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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 0 0 i t- S r t Q r J Dl 0 t r- f I r I tpn 1 lcau I t L Fine Job Work I i k DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL TliH PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Yearto t J wfiHfVOL XX I I HltTFORT OHIO COUNTY Ky FRIDAY OCTOBER 11 1907 No 12 fiRFFIFIllLLuUli r ATOWENSBURO i t kj Fully Five Thousand Citizens Eager to Hear Him llJk Missed Train Bpt Chartered f Special and Reaches Ap W vpointment Owensboro Ky Oct 8IlIs not often that Owensboro has had two po lltlcnl speakers as visitors on special trains on two consecutive days Yes- terdaya W J Bryan the Nebrasklan w who was brought to Kentucky to tell Kentucky how to manage its own affairs was the attraction at this place Today it was Augustus E WIllson the Republican nomine for Governor Mr Willson arrived here on the Willson special from Louisville at 1 oclock this afternoon Time special was occasioned by the Republican lender missing his train this morning Innmk Ing Inquiry over the telepltolinto the time of the trains departure from Louisville Mr Willson misunderstood the one to whom ho directed his Inquiry ahd arrived at the Tenthstreet station three minutes after the rogu lar train for thjs city hatl left I He Immediately chartered n special car and engine and arrived lire only hulrralslngrville and Owensboro add the distance Iwas negotiated III almost record tint Mr Willson was met at the station here by a Reception Committee of prominent citizens headed by tIll Third Regiment Band and was given I hisicampaignFully 5000 men women and dren were at the station to welcome I v the Republican lender when his spec lafrtraiu pulled111flt deemed aa if the whole city population was on hand for it had become known that he miss J cfltho regular train avid they weiv determined 10 show him their appreci ation of his grit In kcepng his spink ing appointment under adverse con It tions ItThe Davlqss County Court H ni was Inadequate to hold the crowd wo wanted to hear Mr Willsou by ik and tho Opera House had been ms gel by the local commtyifce j PACKED TO THE LIMIT Long before his speaking time it wa J 1IJdfwhenhold any ijftdre people with comfort I After thiuvocatlou by Dr Iludoy Judge LlJtlQ made a brief Introductory addres paying ran eloquent trlbu e i j the Gubernatorial candidate I In prefacing his addresser Willr OH of tho most encouraging iv Mhappy progress which had been hIp thrQugh the State and of tho grear uprising of the people against ring rulewhich ho land Served He remarked I that ho supposed Mr Bryan was was just as Interesting to the i I people of Owensboro at 500 per day as when ho was a candidate I J j BRYAN IS WELL PAID He explained though that the Nt braskian had charged just tho sam I for his service at that time The fact that air Bryan canto all the way from I I Nebraska to tell Kentucky how itI I should handle its local affairs he char as ridiculous particularly tho IncterIzcd mission to prevent Ken I tucky from going Republican It there hadnt been a big retainer in cash his desire to keep Kentucky from going Republican would simply have smouldered on the hearth of his ambition he declared That Mr Bryan didnt owe Beckham and linger anything Mr Willson declared to be- ktrue and he didnt blame tho Nebras- kanT for charging thorn for his assist ance He made the tatement that Mc Creary and Hager had heaps of letters and affadavits showing how thew wer robbed by the ring leaders In that pri mary and they were standing indifferently r In suport of time 11achl e r focteta too manly to smiaC and too jtofionesrt4giVfif 11the methods em oyed In the present campaign t THAT 3500 CHECK Another statement made by Mr j tL Willson and qne which evidently made a deep impression on the audience was that the famous 3500 Dehler eckrollected by Auditor Iager from the saloon Interest from Campaign purpose was the last of a serIes of checks of that dnd which amounted t111imiM Mr l I t 1 j Who IHONHager to deny truth of this statement He again made his attltudo on the temperance issue so clear that there was no room for misunderstanding He denounced Gov Beckham and Au ditor Hager as pretenders of temper ance and explained in detail upon what he based his assertion He said thatfro had heard that Mr Hager in uXlaysville speech had declared that he was a Democrat and if the Demo cratic party was for whisky he was for whisky and if it was against Itso was he Thats not the kind of Kentucklan you see before youlI1Willson said Here is a man who Is a but If the Republican party was against temperance Id be against the Republican party In closing his address Mr Willson cautioned the voters to watch for an honest count on election day Every man1 to his guns he said and watch like a hawk every ballot that goes Into theboLb w 1- r A I PROVIDENCEIsASSISTIN6 In Controll of the Tobacco Situation by the A S of E Farmers Should Lay Aside all Dif ference and Complete the Splendid Job v Editors Republican To the Local Unions of the A S of E afid Tobac co Growers In general throughout the Green River District Now that the ISQ crop of tobacco Is mostly In the barns and a short but generally good crops and as the time of year is here when our thoughts naturally turn toward the selling end of the crops it Is Intp9rtan that 3v h ttdcdnsl 1 3 this matter one of a most serious na j tune As we undoubtedly have it in our power to win a great and impor tant victory by pooling a large percentage of the 1907 crop An allwiso Providence has created conditions that make it an Vasy matter to control the prices of this crop if we will but embrace the opportunity but if we should be so unwise as to not stand firm and true to the plan of pooling but should dump any considerable amount of the crops It will only serve to prolong the fight for the battle must be won sooner or later If wo were to allow ourselves to think of defeat It would be a dreadful thing to contemplate the wretchedness suffering and privations that would ensue as the result of a return to tho starvation prices of 1903 Fellow farmers Its high time that we lay aside all trivial differences that prevent us from presenting a solid front to the enemy it we would keep jEMjalmlu iheLJ ttd fundamental 4- t principle viz The right of tho ma Jorliy to rule It would help us won derfully in arriving at definite conclusions now that tho busy season Is over 1JL Is Important that we go to work and revive our local unions the regular meetings of our Locals are too Important to be neglected there Is so much that wo farmers need that could bo secured through the Organi zation that tho value of getting down to regular systematic work can scarce ly bo over estimated Theadded strength of tho organi zations In other sections ought to greatly encourage us Think of what has been accomplished in the Burley District Since the lab of last November 70000000 pounds of the 1906 crop pooled and over 103000 acres of tho 1907 crop pledged Wisconsin Indi ana and several other sections com- Ing Into the pooling column this year all help greatly to hasten the day of our deliverance The hand of Equity 4J5 clearly visible In the prices of near 4xtl- r I ly all farm products the leaven of controlled marketing is gradually leav ening the whole lump Now just a word to the men on the out side Do you not think you have taken advantage of our prices long enough We think so if you expect to have any claim upon the good will or respect of your neighbors come up llko a man this year and help us to establish permanently tho right of farmers to price their products time line must be drawn be tween those who are fighting this great battle to establish the rights of the farmer and tho man who Is acting tho tory by furnishing time evening with the munitions of war with which to prosecute their battle against prof itable prices Choose ye this day whom you will serve Home mid Friend or the Tobacco Trust Local Unions dont forget to send delegates to the National Tobacco Growers convention at Shelbyvllle Ky Oct 30th M F SHARP li S lJY- lf At + ks f I 1 t I I liiERJS SENSATIONAL QUESTION IS ANSWERED r OWN BOOKS SHOW STATEMENT TO BE FALSE m Hager Is reported to have said In his speech at Owlngsvllle that them qbllcnns under Taylor from January 1 to the latter part of February axq nald out 964000 and demanded to know what became of this large SOEM In the first place tho books In charge of Mr Hager show that his statement Is not even approximately correct and In the next place he has ttadthe custody of those books and knows or could know If he desired haw the money expended by Gov Taylors administration was paid out BHtrfor the Auditors enlightenment we give the figures In some detail tAken from his Democratic predecessors reports for the month of January asdwFobruary 1900 In full The amounts for general expenses may be Imwi on page 33 of the Auditors report for the fiscal years of 19001901 for the Sinking Fund at page 34 and for the school fund at page 37 For the months of January 1900 there was paid From the General Expenditure Fund 33003110 j1um the Sinking Fund 998000 Fromtlio School Fund 33235551 For the month of February 1900 yom the General Expenditure fund 20303288 font the Sinking fund 2217701 itoora time Sinking fund 0000 Total for the full two monthsS9757650FO- R WHAT IS WAS PAID OUT For schools including the A M College 30817928 IFtor military fund and active militia including the arsenal 3268473 for penitentiaries and houses of reform 4622109 For asylums and for Idiots and lunatics 15201665 For expenditures costs Juries etc for courts 12514357 IFor costs relating to the revenues 7374923 2767150Salaries Public Printing and paper and record books 345552 Cure of furnishing roparing public property 574909 legislature per diem and expenses 4432599 Sinking Fund J 998000 Small amounts paid under five other ifferent heads in the Audi tors books 839985 Total for the full two months 89757650 if there is any graft in any of the above Items let Mr Hager point it out and explain to the public why he hasnt done so before now as the looks have been in his posossibn He says if Taylor had not collected any money during these two months there would have been only 90000 on hand at their close Waiving the question of accuracy which Is shown above we pause just long enough to say that since Mr Hager has been in office if nothing had been collected there would have been a deficit In the Treasury of thirtyseven million dollars His statement is thus shown to bavo been silly In calling attention to what he is pleased to call the largo expenditure under less than two months of Taylors administration the Auditor and can JMatfl for Governor evidently intends to convey the Idea I that this sum Yriiloh he overstays by mot e than 56000 even counting the two full BomiUM which ho claims not to have done was extraordinary We have Before UB his published nport as Auditor and turning to pages 195 and 191 we find that for January and February 1005 there was paid out un rtcrMr Hngers administration of the Auditors office 139205008 or- 49I1ins5s more than was paid out for tho same period under Gor Tay loT an increase of more than rii per coat In the language Mr Hager ap dJJedto the expenditures under Gov Taylor What has become of this 1 3U2Oifc Not a dollar of It was paid out on the Capitol appropriation ex- ClIL a mMiHly 5u44 which presumably was paid to the Superlntcnidond ttit and clerk for their valuable services and nothing was paid on our bonded deb- rluttlug the question in the form and manner Mr Hager did had Ute effect Hud lie must be prussumed to have Intended to convey the meaning which the ordinary mind would have put upon his words of Taking the presumption that this was an unheard of amount to he paid Mil tn fauiutry and February of one year and of creating the idea that there was nothing in the public records to show where this money had gone when In faet the records in his office and in the Auditors reports filed in every Clerks office in the State show where every dollar of It Rent JARE BUYING TOBACCO I IN THE FIELD a Trusts end Independents are Alike Eager to Get Some of This Years Crop KMIbttt h from Paducah says J roes ark being lined up for a su I mime ten of survival in time toI IKMQ Industry front Indications in ttlland adjuijliig counties Tim pres i e2Lea cf tobaco buyers representing manuItilke field fr n nonassociation groW- an forebodes a life and death strug Jlf Tjoxi ynr between the lark To taeuu JruwtfB Association and the ttiteceo trurt- Lstouiuhuut IS expressed on all lan rt tilt action of the buyers in ftatcmtii fur the crop before it fciflw been cut as the shrinkage in- 1tMtr IV hy i be Unit it has been escort end Is ready for prizing makes it extremely difficult to estimate he Ttfrta of a field The only ivuao advanced for such early and mipre Mientcd buying is that both tho toiat and certain independent manu ftwtiirora want to got as much of the- aoit crop 1a possible Obviously ft all the independent tobacco is enght now Uy the trust and the as sociation holds the remainder the Bleyend lit manufacturers who wait wtll the utiiul time to buy will find teoiMlvfa high and dry for raw ma artal toIccodated that with independent toI i Go it is nov buying tue trust have enough to run it for a year or- roaro In an effort to embarrass the MHnri on f c nciallyfrom having top carry over must of its holdings The ftBiotlaun can not market its jiledxes Ly the time the independent iliuyem are ready to purchase and so the Independent manufacturers will lie at a disadvantage that will work to tho interetit of the trust Elated over this seasonss high JUices it is unlikely that the associa would eccpt much lower prices J 1AI a Vy 1 dt It would rather carry over the crop Another factor that must bo consid ered is that the yield this year is not quite up to the normal and many growers are cutting too early This is the usual time for cutting when the season has been normal but the backward season caused late plant ing and the tobacco being cut now is considered by competent judges here to be a little green If this is true the crop will still be smaller Time quality of this years crop Is slightly better than last year Hartford Business Institute A strong business preparation for a successful commercial career is now recognized as a necessity by every leading men One of Americas great est business men said The young man who starts at this time will stan little chance of success without thor ough business training And for the young woman of today the best safe guard she can have is a business edu cation by means of which to earn her livelihood whenever necessity demands What could be more pitiable than to see a young woman in luxu ry thrown on her own resources with out a practical education It Is no longer a question of getting positions for students but getting stu dents ready for positions The demand Is greater than the supply Whllo we have had a strong class of students during the past two years we have not been able to fill the demands that have been made upon us for compe tent bookkeepers and stenographers Young men and young women with a good common school education have enrolled with us finished the courser and with their money making capacity greaUy Increased have gone out to positions of honor and trust numIbelwrite us for further information Catalogs sent free Address all communi cations