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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t s1i r- y I1 ty r r it ud I artfrb ilqnbiuan jI 11Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year 1 7 VOLXXI HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY Itr FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29 1907 No 19 1UNUSUAL TORN IN POWERS CASES l twhole Harrison County Venir- Challenged and Excused j Three Republican Jurymen Dis missed on Charge of Prosecu ton That They Were Biased a Unusual in the extreme 9f not sen sational turns have taken place in the Caleb Powers case Fri the past few days Following his show of fairness to the accused Judge Morris Dent home without calling them for the purpose about 150 Harrison county man who had beep summoned from which to select Juriors because it was pretty r well established that the Sheriff summoned them had dlscrimmated against Republicans in favor of Demo crate This action was taken on motion of attorneys representing Powers This might be termed the first unusal t turn in one of Powers trials For it Js unusual for anything asked by Powers attorneys to be granted Corn ing closely after thus the court granted i permission of the defendant to send n representative along with the Sheriff who summoned the next venire of 300 men and directed that they be summoned I from Grant county which turns ed out to be one of the counties com posing Senator Goebels district The I Sheriff of Scott county was accom j l polned not alone bya representative sent along by Powers but Arthur Goe t bel also went along to see that the Democratic Sheriff was not overawed by the Powers representative and he too witnessed the drafting pf Grant county venire men I ed at Georgetown the Selection of the edStt Gorgetown the Selectlonof the Jury was resumed and it erelong daw j It ned upon the prosecuting attorneys that about one third of them were Re publicans This frightening them greatly and more they were forced by reason of having no way to get theta off to permanently accept five jurors three of whom wore Republicans Four other Republicans ip someway qualified who together with three Democrats completed the twelve Thl was last Saturday morning and it produce pandimonium among the pro secuting attorneys in the midst of hlmlselft adjourn until the following Monday fo the purpose of giving him time to file charges against four of the quail lied but not permanently accepted Republican Jurymen This he did when court convene Monday and Judge Mor ris called each of them separately for oral examination The first juror brought in was W S j Wayland affidavits of J W Conyers and J K Northcutt had been filed i in which they charged that Wayland I had cursed Gtfebel the day he was shot predicted his death and offered to bet the drinks he would be killed before night Asked by the court as to these rJstatement Mr Wayland entered an I emphatic denial He admitted how ever talkln with Conyers the day in question and of saying that the conI test between Goebel and Taylor for the Governorship would lead to a riot in Frankfort and Goebel would probably be shot As to betting the drinks he said that this was a wager to the ef fect that Goebel would not win the contest He also denied most emphat ically of telling Northcutt that If placed on tlrfe Jury he would clear the- N man who Killed Goebel He stated most emphatically that he never had any conversation with Northcutt on the subject John H Ferguson the second Juror i accused also stated to the court that lie had no recollection of making a statement to Orvie Gouge M S Gouge and John H Bishop after the first trial of Powers to the effect that he believed Jack Chinn shot Goebel and that Pwers shad nothing to do vyith it and if placed on the Jury to try him he Ferguson would clear him He denied in to the statements in these affidavitsGeorge P Martin entered a denial against allegations preferred against him Notwithstanding these strenlous de idols Judge Morris promptly dismissed three lof them and two others one an independant Democrat and one a Re publican both permanent jurors v drq r excused at their request one because lira business at home needed his ati tendon the other on account of sickness Tpiileft direst Republicans and four Democrats in the jury box i sirSc L p with the Commonwealth still having the right to excuse four without cause and the defendant the right to excuse eight Defendant retaliated by filing charges against Democratic Juryman F M Price claiming that he said in the Railel ey of R L Boswell at Dry Ridge that If Wiirson was elected Governor he would pardon Youtsey and Howard and that he believed Powers just as t guilty as they Price was brought into court and asked as to the statement and he denied it Judge Morris said since It I was one tans word against anothers I he would overrulfrthe motion and allow Price to remain on the Jury j LATER With the aceptance of two Jurors who said they had con sclennt lous scruples against the in fliction of the death penalty the Com monwealth practically abandoned the hope of inflicting on Caleb Powers the extreme penalty of the law Eight jurors have been accepted by both I sides and three more are in he box subject to peremptory challenge The defense has four challenges left and the Comonwealth three I BEAU WOULD oITAKE HER HOME And FourteenYearold Cas Smiley Attempted SuicideII The Owensboro Mesenger says Be cause an 18 year old boy refused to- go home with her from church Cassle Smiley the fourteenyearold daughter j of Mr and Mrs John Smiley of the Barnetts creek neighborhood attempt ed suicide by taking strychnine early Saturday morning at her home The girl vyill recover and she says that she is glad that she did not die On Friday night Miss Smiley Walt acompanied to church in the neigh i borhood by Ernest Patton anelght eenyearold boy While in the church I Miss Whlttakeralso a young woman whom Patton visited told him that if he took Miss Smiley home hoI would not bo allowed to call to see her again Young Pattonlntscad otI returning home with Miss Smiley ac companied Miss Whittaker to her home 1 Miss Smiley became despondent over the afalr and early Saturday morning she secured a small bottle of the poison and swallowed a part of the contents Shortly afterwards her conditions was discovered by her mother She called a physician in attendance who was able to revive- I the young woman Her condition was mucH improved at last reportand it is thought that she wll fully recover from the effects of the poison The members of al the families are prom Wont in that section Tries to Cash Goose at Padscah Bank Paducah Ky Nov 25 Cashiers checks as currency are comonplace beside the medium of exchange offered at tho Paducah Banking com pang by Boyd Schaffner of Ballard county Schaffner undertook to force Cash bigIhandsIhe did not take it instanter He ac companied his demand with a shower of Winchester rifle cartridges on tho paying slab acid then forced his goose through the brass gratings of the window towardMr HughesI Snake Frightened People inI Frankfort ljFrankfort Ky Nov 22A large snake rousted guestsclerks and bell boys in the office of a local hotel tonight after which it made its way into the bar ana performed A like feat with the Bartender Tho snake circled through the glassware on the sideboard and was using his tail with telling efect on highball and cock tall glasses when Grover Laud catch er for the Toledo base ball club of the American association appeared on the scene The minute the make caught sight I of the ball tosser he made a ijump tot him and wrapped himself around I4 ids right leg when the latter grabbed the snake around the throat and choked him Into submission rife snake had been left In a glass box In the office of the hotel by a farmer aria when he became warmed put from the heat of the stove he broke out Of the place of confinement The snaket was about as lalgcaround as an azehafadle and twice as1 long E f f MLSONIP aTiCKE 7 nom Official Court Gives Him Ma jority of 18053 t Judge Hager the Worst Beaten IDemocrat That Ever Made I The Race I With full official returns in from every county in the State themajor ity received by Aguslus E Wlllsor for Governor of Kentucky at the re cent election was 18053 over Judge Hager The returns show that Mr Wlllson led his ticket about 7000 and Judge Hager received afiout 3000 votes more than the balance of the ticket Judge Hager too was defeated by the largest majority of any of the Democratic candidates John K Hen drlck losing for Attorney General by the minimum majority against him i Judge Breathitts majority only reach ing 12207 votes The returns from Simpson Kenton and Hopkins counties which have de layed the official canvass of the re turns so far by the State Board of Election Commissioners were received last Saturday by Secretary of State McChesney and the tabulation of tb returns completed and gotten ready for the meeting of the board on Monday when the certificates of election were awarded The official vote cast as shown by the completed tabulation Saturday is as follows FOR GOVERNOR Willson Rep 214481 Hager Dem W 190428 Wlllsons majority 18053 VOTE IN 1903 For sake of comparison the voto in the gubernatorial contest in the State in 1003 Is given Beckham Dem Belknap Rep 202764 Tho vote for the minor candidates- as shown Ijy the returns was LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Cox Rep 208428 Trimble Dem 193407 Coxs majority 15021 ATTORNEY GENERAL Breathitt Rep20686Hen- drick Dem19465 I Breathitts 122091AUDITOR James Rep Bosworth Dem 193839 James majority 13081 TREASURER Farley Rep 200811 Laffoon Dem 19354 Farleys majority 13271 SECRETARY OF STATE Bruner Rep 206660 Vreeland Dem 193 22 Bruners majority 13432 In the other races the vole of the Democratic candidates and the Republicans ran practically the same as above the majorities being as follows Superintendent of Public Instruc tion Crabbs majority over Winfrey 13690 Agricultural Commissioner Ran kin sVmajority over Newman 13022 Clerk Court of AppealsAdams ma jority over Chenault1279- 8Prominent Citizen Suicides Mr HenryDuke a well known and highly respected farmer of the Goshen neighborhood omitted suicide a early hour last Friday morning by drinking carbolic acid and afterward hanging himself Mr Duke was quite old and it is thought his mind had been affected for some time beforef the commission of his suicidal acts He had been in 11 health for some time and general despondency evidently led to the deed The deceased leaves a wife and several children and a host of friends The fpllowing personal account of Mr Duke was prepared by Rev G J Bean who has known the deceased since boyhood Henry Stevens Duke son of Thomas and Annie Duke was born June 2 1830 His father was a Very proms nent man in the Methodist church and Henry was a Methodist in belief but had never united with the church Hp was very moral inibis habits and was never known to use profane language Was always willing to help ha neighbors and frequently quit his own work torhelp his friends in ned HJwas a farmer most of his I 1- L life and lived with that ease that is Justly due the farmer He was unit ed In marriage to Miss Harriet Gar ier Williams Feb 1 1S73 To this Onee Duke Mercer her husband two chit dren and mother still survive him Henry Duke known always to his Meads as Gov was never known utter a harsh word under the most trying circumstances His life was thatai by their lives We commend his spirit to the Great Maker who just men and have no doubt that HlnI ry will sit with his Master on the throne JOE MADDOX JUMP ED INTO A WELL And Was Barely Rescued in j Time to Save His Life tBad Health Cause Mr Joe Maddox Jr a young farmI er living in the West Providence neighborhood near Rockport attempted suicide lifts last Flldaj evening by jumping in a well on I premises He was seen by some of his relatives just as he was attempt lug the rush act and they ran to thee rescue lie was in the water when they reached the well and one of tho men was lowered with a rope Into ttho well By hard work they managed t get the young man outbut he was UIIi conscious and it took much effort to bring him to life again The water wna finally elected from his lungs and he was Enough arouml all right t Mr iwifidox went through u hard spoil of typhoid fever nut long ago lull subsequently 111 health was the I main cause of his attempt at self I destructlon It was noticed that lie brooded over his condition and his mind was not altogether right 4lie was watched and this close watch i Irg was the only thing that saved his Ufa As It was he escaped only by1 a hairs IreadtC Young Maddox was tried under aI lunacy Inquest Saturday was adjudgj ed of unsound mind and taken to the asylum at Ilopklnsvlllo last Monday 7Lieutenant Earl BennettI theSii oIls S E Duke Lieutenant Bennett has made an enviable record In the 0army Ho has been continuously In the service since 1S90 and has reedy ed tho folowlng promotions from pri vate Wagoner Co Cook Trumpeter