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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rt 1 t1 l I I f I t 1 i l I t ttxrtfer UqubUcaitFineii Rob Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year 0L Xx HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 41907 No 117 h i AN CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE j AGAINST CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT i x jfTrcular Letter Calls Attcn tloo to Its Iniquitiesr If Adopted Smallest Technical tits May Distrtncnles In ocent Voters The Republican State Campaign Coutmittee and Republican speakers just now giving attention to the pro posed constitutional Amendment which vas submitted by the last Legislature and which is to be voted on at Hit coming election The following circular letter has been sent out We wish to call your attention to a very Important matter which should be especially dwelt upon during this campaign and its infamy made known to every voter In Kentucky The last Legislature by a strict li party vote every Democrat except one r voting for U and every IV1IUUIIV1II voting against it passed an act sub mitting an amendment to Section lt of the Kentucky Constitution relating I to suffrage and elections and nddin another class of persons who are di1 qualified as voters as follows Siv Acts K v Legislature 1900 pages UOH 15 Persons who have not at least GO t days before the election at which they offer to vote paid in full all State County municipal district and school taxes due by them for the year pre Ious tohe one in which they offer tovoteUnder the priovisions of the Constitution this amendment will have to be ratified by a majority of the voters of the State voting thereon before it becomes in fact an amendment to the Constitution This proposed amendment is a direct blow at every man in Kentucky who by circumstances over which he may not control is unable to pay either his State county municipal dis trict or school taxes within thq yea r previous to the time at which he attempts to vote It makes a money or property qualification necessary to al low our citizens to vote and If adopted thousands of poor men and thousands of others who through ignorant of the law or mere failure to promptly pay their taxes will be dlsfranchls ed The Democratic party claims to be the friend of the pllor man yet ills attempting to deprive him of till most sacred right of clitzenship viz the right to vote Not only is the proposed amendment f an outrage against the rights of th+ poor man but it is also a trap lint which thousands of citizens owning 4l property might fall and be dlsfranchU ed To Illustrate If a property own I er owning several pieces of pryper ty should promptly pay each and ev cry item of State county mulnclpal and district tax which be may owe and yet through inadveieHC nhoiui derstanding or dispute or fur any other reason should fail to pay tli most trifling Item of school tux Iii would be disfranchised under the 1 ru posed amendment He must have prld each and every item of every kind of taxes that may be asEcsed against him before he can vote You must not fall in every Wt JI Bible to get these facts before tlu voters and not only show them exactly the position of the Democrat but also to see to it that the votTH In your section shall vote against the pro- Posed amendment and thus bellu defeat it Very truly ALBERT SCOTT Chairman Young Girl Triesto Kill Entire f family at Madlsonville Madlsonvllle Ky Oct 2Corn Clwton white about thirteen ycnr old was arrested late last night at the residence of Amos Hooks about three miles north of here where site had sought t ttftempting to poison the e h of S irff aa Carlyle with Paris green Tine k UdSas that thedaniUy was mean ohe nd she took Vftte means to glleven I 1 She had put half a handful of tine poison in a coffee pot Just infer euy per and had stuffed a tcaapooriful lit the babys mouth Some of the poison had spilt on the babyB dress and sirs Carlyle attention was attracted I Aol AVhflitwas found to be parts green search vaVinlltut jJ f U 11that Atli tteapOE i a9dgwaer 11Wplso I 1Yfrta I allo thu enormity of the offense oxprwtmH hwtulf an sorry that the tit domeIflu3 Rev Virgil Elgin HKV Virgil Klgln who takes the placo of Rut T A L wis as IIa8torI over thu Haft ford Circuit is a ms about iO years of age tutu healthfii- of energy n fluo pastor and a strong ofIlocal schools ami tin Kentucky WiHhynn College He line at home two ilaughturs not yet grown Ho is a clean pure good man In everyway worthy of public confidence He has filled Impnrlant pastoral charges was once presiding elder on this dlsC trlct Many of our people know him Wl predict for him a successful 111111 torhlo and extend to him a cordial i I welcome I ENCOURAGING REPORTh FROM LOUISVILLE salGreat Republican Gains In Regis I ration Make the Par i ty HopefulI The Louisville says sixtyone precincts accurately reported a total vote is shown of 11353 of which 1505 are Republicans 1913 are Democrats told 1939 are independent As it is conceded that the great ma jorlty of independent voters always t thus apparent that the regisuitlon InII dlcates an overwhelming sentiment h favor of the Republicans The Demo j erotic leaders however together with tithe RepublicansconUiid that this year I more than over before party ties will be severed Ihus making th registra taw by no means indicative of how illEdIzatlon Committee of the local Repub j lican ticket said last night I The gains of the Republicans j throughout the cltj fur exceeded our expectations According to reports re ceived by Ropubllcunworkcrs at oft r headquarters there are actually mire Republicans registered than Democrat for the first time In the history of thu city In many precincts where there have heretofore been forty and j fifty Democratic majority over the tol Republicans the reverse is true this year The Republican organization reJ4 maincd Intact throughout the dayjei showing far more stability than hasol over before characterized our work t IS I 000 our or lal ut with Blue tiro JAMES A DUFF Rupiihllcnn Nominee for ifipresenta tn tiv of Ohio County I VUH Rebounding of Gun Caused hisI neathI ijfih OwoiiHlioru Ky fHt JWTIW re lIlIlIlul of II 11111fIPhlllruled fihot lion today Iauiwd Uu drul f 11 Ham McOwly tilt tbruu oars of age weicGrutly thenthe of gattUtl a n Iml 1Ilulr cljL yes Tire hull of tho gun was ugalnfit lU ablonuu uhgn he stepped Ina holo and the gUll Wild dlsclmrged hU abdomen but did lug lc roll a iwln in nut think much of It until he roadltod heclIlIIO Ill and tiled In er I which heal badly torn s11f OUR EXPOSITION PARTY RETURNS s Visit Washington Traverse Famous Potomac to Expo Many Other Points of HistdInterest YisiteQ by Alithe Party I fThe Republicans Jamestown Expo jsltion party returned Wednesday night from a nine days trip to the E poiUoni and other points of interest In The party was composed of Misses Ethelyn Jones Bertha Pirtle and Cora iThomas ou and chaparont by EditorIB Smith and wife of the t TuesdarISeptember 24th the party leaving ford at 130 oclock p m of that Hartar1 taking the Illinois Central train i Louisville where at 615 oclock jjeiapi siitrnnn5 ton D C The C S O traverses a most picturesque and interesting stc IUon of the country embracing the ta mous blue grass section of Kentucky the mountainous soction of East ru Kentucky and the continuous almost unbroken mountainous section extend ing from the western boundary of West Virginia to Charlottesville 1rginiaI ijOn our arrival at Washington we be the countn s most beautiful city I and viewed with deep interest the p deur of its splndid buildings b and well I sIIhours viewing the many Interest things in and about the Capitol1 building which is distinguished rbyits commanding situation and maJ proportion for the dignity a beauty and design and the adornmentc und decorations which beantf it wt out and within All these unite to gl tpbring noblesti97 feet above the water level it overlooks the famousP Potomac and from its towering Ro S tunda or Dome canbe viewed alto the entire city The entire length of the Capitol building Is 731 feet and1- Is 350 feet In width and covers an area of mom than three and onehalf acres The Library of Congress we alsoI paid a visit of several hours The I brnn j grounds join thos of the Cal The building is of the flail Renaisance1 order of architecture a jltae has three stories with Dome and sby 70 feet long and 340 feet wide covtri nearly three and onrhalf acres eon ground The building contains fr thousands and probablv millions volumes of books and the cost of conjthings strutting same was nearly 0001 i The While House the Presidents residence was also paid a visit andth party had the distinguished honjxa of entering the East State parlor used by the Presljof dent for receptions It is a mag nlglclent department 40 feet wide and tor CJhighchandeliers hang The decorationsijam wall and ceiling are window draperies of gold T room the Red room the room the State dining room the PresJ dens room the Cabinet room and th j Presidents office were closed to visitors a they always are except on special occasions or to certain individuals time generally those who have business with Ita President The President had Just i 115Illdt The Washington i enclosed Shaft of White marble Ithf ilmated on the Mull near the Potomac also visited by the party Tbe- lIonument jcc Is the highest work of maiof In the world and is 535 feetth The summit Is reached by akin light of stairs of nine hundred steps l was jlngIIICtltnlnutea The party being somewh- aried attired chose to take the elevator tormu top from which one can view thei country as far as can see Tho party saw from an auto loblle observation car the build- Ing of the Government Print car Office Dead Letter Meuseum i urday lureau of Engraving Agriculture De artment Pension Bureau P09tOfJcel Department Treasure and many historic buildings and places in of weeks and months might be I slantin seeing the many things of In which they contain iterest trip to the Exposition was re plemberLuSlargest whIch plies the waters of i Potomac river and Chesapeake bay was boarded for Norfolk After an al batt theisam evening The Exposition grounds were viai t the folloring day and many of the in ereatlag exhibits were seen The nexi aF being Sunday and the Exjo i J grounds being closed to visitors party crossed Hampton Roads by waj of Nwport News to Old Point C fort Here is located Fortress Iton rUe one of the strongest military fortifi cations in America It was hre tout Jefferson Davis the President of the Southern Confederacy was confined jat the elosot the Civil War It was fIn front of tills fort that the Merrl aS and Monitor fought the famous Naval battle during the Civil 8rr and it as this fortification that Spanards planned to attack during late SpanishAmerican War The Fort 13 manned by the latest improved lsvouar1nir 12 inch guns and Is conJ sidetvd by military experts to bei impregnable It has witnessed the j theIl t the return trip to Norfolk the Brook llyn on of out navys secondclass t t cruisers which If generally spoken as warship was visited This gE tarnI tic engine of war is built of solid s it inches thick both above and bet tbelxatrr It is about 619 feet I length and draws 25 feet of water propelled by tour mammoth etrgl IStWIdGfiitrnl Schl s flagship in the b IIt of SanUuco in 1595 when the Spanish fleet was completely detrov ed During this battle It was st a Spanish SInch projectile nh ItCei 3 bt of most effective l andalatest Improved guns the Slnch The the largestIt nvns day and nit that was not stvn j oa the previous day was viewed by the I The Mxpusiiion is nut uu iitutk a scaly as the St touts Irr reoatltI interesting featuirs In whi e two shows were wan in The History building probably eon jalrs the most interesting of any of na extiblts In our brief visit to thei huildng we saw he first printing lr5 ever used in the tnltd States janicautjrd in which General Washington induring the Revolutionary rillCharter of Rhode Island granted j Charles II when Rhode Island wasIorganized as territory the eying to William Perm the land i trl which the great Stare ot Pinuv flsylxania was sormed and many other of equal interest Wluu wasjv Jktiywn as the Pike at the S Louis0 Worlds Fair Is known at the JamtSII town Exposition as the War Path O jito famous passway are located thej shows of the Exposition hi a reproduction ot the battlet Manassas the battle of Gettysburg a1tand shows entitled Struts of 11 the Baby Incubators Trained il i Animal Shone the Klondike t various others of less importance triHItIinrn Here a and VtIthe party visittd the State CahaI building which was the seat orof Confederate Government during the ex ace of the Southern Confederacy j which Jefferson Doris the fist and only presldtI Confederate Government by party made no other stop ex IOf at LouLstilte and the remainder the trip was uneventful further ig additional points of interest seen to the great mountain system which traversed both going nad return The party arrived at Hartford 1130 p nt Wednesday somewhat and wearied frtJm travel but delighted with the historic and interesting trip the Kentucky Cattle Shipped to Eng odasVine Grove Ky Sept 30 Eleven Are loads of fat cattle left here Sat He night forClverpool Eng har buIabout 15000 and Is o e- trans lash the largest cattle deals ever 1 and Inry WILLSON ALSO ASKS QUESTIONS Repubg3li can Purchase dtBeckhams Pardon Record Crestes UpontheDemocratic Audiences mtBardwell Ky Oor 1i ask y too Beckbam and you Auditor Hager If you lived In Louisville or Cotinton would you put your stamp under th party emblem where will appear election day the name of Owen Ty tor Mayor of Louisville and those the Covington Democratic city ticket ttheed with the liquor interests Will i vote for these after going n the State preaching temperance these people of Kentucky know just how you stand In this matter anddis Prove if you ran my charges of In sincerety against you These w re the words with which Augustus E Willson the Republican nominee fur Governor closed a part c ularly earnest and apixtillng address to a large audience In the opera h hlfeelgo1nswI enlightenp v joints which the ho dowRECORDnparooncproj1tld Into rh l limelight of public opinion by Mr Wil Governruckrnw ImEchp o to P i i ixical ends end personal advantages i He riled iwrtlcular attention to the huge numbor ot pardons granted durfine Gay Beckhams administration murders and these convicted nmnslHUghtpr and specially to th- ftreven r iMirdons granted for crimes uaatn women An appalling record j Willson tailed ir and one for which no axcucan be offered 1hi it possible that you people c fbllev that thlrt sven Juries we wrong in these crimes against worn en he asked his audlnce Noyou know or can guess why these j ar C dons made iSae Fire Marshal Mott Ayres enm for a lung share of the Republic nominees attention In his jtaec today Mr Willson told the voters horrfthat members of the State machine had intimidated Judge Frank Peak Shelby county whet tier lator want d to furnish ballots in flit primary alacdon lust tan in Hickmaa county here Auorney General Hayes I VtRunusual strength and wh re th achine leaders found it tueont enie n furnish ballots to the voters hOIchances of the emocrats of First District for United States Sii A and Governor and thy will r T r It for a lung time to come I Mr Willson said that in all the vi V polatmeuts of the present adminisvr Hon he would like to find wlue u v Coufedernte soldier had betn rn s i tlpfr Young who received a j Wr fe a railroad case and naturally f I ry grateful This exception though hN said was rdly to be selected as an insano recognition to the exConfedeni s Auditor Halters fitness to be Got ernorof of Kentucky was discused ar some length by Mr Willson and iii Semonln case in Louisville was offers him as an example of dereliction duty to the people of thSe im the Semonin case he said Mr Hi r held your tax money up from one two months in order to oblige a defaulting county official Then he went onto tell how M Hager worked desperately to secure Semonlns reappointment after the Court of Appeals had put him out UT office because