to Nettle Rogers Principal Hartford Ky r +Dont 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 a little Cascaswect Cascasweet Is a cor rective for the stomachs of babies and children Contains no harmless drugs Sold bra11 druggists m j 1 MAKE KINDLY I CRITICISM IF ANY 1 Keep Quiet Unless You Cai Say Something Nice Life of Seclusion Often Leads one to Think be is Exactly Right in Ail Things No One would deliberately Injure another but I am afraid that we nil do from time to Ime by talking when it would be letter to keep still If we cannot say something nice about a friend wo should be silent but in stead we go heedlessly on expresslni opinions or telling facts that prejudice others and thus we have done harm when none was intended We all need a little more charity In our composition I think With that the temptation to say critical or unkind things would be greatly lessen ed and we would make excuss wheree now we do not even think of them To make ourselves learn to do this is one of the Important things in life and a help toward accomplishing I t is not only honestly to put ourselves In the other persons place but also admit that we know nothing of the factorsJJiat governed the act 1mIlJOrtnntbest will In the world it is practically Impossible to put ourselves in an j others place unless one happens to be such a close friend that all tin circumstances are known Only then can we form an opinion that is worth the time of telling But the fact that we know only the thing that was done i and more of the causes therefore does not prevent us from laying down the law and in our ignorance lies the ca pacity to do harm If we could know what Influenced the person to act as water having every appearance of I purity may be more dangerous than clarlIflesMedical authorities seem to agreeI that typhoid germs must bo to the stomach in order to cause ty phoid fever When a person Is in good health and the gastric juices are in i proper condition no serious results may follow the introduction of the ba cilli into the stomach The gerins of typhoid fever and in fact the germs j of all diseases are destroyed by high temperature It Is for this reason that It is recommended that water for pot iible purposes be boiled since water is held to be responsible for the dissem ination of typhoid fever It Is also held that typhoid fever Is not In frequei I y contracted by the Indigestion of un cooked articles of food and certain vegetables such as celery lettuceetc often laden with germs The simple washings to which they are subjected I cannot remove the germs It has been discovered that lemon juke will killI the germ and the sprinkling of Ion juice upon vegetables has been recommended To prevent the dissemination of typhoid fever is one of the most inipor ant1 problems in sanitation for just as long as human beings are untaught- In the simple and inexpensive methods of selfpreservation or being taught are criminally neglectful of hemsevles and others they have no right to expect escape from the gravest disasters Perhaps the most active agents in the dissemination of typhoid fever are time railroads and steamers for It Is well known that tho tanks of trains wd steamers are usually filled with water from the common source of supply at their terminals In the larger clues These companlesshould under the constant supervision of experts in the various health boards be compelled by law to furnish pure water to their passengers Baltimore American There Is more Catarrh in this sec lion of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last ew years doctors pronounced it a local remedies and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment pro nounced it Incurable Science has pronounced catarrh to bo a constitution al disease and therefore requires con stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney fc Co Toledo Ohio Is tho only constitutional cure on the market It Is taken Internally In doses from 10 drop to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer ono hundred dol lars for any case It tails to cure Sent circulars and testimonials i Ior Ohio F J Cheney Co Tole jSold by druggists 75c ITake Halls Family Pills for con r fCures Blood Skin Diseases CancerGreatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is Impure thin diseased hot or full of humors If you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itchlpg rl aa JJolio cg lntiMlD1UJllilll 1- r t I tarrh rheumatism or blood or skin disease take botanl Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pureand rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample AtIi lanta I vised for chronic deepseated casesa- j It cures after all else nlls35tr 4Martial Monotony One of the secrets bf a smoothly running married life is an occasions absence or separation There are but I few people today who can stand the strain of constant companionship with out getting a little wearyIoHhn In Vogue HOW MOUNTAINSHEEP LEAP I Ease With bleb one of Them Rids Himself of Dogs in Pursuit Soon after we started a black bear he ran along the foot of a cliff and past a bunch of mountain sheep up on the cliffs following one of them to the edge writes D C Beamnn in the Den ver Post It was a big rum and when he got near the edge of the cliff he came to bay and for several minutes stood off one of the fox terriers which fed kept close to him Pretty soon a foxhound got up on top and joined the terrier and they both made a cfiarge on the sheep and it looked pretty bad forhlm as wo thought but ho did not seem to think so for ho made a Kldewlse spring straight out from the edge of the precipice apparently 6 or- S feet and then spread his feet in a sort of bracing way and with his body In a perfectly horizontal position and parallel to the face of the cliff drop lied straight down to the foot of the cliffThere is an old theory that mountain sheep In jumping front a cliff light on their horns but that has long been exploded However many have supposed that they Jumped down in the ordinary way alighting first on their front feet This I believe Is also an error except when the distance is slight Where the distance is at all great I now entertain no doubt that they light on all their feet at once and as squarely as If standing still Just as this one did The post Hon was stifflegged I ut tho InstanWiis feet touched th ground his Joints gave way with Increasing resistance- however acting as springs until his belly almost touched the ground before the force of the Impact was over conic by the muscular resistance The philosophy of this is obvious Time hoofs of tho mountain sheep are also heavily cushioned and are about as elastic as a ruben ball There seemed to 1tino more jar when this sheep lit than If ho had descended but 2 or 3 feet He was up and away instantly and was soon out of reach of the dogs which wouldnt think of ranking the jump A short distance to the loft of where the sheep stood the cliff slop edoff so that he could have descended to the foot of It easily and without a leap of more than 4or 5 feet but the dogs could have followed and thus kept hot after him This way down was In plain sight of the sheep and he was no doubt perfectly familiar with It and with all the features of the cliff as It was his home It seemed as if the sheep decided that the only or best way to baffle the dogs was to do something that they could not do suchIclaim that wild animals do not rea sonThe dogs were afraid to approach even as near the edge of the cliff as where the sheep stood when he Jump firt and when he had passed out of their sight over the edge they seemed to think he had taken wings as they Immediately quit the chase and came bath to us Mr Smith and myself were on the opposite side of the gulch about 200 yards away and saw the whole per formance which lasted Several min utes It was tho finest exhibition of animal agility I ever saw or expect to see How far a sheep can Jump or rather drop and not hurt himself I do not know but this was pretty good I went up to th esyot afterward and measured the height of the cliff as accurately as possible and found It to be between 20 and 25 feet From the ease with which he made it I should think he could almost double the distance without Injury J r 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 678 U M W of A tf U A JaWeof Finance Wall street arithmetic Ten men make p cornoruliOUj teu corporations 1 J 1- aa 1 5 Mlei J I THE KENTUCk Light and Power Co 4 INCORPORATED I flT Ml i iiOR BUSINESS HOUSE I p BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN1 IJ REACHit- Manager i M L HEAVRIN i iy + + ++ + ++ +++++00 ++++++++J ++++ + + + ++0101 + 1q b i I Coiqt1 j fihHorporatcclI y 41 4q Hartford y bar fi Hardware Machinery and all Kinds 1 t 4 4of Fanning Implements I 1j 4 4qr1qWe carry a complete line of Buggies and Surreys When you Ot buy a Buggy you do not want to make a mistake In material and 4q workmanship We handle only the best makes and can therefore b 4 recommend all our vehicles Can make prices to suit all customers bl 4 Agent for the famous Oliver Chilled Plows Blount True Blue It Jjii Well Pumps Cultivators Disc Harrows and Drills Also all kinds il 4of Field Seeds bit 51tq4 ng r bitC4q Crushers and Meal Mills to connect with same Lawn Mowers bit 4qand Swings The largest supply house in Ohio county Give us a J aquitableq J 1I I1 warYYo aorcoi rr SIncorporatedMAJfUFAOTlKKS THE PAIOCStEGYPTIAN VAULTS r t And puts thorn in the grave The only absolutely perfect vault made It is watertight airtight ver min and wormproof The greatest invention of the age If you desire to lay away the dead in the most satisfactory manner you will certainly demand one Hartford 1 B LAC BIRKHEAD Mgrs A make a trust ten trusts make a com mergertenone magnate gets plum A Obstinate cases of constipation and nasty mean headaches promptly dlsap LittleEarly gistsmRadium for Research The radium mines at Joachimetnl Vltnjlnoore and this has yielded tobeThe Louisville Herald has advanced the Subscription price so that we cannot ac ceptsUbscription for less than 325 for Daily and The Re publican and 135 for Week lywith The Republican t H uIj 1 1 r c KILLTHE COUGHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery t FORhSotUe Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED BATISPAO OBion MONEY REFUNDED Sclldmode1draWing JIIAICOP1t1lrhta I Hairmoneyandoftrntkepatent tlcHxcfualvoltWriteIW JCJatt elksWAUHINM r i ri f i HOLD STRICTLY PRIVATE MEETING 1f Green River District Tobacco Growers Meet F To Represent District in Nation al Tobacco Growers t Association The Green diver District Tobacco Growers association of the A S of Thursdayionly were the doors closed but a sea 4 tinel was stationed outside of the door trauxplred will be given out It is known however that some pretty serious matters were up for consideration The situation us regards the pooling of tobacco is far i from being satisfactory and ways and means for relieving the situation was f the principal objects of the meeting A proposition was discussed look lug to the abandohment practically of the pooling plan unless eighty per cent of the crop now growing x in all of the counties of the district Is pledged to the pool The propo sition was submitted by the dele gates from Hancock county and its adoption very persistently urged A member of the Hancock county del f gatlon said that if this regulation were adopted ninety per cent of the 11 tobacco In Hancock county would be pooled but that if It failed of adopt tion he believed that eighty per cent 4of the tobacco in that county would k be dumped He said many growers 1 doubt whether a sufficient quantity will be pooled this year to mako pooling a success and therefore de cline to tie up their tobacco but If It were stipulated in the contract that they would be free to sell un less eighty per cent is pledged they would then have no hesitancy about signing the pledge Delegates from other counties characterized i the proposition as a com promise with the dumpers though a portion of the delegates from the othe counties favored it The proposition was finally voted down President John Cullen of McLean county was present and presided Secretary V P Statler of Calhoon was ut the dask There were rep resentatives present from Ohio Han cock McLean and Davless counties Delegates from Hancock were J 13 Holland H G Smith J 0 Mad den T B Henderson H F Stratton J D Root William Brown John E Mlnriett T C Wright J L Great houseThe delegates from McLean county did not arrive until noon Among them were V P Statler Walter Atherton Aaron AthertonBen East and John Cul on and Gabe Pearce lenT S Coke Vas elected to represent tho district in the National Tobacco Growers association to be held at Shelbyville in few days Owensboro Messenger IF tThomas A Edison the great American inventor says Fully eighty perI i cent of the illness of mankind comes from eating Improper food on to much i food people are inclined to overt Indulge themselves This is where i indigestion finds its beginning In t nearly every case The stomach can do Just so much work and no more and when you overload it or when you eat the wrong kind of food the I digestive organs cannot possibly do the work demanded of them It is ut such times that the stomach needs help it demands help and warns you by headaches belching sour stomach nausea and Indigestion You should at tend to this at once by taking something that will actually do the work for the stomach Kodol will do this It is a combination of natural digest ants and vegetable acids and contains the same juices found in a healthy stomach It is pleasant to take It digests what you eat Sold by all drugitstsmCivilized Woman See the womanlShe has heels on her shoes arid has squeezed her feet into a pair several sizes to c 3 small arid she looks as If sho was JI going to fall forward and be deform ed some more She Is having a con tinuous struggle with the law of grav itatlonShe has attecl frame about her upper part and has compressed her wullst so that it looks like the smal I Icnd of a funnel anti she can hardy rUreathe and her internal anatomy lied shifted yxiarter mad there are several Jobs Mead for the family doctor And she doesnt know why she feels poorly most of the time She is pinned tied laced and brat Icd Sho uses cosmetic hair dyesI powderjJ belladonla toI brighten her eyes and all manner of false and uncomfortable things ate I fc on and about herfrom her head downI Silo has bird and gay colored 1 II Hursifig fflofifgfS and t Overburdened TVoirifcn In all stations of life whoso vigor and i slidbrokendownsocial duties the too frequent bearing of children or other causes will find In Dr Plercoa Favorite Prescription the most strongthgiver I especiallyurlshmenttor I theSystem 1jtae ale avs em c ca m vous calf women who suffer from headaches back ache draggingdown distress low down irregular ortaintdlsngreeoblepelvic displacements experiencemany byIDr Pierces Favorite Prescription This world famed specitic for womans weaknesses und peculiar ailments Is a pure glycerlc extract of the choicest na tive medicinal roots without a drop of alcohol In Its makeup All Its Ingredi ents printed In plain English on Its bottle wrapper and attested under oath Dr Invites the fullest Investiga willboknown to the most advanced medical science of all tho different schools of peculiarweaknessesIf you want to know more about tho composition endorsement of tho Favorite Proscription send postal card