Corporal Sergeant 1st SergeantRegl mental Quarter Master Sergeant Ma 0jor 2nd Lieutenant and 1st Lieuten ant which rank he now holds Ho also had charge of the post schoolfor a term at Ft Thomas Bennett serv ed with distinction in Cuba and was i 8in the various battles around Santia go While carrying Lleutneant Hob ertson from the firing line badly wounded another ball penetrated the wounded man while In Bennetts but ho escaped without Injury armsI He served from 1899 to 1901 Philippines and took part with his I company in numerous engagements i with the rebels against the American i government For two years Lieuten ant Bennett has been on detail duty and in charge of the recruiting sta tion at New Orleans where according to New Orleans papers he became very popular with all classes of citi zens He is now on two months vaca tion at the end of which ho expects tot bo sent with his regiment to Alaska for twoyears Chjld Burned to Death While playing near a fire a short distance from her home Ora the six yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Anderson of tho Pleasant Ridge neighborhood received burns at 830 oclock Tuesday morning from which she died seven hours later The child was playing around afire a short distance fromw here soy anal men we c building a barn She got too close to the fire and her drew was ignited Her dres was completely burned off and her body badly blistered Dr Shultz of Pleasant Ridge was called in attendance butt was unable to save the childs life on acount of the nature of the burns Valuable firm For Sale 100 acre farm near Reynolds Sta ItJon Ohio county Will sell cheap for cash or exchange far young stock Call on or address C Y Keown Hartford K7 18Hi SUES TO RECOVER MON EY BET ON ELECTION B F Saunders Erstwhile Demo cratic Campaign Speaker Applies to Court A rather unique suit has been filed in the Ohio Quarterly Court by B F Saunders who it will be remembered at his own request made numerous durlingthe purpose of recovering money lost in a bet on the result of the recent election and the stakeholder instead of the party who won his money Is made defendant After setting out how an election was held at which S W Hager and Au gustus E Wlllson were contending candidates for the Dike of Governorthe petition concludes as followsIHe states that on November 1907 and proceeding said election day this plaintiff and I made a bet or wager on the said gubernatorial election PlaintiffIsays that he bet put up in the hands of the as thatjI aforesaid defendant as slakeholderthe sum of 25 He says that it was agreed at the time of making the stld theIaa stakeholderwas so Instructed that I beoelected governor the amount of the said sums of money towit 7500 so placed in the hands of the said defendant should be turned over or paid to this plaintiff and that If Au gustus E Wlllson should be elected governor the said 7500 should be pall or turned over to the said Pleading further plaintiff says that on the day of November 1907 and at numerous times thereafterwhile tiIto aforesaid sum of 50 remained in hands of the sajd defendant as stakeholder he went to him and in structcd him not to turn over the said thenIsaid defendant to return same to this plaintiff which tho defendant wrong fully and unlawfully failed and re- fusedI and still refuses to do Plaintif says that by reason of the said defendants failure and refusal as aforesaid to return the plaintiffs said 50 to him upon demand he Is entitled to and should recover same oO the defendant Irhe complaint closes whh a prayer recovery of 50 Y L Moseley appears as attorney for the plaintiff Saunders The result of this suit which Is bran new In Ohio county will watched with much interest beI Street Car Strike Declared Th strike of the Louisville railway men which hall lasted twelvedasIwas declared off last by a unanimous vote of those of the companys former employes who metI at Becks Hall following a call for j Executive Committee of tho union It ItICommittee of the union and leader of the strikers declared that they had lost undeniably This action was take after the leaders of the union realized that any further efforts on their part would be futile and following the 1 led by members of the union Monday night the confessions of some and tho arrest of a large numberwlth the sum mary action of Judge McGee in hold Ing those arrested under a bond of 5000 each These events following so closely upon each other did not leave the result in doubt and all yesterday before the union members took any formal action there was a scramble of tho old men to get back their Jobs FOR THE BUSY READER John Shotwell who violated his parole and who was captured in Ten nessee after klllng three of his would be captors was returned tot he Frank fort penitentiary Shotwell was wound ed four times and wll probably die Four men were arrested at ClarksvlleTenn on charges grow- Ing out of the recent nightriding In that section Two of whom were charg ed with destroyingg tobacco beds one with arson and the fourth with con spiracy Dating sobers held up tho officers of the bank at Clinton Ill locked them lJi the vault and stole allot the f cr cash on tho counters They then not fled the telephone exchange of the plight of the bank officers and left The Imprisoned men were almost suf focated when rescued Clark county tobaco growers sign ed a pledge not to grow any crop in 1908 and many of the nonassociation growers said they would cooperate with them Work on the new sam pling warehouse at Winchester is be ing rushed and thousands of samples have already been graded 55 Full details of the work done on the Panama canal during the fiscal year 1907 with a showing of what has been accomplished since the project has been in American hands are disclos ed In the annual report of the Isnilan Canal Commission Aside from the 50000000 paid to the French company and to Panama an aggregate of 48 285110 has been expended on the pro ject adopted by Congress and which it is estimated by the Board of Con sulting Engineers should ultimately cost DANK AhmS UPHELD DY COURT Appellate Bench Declares Law is not Unjust and Should Be Enforced Characterizing the suits brought bra number of the national banks of the State to nullify the act of the Legislature of 1900 assessing their shares of stock for taxation andmaklng no deduction for the amount of their capital Invested in United States securi ties as an attempt to escape their just part of the burdens of taxation which would not be sanctioned the Court of Appeals last Friday in an opinion by Judge Carroll upheld the constitution nIfty and legality of tholOOG Lank tax Ing act This act it is asserted by the court was for the purpose of curing dofecst in former legislation of the klhdaiid to place all of the banks and trust companies of the State upon ah equal aSilessmontsI was by na Lexing ton The banks sought to have ox empted from taxation surplus and un divided profits invested in Government bonds But this the court says they cannot do It Is practically certain that the case wll be carried to the United States Supreme Court Prominent Citizen Dead Mr James Mlles died at his home near Hopewell last Saturday of diseases Incident to old age He was a consistent Christian and had been a member of the Methodist church for many years In early manhood he came from England to Canada as a British soldier Obtaining his freedom from the service by purchaHlng his lime from the government he came to the United States and eventually to Kentucky and Ohio county lie was the father of Esquire John 11 Miles of the Rockport District and at the time of death was 89 years old His re mains were Interred In hope vohl com dry last last Sunday In tho prosonco of a large gathering of sorrowing friends GIrls Club Meets The Arrant Wanna Club held one of Its most enjoyable meetings with Miss Zella May Nalle last Tuesday evening The house was tastefully decorated with autumn leaves The tallycards were In the shape of leaves antI were exquisitely handpainted In different hues After playing several games of flinch dainty refreshments were served The guests of honor were Misses Stella and Sophia Woer ner Ruby Davis and Mrs Leslie Coop er The members present were Mrs Wallace Riley and Misses Kate Thom as Lillie Burton Annie Patton Effie Render Leone Maddox Elba Bean Nora Bennett Debbie Taylor HeW Riley Pearle Thomas Florence Jones Mary Keown and Lizzie Miller Shot Companion Instead ot Rabbit Cloverport Ky Nov 23Ber nard Weatherholt was acldentally shot yesterday afternoon by Pat Hln ton while they were hunting on the Fisher farm Weatherholt was lying on the ground looking in a hole for a rabbit and as it came out Hln ton fired his gun and the shot missed the rablt and went through Weather holts head killing him instantly Weatherholt was twentyone years of ago and the son of John Weather peatlt1et w a p ti fx e S x 4- j T 1 I I Ir I j tt7T e I RINO DUMP k President Ii L Davenport Makes a Plain Statement An Appeal That Should Be Read by Every Dumper k t Mr Editor This letter is address ed to the farmers and tobacco growers on the outside of the organization To the man who sold his tobacco for 44t and 1 in 1903 under trust domination and sold for 8 cents straight in 1907 under farmers organization I ask ypu my brother as a Christian as one who tries to live up to that sacred admonition am I my brothers keep er Do you think you have treated Iyourneighbor and brother rght in tak rr tug the first market at 8 cents straight while your brohters tobacco was still 4 lieltjf in pool yet unsold t Lc un go back and review Just a liuitt In 19023 the trust agents and busttluiu and had all chances to trout time fnnnor fairly and what was tl result Poverty and rags Take ou tobacco ono year to the trust agen conut our money and find it so nearly nothing that wo would commit u F breucn of rise peace by cursing every tobacco buyer In the country him pay our fume and go home and tell our wtvtd 10 take our tobacco to the loose flour NVxi year oil 10 Hopkiimvlle wo IN ttiiuig pretty good and dead sure lIt dung better tiiim wo did the yjur L tiu our tobacco was put up aud soil quicker than you could say JAck Robinson when Suffering MOM did not bring enough to pay for a poor niggers supper It ift rue fcystum of selling tobacco we are talking abuts and tae benefits that come to the farms s through these sy omn The pre r t tile pudding Is in too e ng i d times where tobacco Lwb icon ii under tho dl rection oi iii iifK iirSuiiuii we have gotten tWiie UK iituui fur our tobacco under our system as ue did under the systemAnd it is mUlllfII ly unfair for them to claim credit fur the prices they are paying now We realize the motives of tho buyers in offering 8 to 10 cents straight for this jvars in Liv o 10 to Induce or attempt the grower uuyond endurance so ho will IIleakc rod and sell aunt thus destroy vl c OVUM at Ion The last thing I want tn clj IB 10 fall In tho hands f 1hoI Devil and next to the last thing I want to do is to fall into he hands ZLd n tit mercy of time Trust On r mly When I think about frHilltInto the lauds of these com munal pintle again and go through tL rible times we did go through lam lit on Trnal crackers and pot lick WI w ti nothing left but our immor tal smla I feel like spying to cuinniit tf go ahead and lOllS you durn jriiro Ill not say another word AH I find inyself digressing from the jiiiijcoi I wl try to conic backc anti urdictti myMlf to tin farmors on the outside I will try to drop a row thought for y ur serious and earnest coiuidumtloii 1 Tt tueiiil r KI niiui can bo just nd take a Iloiii from the efforts of ftuiiU ouiur 111111 a Dont shout about the Fatherhood ol kid uiilK you know by your acts teat you bihavw In time brotherhood of mallIor my tfcen ail men are my brothers then I un t i iirhSH Itch If I take u pro ff vt my brothers efforts I auk I tn f you wi unvi dumped your toi f o me you am guilty K L DAVENPORT Indian Summerfere ia hooting better for stomach 1Ill tea than Koilll which contain the t muutts found in u healthy stomac i L Jol Is offered on a guaranteed plnnt I riliof of heart burns flatulenc I t IHIUI iitiiinacli botching of gas nausea 4lcnil stomach troubles So at times vviirii you dont fool Just right when t you It re drowsy after meals and your liu tl i ehoH or when you Imvd no itmtiii iii and you are cross and Irrlta digestsIt vi et you eat It will make you l bijalthy Sold by nIl druggists ins 0 t Story oj Two Boys t A inf went into u shop to work for a llolla Hu WILt a lad of considerable i ijjiiiijeiico anti knew it himself Ito ic t Jio had largo Ideas of his p rBfii my andhad thought a great + 11 vui1 what woro his rights Hu j kiuv exactly what he wits entitled x io Ml letwecn tin two Jhoro was a d n uiinlto division Ho observed tits lino very closely and did not i rMif for a single Instant If 11- ragcd on u piece of work and quitting time sumo ho quit right then even rIfho could have finished it In three minutes In doing so ho never thought for a moment of having 4 tbll a to Dill