he lHager knew how exposure of Semonlns defalcation would Injure him with the voters tatter all that Mr Hager comes and ks you for a clean bill of health you going to give it to him asked You wouldnt do It in a bank and this is the same kind lora siness proposition IYou wear the yoke and bear the Iuntil your hearts almost break Inow trio question is are ougo Ig to kiss the rod that smites you B I = C f or are you going to rise up in your independent citizenship and throw off i the yoke which the citizens all over awayJe KentuckyThe exists among the Democrats over the elec ton of their State ticket Is full of i significance and it Wa stated today that If Gov Beckhani and Congress una James would only play a return engagement at this place the Repub almostinereditable ntDemocratic oftCaleb Powers Indicted Again Wednesdays CourierJournal says The Franklin county grand jury Tuesday returned an indictment ebarg inter offers with coo pin together with ia tasetsey of Newport now in the State complicityLethe fired the shot which killed Wai Goebel ia Janwir IWO The otbttts indicted with Powers are Howftfd r3I Benton ot Newport a lawytr Jennie Gatrj alias Julia Sir of Lxngton and Pay C1raid to bah uf Ken on oMrty LOUISVILLE CONFER ENCE APPOINTMENTS oftOwens oro District Will Harbor The following appointment WtN made by the Louisville Comtenaetat Columbia last week for flit OvtttSboro district Presiding alder R F Har5 Ktla 8rctfttf1IeR Bennett Woodlawn B So Shef Owensboro circuit C F Hartford Hawesvllle J F Deaioabrua Greenville J E Lewis Gwnrill trctilt E B Ryan Central City A CurryeiSmlthson C mertofn A N Lowe Hartford Virgil Elrln Lewisport Shuart LewUport circuit E E Pate Livermore R F Hartford Yelvington B F Williams Steph5 Catoilhkinrost Rome W C Hay s Sulphur Springs J A Goodman thetat Ncently Dr F L Creech was made presiding elder for this district aad G W Dame was returned to tort Nocrovk Cinniit Autumn Winds Guard your complexion against the weather wear of this season Roughand reddenedcomplexions need a good toilet cream as an antidote We know that r Itt CREAM OF ALMONDS Is just the thing and we recommend it strongly as we know its formula It ua deKnte cleanser and beautifier pure wholesome and free from grease If it fails to please you bring back the empty bottle and we will return your money Per bottle 35c James H Williams The Stare 4 nfvia- I r A I ERROR BRADLEY TURNS m tmMCB SUN LOOSE iBgy Icl ham and Hager at PrincetonWtHis Against Constance tend Will M Misrepresentation JE all the estimates of expend TCaBjnwlt by Gov Beckham and Au dkiftc Hai r they have seen fit to sttect for a basis the condition of af laiavjww of February and June 1800 lchthey call the end of the Taylor ia inlstration As to which one Is wnect as to when what they are afrnsad1 to call Taylors ndmlnls wsUon ended Cleave them to recon illt but as Mr Beckham commenced KHh January 1900 instead of Febru arst 2G tOO It Is proper to state fcbtttver that they differ several teratavl thousand dollars but that is A ftjnalL matter among friends TXYLOR HAD NO ADiUNISTRA TION ICrCMlow cUlKensTaylor had no- Eeltiniurdtiou From the time he was toeted to the time ho went out of of ifktthe had not one moment of peace iltigglet in which to nUmlnister any ttfctct Tim an effort was made to have ftc Election Commissioners issue a wtfUcaie of elecuoif to Goebel al irwth tic rtturaa showed Taylor kid been elected Failing in this a Most was inaugurated which re vdirad all of Taylors time and which tjtt the State not only a large sum c utwey but which auto if we are ilr fcdOeve Gov Beckham and Auditor lister brougLt bloodshed and dls mcaon the Commonwealth ll must not be forgotten that dur j tef this time the expenses of a Legis- Ibuire accured and that there were tear rival government in Frankfort tz1t bst Mr Beckham and those asso tiiKMi with him and the other by Cw Taylor and those associated with 8Ci that each of these was baclted Jy a military force and that the cost trf tiro sctH of Sat a officers were paiu 1f v the Comnuiuwealth Not only so frti aAnr heavy taxpuyvrs were afraid iu qtY their taxes to either govern ment in consequence of which these- on were not paid in time to be In- tshWed n the satiates made by the- 11artr ciii ale last day of June IOO twkh e S by February il litOO TIVJM iiitu furnish the reason why tote + tatel need by linger and Beck baa vcr sell Ted auifeiiy thj selection of inch a I MJfion which to make comimrl unfair to tho Ileepublicans and- iivennitOre unfair to the voters who ow tkini at ompted to bo misled and JiUKiOll I fu C Taylor had no Himinlstra iurglt elC11 be was robbed I i t MUIOH with poor grace for thos 4 Arvrt the beneficiaries of that mborr con + tantly to indulge in alms bin vlittf they Are pleased io cull his I air rt latratio Every sane honest iwcaIn K n ucky knows that 1aylorI WMB l1ftd Uv n Gov Beckham ad I n4v hi lab t ai chilly prepared pub k iftefCh at Taylor was elected 1i r w ill socalluc aiUiu cf I VIKf CoiiBiil ring tills speech there CIA tie but one answer it was the I dsetieD n Bradlvy What was the sJit niako of 1809 There can tit Vt oji niawer The election of 11kiI my T ir was elected Governor atxL as fI rived of his office whit c iLte4i 11 mblanco of n fair trial T1fee sn i of tho Legislature did uafcTiUJ t iUiminous testimony that WBthw in Not only so toned oiRiily and has been provenI GellerallUtnrllbh twt hat u i published journal is a i teWir Tins odium growing out of the elecI- UfIkcj lii t uid the gist U tttMi to ihoai whom the people had- letsctvd I v ua so manifest ami wide apt iJ that r Beekhani was forced Co dill an extra session of the Lcgisla jcTS to change the infamous election dais which war done Bvvn II all of Jlr Bockham claims alts true us to the assassination of iCnvbol it would out have occurred j ILL thtfirnBkOl will of tho people t 01 beet lei il II and Taylor been roll Bud of his office The assassins of Bbtrty ai tin thousand times worse turn the ayrrains of any ImUhlul1I t vU rt turn to tho Qmniiftl Cililou ot the S nc direct bruGhlsBirfcham anti linger i 7ltr HUT A IN LOUISVILLE IN IJiOOJ- j tffli ire told that Governor Hrnd- JttyI a t xvrawcd the Democrais of Louie jrtl bv I hIt iatf1 fob all remember till bitter LJUIiYI1IHI1Iad twicy fey ono of the daily paperll M thxOjurlejJournal bulldig ard i f even Mr Haldemaus residence shawl be burned You all remember how only n few hours before the election officers already agreed upon and tip rl pointed were summarily removed by the Democratic Commissioners and others nppjointed iu their places wh could bo relied upon to do whatcve r was necessary for suqcess You all remember the fatuous proclamation of Mayor Weaver that only intensiflc public excitement You all remembe r how leading Democratic citizens o the highest character called on Govern or Bradley at the Galt House and in sisted that they would have an honest election or fight to the death and how these men gave affidavits show Ing that the Democratic county and city officials were in league with the Democratic candidates to have a fraudulent election and could not be trusted to controll the militia You all re member that the militia was station ed In their armory distant from all the polling places and not one was al lowid to go and vote unless he went in citizens clothes You all remember that the militia was never called from the armory until some hours after the voting had ceased and the polls clos ed near 7 oclock p m and then at the request of Judge Toney another Democrat who stated that he had is ued a mandatory injunction requiring that the Inspectors representing Join Young Brown should ho admitted to witness the count which had ben ignored and that the local officers had refused to serve it- COULDNT FIND ONE You all remember that in but one instance such an inspector was put in and that when the militia reached the other voting places the count had been completed You all remember that while thu registration showed more Democrats than voted for Mr Goebel that the proof before the Con test Committee at Frankfort showed that tin percentage of registered Oem ocrats voiing was greater than the per c Hinge of Republicans You all know that hundreds yes thousands of men who registered as Democrats voted for John Young Brown and W S Tay lor You all remember that the city of Louisville was raked fore and aft to find one nine who would state before that commission thai die did nut vote because of the soldiers being called out and placed in the Armory You al io remember that no such man was bund that the militia was not placed at any poll in the city and that no nilitiameii interfered with any voter that tiny You all know that the Governor issued a proclamation in which he stated that his only purpose was to keep the peace and refused on the tight preceding the election to snake a political speech gn account of the condition of affairs And you all know that peace was preserved the- ciy of Louisville saved from bloodshed flames and dl grace and that Taylors OfIflcelsam saute circumstances were to arise toI uio row and 1 were Governor I would do the same thing You all know how lections in Louisville have been con ducted you all have heard of the recent decision of the Court of Appeals that put every one of tho ring in Lou svllle out of office on account of the must disgusting fraud and this is sufficient to convince you how well fount t d wore the fears and complaints of 1599 whim the same gang was in con Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it Prevnlcncr of Kidney Disease Most people do not realize the alarming increase remarkable prcvalcncj of kidne Vhilckdncydis are the rordcrs common that pre they arc the last by patient and phy sicians who emi tent tltcltlsclccri- vjIh iloctcri g tie Jccts while the orig inrlcrabC undermines the systcmT what To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often CVTOSBSI that Dr Kilmers ilw vniiipUoot tile great kidney remedy fulfills every vish in curing pain in tw back kidneys liver bladder nil 1e1 of the minanrasa e It corrects inability riul seaMinir p in in passing it or bad effects followun use of liquor wine or beer nod overcomes that unpleasant ne cessityof being compelled to go often luring the day and to get up ninny durin the night The mild the extraordinary effect of Swamp Root is soon relied It stands the highest for its wovlcrful cures of the most dis tressing C3CS If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by drug gists in fiftycent and onedollar sizes You may have a sample bottle and a took that tells nil ibout it both sent free fIilmerhamton N Y When noneof Brampfcoot writing mention this pa er and don t make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and be address Binghamton N Y tr 1JImilitiaGoebel got majority there po wasever complaint made Doubtless Kad the sane result been r1ched In Louisville there would have been 111 similar asqnlescence You have been told that ifwas 1113 coltntrol of local peaco Thi would haVe been done had I not been satisfied from affidavits and conduct iiofrivolous They would have you believe that- I was acting in a military capacity They forgot that I was Chief Magis trate and Chief Peace Officer of the underfcivil and not under military authority I had just as much authority as and more than any other official in the i State to preserve the peace It Is true in such cases the law provided that the militia might be placed in the hands of a local peace officer but nowhere required that it must he done I nor was there any provision in the law declaring that the Governor could not preserve the peace when local offs were unwilling to do itISuch a law would place the people in the hands of a mob rather than secure them in their safety When i grand old John Young Brown was Governor and a prize fight was ad vertised for Louisville being assured I that he must not rely on the lo al- peace officers to take charge of he militia he announced that he would I como in person to Louisville and take charge of the militia unless it was called off When this was done he Deanand had a perfect right to proven a prize fight while I a RepubHcanyou are told had no right to preserve lie pence and of a great city on election dajITHE ASSASSINATION NOT INDORSED Dot it has been said tint the R Republican piety in contention in liJOO approved the assassination of Goebel by Indorsing the administration of Taylor An examination of the pro ceedings of that convention will siiow that a resolution was introduced which was unanimously adopted denouncing the assassination and calling for tat active prosecution of the assassin Gov Tliorne onCe said that all that was necessary to lint an exclhig fox chase was to drag the skin of a fox across the fields and that when the Democrats desired to have some i excitement in a campaign and inj- iliuue the people all that was necessa ry was to the drag the assasshia tionof Mr Goebel over the State Appreciating tho force of this con duct every campaign has been filled with bitterness Usually some trial of some of the alleged conspirators has been restored to bun for some strange reason Caleb Powers now demands a trial In vain I Fellow citizens I denounce that as sassination and I have always def nounced it I believe that the manor men who did it or counseled it 1f1 indeed it was advised should long slice hall their necks broken Hut when any until tells me that tho death of Senator Goebel was the result of a Republican conspiracy I denounce it as utterly false I might with even mor reason and propriety charge that the murder off Marcum and others in Brevhl iotin t y and the release of thos clrirged with those dastardly deeds was the I result of a Democratic conspiracy But I hive too much respect for the Democrats of tho State and too much for myself to make any such charge I believe that the lard t mI 1y yj tune people of this Saf in all parties are honorable anti patriotic The con stant parading of this assassination Is but an evidence of cheap dmagOR j that is both unjustifiable and discred stable and Is resorted to like charity to cover a multitude of sins ASKS FOR PEACE Shall we never have peac i in this I Commonwealth Shall we never be allowed to decide political questions in the clam light of reason Wo are all Kentuckians by birth or ndopUonand in the name of this State wo love I ask for p ace Let us discuss Fhi wel fare of the Commonwealth its up building and Its prosperity Let the courts settle the criminal chargS anti do not ask the people to settle them Even the Cincinnati Enuirer is so disgusted with the constant allusion to odlItorlallSeptember Offt might be the best thing for the whole community to close tin bloody incident forever Powers should be treated fairly THE MILITARY IN 189C But youiure told that Gov Bradley called out tIle militia to prevent the Democrats from electing a United States Senator I am sure that the old time Justice of the Almighty does not exist today as it did in the days of Ananias If it did we would have been called upon very lately to attend more than one funeral The people of Kentucky will re member the history of that nffairTh Speakers of both houses filed affidavits showing chat for many days thaijpint Assembly had been overawed bylaw N 6y r r-x less men It was shown that Senator Walton an old and respe table man had been assaulted in the Senate S had liecnassaulted in the Seriate chnmb l and a state of lawless ness revalletfthat threatened the lives of Senators that Representatives The local authorities were called upon to change this condition but affidavits wero filed showing that instead of doing this they had affiliated with the Detnoiratlc rioters The newspaper were filled with expressions of disgust and strictures on the Governor for not doing this duty The Courier Journal asserted that the Governor had allowed a mob to overawe the General Assembly right under ails nose Col E IL Gaither of the Second Kentucky Regiment a gentleman of courage intelligence and honor and a Democrat telegraphed that a mob of Democratic desperadoes was coming to Frankfort to take forcible possession of the Capitol Then It was thatI the militia was calld out not