers Association Any of fort to remove the Tariff from tobac co or hemp would meet with a howl of disapproval from every Democratic member of Congress from Kentucky and yet this demagogue who is seek hatredsand by reviving forgotten anamosi sties mud opening old sores would try to array the farmers against time Republican party on u question upon whlcii that party IH standing by them like a stone wall Wo dare Mr Lv foes or any other Lfrmucratlc candi date to go dice the tobacco sections tariffycountynhave not forgotten the Cleveland prices Mr Lafoon WOMANi Travels on Horse Followed by Numerous Dogs A vagabond woman mounted on a nondescript pony and followed by a number of mongrel dogs Is attracting attention In the northern part uri the county The woman is described as very small rather young meanly cjiui and of rood Intelligence She travels little stops occaslonly at a farm house and begs something to eat anti sleeps In sty out of the way place that cones handy She was ar reCd on n charge of lunacy by Fords 1 vllle police officials but falling prove the charge tube was toI The strange woman tells a story rearBIago of the earth for their murderer wlnm site claims she would know were she to meet him While her story Indicates It diseased mind she Is said to be a woman far above the average Intel licence and it Is bleleved she tells It for the jUrpose of exciting the sym pathy of the people of whom she gets the scanty living for her unhappy self and luckless animals No alarm need be felt of the appearance of this strange creature in a nelhborhood 13 tit Is just a plain harmless female tramp with no other motive than to get a living after the manner of vagabonds she claims to hove booth arrested ninetythree times and she has been for sometime a familiar figure in Hancock and Breckenrldgo counties Miss Rowe Leaves Miss Edwina Rowe has gone td Champaign 111 where she will en ter tho University of Illinois Miss Rowe will take a special course in kindergarten work Miss Rowe has already had much experience In thin lino of work She is a graduate of the Louisville kindergarten school Miss Rowe was recently offered a po sition in a kindergarten in Now York City and may accept a position In that city after New Year Owensboro Messenger It t oc HELM BRUtE ON TYLERS PLATFORM Learned Democratic Lawyer I Treats Matter Fully Aspirant for Mayor Would fce Menace to HomeLovineI I People of City I II I I Friends of Mr Owen Tyler candidate for Mayor of Louisville ouhu Machine which Is the Democratic ticket fixed up an acrostic for their candidate Saturday in which the on ly feature of Interest was Mr Tylers attitude toward time Sunday closing question It makes Mr Tyler favor the repeal of the Sunday closing sta tute but what Mr Tyler as Mayor could have to do with that question of State legislation Is not known Mr Helm Bruce In an open leuer printed below treats this matter fully Mr Bruce sarsIMR TYLERS PLATFORM ITho open announcement of lIr Owen TylerDemocrallc candidate for Mayor of Louisville that he favors the repeal of the Sundayclosing law is preg nant with a significance which every thoughtful man and woman should take time io consider It cannot be lightly disregarded as mere politics or as a matter which does not concern the man of quiet life who lives a home and takes no part in public rat- fairs It does not raise a political question In the ordinary sense of titan rarlrclorry But It is a matter which direct = I ly affects the homo and the home lIre of the uteri and the women and tin r children of this city Mr Tylers dlI chmuion Is practically renunclationi of a bellet that has run through tho i I lllllIfeI mIthinkI is written only in Section 1303 or iJ21 j the Kentucky Statutes and that IOf repeal of that Statute would end I the smatter No the Sunday closing1 law was set forth when the great mor al constitution of mankind was writj ten by the finger of God upon tab lets of stone It was written at the I santo time and declared by the same Almighty Being as the commands Thou shalt not kill Thou shalt not steal I Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor j The God of the Sabbath Is the God of the home They are alike sacred Institutions protected by the same divine authority He who established tho holy relations of husband and wife and father and mother anil cjild tumid protected titer sanctity by tin commands Thou shalt not commit adultery and Honor thy father und thy mother likewise at the stone tlmo gave the command Remember tho Sabbath day to keep It holy Kiplings famous song On tho IIn to Mnundalay the singer lungs a land Where there aint no ten cprI shores of America We have so long been aecustonid to being robed of our right of suf frage by those who tear not tin IKW of the State that many have become Indifferent on time subject hum we uvc not yet prepared to submit to bettor robbed of tho Christian Sabbath by those who fern not time law of G xl The declaration of Mr Tyler will bring to his support all tho lawless and tho Godless elements of the cvy They know that under Lime laws as they are now being administered they are greatly restrained In their evil desires In Mr Tyler thry will 2it their opportunity They will combine to support him They will sat f+ tl that a tiny or a dollar spent for M Is thrown away They will not simply wish hint luck they will work m him personally actively and con Ini ously till the day of election 1 thoroughly believe that organized vr tuo Is stronger than organised vUi but disorganized and listless virtue L not stronger than organized nnd ac tive vice I therefore appeal to nil people of this city to those who 1v- its good nameto those who love deccir living to throso who love or even re spent the Sabbath day to those who whether themselves professing belt vj ers or not yet cherish fragrant mom orles of homes where the fear of Gii shed Us sweet and refining Influonro to those who do not want their loved L ones to live in a place where thero aint no ten commandments to nil these 1 appeal to rouse themselves and prepare to resist a combination which threatens all they hold dour To all these I appeal to form and execute a purpose to stake whatever sacrifice of personal ease or comfort or time or labor for labor or thought may be necessary to see that the man who SabbathdayLouisville HELM BRUCE September 22 1907 Off for Jamestown Editor C E Smith and wife left Tuesday for Jamestown accompanied by Misses Cora Thomasson Etholyu Jones and Bertha Pirtle Misses Thom assou and Jones being tin winners In the contest recently conducted by thu Republican while Miss Pirtle goes as a guest having gotten the second highest vote of any one in the race The party will be gone about eight days and will visit Washington city as well as the great Exposition at Jamestown FOR THE BUSY READER At Jackson Ed Callahan was arrest ed on a warrant sworn out by his brother Roger charging complicity in the murder ot Dr B D Cox Call ahuu gavo bond and was released Y 4 Oscar Konbort formerly cashier oil the First National Bank at Baton Rouge La is missing while United States officers are searching for him with a warrant charging him with a defalcation of 00000 r s The influx of Chinese to Jamaica Is a serious matter One section of the press at Kingston Is urging the Gov ernment to take steps to prevent mote landing as being detrimental to lovtal trade 11 tt 1 William H Hearst has given out u statement in New York denying that he Is a candidate for the presidency and asserting that tae could not conceive of rimy conditions under which he would be willing to become a candidate ii t ij The Jamestown Exposition directors have adopted resolutions indorsing Ii rcstor General Janna M Burr and ask ing him to rocoiiMdor his resignation It looks like a signal victory for Mr Ban1 over President Tucker and the friends of the latter admit Mr Barr has 11 working majority in the hoard Y t George W Llborth InUinnl Rove emie Collector tot the Sixth Kentucky district was found dead in bed at his home In Newport Tuesday morn ing Death was due to heights dis ease and HBtliim with other eompll cntio Lobenh was only 11 years old hrd mrvvnl in iho Kentucky Legis laturo and been clerk of the United States Court In Torso Rico 0Heres a-o a Test for NervesuCan you hold a glass brim ming full of water without spilling a drop If you cant your nerves are not in good condition- If you are nervous and Irritable without cause if you arc easily tired out and unstrung if you arc troubled with sleepless nights and poor appe tite then fic remedy you need is CeleryIron Tonic This Is a constitutional nerve tonic and food Celery is a nerve tonic Iron Is a nerve food It nour ishmentaudncwlifetoyourexhausted nervous system and reduces the effects of mental and physical fatigue It goes directly to the nerve tissues as perfecthealthIts the medicine you need James H Williams Thefl Slorc J Y in Jl T t- JI ++ + + f4 + + f fJMMONWEALIH ATTORNEY FRANKLINS PROMISE OF IMMUNITY TO TAYLOR i And His Qpportunity in the Baily Precinct Matter let Him Snow His Good Faith by Insisting on Punishment for These Election ThievesI A few days ago I saw published a very unusual ordertherefore pabinh ed entered among the criminal orders of the Franklin Circuit Court at the motion of Hon Robert FranklinCom mouwealths Attorney dlsmisslngor rather suspendlngacertaln indictment pending in that court against one who was a witness for a defendant charged with a capital offensefor the avowed purpose of relieving that witness of any fears of arrest- I had the Idea that any one any where in the State at any time had the right to apprehend one charged with a felony against the peace and dignity of the Commonwealth of hen tuckywitlior without bench or other Trarrantso long as the person charged had not heen pardonedconvictedac qulttedor put in jeopard Neither a Governor except by a pardon nor a Judge nor a Commonwealths Attorney may capriciously stay or paralyze the arm of the law The witness fV S Taylor has never been arraigned nor has he been seen in the hands of I the court nor even been arrested A private person may make an arrest when lie has reasonable grounds for I believing that the person arrested has committed a felony Crim Code Sec 37 Ko long as a man may prosecuted for a crime he may be 311 rested for committing it and held for bail or without bail and it may bt confidently believed that the generous fund provided for that purpose in hla case would tempt a test of the law on tho question Thus far In our laws conIvictiouThe order mentioned does not recite that it was made at the solicitation of the defendant or even with his knowl edge One is hound to conclude It amaualed in the fertile brain of tine gracious mtorwy of the State am1 after bHiis sufficiently advised was granted by a righteous Judge How t ewer does i not strike the tar of tin State accustomed u practice like CUM es its hointhiag phenomenal that ai Common ilths Attorney should go to this loiif h to aid a defendant IU j sides why the exercise of these unJ usual offices of the court just at this j Umo Vly did the generous impulse I first seize the active alert Common weallhB Atornoy now instead of at some U s fxcituhle time in the long years of Powers Imprisonment Can thcr0 be it si nomone conjunct a- stsuunlratd wit once put It in all ills 1Lrish the thought that this Is but another way for the distinguished gentlemen to produce dramatically on a larger forum tho ensanguined gar ments of fie lamented Goebel Now lor u suggestion it would seen that tho Franklin Circuit Court is in I session pirhapu its grand jury huh not yet been discharged but even if It I bar been a special venire could be em pnuelcd It has been chargedopenly notoriously ta the whole world in the eouliiiue of the Louisville Herald a jjapor jmlilvied dally in the city of Loulbvlll Ii t In an election precinct in the iO rouiity of FranklinknowM os Baht y Jrtcinct at a State tJictj Uou lnlil 11 elect State officers from Governo1 vn the election officers ntuntngt all good Democrats in that pnvhic did knowingly receive std retoni nr cause to be recorded the vote 1 Pear A Apple IL Grass ii rir R Hoad S Sycamore A Ash Xixouic Der Loomp aid JiTers other pseudo votes known by I wild olio IE iot to be legal von rs sort I y It M I voters gill so 1101I did count iKin for 1 C 1V P for Governor and S W Hager for Au ditor thereby nicking or aiding in making or r alto izing the malting up of a fuNe 11111 fraudulent poll book for said clrm precinct in violation of I the statu made and provided and ngnlnst the peace and diguly of 15811JWill not Mr Franklin move the I hurt to especially instruct his grand jury in tills matter and urge them in i I tho name of the laws whose sanctity has been violated in the name of llnj Republicans whose rights lr they have any lu his tatiaintiou have been oui i raged in the name of the Common wealth whose dignity has been spit upon and finallyin the name of common decency to bring iu an indict motet against these parties for making tor aiding in makingor authorizing tin unakljus up of a false and fraudulent poll book the same being a felony punishable by confinement in tho penl tentlary from one to five years a for feiture of office and a permanent dis Itqualificationwould likely be useless to trouble the jury to try to find indictments against J Iar J =e J JtJ li l j M anyone for falsely personating A Apple P Pear B Grass R Road or- S Sycamore for neither of these might be able audibly to convince the jury that they had been falsely personated It makes no difference MoxNix ousees macht nichts aus whether all voters be found Der Loomp the lump of them might probably do and if not Waldner the election clerk might suffice It might not be amiss to suggest for witnesses the names ot E Elm H Hickory R Raspberry S Spring C Creek H Shoes R Roof B Cap H House N Willow A Wil low and for further reference I would respectively call attention to the names to be found on the first page of the Louisville Herald of date September 141907and on the second page of the Louisville Evening Post of the same date- However and on the other hand if after a full and fair and through investigation of the matter the charge in the newspapers mentioned be found to be false then let an indictment be found against = iieir publishers and proprietors for criminal libel The charge is unequivocally made In those papersIn those articles that it Is an undeniable fact that there are 219 votes In that precinct tho total vote of the precinct being 115 votes but 219 votes counted for Beckham under and In the clrcumstancese bfore stated However the law fixes a mild penalty considering the gravity of the offense charged It is a species of treasonl more hurtful to civic respect loss of confidence In a fair ballot that is the offense of giving old and com fort to a foreign enemy Meanwhile Mr Franklin will be in the public eye engaged in a