Jones full 20 minutest t T nffrrnnn about a ball liaise mat came oil the day before t I He was simply looking to his rights and no one elses This was his way Of course he didnt stay long There was no particular quarrel He Just petered out He hadnt apprehension enough of his duties or a sufficient regard for his service to put hUn in sympathy with his work He was a misfit He did as little as he could for his employer He stood for his rights and more too That was some years ago Now ho U driving a team up in Cleve nand for 150 a day When he left the shop another boy went In He knew his right but he didnt insist on them as much as h might for he believed in doing things If time was up and he could finish a thing with a few minutes overwork ho did It overytime He made him self worth something Pretty son that employer saw he couldnt get along without him He kept advan cing his wages and took him into partnership and now the business Is a great one the boy has a grandI home a big salary and lovely family all because he was a boy of get up of gumption and thought more o his duties than he did of his rights o Ohio State Journa- lBROUGHT IT IN BUT TOOK IT BACK Deliverr ed No Reason Giv en Why Ho drove right In and turned around and drove right out again with a load of tobacco He was Ham Pope a prosperous farmer living few miles cast of the city The to bacco it Is understood had been sold to tho Imperial Tobacco company and was taken to the factory of that company for delivery but for some reason was not delivered This how over Is morn or less a matter of conjecture All that Is certainly known is that Mr Pope brought a load of tobacco to Owensboro and took It back home E II Clarke local manager for the Imperial was called up on tho telephone Friday for the purpose of asking him for an explanation of why tho tobacco was not received He declined however to allow tho question to be asked I suppose I know what you are about to refer to he said I know nothing about the matter in I was cut of twon all day and have no statement to make concern ing it Air Popo was also called up the telephone and asked why the tobacco was taken back home lave you asked the Imperial peo lo about n ho inquired Ho was told that Mr Clarke had been seen Would he tell you anything was Mr Popes next ques lion llu was told that Mr Clarke would not toll anything after which ho announced I wont either Mr Popo did state however that tins tobacco was brought to Owens buro but was not received by tho fitc ory and was taken back home boinotlmo ago the tobacco men of Owensboro requested tho farmers not 10 deliver their tobacco before Do- omber C Oweusboro Messenger nODont Pay Alimony- To he divorced from your appendix There will be no occasion for It If you keeq your bowels regulated with Dr Kings New Life Pills Their action is so gentle that the appendix ry never has cause to make the least complaint Guaranteed by all drug gists 2Cc Try them m Radium Solves Many Problems Dr Robert Abby is authority for tho statement that radium has solved many problems connected with tho treatment of cancerous growths and other lesions Ills possible to say positively he says that cancer at n certain stage case be cured by radium Thick animallike covered with mouselike hair can be reduced by radium to a normal condition But Just how these cures are effected is a matter of conjee I 118 YEARS OF- NATIONAL CONGRESS i Interesting Figures Snowing Some of the Things That Have Occurred Since the first Congress met inl7S9 118 years ago there have been 134 sessions of the national body of lawma kers There have been 119 regular an fifteen extra sessions thirtynine dU- e ferent Speakers and Speakers pro tem- pore and twentyfive clerks The longest regular sitting was the first ses sion of the Fiftieth Congress which met December 5 1887 and adjourne- n October 20 1888 a period of 321 day Other long sessions were the first of the Fiftyfirst Congress 304 days and the first of the Thirtyfirst 302 days The second regular session of eac Congres are laways ahortboth houses assembling according to law on the first Monday in December and adjourn flog by limitation on the 4th of the lowing March These sessions taste from ninety to ninetyfive days Asld from these the shortest ever held was the first session of the Thirteenth Congress which covered 134 daysand came immediately alter an extra session Other notable short sessions were dur- Ing the Fifteenth Congress 141 days the Fiftyeighth 144 days the Four teenth 148 days the Eleventh 156 da and the Fiftyfifth 184 days Extra sessions are as old as Congress Itself the first having been culled together January 5 1790 a little over three months after the first session ever held came to a close Next came Congreslnthen others during the Eleventh and Thirteenth after which there was a lapse of twentyfour years before it was deemed necessary to meet more than twice In two years The extra session came with the Thirty fourth Congress nearly fifteen year laterOthers were during the Thirtyseven Fortieth Fortyfirst Fortyfifth Forty eighth Congresses The longest extra session was loran the First Congress and continued 221 days The next was apart of she Fiftyfifth Congress and lasted lag days The shortest was of ten days uration during the life of the Thirtyfourth Congress Altogether Congress has since its zeglnning been extra session 1085 days or about three years Only seventeen States have furnished Speakers of time House of Repre sentativcs Pennsylvania leads with five Massachusetts Virginia and Ken tucky coming next with four each Other States have been represented as follows New York three Indiana three Tennessee two Nov Jersey two Georgia two Maine two South Carolina two and ConnicMcut Maryland North Caroline Ohio Iowa and Illinois have each a man to the Speakers chair Jas G Blaine of Malnewas Speaker for eight sessions longer than any other until ever presided over tho de liberations of the House Schuyler Colfax and Samuel J Randall each occupied the Speakers chair for seven sessions John Bell of Tennessee was Speaker for ninetythree days having been elected to rill the unex pired term of Andrew Stevenson of a Virginia Mr Bells term is time short est on record Only two Speakers resigned lien Clay and Andrew Stevenson Mr Clay sent in his resignation by mallI was succeeded by John W Taylor of Now York Mr Stevenson resigned June 2 1831 surd was succeeded by John Bell Brooklyn Eagle o- wO4STOE1lure thethe Kind You Hare Always BflojM Jgnatnn ofAKeeping Yeurself Vice Looking Before you read this article I want you to look into the glass and tell me what you see You have all heard of wireless telegraphy so you can Just send your message to me though 00000000000000000000000000g tOt Grippe or Influenza whichever you like II11 to call it is one of the most weakening 0diseases known 0 ScottJ Emulsion which is Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites in easily die Bested form is the greatest strength builder lieknown to medical science OICInfluenza Invaluable for Coughs and Colds ALL DRUQQISTSl 6Oo AND tloo O OV OOO OOOOOOOot r the air and I shall catch It Some girls and boys when at home and not expecting to see anyone but the homefolks do not take as much care of their hands t face neck clothing and general appearance an they do when they are expecting outsiders to see them Now I won der If you belong to that class 1 hardly think you do but if you know anyone who does Just notice the dif fercnce In attractiveness between him or her and those who keepthemselves neatMany people think the children who live on the farm are the best an dearest there are and as my littl 1boys were little farm children I acre with them So you must not thin because you have to do the hard dirty work on the farm that you need dayss work in done and comb your hair beforeyou sit down at the table Before you go handhI a little In warm m and rub some nicelyrendered tallow on them Just a little ant you most rub it well Into the willdyou keep it up your hands will be nice Everybody should encourage the boys and girls to keep themselves nice and tidy Bye and bye I am going to tell you some ways to keep yourselves nice looking and I know you will all try them no matter if the older ones do try to laugh you out of It A nice clean boy or girl Is the sweetest thing In tie worldUNLESS THEY BUY 1906 CROP OF TOBACCO Burley Growers Will Ask Legis TobaccoReports have been received in LouU vllle from Cincinnati where informal meetings of the burley tobacco grower societies have been held for several days that an ultimatum is about to be given the American Tobacco Company that it must either buy the 1906 holdings of the Burley Society or pre pare to be driven out of the State by a law which the growers say they will submit to time Leglslaturedeclaring company a combination in restraint of trade says tho Louisville Herald This Is the final and strongest weapon which the growers can use and is intended It Is declared to bring the company to terms Not only has the trust refused thus far to purchase the 1906 crop at prices named by the grow ers but it is preparing it is said to substitute dark tobacco to a large ex ten for the light burley and to expert ment with tobacco grown In other regions in ltd effort to keep from having- to pay the prices demanded by the growers Wonderful Eczema Cure Our little boy had eczema for five years writes X A Adams Henrietta Pa Two of our home doctors said the case was hopeless hW lungs being affected We then employed other doc torsbut no benefit resulted By chance we read about Electric Bitters bought bottle and soon noticed Improvement We continued thismedicine until several bottles were used when our boy was completely cured Best of all blood medicines and body building health tonics Guaranteed at all druggists 50c m 4Largest Dock in the World The new dock of the Plttsburg Coal Companyat Duluth will be the largest in the World Its estimated cost Is 1 000000 The plans for the new dock were drawn last year but tho contract was not let on account of time condition of tho coal market Tho steel for tho dock will ho made in Plttsburg at the mills of the United States Sto l1 Corporation and the dock will be situated next to the dock ot that corporation at Duluthwhlch now holds tho worlds record for size and capacity DeWitts Carbollzed Witch Hazel Salvo penetrates the pores throughly cleanses and Is healing and soothing Good for pips Sold by all druggists Good for piles Sold by all drug gists m Brushes of Glass According to LElectrlcen a Vienna firm has recently placed on tho market brushes made of glass which are to replace emery cloth for cleaning mind pollshlngjhe commutators of dynamos and motors These brushes are said to clean tho commutators without scar ing the metal and their use avoids tht inconveniences cloth and dangers of emery OAJBVOXIX4LB- MTI tie fTb0 IW Yw Htee Alta Bought Ifpatan of Duties of guests No dinner or luncheon invitation sen to both a man and his wife should be accepted by ono and refused by the otherIIf both can not go both must stay away At any meal Itlsthll part of good iY A I l ij 1 JJ r +++++++ f + i+ + THE KENTUCKY w ffLight and Power Co INCORPORATED WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE BT COST v aELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE OLEANikHEALTHY AND SAFE OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULDr BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN REACH I i Mallagertro + oJ + +f 01 1 Ohio County Supply Co 1 fi Xr1corporCttcc1 fi fi Hartford b 41Ii Hardware Machinery and all Kinds i 11 4of Farming Implements 4lWe carry a complete line of Buggies and Surreys When you bit buy a Buggy you do not want to make a mistake in material and bt 44 workmanship We handle only the best makes and can therefore T Ifi recommend all our vehicles Can make prices to suit all customers f t- fi Agent for the famous Oliver Chilled Plows Blount True Blue fa 41 and Moline with all repairs for same b I 4l A full line of fence wire Steel and Felt Roofing Myers Deep fc i kindsi6 itfibitfibitfifi Incorporated iMANUFACTURES TIlE FAMOUS p EGYPTIAN CEMENT VAULTS And puts them in the grave The only absolutely fperfect vault made It is watertight airtight ver 4 min and wormproof The greatest invention of the 1t 1 age If you desire to lay away the dead in the most satisfactory manner you will certainly demand ono jf of these vaults Manufactured right here in Hart or dIBLACK BIRKHEAD Mgrs MMMfMIMM S7t12M t1 form to accept some of each course and pretend to eat the food even though one does not want It To re fuse and sit by with empty pluto is most uncomfortable for the hostess Arrive for a meal at the moment specified In the invitation and never earlier than live minutes before tho dinner is served To be late is un pardonable although the distances to be traversed In largo cities and the unexpected delays guests inity experience have made hostesses more lenient on this point If one is staying In the house tho whole art of being a successful