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Digital page images are linked to the text file. or W1 lx i r UubUcanr I7 t Fine Job WorkDEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOL XX HAKTFOKD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 1907 Nol 4UfiUSTUS t WILLSON ADDRESSES IBM OF ENTNUSIASTICPEOPLE 1 Speech Abounded With Con ft yindng FactsThroughout Denounced as Utterly false tbe Statement that he is Regu i lar Attorney For Tobacco Co I ReIk Last Friday was a great day for publicanism In Ohio county Hartfo without regard to party or crceddonm her dress of patriotic colors the elo meats smiled through a most lovely day and the people from every point in the county irrespective of party offill tlon turned out to greet the Hon Augustus E Willson the peoples candidate and to be tho peoples Governor Mr Willson was met at Beaver Dam bya reception committee consisting of Messrs E P Taylor R R WeddIng J M DeWeese M C Cook E J Woodward C M Barnett M S Rag land S A Anderson J B Dennis E G Barrass Sam W Leach C E Smith and Dr J A Duff besides hundreds of other enthusiastic Republics and Willson Democrats The Fords vllle band headed the delegation and furnished splendid music for the occasion After dinner which was served byI Mr Ed Taylor Proprietor of the Austin House the party started for Hartford where they arrived a few minutes after 1 oclock A crowd of more than 2500 people eagerly awaited tho arrival of the party and cheered loudly when the carriage bearing Mr WIll son was sighted Within a few minutEs after his ai rival Mr Willson mounted the platform In the court house yard from whlc he spoke amid a great demonstration and enthusiastic outburst following his introduction by Editor C Ali Barnett of the Hartford Repub HcanMr Willson spoke for nearly vw 0 hours frequently interrupted by grei outbursts of applause as he dissected ono after one the weak arguments of the machine candidates and told how the great revolution of the poplo Cor good government and honest election was daily growing mighlter conIvlnclnginsane Asylums had been maltreated and murdered and how tho Asylum themselves are being used as meeting places for machine politicians how the people were held up for moro than a million dollars a year under the pies mt administration in excess of any previous period how Beckham ager Haley and the rest of the gang had opposed the county unit liquor law until they saw one had to pas hen had the largo cities excludedthu jiving1 local option to the country people and liquor to the cities how Beckham Hager Co hay squandered the peoples money In heir extravagance in tho construction of tho new State capitol liberal payment of excessive fees to young and experienced attorneys pets of Beck mm and their wasteful extravagant I In having tho States printing done one small item of which tho teachers ecord books cost the Stato 2800 when the work would have been done by hundreds of responsible printer of the Stare for 4000 how the ma chino gang has created new office and raised the salaries of the other so than an additional 100000 yearly of the peoples money is thus squandered how the old line Democrats have been rooted out and sent to tits ear by Beckham Hager and tho rest of the gang thus dIspIaclngMcCrearr by Beckham Hayes by Hager Fuqut by Winfrey and on down the 11m very old time Democrat being dIs- placed by a Haley a Hines and suck others as Mott Ayers Henry Lawrence Ii tarry Tandey Ruby Laffoonu etc to- no body knows where Mr Willsoi 1 instantiated all these points by published utterances of Democratic speakers Ot Democratic newspapers thus It was not a reckless harangue such as his opponents employ but a schol dyehigh toned lddress upported by the testament ratsIn Mr Wilsons Audience were man membersof the American Society oi EquIty and he took occasion to refer to the ChinnStanley slander which was launched last weekln a last des perato effort to stem the tide of put- lie sentlmentwhlch is carrying him at Imost breakneck speed toward c- t10I He explained his connection with the merlcan Tobacco Company In detail- S f j 1 f xr L as he did a few days ago at Bovvlli Green and franklin and he denounced the two machine speakersChlnn and Stanley for their misrepresentation of facts In paying that ho was the regular retained attorney of the tobacc trust It was tike all the other cries whic had been raised in the machine campaign If it was not Goebel mu derpd or nfixed schools it would have to bo + Willson and the tobacc trust ho supposed for lacking 1enl Intelligent argument the spellbinder were obliged to appeal to prejudice for support in their last expiring struggles Ho said that sometime back he accepted employment in one case from Mr Gibson to sue a railroad compan for the American Tobacco Company Continuing he said There no claim that there was any wrong In the suit or In my work but they tried to fool the people Into voting the ring into power again by making them thing that Iar any othe business lawyer might be prejudice against the people by acting for a company in any business matter Lest anyone not understanding lawyers work might be deceived I wish to say that I am not and never was the retained attorney of the Tobacco Trust but that posltloon has been for man years and fs now held by Mr Charle H Gibson and I never had any connection with or any employment b- that company in any way except as statedThe false and malicious statement of Messrs Stanley and Chinn were on a par with the statement of Stanley that pIr Willson had belittled the Liv ermore graded school in his Calhoo speech when instead he denounced rather vigorously the entire educational system of tho State citing particularly school conditions as he had ob served them while on his tour of the mountains and the poor judgment or Auditor Hager in making a political address in the same school to little boys and girhv- Temperance Beckham incompeten Hager wet nurse HinesMilitary Haly and Asylum Adjutant Board as Mr Willson has christened themcamo In for another roast at his hands T- He told how these machine politicians were running a sham temper ance campaign and how some of then were living in luxury at tho Old Inn while drawing their salaries from tit State for neglecting their duties am directing the machine campaign Soon after Mr Wilson had begun his address a man in the crowd Inter rupted him with a rah for Hager and the speaker gave him a very un comfortable few minutes and wound up his rebuke by telling him that evi dently he used his brains the same way that tho Democratic speakers hay been doing Mr Willson told the tobacco grow ors in his audience that he had watch ed with pleasure their organizing foi mutual protection against low prices It is a sensible thing in my opin Ion he said to protect yourselves against the rich buyer Your organization Is vastly beneficial like the la bor organizations and when both keep within the law I nm thou strongest advocate A Big Tobacco Meeting Tho eyes of tho tobacco growIng sections ofNorthAmerlca are all turn ed toward Shelby vllle Ky Why Tho tobacco growing sections of North America are now so well organized that they are able IP perfect and maintain a national organization whoso headquarters are at Ownesboro Ky Once a year the organization meets it a place previously selected and last year at Clarksville Tenn rep esentatives from the Burloy District Invited this organization to meet at Shelbyville Ky on October 30 1907 The invitation was accepted Delegates are coming from every tobacco growing section of ttiexcountry The cItizens of Shelby county and Shelby rllle extend an invitation to every tobacco grower to be on hand on the ibovo date They havo arranged to have good speakers on hand to entertain and enlighten th6 growers And In addition to good speakers there wil bo plenty of good burgoo Let everyone avail himself of this opportunIty to demonstrate toI the nanufacturers that we have gone in to win and win we will Remember the invltaiton is extend cd toallto everyone Q iJC M Hanna Chmn II1- t f iUd ARMY OF PEACE AT UWENSBORO Organize and are Now Visiting Tobacco Growers In an Effort to Prevent the From Dumping the 1907 Crop on Market The delegation front the Grer River Tobacco Growers Association of the A S of E which was herald ed Monday night arlved in Owens boro Tuesday morning nearly 200 strong and spent the day In organizing and calling on tobacco met chants of Owensboro They did not disband when this was completed but remained Intai t and went Into camp for the night Wednesday morning the army divide Into four detachments each under the command of a captain and with a definite line of march mapped outstar Bd to the country in an effort to prevent the sale or delivery of any tobacco of the 1907 crop The sole object of the crusade is to prevent lho 1907 crop of tobacco being place on the market while tobacco of the 1905 and 190G crops pooled by members of the A S of E is unsold and the aim is not to disband until a thorough canvass has been made of the five counties comprising the Green River district Very rarely In the history of Ow ensboro have an equal number omen deported themselves so quietly Not only were there no Intimation jf violence no threats no unseemly behavior but there was nothing jf frivolty of levity that usually ex Ists where largo numbers of men congregate together Not a single man of the 137 In line was under he Intfluenco of lIquor in tho slightest degree They wer unarmed so far as could be aster tanned and It Is certain that vcr ew if any of them carried weapon concealedIn march front the sour house to the Imperial thence to the American thence to the Galla her limited thence to Frank Blrkd thence to J M Vaughns thence to DFlynns and thou to S L Mc Adams auction house not a singl net was committed or a word spokei that could have been offensive to myone A committee of two men walfei m the proprietors and agents am at none of the factories visited was lie Interview otherwise than courteous and considerate on both sides Those of the tobacco merchants who were seen received tho request of the committee kindly asked for time to consider it and promised to gIve heir answer promptly No one of hem either granted or refused the equestThe 157 men who formed tho delegation came from the counties of Hancock Ohio McLean and Davless the four counties being about equally represented When the enterprise vas planned It was intended to have only fifty men In line but tho number was unavoidably three lines as largo and had it been generally known that such a movement was on foot there would undoubtedly havo been at least 100 obacco growers In the line Just when and how and by whom the movement was planned and per ected has not been explained It- va8 the outgrowth of the feeling retty general among organized tobacco growers that If tho price ol tobacco Is forced down by the dump- Ing of tho 1907 crop bankruptcy and suffering will be widespread mong those growers who already have two crops In pool and another In their barns which they expect to oolSome time during the latter days- d last week written notices or Instructions were delivered to trusted men in various localities of the Green River district They were un Igned and It Is not known whence they emlnated whether from district state or national headquarters uIt ppears most likely however that they were prepared by members of- tho district organization The Instructions in full follow Start so as to reach the Owensboro court house at 10 oclock Endeavor to have your squad number twenty f1YO Let tho men all be the most dls- creet In your local Have no strag glers along Do not allow them to carry any deadly weapons Permit none to haveor to use Intoxicating liquors Allow none to use profanity Lni- rl or obscene language Have spokesman and let trim be the bestI speaker in the squad Join with OU1 er squads at the court house arid tin a body to visit all the prIncIpal buyers especially the American md the Imperial company Halt at con vEinlent distance from factory but In vl6w of It Send speaker and small delegation as witnesses to the factor or to Its office Divide also hito sqUads and go out over the main roads taking pledges or refusals CIOI11 alt farmers to pool their tobacc Cross tho country and return to tho city by another road Guard ngalnst I violence or crime or violent language of any kind Disperse and go home1Make all requests politely you are refused on any proposltio do not reply insultingly or threatei inglyAsk every farmer you see to pledge his tobacco If ho refuses pi likely ask him not to sell Inform him if he decides to pool any time durln the week that lIe Is cordially Invite to call at Lees office where he will find a pool pledge awaiting him Do not dlcsuss home warehouse or Louisville warehouse Do not disturb the public in your march out Ip the country Parade as if you were In a funeral procession Canvass the county rain or shine How carefully the men had ben selected and how fully they obeyed Instructions Is shown by their con duct A meeting was held in the auditorium over which J W Dunn of Whltesvllle presided Louis N Robertson of Utica State organize of the A S of E and generally rec ognized as one of the most level headed men in the organization In this section of the Slate was chosen to take command He accepted the responsibility after some hesitation He announced that he would expec every man to give strict compllanc to orders and to act as gentlemen W W Spencer was elected captain for Hancock county J R WellIl for Dhio county John R Bliind for Me Lean counnty A cull was made fur those who could remain with the delegation until the work In hand should be completed and 125 of the ICO J present responded The other stated that for various reasons It vould be necessary for them to re urn homo at nigh- tDaterYesterdays Owensboro Men iunger says With their horses jaded lord rider veary and dustcovered the army of peaceful invasion composed of to wco growers of five counties o tilt Given River district returned to Continued on pngo eight 0 Stevens Rentrow The Owensboro Messenger says A quiet wedding took place Mon lay evening at the First Chrlstiai church when Mr W N Stevens of lartford Ky and Miss Magnolia Rci row were united In marriage Th leromony was performed by the Rev H B Self of Morganfield Ky forth irly assistant pastor of the Christian church here The couple was attend cd by Mr W S Tlnsley and V G Barnett of Hartford and Miss Betti Renfrow of Narrows a sister of the aide Mr and Mrs Stevens spen ast night at the Rudd They will cave this morning for the Tames own Exposition and after spending a few days there will return to Hartfon to make their home Ohio County Boy out West Dear Editors If you will allow mo- a space In your good paper I will visit you this dark dreary day- I came to Texas about thirteen mouths agog I like Texas all 0 K I think this is a fine country I live In Ellis county It Is a level parts ountry black waxy land Cotton In the principle product of this country but Cotton crops are very short this year they are nothln to compare with last year crop the and that made a bale per acre last year is only making from a quarto to a half this year Cotton is now selling at four and a quarter in seed apd eleven nlntj In lint I have been picking cotton Cotton picking Is a very hard Job It takes a long time to learn I only pick bout two hundred pounds per day Thero Is not much game here there Is a few Wolves and Jack Rabbits Tho most peculiar animals is the orny Frog and stinging Lizzard I aye visited the ranch and it was quite a pleasant trip for me to see the largo herds of cattlo grazing It was Iso quite a sight to see the cow boys rope them I will close for this time with best wishes to my Ohio county r frIends and the Republican Respectfully yours- ARTHUR MARTIN Midlothian Tex Oct 19 1907 MIST FALLS ON SPOT WHERE BARTLEY DIED Residents of Glasgow Junction Mystified Has Continued A Month Glasgow Ky Oct 21Severnl hundred parties arriving here today from horeIplace which is mystifying the Ileolllo of that unusually quiet little town and is simply incxplainable On the exact spot where Van Smith killed his half brother Bill Hurtle last May a fine mist amounting to aI most rain has been fallng for the past four weeks at least it has been noticed that long but may have been falling longer The fact has starte the residents of that section and sur rounding country and as the report spreads Interest Increases The place on which the mist is falling is sow twenty feet across and includes the exact spot on which Bartley fell when shot by his half brother Among those who were at the place yesterday were J A ConyersSenato J C Gillenwaters and Oscar Seaywh while waiting for a train heard of the strange mist and