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S v + r 4 c I c r rsnw 91of h ti it 1M A 1 r wI- t I- 1tjC f I i f yy ttzrtferbi r Itepubik i he Job Work tDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL ThE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Yearr iOL XX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY i KY I FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8 1907 No 16 WILLSON AND REPUBLICAN TICKETj ISWEEP STATEr BY OVER 18000 MAJORITY rtjiEhISLATIJRE BELIEVED TO BE REPUBLICAN ON iJOINT BALLOT INSURING MUMS DEFEAT t any Siirprises All Over the StateOhio County t Comes Up With Over Six Hundred Majority foivthe State Ticketa Latest returns from last Tuesdays Section indicate a majority of 18000 I orA E Willson Republican candl date for Governor and the electlon of i the entire ticket with majorities about 000 less The Senate on account of i the hold over members will remainI Democratic but the House will i invure tJnlted States Senator The Railroa- I 5 Commission will stand two Republic Wans and one Democrat The First Con K gresslonal district did not give half the majority the Democrats expected wajof it while the second was also almost wiped out The majority in the Fourth district will not exceed 600 and 6 of ithe 10 members of the House will be Republicans In the DavlessMcLean Senatorial district for the first time 1aRepublican has been elected Judge defeating Henry Overstreet Paducah Owensboro and every city In Kentucky of any size except Lex 1UBIU1J will hove Republican city government e The third district gave the Republican ticket a majority of near i 1y 1200 Louisville gave Willson al f most 8000 majority and elected Grin I stead Mayor by about 6000 The Democratic majority in the Eighth distrlt was extinguished The 9th f and 10th giving about 1000 each Re publican The oldEleventh rolled up t a majority of over 20000 on the right w side I Both sides claim the Legislature on f Joint ballot but the Courier Journal says there is no chance for Beckhams ejection to the United States Sensate I It claims that the Democrats will hold a caucus and select a new candidate It will take the official court to de 1 termine which side will control the House i OHIO COUNTY The resUlt in Ohio county is very gratifying to the Republicans A majority of 622 for Willson is tho largest ever given in a State wee and f proves that Ohio county Is reliably Republican Dr Duff for Representative and Wm Flener for Jailer both have majorities a little below the t State ticketIThe Constitutional Amendment was r defeated in Ohio county by probably 1600 majority The following table gives the result by precincts in the county in the races for Governor Representative and Jail- or W 13 tI ajG- i a PRECINCTS 1F g s gI0 1 It liltQ 115142I120h38Beda 10813711111711091145llagan Cool Springs 67 6S 66 66 661 fi6c 731113SHorse Branch 76 126 78 121 77 122 Rosino 62 195 64196 64193 E Beaver Dam 90 107 90 103 88 115 W Beaver Dam 111011401110113611081138 McHenry 54 120 63 115 56 115 Centertown J 132 122 i28 121126 124 Smallbous 62 36 62 36 52 36 iE Fordsvlllo 67 148 64 148 61 132 Eprdsville 72 112 73 112 81107 y 65 24 62 24 62 24 Shrevo 68 65 62 69 71 61 Olaton 55 66 65 66 54 63 Buford 73 45 73 43 74 42 Bartlett J 87 94 83 94 8693 Heflln 68 46 69 46 60 45 Ceralvo 30 61 30 50 30 60 Pt Pleasant 39 38 39 38 39 38 a Narrows 84 65 81 64 81 64 Ralph 89 65 87 66 88 63 Prentls v 66 63 64 63 64 63 Herbert 61 26 58 26 60 25 Arnold 3070 29 64 29 66 Render 27 59 24 58 2466 I Total 2347 mil 2J2 3939 2IM 2914 622 617 560 Following is the result on Governors race by dlStilctsllMajorlty Districts Firstrtu i 6728 I Second 818fO i Third 1155 Fourth 179 7913 Sixth HiO th 34311 rHj 1 IV r c offc Seventh 4450 Eighth 482 jNInth Tenth I 74 Eleventh 19733 ITotals 13000X3055 to increase of 400 votes i Whitley county ELECTIONdAt last Tuesdays election for City Councilmen for Hartford there were two tickets In the field Regular Democratic and Citizens tickets The re suit was as follows East West W E Ellis 35 77 J H B Carson 28 73 67nE Crabtreo 30 73 Hooker Williams 46 84 G B Likens 28 65 Wayne Griffin 33 84 R E Lee Simmerman 37 91 C M Barnett 34 83 Will Bean 26 84 S J Wedding 26 80 E E Blrkhead 1 36 91 Ellis and Wlllams were the only ones on the Democratic ticket elected Griffin Barnett Birkhead and Sim merman being selected from the cit izens ticket which received almost the solid Republican vote EQUITY LIKELY TO- F4ANUFAOTURE All of Tobacco Of The 1906 Crop Negotation Pending With Louis ville Manufacture Would Eliminate Surplus The Green River District Tobacco society of the A S of Els consider ing a proposition to manufacture nIl i of Its 1906 crop now stored with the Louisville Warehouse Co This proposition has been under consideration by the leaders for several days past and was discussed at a meet lug held at Turbin Woods fac tory on Tuesday night It appears to bo generXTly acceptable to the members of the A S of E who haveI tobacco in the pool and it Is probable that arrangements will be speedily completed for putting tho tobacco on tile market In the manufactured form- Negotiations are pending with a Louisville manufctory for manufacturing tho ArS of E tobacco The bulk of It will probably be made into chewing tobacco although a considerable quantity will probably be made into smoking tobacco It will bo put on the market with the A S ot E label on it and offered to tho trade over the country If this deal goes through it will practically eliminate the available supply of Green river tobacco with the exception of the 1907 crop JIlchI will be pooled with theA S of E and that hold by tho independent growers The A S of E tobacco of the 1905 crop has passed opt of the control of the committee and will doubtless be sold in a short time by the Louisville Warehouse Company The 1906 crop pooled with tho Home Warehouse company has been disposed of In England and the 1907 tobacco controlled by that organization has been sold to tho American Tobacco Company to be delivered from wagons at the Owens factory With the 1906 cropjl in storage in Louisville out a way the A S of E In Green I River district would bo In position to sell the 1907 crop direct to the buyerS in Owensboroi or in anyl other manner that might seen iliwwJr LITTLE TIMBER IN KENTUCKY I Yellow Poplar Becoming a Scarce Article First Report of the Government Forest Service Aid from StatesWashington Nov 5The first son operntivne a of Kentucky by the United States For est Service and tho State Board of Agriculture has just been completed and the experts who have been in charge of the investigations have just returned to Washington Good progress was made in th study during the past summer and the territory drained by the Big San dy and Little Sandy rivers and Tygar- creek has been covered This are includes the following counties Pike Letcher Knott Floyd Martin John son Lawrence Boyd Greenup Carter and Elliot Tho work will be take up again next spring and completed so far as the funds available will per mit The expense of tho Investigation is borne jointly by the Government and the State each appropriat ing 2000 There has been an average of three men on the work for the past three months J S Holmes of the section of cooperation in the Forest Service has been in charge of the study and R G PondWesley Bradfiold and Max The latter was added to the force the latter part of the summer Each man took ti county or other specified area and visited the watersheds In his district As much Information as possi ble was gained from local land own ers timber dealers and sawmill men Since figures relative to stand per acre were essential many sample area wero estimated care being token to note the percentnge of species us well as the total volume The object of the study has been to determine the present timber supply the rate of consumption and other facts which may servo as a basis for suggestions and recommendations to be embodied in the report which is to be submitted to the Kentucky Leg islatureThe investigation so far conducte has shown that within reasonable dis tance of railroads and floating streams there Is very little good timber left and yellow poplar is getting scarce all through the region Ten years ago this tree was the most Important one of tho region but now the cut of white oak exceeds it both in quantity and value Many watersheds ar practically devoid of mercantile tim ber and many others are rapidly ap proaching this condition Much o the land has been cleared for farming purposes but owing to the steepness- of the hills which in many sections wash badly and to the natural pov CIty of the soil a largo proportion of the cleared land hits been abandoned after raising a few crops of corn and It is now growing up in briars and bushes very slowly reverating to forest again This part of the State is on the whole fairly thickly settled and tho people depend to a large extent on marketing and manufacture of the timber for a livelihood It is therefore highly important not so much that the timber itself should be preserved but that the forest lands should bo handled in such a way that a perpetual supply of timber may reasonably be expected r Mr and Mrs Griffin Entertain Mr and Mrs Z Wayne Griffin en tertained at progressive eucher last Friday evening Nineteen games were played and a delightful evening was enjoyed by the many guests Mrs E E Btrkhead won the prize offered the and Capt J G Keown won the gentlemans prize Delicious light refreshments were served The follow are those who enjoyed Mr and Mrs Griffins generous hospitality Mr and Mrs C M Barnett Mr and Mrs Hooker Williams Dr and Mrs B Pendleton Map Z H Shultz 0 1- y r MrsRC E Smith Miss Margaret Gunther Miss Hattie Barnett Miss Sanderfur Dr and Mrs A S Yewell Misses Sophia and Stella Woerner MIss Laura Morton Mr and Mrs J S Glenn Mr and Mrs S A Ander PForemanBraxter E W Cooper R C Porter Frank Foreman Mr and Mrs J C Wagen Mr J W Ford Mr E G Barrass Mr J G Keown Mrs E E Btrkhead and Mrs J R Phipps Halloween Entertainment Tile Arrah Wanna Club was enter taincd on Halloween by Miss Leone Maddox The guests had the novel experience of being received by a weird ghost The darkness of the hall was relieved by a ghost with a pumpkin head containing lights The parlor was decorated with mistletoe gamesOr deIwere e guests of honor were Mesdames Les 3taShultz E W Ford and Misses Bessie Gillespie Eva Taylor and Ruby Davis The members present were Misses Burnton Annie Patton Kate Thomas Ef He Render Cassle Riley Hettlo Riley Pearle Thomas Florence Jones Deb bte Taylor Annie Moreland Leone Maddox and Mary Keown NIGHT RIDERS r APPLY TORCH Burn Two Residences in Trig County Force Owner to Watch Work o DestructionMotive of Raid Unknown Hopkinsville Ky Nov 1eburn Ing of two dwellings is tho latest out rage by night riders in Trlgg county A largo gang of marauders went to tho homo of Mr Hendrix at Toggle vllle and calling him to tho dour f forced him to go with them and point out two tenant houses which belonged When this was done both dbuildings were sot on fire and burn ed Only one man called tor Mr Hcndrix but when ho came to tho doorhavlng slipped on his trousers over his night elothcshe was covered by several shotguns and ordered to accompany the band Mr Hendrix begged that ho be firstethis was refused but finally ho was permitted to put them on and ho then eldersfThe riders then fired probably a hundred shots and rode away The cabins were located within sight of tho main Cadiz and Roaring Spring road They wero both unusually good houses being extra large roomy and well built especially tho ono which I was occupied The motive of the night riders in destroying the property could not bo learned One of the houses was unoccupied and this was soon a mass of flumes The other was occupied by tenantsand the family were made to get up and move everything out of the house when the torch was applied to It also Tho night riders are still persecut ing H C Wallis of Rinaldo Lyon county Last week they made a third raid into the neighborhood and gave people along their route orders not to buy merchandise ot Mr Wallls They visited several houses just across the line in Trigg county The first move against Wallis was in tho fall of 1906 when a threatening letter was written to him from Wallonia March 1 1907 three hogsheads of his tobacco were rolled into tho Cumberland river A little later his barn was burned with 10000 pounds of tobacco Tho riders also stopped all of his hands from working for himand have j crippled his mercantile business in every way they can Mr Wallis esti mated his damages up to the present time at2000and tho marauders havo not stopped yet in their persecutions w I A sTY yF RECORD BREAKING L TOBACCO DEAL Home Warehouse Company Sells 1907 Crop Deliveries jn November 20Con tract Prices are 9 9 and 3 Tuesdays Owensboro Messenger says The Messenger is authorized to an pounce that the Green River Equity Varehouse company better known as the Home Warehouse company has sold its entire holdings of to baco of the 1007 crop to the Amer- Ican Tobacco company The contract in part reads as follows Having pooled our tobaco of the 1901 1905 und 1906 crops both as members of the American Society of Equity and as an independent organ ization putting the same up in strips and leaf and having been disappoint ed In the results obtained we have decided that the pooling and holding of redried tobacco is not to the best interest of the farmer On this ac count we have made the following proposition of our own accord to the Amerisan Tobacco Company The Green River Equity Ware house company agrees to deliver to the American Tobacco Company all of the tobacco of the 1907 crop which it dory controls or which it may control to the Owensboro factory of the American Tobaco com pany on such other factory in Owens boro as tho said American Tobacco company may designate at the fol lowing prices It is understood that the prices are well up to the market being from trashfThe Home Warehouse company will show the contract to interested parties who may call at their office after November 7 This deal is one of the largest that has ever been consummated in the Green River district and will be the means of bringing hundreds of thous ands of dollars in currency to 0vns bore for immediate use Tho Green River Equity Warehouse company agrees to furnish graders and adjust all differences that may come up satisfactory to both parties The deliveries will begin on November 20Imeeting of those who lowe pooled with tho Home Warehouse company for 1 oclock Saturday afternoon November 9 a llie court house The next regular meeting of the organi zation was to have been held on No vember 16 but since the preceding deal has been consummated it was decided to call a meeting for Saturday At this meetnlg pledging pledges time are out will be received and the members will bo asked to ratify the contract made with the American Tobacco CompanyIWe have pooled between 5000 000 and 8000000 pounds of the 1907 crop of tobacco sand an officer of the Homo Warehouse company last night Wo have a number of pledges out and these will be brought in pn Saturday HllIyard Riley Mr J E Hlllyard Fredonla Ky and Miss Casslndrla M Riley of Hartford were quietly married at tho residence of her parents Mr and Mrs J C Riley Monday at 1 oclock p in in the presence of a few of the brides closest friends Dr W B Wright of Central City performed the ceremony in a very impressive spanner Mr Hillyard is to be con gratulated on his choice of a lipmeet in lifeH rugged Journey The contracting parties left at once for Beaver Dam where they took the train for Fredonia where they will reside In the future There is a bit of romance connected with the marriage of these young people They mot by chance on the train about two ana onehalf years ago while Miss Riley was In company with a crowd of Hartford pea pIe who went toHorse Branch to con vey the remains of Miss Prudie Ford Their chance acquaintance soon ri pened to friendship Mr Hlllyard vis iting Miss Riley during the Ohio coun ty Fair during that fall- Notice To the farmers of Ohio county You are called to meet in Hartford Satur day November 9 at the court house at 10 a m for the purpose of push ing the work of pooling tobacco in this county A good many men have sold their tobacco and it behooves tho farmers of this county to get busy Tho meeting will