guest is to coulorm In all ways to the re gularroutlne or th snapped out Ono should be prompt at meals should take great caro not to interfere with the servants the way of doing things or the hostess private affairs To bo tactful thoughtful and bright Is Imperative fPrivacy at times for both time strung er and the housekeeper is necessary and no thoughtful guest expects to be tmtrrtnln a ignm 11 Sig maIm j herself la niqat exhausting person If she c 1 ft i s IIIIt v 1 I ft 1 J ro does and is not likely to be ns5r d again Tho hostess needs quiet it times to look after the nousehold iffairs and the guest should then idably to amuse herself resting readii 5 + or writing notes refcpuNltoher by the friend and when a d I wjyherselfcase LEstray Notice ATaken up as astray on Octobe r 41907 by CNW Leisure living ttr Q 1 miles south of Itorine Ky near Jtl Pleasant church oneblnck mare mud 11111lefthurt white spots on each side of bisupposed to be saddle marks some white hairs on right shoulder collar marks on weathers rough shod all I tinder I for Ohio county Kentucky Chh Oc tabor 29 19Q7 t W P M1LLEUJ PO CY l I i l w w xl t J tyt- r WILL RAISE NO TOBACCO IN 1908- p So Decides Executive Board 1 Green River District f I Unless All 1905 and 65 Per Cent 1906 Crops Sole By iFeb 11908 v the Green River District Tobacc- association adjourned this afternoon at 130 oclock after the+ most excit J iling session ever held in tho histo of tho association Says last Thur- days Owensborb Inquirer The two great points of contro0 versey were over the selling of the 1907 crop of Tobacco before the 1905 and 1906 crops are sold and the re solution agreeing to cut out the 190 S crop entirely The first resolution would require a change of the bylaws and tho con Btltutlon of the district association and this proposition was finally ed by the decision of Vice President N Robertson who was in the chair f 1atho absence of President John Cullen when he decided that it was a special meeting called for particular purposes and that under the call he would rule all out of order tho pro position to change the constitution o the bylaws The association did not complete Its businness on Wednesday and it was decided to adjourn until Thursday morning Instead of holding a night session Tho meeting was called to order at 10 a m and remained i continuous session until 130 p m when the resolutions I were finally a if adopted one of which declares In favca of the cutting out of the 190S crop of tobacco on certain conditions The interest In discussion over this matter was so intense that there was no re cess taken for dinner A motion was put and carried by the body that no recess be taken until the question was decided Adjournment followed soon after tho resolutions were adopt 3edSeveral of the most influential of I the local speakers discussed this mat ter but thee strongest and longest speech was by President E L Daven port of the National Tobacco Grow er association W Dunn of this county opposed action at this timu and made a motion to have the mat ter deferred until theJanuary meeting but ho finally withdrew his motion and the resolutions were then adopted unanimouslyIOne resolution endorsed the new na tional organ of the A S of E which will be under the control of President C M Barnett and recommended to tho members that they discontinue their subscriptions to UptoDate Farming which is under the control of J At Everltt former president of the A S of E Tho new paper Is to be pub lished at Chicago and it is to bo call ed the Equity Farm Journal flYourspectfully reports as followstResolved First we endorse tho ac tion of the national convention of A S of E in its session of 1907 in the election of officers and pledge our support to their administration and rec commend that all the members of the Green River district subscribo for then official Equity Farm Journal fanndalUptoDatoii tSecond Whereas We as Equity peo Itin having equal rights with all other business men we recommend that our committee ho instructed to complete arrangements for lers and have pooling houses apened lers and have pooling houses opened to handle the 1907 tobacco at as ealry as practicable and recommend l Jthat all parties who havo pledged all their tobacco to the district committeeS tlbe requested to stand up to the principles of tho order and pool their to bacco with the handlers recommended a aby the committee Third Inasmuch as the national- board the of directors of the A S of of Tobacco Growers recommend urge and insist that all organized districts er of this cut out the 1908 cron of tobaccopcBe It resolved that we endorse them Action of the board provided the 1905 crop and 65 per cent of the 1906 crop Is not sold on or before the first day of February 1908 and we call i all associations of the tobacco growaJ of era to take a like stand upon thfc proposition and respectfully ask all not members of diourus In this action H G SMITH j E B MEUEN J L MILLER f WMJARBOE A L AXTON T S COKE 1 L Chinese Sarcasm you Once In a While you meet a common l j Chlnahan who has some of the wit pf Mr Wu x Ono such has a laundry In will Lexingtonavenue not far from Twen d I heardtythlrd him yell at arecalcitrantcostomerYII M j 1 r 1t 4 The Badge of Honesty Is on every wrapper of Doctor Pierce Golden JModlcnl Discovery because a full list of tho Ingredients composing It la printed thero In plain English Forty years otoxpetfencoiasprbvenltssuporla- worth r as a blood purifier and invigorat ing tonic for tho euro of stomach disorders and all liver Ills It builds up tho run down system as no other tonic can in which alcohol is used Tho active medic inal principles of nativo roots such Golden Seal and Queens root Stono an Mandrake root Bloodroot and Black proservtrefined glycerine Send to Dr R V Plerco at Buffalo N Y for free booklet which extracts from wellrecognized medical authorltl such as Drs Barthnlow King Scuddot Coe El lngwood and of otheps showing that these root curatlvooaccompanied Indigestion or dyspepsia I as Jl bilious or liver complaints and In smvastlng diseases where thero downshe Golden Medical Dlscovfrv rlc r blian so lnvi orates II ran tIll to s mar 1 l P v at Thus all skin affections blotches pimples awerings aro cured and healed In treating old running sores or ulcers it Is well to in sure their hoallng to apply to them Plorcos AllHealing Salve If your drug gist dont happen to havo this Salve I stock send fiftyfour cents in postage h3otoLlargo box of tho AllHealing Salvo roach by return post You can t afford to accept a secret nos nonacohollcmedicineeven though the urgent dealer may thereby o a little Dr Plercos Pleasant Pullets regulate and Invigorate stomach liver and bOwels- r Sugarcoatod tiny granules easy to take as candy pay Then paper tiger I ask ed what he meant by a paper tiger and he replied Oh in China a pa- per tiger Is blackguard who blow much but is harmless Her added Who man is very proud of himself Americans call stuck up we compar- to a rat falling into a scale and weigh ing itself When a Chairman oved does a thing we say he is a hunch backmaking a bow The rich son wh quickly spends his fathers money we tail a rocket which goes off at once We say of you rich Americans who seni money to heatherns by missionaries neglect their family at home They hang their loafers on a pole which 1 seen from afar but gives no light b- elowNew York Press BUT A FEW- HEHEKNO THIS HomeMade Treatment Cures Rheumatism Lots of Men and Women Here Had Simple HomeMade Mixture Prepared Says Druggist When tho eminent authority an- ounced In tho Scranton Pa Times hat he hud found a new way to treat that dread American dlseaseRhouma tism with just common everyday drugs found In any drug store the physicians Vcro slow Indeed to attach much Importance to his claims This was only a few months ago Today every newspaper in the country even tho metropolitan mules Is announcing it and the splendid results It in so simple that anyone prepare it at home at small cost is made up as follows Get from any good prescription pharmacy Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Kuragon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Mix by shaping in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and at bedtme These are simple ingredients making an ab harmless home remedy at lit costRheumatism as every one knowsis symptom of deranged kidneys It is condition produced by the failure of kidneys to properly filter or strain from the blood the uric acid and other matter which if not eradlcatedelth in the urine or through the skin pores remains in the blood decom and forms about the joints and causing the untold suffering and deformity of rheumatismIThis prescription is said to bq a splendid healing cleansing and Invigorating tonic to the kidneys and gives Immediate relief in all forms bladder and urinary troubles andj back ache He also warns people In a leading New York paper against the- scriminate use of many patent medi 1 Wan Street Takes HeartIHaving heard from the United Stato Wall street cheered up a whole lot yesterday Plttsburg Gazette When the baby Is cross and has worried and worn out you will find that a little Cascasweet the will known remedy for babies and children quiet the little one in a shortt time The ingredients aro printed plainly on the bottle Contains no opiates Sold by all druggistsm i E J SHOULD POOL DIfFERENCES I Friendly Advice of an Out GrowersaPooling and Selling Should Be Made So as to Prevent Competition II am not a member of any farmers organization and perhaps some will say that 1 ought not to say anything about them Well just take my sug gestions for what they aro worth o if they aro worth nothing Just le beawere a farmer au prechIng tobacco growers in the black patch you can easily seo that my s are identified with yours I am that your effort to price your own r jusaam sorry for everything that tends to uothindg as among yourselves nor anything that works so efficiently into tho hands of those who wish to destroy your or ganizations and bring you into the condition you were in before they ex- Isted I do not think any power or earth can prevent your ultimate suc cess if you will all stand together no any that can give you success other wise United we stand divided we fall I think is absolutely true of you So long as you have different organ izations it Is but natural that each ndvantagto trueit may be that they do not inend it Each knowing that there aro toUncco ed for theirs will seek to flsrt and this must lead to competition in tho offering of inducements to pur chasers which inevitably leads sooner or later to the lowering of prices andsI doubt not that he trust magnates laug- In their sleeves at your divisions In view of these facts I think all the growers of dark tobacco should as the first pooling they do pool their dlfferennces and come together In one organization with one constitutlonone set of bylaws and ono executive com mittee which should attend to all the soling having all the necessary pow erto employ such legitimate moans to that end as their wisdom or in structions from the society may sug gest And let all the tobacco be pooled with this comittee at such places as will suit the convenience or the Judgment of tho growers re spectivelyIt not whether this tine or ganization Is one of the present ex- Isting 6n a or a new one but let all tho tobact be under one management Then when any tobaco is sold let the proceeds bo divided between all who have Guy tobacco of that grade In the pool In proportion to the amount each one has of that grade Then it wil libt nuiko any diforencc aliihoThis will do away with all competition n In proportion to the amount they have I between members as to sellingwhlcu competition amounts though not soIintended to dumping agaiiisl others Of course there may 13 ninny things I do not know about thisrj mat ters but so far as I can see I think this should do away with the greatest source of trouble that confronts you Whether you judge these suggestions worthy of any thought or not I hope you will give me credit for the best of motives in ofering them Your sincere friend R T BRUNER My Best FriendIAlexander Benton who lives on Rural Route 1 Fort Edward N Y says Dr Kings New Discovery is my best earthly friend It cured me of asthma six years ago It has also performed a wonderful curb of Incipient consumption for my sons wife The first bottle ended the terrible cough and this accomplished the oth symptoms left by one until she was perfectly well Dr Kings New Discoverys power over coughs and colds is simply mravelous No other remedy has ever equaled It Fully guaranteed by all druggists 500 and 100 Trial bottle free m Great Statue at Washington As a matter of tact the spot chosen the functionaries who have or are supposed to have authority Is perhaps the most unsuitable that could have been found in Washington barring of course the slums and purlieus The socalled Botanic Garden lies at the foot of Capitol Hill It is very low ground ground which for years to come