went to view the spot Mr Conyers who Is well know as a recent appointee in United State Marshal George Longs office at Lou Isville and a prominent politician wr seen and when asked about the matte said that he visited the place and found something like a hundred per sons gathered there discussing the puzzling phenomenon He walke slowly across the place where the mist was falling and said in that time his hat was wet and the rain showed perceptibly on his clothes When asked how the people explained the pies Biice of the mist he replied that the did not explain it at all as they buoy if no explanation Senator Gillenwa Lers and Oscar Sony a wellknow Louisville traveling man tell substantially the same story y y NARROWS Oct 23Miss Nola Renfrew of this ilace and Mr Wayne Stevens of Hartford were married at the ChrIs- tian church in Owensboro by neveR H Crossfield Monday and left at once for a bridal tour in Uw east riiey will visit Washington Niagara Palls mill the Jamestown Exposition Nevs is received hero of the death from pneumonia fever of Miss Mamii Halo at her homo at Peurose Arkanss Uiss Hale was raised here and wen with her parents Mr and Mrs Jot Hall to Penrose about a month ago Uiss Hale was a favorite with everyone here and the news of her death was received with ninny expressions tfsorrowVirgil a young man living at Barretts Ferry met with a serious ac lident Tuesday while working at law mill He got the thumb and smal huger completely severed from his right hand by coming in contact with thb circular saw Drs Riley am Beau were called in and dressed tit wounds Remus Flelden a young man living a few miles north of here split his sight foot wide open with an ax while scoring piling timber Monday A messenger was dispatched for Dr Rile but fortunately the Doctor who was making a call in the neighborhood met h9 messenger near the cseno of the a Ident and he gave the wound the Im nediato attention made necessary bj a rapid loss of blood Mr and Mrs William Smith lost heir only child a baby of two years iy dyptherla Sunday Mrs Sarah Collins Smith and huts band of McHenry visited relative al Sulphur Springs the first of the week Mr and Mrs L W Hunt of Fords Mlle visited their daughter MrsDren den Bean at Sulphur Springs last week Mr Jack Walker our polite station rent was in Louisville from Friday MondayMr Renfrew and sister Miss lettlo were in Oweusboro Monday tc witness the Marriage of their sister Miss Magnolia to Mr Wayne Stevens While In Owensboro Sunday you Correspondent accepted an Invitation from Capt R A Moore for a run oil tho river In tho afternoon with a plea sure party on his boat the Harry Leo apt Mooro who is the passenger Con uctor on tho Owensborp and Horse Branch road Is a royal entertainer whether at his home on his train board his boat or elsewhere and this trip was one of tho outing events pi my life The sheeny Sunlightthe cleat blue sky the reaching water moved Oxinlnnture billows by a gentle wind and the speedy graceful Harry Leo were a happy combination foI an evenings pleasure The Harry Leo Is a twenty ton launch elegantly equipped for a pleasure craft and for speed beauty and graceful movement Is not excelled by any boat of Its class on the Ohio Capt Moores son Master Harry a bright manly little boy of ten years was at the wheel and point ed out to the writer many places of Interest along the river bank among which was the decaying bottom of a largo river steamer that burned to the waters edge near Scuffletown some thirty years ago and a weathered shanty boat in which Roy Green tho negro hanged in Owensboro two years ago for murdering a white man first went Into hiding after committing tho murder The everrecurring cycle of events was broken hero Tuesday night by tho advent of a family of open air missionaries who proceeded to hold a somewhat clumsy street corner ser vice Tho band consisted of a woman her husband and her husbands step son an awkward lad of a dozen years They hailed from Indiana and claimed allegiance to no particular church They were a family of poor Ignorant but Intensely earnest people wholly unfitted for the service they had un lertaken and yet one could not wit icss their untaught effort to hold re ligious services without feeling pro found respect for their simple child like faith in their mistaken mission FOR THE BUSY READER The formal call for the meeting of the Republican National Comittee in Washington for December G was is sued Wednesday over the signatures- of Acting Chairman Harry S New md Secretary Elmer Dover Nine balloons started from St Louis ate Monday afternoon under ideal weather conditions to contend for the International cup The balloons all rifted away In a northwesterly direction after making the start A vast crowd witnessed their departure and Cheered them as they rose one by one Ivo minutes apart from the grounds at Forest Park T Cromwell District Sunday School Association Some months ago there was an lounced a meeting at Mt Zion church or the workers of the above Magls erial District but on account of weath T conditions and other reasons no irRanl7atlon was perfected Dr S D taylor vice president of our county association has agreed to meet tho rarkers of the district at ItoBlno Sunday afternoon Nov 3 to explain tha work and to assist in the election of officers Every ono interested In Sunday Schools Is invited and every shoot is requested to send delegates Svcry other district is organized- E W Ford Pres Annie Patton Secy Ohio S S Assn 1c Chocolates HESE delicious confections are the purest finest candy Imade and will delight the taste of every member of the faro ily from the bpby up We receive Fenway fresh every week and in our modem candy case keep it in suchperfect condi tion thatitfairly melts in your mouth Take Homo a Box lIb GOe l21b30c James H Williams The 3 Store t u IllLSON DID NOT SAY IT I Trustee of Livermore Graded School Defends Willson Denounces Hagers Statement I as Utterly False and Unfounded Lirarmore Ky Oct 17To the Editor of the Owensboro Inquirer Owing to the fact that the Messenger of your city on last Saturday publish ed an editorial misrepresenting Mr A K WllUon quoting him us saying Sorogatorr things concerning the Liv rmori graded school in his speech at oJhOfD mod as Mr S W Hager and Congressman A 0 Stanley came to 4Clr city OB Wednesday and even to oW school making a political speed srepelinij the misstatement I think iAt my duty to make a reply and do aounc It as absolutely false 1 give you the following statement which I would cou der a great favor if you Would t ublib in an conspicuous a date as possible I went to Caluoou on the day that Mr Willaon spoke there and listened to laic speoch at very close range and tettrt every word that he spoke Not In UM Hligbtest degree did he refer neopliffl utary o the Livermore graded arhooi and not once did he jUQttton or infer that anything sboefciiig about the Livermore gradI edrthool as Inferred by the 1I1e5I son r and they gentlemen thE Kxitntry he spoke in flattering torom ot our school and congratulated tig lronally on 1s success and Suture pro MCts He referred In his tryaeuh u the school system of Ken tuckf and said that his visit to the soliool on that morning reminded him ot tha tad condition of our Education throughout the state and said that he wiatcd to wipe that uysium out and subwttute one morn worthy of our people If this was in any way re e1r1J1 c derogatory or uncompliineut JUT to the Livermore graded school I Jallod to Sloe I heard his every Aattuieut on the subject and I wish to my emphatically that 1 heartily I approve every word lie said I As president of the board of trustees of the Livermore graded school I in which capacity 1 have served since its organization 1 pride myself that I leave tuk n great lntere t in Its welfare and have done as much as any Man or Its IIUCCItlIo and should I have hoard Witieou or anyone else make derogatory statements concerning it 1 should have resented it but not onet did he do so therefore I declaro as Mice sad without foundation any Maletoenta or repreiuntatloiis to the = contrary Very trulyG ClLLIN- WiMldont of the hoard of truateeti vcX Livermore graded IchoolI There is more Catarrh in this sue tiM of the country than nil other lls wijts put together and until the last ho1L1ing to cure with local traitmcnt pro iioimceil Honourable Science huH pro notniccil catarrh in he a couHtltution al llMMUMi and therefore recmlroH f onI stituiioiinl treatment llallH Catarrh Cure innnufnctiireil liy I1 Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Is the only con stitutional cure on the market It is tukun Jntormilly in IOKOS from 10 drop to a tcniflpconful It arts diriMjtly on the blood rind mucous surfaces of the iystam They otter one hundred dol lars for any case It falls to cure Seri for uiruuliira and tentlinoultilsA- clilreaH I1 Cheney Co lolo do Ohio Sold by IniRKlBtB 75c Take IlnUa lainlly Pills for con stipation Review of Democratic Claims ARIII the partlmm Hlaknient of a Pemocrutlu candidate awl committee thins hern wan a floating Indebtedness of J700000 ai tli close of the Republi can lulinlnlKiration we place the offl eltl stuleuineiit of Auditor Sam II Stoiio that nil cIidniH propertly made out were audited and paid To the aaaertlon thitt UepubllcaiiH mined tho tax nun to VJU CUIIIH anil Increased the hand+ 1 linlilitediiiHH 500000 WO uolnt to the fart that till Senate was nomoeratle maul voted almost if not iiiltn iiiiuiiiiniiiiHly for hoth bills mud the fut her fact that It was jirovlclod that tho 10 centH increuKO in the tax rate Uouhl III used for tho exclusive piirpoeo of pitying cliiiniH II lie I IntureHt Ihereon due from tho Slate of Ken tucky which huve IILH audited for which warrnntu have hens orI should have iHHiieil at the limn this Act became a law anil that the 110I coeds of tuft bond salo Hluill he UlKHII only In tho imynient of that part of the existing Indebtedness of tho State I which has been created on account of the several uhnrltiiblit iiiHtitutioiiH and I aflyluuiA of the State The first tJllCI Ion to the ireiutibln of tlilH Act IB nsr foU6wsIVhnriMis Tho Commonwealth of Kenluclty IB now Indebted to certain I I w persons and corporations in amounts aggregating more that five hundred thousand dollars which debt have ari sen because of certain deficits and failures In the revenue to meet the current and necessary expenses of the StateTo the charge that we left a larger debt at the close of our administration than at the beginning we enter a emphatic denial When twe took charge there was a bonded debt of 500000 and a floating debt of 1717Al r34 Making a total of the close of Govenor Bradleys admin istration there was a bonded debt of 1000000 and a balance of 1060425 cash in the Treasury The Democratic charge that they the Republicans did nothing for the public Institutions of the State nor for education nor for the progress and development of our resources It is true Republicans could get no help from a Democratic Senate but it Is equally true that it didnt squander the people money in Calhoun grabs attorneyfee Jobs and Capitolbuilding graft about some of which Hon John K Hendricks their present candidate for Attorney Gen eral disclosed In 1903 and their pre sent Attorney General disclosed in 1808 O jd J5S XI O alir un the citare 0 iCs rand Via Hans Always Botch REPUBLICANS WILL CARRY i STATE BY 8300 Campaign Committee Makes Pub lic the Estimates It Has Received by Districts The managers of the Republican State campaign have within the last few days received carefully prepared reports from every county in Ken tucky and if the figures sent in are anywhere near correct a landslide is coming against Hager and the Demo cratic State ticket The reports received by the Repub lican managers tally in the main with those published in the Evening Post several days ago except that some of the reports received at Republican headquarters are more optimistic than the carefully prepared estimates of the Evening Post correspondents Nev ertheless the net result is much the sane and all the reports not only In- dIcate a heavy gain in about six of the largest counties in the State but SlutllichtCareful estimates are given below of the figures from each of the Congres sional districts In this table tho Even nellubIIICRUDemocratic majority expected from each of the Congressional districts The figures of the chronic optimists have been thrown aside and nothing given except what has been carefully timatd as the lowest that can be expected for lue Republican State ticket The estimates by districts follow Dom Rep First district 8000 Second district 2000 Third district 1000 fourth district ISOOO Math district 8000 Sixth district lGOO Seventh district 4000 1 eighth 1000 Ninth district 1000 Tenth district 800 Eleventh district 17000 Total Republican majorities 27800 Total Democratic majorities 19500 Not Republican majority 8300 It Is claimed that in many districts lieno estimates represent thu very wor that may be oxpecld fort he Republic uu ticket In the Fifth district Louisville 8 0011 la tho very lowest estimate trade lIy anyone for A E Willson Many areful observers say that Wl1Ioon cannot get less than 10000 In Louisville told ought to gut over 12000 In tho Seventh district 7000 for Willson is onsldered very conservative aa tho lllatrict has gone 20000 On tho other haul tho estimates above of Democratic majorities in the Igrst Fourth and Seventh districts are considered very liberal Curos Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Groatost Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin dis used hot or full of humors if you avo blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula pczema itching rising and bumpy skin bone pahmca urh rheumatism or any blood or- shin disease take Botanic Blood aim B B Ii Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the bloods made pure nnd rich Druggists or y express I per large bottle Sample rco by writing Blood Balm Cot At anta Go JL B B Is especially ad limed for chronic deepseated cnsosaa t euros after all CIBO falls 35tf o4d CHAIRMAN H B NINES APPEAL T I Confederate Soldier and Wha the Veteran Said InI nReply The following is a letter sent out by Chairman Henry B Hines of th Democratic State Campaign Commh tee Louisville Oct 10 Mr J I Pence Greenville Ky My Dear Sir In no campaign of re I cent years in Kentucky or anywhere II Ithe Southland has it been necessary t make a special appeal to the Confed erate soldiers to rally to the supper r of the candidates of the Democracy i I a contest with the common enemy th Republican party I The Democratic candidates and tIll members of their Campaign CommU tee do not feel that such a step is necessary this year to secure th presence of the veterans at the polls 1 November next and the sending of this letter and the inclosed circular to Iyou is only for your information a to certain claims which are being I made upon the stump by the Republican gubernatorial nominee and hit associates on that ticket The chitl of these claims is that the Republican ticket will receive 80 per cent ol the votes cast by Confederate soldiers i we do not believe this to be true and have gone to the trouble to make an- I investigation The truth is given re garding the matter through speeches of two well known and distingulshod Confederates Please read this circa lar carefully as it gives the result ofi the investigation made Very trul yours HENRY B HINES Chairman following is the reply of J J Irhe of Greenville Ky Greenville Ky October 18 1907 Mr Henry B Hines Chairman Democratic Committee Louisville KyMy Dear Sir Replying to yours of October 10 in which you make an appeal to the old Confeder i ates to stand for the Democratic tiv mites to stand for the Democratic ticket I will say that 1 exchanged the comforts and endearments of home for the hardships and perils of the soldiers life and following the indomitable Basil Duke for four years freezing starving and fighting the enemy o which service 1 have never been asha med Returning to my home 1 voted the Democratic ticket as long as there was such an organization but whet it became a machine and they rlI DemocratsIsubstituted in their places Hag r and Haley I think best to follow my old commander Basil Duke by voting for Augustus E Wlllson and the entire Republican ticket on November 5 1907- I wish it understood that I do no compromise my Democratic principle- by so voting in this election As to tho per cunt of old Con federates that will do likewise I can not say but I know of but one that was a regular soldier who will nut vot the Republican ticket- J 1 PENCE- ErConfederate T Hartford Business Institute A strong business preparation for a successful commercial career is now recognized aa 1 necessity by every