loprcI vent an election but solely to preserve the peace And the peace was preserved and the shedding of blood pre vented The militia was given orders to admit all members and officers of the General Assembly all the State officers the candidates for tho Senate but to exclude all others and to do nothing except as it became necessary to preserve the peace The balloting for Senator proceeded Jirst as it had done before except no desperado was allowed to intimidate any member No Senator was elected and the Genral Assembly ad journed in peace But I shall not worry your patience by further comment on this matter except to say it was all threshed over In the campaign of 1899 which resulted in the election of W S Taylor IT IS EASY TO s MIX RECIPE Mix it at Home by Shaking Ingredients in Bottle Hundreds of People in Vicinity Here Will Welcome This Advice Says Druggists What will appear very interesting to many people here is tho article taken front a New York dally paper giving a simple prescription as formulated- by a noted authority who claims thatI lie has found a positive remedy to cure almost any case or backache or kidney or bladder derangement in the following simple prescription if taken before the stage of BrIghts dlsi easel I Fluid Extracts Dandtllon onohalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce I Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Shake well in a bottle and take In teaspoonful doses after each meal and again at bedtime IreIscrIption iare all harmless and can be obtained- at asmall cost from any good prescrip 4beher stated that while this prescrip ion Is often prescribed in rhumatlc afflictions with splendid results he could see no reason why it would not he a splendid remedy for kidney and rimiry troubles and backache as It has n peculiar action upon the kidney strucmvp cleansing these most 11IInportantto sift and filter from the blood the c the foul acids and waste matter which I cause sickntss and suffering Those uf our readers who suffer can make ho mistake In giving it a trial Turns Wood and Water to Sugar- An electrochemical process by which wood and water are actually converted into the purest and sweetest sugar is being demonstrated in a Western city says Popular Mechanics The nachlne which costs only 1000 Is composed of a water boiler a furnace for healing steam until it turns Into hydrogen and oxygena retort in which the charcoal Is reduced to a gass and mixed with the hydrogen and oxygen a water tank in which the com ination of gases is cooled an air com chargedf islclaimedcommercially at 1 cent per pound from elements almost as free as air 1 I Many Submarine Signals 1The French Government has approv ed the tuse of sumhralne slgnalingand I has ordered submarine signal bells I actuated by pneumatic power to bo ilacde at tho ends of tho piers at Calais Boulogne and Havre and a ubparlne signal buoy to be placedI for trial off Havre AI ml bell has been fitted to the San I dette lightship off DUI lrktor some workingfj s o e from Ha rroHo the Elbe x I r ++++ +++++4+ ++f++ + f+ + + + + tr THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co INCORPORATED t WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE HT BD8T- ELECTIUC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN I HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME LttORBUSINESSHOUSE SIIOULI ti i BE WITHOUT THEM WHENN I t fli+ i F+ifFI ++Fi F F4+++a++3 firwd ++++ 020 ++ f F+ Y + II AAAAA6AAAAAAAAA AA o2c5A offIo cr 000 ooo UQQ poo O tSd 1 Ohio County Supply Co Ifi Irrocar1C 1 tect 1a Icyf4 t- 1 Hardware Machinery and all Kinds t t I of Fanning Implements Jj 4 i3 youItJj- jo can f2 recommend all our vehicles Can make prices to suit all customers 43 Agent for the famous Oliver Chilled Plows Blount True Bluo ja 44and Moline with all repairs for same A full line of fence wire Steel and Felt Roofing Mycrs Deep hit 94 Well Cultivators Disc Harrows and Drills Also all kinds il adiof Field Seedsbit2 We handle the following well known brands of Wagons Mitch bit 4 j ell Mogul Blount and Owensboro Also Deering and Milwaukee gt 4o Harvesting Machinery 4fl We sell the best Gasoline Engine on the market and Corn b lit Crushers and Meal Mills to connect with same Lawn Mowers J Mtcqlay a r7Yco 00 L- FYrcorY r iserr Moo r r4 u 11 Incorporate- dMANIJFACTRES1111 EGYPTIAN CEMENT FAMOUS VAULTSA- nd I puts them in the grave The only absolutely Iperfect vault made his watprtight airtight ver min and wormproof Thu greatest invention of the tIC age If yiu desire to Iny away the dead in the most satisflctulv mahntvr yon will cortainly demand ono of thc UvHUIt jManniiictiircd right here in Hart ford BLACK B1RKHEAD Mgrs T D RNFROW DENTISTA- ll work in his line executed by the Imost improved methods Crown mud bridge work a specialty All work guaranteed Office up stairs next = door to Woerners shoe store Hart ford 1 JAMES C BENNETT- P O Dox 123 Hartford K- yLICENSED AUCTIONEERWill I I erty in Ohio county Terms reasona ble Your patronage solicited w I 1 i r v SLLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS Kingsdew fOR COUCHS 1 I oo TrW BoW Freo AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBL- ESGUARANTEEDATIsFAOTOR OR MONEY REFUNDED c I I otoforerperteeaJaaddeereportYree 7 COUNTRIESJm 11Pa u J PRESRETURNSj TO VIIITEIIQUSE- I AliDepartirients Become Poor v I Lively as a Result t Y Ul Soon Formally Approve New t Constitution for State of Oklahoma The Presidents return to the cal1 r ital has operated as usual to glvc impetus to the national government and everything seems to be moving more briskly under the stimulous of Jkjhergy One of the first acts of the Chief Executive and one which ex hibits his characteristic fairness was to announce that ho would formally approve of the Oklahoma convention whfclt will add I five members to the House and two to the Senate at th coming session Mr Roosevelt mule it very clear that ho did not v of the convention personally that h shared the very poor opinion which Secretary Taft expressed of the in strument In fact he told sonic of his friends that were ho to put his personal opinion of the constitution into words it would not be fit for publication But he examined it i confcrredlonon circumscribed limits he will formally approve it as soon as the certified copy and the certificates of its adop tion reach him Oklahoma has al ready elected her officers and member IIIof Congress The latter include two r Democratic Senators three Democrat- Ic Representatives and two Republican members of tho lower house The chief opponent of the admission of Oklahoma has been Speaker Cannon but the President believed that he had no right to take politlcnl consid orations into account when he Passed on the problem quiettare said to be very Interesting and straight from the shoulder as his ut terances usually are Neither will hereveal anything regarding his com ing message to Congress except that so far as ho now knows it will not contain any suggestions of amend ment of the antitrust law The At torney General has some Ideas on this subject however and when he has laid them before the Executive they may appeal to him so strongly us to lead to their being incorporated in the message It Is probable that the President will take advantage of the great prosperity of the country and the extraordinarily prosperous condition of the Treasury to urge a con siderable addition to the navy and the enactment of the navy pay bill which will give to the enlisted men and officers of both tho army and navy I material increases of compensa tion running from a 30 per cent Increase for the enlisted men of both arms of tho service down to 10 per cent for the higher ranking officers If there was any doubt in the minds of the readers of certain regarding the coming cruisenlwspapersI lantic fleet to tho Pacific t ident must have removed it He took occasion to assure a number of news paper correspondents who called onI him that the fleet would go or he would know the reason Moreover he has sent word to the Navy Depart ment that everything must be pushed to the utmost to enable the fleet to get away on schedule time At present it is expected that the fleet will redezvous at Hampton Roads by DcI cember 10 A week will then be required M to coal and to make time final r preparations so that It is expected that barring unforeseen accidentsit i will sail for the Pacific about Decem ber 17 It leas been decided to install an elaborate system of telephonic cqm munication in each of the battleships the whole to constitute what is known as a system of fire control By Its use the commander of tho ship wlll be able to Issue his orders simulta neously over time telephone to time com manders of every gun of a given size there being a separate central for eachsize of guns on the ship It is estimated that this will require each battleship I to remain fifty days in a navy yard but as it had already been calculated that each must remain In a navy yard for at least thirty days for painting repairs etc and it Is as sumed that as tho electrical installa Hon can go on simultaneously no final delay will result I It is regarded as noteworthy rtflat never since the President n tfounced r t to battleship f1C OUld go to the abltlr Tins nrose word been heard frgra Japan Itls known In In ner circles In Washington that the Japanese legislation of the last session haa signally failed of Its purpose the exclusion of Japanese laborers from 1 this country nUlt Is regarded as al most certain that the United Stats will tie obliged to eek an exclusion treaty with Japan during tho coming winter battleships are not 11l1n t9 Fourso it Is the experience ofrev cry diplomat that they have mu ih tot f A Bold Stop To overcome the well groundod and Intelllgtintto Nspursuedbymtstlc use an so has published brqad cast and pwcnly to the whole world a and compfoto list of all tho Ingredients entering lnw tho composition of his widely celebrated I es Thus ho has taken intoafsmove I edlclnes from among seCret iiastr ot doubtful merits and made CompolSttkmn rnroavrda r P e a- Ic I to sn act them o 1Not only does the wrapper of every bottle tllofamousliver biliousness and all catarrhal diseases allrhwherever located hae printed upon It In book haA been compiled from numerous i standard medical WOt all tho ousocxtinicertiromthotiitJnuaotleedin medicinesOnel1I1helnmOC8t I orblIttlobookmineraleand that they aro male from native medlcl oftheweakeand debilitated women wcro employed lung slmllarailmentsI Intothoscription was known to the Indians as SquawWeed Our knowledge of tho uses of not a few of our most valuable native me IndiansAsmostnwom asprolapsusovercoming iialnful period toning up the oflIdo with Diking successful the work of this Jiitft accomplished diplomatist It Is a fact Unit during il last quarter of lie Fiscal year something over 10000 Japanese secured admission to this country and while many of these came In as teachers and merchants most of them were found doing man ual labor within a very short time af ter their admission while the gov ernment was obliged to expend 15000 for railroad fares alone for the deportation of Japanese who had sneaked in over the Mexican and Canadian boundaries It Is expected however that Canadas decision not to admit Japanese without passports will have the effect of cliecklng the practice of Japanese slipping into this country illegally The Price of Health The priceof health In a malari ous district is just 25 cents the cost of a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills writes Ella Slayton of Noland Ark New Life Pills cleanse gently and Impart now life and vigor to the sys tem 25c Satisfaction guaranteed at all druggists m Resolutions of Respect Whereas It has pleased the all wise and living God of the universe to call front labor In this world to refresh ment in the world beyond our dear brother Thomas E Cox who died at the home of his father Mr Albert Cox on September tho 18 1907 Forcibly reminding us that in the midst of life we are in death There fore be it- Resolved that in the death of brother Cox Sulphur Springs Local A S of E No 1 has lost its president and most noble mcmbcrHe was earnest and faithful in the discharge of every duty- Resolved that In his death the fam- Ily has lost a kind and Indulgent son and brother And the community in which he lived a good citizen Resolved that we tender to the family our heartfelt sympathy in their great bereavement and commend to him who doeth all things well Resolved that these resolutions be spreadupon the records of our local and a copy ho furlnshed the family and to each of the county papers for publication Done by the order of Sulphur Spring Local No1 L L ARBUCKLE a D MURPHY Committee II Notice To Miners and Farmers We ask of you not to buy wagons or buggies rom the HickmanEbbert companyof Owensboro 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 tf Old Engines Railway engines which were built in England over fifty years ago are still in use on the Sweddlsh lines i DYSPEPSIA OFTEN HANfiE5DESTINY Men Who Neglected Their Bodie- Failed When Success Was Nigh Man has a machine ah apparatus of delicate adjustment but of greatI power his body but too often he f neglects to use It Ho lets it rest In case or slumber In sloth He coddles it He arrays it in fine linen and pampers 1t with Indigestible foods often sparing it the arduous labor of mastication lIe permits it to sit awl wardly with crossed legs or stooped shoulders as If tho trunk was too fragile to hold up Its limbs or the weight of the atmosphere was an I Atlas load for Its back And what reward hath the mind fpr this indulgence granted the sybarite flesh Ingratitude granted the sybar poor debilitated muscle and nerves justly charge that the overseer mind has been neglectful of its duties and despising so weak and ignorant a foreman desert or rebel and leave their shouldbe boss Impotent to carry out the true work of a man The marvelous mind of Alexander which ruled a world had no discipline I for its body after It became acquaint ed with oriental pomp and sensuous ness and disregarded the stalwart 1111 llty with which In other days It tan ed Bucephalus Xapolean busy wilh rearranging the masIUIallowed It to pass In the rough Into the spoiled child of a stomach trusting to the Hvera weak one Inherited from his fatherto complete the di gestive process or compensate for the lack of mastication Probably the great disaster of Leipzig was due to his careless eating Voltaire has said the fate of a na tion often depended on the good or bad digestion of a prime minister I and Motley declares that the gout of Charles V changed time destinies tho world ofI Balzac incomparable novelist at fifty when he had planned for ILI life of rural rest died because allowed the craving stomach to have coffee at all hours and in great qualm saulICIl1l1Inof human society his body cabined in a monks robe took no exercise but struck to a garret except when a sheriffs approach mode flight a thing desired by the agile mind In their delightful essay Saints I and Their Bodies Col Higglnson says Three of our four Greek fathers ruin 111111Idsonly of time whole eight were able bodied men Ambrose Augustine and Athanaslus and the permanent In fluence of these Hires has been far greater than that of all the others put togethr He is born for a minister New England parents once said of the puny twits ot the funnily tree while they deputed the lusty limbs to hear the buffets of secular storms Luther scoffed at Juvenals axiom ofa healthy mind in a healthy body an axiom commended to the degener ate Romansbut other religious lead ers have welcomed and heeded the warning contained in the saying of the great satirist If Valvin was an Invalid all tho days of his life George Michael and Martin were robust If some noted prelates have not treated their bodies as they oughtwo have seen even a delicate Leo XIII Illustrate to the letter mens sana In corpora sanonoston Globe Bitten by a SpiderIThrough blood poisoning caused by i a spider bite John Washington of Bosquevllle Tex would have lost his leg which became a mass of running sores had he not been persuaded to try Bucklers Arnica Salve He writes