will be cursed with squalid and unlovely surroundings and which oven when the most ambitious schemes of municipal adornment have been completed will remain comparatively remote and Inconspicuous Almost any I Igf part of the immense park contemplated by tho Government will be more attractive and more logical when nil is done and meanwhile which is to say for many yearsto come the monument to Gen Grant will bo tucked away in one of Washingtons most obscure und I unconsidered comers Neither In the ifprobhmatlc I adjus ment satisfy the discerning and i the thoughtful Scott Sherman McPherson Farra gut DupontT ham as Logan and oth ers have squares and circles to themselves in the most beautiful and luxurious and highly improved sec GarI at 011 a t what is now the brother to a swamp and can never under any conceivable dispensation be converted to pure tailtutild more or general scheme As the site of a mon ument to tie most colossal military figures in our nationalhlstory it seems Yorok Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is Impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching rising and bumpy skin bone palnsca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or 1skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal- r aches and pains stop and the blood is made tyire and rich Druggists or by express al per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co At lanta Ga B B B is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases as It cures after all else tails 35tf BOYS RIGHT 0ARM SHOT OFF A Most Distressing Accident Befell Sank Har reld 1Last Saturday afternoon while Rob bie Main Grandy Harrelrt and Sank Harreld aged respectively 1717 andI 12 years were hunting birds on the North side of tho river near upper Aberdeen and In returning home weroI diagonally crossing the river when the Steamer Bowling Green bore down onI them so close they were compelled to pull in to the bank before they reached the regular landing Sank was sit ting in the bow of the skiff and jump ed out on the bank just inrauge of one of the shot guns that was laying in tho skiff The inrush of tho waves from the passing Steamer caused the skiff to roll and lurch causing the gun to strike one of the ribs of the slelCCI with sufficient force to file load took effect in the right arm of Sank between the elbow rind shoul der tearing away the flesh and mus clo and breaking the bone leaving the arm hanging limp by his side The older boys who had retained their scat in tho skiff ran to him and with great presence of mind quickly tied n hand twistI a 100 yards to the public rand wirers they fortunately found Mr Jill Turn r v tli his team gathering corn vlto I ing it the wounded boy to lou wi IL all haste possible under tho circumstan ces Morgautown Republican A Narrow Escape I G W Cloyd a merchant of Plumk Mo had a narrow escape four years I ago when ho ran a jlmson bur Into I his thumb Ho says Tho doctor wanted to amputate It but I would not consent I bought a box of Buck lens Arnica Salve and that cured the dangerous wound 25c at all druggists m r German Car Fender Ina new German streetcar fender the only visible part of the mechan ism is a projecting strip extending in front of the forward platform of the car and attached to a shaft or rod carried by the platform If this strip comes in contact with any object it yields easily and forces the shaft backward By this movement the electric current is cut off an automatic brake is applied and a broad fender some S feet back immediately in front of theI wheels drops to the rail level and picks up the object on the track Dur lag the continuous dally experiments carried on for many months there has been no failure to pick up safely andI easily all obstacles encountered The device Is controlled by the City Coun cil of Dresden GasconadeThe Postmaster MoI Daniel A Bugh says of DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills I am doingI so well and improving so fast inI health that I cannot say too much for your Kidney Bladder Pills I feel like a new man Dewltts KidIney and Bladder Pills are sold by allIdrugglrsts II i I 4 TWIl 282 fJnV 1 X 1 1ti ti ta1 i Tho Kind You lava Always Bought and Which has been in uso for ocr 30 years has borno tho signature of 0 and lots been made under his per sonal supervision since its iufancY Allow no ono to deceive you iu this All Counterfeits Imitations and Jnstasgnod arc hut Experiments that triflo with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against llvpcviiucnt + yWhat is CASTORSA Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Kircotle 1 substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Woriuo and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho sleepTheGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAY Bears the Signature of u Tie KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 YearsTWC ecBTAun COMPANY rr MUMAV CTKICT nw YORK CITY d t t JLJ 11 T I 114 u OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Heraldf 5 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 5 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 0 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 5 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 5 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitnn y5 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Owensboro Inqui Tel 5 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer q THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Oboro Messenger i 7b THE REPUBLICAN and National Iagazinei 1 THE REPUBLICAN and faylorTrotwood Mugaxino i 0 TilE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine k Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Capita SjJr y 1 Surplus LPI 1 Will loan monej i r to 12 months Tiih h y Come in DIIIECOP Gabo Likens Al fi rte l Felix Jim 1IL Su Wayne Orilfl 1 lH i 1 TILLERS OF THE SQL I fj Will Make no Mistake by Visiting the Rellablot J and Well Known Firm of It 8 WILLIAMS MILLERfi i S For anything they need on the farm They t8 42 handle Plows ofall kinds and makes Disc y itCCi= buggies for young folks and old folks ttA1 = In Addition tt4itiJfi at very motion = ate prices tt Efii i i t j a I frjrZf ttor T Ij r 0 r IICanlu- bhebing Compnn1- POR4 in IETTEdlto T=lr PSio1 s- ughcr1n 34 3L4s 23 FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29 Examine the label on your paper 1 sit not correct notify us J At least we hear no more talk abou- tainted money r This paper gave Wlllsons majority b at 18000 in its first Issue after the election It Is 18053 singA panic may be a In t but most of us prefer a blessingwlilch s Iw111bring more cheerfulnes r i Mr Bryan says it Is no disgrace Jo be defeated That may be true and yet it is very poor business method that the election is over let I1Nowtogether and see what we can countyr11 That minister who delivered a sermon t against the A S of E a few 1 days ago must have a paying member l I who belongs to the tobacco trust 1The tobaco trust has admitted i tho government investigation that it fixed prices This has been known by the growers for several years Gov Wlllson has requested that there be no military display at his i Inauguration What about the charge during the campaign that the Re publicans would run everything with the mllltla We hear no more talk about Roose velt being a Democrat and of his hav ing stolen the Democratic platform Why this thusness Looks to us like our Democratic friends are over looking the most convincing evidence Upon further reflections tho Hart ford Herald has decided that there is no panic In Ohio county worth mentioning Yet it seems to think it very bad at other points We notice papers in other sections congratulate their own people that they arc not moneysick always over In the next neighborhood Coy Wlllson has adopted our plat form by coming out even before his inauguration for State aid to help build good roads Our readers will re member that this paper has been ad vocating not only State aid for this purpose but National aid as well Why shouldnt Ohio count be helped along In their effortsfarmersI their produce to market tomless mud holes with as much consistency as the dropping of millions into Green river and other streams to I make easy sailing for boats which belong to a grinding monopoly II t Rcfcrlng to the oGeljel assassination the Hartford Herald says The Democrats have no desire to revive this deplorable affair only to insist that the murderers be apprehended and punished We believe It is true that real Democrats have prac ticully ceased to censure Republicans on acount of Coo bels murder but the Hartford Herald fulls to fall within S that class Everybody knows that It hilarious in Its advocacy of this fwas of Its leading Issues during the campaign and hover missed a- nN since the unfortunate trag 1OIJllortunlt to grill hopubltcans about I u ElBOWliere in these columns we publish a splendid article from tho 11011I I ffofR T liruncr on the tobacco situa Mr Bruner makes some timelyI sugostlons relative to the various poolitigsocletics lIe voices our sentiment when he says that all tobacco Khonld be coinroled by one society and when a portion of the tobaco ISI sold the should be theIit order of things and ere many more years pass we believe It will be real ihdrdo their very best to succeed with theI present plan I For months during the Slate cants paign no Republican in Hartford cool pass down Main Street without being stopped by one B F Saunders with a proposition to bet on the election He was loud mouthed In the barber I I f shop and other public places Hobo r came so insistent that finally some one made a bet with him in utter j f self defense and to prevent him from blocking the side walks Ho took the f Hager end at odds and of course lost Now he has filed a suit in the Ohio Quarterly Court under the gambling act to recover his Mosey This is the t same Saunders who made alleged Dein t ocratlc speeches In various part of 4 Ohio county abusing Republicans andj y misrepresenting the Isues justbefor the el n This is the first suit of this character which to our knowledge has ever been filed in this county Saunders came here about two years ago from Union county Consistency thou art a Jewel But you seldom told your white wings t perch your sacred being near th sanctum sanctorum of the Hartford Herald On November 13 discoursing on the financial situation it said that the country was going to ruin on ac count of the financial panic and tlla- f no body could get any money with which to carry on their business This week it says It is no scary times whentnow to money for it will be ever you want it We have Always tapesya I on j dred it soon In effectrepudlates dlIBfact is the Herald in its wild frenzy and frantic attempt to make political capital out of the matter has befoul ed its own nest If the negro had not been enfranchised the negro population would not now be counted to make up the Democratic members of the House of- CollegeRepresentatives and Electoral from the South without which in national electlonstho Democrats would be unable to elect anybody to any thing This cannot truthly be denied whatnis the use to argue with a fellow who sees nothing but negro in every campaign and sits down by that is sue while his party loses by 18000 majority Come let us talk about something which will help our Slate in the future You took some of your speakers too seriously during the late campaign and as a result you aie lia ble to permanent injury Our word for it there are to be no mixed school In Kentucky and Gov Willsgn will not dance with a negro woman at the Inaugural ball Sothen dont lay wake at night any longer Steadily Increasing- In 1900 this countrys exports and Imports of merchandise exceeded two billion dollars for the first time the total being 2244424200 But for the last fiscal year ending June 30 1907 the figure was 3315252110 The in crease In seven years was nearly 50 per cent Way back in the eighties they began to argue that our exports would Tariffabutand imports have made an increase since that time which is greater than the total trade of that period Stop and Think In this time of antieverything and antleverybody possessing wealth In thus while of a craze against aggrega exeI be a bad idea to stop and think Sometimes a thing gets started and keeps going and goes until It goes beyond where It was Intended to be go Ing There Is always danger that the other fellow will cry out to keep It up after the fellow who started It thinks it has gone far enough and really wants to stop It but is impotent to do It Why frustrate good times just to add to the hungering and thirsting of any large or small po lltlcal Napoleon 1 It Is taking a leap Into the dark to do it Erne humble man the plain everyday worker this man should be let alone In his doing well Ho will suf- for when the stress comes more than will the rich Farmers now getting big prices for their products will suf fer too Hhould this unrelenting agltaI tlon close down and shut out this eraI of