leading men One of Americas treat est business men said The young man who starts at this time will stan little chance of success without thor ough business training And for the young woman of today tho best safe guard she can have is a business edu cation by means of which to earn her livelihood whenever necessity de mands What could bo more pitiable than to see a young woman In luxu rythrown on her own resources with out a practical education- It is no longer a question of gutting positions for students but getting stu dents ready for positions The demand is greater than tho supply While we have had a strong class of students during tho past two years we have not boon able to fill the demands that have been mado upon us for comps tent bookkeepers and stenographers Young mon and young women with a good common school education have enrolled with us finished tho course and with their money making capacity greatly increased have gone out to positions of honor and trust Do you want to boone of this num ber of successful young people If so write us for further information Cat alogs sent tree Address all communl cations to Nettle Rogers Principal Hartford Ky Dont got 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 CtiBcnsweot Cascnswect Is a cor rectlvo for the stomachs of babies and children Contains no harmless drugs Sold by all druggists m Takes Issue With God Mr South Trlmblo machine can lldato for Lieut Govonor is quoted is saying that Ham made a mistake c iitjJj II l In permitting the negro to go Into the Ark It was not Ham who designed who and what should be taken Into the Ark but Jt was God The charge he evidently intended to malts was that God made a mistake in permitting Ham to be saved from the flood It seems that Mr Trimble is not satis fled with Gods arrangements and takes issue with Him about Sunday observance and takes sides with Owen Tyler We wouldnt be surpri sod if some of them announced that- e the Ten Commandments were an as sault on the machine Democracy Sun sentinel I Bitten by a Spider Through blood poisoning caused by a spider bite John Washington of- o Bosqueville Tex would have lost his leg which became a mass of running sores had he not been persuaded ton try Buckltns Arnica Salve He writes- e The first application relieved and jflur boxes healed all the sores Heals every sore 25c at all druggists ra DOESNT USE HER- LITTLE HATCHET But Mrs Carry Nation Gives Shelbyville Liquor Men a Biz Scare Shelbyville Ky Oct 19Mrs Car ry Nation the noted Kansas saloon smasher dropped into Shelbyville today on her crusade against the work of the devil Speaking of the city she said it was full of hell and she pro posed to rid it of some She visited several saloons and at each place de livered a lecture to the proprietors and bartenders but made no effort to use her little hatchet Mrs Nation spoke from the bandstand in the public park this afternoon She will de liver another address tonight at the Crescent theater Doing Business Again When my friends thought I was r about to take leave of this world on account of indlgestlonnervousness and general debility writes A A Chis holm Treadw ell N Y and when it looked as if there was no hope left I was persuaded to try Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say that they are curt ing me I am now doing business again as of old and am still gaining dally Best tonic medicine on earth Guaranteed by all druggists 50c m REAL PSYCHOLOGICALMIND Have Been Conducted For Years By an Eminent Swiss Specialists Dr Dubois a well known ncurologis of Berne has successfully applied principles of psychology to the cures of certain diseases Ills theory has just been set forth in a small book entitled The Influence of Mind on Body For a number of years he has been reporting cases in the Swiss and French scientific reviews Without en tering Into the discussion of the rela tion between psychical and physical processes he goes directly to the treat ment of diseases by menus of sugges tion and the training of the will Na turally It IB in time case of nervous troubles that ho has been particularly successful The neurasthenic who is the most difficult to treat in ordinary ways is tho most susceptible to psychological influences The restless hysterical subject who is a virtuoso in the art of making the emotional lyre vibrate is a familiar figure in modern life It is not the importance of the idea or event which makes his emotions violent his morbid states nro excessive reactions to comparatively trivial stimuli In popular language ho makes a fuss about nothing Yet when ho has to meet an important crisis ho finds himself helpless A mistaken medical psychology muss only aggravate these maladies for no acount Is taken of the fact that a phychtcal process gone wrong is the cause and that a psychical treatment may be a cure of the complaint Hero is a typical case described by the author Madam X fs in a state pf irrational emotion from morning until evening and often front evening until morning When she awakes she begins tho day in a condition of noxious agitation She feels already crushed beneath the weight of all she has to do and of nIl oho will have to suffer r e Tho trifling annoyances which every moth er of a family has to endure are for arercatastrophesready filled with them At noon one of her sons has not como In Instead of supposing that he is delayed by companionssho gets it Into her head that ho has been run over by the tram and shq sends the I servant to look for him At tho I haslsuttered t + + 4 + + + i4 +++++ H+++ + Sot i THE t 1 i and PowerCoI IFIWlhh WIRE YOUR HOUSE RT COST i i i ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEANiHEALTHY AND SAFE j r OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD i+ BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN Ir REACH + I f h M L HEAVRIN Manager i iI u 1 f++ + iF++++++++4 ++J4+++H H +4 +++4 A QnbQAOAAtJrOO J rqN9OrJ A 7 wC CIr 1 Ohio County Supply Co I ucrFtcclJ bit 4i Ci Hartford Tayfi i Hardware Machinery and all Kinds i i of Farming Implements Ei e carry a complete line of Buggies and Surreys When you = buy a Buggy you do not want to make a mistake in material and Ii tfi workmanship We handle only the best makes and can therefore = qI recommend all our vehicles Can make prices to suit all customers if4t Agent for the famous Oliver Chilled Plows Blount True Blue fo t and Moline with all repairs for same bA full line of fence wire Steel and Felt Roofing Myers Deep fcfr 4 Well Pumps Cultivators Disc Harrows and Drills Also all kinds i 1of Field SeedsyWe handle the following well known brands of Wagons Mitchell lit fi Mogul Blount and Owensboro Also Deering and Milwaukee fi Harvesting Machinery lit 49 We sell the best Gasoline Engine on the market and Corn b49 Crushers and Meal Mills to connect with same Lawn Mowers b14 and Swings The largest supply house in Ohio county Give us a sy Yfi Incorporated MANUFACTURES TIlE FAMOUS EGYPTIAN CEMENT VAULTS- And puts them in the grave The only absolutely 1 perfect vault made It is watertight airtight ver min and wormproof The greatest invention of the age If you desire to lay away the dead in the most satisfactory manner you will certainly demandone of these vaults Manufactured right here in Hartford J BLACK BIRKHEAD Mgrst no reality and has injurled her nervot system without cause If she sleeps she is troubled by bad dreams She awakes with headaches made still more supersensitive by fatiguoaud the next day begins once more tho inter minable succession of morbid emo tionsNow Instead of medication Dr Dubois adopts the method of sugges tion Setting out from the fact that tho mind can increase or diminish the intensity of certain physiological pro cesses Dr Dubois concludes that the will can in many cases control and even euro without tho use of medicine Every idea has a tendency to find expression la action The mere representation of certain sensations such as heat and cold makes them real and conversely discomforts and even Ifitions which may be produced artificially in hypnotic subjects offer an ex treme example of the physical effects of Imagination Dr Dubois mentions the case of a woman who could not smell flowers without fainting yet who would also faint when an arttflI M2 cial bouquet was brought to her I It is no help to say that a strong will is necessary to overcome such nervous symptoms for a characteris tic mark of neurasthenia is irresolu j patientthereit is with this residuum that the psy chological method is concerned It is not the strong will but the strong 7 suggestion or motive which effects the cure The voluntary acts required are at first unlmporant and easily per thathopare the way for other acts of the hasbeen rlThe Louisville Herald has advanced the Subscription 1 price so that we cannot ac cept subscription for less than 325 for Daily and The Re publican and 135 for Week ly with The Republicantti dk j 1IIiII I r- I MERCHANTS DUPED BY FAKE COMPANY i Goods Shipped Were Never Paid for B6t Have Disappeared Together t With Purchaser Who Went to Indian Territory I The Lillian Coal company of Horse J Branch appears to be one of the sort 1 that never was on land or sea and several wholesalers and jobbers have learned this to their sorrow These houses claim that they have been stuck to the tune of several thou sand dollars by shipping goods to the Lillian Coal company or Its president and genaral manager Fred Ackart It is claimed that the goods were never paid for and that Ackart imme diately upon receiving them reshipped them to the Indian territory and dis appeared himself A representative of a Clnclnatl firm is in Owensboro making investigations looking to the apprehtnslon of Ackart The Owens boro merchants were wise enough to steer clear of Mr Ackart although they were honored with his ordersIEarly in August the a new coal company at Horse Branch began to be exploited Newspapers throughout the West Kentucky coal re gion published long notices of it Letters on handsomely printed letter heads were received by business men all over Western Kentucky in Louis ville Cincinnati and Louisville The name of Ered Ackart appeared oa the X letter heads as president and gener al managerAbout 15 the announcement was made that the organization I of the company had bgpn completed leases secured on several thousandI acres of coal lands contiguous to Horse Branch and that the company was ready to begin business A large general store was to be maintained A few days later merchants began to receive orders for goods At least one Owensboro department store re ceived an order for a large bill At about the same time a wholesale grocery in Owensboro received an or der They made some investigations and found that other orders had been placed in several other cities They found out some other things as well and declined to ship Merchants in other cities however did fill orders from Ackart From Cincinnati alone he received goods to the value of 3000 These goods were delivered to Ack art at Horse Branch and it is said that he immediately reshipped them as household goods to some point in the Indian Territory One of the Cincinnati houses became suspicious set about recovering its goods and came within twentyfour hours of catching them at the destination in Indian Territory They had how ever been delivered and no trace of them could be found It is supposed that Ackart is with the goods Ackart was in business in Ohio and Muhlenberg counties for several years At one time he was in business at Beech Grove For some time he conducted a small store at Central CltyThis was burned several months ago and an Insuranco policy collected on It Immediately after the burn I Ing of his store he set about organiz ing or pretending to organize the Lillian Coal company Thomas A Edison the great Ameri can inventor says Fully eighty per cent of the illness of mankind comes from eating improper food on to much food people are inclined to over indulge themselves This is where indigestion finds its beginning in nearly every case The stomach can do Just so much work and no morp and when you overload it or when you eat the wrong kind of food the digestive organs cannot possibly do the 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 tend to this at once by taking some thing that will actually ado the work for the stomach Kodol will do this It is a combination of natural digest ants and vegetable acids and contains If the same juices found Ip a healthy stomach tIs pleasant to take It digests what you eat Sold by all druggists m Chop Suey Trust Latest Modern financial methods have peno trated even into the mysterious Mongolian mixture market A monopoly I of the chop suey output that will con of the supply Plttsburgforganized under Jersey Henry Lee of the Pekin Restaurant Company of Philadelphia is the pro Inter of the chop suey trust HQ declares that while it is not the inten i lion to raise the price of the well known Oriental delicacy its manufacture and salt will bo regulated The new trust will be known as the r4 i r r Do You Think FOE Yourself i Or doyoa open your mouth like a young bird and gulp down whatever food or modi clnp maUc offtred you it tft +Y tft tft n Intelligent thinking woman In need oftctef from weakness nervousness pain and suXnsr then It moans much to you that the nne tried and into hnnBM1 medlclnP ycnwu CO RlTrof1 geld b druggist for the ureotwe- mensillII tit The makers of Dr Pierces Favorite Pro scription for tho cure of weak nervous run down overworked debilitated painracked women knowing thla medicine to bo made up thstrongostand standard authorities of the several schools of practice are perfectly willing and In fact are only too glad to print as they do the formula or list of Ingredients of which It Is composed in plain EnglUh on every bottlowrapperI HI Itt IJ- fTho formula of Dr Plercos Favorlto Prescription will boar tho most critical examine tion of medical e partsfor It contains no alcohol narcotics harmful or habitforming drugs and no Agent enters Into It that Is not highly recommended by the most advanced and loading medical teachers and authorities of their several schools of practice These authorities recommend the Ingredients o Dr l lerces inromo Prescription for the cure of exactly the same ailments for c wor ame me tc ne s advised tit tit +M + h No other medicine for womans Ills has any such professional endorsement as Dr Plerces Favorite Prescription has received In the un- Qualified recommendation of each of 1U several ingredients by scares of leading medical men of all tho vlJls of practice Is such an endorsement u worthy of your consideration TJ tit tI1 TJT Ifl A booklet of Ingredients with numerous authoratlvc professional endorsements by the leading medical authorities of this country will bo mulled lrCJI to nay ono tending namo and address with rcnucst for same Address Dr K V Pierre Buffalo N Y I Oriental chop Suey Company and is being planned to acquire restaurants in all the larger Eastern cities to sell companys output Tho capital stock will be 100OOONew York American 4 SAVE THIS RE CIPE ANYWAY Put it in a Safe Place for it May Come in Handy I Say HomeMade Mixture is Easy i Prepared and Cures Weak i Kidneys and Bladder I Here is a simple homemade mixture as given by an eminent authority on Kidney diseases who makes the statement in a New York dally news paper that it wilt relieve almost any case of Kidney trouble If taken before I the stage of Brights disease He states that such symptoms as lame back pains in the side frequent desire to urinate especially at night painful and discolored urination are read ily overcome Here is the recipe try it- Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce i Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Take a teaspoonful after each meal and at bedtime A wellknown druggist here in town is authority that these ingredients are all harmless and easily mixed at homo by shaking well in a bottle This mixture has a peculiar healing and soothing effect upon the entire Kid ney and Urinary structure and often overcomes the worst forms of Rheumatism in just a little while This mixture is said to remove all blood disorders and cure the Rheumatism by forcing tho Kidneys to filter and strain from the blood and system all uric acid and foul decomposed waste matter which cause these afflictions Try it if you arent well Save the prescription Rare Case of Nerve Physicians at tho Deleware Hospital are talking about the nerve displayed by Paul Crowley aged seventeen years who underwent an operation at the hospital this morning Young Crowley had his hand badly mangled at the place of his employment and when he was informed by the hospital physician that the amputation of three fingers would be necessary he refused to take either but whistled