request to Dr K V Pierce treatingsubstitute a secret nostrum of unknown composi tion Dont do It plumes and feathers on her hat and sho weareth many colors She is not what she was created but Is what she has created- Is the woman a savage Noshe Is the flower of civilization THE SIMPLE HOME RECIPE Prepare This Simple Recipe atI Home and Try it Druggists Here in Town Can Sup ply the Ingredients or Makeup The Mixture Get front any prescription pharmacist the following Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounceI Compound Syrup Sarsaparllla three ouncesShake well in a bottle and take a teasepoonful dose after each meal and at IIThenent authority who writes In a New York daily paper as the finest Proscription ever written to relieve Back ache Kidney Trouble Weqk Bladder and all forms of Urinary difficulties This mixture acts promptly on theI eliminative tissues of the Kldn sen11 ubling them to filter and strain uric acid and other waste matter theIII the blood which causes Some persons who suffer with the I afflictions may not feel inclined to place much confidence in this simple mixture yet those who have tried It say tho results are simply surprising- the relief being effected without theI slightest injury to the stomach or other organs Mix some and give It a trial It certainly comes highly recommended It Is the prescription of an eminent authority whose entire reputation It is said was established by It A druggist here at homo when asked stated that he could either supply the ingredients or mix the pre scription for our readers also recom mends It as harmless Cause For CorrodingC It has been noted that wire nails rand wire fences corrode more quickly than iron in other forms under like exposure The theory Is advanced by way of explanation that the cold working processes leave unusually arge Intermolecular spaces in the mental t DeWitts Carbonized Witch Hazel Salvo is good for little burns and big bruises small scratches or bruises 1- and big ones It Is healing and sooth lug Good for piles Sold by all druggists m STARTLING FACTS AROUT TYPHOID FEVE- I Not Prominent in List of Fatal Diseases But it is Lingering Typhoid fever Is not prominent In the list of fatal diseases The per centage of fatalities is unusually small but the disease entails upon the pa tient a long period of critical illness requires careful nursing and is a heavy expense Unlike many Infections typhoid fever frequently comes front the country to the city and carelessness In nursing one case may pol lute the water supply of the nearest town which in turn may pollute that of the next town or city and produce an epidemic of huge proportions If not necessarily n fatal maladyt typhoid fever is lingering It is sel dom that a patient recovers his strengtl until after six or eight weeks The old method of ice bath for the patient to keep down the temperature has been discarded It is generally recognized that the disease must take its course No solid foods are given and cathartics are essential Careful nur sing is of prime importance Absolute rest and quiet are demanded Typhoid Is a germ disease Even after physicians discovered the means by which typhoid fever Is communi cated it was generally believed that water free from visible Impurities was safe and that visibly foul water was dangerous Although the latter con clusion is generally correct the former is wholly erroneous When a citys water supply conies directly from a muddy stream the probabilities are that It contains the Infection as typhoid fever is existent at all times and streams are open to pullution from ninny sources but perfectly clea she did we might sec that under the circumstances we might not ev en have done so well und far from blaming we would praise That is why I think a realization of ignorance will do much to bring toleration and suspend criticism- It ought to be as easy to say nice things as unkind ones but with many persons this does not seem to be the case Yet it Is true that the most critical are found generally to be the most ignorant for those who know anything of life its complications difficulties and trials are tho most lenient and forgiving A wom an who has lived a secluded exist ence out of the stress of life is far more apt to be quite sure that she knows all about it and what should be done at all times than one who has lived in the thick of it and gained knowledge It Is n woman who learns as she grows who becomes kindly and criticism is not us often heard from her as justification She It is who is helpful to others and not antagonistic in superiority we cannot say kind things about another or cannot justify an act at least we may keep silent about it Even more we may try to apply a kindly motive and not a disagreea ble one In that way certainly we shall not be harming another and may be doing goodSt Louis Re public Doing Business Again When my friends thought I was about to takeleave of this world on I account of indlgestionnervousness and general debility writes A A CliffsI holm Treadwell N Y and when it looked as If there was no hope left 1 was persuaded to try Electric Hitters and I rejoice to say that they are curing me I am now doing business again as of old and am still gaining daily Best tonic medicine on earth Guaranteed by all druggists 50c m Sociability Hawthorne In his diary makes rec old of a day wherein he resolved to to no human soul He went to thq village got his mall at the post office returned and triumphantly re the fact that he spoke 16 no Is it any wonder that with all his genius Hawthorne was a melanj choly and essentially an unhappy man How much wiser and better the oppo site course Think of how much lute pines you convey to others by kjmlly cOllve1satlonlThink ciability Jets back into your own soul1 Who does not feel more cheerful andI contended for receiving a polite bowI genial good morning a heartyh theselittleI U- I OOOOOOOOOOOOO O OOO 9j That hacking coughcontinues i Because your system is exhausted and fir j your powers of resistance weakened 0Take Scott j Emutjfon a3 hithalide up and strengthens your entire system tIItcontains Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites so digestip ttp lQuQOOOO ALL DRUGGISTS OQ O a I good will Silence and stiff unbend ing reserve are especially selfish and andRand cheerful word for all he meets The man in the moon was a son He scatters sunbeams wherever he goes He paves the path of others with smiles Ho makes society seen genial and the world delightful tu those who else would find them cold selfish and forlorn And what he gives is but a tithe of what he receives Be sociable then wherever yogigo and wrap your lightest words in tone that are sweet und a spirit that is ge nial You never have any trouble to get children to take Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup They like It because It tastes nearly like maple sugar Ken nedys Laxative Cough Syrup is a safe sure and prompt remedy for coughs anti colds and Is good for every mem ber of the family Sold by all druggists m pee VALUE OF ORDINA RY CHEESECLOTH For Cleaning it is the Very Best of Fab rics Cheesecloth should be used more commonly for household puriwsus than it Is The material has the spec lal merit of being firm yet so loosely woven that grease comes out readily in washing thus it is store easily kept clean than linen or crash for which It may many times be substi tuted An unbleached quality that costs not more titan 5 cents a yard is quite as good for general use as more expensive fabricsiThe best kind of dishcloths are made of it The material should be doubled raw edges turned in and stitched on the machine This will wear and be cause it cleans as easily is most sanitary for warm weather in that it will not become saturated and smell of grease says the Now York Evening Telegram Rinsing in soap and w tel will be all that is necessary for cleansingFor furniture It is the best kind of cloth for cleaning and all cabinet makers peep three sets for work The first is used for applying the oil the second to rub It off and the third is the polisher Similar treatment for diningroom tables will keep them in the pink of CheeseclothconditionIof an egg In having small bags of the cotton kept in the kitchen Put the grounds in to one and twist the top around tight with thread a spool of which should be handy for the purpose The saute hag may be used many times There Is nothing in the cleaning line for which it is not good neellhavesurface if cheesecloth is used and for all kinds of work It will be found invaluable A bag made of it should always be kept in the kitchen for straining soups Tissue paper is another valuable household asset that all housekeepers do not appreciate All of it that do not appreciate All of it that comes into the house should be saved Moistened with alcohollt polishes mirrors to perfection nnd even dry will make them shine Silver all hardwoods used for furniture and HI edl also brass If not badly tranishtd will respond immediately to treatment wit tissue paper and for packing of all kinds it is most useful Lace silk an all ribbon should always be Ironed be t I tween two layers of it for the mater als will not then be shiny Bitten by a Spider Through blood poisoning caused by a spider bite John Washington of Hosquevllle Tex would have lost his hg which became a mass of running sores had ho not been persuaded to- ry Bucklens Arnica Salve He writes The first application relieved and four boxes healed all the sores Heals every sore 25c at all druggists m Cocktails and Evening Dress The London Lancet says evening dress is a good substitute for the cock ail as an appetizer but as long as evening clothes retail at 75 and cock at 15 cents the suggestion will ot be universally adopted Louisville CourierJournal Pneumonias Deadly Work has so seriously nfected my right lung writes Mrs Fannie Conner of Rural Route 1 Georgetown that I coughed continuously nigh and day and the neighbors prediction consumptionseemed inevitable until my husband brought home a bottle or Dr Kings Now Discovery which In my case proved to be the only real cure and restorer of woak sore lungs When all other remedies utterly fail you may still win In the battlo ngalns lung and throat troubles with New Discovery the real cure Guaranteed- by all druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottle free mi 0 Afcgetable Prcparalionror As similating ihcFoodandBegula ling the Stomachs of iNFlNISCHltlXBtN Promotes Dige3tionCheerful ness and neJllier i 0 JOTlrktcrarG SJMl1ZIm2rIl JLifeJ S4Ar r I16TuJMdr Aperfecl SlomachDinrrhocnrorms ncss and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature oP f f INEV YORK u EXACT COPY OF WRAPflER 11 i y REPUBLICANCATO ft I fIJ f IJ OUR t t THE REPUBLICAN and glSt THE REPUBLICAN and 32 THE REPUBLICAN and I5G THE REPUBLICAN and St L75 THE REPUBLICAN and Home L25 THE REPUBLICAN and 32s THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea It7c THE REPUBLICAN and Daily 37C THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea 1li- THE REPUBLICAN and N 15C THE REPUBLICAN and 150 THE REPUBLICAN and New 15C THE wCapital StocK 25001 Surplus Profits I25GC Will loan money from 1 i r to 12 mouths This is your Bfuifc Come In DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alvin HowoBarsh Felix Jim Polk Stevens Wayne Gntflu AAAAA A A co oQooQo 00J0 0 00000 cc 0fi SOIL4q bt fit 4andWell Known Firm of 6Z- 4t g WILLIAMS MILLER b Ci b Ci For needon the farm It gttf walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes und t 4 buggies for young folks and old folks 43 9= In Addition 5 t4iq plinnces and besides all kinds of general Blacksmith j Ring can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other t 44 cannot do at all Everything very moder bl ate prices fcfr 1 tC VILLIA IS liILLElXfi S 41 BEAVER DAM KENTUCKY 9- t y I I I 4e i rt4 W isW ter Y 1 t T- JI L JfJ 0 irrc t t er if I r u Hartford Republican baud brtbe llurttunl rabtUblagCoupanjrINd- ORPORAVKD C n4RNrnt Pdltors=C Bfr11TH TS1IrSI302 S- Combslaa d 34 aouhas r 23 FRIDAY OCTOBER 11 Examine the label on your paper l IUs not correct notify us REPUBLICAN TICKET For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON of Louisvillei For Lleulehant Governor W H COX Of Mason County For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT Of Christian County For Auditor FRANK P JAMES Of 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 NAPIER ADAMS Of Pulaski county For State Senator- J W WRIGHT Of Muhlcnburg County For Representative- DR J A DUFF Sulphur Springs Precinct For Jailer- WILLIAM FLENER- Of East Beaver Dam Precinct The man who stands In the way of public enterprise Is a public enemy Mr Bryan Is always called upon to help pull the chestnuts out of the fire In Kentucky We present our readers today with an excellent five column cut of our next Governor The present State Machine claims that Kentucky is out of debt yet taxes remain the same The Hartford Herald of this issue Is greatly Improved by Its liberal quo tations from this paper While the President is away mem bers of the Ananlas Club may get a chance to visit the White House Those who are trying to drag the A S of E into politics are no friends of the American Society of Equity Whenever and wherever you hear a speaker appealing to race prejudice and hate you may know he has a weak causeIf Is good to put a State Machine out of business in Pennsylvania It ought to be equally good to do so in Kentucky The Muhlenburg Argus is still do- Ing all it can to help roll up an Immense Republican majority in that county this fall We notice that when Senator Mc Creary was invited to go on the Bry an special with Bccklmni Hager Co he sent a hand It begins to look like Tyler mho Democratic temIIeranceThey have cut several trails through the Louisiana canebrakes and located three bears We hope however I none of them will be tiedI conIdltlonspresent Democratic ticket Says the St Louis Globe Democrat It Is better to be charitable than rich and you cant be both A majori ty of us find it difficult to bo either The Hartford Hcrnld essays to bo Hove that because a Republican solicits support for the Republican ticket there can be no nonpnrtinan courts The attempt upon the part of Demo cratic speakers to besmirch the administration of Governor Bradley have InItanceThis Is one campaign in Kentucky which is being conducted by our Dom ocratic friends without the longwind ed oratory of Senator Joseph C S Blackburn Lower taxes cannot bo obtained by keeping in power a set of men who J t L havp failed and refused to do anytliln to relieve the people of their bur dens for eight years 1 Had Hon J Morgan Chinn appear ed in Hattford to fill his appointment last Monday he would have met a frost Not more than a dozen Demo crats came to town td hear him The Tariff Is an old story and when the Democrats advocate a wholesale scaling of duties at ports of entry It is In order respectfully to invite their attention to the amended Wilson bill It is claimed that a Chicago wife saved enough out of her weekly al lowanco to get a divorce Is this the reason the W omaus Club Insists the wife having a weekly allow anceIAny set of men who would revIve and keep vmhive hate and prejudice In an effort to win office are unworthy of the support of those who love their State and have Its best interests al heart 28TueslldaJnly days upon which you can regis ter if you were sick or unavoidably out of town on the regular registra tion