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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o7 4YII r i i 1 I I qj L Live f ttzrtferiUqnbllcanII 4 Fine Job Work u DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OP OHIO COUNTYsSubscription 1 per Year VOL XX r r HKTFOKD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY QCTOBER 18 1907 No IS 4HR REPRESENT TOBACCO TRUST Filed one Suit Against Rail road Cohfears Ago kk v 7AH Say That Demo crat Candidatts Ride on Pas 1 ses While Willsoii Pays Fare A few days ago J Morgan Chinn Clerk of the Court of Appeals was the 0chief speaker at a Democratic rally out In Bailey Mills precinct where t it will be remembered P Pear R 4 Road B Oak and 101 other prominent citizens of lilts inanimacy voted for Beckham and the entire Democrat ticket in 1903 particulars of which ap peared in these columns some weeks ago In the course of his speech 5Ir Chinn made the sensational state ment that the Hon Augustus E Will son Republican candidate for Gov ernor is the attorney for the American Tobacco Company Whereupon in his next utterance A 0 S tiiey a windjammer who is kept busy ox k plaining his previous speech and of whom all western Kentucky people have heard with how much credit wee will not say reiterated and enlarged on the Chinn statement Mr Willson replies to these and other charges of Stanley in his speech at Bowling Green Tuesday In the following plain matter of tact mannerrMr Chlun he said went to r Baley Mills precinct to tell tho voters that he Mr Willson was tho attorney for the tobacco trust Why did Mr Chinn go there he asked I will tell you why He went there because Mr Ash Mr FenceMr Pine Mr Moxnixous and the other I voters there couldnt come to him They were busy in the field and the woods s Congressman Stanley too ho said had made the discovery that he was the attorney for the American Toteacco Company Ina small case which re cently had been decided in the Court of Appeals Ho then explained his connection with the case He said that a car load of tobacco the prop erty of the company was destroyed by fire on the tracks of a railroad JLouisville in 1904 and the compa ny brought suit for the tobacco Chats H Gibson who was the legal representative of the American Tobacco Co was formerly attorney for the railroad company Mr Willson said 0and in this case preferred to repre sent his old client It was then that Mr Willson was asked to represent the plaintiff just as any other lawyer is employed to represent any company t orpersonThe he said involved but a small amount and was decided in favor of the tobacco company f Mr Stanley has said that my re marks about him at Hopkiusville werp JInstigated by the tobacco trust That It was simply an outburst of righteous indignation at the man ner in which he cpupled my name with a colored woman in ono of his I t t speeches when he said that if I was Governor I might be seen dun tiding a twostep in tho executive man R I W lion with a colored woman a climax toa longwinded talk about negro domination by which he sought to appeal to race prejudice Continuing Mr Willson said 4111 Chinn evidently went to the woods to practice because he had read how Demosthenes of Athens did the same and because the trees A Apple B Beech P Plum Mr Oak A Ash S Sickamoro and S Sedar who helped to perform the BeckhamHager Co political machine on account of their deeprooted prejudices could not leave Baileys Mill to listen to him any where else t j Like Demosthenes Mr Chinn car rled a pebble in his mouth and that 1 pebble was the fact that as CJerk of tho Court of Appeals ho had noticed that I was the attorney for the Amer ican Tobacco Company in a case In that court involving a little over 1000 This statement differs seriously I from most of the things that the ring speakersare sayIng about me and J gttornoyiis whether thatfact is against my do ing my duty as Governor of Kentucky uIf the case was an important case i or tf the getting pay for my work as a lawyer were likely to makomo avor J any private or corporate interests thenOyu4 r t- F Y yr my being the lawyer in it is material If not Mr China and Congressman Stanley in jumping at t8o eagerly show that they are hard up for something to say 4FhstWtts it an unjust case or a case against the public interest of the people of Kentucky x I sued the railroad and Emmltt Field Circuit Judge decided that he claim was just and ordered the jury to find a verdict for tho plaintiff f and they did The railroad appealed to the Court of Appeals nntIthe Court of Appeals of Kentucky decided that it was a just claim and affirmed the judgment Mr Chinn tho Clerk of the Court of Appeals does not claim that it was not a just claim but if he did tho de cision of the court settles tho matter even for the courts clerk Therefore It is settled that it is a just claim and even Clerk Chinn and Congressman Stanley must agree that it does not show a lawyer to be In competent or unjust tox recover a just claim in the courts against anybody nut suppose the courts had decid ed that It was not valid when I thought it Wits lees any man who glories In our law that protects tho just rights of all and requires duo process of law believe that the pople wish all lawyers to be cowards and and boycott every party sued in court and deprive any party of a fair trial in any caso or any court It is the gloryof tho bar that It will refuse no man a fair trialfor the rich or poor strong or weakwhltc or black popular or unpopular they do their duty regardless of fear or favorDoes Chinn or Stanley or any man In all Kentucky believe that my employment by the tobacco company Inn little casewould have a particle of influence on me as Governor against the right of the people of Kentucky Stanleys argument implies that he thinks it would with him but that is Stonieya matter not mineif he gives this Indication that he would not be fit for Governor because he was of such caliber that he could not take a just case for a trust without being biased by a little tee or any fee against tho whole people of Kentucky But even Stanley is not as small as that but ho is worse than small for he makes an argument to the feel Ing of voters against the trust when Stanley knows that the argument Is false and mean and I leave him in his own wallow That he had in no way committed or obligated himself to any corporation railroad or anything else in ad vance of electionMr Willson made plain He said that he had in no way mortgaged tho rights of the people On tho contrary ho charged tho can didates of the State ring with travel- Ing over the Stato on railroad pass es He said that his charge was based on information glveji him by tho conductors on every road on which he had traveled since the opening of his campaign III am the peoples candidate he declared and I pay my faro and ask favors of no on- eMITCHELL OPERATED ON FOR APPENDICITIS Patient Is Resting Easy Though His Condition Is Still Serious Lasalle Ill Oct 14John Mitchell president of the United Mine Workers of America was operated on this morn- Ing for appendicitis He was under th influence of a anaesthetic for thirty five minutes The operation appears to bo successful The patient rallied after the removal of tltewerniitorm appendix and tonight in resting easy although his condition is still serious Physicians say recovery will be slightly delayed on account of the poor condition of the system Mitchell jtn derwqnt hernia operations six months ago and ho never fully recovered from the effect A conference was held with Vice President Lewis and Secretary Wilson on Sunday to arrange for the work of tho union during the operation and tho succeeding illness Mitchells posslUld successor was not mentioned at the session so far as known to the public Rev Hocker is Improved Louisville October StRev J D Hocker of Owens oro formerly can didate fqr Lieutenant Governor on the Prohibition ticket who had lIeen at Beechhurst sanitarium here is so much improved that ho will be able rto go home this week i tlr r w I SHOULD ORliANIZE FOR BETTER PRICE Says Willson to a Big Crowd of Tobacco Raisers Every time Hager Tries to Come Back He Lays Him Low Hopklnsville Ky Oct 12 Moving to intense enthusiasm 2500 Konluck lans qf Christian county whose zeal for the welfare of their State has obliterated all party lines and differences Augustus E Willson tlio Peoples Candidate for Governor gave a splendid exposition of American prin ciple and policy at this place to dayIn time heart of the Kentucky dark tobacco district where the depreda tions of night riders have caused the test of tho State to stand ltgha lat such flagrant lawlessness thy Re publican leader made one of the most Inspiring nnd soulstirring appeals for the square deal as exemplified by President Roosevelt and for love be tween neighbor and neighbor that Ken lucky has ever heard Taking a stand for the enforcement of laws and order and the recognition of individual rights the firmness of whlh could not be questioned Mr Wilson evoked a storm of applause that shook the rafters of the Union Tabernacle in which he spoke This auditorium which was consructed for revival purposes seemed aptly fitted for todays demonstration It has a seating capacity of about 3000and ex cept for a few vacant seats in the gallery it was filed when Mr Will son arose to address the assembly- In the audience were hundreds of to burro groweraand it was to them that Mr Willson especially directed a portion of his eloquence He told them of his belief in the right of all men to associate and organize for mutual ben efit and protection and it was with pleasure that he had watched the to bacco growers fraternizing in this manner for the purpose of obtaining higher prices for their crops and other advantages not calculated to accrue from individual efort Ho did not believe though that any organization of that or any other kind should bo dedicated to anything bill law and order and said that nine out of ten Kentuckians agreed with his views straight from the shoulder He said I brook no compromise with the disorderly spirits In any or ganization I condemn unreservedly men who shoot into other mens hous es and Injure their property and des troy their crops I say this so that titer mat who dont agree with me may vote against me I am a law and or der Yentucklan Pointing his outstretched arm in the direction af the State asylum which could be seen through an open windowhe denounced the management and conduct of tho institution under the present State administration AS n refuge of political henchmen where unfortunate Kentuckians were misused and maltreated in the name of poli ticsrI speak right here where some of the gravest wrongs and omst glaring crimes have been committed in Ken tucky I pledge you that when I am Governor that institutions out there shall not be a nasty political machine Mr Willson took some of the Dem ocratic machine campaign speakers sharply to task for raising the stale cries of negro domination and negro equality in their desperate efforts to dodge real important Issues before the peopleHe appealed to the sensible men to whom he was talking as to their opinion of Congressman Stanley for instance who has been eating fire of this kind for some weeks You men have beards on your faces he said what do yqu think of the moral and political condition of a man who says that a vote for me and my ticket means mixed schools Must bo beneath tho con tempt of honorable Kentuckians Thunflbring to the climax of his ad dress in a wonderful burst of ole quenco and earnestness Mr Willson said What mean these large audiences of the State It means the uprising of the people against greed and op pression and ithe throttling of their rights It means the same resolu tion that shook Republican Pennsylva GovernorIintor 0 tII I p matter Were tired of Crlppsy Beckhnm were tired of incompetent Hager were tired tumble bug James and his negro dominion talk Wore tired of Poohpooh Haley were tired of wetnurse Illneswere tired of bring ing Mr Bryan to Kentucky to bolster up a flimsy cause were tired of a Governor vlio throws open the pen itentiary doors Were tired of turn ing over public institutions into asylums for political henchmen IWere tired of tho making of Crime Into political issues and of all the whole long list of graft and greed dud mismanagement and misrule un der the ring at Frankfort It is hard for you honorable Democrats to vote the Republican ticket Isnt it better to tale your medicine than die Lots have an end to the regime of dis honesy and oppression and all join hands for a iwyi Kentucky MASONIC GRAND LODGE HOLDING SESSION One Hundred and Seventh Annual Gathering in Progress- in Louisville liojiisville Ky Oct HThe ono hundred and seventh annual session of time Grand Lodge of Kentucky Masons opened under unusually auspl olotus circumstances at Ii oclock this morning in the Maosnlc Temple on Chestnut street between Third and Fourth When Grand Master Samuel K Veach rapped for order and ordered the lodge t8 be purged of all but Master Masons fully ninetyfive Master Masons were In tho hall Each dele gate to the Grand Lodge is a master of a subordinate lodge and nearly every Masonic lodge in the State of Kentucky is represented The opening ceremonies were con ducted according to the usual impres sive ritual At the side of Grand Mas ter Veach sat Deputy Grand Master Hfllh Barrett who will be installed nS uhiua Master at the end of this years session The Senior and Junior Wardens were also at their posts After the formal opening of the lodge and Invocation by the Grand Chaplain Grand Master Samuel K Veach read the annual report of tilt Grand Master which covers and gives the history of Kentucky Masonry since October 1900 Ono of the must important decis ions by tho Grand Mauler wits a con struction of a resolution passed at tIll last session of the Grand Lodge barring all men engaged in the liquor business from admittance to Masonic lodges in Kentucky Grand Master Veach said upon this point Has a Kentucky lodge a right to receive into membership a bookkeep er for a distilling company Held There is some question as to the ground covered by the reso lution passed by the last Grand Lodge as to who is engaged In the manufacture or sale of liquor and while a strict construction might exclude him I conclude that the resolution was in tended by the Grand Lodge to exclude such people as are salesmen and such people as participate in the profits of time manufacture or sale of such li quors either as stockholder or owner Now if this young man does not par ticipate in tho profits of the company as an owner or stockholder and is simply a bookkceperthenin my opin ion he is eligible BurrWagen- Mr J C Wagen Hnrtfordand Miss Fredrica Burr were married at the brides residence Smallhous Wednes day morning at 11 oclock Rev I Goddard of Owensboro performed the ceremony Miss Burr is the daughter of Fredrica Burr North Car olina and Is a cultured refined and most estimable lady Mr Wagen Is chief engineer and local general manager for WaltonWIl son Rhoads Co contractors for the construction of the MH E R R Tho contracting parties left im mediately after tho ceremony for the Jamestown Exposition where they will spend ten days or two weeks after which they will return to Hartford Frost for Hendrick Hon John K Hendrick Democratic nomineeTor Attorney General was advertised to speak at Beaver Dam Wednesday and at Fbrdsvlllo yester day At Beaver Dam wo are relia bly informed ho had an audience of Democrats and Republicans numbering 52 At Fordsvllte no ono turned out to hoar him and ho left on the next train without attempting to speak t PRESIDENTS NERVE SURPRISES NATIVES He Takes Morning Swim in Bear Lake but Fellow Cam pers Decline Stamboul La Oct litAt C oclock tonight no news of the Presidents days hunt had been received hero hunlerwhoii last week when it was decided to broughtisi oven more from tho same source to take I the place of tho animals on hand which are becoming much jaded Arrivals from the Boar Lake en campment tell marvelous stories of tho Presidents hardihood and capaci ty for rough1mm It When he carried his blankets with him from the upper camp last Friday and that night and next morning ate only cold bread and meat he had taken in his saddle pock ets they marveled that a President could be easily satisfied but when he jumped Into Bear Lake for a swim upon rising at daybreak this morning their astonishment was almost with out bounds The thermometer regis tered at the time less than forty de grees and most of the others present were sedulously hugging the camp fire Time President plunged into the water as soon as ho arose As ho approached the edge of the lake ho bantered sonic of the other members of his immediate party to Join him but none did so lIe swam a distance of a hundred yards to an island and then returned declaring upon land ing that the exercise had been most exhilarating and that the water was warmer than the airsThe fact that he seems almost tire less in the saddle is most favorably commented upon and is regarded as quite marvelous for one of such exalted position and supposedly seden tary life It js now time Presidents purpose to close his hunt with the last round on Saturday and conic into Stamboul early Sunday He will spend Sunday afternoon and Sunday night at the residence of Leo Shields plantation manager for J M Parker and on Monday morning will leave for VIcks burg where ho is to speak Monday afternoon Pressing invitations to speak at ninny other places have been received but all have been de clined and there will probably be no more addresses on tho Southern trip except those to be made at Vicksburg and Nashville with the possible ex ception of a few words at Tallulah Mrs Dr Baird Dead The sad news has been received in Hartford that Mrs Dr A B Baird tIled at her home in Oklahoma City last Friday night at S oclock of typhoid fever Mrs Baird as well as her husband Dr Baird was well known InHartfordthey having married and left here some twelve years ago for their new location In theWestShe was the youugest daughter of MrThos S Duke deceased and was one of Hartfords most lovable