matter immediate and vital moment to the1of of the State as well as of Franklin county and if indictments be found and convictions be had In dependent of the party he will re ceive the well done thou good and faithful servant However if he let this court pass without an Investigation he will merit and deserve the odium of all citizens who respect and revere the I fair name of the commonwealth And would It be too bold to Inquire whats the matter with the learned t Judge of the Fourteeneh Circuit acting upon his own initiative in the State scandal In view of the open notorious and outrageous character of the Infor mation cast broadcast over the State JOHN FRANCIS LOCKETT Henderson Ky Sept 17 1S07 I o sT0aIAwt theThs Kind You Have Always Bought rl sre- MOOSE ATTACKSA HORSE I I And Horse Retorts in Kind an Accident of the Maine Woods Three young men front Milltowu near Calais went out into the try districts recently to theI day and left their old horse standingI under the shade of the whispering nnIturesnorting of their sleedand upon reach ling the spot where the animal was tied they witnessed an exciting encounter between a bull moose and the horse The monarch of the forect just hap pened along and found the horse en cronchlng upon his domain and very naturally resented the intrusion lit made a run for the unfortunate steed and a bowon collision was almost a sure thing when the old horses fight IllS blood got up and Instead of wait Ing to be rammed like a fishing boat ui a fog he stood upon his hind legs and caught the bull moose a swat fair upon the nosa with both forefeet Moth animals sat down suddenly to think the matter over the noose from the surprise of the shock and the horse because he lost his ballanceand It would doubtless have gone hard with latter which was encumbered with 1the hanress and rigging had not the young mon set upon the forest king with yells just as he was about lo resume the attack upon his helpless adversary Any one who remembers the noise which a Milltown man is capable of making when out for a good time will pardon the moose for his sudden and undignified retreat Dally Konnebec Journal e rNotice- To Miners and Farmers We ask ot jou not to buy wagons or buggies rom the HlckraanEbbcrt companyol Owonsboro Ky until they recognize the union and employ union men Done by order of the local JOHN WILSON Recording Secretary Echols local No 078 U M W of A tt I t6v t I J 0 CANDIDATE FOR LIGHT GOVERNQ I The Rev J D Hocker is aI Raving Maniac i First Attempt at Suicfdd Was Made at Livermore ThreeI j Weeks Ago The Rev J D Hocker Prohibition t isIa on Fourth street says the Owensboro Mea senger For some time past he has appeared to be mentally deranged andI Saturday became violent I Mrs Hocker is the mother of s ten weeks old child The ohter members of the family have been sent away from home on account of Mr Hookers ravings Well Paul Barth committed sui cide and I am going to follow his course This statement was made by Mr Hocker shortly atfer the form er Mayor of Louisville killed himself Yesterday he made the second at tempt to carry out his announced in tention of selfdestruction He went to the drug store of C F Gillim and tried to buy a quantity of morphine Dr Gillim refused to sell it to him and subsequently notified several of I the neighbors to watch Hocker as the indications were that he was trying to commit suicide After his failure to secure the morphine Hocker went across the street into a vacant lot and sat on the ground Several men who live In th neighborhood went to him and in duced him to return to his home He was violent during the entire day and was particularly so last night He imagines that he is Lazarus in the role of Divers and calls constant ly for water Dr C J Lockhart is attending him- Hookers first attempt at selfde struction was made more than two weeks ago He became 111 while con ducting a revival at Livermore and the attending physician prescribed a very strong medicine to be taken at intervals In small quantities The I bottle was left on a table in reach I of Mr Hock r and when the attend ants left the room he drained the bottleThe Rov Mr Hocker is a Baptist minister and Is well known through out this section His home vasoJs inally in Ohio county but he has lived in Owensboro for several years He huts had charges at several places In Davlcss and the surrounding counties and has done considerable evan gelistic work He was spiritual con fesor to Roy Green the negro who was hanged two years and a half ago for the murder of James Cooms At that time he was editor of a paper culled the Truthteller and adver tised for several days in advance of the execution that Greens full con fession would be printed in his paper Immediately following the hanging- It is understood that Mr Hocker will be taken to a sanitarium today SHERIFFS SALE By virtue of execution No 112 Book 12 directed to Ill which issued from the Clerks Office of the Ohio Circuit ourtin favor of W P Brown against Josephine Layton or one of my deputies will on Monday the 7th day of October 1907 between the hours of 1 oclock p m and 4 oclock p in at the court house door in HartfordOhio county Kentucky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be neccstary to satisfy Plain tiffs debt Interest and costs toWit 17900 and 2070 cost and the cost of making the sale viz i A certain lot or parcel of land on I North Main street in the town of Rock port Ohio county Kentucky known I as tho W P Graves property deeded by said Graves to Luther Rock i and by Rock to M J Reddish by herIas follows viz Beginning at a stake north west corner of the Jennie Fogle property ton Main Street thence westwardly I with Main Street 105 feet to a slone corner of E Tilfords lot thence southI paralell with said Jennie Fogles to a stone on North street thence east i with lino of said North street to a stone corner of thp said Jennie Fogles lotlhence north With said Fogles line I to the beginning less 1C feet full length of the said Emory Tillfordls lot Said property was convoyed to I Josephine Layton by Clara and Louis Rogers by deed of March 10 1904an I recorded in deed book 25 folio GIG Ohio county Clerks office Alsoa certain tract or parcel of lying in town of Rockport Ohio cou ty Ky known as lots No 23 and 24 and bounded as follows Beginning I thCnCWestI and flflyelght foot and six inches to I a stake on High Street thence South 132 feet to a stake in the alley thence East ten degrees North 158 feet and six Inches to the beginning Same conveyed to Joe R Layton by George M Rowe and Sallie E Rowe the 29th toRof Rockport Ohio county Ky lot being the Southern part of Lot No 27 and abounded as follows Beginning at the S E corny on Home Alley at a stake thence North 10 degrees West 210 feet Tto a stake corner of S L Fulkcrsons lot thence a southwestern ly course with S L Fulkersons line 163 feet to the S V corner of same then ce South 10 East CO feet to a stake on Bluff Alley thence South 51 East IDS feet to a stake thence north- beginning80 East 36 feet to the being house and lot now occupied by Mrs Joephlno Layton levied upon as the property of Josephine Layton TERMS Sale will be made on a apIforest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of a sale bond Witness my hand this 17th day or September 1907 R B MARTIN S 0 CIBy S A BRATCHER D S Barnett Smith attorneys d Hartford Business Institute A strong business preparation for a successful commercial career is now recognized as a necessity by every leading men One of Americas great jest business men said The young man who starts at this time will stan little chance of success without thor ough business training And for the young woman of today the best safeguard she can have is a business education by means of which to earn her livelihood whenever necessity de manna What could be more pitiable luxee ry thrown on her own resources with out a practical education- It is no longer a question of getting positions for students but getting stu dents ready for positions The demand is greater than the supply While we have had a strong class of students during the past two years we have not been able to fill the demands that haVe been made upon us for compe tent bookkeepers and stenographers Young men and young women with a good common school education have enrolled with us finished the course and with their money making capacity greatly increased have gone out to positions of honor and trust Do you want to be one of this num ber of successful wing people If so write us for further Information Catalogs sent free Address all communi cations to Nettle Rogers Principal Hartford Ky OASXOZtIAHave Always Bought BthCi The way to get rid of n coldwheth er It be a bad cold or Just a little ono 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 no opiates and acts gently on the bow els Pleasant to take Sold by all druggists rmA VERY POISONOUS PLANT Some of the Early History of Tobscco in This Country and France For a long time the tobacco plant grew unknown and solitary in the wild of America It attained a height of six feet The foreigners came here with brandy to get drunk ona vio lent poison and the Indians not to be outdone Introduced them to to bacco another violent poison A fair exchange was made tho Indian got druk on the white mans brandy and the white man got drunk on tho red mats tobacco Prominent among the family of poisonous plants are the henbane the- tobaccodatum stramonium and the plant The tobacco plant is perhaps n little less poisonous than the datum but It is more poisonous than the hone bane which is a violent poison Those who began putting tobacco dust snuff up their noses as a cerebral stimulant were first laughed at and then persecuted more or less King James I of Eengland wrote against snufftakers a book entitled Mlsocapuos The meaning is fn hater of smoke He also wrote A Couulerblaslo to Tobacco Pope Ur- I ban XIII excommunicated alt persons who took snuff in churches The Em press Elizabeth thought It necessary tc ofexthose who used the black dust dur ing the divine services and authorized the beadles to confiscate the snuff boxes to their own use Amurath IV forbade the use of snuff under pain of having the nose cut off- Thrifty France was the first coun- ttry that thought of conceiving a A r F v ++P3t++++++++++4+ 0 Ii THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co INCORPORATEDI WIhh WIRE YOUR HOUSE RT GOSH 1 4 LIGHTS ARE fHEAIJrHY AND SAFE NO HOMEI IOR BUSINESS HOUSE BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN t REACH + M L HEAVRIN Manager I t +++++++++++++++++++ +++++1+++++H+++ ++F fi14 Ohio County Supply Co f fiIrIoorpoEttccl 4Hartford Ky 1 Hardware Machinery and all Kinds f I of Farming Implements E 49 i vr sjJn4o workmanship We handle only the best can fj recommend all our vehicles Can make prices to suit all customers b4 Agent for the famous Oliver Chilled Plows Blount True Blue hfj and Moline with all repairs for same J A full line of fence wire Steel and Felt Roofing Myers Deep bit 4 Well Pumps Cultivators Disc Harrows and Drills Also all kinds b of Field Seeds i- Jj We handle the following well known brands of Wagons MItch J fi ell Mogul Blount and Owensboro Also DeerIng and Milwaukee J 4j Harvesting Machinery f- H We sell the best Gasoline Engine on the market and Corn b bt4lcq call Prices always equitable bit y mwrporarea MANUFACTURES THE FAMOUS EGYPTIAN CEMENT VAULTSA- nd puts them in the grave Tho only absolutely perfect vault made It is watertight airtight ver min and wormproof Tho greatest invention of the age It youdesire to lay away the dead in the most satisfactory manner you will certainly demandone of these vaults Manufactured right here in Hart ford i BLACK BIRKHEAD V WAWttMJ worthless plant into a revenue producer No useful plant could have withstood the attacks that were made by church and State on tobacco M Crapaud said to M Saureau Let us I i seek the means of filling the coffers of the State by a voluntary i us see about selling something whichI everybody will like to do without In America there IS a plant essentially poisonous If from Its leaves you ext tract an empyreumatic oil a single dorp of it will cause an animal to die I In horrible convulsions Suppose we offer this plant for sale chopped up or reduced to a power We will sell it very dear and tell peoplo to stuff nosesIM Crapaud Tile first time that a man will smoke glddlInessby dergecs and in time he will get so 1 i accustomed to it that he will feel such j symptoms now and thenwhen he I smokes tobacco that is bad or too 1 strong or when he is not well or in I five or six other cases Those who take disIagreeable I ing and establish in their nose a sort of perpetual blister We will sell it very dear and reserve to ourselves the monopoly of It M Crapaud was heartily laughed at positivelyiwill envy you thp iprivilege of selling a common weed that no one will care to buy You might as well open a shop and write on It Kicks sold hero or Suchraa one sells blows wholesale and retail You will find as many customers as for your poisonous weed Who would have believed that the per4rteclly cutoff J4 animpost tilidintothestaple article of food was much f V moredifficultPress 1 v J JJ t I A Y801 NAI lIVEFILIPINIM- atriculates a Kentucky University asa Student i First Member of His Race Ever dmltted to a in itI1I01 j adImtttedlege matriculated the past week at I f Kentucky University His name Is P Basllio Tuentos Osayos and he conic from the village of Dao Antique Pana Island which is one of the larger of tl1 lltilppine group He Is 22 1o ge and has been In the UnitedI States about three years Lexington from San Diego Callfornii where ho attended the public school for a time He Is accompanied by his former teachersJohn Christopher son and Richard Hellbron both ol I San Diego who have also come to Lexington to attend Kentucky unlver city 1 The three have taken apartments 246 Rand avenue and the two atI Californians are quite devoted to dusky young protege from Uncle Sams far eastern Insular possessions Osa yos has matriculated In the prepara tory department of the University and his companions in the sopho more class t- Owing to the dark complexion of I Osayos which gives him the appearance of being a negro and the fact that the Day law prohibits negroes In Kentucky from attending the r game school as white students attend r it was feared that some objections would be raised in regard to admitting him to the University- Dr T B McCartney acting President of the institution was thoroughly conceived from official documents sent him from the government department of insular affairs at Washington which gave a full description of the racial antecedents and characteristic r of the Filipinos that there was not a drop of Negro blood In Osayos veins and he was promptly admitted on the same equality as the Institution has I studentslfromother countries of the