day- People are wondering why Mr Bry an did not speak in Louisville and why lieckham and linger have so far passed by the principal city of time State when dishing out their stock of oratory It has been suggested that candi date Hager might explain that the reason no platform was made for himI is because none could be made upon which he and candidate Tyler could stand together and fool the IlcoilleI If Tariff revision would be a bad thing for the Republican party to un dertake before a Presidential election in 1908 it would be equally as danger ous for Republicans to take up Tariff revision before the Presidential elee tion in 1912 The invitation by our local contemporary to the ladles to comeo ut last Monday and hear the temperance quetI tion discussed by J Morgan ChinnI son of Jack Chinn was the best jokeI of the fall and possibly appreciated to the fullest extent by a limited number r One would infer from Its editorial comment that the Hartford Herald favors trying individuals accused afI crime according to their political ad herence rather than according to law This plan seems to be in vogue in some parts of the State but the Herald is the first to recommend it in Ohio county Mr Hager the Democratic candi date for Governor said in his speech at Maysville a few days ago I am a Democrat and If the Deinocratic par ty is for whisky I am for it and if it is against whisky I am against It When he was a candidate for the nomination he tried to make every body believe he was unalterably op posed to the sale of whiskey In anyway The Hartford Herald will never get overt he failure of that little scheme A the late Democratic Fiscal Court to foist Mr Tom Wallace on the new Republican Court as Poor House Keeper It always files this nsan ex cuse for Democratic partisan courts art Boards of Control for our Charitable I Institutions It never tells its readers however that this same Republics t Court reelected and has kept a Dem ocratic County Treasurer The Democratic leaders have no love for a Protective Tariff but aI wholesome fear of making the old weeping attack upon it has possessed them And in the hearts of the Democratic masses the idea is taking I root that Protective Tariff Is a pretty good thing They have become coni inced that it means the multiplication j of factories higher wages and I larger opportunities for working menI There could be no such thing as a nonpartisan Tariff commission The luestlon which this proposed body vould be called upon to solve have I been decided Ibng ago by the people af the country the experience of the few years has fully demonstrat Ilmst the people made no mistake effort to solve at the he problem In a way that would bring the greatest good to the greatest number I Mr Silas Tichenor who had been nominated by the Democrats of Ohio county for Representative having de ell ned the committee met here last Saturday and gave the empty honor to Mr T F Tanner of Heflin pre lnct Mr Tanner is one of the very- jest citizens of the county and n man of honor and intelligence He will however waste no valuable time In effort to stem the tide which will Ian Dr Duff in Frankfort this wIn j tel The Madisohvllle Hustler one of the staunchest Democrat papers in West ern Kentucky does not mince wordsI in paying its respects to the machine teitdcd by Beckham Hager Co ItI iv4 iI1e Frankfort machine I I modern Is every respect The fmo uptodate methods for extracting money from the peoples pockets and Cooling them into the belief that they are being robbed for their own goad arc employed Scientific experts who know all the ins and outs of machin politics are in charge and nothing that will bring shekels into the hand of the machine or increase its power for perpetuation Is being neglected n The Hartford Herald knows that Mr Tom Wallaces election by thl Democratic court just as it was lj ing out of office to servo a der a Republican court was IllegnlnndII unjustifiable No Demo sUChI1l1ioceed1Ins was not permitted to hold on as Alms House keeper under an illegal elec1 lion in Ohio county we presume Herald is in favor of placing brutt attendants in charge of tho poor hell less inmates of the State Asylumst beat kick timid kill those people as has been proven by Democrats to have been done under the present State administration All because the attendants were good ward heelers for the party at the plols We like to meet the man with a smile We love tho man with a tongu free from bitterness whose voice Is music to the ear and whose handshake is an inspiration fIe compells UB to forgeto ur troubles and look on the bright side of every cloud Ho make the world brighter better and happl er It the man who makes two blades of grass grow where only one grew before Is a public benefactor so Is the one who by his cheery disposition brings smiles to the faces oC those whose hearts aro in gloom 11 w Under the headlines In behalf of a worthy candidate someone who signs himself a Democrat no doubtI at the Instance of the Herald or of its friends dissertates as follows The comparison of the two admini tratlons In the Herald last week wusI certainly convincing to one who ed the truth It is six to nothing that that gentleman wquld be en tlrely unable to recognize the truth should he stagger up on it in his meanderlngs The Heralds compari son of the States finances under Republican and Democratic rule doe great injustice to chef truthIn fac its state lenls relative thereto are absolutely untrue The records on rue In the office of Auditor Hager shot that when Governor Bradley was in nuguratXd In 1896 the State was 2 217534 in debt and at the close of his term in December 1899 the State ow ed a bonded debt not due of 100000 and had 1060425 cash in the treasury Practically everyone of Its oth er points of comparison are equally ei roneous Especially the statement that Bradley used the militia to prevent the election of a United States Senator in 1896 It is common knowl edge of everyone who Is informed that the malitia was called into service at that time to prevent hoodlums and cut throats from interfering with the meetings and hindering the business of the General Assembly NO MORE MAKESHIFTS Democrats have always accepted am enjoyed the benefits of the Protective farlff while consistently talking am voting for FreeTradeevery four years A Democrat who believes In a Pro tective Tariff Is at heart a Republic in As for the catchwords 1m practicable FreeTrade and the ruin of American lndustrythey mean just as much to the people of this country as they ever did and their meaning wquld be fully realized should he Democratic party elect a President and Congressman 1908 The people leave not the dlstrpsslnj times from 1893 to 189G under the AilsonGorman law which was only in approach to FreeTradebut enough to satisfy the people that impractl able FreeTrade and the ruin of American Industry were not mere catchwords President Cleveland pro lounced the WilsonGorman law a makeshift The peopled o not desire mother makeshift or the real thing In FreeTradeIBees Adopt Strange Home A few days ago at the home of Editor C M Barnett on Union Street a strange discovery was made The residence is an old time brick with extremely heavy cornice work Oven the large windoivs the wood work projects about twelve Inches from the race of the building forming a box which Is supposed to have considerable space on Inside This in two of the windows has drawn away from the brick enough to make a small ipenlng In these two windows two colonies of Italian honey bees have taken quarters and are industrlousjj laying up winter supplies as though they had come to stay It will be a- very difficult matter to rob them of their fruit or to dislodge them from their homes Many persons have gout to see the little bees at work in their strange abodes Mr Barnett Is very proud of them and thinks their com- ling a good open and that it Ares iges the sweetest of good luck In the futureI HARM NIOUS I GOUNTY UNION TwofuyS Session Conducted Without Discord Many Important Matters Discussed i and Acted Upon The Ohio County Union A S of E met In regular session at the court house In Hartford Ky Friday Oct 4 1907 and was called to order by County Chairman David Moreland A roll call of locals showed 20 represent ed The chair therefore announced tin union open and the minutes of the previous meeting were read and adopt edOn motion the chair was authorized to appoint a committee on resolutions The following were appointed S L Stevens E G Austin Thomas Tan ner D Ford and George Hickey- A i number of informal talks were made by delegates with reference to plans for stimulating dead locals A motion was made that thebody elect a county organizer to revive dead locals The motion went over until the afternoon session Adjourned to meet at 1 p m Met at 1 p m pursuant to adjournment It appearing that two of the delegates to the State Union at Ow ensboro July 10 itfOG had not been paid their expenses on motion this was ordered paid Assistant State organizer M F Sharp was called on and gave an In teresting talk on the work in rare ous parts of the State where he has traveled The resolutions committee presented the following resolutions I Hartford Ky Oct4 1907 We the committee on resolutions of the Ohio County Union submit the following 1st Resolved That our County Sec retary be requested to make quarterly reports showing what local unions are In arrears of their dues as well as membership Also that he corres pond with these and collect their dues and present his bill for this extra I work to be paid out of the County Treasury2d 1ed That whereas the 1905 crop of tobacco that Is unsold Is prov ing burdensome to our organization therefore we recommend that our ex ecutive committee take steps to dis pose of it as soon as possible 3rd ResolVed that we recommend the organization of a farmers stock yard atHartford to be owned and con trolled by the organized farmers and we ask the County Union to take action on this matter at once 4th Resolved that we believe that we should have a man at Louisville to look after the selling of our tobacc therefore we reccommend that the County Union take action at once to accomplish this Cth Resolved that as we think th use of paris green on tobacco Is being carried to an excess that it is Injurious to the tobacco and is detri mental to organized tobacco growers therefore we ask our County Union to petition our legislature to pass a bill prohibiting the use of paris green on tobaccoar5th Resolved That we reaffirm aur allegiance to the principles at Equity and we beg our brethern everywhero to stand firm for the mused D Ford Chm- nr F Tanner Sec The resolutions were taken up by sections and all adopted The motion to elect aCounty organ- Izer was taken up and adopted Nom- Inations for County Organizer were declared In order and the folowlng were placed in nomination Jack Miller C 1 Barnett M F Sharp Geo Barr A P Kelley The vote resulted in the lection of C M Barnett On motion the County organizer was authorized to appoint such assistance as he may needAssistant State organizer M F Sharp was assigned dates at Little 31iftonWednesday nlghtOct 9Crom vell Thursday night Oct 10 and Horse Branch Friday night Oct 11 The election of a delegate to the National Tobacco Growers Assoclatlb at Shelbyvllle was declared in order Ur M F Sharp was nominated and un nlmously elected- A motion was made authorizing a loycott on all tobacco growers who do tot pledge their tobacco within 30 lays A motion to table said motlon vas carried almost unanimously- On motion the time for signing the pooling pledge was extended to Nov after which no one will be allowed tasIgn Motion carried Adjourned to meet Saturday Oct 61- Iam SATURDAY SESSION The County union met Saturday morning Oct Gth persuant to adjournment and was called to order by Coun r ty Chalrmna hand oroiald- The chairman briefly outlined tin work to come before the sesarrn A motion was made and carrIed linking all speeches to five minutes On motion thefollowing committee was selected to inaugurate Jja plat for a farmers stock yard Hurt Cord in conformity to the recom Inendatlon made by the committee- on resolutions JM Shultz George Barr J R Weller and S L Stevens The committee was empowered to + some one at Beaver Dam and Hartford if they think best to handle the stock for memben at the order On motion the union dlrepied that the delegates to the district union je Instructed to urge that body to petition the Kentucky Legislature to pass a law prohibiting the use af parIs green or sty other poison 01 obacco A motion was made that no mad be allowed to pool his tobacco un esshe joined the society After thorough dlscusslonthe motion was adopted On motion the Sccretar vas directed to have this rule publish id in the Ohio county papers two wensboro papers and UpToDate Adjourned tomeet at 1 p m AFTERNOON SESSION Met at 1 p in President Mordant In the chair On motion the various Magisterial districts of the countywhlch have not selected their finance committees were lirected to hold meetings and select heir committees In time for the chairman of each district to meet in Hart ord Saturday Oct 26 to elect the nembers of the district Executive Board The bill of Hartford Publishing Co for printing amounting to 350 was allowed Also County secretarys bill of 500 for postage On motion Jno P Foster was al owed 300 for expenses to meeting ot district board at Owensboro The stock committee presented a pledge which was furnished to the locals presentwIth request that they be circulated and returned to J M Shult chairman at Prentls A motion was made to take up the question of a permanent salesman for the Green River Tobacco District car led After some discussion the question wasTeferred to the local unions for consideration The union voted to send all matters ack to the locals for consideration In the future as far as practicable- On motion County secretary C M B rnett was designated as custodian tor the tobacco pooling pledges Adjourned to meet the first Friday In January 1908 David Moreland Chmn 0 M Barnett Sec The sessions of the County Unoln last Friday and Saturday were the best which have been held for a longtime No heated debates took place and the dlssentions which have cropped out at past meetings were not in vldence These divisions have been very injurious to the order in Ohio ounty and it Is to be hoped they are passed for all time Several important steps were taken which are hound to renew faith and trengthen the society The provis- Ion for handling the live stock If encouraged Is bound to bring to the order enthusiasm from a large element which does not raise tobacco and hence cannot be expected to take the Interest they would if they were reap tig direct benefits Let the good work go on pour 01- 1an the troubled waters and present a solid front to the enemy TIs will do more than anything else to bring In the outsider Among The Lodges Rough River K of P held an Interesting meeting Tuesday night trans sting considerable business Knights C M Crowe and C M Barnett rep sentatlves to the Grand Lodge at Paducah made reports which were received and a vote of thanks extended for their service ar EmorySchroeter the Hay making with Kentucky tribe at McHenry Saturday night Several chiefs from Beaver Dam also attended Ohio tribe had its regular meet longtlksductive One WarrieiSi was exalted to the Chiefs degree Junior Saga more Riley was elected as Keeper of Wampum to Ill the