and popular young women Her widowed mother and also her sisterinlaw Miss Lilla Baird of Louisville were at her bed inIformationseveral weeks Besides her husband and other relatives she leaves three little girls Her burlalwe understand took place at her home city She and her family have many friends in Hartford where born and reared who are grievedI to learn of her sad death FOR THE BUSY READER The old board of Govenors of time Jamestown Exposlton will from this time on act in an advisory capacity to me Director General The Stato Department lies desig nated Algernon Sartoris of tho Dis trict of Columbia to bo Secretary of Legation at Montevido Mr Sartoris is tho grandson of President Grant A passenger train bound from Scot land to Bristol jumped the track at Shrewsbury Eng and sixteen per sons including ten passengers were killed and many were iujuried Preparations are being made for boring for oil near Union town In diana oil men have leased thousands I of acres of land in that vicinity and i will make a thorough test of the field I Fifteen or more persons were injured I S J 1 several of them seriously when a Metropolitan elevated train crashed into the rear of a South Side elevated train at State timid Van Buren streets Chi cage- S Three persons were instantly killed and two others perhaps fatally Injured when an automobile was struck by nil express train on the Philadelphia and Rending railroad at Pottatown Pa yesterday 4 Signs of bears are more numerous around President Roosevelts new camp at Bear lake and tho members of tho party are hopeful of better fortune than heretofore has attended the hunt The Presidents outing will come to an end next Sunday The engineer and brakeman were lulled and the fireman probably fatally Injuried when an L mild N freight tKiiii rut off a bridge near Stanford Ky Time bridge is at the foot of a long grade and is built on a curve and when the freight struck the curve ono of the rails gave way precipitat ing the engine and seven of the cars Into the ravine New Meat Market A new meat shop was opened up yesterday morning by Charley Col lins adjoining Sam Rilcys grocery on Unnion SireH where fresh meats of the purest quality can be hind at all times Polite and prompt service to all THE ATTORNEY OF THE LIQUOR LEAGUE Stumping Boyd County in the Interest of Hager Ashlund Ky Oct 15 This county Boyd Is the home of S W Hager but time indications are that Boyd county wll give the largest Republic an majority she has ever given in a State election Time Democratic Committee has put Attorney L F Zerfoss on the stump in time interest of tits Stamp ticket Zerfos is the attorney for the local liquor league Last summer the friend of local option filed a petition In tho County Court for the purpose of securing an election In the Filth Mag isterial district to determine whether or not liquor should be sold therein This district embraces half of the city of Ashland When this was done Mr Zerfoss by his personal influence and effort secured a sufficient number of persons to withdraw their names from the petition to defeat the purposeand the entire labor of the petitioners was lost Thus the spectacle is presented of the paid attorney of the liquor league urging the voters of Boyd county to support the Democratic Slato ticket 0 COUGH INSURANCE REXALL CHERRY JUICE is the most economical insurance against coughs you can get One large bottle will insure a whole family against coughs colds And grippe for a whole year Cheap insurance isnt it The first dosejust one teaspoonful will relieve your cough four doses will stop your cough and a twentyfive cent bottle will break up the worst cold you ever had and we guarantee it like all the Ilexall Remedies in that if you are not perfectly satisfied all you have to do is return the bottb and get your money UEXALL CHERRY JUICE QOURII SYRUP is pleasant to take tart and tasty and children like it IPerbottle 25c 50c 100 James H Williams The Store fa I 1 r f lli V tr fg f r hNT i IT j b t 7 I PROPOSED SYSTEM f Of ROADTtVORKING1 County Would be Divided in to 33 Districts All Who did nut Care to Work St Days Could pay 6 and be Released Editors Republican Inclosed here with I hand you proposal for system of road working that I presented to tho Fiscal Court ut Its last term I am heartily in favor of it with a modification limiting the time to four days and would say this plan contemplates only one overseer for each election precinct or 33 overseers for the entire county- I wish to ask through The Republi can and Herald for those favoring the plan to get up petitions and send to me that I may present them to Fiscal Court at January term when this question will be passed on Rslctlfull ERNEST WOODWARD County Attorney 1 The rods and bridges in this county shall he maintained in part by hands allotted to work them and in part by taxation 2 All persons required by section Ifroadsrepair tho culvers Wad bridges in c l road precinct wiiun troy lire now or hereafter be allotted under the supervision of t h j ovem r uf t heir precinct not exceeding two days In a week but for at ljust sax days ul eight hours each in each ytif 1l1which days work Khali lo ptrfjnuod before the first day of July and I he remaining two days nPtr the first day of October of ouch year- j The overseer in sold precincts shall have charge of the roadsbridges and culverts in their respective pre cincts shall summon the hands 10 work on the roads and bridges as required by law superintend and direct said work and keep the roads bridges and culverts thereon freo of obstructions and in good condition for travel and may employ the neces sary teams wagollslllowsscrnIJs and such additional impliments as stay bo necessary to work said roads and which are not furnished by tint county but this authority to him is sub ject to the limitations and restrictions hereinafter mmiiloned 4 Said hands under the supervis ion of their respective overseers are required to construct all culverts and bridges which their said overseers may deem necessary 5 Any person allotted to work roads herein provided may Instead of working provide an able bodied substi tute or pay to the overseer at the rate of one dollar per tiny or may if de sired by the overseer furnish a dri ver team and implements and use same in working the roads under the supervision of the oversow for 21 hours and be released from the six days work required of him Said over- sect will report to the County Judge all money received by them on this ac count and aro permitted to expend the same on the roads in their pre duets respectively G In working the roads overseers will as far as practicable require the tho hands to work at places conveni ent to their residences and all the hands in one precinct urn not re qulrod to work on the same days un less summoiHd to do so Nor to work a greater distance than three miles from their residents 7 In cases whore the overseers are not furnished by the county necessary tools they may require the hands or such of them UK they designate to provide th mm lves with the necessary j tools or itnpllHtnltI8 No to expend any money or make any contract for tho expenditure of money or cremate any liability against the county except for necessary material and hire of tools and implements until all lauds required t work in his product shall have worked tho days required by section 20 f these rules nor shall tally money be paid by the County Judge on the order of such overseers until staid work shall have boon done 9 Kadi of tho overseers is reulr ed to keep an accurate account of the time each of tho persons required to workare actually engaged on the road in hits precinct and w111 require full hours for each days work i 10 it shall be the duty of the Counj ty Judge to deliver to said overseers such tcolH and Impliments us may be provided by this Court for repairing roads and take their recelps therefor 1And all the requirements of section c 4318n of the Kentucky Statutes relative to said tools shall be compli cal with 11 No overseer shall bo premltted to retain the possession of said tools unless in actual use if they aro desired by some other overseer for im a mediate use but shall bo delivered M1to thee onr irlngto so use them But when this is done a receipt shall as e I ybt bo taken which shall relieve the cur rendering overseer from liability on their account until he again resumes their possession 12 It shall bo the duty of the County Judge to mako n fair divis ion of any money appropriated for maintaining roads which may come into his hand under tho orders of tills court and in making said division be will consider the extent character and condition of the roads nnd the number of hands in each precinct and divide said money accordingly 13 After tho hands allotted towork the roads shall havo performed Ulec six days work hereinbefore1 required iho overseer shall continue the carecl maintenance and improvements of the roads bridges and culverts in their respective precincts nnd in BO doing they are authorized to employ such hands teams and tools as may be necessary to do tho required work glvh Ing preference to the road hands In their respective precincts and give sold hand so worklngT5rders on the of County Judge for tho money due each provided however that no overseer shall be permitted to create any obll gallon on this or any other account in or Incur any other indebtedness that of cannot be paid out of the money al lotted to his precinctS14 The overseers are authorized at the expense of the country to repair any tool or Instrument hired by themal which may be injuried while in useVI on the roads under the direction of such overseer s 15 In the operation of the road graders or performing other work re quiring experience the overseers 1110n directed to employ men and teams without regard to tho place where they live 16 After an overseer in the discharge of his mild duties shall have served the lime required of his handy lie shall be allowed till sum of fifteen cents per hour for all the additional nut he shall bo so engaged not exceeding sixty days and other persons he performing the services herein mung tinned shall be paid as follows Each hand twelve and onehalf cents per hour team driver and implement twentyfive cents per hour team andv driver in road grading thirty cents per hour 17 After extraordinary rains orel other events which might Injure the 1 roads bridges and culverts in any precinct In It shall be the duty of the OVOISI seer In such precinct to go over theei roads and examine them and Immec1 tllutely repair or cause to bo repaired any injury or damage to the same 18 In so far as it can bo done with he facilities at command the oveln SIIS are required to do permanent work amid the use of gravel on hills and other places when convenient and the use of stone In constructing culverts and the abutments of small bridges is encouraged 19 Heforw any contract is made for if the erection of any bridge or levee which tho overseers are not required o build written plans and speciflea lions shall bo mode for the same and he contract for the building thereof UL to the lowest mind best bidder and a written contract entered into with the accepted bidder shall be filled in the office of the County Judgo and preserved as n public record and no money shall be paid for said work until said contract is compiled with In all respects Said contractor shall also be required to execute bond with it good security for tho faithful perform ance of his contract If no other way is provided by the Fiscal Court then the County Judge may let said work as hereinbefore directed or he may appoint some other person to do so 20 All other provisions of tho law consistent with these rules shall bo compiled with by any person exercising any authority or performing any act under or by authority of the same 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 Cascasweet Cascasweet is a cor rectlvo for the stomachs of babies and children Contains no harmless drugs Sold by all druggists m Vegetarian Cats An Inquirer has written to the Her ald of Health the organ of vegeterlan Ism and physlclal regeneration asking ftra diet for her cats The menu recommended is Interesting and in eludes such dainties from pussys point of view as fresh boiled water mashed lentils and beans cabbage eaulflower stump fried potatoes soak Md bread bulscttlt rice and otherpud dllngs vegetable marrow and peas Tho method by which one is t find out what the cat prefers is to IIglvo it a little of each and note down the dishes it likes Well trained veg farina cats wo presume would refuse touch mice Dundee Advertiser Ito Doing Business Again IWIlCm my friends thought I was about to take leave of this world account of indlgestlonnervousness an general debility writes A A Chis holm Treadwell N Y and when it looked as if there was no hope left I was persuaded to try Electric Bitter- and I rejoice to say that they are curJ ing me I am now doing business again as of old and am still gaining dally Best tonic medicine on eart Guaranteed by all druggists GOd mI1 I r y J rc SOUTUTREMBLEFOaSUNDAY r Democratic Candidate for Lieu tenant Governor for Gwen Tyler on Liquor Platform PlkovlIIc Ky Oct 10 Judge Jami Breathilt candidate for dltorntyGeu eral on the Republican ticket and Congressman South Tumble of tame Set District candidate lot I hut + J ant Governor on tile Democratic tick met in Joint debate in the eour house yesterday afternoon at tills ilulI Judge Brealhitt spoke first and mart one of the most telling speeches Vu was over dHVeied in Pike can j Ho presented facts and fingers slum the mismanagement of Urn Stat affairs under tho Democratic admlrit ration This was far the best speed the campaign in this sctloji On the question of Sunday closing he propounded the question to Mr Trimble if he indorsed Owen Tylers course Louisville in advocating a repeal the Sundayclosing law and keeping saloons open on Sunday in re to this Mr Trimble answered that ho indorsed the candidacy of Mr Tyler and if he was in Louisville and elector of said district ho would for him that he believed In vol ing the Democratic ticket stralgh regardless of what they stood for After Mr Breathitt closed his talk Mr Trimble arose in an excited man and made one of the most abusive speeches if it could be called a spech ever delivered in this section He did not touch upon fuels or an issuo in the campaign at till but n i his text on the murder of Willli Goebel and the Negro After ex hausting all of his vocabulary which seemed to bo limited in so tar its ills delivering a speech was concerned turned louse on the pour old m and spoke in pan as follows White Republicans areall right but the sore spot with me against them is the negro question They ad the rights of seventyfive thousand negroes in Kentucky who art the meanest blackest shiniest of time who ought to bo dlsfranchlse1I must say that Ham a allowing them to go into the atkI that there would be one on time and it is a great pity at th of the war that fire was urn touched to every negro tent in tiltI South They are you might say scrapings of the devil They are tlwI fiendish hellish set on earth The Democratic party in the South with shooting guns have helped to relieve the nation of a great many of these beasts of time flld I am acquainted with sections in this Snte where the negroes sure so thick flute you rent a courtroom Uj unite H speech In that you would have to burn asafqetida and carbolic acid to kill tho smell His speech was disgusting beak 4to Democrats and Republicans except mu few Democratic partisans who applauded his speech especially regarding the negro In reply Judge Hreathitt handled him without gloves und by responding to him on the only two questions on which his speech IlweltI Judge Breathitt made a wonderful impression here and by all who heard his speech was pronounced one ot the best of tho campaign Such speeches as Trimble made hero taday will only tend to increase dime R pub IIcan majority in Pike county or Will vote the Republican Ticket- To the Editor of The Herald After deliberating over the question of voting at the coming general election I have decided to break my OverWork weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes es You a kidneys are filIImpurities in the blood If they are sick or out of order they fan to do their Pains aches and rheumatism come from ex cess of uric acid In the looted kidney troublegKidney trouble causes quick or unsteady heart and makes one feel as though they had heart trouble because the heart Is overworking In pumping thick kidney arterieso r kidneysbutf begino If you are sick you can make too mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The and the extraordinary effect of Dr mUdI SwampRoot the great kidney soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases meritsilcent and onedollar siz may have The your work beats I sample bottle by mall nome ot SwunpBoct free also how to troublesMention this paper when writing Dr Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember BinghamtonhNY pn every bottle 1 t 1 vnI 1Insend LOulsvmIand Iiavowed hOIwouldbidding for on this question Louisville luis made some bad selections for Mayor In the mimo of Democracy but ivgurd this tIlt worst over Yours iruly JOHN L DRINLY Vice President P SSlnce writing the move I find nut my three sons ore going to vote- the Republican ticket Louisville Her aid a + Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancor Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is Impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching rising and bumpy skin bone palnsca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood Is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is especially advised for chronic deepseated casesas- It cures after all else fails 85tf u EXTINCT ANIMALS OF THE FAR WEST Pigmy Fossils for Wyoming I Show Ancient Horses No Bigger Than Foxes That Wyoming was once u lllllpu m a world occupied by pigmy nulmuls the likeness of animals on earthf today Is the scientific fact which plllI ontologlsts of the Wyoming S tale University are preparing to give to th worldHorses