their greatest well being Let well enough alone and oblivion ize these exploiters of a thousand and i one demagogical gallery playing and prejudice Inflaming conceptions now evidently the thrift and prosperity of the coulitryIIThe policy of conservatism on the part of the next session of Congress Is looked for and is esentlal This would I do much to counteract the feeling that is prevalent that there is a screw loose somewhereMAGAN J I Nov 29A large crowd att i Prof Dockerys entertainment lastJ night I IIMrMr Charlie Allen and family who j have been spending several weeks WIth1 Mrs Allens parents Mr T H kill and wife loft the 2uth for their home In Missouri Mrs Patterson of Poplar muff Mis 80urlhO spent several days last week wiih her brother Mr John Truns tall left Monday for Oweiisboro to visit relatives lIrnriMr Lon Ralph of Hartford was here yesterday I Mr and Mrs Thermon Ralph are thell bor11Ithe0 CIRCUIT COURt WILL BE IN SESSION FULL TERM I Much Important Litigation Des posed of and Aluch Left for 0Plantof Time For the first time during the tern of Judge Blrkhead OhlajQlrcuIt Courtt will be in session the full legal limit tfor the term This is ocpasloned b the heavy docket and the universal clamor of lItigants To have their tried Time result has bccntthatmucli important litigation has been disposed of but after all there is much business Illeft unfinished Judge Blrkhead lias used all means of completing the work having held frequent night sessions unClnIishedt r court in the dispatch of business New Jailer Wm Flener has performed his duties in a most amicable manner The folowing cases have been dis posed of as follows and other business transacted since our report last Wek The case of W C Knott and others motion for public ditch in the Roug creek flats near Matanzas now on tri al and will probably not be finished before noon today Comth vs Jim Jarnagin of color charged with incest the grand jury falling to indict the action is contin ued and referred to the next grand jury and on motion of County Attor fey the defendant was released on his own recognizance in tho sum of 100 Comth vs A F Phelps continu edComth vs G C Hocker on written statement of Com nwealths Attorney prosecution is suspended Comth vs Frank Orahanplea o guilty and fined 25 The grand jury after having return ed 20 indictments classified as fol lows adjourned Saturday Carrying concealed a deadly weapon 2 assault and battery lshooting without wounding 1 shooting with Intent to kill 1 disturbing religious worship 2 unlaw fully injuring school house 2J grand larceny 1 seduction 1 drawing a dead ly weapon 1 forgery 2 disposing of and converting to his own use money and property of another not his own 3 sellng liquor without license 3 Caleb Wilson vs I C R R Co L verdict of jury 500 for plaintiff John H Johnson vs I C R R Coverdict 2000 for plaintiff Robert C Lewis vs P Brady ver diet of jury 375 for plaintiff Angle Akins vs John Slnsabaugh continued v Clarence R Wilson c vs I C R R Coverdict of Jury 50 for plain tiff Lucretia MIdklff vs Rowan Hol brook cverdlct of jury 2150 for plaintiff against William Martin Lillie Cradock vs I C R R Co verdict of jury 500 for plaintiff Comthx vs Lon Jones charged with shooting with Intent to killverdict of Jury not guilty- A W May vs C N McDaniel agreed judgment for 200 for plaintiff The folowing cases have been se forwardHarrison Burden vs I C R R Jo orderI vs Central Coal and Thursday 10th day INancy Wade Admr vs I C R R same order Lelia M Maddox vs McIIenry Coal orderI vs I C R R Co same order 1n T Ross vs MH E R R- Coto Friday 11th day lodgesI No 110 will give a special to the members wives and sweethearts on Saturday evening Dec 21 Splendid music will be furnished for the occasion and ef goodIevening the Mark Master degrees wll bci confered rs LodgeIFtered Apprentice and Fellow Craft degrees A new departure will be made which will be of interest to evjery member of the lodge Dp not tall to outIcry under the administration of Mas ter C M Crowe e r Rough River Lodge No 110 Ktot P held an interesting session Tues transactlonlorieral speeches for the good order the j the lodge went into election of oflcefs to serve for six months from January L Tim following Were selected Chan cellor Commander RD WalkexjyJcp Chancellor J C liar Prelate J T Sandefur Master of Work C MBar= I nett Keeper of Records and Seal R C Porter Master at Arms B LTaYl far Inside Guard U S Carson Outside Guard Chester Keown Trtipteo John W Taylor One member wan elected on transfer card The lodge r voted to have a supper during the hot I a i ithi oJ A idays and the following committee was appointed to arrange for same E W Ford C M Barnett and R D Walker The committee fixed the last Tuesday night In December for the supper and entertainment e e e Ohio tribe had i their first possum and coon supper at their regular meet ing Wednesday night All present seem ed to enjoy the super Imensely Tho attendance was good and very inters esting During the meeting a number of long talks were made Judge Wed ding rave a goodr explanation of Red mans lp and Sheriff Keown gave some valuable remarks on the secret works A comlttee was appointed to buy a full set of sashes and badgesand when this is done the tribe will be equipped with Everything necessary for the making of a good order That Red manshlp is founded upon the eternal principles of charity and brotherhood which in greater or less degree find lodgment in ovary human breast was fully evinced In the nice contribution from Ohio Tribe to Mrs MIdklff a few days ago Ohio tribe is in a very pros perous condition and the wampum belt is steadily increasing There are good prospects for several scalps In the near future AI BIG PRICE FOR EQUITY TOBACCO 240 Hogsheads of 1905 Crop Sold for 11 Other Tobac co News The highest price ever paid for Green river tobacco on the Louisville market was paid for 240 hogsheads af the 1905 crop of Equity tobaco pooled at Lewlsport says the Owens boro Mesenger J H Nave who had charge of the Lewlsport house receiv Thefentire lot leaf and lugs was sold for a traction over 11 a hundred The tobaco was not sold in one lot but several sales were made to various deal ers This is the last of the 1905 to baco put up at Lewisport Mr Nave will proceed immediately to settle with the growers who had tobacco in the pool The sale is one of the most satisfactory that has been made since the tVmerlcari Society of Equity in the Green river district began to pool tobacco Tobacco will probably begin to move pretty freely on the locan mar ket during the next few days TheI tobaco merchants of the city hcd a meeting and decided to begin imme diately buying all tobacco that 1s fered in Owensboro They will not go Into the county to make purchases for some time etIS L McAdams auction house Is open for the season and the first sale will be made today It Is not ex pected that very many loads will be offered today but a largo quantity of tobacco throughout the county was stripped a few days ago and packed In bulk A great deal of this will doubtless be brought In before the end of the weep rellIresented ContesttCo Hartford have Inaugurated a missingword contest The prize Isi a doll whose beauty Is unsurpassed whose value Is not less than and lucky will be the child who1000I her She Is not for sale at any but will be given to the girl under 15 years of age who brings to us on orj before December 24th and not later than 720 p in of tliat day the most advertisements with tne hidden words underscoredThese are two In number and will appear In our advertising In some form and always together for the next four weeks They may heJ In our large advertising as well as In the local notices and If you are Aviso you can by cose attention sooif locate them When you do this cut out the advertisement or local nor tice underscore the correct words with a pen or pencil place Inside of an envelope put your name on the envelope and bring or send to us Ask your friends to help you if you cant decide on the two words and then ask them to save their pa pars for you Remember the most correctly marked words in our advertising only gets this beautiful doll without any cost whatever tBarnard Co- Hartford Ky Ladles Bazar The sewing Society of the M E Church South of Hartford will conduct a bazar at the old Y1f C A headquarters now Pearls Pantior umon Center street comenclng next Monday December 2 and con tinuing one week They will have on hand and for sale all kinds of fancy articles dolls doll clothing aprons handkerchiefs and other hem stitched goods collars sofa pillows wilIduringland sandwiches ice cream cake ke Iu Ifr I t T irr d 7n N f n v Looking r f Forweuxt t j I Thanksgiving being over J we should look after the prospects for t another year rather than dwell on the past While this has been a season of many changes and uncertainties the clouds now see- mi to be passing and you need 1 hesitate to supply every need WeJ are constantly looking for new and better bargains in merchandise If you are not keeping in touch with our stock===and getting your share i of the values we are giving== It is not our fault We have them for you= = =are giving you good merchandise and prices that can nbt be undersoldw DEPENDS On us for reliable goods and also S remember we give extra induce iments for cash trade Our Cash I Register Coupons will amount to a tidy little sum if you depend on I Barnard Coi i- tI Hartford Ky I The affair Is given for the benefit of tho New Methodist Church build- Ing fund and deserves the patronage of everybody It is a worthy enter prise and should bo well patronized Notice All persons having claims against the estate of Isaac Maiden deceased will present them properly proven to the undersigned on or before December 22 1907 or be forever barred BEN MAIDEN Admr College Items Since a large number of the board ing students and a few of the regu1 mar tecahers desired to spend Thanksgiving with home folks It was thought best to close school Wednesday after noon until next Monday i New students enter almost every openling recent matriculates are Gilbert Boll Levi Coleman Narbert Ross J H Ward and Vena Daniel At least two more new students from Louisiana are expected to enter before Christmas The recent open session of the Adel phlan society was a splendid exhibi tion of the work that it is doing A large audience was present The work of the first quarter clos ed three weeks ago with written tests in all departments Barents supposed to have carefully examined signed tjmd returned to the respective teachers their childrens report cards which quater100 of the library fund has been ex pondld for sets of books to supplement the regular work In reading geography history biography lIteratureand travel This new material has greatly enriched and enlivened the work on the part of both pupils and teachers More thought and effective work is now being done in every department Before the close of the calendar year new library cases will be installed at a cost of about 50 A series of entertainments Is being 11brary the nucleus of tho llbrarytobe Withy in the last twelve months about 250 have been spent for books maps charts globes and othec equipments but this Is only a beginning At least 300 or 400 more is needed before we can have a good wojklmj library First class work of no kind can be done without efficient means to work with and no where IB this truer than in the schoolroom The following students lead their respective classes In the examinations field in the Collegiate department JI Ie r1f t 1 LOOK Review of Reviews 3 Reader Magazine 3 Our price for both 3 Dont wait but send for complete free cata logue today u JAMES Ne WILLIAMS MAGAZINE AGENCY 214Maln St Hartford Ky the close of the first quarter English Literature Raymer Tinsley 95 Arlth meUc Dona Wilson 98 Gen History 1 Douglas Felix and Joshua Field 95 Caesar Douglas Felix and Mary Marks 90 Zoology Frank Foreman 95 Be ginnners Latin Nora Bennett 95 Grammar Dona Wilson 95 German Raymer Tinsley and Roy Bennett 97 Geometry Raymer Tinsley and Roy Bennett 98 Elocution Dona Wilson 95 Physical Geography Dona Wilson 96 American Literature Joshua Field 94 Moral Philosophy Roy Bennett 97 Geology Conner Ford 95 Spelling Belvia Leach 98 Algebra Hattie Glenn 91 f WeakLungs rBonc4es For over sixty years doctors have endorsed Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs colds weak lungs bronchitis con sumption You cap trust a medicine the best doctors approve Then trust this the next time you have a hard cough The best kind of steitlmoaUl Sold for over sixty yeaw laW nA1o is f dAit3APAQILIdgers publishthe t Ayers Pills thbow re utar W y AUvtable andntIYhWaUV1 G t1N 1 sag ie 5 f kjya l 1 r V rr J I f Cf j I I FAIRS SHOE TALKb1 1 1 Shoes are indispensable Must have tbem regardless of cost of leather This being the case you want the very best possible both in Style and Quality Now a Shoes The very acme of style and a solid wearer See us before I 1 Now I BKlR money by IIbuying Shoes fat Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29 