be under closed doors None but those interested in pooling will he allowedDAVID MORELAND CARRIE NATIONAT WOOD The Famous Kansas Cyclone in GoodICrowd In Breckinrictee i IPeoille from Hardlnsburg Gleudoane and from several other places in Breck enridge county went to Klngswood Thursday to hear Mrs Carrie Nation speak She delivered two lectures one in thea ftornoou an the other at night MrsN at ion told tile audiences the evils of drink that are known on ly too well then advanced her ideas as how to cut out the evil and build up the good which she partially dens with a hatchet During her stay at Klngswood she was entertained by Rev and Mrs Hughes principals of Klngswood College waltamhUltotalking while the east bound train on which she was a pastwnger was at the station and her impromptu speech on whisky and tobacco vas a treat to those who heard her The first linn Mrs Nation over iisfd her haichii in a saloon was the night her son who was under ago came home drunk SMO became so in dignant at the tiHloim keeper who lot her son have tho whisky unlawfully that site and another woman took their hatchets that night and broke up the saloon That was what start ed her and It is enough to start any mother Though the fat little woman with black eyes and hall that Is thickly timed with grey has been put In Jail thirty times and pall 000 in fines Silo has lcn victorious wad will be uniil the end Ureckcurhlso News t0 COUGH INSURANCE REXALL CHERRY JUICE Is the most economical insurance against coughs you can get One large bottle will insure a whole family against coughs colds And grippe for a whole year Cheap insurance Isnt it The first dosejust one teaspoonful will relieve your cough four doses will stop your cough and a twentyfive cent bottle will break up the worst cold you ever had and we guarantee it like all the Rexall Remedies in that if you are not perfectly satisfied all you have to do Is return the bottle and get your money REXALL CHERRY JUICE Couctr SYRUP is pleasant to take tart and tasty aijd children like it Per bottle 25c 50c 100 James H Williams The Stora h 1 T ivXWCfvtr1L v w IL S I I s fr tr I I t I jr It 1 J I l STERY OF TilE 4 AZTEl DIAMONDS I t Iriown only to the Warlike Mexican Indians tS Supposed to be Hidden Treasure p of Some Buccaneer of Past Centuries There Is no more tantalizing le semis of hidden wealth than that concerning tho diamonds mines ci the Uftyiiaclutn River Mexico At tho snme tune the diamonds them solves arc so for from being uncon salvos are so far from being uncommon that the acuull existence of an important diamond producing dls trlct does not admit a doubt The UiHminciuta pierces the mountains of Yucatan through a series of ter rifle gorges with walls hundreds of feet high comparable in sublimity and gramlur to the Grand Canon of the Colorado The point where the I rivur emerges Into the rpon plain is called Bocadel Carro Mouth ofI Ithai Mountain Tilt upper Usama inta has never been explored but Ujy treaty agreement It forms the foundry line between Mexico and Sliatemnla for a distance of 75 or IWT miles nnd through this region the course of the river Is purely con jecuirnl Tie district is the home oft th Lancadon Indians probably tlitj most savages and warlike tribe 1rtimalituug Ii North America of E 3w travelers spind many hours at Merlin SIsas or Balacar Yuca tan or ar Prog reso British Hondu ras witiotu being approached by some Maya patriarch who with rets rays pry and endless Injunctions to Btcrccy finally displays an uncut diamond for sale The In dians ore shrewd bargainers and iwver barter the precious baubles for a song although they are glad to stll them for much less than their real value Stangely enough they s rnturiy refuse to deal with the resi dent planters traders and mana yin of the henequen plantations Probably they fear to cultivate the accluR lit nce of the residents of the neninfiila for the reason that that course might lead to the ultimate discovery of the sources from whichr they obtain the gems The captain of a vessel engaged in the sisal estimates that from AZlecldllltrllull5 zatlon every year Wiuu Hi 3 vendors are pressed for an explanation of where the dinp tuunds como from their reply Is al c ways the same From the Lahca done beytI ti El Boca tIl Cerro BrilMTy i Brents intimidations andm ven torture have been used in the endeavor to extract more explicit t t Information but without avail and sUemptB io shadow the diamond sellers nearly always result In apre funeral for the wouldbe 41tturee Prospecting expeditions havB Loen equipped to penetrate thet t wilda of the upper Usamaclma Sjm of iheae came to grief Inbloody Hucouiuers with the untamed Lan cadfcms others became entangled in the vast maze of tropic swamps andc ISgoon that lie beyond the mountain barrier bu none have ever found slightest chw to trie mystery of the dionoml mines The Aztec dlauiuuUb III e invariably white of small or inodlum size and nearly ahvnyg flivlrs To make the mys tkT UtIe irofound it frequently banjwaa Lit the Maya offer for salu dftinionds that have been cut wand Ti sVd with no small degree a at kin nld accuracy 4 Tnai elijior the savage Lancadons or lic etWicivilized Mayas possess the sill or tile appliances to enable lliia ttUt und polish the diamond is igild ly many as incredible Thf i ntcT to assume that the 3ta formed part of the IIMden treiumre of some buccaneer That IfJCrI uhiofs of pnsi centuries is not uns I Uilrkn 1 JUt the hypothesis is id spoiled Ly tile fact that the Azecc diamonds W TO known oven before piracy Ixgnn on the American 1rdi111 temmuiu Tlioro are well attested to records of Ill finding of diamonds t i GunItOlnltlllMotLover i fiould not bo forgotten t h Umt tho niuMuit inhabitants of Mexi ico hau nuatitd a high degree of iiiRttT 1t ivilizalion so it is byp no itis imiKssible that some ofttho Iwi iris jf the Aztecs may still savne in remote and unvisited t 1pore n jf me inWor wilderaesn ttleog o sezcnABoara tta The Kind Yea Vm Aiwaja BOtfhl Bignatuocj tZ X Draggd on Cows Horn A recent news telegram from Our nnclnn N 7 says Dragged about aI onr a cow Iircl htkiHlNn I t I UaL fm I 4 I L l horn through nerhalr Mrs Fred H Wetteroth todaj la narrow escape from horrible death For nearly rive minutes io wrestled with the animal seeking to disentangle the strands and after tho cow had liowled her over and was dragging her about the fleldshe had the presence of mind to punch the animal In tne eyes to prevent it trom goring her Mrs Wetteroth had been in the habit of walking through the pasture at Broad street and Washington avenue and petting tho cow that browsed there Today the cow in a playful mood unexpectedly tossed her head and her horn caught in the wo mans tresses Infuriated at discover ing she could not tear away the cow started to race across the lot The young woman hind been badly tramp led and her clothes were torn to shreds when James Gallagher a neighbor replied td her cries for help and saved her ftom fatal injury My Best Friend Alexander Benton who urea on Rural Route 1 Fort Edward N Y says Dr Kings New Discovery Js my best earthly friend It cured me of asthma six years ago It has also performed a wonderful cure of meW lent consumption for my sons wife The first bottje ended the terrible cough and this accomplished the oth er symptoms left by cue until she was perfectly well Dr Kings New Discoverys power over cough and colds is simply mravelous No other remedy has ever equaled it Fully guaranteed by all druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottle free in NO BURLEY Will BE RAISEJ IN IgOR Plan of the Tobbacco Raise r Maybe j Extended to the Dark DistrictI Secretaries of the National Tobacco Growers association now in ses ion show 600000000 pounds of tobacco pledged to the various nasa ciations In the country and only 200000000 not pledged- A resolution was adopted endors- Ing this action of the Burley men to eliminate tho 4 crop of 1908 This action will strengthen the Green iver delegates to follow tho same plan and may result in all branches doing likewise Tile convention also denied the right of the trust to go into the fields and buy and to control prices- It endorsed C M Barnett presi dent of time Equity society and him tho support of the asso hit ion This decision of the Burley pro ple may result In tho growers of allIite different types of the tobacco de termining to follow suit The ques ion will be discussed by the dele gates o the National Tobacco Grow ers association who are in session hen and it is likely according to an officer of the association that some action will be taken befoore the lose of the nioing on Friday Alllied with the National Tobaccos Growers association are the Burley Tobacco society the Dark Tobaccot society the Green River Tobacco sotiety and tho Planters Protective Association of Tennessee Wonderful Eczema CuretOur little boy had eczema years wrlles N A Adams Henrletln Pa Two of our home doctors said the case was hopeless his lungs being affected We then employed other doc torsbut no benefit resulted By chance e read about Electric Bitters bought bottle and soon noticed improvement We continued this medicine until sevC oral bottles were used when our boyI was completely cured Best of all blood medicines and body building health tonics Guaranteed at all drug gists 50c m How Clean a White Straw Hatt The following materials are needed or cleaning a white straw hat says he Cleveland Plain Dealer White oap a quarter of a pound oxalic acI5 cents worth hot water ent to entirely cover time hat A- ather is made of soap This is put a flat bottom utensil large enough admit the shape without curling up the brim The hat is scrubbed the way of the straw until quite celan rinsed first in clean water In order o free it from time soap and second ii a solution of oxalid acid and boiling water to bleach it The hat is their ut in the air but not in tho sun o dry Another method especially good for Panama Tuscan and Java as well as white straws is to make a solution of one and onohalf teaspoon uls of amonla to two quarts of boll ng wutbr Dip the pat In the solu lion Sprinkle sulphur over it Soap well with a nail brush and scrub the hat dipping tho brush very frequently Into the water Rinse In tepid water 1and dry In the air 0 Dewitts Little Early Risers are the best pills mhds They do not gripe Sold by all druffglntB m I II r FOOLISH FADS ABOUT J GOOD HEALTH I Some People Who Dose Them- Selves Without Any Necessity Formerly said a physician th o other day people thought too llltli about their health Todny many o f them think of little else The majority of laymen have now acquired Just that little learning on matters medical that Is such a dan gerous thing They study and exog gerate all the little aches and palm they suffer from They catalogue their symptoms and present them In neat ly typowrlUeiTfOllos to their favorite phy slclans They take their pulses and their temperatures and even those of their servants and of the unhapp stranger within their gates Elaborate charts are designed to record their physical progress front day to N day They diet themselves on esorleric systems of their own composing Dy turns they feed on fantastic fare and fast on principle They exercls their muscles by the chart and devclop I their chests with dumbbells They level in drafts of fresh air by night and fresh water by day These people mean well They be here that nature is their friend and the medical art only the enemy in disguise If people cant keep their bwn health what can they keep they argue So they watch thejr symptoms as the cut watches the mouse Every trivial sensation becomes a critical symptom of the gravest Im port Their diagnostic power becomes intuitive It possesses an Imaglna live indeed a poetic quality in no way hampered by the prosy limitations of anltomy and physiology Their maladies are not of the baser und more trival kind familiar to the general practitioner of medicine They ar diseases dignified by incomprehensible names such dire diseases as any of the gods of old might have died of not unworthy In a word mythological rather than pathological diseases are their pet all ments Naturally no one knows better how to treat these imaginary conr plaints that their Inventors There ca be henceforth no limit to the imagination of a man or woman who imagines that he or she has cursed an imiginary disease The high priests of medicine can teach them nothing- A mind that dwells constantly on a disordered liver an incompetent kid ney pr a perplexing appendix is in a parllus state It will soon be known by the company It peeps In other words the more an average healthy woman thinks about her health the worse It will become Some people apparently take the phrase tIme battle of life quite literally They arm themselves with death dealing dumbbells nnd spend much of their time in arsenals brlstlng with Indian clubs foils single sticks and other strange weapons of offense and defense There they wait the coming of the microbe the onslaught of the bacilliv Not for them is the simple ife The complex apparatus of phy ical salvation is their only Joy They maintain their physical equilibrium ha turally enough on a balanced diet and muscular development becomes prodigious Their chests become ca pacious as war chests and their breath ng as deep as their thoughts And he microbes behold and tremble But seriously after all a healthy life does not require such a lot of coaxing The faddists wehave always with us Without them the graveiy of the nations wouldbe at least partially eclipsed They afford the comic relief in the tragedy of life after the manner the Shakespearean clown They pur comic grave diggers They remind us that we are moral It is only their fun We are even the most foolish of usendowed with a modicum of common sense Let us apply it We need not all clutch at dumbbells as drowning men clutch at straws We may breathe easily with out giving heed to breathing exercises- or fearing that because we omit them we are likely to breathe our last We may banish all thought of our biceps and yet strike the bacillus a mortal blow when It comes our way We ma neglect to sleep o nights with our heads in a hurricane and be none tho worse We may eat a shockingly un balanced diet with Lucullus and feel all the better for itDnltiniore Sun I There Is nothing better for stomach troubles than Kodil which contain the same juices found in a healthy stomac Kodol Is offered on a guaranteed plan for the relief of heart burns flatulenc sour stomach belching of gas nausea and all stomach roubles So at times when you dont feel Just right when you are drowsy after meals and your head aches or when you have no ambition and you are cross and irrita ble take a 11tUeKodo1It digests what you eat It will make you healthy Sold by all druggists m w Rich Men Who Were Poor Many of the nations multimillion airs were born at time lowest rung of p I i I II i lifes ladder- James J Hill ranked as the most powerful railroad magnate in the world was born on a farm in Wellington ounty OntarIo ycarSigO- At lhewas worklnglnI tho fields to support his widowed mother and as he entered manhood he was glad to get a Job at 2 a day as a dock laborer In St Paul Miami To day he can look out of the windows of his 700000 mansion and watch the hustling of the men on the wharves where he had to hustle for 12 a week John D ftockafeller tho richest man In the world began his worTt career hoeing and plowing on the farms in TIoga county O He graduated from this to an office stool in Cleveland and the first large sum of money that ho made was when ho purchased a raft of hoop poles towed it down the Ohio and sold it at a profit of 50 William A Clark Senator and cop per king admit a number of his early years at farm labor For two years he was a school teacher in Missouri and then he pushed onto the West AfterI a spell of quartz mining in Montana he finally struck it rich and now his fortune is said to be at least 50000 000 I Andrew Carnegie was born In Dun fermline Scotland mind his father was a poor weaver The first instalment of the many millions which ho is now dispensing as libraries was earned in I Allegheny City as a bobbin boy The sum was 125 It is also interesting to note that Edward Harriman the railroad Nepo leon now In the public eye In connection with the Illinois railroad was the son of a New Jersey clergyman It is said that his early training was