no larger than a modern fox beavers the size of mlcod ogs as small coyotes and other animals built upon the same miniature lines are now known to have existed in the mountains of this Slato millions of years ago and their skeletons arc be ing set up In the museum of the Slate University by Prof W H Reed pal ontologist of the University and curator of the Museum History of that institutionProf has spent the entire sum mer in the great fossil beds of Cen tral Wyoming and says his discoveries therein are among the most Im portant over reported to science In securing the fossil of the little horse Prof Reed thinks he has confirmed the surmise heretofore made birthplaceIofthe horse He has an almost com plete skeleton of the antediluvian horse showing that animal to have been no larger than a fox of the pres Icnt day but with every bone of the present horse and in much tho same position and shape Tho little minimal was evidently a lardy grazer capable of much hard ship in securing its food And even In that early day tho horso showed great swiftnes of foot and possesed speed sufficient to enable it to keep out of the clutches of flesheating animals But Prof Reed attaches more Impor titmice to tho fossil beaver than to the horse even The heaver is from tho aligoccno tertiary age one of tho old est in which fossils are found show ling that animals flourished at the ear ly period in the earths existence Tho specimen Is a perfect skull and upper jaw of the rodent The skull is less than half an inch long Tho molars are only an eighth of an inch long and the incisors not much longer ProfReed was also fortunate enough to secure time complete skeleton of a dog of the nligoceno tertiary age not n bone being missing Tho skeleton Is aboutllie size of a coyote of thoI Western plains But Prof Reed found some big bones too Not tho least interestin was tho tusk of a monster bofir the big tusk indicating an animal weighing about 2000 pounds Tho tusk is complete but Is in three pieces and shows an animal which must have been a terror to tho other animal- in that age A fossil of one of tho great lizar family was discovered in a sandston- chff v where it can be seen stretched out to its full length high up on the face of tho bluff Nearly 75 feet of the great reptile can be seen preserv ed in the solid rock Prof Reed Says the field he visited called Hells HalfAcre is tho rmost remarkable fossil quarry in the world The fact hat so many fossil are found there has led to the that at tho time the whole surfac of time earth was changed by spinei 1- t W +01 + + + + ++++M++jMS Hot++ + Hi 1THE KENTUCKY 4 flightand INCORPQRATED Power Oi WILL WE YOUR HOUSE RT SOSt at 1tHEALTHY y AND SAFE NO HOME it OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD t 1 IiBE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN rlio 4 t i iNt L HEAVRIN Manager l4 + +4 +++ + ++ 41 ++ H ++ ++ + L 1 Ohio County Supply Co5hM tfiIoorporBted bit tflcotirci IvtI Hardware Machinery and all Kinds I In of Fanning Implements IIft We carry a complete line of Buggies and Surreys When you buy a DugS you do not want to make a mistake in material andt 4workmanship We handle only the best makes and cnn therefore bit 4i recommend our vehicles Can make prices to suit all customers bit 49 Agent for the famous Oliver Chilled Plows mount True Blue 49 and Moline with all repairs for same ba fi A full line of fence wire Steel and Felt Roofing Myers Deep JJfiWe handle the following well known brands of Wagons Mitch 40 ell Mogul Blount and Owcnsboro Also Deering and Milwaukee gt 44 Harvesting Machinery 49 We sell the best Gasoline Engine on the market and Corn b49 Crushers and Meal Mills to connect with same Lawn Mowers b4tand Swings The largest supply house in Ohio county Give us a 31 fi call Prices always equitable 4- A Incorporated MANUFACTURES THE FAMOUS EGYPTIAN CEMENT VAULTS And puts them in the grave The only absolutely perfect vault made It is watertight airtight vermin and wormproof The greatest invention of the age If you desire to lay away the dead in the most satisfactory manner you will certainly demandone of these vaults Manufactured right here in Hart ford BLACK w BIRKHEAD Mgrs m te JWWl FPP f PVPrTFW W KWPlli WVWln Vl mighty convulsion of nature time place was left as a high point tho animals gathered there to escape the devastat ing floods Another theory put for ward is that when some great famine came upon the land this spot was left tho one of al others where food was plentiful and all animals of that day diegI in some cataclysm which left the fos sat remains for the present generation of mankind to unearth Notices To Miners and Farmers We ask of you not to buy wagons or buggies companyotethe union and employ union men Done by order of the local JOHN WILSON Recording Secretary Echols local No 678 U M W of A tt Obstinate cases of constipation and- I nasty mean headaches promptly disap Little6Igists m I f N It ILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KongsNew FOR COUCHS6O 1 1foo Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTOR OR MONEY BEEUNDED Sendmgrnodei fceprrightaetBusiness alrtet with WatMngton savtllImoney and tin the ExclusivelyWiitoorcomotouaat I rDM Klatb CJIoWASHlrtnt y tAt r s R i st k7iTy T Yr T v rp i r r m St a M sriHAnV GK iSf DEAD IiiPR1St1N 4 Noted Sank Wrecker and For ger Passed Away Died in Hospital Ward of Peniten f tlary Deserted by Rela tives and Friends e Mrs Cassle Chadwick whose umn l zing financial trausactlons culminate in the wrecking of au Oberlin bank died in the Womans whrd at the Ohio penitentiary at 1015 last Thursday i nlght Mrs Chadwick had been in u comatose condition for some hours previous to her death and the end cams peace palluM satputaa J suaaI ON SItnl sXud uosiJd oto XIHO opjspoq aaq 71 clan and hospital attendants Her son Emil Hoover had been summoned from Cleveland but lie was not ex I I pected to arrive before tomorrow Mrs Cassie L Chadwick whose maiden name was Elizabeth Digley was a native of Woodstock Canada She first came into public notice in Toledo 0 about twenty years ago j where she told fortunes under the name of Madame Deviers While in I this ciy she forged the name of Rich ard Drown Youngstown 0 and for this crime was sent to the penitentiary at Columbus for nine years Site served but a portion of this sen hence and then located in Cleveland where she married a man named Hoover Her second husband was Dr S Chadwick of Cleveland a irLeRor good family and excellent standing in his profession In the latter part of 1902 or early in 1903 Mrs Chadwick in the pres enco of her husband gave to Iri Reynolds the cushier of the Wade Park Bonk of Cleveland a box containing notes signed with tho name of Andrew Carnegie These forged notes are alleged to have amouutd to 7 r 000000 Reynolds gave to Mrs Chadwick a receipt for the papers which described the notes and the signatures upon them Mrs Chadwick left with Reynolds as an explanation of the exist ence of the notes the statement that o she was a natural daughter Of Carne t gie 11With the receipt of Reynolds in her U possession Mrs Chadwick went to I different bunks and many capitalists K making loans and paying not only high interest to iho banks but heavy bonuses to the bank officials who loaned her the money xi The extent of these transactions will- i never fully be known slut they ran up into the millions They involved 4 risen of high standing in the financial 4 world and caused heavy losses to l many batiks byi4L Mass from whom she had borrowed a largo amount which she was unable r to pay Other creditors camo down 1UlOn her and within a short time she was placed under arrest by the Federal authorities on the charge of con spiring with Charles Beckwith the President and A B Spear Cushler of a National bank at Obeilin 0 which had been substantially looted Mrs Chadwick hud obtained from this institution such largo sums of money that ii was cqmpelled to close 1t3 doors causing heavy losses to the depositors and ruining many of them Mrs Chadwick BeckwiUi and Spear were indicted for a variety of of fenses against the National banking law Beckwith died before coming to trial Spear pleaded guilty was sent tenced to seven years in the peniten tiary and is now serving time at Columbus i 0 b Mrs Chadwick was brought to trial on March C 1905a ud after a hearing which lasted for two weeks was found guilty of conspiracy to defraud a National bank and was sentenced to ten years in the penitentiary I A Family of Swimmers The mother seven daughters and one sou all expect swimmers and many of them repeatedly prize winner this is the record of the Berlo fam fly of SOt East Sixth street South Boston fi There is another daughter too on ly three years old and she is in a good way to lie a swimmer before long for she takes to the water like the proverbial duckaud splashes about and tries so hard to swim The nine children and the mother are frequent ly to be seen in the waters of Dor chester bay particularly off the head 4 house I Although father and mother were 4 born elsewhere tho children arc all natives of the peninsula district and it is but natural that they attained skill in swimming eSlcc1allyI as their mother is an the exception of tile father the en tire family keep at the sport all sum mer and l1itu the coot season Few if art families possess such a l collection of swimming prizes as time Berios NQ less tjiitb fifty trophies won In races adorn their home and d faL m a sYy te u j The Blood i3 ilio LIfoe Isctonco hni never gono beyond the Butij given It a meaning over broadening with the Increasing breadth of knowledge i When tho blopd Is bad or Impure It Is not s t1 body which suffers through disease Tho brain Is also clouded SJjo mind and Judgement are nyanovildeedorimpurotho Imp of UioBlbodb Foul Impuro blond cnn he made turn hv thin mtsn of UI EiandiI or manifestations of impure blood 0 0 0 0 0 0 In tho euro of scrofulous swellings en larged glands open eating ulcers or old sores tho Golden Medical Discovery hasI performed the most marvelous cures In- cases of old sores or open eating ulcers I it Is well to apply to tho open sores Dr Pierces AllHealing Salvo which pos whenI tutional treatment If your druggist AllhealingSalvoby Inclosing fiftyfour cents In postage stamps to Dr R V Pierce C63 Main St Buffalo N Y and It will como to you by return post Most druggists keep It as DiscoveryIIYou cant afford to accept any medicine composition as a substitute Medical Discovery which Is a medicine OK KNOWN COMPOSITION having a complete list of Ingredients In plain English on Its bottlewrapper tho i utiiu being attested as wwiiiii under oath Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets repilato and invigorate stomach liver and bowels h iho gold and silver cups mike a splen did display Boston Globe TELLS HOW TO IIIX IT0 Directions to Prepare Simple Home Mixtures Tells You How toOvercome Rheu matism With Simple Recipe Which Is Easily Mixed A wellknown authority on Rheu matism gives the readers of a large New York dally paper the following valuable Qyet simple and harmless prescription which any one can easily prepare at homo Fluid Exjact Paiidejlpn onehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparllla throe ouncesMix by shaking well Iu a bottle and take a teaspoonful after each meal and at bedtime Ho states that the ingredients can be obtained from any good prescrip tion pharmacy at small cost andbe ing of vegetable extraction are harm less to take I This pleasant mixture if taken regularly for a few days Is said to over come almost any case of Rheuma tism The pain and swelling if any diminishes with each dose until permanent I results are obtained and with out injuring the stomach While there remIclUeswhich to give relief few really give permanent results and the above will no doubt be greatly appreciated by many sufferers here af this time Inquiry at the drug stores of this neighborhood elicits the Information that these drugs are harmless and can be bought separately or tho druggists here will mix the prescription for our readers if asked to Power From the Tide An Interesting little plant in which the rise and fall of the tides is used as motive power for the generation of electricity is described in Stein and Elsen Near Flouniauach on the northern coast of France where the tides have a dally range of 39 feet a small fish pond separated from the sea by a dike is arranged with gates so that at high tide the water fills it the gate closing automatically when the tides recede The machinery of an old grist mill is used to operate a small dynamo which charges a strong battery and furnishes light for the fish industry there Another wheel in tho same mill works au icemaking machine the wlfole thing being under the charge of a man It is stated that the to tal daily expenses for generating about 2000 horsepower hours is 8 marks of 8 francs or about 2 WILBUr AffiI7 fARMER DEATh Dropped From Tree to Neck of His Horse Went to Rescue of Horse aril Was Attacked by The Cat Madisonville Ky Oct 10Last night as he was returning to his home in the Pond river country nUll here Mr Walter Layne ono of the most prominent farmers of this county was time victim of a most unusual at tackMr Layno had been to this city aitendin court and was driving slowly along when sonic animal pro sumably a wildcat dropped from au overhanging limb onto the neck of his horse When the horse Mr Lay ne was driving felt the animal on his neck it broke and ran throwing Mr Layne over a cliff and into the river below Mr Layne roll into n deep pool which broke his fall to some extent He clambered om and was Hitting on the side of the road when his horse having gone around thin bend came along dragging tnt buggy with animal still on its neck Mr Layne succeeded iu slopping the horse whereupon time creature deserted the horse which was al most dead and attacked him biting Mr Lnyno in Ahe coot and neck and scratching out both leis eyes Mr Layne finally got rid of the maddened animal and dropped across his buggy which caused the hors to start again and he was dragged to his home some two miles away in this manner He was discovered as he reached the gate of his farm and medical aid reached him in a short time but he died a few hours afterward after telling wf tho man ner in which he was Injuried- Mr Layne was prominent locally in political circles and was at one time connected with the coal indus try in this county He has a son who is a cashier in a bank in Nash vile Time horse was shot A party of about fifty men armed with shotguns are in the woods und bottoms near the scene of the attack searching for the animal which Mr Layne described as weigh ing about 100 pounds and having the general appearance of a wild ClllI Thomas A Edison the great Anion can Inventor says Fully eighty per ent of the Illness of mankind conies from eating improper food on to much food people are inclined to over indulge themselves This is whereI indigestion finds its nearly every case The stomach can do Just so much work and no more and when your overload it or when you cat the wrong kind of food the digestive organs cannot possibly do time work demanded of them It is at such times that the stomach needs help it demands help and warns you by headaches belching sour stomach nausea and indigestion You should at someIIfor the stomach Kodol will do this dlgstIantI 1stomachdruggists m Concrete Grows Stronger With Age Good cement continues to improve in strength indefinitely after it has be w put in place in concrete or mortar Oc casionally a fairly good cement willI show an Increase in strength r i test for a short time and then some de crease in strength under test for a j short time and thou some decrease followed by a slight increase cements styled Portland after an inI crease for a short time show a pro j gresslve decrease resulting in a few observed cases in disintegration Such cements have impurities either nlltI ural or acquired sufficient to take them out of the class of Portland cements and proper chemical cxnminatloi would reject them It is possible that time cements showing a temporary re duction in strength are passing through a period of elimination of some objectionable material and willI continue to improve thereafter says Municipal Engineering but fact thatI such reduction in strength is observed gOeCoeCooOooCooaoOOOOOOOOMOOOOoQoOO1 8 Consumption is less deadly than it used to be ti Go Certain relief and usually complete recovery c t will result from the following treatment 0 Hope rest fresh air andScot 1r 2 EtriulJionI o ALL DRUGGISTS I BOo AND SIOO OOO O OOO OOO OO O r I tIm the IF st specimens is usually con I fUUied sufficient to show doubt on rthe acc ii ability rf the current nil w- Ing unlit for tho highest cliss o Vout requiring permanence and r visItitiici in wetth r cdnditio- isPneunanias I Deadly Work has to seriously afected my rightI lung writes Mrs Fannie o Rural Route 1 Georgetown Tcnn that I coughed continuously night predictionreousuntptionseemed bottleHofin my case proved to be the only real cure timid restorer of weak sore lungs When all other remedies utterly fall you may still win in the battle agalns lung and throat troubles with New Discovery the real euro Guaranteed by all druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottle free m FAiTH IN MADSTONES NOT SUPPORTED Claims Supported Only by Chim ney Corner Tradi tion A dispatch from Newcastle Iiid announcing the death of a Mr Henry Handy of that place adds He was the owner of the cfluhrm KlHundy inadmone which has Iwdiel8 of persons Afflicted hloughtj rious forms of infection to f for iivatment Ir Itundy always kept It alioiu his poiBoii or in a safy di pobk vault in a local bank I TalH rehues 10 a common smtlletd Uui widen lists exisicd for a long tauij multi will probably continue to IXLit much longer Time socalled mads one I Is ii earcarlous or stony formal Ion popularly believed to have the pmvI er of averting hydrophobia by abI sorblnc the poison when applied to tin I wound The popular belief is thin it possesses It specific affinity for hyj drophoMc virus that when applied loj the bin rn