Far Eust In this connection It will be of In terest to know that Kentucky Univer city has a cosmopolitan student body this year there having already been matriculated at that Institution be- sidesj the Filipino two Japs one Sy rian one Dane one New Zenlander six Canadians and twentyodd Australians Osayos the Filipino student has an representative who called upon him Saturday at his apartments found him very communicative At first sight he would be taken for a brownskinned darkey but a closer Inspection of I his features will soon satisfy the In telligent observer that he is not a member of the negro race Although as darkskinned as the average Negro he has none of the features of the Ethiopian race but looks more like u Hlndo He has not the thick lips of the negro and his straight black hair regular features and animated expression banish the suspicion that ho has negro blood in his veins He speaks in broken English but distinctly enough to be understood with little roubles Ii Osayos was one of a number of Fill pinos brought over by the government to the United States after peace had been restored in the Islands as labor 4 era with the view of testing them in comparison with the Jugs and Chi nese cfa the Pacific Coast After work Ing for ah4le at Saii Diego and get vjing a smattering of United Suites us foreigners sometimes call our lan guage he began to thirst for an edu cation and secured permission to en ter the public schools of San Diego He attended the public schools there one year Mr Christopherson one of his companions being his teacher He made commendable progress attending school and working In the family of a physician for his living expenses Christopherson became very much at tached to his dusky pupil and when he decided to come to Lexington to en ter the University Osayos showed such a decided Inclination to accompany his benefactor that It was arranged for h1110 come also He is quite happy wlm his two companions and notwith standing his dusky complexion the three occupy the same room and no dlscriminatipn is nude against Osa yos on account of his color Mr Christopherson his guardian re lates a rather amusing Incident which occurred a day or two after the young- l itulno reached Lexington and which illffitrates the race prejudice In the South Osayos needed a hair cut and r accompanied by his white companions came down town in quest of a barbershop Notwithstanding his protesta pons that he was u Filipino Osayos was ordered out of three shops and Mi ChrlBtopherson had to finally come to the rescue and vouch for his natlon alpbefore the barbers in the fourth f lt cevls1tedwo ldconscnt to gives f I IThat our American rorcsjs abound hi which possess tho most valuabl medicinal virtues Is abundantly attests by scores of tho most eminent medics writers and teachers Even the untU tored Indians had discovered time useful ness of many native plants before tho advent of tho white race This Informs tlon Imparted freely to tho whites led the latter to continue Investigations until today wo havo a rich assortment of most valuablo American medicinal roots 2v O ODr Pierce believes that our American for etta atfc rdln most valuable mediclns root to the cu t most obstinate and fatal disc It W wo proper Investigate them an of thisi conviction he vol with prl thP nlmnlt n rvnlnnl- CllMt Pf1Htef IAW hltMitTStnTa7 etpillrl nll Cove nrorr his 1t to nP thr- mQe hII- les ctmmnrh ti h H Q JMrVH re 1 d blood cleanser kn toede Ilen rspep its or indigestion lorpia HverT Tunctlonal and even valvular and other affections ofI the heart yield to Its curative action reason tchy It cures these and many TheI affections is clearly shown In a little of extracts from the standard nodical works which Is mailed free to any address by Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y to all sending request for the came ff 4Not less marvelous In tho unparalleled cures It Is constantly maklnir of womans many peculiar affections weaknesses and dtstrftslncr der1nt tents Is Dr Pierces FarorltoNTrescrlptluth as Is amply attested by thousands it testlmonlall con tributed bycfeneul pitTttrtte who have been cured bv It n c taph1r ulln- pcrllilrttIIlarltll p1lIn oTliiS- D aClmntLB kfH lcera- tlon 01 IIlern an k nr n so en after many other advcrt Psrtphysicians hag failed IclfleSDeII Both tho shove mentioned medicines are wholly mode up from the ulycerlc extracts of native medicinal root Tlio processes em ployed In their nmnufacturB were inal- with Dr Fierce and ranted on by skilled chcmUts and pharmacists with the aid of apparatus and appliance specially designed and built for this medicines tire entlrtly free rust alcohol and all other lirrtnriil habitforming drugs A full list of ilulr Inervdlunu Is printed on each buttlctvraprcr n him a hair cut At one of the shops visited at which several whlto barbers were employed the barbers all quit work and sat down when hv seated I himself In time barbers chart He does not however seem to mind the embarrassment caused by his dark complexion and takes It as quite a joke that he should be mistaken for a man of African extraction Osayos was in the San Francisco earthquake and had a narrow escape from losing his life It was after this catatrophe that he went to San Diego Acting President McCartney oi the University and the students who have become acquainted with th1 lonely native of the Far Eastern Archipeligo are most favorably impressed with his talents and predict that he will make good record Osayos expressed himself as greatly pleased with the United States and Is undecided whether or not he will return to the Philippines after he obtains his education His father and brothers and sisters still live in the Philippines and he is naturally much attached to them He remembers the recent war which re sulted in the subjugation of the Island by Uncle Sam and he believes his country will prosper under the government of the United States He says he expects to take out nautrallza tlon papers as soon as his five years residence in this country is up as he wans to be an American citizen In the true sense of the word DeWitts Little Early Risers arc rood for any one who needs a pill Whey are small safe sure little pills hat do not gripe or sicken Sold by all druggists m l J What Squirrels Eat Squirrels do not entirely subsist on nuts as most people suppose They ire largely fruit eaters and occasion ally work big havoc in the orchards ic the fall of the year They are not Wove stealing partridge eggs and on this account are not beloved by the sportsman Even poultry when they tray as they often will and lay eggs Beyond the confines of the poultry yard suffer from attacks of squirrels when the mother bird Is away In pine tree districts these little climbers ire fond of splitting the pine cones ind eating the seeds thereof But above all things squirrels are fond of fungus They will not have anything to do with the common or garden mushroom but confidently devour the most yellow and poisonous looking oadstools that grow in damp woods and fields They never store these or they know well that fungi will not keep They devour them greedily as they come to light and revisit the i spot as soon as fresh spawn renews he kinds of toadstools that squirrelsI know to be poisonous and these they will not touch DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is good for boils burns cuts scalds and skin diseases It is especially good for piles Sold by all druggists m DEAF MUTES ARE I TAUGHT TO TALK Affected Children in Philadelphia Have Worked Long forISpeech I Transformed from delicate deaf mu I tes to healthy happy talkative chill dren nine graduates of the Home for the training in Speech of Deaf Children before they are of school ago at Delmont and Monument averages will be among the great army of youngsters to enter the public schools of this city next MondayIYears ago It cle to make a deaf and dumb child talk yet these days of development the teachers of the Institution which was foundered by Miss Emma and Miss Mary S Garrctt are doing just this very thing and they aro going about It with out medical jgurnals und scientists ever noticing the remark ble work they have accomplished The I children graduated yesterday from the home with delightful exercises and every one of the pupils who was sent there six years ago as deaf and dumb had a speaking part in the programUnless you spoke with the children it would be difficult to tell how well they can talk Miss Garrett allowed the guests to converse with the chil dren after the exercises were over and when one woman asked a little boy ten years old how he managed to talk he replied readilyII watch your mouth We are trained to know what you are saying i although we cannot hear Every muscle of the face means a sort of signal to us That is how we can speak with I you Miss Mary S Zane one of the teach ers who drilled the children for the exercises explained how the children are taught to speak with their tongue She I saidEach pupil must ever watch our mouth We tell them there Is no such j thing as a deaf and dumb child and that encourages them to learn Of i course the task is tedious but with in a few months the pupil can master the silent chords In his or her throat and gradually they are able to make I sounds Then we repeat syllables over and over to them and they must re peat them also Within one year the I pupil has partial control of the tongue and vital chords and then nature as sists them to speak Da by day we talk to them as we do to any normal person and they become so proficient In watching the for mation of our mouth and facial mus cles that it Is only a question of aI year or two before they can speka so I you can understand them By the time they are ready to graduate which is six years they are prepared for the I public schools even better than most chlldrenfor the training we give themI enables them to know the speech and they are ever trying toI talk better Officials of the United States Gov ernment know that the homo is tho only one In the world of like nature and It is no wonder that Miss Garrett was sent as special delegate of the Government to the international conj ference of teachers of the deaf held In Edlnburg Scotland recently I The ambitions of the home which were also explained by Miss Garrett places the Institution in a class all by Itself Miss Garrett saw a deaf and dumb child as ho was called In his home some years ago being taught to speak by his mother She thought It would be a blessing to afflicted children if they had a home to train them before they are of school age and with her sister thy found the in stitution near Falrmount Park Occasional headache belching bad taste in the mouh luck of appetite and slight nervousness are symptoms of Indigestion which when allowedI to go uncared for will u case of dyspepsia that w111 take a long time to get rid of Dont neg lect your stomach At the first Indication of trouble take something that will help along In its work of diges ting the food you eat Kodol for Indigestion and Dyspepsia will do this Kodol will make you to enjoy what you eat Sold by all druggists am- Aj Word to Girls The woman who is indifferent to her looks is not true woman God meant woman to be attractive to ook well to please and It is one of her duties to carry out this intention ot her Maker But that dress is to I O OO OOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOO RicketsiasSimply the visible sign that babys tiny bones 0are rapidly enough 0 1e1Lack of nourishment is the cause tea o Scotts Emulsion nourishes babyV I entire system Stimulates and makes bone Exactly what baby needs o ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 tOt OOO OOOOOOOOO OOOOO O do it all and to suffice Is more than we can be brought to believe Just because we do love to see girls look well as well as to live to some purpose we would urge upon them such a course of reading and study as will fcoufer such charms as no modist can supply N P Willis wrote a very pretty paragraph on the yowl of education to beautify That It absolutely chiseled the features that he had seen many a clumsy nose and a thick pair of lips so modified br thought awakened and active sentiment as to be unrecognizable Am he put it on that ground that we often see people homely and unattractive in youth bloom In middle life into a softened Indian Summer of good looks and mellow tones Deafness Cannot be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the enr There is only way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con ditlon of the mucous lining of the Eua taclilttu Tube When this tube is In flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it Is entirely caused Deafness is the result unl unless tine inflammation can bo taken cut and this tube restored t- Its normal condition hearing will bt destroyed forever nine cases out often are caused by Catarrh which Is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surface We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by Catarrh that cannot bo cured bj Halls CifJivrA Cure Send for circu lars free F J CHENEYrC CO Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75c Take Hulls Family Pails for constipation A WHOLE FAMILY- CARVED FROM WOOD California Man Surely Has Tbe Most Remarkable Eccentri city Yet Recorded William Bennett superintendent of electric lighting in Fort Bragg Callas the most remarkable family In the world From his wife down to Ills youngest child they are nil care 2d from wood by Bennetts own hands They live in a nice eightroom house and dross extensively for Bennel ins plenty of money and they weal iewelry Naturally they are the talk of the town There are many advantages in hay ing such family as this one for the wife can never quarrel with her husband no matter how late he may re turn from the lodge Time daughters can never elope for their father has only to chop then Into kindling wood if they become refractory in such matters and as foi the sons if they refuse to follow their fathers footsteps he has only lo put them into time stove and they will help make the house comfortable Wllle Mrs Bennett as the neigh bors humor Bennett by calling the aighlc ornate stick that passes as his wife has little to say her husband dresses her in the latest fashions mid luis the best dressmaker in town to keep her up to style His daughters hold receptions which the iiuest people here attend Tin sons are wellbehaved young fellows tad nothing has ever been sail ngair their habits In may way Mr Bennett is not an Insane man exactlIng OAS1OnIABears theTheKind You Harc Always Bought Sigcatcaof Pillars Samson Pulled Recent investigation goes to show that sarong man Samson really dh mil down the pillars of the temple of Gaza and allow the roof to drop or the Philistines Prof Stewart Macalls ern who Is now at work on the site of Gaza lass discovered the ruins of fight cities there