shaped with the idea that he should onlhe the ministry There are any number of millionaire and multimillionaires who had rich parents to start them in life Pier pont Morgans father was a million aire Chauncey Depews parents were able to send him to Yale the late WH Ham C Whitney likewise had rich par emitsCURSE LESSAND- THINKS II MUCH MORE JJ Hoodlums Who Make Inflammatory V speeches are the Factors for Fermenting Sace Strife John Sharp Williams taps tho co- coanut and draws the milk when he says that while tile white black yellow and red races are not tho sauce physically mentally mortally not in any sense equal actually or potentially and cannot be made so by platforms or laws yet they are creatures of one God and in tho face of a great problem it would be well that all wise men think more that good men pray more and that all men talk less and curse less But wise men do as they are bid den by Mr Williams Time well meaning fool and the hoodlums who start rolls and the hoodlums wlioI make Inflammatory speeches are the factors for fomenting face strife The wellmeaning fool whose mis guided efforts are bent upon the so lution of the negro problem in tho South resides as a rule In a section of the North where as little Is known of the actual condition in the South as the average American knows of conditions in the Congo Tho hood lums who express themselves in ac tion are Northeners and Southern ers It Is no more trouble to beat up a murderous mob in Ohio than It is in Mississippi The hoodlums who express themselves from the platform or frqm their seats in deliberative bodies are too often char latans from the South who belch fire and brimstone with no higher themselves and who libel every Southern State when they cut their capers before high heaven I I It would be going too for to say that there would be no negro prob lem in the United States If the fool killer did not shirk his duties or that there would bo no race question upon the Pacific slope but a largo part of the friction between the whites and the blacks and the white and the yellow races has been due to his failure to acquit himself gloriously A Booker Washington who thinks and prays does much toward lessening race anlmously than a Ben Tillman who curses Vituperation even from the lips of virtue tarely corrects the evils it condemns 01 Indian Summer About this time of the year as the weather predictions ln almanacs used to say look But for Indian summer It is somewhat ir regular in its advent coming a lit the earlier or a little later at times but it always begins in October and may run into November It cannot be caned a distinct season of the year like spring summer or winter being only a shortlived feature of the autumn yet it Is very well do fined in tho popular mind and while It lasts probably brings na much A t 4i 44 ++ + +++++44G+ 4t++ +j- I THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Go I WILL WIRE YOUR INCORPORATED HOUSE IT C08I 1 ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME i1 OR BUSINESS ROUSE SHOULD I f BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN IM tRIDAOH L HEAVRIN Managff r t i tJo + I I +++H+ J+ ++++ J + + + +4 + i Ohio County Supply Co 1 fiIruorpolatccl bit Hartford Ky bit 1 Hardware Machinery and all Kinds I = of Farming Implements F tfi bit youj= 40 can = ty recommend all our vehicles Can make prices to suit all customers t 4 Agent for the famous Oliver Chilled Plows Blount True Blue 4 and Moline with all repairs for same bit Deep4mY bit t of Field Seeds fc = We handle the followIng well known brands of Wagons Mitch bit ell Mogul Blount and Owensboro Also DeerIng and Milwaukee 5T 43 Harvesting Machinery f 4j We sell the best Gasoline Engine on the market and Corn fo 49 Crushers and Meal Mills to connect with same Lawn Mowers bit 4cand Swings The largest supply house in Ohio county Give us a J 4tcall Prices always equitable J Incorporated MANUFACTURES THE FAMOUS EGYPTIAN CEMENT VAULTS 1 And puts them in the grave The only absolutely perfect vault madeI It is watertight airtight ver min and wormproof The greatest invention of theIage If you desire to lay away the dead in the most satisfactory manner you will certainly demandone of these vaults Manufactured right hero in Hartford I MgrsL 4 Joyment as any other season of tho yearAs the name indicates the season is peculiar to the United States and Is best defined in the Northern states It is not known if they have any corresponding season in the Southern states As overybody In InIdlantomiperature mild and rain is absent an unusual length of time The ha zy atmosphere is probably the most distinctive characteristic and the most difficult to account for jUdging or of the haze attributed it to the burning of time prairies by the Indi thoughtimeBut the prarles are gone at least as far as extensive treE cerned yet Indian A scientific EummerremalnsI lmaabeenor vapor place J I C 100The be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to Cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh befp lug a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Cat arrh Cure Is taken internally acting mucousIsurfaces byi9IIOJproprietorscurative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure Send for list of testi monials I ToIO- Soldr by all druggists 76c Take Holts Familypills for con m4If I Subscribe for THEREPUI1LICAN i + FFnytr a S w t i iyy r T3f y t- oYr IA nr O 1t y FED ERAL SUIT 18 GET VAST TRACT Government to Prevent useof l New Mexico Lands Petition Allege Fictitious Names I osj Were Used Holdings to Acquire The United States Government has filed suit at Alamogordo for the re 4covert of the timber lands of the Ala Lumber Company The gov ernment has entered a similar suit against the Peusylvanla Development Company of Albuquerque which oper itltea extensive tracts of timber land situated in the Manzano Mountains It is suited that more than 500000 are involved In the two suits The Alamogordo Lumber Company is a subsidiary concern of the Phelps Dodge Company the Eastern syndicate which oWns tho El Paso and South western Railroad and the coal fie of Dawson N M as well as large mining and smelting interests In Arizona and Mexico Some novel points are at issue in the two suits The lumber interests throughout the West will be interested in the outcome as many of them occupy the same position as the two defendant companies in the matter of acquiring their lands The petition in tho case against the Alamogordo Lum bep Company is voluminous and is signed by Ormsby McHarg and Peyton Gordon special assistants to the at torney general of the United States iItIs alleged in the petition that the company through its agent W A Hawkins secured from the govern ment commissioners of New Mexlca the pernllsslou to select certain parcels of land on which were dense forests of pine and other valuable trees that this agent at first tried to secure 24 000 acres to be deeded directly from the government to the lumber compan L and failing in this he secured the Vinames of 163 persons and through them and their applications he finally secured the possession of 23571 acres all or nearly all of which are covered with dense forests It is further alleged that each one of the applicants was Informed that the law required his procedure and after they had made their applications each for 160 acres they gave power of 3attorney to C P Davidson of Scran and that Davidson through the power of attorney he held deed ed all the land so secured to the lum ber company without any of the ori courtpensationpany in making payments on this land at the rate of 3 per acre paid into the territorial fund the sum of 70715 and the various payments when made were credited to the individual names of thos e who made the original the lumber company held deeds executed to it by the 163 persons who tad secured tho land upon their ap plication 1 It Is claimed by the government that the lumber company was aware of tho fact that the lands contained valuable timber and that this timber was worth at the very least 250000 These various transactions occurred in 1899 and the actual cutting of the timber began shortly afterward and 1 i since The petition prays for a perpetual injunction restraining the lumber company from holding possession of the lands and that an accounting be ren dered ofall sales and profits of the lumber company during the period that it has operated the lands and that tho deeds to the lands be decl- arit ed null and void and the land revert to thegovernment The petition gives the name of the 163 men who mado the original appll cations for the purchase of the land Most Of them live in Scranton Pa The basis of the goverments claim is that unluwful means were used in securing possession of the lands and that the territorial board had no right to usurp authority or execute final action in the matter as tile aot of Congress intended that these public lands should be merely held in trust by the territorial for the benefit of the various territorial institutions i The Alamogordo Lumber Company f k jPpUo owns a largo area of timber lands which were secured by placing scrip upon the lands the scrip having been purchased at private sale p L DeWItts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve penetrates the poresthroughly- cleansesand is healing and soothing Good for piles Sold by all druggists y Good for pikes Sold bY all drug JAl gistsm1 How to Weigh Without Scales Toweigh without scales remember that ten eggs weigh one pound soft t butter the size of an egg weighs one ounce one pint A sugar weighs twelve ounces one quart lour weighs one pound one pint brown sugar weighs thirteen ounces two teacups I level W Fm granulated sugar weigh one pound 7 two teacups well heaped A sugar f t N r I Q BTQRS RllSTKES Are safe often to be burled six feet nndct many times women call on theirlfamiilly physicians suffering as they Imagine ono from dyspepsia another from heart disease another from liver or kid ney disease another from nervous pros tration anotherwlth pain hero and there and in way they present alike to themselves and their easygoIng or over busy doctor sep arato dlseasc for whIch assuming thorn to be his pills and potions In realitytheYl1ro all only uympwrna by some uterine disease The Iclan orant of the cause of sufferIntTtR up treatment until large bills are made To Bring patient gets no bette u the wrong treatment but probably worse 4mm er m ciilkp D Phr na F vnFlte res r r on ircct d to v u- eve I rn rN I I e disease t ere symptomsprolonged misery It has been well said a known Is half cured Dr Plcrcos Favorite Prescription Is a scientific medicine carefully by an and physIcian systemItroots and Is perfectly harmless InJtsl- Qects to t rla P r I Lr ir mnn fjMlcriv AS a powerful invigorating tonic Favorite strength to the whole system and to the organs dis tinctly feminine In particular For over wornout rundown deblll tated teachers dressmakers seamstresses shop keepers nurstng mothers ana feeble women gen Prescriptionisequaled as an appetizing and roe storatlvo tonic As a soothlh and strengthening nerv Ine Favorite Prescription Is unequaled and Is invaluable In and sub duing nervous excitability rritability nervous exhaustion nervous prostration neuralgia hysteria dance and other distressing nervous uponfunctionaluterus It Induces and relieves mental anxiety and despondency invigoratethethreoa do o racyw talceus candy weigh one pound two teacups soft but ter weigh one pound out pint liquid weigh one pound one pint chopped meat weighs one pound SHAKE I1N THE BOTTLE Noted Authority Gives a Simple Prescription Tells the Readers of this Paper How to Prepare this Mix ture at Home Now is tho time when the doctor ges busy and the patent medicine manufacturers reap the harvest un less great care is taken to dress warmly and keep tho feet dry This Is the advice of an old eminent authority who says that Rheumatism und Kidney trouble weather is here mid also tells what to do in case of un ttackIGelfrom any good prescription phar macy onehalf ounce Fluid Extract DandgTin one ounce Compound Kar gon three ounces Compound Syrup SarsaparillaMix by shaking in a bot a after meals and at bedtime Just try this simple homemade mix ture at the first sign of Rheumatism or if your back aches or feel that the kidneys are not acting just right kidneyIfregulator and almost certain remedy for all forms of Rheumatism which is caused by uric acid in tho blood which the kidneys fail to filter out Any one can easily prepare this at home and at small cost- Druggists in this town and vicinity when shpwn tho prescription stated that they can either supply these in gredients or If our readers prefer they will compound the mixture for them When tho baby is cross and has you worried and worn out you will find that a little Cascasweet the will known remedy for babies and children will quiet time little one in a short time The Ingredients are printed plainly on the bottle Contains no opiates Sold by all druggists m TEN THOUSAND TROOPS NEEDED Defenses are said to be Facing The Most Serious Conditions In Years The coast artillery of the army Is In a bad way according to a statement Issued yesterday from the headquar ters of tho Artillery Corps The statement Is headed Recruits wanted 10000 ablobodlcd men in the coast ar tillery 13 a month I with board and lodging offered The difficulties in getting men for the coast artillery are set forth In the statement with a remarkable degree of frankness It says in part The caost defenses of the United States are facing the most serious con dition that has come up in recent years Reports received by the War Department show that with an author ized force of 19331 men the coast ar tillery on October 15 was able to mus ter only 9028 Ten thousand recruits at 13 a month and allowances are needed to fill tho ranks Time ques tion is where to get them An of ficial report prepared last year in con nection with the artillery increase bill showed that the actual strength of tho coast artillery was 11450 on October 15 1906 and Copgress passed the bill authorizing the addition of 5000 men but not only have tho officials of time army failed to get these extra 5000 men but they have lost 2000 of the men they had before Every month reports are received of men quitting time coast artillery to accept more lucrative positions in clv il life Men of five ton fifteen years service privates Sergeants First Sergeants noncommissioned stuff officers are leaving by the hundreds Their electrical and mechanical training in the coast artillery especially fits them for good jobs in civil life i Tho statement points out the advantages of civil employes of the army over soldiers These civilians make from 15 to 125 a month with rations quarters and many other dayIare subject to no their employment when they feel like it I The soldiers wont stand for it says the statement and are quitting like ratS leaving n leaky shop Coast I artillery companies that had 100 men five years ago now have 25 or 30 One officer reported that if he filled the vacancies among his noncommis sioned officers he would have no pri vates On account of the absence of men on special duty or sick one com pany turned out one officer and one private Many companies have had to suspend drill The difficulty of getting officers IB virtually as great For the first time in the history of the army says the statement vacancies in the grade of second lieu tenant are going begging invita tions were sent to time residents of 125 technical schools and colleges i to send in the name of graduates who desired second lieulenanlcies in the coast artillery That was six months ago and not a single name has been submitted Eightyfive vacancies in the grade of second lieutenant exist today and there are only about 20 applications on file Commenting on this con dition the statement says Young men prefer to remain In civil life and share in the great prosperity of the country rather than come into army on less pay and slow promo tion IOASXOll4Hear theThe Kind You Ha a Always Bought Signature tC CGLU Canada and FreeTrade- The transformation worked in Cand da by the adoption of Protection is presented to England by the Out look as a striking object lesson The Journal says When the American reciprocity treat was abrogated in I OOOOO O 900000 fJY 1 JorI Most people know that if they have been sick they need Scott JT Emul 6 lion to bring back