place it adheres uinll trim poison is absorbed and then drops oil i when If placed in warm milk or wa glltnIishIf any such stone exists or even has existed H differs fiuidainenially from I all other atones in the alleged qualify of possessing a specific attraction for ii particular kind of poison As this allged quality is entirely foreign to all natural mud ItlIes ascribed a mysteri ous origin to then as having hen found in time stomach of sonic animal III time head of a snake etc The Bun- d madsunio is said to have been dUIIyears to suet a great many persons from hydrop lila It is said the last owner of 1111 Hundy shone accumulated a forune i by its uso during a long term of years Popular traditions and folklore time erica mime hard to put down but as u mutter of fact the socalled mIll tone has no recognition of time Anir can Philosophical Sodomy of 18S9 says Among the various Industrials in Pennsylvania who profess ability in exorcisms and charms we occasional ly find one who is reputed to lOSS Co ai madstone Those pebbles are of va rious sizes and appear to have been wltcled on account of somme peculiarity of color or form A specimen waka had a high reputation in the Stte from which it had been brought WitS described by the present wrl 11 as consisting of u worn price of whln III11JI01luItksit Scientists can classify all the S1alleged to be madstonesbtit no scieti list has ever given the slightest crd nco to the qualities claimed for iliin Sir Waller Scott in The Tallsm i 11lfogedand on this case his assertion of virj tile in the alleged mdastono was so Incredible as to be ridiculous Dm everything wont with Sir Walter when he was writing a story That is rlgii lot facts and fiction are still essen tially different and time fact remains that tho socalled madstone lies not recognition in science nor is there an I well authenticated case of such a sLoiu having shown time qualities clammed for It by Its owners Such claims are sup ported only by chimney corner tradition rand comon credulity Indianap oils News DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salvo is good for little burns and big bruises small scratches or bruises and big ones It is healing and sooth ing Good for piles Sold by all druggists m CASTORIAFor Tho Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Sisnatwo 7J I of f t I J t I k J Tho Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for ocr 30 years has borne tho simturo of and fists been innde under his per sonal supervision sInce its infancy Allow no one to deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that triflo with and endanger the health of Infants and ldrcnExllcLlcnco against Experiment What is CASTORCastoria IK a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho sleepTheGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS SJ Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTAUR COMPANY TT MUU Y KTIICCT NCW YORK CrY t w i r iI OUR CLUBBING RATES TilE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135TH- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 Tug REPUBLICAN and Courier 150 fiiE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Horne and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and LippencoltH and Cosraopliian 325 TIn REPUBLICAN tndTwiceaVeekOwensboroluquirer 175 run REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 lUg REPUBLrcAN and Twicea Week Oboro Messenger 175 Iii K REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 150 FIIK REITBLICAN and Now Idea Womans Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICANCapital Surplus Profits2500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Bank Come in DIRECTORS Gabo Likens Alvin IlowcBurch Felix Jim Polk Stevens Z Wayne Grit fin L u Qeu A AAAo oocct4 b 6ti TillERS OILTHE SOIL ft bi 1Will Make no Mistake by Vlslling the Reliablebtu Q4andWell Known Firm of j = 4q WILLIAMS MILLER 8 41 i 41For anything they needon the farm They i eg Plows of all kinds and makes Disc bt t3 Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows riding and p 4 walking Cultivators Vagons of the best makes and i J bnjrpioa for young folks and old folks t4- fi In Addition L We have the best equipped shop in Ohio county t fi fitted with the latest improved machinery and ap bl 42 pliances and besides all kinds of general Blacksmith t ing can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other J fishops cannot do at all Everything at very modor + 1 ate prices i i4wIILIA I ARIL i F e 4BEAVER DAM KENTUCKY MCYMMbrQ MCIMM MCkOCrM M MM 1- i L k y Nat i x- r 4 d M Hartford1 Iisned by the llartlon InWlnhlng Company IMCORrflBAVKD t EditorCr rctottJnOtrES Cumber tu dL 34 ItouCb nsV1 J23 FRIDAY OCTOBER IS Examine the label on your paper Itls not correct notify us REPUBLICAN TICKET For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor W H COX Of Masonry County For Attorney General JAMES DREATHITT 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 DRUNER- or 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 Muhleuburg County For Representative DR J A DUFF Sulphur Springs Precinct For Jailer- WILLIAM FLEXER Of East Beaver Dam Precinct Hear Wilson today Vote against the tax receipt amend ment Not much more time for speech- making We doubt If there is any trouble bruin for those Lousiiana bears Candidate lager guts mad when re quested to explain that 2500 liquor check m The Hartford Herald is hereby in formed that Editor Barnett has no bee in his bonnet Some politicians who have been continually clamoring back to the people usually go back on the peo ple j The registration certificate lawand the dog tax law should be tied to gether and consigned to the dump 1 IdlII A vote for the Republican ticket is a vote against the miserable registration certificate inaugurated by the Democrats Mr Hager has never answered theI question whether If a citizen of Louis yule he would support Tyler or 1 oppose him in keeping with his pretended temperance views Beckham and linger are on the run and badly frightened As a result I their henchmen are ready to grab at any old straw Hence the He about Willson being the hired Attorney for the tobacco trust If you favor paying 18 per cent pen city and 170 cost if your taxes are not settled by November lyou should vote for Hager Co and retain in power the party that passed the law compelling you to pay this penalty and cost Under the revenue law passed Yj a Democratic Legislature In 1906 farm j M ers are compelled to pay their taxes before it is time of yearto Fell their tobacco corn hogs or an thlngelllej produced that year or pay 18 per cent penalty and 170 cost In another column will he found f the or road working system tproposed at the recent meeting of our Fiscal Court Read and study It IfI you approve It say so to the men hers of the court If you do not apjprove It suggest something better I It has cost the tax payers of Kentucky 1137190 more a year to have the affairs of State administration un der Gov Beckham than It did under Gov Bradley Is it worth the price Hager is pltdged to pursue the same policies Wouldnt a change do usI good After Uie boasts ofDemocrat candidates that the State Treasury is overflowing with money there was none for Ohio county teachers last Saturday Mr Riley of the First ISv t t14 i National Dank paid the teachers vho came howevjr aiid saved Ihfrin fron disappointment We notice that J Morgan Chlnu has made a speech at 13alleys Mill pro clnct in which he told how Mr Wilson was for the American tobacco+ trust because ho onto represented It In a suit against a railroad company No doubt Mr Chinn was enthusla ticnlly applauded by Mesrs B Beit G Gum A Apple P Peach ot aU We are requested by several good Democrats to ask candidate tot Jailer Mr Tom Wallace if he Is still tn favor of dljfContlnulng ri part of the Sulphur Springs public road abou 1i miles North of Hartford which he at one time petitioned the count court to doand wlficb if had hew done would have inconvenienced nuns citizens It appears that the President Secretary Taft and the Post Master General are having a close race tose who can stay out of Washington th most these days Hartford herald Maybe they are racing with Governor Beckham Auditor Hager Stifle Inspector HInes Secretary of State Me Chesney and Clerk of the Court of Appeals Chinn who are all neglcctln I their official duties at Frankfort iu an attempt to keep the old muchlnuI in pow- erS I The Hartford Herald in summin up what the Hon Augustus E Willso I Republican candidate for Governor believes in says He believes in r + the reign of terror in Kentucky under Taylors administration Right here wo wish to call a halt Mr Willsou does not indorse the reign of terror inirlng the time Mr Taylor was Governor The Democrat parly as then constituted was the direct and sole cause of these dlsordersam not only Mr Wlllson but every Republican has nt all times condemned them Little Hurray Woodson or his first lieutenant Pendleton who once upon a tine was introduced to an Ohio county Jury towit in the case of Woodward vs The Messenger pub lishing Co says through the editorial columns of the Messenger that Mr WiVfiou is an object of contempt Hull should be held up as a common liar by the Democratic press and speakers The records in the case mentioned hears witness thai this assault on lrl Willsun is not the first attemut that Messrs Woodson HUll Pendleton have made to defame and traduce the fair name of a Republican The Hartford Herald in effect says we wilfully prevaricated when we quoted linger assaying in his recent speech at Maysvllle I am n Democrat and if the Democratic party IsI for whisky I am for it and if it IsI against whisky I am against It VlI wish to reiterate and emphasize the statement and in reply to the Herald we wish to state that we have it on letter authority than its campaign utterances that Mr Hager made time statement which we quoted It is a act too that Mr Hager has stmdI died the liquor question in many of his speeches Where temperence sonI Iment Is strong he talks temperence md where liquor Interests predoml late he talks liquor and supports booze candidates The Hartford Herald wants us to join with it in a request to Hon B Ringo Commonwealths Attorney In this district to instruct the next grand Jury to investigate all viola Ions of the election laws especially the use of money and buying votes etc This is Mr Ringos duty with out any invitation from us or the Her Id Mr Ringo being an excellent I law er and knowing his duty wo pre time will perform it Dont try to make your readers believe that we are In favor of debauching elections ecauso we did not Join with you In insulting the District Attorney If we belonged to Urn party which stole the State election In 1S99 and debauched the city election in Lou iville in 1905 to such an extent that Court of Appeals declared it void ItIle would be a little careful about that Republicans are in avor of such things Candidate Hager says his partys record Is his platform all of which he J indorses We wish to pause long nough to usk the voters of Ohio county if they can vote for a maul who indorses the action of the 1906 Democratic Legislature which passed the license tax law which compells ich auctioneer to pay 500 for the rlvllege a bill poster 1000 opera tor of a hack line 1000 owner of eo factory 1500 operator of merry oround 1000 Photographers 500 owner of restaurant 500 real estate agents 1000 sewing machine agents 500 owner of soda fountain 500 owner of skating rink 500 vender of spectacles 1000 vender of stoves or ranges 2000 Last but not least min you vote for a nan who indorses tho infamous dogtax law which was fastened upon tho people of Kentucky by a Democratic Legislature and up proved byn Democratic Govrenor Candidate Hager and his associates on the machine made ticket aro vocl rrlerpiis in condemning whatjttyeyvr h to call Taylors ndmirilsl ftonthat- Taylor had no administration Frp i lie time ho was elected to the fmc he went out of office ho haunpt 6no moment of peace nail quiet in which Ito administer anything He whs har assed and annoy d all the time whit i it will bo remembered was only about two months First by an attempt1 to- get tho election comlssloners to Issuo a certificate of election to Goeb I Failing In this a contest was Ina gurated which required all of Taylor s time and attention This contest r suited in a cold theft of all the State offices one of which Mr Hager go and it comes with mighty poor gram for those who were the beueflclarl to indulge constantly in abuse of what they are pleased to call his admin tratlon achesflintMr Willson gospel of good cheer and elevated Ideas of gool citizenship good government and U c square deal for every American citizt Ho is a Republlcaij good and trite but a Kentuckian to time manner born Any man that speaks like Mr wilto Is a true man His utterances corn from the heart and they strike tIl hearts of all true citizens He doesn t appeal to tho passions and prejudge1 of the Ignorant but to the highest o dor of manhood I His home life hi business life his political life blMl out what he preaches on tho stump i He tells the truth about men in things and does it inn niqe clean smooth way His sentences are slit sharp severe yet simple Ho is r yerent and gentle In handling his at vorsaries He knows them and tlu ways like a book He doesnt heslta1 to tell what ho knows It strik B tho average tuna and puts him 0 thinking and makes him a bettor ciii zees with higher ideals of his govern ment and his duty to his neighb and his friend Mr WiUson horcs our hand our heart and our vote Breckonrldgo News M All during the present State cam puign tho Democratic speakers anti papers have slopped over about tin Immense school fund which they say they have provided during their administration of the State governmen and also about the State being out of debt as a result of their economy Wo wero prepared to take all this with a grain of salt but presumes sonic persons have beon fooled by thIs claptrap With all this nmoa j iy at their command for school purr poses etc one would suppose thin l they met every demand on tho spin Howeverwhen tho Ohio county school teachers received their money liisi Saturday it was not by reason of ally special effort on the part of the officials at Frankfort but through the courtesy of a local bank which furnished the money without interest until the State warrant should arrive which was almost a week late Yet they are making frantic appeals to Jho school teachers of the State to help thjMn out in their distress Thoy leserve nothing but condemnation and defeat at the hands of the school omIless we would like to bo shown and this is putting it strongj Some one writing In the Interest- of Mr Tom Wallaces candidacy for aller In n late edition of The Hart ofd Herald would have people believe that he Is the only man who ever made a good poor house keeper Houses the most extravagant language He made the poor farm to blossom like a rose being a fair sample Also we are told by this knowing one that Uncle Tom out of his own ocket paid the ministers for preach- Ing the gospel to the inmates All of this increases the deep grief of Tho Herald over his removal by a Repub lean court The truth is that there grovlingas under jferlnp to the claim book of the Ohio County Court we find that dur- Ing Mr Wallaces Incumbency of the poor house the preachers were paid by the tax payers of Ohio county through the Fiscal Court instead of coming out of the pockets of Mr Wallace Now during his term as poor mouse keeper Mr Wallace also held another office that of member or- tho Ohio County Board of Supervls rs or tax raisers He still held these two offices contrary to the State Statutes when tlie Republicans came ito power and in obedience to tho law they very properly relieved him of one of them j Hartford Herald in common rlth other organs of machine Democ 1acy is making n great todo because Mr Willson suggested that Mr Bryan received pay for his two days cam aign in Kentucky in the interest of the ang Wet Nurse Henry B HInes who Is receiving a salary of 3000 a Year as State Inspector but who Is devoting his time to the cam Hatermaignfor Deckham Co and Hurray Woodson of the Owensboro esesnger are abut the only alleged big dogs who have scented thr sllnkhnnd given off a few moan howls which Is being CChOC I + n w 7 + Hartford Herald nhd n rc voilIcl journals of Its caliber It Is common knowledge that Mr Brynli has mad liiIit if he line not pay for speeches ho has made As a matte of fact everybody who hiss studied the game of poltiics knows that Mr Dry an made his two days specking tour in Kentucky last week nt the expense of the Democratic Campaign Commit tee in other words at the expense of the Democratic party and its candl- s dates for office Thexhotfooted de nlals from these various sources 01subsidized Democracy confirms rat er than refutes The whole thing Is only a feeble attempt to bolster ups the waning cause of Democracy amI nobody will befooled by these howls MACHINE AT FRANKFORT- There Is a machine at Frankfort I self styled time Democratic party hut it is our contention that its policies i and principles are not Democratic that it does not represent nor reflec i the principles and policies which the Democratic party In Kentucky he Hove and in this canvass I will shov you that it does not act like a Democrat however much It may talk llko a Democrat and that in fact it Is not a Democrat o a aCljsPAR FROM SENSIBLE Hero are two extracts from tho las speech of President William McKinley delivered In Buffalo in Seu mbur 19011 USslsSillauonlI tho advocates ofmoro foreign trade by means of reciprocity in completing products j By sensible trade arrangements which will not Interrupt our homo produc j tlon we shall extend the outlets tot our increasing surplus We should take from our customer such of their products as wo can use without harm to our industries and laborIn a reciprocity arrangement wi h a singleEuropeun county entered Iu to July 1 1907 our purchases of competing products havo Increased nearly 5000000 while our sales to that county In the month of August just