dating back to a icriod oOOO before Christ Investl gation shows Unit the Canuanitcs who lived here were in the habit of sacrificing infants to some deity the bodies being burled under the corners jf the housewalls It Is believed these h man sacrifices were the abomlna ions of the Ammonites denounced In the old testament Time excava Ions at Gaza show how It was that Samson destoyed the temple of the Philistines The pillars were of wood and they rested on foundations of tone without being fastened thereto he strong man had therefore mere 1 y to push these pillars off their sup lorting stones when down would come the whole front of the building Tired mothers worn out by the peei Ish cross baby have found Cascasweet a boone and a blessing Cascasweet I 3 for babies and children and is es ecially good for the ills so common In hot weather Look for time Ingredients printed on the bottle Contains no harmful drugs Sold by all druggists I nl- I J A IAVegetabJe Preparal As- sImilating heFoodandBeguIa Ung the StDmwhs anlBowels Promotes DigeatiortCheerfur Pi ness andRestContains neither umMorphine nor fineral Nor NAHC OTIC rfJUT WdC =ATZL RS =Iysitre to kt jttJMIl PWl flfw t ecl Remedy nonSourStomachDiarrhoea WormsCohvulsionsFevensh ness and Loss OF SLEEP The Simile Signature of I NEW YORK IJLW4FwEX9CT CASTORIA Poi Infants and hildren Tin Kind You Have Agway ht itBears I Signature i of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sDASTORIA nil enrwa soMPANY NtW TONS CITY OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135TH- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 TrEE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 17h THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 i THE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine150 Address all orders to I THE REPUBLICAN Capital Stock 2500 Surplus Profitsl2500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Bank Come in DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alvin Howe BUTCh Felix Jim Polk Stevens Z Wayne Gritfln t = ==JwdOo CQO AhAAAAA JQA A iJ1OO K J 010 04 O 1 s TILLERS OF THE SOIL ZD t- j C fi Will Make no Mistake by Visiting tho Reliable U 41andWell i 41AI3 WILLIAMS MILLER bi I 4 4 For anything they need on the fiuluflieri 4 handle Plows of all kinds and makes Disc tJ I Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows riding and walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes and fj 141 buggies for young folks and old folks i 141 ot In Addition= We have the best equipped shop in Ohio county apqft ing can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other 4 tCI C I VILLIAMS MILLER b- I b BEAVER DAM KENTUCKY I J 55 4Uf e d y r r T e- E a c rt J = sjIoi Hartford Repitblica due olJ1try IubllelttugiJIJni fIud by the Uurtlo IMeoMnnA io- C the BItNITIl Iltnre 3500 0 E 811iITIi- C f a rnotsagoXICI= 34mbrlond 337EourhrZivr In FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 20suslterior took Examine the label on your paper If it Itls not correct notify us spirit peas =REPUBLICAN TICIET0J For Governor and AUGUSTUS E WILLSON Saloon 1 of Louisville mid For Governor trust W H COxrooOf Mason County isviile For JAMES DREATHITTforI Of Christian County stand For Auditor FRANK P JAIESedOf Mercer County began For State Treasurer half CAPT ED FARLEY- Of McCracken County sues For Secretary of State DR BEN L BRUNER mud Of Hart County to InstructionEmFor Supt of CRADnEHeJ G Of Boyd County to Commissioner of AJrlculluretin M J RANKIN for Of Henry CountnoFor Clerk Court of Appeals J NAPIER ADAMS hif Of Pulaski county ng For State Senator J W WRIGHT- Of Muhlenburg County bO For Representativela DR J A DUFF Sulphur Springs Precinct for For Jailer- WILLIAM FLENER- Of East Beaver Dam PrecinctS Vote as you pray Register next Tuesday Hear Willson October IS how Ohio Republicans generally do theftlm scrapping between elections main Both vote and pray against tho pro posed constitutional amendment A New York paper says chorus girls are sl1 Second chlldl hood we presumedh If Hartford has an epidemic of ty 1 phoid fever remember that our skirts are clear Is moonlight dangerous asks a contemporary mildly Perhaps when tOI served with a sweet summer girl Democrats build penltentiariesnnd Republicans occupy themBooby a six Laughfoon at the Court House Hartford last TuesdapTWould Mr Hager If a citizen of U Louisville support Mr Tyler on his A platform pledging himself to a re A repeal of the Sunday laws be What does the Hartford Herald think of Mr Tylers platform demanding abI repeal of the Sunday closing He Is the candidate of your for GovernorsThe Detroit Free Press wants know what has become of the Presidents of movement for an eight urtrday for wives It Is probably on shelf right alongside the for the slmpllfictlon of spelling Every Indication points to Repub i Bean victory in Kentucky this fall Let members of the party take cour ago and do their duty We are going I to bo assisted by an army of liberty loving Democrats who lave grown t tired of high taxes and machine rule I a In order for lip linger to Impress I anybody with his temperance professions he must renounce Owen T lorted the candidate of his party for WIwere of Louisville who not only Is op 1 posed to the lid but has announced himself in favor of a repeal of alii Sunday law Mr Laughfoon repeated the old liebeen that when Bradley was Governor evto delAery department of State was Republican control Every school boy knows that Kentucky has never onRe completely under Republican When Bradley was Governor the State Senate lad a Democratic majority rntThe State 1a1 Louisville last week was a great success both finan olallYand as an attraction of the first magnitude Mr R 13 Hughes the Sucruiury deserves apodal mou lion for his splendid efforts in behalf of the enterprise He tools country gross into his conlfdence a greater extent than has ovflr Qn done before ana theta f nod HibtbtlT what the large country attendance was t r tothe liberalsadrortising in tio papers r MakUJf Good 350tf Worth Hngertys he made no promises Lo beer trust when he tli t check from Charley DehletUSI campaign contribution four ears Of Bourse Mr Hager consider d merely as a tender expression pC affection from the brewery intersts hla Innocent teetotal soul he Hivtir d that there might be any jl motive back of the Ho it in the generous spirit in whichSo was offered and in like genera stiel speedily thereafter assumed t rb of a temperance leader and nro d 1 to make war upon lsi friends Is to snylubllclrand for thesQIJ Ip observation of the State playedtr is playing the role or amt AnU t advoca Q Privatel to the satisfaction of the beerma he Is trying to make good 8 wrth Wheh fie Governor nvof pointed R W Blngjiam Mayor of L Utell with time express intent of enIlel the Sunday closing laws uiid tile local Democrats to undo r Iuceess teat he wlshe i Mayor Blnghan In that capacity to be IUdors111m with the nomination Mr to get in his work on bee of the financial backersatl Not content with juggling moral isof In the State for the sakeepf the Lemperance vote he came to Louisyll did a few slightofhand 6tUl1tSI win the liquor vote In the cUr tlie Machiavellian hand of HInes he 111t the knife nio the Bighani who had given effect the sentiment ofthe State by pi on the lid and opened the WilY the nomination of Owen Tylerwli da Uppears in his true colors as tll- Penfrleud I of tho men who indlrse I 3500 check Thus is Hager mat good Ito After allwlmt the average pollticia iromises is of little moment He must judged by what he performs Mrst may have given Mr Dehler anlSa Interests he represents no formal Hedge but Mr Hager Is responsible ye the fact that the Democracy In oulsvllle now stands committed onRIbrowing the saloon doors open E iunday in defiance of the empcrance sentiment of 1entuckIe Itwould be Interesting to know whatta urther contributions Mr Hager hascl received or as a result of etoal iverlng the goodsteIt would also be Interesting to knov much longer the temperance vat J in the Democratic ranks will IeA1 blind to the insincerity of tho rofessions made by such a man = J lOuisvilc Herald c Lost 01 the Fall grounds a small la purse containing childs print rE cap and some other articles Find An will please return to firs 0 M C mltz and be rewarded 11 ef SMALLHOUS Little Eunice Alberta Drake daugh of John A and Eunice Drake de msed died at the home of her uncle James C Drake September 10 after P brief Illness aged two years and months Rev Lowry Tichenoi reached the funeral sermon midst a- st of sorrowing friends and rela C ves the following day ut Equality precious one from us has gone voice we loved Is stilled a place Is scant in our home which never can filled though we must be snbmhv she to the will of him who knoweth lI est tlrsO t W Barnard who has been ling several weeks is reported me bitter toRlrth the little turq year old child Mr Alonzo France Is quite ill fleas Curtis of Logan county IvntMrs James Trummell and children have returned to her home nt Utica after having spent a few days visit Ing here Mr Chester Ross and Miss Ula May ildington were married Sunday Sop umber 22 at the home of the bride cv G H Lawrence officiating After tending church the bride and groom paired to tthe homo of the grooms mother where a nice reception awn them Those Nvhodinud with them Misses Oma Maddox Flatulli ivls Altha Addingtou Kthel Hun Messrs Jess Klrtky and C B itrlass Mr and Mrs J C Drake The Baptibt church has recently repainted which adds greatly tits u appearance series of meetings will begin Oct 7 at Baptist Church Rev Shultz and Lawrence will conduct stun ltleUSSlS Oma Maddox Flmulle Davis Ltlul Iluntter Messrs Jess Kirttley S C Lagare and C B Ross mitten ded church at Liter school house Sun day veiling Mr Thomas Drake Bowling Green vlslted his mother a few days last w Ifek tIre Sallle Drake la at South Car Itton for a trwday stay ttoSomething New Buttons made while you wait Cloth tomatch yotlr goods t Aiiy size BARNARD CO + r- Y b ARDON MISSIONERf ACCOMPANIES NAGS uged That He Made Promises of Pardon to Relatives of Men in Penitentiary JLexington Ky ept22WhonAu- 4UQr Hngcr made his trip through Kentucky said a gen In a position to know what ho- Is talking about here tonight he AUdI1torscounty and on was a mystery I This clerk was a very busy man i many points on the route an In cases he was seen talking in earnest conversation with the relatives certain convicts now In tho J10nl This fact led some to whls it about that ho was Hagers missionary making promises to the relatives of men In the penitentiary Hager was accused of having n along hut he dc the allegation The Auditors made frequent Inquiries for rel of convicts and he found plenty themtAmong The Lodges The Red Men held their regular meeting Wednesday night rhnc candidates were Inlated tworecellng Adoption and one the Warriors degree There will be work In Warriors degree next meeting Ohio trlbo idles Its council fire every Wcdni y sleep and Invites all visiting Red 211 to a seat In its wigwam The tendance of members is good and e sessions of interest and cneCit all I At a regular convocation of 1eri rne Chapter 0110 R A M held turday night Sept 21 the following officers were elected to serve one arMost Excellent High Priest R R Icy King Cal P Keown Scribe M Woodward Treasurer JCR Secretary Roscoe Render Cap Ln of the Host A S Yewell Primal Sojourner W N Stevens Roy Arch Captain W S Tinsley Mai 3rd Veil C M Crowe Master 2nd ill C M Barnett Master 1st Vci C Her Sentinel F M Wetserfieli 1 the officers elected were installed except Cal P Keown EMWoodwur C Her and F M Westerfield who were absent- One petition for membership and o application for membership b transfer card were received and eac 1 erred to the appropriate committee auditing committee consisting ofI M Barnett W S Tinsley and C Crowe was appointed and all nec try business of the lodge was transacted The lodge begins the new ear with bright prospects Sslough River Lodge No 110 K c- has f missed one regular meeting for want of lights but some new pe tltlons are expected next meeting and the attendance should be good Co- M I Barnett and C M Crowe delegates to the Grand Lodge which convenes at Paducah October 1st wi1- 1leave for that city next Monday Sslartford Lodge No C75 F A will have work in the second am third degree at itsnext regular meet the first Monday night In October The Grand Lodge convenes In- Louisville on October 15th and the- Master of this lodge who Is the dele gato to the Grand Lodge expects leave for that meeting on October19t 1 shall Insist on every member of s lodge who can to attend the- Grand Lodge Let all members Je present at our next meeting which will begin at 3 clock p m a A Surprised Bfrtliday Dinner A surprise birthday dinner rUJ- given to Mrs Joe S Bennett Bedo September 20 In honor of her forty- eighth birthday at her home n- lleda Those present were Mrs Su- Dozarth and son John Mrs JOh- 1Burton of Hartford Mrs Edd Ward rc Pale Thin- Nervous Then your blood must be in a b3dc ridition You certainJy know wjdat t6 taket then take itAyers Sarsaparilla If you doubt Jthen- consult your doctor We know what he will say about thiS grand old family medicine Tide It the brat qnll lon yonr doctor would ukofAre your bowels regular Ha bias that dally action of tlie bowel li abtolute acUne to recovery Keepour and your bowel I regular by luftln doses Ayer Yob lade brJ O Arer Co towoll Jt iAlto manuflujtureri of HAIR VIGOR I 1 iffOS CHERRY We Aare no secrets 1 Wd publish the formulas of all our mediolnci of NoCreek Mrs Henry Wornica Mrs Tames Hicks and daughters Misses Mattie and Adelia Mr S A Bennett mad daughter Miss Clara Mrs Lucian Ambrose Mrs Frank Drake Mr and Mrs Lamon Liles Misses Ines and anie Bennett Messrs Joe S Forest Godfrey and Ell Bennett Several nice presents were received In excellent dinner was served and all present had anenjoyable time M OF BOGUS BALLOTS FADED AWAY Famous Record of Voters In Rally Precinct in Franklin County Disappears Frankfort Ky Sept 21Tine ballot book alleged to contain the list of phony names voted at Balloys Mill as hanged In the Herald of Saturdi eptember 14 has disappeared It was laced In the hands of the Count Chrk of Franklin county by Grant oberts the same day the story was ublished In Louisville but when I ranklin came to inquire for it the book was oat to be found In less Ithim a week it has vanished after havIng been in exlntence for years This was the most sensational and significant fact developed in the In airy before the grand jury today th kaporatlon disintegration or inclnc atlon of the material evidence heco- mring known through the efforts of At rney Franklin to secure the rccoi In the office of the County Clerk For Sale IFine BOW and six shoats Call on- Dr Wm Forman Hartford Ky Railroad News I Mr P C Floyd of Knoxvllle Tenn who has had a lot of teams at work on the