The first application relieved and four boxes healed all the sores Heals every sore 25c at all druggists in Effects of Senator Beveridges Marriage The anxiety of merlcans abroad to rush home resulting In the crowl t rush home resulting In the crowding of steamers to their utmost was well Illustrated today In calllcltyI of the Baltic Every on board time gigantic liner was taken and time special trains which left Eus ton station at noon for Liverpool established the seasons record for their length and the number of passengers j OOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOO t Convalescents need a large amount of nourish c- fa ment in easily digested form rScott J Emulsion is powerful nourish or o menthighly concentrated withoutceALL DRUGGISTS J SOc AND SIOO 0000000000060000000000 I i lUmSllWUiy they carriedtI coitained Dovuldge but they did not appear on the traits or boat The White Star receivedshe had asslgnesd to Mr Bevcrldge a ault on another boat A party of American women on the train found a fruitful topic of can vel marriageIpossibilities One said in the sweetest tones Imaginable I do hope his wife will teach hum tc talk about somelhong else than his own greatness AnolKr spoke up saying Since hi marriage Senator Heverldge has become a Presidential possibility which he was not before Ills wife Is arc willIsee Dr Ing Business Again When my friends thought I was andlholm Troadwell N V and when It lookd as if there was no hope left I was persuaded to try Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say that they are cur Ing me I am now doing business gainingiGum lIt ed by all druggists uOc m THE ANTIQUITY OF AGRICULTURE Probably Originated in South And East of Eu rope The origin of agriculture says Prof Vlegond of limo University of Bonn is lost In the mists of antiquity 11e know that in neolithic times in Europ eight kinds of cereals were cultivated besides flax peas poppies appkM pears plums etc At the same l dometII bye ds of pigs dogs In all likelihood agriculture arose Jin the south and east of Europeand spread gradually In time cemter north and west A hum ing population is sllghtmtlamollnt holds good as a rule for pastoral communities In all cases a powerful consiralnt is necessary to force these people Into uncongenial employment Fate Is stronger than will gnat at va ions periods In different climes luiii tors and herders have been forced to till the soil The desert Prof Wigvhund says in another part of his paper jiotwith camxmuniIcationthe sea to early mUll It had In fact I three manifest advantages over the Mediterranean 1 This desert i nio hates further Into the Interior of tin country It Is several times larger than the Mediterranean and can thieve lore tap more countries It reaches to precisely those countries that the Med iUTanean does not touch 2 Time desert does nut oblige the pastor to seriously modify his mode of life In in order to traverse the desert It Is necessary to arrange the journey in stages but these stages once created the pastor can live in his own way A numerous troop can cross time desert They travel in caravaiiH fir greater safety and defense against pos yiblu atacks Such are the reasons which caused early man to travel over limo des ert before voyaging over and ull ling the sea- Tliontas A Edison the great Amcr 111Icent of the Illness of mankind con s front eating improper food on to much toast people are inclined to ovr Indulge themselves This Is where indigestion finds Its beginning la newly every case The stomach can do just so much work and no hiov Surd when you overloud it or when you eat the wrong kind of food the dlgesiivu organs cannot possibly do the work demanded of them It is at such times tint tho stomach needs ouItend to this at once by taking something that will actually do the work for the stomach Kodol will do this I It Is a comblnatlnn of natural digsants and vegetable acids and contain the same juices found In a healthy stomach It is pleasant to take It digests what you cat Sold by all druggists m Weight of Atmosphere- if you write twelve noughts after 5210 you will have in figures the nun bPI of tons representing the weight 01 time atmosphere surrounding the earth j If you take DeWltte Kidney timid Bladder Pills vyou will get prompt relief from backache weak kidneys in flammation of the bladder and urin ary troubles A weeks treatment 25 j cents Sold by all druggists m v I I The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has bcw In use for oor 30 years has borne the sijniaturo Of A and has been made inidor his pos wsonalsupervision since its infancy no one todqccivc you fu tliii All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are bii4 Experiments that trifle with and endanger time healtU df Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Rnriy goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other XnroatV substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Yormr and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhaja and VSTimE Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation regulatesStomach Jtijr i The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAy Bears the Signature of t uThe Kind You te iiIn Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTAUR COMPANY TT MUDMAV CTRCCT flEW VCHR CITY NI 1 0 11 II J Wi Mtll R OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville HeraldSlCr THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 32f THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal ioo THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat i7 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm I2s THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan SS THE REPUBLICAN and T vicea Week 0wen sboro Inquirer IK THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 3fTHE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaVeek Oboro lesson gor IT THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine L5t THE RKPUBLICAN and TaylorTiotwuod Magaxine SL5J Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN 0Capital StouK 25001 Surplus Profits1200f Will loan money from drr to 1 months This is your ItCome in DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alvlu Roe ux Felix Jim Polk Stoveoc 3L 11ajue Griffin Aeaow mosan7nnsetic tlfrMtLt3t13 orloaiolX Ic tf 4fLLER 4 Of THE SOILt- q 8 y Will Make no Mistake by Visiting the Reliable t 4andWoll Known Firm of bY- C ti II WILLIAMS S MILLERfi 6 C J For anything theybleed on the farm They t1 C 4 j handle Plows of all kinds and makes hiss j t and bt fiv41 agolls and b kcIn AdditionWo have the beet equippedshop in count tt 4l fitted with the 1ate3t improved maclineryvud ap L 4q pliances and besides all kinds ol generalBlaclcSmith tt C4inb can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other moilerated4y VIILLER f d ad BEAVER DAM KENTUCKY fi9 1 o t th it c A 1 r 1I1 44 I r = Hartford Republican balled bl the Hartford Publishing Company INCOKrnKAVXD1 dlr R4NIETTt WHOM E llMITllTES PSiOiTU- Ou mbr1o d 34 Zotxsh 31122FRIDAY OCTOBER 4 I Examine the label on your paper U Itls not correct notify us REPUBLICAN TICKET For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON of Louisville j For Lieutenant Governor W H COX Of Mason County For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT Of Christian County For Auditor FRANK P JAMES tOf Mercer County For State Treasurer CAPT ED FARLEY- Of McCracken County For Secretary of State DR BEN L BRUNER- Of Hart County For Supt of Public Instruction- J G CRABBE- Of Boyd County Commissioner of Agriculture M J RANKIN Of Henry County For Clerk Court of Appeals RAPIER ADAMS Of Pulaski county For State Senator- J W WRIGHT- Of Muhlenburg County For Representative DR J A DUFF Sulphur Springs Precinct For Jailer- WILLIAM1 FLEXER Of East Beaver Dam Precinct Vote for Wilson and lower taxes The Republican platform demands nonpartisan courts Only one month from tomorrow until Wlllsons election The people are fast getting on to your curves Mr Hager This will be a good year to let the floater float on both sides Duff and Flener will be a good pair to draw to for Ohio county voters Like Wellman Mr Bryan is only waiting until the wind is from the right direction The Roosevelt hunting trip has be gun but the only difference is in the character of game The negroes are helping the laborln men to cast a dark cloud over the prospects of Secretary Taft It Is a wise candidate who can fool part of the people all the time much less fool all of themall the time In addition to the crop of hay he got in Oyster Bay the President harI vested a large crop of magazine artfi cles Farmers all over Kentucky are too busy saving their crops to help save the sinking Democratic State ma chineiIf you want to separate the chant foriWlIlsonticket The Republican State platform de mands a repeal of the miserable res istratlon certificate law affecting sixth class town j The Democrats lowered the tax rate Ih cents and raised valuations 25 per cent This was lowering taxes with a vengeance Those who think it will be nice to tote a tax receipt in addition to a little old dirty registration certificate to the polls in order to vote should support Beckluim and Hager u =The safest thing for the temperance voter in the country is to vote with that party which is running the tem perance candidate in the city of Louis yule where the greatest liquor rote exists The McKinley Mausoleum was ded icated at Canton Ohio last Monday I in the presence of thousands of peo1 pie The principal address was dellvl eyed by President Roosevelt Gov i Harris and Judge W R Day also made speeches Vccording to Democratic speakersthe littlfe handfull of Republicans in they last legislature passed the revenue law and tho dog tax law First thing we i know the Republicans will also be ac ri fI i u cused of passing the Legislative gerrymandering act Somo of our Democratic friends think It alright for Republicans In the States of Ohio and Pennsylvani to bolt their party in order to turnout grafting Stale machines but In Kentucky well that is a horse of another color I When Lafocra got t6 Brown vlle his crowd got down to just tWo voters who were wiling to snake the sacrl fico to hear him It is no wonder people will not go many miles to hear nigger discussed by a candidate for a State office The idea of rem vlng the tariff on tobacco to kill the tobacco trust is a new one It ought to be preserved In alcohol It will soon be denied by Its author Any Ohio county farm er who would ba willing to see Cu ban tobacco come in free Hager and Tjler expect to catch em coming and going In other words they expect the saloon element to swallow Hager In order to vote for Tyler and the temperance folks to support Tyler In outer to vote for Ha ger Nice plan Will either side be- fooled by It When Mr Lafoon Democratic candidate for State Treasurer said in his speech at the Court Huose Demo crats build penitentiaries and Repub leans occupy them he undoubtedly iad4n mind the acquittal of the HarI jlses and the conviction of Caleb POW- ers by Democratic juries In th6 death of Dr F B Converse which occurred at his home ville Monday morning the prcsbtelI Ian church loses one of Its most ministers and the Journalistic field one of its strongest ad most fearless exponents of truth and right As a minister and editor of the Christian Observer he was known all over the South where he will be greatly missed and mourned REGISTRATION RESULTS- The returns from last Tuesdays registration all over the State was favor able to the Republicans In the clt- of Louisville especially the returns indicated a majority for the Republican ticket which may rtm to eight or ten thousand In Covington Paducah Owensboro and other large cities the showing Is also good for Republicans successIn towns of Ohio county in al most every instance we have made ubstantial gains The two Hartford precincts show the following result East Hartford Democrats 42 Re publicans 21 Independent 2 Total 65 Democratic gain 7 Republican gain 5 West Hartford Democrats 75 Republicans 76 Independent 5 Prohibi tions 1 rotal 157 Democratic gain none Republicans gain 1C The total registration in these two precincts last year was 195 This year the total is 222 The net Republican gain in the two precincts is 14 Tho vote will probably be increased 10 or 15 by the supplemental registration making this the largest registered votejvhich has been had since the law was enacted An Honored Citizen Gone Mr Samuel Keown one of the oldest and most highly respected citizens of Ohio county died at his home at Fordsville last Saturday morning He was a member of G A R Post No 11 a Master Mason and a member and deacon of the Baptist church He Is survived by five sons and three anddaughters exSheriff C P Keown Captain John G Keown of this place elilg two of his sons He was a soldier in the Union army and at the battle of Chickamauga he received a severe wound from which he never fully recovered He wag buried Sunday at 10 oclock a m In the family burying ground the Masons and GA R Post having charge of the ser vices irSam Fizzell Killed at Island Coal Mines Wednesdays Owensboro Messenger says Sam Fizzell an employe of the Memphis Coal company at Island re ceived injuries yesterday morning by icing thrown from a loaded coal car which resulted in his death at 7 oclock last night at his home He was operating a coal car running it down a grade and the brake refused to work The car smashed into an other car The force of the collision threw him between both cars The wheels of the car he was on ran over his arm and leg Tho bones were badly crushed A physician ampu tated his arm shortly after the ac cident The shocjt of the accident and operation resulted in his death Mr Fizzell is survived by a wife and three children He was twenty five years old and highly respected The funeral will probably take place this afternoon Mr Frizzell was once a resident of Ohio county where he has many acquaintances who will Le sorry to learn of his death Something New Buttons glade while you wait Cloth to match your goods Any bize- BARNARD CO DA6UfiENTILE AND NIGGER RYAN Go to the Pen =Democrats Lose two Good Workers t Chased out of Louisville The Strike an Inhospitable Country The Louisville Post says Tjie Dem pcratlc Machine in Louisville =whicl Is the Democratic party will this year have to get alofig without the services of two of its most capable workers The Evening Post some weeks ago told the sad facts of the conviction for murder in Denver Col of Mr Nigger Ryan who as a diamond thief and Democratic worker had been repeatedly crowned with the laurel wreath in Louisville Nigger got a life term and there seems to be no chance of him getting hero for reg istration or even for the election The latest Democratic statesman to get into trouble is no other than Wlllii Luvisis dear friend Mr Dago Gen tile The name of Dago Gentile runs all through the contest records Dago operated at the Luvlsl precinct on election day 1903 told was close to Dr Bullltt when the lntter was assaulted On the witness stand Gentile said that he went to the precinct to work for the Democratic party at thei request of Mickey Brennnn The fact that Dago was an ex convict did not interfere at that time with his enlistment as a Democratic worker Dago was sent to the Frank fort penitentiary In 1900 fqr robbery but he was released by the Prison Board and returned to his old haunts In Lmilsvllle where repeatedly arrest ed he nevertheless rmaind in some favor by his staunch party services When Mayor Bihgham appointed J II Haager Chief of Police one of the first orders given to the detectives by Col Haager was to go forth and find Dagolwho had been operating nroun depot and place him in a cell Dago managed to fly from the city in time however remarking as he went that the old town was going to the bad It was nevertheless hoped by sonic of Dagos friends that he would quiet ly return fortreglstratlon and do some work for the party of his choice even If he had to do so under cover This hope will not be fulfilled Lust Saturday a heartless jury In Mt Clemens Mich convicted Dago of robbery and sentenced him to five years In the penitentiary At the