health and strength o But the strongest point about Scotts 6 IEmulsion is that you dont have to be sick to gets results from it It keeps up the athletes strength puts fat on thin people makes a fretful baby happy brings color to a pale girls cheeksJ and pre 0c- Ct vents coughs colds and consumption 0- qt 0rUt Food in concentrated form for sickand 0- I well young and old rich and poor 0 And it contains no drugs and no alcohol I10 I ALL DRUGQI TSi SOc AND 100J 0 660 0066600000000000000001 t qr r- v y r hp JAw I J8GC really In the hope that Canad would bo compelled to join tho Unioi the market for Canadian produce wen restricted and efforts were mali t employ tho released capital i in tho manufacture of goods for the h an consumer But in a few years the American manufacturer began to use Canada as a dumping ground and his European rivals followed suit amid the era of soup kitchens began In 1873 to culminate three years later In a period of deep industrial depression ruin for employers and starvation tot their employes and universal panic Then Sir John Macdonald received from the electorate a mandate to fight Tariffs with Tariffs his National Policy was applied to the creation of a Dominion selfsupportlng und self contained so far as possible there was no more need for soup kitchens and even the necsslty of establishing a poor law system was avoided Since then all classes of the Canadian community have been prosperouseven when money was scarse wealth was plentiful and the Canadian working man despite Mr Kelr Hurdles ran dom assertions does not live upon the limit of subsistence but Is able tc keep himself and his family comfor table and in time save enough to raise himself above tho plane of the wage earners Today Canada is a country of but a few millionaires and count less competence where any ablebodi ed ableminded man can achieve In dependence before he is forty years of ageLomidomi Eng Globe A Narrow Escape G W Cloyd a merchant of Plumk Mo had a narrow escape four years ago when he ran a JImson bur Into his thumb He says Time doctor wanted to amputate it but I would no consent I bought a box of Buck lens Arnica Salve and that cured the dangerous wound 25c at all drug gists m DARK TOBACCO CROP SOLD FOR 130000 Stemming District Association Makes Big Deal Average Price Eight Cents Henderson Ky Oct ptThe Stemming District Tobacco Association to day consummated a deal whereby the Imperial Tobacco Company will be come possessor of the 1007 tobacco crop of 10000000 pounds The price to be paid in round numbers is 1 280000 or about an average of eight and a fraction cents a pound This tobacco will cone from the five coun ties Crittenden Webster Hopkins Union and Henderson The Executive Committee of the as sociation has appointed graders for the various factories at which the tobacco will be delivered and prices will be paid for each of the four grades as follows First grade 10 10 and 1 second grade 9 9 and 3 third grade 8 8 and 2 fourth grade 7 7 sand 2 This means much ready cash for the tobacco growers of the stemming district and which they will get as the deliveries are made Time deal was made through Edwin Hodge manager fqr the Imperial at this point with J Stokes Taylor conducting the negotiations on behalf of the associa tionTho 1906 crop Is as yet in part un sold Tho association put up about 11000000 and after selling two factories the association now has of this crop 5000000 pounds of strip which Is held at about 800000 Negotiations are now pending for the sale of tills balance of the 190G crop There is much Joy among the growers and tho members of the association r Tho Postmaster of Gasconade Mo Daniel A Bugh says of DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills I am doing so well and Improving so fast In health that I cannot say too much for your Kidney Bladder Pills I feel like a new man Dewitts Kid ney and Bladder Pills arc sold by all drugglrsts m GolfrNnKget Worth 900 The largest nugget ever brought out of the Copper River district is lodged in the safe of the Arlington Hotel The nugget Is tho property of l Dan Kaln who made a rich strike in the Shushlnla district Kalii brought the nuggit down with him from Alaska together with n considerable number pf smaller nuggets and gold dust esti mated at various amounts ranging in to the hundreds of thousands of dollars by KalnB acqunintcnces but the exact amount of which Kaln refuses to disclose This particular nugget weighs fifty one ounces andis pronounced by those who have seen it to bo one of the handsomest ever brought out of Alaska Kalu estimates it to bo worth about 18 an ounce which would bring its value to something over 900 Seattle Post lntelllgencer How to Cure Toothache Saturate a small piece of absorbent cor On with tincture of benzine It will cure tho toothache tit once It loaves a pleasant taste and benfits the gums instead of blistering Itls an excellent remedy for children i i nAsimilating theFoodandBeguIa ling the Stomachs aLl tBowe s of Promotes DJgc3tionCheerful ness and ResiContains neither mMorpltine norMineral NARC OTIC gil fUJrSNyam A1cJ MIlSJIt e JIklr a FionSourStoranchDiarrhoca Worms Convulsions Fevensh ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature or 7 H NEW YORK EXACT vCF WRAPPcR Jl H P r Ji Jltm ff 1i C1ASIg I Q d m iit For Infants and Cliltronz The Kind Yon Have Poway ghi 71 Bears t A- of Signature j tOr6e4J For Over Thirty Year- sCASTO ra t A tIIOOEMTOOti OMMNY 111110 CITI oJ w 1 0 OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald13fiTHE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125I THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeekOwensboro 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 Praflisi500 Will loan money from 1 lay to 12 months This ia your Hank Come in DIRECTORS Gabo Likens Alvin ItoweHurcb Felix Jim Polk Stevens Z Wayne Grltfln vten skrwl D- 6AA A AA A A AAooCI ooCl ooCI o10MJoo ooCI MJo J 0 0Jfit TILLERS OP THE SOIL i IcQWill Make no Mistake by Visiting tho Rollabia J and Well Kr own Firm of 3 WILLIAMS MILLER I 49 40 For anything they need on the farm They tJt i t i 4 2 handle Plows of all kinds and makes Disc j a 4 j Harrows stool and wood frame Harrowsriding and p fi walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes und j 1 hujfpies for young folks and old folks J 1 o i4 fi I Iii AdditionWe have the be equipped shop in Ohio county j 4Z 49 bfphaneesing can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other SM 42shops cannot do at all Everything at very moder tt- C1 4 7VILLIAME3 MILLER b Jt IBEAVER DAM kENTUCKY p 4- t Jf a r k + W s r ia 1t r T w q n4tii a eat 1 T St fv f arI r wTI l r r+ r r 10 i I 1jNpubItcatftIJ4 i IF I artfonl 1nbtleblagCbmpaILY- INcORrORlEO iTI ItNETT- r tc Itflri 8311111 zEZrxxoxr e- r Cusnboslui0 r 34 o Ch 31vr CS3 FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8 P- uko Examine the label on your paper If k ttis not corroct notify us THE ELECTION- The j result of the battle of ballots I in Kentucky last Tuesday Is the coin i 6 pleto destruction of the Frankfort t State machine which has run things with a high hand for almost eight t years Thousands of patriotic honest Democrats who are for fair dealing t assisted in the overthrow of the com bine which had seized upon the name and emblem of Democracy appropriat ing it to their own persolfal advantage All honor to the men who placed du ty to State above party fealty in this fight of the people Mr WHlsons ap I peals to Democrats were not in vain A great victory has been won the re suits of which will be far reaching It means a new era for Kentucky It means freeing of our charitable institutions and our school system from politics It means a better and more 1colnprehenshe tax system It means that all men of whatever nationality r politics or creed are to stand on an equal footing before the law If it does not mean these things it does not mean anything Republicans will be on trial and they have a groat op portunity If they measure up to it they will be supported by the people If they do not they will soon meet the fate which has been meted out to those who are now in control of the StateSome of the causes for this overwhelming defeat of the ring may be mentioned First of all Is their ut ter disregard for the rights of their fellow Democrats as well as Repub licans as evidenced by the snap fraud ulent primary last year The evidence of graft on all sides at Frankfortand in the principal city of tbq Slate The creation of needless offices and raising of salaries The notorious ger rymander of the Congressional and Legislative districts The passage of the odious revenue and registration certificate laws and last but not least their attempt at double dealing on the temperance question All of these should serve as flaming danger sig nals to the Republican party It has been proven that oven in Kentucky more party name will no longer lead a majority of her voters following blindly after corruption deceit self ambition bad government and total disregard for the interests of the peo ple It is not in our heat and nev or was to crow over a defeated an tagonist AVo remember that it is not I the bomouruiic party so much which has been defuaied It is rather a rebuke for the men who have tem porarily by abuse of power enthron ed themselves in that party and Ti defeat of the things for which they stooc We want our Democratic friends no I matter whom they supported to that Mr Willson will be their feelI P ornor as well as ours and that Interests and civil rights will be as safe as if Mr huger had been elected The election Is over with its strife and bickerings Let us set our faces toward tho future and make of Kentucky what she deserves to bonot on ly the best State In the Union but the best governed r Tuo election In Ohio county under r Uio agreement of the party managers wus an ideal one No votes were purchased by either side and it was u raw day for the floater He either voted of his own volition or went a homo empty handed The Repbllcan f 3organization was In good shape and j + the vote was well gotten out through I the efforts of Chairman E M Woodward and Secretary C E Smith In t thlH connection we feel It Is but just to say that the head of the Democratic organization Hon C M Crowo tar tied out his agreement to the loiter so far as we have been able to learn I w He is mi honest worthy foeman end f did Ms best for his party in nn hOIl1 t ornble able manner and It is not his fault that his cause made no betJ i ter showing In Oblo county Lot ho Ii- I parties continue to be manned by such I t k f 0- I 4 1 worthy men and let is continue to have pure elections In our county Ftr instruction luUhe art of play lug both ends against tho middle apply to Henry B Hlncs at Frank fort for next thirty days After then tit Bowling Green Ky v President Roosevelt has managed to crowd more good things into his 49 yearsof existence than any man of modern times The visit of Vice President Fair banks to Kentucky seems to have bourne more fruit that Bryans trip Gov Hughes insists that all abuses in New York must bo stamped out t Wouder if he will move Wall street The market has pinched Harry man That is what the people have been demanding for a long time In a recent baseball game Justice Harlan made a home run lIe may yet be a Presidential possibility That Amendment 16 the Constltutio will never crawl out from under the avalanche of ballots No more murderers of helpless in mates at the Asylums by brutal attendants Mr Bryan como again and stay longer wo will nuke It unanimous next time The miserable registration certifi cate must go Tire people have said soAnd Cromwell was si close second n There stood old Rosine I Now for Thanksgiving I HeadFord wedding Mr Robert B Head and Miss Alma Ford of Fordsvllle were married at 9 oclock Wednesday moping at the home of the bride at Fordsville The ceremony was performed by the Rev A N Couch pastor of the Baptist church The bride was gowned in a suit of brown broadcloth with lace and chiffon trimmings with a hat and gloves to match She carried a large boqtiet of chrystherauns Tho wedding music was rendered by Miss Susie flee Miller of Owensboro She played Mendelsshons wedding march as the bridal couple entered the parlors During the ceremony Hearts and Flowers was played Many handsome and useful presents were received by the young couple The bride is a daughter of Mr anti Mrs Shelby Ford and Is an accomplished and attractive young woman The groom is a young man of sterling character and cashier of the Farmors bank at and Mrs Fordsvllle1frHead left and other points on their bridal trip They will be at home at the residence of Mr and Mrs Shelby Ford at Fords vllle after November 10 Among outoftownguests present were Mrs H B Head and Mrs K L Peckenpaugh mother and sister of the groom M rs C J Knox Mrs 0 D Wilson Mrs L 1 Igioheart Mrs Arnold McCarty Mrs H A Karn Misses Bulah Lambert Susie Ree Miller Mary Sutton of Owensboro and Miss Marks of HartfordOwens bolo Mesenger MAGAN Nov iRev Fuqua began a series of meetings at Pleasant Hill Sunday night Rev Henry Birch of Shrevei and Rev Baughn of Hartford will as list in the meeting Rev F D Baughn and wife were the guests of relatives at this place from Saturday until Monday t Golda Mae the little daughter of Mr and Mrs T H Mcdcalf died the Hist of October of diphtheria Mrs Charley Allen and two chil dren of Missouri who have been vis ting her father and family Mr T H Medcalf for two weeks were joined by her husband the first of the week Mr Thomas Midklff of Missouri is the guest of his fathersf amlly Mr H C Mldkiff Mr J V Hall Is on the sick list this week liable Roach the little daughter of Mrs Bert Roach who has had pneu monfa for several days Is thought toe some Setter Mrs Mary Muffell who has been sick for some time is thought to bO some better Mr H Ralph end wife of Missouri are visiting relatives at this place Mrs Ed Hendrix and children of Jingo are visiting her brother Mr Brown this week IMrs Daniel Midklff iso1tlleslck I list Mrs James Hunger of Taffy was the guest of her father Mr H C Mid klff Sunday Valuable Farm for Sale One hundred and sixteen acre farm situated on tho Hartford and Owens bolo road eight miles from Hartford twenty miles from Owonsboro All under state of cultivation good dwel ling and outbuildings Three never falling springs Eight acres in fine meadow orchard etc For terms apply to Barnett Smith N Republican office M 7 l 1J IfI of t r f1f t W l jt rf TI c WEATHER FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER Will be Very Cold With Snow 0Sleet and Early i Blizzards J Prof W W Marsh tho noted Win- ton Place Ohio weather prophet has made tho following forecast of weath er conditions for November This month will be quite stormy in all sec tions of the United Stateswith change able temperatures the rains turning ing to sleet and snow with cold waves Some very cold weather wll be experienced during tho month Blizzards early winter storms will decend upon the entire country especially over the East tho Atlantic and New England Stales and along the North Atlantic anti New England coasts the great lakes sections of the Rocky Mountain slope the storms causing delay to traffic The Southern and Gulf Slates will experience severe storms during tho month the rainfall being heavy and the winds high with cold waves Between the 1st and 3rd colder wind and rain 4th to 6th rain and wind storms Between 7th dud 10th unsettled stormy weather changeable temperature Rain prob ably snow Between 11th and 14th storms with changeable temperature wind and rain probably changing to sleet and snow 15th and 16unset tled Between 17th and 20th wind and rain followed by colder weather 21st to 2Gth cold wave rain to snow 2Cth to 30th continued cold cold waves rain sleet and snow HERBERTQ Nov 4A protracted meeting is in progress at the Baptist church con ducted by Rev R T Bruner of Ow ensboro and Rev Hllleny Rice Good preaching and good attendance Misses Mary K Wedding and De lila Martin Messrs Robert Holland and Tom Massie Whltesville were the guest of Miss Bee Miller Saturday nightMessrs Lonnie McCarty and George Brooks Misses Burnett Howard and Rowland Whltesville were the guests of Misses Margaret and Mary Chambers Sunday Miss Bordle Darnell Deanfield visi ted her sister Miss Mattie Barnett Saturday night and Sunday Mr Leslie Rice Clianbers Arester Crow Aetnavllle Mr Willie