a lively tune while the ampuatlon was taking place Wilmington Dispatch to the Philadelphia North American If you take DeWltte Kney and Bladder Pills you will get prompt reef from backache wetik kidneys Inflammation of the bladder and urinary troubles A weeks treatment 25 cents Sold by all druggists m u I HERD OF ELE I PHANTS GET ANGRY i jOne of the Inconveniences of Farming in South IAfrica I IThe Rev Mr Grantham in charge Wesleyan mission at Lomagund sends particulars ofa raid made by a herd of elephants which resulted in the loss of life He says I shall be glad you will make known through tho medium of your paper the following incident andi my comments on it in the hope that public sentiment may be aroused against a condition of things in which many suffer for the sake of a fad of a few who share none ofthe misery that their hobby inflicts upon others In May last the native gardens on thisI farm suffered serious damage from the incursion of a troop of elephants that visited us seven times in succes sion In this respect we are not the only sufferers for I am constantly hearing of the same kind of thing throughout the neighborhood Wo have no lawful means of protection for damages are ignored On Friday morning two old natives and a plcannin who had been sleep- Ing in a skerm erected in the land awoke to find that ten full grown elephants and three calves were within n few yards of where they lay The na tives fled in terror pursued by one of the beasts which was apparently en raged at the sight of human beings in such close proximity to the calves The plcanuln was Just on the point of being tusked but saved himself by rushing on hands and knees through the branches of a fallen tree The elephant tossed these aside and continued in pursuit of tho old men Ono escaped but the other was overtaken in about 100 yards and the vicious beast transfixed him through the back the protruding tusk ploughing deeply into thesoil The furious animal then proceeded to rip its victim to pieces splitting one leg from buttock to calf and an arm from shoulder to wrist He just lived long enough to urge his friend to fly back to the kraal or no one would bo left to tell the tale We are told that in strict self defence they may be fired upon Are we then to wait until one of the brutes in the act of charging upon us ere we pull a hasty trigger which is more likely than not to be our last And what is the use of firing at one angry elephant when several others are standing by ready to take up the cause of their companion if it does fallIt is popularly upopsed that ele phants will not attack a human being unless they are molested by himbut they will invariably do so if the herd contains any calves A price is set upon the head of lionsbeasts that rarely initiate an attack upon human beings and whose depredations are generally confined to cattle kraals and spans of donkeys Why then should elephants which in this district are a much greater scourge than lions be protected and the killing if one be a criminal offen- sePneumonias Deadly Work has so seriously afected my right lung writes Mrs Fannie Conner of Rural Route 1 Georgetown Tenn that I coughed continuously night and day and the neighbors prediction onsumptlonseemed Inevitable unit my husband brought home a bottled Dr Kings Now Discovery which in my case proved to be the only real cure and restorer of weak sore lungs When all other remedies utterly fail you may still win in the battle agalns lung and throat troubles with New Discovery the real cure Guaranteed by all druggists COc and 100 Trial bottle free m Science Tests Divining Rod Numerous dovlces are used throughout this country for detecting the presence of underground waterdevices ranging in complexity from the forked branch of which hazel peach or other wood to more or less elaborate mechan ical or electrical contrivances Many of the operators of these devices are perfectly honest in the belief that the wqrking of the rod is influenced by I necncles entirely independent of their I own bodies and many uneducated pee I plo have implicit faith in their ability to locate underground water in this wayIn experiments with a rod of this type one of the geologists of the Uni ted States Geological Survey found OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOv The effect of Scotts Emulsion on thin Q pale children is magical 4 It makes them plump rosy active happy1Qtl 0Itcontains Cod Liver Oil Hypophosphites Glycerine to make fat blood and bone o and so put together that it is easily digested 3by little folk BOp AND SlOO O OOOQO OOOc I 1- I I IiR rt that at points it turned Independently of his will downwardI complete tests showed that turning resulted from slight and until watched forunconscious changes in time inclination of his body the effects of which were communicated through the arms and wrists to the rod No movement of the rod from causes out side the body could be detected and it soon became obvious that the view held by other men of science is correct that the operation af the divin lug rod is generally due to uncon scious movements of the body or of the muscles of the bund Tho experiments made show that these movements happen most frequently at places where the operators experience has led him to believe that water may be found In fact its operators are successful only In regions In which ground water occurs in a de finate sheet in porous material or In more or less clayey deposits such as the pebbly clay or till in which al though a few failures occur wells would get water anywhere- No appliance either electrical or mechanical has yet been successfully used for detecting water in places where plain common sense or mere guessing would not have shown its presence just as well The only advantage of employing a water witoh as the operator of the divin lug rod is sometimes called Is that skilled services are obtained most met skilled services are obtained most men so employed being keener and better observers of the occurrence and movements of ground water titan the average person rThe Price of Health The price of health in a malari ous district is just 25 cents the cost of a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills writes Ella Slayton of Noland Ark New Life Pills cleanse gently and impart new life and vigor to the sys tem 25c Satisfaction guaranteed at all druggists m SWAYING AND DIETING TO GET THIN Rowboat Exercises in a Chair and Other Stunts of Exercise The person who is too fat will gen rally begin by dieting This is all right If one knows how to diet But the woman who simply cuts down her food supply will lose her health Here are the diet hints Eat all you want once a day the middle of the day is the best time Dont eat very much in the evening and nothing at all before you go to bedLet your breakfast be light and dont forget that the stomach has its likes and dislikes Eat little but eat well It is along the lines of exercise that the beauty shop does its best work It tells you how to exercise and what exercises will take off your pounds Each patient requires a diferent set and it is one of the duties of the little establishments to adapt the exercise to the person In the case of a woman who was large around the waist lino there were the bending movements They were all performed with the muscles of the hip They were four in number Tho first exercise was the hip exercise To perform it stand suarely upon both feet Then your lift one foot and kick out violently at the side The second exercise is the abdominal exercise and it is good for the man with Increasing girth as well as for the wmoan says the New York Sun It is the bending exercise Place both hands upon your hips with your fingers pointed back Bend backward and forward Keep sway- Ing and swaying until you ere tired which should be in about five sways The third exercise is the rowboat exercise Seat yourself and grasp the arms of your chair Throw yourself backward as though the rowing exercise until you feel as if you had rowed far enough Then take the fourth exercise to rest yourself This exercise is for the arm Take a step forward and throw your arms behind you as you step At the same time breathe deeply Repeat stepping forward throwing back your arms and breathing deeply until you feel as though your muscles were all alive Then stop and rest To bring down the neck of a woman who is too stout take both courage and persistence But the woman who wants to wear her necklace will not lack either of these She will beat her neck with sea salt and water she will stretch it until the fat begins to disappear she will pound it and pinch it and keep at it until flesh fades I CASTORIAFor I The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- SlgmtU of AVfegetablePreparatloaTorAs slmilalinlhcFoodandBeguIa tingthestol acGsaMBowe1sof rANISiftiiDfcLN Promotes DigealionJCheerfuI ness and neiliver OpiumMoit lune nor Mineral Nor NARC OTIC afU 14 S l Azf IIM1 Sdarb 3ska ncr Remedy forConsBpa non Worms convulsions Feverish ness and LossOF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK l b injhitllfs old iJ Dosvs 71 EXACT COB OF WRAPPER 11 CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You nave Away irt IiBears Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sASTORA vas oan11 sotnanr nor roes CITY 11 311 it OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135TH- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 17h THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 130 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits 12 500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Bank Como In DIRECTORS Gabo Likens Alvin RoweBurch Felix Jim Polk Stevens Z Wayne Grllfln 0 TILLERS OF THE SOIL I49 Cj Will Make no Mistake by Visiting the Reliable ft and Well Known Firm of t1 WILLIAMS C MILLER b For anything they need on the farm They b = handle Plows of all kinds and makes Disc t = Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows riding and p 43 walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes und bit = buggies for young folks and old folks j t = In Addition4J We have the best equipped shop in Ohio county tfi fitted with the latest improvedmachinery and ap fc 4J plianoes and besides all kinds of general Blacksmith jj tfi ing can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other i 42 shops cannot do at all Everything at very moderate jj fi prices j fi tCfi I o Y + y+ SA rjtP1r 7 tLE54M V I I Or Ii Ito rrri t Hartford Republican blued by the Unrtford 1nbllshlng Company IICCVRroBAED G H BAKNETT l E litor C K SMITH fM relz1 tiozTXS OLDbrlanMII34 IouCh vrMMM2a FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 Examine the label on your paper If Itls not correct notify us REPUBLICAN TICKET t For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor W H COX Of Mason County For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT- Of Christian County For Auditor FRANK P JAMES Of Mercer County For State Treasurer CAPT ED FARLEY Of McCracken County For Secretary of State DR BEN L BRUNER Of Hart County iFor 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 Muhlenburg County For Representative DR J A DUFF Sulphur Springs Precinct h For Jailer- WILLIAM FLENER Of East Beaver Dam Precinct Swat the proposed constitutional amendment Vote against the Constitutional Amendment irIf you did not Willson you missed a great treat We cannot build a greater Kentuck under the present State ring Who would have thought the Press dent ungallant enough to kill a she bear Governor Beckhnm didnt know there was another load in that Bradley gun when he blew in the barrel Nobody should be elected to govern a town like Hartford simply because he is a Democrat or Republican Congressman Stanleys condition might be Improved by an Ice bag ap plied to his head for several hours each day I Let us sue that henceforth Kentucky I shall be governed In Justice instead of through politics and political pro scription p Among those who heard Mr Wlll soils speech here last Friday there can be no doubt of his position on the temperance question No one in Kentucky will contend that under our present miserable re venue law taxes are equitably distributed Vote for a change ff the church people in Louisville vote as they prayGrlnsteads majori ty under a fair election should not fall short of 10000 Farmers when you are compelled to pay your taxes by November 1 In order to escape the penalty remem ber the Republicans didnt make that lawThe individual who reported to thp CourierJournal that there were only GOO people in attendance at the Will son speaking last Friday evidently saw through a mist dimlyIWhen Kentucky people for the people Republicans will not bo convicted in the Gounsslmply because they are Republicans and Democrats simply because they are Democrats If It requires a good farmer to make a Jailor no better one than Wm FIeI tlLr I It ner could be found Ho can make roses grow whero Uncle Tom Wal lace couldnt grow black eyed peas Dr J A Duff the Republican not l neo for Representative was born and reared on the farm and Is therefore in full sympathy with all the farmers needs Besides ho is an enthusias tic member of the American Society of Equity These are the days when the Demo cratic orator is abroad In the land ftp pealing to the whites to vote the De mocratic ticket for fear the RepUb- lIc ns will faVor the blacks and to the negroes to vote against the Repub liqans because they have never gone anything for thenV The members oh those attending Republican speakings as sent in to the CourierJournal should be multi played by 3 and those reported as attending Democratic speaking divid edby3 According to out informal received from reliable sources this would set the fjgures about right By a strict party vote the last Dam ocraic Legislature passed a bill pro viding for submitting the question of amending the Constitution so as to make It necessary for voters to produce a tax receipt when offering to vote This Is a direct blow at thei poor people and should be resentedI It Is stated on good authoritiy that within the past few weeks Gov Beck ham has requested the resignation of Mayor Bingham of Louisville so that he could appoint Mr Tyler the present Democrat candidate for the of ice who opnely states that if elect ed he will ignore the Sunday saloon closing law and run Louisville wide open Isnt It more honorable and less liable to bias the recipient for a lew yer to receive a fee from a tobacco company for legal services rendered than it is for a politician to accept campaign contributions from the same tobacco company It has been charged and not denied that at the same time Beckham and Hager accepted 3500 from the liquor interests they also accepted 15000 from the tobac cotrust The Democratic business men ofi Hartford were exceedingly nice to our candidate for Governor in decors ting their places of business last Fray for his visit to the town and It was throughly appreciated by Mr Willson and his supporters in Ohio county This is asit should be The Republicans will return the save when an opportunity is presented The best of feeling exists between member of the opposing parties here Let brotherly love continue to prevail Referring to Mr Wlllsons statement that a man is usually Judged by the company he keeps The Hartford Herald says But evidently the rspeaker forgot some of the members of his own side of the house the mountain feudists the Instigators to murder Ah mountain feudists and instigators of murder Jim Hats Ed Callahan and Elbert Hargis for instance But by reference to the official roster of the Democrat party we find that these gentlemen are re corded on that side of the houseCalla han having recently quitted the office of sheriff and Hargis having recent ly completed his term as County Judg of Breathitt and more recently having quitted by resignation the Democratic State Executive Committee as- a member from the Tenth district Be a little more judicious brother Hargis as a member pf the Democratic Committee helped to direct the affairs of the party yes even aided in calling the premature primary by which Mr Beckhnm Mr Hager Mr Laffoon and the Ure rest of the ticket were nominated Moun tain feudists did you say And who has been associating with them linger ChinnStanley and the lord only knows who elsejoined by the Hartford Herald and the Owensboro Messenger are making a great ado because it has been discovered that the Hon Augustus E Willson Repub lican candidate for Governor some three or four years ago filed a suitor the American Tobacco Co against a railroad company to recover lot the loss of a car of tobacco Hager is a lawyer Chinn is a lawyer Stanley is a lawyer and the editor of the Hartford Herald is n lawyer We have not the records of these gentlemen before