best there fore the Louisville Machine cannot have the assistance of Dago before 1912 In the meantime the citizens of Lou isville are saying to both Nigger and Dago We dont care if you never come back Incidentally it may be stated that Nlggre probably nev er will Cutting Tobacco and Corn The farmers are reported to be unusually busy in this section this week cutting and housing tobacco and cutting corn Withthe approach ol cold weather there was a spirit of unea ness among the farmers as to the near approach of killing frosts and they nn eager to get all the tobacco cut and safely put away In their barns before i frost makes Its appearance The i tobacco yield bids fair to exceed expectations in color and weight The I corn crop will be a good one also It Is ripening fast and will soon bet ready for the shock The farmers are getting ready for the sowing of wheat and a large acreage will be seeded I I Willson It is n sorry picture that State Auditor presents In this campaign for the honorable office of Governor of KentuckyTwo three months ago Democrat ic hopes were high Much was heard about the usual majority and the lead partI tucks vote But things have changed From Hager at one end to Newman at the other the members of the State tick tare forlornly moving from county chilly1as ten to their plea In the meantime Mr Willsons campaign continues to be a triumphal progress and from every section of the State comes the assurance that its citizenship isv rallying Ito the banner of the Republican lead gerIreprehensible on his trip through the mountains Is now alleged on good authorilyto have been engaged in offering promises to pardon for convicts in the Frankfort penitentiary to their relatives among I the voters IThe man who would resort to such 1 tIi meansxtjf gaining votes is not only absolutely unworthy of public confi dence and respect but Is a menace to public safety and should be relegated to some sphere of Inqcuous priva cy Tho Democratic machine has had a disgraceful record in its use of the pardoning power Governor Beckunc has set his Auditor an example which ho seems to be pretty ready to follow to an extreme that outBeckhanu Beckham This trifling with the law in its serious aspects while no hew practice on the part of the machine at Frankfort is one that eKntucky will no Ion gel tolerate On the eve of rin cleclio this type of activity Is particularly per hicious The man who allows sentiment to actuate him In meddling with justice may be excused as n weakling but the man who meddles for motives of personal advancement is guilty of a heinous offense Against the safety and welfare of the State We do not know that these charges against Mr Hager are true and most sincerely for the good name of the State wo hope they are not Louisville Herald Stray Heifer Red with horns taken up last Sat urday Owner please call on Joseph SchroaderM itchol farm Everybody should hear Hon John F Lockett at Fordsville tomorrow He is one of the best Orators in Kentucky MAIL SACK TORN AND CUT TO PIECES Part Ot Letters Scattered for Sixty Miles Up the Railr01ldI A mail sack thrown from the fast New Orleans Express at Beaver Dam Wednesday morning intended for Har ford was drawn under the train and cut unto fragments by the wheels Letters and papers were cut Into rib bons Parts of loiters were picked I up on the tracks at Cecllian with enough tho address left to tell they were intended for Hartford and were so and sent here Cecllian is about sixty miles from Beaver Dam and it is considered little short of miraculous that the letters could have been carried so far by the wheels Among the important letters lost or destroyed was the certificate of nomination for J W Wright Republican nominee for State Senator in this dlstrlctwhich had been mailed here for filing with the County Clerk It was mutilated so that it wits worthless and will hY to be duplicated It is not known whd I is to blame for the accident Farm For Sale- A tract of land containing 200 acres or more about 3 miles from Hartford on the West side of Rough rAvel about 30 acres rtfcr bottom re mainder hill land about 25 acres in timber 20 acres in meadow good two story residence good barn and plenty of water Will sell at a bargain For further particulars call or address J R PIRTLE Hartford Ky SUNNYDALEI Mr and Mrs A LCrnme and Miss Irene Whlttlnghlll visited at Mr Leslie Combs near Hatrford Sunday Mrs G B Lee who has been very sick for some time is improving Mrs A J Hines spent the day with her daughter Mrs H E Ren frow Monday iMrs E J Ward of this place went to Dundee on business Wednesday Mrs Florence Willis and little fonI Muster Alva called to see Mrs Willis i IonIdaMr Chas Colburn In moving this f week into the Palof lghborhoodI Our new preacher for the next ference year Is Rev Joseph AI I Goodman We are glad to have Bro Goodman with us again I Marrfage License The following marriage license have Keen issued since our last report Arvis Vedding Narrows age 22to Bessie Graham Narrows agd 16 G W Coombs Rqckport age 19 to Mary Williams Rockport age 18 Ira D Beau Hartford age 27 to Bernie Miller Hartford age 24 E B Allen Horse Branch age 20 to Flora E Burdon Olaton ago 17 Sam P Ben nett Narrows age 51 to Annie Dunn Narrows age 9- 2Horsesx for Sale On Monday September 30 1907 at Court House sIn Hartford Kentucky at 1 pm I will sell 12 head of horses and mules all In good condition For further particulars apply to J C Wa gen or O1ODIAxn theTle KM Yea HartAhnrs Bought Kfottoro dI I Wf Opened I L J I r- i ReadYi L r ij t F a 1 OJ TO- t ShoW r We are willing to show We m t vite you to look afthe seasons newest and most popular conceits in Ladies Misses and Childrens Hats Everything new More no vel features represented in the Fall Millinery than ever before and you will want one when you see them Miss Merrie King still reigns su preme in this Department Marks of her most excellent taste can be seen over thousands of beautiful feces in this county Now we want her to have the pleasure of showing you We dont ask you j r to buy we only want you to look 1 Read on Every Department of this mammoth establishment is full Iof the seasons necessities and a corps of courteous salespeople at your command i rel y E P BARNES BROS BEAVER DAM KYa LiVlIf 1f Jr faiJ1 FOR THE BUSY READER XV Christopher Baker a wealthy young farmer of Boreland on his way to cut corn stumbled and fell cutting his left hand off Beech Hargis youngest son of Jas Hargis Jackson Ky has been miss ing several days and his mother fears he has been foully dealt with There is an epidemic of scarlet fe ver at Cralgs in the eastern part of Davis county Mr and Mrs Marsh Corey have four children dangerously ill of the disease at one time Gov B B Comer lias sold his 18 000 acre plantation in Alabama and it is understood that the pifrchase was made JQr Booker Washington who contemplates locating negro colonies thereon j A young woman In Erie county Kan has had sixty beaux since her debut a few years ago but as yet no proposal of marriage and a female friend says she does not know whether she Is socially a success or a failure Frederick Morgan was campaigning In Noble county Oklahoma and treat Ing the boys to candy tlnd clgarswhen a young woman walked into the store and said Ill take two pairs of stoelt Ings und Morgan was compelled to buy them While Morris Lutz was waiting at the altar in Des Moines to marry Miss telIegramHenryOranskyat home to their friends A goat walked Into a cashiers office in Wichita Kan and seized a check which it was eating when the cashier threw it on its back and choaked nun til the animal could hardly breathe checkhad appointedJudge CircuitCourtCaleb Powers on the charge of con spiracy in the Goebel murder clue lastGeneraltheOldamShelby RiibreyArrive Mrs A E Bilbrey f mily it8 II 1 th Lula Hoover of this county arrived with her husband last Friday to visit her mother and other friends and rel atives of this county Miss Lula was formerly one of the most noted teachers of this county but for the past few years has been teaching in Okla homa It was there three years ago that she met her most devoted friend Prof A E Bilbrey of Tennessee Prof Bilbrey visited Miss Lulas home last I summer while she was in on vaca tion which resulted in their love be ing made public and the marriage ceremony being quietly solemnized on April 27 1907 in Mangmn Oklahoma The happy couple spent the summer months at Mineral Wells Texas and after a short stay in Dallas Texthey started for Tennessee and Kentucky via Chicago Niagara Falls New York Washington and Jamestown Prof Bilbrey is a well known teach er of Oklahoma and their many friend cordially welcome him After a month y visit with their mother Mrs Mary Hoover and other relatives they will return to Oklahoma where they will be engaged in school work for the remaining year + Urges Congregation to Vote Against Tyler Tho Rev E A Gaddis pastor of the Green street Baptist church colored in a sermon Sunday urged his hearers to register and voteagainst Owen Tyler because of his atttude toward the Sunday closing law Does Your i Ffeatri j1Yes 100000 times each day Does it send out good blood or bad blood YQu know for good blood is good health bad blood bad health And you know precisely what to bloodAyerSSarsaparili endorsed it for 60 years i lhIlrerbloodneap Aw 1deb7JOlyerOoLowelirtae i HAIR VIOOH f cune tIersAOU8 PECTORAL j 5 PnblllsI I 1 i t r I a Ln PO fI iit- t rFAIRS CLOAKS j I J greatest variety the very latest styles and the very closest prices Dont buy be= fore seeing our a = sortment We are only insisting on a look Our exclusive styles and low prices do the rest Calland seeI r CLOTHING AND SHOE- HEADQUARTERS I h Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 4 I illinois Central RallroadTlme Table North Ron ml- No M nili Bound m dUB 49T a ID No mdu 1131 n in NolSMtiel230pm No tel due 248 pm No lt2 due 248 pm No till due 040 p m New Millinery every week at Fairs The Patrician Shoe for Ladles at Fairs i Buy your Fall Overcoats Suits at Fairs We have Suits to suit you at prices to suit you Carson Co Buy your Millinery now The rush is on at Falrsrj kDont buy your Fall Dress until you see Fairs Woolens You should see Barn rd Cos line of Fall Dress Goods Mr J T Morgan Nuckols was a pleasant caller Monday Fairs Millinery will please you f best selections lowest prices Barnard Cos Crossett Shoes and Schwab Clothing are the best Esq Ben S Chamberlin Nocreek was a pleasant caller Monday Only the correct styles in Ladies and Misses Wraps shown at Fairs Bigger and Better Bargains than ever in Fairs 6c and 10c basement Slip Inside ofone of our fall Suits and you will be in style j r Carson Co Miss Letta Marks is visiting her aunt Mrs Rebecca Marks near Lou 1 lq s JUdge R R Wedding and wife are the guests of relatives at Barretts I Ferry this week Barnard SfCos line of Rugs Drug gets and Furniture cannot be beaten in Hartford or elsewhere t1 j Mr Htram Taylor ROclleJA lbcoth va the guest of the latter last Monday night I IS A great many ladles will wish later r that they had their fall Hat and Dress Goods herelrMessrs Frank Lowe r btook and Allison Barnett who have fever arcreported tp tie get typhoid as Well as could be expects 1 4 t i if course you are going to need a newthisotseason t Its only a question of whereto go to get it Now we want R to give you a spec yial invitation to call at our store where you can be assured of the I G M Rowe Houston Tex was IIr a11hr Tuesday Good judges of Clothing buying our 10 12 and 15 Suits on sight Carson Cot Fairs exclusive styles in Millinery make their Millinery parlor a lively place Mr J r Williams Taylor Mines was a pleasant caller while in town Tuesday Narrow Brim soft stiff hats are the latest Mens Headwear Fairs have them Mr W E Newbolt has moved in to part of the Crabtree residence on Clay street Mothers bring your boys to Barnard Co Hartford and let us fit them up In new Suits FOR SALE CHEAponenew Stude theHartfordI r Miss Mbseley Barnard Cos Milliner invites all the ladies to give her a call for the latest in her line Mr George Forman who was suffer ing with a badly swollen hand last week is considerably improved Mr F L Sanderfur Bee Springs came home to register Tuesday He was a pleasant caller while here Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 4Gtf Mr and Mrs R W King are the proud parents of a fine boy born Saturday Mother and child doing well I WAITED AT ONCE 100 teams I 325 per day Walton Wilson Rodes CoIMr Berry Rial is erecting a naw barn on his Ipt in tho Holbrook addition aA will build n nice residence soon 1 Mrs Amanda Phillips who recently sold her farm near Sanderfurs Crosslngls building a nice residence In the Old Fair ground addition The next session of tho Louisville conference for the lIE Church South will bo held at Owensboro That city t having been selected by that body Columbia last week atI Young Mr Ira Moxley of who was found in an unconscious condition by the roadside some three weeks ago is still unconscious and there seems to be but litI th ono change in his condition J t Mr L E Everly Matunsas called to see us yesterday Fall Overcoatsthe long rind the short kind every other kind at Car son Cos Our highgrade Clothing costs no more than the common kind sold else where Carson CotMiss Lula Walker left Owensboro where she position with Anderson CoII Mr Joseph Schroader of the Con i cord neighborhood wasn pleasant caller while in town Wednesday Mrs W T Woodward left last Tuei day fotf DoniphanMofor a few visit to her mother Mrs P Ak weeksII Mr J W iMarks has accepted Billon in the engineering of the iI H E departmentI been assigned at Dundee Mr Thomas D Owen Llvermore one of Ohio countys best citizens p and a staunch Republican wasa pleasant caller Wednesday I If you didnt know the price you would be willing to pay more for our dress goods than we are asking Carson Co Little Miss Annie Lee Taylor daugh ter of Judge W H Taylor who was reported last week to be suffering with diphtheria has about Covered The Electric Theatre will have new attractions tonight Also the bowling alleys which have been undergoingI extensive improvements I for useiC M Crowe IHon were In Paducah this week as delegates from Rough River Lodge I No 110 Knights of Pythias to the State Grand Lodge While working around a saw trill near Narrows last week Mr L C Crawford accidentally got too near the saw anti I came near getting his Vrm cut off be tween the hand and elbow Mr Richard Duke a former resi dent of Ohio County but now of Kansas City Mo is Isltllyrelatives in the county He by his daughter Mrs Ella Taylor We have bought out Hoover Bros I grocery and will continue business at the same place with a complete line of Groceries and Hardware All at rock bottom prices SCHRADER CO The Rally day services held at the Baptist Sunday school last Sunday was highly successful and a large collection was realized which goes to a fund for weak schools anti organizing new onesIMr P P lustsunIdamonia He was fortyeight years old and had been postmaster eight years He was an honorable citizen and will be greatly missed Mr James S Igleheart Point Pleas ant paid us a call while in town Monday Mr Igleheart is 89 years of age I but is strong and healthy He exam ined and took great interest In our I machinery He was especially inter ested in our type setting machine Hon Newton Belcher and County Attorney E M Woodward will address the citizens of Rockport on Thursday night October 10 on the political ISI sues of the lay TThe voters at port should arrange to hear these gentlemen as what they will have to say will Interest themIFOR SALEA two miles southeast of Beaver Dam I and one and a halt miles southeast of Taylor Mines Farm lays on Lewis creek and is in good condition with residence and good water Call on or address JOHN YELLERI Air Isaac Foster has moved from the Barrass residence on Union street to the McHenry property and Mr Rowan Holbrook who vacated the McHen ry residence has moved to his home recently purchased from the Thomas I street Mr Halheirs on Washington Iburton a railroad contractor has moved to the Barrnss house Miss Annie Daniel a former student In Hartford College has accepted a