past actually decreased by nearly 000000 Will this a sensible trade arrange ment Has it been carried out with out harm to our Industries and la bor PROtECTION DID If More than ti hundred reprecenta lives of textile Industries of Europe are soon to be in the United States mak ing a tour of inspection and study of our factories TBey will bo greeted everywhere cordially and shown all that Is to bo seen of interest wherever they travel With its usual enter prise tho Manufacturers Record the especial champion of Southern industries publishes an admirable study of the resources and production of the South in cotton raw and manu actured Fortunately citizens in every part of the republic the able to share to the full satisfaction of time Record over the showing of what our own country is doing in the way of mak- Ing up the raw material into goods for shipment to all parts of the world There was a time when only In an Eastern State or two could a cotton factory bo found The fibre was sold In Europe and the American consumer paid freight both ways to and from the foreign factory All that Is a thing of the past Once the percentage of the chief staple that was worked up in a Southern factory could bo expressd by the sign of zero In the last years the investment ofcapital in that In dustry In the South alone has reached time figure of 250000000 The South grows 72 per cent of the cotton crop of the world nearly 19000000 bales and uses in its local factories 18 percent of its own growing But the figures attained now is to be counted us coming in view of the immense rapidity with which the South is ex landing Its resources in mills and spindlesThe also turns up n spade rul of figures on time iron coal and raln Interests of the Jfouthwlth tose- of lumber and fruits thrown in for good measure The best of it is that the story is entirely true and only understated For the South Is illustrating afresh that phenomenon of the 18Ul century which so forcibly struck Burke and led him to remark that the seemingly wildest predictions of Amer can expansion were overpassed by the fact while the prophet was making hem Buffalo News A Notice In Bankruptcy In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Ken Lucky Owensboro DivisioneIn the matter of George A Shelton bankrupt To Jttie creditors of Georgic A She- ltonof Hartford In the County of ihlfc and District aforesaidbaukrupt Jotlce is hereby given that on the Ith day of October A D 1907 the aid Shelton was duly adjudicated bankrupt and that the first meeting of creditors will be held at the law I y jrY tf T Tjl JWg ZV tJ we Want q ToSeeY 1 YYYYY The fairest flower that ever bloomed in the garden of fashion are our new Fall suits and Over coats and our new Fall Dress Goods Every man and lady who reads this will please consider it an invitation to drop in and see us The new Fall Attire is all here We have kept our eyes wide open and whatever is new and attractive I from the Clothing designers in the country Will be foiind right here a A man or a lady naturally desires the best they can get for the price We keep ourselves constantly 11 in a position to give it to themUWe also have the most complete stock of Shops Hats Notions Furniture I Millinery Goods and Gro= ceries that can be found in the city of Hartford Come in and see about all this tal- kCARSON 1 p I TEDI1 CORPORA 0 HARTFORD KY I ftAA MNkJ fiLljfL1 f Jll l f MHpJJel J We arethe largestA makers ol5ooI IIIbacks this guarantee IIJt If the upper of a 5 II Korrect Shape She breaks through before the solo Is worn through we will replace with a now pair of shoes PACKARD 4 FIELD BttOCKTON FAIR COMPANYen- dby FirstClass Shoe Stores generally 5r loffice of G B Likens in Hartford Kentucky on the 25th day of October A D 1907 at 1 p in at which time the said creditors may attend prove their claims appoint a trustee exam ine the Bankrupt and transact such comebeforeReferee in Bankruptcy October 15th 1907 l Notice I will on Saturday October 19 1907 at my residence two and onehalf miles east of Hartford on the Hartford and Morgantown road offer the following property for sale to the highest bidder Severallhorses one lot of sheep ten or twelve hogs one binder mowing machine and hay rake wheat drill ploys harrows cultiva tor gearing one buggy and harness two horse wagon and all my house hold and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale 12t2 F M PORTER RENDER jOct 1G Harry Draper was in Cen tral City last Wednesday- L Francis was in levier and Cen tral City last Thursday Messrs sImon Jones and John S 4 t Lt Carried in Stock by lffi Spencer were in Hartford on business last Thursday R N Allen and Arthur Dowel were in Central City Friday W H Minor of Central City was here Friday spentSnturRev Fred G Jones filled his regular appolntemnt here Saturday and Sunday I v Wastheurday and Sunday Mrs T O Baker returned home from Beaver Dam yesterday after a few days visit Herbert Cornelius of Bevler was here yesterday JS A Bratcher of Hartford wash here today 1 ramllytoday ishedaughter Mrs W J Mercer Mrs Charles Wilson Xmas returned to her home in Herrin 111 after vis Mercerfor stChnrles4 1 t t- w n i S ty d 1 t 1 + w + M F1 rsr1 1 I fj J 1 I x t II AJtItL THiNG w According to the weather mans report wo are to have some genuma oldfashioned winter this year This being the case you will certainly bo compelled to have a good heavy Suit and Overcoat Of course we want to sell you as every live hustling merchant wants to do We have many inducements to offer you First our prices are draw ing factors Second our qualities have no equals r The above picture represents onr New Fall Styles in Ov ercoatsthe celebrated Sterling BenchTai bored Clothes None so good Every garment a satisfactiongiver or your money refunded 4f IT PAYS To t TRADE WITHr i =Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 IIIlnolsCentralRallroadTimeTable North Kouiiil- No South Bound 132 due 407 u in 0121 duel 181 MIU No 1UI line 248 p m NolZMnel23ipmNol02due24Sptii No181 durU40 in For Shoes that will wear go to Barnard 8 Co Remnant Flannelette 5c the yard at Barnard Cos Esq S H Render Centertown call ed to see us Tuesday Wb have Suits to suit you at prices to suit you Carson Co McCal Patterns are at Fairs None so good lOc loc None higher Mr and Mrs David Moreland are the guests of relatives In Owensboro Good Judges of Clothing are buying our 10 12 and 15 Suits on sight Carson Co Fall Is here so are Barnard Co with all kinds of fall goods at cheap prices I A visit to our 5c and l0es Basement will convince you that we are head quarters FAIR CO Dont tall to see Barnard Cos Raincoatsthe Schwab kind They are the best- Immense selection of Children Wraps at Fairs Call and she them Sure to please you jOn the first of November a Mr Beasley will take charge of the new Commercial Hote here Leave your laundry at Cleye Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry4GtfIf you didnt know the price you 1would be wlllingto pay more for our dress goods than we areasking p Carson Co Miss Katie Hawkins who is teach Ing near Smallhous was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs S J Hawkins city Saturday hndSun day Mr Fi M Porter who recently sold 1hls farm just east of Hartford is a new residence in the Old Fair Ground addition In East Hart fotic a 1 W I You should see Barnard Cos line of Fall Dress Goods I Mr C T Baird Beaver Dam was a pleasant caller Monday A rush every day in Fairs Millinery Parlors New styles every week Slip inside of one of our fall Suits and you will be in style Carson Co Our highgrade Clothing costs no more than the common kind sold else where Carson C- oFallOvercoatsthe long kind the short kind every other kindatCar son Cos Mr James Daniel of the East Hartford neighborhood called to see us yesterday Mothers bring your boys to Barnard Co Hartford and let us fit them up in new Suits If you are looking for your man eys worth and courteous treatment go to Barnnard Co I The big stock of Woolen Dress Goods is at Fairs Painstaking sales I ladies to wait on you Miss Moseley Barnard Cos Mill iner Invites all the ladies to give her a call for the latest in her line Miss Laura Rowe daughter of Mr A B Rowe Centertown has accept ed a position with Barnard Co city Messrs Harry and J W OBannon are each to begin a new residence In theT homas addition In the near fu I ture I Dont buy your fall Suit or Over coat without consulting Fairs You will be sorry If you miss seeing this big stock Schroeters Floating Studio is still at Hartford Get your photographs made now Good and uptodatework guaranteed 13tf Mr Chester Keown has resigned his position as traveling salesman for Swift Co and is contemplating going to CQoradoVWANTEDTliree or four reliable men to consider a proposltlonout of t which theji can clear from 60 to 16 per month Apply to W S this of office Mr Roy Forrester who hay bee a member of the Republican typo force for about seven years left last Sunday to accept a place with the Earlfngton Bee Roy is a gpod boy and we wish him success in his new position J t 1 Barnard Cos Crossett Shoes and Schwab Clothing are the best Wish the party that has our jack screws would bring them home HARTFORD MILL CO Barnard Cos lino of Rugs Drug gets and Furniture cannot be beaten lu Hartford or elsewhere Mrs W Tl Woodward returned Wednesday from a few days visit to her mother at Donophin Mo I Mr and Mrs T R Barnard t and little daughters Mary and Ethel have been visiting in Louisville this Week A great many ladles will wish later that they had bought their fall Hat and Dress Goods here Carson Co Mrs F O Austin Beaver Damwas the guest of Mr and Mrs Hooper Wlllams and Mr and Mrs Z Wayne Griffin the first of the weak Drs S J Wedding and E W Ford attended the State Medical Association at Louisville the first of the I week They were acompanied by their I wives IWe have bought out the Hoover williconductIluce with a complete line of staple I and fancy groceries All at rock hot i I tom prices SCHROADBR CO Sheriff n B Martin Attorney E I1ootlward lion C M Crowe JO rcssr It R Riley G B Likens RI D Walker and Marvin Bean were among the Hartford people who at tended tho Masonic Grand Lodge ar Louisville tho first of the week Wo are Indebted 10 Mr Ashford Mills of Alexandra neighborhood for a sample of grass nuts the first wt have ever seen This sample was grown in Davless county and Mr Mills informs fcus that it is claimed to bo a great hog food even having five times tho fattening force of corn The nut somewhat resembles tho familiar peanut Mrs S A Anderson Entertains The Ladles Social Cub was given a most delightful entertainment last Wednesday afternoon by Mrs S A Anderson at her beautiful home on Washington street The parlor and reception hall were made most attractive by bouquets of chrysanthemums and ferns Eight games Wprogroslve much were play ed and greatly enjoyed after which dainty ind dellglnful refreshments were served Each lady was present j I ed u charming little favor in the form an artificial apple pear or strawberry contulnng magnolia drops The guests of honor were esI dames C M Crowe O M Shultz T S Marks Alex Barnett A E Pate French Vlckers The members Ares ent were Mesdames W H F L Felix Z Wayne GriffinBarnesI Glenn W S Tlnsley Hams E B Pendlelon E E Blrk head A S Yewell R E L Simmer man S J Wedding R D Misses Leitie Marks Mattie WalkerI Hattie Barnett und Laura Public Sale Having sold my farm I will sellat public auction all my farming uten sils consisting of plows harness wag on buggy etc Saturday OctoUe- 2G I at 10 vt m at my puma 23 miles east of Hartford TERMS5 and under cash Ov er 3 six months time with good set curity AMANDA H PHILLIPS PALO Oct 1GFarmers are very busy making molasses The frost has damaged a lot of corn and cane in this part of thF county Miss Noru Tweddell and Mrs Nan nle Hines and daughter Ethel visit ed Mrs Sallle Renfrew of Sunnydale MondayMr Mrs Estlll Maden visited their sister Mrs J T Hines Satur day night Quite a large number of friends visited Mrs Annie Maden Friday Those present were Mesdames W N Coy Nannie Hines and daughters Etfiel and Lillfan Lucy Brown Suda Grumes Mollie Feemster Kate Dooly Nannie Feemster and Nannie Feeraste1 again May Colburn Jessie Maden amd Conle Lee Grumes All report a Joy timeMesdames Luck BrownSuda Grumes Nola Coy and sox Nan leHInes and children Sallle Madn and son Carl and Annie Maiden were the guests of Mrs W N Coy Thursday Master Herman Coy is on the sick listMr John Bunger and family and Mr Lish Durbin and family hay moved to Butler county Master Claudie Bunger is very sick Mrs Suda Hines of Sunnydale will give a birthday dinner Friday in hon 0or of her 47th birthday Mrs Belle Wimsatt and children visited her mother Mrs Tom Hines weeknMrs Lula Tucker and children vis ited her mother Mrs Josephine TW d dell Tuesday Miss Effio Powers of Sunnydale is visiting her sister MrsArvlll Coy this weekI 1L1i J ri BOYSVALlflWEOBUG r AND DIEM INSTANTLY f i Physician at His Side in Few Minutes 4 but Could Do Nothing to Save Him Almost Instant death from swal owing a candle moth IB the fate that befell tenyearold Jesse Moore Eon of George Moore of theWhltesvllle section The moth passed Into the boys wind pipe and although a physician was in the house at the time the effects were so rapid and fatal that he could do nothing to save the childs life The peculiar accident occurred at the home of George Moore a shoi distance south of Whitesvllle Tho boy and his father were sitting in front of the fire Tho former had I fallen asleep in his chair his mouth slightly open I A large moth was fluttering around the lamp which sat on table near the boy Suddenly thel moth flew into the boys open mouthIThe father saw it and the boy would bo wakened but was alarmed when instead he became black in the face and was apparent ly thrown Into convulsionsI In an adjoining room a smaller 6 child of the Moorcs was ilk Dr McDonald of Whltesville had called attend It and he anti Mrs Moore j wore at time bedside at the time Mr Moore hurriedly called Dr McDon old The doctor was at the boys side within a few seconds after he fOi1Hllhimcould be done for him The inuili had gone down the boys throat and lodged squarely in the top i of the windpipe completely shutting off Ills breath Even this under orj I dlnary circumstances would not have I produced death so quickly and it is supposed that sumo peculiar Irrlta lion of the nervous system was produced I i which hastened the process The funeral was held from the home Saturday afternoon Tho body i was burled in the family cemeterrII Something Buttons made while you wait Cloth to match your goods Any tlzeIIBARNARD COI BEDA i Oct 1GHev Hartford of Livermore preached at the 11 E Church II Sunday Rev Hozarth Arnold will preach j at the C P Church next Sunday morning Mr James McSherry has purchas ea houso and lot in South Beaver Dam and will move there soon Miss May Mills entertained a few of her friends at her home Monday hissesIlone McSherry Nelly MlllsAltha Li kens Gustine Mills Messrs Dennis WardI Grove Mr Dennis gone to Whitesvllle to accept a position for the winter The Debating Society organized ut this place last Friday evening will oclockrSale in Buggies IIBargain We will sell Buggies and Surries at cost For 10 days beginning Satur day October 12 Call and look at our stock OHIO CO SUPPLY CO MATANZAS- Oct 16 Sowing wheat and making sorghum molasses is the order of the day here lIon A B Tichenor and wife are in Louisville this week Mr Tichenor Is attending the Grand Lodge of the F and A M which meets there this weekArch Coffman who has been con fined to his room for several days with appendicitis Is able to be out again Miss Lillie Patterson who Is teach Ing upper Point school is not teach ing this week on the acount of sick ness Mrs Thomas Young of Providence Ky visited L E Everly and wife a few days ago JF Hill is erecting a nice real dence R B Lowe dad wife of Bowling Green Ky visited relatives here last week- e W A Brown has gone to Island this week to do some carpenters work W B Rowe of Island was her last Sunday J P Tichenor went to Beaver Dam last Sunday Mose Hudson and Harry OBannon passed through this place last Sat urday The Sunday school at this place is progresslpg nicely Some of the folks hero attended church at Smallhous last Sunday Mrs Cynthia Shull of Render and t Ify 1L41 LslilLai s f f a2IJIJfI dlJ i F llFA J Ii The weftthcrhaving as serted the filet that Fall is right nay upon us our thoughts promptd by Jack Frost turn to heavi er Underwear heavier Shoes and heavier Oloth ing and rearingapparel of all kinds For anything in the lines mentioned you can not do bettor than to come to us Our stock is complete in these lines our prices are always cor I rect and our merchandise is of the newest and most iapproved patterns No outofdate goods ill stock Everytliing new tasty and very reasonable in price M a mny nsuaQI 8 Eor the Boys fo New line ofBoys Clothing just received Visit us 0tf and inspect this line No Letter Clothing fur Boy made Nothing shoddy in thisonly good hones 5 Clothing at liveandletlive prices Bring your J Boys to us for the right sort of Clothing at right S Prices IS Shirts and Collars A We are also opening a new lot ot Cluett and Mon I arch Shirts also a new Collar fir this town anti a goodonetheCorlissCoon they sell at only two for 25c but outwear others Mark them and see r No Collar can be bettor made no matter what you apay Reliable Dry Goods Depend oiT Barnard rCoHARTFORD KENTUCKY v Mrs Wm McDonnell of CcralvovlsIII Hed relatives here last Joo Kinchclou and wifoof CClItrall City visited relatives here urday and Sundayar v One Mother and Her Son On a high bluff overhanging Rough River valley just South of here Is aIsolitary gravestone the inscription on which arrests time attention of the chance passerby lack in the break ing dawn of the nineteenth century in an isolated farm house In a scarce ly broken wilderness known since as I The Old Orchard a woman died The few but generous neighbors gathlC ejed in and born the crumbling cIa out into the wild forest and made Itt a grave Along with the uncounted millions that haves thronged the