us but we venture the assertion that If either of them was ever offered employment by the American Tobacco Co or any other corporation he accepted the employment and was glad to get the fee and If none of them have ever been offered employment by such clients it is pretty good evidence that they have not needed legal light gentlemenIwant the best It is Just a matter with these gentlemen of having an op portunity to represent wealthy clients onlirerecentIn discoursing dis graceful conditions that existed in Eastern Kentucky which resulted in the clearing of practically every memI ber of the Hargis gang the Courier Journal says Each ofHhe so allcd trial of Judge Hargls and prominent members of his clan has been a deliberately planned farce the outcome of whfch could have been forecast by the most ignorant courthouse loafer before the taking of testimony The only crumb of consolation for lovers of law and order has been tho verdict of the Clark county Jury awarding the widow of James B Marcum dam ages against Hargis and Callahan for having procured the assassination of James BM arcurn Tie criminal trials regardless of what the verdicts should have been count for nothing and might as well have not been held The result has been that the feud section of this State is greatly in need of development through the Investment of outside capital has been exploited to the reading public throughout the entire country as a section In which the law is not enforced and in which murder is practiced as a business Nothing need be added in condemnation of the political influences otBeck ham Hager rCo that have fostered these things In Kentucky We can only determine as a people to wipe out the dark stain by electing an administration pledged to enforcement of law and incapable of prostituting the courts to basely partisan1 pur poses In his speech at Louisville last Saturday night exGovernor Bradley in responding to Governor Beckhams recent criticism of him and his ad ministration gave utterances to the following pointed statements which are taken from his masterly speech- I am here to talk as a KentuckIan rather than a Republican and to talk to Kentuckians rather than to Repub licansThere was a time when the Democracy in this State stood for princi ples worthy of respect but that day has gone by and now we find the lion displaced by the jackal and the jackdaw occupying the nest of the eagle I will not refer to the Frankfort ring as Democrats They are not Democrats They are Beckhamltes Hagerltes and Stlcktights There is as much dlference be1 between Beckhams statement concern ins the finance of my administration and the truth as there Isbetween a doodle bug and the brightest star In heaven Beckham says he cannot understand my figures I can give Beck ham information but God alone 1 can give him comprehension- I challenge Coy Beckham toagre- o an appointment of an expert audi tor to go over the books for the pe riods of my administration and of his Each of us to share the cost and to abide by his report as to whether things are as I represent them or us ho represents them If he does not accept this challenge he must stand us guilty of willful falsehood a libel erslandererand unworthy the name of gentleman 15000 FROM+TOBACCO TRUST The following editorial is taken from the Georgetown Times an old sub stantial Democratic paper published Georgetown Ky where Mr Stanley says the Democratic platform is mean- Ing the platform oh which they propose to hang Caleb Powers Beckham is making a plea to the country people on the temperance question but he has never explained how the managers of his campaign sold out the country people body and soul to the American Tobacco Co for 150d0 Will the country people vote for a man who allows his campaign managers to take 15000 from this great corporation that the farmers are fighting When anyone in the Legis lure wants legislation in favor of th tobacco growers the Beckham honchm always passes the word down tine line that they the tobacco trust mustriot bo hurt because they put 15000 in the campaign fund Truly a great re former to appeal to the farmers of Kentucky Arent these fellows a pretty kettle of fish Trying to get the tobacco growers to vote against Mr Willson because he practiced a little lawsuit I ngaiust a railroad company for the American Tobacco Co when Beck ham Hager Bosworth Vreeland and Ferguson five out of nine of the present ticket were on the ticket four year ago and were the direct bencficinrls of the 15000 contributed to their earn paign fund by the same company WilSON AND THE TOBACCO 1 COMPANY The Owensboro Inquirer the nestor and pioneer advocate of the cause of the American Society of Equltytakes the only sensible view of the matter of Mr Wlllsons representing the Amer sransuitWith some people it is an awful thing for Mr Willson to have engaged I his services legitimately as an altO ney for the tobacco trust in a case I in the courts of the StatethoufcliHhls is the first tulle we have ever lard that It was a crime againstsocictf for In lawyer to practice his professionally andin strict conformity tiie I law and tV ttto regulations otf the court I These same people who are so ilft much against Mr WUlsou la this mater are the same people who never fall to speak well of exSenator Blackburn They praise him as qne of the States greatest men and afj fectlonately refer to him as Honest Joe Mr Blackburn accepted u big foe from the telephone monopolY to- go before the Kentucky Legislature and use his influence to defeat theI passage of a bill which had been in troduced in behalf of the Independent telephone companies in their fight with the Bell corporation The bill was defeated These friends of Mr Blackburn admit that if he had not appearqfl before the assembly In QPI position to the bin It would have passedThe Voter who Is not blinded by po litical partisanship will readily seethe contrast between the action of Mr Wilson and that of Mr flinch burn Mr Wilson made no effort to defeat any legislation in behalf of the general public because his appearance was In the judiciary department of the State which departments does not make the laws but merely con stales them His only effort was to attempt tp produce law and facts that1 would win a decision in behalf of his client For a big fee Mr Blackburn appeared before the lawmaking body and ought to influence legisla tion against the opposition to the tel elephone trust and in behalf of one of the biggest monopolies in the country He succeeded and It has been admit ted by his friends that a Democratic Legislature defeated the independent telephone bill simply tfecauso Uncle Joe needed the money which he would receive only in the event that the bill was killed in the assembly- If rM Willson should be refeated for Governor because he accepted legitimate employment as an attorney Joe Blackburn ought to be in the penitentiary for accepting a fee to be come chief lobbyist for a corporation to defeat wholesome legislation- It wil be remembered that the In quirer is independent in politics with Democratic tendencies gedisterD Dead Rev Josh Nelson a well known Baptist minister of the Whltesville neighborhood died Friday night at the home of his daughter Mrs Ira Russell Mr Nelson was stjlcken with paralysis a few days ago His right side was completely paralyzed His condition was considered serious and little hope was given for his rep overt Mr Nelson was a leader of the primitive Baptists and was well known throughout the State He was seventysix years old and a highly respected citizen Votes BewareIThe Patriot puts the fol lowing important questions to Governor Beckham the answer to which will be of much interest to Ohio county people If the Governor is a real temper ance man why does he drink liquor If he is not a regular patron of the saloon he is a muchslandered man as one who knows him well remarked the other day in my presence He drinks like a flshIs this the kind of man Christian voters look to for the extermination of the saloon Echo answers Is it But wehave been given the county unit law True but what sort of law Is It Why leave the breweries and distiller- Ies in full blast in local otpion coun ties Why exempt cities of the first our classes But they reply we will remove these exceptions the next sssion of I the General Assembly f Very well trust you will If in power vBut tlie Republicans promise the same So on this point there is noth- Ing for a conscientious voter to choose between you- Furthermore the plea for support on the basis of Louisvilles lid ist rot Already the rumruled ring has selected Owen Tyler an advocateof a wideopen Sunday to displace Mr I Bingham For Christian men to sup port such a ticket is to stultify themselves and betray and crucify their Lord afresh Is Your Hair Sick I Thats too bad I We had no ticed it was looking pretty thin and rough of late but naturally did not like to speak of it By the way Ayers Hair Vigor is a regular hair grower a per feet hair tonic The hair stops coming out grows faster keeps soft and smooth Ayers Hair Vigor cures sick hair Imakes it strong and healthy Tbo best hind of a testimonial 11 Sold for over sixty years ewwr erttdeAlia J lI1D 0 Ajtr tzczafro Ktu 1ltlJer 1 1 L J SARSAPARILLA PilLS CiIE2RY PECTORAL- I A + wtKi l 9I MMIVInNI 1 We Want Xt v ToSeeYo +t The fairest flower that eves bloomed in the garden of fashion suits and Overare our new Fall coats and our newFall Dress Goods Every man and lady who reads this willplease consider it an invi= tation to dropjn and see us I The new fall Attire is all here We have kept our eyes wide open and whatever is new and attractive from the Clothing designers in the country Will be found right here A man or a lady naturally desires the best they can get for the price We keep yourselves constantly in afposition to give it to themew We also have the most complete stock of Shoes Hats Notions Fur niture Millinery Goods and Gro ceries that can be found in the city of Hartford Come in and see about all this tal- kCARSON I 11 CO r INCORPORATED HARTFORD KY f- tIfJM+ tA tA WrN er + ++ 4 + 49 oN44N4NN0 0 NMNI I Fine FeathersM- ay not make fine birds but they do make fine Hats If the subject interests you and what woman does it not inter est we advise you to visit our Millinery i Department We have and are deliver- ingi the goods promptly and satisfactorily to more people than we anticipated but the fast express and the telegraph keep our stock complete Just ask for our Miss Moseley y are not the only things that you imight be interested in just now There i are Furs Wraps Woolen Dress Goods atii will let you live as well as us tit Got t e- Towni OivtKeRvm Clothing Consider the fit and that our Clothing is all new and contains noth ing 8boddy Nothing al lowed in this house that would bring discredit to 79Ur dress nothing that J will make us afraid to see you come back In fact to sell to you once is to continue There is satisfaction all around with you and with us J t YOU CAN DEPEND O- NBarnard t cfc Co HARTFORD t t 4 w j AjiL UH t- Y 1 a + i I I if Z FAIRS4 1 CLOTHINGt I L According to the weather mans iepqrff weir are to have some genuine oldfashioned winter this year This being the case you will certainly be compelled to have a good heavy Suit and Overcoat Of course we want to sell you as every live hustling merchant wantsto do We have many inducements to offer you First our prices are draw f- irig factors Second our qualities have no equals The above picture represents our New FallStyles in Ov ercoats the celebrated Sterling BenchTailored Clothes None so good Every garment a satisfactiongiver or your money refunded I r IT PAYS 10 TRADE WITH famous high fflarfit standard of strength uftty and Affability Notice the clean simplicity of tha auntThe workmanship and Ends ate perfect The weight u only 7 The full dole hang ate foe 1I101eltsau well u wda and eo ehamberethat 2H indict 1g inch shells ma be wed Several improvements in the opertinll parts make it the wes mOlt reliAble ud best workin ia ensteoce We ate glad to rake it PoioihIe for tray loret 01I1I1II and bud shooting ts set ttu hash grade repeating slot IUD at so low a prioe For sale by U S Carson Hartford t I r Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 I llnolsContral RailroadTime b Table North Hotttd jOIn BOllut- Mo132 due a to V No 121 du ll31 u m No 12llueI230p m No WI doe 248 pm Ho 102 due 348 pm No 181 due IIIO Zm Everything good to eat at City Res taurant 9 Shoes for Ladies are at I FairsIJ For Shoes that will wear go to I Barnard Co Remnant Flannelette 5c t he yard at Barnard Cos I We have Suits to suit you at prices j to suit you Carson Co Dont buy your Fall Suit until you see Fairs Clothing Mr H B Bishop Smallhous call ed to seq us Monday i t Fresh Oysters Celery and Cranber 1 rldat City Restaurant Buy your Silks andW oolen Dress Goods at Fairs Prices to suty you Esq J A Park who has been quite ill for the past several days Is somewhat Improved feair it Wayne Griffin was in OW ensboro the first of the week on bus 1 1 r messFallt v Is here BO are Barnard Co with all kinds of fall goods at cheap prices 1 others bring your boys to Barnard h CodHartford and let us fit them up A greatmany ladies will wish ber they had bought then jail flat Sand Dress Goods here + CarsonCO t w + n- l IIIdowafwmrewelurobeen Get your Fruits and Candles at City Restaurant Best in town Oh My Aint that Cat Fish at City Restaurant simply tine Mr Luther E Reneer Centertown was a pleasant caller Tuesday Another barrel of those sweet pic kles at City Restaurant Fine McCal Patterns are at Fairs None so good lOc 15c None higher Nice selection childrens Toques Fa cinators Shawls long knit Scarfs ut Fairs Dont fail to see Barnard Cos Raincoatsthe Schwab kind They are the best- Immense selection of Children Wraps at Fairs Call and see them Sure to please you Every day a day Millinery parlors New styleslow prices our criterion The big stock of Woolen Dress Goods is at FairsV Painstaking sales ladles to wait on you Dr J S Bean Olaton wasp the guest of his parents Dr and Mrs L B Bean city the first of the week Miss Moseley Barnard Cos Mill iner invites all the ladles to give her a call for the latest In her line Good judges of Clothing are buying our 10 12 and 15 Suits on sight Carson Co Lc9kiat and price Fairs Ladles and Childrens Cloaks Our exclusive styles and low prlceafmake us headquarters WANTEDThree or four reliable men to consider a proposltlonbut of which they can clear from 60 to 150 per month Apply to W S this of office ye have bougbt pufc the Hoover Brothers stock of groceries and will conduct the business jt the same place with a complete line of staple and fancy groceries All at rock bot tom1 prices SCHROADER 8 COa I 4 You should see Barnard Cosf line of Fall Dress Goods Mr C T Baird Beaver Dam was a pleasant caller Monday Barnard Cos Crossett Shoes and Schwab Clothing are the best 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 ESTRAYED Two Patagonia Angora goats Write i aat Fordsvllle j 1412 1L A BABBITT County Attorney E M Woodward Is in Henderoon Kdntuckyf oil busi ness A visit to our 5c and IQc Basement will convince you that lye are head quarters FAIR CO Barnard Cos lino of Rugs Drug gets and Furniture cannot be beaten In Hartford or elsewhere Wish the party that has our jack screws would bring them home HARTFORD MILL COa Fall Overcoatsthe long kind the short kind every other kindat Car son Cos For the most uptodate Meal or Lunch of course you go to the City Restaurant Mr F M Porter pf the east Hart ford neighborhood called to see us WednesdayOur Clothing costs no more than the common kind sold else where Carson Co Mr Arch Lewis who has been ill at his home on Union street is able to be out again Miss Stella Woerner returned Wed nesday from a few days visit to rel atives at Louisville Free at Barnard Co Ladles Home Journal transfer collar pattern and monthly style book If you are looking for your mon eys worth and courteous treatment go to Barnnard Co Mrs Hooker Williams wad the guest of her mother Mrs F O Austin Beaver Dam the first of the week Mrs G W Rowe and sonC larence ot the Centertown neighborhood werp pleasant callers yesterday afternoon For nice Napkins Table Scarfs Table linen Doilies ancy LlnanDrawn Work call at Fairs linen department Miss Katherine Jones was the guest or her parents Mr and Mrs J C Jones near Rochester Saturday and Sunday We are Indebted to Mr V B Curtis for a Mammoth beet It Is twentyone Inches in circumference and weighs G pounds If you didnt know the price you would be willing to pay more for our dress goods than we are asking Carson 8 Co 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 uptodate work guaranteed 13tf Mr and Mrs James Brown Rochester were tho guests of Judge W B Taylor