IIn3 CentraiRallroadTimeTable Nor Hi Bouuil- No Noti Hi Lion U41 182 due 407 n m No 121 tiii llSl Hm No 121118130 p m No IUJ due a4S p in No 102 due 248 lm No 111 due U40 p in City Restaurant Is surely feeding the people Overcoats and Suits5for llat Car son Cos We have Suits to suit you at prices to suit you Carson Co Cat Fish at City Restaurant Fine City Restaurant surely understands the art of serving Oysters Mr P M Brown was a pleasant caller last FridayIf The old reliable Steak Meal at City Restaurant cant be beat Try one bbl J F Vickers and little daughter are the guests of relatives at Sac ramentoDr D Tappan this week receiv ed a new fire and burglar proof safe his jewelry store W B Taylor was the guest of relatives at his olohome near Ro chester last Saturday To put a smile on you that wont come off try an Oyster Stew at City Restaurant So good I Tom eKown Fordsville was guest of his brother exSheriff Cal P eKown Monday Thirtytwo inch Percals 7c per yard2 to 10 yard lengths Depend on us for bargains BARNARD CO We have rold over 2000 yards of millend Ribbons You can stlll de pend on getting these bargains from Barnard Co SnatorA SBennett returned to Loulsvile Mondayafter a weeks visit to his parents near Beda and and around Hartford t Are yoU going to try to win the SltfOODoll 7 Wont cost you a cent fdeiend on that nlyjust a little work 40 find the mtebing JK CO t Hartford Bible school will meet at 230 p m on and after December 1 aMasdnlc Hall Everybody has a cordial invitation to attend JAS H WILLIAMS Supt A Ii t Mr ti Jessd Hoover Will nuke regular calls on you each week Airy orders entrusted to him will have prompt and careful Attention CLEVE ILER fair R C nde1iIa1ti r was aOnember of the petit jury In Federal court at Owensboro the first of the E Thonlas served onothagvandljurY+ S I fL a J I I I f J I 4f special this Shoe you get excellence in stylo and quality PATRICIAN T A Shoo guaran = tee 1 to retain its and BeIsidesShool Shoes None better in l medium price goods Another good line is ourIIamilton Brown e buying Save your hones tfor J1Ir other- relattvesin qords1- 3ARNARD Oursolicitor And we most assuredly can I bray over our Mens Patent Bur ro Jap Shoes Every pair sold under an absolute guarantee to give you perfect satisfaction or your money back Above line also in Gun Metal Vici Corona Calf on all the late lasts Make your feet tidy I by wearing our Shoes II I Assessor Sam W Leach caled to se us yesterday Bring us your Eggs Chickens Feath ers and Turkeys CARSON CO You will find the only complete stock of Groceries In Hartford at Car son Cos Hats for Men Hats for Boys Hats for Ladies the correct kindat Car son Cos- Neckwearfresh new styles made of finest materials by skilled work menat Carson Cos A full line of fruits such as Or anges Apples Bananas GrapesFigs Dates Raisins Etc CLEVE ILER Shoeslots of styles and comfort the wearing qualitydependablethep- rices always right at Carson Cos IApron check Ginghams 5c the yard Our prices are the lowest you can depend on that BARNARD COI i We make prompt deliveries any where In town If you need a hurry up order telephone 140 Home phone CL EVE ILER Old Sweet Ham good enough for anybody you can get at City Restaurant along with Eggs Coffee Etc Yum Yum ISee our new line of Rugs They would make splendid Christmas presents Depend on us for bargains in this line BARNARD CO IMr and Mrs John X Taylor Ear Ky were tho guests of relatives in Hartford the first of the week rI Rogers Select G Olaton T Wade Strat ton Cromwell and Owen Hurt bay er Dam were among our callers Tues I day IMessrs A A Sheffield West Hart fprd A W Black Horton James I Morris oft the Concord neighborhood Ansel Wilson Rosine Islah Kinder I Taffy and V M Stewart Beda were among our callers Monday i Messrs H A BabblttFordsvllle Hunger of the Concord neighborhood A H Ross Centertown Virgil Miller Herbert and Hon A S BennettLou = Isvllle were among our callers last Saturday y The Sunday Schools of Hartford raade one of the best showings for the year on last Sunday November 247 Total attendance 284 Collections 2932 Every school ifieems determined to round tout the best years work In KB history and some records maybe broken before old Santa Claus goerfLpto winter quarters- A V I Rev A B Gardner has declined to accept the pastorate1 of the Hartford Baptist church to which he had re cently been elected He has been call ed by the Rockporf Baptist church to succeed Rev B F Jenkins who has resigned Bro Gardner preached at Hartford last Sunday Morning and evening at which time he notified his congregation of his refusal of his c bere 1 f 1IW1 1 v- y It r I f- I1 Ji 1 0 eWe buy all kinds of good Country Produce CARSON CO I Mias Annie Jones Luzerne Ky is the guest of her sister Miss Katheryn t Jones city- Lieutenant W E Bennett was the guest of his mother Mrs S E Duke City yesterday Dr T D Renfrow wife and chil dren are the guests of relatives at Dundee Mr and Mrs T R Barnard are the guests of Mrs Barnards parents Mr and Mrs Sam Morton Smallhous The Ohio County Medical Associa tion will meet In Hartford Wednesday December 3 Messrs J T Miles McHenry H B Taylor Prentls and 11 F Sharp Narrows were among our callers Wednesday Messrs Alney Tlchnor Centertown W A Brown Matanzas M F Sharp Narrows W P Render and T J Ev erly Matanzas S H Render Cen tertown Elmer Tinsley North Hart ford Albert Rlggs Beda Esq C L Woodward Beaver Dam were among our callers yesterday Will Duke who escaped from Jail er Mack Daniel while being guarded at work on the levee north of Hart I ford last summerwas fined 100 and sixty days In jail for selling liquor without license In Federal Court at Owensboro Monday The case against Wash Duncan charged with the same offense was continued because of tho absence of witnesses j I John Stevens a highly respected I citizen of the Beaver Dam neighbor hood attempted suicide last Saturday morning by taking aii over dose of medicine It Is reported that when he heard of the suicide of Mr Duke heI became despondent and on Saturday quanI tity of medicine which ho had been tak ing It was thought that for two or three days that death would re sult but he Is now out of danger INot too much style not too much just the right thing kind of Clothing and Hats at Carbon Cos All persons having claims against the estate of Sam Frizzell deceased will submit the same properly prd6en to tho undersigned administrator or id Barnes and Anderson attorneys Hart ford Kyf on or before December 1 1907 or they will be forever barred This October 22 1907 C P Keown 3t Admin of Sam Friazell dec The Ladles Missionary Society of gaveCanI nesday evening A splendid musical I program was carried out and choice quotations were given by each member I present suitable for thanksgiving oc I casion An able sermon was deliver ElginIonZ Wayne Griffin Misses Edith Cars n and Hattie Barnett A nice con i tri uUon for the missionary cause was made by the congregationi I- l 1 II i Mr Frank Lowe who has been ill of typhoid fever for the post several weeks is rapidly Improving Mr A V Gpodin Charleston Mo arived Wednesday afternoon to Join GoodlyinCapt and MrsSK Cox Drs Taylor and Stanley performed a delicate and seribus operation on Mr Job Williams at his home near Cromwell last Friday Mr Williams is 76 years old but he Is rapidly recovering Thanksgiving services were held at the Methodist church yesterday the sermon being delivered by Jjio pastor Rev Virgil Elgin His discourse was along lines suited to the occasion and was edifying and Instructive through out At the close a collection was taken for those who are In need Drs Taylor Stanley and Richards amputated Mr Tom Smiths left leg at the thigh Wednesday afternoon The member had been decaying for many years from ulceration resulting from typhoid fever during the civil war Although Mr Smith is 74 years old ho came through the serious operation In good shape and his chances for recovery are good The Ladles Social Club was beauti fully entertained last Wednesday af ternoon at the home of Mrs E E Blrkhead by Mrs Blrkhead and Mrs A8 Yewoll The color scheme was yellow and white being carried out in the cakes and mints A delightful lunch was served In two courses The honor guests present were Mesdames H P Taylor Tom Black French Vickers F Treet J C Wagen J B Wil son Henry Field A V Goodin Charlo Griffin Misses Sue Yeiser and Ada Chandler Members present were Mesdames R E Lee Slmerman E D Pendleton Z Wayne Grifln Hooker Williams S A Anderson W H Barne J S Glenn G W Feagan W S Tliy ley R D Walker Rowan Holbrook C M Barnett F L Felix E W Ford Misses Mattie Sanderfur Sophia Woer ner Margaret Marks Lettio Marks Hattie Barnett Laura Morton Hunters Supplies New Automatic Sixshooter Rem ington Shotguns Rifles Target Guns in fact all kinds of Guns at a wide range of prices just received and kept constantly In stock at U S CARSONS GROCERY STORE Main StreetHartford Smokeless cartridges all kinds ammunitionfive thous and shells just in Big stock to select from Call on him for anything in the Gun and Ammunition line at most reasonable prices 18 4 Sunday School Notes The oflcers of the Sulphur Springs Magisterial District No3 Sunday School Association are E P Moore President Hartford Arthur Bennett Vice President Narrows Mrs Mable Sproule Secretary and TreasurerDun dee Lee Miller Superintendent of Homo Department Dundee Vivian Ferguson Superintendent House Visi tation Stinnydale Mrs Annie D Ben nett Superintendent Primary Work Narows Dr J A Duff Superintend ent Teachers Training Dundee The folowing schools are reported In operation and of course will continue through the winter Narrows Baptist Terrell Wooslcy Supt Myrtle Carter Sec Narows Methodist Guymon Wes terfield Supt Maud Shultz Sec Dun dee Baptist A B Westerfield Supt We may do some of tho following schools of tho district an Injustice but we believe them to be dead and If they are not they should certainly kick and let their county officers know of It through the district officers or otherwise Dundee Methodist Sulphur Springs Methodist Olaton Baptist Ce dar Grove MethodlstMt Vernon Meth odist McGrady Creek Baptisct Marvin Chapel Methodist Oak Grove Methodist Sugar Grove Baptist Beech Valley Methodist New Baymus Christian Huffs creek Baptist which certainly shows a bad state of affairs when only three schools out of 15 can or will continue to do business the entire year in fact some of these were possibly never organized this year at all Not a pastor from this whole terri tory attended either the county or district convention Many other reas ons might be found which would help explain the matter Since writing tho above we learn that Dundee Methodist Is in operation with W V Sproule Supt Valuable Farm for Sale One hundred apd sixteen acre farm situated on the Hartford and Owens bolo road eight miles from Hartford twenty miles from Owensboro All under state of cultivation good dwelling and outbuildings Three never falling springs Eight ccrea In fine meadow orchard etc For terms apply to Barnett Smith Republican office Inauguration of Gov Wlllson Frankfort Ky Dec 10 1907 For above occasion round trip tick ets wil be sold to Frankfort Ky at rate of ode fare plus 25 cents Dates of sale December 9 and 10 1907 Final limit to leave Frankfort December 12 J907 Round trip from Beaver DamKy AgtJ1 I I ya SETS HIS HEEL ON THIRD TERMISH President Instructs federal Of fice Holders to not Promote Third Term Sentimemt Washington D C Nov 27Qne greatest sensation In many months in political circles was precipitated by the Presidents injunction to the members of his Cabinet and through them to other Federal officials that office holders must not promote third term sentiment From the most authoratlv sources it Is learned that the order is to the effect that no federal office holder may vole to instruct delegates for the President nor may he If elect ed a delegate permit himself to be I Instructed for Mr Roosevelt President Roosevelt it Is declared is de termined the next Republican nation al convention shall not be a repetition In any respect of that of 1902 when a largo number of the delegates were federal officeholders instructed for Harison for a second term Senators and Representatives are daily arriv ing fn Washington in large numbers and several of them have recently in formed the President that their efforts in behalf of Secretary Tuft are being thwarted by the promotion of third term sentiment by federal oficialsand the President is said to have exclaim ed to a certain Senator That has got to be stopped and stopped mighty sud denly Hence the order to the mem bers of the Cabinet to restrain at once the course of their subordinates This action on the part of the President most effectually dissipates the twaddle so freely circulated by those reaction aries who are bitterly oposed to tho policy of the administration that Mr Roosevelt by his appointments to fed eral offices was seeking to promote the demand for a third term Good TownLot for Sale GOxlCO In the old Fair ground