way of death this womans name and time and place were unrecorded but for a sorrowing son who brought n slab of stone and chiseled on Its face this appealing epitaph In Memory of Rachel Sprigg who departed this life on the 13lh of August 1803 at 1 oclock p m aged 29 years three months and five days Done by Joseph Barnett son of the deceased Not strangei ndeedthat a son should bring a stone to mark his mothers burial place and engrave upon its face the date of birth and dcathl1nd length of life in years and months and days but this man arched and crowned his efforts to preserve his mothers memory when he made the cold gray mar ble proclaim the very hour she died At 1 oclock and done by her son These away her epitaph were as cold and breathless as those of a mllllou other strangers that we pass unnoticed by But by these he tells us how well he loved her and how much he sorrowed when she died Custom pride and duty each has played Us hollow part in raising tablets to thti dead and poets have hlghstrnng their I harps to grace them with a mocking melody but out of a heart burdened to the breaking with sorrow this rue tic son unskilled In the art of phrase evolved an epitaph that shall preserve his mothers memory till heat and I frost and storm dissolve the yieldin- e stone This epitaph is all the record left I us now of the mother or the son yet we know more This touching effort to herald down the aisles of time very hour she died would be paid 011I ly to a saintly mother and paid only by a kingly son We know too that the son was already orphaned of his j paternal parentfor note his mothers name and his are not the same l Sunday morning I stood alone by vv ancient ard siliuuy grave in a now gliening with the mi liimn frost Though made a iloaom years before tilt fare ol nation fall Waterloo thi grave is still a loua spot removed tihke from the j ai ways and habitations of men Tl1ctf are it Is true some neighbors IK death as calmly slwpirg lu a clr can mound a few rods to the South but these are of a race now paasfnsc 1ftIaloooIllsStanding Ly tie hallowed spot the splendid forest only re removed that fur Went a near maintained a holy solitude 1m p this sacred prednci How the gioo oaks and stately elms had spread th hs reaching branches to shade the lOft tary tomb how n autumns cull ihw had shed their ripened foliage to slws tthis consecrated ground against tint winters snows and how at last this woodsman came to garner this latest wealth but with such reverent oars that trunk nor branch nor bouvdu brushed the clingnlg muss from tbis stony messenger from the morning of the nineteenth cnnniry with its star of a godly mutter and her noble sons Will some who read this watch thof stone when I am guns and if It tally raise it to its honored place again While I live that task is mine J II THOMAS Narrows Kyi v We Trust ti Doctors b IF you are suffering from impure blood thin blood de bility nervousness exhausT lion you should begin at once with Ayers Sarsaparilla thei Sarsaparilla you have known sall your life Your doctor knows it too Ask him about iu- Unlcu hero lit dally action of the bowel r poisonous products are nbiorbvd causing lieaU o nausea dripepiln mid than i beeter alt vegetabtoMade II byr O Ayer Co Lowell Moos Alto manufacturer vf 9 IIAIR tlti0 AWE CURE lJePs CHEJSY PECTORU T70 have no leorets VTe publish i tho formulas of all our mediciney q 1vtSr nr 1r frF ffi r- rr 4 tr yr w I ANIMALS MAYBE I TURNED TO STONE I italian Chemist Here to Show Scientific Men What r rlhe Can Dot Agostino Giuesppo Grosso a mist of Vcrcclll Italy now stoppin- at St Lukes place New York de A clares he Inns found a way to turn or Ic substance into sionc Grosso ar rived here on Saturday on the steam er Re dltalia and wants to Stay long enough to convince the scientific men of this country that his discovery is practical the chemist has brought with him several substances upon which he has tried his process the basis of which is a chemical the nature of which ho holds a profound secret Grosso dis covered It by the merest accident Fourteen years ago while he was in eggsltor occasionHeehaddno case of Ecuador way of refrigerating the consignment and began experimenting with preservatives He bored tiny holes in the eggs and tried injecting various chemicals None seems to accomplish the work In trying one powerful drug he inject ed a small quantity in several eggs and a few hours later found everyone of them as hard as a rock He tried to break the shells but could net make the slightest dent Grosso hold the eggs before a strong light and was surprised to find that tho yolk ant white of each one were a perfect as before purification Ho continued his experiments on beef and vegetables The result was the same with each trial No matter how soft the original substance it was converted into stone The chemist went back to Vercllll and before a gathering of doctors at the Hospital Mnrrizlano gave a series of demonstrations The body of a dog was petrified in standing position and the animal was made to look as r natural as life Beetles frogs snakesI and other things were put process and after tained their lifelike allpearanceI In each instance the chemist inocu lated tho specimen with a small quantity of the mysterious drug by means of a hydcrmic syringe Grosso was always careful that the BIIICI tators should not see the chemical whenever he used it he went behind a screen then brought the specimen out and allowed tho doctors to watch the Jirocess of petrification as it went on Grouse says it takes aboutthree hours lie hats among his specimens hero a chicken that was petrlflcdwingq and all This he says yours ago The chicken looks about as it would in the barnyard Its eyes have their original luster and every detail is perfect Uy my process said Grosso I will be able to preserve animals ex actly as they appear In life It can petrify an elephant ax easily as a tiny bug It is all done the same way by the use of the chemical and the hy podermic syringe 1 have made the experiment on human 1g1 and arms and the result lias been perfect While I have not tried to petrify any large bodlessuch as those of horses or elephants I do not think It would require more than five or six hours at the most 1willin place of the embalming chemical employed in preparing the mummies they would even now look just as tluy j dill at the time of death There would be tile same color as in life My 1110t cms requires no stuffing such as Is now done in mounting birds and ani male I have immersed small insects in tills chemical and have also used it on flowers and leaves I have the specimens today and they look herofectly natural I believe this process IstOIteenNew York orldeThe Prico of Health nmlarlIOUIIof a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills writes Ella Slayton of Noland Arkh Now Life Pills cleanse gently Impart now life and vigor to the sysj turn fir Satisfaction guaranteed ati all druggists m j t NOTICEI Claude Maddox et al for moNon 01I dor graded common school district h It appearing that Claude Maddox and twentythree other legal voters who i are tax payers In the town of Mellen ry Kr a town of tho sixth classhave filed U petition on the 28 day of June j 1907 In conformity with tho Kentucky Statutes section 44C1 it is therefore 1 ordered and adjudged by the Court that the boundary of the proposed T umoi Kliool district be ns t a i Ly thv County Judge and i 43I it r ll faa l IIK at U C SmllhgiucludI- nfe tiieucf nninirg Eaat to Jno Dn irfil1eh iig him thence to MrS C M Hunters house including I 7r 4 i r 4 1 1 1 JI I 014 It thence to Sam Maddoxs including him thence to Orville Phelps in eluding him thence to the Hiram Maddox farmincludiug 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 noys houBoincluding ltand thence to the beginning R D Martin Sheriff of Ohio county is directed to open a poll in said dlsg at tho next regular State election to bo held therein on Tuesday after the first Monday in November 1907 for the purpose of tatting the sense of the legal white voters in said proposed graded common school district upon tlio proposition whether or not a annual tax of fifty cents on each 100 worth of property assesed in said pro posed graded common school district belonging to said white voters or corpora tion and a poll tax of 150 per capita on each male inhabitant over twenty one years of age residing in said pro posed graded common school district for the purpose of maintaining a graded common school in said graded common school district and for erect lug purchasing or repairing suitabl- buildings therefor- It is further adjudged by the Court that the proposed graded common school is approved in writing on the petition by the majority of tho 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 ing 911 said petition by the County Supt of Schools that no point on the boundary of said proposed district Is more than two and onehalf miles from the 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 13 Martin is further di rected to publish this order in some weekly newspaper published In thoI County for at least twenty days be fore the election and also to advertise the same by printed or written handbills posted at five conspicuous places n said proposed graded common school district for the same length of time and shall appoint a Judge and Clerk of 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 they Clerk shall record his vote herein as the voter may direct and they shall at the same time and place hold an election at which a Board consisting of six- rustees shall be elected by the duly ualified voters of said proposed grad ed common school district Acopy Attest W S TINSLEY C O C C Persuant to the foregoing order and judgment I will cause to be opened a poll at the time and place and in thoI manner and for the purposes therein directed- R B MARTIN S 0 C Oct 3 1907 If you take DeWIlte Kidney and madder Pills you will get prompt relief from backache weak kidneys Int flammation of the bladder and urlnI ary troubles A weeks treatment 25 cents Sold by all druggists mti MUCH OF A GOOD THING Little Loneliness is Very Wholesome to Any Body at Timesr To the spiritual health and growth of the human soul it is necessary that ne should have some periods in which one may be alone in which one may aside from the narow circum and conditions which hem in very life in which one may come face to face alone with the great truths of existence And these periods of solitude are absolutely denied to soup women- I know women old old womenwho ave never been alone in all their lives who have grown up In the midst of family life perhaps oven sharing a bedroom with a sister who have gone from their fathers house to their husbands living always fn the com panionship of brothers and sisters or husband and children with no space allowed them for the separate life that belongs to every human being The person who hits not some tiny spots to which ho or she may retreat when weary or disgusted or even very happy Is indeed to be pitied and Is almost as much to be pitied as tho lonely person Bitten by a Spider Through blood poisoning caused by spider bite John Washington of Bosqtieville Tex would have lost Ills leg which became a mass of running sores had he not been persuaded to try Bucklens Arnica Salve Ho writes The first application relieved and Ill boxes healed all tho sores Heals every sore 25c at all druggists m THE CURSE OF POISONOUStOGAINE Use of the Drug Spreading an Even Children aae Victime An Item in the news CohiniuBof one of the New York dailies records the attempted suicide of n boy sixteen years of age It is possible that this boy will die one can hardly wish that he should live indeed for the cause ofi his effort to end his life was the crI caine habit It seems that In the boy verliablncurse has reached such proportion the n crusade has been organized to stamp out thelllegal selling or use of the drug Over 100 arrests have already been made and this unfortunate lad evidently feared public disgrace if ho did not pull an end to a ruined life His relatives had made every street to cure him of tho fatal habit but no mesas could be found to rob the co caine of its fascination for the boy 11111et dead several boxes of cocaine wore in his pockets Tao widespread use of this drug hate reached a point where + cocaine snould hlllallmenlCcunder Yuan ShihKil Is making a kady and dultTmhud fight agilnsr the opium habit In this county the cocaine hubit universally recognized by physicians as tIlt most dangerous of all artificial means of sriniUht rug or deadening the faculties Is griming headway at a rave BO rapid that I KO who have siudled the situation hesitate to predict the probable results NV alone among too white race but among the negroes also has till cocaine habit Vnaclicd alarming propor lions A writer In one of the current periodicals vela ns n case in which the negroes working in a certain place were systematically kd into debauchery by a fiend In human shape a white man who Induced them to use cocaine and thus reduced them from fairly efficient workers to Idlers or brute according to their natural ton dencies The effect of cocaine Is acknowledged to be without exception prnl clous when used for any purpose other than a strictly therapeutic one h de bases the mind antI morals Bitch 11 bases tho mind and morals much more quickly than opium and its affect on time vital forces in almost Iniinrdlau Deterioration of cr r t nf rile bodily systole Is the penallybr Its or1IngSPltl1orlaws by which all socalled medicine containing cocaine must bo plainly laws by which all socalhd medichus containing cocaine must be plainly labeled tho scourge is spreading Without doubt we have to thank these medicines for good part of the evil Many persons were in the habit of using powders containing cocaine before the new laws were enacted with- Out the slightest suspicion of the fa taste which they were thus acquir lngITier Is however at till present no reason for condoning tho ac Ion of anyone who in order to put an end to a temporary discomfort ondnn grs the health of his mind raid body by using any formula which contains cocaine without tho express orders of a physician Unfortunately we cannot hope that a persistent effort will stamp out the cocaine habllIt has gone too fur for that but sttcn action will inevitably contribute toward this merely desirable but essential If we are not to find a largo el ement in our population speedily on a lower plane than the Chinese as users of drugs authorities told citizens must cooperate in all parts of the country to make the word cocaine abhorred of every decent person unless I used In connection with the description of seance in tho dentists chair or of a surgical dperatlon Providence Journal 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 and colds and is good for every member of the family Sold by all druggists m Fortyone Shots in Duel An affair of honor was settled here the other day in a manner that eclipses all the traditions of French dueling Two local aristocrats decided to settle a dispute with swords in the woods near Portlcl but when they got there a reconciliation was affected and the party adjourned for refresh I ments While they wore tiO engaged an angry dispute arose between San1 JMalato ono of the prlnclpls and Bosilone OUP of the other partys seconds and ft duel with pistols was impodiavely Jrranged pbutIlhC 0 r feet and fired fortyone shots WllttO t touching each other The forlyseconi shot fired by Sari Malatp grazed his opponents cheek Honor was satis fled they embraced each other mid wardble coolness during a Veritable hail of bulletsII Tho mornings work occupied throe and a half hours Naples Cable to New York Sun The Louisville Herald has advanced the Subscription price so that we cannon ac cept subscription for lessthan 325 for Daily and The Re publican and 135 for Weekly with The Republican BACK TO THE OLD FASHIONED PARLOR No Place Like it tor Unrestrai- nt and Successful Court ship In some rural comunlticH the pass notlprovedYoung women with nsplradons toward style who yearned for uptodate foy er halls and got their wish mire not so happy as they expected to be Sim ilarly young women with the name yearnings who failed to realize them hire not so unhappy over the failure as they once were Tho reason is that a promoter of courtship the newstyle parlor cant hold a candle to the oldstyle parlor says the New York Sun The rural beau doesnt like if In rural communities young people to be sure have plenty of chances to meet but the real evidence that there is something doing In tIn ciniship line that Jane and John are keep ing company is when ihe parlor sit tings begin As a moans to an end tho oldfaskloncd parlor could HOC be beaten Never a family sitting room Its aloofness gave encouragement to the suitor The uptodate parlor present IxI COUdltlOnslrhereentire use on occasions j Jamestown TerCeTitennial Ex position NORFOLK VA APRIL 20 TO NO VEMBER 30 1907 IRates from Beaver Dam Ky SEASON EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30 In elusive Final return limits Dec 15 1907 Rates for round trip 3045 CODAYS EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30in elusive Final return limits Sixty CO days from date of sale not to exceed December 15 1907 Rates for round trip 2870 15DAYS EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 19 to November 30 inclusive Final return limits 15 days from date of sale not to exceed December 15 Rate for round trip 523CO COACH EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 25 1907 and on tack Tuesday front April 30 to No vember 20 1907 inclusive Final return limits Ten days front date of sale Rate for round trip 1630 J E WILLIAMS Agent Locamotive for Tunnels In the operation of time tunnels of tho Pennsylvania Railroad under New York City between the tunnels and I outside levels It will be necessary to I establish mountain grades on which- tho traffic must be handled at high speed Thin calls for a locumotlve more powerful than heretofore built of any typo Ono of the leading electrical construction companies of this country