and family city last Thursday and Friday Messrs C M Crow R D Walker Cleve Her James SanderfurChester Keown and Dr A S Ypwell attended the Rockport Masonic lodge Tues day night Editor C M Barnett attended tho meeting of the National Union of the A S of Ens the representative of Ohio County Union at Indianapolis- Ind the first of tho Week Messrs R H Everley wTA Hill j and E W Smith Ceralvo ROSCOP I Downs Editor of the Kentucky Citizen Livermore E A Smith Rock port A A Rowan Beaver Dam E E Durbin Morgnntown mid A L Da venport Echols were among the many who visited us last Friday I Mr JasIT Davis of Sunnyda who has been visiting his sister Mrs Villlam Moy and other relatives atI ten days returned yesterday Ho says h Linton Indiana for the past week or ten days returned yesterday He says i ho had a nice time And found most all othlsr elatlves well who lives at that l point I Alt persons having claims against I the estate of Sam Frizzell deceased will submit the same properly proven to tho undersigned administrator or to James arid Tichenor attorneys Hart ford Ky on or before December 1- 1907or they will be forever barred This October 221907 CP KeownI 3t Admin of Sam Frlzzell decI Mr E P Barnett brought to our office one day this week an Indian arrow flint found about three miles below town on the north side of the river where an excavation is being I made through the bqttom land for n ditch Itis sharp at both ends aOl- Iwas discovered under two feet of earth1t Had doubtless been sent af tel a deer or tiirkey by Itt owner of the long ago t G i v y I acresltwoof Taylor Mine Farm lays on Lewis creek sold is In good condition with residence and good water Call on or address JOHN VELLERI t The first quarterly meeting of the Hartford Circuit will be held at Li bprty next Sunday and Monday Octo i ber 27 and 28 Preaching and tho mlMondayimmediately thereafter preaching by i the presiding elder Rev R F Hays at Beaver Dam Sunday night I Mr and Mrs A E Pate were sur prised by several of their friends gath ering at their home on Griffin Avenue Saturday evening October 19th to celebrate their tin wedding Light refreshments were served and all re ported a good time those present were Mesdames J W PateJos Lyons G A Shelton E W Ford W S Tlnsley Pen Taylor S A Bratcher Alex Curtis J B Tappan W L Copper A D White Ham Barnes Jeff Waterson Yancy Mosley Misses Stet Nail Debbie Taylor Sadie Hud son Bessio SheltonLeono MaddoxMary Keown Iva Royal Bera Bean Fern Curtis Dona Wilson Bessie Gillespie Winnie Mauzy Lizzie Miller Masters Glenn Tlnsley Willis Lyons Randall Watterson Earl Barnes J D Baltzel Crow Pate Theare Hollean Notice in Bankruptcy In the District court of the United States for the western district of Kentucky Owensboro Division- In the matter of Sam T Smith a Bankrupt I On this 21st day of October A D 1907 on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the 30th day of September A D 1907 it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the 9th day of November A D 1907 before said court at Federal Court Hall at Louisville Ky in said district at 10 oclock in the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be published one timo in Hartford Republican a newspaper printed in said district and that all known creditors and other persons In Interest may appear at said time and ridco and show cause If any they have why the prayer of said petition ershould not be granted Witness the Honorable Walter Evan Judge of said Court and the seal thereof at Owensboro Kentucky In said district on the 2Lnd day of Oc tobpr A D 1907 A G RONALD Clerk DUDLEY LINDSEY Deputy Clerk What Makes this Store So Popular The prices my friends the prices They are the backbone of the whole business the foundation stone of all our success The prices we make for you are AUCTION PRICES SALE PRICES SHERIFFS PRICES BARGAIN PRICES Here are a few Watches 18 size 7 jewel Elgin55018 size 15 jewel Elgin7001- s size 17 Jewel Elgin800i- s size 7 Jewel Standard400i- s size 7 jewel New Era350Th- ese are prcles no one In Kentucky can beat Wo get the bargains we give tho bargains and If Old Nick stood In the doorway youd dodge him in some way or another and come back for more J B TAPPAN Your Jeweler 209 SMALLHOUS Oct 22Rev Jove Beaver Dam filled his first regular appointment at Equality Sunday and at Ceralvo Sun day night he was acconmpanlcd by wifeMr airs Sam Morton Mrs Emma B FulkersonMiss Alice Ful kerson and Mr O W Overhuls at tended the grand lodge of the Eas tern Star at Louisville last week Mrs James Hallows and Miss Al tha Addington went to Louisville last Wednesday and returned Monday they wero the guests of Mrs Salllc Martin while there Little Miss Ethel Barnard Hartford Is the guest of her grandparents Mr and Mrs Sam MortonrT R Barnard and daughter Mary Barnard and little Miss Mary Ander son were at Smallhous Sunday Mr Clarence Shown who is teaching near Central Grove was in our midst Sunday and attended Sunday School at Smallhous church Mr and Mrs Berry Bishop who have mado their homo at La Junta Colo have returned to Kentucky Mrs T L WIthrow and family of Central City were the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Bob Fulkerson last Sunday Mr and Mrs Bob Fulkerson and Mr and Mrs Allen Busklll and family are visiting relatives at Central City this weekMrs John Buskill and children Central City were the guest ot her parents Mr and Mrs John T Rowe and other relatives last wcekIMr and Mrs Jesse Hill and daugh ters Marlon and Anna Louise Misses Kate Hawkins Ethel Hunter and Flau die Davis dined with Mr and Mrs M P Maddox Sunday Misses Sallie Curtis and Bera Ross were In our midst Sunday the guests of Mr Virge Curtis and tamllyIMr Jim Bratcher wife and children and Mr Curaton and wife of Grayson county were the guests of their sister Mrs Tom Godsey last week Mrs Herman Addington is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Judson Ashby near Centertown- Mr C O Hunter went to Hartford SundayMr and Mrs Erskine Fulkerson went to Rockport Sunday RENDER Oct 22chester Keown Hartford and H V Money of Louisville were hero last Wednesday- L Francis left for Jacksonville Fla last Wednesday for his health he will be gone for about 30 days Albert Thienes of Taylor Mines was here last Thursday Frank E Harris went to Greenville last Thursday to spend a few days Miss Nellye Harris was shopping in Beaver Dam last Thursday Quito a crowd went from here Fri day to Hartford to attend the speaking of Hon A E Willson tho Repub lican candidate for Governor W M Mainwaring of Taylor Mines was here Friday from Select after a two weeks visit Salem Baker of Taylor Mines and J H Nave of Louisville wero here Saturday Melvin Liles of Taylor Mines was here Sunday Simon Jones was in Central City SundaySimon Stephens was In Beaver Dam SundayMessrs Jno S Spence and D W Williams were in Hartford Sunday Messrs Geo M Burton and Jake Southard of Simmons were here yes terdayMarvin Warner was in Beaver Dam yesterdayW Vick of Owensboro and Roy Armendt of Fordsvllle and S A Bratcher Duputy Sheriff of Hartford were hero today Mrs Ed Burton in visiting her par ents Mr and Mrs Willis Southard of Preutis this week Oser is on the sick list thisiIsaac Tho mines are working full swing hree now for the past month or so The men are getting all they can do I CERALVO- Oct 22The Muhlenberg county As sociation at Nelson Creek last week was well attended from here IMrs Lucy Hill and two daughters Ruth and Meady have gone to New Mexico Dr J M Everly and Mr P L Wood spent several days in Louisville last week beenIIRe W N Miller Ortez Ky was here last week Fairs Minnie and Emma Fulkerson little Misses Myrtle Garrett and Hazel Everley and Master Hugh Everley spent last week in Louisville Mr William Chancellor and wife returned Saturday from a weeks visit to friends and relatives in Grayson and Breckenridge counties Miss Della Eudaly in visiting her slsted Mrs Alice Irving near Calhoon- Rev J W Love filled his first appointment here Sunday night PUBLIC SPEAKINGS andjand Ernest Woodward will speak on behalf of i the Republican ticket at Centertown October 26 at night McHenry Oc I tober 28 at night Law son school house October I 31 at night Palo November 1 at night Baizetown November 2j 1 oclock m Crom ENovember 2 at night Rockport No vember 4at night La dies especially invited Evening appointments i begin at 730 Judge R R Wedding I and Hon M L Heavrin will speak on behalf of the Republican party at Schroader school house Saturday night October 26 Manda Monday night October 28 Tay for Mines Friday night November 1 Arnold Saturday November 2 one oclock p m Rosine Saturday night Novem ber 2- Honj CM Barnett will speak on behalf of the Republican ticket at the following Beda Friday night No vember 1 Narrows Sat urday night November 2 E M WOODWARD ChmnlOhio Repliban v HF vpppprprppppp SSetsjqt9s= Cloaks Furs For = Ladies Misses CHildrera NUMBER appointments and For fifteen years we have sold this famous make aof Wraps and Fursand Hot one dissatisfied cus omer during this entire period Isnt that suf ficient recommendation What more can a ens 4 fIhavepricesland just to think that you can buy a gar ment here just as cheap as anybody else in the world illYouwhere the same conditions exist Come here where you know you get value 4Ladies Cloaks priced at each 3 4 5 G 7 S 10 iii12151718 an20 Misses 150 2 250 3 4 5 750 and 10 Childrens 1 2 34 and 5t4Furs 75c 1 2 3 4 5 750 and 10 IE P BARNES BROS 2BEAVER DAM KY 1 t4 4 JiJiJiJiJiJiJiJi M- 1wun wBsa 1K a istzt n hka rye 111 tI11 j J rt t I fO I f 1 I t W MAY u SMALL SPANIEL SHOT HIS MASTERS Unique Experience of Man Rob bing Hollow Trunk of Its Honey hU1manthat to which George Stelgleman of end of Rose Valley StelgleIImanbuckwheat was In blossom had trailed a bee to Its lair about two miles over the hill from his place near the head of the Sugar Camp timber Ho found that the swarm had lived In a leaning oak about thirty feet from tho ground In a generous opening caused by tho falling out of a rotted limb The number of bees at work showed to him that the hive was a large swarm and nearly all of them appeared to be working on his buck wheatA days ago carrying a 50pound lard can and his doublebarreled shot gun and accompanied by a small span lei Mr Stelglemau started to harvest the honey The tree was an easy one of ascent but because of the location of the opening In which the swarm was hived he had difficulty In applying the sulphur fire used by him to destroy the bees so that he might proceed un molested and unstuug to rob the hiveHe had rested his gun on the ground the muzzle leaning against a small sapling While engaged at smoking out the bees his attention was attracted to the spaniel down on the ground which seemed to be terribly wrought up over something and was barking and growling for dear life Stelgleman thought the dog might be putting up a bluff at a bear but he could see nothing so he resumed his honeygathering lIe had succeeded In more than half filling his lard can when suddenly the dog again set up a terrible ado This time Stelgleman saw what the trouble was A pair of rac coons that had been nosing about un der a nearby tree at that Instant were making a charge upon the noisy dog the latter In his cowardice and fright leaped backward against the hammer less gun and his head coming Into vio let contact with It the gun went off The great portion of the charge came up the tree and Stelgleman was fair ly riddled with shot He lost hold of hi honey can and It went flying down among the rocks the honey scattering In a dozen directions Fortunately he was able to maintain his equilibrium In the tree and after a time succeeded In sliding down to the ground where- from pain and loss of blood ho lay tepless The spaniel evidently appreciating that something had happened to his waste set up a terrific barking until several men who were driving along the Sugar Camp road In tho direction of Proctor came Into the woods and Investigated They found Stelgleman helped him out to the wagon and hur ried him home- Stelgleman says that if he had been a boy in u farmers red apple tree and tho farmer had turned a blunderbuss on him the shot could not have come thicker or straighter than when his do fired his own gun at him Philadel phia Record Notice To Miners and Farmers We ask of you not to buy wagons or buggies Jrom the IIlckmanEbbert companyof Owensboro Ky until they recognize the union and employ union men Done by order of the local JOHN WILSON Recording Secretary Echols local No C7S U M W of A U- TOBACCO SAMPLED FOR FUTURE SALE 3000 Hogsheads of Green Rivers Have Been Opened- on the Breaks Louisville Ky Oct 19Another large batch of rcdried Green river tobacco was sampled on the local breaks this week This tobacco will be submitted to the foreign buyers for inspection as the needs of the var ious foreign users require Beyond this there was little of Interest in the mar ket Total offerings were 3495 against 1J53 last year Of tho total offerings 5570 were Burley and 3125 were dark The quality of the Burley offerings common advance of fully onehalf cent was not ed Red tips and common red leaf vI 4 firm All color grades wore about onefourth cent to onehalf cent higher Medium and good nd leaf were firm All colory grades were firm although not quotably higher One hogshead of the 1907 crop of Bur ey from the southern Kentucky dis trict was sold The tobacco was of fair quality of good color and in fair condition It sold at 1375IThere were offered at auction only fiftyfour hogsheads of dark tobacco The quality generally was poor Most of the tobacco was common scraps and hardsweated lugs No desirable leaf suitable for export or manufac ture was offered Prices for lugs were firm- Obstinate cases of constipation and nasty mean headaches promptly disappear when you take DoWltts Little Early Riser Pills Sold byall drug gists m A CHAPTER IN MR HAQER3 TEM PHRANCE RECORD In 1004 A brewing company applied to the county clerk of Laurel county for a license to establish a wholesale lopot at Prttsburg in that county for tba Bate of thdir boor Laurel being K loam option county the dork wrote M Auditor Hater alto ctalof fiscal of Boer of the state and was advised ibM K was hia duty to teen tho 11 Sense which he did on July 1 1904 Later the attorneys for the brewing company not bolng satisfied as to tho rght or tile clerk to issue tho license wr4e Mr Hager the auditor and re- tuated to know whether the license thoold bo iMued by tho auditor or by the county dork and Mr Hager re plied that It should be issued by the lork In Juno 1903 boford the first ii- renae expired an injunction was sued nit by citizens of Pittsburg Ky and DM clerk restrained from issuing the Roaose Toe clerk therefore refused to renew the license and the attorneys Per the brewing company tendered tho tax to the avdltor who in aooord with his former decision that the clerk ihovtd teauo tho license and in obodi OO to the injunction refused to issuo the lloense Thereupon the brewing company sued out a mandatory In unction to compel the auditor to la sue the lioenso Judge Stout an appointee of Governor Beokham granted tie injunction The auditor ap pealed the ease and might hare re fused to great the license pending the appeal but instead of doing this he leaned the license and drunkonnoet iebauchory and crime oursod tho pee pit of PHtaburg for nearly one year- LDasr when tho court of appeals ro rvned Judge Stout and the browery aeaaed from business at that point In the meantime many indictments were found against them and on appeal Prom fines in these cases the court of tppeate decided that neither Anlltor laser nor the county dork could Is tue license In a local option county lit Mr Hagers eagerness to nerve Ma friends tho brewers remembering to doubt tho = 8500 chock which the brewing combine had given to help bis election in 1905 be neglected to Hrtc the attorney general for hta opla IOB on too tow but advised the county Bterk who must report to too auditor to frees tbo Hoooao notwithstanding OK leek option lit prohibited IMd dIka IT W NOT DfrKi Wk K to not tooled that a rty every wfaber of tbe etata oomcfifMeea ham a tilt ell JDd r Che BootrtMnnBagor talno4elttttllfetL R is not denied that her raM49crt4 toetnben of the last Mretoittl caoene to vole against the rill ot tiarfr aonItitrrotrb by trading flhMft jt in UM pub c MrrtoQ crfthe e to not 4tnpdtlj Percy tfM MMm B ha been JaZ tae kMtl of the board ot control winch hM to U1 cc all hepeyoff t1W aftfi at auppttoa of the dbMft to tn0Qtotloni and wforma fie R et tDe elate therefore the ma aWBB ader ata oanoet abuse Gen HJTJB beoouac tbaae things are trueI and U good people an inquiring IJfte fVwa ft oKnncfttb denied that Qw m Mnf ooHd corruptly in giving tko jobe to state committeemen