position as teacher in a school at Opelansas La and left Monday to take charge of same Miss Daniel is one of our firstclass teachers and has a wide acquaintance and many friends In this county who wish her successJinn Hughes of color who was arrested Saturday night by Marshal ieth Moseley and Deputy Sheriff Otto Martin charged with using abusive and insulting language In the presencel ot Mrs M W Miller was In Police Court here Monday Hughes was asleep in Mr Isaac Fosters stable loft when the arresting officers found him A residence at Narrows this county owned by Mr W H Moore of this place and occupied by his son Mr E P Moore was destroyed by fire last Friday morning The building was valued at 900 and was insured at 150 Loss on household goods I about 200 insurance 150 The cause of tho tire is supposed to have been n detective flue V f r- u I Beans skating rink will be open to night tar the season Wish the party that has our jack- screws would bring them home HARTFORD MILL CO Horn John F Lockett of Henderson will speak at jFordsville Saturday at I p m in the interest of the Republican State Ticket The Fiscal Court convened Tuesday therrare present except Esq S Dean who Is absent on account ot pressing personal Interests The court has spoilt ti busy week so far allow claims and considering the various ling presented The session will close Saturday Young Men and Ladles with ambition should learn Telegraphy Under the I new Shour law which goes Into effect next March over 18000 additional Telegraphers are required by the Railroads I You can qualify in 3 or 4 mon roads You can qualify In 3 or I months time For full details write to the National Telegraph Institute Cincinnati Ohio BEAVER DAM tlss Marie Austin entertained the onlT J Morgan went to Dyersburg Ir ou business Sundry Dr 11 T McKunney spent a few days in Louis 1I1e bast week Mss Murgrot Baker arrived In town Saturday last shin will be the mil liner for V M Stewart Co the coming season Miss Nellie Chi van attended the fair at Morgantown last week Mr 1 A King has sold hula property lure to Mr J L Barnard of South Carroltou Ky who will at one I move his family here Rev Lawrence has bought the 1 C Hoover property at this place and will mow to it at once Dlr1 R Williams has bought the Dr Coli man property Mrs F 0 Austin is in Louisville this week Miss Isabel Dean of Owensboro is visiting her parents Miss Demi Woodward left Saturday for Chicago where she will attend school trio fall and winter Mr Tom Dean left Wednesday for Bowling Green wljere he will attend Cherry ftros school the coming term toIKiokukr la says John Gately an umberella repairer was arrested on the charge of threat ening to shoot President Roosevelt when he reached Keokuk today Gat ly Is said to have made the threat I while paying toll at the Illinois end of the bridge over the Mississippi rive The bridge tender telephoned to th Keokuk police and Gately was arrestec when he reached the Iowa side of the river Cutely refused to talk to the polio about the alleged threatL Fair a Great Snccess Morgantown Ky Oct ITho first fair ever held In this county closed last Saturday and proved a great suc cess The largest crowd of people ever SatIurday i i enough money to pay them out of i debt and pay the stockholders a nice dividend Sale The undersigned J H B Carson administrator of the estate of Hub bard Maples deceasedand Frank Maples surviving partner of the partner of Hubbard and Frank MaplesIShiP on the Und day of October 1901 expose to sale the following personal property Two cows 4 hogs 1 ron mare 1 suckling mule 2 buggies 1 set of harness a lot of household and kitchen furniture 1 plow 1 wagon 5 stacks of hay and a lot of corn standI Ing in the field The terms of same all sums 500 and under cash over 500 on three months time notes bearing interest with approved securityJ B CL1Oi or Fronts l pleBI Ladies Social Club Meets The season of the ladles Social Club delightIand Mrs R D Walker at the home ot the former The Parlors and reception ball were t aviblily decorated with goldenrods and the beautiful color scheme of yellow I carried out through the whole enter talnmentIwere Irs S A Anderson won the highest number of games The tallies were hand painted in gold and tied i with yellow ribbon I Dainty refreshments were served I The color scheme being used in the cea and caMs Little yellowsallor hats containing mints made c and unique favors The ntmlngI were guests of honor were I s fil rtise w Ssss0 I FALL FANCIES 8fhe itlierhaving ae serted the fact that Fall is right now upon UP our thoughts prompt d by Jack Frostturn to heavier Underwear heavier Shoes and heavier Cloth ing and wearing apparel ofall kiuds For anything in the lines mentioned you can not do better than to come to us Our stock I is complete in these lines I our are always correct and our merchandise is of the newest and most I approved patterns No outofdate goods in stock Everything new andvery lensonable in o price Eor the Boys r New Hue ofBoys Clothing just received Visit us and inspect this line No Better Clothing for Boys made Nothing shoddy in this only good honest Clothing at liveandletlive prices Bring your Boys to us for the right sort of Clothing at right 84 5 QpShirts and Collars We are also opening a new lot of Cluett and Monarch Shirts also a new Collar for this town and a s good onethe CorlissCoon Ihev sell at only twor I for 25c hat outwear others Murk them and I No Colllr can be better made no nlttta whut you pay 3 For Reliable Dry Goods Depend on I HARTFORD dKCO S S E W Ford O 3L 3huHz4Vayne Ilea der C M Crow Misses Margaret Nni Leona Maddox Pearl Thomas gCflo Render Other ladles present were Mesdames E B Pendleton Z Wayne Griffin Hooker Williams R E Lee Simmennan A S Yewell P LFe lix J S Glean W S Tinsley S J lurkehead W H Barnes Missts Matt It Sanderlur Margarite Gunther battle Barnett and Maggie Marks Dry Democratic Ticket Goes jUnder at Bowling Green Bowling Green Ky September 30 The wet council ticket was noiiil hated in Democratic primary Saturday by majorities ranging from fotirUer to fljty RENDER Oct IW S Xtefc of Owonsboro and IL T Vance of Louisville were WeilllL1nyi IJbuisville amid Dr J O McKcnney of Taylor Mines where hero last Thursday John S Sjxjnce went to Nashville Tenn lust Thursday alai day Mrs Heber Matthews of Hartford was the guest of Mrs McDowell Fall Friday and Saturday- S A Bratchor deputy sheriff of Hartford and Nicholas Banass of Taylor Mines were here Saturday Stun Haves was In Central City Sat urdayMr and Mrs J R Likens spent Saturday and Sunday in Horton i11rs Margaret Crosby of Central City was the guest of her sister Mrs Mary Mercer and her brother Robt Engleby Sunday- P L Neighbors sr Central City was here Saturday Miss Pearl Hoover of Taylor Mines was here Sunday D W Williams was In Beaver Dam Sunday I P Barnard of Louisville and- S S Hoover of New Albany Ind were hero yesterday MrsO W Harris and daughter Miss Nellie were In Beaver Dam yesterday W A Penick of Louisville and W B Alexander of Central Cityand Tom Bcasley of Drakcsboro wero her todayMrs John S Spence is visiting in Hlllsboro Tex J H Fieldeu Is visiting in Knox vllle and Now Market Tenn James Mclntlre of Linton Ind is visiting relatives here this week William Cargal has returned from 1 I v 3 a Illinois and Indiana after an absonc lor several months Lewis Keown has left here for the State of Illinois BUFORD Oct 2Aunt Linda Townsley of Pleasant Ridge visited relatives and friends here last wiek She is near Lninety years old nid walked from isII Creelithis wck- Buck Siniiftl timid family visited iJake Wfler Snnrdny and Sunday I air Bob 15cll and funnily of Tyron za Ark are visiting relatives and friends here Iw N Blair wife and baby visited his parents Sunday I Luther King of Clear Run attended Sunday school lucre Sunday evenI I ing i tresses B F Graves and Owen Ma busIMr G W lowcll wont to Moornmi Tuesday to purchase or trade for soim lots If the situation suits him Mr Jeff Smith of Pleasant Ridge returned home Saturday from Glob Ariz where he visited his son win is there in business S H Riley and wife B F Graves and wife R R Cundiff wife and daughter Miss Hazel and Owen la- gan attended tho singing convention at Pleasant Hill church Sunday Mrs Mattlc Turner visited Mr Clinton Turner and wife Sunday night amid MondayLittle Marvin Williams SL Louis Is visiting his aunt Mrs Homer Tur nerMrs Missouri King and daughter Miss Cleo of Henderson Is vlsitini Ifer daughter lira Sam Holbrookwll return homo In a fow days Thursday the 2G ult neighbors friends and relatives celebrated Mrs Mollle Westerfiolds birthday with plenty to eat nail agood many presents toi her and her three children She is a deserving wldowam sorry I could not be there report sixty one women five then und a lot of little children to on joy the feast Born to tho wife of Walter mall September 27 a fino boy Dr Shultz of Helming Mrs Wilson Underwood of Livia visited Mrs Walter Blair Monday nnt Monday night The tobacco crop Is about all lions ltd in this neighborhood There is r lot of late corn lint in not out o danger in1 hC T y + 94 y sir f i 1 t 1l as l ff r t t1 a ea 7pr r t S 2F LOVE OF THE l I JEWSHARP I Some Distinguished Performer Upon The Instrument Its Antiquity The Jewsharp has been a fnmilla Instrument under that name in this island for some 40d years and Is it Kelt ot much greater antiquity In n Scottish witch trial in 1591 it was affirmed says tho London Globe that a girl named Duncan played upon n unit trumpe called a Jewstrump be fore the unholy fraternity of witches on the occasion of their invading i l church whereupon his Scottish ma testy before whom and his council the trial took place called upon the gir to play before him a dance upon her trumpe which she accordingly did Several writers of voyages and trav els of the Elizabethan era mentioi Jewsharps with hatchets knives heads and the like as suitable wares to be taken for purposes of harts with the American Indians and other uncivilized peoples Sir Walter Ral elgh mentions that a Jewsharp would purchase two hens which seems r fairly profitable rate of exchange The Jewsharp has lied Its Pender wskl The late Charles Godfrey Le land best known to fame as Hans Hrcltmann In his Memoirs recall Ing his student days in Gennanymen tlons a certain Dr Kernel1 who per formed on the single and double Jews harp Dr KTiicr says Inland front this most unpromising InMrunitiit drov ed airs of such exquisite beauty that one could not have been more aston ished had he heard the sweet tones of Grlsl drawn from a cat by twisting tallMore extraordinary even than the performances of Lelands Dr Kerner were those given some eighty years ago in London by n compatriot of his named Eulenstcin The late Prof Chas Tomllnson writing In 1S95 gave his own recollections of sonic of Eulen steins feats This performer he wrote excited wonder und delight by combining as many as sixteen Jewsharps including two octaves In one frame mind he managed to shift them In his mouth so rapidly us to produce whatI was called fairy music A perform ance at the Royal Institution led to his being Invited to evening parties One can hardly imagine a performance on the Jewsharp as one of the at attractions at the present day Royal InstitutionBut Jewsharp has gone down in the world It Is no longer played upon at the Royal Institution no modern Dr Hurney composes music for It nor will It as an article of bar ter purchase a single hen Pneumonias Deadly Work has so seriously afected my right lung writes Mrs Fannie Conner of Rural Route 1 Georgetown 1cwnt that I coughed continuously night and day and the neighbors prediction consumption seemed Inevitable un tIl my husband brought home a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery which In my case proved to be the only real cure and restorer of weak Ore lungs When all other remedies utterly fall you may still win in the battle againI lung and throat troubles with NewI Discovery the real cure Guaranteed by nil druggists i 0c and 100 Trial bottle free m Spectrum and the Seasons With reference to the recent obser vations made by myself and others ont that part of the solar specmims thatI lies beyond time ml end of the nary prismatic or visible spectrum toad contains about fourfifths of tin radiant energy of the stina prominent Washington scientist has stated that we are beginning to see that the sea sons which write their coming upon the records of the spectrum may in the future have their effects upon the props foretold by means somewhat similar to tho forecasts math day by day by the Weather Bureau but In u ways Infinitely store far ruuehingaml that thtHo predictions tray come fromI I thin direct study of the sun Thoro are strong In Ications In the direction of a future power of IlreI diction as to coming years of plenty said of famineIDoWltts Carbollzvil Witch Hazel Salve is good for littlo burns and big bruises small scratches or mill big onus It Is healing und soothj ing Good for piles Sold by all druggists m What Mischief Flies doIOne by one of time plagues of Egypt are being abolished by science The frogs were abolished long ago by the drain tile The fleas are checked by insect powder and the darkness flint could he felt has neltcd away before tho arc light The sixth plague still remains In full glory The fly isnl ways with UH The great Dr Had j tlHfe used to declare that the throe worst annoyances of life were mlleeJ flies and Irrelevant questions Human ty has hitherto accupted these wim i patient shrug of the shoulders ac among the Inevitable At last tb worm has turned It is f slowly to put on smok ol consumers and has declared ti war bt extermination against the fly The motives which whet out hitherto east ly blunted purpose are supplied J Y science They are first that carry dl s ease second that their very present Is a sign of dirtf That time fly Is frequently the angel of the pestilence has long been sus petted says Golllers in an Importau article but Its most vivid and Impres live demonstration was furnished by the disgraceful death rate from typholi one of the most scandalous of the many murders of official stuidity in our camps In the South during tin SpanishAmerican war It was clearly proved by the eminent commissions experts who investigated tho situation postmortem that the principal means of the spread of this dreaded dlseaso was the flight of flies from the excreta of tho earliest cases to the food exposed In the camp kitchens carrying the typhoid germs on their legs and probosces IDont get out of patience with the baby when it is peevish and restless and dont wear yourself out worrying night and day about Itjust give it n little Cascasweet Cascaswect is a corI rcctivc for the stomachs of babies and children Contains no harmless drugs Sold by all druggists m CHARGED WITH CRIMINAL LIBEL Some Editors Arrested and Others Indicted in 2 x New York On complaint of Coroner Peter PIAcrltelll and by the direction o Magistrate Corrigan three editors wer arrested In New York last Saturday on a charge of criminal libel They described themselves as Angelo Ar culea A Vlolanto und J H Tlngalla The last said he was a commission 7 merchant and not an editor Two of the men are alleged to be editors of an Italian publication called La Trinacrla Issued on Sundays In the Italian quarters After the men had been arraigned Coroner Acrltelll said that probably charges of attempted blackmail and possibly of conspiracy would be add In ed Ho said that the men representing that they were from La Trlnacrlahad asked him to buy stock In time publlca tion The coroner was then as ho Is now a candidate for the Tammany Hall nomllll tlon for Sheriff He said he regarded the investment In the paper as a political strike and refused to have anything to do with It He was bitten In a similar way he said several years ago when he ran for n minor office before he was nominatedn for coroner Almost Immediately after his refusal invest he said the paper began to attack him In Its editorial columns N These attacks Coroner Acrltelll told Magistrate Corrigan grew more virtu perative and last week a particularly I atrocious article appeared Coroner Acrltelll obtained summonses