hits just built a 4000 horsepow er which Is about to be put to pre liminary test on the tracks In the trails made at the works the cur rent was taken from overhead wires at 11000 volts OASTOPIXADear theTha Kind You Hava Always Bought Slgcatau LAST CALLF- or Tax in Ohio County The time is getting near when un der tho 190G act of the Legislature I will be compelledto collect all taxes so if you havent a tax receipt when that time come you will have to pay 18 per cent penalty and clerk coat 170 extra So dont fall to pay your tax at once and save this extra cost RB MARTIN 8 0 C 1 I Help toe Horse No article Js more useful about tile stable than Mica Axle Crease Put a little on the spindles before hook bringthe flood bone quieter horse and rMICA AXLE GREASE wear willbetter than any other grease Coats the axle with a hard smooth surface of powdered mica which reduces friction Ask the dealer for Ilca Axle Grease STMtSMO OIL COMPANY rrebd I I I I h Nerve Sick- If weak wornout j nervous cannotsleep i have indigestion head- acheI neuralgia or peri odic pains it is because your nerves are weak It is the lack of nerve force that makes the stomach heart lungs etc work imperfectly become sick Dr Miles aSTerviue cures the sick when it restoresI nerve strength and puts the power behind the or gans to do their work IAlmmot three years I suffered frQm Indigestion mid pnlplth tlon of tho heart I could not eat or sleep with comfort or walk or talk without suffering Altogether I was In a bad condition My doctor did not seem to do mo tiny good I hud tried no many remedies that I did not havo much hopo of any of them doing moan good Dr Miles Nervine was suggested by a friend I pot relief daysIrelieved my heart and nerves but has Invigorated my whole system I nm very Khxtcful because since I have stopped using It I have had absolutely no return ot my ol trouble MUS HOWAHD Form60 Summit Ave Worcester Mass yourdruggistfirst bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind and TRADEMARKS promptly obtained In all countries or no fee Wo obtain PATENTS THAT PAY advertise them UioroutfU at our expense and uelp you to IUCCCM Send model Photo or sketch for FREE report on jntentnbllltr 20 year practice SUR FortreeOuldoJlookBO3BOQ Soventh StreetWASHINGTON D C L The Safets and Quick est Way to Transfer Money IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE I Fur Rates Apply to Local Mgr Cumberland Tel I Tel Go1 IXCOWOUATKII T D RENFROW I T DENTIST All work In his line executed by the most Improved methods Crown and bridge work a specialty All work guaranteed Office up stairs next door to Wocruers shoe store Hart I fordII JAMES C BENNETT 10 llox Ii3 Hartford IyILICENSEDJ AUCTIONEERWill erty In Ohio county Terms reasona ble Your patronage solicited JJ t9 JIC ss tJd jta 0 itI111I A I Arilo l bi S AI HURTFORD KY 01 practice their profousion in till the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties and Court of Appeals Special attention given to till business entrusted to their vcarc Collections and tlo Prac J1Yspec I FRANK L FELIX AttOI at Law 1WlIland adjoining counties and In thq Court of Appeals Criminal practice arid collections a Specialty Office in the Mar aid building CHAS M CROWE v LAWYRR HARTFORD KY Will practice Iris profession in nil the courts of OhIo and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Special atItention given to criminal practice r to collections Office In old RepubllcanIbuilding on Center street JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collections making abstracts Se also Notary Public for Ohio county Office north side public square I R IL WEDDING Attorney at law HARTFORD KY Will practice in tho State and Federal Court Prosecutes claims for pensions btc Collections promptly attended to ruurtyncClco 3l L HKAVltlN KISKK8T VOOIMVAIU IlEA VRIN WOODWARD 1 QOCIY 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 i Ice next door to Banlc of Hartford I YANCYL MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Public Court of Appeals Also No tary Office over First National Runic iv II IIAKNKS S AANDEHSOll BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY thoyhavetice 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 given special attention Notary in office W II BARNES S A ANDERSON GRADUATE NURSEj MIS SUSIE MAYIA graduate of Owensboro City Hos pital has located in HARTFORD timesResidencephone No 137iSubscribe for THE T3 REJUBLII advance a IOUG i RIVtR TELEPHONE COMPANY j INUORPUkATknt CoIsby home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll vice i which is being constantly serII lconversationt cJtJi Hartford Ky P ITTrDCore 1 i i STOMACH Qulek oll andCero forHadTho best tonic Curative JLacntf Backache Dlzslncas oLWER 6 KIDNEYS Indigestion Malaria etc Medicine for these dU stases SOc Guaranteed I h I i y f try n1 A d a y p n t K STAND ON A- BARREN DESERT r r Fisherman Exists Fourteen Days on a Crab And Dead Sail After battling with tho elements for four days in an open boat August Kbcht a fisherman of tilt schooner 411 Icy aild formerly Il dragoon In the Czars army was stranded on the desert island of Unimak where he ex Isted for fourteen days on a crab and the carcass of a seal which lie Pound there tWhen lie was picked up by the Alice u codfish ng boat from Seattle which had put Into Dublin 1 jfor IL supply of wetter Kochtwut lg weak from hunger and cold thai hit+ could barely creep on his hands and knees tend wave the signal ol distress which brought him assistance On board the Alice Kocht was fed with whisky mill milk and hla s7ol len limbs rubbed with alcohol It wa six days before ho was able 10 stunt upon his feet Four hundred miles the point witoro ho was pick norlhfofj was turuid over no the schooner Stanley anti ynerdpy urriv ed in port on board thai v ssol While fishing for cod May 10 off the Island ofUniinak the dory which Kocht occupied was swept away front the schooner Stanley by n terrific i southwestern For four days tho dte tressed fisherman battled with till waves Ono of tilt oars broke ttiide the strait on the stcond day and h drifted helplessly I Then tine dory capsized half a mil off the shore of the Island As tin boat upset a heavy codfish hook caugh Iin the back ot Kocuts teLL imnu was only by gnawing tho heavy twine with his teeth that the fisherman suc ceeding Hi escaping from tho leash which held him to the wrecked bold Kocht finally managed to reach the I beach where he sang donw in dis tress The hook he managed to tear from his hand with his teeth For two weeks Kbcht suffered pri vationa to which but for his sup erb vitality he must have succumbed On the fourth day of his stay on the island he found a dead crab lying In the sand Upon this he lived fur three days without water There was no refuge where he might seek shelter and he was compelled to pace the beach during the night to keep warm Almost crazy with thirst Kocht wandered thirty miles Inland I In search of water at last finding ItI in some small ctifts In the rocks 1Refreshed with the water Kocht once more wandered back tot he show to get up n lonely vigil for a passing lt ship There cast upon tho beach he found the body of a seal lord upon the carcass the marooned man con trived to exist sleeping In the daytime when the sun warmed the sound and pacing the shore during tho cool f nights From a piece of canvas from the wrecked dory Kocht manufactured a signal and twice a day as long as his strength lasted chimed to a pin nacle of rock where he kept a look ont for a passing sail When the schooner Alice hove in sight Kocht was so weakened from his suffering that ho could barely creep upon his knees The schooner stood off from the shire and the skip per motioned for him to swim Fear ful lest tho vessel might pass him by i Kocht sank unconscious on the sand and It was thus that the fisherman found him It was not until he was revived on board the schooner that Kocht learn ed that within forty miles of the it place where he was standed there Is a lighthouse Capt Wallstedt of the schooner Stanley stated that follow Ing Kochts dlsappearence he sent out two dories but was unable to find a trace of him Seattle Times There Is more Catarrh In this section of the country than all other dis eases put together and until the last It a lo few years doctors pronounced A cal remedies and by constantly fall ing to cure with local treatment pro nounced it Incurable Science has pro nounced catarrh tpbe a constitutional disease and therefore requires con stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only coq 3titutional euro on the market It Is k ikken internally In doses from 10 drop 0 a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the 6system They offer one hundred dol lars for any case It fails to cure Sent for circulars and testimonials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Sold by druggists 75c l Take Halls Family Pills tfor con ctlpatlon PlaygroundsI The Washington Asso r elation has asked for over 2GO000 to bo appropriated for its work next year A tew years ago the Idea of approprl sting so much money for play purpos- esi would have been scoffed at but Ildeasnnd ideals are charging and play has an importantplace in the sot J r F I clalwork of today All tho largo clt iS nro appropriating good amount of money fur tm nromuilou cf tho playground plans ugtl that they consldt tho motley well spent Is demonstrated by tho fact that each yetis the sum is itVJreasad Baltimore should not be OClallIand cliroctng1 the chlHru in ktfplnj hm Iim io contmraLing Influ rsnco of tIlt utrciciH should have the citys hoary moral and financial support II Is to be hoped that any requisition which tho Baltimore Play grounds Association will make will bn promptly met Bnlimoru AnvrlCin Hsrfiird Business Institute A strong business reparation for n successful commercial career is now recognized as a necessity by every leading men One of Americas great est Inisiness nun 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 sate guard she can have Is a business edu cation by means of which to earn her dosmands What could be more pitiable that to see a young woman in luxu ry thrown on her own resources without a practical education- It is no longer a question of getting IOllS for students but g Uirs stu deals ready for positions The demand Is greater than the supply While we have had a strong class of students during the past two years we have not been able to fill the demands that tare been made upon us for compe tent bookkeepers and stenographers Young men and young women with a good common school education have enrolled with us finished the course and with their money making capacity greatly increased have gone out to positions of honor and trust Do you want to be one of this num ber of successful young people If so write us for further Information Cat slogs sent free Address all communl caUcus to Nettie Rogers Principal Hartford Ky- BREATHITT VSJsft COUNTY- UNIQUE WARRANT Authorizes High Constable to Take Defendant Where He Haint and WhcreHe Is The following Is a copy of a warran issued iwemylivo years ngo in Breath lit county the famous feud county of Kentucky I Jackson Terry being Magistrate and Squire and Justice of the peace of the State of Jetts Creekdo hereby issue the following writ against Hen derson Harris charging him with as sault and the battery and a breach of the peace upon ills bro herinlawTho Fox by name This warrant accuses him of knocking kicking and biting and throwing rocks and doing everything that was meats and contrary io law of the State of Jetts Creek as aforesaid 1 herewith authorize the high Constable of Use State of Jetts Creek iiiiles Terry by nameto go forthwith and forthcoming and ar rest the said Henderson Harris This warrant of the State of Jetts Creek aujhorizes him to take him on the hillside as well as the level take him where he halnt as well as where ho is to bring him forthwith before me to be dealt with according to law of the State of Jets Creek as afore said JACKSON TERRY High Official Magistrate Squire and Justice of the Peace of the State of Jetts Creek as aforesaid Moose Visits Main Town- A big bull moose with a magnifi cent set of antlers is prowling about Ellsworth Wednesday morning the family of M J Drummey on the Franklin road saw the Moose in the road in front of the house about 6 oclock Mr Drummey went from the house to get a closer view of tho lord of tho forest and came upon him un expectedly only twentyfive feet off Tho moose trottd off a short dis tance and turned to look at him Mr Drummey remembered the old story about whistling to rabbits and he tried iton the moose It worked The moose turned and started toward him Mr Drummey started for the tall tim ber which In that vicinity happened to be a cedar tree Safely and quick ly up tho tree he turned expecting tp see the moose beneath liimbut the big fellow had disappeared The moose returned to the road stopped for a survey of the situation and when Mr Drummeys son gave chase ho trotted through the garden and Into the pas ture toward Blacks meadowKen nebec Journal Notice There will be a call meeting of the Industrial cooperative Association at McHenry school house Saturday Oct 19 1907 at 1 p m for the purpose of electing receiving the money sub Bcribdo to said Association and considering other business pertaining to the best Interest of the Association Given under my hand this Oct 6 1907 CHAS W MILLIKIN Sec K di I IMMUNITY FOR TAYLOR A Mora Campaign Card From Beckham and Franklin The Clinton Gazette a Democratic paper In discussing the offer to grunt Gov W S Taylor Immunity from ar rest If he should return to Kentucky to testify In the Powers case says The offer by Mr Franklin and Gov i Beckham of Immunity from arrest if I he would come to testify In the Pow I ors case was a more campaign card I It seems to have been made through I the public press and not pro forma to Mr Taylor himself We have no patience with such cheap methods In politics We protest against the be littling of Goebels assassination by such politics Better the cases against edIthing of by coldblooded politicians of UCl1tdaSOUTH TRIMBLES LETTER Irho Herald printed on Its first page yesterday morning A letter saidI to have been written In 1899 by South Trimble Democratic nominee for TheItion commissioner to lend himself to I Improper purposes to Insure the elec i tion of the Democratic ticket Is so pertinent that It needs no further elu cidation It Is well calculated to standi strictly on its own merits to plead andIThe spectacle of a candidate for th high office of lieutenant governor a position which makes the governor ship within reach in case of death or mishap urging an election commis stoner to vacate his office in favor of another who It was alleged woul lend himself more readily to the purposes of the machine is one which the voters of Kentucky may well con template with alarm It Is true that South Trimble was no a candidate for lieutenant governor In 1899 but he was then South Trimble as he Is now South Trimble with the same motives the same mind the same Impulses the same standard o principle and hcuor the ambitions and we presume the same tactics It IB not for the people to presume that the South Trimble of 1899 IB any different than the South Trimble of 1901FWitness what the former congress man in alleged to have written In 1899pOur county Is all right safely Democratic but olty elections cannot be won with a fair count and you know that as well as I do Incompe tent unreliable Republican judges will ufIrepresent as cs be Ignored and the election commis stoners will have to do this or receive the ill will of the city Democrats I would not do It I could not con scientiously do so and I know that you would not therefore my advice to you Is to refuse to act I had a Mk with Judge Pryor on the subject and he said that if you would refuse to act he would appoint anyone that we might Indicate which would be Ben Marshall You know Ben Is so partisan that he thinks any thing Is right that helps the Demo crats Ho would not do it because as he says ho could not conscientiously do so A fine highclass sense of morals He could not do It but he could have others do It He could not do It but could urge another man to be a party to the offense He could not do it but he could conceive and devise the schemeMeanwhile Governor Bgckham and S W Hager the candidate for gover nor are preaching the doctrine of reform of good government and honesty In oflh e Governor Beckham poses as a reformer of Louisville and Indorses I South Trimble Hager promises good government with South Trimble pre siding over the senate The Demo cratic ticket offers clean government with the alleged author of that letter running for the second highest office within the gift of the people of Ken tucks What choice Is there left to the voters On the one hand they are offered a ticket teeming with the un wholesome stench of mismanagement corruption and machine politics while on the other they are offered a ticket headed by Willson and Cox a ticket of men promising a clean administra lion and proposing to give a clean ad ministration when elected Louisville Horald MORE GRAFT We have heretofore called attention la these columns to the fact that Big iVlngato Thompson the governors pri vale policeman stands charged by the grand jury of thus county of the o1- feneoof j selling liquors without a state orefty BO to do although he I baa United States license We have Iso remarked that Mr Thompson was rI a f I r t seeping some sprt of n boarding house in the now capitol grounds All theilIthings seem to have escaped tention of the governor for Thompson Is still feeding at the public cribIWe now desire to call the attention of the public to the fact that Thomp sons boarding house was furnished with blankets and such like from the state arsenal here We do not know by whose authority and permission butwe are Informed from a source we believe to be reliable that all the blankets Thompson has In his lodging house he obtained from the state arsenal They must havo been given or loaned him which is in fact the same as there Is no report of record