for the purpoae of controlling the action of the commtttaea of the party that it aot d oomptly IB trading Jobs for votei against Blackbwm that nothing lees than corrnpt purpose could be behind tha appointment of such men as Holy and Board on the board of control Gen Hays cannot stop things ae attorney general but aa governor he could and would Henderson Gleaner Dem And this same BeckhamHager com bine U aakine to be endorsed by the people of the state With the record before thorn will they do It s A Democratic campaign circular saysIt is under Democratic administra tion that a new Kentucky capitol is being eroctsd and without imposing any additional burden upon the tax payers of the state But the circular faHa to state that the capltol to being built with the Jl30fOftO fund collected from the na banal government on on old war claim that enfilit to have been collected long ago And it is true that the tax rate has met been Incraaaod but the new nystom of lleeneee aMe a tremencmB burley U the ottiaen od inereosee the sUtflta tucocic which b befog din buNt with such profligacy by the DemccraUc adminktvation- t+ We defy anyone to shew where any thing puce ever been done by the Dem ocratic administration to enforce the Sunday closing law with the excep LoulsvUletfhlchAnd yet the law has been on tho stat uto books for years The Democratic platform as promulgated by Candidate Hager does not contain a single reference to the temperance question Was this an oversight or was it done deliberately t y DEMOCRATIC ATTEMPT to DISFRANCHISE THE VOTERS The last Democratic General Assem bly see Acts 1906 Pago 30X passed a bill submitting to the people a cor atltutional amendment whereby all persons are prevented from voting who have not paid in full alt state county municipal district and sohool taxes duo by them for tho year pre Ious to tho ono In which they over to voto Sold bill ta as follows CHAPTER 55 An act relating to amendment of Section 146 of tho Constitution relat ing to suffrage and elections Bo it enacted by the General AHweni bly of the Commonwealth of Kon tuck 1 That upon the ooaounvnce of threefifths ot all tie members elected to each house the yeas aed nays be ing taken thereon and entered In full in their respective journals Section 145 of the Constitution of Kentucky be ad it is amended by adding a fourth paragraph to sold socUD con taming tho following words towit 4 Persons who have not at least sixty days before the election at which they offer to vote paid in full all state county municipal district and school taxes due by them for tho year previous to tho one in which they offer to voto That Section 145 of the ConatHuton of Kentucky relating to suffrage and elections be amended to read as follows 1 Every malo citizen of the Tnlted States of the age of twentyono rears who has resided in the state one year and in the county six months or the precinct In which be otters to vote sixty days next preceding the election shall be a voter in said precinct nnd not elsewhere but the following per sons are excepted and shall not huve the right to vote 1 Persons convicted In any court of competent Jurisdiction of treason or felony or bribery m an election o of such high misdemeanor aa the General Assembly may declare shall operate as an exclusion from the right- of suffrage but persons hereby PS eluded may be restored to their chI right by executive pardon 2 Persons who at tho time of true election are in confinement tinder the Judgment of a court for some IlOna offense 3 Idiots and insane persons 11 Persons who have not at least sixty days before the election at which they offer to vote paid in full all state county municipal district and school taxes duo by them for the year previous to tho one in which they offer to voto Thlfl bill Includes at taxes so that if the poll tax or tax on tho head Is not paid as stated tho right to vote wlH oeoee at least for that year and this right to vote wiU be denied at each election thereafter until the taxes are paid This amendment will bo voted oa at an tho coming elections all persons against it fixing tho mark on tho ballot In front of tho word No This Is the first time In the his tory of Kentucky that a money qual ification has attempted to be fixed upon the voter e Not only the vote Retlee bat tho honest man M welt will be dteftwv chased for the former cannot soil t par vote having none to eel and the lat ter however good a citizen will be disfranchisedThis not BO favorable to the vote seller as tho certificate law of registration which the Democratic party has made a vend bIo commod ity with no punishment provided for the seller or the purchaser Every man who soils hie certificate this year will put It in the power of tho purchaser to deprive him of his franchise or at say rate to destroy the same so as to prevent the veto being cast against this amendment Beckham and the Farmers It is heralded over this county that Governor Bcckbam is the host friend we ever had We admit he did not oppose the capitol appropriation but If any one of the many things sold about his administration to regard to contributions received rather tribute exacted from public contractors be true then it may be that he favored the appropriation in order to have another large contractor who could if i ho felt disposed contribute to his campaign But let us look at the gov ernors record as a friend of the farmer It was shown by an investi gation of the senate that the great tobacco trust called the American To bacco company contributed 915000 to Governor Beckhams campaign ex penses We do not know whether thoy thought they had a promise like the liquor men thought they did but It Is plain that the only law that was ever on the statute books that favored the tobacco grower the McCain law was repealed by one of the governor3 legislatures Strange that in all his speeches the governor has never once referred to his position on that law or on tho tobacco trust a subject that Is alive Just now The farmers and tobacco growers should rememberithls contribution and the repeal of law that followed when they a1re re minded of the many things tho gov error has doneFrankfort 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JAMES C BENNETT- P O Box 125 Hartford K- yLICENSED AUCTIONEERWill i soooIble Quick Relief andCare forHead ache BacKache Dizziness N Indigeation Malaria etc s i 1 7UIIAKNT BARtfJETT c SMITO R 8IATTORNEYS AT HERTFORD K- Y1tl practice thelrprofesslon in all thin courts of Ohio and 4dJolnlngcounIties and Court of Appeals Special tentton given to all business atIto their care Collections and the tice of Criminal and Heal aw Specialties Ing Office In Estate1L ld FRANK L FELIX Attorney tKaoHARTFORD J Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Col lections a Specialty Office in the eraid building y b CHASMCROWE LAWY R HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Special at tention given to criminal practice and to collections Office In old Republican building on Center street iTNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collections making abstracts Ac also Notary Public for Ohio county Office north side public square R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice in the State and Federal Court Prosecutes claims for pensions Etc Collections promptly attended to Also Notary Publlu for Ohio county Office over Williams Drug Store M L HEAVIUN EltNEST WOODWAHi HEAVRIN WOODWARD 1c f t CIa HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession in all tho courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention giv en criminal practice and collections Of fice next door to flank of Hartford YANCY L MOSLBY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank WB BARNES 8 A ANDERSON BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY theyhavetlco of Law in all courts State and Fed eral 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 H BARNES S A ANDERSON GRADUATE NURSEY MIS SUSIE MAY A graduate of Owensboro City Hos pital has located i- nHARTFORD timesResidencephone No 137 1 h Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance ROUGi RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY INCORPOBITID The Rongh River Telephone Co operatedbyreasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is being constantly ex tended are as follows for5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 eta amiles c ctsJWOBANNON KHartford Ky JI flITTERS UThe beat tonic CUrMlva4L Medicine for these dia eaaea Sic Guaranteed Si I i p HABITS AND CUS ESKIMOfS1 Few Evidences That They Haye Any Belief Respecting Future Life e V StefansBoirettfnologlst oftho A glo mericnn polar expedition who cop geted with tho Peabody Museu of Harvard University and who with tho Eskimos last winter at t mouth of the Mackenzie river recently curious practices among th people In manifesting their respe alor the dead The degree of tho civilization of nation said Mr Stefansson Is larg eljjAneasured by the respect shown for thOad and curiously enough whit these Eskimos cannot be regarded a being civilized their continued respe for their dead would do credit i character and sincerity to any of th nations of the earth They rear n monuments to mark the resting pine of their dead and on which to recor the virtues and achievements of their heroes but if memory is the only thing that grief can call her surely this one thing ia ownr affectionate and enduring of these simple and generous people of tho far North These customs of fer some of the very few evidences that these people have any belief res petting a future life When a death occurs tho body i taken to some suitable spot and ered with debris of various kind- drift wood forming a large part of It Food consisting mainly of fish to this is their chief article of diet i simpletuseful to tho departed spirit This i renewed so long as they have oppor Ity to do so As they seldom stay longer than one year In a place thisI period marks the limit of this expression of their sorrow and interest inI the future welfare of ho dead But they did not stop with the giv- Ing of food and presents And this throws light on another of their curIious customs The name of the deadI persrfn is given to the child next and if no birth occurs until after a number of the tribe have died then the names of all the dead are given to the child But it must be understood that in giving them to the child the presents are really Intended foi the spirits of the dead Of course they do not exactly speak of them as spir its but they have a vague indefina ble conviction that somehow and some where their departed frlneds and comrades still exist and may need their helpThis seems to be the natural ex pression of their communistic tices So far as food clothing shelterI and protection are concerned every thing is held In common for the com mon good It is for this reason that unselfishness Is genuinely character istic of these Eskimos Kindness that is limited only by the simple and un favored character of their environment seems to be an Instinct for even the children are quiet obedient and deferential to their elders and in their play they do not appear to have the lively sense of personal rights so usual in young people Thus they grow to manhood and womanhoodand It seems natural that their memory and affec tion for the dead should find expres sion in simple acts of thoughtful consideration for their imagined needs to Is all very pretty and worthy of care in ful study When I go back among this people as I intend doing next spring shall have every opportunity- to gather many more and equally cur iious customs tit these generous Esquio osSeattlo PostIntllligencer You never have any trouble to get en 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 mem ber of the family Sold by all drug gists m NOTICE the Claude Maddox et alfor motion or der graded common school district L It appearing that Claude Maddox and ehtythreo other legal voters who I tax payers in tho town of McHen Ky a town of the sixth classhavo led a petition on the 28 day of June 19 1907 in conformity with the Kentucky of Statutes section 4464 it is therefore ordered and adjudged by the Court that tho boundary of tho proposed the graded comon school district be as Hfreed on by the County Judgo and etltlnoers as follows Beginning at W C SmlthaInclud ing him thence running East to Tno B Benders including him thence to Mrs C M Hunters house Including it thence to Sam Maddoxs Including him thence to Orville Phelps in eluding slim thence to the Hiram Maddox farmlncluding it thence west big Including him and Lto Robert SmpBonB jfthence to TOr Smiths including him i thence to William Hamiltons prop a- K I l s t II erty including It thence to Calvin Lo noys houselncludlng itand thence to the beginning R B Martin Sheriff of Ohio coun ty is directed to open a poll in said proposed graded common school dis trict to tho McHonry school house at the next regular State election to bq held therein on Tuesday after the that Monday in November 1907 for tho purpose of taking the senseof the legal white voters In skid proposed uponn anis100mproperty pro beheor corpora capitaattwentyetono years age pro districtapurpose a graded common school in said graded common school district and for erect suitables Courtncommonay 106dincluded wholly or partly of said pro posed graded common school district whU1ingboundary of said proposed district is fromscom mon school house and that the site therear are set opt petitions R B Martin is further dl somerthesat twenty days fore the election and also to advertise handsat conspicuous places In 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 quesI are you or Graded Common School Tax and they Clerk shall record his vote herein as the voter may direct and they shall at th same time and place hold an election at which a Board consisting of six trustees shall be elected by the duly qualified voters of said proposed grad ed common school district Acopy AttestW C 0 C C NINE CHICKENS COST- THIEVES 900 Farmers Roosts but Leave Wallet Full of Bills When Scared Away La Crosse Wis Oct 19Nino hundred dollars for nine plain ordinary chickens was the price paid by some thieves who raided the roosts on the farm of August Lenhoff near Call donia one night this week Mrs Lenhotf was aroused during the night by the barking of her dogs Her husband was away only two small children being at homo with her A cackling in the chicken coop told her the story and taking a doublebarreled shotgun she hurried tho barnyard firing both barrels tho air The thieves evidently sov eral in number escaped and Mrs Lenhoff returned to bed t- In tho morning the woman found wallet containing 900 in bills near ne of the nests Later In the morning three men re presenting themselves to bo chick buyers called and reuested to see tho fowls on tho place Mrs Lenhoff informed them she had none for sale but they insisted upon looking over tho flock declaring they had been told by neighbors that the Lenhoff collection of chickens was an ex ceptionally fine one The woman followed them to the chicken yard where they searched ground diligently without avail Mrs Lenhoff lost nine fine chickens but she has deposited the 900 in the village saving bank Notice ti There will be a call meeting of the Industrial cooperatlvo Association at McHenry school house Saturday Oct 1907 at 1 p m for the purpose electing receiving the money sub scribdo to said Association and considering other business pertaining to best Interest of tho Association Lhe Given under my hand this Oct 6 1007 CHAS W MILLIKIN Sec Against Capital Punishment Wall street is unanimous against th kind of capital punishment which pun- Ishes capital Minneapolis Journal DeWitts Carbollzed Witch Hazel Salve is good for little burns and bruises small scratches or bruises big ones It is healing and sooth- Ing Good for piles Sold by all drug be 11sts m i JUDGE aaRepublican T Nominee for ATTORNEY PGENERALeople Will Address ORE1KYI AT 1 OCLOCK P M FridayNov11907You Peer of Any in Kentucky You Will Be Entertained and instructed No abuse Just Plain Facts Put Forth in Chaste Elegant Language LADIES ESPECIALLY INVITED NEW AND SUCCESS FUL CANCER SURGERY Remarkable Operation of Remov ing Six Organs is Performed What Is described by physicians as- a remarkable surgical operation for cancer was performed at the Hahne mann Hospital on Thursday with ap parent success The patient was Mrs Georgo Blydenburg wife of George Blydenburg a wealthy contractor of Bay Shore Long Island Mrs Blydenburg entered the hospita two weeks ago after several physicians had been consulted all of whom refuse undertake tho operation fearing fatal results Mrs Blydenburg was suffering from a cancerous growth of the Crump after an Xray examination found that her