unexpired term of Chief Jno W Taylor r r e Hartford No67S F A M met tonday aftcrnoon at 3 oclock ex mined a number of candidates and- re eived four applications for member ship Beginning at p m the lodge conferred the second on two Entered Apprentice and raised two Fellow rafts to the Masters degree This lodge will have continuous work to- the end of the year The Master Cl Crowe went to Centertown last aturday night and assisted the lodge there In conferring the Fellow Craft degree He will feoVb Louisville l1e t- weekto represent this lodge In the Grand LodgeL r 1 1- x i= NEXT GOVERNOR OF KENTUCKY jT- A To Be Given Greet Reception Y +fiJ At Hartford Always Popular With Ohio Coun ty People Where He Is No Stranger The coming of Hon Augustus E Willson Republican nominee for G f ernor of Kentucky is looked forward to people of Qhlp county regardless of politics with genuine pleats tIuremade to give Mr Wlllson a Spl ception and if the weather Is good the largest crowd ever in Hartford bn such an occasion may be expected Mr Willson is no stranger to Ohio county citizens having spoken here iri 1892 and 1899 in the memorable Tay lorGoebel campaign He has been oil the stump in every campaign ln Kentucky for more Ulan twetjoars and ho is surpassed by few in oratory and Ills logical pleasing address convin ces his hearers wherever ho goes Ho never Indulges In slander or vilification and his speeches aro void of any appeal to party prejudice His smile Is contagious and Is of the kind that never wears off Since his nomination at Louisville last June he has grown steadily In tho esteem of the people and his tour of the Slate so far has been one continuous ovation- A reception committee composed of many prominent Republicans will meet Mr Willson at Beaver Dam at 1130 Friday morning and after lunch eon there will accompany him to Hart ford the procession forming at 1215 p m The Fordsville Brass Band has been engaged for Ute occasion The committee has requested Hartford bus iness men of all parties to decorate their business houses on that day RENDER Oct SL Howe of Fordsvilleand Nick Rains of Drakesboro were here last Wednesday Arthur Dowell got badly kicked In the mouth last Wednesday by a mule which he was driving in the mines G A Barnes of Beaver Dam and Sam Jones ofL oulsville were here last Thursday John Francis dnd Roy Andrew were In Hartford last Thursday night with a crowd from McHenhry on a Hay wagon ride G B Roll was in Central City Fri dayDr and Mrs J O MceKnney of Taylor Mines were here Friday Miss Minnie Lee Tinsley was in Centertown Friday Simon Jones was in Hartford Saturday on legal business W J Mercer was in Central City SaturdayMessrs Hugh Roach and Wm Bar rass of Taylor Mines were here Sat urday Wm Likens was in Horton Sun dayOliver Jones of Taylor Mines and Pat Murphy of Owensboro were here yesterdaySimon Stephens went to Central City today to spend a few days with his parents Mr and Mrs Jas Ste phensJno Jones is on the sick list this week EvansvUleIMrs Martha Fulkerson is visiting In Rockport this weekIMiss Georgia of Narrows Is visiting her cousin Miss Pearlle Warner this week Mrs Ellis Williams of Providence is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs G W Burton Otto Jahn of Battle Creek Mich Is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs T Jahn James M DeWeese of Hartford was here today Does YourI Heart Beat t i dayDoesor bad blood You know for heahhbadyou know precisely what jq AyersIendorsed It for 60 years Onefrequentcause of bad blood Ii B ilucslih Ink produces constipation Poltonoui bloodKeep I 3tusill HAIRVIQOR f iP SAoueCURe We hove no eereUi We pub 11th the formula of all OUr medicines j i I l of Ill t t I AIRSf GLOTHINGII I I I haveJngoodheavyas every live hustling merchant wants to do We hav many inducements to om r you First our prices are draw ing factors Second our qualities have no equals The above picture represents our New Fan Styles in Ov Clothesmonemoney refunded IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH I Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 11 I illinois Central RailroadTime Table North Boutin 0ion1U Jlonud- No182 dUll 407 a in No 121 dUtII31 am- No12duel230p m NoU1 due 148 p m- No102daoiMSpDi No 131 dUIIoCOlnI We have Suits to suit you at prices to suit you Carson Co You should see Barnard Cos line of Fall Dress Goods Mr Frank Lowe who has typhoid fever is improving- Barnard Cos Crossett Shoes and Schwab Clothing are the best Mrs Laura Warriner is the guest of her daughter Mrs D E Thomas I Miss Zella Nail has returned from an extended visit to relatives in Ohio Slip inside of one of our fall Suits and you will be in style t rCarson Co Mr J L Hoover of the Clear Run neighborhood called to see UB Mon day Mr TKeown Fordsville paid Monday while incallus a pleasant town MrE S Mauzy of the East Beav er Dam neighborhood was a pleasant caller Monday Barnard Gos line of Rugs Drug gets and Furniture cannot be beaten I ihtHartford or elsewhere Hartfordrledto see us Tuesday and renewed hlti faith In The Republican 10 A great many ladles will wish later that they had bought their fall Hat I and Dress Goods here j Carson Co- If you didnt know the price you would be willing to pay more for outs t ess gsods than we are tfrC- r 10 son Co t rgist Lon Render and wlfe will ar rive In Hartford tomorrow to be the guests of Mr Renders parents Mr and Mrs W B Render j atr Alvin Rowe Centertown attend ed the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows at Georgetown the first of the week a representatives of Centertown lodge f 1- r 1 I t J r Esq W P Render Matanzas call ed to see us Tuesday Esq B S Chamberlain No Creek called to see us WednesdayI buyinglourCarson Co Our highgrade Clothing costs no more than the common kind sold elsewhere t Carson Co Overcoatsthe long kind the IFallkind every other kindat Car Cos IMr Wm Flener Republican nominee for Jailer was a pleasant caller Wednesday Mothers bring your boys to Barnard Co Hartford and let us fit them up in new Suits Mr Emory Schroeter the photographer was in Rockport Ind the first of thewcek Mr Berry Rial is progressing nice ly on his new residence which he is constructing on Render street Miss Moseley Barnard Cos MIllj iner invites all the ladies to give her a call for the latest In her line Messrs John Keith R C Neal Ma tanzas and E S Mauzy Beaver Dam were among our callers Monday Mr Andrew King has moved with his family from Owensboro to Hart ford and will occupy rooms with Mrs J B Foster on Washington street The Buford Magisterial District Un- Ion of the A S of E will hold ItsI regular monthly meeting at BedaI Thursday October 31 Everybody is invited to attend The following Hartford people at tended the Bryan speaking at Central City Monday Mr Y L Mosele and daughter Messrs W H Barnes B B Collins O T OBannon and J iW OBanon Mr Wayne Render arrived from OklaHoraa last Friday and is now the gyjRit of his parents Mr and Mrs W j Render His wife accompanied- Mr and Mrs Render home on their return from Oklahoma several weeks ago Messrs J G Wilson Rosiue J T Davis Sunnydale S L Stevens Beav er Dam E G Austin and John Shultz Prentis John Blair Buford Esq S H Render Centertown Esq J H Miles Paradise and Alney Tlchenor Centertown were among oufcallers last SaturdayI a j Jr I tir Mr T R Barnard wits in Ltver more on business Wednesday Post Master M L Heavrin was in Louisville on business the first of the week x Dont fail to read Barnes Bros ad on page three Messrs W H Moore and G B Likens went to Dundee on business yes terday HORSES FRSALEGo 1l four yearold horse saddles and works Buy where1E C Gorman Beaver pam Mr Albert Cox ot tho fast Hart ford neighborhood called to see us Wednesday Wish the party that has our jack- screws would bring them home HARTFORD MILL CO Mr and Mrs Shelby Wallace No Creek are tho proud parents of a new girl born Monday night IOnly one marriage linens G G Hudson Hcflln to Sarah Bennett Be Ida has been issued since our last re- t 11 0 ItILeave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Xgent Richmond Laundry iGlf Mr G W Barnard of the Small lums neighborhood wile tho guest of Mr Jas C Bennett and family city the first of thenveek For Sale1500 saw logs on bank of Rough river 7 miles below Hart ford Will sell in log or cut into lumber M W BARNARD 12t2 Hartford Ky cenItertowIlLIndley of the Matanzns neighborhood surprised their many friends by elop ing to Rockport Ind last Friday and getting married FOR SALEA farm of 70 acres Dameof Taylor Mines Farm lays on Lewis creek and is in good condition with residence and good water Call on or address JOHN VELLER Taylor Mines There are nine cases of typhoid feI ver in Hartford now Several new cases having developed D E Thom as James Felix Frank Lowe W C Schlemmer and wife Harold Holbrook Allison Barnett C H Wade and Miss Elsie Matthews are those who are now ill of the much dreaded disease At a call meeting of the Ladies Social Club held at the home of Mrs J S Glenn Tuesday afternoon four vacancies In the membership were fill ed by the election ot the following ladles Mrs E W Ford Mrs C M Barnett Misses Laura Morton and Stella Woerner recentlygHartford neighborhood is erecting a nice residence in the old fairground addition In East Hartford The Hart ford Mill Co is doing the work Mrs Phillips will occupy the building- as soon as completed The regular October term of Fiscal Court closed last Saturday the busi ness having been completed A new system for road working was pre sented by county attorney Woodward but action on the proposition was de ferred until next January so that the people might become familiar with the plan Bargain Sale in Buggies and Surries We will sell Buggies and Surries at cost For 10 days beginniqg Satur day October 12 Call and look at our stock OHIO CO SUPPLY CO At the examining trial of Lon Jones who hails from the Waltons Creek neighborhood Monday Judge Taylor after hearing the evidence held him over to await the action of the grand jury and fixed his bond at 300 In default of which he was remanded to jail Jones was arrested last Thursday on a charge of shooting with in tent to kill He shot at Ed Johnson Mr Dan Altmlre who lives a low miles below town reports a rather unusual watermelon story Last spring he planted a few seed at the foot of Aywere re suit A few days ago ho discovered In atiole on top of the stack the fin est melon of all It weighed 36 pounds and measured 19 inches in length and 34 inches in circumference t Hon J Morgan Chinn Clerk of the Court of Appeals was billed to speak here last Monday in the Interest of theDemocratic State ticket It was announced that Mr Chinn had missed his train and there was no speaking There were fewer popl In town than on any first Monday in the historyof the place and Mr Chinn missed a frost as well as his train He would have had even 1 smaller crowd than the one which Mr Lafoon spoke to short time ago I i J w n Our tow ncman and own R E Lee Slmmerman Attorne for the Hart for3Madisonvllle Eastejw Railroad Co was last week granted a patent on a very Ingenious railroad spike used iii tho same manner as the ordinary spike for pulling down rail road tics but very different in coni struction Mr SinunurnianH device 114 a hollow pin Into which after it is driven into the wood another pin thejlnsldoe I wood and making it impossible for l certainIlyrailroad disasters It is a very valua i bio Invention and already Mr Simmer man has had several flattering offers from railroad constructors who have j been watching the progress of the patent i S I Miss Jones Well PleasEdiEditors Republican I wish through the columns of your paper td thank I tho subscribers of The Republican who helped me to win the trip to the James town Exposition which was highly appreciated and enjoyed by me 1 wish especially to thank tho good cl1l1IInIItlucUve SCln1crride down tho Potomac curd Chesapeake flay the Exposition Fortress Monroe our stop at Richmond I enjoyed it allsbut specially Washing ton anti Forress Monroe Truly ETHELYX JONES POWERS TRIAL SET FOR NOVEMBER fl Date Fixed After Conference Be tween Attorneys at Georgetown Georgetown Ky Oct SCaleb Pow fourthImurder of William Goebel on Novem ber 11- This decision was reached here be tween Special Judge J S Morris ap l pointed to try Caleb Powers Samuel M Wilson of Lexington and Judge J C Sims of Bowling Green members of Powers counsel Commonwealths andIPowers was present during argunierU in the case before Judge Morris in the Circuit Court room and took great interest in the proceedings The proceedings began this morning when a conference was held between time opposing counsel No agreement was reached and later another confer ence was held with the same result They then adjourned until 130 oclock when another conference was held Judge Morris served notice on the attorneys that a date must be sen attorneys that a date must be set by them during the afternoon or he woul fix one The attorneys speedily agreed Wedding Bells at Narrows Narrows Ky October 101r Sam Bennett and Miss Annie Dunn of Gray son county were marierd at Hartford Thursday of last week Rev A B Gardner officiating The newly wedded pair returned to the home of the groom hero where an elegant and j bountiful six oclock dinner was tastefully served to a few invited guests I among whom wits Included your correspondent Mr Bennett is one of I our most prominent and sucesful farm ers and Miss Dunn is a most excel I lent lady loved by everybody here where she had been at the had of the millinery department of F Renfrow Cos store for the past three dears Mr W V Renfrow and Miss Julia King of Dundee were marled at the Baptist church at Dundee Friday night I by Rv A B Gardner of Hartford Mr Kenfrow is a member of the firm of F Renfrew Co here and Miss j King is the daughter of S S King i and the sweetest of Dundees many pretty girls The young people have the best wishes of their large circle of friends A S of E Rallies Speakers will address the people of Ohio county in the interest of the American Society of Equity at the following times and places M F SharpHorse Branch Fri day night Oct 11 Narrows Saturday afternoon Oct 1- 2C1 BarnettBarnetts CreekSat urday Oct 12 2 p in J It Weller Magan Wednesday night Oct 9IAn allday meeting will bo held at Mt Hermon ThursdayOct 31 at which a number of prominent speakers will make addresses Something New Buttons made while you wait Cloth to match your goods Any Yslz- eBARNARD CO J il il FALL FANCIES0yr tiu The weather having asserted the fact that Fall is right now upon us our thoughts prompted by Jack Frost turn to heavier Underwear heavier Shoes and heavier Cloth ing and wearing apparel- of all kinds fFor anything in the 4 5 lines mentioned you can not do better than to come to us Our stock II is complete in these lines our prices are always cor rect and our merchandise mostIstockIvery reasonable in price Eor the Boys New line of Boys Clothing just received Visit us II and inspect this line No Better Clothing fur Boys Imade Nothing shoddy in this only good honest yocBoys r prIcesijlJllW Shirts and Collars + We are also opening a new lot or Cluett and Mon arch Shirts also a new Collar for this town and a r goodonethe CorlissCoon They sell at only two 8 for 25c but outwear others Mark them and see No Collar can be better made no matter what you 1 pay iFor Reliable Dry Goois Depend on e IBHARTFORD dKcol1 V SS 5 TELEPHONE EVILS CAN BE REMEDIED City Dads Have Authority