where hey w evor sold and the I proceeds covered Into the treasury It is bad enough to keep him on the payroll as policeman but it appears to outsiders thnt there exists sonic sort of partnership or other tie that glens Wingate Thompson this unusual favor He Is furnished ground for his lodging house and allowed to sell liquors without license and all the policed man 1906 The above Is from n Democratic paper whose editor was and In a par tisan Democrat It was written on the ground and so far as known to the- I writer has never been contradicted This happens In the capital of the state and In the county where trees fruits vegetables rocks hills clays grasses corn und hogs are made to vote the Democratic ticket The Journals Attitude Toward the County Unit Bill The Kentucky Journal the person il organ of Governor Beckham the mouthpiece of the administration at Frankfort and Its defender on all occasions exclaimed during tho pen lency of the County Unit Bill In 1900 Kill tho County Unit Bill It Is hoped goodeind all Later It said The Antl Saloon League has Issued i proclamation against the County Unit Bill as amended by the senate tnd announced that It will fight the measure and those who vote for It oftendind so will not excite even tho weakest Uneed Still later this same organ after congratulating the good profile f Lincoln county on winning a local addedtor more demoraliz ing than the open saloon That Is tho stock argument of every whisky manThe attitude of the governors per the of Gen heflaid Wo all fought that bill but when we saw one had to pass and the passing the County Unit Bill with all the big cities exempt will satisfy the liquor men In tho cities and the temperance folks In the country we just delivered the goods to both ildes h w PEOPLE EITHERA- RIGHT HAND OR BOTH FourFifths of the Babies ani Said to fo Ambidex trousI righthandedIfleas suIt of nursing and Infantile treatment to be due to early practice in writing j resuitmote causes Sir James Sawyer declares that the perferentlal use of the right hand is due to the fact that in primitive days man used the right hand for the purposes of offense so as to keep the heart the vital spot1 as far as possible from the assault of an adversary Recent experiments ani observations however prove that sin glehandedness Is merely the result of faulty or restricted education- It Is a curious Instance of human I contrariness that should one eye one ear or one leg of a child show signs I of diminished vigor the parents would Instantly seek the cause of and If possible the remedy for that lamenta ble condition yet for some explicable reason or prejudice the left hand of the average child is ruthlessly and de liberately neglected until In mature years Is an undeveloped useless and almost unnecessary appendage Careful observations have shown that out of every hundred persons In this world eighty arc congenitally ambidextrousthat is to say they will instinctively reach for an object with either hand and require only proper Instruction and training to develop both hands and arms to an equal degree of strength and skill Of the remaining twenty seventeen will bo righthanded while the other threo will show n natural boas toward tho left hand The cultivation of ambidexterity therefore offers no insuperable difficulties and the economical physiological and psychloglcal ad vantages are enormous It Is said that the Japanese soldiers can use their weapons with equal skill In either hand for they are trained to bo ambidextrous front childhood At school they are taught to write i I eatlittlea I to I Attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt bOtt1bheart This crowds tho heart and inter feres with its action and in the course ol time tho heart becomes dise- asedKq4p For Dyspepsia i i digests what you eat rnal of r thebodyStomach Inflammation of the mucous membranes lining tho Stomach and Diges live Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrb of the Stomach After eating my food would distress me by making weakFinallydials relief After using a few bottles lam cured MRS LORINO NICHOLS Penn Yen H Y 1 had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I bad heart trouble with It I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about four months and It cured me- D KAUBLB Honda 0I Digests What You Eat EtlliTfi Indliritlon rrtpmd tt the Lab oar stomach btlch orakty otleDWltt- fee of ass to C Otiie UB DRUGGISTSISOLD BY ALL u H ArictocraticClothing fittinglyIand Overcoats for there Is a style and snap about thorn that puts them in It class to t hemH hH The reason for i our garments being superior to other madetomeasure garments ar First Because we represent Tail ors that are masters of the art of making good Clothes Second Because years of experience in handling the tape line nits made our salesman accurate in taking meas ures I Third Because we have a perfect l order sheet giving an outline of every shape mash Immiiglnable If you have never tried us give us your next under and see if the gar melts do not bear out all we claim I and more Our prices are lower than I nil other madetoordor clothes com paring in quality anti workmanship clothIlingIOU and quoting price whether you order or not Respectfully PBARrS PANTmnIUMI P D TWEDDELL Prop n and draw with both hands In draw ing and painting no supporting vice whatever is used tho entire arm be I ing employed Tine German educational authorities too are at present giving considerable attention to lefthand work espe cially In their technical and mechan ical schools The students arc taught to saw plane and hammer as well with the left stand as with the right and j the economical and industrial importI ance of ambldcxtoriay is pressed upon the minds of young men I and women Tho Strand o0S WJJ eta RY 6aa I Sara thethe Kind You Have Always Bought Wgnattue It I of I Like Their Work Bailey precinct in Franklin county- In 1903 gave a unanimous vote of 219 to Beckham Hager and Co There were only 115 voters in tho precinct including the Republicans who had no representation Tho deficiency of voters was made up by voting such Inanimate things as occurred to the minds of the electlun officers Creek House Tree Box Log Wagon Pike Fleas Chip Grass Hog etc etc One of the names selected Is too Inde cent to print Since the fraud was discovered tho stub book of Bailey precinct has disappeared from time pttnklln county Clerks office Our purpose In calling attention to this fraud Is to note that Dr Bailey the Democratic manager for his precinct has been appointed Superintendent of the State Feeble Minded Institute and that Jas W Waldner who as Clerk of the precinct and wrote the fact I lions names Is Clerk again this year SunSentinel iIDII3vi aYe- Oha County Circuit CourtToF Birkhead Judge Ben D IUngo Attorney Oscar MJdklff Jailer Ed G Barrass Clerk Frank L Felix Master CommlsslonerjY L Mose ley Trustee Jury Fund R B Martin Sheriff Hartford Deputies S A llratcher L P Crowder W 0Ashley J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday In March and August and continues three weeks and third Monday In May and November two weeks County Court W B Taylor Judge W S Tlnsley Cleric 13 M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly CourtBegins on the third Monday In January April July and Oc toberCourt of claimsConvenes first Mon day In January Tuesday after second Monday In October Other OfilcersN Moxley Surveyor Hhrevc S W Leach Assessor RV HoyJames DeWceseSchool Superintend eat Hartford Jerome Allen CoroneSV Jingo ftf JUSTICES c C6tJilT a J H Williams Beaver DamMarch U Juno 23 September 21 December 24 26iW S Dean Dundoo March 27 June 20 September 2C December 27 W U Edge Fordsvllle Maich 2SJune 2 September 27 December 28 B S Chamberlain BcdaMarch 29 June 23 September 2S December i9 Herbert Render Contertown March 30IHAUTFOItD POLICE COLUT n 11 Wedding Judge J S GennClty Attorney Seth MoseluyMarahul Court convenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServices third Sunday In earn month at 11 a m and SundayIevery Wednesday evening Rev J A FrankIand Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Rev A B Gardner PastorC ChurchServices first Sunday I In each month at 11 u m and 7 p m PastorI every first RevICrowe J S Glenn W S TlnsleyC M Barnett Dr E B PendletonI City CouncllJ IL Williams Mayor C M CroweClerk C M BarnettTreasI urer IL E L Slmmerman Dr E B Pendleton A D Wlte Wm Pair Wm I Bean Dr J W Taylor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodgo No C73 F A Mar 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 Vlck crs Secretary I Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythtns meets every Tuesday night R D Walker C C n C Porter K of R and S Hartford Tent No 99 1C O T MI meets every Thursday night J C Her Commander D E Thomas nee I ord Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L 0 T M Meets first Friday evening and third FrKlny afternoon of each month Mrs 5J Wayne Griffin Lady Commander Miss Suo Telser Lady Record Keeper Preston Morton Post No 4 G A nholds regular meetings Saturday heir tho first Sunday In each month FrPorter Commander 11 A Anders Ohio Trlbo No 1SS Imp Order Red Men meets second and fourth Wednesday nights In each month Soth Mose ley Sachem J Ncy Foster Chief of RecordsWoodmen of the World meets first and monthI U A PROMPT EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR ALL FORMS O- FRHEUMATISM Lumbmgo Solmtlcm Neurmiglm Kidney Trouble and fed Diseases GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied externally It affords almost In stant relief from pain while permanent results are being effected by taking it In tern1l1y purifying the blood dissolving the poisonous substance and removing It from thesystemDR D BLAND Of Rrewton OB writesI had been a sufferer for a number of year with Lumbago and Hheumatlfm In my arm and legs and tried all the rerardlri that 1 could gather from medical work and alto consulted with a number of tUe beet phitlclane but found fromIfor rueuniatlim and kindred dlttaiei DR C L GATES Ilnncocft nilnn writesA llttlo girl hero bad such a weak backcanted by Ithrumatlem and Kidney Trouble that the cuuld not itand on bur reoet Tho moment they put her down on the floor she would scream with todaybeI precrlbe bUKOIS tor my patient and use It practiceFREE If you are suffering with Rheumatism KidneyTroubleus for a trial bottle of DROPS PURELY VEGETABLE opiumcocaineand other similar ingredients Large DOIee11tlUCOMPANYIDept ir MA 14 r I fir i 1nI JSjii i t J yontftm P d 1 1 I- iC 7 i tr 11 J r 1 itc 1 I I 1of t c 1 r t to oAH c J j a rtrt TT T r rtiTtT r r4th t f s RIGHT J START 1 j1 4 BARNES BROS BEAVER DAM HVIr r r i i 4 0j y Ji JAMMERS OF GRAY SON WILL POOL 5B55uity Society Arranged for I Pooling Tobacco in Leitcbfield I beitcliflelil Ky Oct HAs a re vsult of the A of E meeting lust weak the Leltchfleld Equity Pooling company has been organized and In corporate The new enterprise Is me the name Implies dlslgned to pool wod store tobacco The amount of the capital stock is 1500 all of which 1ms been subscribed and 750 paid in Tho amount of shares is 10 each ttie directors held their first meeting Holiday night and elected J C Ram sty as president and J T Carney sec retary and treasurer The warehouse of the Leilchfield lUlling company on Mill street near Main has been pur ehasod for 1200 and the work of taking pledges is on The plan is to hold the tobacco for a price of 12 31t 1111d8 a hundred according to crude It is proposed to advance GO per cent of the value of the tobacco growertrBEAVER DAM Oct 17Rev W B Wright did not III fill his apiwlntment here Sunday as he was In protracted meeting at Lew E- 1 isburg Ky 1 Miss Euva Barnes led the Epworth fJ League at M E church Sunday night I Mr Harry Monroe of Leitchfield goingJloi i Born to Mr and Mrs George W j bane on the 13th Inst a boy Mr W Williams was in Louisville vtm business this week f v i MissMny BIr and Mrs Herbert Stan J JeirtentErtalnaithc Ladles Flinch Club i1 cwt thou horn of the former at her 5 hXhr ry u home on Main street Saturday after noon- I Miss Sadie Thomas of Providence spent Sunday and Monday with Miss Pansy Stevens I Hiss CUla Meredith of Big Cllfty spent Sunday and Monday with MrsI J K Williams t Farm For A tract of land containing 200 acres or more about 3 miles from Hartford on the West side of Rough river reIII story residence acres good barn and plenty of water Will sell at a bargain ForI further particulars call or address R PIRTLE Hartford Ky FIRE MARSHAL Tho legislature by an act approved by Governor Bcckham March 21 1906 authorized tho appointment of a fire marshal at a salary of 2400 per annum together with any expenses In eluding expenses of deputy detectives and officers During the fiscal year ending Juno 30 1907 the salary and expenses of this now and Improved method of furnishing jobs to political henchmen cost tho munificent sum of 888634 Tho job is held down by tho gentleman who conducted tho state primary In 1906 In which tho county of Johnson with a total Dem ocratic vote of 900 gavo Bcckham and Hager majorities of 1500 each and tho county of Martin jwhero not a single ballot was sent gavo them a majority of 253 Ho Is tho samo man who in tho samo stato primary sent less than 100 ballots to tho strong McCreary town of Hickman where nearly 700 Democrats wanted to vote This flro marshal and thoso who I cooperato with him while costing the lnsurance paying public about 10000 dollars has up to date succeeded in arresting one sixteenyearold boy charged with settlng flre to a build lug and that boy turns out to be crazy This is the tire marshal who at tended the Democratic railroad com missioners convention at Hen ersQn whereaccordlng to the public press and the private statements of some who attended tho successful traded all the clerkships commission and the lieutenant gover norship in 1911 in order to win This is the same fire marshal who when that convention was over found his family tOQ sick to permit his obey ing a subpoena to appear before the i Trigg county grand jury and substan r tiate the charges which he had In self glorifying manner paraded In the public press This is the same Ore marshal LeadertIi tion and of which General John K Hendricks noW the Democratic nom Inca for attorney general said in ills speech at Nlcholasvillo In 1903 fromtheand obscure sheet This is the same fire marshal whose relations to tho railroads was so close that when ho wanted the Democratic county chairman to como to Louisville to consult about the best way to hold a Democratic state pri mary In 1908 offered to furnish a passThis ire marshal is a valuable spoke In the drivewheel of the xna V n I Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN f Republican peekeng Dates AUGUSTUS E WILLSON GoverI nor will speak at the following times and places at 1 oclock p m except when otherwise noted Leitchfield Oct 19 Shepherdsvllle Oct 21 Newcastle Oct 22 Walton Oct 23- Wllliamstown Oct 24 Cynthlana Oct 25 Bedford Oct 28 Carrollton Oct 29fCovington Oct 30 night Augusta Oct 31 Nicholasville Nov 1 Louisville Nov 2 nigth W R BLACK McKeo October 21 FOR SALEA farm of 70 acres two miles southeast of Beaver Dam and one and a half miles southcast of Taylor Mines Farm lays onLowls r creek and is in good condition with residence and good water Call on or address JOHN VELLER Taylor Mines e NARROWS October 15 Misses Nola and Bettle Renfrew went shopping In Owensboro TuesdayMrs White returned Monday from a visit to her husband who is in tho lumber business at Penrose ArkMr R M Kuykendall was at Ren der Tuesday Tax gatherer L P Crowder was here Wednesday collecting the coin of tho from the tardy tribute payersDr A Duff of Dundee and John Ragsdale of Sulphur Springs are in Louisville attending the State meeting of the Masonic fraternity Mesdames William Park and A B Rileyworo In Fordsvllle Monday Messrs Art Pirtle and Willls of Heflfri were the guests of Mr r I EVERYBODY tEat H the is largely 44 governed by the start If yf you start you stand a good chance of a fin 4r ish applies to buying t clothes as well as riding- to hounds if you start your jfr clothes ba de= termination to get the best possible for your r u11et it That means 3 i tU 1you11start at our fI Ire and finish in one ofsfUr Hart Schaffner 4 Marx a Suits or Overcoats That will be the for your clothes=buyN2 l ing because these clothes are in every way r from start to all= wool tailored correct t in perfect fitting We sellclothes for allagesf 5 and sizes at prices to suit y purse T iE P j JfJq fCj f l 4 S I SaeI I J candldatoI ilna realm Heflln knows finish right right This y money right finish right finish right style every t l l I A l I bit I in RW KING E TH- EJeSirelAr ready 4 repair sell you as cheap as cheapest anything in line I am no longer connected Jj with the 5c IOc Store having sold inter = 43 timetotfi Mt William Renfrow Monday night Miss Tina Powers was a Fords vllle Tuesday Superintendent James DeWeese vis ited the school here Monday ROXEY t Oct 15r Farmers are busy sowing wheat at this writing Mr Dave Miller and wife Hors- Branch are the guests of relative- here Mr and Mrs S W Leach and chil dren visited Mr Jasper Leach last Saturday night and Sunday Mr Searoy Harrel and wife were the guests of Mrs JW Sorrels last SundayMr Mrs Luther Leach visited Mr H T Porters family Sunday af ternods Mr Will Leach wife and daughter and visited relatives at Sulphur Springs last Saturday and Sunday 1 Mr Porter visited his cous ins Messrs Jim and CaarleyfPorter v I i s bit I lJt I Ir Is still at the same old = stand and here to stay Mt to do all kinds of At worK or the my and my tIi bit lJt Martin Saturday night and Mr Thurman Ragland and sister Miss Eva att9nded church at Manda last Sunday s sistorweretboa few days last week Mr Bert Davis spent Saturday night MansMr and Mrs Herman Kahn were the guests of Mr and Mrs J H Da vls Sunday afternoonti vlsltfnglierthis writing fl IMI and Mrs John McCoy visltdd Mr and Mrs Clyde Leach Crom 1well last Sunday 8j Miss Pearl Leach attended church Sundayt a protracted 4 I me at Pleasant Hill I Mr and Mrs W O Williams vls familylast f r- r i