Griffith and Miss Berdlc Barnett of Deanfield dined at Mr Obe Burdetts Sunday Mr Elias Lyons and wife MrW F Holland wife and son John William of Whltesvillo aiumded church hero yesterday and took dinner with R M Miller and family Mr Dave Miller and daughters Hattie and Mable are in WhilesvIHo to lay Mrs Ellen Lloyd and daughter Dr Barrett and wife Deanfield visited Mr Sam Haynes Sunday Misses Lulie Jenkins and Clara Brown of Pcllvlllo are the guest of Mrs Grant Medcalz Miss Maude Morris of Palesvllle visited Mrs John Rherdon Sunday Miss Hattie Stewart of Chambers is visiting Mrs Amanda Stewart and attending the meeting Miss Etta Myrl Taylor Is visiting the family of her brother Leonard Taylor Mr Willie Brooks wife and son and Miss Lucy Haynes of Haynesville attended church hero Sunday Mrs Bertha Cook and daughter and Miss Comic McCarly visited at Mr J B Chambers today and attended church Mrs Sylvia Jett and daughter Pell vlllo attended church here today t Trustees Sale In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky Owensboro Division In the matter of Georgo A Shelton Bankrupt In Bankruptcy As Trustee of the above estate II will on Monday the 11th day of November 1907 at 1 oclock p m at Sheltons Camp In the town of Hartford Ky sell to the highest and best bidder at puulic auction for cash in hand the following described properly towit One Nickel Shepard 25 horse power traction engine 5 slip scrapers 1 set of blacksmith tools 2 tents a lot of shovels and picks 10 head of horses 1 mule 9 sets of harness a lot of cart saddles lamps and other articles to numerous jo mention Also the unpaid account due said estate Alloof said sales will be made sub ject to the approval of the above Court where the property brings less bun threefourths of its appraised va I jlue This November 1 1907 Y L MOSLER Trustee SIYIALLHOUS Nov 6Mr Silas Shaver and fam ily of Livermore have recently spent a few days visiting the families of Messrs Alva Galloway and C TS Overton Dir D A Hill had a sale the 31st of October selling his farming Implements household plunder stock c Mr and Mrs J C Wagan and Dr Stanley Hartford were the guestriof 1 k- al 11 y r f i f HliI I Mr Miller Hallows hnd family Sun dy Mr Harry Everley rend family will move to Matanzassoon Mr Tom Godsey and family are visiting relatives In Grayson county Mr J R Hunter and wife were in Rockport Friday Mrs M P flfaddox visited her daughter Mrs J C Hill South Car rollotn Sunday Monday and Tuesday Mrs Oppjo Klttingcr and children who have been visiting at IslandlnWe returnedBorn toMrs Marion Ballsf recent ly a fine girl Mr L B Overhults purchased a nice young horse last week Consid eration 100 Miss AlUm Addington and Mrs J H Addington went to Centertowu ThursdayMr Mrs J C Drake spent Sunday the guests of Mr aiid Mrs S W Bllbro of Maltlnzas Messrs Jess Kin ley S C Legare wore In Central City Wednesday Mrs Thomas Bishop and two chi dren of Matanzas are the guests of Mr and Mrs Harry Everley and other relatives near hero Prayer meeting at Mr James H Fulkersons Saturday night Mr Lewis Geiger and family are moving to Contertown Ho has rented his farm here and bought a house and lot at Cenlerlown FOR THE BUSY READER Engagements of foreign gold for the United States have reached above the 30000000 mark Alex Johnson a negro who had been Indicted for criminal assault was taken from jail at Cameron Tex by a mob and hanged in the court house yard 1s During September there was brough to the Isthmus of Panama for work on canal construction 783 labors of whom 664 were Europeans and 119 West Indians S There is a clash of authority between Federal Judges Jones und Hundley in Alabama Judge Jone claims Hundley is only an Associate Judge The Supremo Court may be called on to pass on the controversy I Kentucky fored well In the award of medals at the Jamestown Exposition winning ten gold and many silver and bronze medals In spite of the fact that the State fared well protests have been filed with the jury of awards against the decisions In sev eral other cases 5 Secretary of War Taft will abandon his European tour and return directly to the Pacific coast He will leave Manila on November 9 on the Ameri can flagship Rainbow for Yokohama steamI er IS Financiers of New York hold op posing views regarding the suggestion that President Roosevelt call an extra session of Congress at once to provide for currency reform A number of prominent members of Congress have expressed themselves in opposi tion to a special session Protection in the South During the McKInley find Roosevelt administrations the South has enjoyed prosperity as never before Under the benevolent influences of the Republican Protective Tariff policy new industries have sprung up all over the South thriving cities have been built new factories have been established and the resources of that section of the country have been developed A great deal of the cotton produced is now being manufactured in the South a great deal of the tobacco produced is now being manufactured in the South and a great deal of the lumber from Southern forests is now being made Into furniture by Southern fuc tories As a result the South has discarded its prejudices against the industrial policies of the Republican party and is now knocking for admission into its ranks with the one proviso that the Republican party will not inter fere with a white mans government in tho South In Memoriam In loving Remembrance of iisBernlce Haden who departed this Ufo on October 31st at the home of her father and mother Mrs L G Ha den The words Bernice Is dead cast a gloom over the entire comraunlr ty for she was a sweet girl and one who was loved by all Only a few days Geforo she died she told her nurse Miss Mollie Martin that she was a Christian and was heard Bonging som good hymn Ah little did we think tli6n the next time wo would hear Bernice singing she would be singing with the Angels To her dear father and mother who watched so patiently over her weep not tgr Bernlco is safe in tho arms of Jesus where there is no sickness pain or death and where wean all meet her some day if we wjll only put our trust in Jesus Now lets submit ourselves to Gods will- Is Knoweth Best i It J t e 7 7IT lPi OES FOR EV AYBOD ON 1 RTIN t SHOES FOR ALITHE WORLDS t This sounds like a broad asser 4 tion but if you would visit our e stores and take the time to look + through out shoe departments g + and see the immense stock we 4 have provided this statement 4 would no surprise you Without g + calling to mind the earths pop g ulation you would be of the same j 4 opInIon yourself Where is the good judgment in your undertak ing to supply your shoe necessi + ties from a shoe collection of only 2a few styles and qualities when you can come here and find every 4 4kind of leather represented made e up in all the styles and weights 4 to suit every purpose and every ty foot Mens high top shoes 2 to s 500 Mens heavy kip shoes I Sr 145 to d 2 Mens havyboots O 1 250 to 450 BuyHonest Make 1 King4a4 ty ty women 3 350 and 4 Ladies +tytevery day shoe in kip kangaroos calf and box=calf dull=lined and ty fleece=lined at per lup to 4ty 2 Boys and Misses and child= ty rens shoes of every description L tE p Barnes Bros BEAVER DAM KY 1 1 MATANZAS- Nov 6The election passed oft quietly at this place yesterday- L H Condit of Henderson came home yesterday to Vote Mrs S A Bdratchcr and daughter Lillian who have been visiting rela tives here since Sunday returned to their home In Hartford yesterday eveningRoscoo Render of Hartford was here last Tuesday- D 0 Brown who has been away for quite awhile at Hopkinsville working nt the carpenters trade returned home last Saturday Mrs W P Render and Mrs L E Everloy visited relatives in Hartford last week Ed Render of Livermore was in our midst last Tuesday- J P Tichenor went to Hartford yes terday New Meat Market- A new meat shop was opened up yesterday morning by Charley Col lins adjoining Sam Rlleys grocery on Unnlon Street where fresh meats of the purest quality can be had at all times Polite and prompt service to all Should Study the Tariff The Tariff will or should be a lead ing issue in the campaigns next year and Democrats who undertake to en lighten the people should take the pains and trouble to study the Tariff schedules and the history of the subI i b11 f J i or j of this soaring sort Perhaps this is why it is so unattractive to those campaign orators who depend on the campaign book for their information and who If they should meet a well posted man in debate would bo at his mercy Democrats who expect to be among tho spellbinders next year should begin a study of the Tariff question Nashville American Otis HelpIHelpI rm Falbiig Thus cried the hair And a kind neighbor came to the res- cueI with a bottle of Ayers Hair Vigor The hair Ayas saved I This was because Ayers Hair rIs a regular hair medicine Falling hair is ii caused by a germy tfid this f medicine completely dessroyspthese germs Then y t1 scalp gives rich healthy hair The best kind of a nqnia lIe Sold for over 11xt year U 1 hJ o a7rCo Lamll XaM Alio mnu koturer or A A SARSAPARILLA e PILLS lJ V CHCXRY PECTOBAU l4r I f f i J 4 fy r rN r7rr 1J 1t FAIRS WINTER SPECIALS Our Cloak Departnlento t TJjegre t rush now it depart meet indicates to us that our styles and iprices are rIght Never before have we had so many nice compliments film our lady custom ers Every week brings new additions to our al ready large assortment Our advice to you is to come now and seethe largest stock of upto date Cloaks ever shown in Ohio county 00 vJ Mens- Outfitters flI l vI J I I J Hartford Republican 1 FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8 I Inols Central RailroadTimej Table North Bound Hfinlli Bound No132 due 407 a m Nol21du ll3lH m No122dae1230 p m No tea due 248 p lu Ko102 dun 248 pm No im due 040 p in The Patrician Shoes for Ladles are Iat Fairs It was a desperate blow to the machine For Shoes that wilt wear go to Barnard Co Remnant Flannelette 5c the yard at Barnard Cos Mr V M Stewart Beda called to see us Tuesday You should see Barnard J Cos line of Fall Dress Goods I Dont buy your Fall Suit until you eee Fairs Clothing We kayo Suits to suit you at prices CotoBarnaVfl Cos Crossett r Shoes and Schwab Clothing are the best I A rush eyery daY In Faa Millinery Parlors New styles every week r Slip Inside ol one of our fall Suits i land you will be in style f 1Carson Co ETRAYEDTwo Patagonia An i gora goats Write me at Fordsville 1412 J H A BABBITT A vlsit io our 5cand lOc Basement Will convhlceYou that we areshead- liuartees MR CO- Dont J J j buy your fall Suit oKOve coat without consuming FairsYou 4 villJbe sorry if You seeing this tal ltockJ14 e4 n I a- a 4 Ir 1i 0 litf Our Overcoat Department This is one feature of our immense Clothing stock which should interest t every man who contemplates buying an Overcoat this season We want to call spec ial attention to our fa mous Sterling brand Nothing equals them in material or makeup Every garment sold under an absolute guar antee your money back if not satisfactory We dont ask you to buy only seethe coat low prices do our lOur n Ladies McCal Patterns are at Fairs None so good lOc 15c None higher Buy your Silks andW oolen Dress Goods at Fairs Prices to suit you Barnard Cos line 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 CO Nice selection childrens Toques Fa chiators Shawls long knit Scarfs at Fairs Fall Is here so are Barnard Co with all kinds of fall goods at cheap prices Fall Overcoatsthe long kind the spurt kind every other kindat Car son Cos Our highgrade Clothing costs no mgre than the common kind sold else where Carson Co Good Judges of Clothing are buying our 10 12 and 15 Suits on sight Carson Com Home grown Celery for sale by W F Sfchapmlre artfordKy Home phone 121 16t2 Every day a busy day In Fairs Mil linery parlors New styleslow prices our criterion Dont fall to see Barnard Cos Raincoats the Schwab kind They are the best Mr J B Hayworth of the East Hartford neighborhood called to see us Tuesday A great many ladles will wish later that they had bought their fall Hat land Dress Goods here Carson Co i I Mrs W B Taylor and son Harney twit were the guests of friends and alldlS I Attendance at the Hartford Sunday schools last Sunday was 254 Collec tion 799 Immense selection of Children Wraps at lalrsCall and see them Sure to please you- Mothers bring your boys to Barnard Co Hartford and apt us fit them up In new Suits Free at Barnard Co Ladles Home Journal transfer collar pattern and monthly style booka 4Mr John B Brown of the East Hartford neighborhood was a pleats ant caller Tuesday The big stock of Woolen Dress Goods is at Fairs Painstaking sales ladies to watt on you If you are looking for your moneys worth and courteous treatment go to Barnnard Co Ills father Mr Taylor v has The Heralds profoundest sympathy in this his sad bereavement For SaleA good second hand heat ing stove cheap for cash Call on Jno W Taylor at barber shop Miss Moseley Barnard Cos Mill iner Invites all the ladies to give her a call for the latest In her line For nice Napkins Table Scarfs Ta ble linen Doilies ancy LlnenDrawn Work call at Fairs linen department Ldok at and price Fairs Ladies and Childrens Cloaks Our exclusive styles and low prices make us headquarters Mr Sam Jones of Rochester Ky has accepted a position with the W G Duncan Coal Company at Luzerne Ky If you didnt know the price you would bo willing to pay more for our dress goods than we are asking Carson Co- WANTEDTlnrce or four reliable men to consider a propositlonout of which they can clear from 60 to 1GO per month Apply to W S this of office Because the election in Louisville Tuesday was a fair one a certain prominent Democrat of Hartford who has been officially houoredthreatened to boycot the cityIMr W H Mauzy has received word that the negro who killed Mr Mauzys son Herman In Mississippi about a year ago has been located and will probably be arrested soon We have bought out the Hoover Brothers stock of groceries and will conduct the business at the same place with a complete lino of staple and fancy groceries All at rock bot tom prices SCIIROADER CO Attorneys Glenn and Simmerman have moved into their new quarters on Main St next door to Henry Grif fins drug store They have two large rooms and probably the best equipped law officers west of Louisville While hauling hay at his firm in the Kindur nook neighborhood yesterday Rev R D Bennett was severely injured by his etam running awuy His right arm was broken one foot sprained and his back somewhat in jurled His injuries though painful are not dangerous Mrs Henry James formerly a res ident of this county died at her home at Owensboro last Friday morning after a lingering Illness of female trou ble After funeral services conducted by Rev J A Bennett Saturday at 10 oclock a m her remains were interr ed in the cemetery near SUlnkle Chapel All persons having claims against the estate of Sam Frlzzell deceased will submit the same properly proven to the undersigned administrator or to Barnes and Anderson attorneys Hart ford KLon or before December 1 1907 of they will be forever barred This October 22 1907 C P Keown 3t Admin of Sam Frizzell dec Mr E P Moore of Dundee has purchased an interest in the Moore and Crabtree meat Market and has moved to Hartford with his family taking rooms at his fathers on Un ion street Mr Moore and his fami ly will be valuable additions to our town Mr Moore is the kind of citi zen we are glad to welcome The Ohio county Medical Society met at the office of Superintendent James M DoWeese Wednesday Those present were Drs J S Smith S D Taylor S J Wedding J W Taylor L D F Whittaker and E W ford One new application for membership was received Dr Weddings quiz on typhoid fever = was the feature of the meeting I Mr Alpha Dexter died at his home at Beaver Dam Monday from the effects ofs a broken leg which he sustained several weeks ago His remains were Interred in the Goshen cemetery Tuesday at U oclock a mMr Dex ter was squirrel hunting some weeks ago and killed a squirrel wlUch lodg ed In thfe tree He climbed the tree to get It and fell out crushing hfs foot and leg severely Last Wednes day the leg was amputated as a last means df saving his life which prov ed to be uneffeclive N i r 1 1 Mr and Mrs E E Blrkhead are the guests of Mrs Birkheads sisters Mrs Mary White and Mrs A V Goodin Charleston Mo Mrs Dr