to Reg ulate Charges and can Demand Standard of Service hojtetthat t It was a the people of Hartford and vicinity entertained that following the enormous increase agodbetter service would be provided In stead the service has grown steadily worse until now it is practically beyond endurance There is a remedy for this trouble The Court of Appeal of Kentucky held in the case of the tllOI13 1907 that the city council has au thority to regulate rates for telephone service Following the law laid down in this case the city council of Hartford should enact an ordinance regulating J charges and fix some standard for service To say that In keeping a tele phone box in your house which Is half I i tit time out of order and not fit fort use is the sort of telephone service that is contemplated is preposterous When instruments are worn out they sUPIJllledfor residence telephones where good service is maintained but where one jean scarcely hear between points Inj same town telephones are manageImentbeen diligent and at all times have given the people kind and courteous treatment and have used means at hand to give good telephone service comI neIcessallI tonIIf the people and the ciy dads will demand better things they will be fort coming NOCREEK October SThe friends of Mr Ira Moxley will be glad to learn that ho is very much improved It will be re membered that he was thrown from his horse some four weeks ago which came very near resulting in his death Messrs W F Stevens J W San derfur J P Foster and G W Dame attended the county union at Hartford last SaturdaiThere was a largo attendance at the lodge A Saturdaytii t t night Bro David Moreland of Han ford was with us and gave an address which was enjoyed by all tint heard him He told us some thhvr that we had never heard before COR cernlng the socalled Home Waro house Company One man was hap Ally converted and signed the pl 4rj to the Louisville Tobacco Warchocso Co and others were deeply conrltat ed Brother Moreland spoke as wa having authority and not after tine manner of the Scribes and Pharisees and the people seemed to be aston ished at his doctrine We met ngaSsi next Saturday night to transact some very important business We tipj Brother Jloreland or someone ofttes other speakers will be present earl give us another address Mr David Moreland acid Miss Ann 3 Moreland visited Mr and Mrs Itej Ward Sunday j Miss Violet Barnard and Miss Sftu llssa Foster visited Miss Mary DJLKO Sundayi G W Dame filled his first tifr pointment for this conference yeurxefc No Creek Sunday Several of out people are atUriw Ing time protracted meeting at Woo wards Valley They report a soA1 meeting 4 Farm For Salt A tract of land containing 200 Item Iiartfonlli= about 30 acres river bottom the remainder hill land about 25 acres tit timber 20 acres in meadow good twstory residence good barn and pleuir1 FarIHartford Ky In Loving Memory Of Thomas E Cox son of Mr Albert and Sallie A Cox who died Septem ber IS 1907 aged 25 years 3 mouth and 11 days Ho was mauled in Its tober1904 to Miss Iva Vanco now de ceased Weep not dear parontsbrotfc ers and sisters for Tom has a rest ing place in Heaven far better thzti here He was young gentle triM kind and affectionate Weep not dew friends for his forms lies silent In tlu grave by the sido ef his dear wife aaal little babe who preceded him to Heav en We would say to the bereJii tones not to mourn for him as isv ono who had no hope but look unto Him who doeth all things well ant ever be prepared to meot Tom iu ha Heavenly home lIe left quite a nun her of fiiuds and relatives to monna his departure Yet their loss is He gain A P Z- II r I I FACTS AND FANCIES ABOUT RATTLESNAKE Removals of Poison Fangs hoes Not Removes DangerI ReFrom I A common misconception which isi apt to lead to serious accidents writes Francis Metcalf In the Outing Maga zlne is the belief that a rattler Is I IIitremoval of its poisonous fangs These fangs two in number are situated 11whenbecome jaws compresses the poison glands and injects the venom through rain I ute openings in them In striking its prey for whatever charm the serpent may employ to get its victim i within its reach its relies upon the venom to give the coup degrace these j fangs may often be broken and na ot IIinweeks will develop and replace the I injured fang An acquaintance who returned from a hunting trip with twentyfive fullI grown rattlers In a box kept them in his office for two months confined behind a coarse meshed wire screen He handled them most carelessly as he had extracted the poison fnngse but when shown that each of them had developed a perfect pair of new ones there was a sudden rise in the local snake mortality One was pre served and sent to the Bronx Zoo where it shortly afterward gave birth to a large litter of young ones which could have easily crawled through theJ screen behind which the mother hadt been kept As each of them possessed the poison apparatus in full commis slon and was without the power to rat tie they would have been even more dangerous than adult snakes Professional snake handlers are of ten Ignorant of this power to quickly replace fangs possessed by rattlers and this ignorance led to a serious accident to one of them at Bostocks at Coney Island last year lie was badly bitten and narrowly escaped death his recovery being attributed to the generous amount of whisky which was Immediately administered to him which illustrates another mistaken idea It is a pity to shatter a pleas ant Illusion but alcohol except in than beneficial as an antidote to snake than beneficial as an antidote to snak bite poison As a matter of fact although the smmptoms of rattlesnake poisoning are more painful and alarming an adult rarely dies from the bite of the variety common in the North The diamond backs of the South attain a much larger size and consequently in ject more venom and their bite Isc proportionately more dangerous If you take DeWltte Kidney and Bladder Pills you will get prompt re lief from backache weak kidneys in flammation of the bladder and urin ary troubles A weeks treatment 25 cents Sold by all druggists In Ilf NOTICE Claude Maddox ct al for motion order graded common school district I It appearing that Claude Maddox and c twentythree other legal voters who I c are tax payers in the town of McIIen a town of the sixth classhava Junell19OiStatutes ordered and adjudged by the Court that the boundary of the proposed graded comon school district be as agreed on by the County Judge and potltiuoors as follows Beginning at W C Smlthsinclud ing him thence running East to Jno Ii Renders Including him thence to Mrs C M Hunters house including i it thence to Sam Maddoxs including him thence to Orville Phelps in i eluding him thence to the Hiram Maddox fannincludlng It thence west to Robert Simpsons including him thence to Dr Smiths including him thence to William Hamiltons prop erty Including it thence to Calvin Lo neys houseIiicludlng Itand thence to the beginning ft 1J Martin Sheriff of Ohio coun ty is directed to open a poll in said proposed graded common school dis trict to tho McHenry school house at the next regular State election to i bo held therein on Tuesday after the first Monday in November 1007 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal white voters in said proposed graded common school district upon the proposition whether or not an annual tax of fifty cents on each worth of property aneoaed In said 11101 posed grdaed common school district eI longiug to said white voters or corpora tier and a poll tax of 150 per capita on each male Inhabitant over twenty j proIposedfor the purpose of maintaining a graded common schoof in said graded l JJ common school district and for erect ing purchasing or repairing suitable buildings therefor It is further adjudged by the Court that tho proposed graded common school Is approved in writing on the petition by the majority of the trustees of common school district no 106 the only school district in the boundar included wholly or partly of said pro posed graded common school district and has been further approved in whit ling on said petition by the County of Schools that no point on the boundary of said proposed district Is more than two and onehalf miles fron site of this proposed graded com mon school house and that the site of said school house and location there for are set out with exactness in the petitionSheriff R B Martin is further dlI rected to publish this order in weekly newspaper published in the County for at least twenty days before the election and also to advertise the same by printed or written handbills posted at five conspicuous places In said proposed graded common school district for the same length of time and shall appoint a Judge and Clerk the said election who shall take and subscribe to an oath for the faithful performance of their duties and who shall propound to each voter the question are you for or against the Graded Common School Tax and tbeyI Clerk shall record his vote herein as voter may direct and they shall at the same time and place hold an at which a Board consisting electionI trustees shall be elected by qualified voters of said proposed graded common school district Acopy AttestW SLEY C 0 C C Persuant to the foregoing order anelI judgment I will cause to be opened a poll at the time and place and in tho manner and for the purposes therein directed- R B MARTIN S O C Oct 3 IDOiIThe Price of Health malariIousa I andjImparttem 25c Satisfaction guaranteed at all druggists m I a RARE SPECIMEN OF I PAPER MONEY There are Some Issues That Even The Experts Seldom Ever See It Is a curious fact that no one man out of ten can tell you the design on any one of the current United States bank notes said a collector if paper money Of course I dont refer to the notes of high denomination I mean everyday common bank notes of low denominations And I to not bar In this statement many em iloyea in banks They handle money In a mechanical way and Ill venture hat many of them would be stumped you were to ask them to give you detail description of a onedollar He would instantly recognize ItI when it came to hand but each man rusts more to a general impression of what constitute the outlines of a certain note than he realizes There was II i very clear illustration of the truth jf my statement the other day in In llana In the vaults of a bank at Roch istor Ind there had lain for a num jcr of years a package of fivedollar latlomtl bank notes just as it had ome from the Treasury Department i These bills all bore the name of the I bank and were of the first Issue of rational hank notes It will be re nembered that the Issue of 1SC5 showed a fine engraving of a historical c Imracter on tho reverse of each denomination tho fivedollar bills bear ng on the back a representation of the landing of Columbus on the obverse being an Englishman presenting m Indian maiden to three womenem Ieinatlc of Europe Asia and Africa A good many of these new bills were patch out and not long after tel grains letters and even personal call jegan to pour in to the bank warn- Ing tho officials to be on their guard that a most clever and absolutely indefcctable counterfeit of their notes was out and the only way the fact mad been discovered was owing to the difference between this and tho pres ent designs of national bank notes The incident went to show how little acquaintIeelone note that a duplicate with success It was the fresh flat national bank note of the series mentioned Time cashier of the bank however curious to see for himself whether jank employes really were suspicious the notes took a trip to Chicago 1and mode several attempts to pass the unfamiliar bills across the coun 1tels of some of the banks but without success tho notes being refused in ev try case 1 Tho same thing happened tho other rr art caused by Indigestion If you sat a little too much or It you are subject U attacks of Indigestion you have ne had shortness of breath rapid heart beats heartburn or palpitation of the heart Indigestion causes the stomach ta expandswelland puff up against the heart This and inter feres with its action and in the course M time the heart becomes dlse- assdKOdol For Dyspepsiadig- ests I what you eat takes the strain off of the heart and contributes nourishment thllbodyStomach mucous membranes lining the Stomach and Digestive I Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh- of the Stomach 1 Mist food would distress me by reliant I my heart palpitate and I would become very weak I Finally I got a bottle of Kodol and It rue me Immr I fliato relief After using a few takes I am cured I MRS LORINO NICHOLS Perm Van N Y I had stomach trouble and was in a bad state as I bad heart trouble with It I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about lour months and It cured ma- D KAUBUt Nevada a Digests What You Eat Billri lodlfMtlon mpared at uii Lsb stomach b Ich orasorlofEODWIte I10llr of raste 1I0Ch1ero USA SOLD BY ALL DRUG ISTS day in this city when sonic ore brought Into downtown bank a 100 note with a red back Now the bank employes knew of the old fractional currency notes such as the five ten twentyfive and fiftycent pieces paper but this bill of large denomination with the glaring red reverse puzzled themIYet it was a perfect good issue being a specimen of the first good certificates which made their appear ance some time in 1S65 or 1SGG The law authorizing their issue as a mat- tel of fact was passed on March 3 1SG3 at the same time the law was passed authorizing the fractional notes which appeared with red backs The red backed gold certificates were of th denominations of 20 100 500 1000 5000 and 10000had been used mostly for clearing house purposes and consequently seldom got into circula tion I lost no time in acquiring the bill and now regard it as one of the greatest rarities in my collection and do not believe it could be duplicated New York Sun OA TO21xA Beirut Always Bocgtil Signature dHcr I aJamestown TerCentennial Ex position NORFOLK VA APRIL 26 TO NO VEMBER 30 1907 Rates from Beaver Dam Ky SEASON EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30 Inclusive Final return limits Dec 15 1907 Rates for round trip GODAYS EXCURSION 3045I Dates of Sale April 19 to luslve Final return limits Sixty GO lays from date of sale not to exceed December 15 1907 Rates for round trip 2870 I 15DAYS EXCURSION RATES i Date of sale April 19 to November 30 inclusive Final return limits 15 das from date of sale not to exceed December 15 Rate for round trip 23GOI reIturnsale Rate for round trip 1624iJ E WILLIAMS Agent LAST CALL I For Tax in Ohio County unilcr1 will be compelledto collect all taxes so if you havent a tax receipt when i that time come you will have to pay 18 per cent penalty and clerk cost 170 extra So dont fail to pay your tax at once and save this extra cost RB MARTIN S 0 C CASTORIAFor The Kind You L Have Always Bought Boars tho- 6ignattuo i of C i SURE CURE For All Diseases of STOMACHLIVER MI Axle Grease HelpS the Wagon up toe Hill The load seems lighterWagon and team wear longer You make moro money and have more time to make money when wheels arc greased wi- thlica Axle Grease I TThe longest wearing and most satisfactory lubricant in the world I STANDARD OIL CO Irpr- taWhat Would You Do- If three good physicians should pronounce your case hopeless If they should decide that you could not live longer than six weeks And if you should get well