for Arculea and Vlolanteand when they appeared Trlngalla walked Into court as a spectator and was ar rested when the coroner pointed him out as a man he had been unable to z serve with a summons You never have any trouble to get children to take Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup They like It because it tastes nearly tiles maple sugar Ken icdys Laxative Cough Syrup Is a safe sure and prompt remedy for coughs mil colds and Is good for every mem er of the family Sold by all ltlgtl gists m Using Old Carbon Ends According to an English contemporary the short ends of are lump carbons play be joined together and utll squarIcement n o a tasty consistency of potassium silicate carbon dust and then pressed together by hand Carbon rods made n this way of a number of pieces areI aid to burn well oii continuous or ilternatlng currontand to be no more brittle than ordinary crabons The Louisville Herald has advanced the Subscription price so that we cannot accept subscription for less than 325for Daily and The Re ublicanandi35forWeek ly with The Republican Glacial Studies in the Sierra Nevada An investigation of the maximum lactation of the Sierra Nevada is- is being made by Villird D Johnson GeoloIhoical leto a study along tale full length j of the east Ilnnko t tho range Inr chiding a bordering zone of tho Basin ranges and will also make a rcco i I tjt w iI J 7 hlsance In Carson Valley at the ex ironic northern end of tho High Sier ras The problems Involved arc of great scientific Interest and consld crable field work in addition to that of time present season will bo required+ for their complete solution Obstinate cases of constipation and nasty mean headaches promptly dlsai LittletEarly Rlsc J gists m Wila I Oho OountICircuit Court T 1UdklffIJailer Sheriff Hartford DeputlosS A Uratchcr L P Crowder AV C Ashley J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday In March and August and continues three weeks and third Monday in May und Novomboi two weeks County CourtW B Taylor Judge W S Tlnsley Clerk E M Woodward I Attorney Hartford Court convene first Monday In each month Quarterly Court Begins on the third OctoberCourt of claims Convenes first Monday In January Tuesday after second Monday In October Other OfflcerBN Moxley Surveyor Shreve S W Leach HoyJamps DeWeeseSchool SuporlnteltI cnt Hartford Jeromo Jingo JUSTICES COUnTS J H Williams Beaver Dam March 21 June 23 September 21 December 21 W P Miller Horse Branch March 25 I tuna 2 September 25 December 2IW S uean Dundco Mutvii 27 linif G September 20 December 27- W 11 Edge Kordsvillo Miirch 2Slunr September 27 December SS- B I S Chamberlain Beda March 2 June 25 September 28 December 19 Herbert Render Ccntertown March YA Juno 20 September 23 December 91 olin IL Mlles Itockport Mnrch 31- June 20 September 30 December 31 HAKlFORD POLICE COURT I R It Wedding Judge J S GennCU Attorney Seth MoseleyMarshal Court convenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServices third I Sunday in rant month at 11 n m and p m2nd Sunday at 7 p m4th Sunday at II a m und 7 p m Prayer mutiny every Wednesday evening Rev J A Lewis Pastor assisted by RevJ Frank Baker Baptist Church Services hold Saturday night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday und Sunday night Prayer meeting ever Thursday evening Rev A B Gardner PastorC ChurchServices first Sunda each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev Bozarth Pastor Christian ChurchServices every first Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m lutiW B Wright Pastor i School Trustees HartfordC 11i Crowe J S Glenn W S TInsleyC Jarnett Dr E B Pendlcton j City CouncllJ H Williams Mayor- C M CroweClerk C M BarnettTrcas jrer II K L Slmrnernmn Dr E B endleton A D Wite Win Fair Win j Jean Dr J W Taylor i SECRET SOCIETIES j Hartford Lodge No 675 F S A Ma ons meets first Monday night C1 Crowe W M Marvini Bean Secretary I Keystone 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you are subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt beaterheartburnIndigestion causes the stomach to thehearttrtimeKodOlIFor Dyspepsia j I K I digests what you eat takes the strain oil of the heart and contributes nourishment strength and health to every organ of the SourStomltch Diilltinof the Ston1DchIAfter food would distress me by nujdnj t my heart palpitate and I would become very YllrFmslly t gotgbottle of Kodol and It rare me Imme dials relief After using a Jow bottles I am cunt MRS LORINO NICHOLS Penn Yon N T t had stomach trouble and was in a bad state as I DyspepsiaCure I D KAUBLB NtreO 0i Digests What You Eat EllTi Indlftitton mpu4 at tea tVo- rMnroar tomaeb btlch of BODWIM tae of t+ r Mr 6Co Cktc n01A SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS OA STDg4 Aa Deara theThe Kind You Have Always Bought Signature c A PROMPT EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR LLFORM- BOPRHEUMATISM ttmurmlgftKidney Omemme GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied externally It affords almost in itant relief from pain while permanent results 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no last summer I saw Dr Mlles Nervine ana Heart Cure advertise I resolved to make one more trial which did In the purchase of one bottle of Nervine and one of Heart Cure In a few clnys I began to feel better which encour aged mo BO much that continued tho medicine unlll I had taken more than a dozen bottles I am very much Im proved In every way In body mind and since I mako n special to recommend the medicine ana rlnt a sincere pleasure in knowing that several persons have been bene fited through mv recommendation- sA S MELTON Ashvllle N C Dr Miles Nervine Is sold by your druggist who will Guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind and TRADEMARKS promptly obtained la Ueounlrl or no fee THAT PAY adverdethetdthoroughlyatoure- spense and telp you to success Send model photo or sketch for FREE report on patenUbllltr 29 years practice SUR PASSING REFERENCES TortreOuldeBook on Profitable Patents write to B03BOS Seventh 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Law In all courts State and Federal with offices south side of street oppuslte Court House MalQIKy Abstracting Titles and affecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES S A ANDERSON GRADUATE NURSE MIS J LSI E MAY- AI graduate of Owensboro City HosIpital has located in HARTFORD j j timesResidence l phone No 137 I I I Subscribe for THE I HARTFORD REPUBLI I CAN 100 per year in advance stsmz rxur rc n i n aras asnJYou can lr3ad this ad twentyfive ways and each I statement is true i rcckshaft constructed I I P WEDDING I is the nrio trvoiseless 1 is the most accurate j is the most rapid V 1 is the most easily learned j fISTHE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER CO11 J Inc i 821 PlneStreet St Louis Missouri tr y lY f 7CaLRK11f trLtnirt n7Y Urv t v r I IV b tKfS VVJI ir5hn I v V tI y I unknownMEIED YOUNG LAD me r Remerkable Success of a Wi i 4man WhbBeiranat ff the Bottom r The apointmenl of Miss Ida Clarke advertising manager of Scott 1Browne has now b xn confirmed nrl lu promotion to tne position is con shared by all who know her as a we ll earned tribute for faithful service t her firm Miss Clarke has held only two pos tiohs since she began her business cn lreel At the ago ef fifteen she tookI a place in a department store at sa ary of 350 a week Two months k tershe went to Scott Browne as a- arosser at 6 per weekiWhile in this position her earnings were taken up in studying stenograpl and typewriting at homeand so selt taught she was able to become an as- sist1nt to Mr Baker when he took charge of the advertising department after it had been transferred from tho Morte agency in 1893 First she wen into the auditing end of the depart 30 ment and later become the advertlsin managers stenographer This gave her an insight Into the positionI business is conductedtaught paper conditions and enabled not only to select mediums but to their value knowII For the past three years acted as assistant to the manager and when a vacancy recent i Iy occurred through the resignation of Mr Dockrell she was given charg of the department Mr Bowne was then in Europe but Immediately up on his return ho confirmed the ap polntment r Miss Clarke has the good will or the advertising fraternity and her success in her new position Is assur cd Printers In- kHartfordBusInss Institute A strong business preparation for a successful commercial career is noW recognized as a necessity by ovorfi leading men One of Americas great vest business men said The young1 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 safe guard she can have is a business education by means of which to earn her livelihood whenever necessity de i mands What could be more pitiable j than to see a young woman in luxu rythrown on her own resources without a practical educationIIt is no longer a question of getting positions for students but getting students ready for positions The demanc Is greater than the supply While wt have had a strong class of students- during iJII the past two years we not been able to fill the demands thatI have been made Upon us for compe tent bookkeepers and stenographers I Young men and young women with n good common school education have enrolled with us finished tho course and with their money making capacity greatly increased have gone out tt positions of honor and trust i Do you want to be one of this num ber of successful young people If write us for further information jilogs sent free Address all communl cations to Nettle Rogers Principal Hartford Ky- Indictments In Election Cases 27Indicttmentsrcounty grand jury against E L Vat 3dnsJudge John Watkins sheriffan James W Waldner clerk of the Bailey precinct in this county as the result of the revelations regarding the elec non frauds there In tho 1903 election One of the judges of the election EI 1D Hopper died recently The charge against them Is forgiiij names of list of voters and tho penalty is a flue of 1000 or Imprisonment for one or both The Indictments followed the reve in that vegIctablesamong those whose names appeared o the stub book being Apple Pear Cabbage and even Mosnlx Ous All of Indicated are farmers and are DemocratsI I p Haunted jy Wifes Ghost Explaining that fpr two years been haunted by his wifes ghost John Crane a laborer of 261 East Seventyfirst street yesterday appealed to Coroner Harburger to assist him Mils wife committed suicide in 1905 brI jumping into tho East river When the body was recovered Crane I tfas sent for but he denied knowing tho woman He told Coroner JltffbVtf 4 he had re n trnnhn 11I nrrdentlftcatlonJh his riejghbors 1 bnd really glad to got rid of his wife cause he wanted to marry a I vTha woman was why I let Bridget go tol field God forgive me he the potters 8aidBut Ive had no peace of mand sleep Nights e ever Since nor llrhtsshe comes homo and rebukes- fife y with thefor her He there Ij 1Io r v 11- t at dead She was a decent I did wrong Please let dIg her up mid put her to rc tin consecrated ground F Coroner Harburger said that nil he could do was to accept Cranes id6n tlfication as the official one and io would gladly do that Jf It gavo lilm any comfort But It was up tot Health Department he said to sivo permission to disinter a body The blessing of God on you all said Crane as he left for the Health Department New York Sun Y r S Jamestown TerCentennlal Ex position NORFOLK VA APRIL 26 TO NO VEMBER 30 1907 IRates from Beaver Dam Ky SEASON EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 10 to Nov 30 In elusive Final return limits Dec 15 1907 Rates for round trip 3045 GODAYS EXCURSION RATS Dates of Sale April 19 to NoV 301 elusive Final return limits Sixty 60 days from date of sale not to cxcei December 15 1907 Rates for roui trip 2870 r 15D YS EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 19 to Novembi inclusive Final return limits 16 days from date of sale not to exceed Decenlbcr ao Rate for round tlp 23COCOACH EXCURSION RATESI Date of sale April 25 1907 and on each Tuesday from April 30 to NoI vomber 2G 1907 Inclusive Flnhl reI turn limits Ten days from date or sale Rate for round trip lIiWI J E WILLIAMS Agent r Popularity of Languages- Of I the common European language English Is the most widely spoken atI the present time and seems to increasing in popularity moro laphilI than any of the ethers In 1880 21000000 people spoke English lnd t In 1900 about 120000000 says ilcCall Magazine In the same Interval of I I time tho number speaking Russia Increased from 31000000 to 80000001 French from 31540000 to 55000 000 Gorman from 30000000 to 80 Italian from 15000000 to 33 000000 Spanish from 26000000 to 15000000 and Portuguese from 7480 000 to 13000000 Curos Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood Is Impure thin dla eased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itchtrij rising and bumpy skin bone paiiiSca lurch rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Halm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop und the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or express I per large bottle Sampler Tree by writing blood Balm Co At ants Ga B B B is especially ad Ilsed for chronic deepseated casesa It cures after all else fails 35tf There Is more Catarrh In this sec Ion of the country than all other dls eases put together and until the las few years doctors pronounced it a lo cal remedies and by constantly fall ng to cure with local treatment pro 11101lIiI disease and therefore requires coin ititutioiiMl treatment Halls Catarr 2ure manufactured by F J Chene t Co Toledo Ohio Is tho only con itltutional cure on the market It Is aken Internally in doses from 10 drop io a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of thoI Ostom They offer one hundred lars for any case It falls to cure Senor circulars and testimonials Address F J Cheney Co rOll lo Ohio Sold by druggists 75c 11lalw Halls Family Pills for con O STOiiai-I earn theTheKi t You Hava Always Bough Ijuaturo fSHERIFFS SALE By virtue of execution No 112 fool 12 directed to me which Issued from the Clerics Office of the Ohio Circuit tourtln favor of W P Brown agains Josephine LaytonI or one of my depu les will on Monday the 7th day of 1eOctober 1907 between the hours of 1 clock p m and 4 oclock p m at ithe court house door hi HartfordOhi county Kentucky expose to public Imle to the highest bidder the follow ling property or so much thereof IH nay bd necessary to satisfy Plain If jV debt interest and costs tovltc I7900 and 2070 cost and the cost of making the sale viz A certain lot or parcel of land p north Main street in the town of Rock port Ohio county Kentucky known eIas the W P Graves property deed by said Graves to Luther Roek and by Rock to M J Reddish by tcddlsh to Nettle S Stewart by her to Jennie Cook and by said Cook to Clara Rogers and bounded as follows lVIZ Beginning at a stake north west corner of the Jennie Fogle property on Main Street thence Vishyardlr r 4eSt I JO v a r l- J R 11 S AEWREPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR I OF KNTUCKT Will Speak to the People Qf Ono County at FRIDAY OCT 18 01 At One 01clock PG Mo Everybody Should Hear this Great Lawyer Eminent Statesman and Gifted Orator =He will bring Message of Peace and Friendship Good Alike tor Republicans and Democrats I with Main Street 105 feet to a stone corner of E Tllfords lot thence south I paralell with said Jennie Fogles line I to a stone on North street thence east with lino of said North street to a stone corner of the said Jennie Fogles lotjthenco north with said Fogles linen to the beginning less 16 feet tall length of the said Emory Tillfords lot Said property was conveyed to Josephine Layton by Clara and Louis Rogers by deed of March 10 1904and recorded In deed book 25 folio 615 Ohio county Clerks office Alsoa certain tract or parcel of land lying in town of Rockport Ohio county KY known as lots No23 and 24 and pounded as follows Beginning on S E Corner on Center street then I V 1 West ten degrees South one httii rei and fiftyeight feet and six Inches ton stake on High Street thence South 132 feet to a stake