E W Ford and Mrs WS ThiBley entertained the Ladles Social Club Wednpsday October ao ut the house of the former The weird light from miniature grinning pump kltiSj tho decoration refreshments and favors all suggested the nearby hal lowcten After flinch an interesting feature was the cutting of a cake as pleasant to the eye as it proved to the tafite The unmarried ladles were requested to cut first for the ring concealed within Its snowy bosom After that the married ladles wfio were more fortunate the ring falling to the lot of Mrs Simmerman Those present were Miss Leone Maddox Mesdaines W C Newbolt O MShultzI Laura Warrlner J F Vickers W HI Moore tool C E Smith as Invited guests and Mesdames S A Ander son C M Barnett E E Blrkhead Hooker Williams E B Pendleton 11FelixR Holbrook R E Leo Simmerman R D Walker S J Wedding A S Yewell Misses Hattie Barnett So phia Woerner Mattlt Sanderfur Mar garet Gunther Laura Morton Lettie Marks mid Maggie Marks n Sunday School Convention- At the organization of the Cromwell bChoollAsso elected President N B DavisHorse Branch Vice President C W Dan iel Olaton Secretary and Treasurer Miss Proska Raines Rosine Super intendent Primary Work Miss Lucy Brown Olaton Home Department R C Jarnagin Beaver Dam A collection was taken for the use of districts officers and several subscriptions for the State organ the Reporter Quite a large crowd was In attendance and five schools were represented The school at Rosine of which Dr N J Rains Is Superintendent was very generous in asking the organization to be perfected at their school and very kindly gave up part of their hour for the work Several schools In this district ex pect to work all winter y Sad Accident Calvin Taylor the tenyearold son of Mr W B Taylor fell off of the boat We Three last Friday afternoon about 2 oclock and was drowned His remains were brought to Hartford and taken lo Capt Wm Foremans rest dence where they were kept until Saturdiy at 2 oclock p m when in terment took place in Oakwood cemetery The accident occurred while the boat was making the bend just be IOH the mouth of Muddy creek about tO miles West of Hartford The boy was standing on the deck near the kitchen and when last seen was slid ing over the guard of the boat Into the river The alarm was given and the boat stppped as quickly as possible but while every possible effort was made to rescue him he drowned before aid could reach him His remains were recovered in about five minutes after he sank All known means were resorted to to re store him to life but to no avail RENDER Nov 5Miss Jessie Oliver of Taylor Mines and Messrs H T Vance and W A Penick of Louisville and W IT Minor of Central City were hero lust Wednesday- J H Fielden was in Hartford last WednesdayDr McKenney and Jno Barass of Taylor Mines and Ed Taylor of Beaver Dam were here last Thurs dayRev Willis Burden of GleasonTenn was the guest of his brother Hajdiu Burden last Thursday and Friday Nicholas Barrass and Othit Miller of Taylor Mines and J T Wallace of Hartford were hero Friday Guy Steltler was In Beaver Dam FridayMorton Herel was In Hillside Friday Charles Campbell of Hartford and Oliver Jones of Taylor Mines were here Saturday- J nt Reynolds was in BeaverDam Saturday Mack Dbwell spent Saturday and Sunday in Owensboro- Mr and Mrs P L Neighbors of Central City and Mr Melvin Liles of Taylor Mines were here yesterday Misses Lucye James and Isabel Fair were In CentertoWn Sunday- E It Gwynn was in Hartford yes terdayL Harret was In Beaver Dam yes terday Prof t and Mrs Alex Rhodes spent yesterday and today In Centertown Mrs Luellen Francis left today for JacksouvIlleFla where she has gone to her husband who Is there for his health Mr and Mrs B F Garrett of Hill side were here today Jesse Langford of White Run wpe the guest of his brother Wm Lang ford todayI All the Mines are idloin this die trict todayon account of the elec tionii dv tl lVlAllsllT ll1 Dl 1 S v rJ Vl J- ClothesCoififortI 4 f U My Dear Sir- Doesntnecessar j I ly mean a fancy uncomfortable price Come to 100 u r store and 0 well show you our display of Schwabs 1500 speIthem perfect in fit andmodel Suits in every particular Dont take our word for it Call and ex amine these very desirable new fall I styles They are the best made Suits in America that sell at 15 We have the exclusive local sel- lling right you ready I a new supply I i Dontforgetlus furnishings on I the little neces Cn1u Q fJ sary fixings We have probably just what you have been looking for and can certain ly please you Deper1d oan I Barnard rCo IHartford Ky I s p 4ri TJlLT REPEATING SHOT GtIII NEW MODEL NIT fcnwrewehavebeaafamous fcy 7ffarin itirulard of rtrenethsafety end durh1ity Notice the dun of chokebanda melrand bud thootna get tint high trade repeating shot gun low price For sale by U Sa Carson Hartford DIUISIX CHILDREN AND A POLICEMAN Bitten by Mad Dog Before Rabid Animal Was Killed or Restrained The Owenfiboro Messenger says A shepherd dog belonging to J W Mc Culloch Jr went suddenly mad Sun day morning while in Mr McCulIoch yard playing with some children and bit six of them before they were able to get away They are Hugh Hamil ton McCulloch Helen Groczluger J W McCulloch Jr Richard Siowers Charles Lewis McCulloch and Gamble McCarty All of them wero badly frightened but none of them is se riously injured As soon as the children had been bitten Mr Phillips at WhIt esvIII was notified rfnd he came im me diately with a mad stone and applied it to the wounds made by the dog Policeman Day was coming in Frederica street a few minutes after the dog had bitten the children and as he arrived at corner of McFarlaml street in front ol the McCulloch residence the dog ran at him and bit him He pulled his revolver apd killed the dog with one shot Policeman Day had the mad stone applied to his wound am is now ablo to go about his duties NOCREEK Nov 4Mr Ernest Bennett of Den ver Colo is visiting his sister Mrs Hezzlo Ward this week The Buford District Union A S of E met at Mt Hermon last Thurs day Mr C M Barnett our National President was with us and gave ant address that was enjoyed by all Wet I t A Gf 1 m tCt r i U r tl Ipplicity lo at w a 9 I 00 eau wv MaaluL WfaOr7 are proud of Mr Barnou and having such a leader we are sure of sucteas in our organization Rev G W Dame has re a nod home from Sprcmsburg where he huts been assisting Rev R T Harper of the Leilchfield circuit in a revival muet ing Mr Harlin Tlchenor and MM Koena Hudson were quietly married at the parsonage at Nocreok law Thursday evening at 730 oclock Rev Dame filled his regular appoint meat at Xocrcek Sunday There was n large congregation Mr Curry Wallace of Ivlorgnmown is visiting his uncle Mr Cleophas Wai taco this week Rev F L Cretch our Providing Elder was with us last week He livid the first Quarterly Conference for this I year at Shinkle Chapplu Mr Ellis Foster of Hartford Mr Archie Foster of near Llvermore rind Mr Jesse Foster of Heflln viilttd their parents Mr and Mrs J P Fos ter Sunday Most of the people have signed the pooling pledge In this community The dumper will soon bo u thing of the pastMisses Jessie and Mabel Park visited Miss Rosa Westerfleld Sunday Misses Mary Dame Bettie Ward an Annie Bradshaw visited Miss Irena Ward Sunday Notice Oct 261 want to say to the locals of the A S of E in Ohio county having stock pledges you are requested to sign up and return same to mo at Prentice Kentucky giving the name and address of your Secretary by the Cth of November as wo mutt have them in before we can go farther with arrangements It is up to you wo are your servants but must have something to offer to our agent when wo go to employ oneIJ M SHULTZ Chnlrnu I r f I1TTr jT Co I t I A t joA IIr J 1I Li PI F j7MASJ 11d AFTER YEARS s er Trooper of Eleventh Cav alry Shoes Him After I t Desperate Struggle With eyes flashing nostrils distend ed ears laid back mouth open and Il Whiskers standing sharply on end I yesISatan a vicious horse gave desperate would not be shod the blacksmith shed him singlehanded but in tho tussle t had his left hand literally crushed Several bones were broken and the I smith suffered xcruclating pain Tho name of the smith is H W I Brown a former trooper in Troop D Eleventh Calvery who was discharge here and took up his trade with Vro man Satan is a beauty a little sorrel I weighing scarcely more than 1201 5 pounds plump and full of ginger and fire Satan has always rebelled savagelj against the iron shoe His very name I was given him on this account He bas never been known to let a smith shoe him without being bound by leather I straps until he could not move Brown is a wiry soldier erect and solid Satan was led in by a common halter and tied to the ring in the sideI of the wall With a great leatherI apron about his waist Brown t shoe and approached Satan Quick as a flash the horse wheeled and both feet shot Into the spot where Drowns v stomach wasbut Drown was quicker in removing it f Then camo into play tho scientific blacksmiths tactics picked up in the United States army where bad horses are plentiful Advancing to Satans side Brown was ready for the next spring caught Satan sharply in the flank with the point of his elbow a painful grunt was Satans reply and he huddled himself in surprise in a cornerThe smith stooped to lift a hoof and Satan without moving his fore parts deliberately twisted himself in a position to let fly one foot but Brown again escaped by springing aside this time however the Smith trapped the fellow and caught his left foot before he had the leg stiffen ed There was a struggle Brown press ed a knee under the hoot and cruelly pressed down cramping the leg so that Satan stood still while the hot iron hoof then Sa was presed against his tans hoof was released For the first time he took a good look atthe man who dared- Then the shoe was roady to null Brown again approached the horse The sumo tactics were adopted except L that at the crucial moment Satan in stead of merely twisting himself crouched and jumped forward as far as his huller would allow and let fly his left foot twice so quickly that It caught Browns left hand each tune I Bystanders heard the bouts crush as the cruel hoofs struck Browns face went white his teeth set and quietly asking his helper to take Satans head the plucky fellow brought tho crippled hand to bear the best he could and forcing tIle little sorrel in a corner deliberately crowned him by the powe of his eye and his nerve and nailed both shoes home Then is was over the smith was wet with perspiration and almost faint ing from pain Ho was taken sit once to a physician where his hand was drossod I Satan showed 110 more ill temper but walked with his huaddown from tho building as though he were asham edDes Moines Leader and Register I You cant be well if you have a weak unhealthy tired out stomach Neither can you feel good if by some 4 little Irregularity In eating you have caused tho stomach to get out of or der These little stomach troubles are signs of indigestion which may and very ofton does turn imo a very bad case of dyspepsia Dont allow this to go on a single day without doing something to overcome it Take some good reliable and safe digestant like Kodol For Dyspepsia Kudol is the best remedy known today for heart burn belching and all trouble arising from a disordered digestion It is pleasant to take and affords relief promptly Sold bv all druggists m 11 Coftin Was Out of Style JiIsaacCoffman a few days ago sold a ho had made many years ago t He sold it not because he felt he would have no use for it but because Ihiswife Insisted that it WItS out of l Mr Coffman is nearing Jiis eight ieth birthday He explained to a friend that he constructd the coffin twenty years igo at a time when plans fore the future had to bo made It was built of chestnut because as he put It Manys Ihe tlmo I have sat buBlde a cheery blaze of chestnut logs and heard them crackle and burn inorri ly It males such a homelike blure ol that I picked It in preference to other woods It was my desire lo make the cot S H I S fin as as possible and I rejected the frivolities which so many persons affect in the matter of coffins In or der to have It handly I kept it in the garret But my wife tells me that styles havo changed and since I have ac cumulated a little fortune she will not permit me to die unless 1 consent to get an uptodate casket To avoid trouble I agreed to sell tho old one Hatton Pa Dispatch to the Phila delphia North Americana Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free It your bloqd is Impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching rising and bumpy skin bone painsca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample tree by writing Blood Balm Co At lanta Ga B B B is especially ad vised for chronic deepseated casesas It cures after all else falls 35tf RENDER- Oct 29John 3 Spence was In Hart ford last Wednesday Mrs L Francis went to Central City last Wednesday George E Morrisey of Ottumwa Iowa and Payne Faught of Crom well were here last Wednesday W J Scott of Louisville and W D McEIhlnney and W B Alexander of Central City were here last Thurs dayF J Losson of Louisville and D W Jones of Ottumwa Iowa and Will Southard of Prentls were here FridayV Mercer was in Central City and Bevler Friday t H P Taylor of Hartford and Ed Hurt of Beaver Dam were here Satur day W J Mercer was in Central City Saturday Geo T Tlnsley spent Saturday and Sunday in Centertown John Francis made a business trip to Louisville Sunday Mrs Joe Stewart of Horse Branch and Mr and Mrs W H Mauzy of Beaver Dam were hero yesterday- J W Baker was at Simmons yes terday Jno W Carter of Matanzas and Tom Beasleyof Drakesborowere hero todaySam James Jr has a very sick child this week- Days remember next Tuesday No ember 5th is election So let our next Governor be A E Wlllson so Lhreo cheers for the G O P Dont Pay Alimony To be divorced from your appendix There will be no occasion for it if you keeq your bowels regulated with Jr Kings New Life Pills Their action is so gentle that the appendix lever has cause to make the least complaint Guaranteed by all druggists 25c Try them m ACCOMPLISHED THIEVES Tim Bhatteei Aim to Attain Perfection In the Art of Stealing The Blmttces are an Indian trlbo that devote their whole attention to attaining perfection In the art of HtealI Lag From their earliest years their youth are trained to endure the greatest fatigue with comparative case Among other accomplishments which the young Uhitttcc must acquire 11I constant practice the following are inI dispensable lie must learn to bleat like a sheep Irk like a dog crow like a cock bray like an ass and Imitate the movements of all kinds of animals lIe must be able to crawl along the ground run like a goat or a dog or stand on his head with his Hind logs extended wide BO as to appear In time dusk like the stump of a tree lu connection with this last men tloned acquirement story Is told of n cavalry sentinel who while standing on duty on one occasion heard some thing move about the head ropes of his horse On looking round he saw what he supposed to be a large dog which ran between his legs and nearly upset him lie suspected however that sonIc roguery was on foot and tho better to detect It he placed himself i behind what appeared to he the stump of a tree at no greqt distance from the spot on which he had been previously standing lIe then hung his helmet on the nut posed stump and bent on tho most at entire scrutiny he placed his head between the two limbs of the tree so as unperc led to command a direct view of the quarter from which the noise hind at first proceeded This however was too much for the thief for such In reality was this would be tree stump who unable any longer to restraint his laughter and finding his situation somewhat critical suddenly performed a somer sault upset the astonished made oft with his helmet soldierI seen no more London A TIP FOR THE CLERK Abrupt End of Church Servlce Tho Devil In the Gown I Among the amusing instances of tho I humor of the parish clerk that are told is a story of n clerk who went to sleep as tho preacher went into tho pulDlt That day the parson had pre u I pared a particularly Impressive nor mon dividing It according to custom Into man 1 parts When tliel firstly was concluded tub parson paused Cor breath and the clerk awaking and believing that the discourse had comm to an end pronounced the usual