death was only a question of a few days unless something was done and decided to perform the operation at once He sent for Dr Georgo King tho patients family physician Tho operation was witnessed by ten physicians several from out of town one being a woman from Schenectady and Dr Judson Sanders of Reading Pa professor of obstetrics The operation lasted for nearly three hours In that time six organs were removed includ ing the upper portion of tho bladder the vermiform appendix ten Inches of tho ilium and the ascending colon Acordlng to the physicians opera ons on theso indlvfdual organs have been performed but never in a combination of six In performing tho operation to insure its success it was necessary to remove the largo glands from the abdominal blood vessels and injury to which would have been car tain death Throughout the process patient was under anesthetics Bo fore the operation she had a pulse of eighty and after it only 100 much to tho surprise of tho surgeonsIThe third day after tho operation Mrs Blydenburg showed great improvement The news of the operation medlcnljtraternlty pationtjTomorrow used to kill any fragments of the growth in the tissues The case will placed before the Academy of Pathological Science and other medi I II i cal societies of this country I In commenting on the operation yes terday Dr King said that It appeared now that the time was not far distant when almost any excepting the vital organ can be removed without dang rI of death The mortality of cancer which Is so appalling said the physi cian Is the mortality of delay If patients would only consult physicians early and if physicians In general would appreciate that It only takes a few weeks to develop Into a hopeless case then cancer would with other conditions take Its proper place as to mortalityMrs condition has so improved that she has asked for solids to eat She Is about fifty years old and was in good health until a year at If she recovers tho physicians say her- I case will be a matter of Importance I to medical history New York Tri bune LAST CALL i For Tax in Ohio County unIderI will bo compelledto collect all taxes so if you havent a tax receipt when that time como you will have to pay 18 per cent penalty and clerk cost f170 extra So dont fall to pay your j tax at once and save this extra cost RB MARTIN 8 0 C Jamestown TerCentennial Ex position NORFOLK VA APRIL 26 TO NOVEMBER 30 1907 Rates from Beaver Dam Ky SEASON EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30 inclusive Final return limits Dec 15 1907 Rates for round trip 3045 GODAYS EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30in elusive Final return limits Sixty 60 days from date of sale not to exceed I December 15 1907 Rates for round trip 2870 15DYS EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 19 to November 151daysDecember 15 Rate for round trip 2360 RATESDato on vetch Tuesday from April 30 to No rettlrn sale Rate for round trip 1620 J E WILLIAMS Agent f I GROWERS ROUNDED I UP THE BUYERS I Farmers Corralled Tobacco Deal ers at Sebree and told them to Quit Buying Madlsonvllle Ky Oct 19A con firmed report from the Sebree country In Webster county Is to the effect twcuIty or in number rounded up all the tobacco buyers In the neighbor hood of Sebree Thursday and escorted them to town where they were turn ed loose after being warned that even worse might befall them If they per sisted in buying tobacco there theIi crowd of farmers visited all the werehouso managers in Sebree and warned them not to send out another buyer in that country on pain of direful consequences A meeting of the tobacco men representing the different trust such as I tho Imperial the Regis and tho Amer ican company was held in Henderson and it was decided to observe the law I laid down to them by the farmers be j longing to the associations in the Se bree neighborhood and there will I I probably bo no more tobacco bought tram independent farmers in Webster countyThis will work a hardship on the independent farmers that have stay ed out of tho assoclaions in tho hopo I of getting a better price for their I tobacco and Just what will do inkthebe a puzzle The Dark Tobacco asso I ciations books have closed and It will be impossible for them to get their crops in it so it looks as if the equity holds the whip hand in Webster county i just at present Tho equity or stemming district association will keep its book open until tho last days of Oc tober and if tho independent farmers stay out until after they will probably not be able to sell this years crop of tobacco at all or at any price u Persuant to tho foregoing order and judgment I will cause to be opened a poll at the time and place and in the manner and for the purposes therein directed R B MARTIN s O C Oct 3 1907 1 o J LfI13iiY1riB IDTJnT Oho County Circuit CourtToF BIrkhead JUdge Bon D RIngo Attorney Oscar MJdklrf Jailer Ed G Barraaa Clerk Frank L Felix Master CommIssIonerY L Mose ley Trustee Jury Fund K B Martin Sheriff Hartford Deputies S A Bratcher 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 CourtW B Taylor Judgef W S TInsley Clerk E M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convene first Monday in each month Quarterly Court Begins on the third Monday In January April July and Oc toberCourt of claims Convenes first Mon day In January Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Officers N Moxley Surveyor Slireve S W Leach Assessor Rafe RoyJames DeWeeseSchool Superintend cnt Hartford Jerome Allen Coronet Jingo JUSTICES COUnTSJoJ H Williams Beaver DamMarch 24 Juno 23 September 21 December 21 26JunoW S Lean Duniloe Marth 27 June 26 September 2C December 27 W It Edge ofllsvllleIalch 2SJun2 September 27 December 23- B S ChPtnberlaln BedaMarch 23 Juno 25 September 2S December 20 Herbert Render ntertownIarch20 Juno 23 September 29 December 30 uolm II Miles Rockport March 31 Juno 30 September 30 December 31 HARTFORD POLICE COURT R R Wedding Judge J S GtennClty Attorney Seth MoseleyMarslml Court convenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES- M E Church SouthServices third Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m2nd Sunday at 7 p mlth Sunday- at 11 ft m and 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev J oLewis Pastor assisted by RevJ Frank BakerBaptist Church Services held Satur day night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday everyThursdayPastor C P Church Services first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev Boznrth Pastor Christian ChurchServices every first Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Rov W B Wright Pastor School Trustees HartfordC M Crowe J S Glenn W S TlnsloyC M Barnett Dr E B Pendlcton City CouncllJ H Williams Mayor C M CrowcClcrk C M BarnettTreaa urer R E L Slmmermnn Dr E D Pen leton A D Wlte Win Fair Wm Bean Dr J W Taylor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lo1 o No C75 F A Masons 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 Vickers Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythias meets every Tuesday night R D Walker C C R C Porter K of R and S Hartford Tent No 99 1C O T M meets every Thursday night J C Her Commander D E Thomas Rec ord Keeper Sunshlno Hive No 42 L 0 T M Meets first Friday evening and third Friday afternoon of each month Mrs K Wayne Griffin Lady Commander Miss Sue Yelser Lady Record Keeper Preston Morton Post No4 G A nholds rtmilar meetings Saturday heft tho first Sunday In each month F r Porter Commander R A AndersC Ohio Tribe No 1SS Imp Order Red Men meets second and fourth Wednes day nights in each month Seth Mose ley Sachem J Ney Foster Chief oC Records Woodmen of tho World meets first and third Wednesday nights In cach month It L Tweddell Counsel Commander Dr E B Pendleton Camp Clerk A PROMPT EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR LLFORM- SOFRHEUMATISM NeuralgiaKidney Klnarad OIaaaG- IVES QUICK RELIEF Applied externally It affords almost In stant relief from pain while permanent results are being effected by taking it In ternally purifying the blood dissolving ItfromDR S D BLAND Of Brewton On writes andleasgather from medical work and alio coniultcd with a number of the belt nothing that garo the Ih7ICIll1baUound protlotoeDRO L GATES Hancock Minn writesA- llttteBlrlberebadiuchaneakbackeaniedby and Kidney Trouble that he tbrrputtodaysheI preecrlbetDIt0I5 for my peUent and use It la my practice FREERheumatismItnbago us for a trial bourn of PROPS PURELY VEGETABLE opiumcocAinemorphlae and other similar ingredients Large elinattt 5DROPA DoteC10O rreatbyDrogtllWA- 0OIROEOMATIO OOOE KMMN c4 IT Ito frpkg r c r r f y oT n i p rui1-J r i P 7 L IfoJ xyI t If t rrtrtrtrtrtrtrtrtrtrtrt rtIt rtrttwtrt rt rtTrttrttTrtrtrtrt rtitrtiA ii- s I I t J I I I I s2t 1 J BARNES BROS1 BEAVER bAM KY1 1 C I l l HERBERTiOctober 21Mrs Edna Ford Dun Call will move to Owensboro tomor row Her sister Mis Sallie EF ord will accompany her to attend school this winter Mr Ellis Lyons has moved to Whites villo Mr Lyons has been on the same farm fortyeight years His neighbors regret very much to give he and his wife up Mrs Chambers of Floral is vIsit- ing hot son Mr Jim Chambers Mr aud Mrs C W Phillips and son James visited Mrs Emma Miller j Saturday t Iar1Chamhersford Saturday Miss Mabel Miller is visiting her aunt Mrs Polk Gilmore Fordsvllle bites Mattie Milllgan has returned from Owensboro Mr Carl Floyd lost a good horse last week Also Mr Jack Morrison S lost a fine horse Mr Morrison thinks his horse was killed from eating frost bitten corn Mrs Zelma Lanum Fordsvllle is visiting her father Mrs George liar nett and other relatives A protracted meeting will begin at r Panther Creek church the night of the theta241 i Rev Hilcry Rice Valuable Farm for Sale 1 I One hundred and sixteen acre farm situated on the Hartford and Owens tboro road eight miles from Hartford twenty miles from Owensboro All under state of cultivation good dwel ling and outbuildings Three never failing springs Eight acres In fine meadow orchard etc I t For terms apply to Barnett Smithy Republican office t A S of E I John P Foster will speak at Lawson school house next Saturday y t + j 1 Oct 2Gat 3 p mlIn the interest of Equity u + Notice In Bankruptcy In the district court of the United States for the western district of Kentucky DivisionI111 the matter I runt i To the Creditors of Jacob Cohen of I Owensboro in tho County of Daviess and District aforesaid bankrupt Notice is hereby given that on the Mth day of October A D 1907 the bankIIUptPico of J A Dean In Owensboro Ken tucky on tho 2nd day of November A D 1907 at 2 P M at which time the sail creditors may attend prove their claims appoint a trustee examine the Bankrupt and transact such I other business as may properly come before said meeting October 22nd 1907 j A DEAN Referee in Bankruptcy r School Statistics 21T7174TotalPercentage of of total pop ulation ten years of age and- over 1G5 Rank of Kentucky on the basis of this percentage 37 That is Kentucky stands 37th in the list of States when their relative positions are computed on the basis ot their percentage of illiteracy among the total population ten years of age and over Total white population of Ken tucky 1802309 Percentage of Illiteracy of the white population ten years of ago and ov er 128 Rank of the State on this basis of this percentage 42 There are ten of the best counties In Kentucky noted for their wealth good roads and historic families that show a total of 6788 native white il literates of native white parentage f just 92 fewer than the native white j Illiterates of native white parents in I the whole State of Maine nearly twice as many as In tho whole State of Mas achusetts and over twice as many as n Nebraska Percentage of illiteracy of white voting population 188 J Rank of Kentcky on his basis 49 Percentage of illiclty of white vot ers tflfcO Rank of Kentucky on this basis 46 nativeIare counties Kentucky in which the percentage of illiterate whrlto voters is twenty or more in eight of these the percentage is thirty or more and In three it is thirtyfive j In 1900 the whole number of 11l1t crate white voters In Kentucky was G7517a number at least twice the size of the largest plurality in a State election in recent years The rural school census white is a little over 87 per cent of the whole census of the State There is scarce ly fifty per cent of the chldl rn at school ago in Kentucky In any school What will be done to put more children I Into the rural district schools to provide them with longer terms better schoolhouses better roads to travel on and better teachers The present law permits any county to vote a tax in better support of the public schools Not a single county in the State is now using that privilege Mason coun ty has a special county tax but It was not secured under tho present State Law l f I According to the last report of the State Superintendent of Public Instructions there are only 520 white districts out of a total 7385 that have a tax to the term or increas the salary The present term of the rural school In Kentucky Is only one hundred and twenty days I I I f s ARMY IATContinued from first page Owensboro Wednesday night and made for another sally Into the country districts this morn growers who Tuesday marched to the factories In Owens boro and requested that the buyers be recalled from the county and who Wednesday rode nearly twenty miles on horses and visited the farmers and requested them to cease selling their crops seem to have been successful in the first clash with the enemy J C Engelhard manager 6T the American Tobacco Company in Ow ensboro announced last night that he had recalled all of his buyers from the country and that they would not be sent out again until the present has quieted down The Imperial Tobacco the Gallaher limited and J M Vaugh an have recalled their buyers- L N Robinson general of tho peaceful army said last night that yesterdays work of the tobacco growers had exceeded their expecta tions We saw scores of farmers bo said and many of them said I they would pool if the Companies would release them from their contracts I believe that over a half million pounds of tobacco was pool ed yesterday I Many recruits joined the army I yesterday and last night over three hundred farmers assembled at the court house The meeting was held f behind closed doors and sentries I were on watch and no one not a member of tho American Society of I was admitted Reports were received from the different captains and as they were made these on the j knows that EVERYBODY is largely governed by start If you start you a chance of aright fin ish this applies to buying clothes as well as ridingI to hounds if you start your clothes = =buying by a de termination to get the best possible for your money youll get it That means that youll start at our store and in one of our Hart Schaffner 4 Marx Suits or Overcoats That will be the finish for your clothes =buy ing because these clothes are in every way from start to finish all=I wool tailored cor rect in perfect fitting We sell clothes for allages and sizes at prices to suit every purse I E R ft si Speakings- Mr Owensboro Illiteracy lengthen preparations ingTobacco agitation Company the right stand good finish right right right style sssss One trial will convince you that w S1orLiitJment will reliev ioWness and stiffness quicker arid easier preparationsqtUr penerroresro me pone the blood drives strengthondThousands use Stoops Liniment toothsproinscuts bruises bums crania stingsPRICE Otter S Sloan 5loitl1assVSA outside could hear the cheers of the men who as ono of the number de clared are now engaged in a life and death struggle J Early this morning the men will again mount their horses and go to other sedans of the county not visited Wednesday They reported that a large quantity of tobaocohas been soldThe growers deny that the trust can purchase the pooled tobacco in Louisville at a cheaper price than they are paying for the 1907 crop They declared that they are asking eleven dollars for the tobacco in storage at Louisville of the 1905 and 1906 crops and that no com pany has ever agreed to take It at aJof I r 1 I the A SIof E in Daviess county wits seen last night at the court bousS meeting He expressed himself pleas ed with the results pf yesterdays can vass Ho said Many of the men we saw today willing release them from the contract We have received word from the Americans Tobacco Company that its buyers havet been recalled and we understand that tho buyers for the Imperial Galla her Limited nad J M Vaughan will also be brought in at once We are pleased with the present situation and believe we will win out in tho end No one has ever offered the mini mum price of 11 for the tobacco of 4Louisville jI L t r