in the alley thenc East ten degrees North 13S feet and six inches to the beginning Same cot veyed to Joe R Layton by George M Rowe and Sallle E Rowe the 29tl day of March 1877 deed recorded In deed book 3 page 15- 8Alsoa certain house and lot In tows of Rockport Ohio countyKy lot being the Southern part of Lot No 27 and bounded as follows Beginning nl the S E cornr on Home Alley at a stake thence North 10 degrees West 210 feet to a stake corner of S L Fulkersons lot thence a southwestern ly course with S L Fulkersons line 15 S 163 feet to the S W corner of same thence South 10 East CO feet to a stake on huff Alloy thence South 50 East 193 feet to a stake thence nort SO East SO fret to the beginning being house and lot now occupied by Mrs Joephine Layton levied upon as the property of Josephine Layton TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six months bond with ap proved security required hearing in terest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of n sale bond Witness my hand this 17th day of I September R 190iIBy s A SIBarnett Smith attorneys i I HUGH RIVER rICOMP vY liS ruauuee t t the ivrrpn uivcv Telephone Co 1 Independent owrod and operated by home iuople Good service at i isonublo mitt Prices fortollsser vice which is being constantly extended are as follow rVr 5 minutes conversation In milp 10 cts 30 miles 15cts 45 miles m cts c J IO BAiMXON Mgr- Hartford Ky i 1 I 1w v l i n i6 ti a 1 t rhI Jl O C tr 1 L1MB OOfOF u 1 HER COFFIN Supposed Dead Woman Creates Panic Among Mourners In vited to Funeral Wheeling W Va Oct 2 RClatl ti of Mrs Fred Hartzlll the yqung w tdt a farmer living near Huntingi were bemoaning her death a tow m utes before the minister arrived to cc duct the last rites when she suddenly sat up and cllmod out of the coffin There was a rush of mourners for the open air windows being used as exist The mlnlst r swooned when palefaced woman over whose body had been called to conduct services met him at the door The family were too poor to have a physician and the woman fell Into a- swoon in which state she remained four flays Her husband believed eres to bo dead and sent for the underta He prepared for the interment witho dbodySulphur Springs A S of E News Sulphur Springs District Union met at Cedar Grove September 28 1907 On motion and second H D Dutch was elected chairman and J G Wil son secretary Six locals being rep resented Reference called for On motion and second that we dispose of the grievance between Bro Crowe and P Fenfrow Co at our next meeting Motion and second that wo appoint n committee to notify F Ren frow t Co of the same The cha apointod G n Foreman as that con nil Hoc Motion and second that change our district union to the la Saturday before the county union Slo tion and second that we meet at Ma gan at our next meeting Motions s carrid Motion and second that + meet a1 Narrows October 12 to ele u finance committee Motion and second that we favor Building an Equity flour mill in Ohlo jfounty M tion null et cold that we adopt the following resolutions Resolved That we have thorough1has publications of all sales of pooled t bacco HUll 10 whom It was sold Resolved That no une but Equity rural he 111 owed to handle our lubacco go Resolved 3 That we hUt the minutes of our dlsrict union published In our all county papr H D BURGH Ciiinii J G WtlKon Sc do Why Leave The Farm Gov Hughes of Xew Yorlc In a re Rf1oentan appeal for lie farm as a field of endeavor for the young man which should be considered not because therIn hlilaIttul man vho is an intelligent observer la Gut Hughes reaches the couclusiq- wothat iV young man has a pretty good I chance on the farmand a greater de gree sf independence than he may reasonably hope to have in a city J With limo same amount of devotion by to labor and the same amout of econ omy itid specialized knowledge that at must Ifa iippllecl to the average bussat noss 10 nike it successful till husi IIOSB rf ianiiijig may be made to- a pay reasonable Income and provide UIIIf ultimate MJipetency Of course a And young inn ti cannot begin litn as aj landowutr in one of the older and The 111010 dent ly populated States unless I he Is fortunate enough to begin Ufo Fell with capital but the chances are great Hetowilhou oii idcrably more capital tha would be required to start as a farnt13- 1nd slf farmer who begins auatuiii iThfilltlItwent has as good a chance to enjoy The 111Iur8won In a ciy i The To u yiiiiiy man roared III the conn try a wilay of 100 a month seems The like ompiiratlve riches or at least suggests rwumimble IndepndMnr but The what duos It mean In a city limo mlU A from the country who has been acme to toniBd t i three bountiful wellcooktd moaU sod a comfortable room will timid that to procure anything approac IlIgthl Mtni1 table fare and finally com ollable lodging in a city of above 200000 population will cost lit least X10 a week His car fare IUldA lamnlrv bills vwill account for 3 a And wook Upon ther malnlng 12 he must bo welldrcKHed seven days In the wee Of foot his Incidental expenses and pay fpr such of the pleasures of life as his m3 tastes suggests If he tries his fortune AneIllsare somewhat higher If he Is a gre liegarioua animal and most young men are Ins ijible impulsen are heavilrs taxei To si se anything out of a sal O ary of loo tu must live In a boarding house anti spend few of his evenings Ills out If he sleets to got married ho mid his WM are foredoomed to social And obscurity and frugal livens As Farm life in Kentucky offers many I advanfpes H id few real hardships 4 thyjhiiSlate J social Ufo ansHrpasScd in any cbmr munlty it hast freaueritly been com7 pared to rural EBJgland From ono view point at least it offers advantage ovpr English country life Therie few titles bTethat of Colonel and although there is an aristocracy of blood and breeding there are no caste lines that form an Insurmountable barrier to persons who are gen tlemen and gentlewomen by indiv Id phrasesuntrym ftn1d g ly gopds or serving soda water than In farming But the young man w wishes to succeed in life to become selfrespecting and respected citizen electsbea family to enjoy a fair measure Independence and a farm share of leis ure during his working years and to provide with measurable certainty for resting upon the oars before he reach should carefully consider h k0requipment and the question of his utprobable earning capacity before he to invest his youth and energy his capital if he has capital in a city We are rich or poor only by comparison The possession of a farm wor 25000 or =50000 makes a man mo eratejy wealthy in Kentucky An Income of 25000 or 50000 docs n make a man wealthy in Now York r LAST CALL For Tax in Ohio County tThe time is getting near when nn Legislaiutre taxtte Csttime come you to pay 18 per cent penalty and clerk coat yourr costtCetrThe Value of Farming 1The American Farmer says The last ten years has been tho golden age of American agriculture Afore advan been made than in any twenty or 1thirty years in the Nations history Land has increased enormously i value since 189G and is designed to higher in the best farming sectiqns Prices for products have been good the time and are better now than over If time Importance of agriculture and the farmer increases at the soul rate In the future and it Is sure to so the agricultural life will be con sidered the Ideal one and to own good farm the very acme of felicity this many welltodo city people aro buying farms as Investments or country homes and this fnl of so mucli new capital Into IncreaslpgIlls m choice farm in any of the firstclass benrth as much as a kings ransom jRileys Tribute to McKinley The following poem was composed in James WhltcombRHoy for the de dication of tho McKinley Mausoleum Canton Ohio and was rend by him that ceremony Tuesday LHisoer our land a shadow lay That darkened all the sun voice of jubilee That gladdened all tho air sudden to a quavering key Of suppliance and prayer was our chIefour guide of common earth anrmanhoods highest worth ough toil he knew all needs all his tolling kind favored striver who succeeds i he one who falls behind 4 j boys young faith ho still Retained through years matureI faith to labor hand and will Nor doubt the harvest sure harvest of moos love nations joy that swells heights of song or deep whereof But sacred silence tells well SalTojjgHewedreamedon the bosom thereM neThatan MOfan rapt eyes caught the bright ton Old banner winging wllllPobccknlng him as to tho fightfamevcn as a chlld awakened and the dreamedWas roal And fie leapt led Uio proud flag through a gleam ted f tiara the Mother wept was a tender hand Even as a womans 18yet as fixed in Rights command this bronze hand orhls sine This was the soldier brave I jvhin I CENTERTOWN Il Oct 1El H JatnesAnd J fsKackiett returned 3Ionday from Isla where they had gone to attend the rIrof Har dinsbur have bought and moved InII to the Bosket house 0 B Bosket has purchased the Ball property on Main street 1 0 B James has rented rooms of JI T Bennett on Walnut street S I L Brown has sold his property IeRichard Durham j Our Sabbath school prayer meeting and public school are on quite a boom The large foal field deal that has tehoawus closed last week Mr prO Me Kenney of Zanesvlle 0 being tho proud purchaser He will begin work shIppIngfHerman Stogner and wife of Ar kansas after a short visit to friends here have returned home trIpisand jnake music for tho labor meeting Notice to Milk Consumers Beginning October 10 fresh milk will be sold for 23c per gallon but termllk for 12 4c per gallon and but BARNETdT Republican Spee eng Dates ofAUGUSTUS E WILLSON The Republican nominee for Gover nor will speak at the following times and places at 1 oclock p m except when otherwise noted Murray Oct 4 Benton Oct 5 Harrodsburg Oct 7 Owesboro Oct S sCalhoun Oct 9 1 Henderson Oct 10 Morganfleld Oct 11 Hopklnsvllle Oct 12 Scottsvllle Oct 11 Bowling Green Oct 15 agFranklinEllzabethtown Oct 17 Hartford Oct 18 Leltchfleld Oct 19 Shepherdsvllle Oct 21 Newcastle Oct 22 coTalton Oct 23- WIlUamstown it Oct 24 Cynthlana Oct 25MnBedford Oct 2S Carrollton Oct 29 Covington Oct 30 night Augusta Oct 31 NIcholasvllle Nov 1 Louisville Nov 2 hlgth eW O BRADLEY LexlngtouSaturday aTuesday Oct S Beattyvllle tri IDRThe Republican nominee for Secre tlInge except when otherwise noted glBurkstllleGlasgow Oct iitlitMorgantowu woJAMESThe 10neytimes and places at 1 oclock ptonmo xcept when otherwise noted 01FridaiCPlltelllegraPrestonsburgouisa October 9IbnaVnceburgMaysvllle October 12 Ashland October 12 nlhtthsci1ManchesterLondon October 14 Itel McKee October 21 lllcEStanford October 4 Shelbyvllle October C and Falmouth October 7 i Ing Cynthlana October 8 Carlisle October 9 Mt OllvetO cttobei 10mMt StQiling October 1r the Owlngsvllfe Octlober 14 tIpion ofMAJORMunfordsvllle October 7 for JUDGE H R DYSARD Morehead October 7 ROXEY Oct 2 Miss Mattie Porter Crum visited Mrs H T Porter lust 3atllrduylhisses Lula and Edna Leach and bills inssrsthe guest of friends at Pinoheco Sunday k and iss Mabel Port 111 visited relatives o1 Cromwell lasc Saturday night SundayIr Lem Leach and 1rj sI Mrs Henry Leach and son ll HenI Pwere the guests of Mrs Sunday IIW N Miller has moved his ily to Glllstraps where he is ougag in the Mercentile business at Mr Charlie Shields heaver Dam vial friends In this vacinity Tuesday MrBI arlin Porter and sister Miss Mattie weretho guests of their grand j r satILrdayson near Rojwere the guests of MrJL poll Ragland last Sunday u Ollie Leach visited Excelsot ool last Friday Y dud Mrs Julian Rauui3yamid v II AIIUT tesdayrI Miss Sophia Raley weiitto HoJJ Roy Tuesday afternoon Mri Clyte Taylo attended tho State fair at Louisville WiljAirs Eliza Raley and Miss Sophia were the guests of Mr A B Leach last Friday night Mr Jbhn Raley Manda visited Trtr A ftJ H Davis last Thursday night WeiRhin g the Air The weight of the air has often been sted by compressing It In recep tacles by the allr pump says Ideal Power That it really has weight when I so compressed is shown by the fact that the weightof the vessels is in creased tHem 4becomeas the nIl contained in them is ex haunted Many elaborate experlme on Ihe weight ot air havoproved t the cubic foot weighs 536 grains something less than 1 ounces above experiment on the weight of is supposed to be mad at the sort of the earth with the temperature at 50 degrees Fahrenheit Heated air or air at high elevation Is much lighter rNOTICE Claude Maddox et al for motion der graded common school district lt appearing that Claude Maddox and twentythree other legal voters who are tax payers In the town of McHen ry Ky a town of the sixth classh filed a petition on the 28 day of June 1101Statutesordered and b dl IIgradedpetitinoers as Beginning followsIIng him thence running East to Jno B Renders including him thence to Mrs C M Hunters house thence to Slim Maddoxs IncludIngr him thence to Orvllle L rIadlloxto Robert Simpsons Including him thence to Dr Smiths including 1101Ithence to William Hamiltons nlnesthe beginning R B Martin Sheriff of Ohio county I is directed to open u poll in said proposed graded common school dlsIct to the McHenry school ijbefirst Monday In November 1907 fo purpose of taking the white voters In said proposedI common school district upon proposition whether or not an tax of fifty cents on each 100 S rth of property assesed in said pro posed grdaed common school district be 1 to said white voters or corpora 4S n and a poll taxof150 per capita fft each male inhabitant over twenty J fiposedthe purpose of maintaining a 40 ded common school In said graded 40 common school district and for erect 49 purchasing or repairing suitable 41 therefor IQ It Is further adjudged by the Court IQ the proposed graded common fi is approved in writing on thefi by the majority of the true 5 of common school district no 106fi fiIncludposed graded common school district has been further approved in whit = on said petition by tho County fi- Supt of Schools that no point on the 49 boundary of said proposed dlstcct is fjj than two and onehalf miles from site of this proposed graded com school house and that the site said school house and location there tire set out with exactness in the lpetition Sheriff R B Martin is further dl reeled to pubflsh this order In some J weekly newspaper published In tho beIorsame by printed or written hand posted at five conspicuous places said proposed graded common school district for the sam Mmgth of time shall appoint a Judge and Clerk the said election who shall take and subscribe to an oath for the falthtufI performance of their duties and who i 1radedan which a Board consisting of six trustees shall be elected by the duly I qualified votettJ or said proposed graded f common school district coJy Attest CIW S TiNSLEY C0 C iullgmentat the time and place and In the manner and for the purposes therein r directed I a R B MARTIN S Q C I 01 3 1937 i I1 y f 4 T TrtT TTi w SPEAKINGi f t I AT s2 t FORDSYILLE 3 JOHNM LOCKET iJ Will Address the Voters of i Ford sville if LttoMorrow Afternoon iaCeApr 1 OCLrOCK Q iiEVERYBODY COME r r- ftfJ I rI 1f l l rmI td eTheBurt 8 Packardt 4 50 KORRECT SHAPE Shoe is the sLoe that has 11 this positive guarantee If the uppr breaks before the sola Is worn throyghID11 we will replace with a new pair ofI shoes PACKARD 4 riCLD ROCKTOMjJ 1 You will find the 500 Guaranteed Shoes at rFAIR COand other FirstClass Boot Shops generally i lit R W KINO E THErP Jeweler I U Ta still at the same old = tamsi and here to stay lit f sady to do all kinds of U janJTthiiirwithsoldmy inter = timetolit i I BRAINS r It takes brains to make good clothes and a man of brains should avays wear good clothes Clothes made to your individual measure by good tailors will give you that feeling of selfconfidence so char J acteristic of the man of brains Our system of measuring Is so com prehenslve you aro assured absolutely perfect fittfag shape retain YIftn11orsj tThe tailors whom we represent employ only the designers an cut toj teed to be of the highest ordor ForeignWoolens L r15000 f t I j T4 r PEARLS PANTIORIUM f PEARL D TWEDbELL Prop0 t If L J TAKE THE REPUBUCASI IY r- yfAy r M i NM t r i