after us ing only 1200 worth of Dr Miles Heart Cure and Nervine what would you advise a friend in like con dition to do 7 I have to thank you for savin m wifes life two years ago We had continued with the doctor until the third doctor like the two previous ones said that nothing could be dono for her that she had better be taken home from the hospital to quietly watt her time which would not be over 6 weeks at the most I brought her home and then I thought probably Dr Mlles Heart Cure and Nervlno might help her so I got a bottle of each and some Nerve and Liver Pills and commenced to give them to here soon seen nn improvement and encouraged by this we giving the medicine We gave her eleven bottles In nil of the medicine She takes It occasionally now If she feels the need I am In the ministry and kayo been tor 4 years REV P MILLIGAN Genda Springs Kans Dr Miles Heart Cure 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 ElkhartInd and TRADEMARKS promptly obtained In llcountrlt crno fee We obtain PATENTS THAT PAY adrcrUM them thoroughly at our xpciue and help you to racceo Send model photo or sketch for FREE report on patentability SO years practice SUR PASSING REFERENCES For free OuM Book on rrontable Patents write Io BO3BOS Seventh StreetWASHINGTON D C The Safets and Quick est Way to Transfer Money IS BY ION DISTANCE TELEPHONE Fur Rates Apply to Local Mgr Cumberland Tel X Tel Co lirOKPOIUTKD T D RENFROW DENTISTAH work in his line executed by the moat improved methods Crown and bridge work a specialty All work guaranteed Office up stairs next HartIford JAMES C BENNET 1 0 Iiox 125 llurttord Ky v LICENSED AUCTIONEER Will sell any and all kinds of property in Ohio county Terms reasonable Your patronage solicited jJqjlr Ejs 1IpsJLr C MIUllNTT UmmSuiTe BARMETI C SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW HERTFORD KY lriii practice their Profession Iti all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals Special at tendon given to all business entrusted to their care Collections and the Practice of Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office in Republican build lagw FRANK L FELIX Attorney atLaw HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Col lections a Specialty Office in the Her aid buildingr CHASM CROWE LAWYERSHARTFORD Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals Special at tention given to criminal practice and to collections Office In old Republican building on Center street JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collections making abstracts c also Notary Pub lic for Ohio county Office north side public squareR WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and F eralICourt Prosecutes claims for Etc Collections promptly attended to I Also Notary Public for Ohio county Office over Williams Drug Ston M L HKAVRIK BUNKST WOODWAIt HEAVRIN WOODWARD G oct eys at c t HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In- all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention gIv- en criminal practice and collections Of- fIce next door to Bank of Hartford YAN CY L MOSLEM I ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank W U QAKNI2S S A ANDEH8OI BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they have formed a partnership or the practice of Law In all courts State and Federal with offices south side of Main street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate will be I given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES S A ANDERSON GRADUATE NURSE MIS SUSIE MAY A graduate of Owensboro City Hos I pital has located in HARTFORDAnd will answer calls at all times Residence East Union street Home phone No 13- 7Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance ROUG RIVER- TELEPHONEi I COMPANY I INCORPORATED I The Rongh River Telephone Co Is Independent owned and operated atIj vice which is being constantly ex tended are as follqws for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 cts 30 miles 15 cts 45 miles 20 cts Rc JW OBANNON mgr i Hartford Ky LECTRICITTERSQuick Relief and Care forBeadTh beat tonic Curative ache Backache plzzlnesa Medicine for those dlea Indigestion Malaria etc easel 50c Guaranteed C t 4 1 iv y1 j Mtlfti DfJrCW31T 4e Corts ty Circuit CourtT F Blrkhead Judge Ben D Ringo Attorney Oscar Mldklff Jailer Ed Q Barrass Clerk Frank L Felix Master CommissloncrjT L M6so ley Trustee Jury Fund IJ4 B Martin Sheriff Hartford DeputiesS A Bratcher L P Crowder Ashley J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday in March and nd continues three weeks nndthlrdfMondny in May and November two weeks County CourtW B Taylor Judge W S Tinsley Clerk E M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court C09CJI first Monday In each moritli Quarterly Court Begin on the IlrdJuly and Oc toberr St Court of claimsConvenes first Mon day in January Tuesday after second Monday in October M Other Officers N Moxley SUtVyorI Shrove S W Leach A RoyJames WeeseSchool Superintend ont Jerome Alien CorhJingo jJUSTICESJ H at June 23 W P Miller Horse BrohchMarch 28 Juno 25 September 23 December 28 W S Lean DundeoxMarch 27 June 26 September 26 December 27 W R Edge Fordsville March 2SJuno 2 September 27 December 28 B S Chamberlain BedaMarch 29 June 25 September 28 December 29 Herbert Render Ccntertown March 30 June 29 September 29 December 80- oohn H Miles March 31 Juno 30 September 30 December 3li HARTFORD POLICE COURT- R R Wedding Judge X S GtennCHy Attorney Seth MoseleyMarshal Court convenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church South Services third Sunday in each month at 11 a mand 7 p m2nd Sunday at 7 p m4th Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev J A Lewis Pastor assisted by RevJ Frank BakerBaptist Church Services held Saturday night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Rev A B Gardner Pastor Sunday JIC P ChurchServices first each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Roy Bozarth Pastor Christian ChurchServices every first Sunday at 11 0 m and 7 p m Rev W B Wright Pastor School Trustees Hartford C M Crowe J S Glenn W S TlnsleyC M Barnett Dr E B Pendleton City CouncllJ H Williams Mayor C M CroweGlerk C M BarnettTreas urer R E E Slmmerman Dr Pendleton A D Wlte Wm Fair WmyI i Bean Dr J W Taylor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 675 F A Ma sons meets first Monday night in each month C M Crowe W M Marvin Bean Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 meets every third Saturday night In each month W N Stevens High Priest French VIck ers Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knlghti of Pythias meets every Tuesday night R D Walker C C R C Porter K ot R and S Hartford Tent No 99 K O T M meets every Thursday night J C Her Commander D E Thomas Rec ord Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and third Friday afternoon of each month Mrs 2 Wayne Griffin Lady Commander Miss Sue Yeiser Lady Record Keeper Preston Morton Post No4 G A n holds regular meetings Saturday bfe the first Sunday in each month F r Porter Commander R A Andernr Ohio Tribe No 1S3 Imp Order Red Men meets second and fourth Wednesday nights In each month Seth Mose ley Sachem J Ney Foster Chief of RecordsWoodmen of the World meets first and third Wednesday nights In each month R L Tweddell Counsel Commander Dr E B Pendleton Camp Clerk 1 1REMEDY FOR ALL FORMSO- FRHEUMATISM Lumbmpo Solatia Nfurmlglm mailKlaffGIVES QUICK RELIEF Intantresults are being effected by taking It In removingfrom DRSDaLANDOf Brewton Ga write t FwltbLumbKo couldrattierbetfoundnothingfor rhoumUlm and kindred dlMaiea t DReLGATESDa- DcockMlnD writesA UU1 igl rl here hadinch a weak back cauMd testyTpemolmentt6ey1put tadJbouseUFREE r If yoU are suffering with Rheumatism KidneyTroubleus for a trial bottle of 5DROPS- PURELYIIVEGETABLE A amand ft Large RIae Fettle nnops Doses PrulotaawAN Y 43 2T4 Lake Street Cklcag i t J e p 1 iines Bros Beaver Dam c Shoes Shoes Our choice lines of Fall and Winter Footwear are now ready We invite an inspection of the seasons newest and best of SHOES for MENJ WOMEN and CHILDREN Come to see what we are showing in Footwear for Fall and Winter Buy at your convenience It will afford us great pleasure to have an opportunity of showing you the many new styles In the Celebrated KING QUALITY SHOES for MEN and the famous QUEEN QUALITY SHOES for WOMEN we can shoe the whole family with comfort style and economy Skirts and Waists The increasing demand for readytowear Skirts and Waists caused us to make a much greater effort than ever before Our collection is much greater and the very best things to be found in the market are represented in our stock New Skirts- At 2 3 H 5 6 750 8 and 10 All the fullgoredand plaited styles in Voiles Chiffons and Panamas in black and all colors Aluo quite a variety of stripes checks and mixtures Dainty Silk and Net Waists- At 350 4 5 and 6 in black white and ecru Quite a nice variety of white and black Waists in Dimities and Madras handsomely embroidered at each 1 125 150 up to 350 We esteem it quite a privilege to again advise you that our entire purchases for the Fall season are open seeingthetucky We believe firmly that if you will carefully look through our different departments and consider the merits of the goods we offer consider our price and system of doing business you are sure to be interested in us and tradeGive We would not have you buy an bedispleasedDEESS GOODSWeve picked the cream from the best stocks in the country of Woolen Dress Fabrics Our showings deserve your kindconsideration See the beautiful plaids in Broadcloths Mohairs and Suitings at per yard25c 35c 50c 75c 1 and 150 All the leading shades in solid color Panamas Poplins Serges Hen riettas and Broadcloths at per yard 50c 75c 1 125 150 and 17- 5SEEOur Silk Sateen and Heatherbloom Petticoats at each 50c 75c 1 125 150 2 up to 750 XiNTSFIE3CT s NightGownsI CLOTsrNGT- he Suit styles this season have reached state of perfection Allextreme and loud effects have been avoided The fabrics and the cut of the garments are REFINED CONSERVATIVE ARTISTIC The coat is slightly form fitting and of medium length with and without center vents The collars and lapels are of moderate width and length The trousers are cut of moderate width and of a very graceful form There never was a season when the styles were handsomer or more satisfactory Suits 7 10 12 15 up to 25 We will be pleased to put our time against yours and show you what the new season has brought forth In Hart Schasner Marx celebrated Suits and Over coats also Barnes Specials in Suits and Overcoats we fear neither scrutiny nor comparison MOTHERS bring your boys and children We are abundantly fixed for them also CLOAKS CLOAKS Such an array of Ladies Misses and Childrens Wraps and Furs has never been shown here and you know that for years we have been the recognized leaders in this line Every former effort has been outstripped and every gar ment is the very topnotchof fashion All the solid colors are in stockas well as quite a variety of beautiful plaids at a wide range of prices Ladies wraps priced all the way from 3 to 20 Misses garments from 2 to 10 ChildiwVl to 5 Furs at 75c to 10 Muffs 35 10 Childrens Collar and Muff sets 1 to 250 a MEN EI HATS A T J rr GrGr RYI We have been distributors for years of the famous Liberty brand of Hats we have tested and tried them in every conceivable way and in no instance have they been found wanting We positively guarantee every Hat we sell of this brand to give perfect sat isfaction or another Hat in its place All the new tancolored Telescopes with or without fancy bands are to be found here We f ave all the newest of the seasons extreme styles and all the staple shades as well priced at each 2 to 3 Our Mens Neckwear Suspenders Handkerchiefs and Shirts are now ready for your inspection We sell the famous FergusonMcKinney make of 50- c60c1t and 15Q Shirts We can ft a man put all over In the very latest stYleat a very reasonable price swf fr M Ws y AM Y Jt 1- r c r J i t- l1 I t rrr ImfERIUS JEAN lgVES ENTUCIY b7ae Against Her Bismi I ad by Judge Owen 3Kt3e8to Reveal Reason tor H er jfifefltieriii Over The Country RAn ltnller the mysterious WOIl1 aKiwho was arrested at Whitesvi SFsEctuv on a vagabond charge andI jpheediln jail here was released tenlajv morning by County Judge i hcra Thoro was no evidence tl- idbfttwoa guilty of any offense Res SflmtK of tho easiern portion of the watyv say that she was alwa s Wiitt disposed during tho three 01 i jtScTx months she was In that section and thnt she never molested the pro lrtrr of any one Tiro woman appears to be all1ply wn iM with money having several TKIfcr in hor possession Immediate sOisc being released she prepared tte leave Kentucky and did cross the 3rar into Indiana taking her poi aasl five dogs with her She feels flea she has been grossly mistreat fe i Kentucky As she was prepnrii to leave a collecton was talfn till Sea t to purpose of buying a new UfeftSe for her pony and one that Is- nswp having been cut or broken af Xtensuo wan arrested 15ie myistF ious woman r fiiEos to aiv htr real name She says that sAo was reared in Texas and hils icjjnfi practically all her life ou- klntshaviug beets raised on a catI CSa ranch Sue snys that one of her i rrux us for traveling about Uw wintry on horseback is to enjoy ti- twry and Set the benefits of JUl w it door life but she admits Umt tre IB itnoiher and more potont rvasn which she wittnot lHenlI5hi han been In Kentucky for two 3Tttnx pjiBt She came into the State iteusi tho South and spent some time Salhe niiifcnborhood of Cumberiai ffW Latir she spent some mouths i tho vicinity of Maysville wliei ehCv crosed te river into Ohio then racrnused into K nuuky and car ttfthA welM dn portion of the Stat SBo says that she expects to your o3 rtly to h4ti home in Texas whei if91 fatuer is living Owensboro Mes- ssantpr This is toe some mysterious woman fsn win in this county near Narrow tfto weeks ago the particulars of iMeh was given in three columns ftt MIfLu aEAYcit DAM October lORp A II Gardner fllr ii Jtis rcgular apointmeut here Suucla sotiriug und nigh ttix Matt Kardwlck who has beet sitting friend and relatives in itus srivtne nMtioed to Iur huge Fri fsgt Mr S K Van 7 eier la on tie Ick Jbt this week yaw Mitri Au tai wteru liitta few bi bet girl friends Friday night 1- 11Iacr Of Alis8 Crimta Sir Joe Swatt It ou the sick Us stilt wNk Lir 0 V 1ky of Mellcary spaa aatfaj In town Sir K V Williams was In Loul otic hurt wtt k on bUHineuIttc1 P Uavaunl of LwtBvUlewa 1 tuwu 8umdi y- ttrruud iv C P Aiwtin Mr aa- dien G Tiwkell left Monday foi I aiomimded trip 10 Niagara Fill Nev JStefc Jaimt tvu and other lhu8ItI MftMorton Wtllinmt wont to Lwtto iiQp last W duesdny murnias Pri i ft i ilr and Mo George W Bruntw II e tI Mass Ada inrk of Williams Mlntt- ppnt B Suday in town Mist Iaub1 Uoan owell sholo who iu horn vb iijf here returned tc iorhum Monday Mr OUn h nut of near uivn has jotdJUs farts to Mr Jon Ford Notice There will bo a call meeting of the Industrial coojierativo Association at Je hiiiry school house Saturday Oct 3X 1107 at 1 p m for the purpose dt electing receiving the money subI ucrlbde to wild Association and con tfJdecing other business pertaining to the best interest of the Association liven nuder my hand this Oct Q 307 CHAS W MILLIKINSec eo PALO Oct SMir and Mrs Arvllle Coy mind son Minster Herman spent Sun dug with Mrs Coys parents Mr and Mrs Ehira Powers of Sunnydale