All men in a very loud voice The congregation arose and the serv ice ended abruptly As the squire passed out he slipped a coin Into tin old clerks hand whispering You managed that very well Thomas Ill give you the same next time A vicar who held Caistor with its two chapclrics of Holton and Cllshy and the living of Rothwcll and was nonresident had a curate who was a great smoker and was In the habitat retiring to the vestry to put on tht black gown and smoke a pipe before sermon time while the congregation sang a psalm On one occasion he had an extra pipe and the clerk hur tied in to tell him that the people were getting impatient Let them sing another psalm said the curate They have sir replied the clerk Then let them sing the One Hundred and Nineteenth wan the laconic reply Having finished hit pipe he began to put on his gown but the folds were troublesome I think the devils in the gown be muttered II think he be replied the clerk dry ly London BtrarwL Estry Notice Taken up as astray on October 25 1907 by C W Leisure living three miles south of Roslne Ky near Mt Pleasant church one black mare mute 4 years old about 15 12 hands high left hind foot a little large has been hurt white spots on each side of back supposed to be saddle marks some white hairs on right shoulder collar marks on weathers rough shod all around and is worth 150 Given uil der my hand as justice of the peace for Ohio county Kentucky This Oc tober 29 1907 W P MILLERJ P O C i WlI D DmV Oho County Circuit CourtToF Birkhead Judge Ben D lUngo Attorney Oscar Mldklff Jailer Ed O Barrass Clerk Frank L Felix Master CommlsslonerY L Mose ley Trustee Jury Fund R B Martin Sheriff Hartford Deputies S A Bratcher L P Crowder W a Ashley 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 Judge W S Tlnsley Clerk EM Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Court Begins on the third Monday In January April July and Oc toberCourt of claims Convenes first Monday In January Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Officers N Moxley Surveyor Shreve S W Leach Assessor IU KoyJames DoWecsc School Superlnten cnt Hartford Jerome Allen Coronet Jingo JUSTICES COURTS J H Williams Beaver DamMarch 24 June 23 September 21 December 21 W P Miller Horse Branch March 26 Juno 25 September 25 December 20 W S Dean Dundee March 27 Junt 2C September 26 December 27 W R Edge 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the head quicklyCream 1OT BlITERS A 4Medlcin for these dU sasS SOc iuarantdrA5 I 1 p T p 7 r v o o f 77 e 1 IiceA WATCH PROBLEM Telling the thHandspeasnnt4wholelzed by the kings soldiers and placed Pknme H old man searched before being 1 rcernted All his personal property stunnknifendand ncll The poor old man begged for lidthinggranted the privilege of knowing the thokingtiknifesaingInyourei r The poor old man knowing that 15 king meant a life sentence stag bltterhNeverthelesstyfour hours having accomplished the wonderful task of telling the correct time In the dark with a watch without hands How did he do it A watch derives Its power of motion from the recoil of the mainspring and the recoil Is governed by the balnncerest and lever For Instance If It takes twentyfour full turns of the stem to wind the watch and the watch runs twentyfour hours when fully wound then for each turn of tho stem It will IL run one hour A mole simple method Is to hold the stem firmly between the fingers and turn the watch around In winding ti10ten watch to run for ono hour the ratchet on the mainspring will click say thirty times which proves that this watch runs two minutes for each click of the ratchet which Is attached to the mainspring We will Suppose it was 12 oclock noon when the watch was last wound up and you now wish to knowI 111rfore It Is again wound up fully the ratchet clicks 130 times By dividing this by thirty we get four and one third or four hours nnd twenty minutes which added to 12 oclock makes the hour 420 p m While watches are not VII exactly alike tho principle is the same ands simply a case of mental arlthmet- in order to be able to toll the time W But you must always remember tho time of the starting point or first win Ing and after that tho time at ti last winding The above was the method used the poor old peasant whose life mostly depended on his release and who wnsa Immediately rewarded by the kl with his liberty and a life pension I Death In a New Guise In a little village on the Hungarian frontier not far from Presburg n peasant woman recently received 400 kronen 83 from her husband In America She promptly deposited It In tho local branch of the postofllce sarI ings bank and then tho next day went to withdraw tho whole amount The bank official was somewhat surprised and asked for an explanation when she said that Death had appeared to her during the night and threatened to take her away with him unless she had the 400 kronen ready for him tho next night Tho gendarmerie were communicated with and when Death made his promised appearance he was found to be very much alive In tho person of the local Judge The womans money adds our Vienna correspondent who sends the story is still in tUe banI and tho Judge is In jnllPall Mall Gazette Denmark Original of Thule n inworldsyond which lay only the Sluggish sea ahontJGrjsat Is believed by some to referred to what wo now know as Ju land by this name but as there IF a nothing to show that pytheas had Inratherto have represented as a land of t midnight sun others have Idelitfle- It tlSal as Iceland or even Greenland and the Thule of tho Irish monks of t ninth century A D was certainly Iceland But the Thule of Tacitus whlc lay near tho Orkney Islands must hat been part of the Shetlands Loudo- Chronicle a Comparatively Lucky A young woman settlement workTwho is well known In Bostons circles observed that one of her pre halagpathetic and salt kIndly after speak tng ot the womans eye Never mint Mrs Mc everything will be all right Your troubles might be worse Sure it might be worse answerc Jatbe woman philosophically I mhht e like yourself 11lss with no hus band at allBoston Record Foolish to Quit Why dont you buy It asked l husband who had consented to shopping with her You say It is what you want and this price seems to be reasonable so why waste timeI furtherI how foolish jeou half tired out yet m Chicago RecordHeraldbl CouldntTell me the old old story she f uklI cantt he epUedIII have madeb TelawjokeThe benefactor engraves his namee ThFrench I y t 1 A MAN AND A MOB The Way Lyon Playfalr Handled the Lancashire Strikers During the great labor riots In Lancashire about the middle of tho last LyonPlnYfalr timerrwas these two should continue in action supplied the workmen engaged v muskets But n great force of strikers advanced upon one of the two and It was obvious that the day was lost The mob meant to wreck tile place Playfafr who was a friend mnongthemhosight He ppt the case frankly to the wonjI I Itslraofs Ing the place Let n few of them satethe premises remove the plugs from the boilers and thus without dunmgu stoppngeEvenn man of courage and tact will listen- So did this one Playfnlrs proposition trencherylieIIee Immediately put their doubts nt by offering himself as hostage w I deputatiomhileworks The men agreed and Playfalr strolled off with the wen chosen To gether they went to the hollers and withdrew the plugs This stopped the works but did no other damage While thus engaged Playfalr was able to lis to the story of the lenders and found many of their demands most reasonable and such that afterward It was possible readily to concede them The little party returned from their Innocent wrecking and found the mob honorably preserving order The scientist gave them a couple of sever signs with which the buy food and they returned him three times three In cheers There remained only one other mill to close that nt Clltheroe and upon this the strikers now marched Again they were thwarted but this time not by pacific menus but by the might of the military St James Gazette SUPERSTITIOUSle General Grant believed in dreams aldIntocbyVon Moltke the hardy old German would wirer begin n battle on Friday ngPrince Bismarck of Germany would never sit down to n dinner with thirteen at the table President Davis of tho Confederacy hollered that the presence of children brought him luck i James G Blaluo would never turn back to reenter his home even if he had forgotten something The father of Nicholas II of Russia guided his actions by tho advice of an American spirit medium Admiral Farragut says ho used to be guided by n still small voice which told him what to do In battles The ameer of Afghanistan tho sal tans of Morocco and Zanzibar ant khedlve of Egypt all maintain official astrologers A Timely Present A certain colored gentleman recently saluted q large colored lady of the Amazonian type in tho following Ian guage Yuhs lookln mighty fasclnatln this evenln Sal Sal hauled off and knocked him down Then looking him out of n- clination n to get up she said Now Jest lay that till I goes an find out what dat word fasclnutluk means I gentr copy saying I mIght want tel salute yulr agln so jes please look up the mean of some of these heah compllmon terms promptly refused to accept the upon the ground that one orhe up IiGowns From the Undertakers tellnyou a man fact that dressmakers sometimes send to n fashionable undertaker for gown when they have a hurry order here was a time whoa undertakers carried only shrouds In stock but In concernssve a line of what are as ladles fine burial dresses Such materials as henrlettn pongee faille and chiffon taffeta are used for these dresses and they are made in the dressmakersdknow this they want In one of the regular shops they dont hesitate to call on the un dertaker New York Sun As He Viewed It bysiwas no no arms am a dlmo museum manager and I like to find him Citizen No use hunting him up ills parents wont exhibit him They wont Well it boats all wha essings fall to folks as cant appreciate emKan8al City Independent Never Touched Him Nodd Would you mind returning the you borrowed of me last year Some ono borrowed it of tno hasnt returned it yet Did you see anything like tho way some act about a thing like that ey have no sense of honor Life Is s r RARE HALF DOLLARS Good Specimens of Those Dated 17dQ and 1797 Are Valuable The halt dollar Is one of the most Unitend regujIyear excel deuCftm 0 exceptions were tho years 1708 1700 1800 1808 and 1810 This Is the reason why so few of them are rare nowadays and that many specimens of the early dates are to be had for little more than face value In a condition that would Indl onto they were only a year or two old instead of dating back nearly n hundred years as many do Altogether there Kara been issued 235 varieties of tho hhlf dollar and nil of the branch mints have struck coins in this denomination except those of- Dahlonega Ga and Charlotte N C which were authorized to strike only gold coins Tho very rare half dollars are those dated 1700 and 1717 Of those of 17JJO flaf bust of Liberty the other with sixteen stars Each of these two varieties has brought over 100 when In per feet condition The 1707 half dollar is the next rarest and a very flue specimen of this coin has brought as much as 120 The next rarest is the ISSS half dolls struck at New Orleans with the mint letter 0 under the bust This coin Is worth from 50 to 75 Another rare half dollar was struck at tho San Francisco mint in 18GO This coin omits the motto of In God We Trust which is borne by all the other varieties of the year and Is valued at f24 Elder Monthly rStars and Storms Most people suppose that when th stars appear to lose their liveliness o light and shine without twinkling a minute bright points In the sky fal weather Is In prospect Studies lately made In this country seem to contra diet this popular belief It has bee found that when the stars are feeble In their scintillations foul weather Is at hand The night before a most vlo lent storm In the south for Instance the stars hung so quietly in the sky that they seemed to have entirely lost their scintillating power This Is said to be only one instant among many which show that an unusual steadiness In the light of the stars precedes the appearance o storms Minneapolis Journal r r When to Take Tea Our conclusions with regard to ten ore that its original popular use as n stimulating beverage with breakfast and tea is justified and harmless but that its Indiscriminate consumption with meat foods or during protcld di gestion is likely to be harmful China teA on recount of its jess tannic acid content Is less harmful than Indian tot Our results with ginger beer show ed that this beverage was practically without Influence upon digestion Hos pltal On the Last Day throto It IsrafelThats strange Gabriel Isnt It People Just make n hasty jump for the curbstone and then look to see which way the auto went Cleveland Leader r The mind Is like a bow the stronger for being unbent Ben Tonsou The Reverse of the Medal When a bird can sing and wont YesIt half tho troubleas a bird willBaltlmori It Sounded Heartless Wero you much hurt in the nuto accident Just the merest scratch Tni so sorry Cleveland Plain Dealer o iForThe Kind You Have Always Bough- Dears the SISlpatur Saved by His Wit A noncommissioned ofllcer onterln a barrack gate in Dublin was by the fresh one on sentry go tvh immediately saluted him The non commissioned oiliest unaware that his colonel was just behind returned tb salute a thing not permissible under the circumstances Arrived at his quarters he waf surprised to find an order for him to attend before th colonel On presenting himself he a a naked how he emus to return tho salute knowing full well he was not entitled to It Not In the least embarrassed he promptly answered Sir I always r turn everything I am not entitled to The colonel taken aback by his ready wit laughingly dismissed lmlmLon don Express A Bit of Kindness The greatest thing says some one n man can do for his Heavenly Fa I thor Is to be kind to some of his other children I wonder how it is that we arc not all kinder than we are How much the world needs It How easily It is done IIow instanta neously it nets How infallibly It is remembered How superabundantlyy It pays itself back for there Is no debtor in tho world so honorable so superbly honorable ns love Henry 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f IraapUshed v SAX GOVERNORS ELECTED f- In the Remaining States the Election Was Confined to Minor Offices t fTC Astonishing Feature of the Days 1 Report Is the Wide Defection of P Kentucky Democrats Wiping Out a Majority of 27000 Four Years Ago Republicans Elect Entire state Ticket Tom Johncon Continues to Hold His j Place In the Affections of I Cleveland People i New York Nov C Tuesdays elections i being mainly for local officers attracted small attention In those states not concerned In the resultsy Balloting was conducted In thirteen states in six of which governors were t electedProbably the most astonishing re sult win the landslide in Kentucky which wiped out the 27000 majority given Governor Beckham In 1903 and gave Augustus E WiUnon for gover nor nnd tho entire Republican ticket tho state by a majority of more than 500C Mas6rchtisettst elects the entire Republinu Htat tlcket headed by Governor Curtis Guild Jr Henry M Whitney the Ctizens Democratic can didate for governor polled a much heavier vote than Charles Bartlett the AntiMerger Democrat Pennsylvania elects John O Silent Republican head of the ticket for state treasurer by a largo majortly New York state elects Edward T Bartlett and Willard Bartlett Joint candidates on the Republican aiil Democratic tickets for Justices of the court of appeals over the candidates of the Independence League Hearst New York city elects the Tammany candidates by considerable majorities over the Independence LeagueRepub candidatesi jr Dem of New Jersey by a narrow The Maryland contest for tho gov tmiorsbip was warmly fought Cro T thors Dem was elected for governor by n plurality of about 5000 lames IL Higgins Dem was reelected governor of Rhode Island over Frederick H Jackson Rep by a plu rallty estimated to be about 1500 showing a Democratic gain from the arItlClt1ctfor governor was a foregone conclu Blon as is no opposition ticket In Nebraska M B Reeso Republi can candidate for the supreme court I tho most important state office voted on was elected