railroad here has sold his con tract to a Mr McCormack of Knox lie Tenn including 29 head of mules tools c Consideration Jfl 500 The work on the M H E R R is progressing nicely and we are reliably informed that they will begin the track at Mitchell the 15th of Oc tober and expect to get the track laid to Sunnydaie by the first of next nuary I They will also begin laying track out Madisonyille about the middle offrom next month Our Information is that- the track will all be laid and train 1unnlng by the first of next March Mr P C Floyd who recently sold 0out his contract on the MH E R R will return to Mount Pleasant Tenn where he is constructing a mil- road in the phosphate region i Farm For Sale A tract of land containing 200 acre or more about 3 miles from Hartfor 011 till West side of Rough rive about 30 acres river bottom the re cinder hill land about 25 acres ii timber 20 acres in meadow good twt ory residence good barn and pleiU of water Will sell at a bargain Fo f rthcr particulars ball or address J R PIRTLE Hartford Ky 6AAAAAAA 6AAAAAA o oJQorAAAAAAAA E4R W dnd l INC E THE U Jeweler 1 Is still at the sam old t tana and here to stay U eady to do all kinds of 1 47 1 repair work or sell you as cheap as the cheapest bit 4 anything in my line I am no longer connected 6f j with the 5c and lOc Store having sold my inter it w1est to G E Barakat Viand will devote all my time bit = to the Jeweler business All work guaranteed t J rS- rLc i f j t I A 3IBM ji- w P IopIEiIN 1D I V i ReadJ4to Show j T WeMWililng to Show L We IovaekAtmost l l Ipopular conceits in es and Children i EV1TH I YTHIN6 NEW r Moreriovel features represented Cin the fall Millinery than everbe fore but you will want one you see them henI Miss Merrie King StiIieQns supreme in this Depart Imend Marks of her most exquisite can be seen over thousands autif l faces in this county N ofI Ibshowing want her you to have the We dont ask you to buy we only want you to look 1 READ ON I Every Department of this mammoth establishment is full of the necessities and a corps seasonsi teous salespeople are at ma- ndsEPBARNESBROS I I BEAVER DAM K- YReception OOOO OOOO t WoIcfIIf A An Openinge Exhibition J Open House We dont carewhat you see fit to call it but on SaturdaySeptem ber 21 we would like to have ev ery man woman and child who can possibly get to our store to favor us with a visit lOur Fall Stock is now in and a I better display of Excellent Cloth= ing for Men and Boys Excellent lDress Goods for Women and Chil= d en a more complete assortment Neckwear and Notions and a 1 Iof and better stock of Shoes never seen in the city of Hart y fordOur whole store will be in fresh attire Dont fail to favor us with a visit on this occasion I CARSON CO IIINCORPORATED 1 tWl 1 f4 1 iW f rqt 1 4l 1 01 TPzr r r aSi31 rR r In x + I I r1 I A I A 1 2 ofd a t 4I vtt tt fiAIRi t LOlHING I OJ 1 1ti I greatest variety the very latest styles and the very closest prices Dont buy be= fore seeing our as= sortment We are only insisting on a look Our exclu sive styles and low prices do the rest Calland see Jirlfgt4rJ Rept kllican r FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 20 Illinois Central RailroadTime Table North Hound Snnlli Snood No 182 due 407 n m o1ldhIt3111 m NolMuel23lp m No 1K1 due MS p m No 102 tine SMS pm No 1S1 diifllXO in j f For Furniture see Carson Co For School Shoes call on Carson Co Mr John Blair Buford called to see us Monday We pay 15c for Eggs and 12 12c I V for frying Chickens CARSON CO r Mr C F Wallace Rosinc made us a pleasant call while in town Monday We are headquarters for everything V In the Grocery line CARSON CO Ours house is brim full of new Go1 Hof allklnd CARSON CO i A big lot of new Clothing just rived at Carson Cos arI Receiving some of the newst style Hats Swan Brand the best- BARNARD CO Cnll on Barnard Co for that now fall Suit Uptqtheminute in style watIerscall while here last Monday 5clpave you seen that now lot of t VUlueSIworthW L Douglas Shoes ado for men at 300 and i350 wall be found at Carson Gos Mr George Forman is suferlng from a badly swolen hold and arm resulting from blood poisoning We are jut in receipt of new Ginghams new Woolens and anythin- gtyop= mlnght want for new Dresses CARSON CO 15 tVA TEDAT ONCE100 teams 25 per day Walton Wilson Bodes Co- HartfordV Ky 1 I1 A greapblglot of Pound Prints Iii Grays BI es and Reds Dont watt until choice is gone but come quick arc securoEome of these bargains iV r x rt iayQirRSOti Ctico I i i- I i rOftcourse you are going to peed a n al ew thisttseason Its only I a question of where lo ge to get it Now we want tot give YOu a specs ial invitation to call at our store where you can be assured of they CLOTIIINftbND yH- EADQUARTERS0 roriladtes Frank Lowe has a mild attack of typttoid fcVefr I Mr S P Rnnney Cromwell called to see us while here Tuesday Allison Bartlett and Harol Holbrook have mild cases of typhoid fever StudpbakerHartford Ice Co llf Esquire J A Park who has been opthe sick list is somewhat Improv jtaJIfrs E W Ncvltt of Owensboro is the guest of her friend Miss Gladys Duke city this week IMr J L Carson who has been for several weeks with stomach trouble is thought to be some hotter Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tf Mr RD Curtis of Lewisburg Ky who is visiting the family nephew Alex Curtls paid us a 1I1eas1 ant call yesterday Mr Will Moore Louisville visited weekIMr Garfleldijaijnard who has been located at for some time as Foreman of the I C Section at that place has been transferred to the Fordsville section IMisses Maggie Griffin Hettie Riley Mary Bunger1Effie Render Debbie Taylor Mrs Fannie Taylor and Ross Bennett formed a party which left Hartford Tuesday for the Mammoth Cave 1 RevECottrcll is visiting his mother Mrs E C Hubbprd He and his brother Rev E O Cottrell will enter the Baptist Theological Semliia ry at Louisville October 1st whore they will take the two years course Little William Forman fiveyear old son of Mr and Mrs George For- man i died at the residence of his par morningIdone to save the little fellows life but to no avail He was a bright handsome little child the sunshine of I the home and the idol of his parents and grandparents His remains were interred at Oakwobd Sunday evening t The family have the heartfelt sym- pathyi of the whole community In- theiresadbereavertirnt s r I l Wo have bought oUtHoovrr pros 1 grocery and will continue business at the same place with a complete lint of Groceries and Hardware All at rdck bottom prices SCHRADER CO Little Annie Leo Taylor daughter of Judge W B Taylqr has diphthe ria The disease developed at school Wednesday and as a result the shoo board at a meeting yesterday morn ing adjourned school in all the lower t10tjknown the dread disease The room at the college building in which this case developed will bq thoroughly fumlrf gated In the mean time parents arc urged to keep their children from thq streets as much as possible Mr Alfred Dexter of Beaver Dam t met with a Very painful accident while out squirrel hunting last Sat urday morning near Mr Toni Morton farm in Rough river flats a few miles below Hartford He shot a squirt rel and it lodged and In climbing the tree he stepped on a dead limb which broke and he fell feet foremost twenty feet to the ground breaking AllSheCtfelds last account Tuesday he was getting along very well j i The Ohio County Medical Society held their regular session in the of Hue of Supt DeWeese last Wednesday with the following doctors present S J Wedding Palestine Willis Duff J O McKinney J T MilicII Oscar Allen and E W Ford iting members were entertained for dinner at the Commercial rJ OiMcKenney conducted a quiz on malaria which proved to be the best thing of the society this year The time of meeting was changed from tine third to first Wednesday in each month lend na the State Association meets in October this society will not meet again until November C i BeanMiller Mr Ira lean and Miss Hernia Mil ler were married at the home of the I brides father Judge J P Miller nt Cromwell last Monday at 1 p m Mr Bean is a Hartford boy and at UCSI ent traveling salesman for the Kentucky Jeans Clothing Company of Louisville The bride is one of the most popular young ladles of Hart ford and has for a number of years been bookkeeper for Carson Co The marriage was quiet only a few relatives and intimate friends being Invited The ceremony was perform ed by Rev O M Shultz and the happy couple left immediately for a trip to the Jamestown Exposition and other points Those who attended the wedding front Hartford were Mrs Thos II Bean Misses Elba Bern and May Bean mother and sisters of the groom Rev O M Shultz and wife Mrs J W Taylor and daughter Miss Alice Mrs Ci E Morrison Messrs Berry L Taylor Taylor and Cleve Iler BEAVER DAM Rev R D Bennett of Hartford fill ed the pulpit at the Methodist church Sunday morning In the absence of Rev J A Lewis Mrs Will Travis of Owensboro 111I viblting her parents here I Miss Pearl Pate of McITonry spent Sunday with her IJnrentshereIMrs Ben IIThursdayMr Theo Sowders attended the j State Fair at Louisville last week j Mr E W Taylor attended the Da views county Fair at Owensboro lust weekMiss Patsy Adams has returned to i her home in Bowling Green after a I few days visit to her brother Mr1- K Adams at this place The Christian Church Sunday School entertained its pupils with a moonlight picnic on the beautiful lawn at IIwerewhen refreshments were served immediately afterward all returned to their homes reporting a pleasant- time Mr and Mrs J E Williams entertained a fet friends last Thursday night In honor of Miss Patsy t Adams of Bowling Green those pre sent were Alesdamea J K Adams J E Williams Misses Patsy Adams Marie Austin Pansy Stevens May Blr Kitty Rhoads Messrs M D Mad dox M M Fanghender W C Mc Kenney Lee Stevens 1 K Adams land J E Williams Mr and Mrs J K Adams left Friday for a few days visit to Mrs Adams parents nt London Ky Mr C 0 McDonald hats sold his property on Kentucky street to JIll Dave Rhoads of Drakesboro Ky who will move here at once Mr McDonald is moving to his farm near Green ville Ky The Central City and Beaver Dam 1 BaseBall nines played nmatch same of ball here Sunday afternoon the homo teamcouli not do anything with t I J tl t vHers and the result was a score lot 21 to 3 to the Central City A Jwys i Mrs J L Lalllnger entertained the Ladies Fnach Club Saturday utter noon Mrs J L Berry who hasbeen teach ing in the vacancy hero has returned to bar aoraerift Hartford Ky NMJss Crlniih of Louisville has been se lected to fill the place IMI aid Mrs Geo W Brunton of Williams Mines spent Sunday wlh l tMr Bmntons parents here Jlr Will Travis of Owensboro spent Sunday in town Mrs J P McKenney and Mrs CP Austin spent a few days In Rochester this week jillssM Ethel Tliqri and Eva Nauce of Williams Mines spent Tuesday in town Miss Martina Bennett of Hartford is the guest of Miss Dena Woodward for a few days Mr Alpha Dexter who fell out of a tiev last Saturday evening Is not im proviiig very fast i PALO f Sera C Claud Ward and fondly and ilis Dcolcy and daughter of No creek visited her son E R Dooley last wiel Lie Joe Igloheart who has boon on the tick list Is Improving Sir Willie Wimsatt and family was the guest of Mrs Too Tweddell Sunday iI Kl Berry and Evcret Madeti I n flying trip to Sunnydale Sun day a era oin j giicstHofi Saturday tars William Coy Mr J T Hines and thirdly rolr and tits Arville Coy J SundayiRichard 1 Dooley Saturday night was well n tItended rd enjoyed by all Ice cream was sirTd to the Kuestsnlce rauic rendered by tho Berry boys cull Mr I White with his string baud Those I preset WTO Claud Ward curd fatally Mrs Beulce Dooley and daughterRosa of Noereek Mr llllam Feemster andW j wife Mr C V White and fatally Mr D P Feemster and wife Mr Charlie Fee nster and wife Mr J D Berry Misses Lena Rosa and Fannie Her j ry essrs James Handly Kit Clinton OrvllK lI ITiMils Eric Powers Sunnydale was r SUIIIIivisltlnir Mr G W lines I The social entertainment and ke cream supper given at the homo of Mr D P Feemster Tuesday night way largely attended and highly elJo edIby nil Those present were Mrs limn Xewbolt of Hartford Miss ble Jones of Owensboro Misses Ethel Mary Bell and Maggie Jones Rosie and Lena Berry Vera Hawkins Ollie and Jessie York Eva Allen Rosh Russell Messrs Almond Duke Frank Brady Willie Hinton Kit Berry Ev eret Maden Castle eGorge Cox Ernest MorrisClifton and Orville Berry Joe Hagerman Charley Feemster and wife Mr Richard Dooley and r wife Had nice music by the Palo band HERBERT Sept 23Mr Hubert Burdett has- a bud hand caused by sticking a nail it J Mrs Chappel ofr Gatewood is vas sting her daughter Mrs Will Stew3rfI Miss Mabel Miller has latter a weeks visit to Mrs Wave I Batlett Mrs WhitesvllleIObenchain and Mrs Eliza Rherdon at I tended church at Pellville Saturday Mrs Obenchain will make a visit be I fore retull1lngtMisses Sallie Ford Mattie Barnett Margaret and Mary Chambers Pearl Burdett and Myrtle Vnrdett attended church at Pellvillo Sunday Sam Haynes and ills Tnr 1Newton were called to the bedside of their sister Mrs McCurty of Ownns boro this weep She is not expocxd torecoverMr llrs R M Miller attended birthday dinner at Mrs Nannie Browns of Walnut Grove Saturday Sale Tiie undersigned 1 H B Carsou administrator of the estate of Hub bad Maples decensedand Frank Ma pies surviving partner of the partner ship df Hubbard and Frank Maplea will on the 2nd day of October lHrJ expose to sale the following personal property Two cows 4 hogs 1 roan mare 1 suckling mule 2 buggies 1 set of harness a lot of household and kitchen furniture 1 plow 1 wagon stocks of hay and a lot of corn stand ug in the fieldI The terms of same nil sums 500 and under cash over 8500 On three months time notes bearing with approved security InterestI J IB C Fink I Horses for Sale On Monday September 3Q 1907 at Court House in Hartford Kentucky at p m I will sell 12 head of honsea and mules all in good condition For further particulars apply to J C Wa j gen O V t I t t f i DO You tRecognize the phrase Just as good as a DUOH ESS And do you KNOW WHY tDuchess Trousers are usedas the standard ofjcomparison tfhere s are many reasons One is that they are the most carefully manu- I factured Trousers on the market Another reas on is the warranty Ten cents a button la tr riP 09aWE HAVEgTHE AGENCY t Lest You lighe1assti+p buy one of Ol lulen Dollar Bill Suit Yes a + good many stores get more than ir for such theAT2flake and fit If you are a tailoring critic you f will appreciate these values Our word is good o2enough but dont take it Prove its correctness Pcby tryiug a t fOR LLulnlfl Of QUALITY iOM ro t BARNARD COG J tHartford Kentucky t t + too o it 444c4J4wAr4 a ssr avUQ vtut 0 aJS eiIWeIYour Trade = fJI Come to see us and fake a look tlirt1rhour QLa store before making your fall and winter purchases We are fully