Little Lillian Hines who has been ack M long has improved Mr Charles Colburn and family of Sunnydalo have moved in this neighborhood We are glad to have them with us again Mrs Nannie Hines and Miss Nora Twcddell went to SunnydalQ shopping iSaturday afternoon Clarence the only and Infant sot of Mr and Mrs Lou Lewis died Sun d4x morning at eleven oclock af tcr n two weeks illness at the home lW1h il2Dill LlC 1 cll i j = Ij aLNl34 t cholera iufantum The sorrowing patents have the sympathy of many friends and relatives His remains we laid to rest la the new Liberty graveyard and Mrs John Sharp and soh IMI Tichenor of Pleasant Ridge Mrs Sharpe mother Friday Saturday and Sunday yrs Jessie Maden and Mrs Tomml Flonir wore tho guests of Mrs Inn Durbin Sunday Mr Lon Brown and family of Re sine are visiting Mrs Anna MatlenI his week Sirs Suda Taylor is visiting her sister Mrs Joe Maden this week Little Ethel Hines spent MondaY wih her grandparents Mr and Mrs 117 N Coy t Mrs Eliza Hunger dined with Mn Joft Maden Sunday Mr Arthur Coy and Estil Burden were the guests of Misses Julia and Lizzie Hines of Beaver Dam Saturday and Sunday- Mesdanes Katie and Nannie Feem sll r went to Dundee shopping Titos daySeveral attended the ice cream sup PIT at Mr W N Coys Wednesdnj YlIlng ir FOR THE BUSY READER The Septemberstatement of the London Board of Trade shows increase lit of 1407000 in imports and 23lfGOOl in export IFour workmen were killed and I It twenty fatally injured by the upset ing a metal pot III a cupola of theu Standard Steel Car Company at Hut ler PaIIt Rural letter carriers from all parts lof the country are assembled In At i lanta for the three days session of the annual convention of the National Association of Rural Free Delivery ClullulHII The Atchison Topeka and Santa Ko Railroad Company has announced tn Increase in the wages of all tele i graph operators on the system Tho nicwue went into effect October 1 anti come as a surprise to the 5 menI The armored cruisers Charleston and St Louis the former the flagship of Admiral Swinburne with the torpedo boat destroyers Perry and PII jl sailed from San Francisco for Magdalena tiny SUNNYDAL- E0t j toMlss Irene Whiltinghlll situ ts touching school at this place islttcl her parents Mr and Mrs taro Whluinshill front Friday until unduy Mrs A H Rufrow and sons visited iY RulroH UHf 111 at Tousy iUsdaj and Wednesday re Florvuco Willis and two sonsp r liaughn and three sons nit LaGrande and tars Iii King X11 of Palo risked Mrs Sidney DolI hfn of tills nlace TUoiduytaaa t r Oil Colburn of Palo v1911a toc1 his grandparents Mr and Mrs A J J HUIS neir lItH v Tuesday night IMr A1 Hines has sold his farm on the Hartford and Dundee road to r Tico liukur of Sulphur Springs I I HERBERT Oct iRev H T Hrnner filled hll regular appointment here Saturday nnd Sunday- Mi II Hud Stewart of Henderson is visiting friends here Ie Miss Hazel Hunt and llalgarutI IfloMant Rldgo visited Miss ibo hrunbora Saturday night and Sunday Mr H nvy I limes of HarMlnburg r f wlh old neighbors in this corn unity Ir Mr Villln wife and son Lyonia sited iho family of Mr E W Lyons undny Mil8 Manie Witt of Ludlow nmlI Irs Dia Cooper of Owensboro are guests of relatives hero IIthe Jim Ford and Dr B W Ford 101 Hartford visited their uncle Mr rm Ford Wednesday night IItoIIIrshitesville Mr and Mrs Frank Brook of Owensboro dined at R M Millers last Wednesday Mrs Tommie Bell and daughter of iweusboro visited Mrs Jim Ford and Irs Jas Chambers last week Mr and Mrs Austen Crow of Aetna ille dined at Robert Millers Sunday j The farmers are through housing tobacco Mr Allen Neal Whltesvllle was this place Sunday afternoon Miss Baxter Miller has ome from Phllpot Mr Eraos Crow has a very sick child Public Sale Public Sale Having sold tlfarm I will scllati- bllc auction my farming uten Hils consisting of plows harness wag fn buggy etc Saturday October 26 at 10 a m at my home 21fs miles cast of Hartford TERMS5 and under cash Over 5 six months time with good se urLtL Ali U PWLLlf1it U IJ eI t VoO WHOSE WHISKYi WAS USEDI Inan Attempt to Debauch thej Voters of Hickman County- 4n the State Primary I Clinton Gazette a Demo cratic Paper Tells Who Did Not Furnish It I The temperance man who knows 01 auld easily know that whisky Is freely used to influence men to voteII should to be altogether consistent make some effort to find out vhether I his candidate is directly or Indirectly furnishing that whisky If the men who aro leading the fight for acertaln state candidate are using whisky o sorrupt or Influence voters It is fair to presume that their candidate understands the methods his friends have adopted If he falls to repudiate such methods he becomes responsible forI them The whisky that Is being so freely handed out In Clinton county I this time and which has been so plentful for months past is not being furnished by Gen Hays nor Senator I McCreary nor by any of their friends is very generally known who is the whlskyand In whose inter est it is being used It is used in defiance of law and good morals and I is expected to win votes for sonic body not Hays or McCreary Can jlncero temperance men afford to consort and vote with that class of voters and vote getters Is the candidate supported by such a class Of men wor thy of a good mans vote If you are I n earnest my Christian friend look about you and sop what kind of comI any you are inClinton Gazette KENTUCKY WORSTGOVERNED V STATE- n i the Union Says Editor Henry Wat terson In its issue of July 2G the CourIer lournal the leading Democratic paper n Kentucky published the followlnI ditorial A Floyd Byrds reply to SpecialI Jude W H Moody published in yes crdays CourierJournal is a telling xpoRitlon of the last chapter In a mg and successful conspiracy ofas rosins and politlclnns to whip Justice alm and temperate In tone careful borough and crushing in facts Mr Jyrds explanation of the reasons that i orced tho attorneys for tho prosecu Ion of James Hargls to retire fromI he case at Sandy Hook is a concln nlldto one who may bo Ignorant f tho history of this conspiracy trailing disclosure It illuminates Judge Moody In tony the least an unenviable attitude I However honorable may have been I ifs motives however desiroushe may have been to do his duty as an up ight judge his course In this case eaves him a record which he will never be able to Justify to a fair niind d public though he spend tho rest his days In the attempt He tray all that his friends claim that he but if that is true he is so unfortu+ late as to have been confronted with 1 duty In the performance of which 10 one could have more completely flayed Into the hands of the gang at the head of which Is man whose to t- tho boast is that he does as he damn leases with the law and who with action of Judge Moody In rellcv Ithe him of this last of murder charges him has made good thati oast I So closes this blackest story of lentucky assassination and politics I t is a chapter of murder after murder 111 pointing to one source of Insplra ton of the machinery of the law con Istently directed to the end of shield ig those Indicated by the evidence 9S tho source of that inspiration ter omitting with their discharge andthe mprlsonment a o I lumblo hired toolsIMr Byrds hapter of shows that chapter to bo shows it no I sore miserable than many another hapter that preceded it notably that which immediately preceded It In 11which Carnes played his part so faith and so notoriously on which by l1nII rom first to last during the progress of this story every page of it has cpnflrmed the fact that when Jim I largls Judge Hargls that he was ought to create In certain quarters the impression that ho exercised pocial influence among tho high offl ills whose duty It Is to punish in tetd of Iprotect breakers of the law be knew what he was talking about It Is all a wretched and astounding tory But it II not the only story tat today advertises the shameof- WTUOKY AS THB WORST tiby NiX iTATB IN Tilt UNION t HAQER AND UNION LABOR The Eight Hour Printer of LoulI rlllo Aces a few solid shot at S w Hagor the Democratic candidate for governor Samuel W Hager Democratic cat ildate for governor opened his cam palgn at Lexington delivering hIs speech printed by the Globe of this Itylit will doubtless bo circulate aver state OfAcoureo it will not lave the union label As auditor S W Hager voted to sward the state printing to the non anion Globe company why shouldn lie have the nonunion Globe compan Jo his printing in his campaign for governor Samuel W Hager candidate for governor Is state auditor and mem bor of the state printing commission which has persistently ignored all pro tests and pleadings of the union print jrs and given the state printing to aonunlon shops obtained the aid of trade unionists to pass a bill providing for a superintendent of state printing in promise to elect a union printer to that position and violated the prow se by electing a nonunion ruralls instead of a competent man a list of whom were furnished oh request by the Typographical Union and then again give the state printing to a non anion shop This Is the same Hager who of course expects trade union- Ists to vote for him for governor Politics aside we cannot conceive of any excuse a trade unionist can Ive for voting for Samuel W Hager for governor or any other office- S W Hager candidate for governor straddled the labor question at Lex- Ington On his record and reading n rat lirinted speech what better than astraddle could be expected 1 CaSXOftIABeare thetheKind You Hate Always Bought oJII1BERT HARGIS ANDi BILL RRiTPON GO FREE Cases Charging Complicity Jn the Murder of Dr 8 D Cox Dfcmissed Lexington Ky Oct IThl case igulnst Elbert Hargis and Bill Brlr ton charged with comjllcly in tin nurder of Dr B D Cox were dismissed this morning on motion of Commonwealths Attorney Join Waugh tad a slmn action will probably be taken after Inc noun adjourn nentln the case against John Abnor 011 the samo charge Attorney Jolt Waugh filed a writ te11 slatrmont in which he said that It is impossible to make out a case gainst nlthor poreon without UK irosencc of br C E Baker of Norli DIIIoI1 At the lust orm of court a IIIOC08SI ms tahfii for tutu and of two other inrsldent witnesses John Smith and loFe Faltner The latter two were resent tridny After reading Ills tRt ment this prosecutor inovcd tt ismlsB tine case ngtiiW Hargis and trlitau nod the motion tins sustain ed by the court ln L ving Remembrance Of fide Eunice Alberta Drake who epurted tins life Sepicmbr IGih nt 1110 homo of her unch J C Drake rho words Lithe Alberta is dead flat a gloom over the entire communi t y Wo could hardly realize that she Is gone Only the morning before her death sho arose seemingly as wells ever singing and laughing as usual Ah How little did we think the next time sho sangshe would be singing with the angels To the dear mi cle and aunt who had charge of her re would say weep not for our little darling is safe in the arms of Jesus fiere there is no more sickness pain or death Her mission on earth is donC She has gone to her reward Wo feel that our lives have been righter and our faith hits grown banger by having had our dear little Iberia with us She was so loving lieerful generous and good If we 1wl11 only live faithful we will meet er again Let us submit to Gods w1l1 He knoweth best MRS H Notice- I will qn Saturday October 19 MOT residence two and onehalf east of Hartford on the Hart 1innes and Morgantown road offer the lowing property for sale to the highest bidder Several horses one- lot of sheep tenor twelve hogs one binder mowing machine and hay rake wheat drill plows harrows cultiva t ir gearing one buggy and harness two horse wagonxrfnd all my household and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale 12t2 F M PORTER SMALLHOUS Oct SMrs S J Hawkins Hartford was the guest of her sister Mrs Zack Bled last week We are glad to learn that Miss Katie Hawkins of Hartford who has been quite sick Is able to teach again She Is teaching in the district near her- ejllrs L P Wood and daughters of were the guests of Mrs Mag Sunday lUll Wood was Uio guest of oj j i 1 j f 1JI Ii i j i j jt olt yILIwupI B33STvG 131 Mi Jeweler J to 49 repair work or svll you as chItlr u s the tIJiiptet j 4 anvthingin ny line I uin longtr cMnnet d ba = with the 5o u 110t Store Imvinji su1Ilily ilttur3t tl est G E Biiruknr sihd sdl y time bI the Jeweler busings AH work guaranteed i tS it v r11 II lIaJIIII J1iuuuuuuu We are the largest 4 makers of Mdin tne IBz I world years of I P jpfirstclass Nbacks01 IJj Ir If the upper of a 5Korroet Shape Shoe breaks through before the sole Is worn through we will replace with a now pair of fii1shoe PACKARD L ncto BROCKTON I FAIR c9ll t YJand by FJ generally L iJ j II rJ FJ t her uncle Robert Hunter and family Saturday night Mrs Robert Hunt or and daughter lass Ethel went to Rockport Satur day Mr Alva Cellotray wlfo and daughter Miss Maud went to B da Friday anti returned Sunday lilry R H Evorley CoruIvohfiK sold his farm near hero to Mr Sam Morton Mr John Barnard lens bought a house and lot at Dam and will move his family soon la go Ing to seed his two boys to school there Mrs San Everly of this place IsI visitingji Evniiiville Harry Evrrly anti family aro think ing of moving to Drakosboro soon Wo had u neat rain this morning which wll bM a great help to the wheat sown Miss Oma Mad ox was the guest ofI her sister Mrs J C Hill Saturday night antI SundniA protracted meeting is in progress at Smallhous BnpUst church conduc ed by Rev Shulz and Law1encI Republican Speekeng Dates AUGUSTUS E WILLSON The Republican nominee for Gover nor will speak at the tines and places at 1 oclock p m except when otherwise notedIMorganfleld Hopklnsvllle Oct 12 Scottsvillo Oct 14 Bowling Green Oct 15 Franklin Oct 16 w- EHzabethtown Oct 17 Hartford Oct IS Leitchfield 19 jShepherdsvllle Oct 21 Newcastle Oct 22iWalton Oct 23 Wllllamstown Oct 24 Cynthlana Oct 25 Bedford Oct 28 Carrollton Oct 29 Zovlngton Oct 30 night Augusta Oct 31 Nlcholasvllle Nov 1 Louisville Nov 2 nlgth DR BENJAMIN L BRUNER The Republican nominee for Secre retay of State will speak at the follow PImIJAMESThe Republican nominee for Attor ney General will peak following times and places at i oclock p ne xcept when otberwsenoted I aVnceburg October 11 Maysville October 12 Ashland October iz night RBliACK London October 14 I McKee 1EMt Steeling October 12 Owlngsvple Octiober 14 OII1ORIrst6etheKhd Yon Htra Ahra leitllI wjaatue 0i e v Ia 1 HEl1t ri J Is still at t Iii Rtnna and hfJlti totitliyfjf wulv do Ill kinds of t ou to will devnu 11 to 500 Fifty Denver He following Oct W r u 01rpATat YOUR SURPRISE WILL BE GREAT WHEN YOU SEE WHAT BAIt GAINS WE WILL GIVE YOU IN A- TaiIorMade Suit or Overcoat We guarantee to fit yfm perfectly jiwranlep wo kmanship and to make jarmojits in the latest syks that the fashion has deemed iTACKILfcSee our samplois Eight Hundred on display We make window shades to fit any size window mid ha1ig them free of my cxra cos so us for esiimaies 69FP1NTflflUMP t r That ill health u winattual thatp- ainisabnormal that for every disease there is a cause end foe- every cause there is a cure JIdisease miKFor the depteuing nerve racking ten denies of this weather we recommend 1 Celery utd Iron Tonic lothrfie irr need oran atotative and epP tltisetnerve food and will send aD Cryyouras thoroughlyLarge 75 cent James H Williams Te rx SIll k 4- r ill I rr H r c + 1r y4e J