i 1 The mayoralty contest In Cleveland resulted in the election of Tom L Johnson present mayor over Congressman liurton J The American or Anti Mormon parI ty at t alt Lake City gave the largest jiluraMlpa ever given in that city At Toledo Mayor Whitlock and theI entire Independent ticket Is elected Cinch ati elects Colonel Leopold I Marktftvjt the Republican candidate fur mayor At Sun Francisco Dr Edward H Taylor Democratic and good Eov rnment candidate for mayor was elected and District Attorney Lang don municipal graft flghtort was re turnedKENTUCKY TURNS OVER I EnMre Republican State Ticket Elect ed by Big Majority j Louisville Ky Nov GGovernorIAugustus E Wlllson enant governor William H Cox Mays vllle attorney general James Breath I 1ittHopklnsvllle auditor of public ac Harrodsburgi I BrunorrInstruction John G Crabbe Ashland tcommissioner of agriculture labor andI PieasurevilleI4 vamc Somerset railroad commission er Second district L P TarltonI Frankfort Augustus E Wlllson Republican L candidate tor governor and tho entfreI Republican state ticket have beenIXz elected by majorities ranging from 5 000 to 1000 and the Republicans rtt ham carried the city of Lonlsvills for f both state and cifcy tickets JaaesP- Oricteai RepJ to elected mayor of Lvnivfll by 3800 majority The next Koptttcky legislature will ferni a DemocTatip majority on jointI GovernorF n 3eckham for United States senator although there is already some talk of a bolt of some of tho Democrats to defeat him These are tho results o qne o tho Warmest and what seem- to havo been ono of tho fairest ale tions held In Kentucky In many years This landslide wipes out tho 27000 majority polled by Governor Beckham In 1903 IN MASSACHUSETTS Republicans Return Governor Guild and Other State Officers Boston Nov GThe Republicans won a sweeping victory reelecting Governor Guild and all other state of ficers Tho Republicans will have their usual majority In both branches of tho legislature The state offlceraelected were Governor Curtis Guild Jr of Boston lieutenant governor Ebon S Draper secretary of state William M Olin L CURTIS GUILD JR treasurer Arthur D Chapin auditor Henry E Turner attorney general Dana Malone Governor Guilds plu rallty Is about 75000 Governor Guild was opposed for re lectl09 by six other candidates Hen ry Whitney Democrat and also running on two sets of nomination papers Thomas L Hlsgcn Indepen dence League General Charles W Bartlett AntiMerger Hervoy S Cow ell Prohibition John W Brown Socialist and Thomas F Drennand3o clallstIaborITho total vote of Boston for gover nor was Bartlett 3446 Guild 33 412 Hlsgcn 19993 Whitney 25511 Last year tho vote was Guild 37 143 Moran 50671 In Boston tho feature of tho election was the contest for district at torney In which Joseph A Dennis r JOHN B MORAN Dem and Walter A Webster Rep opposed tho reelection of John B Moran tho candidate of the Indepen dance League Moran was reelected by a largo plurality ITho complexion of the next legisla turn will remain about the same as last year 170 Republicans and 70 Democrats members of tho house and 2S Republicans and 12 Democrats mom bers of the senate- FUSIONISTS KNOCKED OUT Straight Democratic Ticket Carries New York County INew York Nov C Republican and Independenco Leaguo fusion In Now York county was defeated by a straight Democratic ticket the Inde pendence League ticket for associate justices of tho court of appeals was overwhelmingly beaten by the identi andIchange In the makeup of the state assembly In New York city tho Independence League court of appeals ticket was defeated 4 to 1 and the league voto up stato was light In tho city Interest centered In the county fight In which tho Republican and Independence League forces opposed tho Tammany ticket JamesW Gerard was elected to the supreme court with a wide margin over L Y Bruce Thomas F Foley defeated toy the rBberlffn office the fusion candi Indopendonce Edward T Bartlptt and William nartlett nominated by both Republi cans and Democrats were elected to the court of appeals over Rtfbon R Lyon a tanner Bryan Democrat and John T McDonough a former Repub lican both of whom were nominated by the Independence League TJu election was unusually quiet Jfr tLr and the vote light There were a con Blderablb number of arrests fpr illegal voting Chairman Parsons of tho Republi creds andoplaced the responsibility on the finan clal situation and repeaters Leaders of the Independence League wing of the fusion unreservedly declared its defeat due to a fraud i In Kings county Brooklyn the Re publicans were generally successful though the Democrats elected District Attorney Clark Tho Republicans lost a few mem bers of the assembly probably six Republicans swept all the candi dates with One exception in office at BuffaloElmira returned to the Democratic column so far as the mayoralty was concerned Republicans elected a city and a county ticket in Albany In Upper New York tate Albany N Y Nov GThe Repub licans won In both Albany city and county against a fusion of the Demo crats and Independence League and the Citizens Union Mayor Charles H Gaus was elected over Edward A Durant for a fourth term and with him the entire Republican city ticket wins by a plurality of about 4000 Tho Republican county ticket la elected by a plurality of about 6000 For the first time in fourteen years the Ropub llcans elected a mayor hi Utica and for the first time in seventeen years tho Democrats carried Newburgh The Republicans were victorious In Ulster county and elected their candi date for mayor In Kingston In Roch ester the Republicans elected the may or but the Democrats carried the common council Despite the protests of tho united clergy the Democrats elect ed a brewer for mayor In Troy May or Ellis Mann was reelected by the Republican with a plurality of 350 The Independence League vote up state was light Returns show the vote for the Bartletts In Greater No York to be 869925 against 111403 for McDonough and Lyon the Indepen deuce League candidates for the court of appeals FOR THE FOURTH TIME Cleveland Puts the Stamp of Approval on Tom Johnson Cleveland Nov GMayor Tom L Johnson was reelected for the fourth time as mayor of Cleveland In a hard fought battle in which the Republican ticket was headed by Congressman I Burton chairman of the house com mittee on rivers and harbors John sons majority is about 5000 and tho I TOM L JOHNSON entire city Democratic ticket Is car rled by 3000 or more Tho Democrats elect a majority of the councilmen Congressman Burton made considera ble gains over the veto of two years ago when William II Boyd was the Republican candidate but the gain was not sufficient to overcome the strong Johr ton lead- Prac3lcally Settled GUnder an ar rangoment made between tho members of the political delegation hero from Oklahoma the question of the federal judgeships has been decided and Ralph Campbell of McAllister an1 John Cotterall of Guthrie will bo recommended to President Roosevelt for appointment to tho two judgeships This practically settles the question as to these positions AntiMormons Show Their Strength Salt Lake City Nov 6 Municipal candidates of the American antiMor mon party have the largest plurality ever given In this city Bransford for mayor has about 10000 plurality over Plummer Rep and Morris Dom whoso strength was very evenly div ided The Americans will control the council They have been In power for tho past4wo years By the Usual Majority Richmond Va Nov 6The elec tion In Virginia was only for candi dates to both houses of thelegislature Tho Democrats will control both houses by the usual majority In the Eighth congressional district 0 C Carlln of Alexandria Dem was elect ed to succeed Congressman JP Rlx ey by an overwhelming majority Jt VictorySaorameato The Lin colhRoosevelt Republican League won electingItsDeataerat1eInculnbeat I t I GOOD GOVERNMENT WINS The Roault ln9an franclsco a Further Rebuke to Graft San Francisco Note GTho oleo tion of Dr Edward R Taylor Demo I yrD- R10 R TAYLOR cratic and Goad Government League candidate for mayor and William H Langdon Democratic and Good Gov L WILLIAM H LANGDON emment League candidate for district attorney are Interpreted as a further rebuke of the Schmitz administration AT PHILADELPHIA A Ten Million Dollar Loan Proposi tion Was the Big Issue Philadelphia Nov GThe election q1letIycandidates by the usual large maJor- Ities There was more Interest taken In the fate of the 10000000 loan proposition than In the success of any candidate on the city or state ticket The city party the reform organiza ties which has fought tho Republican organization for several yoars went on record as against the loan and made a fight against the proposition Tho returns show that the loan which had the solid backing ef the Republi can leaders carried tho city by a majority considerably under that given the successful Republican can dldajtos John O A Sheatz the candidate for elate treasurer whose home Is In this city ran strong and his plurality is closo to 60000 In the city For the first time since 1904 there was no fusion against the Republican state ticket The Independent Repub lican element which voted for the Lin coln party at the last two elections voted for Sheata who has been In sympathy with this element Sheat has served three terms in the houa of representatives and voted against tho organization on several important measures advocated by its leaders Joel Cook Rep1 was elected to con gress from the Second Pennsylvania district to rll tho vacancy caused by the resignation of John E Reyburc who was elected mayor of Philadel phia last spring Light Vote In Pennsylvania Philadelphia November GJoh O Sheatz of Philadelphia Rep was elected state treasurer over John G Harman of Columbia county Dem by a large plurality This was tho state office voted for and a light vote wa8 polled In nearly every coun ty There wore large Republican gains for treasurer nil over the state as compared with the vote for this of Slice two years ago- Higgins r ReElected Providence R L Nov GJames H Hlgglns the Democratic candidate for reeloctlonjled his Republican opponent Lieutenant Governor Charles Jackson and was reefeoled by a plu rallty of about 1700 fhe next gen oral assembly will be strongly Republican insuring the re of Geo Peabody oi Newport to tho United States senate The Result In Columbus Columlsua ONoy66Charles An Ion fandt ter was elected mayor of I Columbua byaplurality ranging from 5000 te Mr Sand was opposed I by Judge Thomas A Duncan Dora w1w1owipledPdteenforca mid The Nebrll kalUda elh v Omsia Nell Net 1M IpIthe JteJttb can candidate leoted of tk r by a majority pi 12000 cotes I I C i J l rlf 1 t IN NEW JERSEYe t frank 8 Katzenbach Jr pffMtf Judge John F Fort Trenton N Jv Nov 6Fronk Katzenbach jr Dem has been elect td governor by a plurality of about FRANKS KATZENBACHw JR 15000 Mr Katzenbach not only made heavy gains in northern New Jersey but also cut down the normally large Republican majority in south r I IlIJUDGE JOHN FRANKLIN FORT Who Was Katzenbachs Opponent era New Jersey It Is too early forecast the complexion of the legisla Lure Thesenate will continue Repub lican Half of the assembly will probably bo Democratic WHITLOCK REELECTED Toledos Literary Mayor Returned b the People Toledo O Nov GDrand Whit lock was reelected mayor of Toledo by a plurality of about 5000 The fight was made on tho Issue of fran chise for street railway corporations along the lines as laid down by Tom Johnson mayor of Cleveland Opponents of Whitlock put up an argu ment of law and morality enforcement Whltlock is a disciple of Mayor Sam Jones of Golden Rule fame The President Votes d Washington Oct 6 President Roosevelt cast his ballot 84 at 955 oclock Tuesday morning at Oyster Bay thus registering his choice as to two associate Justices of the court of appeals a justice of the supreme court of thostato member of the as sembly county officers and several proposed amendments to the state copstltutlon For the to ex erciso thuh elective franchise necessi tated eighteen hours and 225 miles of railroad travel andttr minutes IP the voting booth Thptrip was with out incident and th president reach ed WashiugtoriatGi6 oclock Tues day night t Had Nothing fcTlay Wnshrlngton Nov GIrAfter return- Ing to Washington from Oyster Bay i where he went t6 vote President Roosevelt received election returns at the executive office SecretarylLoeb was with tho president but no announcement of any kind was issued from tho White House in comment on- the returns J Democrats Gain One Trenton 1t I Nov GThe New Jersey senate foi110Sw1lltand Ro publjcan 14 Democrats 7 a gain of ono for the Democrats o1sJaoksQnvnte op uesdaybrbe closed alooiisrDuquoin voted largltomp9tanctho vote Y Mansfields RepublJIcan Mayor tonBrownWF Voegelo rDem by over 400 In the Philippines theindependenceelected The vote wasvery heavy Findlay Elects a psmoer Pindlay O NOT 6 W fctiwas elected for mayor rtrOftjRep by 300 1 j T PURITY +tTALKS MARRIAGE toA 5f j Delegates Fail to Agree ont e Subject Anti One is Hissed j 1 Battle Creek Mich Nov 6 Mgreat question that has split the wn gross Is that of continence in mar tinge Today following a paper urg- Ing this practice discussion was refused on technical grounds though several delegates were anxioUs to qe bate the point That missionaries In foreign count tries should either remain single or practice strict continence was a nt urged by Miss Belle H Mix of b h ville Ia She cited Instances whero several missionaries under thirty were wedded to a third wife James Osborne of Albion was both hissed and cheered when he approved of riding out of town ona rail an eightyseven year old minister who had married a sixteen year old girl He urged a law requiring candidates for marriage to be approximately ofIfthe same age BEAVER DAM Nov Gnev Elgin filled his regular appointment hero Sunday night Born to Mr and Mrs George A s Barnes on the 3rd Inst a 9 pound boyBorn to Mr and Mrs J F Alter on the 30th ult a Miss Pearl Pate boyISunddY with her Miss Bessie Williams has returned PhILflipsMiss Lizzie Stevens of Rockport spent Sunday with her parents Mr A V Thompson and son ert of Louisville were In town berejday and Friday Mr and Mrs J K Adams Caneyvllle where Mr Adams Is fill A ing the place of the agent who Is sick Mrs Rhoads Is In Owensboro at the bedside of her mther who Is very sick Miss Alllo Hoover spent Sunday with her mother at Davidson StationI nicelyIon the new school building Mr Pyle has a largo force of men at work and they are pushing the work rapidly Mr Penicost of Corbin Ky has took the place of J L Thomson as manager of the Cumberland Telephone placeyMines was In town1l0nday- Martin Rone son of W A Rone fell from a telephone pole Tuesday hurting him very bad It is thought he will recover Miss Marie Austin and Miss Kittle Rhoads entertained with a Halloween party The guests were assembled at Miss Austins from 730 to 1030 and at Miss Rhodes from 1030 till 1200 Various games were enjoyed and a nice lunch was served at each place Those present were Mrs Z W Mitchell Misses Bessie Barnes May fir Edna Cremin Allie Hoover Pansy Stevens Sadie and May Thomp son of Providence Dena Wallace Ma MargaretBakerFaughender M D Maddox WC Mc Kenney O C Hocker Lee Stevens J1IrsIs visiting friends in townjMiss Lillian Bir entertained the girls and boys of her set with a Hal loween party Thursday night Mr Frank and Miss Annie Barnes entertained the girls and boys of their crowd with a Holloween party lnstcThursday nightiMrs James of Dan Station Is visit ing her sister 11rsS B Van Meter for a few weeks Mr Alpha Dexter died at his resi dence here Monday after a lingering illness of suveral weeks caused by falling from a tree and sustaining InIternal injuries He was hurled at Liberty Tuesday morning at 11 oclock Ho Is survived by a wIre and the fol lowing children Mrs Thomas Baker and Mrs F 0 Baker pf RenderMiss Audry Dexter and Mr Otho Dextor of this place Note From Little Fellow tspacelines I am a little boy nine years oldl go to school every day We have a good teacher I like to go to church and Sunday school Health is good here now and everybody has plen ty of work There are 6vo band saw donttoWith best wishes to editors Ropub A Mean 1ELIJAH TILFORD KytiTheCommittee of tho A S of E will meet at Hartford the IGthday 0t November 1907 at 10 tohav4beenwas not ipTesentr r n BURGH Chairman 0 Y- U J r r