jjrefnired to take care of your wants Ve are fresh fictu the Eastfiii markets with a full line of carejuliy elected goods for all i our various departments In our line of Ladies Cia and Misses Vear we have taken most especial demandspI Our Dress II De fJIQacuts for the season Miss Myrtle Hines will Itake pleasure in showing you these goods Dont Ifail to see our new line of Ladies and Misses Cloaks J p and ReadyMade Skirts made in the very late- stI andnobbiest styles In Millinery Ilhisseason we shall aim to break all former rec 11tIIff tin has charge of this department Mrs Austin p is an experienced and accomplished trimmer haying Ge hadmany years of experience and devoted fI much study to this line of business We fool assur B j ed you can do no better any where in the Gre- enr jP River country 1 = Rogers rCo Beaver Dam Ky = Dont fail to see our line of Shoes for Men 5a a J Y 01 t ifIf ir F WLti PHOTOS OF WILD ANIMALS Some of The Dangers The Man Behind The Camera Encounters i Today the camera penetrates every where and sometimes Its use Is attended with considerable danger and difficulty Nowhere js this more pronounced than where the camera is brought into use in taking lifelike pictures of wild animals in captivity How hazardous thos may be is shown by the following incident thut hap pened not long ago at a big zoologi cal garden abroad A fine white leap and had been added to the collection and as soon as it appeared to have settled downthe authorities decided to have it photographed It seemed to be a fairly quiet creaturenervous and timid to be surebut without any sign of temper When the keeper entered Its cage It had taken little notice of him be yond the usual spitting and hissing natural to Its kind The photographer therefore followed the keeper Into its cage without apprehension of trouble He set up his apparatus adjusted It took several pictures of the leopard und all seemed satisfactory As he shut up his camera however the operator chanced to shuffle his feet once or twice on the floor of the cage Like a streak of lightning the leop ard with an ominous snarl leaped at him and before he could move the animal was gripping his ankle with hi forepaws and furiously biting tat his foot Lucky the keeper and sonic as sistants succeeded in beating off the beast In time to save the photographers life but it was a narrow squeak At the same zoo some time after when an attempt was made to photo graph one of the llamasan animlil dOIclleobjectionable about It beyond its habit of spittingthe photographers sub ject revealed its true nature by sud denly making a dash for camera and operator and before the latter could be secured he was the recipient of Innumerable scratches cuts and bruises which took some weeks to healOne of the worlds most famous wild beast tamersCapt Bonavitawas re cently photographed with several groups of his lions and the operator who took the pictures describes the experience as one he would not willingly repeat It occupied altogether about j three hours The remarkable feature about one of the group was that Bonavita sat Immediately in front of a savage brute who had two years before attacked the trainer and crunched his arm in his great mouth until every bone In the hand and wrist was smashed Bonavita had endured the most awful nerveracking suffering which ended in the arm being amputated and yet he posed this dangerous creature in such a position that had ho wished he could have crushed his trainer with one blow It Is an open question whether seals and sea lions are vicious or not They are certainly extremely curious and anxious to find out things for themselves and a photographer who tried to take a picture of a group of performing sea lions had an experience worth recording I He erected his tripod and camera and was about to make the exposure I when one of the sea lions wriggled off jets pedestal and made straight for the I camera It was all done so quickly j that before the photographer reallx that before the photographer it the camera was upset and the seaI lion was biting the mans legs feet pretty sharply The trainer got him away and noISerious harm was done but he cd to the camera man that sea often did a little biting to find out what an object was made ofsons Weekly 1 Saved Her Sons LifeIfhe happiest mother in the little RuppeelShewas down with such serious lung trouble that our physician was un able to help him when by our drug noIUcedment up for a few weeks when he was perfectly well He has worked steadily since at carpenter work Dr Kings New Discovery saved his life Guaranteed best cough and cold cure by all druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottle free in Best Horse for Figures There has always been a sort of mys tery as to why the bank clerk enjoys such comfortable hours He arrives late at the scene of his labors and departs at the scent of his labors and Britain the banking hours are from 10 departs early But why In Great a m to 3 p m In the summer time one may see Mr Clerk emerging from his place of business at the latter hour arrayed in the latest and most ap proved creation in the way of costume Why banks should open at 10 and a L close at 3 we never knew for certain but there must be reason for the ab breviated hours and the follpwing ex planation has been forthcoming A long time back the bank of kugland discovered where mathematical errors by the clerks were at a minimum in the early morning hours but progressively increased as fatigue occurred The worst time was In the late afternoon and there was so much money loss due to errors at that time that as a matter of economy the clerks were forbidden to work after a certain hour In France the same law of sequence was brought to light as was Ito be expected There is a reason for everything and it may well be that this explanation of the work is the cor rect one for certainly working at fig ures is a most brainfatiguing pursuit u CureR Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free- If your blood is impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema Itching rising and bumpy skin bone painsca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood Is made pure and rich Druggists or- by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B Is especially advised for chronic deepseated casesas It cures after all else falls 3rtf CA REMEDY FOR THAT POSTAL DEFICIT Franking Previleges Offers Large Field For Retrenchment If congress wishes to Increase the revenues of the postofflce depart ment and cut off some of the ex penses which materially assist in producing a yearly deficit it will not be necessary to attack the newspapers and increase the cost of the peoples reading matter They can find a splendid opportunity for retrenchment right at home opportunity is presented in 1This of government franks i The house committee of postoffices I and post roads estimates that yearly 3000000 of mail matter is carried free for the governmentand the much larger part of this is carried for members of congress A fertile field for economy is here presented and if con gress will avail itself of it and go vigorously to work cutting off and out a large part of the stuff of no value to anybody on the top of the earth or under it which is carried through the mulls free that body will not find it necessary to undertake to impose enerous and oppressive restrictions on newspaper publishers to swell thej revenues of the postofflce department The franking privilege is as much if not more absurd than any other of the prerogatives of congressmen and with as little advantage to the people of the country The idea was originally introduced front England in imitation of the members of parliament which receive no salary for their services If It Is necessary to curtail the rights of the newspa per men to provide against the deficit the general public would heI more benefited by a curtailment of the abused franking system Altoona Pa Mirror Jamestown TerCentennial Ex position i NoIIRates from Beaver Dam Ky SEASON EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30 Inclusive Final return limits Dec 15 1U07 Rates for round trip 3045- CODAYS EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov SOin elusive Final return limits Sixty GO lays 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 lays from date of sale not to exceed December 15 Rate for round trip 23CO ICOACH EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 25 1907 and on tach Tuesday from April 30 to No vember 26 1907 inclusive Final return limits Ten days from date of sale Rate for round trip 1620 J E WILLIAMS Agent j How to Remain Young To continue in health and strength do as Mrs N F Rowan McDonohugh Ga 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 as flannel I am now practically 20 years younger than before I took Electric Bitters I can now do all my work with ease and assist in my husbaiMs druggistsJ r I SEASICKNESS CURED BY LOOKING 6LAS t i Old Soldier Prescribes Novel Rem edy For Neptunes Toll on His Domain A new remedy has been discovered for seasickness An old sailor has proved that a pocket lookingglass is nri infallible cure The lookingglass cure must betaken immediately the sufferer stepson board ship The prescription di rects the patient when the first inde scribable feeling comes onto takeout his pocket lookingglass and look himself fair and square in the eyes The result Is alleged to be that the rolling of the shipt and even the smell of the engines will pass un noticed and a little prcseverance will transform a bad sailor into a good oneIt is a very curious fact and one for which It is difficult to account said a noted city physician that a casual glance in a lookingglass may arrest seasickness It may be that the woebegone countenance is re sponsible for Introducing a vein of humor and the sufferer resolves to cheer up- Personally I think there is a more scientific reason It is well known that among sailors that the rise and fall of the horizon is responsible for the early stages of this distressing malady Physicians In consequence often recommend their patients to try to fix their eyes on some immovable object such as a ring on their finger or a book held firmly on the knee The looking glass is probably the same kind of antidote to the movement of the ship It would be necessary of course to hold the glass firmly and fix the gaze steadily on the reflected image The lookingglass remedy may be something in the nature of a faith cure If the attention can be absolutely concentrated on the image in the glass and nil thought of illness banished there is an excellent chance that the voyage wll lhavc no bad ef fectsWith I regard to the length of time required for the cure It is a general fact that if sickness can he successfully warded off for several hours the symptoms are not likely to recur ex cept In case where no remedy will relieve the unfortunate sufferer and sea and brain sickness are inter changeable terms There are u great many people who have slight attacks of indigestion and dyspepsia nearly all the time Th lrIfood may satisfy the appetite but fails to nourish the body simply cause the stomach is not in fit con dition to do the work ills supposed to doIt 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 a combination of natural dlgestanls and vegetable acids digests the food Itself und gives strength and health to the stomach Pleasant to take Sold by all druggists m Patriotic Reflections There has never been a time since the A S of E first pooled tobacco when the dumper was as uneasy as he is just now He thinks something might happen and knows deep down in his own soul that if it does happen he Is the cause of it His fear is ungrounded for the people who have made the fight in Equity soar are not parade day soldiers but are of that type of American citizenship that made Valley Forge glorious that made the courage and determination of the Blue and the Gray SURE CURE- For All Diseases of STOMACHLIVER the standard for all the world toI gauge the efforts of men by and they will not falter nor wave in this new battle for liberty until they ever last ingly conquer this great trust which has not hesitated to take the tires from their children and rob their I wives of the luxuries and even the J necessities that were thelrvs by right has not hesitated to send old meta j who should have rested on account of the years full of toll they had spent back again to the fields to help what little they could to like out an existence for a little while longer then to go down to the grave with the thought that their children they had loved so well must yet live and suf fer and pay tribute to the heartless corporation whose demands are measured onlyby what is In sight Oh my dumper friend well you may fear a return to these condi tions for to fall now would mean disaster indeed for those of us who are middle life and past for it would take many years for farmers to makeup their minds to try this thing again and in the meantime the trusts would grow mightier and be better prepared to cope with a new move ment Think sir what remorse you must know at your heart when you would realize that this bright opportunity that had knocked at your door so loudly was gone forever gone and Just such weakkneed men as you were responsible for its having gone EQUITY SOCIETY PLANS CONVENTION National Board Settles Upon Oc tob r 22 as the DatePro I gress of Organization At a meeting of the national board of directors of the American Society of Equity It was decided to hold the fifth annual convention of the society in Indianapolis The meeting will convene Tuesday October 22 and continue in session until all important matters have had attention Delegates from over thirty states will meet to consider the interests of all farmers in the United States engaged in every line of production and make such changes in the constitution and present such plans of action as may be deemed advisable muter a careful consideration This is the farmers organization which in the short space of five years has extended to all parts of the United States and Canadaand which has resulted in a similar organization being formed among farmers in New ZealandThe setting of the price by the ones who produce the necessities of life and a price that is in keeping with the cost to produce them an equitable price for both the producer and consumer and the elimination of speculators who gamble In these same crops are among the chief alms and objects of this society Never before in history have the farmers shown anywhere near the amount of activity which has boon displayed by them in the last year Not only the wheat growers of the Western states who have pledged their 1907 crop for the minimum price as set by the society but growers of other crops viz beans potatoes peanuts and tobacco have pledged their acreage to the society plan of con trolled marketing Found Last I J A Harmon of Llzemore West Va says At last I 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bit given special attention Notary in office I W H BARNES- S A ANDffiKSON s GRADUATE NURSE MIS SUSIE MAY A 1pitaAnd will phone No 137 r 1 Subscribe for THEIHARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance You can read this ad twentyfive ways and each statement is true I1J The rockshe packages Law ANDERSON y is the most noiseless N is the most accurate 1 is the most is the most rapidjlis the most l1o p THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER COIn821 Pixie Street St Louis Missouri L III I I I t vlcc li i I ft j i MEMORY GEMS SELECTED BY THE I j IOHIO COUNTY TEACHERS INSTITUTE Variety Is the spice of liCeCow- per Give every man a fair denlRoose t yGod helps him who helps himself B Franklin Speak your latent convictions and they will become the universal sense B EmersonA on your heart that every day Is the best in tho yearEtner iwould some power the gift give us To see ourselves as others see us BurnsFor those that think of others most are the happiest folks that live- Phoebe Cary He who runs within himself and rules passion desires and fears is more than kingMiltonO Count that day lost whose low de scending sun Views from thy hand no worthy ac tion done So nigh Is grandur to our dust So nigh is God to man When Duty whispers low thou must The youth replies I canEmerson Let us then be up anddoingr With a heart for any fate Still achieving still pursuing Learn to labor and to wait r Longfellow He prayeth best who loveth best All things both great and small For the dear God who loveth us He made and loveth all Coleridge Lives of great men all remind us We can make our lives sublime uspLongff low There Is so much good in the worst of us And so much bad in the best of us That it ill behooves any of us To speak about tho rest of us 7Our yesterdays are but dreams our tomorrows are but visions but our todays well lived will make every yesterday a dream of pleasure and tomorrow a vision of hope He who from zone to zone Guides thru the boundless sky thy certain flightS In the long way that I must tread alonelWill lead my steps aright Bryant The height by great men reached and kept Were not attained by sudden flight But they while their companions slept Were toiling upward In thonightHolland Full many a gem of purest ray se renebThe caves bear of Full many a flower Is born to blush unseenfAnd waste Its on airGrey- Tis not in titles nor in rank Tis not iu wealth like Londons bank To make us truly bl- estlIt happiness have not her seat center In the breast as may be wise or rich or great lever can be blestBurns I tJxpeet to pass thru this world d but once any good thing therefore that I can do or any kindness that I can show to any fellowbeing let me do It now Let me not defer or neg k lect it for I shall not pass this way again Build a little fence of trust f Just around today Fill the space with loving deeds And therein stay Look not thru the sheltering bars Upon tomorrow God will help thee bear Whatever comes of Joy or sorrow 04flqpe not the cure of sin till self ist dead forget It In loves service and the debt 1 Thou canst not pay tho angels shall forget Heavens gate Is shut to him that comes alone Save thou a soul and it shall save 1Ii thine own Whlttler t UU fares the land to hastening ills prey 4Where wealth accumulates and men decay rprlnces and lords may flourish or may fade J k breath can make them as a breath has made I But a bold peasantry ttielr countrys- ex Pride p once destroyed can never be suppliedGoldsmith t iSo live that when thy summons comes tq Jo1n e t I The innumerable caravan that moves To that mysterious realm where each shall take His chamber in the silent halls of death Thou go not like a quarryslave at tight- Scourged to his dungeon but sustaln Ited and soothed y an unfaltering trust approach thy grave Like one who wraps the drapery of his couch About him and lies down to pleas ant dreamsBryant Give thy thoughts no tongue Nor any unproportloncd thought his act Be tho familiar but by no means vul gar Those friends thou hast and their adoption tried Grapple them to thy soul with hoops of steel But do not dull thy palm with enter tainment f each nowhatched unpledged com rude- Beware of entrance to a quarrel but being in Bear It that the opposed may beware of thee Give every man thy ear but few thy voice Take each mans censure but reserve thy judghment Costly thy habit as thy purse sits buy But not expressed in fancy rich nor gaudy For the apparel oft proclaims the man Neither n borrow nor n lender be For loan oft loses both Itself and friend And borrowing dulls the edge of hus bandry This above all to thine own self be true And It must follow as the night the day Thou coast not then be false to any man Shakespeare WILL S TAYLOR MARIE LOUISE AUSTIN W R CARSON August 21 1907 mum TOTHE GROUNDS Squire Thurman Takes a Perilous Ride Against His Desires On Wednesday of the fair the balloonist had a number of men and boys helping hits inflate his balloon When it was ready for the ascent ho hooked his parachute to the balloon and left u lot of ropes trailing on the ground Squire Thunnana1 negro I boy who was helping him and who was standing on the ropes when it began its upward flight got his foot entangled in one of the ropes Squire saw at once that he must go with fife- alloon his company was engaged for tho ascent and there was no way I excusing himself It was very ap parent too that ho must go up foot foremost as his feet were attacked to the balloon and his head was not His thinking apparatus was worked over time for half a second and ha made a grab with his hands to the ropes higher up He grabbed one of them just in the nick of time Just tho balloon with tho aeronaut on the trapeze bars began its graceful ascentBrush could not paint nor words describe Squires feelings as he started on his sudden and unexpected upward Journey unsought and unbidden He had the presence of mind to hang on to what he had and the aeronaut cheered him up by urging to stand still and hold on tightly and that ev erything would be safe for a sate larfil ing The aeronaut was aware that Squire was hugging his unfolded parachute and that it was not possible for it to open and he was also pain ully aware that the rope to which they were both suspended had a carrying capacity of only 250 pounds while their combined weight was more han that But what wits to be done He could only take his chances with SquireThe balloon went up and up until they were but tiny specks in the sky not as high however as it would have gone with one passenger but much higher than Squire wanted to- go Finally the balloon took n down ward path and when it struck the ground without Injury to either of them Squire took to his legs and ran with songs of praise on his lips of thanksgiving- to It was an occasion him and one that he will never forget The aeronaut said that while up In the clouds he could distinctively and el hear square praying fervently oquentlyThe del of the time during the fair Squire could be found at the opposite sldokof the grounds from the balloon parkLa Rue County Herald j t J 111r If SLNn i SAW WORK OF NIGHT RIDERS A Citizen of Owensbpro Makes Startling Revelations Says the Night Rider is Inseper ably Linked With Tobacco Campaign A local citizen who is well known In Owensboro and Daviess county recently returned from n visit to coun ties in which night riders are ac cused of having committed many Il legal acts says the Owensboro Inquirer He waq asked many questions in re gard to the acts and alleged acts of violence there and answered them farnkly but only on condition that his name be not used in any pub lication of the matter He declared the charges were as true as If sworn to and the only reason for not giving his name was to avoid notoriety His statement Is as follows Recently on business I had oc casion to visit the counties of Trigg Caldwell and Christian with Cerulean Springs as a starting point Secur ing the services of a livery man I was driven some six or eight miles Into the unorganized district known as the Consolation neighborhood the liveryman remarked as I drove away You are going to stay where the night riders have been and you had better be careful how you talk I had on my person some papers that protected me from molestation but everywhere I was looked upon as u suspect To say that one sleeps well with doors barred and a Winchester handy under the bed is a mistake and a sure guarantee for wakefulness To say that their methods are not prac tical is a Joke First missionaries of the doctrine of force make school house speeches ostensibly under the direction of the Dark Tobacco asso clatlonthen come the night riders fif ty in a gang and what the speakers failed to do they accomplish as if by magic Sign the pledge Why the growers simply fall over each other In their hurry to sign if our friends here of the A S of E wish to learn some practical lessons though it be lawlessness let them but visit tho Dark Patch The mysterious part of the whole business is that when one signs as they call it he at once becomes a convert to the doctrine of force and joins the great majority to burst the trust or lie What the end of all this will be no man can now foresee Whether the state and the lawabiding citizens of tho community can and will tolerate such methods remains to be seen The idea is moving in this di rection and as a citizen who believes in the majesty of the law not as sug gested by law order leagues or night rider I close this short statement by asking our countrymen to be care ful what they do and say lest we bring ruin to the cause we would help Weed In Asparagus EdaIs there anything that can be yet an an nnparaBiis bed to keep weeds and crass from growing yet not hurt the growth of the asparagus Is a question that Is answered In Farm and Flro Ida by T Greiner who says The best thing I believe Is the hoe ar other tools of tillage I prefer the blanched stalks and hill up tie rows In spring and work the ridges oWn again after tho cutting season This aiflposcH very thoroughly of the needs- nil to July but afterward It requires onslderable effort to beep grass and weeds down Heavy dressings of salt may do louio good In this respect but J have never been able to keep the woods own by this means alone Salt will not hurt asparagus however There Is DO other chemical substance that I know of which will do the business and- ran bo used safely Footnotes If a horse has been overfed skip ooo feeding then give light feed for a day twoLice on cattle while In tho stable souse discomfort and loss of flash To Jestroy them sprinkle Scotch snuff slang the backbone on the top of tIM seek and about the Jiorus Sprinkling lime In a water tank will prevent scum from forming on the wa lee When the lime loses Its strength md scum begins to gather wash out tho tank and renew the lime Twice 1m 1 season will suHflcu to keep the water inro and wholesome Farm Journal Teds Beginning The new assistant rector was trying to Impress upon tho mind of his young son the difference between his own position and that of his superior Now Ted he ended I want you to remember to be very polite to the rector We are strangers and I am only the assistant It becomes us to bo extremely courteous Some day perhaps I shall be rector myself The next day the boy was walking with his father when they met the dig aided rector Hello promptly began Ted Pops been tellln me bout you how youre the real thing an hes just tho hired man an we got to knuckle under But some day he may be it himself am I then youll feel t l1 Chicken Obstinacy A police court story which is said to illustrate the Indifference of the average chicken to good advice was told recently at Kingston England when a carter was charged with stealing a fowlI am guilty of stealing the fowl admitted the prisoner It was eating the corn out of my horses nose bag and I said to It If you dont KO away Ill make you and struck It with the whip When I saw It was dead I put It in the wagon I didnt know who owned It I Judge it was the chickens fault remarked the prosecutor hind Ill not press the charge against the man Luck tLuck means rising at 0 oclock In tht Biornlng living on n dollar a day If you earn two minding your own busi ness and not meddling with other pea pIes Luck means appointments you have never failed to keep trains you have never failed to hutch Luck mean trusting in God and In your own resources Exchnnge Helping Her Out Mlspi Peppery No he didnt like your eyebrows He said they were too black Miss Palntter The Idea Mis- sPepperyhowever I assured him they were not as black as they were paint ed Philadelphia Inquirer The good mAn prolongs his life To tr able to enjoy ones past life Is to Mrs twieeMartial- THERE IS MAGN1TISM IN DEEP WELLS Alter Feeling Effect in His Own System Rev Jenkins Test= ed the Matter Editor Inquirer Sometime in the past when wanting a drink of water I placed my mouth to my hydrant and turned on the water Then again I would draw water Into a dipper and drink I notice that I did not enjoy the drink thus like 1 did receiving it as it ran It had such a good effect on mo that often when in the house I would go and kneel down and drink and at night just before going t bed I would get me a drink with my lips to the hydrant I made an Inves tigation today and found that while flowing the water is slightly magnetic but magnetism leaves the water as soon as It is cut off from the flow Any one can test It by hanging i ncedjkJiy a thread Then lake the blade of a pocket knife and let the water run on it for a few minutes Let It dry Put into the water again Let It dry and then put it in touch with the needle and gently remove it The needle will follow the knife The mangnctlsm is very slight but still strong enough to make It the great est health water In the world when drank from the current that flows from the well When cut off from that current It loses all or nearly all ot Its magnetic powers If our rteop wells prove to be magnetic the water flowing In pipes from the well Into bath tubs will relieve and benefit p bath tubs will relieve and benefit everybody that bathes in it of very mean diseases and help In all diseases at least by keeping the bathes clean B F JENKINS UNCLE SAM WANTS MORE SOLDIERS Government Sends Out Demand for 18000 Recruits for Regular Army In the form of a circular urgent orders train the United States gov eminent at Washington for 1800 men for the United States army have been sent to all recruiting station all over tho country and a specla demand is made At present there are only 4800 men In the regular service The fur branch of the army numbers COOOO The demand fo new men exceeds that of the largo number now being take- into the service at the recruiting stations Sergeant Jacobs of the Owensbor branch office stated yesterday th hesitancy of the recruits was du to the small pay and that If Con gress at the next session raises th pay 20 per cent which there is possibility ho believes there will bl no trouble In securing good men The Owensboro recruiting statlot since It was opened has proved ver profitable to the government substation has been opened at Fords villo rWorked Like a Charm f Mr D Ni Walker editor of tha spicy Journal the Enterprise Louisa Va says I ran a nail In my foo last week and at once applied Buck lens Arnica salve No Inflamhmtlo followed the salve simply healed th wound Heals every sore burn an skin disease Guaranteed at all druggists 25c m hl tV KILLTHcCQUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR COUCH8 oolrnTrial Bottle fret AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED BATISPAOTOR OR MONEY BEPUNDED JAMES C BENNETT 1 O Dux US llnrtfnnt h- yLLICEiVSED AUCTIONEERWill erty in Ohio county Terms reasomi ble Your patronage solicited rtOUG I RIVR TELEPHONECOMPANY IINCIINIas1 L YYet The Rongh River Telephone Co Is Independent owned and operated by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll set vice which is being constantly ex tended are as follows for 5 minute conversation 15 miles 10 cts 30 miles 15 cts 15 miles 20 cts c J W OBANNON Mgr- Hartford Ky I CuretDigests what you oat IT D RENFROW DENTISTAll work in his line executed by tht most improved methods Crown talc bridge work a specialty All wort guaranteed Office up stairs next door to Wocrners shoe store Hart ford fOt Ir- A PROMPT EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR ALL FORMS OF RHEUMATISM Lumbmgo Sciatica Nmurmlglt 0 Kidney Trouble and Kindrd Dluaaa GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied affords almost Instant relief fromlipain while permanent inn the poisonous substance and removing from thesystemDR D BLANDf tff Brewton Ga writes- I I had ben a eutffrer for a number of yeas wn5Lumbagoanditbeumtlmlomyarmendlen e gather from medical work and also with a number of the best PhSICInlbut found I DothlnR that the from rDIlOI8 1 hall preecrlbe It In my prattles for rheumatism and kindred dlsesae- sa DR C L GATES D I Hancock flllnn wrlteiA- llttleirlrlherehadtucliaweaVbackeaaMd by Rheumatism and Kidney could not stand on her feet The moment they put bardownonthedoor shewouldeerremwith I pale Itreatedherwith e IIitOiSndtoday he runs around aa well and happy as can be useAFREEIfLumbago Sciatica Neuralgia Kidney t Trouble or any kindred disease write to UII lot a trial bottle of 5DROPS t PURELY VEGETABLE 5DROPS Is entirelyfree from opium cocaine morphine alcohol laudanum n and other similar Ingredients Large else Kettle aDROA 100 roses 0 flOO F Bale by Druggist IWANJO RHEUMATIC CURE COMPANY BepU W 1T4 Lake Street la10aae r J fP 7 doubthadsetlittlete heartburn or palpitation of the heart Indigestion causes the stomach U theheartferes with its action and in the count e time the heart becomes dise- asedKodol ii- For Dyspepsias digests what you eat takes the strain efl nourishmenttre SourStomach Diilltive of the Stomach mikiafmymintdlUMRS LOR1NQ NICHOLS Perm Van N T I had stomach trouble and was In a bad stats as I DyspepsiaCureD KAUBLB Nevada 0 Digests What You Eat aQlsves Indigestion mpartt at tae tab eruorytLODSWIKIsst SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS WlIln rDlnTe Oho Counts Circuit CourtToF Blrkhead Judge con D Ringo Attorney Oscar Mldlclff Jailer Ed G ttarrass Clerk Frank LKellx Master Commissioner L Mose ley Trustee Jury Fund 11 B Martin Sheriff Hartford Deputies S A ttratcher L P Crowder W C Ashley J W Martin Grant Pollard court convenes first Monday In March md August and continues three weeks tad third Monday in May and November two weeks County CourtW B Taylor Judge W S Tlnsley Cleric E M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convene first Monday In each month quarterly Court Heglns on the third Monday In January April July and Oc toberCourt of claims Convenes first Mon lay In January Tuesday after second outlay In October Other OfflcorsN Moxley Surveyor lireve S W Leach Assessor Re lloyJames DeWceseSchool Superintend ont Hartford Jerome Allen Coronae lingo JUSTICES COURTS- J H Williams Beaver DamMarch 34 tune 23 September 21 December 24 W P Miller Horse BranchMarch 2J Lund Li September 2 December 2C- LW S bean DundaeMarch 27 June ti September 1C December 27- V It Edge FordHVlllo March 2SJuna September 27 December 28 U S Chamberlain BeauMarch 29 luno 25 September 2S Dncornber 23 Herbert Render Centcrtown March u Juno Z September 29 December 3 olin H MUCH Hoclvport March 31 luno 30 September SO December 31 HAlt lFOnD POLICE COURT It 11 Wedding Judge J S GlennCltr Attorney Seth MoseluyMarslml Court olivette second Monday In each month UELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServices third Sunday In each month at 11 a in and 7 p m2nd Sunday at 7 p mlth Sunday it 11 a m and 7 p m Prayer meeting overy Wednesday evening Uuv J A lewls Pastor assisted by RevJ Frank tinker Baptist ChurchServices held Satur lay night before second Sunday Sunday tad Sunday night unit fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer mooting every Thursday evening Rev A B Gardner PastorC ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at 11 a m und 7 p m Rev Bozarth Pastor Christian ChurchServices every first Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev W B Wright Pastor School Trustees Hartford C DL Crowe J S Glenn W S TlnsleyC M Barnett Dr E B Pendleton City CouncllKT H Williams Mayor C M CroweClerk C M BurnottTrcas tart 11 E L Slmmerman Dr E B Pemlleton A D Wile Win Fair Win Bean Dr J W Taylor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No C75 F A Ma sons meets first Monday night In each month C M Crowe W M Marvin Dean SccrnUry Keystone Chapter No 110 meats overy third Saturday night In each month W N Stevens High Priest French Vlck rs Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knight of Pythias meets every Tuesday night U D Walker C C R C Porter 1C it R and S Hartford Tent No 93 K O T M meets every Thursday night J Ci liar Commander D E Thomrfs Rec ord Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O TMMeets first Friday evening and third Friday afternoon of each month Mrs Z Wayne Griffin Lady Commanderi Miss Sue Telser Lady Record Keeper Preston Morton Post No4 O A nholds regular meetings Saturday bes the first Sunday In each month F K Porter Commander R A Andersll AdjOhio Tribe No 188 Imp Order Red Men meets second and fourth Wednesday nights in each month Seth Mose loy Sachem J Ney Foster Chief ot RecordsWoodmen the World meets first and third Wednesday nights In each month R L Twcddell Counsel Commander- Dr E B Pendleton Camp Clerk KadolForlndigestion palpitation of the heart Digests what you eat I nj i fUSJfW 9 wk y J V J 71 ij i 1o J J1ii5 1 t f I 1 l I jq F L 61- f f PREMIUMS AWAIP l I i IN FLORAL HAll v it Recent Meting of the Ohio 41County Fair Association v A list of premiums awarded by the OhIo County F all Company Septam j ber 1907 in Floral Hall Rag Carpet strictly rag Miss Ber tha Plillllps 200 Silk Gloves home made Mrs 11ntt1e- D Barrett 100 Pair Home Made BlanketsMiss Ber the Phillips 100 Best Rug In Yarn Sirs Mattie B Barrett 100 Best Rug In Rag Miss Bertha Phil lips 100- Neatest Calico Dressstyle and ma chine work considered Mrs Ella Pirtle 150- Neatest made shirt waste Wash Goods Miss Lorena Saunders 100I 1CottonMaggie Griffin 100 Silk Embroidery any stitch Mrs Maggie Griffin 5100 Handsomest tray cover or carving cloth Mra Maggie Griffin 100 Handsomest center piece Miss Sue Yalser 100- Handsomest Bureau Scarf Mrs J L Smith 100- Handsomest Mantel LamberklaMiss Clara Webb 100 Handsomest Piano cover Mrs Ej M Morton lSw- Hemititchcd Napkins not lets than six Mrs Ella Pinle 100 Handsomest Sofa Pillow Mn J S Smith 100 Handsomest Fancy Handkerchief Mrs TRxf Morton ilOO Neatest Hemstitched Handkerchief for lady or gentleman Mrs John T Moore 100 Best and handsomest Calico Quilt j Miss Merty Williford 100 DOlt Specimen Battenburg Lace Mrsl T D Jleiifrow 100 Beat Specimen Crocheted Law Mrs Maggie Griffin 100 Neatest Apron for lady or child Miss Adu Miller 100 Handsomest Silk Quilt Mrs J L Smith 100- Iitudsocuest Worsted Quilt Mrs Mattie B Barrett 100 Beet Specimen Drawn Work in Cot ton or Linen Mrs Maggie Griffin 150SHandsomest Bouquet Mrs T J Smith 100 Dust Specimen of hand painting Mr J L Smith 100 Beet Cucumber Pickles sour Al bert mal 100 Best Display of Jellies 3 varieties Albert Rial 100 Best Quart Peach Preserves Mrs J S Codl 100 Best Quart of Pear Preserves Mrs T J Smlth100 Best Pint Home Made Grape Wine Mrs J S Cecil 100 Best Pint Blackberry Wine ails Lorena Saunders 100 Best Pint Rasberry Wine Mrs J S Cecil 100 Best Pint lame Made Blackberry Cordial Mrs Leslie Cooper 100 Best Angel Food Cuke Mrs Lizzie McKennoy 100 Best Cocoanut Cake Mrs J S Ce cil 5100 Loaf Salt Rising Bread Mrs Lula Peudleton 100 Loaf Corn Bread Mrs Ella Pirtle 100 One Pound Butter Mrs J S Ce cil 100 Five pouuflo of Comb Honey Mrs T J Smith 100 i Best Watermelon Isaac Shown JlCO OnchK bushel No 2 Red Wheat James L Ur own 150 j Lost White Corn bushel in ear John P Foster 100 Best onehalf Bushel Yellow Corn I in ear W W Pirtle 100 Special Premium best collection ofj Peaches Mrs J S Cecil 100 Best Plymoth Rock Cockrel and Pul let John P Foster 150 Red Quid Game Cock and Pullet 0von rrniJrong 150 Best pair Pit Game any kind Owen Armstrong 200 i Black Liisshaug Cock and Hen Mra Eva Foreman 150 Brace Turkey Tom J W Foster 200 Brorro Turkey Hen J W Foster 1160 Parkin Ducks pair J W Foster 100 18 Brot collection of chickens any kind Mrs Eva Foreman 200 WantectITen men to cut tie timber For fur ther particulars call on or address- C P KiiOWK Hartford Ky Hartford College Moro than seventyfive per cit of tha ttii7rc v U ti zty received their trrJairn in this faold schoo Its UudtntR and craduatcs have won Illatinttt3A In every honorable occupa ttrti rJ 5tS=jii Ita growth baa been Jfccay s Jaflacsea fcsa WaSsaadUad tta Wboiabt far dc4ac XMll nttach tag to EMi 1wUtf Zfua faRr to year drf J t- Latyc1rS enrollment was the iFg I Vstff jtbo history of the school ami 1 it fc expecfed that next years enroll t WJlI Bo even larger Studenta j mayetijerat any time cid are given 1r hsslstaIieo when Jt Is needed The First Term begins September 2 l9d7 Second term begins November 14 1007 Cataldgues sent free x Address all communications to- N L Gray President Hartford College Hartford Ky- Notice to Milk Consumers Beginning October 10 fresh milk will be sold for 25c per gallon but f termllk for 12Yae per gallon and bu tter 25c per pound AiM BARNETT OEkf3T 7RYbatbtheTheKIM You Wa1o lieots BollI GofRepublican Speekeng Dates E WILLSON IAUGUSTUS nominee for Gower nor the following tithe r and places at 1 oclock p m except when otherwise noted Versailles Sept 28 Hickmait Sept 30 Bardwell Oct 1 Mayfield Oct 2 Paducah Oct 3 Murray Oct 4 Benton pct C Harrodsburg Oct 7 Owesboro Oct S Calhoun Oct 9 Henderson Oct 10 Morganfiold Oct 11 Hopkinsvllle Oct 12 Scottsvlllo Oct 14 iBowlilg Green Oct la FranklIn Oct Ifi Elizabethtown Oct 17 Hartford Oct IS Leitchfield Oct 19 Shepherdsvllle Oct 21 Newcastle Oct 22 Walton Oct 23 Wllllumstown Oct 24 Cynthiana Oct 25 v Bedford Oct 28 Carrollton Oct 29 Covingtou Oct 30 night Augusta Oct 31 Nicholasville Nov 1 Louisville Nov 2 nigth W O BRADLEY Saturday Sept 2S Russellvllle Monday Sept 30 Grcensburg Wednesday Oct 2 Lancaster Friday Oct 4 Lexington Saturday Oct 5 Grayson Tuesday Oct S Heattyvllle Thursday Oct 10 Corbin DR BENJAMIN L BRUNER The Republican nominee for Secre rotary of State will speak at the follow lug times and places at 1 oclock p m except when otlerwlse noted Wllllamsburg Setp 27 Lebanon Sept 28 Scottsvllle Oct 2 Tompklnsville Oct 3 Burksvllle Oct 4 Glasgow Oct 5 Morgantown Oct 14 JAMES BREATHITT The Republican nominee for Attorney General will speak at the follow lug tint s and places at 1 oclock p ime xcept when otherwise noted Friday September 27 Wickllffe Saturday September 28 Smithland PIkeville October 7 Prestonsburg October 8 1GreenupsiVnceburg October 11 Maysvllle October 12 Ashland October 12 night W R BLACK Manchester October 7 London October 14 McKee October 21 E T FRNKS Dixon September 30 Bratidenljiirg October 1 Lavrenceburg October 3 Stanford October 4 Sholbyville October 5 Falmouth October 7 Cynthiana October 8 Carlisle October D Mt OHvetO cttober 10 Mt Sterling October 12 Owlngsville Octloher 14 MAJOR A T WOOD Munfordsvllle October 7 JUDGE H R DYSARD Morehead October 7 LASTCALL For Tax in Ohio County The time is getting near when unr idol the 1906 act of the Legislature Twill be compelledto collect all taxes so if you havent a tax receipt when I that time come you will have to pay A per cent penalty and clerk cost 170 extra So dont tall to pay your tax at once and save this extra cost RB MARTIN a Q Cnl Land for Sale Fiftyfour acres good farming land for yale one mile from Hartford oni pike Will go at a bargain 31 M WESTERFIELD ed I TELEPHONES FOR COUNTRY LINES ehhIntwtliluinoi and line lopplle titnth on blind rOD1 HMES CI ARK JR ElLCIRIC CU 3U WValn tit Los1a Wey a x y- I i- ff 1 I I WHfl I1- II1 1 1 REPuiLICAN NOMINEEF I- wIfI 9 IiU Y- I Ml 1 fev t 1 7 Lr V r t I KNTUCKT o Will Speak to thePQple of Ohio County a- tflARTPORD FRIDAY OCTII 1 At One Oclock P MT T ctu r andGiftedAlike for Republicans and Democrats =Ic RENDER Sept 24idrs W D McElhinney daughter Miss Carolyn Virginia Miss Mabel Peters and Mrs G FRI nnd son George all aft Central Cit werathe guests of Mr and Mrs SJmontJpnes last Wednesday air anil Mrs Lewis Keowri1 attend the Owens bolo fair last Wednesday J H Brown of Central City was hero last Thursday John S Spence was in Central City Thursday The Central City Cornet band sere ThurSdaylvcnIlngplaylng two weeks visit to relatives 1 T Mrs T Jahn and MVs Mary Mer cer and Messrs Messrs T Jahn and J W Baker attended Ihq Owensboro fair last last Friday x Messrs Sam Sr and Davo Fisher spent lastFriday and Satur day in Owpilsborp and Evansville Messrs Isaac Osef and John Englo by attended the State fair in Louis ville last Friday and Saturday lire b Francis spent last Friday and Saturday at Mercer Station E Hf Hassle of Louisville was hero last Saturday Rev and Mrs W A Grant of Con tertown were here Saturday H A Garrett lit Mercer Station was hero Sunday Messrs Simon Jones and Joe andJ fp J ffr SundayRev and Mrs A J sonDoSunday d40meyesterday forhei Roy Armendt of Fordsvillo and werehere1GeorgoM Burton of Simons was I ffrSlmons1 Ifrom HarrIsburg J mouth PJiil adelphia WUllamBport Pa and Atlau io H HI I HJBJ tItic City and Camd V j after an dlppthsHereportea in health Ic i Jno Fraf Iahas Eta Vptedivposltlom ttv111llceMrs E H Gwynnj isiyjsltlng Dr nnrl TVTt o T o vt Statrelatives 1 FitesdayOctobereon and t eePtlrc ticket jt ffim f V TK9 IiilYtiihrs ate J t J tc1 o t