ad dltlon to Hartford Lays well and fronts on the pike Cheap for cash Apply to Barnett Smith IStf BEAVER DAM Rev Elgin filled his regular appoint ment hero Sunday morning and night Miss Dora Wallace has returned after a weeks visit home her parents have moved from Spring Lick to Leitchficld Mr K V Williams went to Louisville on business last week Mr Homer Eblin of Louisville is the guest of his sister Mrs J II Barnes for a few days Mrs J K Adams entertained the Ladles Flinch Club on Saturday last at the homo of Mr and Mrs J E Williams on Main Street- S B Van Meter has left for Arbo Miss where ho has accepted a posi tion with the Lumber Mineral Co of that place Miss Bessie Barnes and Mr Dan Kelly spent Sunday with friends in RochesterMr Mrs J Leslie Leach of Central City spent Sunday with friends intownDr Mrs J J Mitchell spent from Friday till Sunday with their Mrs Webb Cannon in Owens boroIMiss Marie Austin left Wednesdty for Louisville and Lcxlngtonthe latter place she will attend the Thanksgiving unlIversityThe brick work on the new school building s now completed and the contractor thinks ho will have the building complete some time before the time set January 1st 1008 Messrs J A Sweatt and E M Car ter left Monday for Sacramentowhere they will take a weeks hunt The school will give an entertain ment Thanksgiving night for the benefit of the new school building Mr Thompson of Providence was the guest of friends In town last week IMrs Adal Hurt spent Iji day and Saturday in Central City It Real ES1a1L 400 Acres on I C R R between Horton and Rosine 200 acres In land consisting of a large quantity of merchantable timber 200 acresin cul tivationgood dwclliiiggood barnwell watered flue orchard will grow fIne corn wheat tobacco hay etc Price right trems reasonablo Will sell as whole or divide to suit purchaser BECKHAM FORCES ON VERGE OF PANIC Petitions AsKing fur Votes Against Governor Cause 1 Consternation Frankfort Ky Nov 25The re cussing the action of the Montgomery county would petition the Represen tatives in the next Legislature to vote against Gov J C W Beckham for United States Senator created a mild panic in certain political circles at the Statehouse and revived the talk go ing the rounds shortly after the elec tion that similar steps would be tak en in various other counties of the StateOne State offkial said today In dis cussing the action of theMontgomery county people that he had been In nu merious counties since the election and that the same feeling of unrest on the part of the people prevailed in those sections as in Mt Sterling and Montgomery county and he looked for other counties to follow the lead anti prepare and sign petitions requesting their Senators and Representatives not to support the Governor He says that It was tho consewsus of opinion in practically every section of the State that Coy Beckham was responsible for the defeat of the State ticket three weeks ago and that feel- Ing that way the Democrats of the State were not in any mood to seo the Governor elected to the Senate with the party down and out at home because of his past actions RENDER Nov 2GJ II Fleldeu went to Ow ensboro last WednesdayIMessrs Simon Jones Jno S Spence JM Reynolds and Sam Jennings at tended court in Hartford last Wednesday and Thursday- S A Bratcher of Hartford and Alfred Clark of Owensboro were hero last Thursday- D Stewart Miller of Owensboro and W 0 Smith of Central City were here Friday Mr and Mrs G B Roll and Miss Blanche Miller were in Beaver Dam FridayE Gwynn was In Central City Saturday Hubert Clark was in Beaver Dam Sat urdayTim Daniel of Cromwell was horo Saturday IL A Garrett of Hillside and C K Carson and Jno Barniss of Taylor Mines were here Sunday Isaac Ofcer went to Louisville Sunday I Mesrs E II Music and Ed Slmnsou of Loulsvllo were here yesterday Jas Skaggs of Ca noyville was the guest of his sister Mrs Thomas Gary yesterdayR Daughcriy was in Control City today Moses herd of Wysox and R D Douglas of Cromwell were hero to dayMrs Kate Cambell of Paducah Is visiting here this week Mrs J F Mocker of Cleaton Is vis iting her daughter Mrs W J Mercer this week BAZARI Vlif I Commencing Dec 2 CONTINUING ONE WEEK The Ladies of the Methodist Church Will Hold ANNUAL TheirI I At Pearls Pantiorum YfYa Iq They will have on display many beautiful things All strictly bandwork and many of them are original designs by the nv jl Dont miss this opportunity to get something nice to re111emJu1ft friends with during holidays During this sale I will ty 3 Per Cent of My Clothing Sales I 1 to the ladles If you are in need of a new suit overcoat or Irons f ers buy them the first week In December and help a good cause iK Hot chocolate and other refreshments served every afternoon JFI Come and bring your friends Respectfully PEARL D TWEDDELL fu w r if I i i Lii r1 1 e udith ff By Curran I tchard Greenley f I Igbted 1807 by 011 Satellite andon eyed the crumpled scrawl doubtfully a fragment torn from a sheet of writing paper ou which the characters were faintly penciled bro ken hero and there ns if the writers strength had failed If you want news of Jack Henderson it will be wort your while to follow the bearer of this iWlthout delay Who sent this be said to tho gaminI In tween two LLdays an the ole woman tuk him In She lows hell croak foro night Landon hesitated but the memory o s Judiths faco on the day cf Jack Lien dersons flight urged him on He fol w lowed the boy through the back streets rltotho tumbledown row of tenements a by the river known to the police t us Carters Rents along a black pas Ease and across the court to a room at t j the back of the saloon where the light through tho unwashed panes s 1ofa small window accentuated tho t poverty and filth On the heap of + rags In the corner a man stirred and asrtriver front during tho past sum ftnerl i l Here take this and get some bran t Uy tho best and thrusting a coin In the childs hand ho pushed him out and closed the door So you have como to tho end of your row Red I Tho man on the floor opened his eyes J uYes Im where the best and the worst of us have to come but we compllI r isNo Ho has dropped out complete ly What do you know of him What I brought you hero to tell i youthat ho never stole that money i What I tell you the boy hud nothing to do vrlth It Locke knew a thing br two about mo knew that I had escaped from Sing Sing and he forced me to do his dirty work I could not refuse it was that or prison but Ill swear I didnt know that the boy would get the blame for it Locke wrecked the bank and had me doctor the boors making the entries in another mansI i writing He gave me an old copy it from then ho had me forge old Daltons name to that check I never I did figure out just how ho managed to lay It on the boy but I reckon my false entries must have been In his writing and when the young fool ran nwny that fastened It on him Locke lurked me out like a dog when he got things fixed to suit him I south for n couple of months and cameI back like this I didnt know riy time was so short or Id have sent for you before Write It out and let me signj It llUperIu tlon whispered at his car Delay gait time Hcmlerson free toI 7 come back and Judith Is lost to you The roan on tli floor moaned feebly Hurry Mr Lan on Its Rutting dark mltrhty dark Get Mother IJIddlo tI1t1f I Jimmy Sullivan front the saloon for wltniws Wheres that boy with thfEbrandy 1 There he hi now And Btiiitehcd eagerly at the bottle Got it dune with Mr Lamlou I cannot holdt 1011601fund Rod Matthews lay i buck punting from the exertion I almost forgot ho said to Landon whwn 1 way ever In St Louis 1 mut Don Battle lie told mo about ITemlcr sons trouble the lirst Id heard of It nul he ssiiil that n fellow from tale had told him about meeting l1ellI domon In Santa Fe lie got on to his name by ncldent and didnt know that Don know Henderson when ho was tolling ItfJ I reckon ou will have to go to tin Jumping off piece to find the I boy Yii will find him and set this straight Mr LondonIC Thy glazing eyes sought for the facehabove luau and Landon4 Yes lied Ill find him I 1 t uliethe stairs the light of the great winIdow behind her framing the little head In an aureole of sunset rays Ills hearts lady his no more With blind resentment choking the words In his throat ho blundered through the story t of Bed Matthews confession and thenty he found himself wondering at the self possession with which she dIs- cussed the ways and means of dealing with Pater LockeIPoor little Llllasl What a misera ble tangle said Judith as they walked to the gate Llllas Ho had forgotten Lockes daughter the pretty little girl who had been Judiths shadow ilnco Jack nenc dersons flight The position had reversed j itself It was Judith who would play consoler now Landon lost no time In placing the authoritiest1t ter Locko interviewed reporters and then with Judiths letter In his pocket started westward on his quest The limited paused just long enough to drop Landon at Umiltas the strag r gling settlement strung along tbeC tepeest I The station agent grinned and poInt i ed to u house whose crazy clapboard IItheree 5- t t c- x i- t6ti t s but you want to keep your gn Handy And he trade oft down the track The knot of Mexicans and halt breeds made way for Landon Kate stood In the doorway leering a drunken welcome from under the mans hat slouch ed over her frowsy head Grubs aplenty an Texas Charlies hit the trail leavln his bunk behind and upon that assurance Laudon tot lowed her to a cubbyhole back of the saloon where the aforesaid bunk wa located Somewhere behind the th1 partition a Jangling piano reeled and thrlckcd and a chorus of discordant voices bellowed a medley of songs Ho could hear tho snap of ohf a s were struck and a mellow rolled forth In a border song of nights and womens faces Laud sprang to his feet He know that voice and he pushed the door open Henderson 1 The sjnger a handsome haggard startf ed for the outside door his eyes fixed on Landons like those of a haunted animal at bay Landon caught his arm INo you dont Jack I have not come all this distance to lose you now Not a man stirred to Interfere Tho scene was too common lu Umiltas and Landon and his quarry passed out to the shelter of a clump of mosquito Then the boy faced him See here David Landon If you have come hero thinking to take me back I ton you now I wont go Ive reached my limit In singing for bread In this hell hole and Ill never go home aliveLandons gray eyes bored their steady sane Insistence Into the desperate brown ones Shut up Jack You will go back with me tomorrow I came hero to find you and I wont live without you Walt hear me out I Lockes tool Red Matthews the forger died last week He made a clean breast of it and we knowall Trenton knowsthat you had nothing to do with wrecking the bank Locke will die hard but wo have him cornered and ho has to take his medicine Let go boy You are throttling mole- Hendersons hands dropped but ho poured out a storm of questions He confessed I Landon ho told mo that Lilias did ItLlllas that ha had forced her to forge Daltona name to that check In order to gain time with the New York people that the truth must come out and she be tried for forgery unless I would take the blame upon myself to shield her and my flight was the only thing that could save her I never knew of those false entries on the books until I saw It In the papers that was a forgery too But whats the uso of all this You know all about it Llllas Landon caught the tone In which Henderson uttered the name The rest was meaningless babble And Judith had sent him to bring her lover homel Henderson was still pouring out his questions as Jack thrust the letter In boys hand Never mind all that girl had nothing to do with It Red Matthews did the forgery and Locke sent him out of town before he found out that you were accused of It Is Judiths letter And he turn ed his buck every nervo n quiver with the blind rage that possessed him Heres one for you And Ucnder held out the sheet of paper You Dear Old Stupid David Who so blind as a man that will not When you have brought Jack back to Llllus Locke to comfort her In theca bomloandaskwh fathers disgrace come you will JUDITH THE WONDERFUL SER ENITY OF MORGAN Has the Ability to Control Him self Under Most Trying- Circumstances Mr Morgan was distinguished from of the groups which surrounded int for nearly two weeks by his abil ity perfectly to control himself to meet instant demand with inslant despoils pon all his resources of Intellect will preserving at all times a certain qual- Ity whlchif not exactly serenity or equanimity was nevertheless selfcorn mand so that in that way he inspired confidence and justified it He comes from this great crisis In some of its aspects the most dangerous the country has known since the national banking system was established a com mannding figure and there is no man who doesnot applaud and even amplify the fine tribute paid to him by George Jay Gould upon his return from Europe a day or two ago Tho history of tho coming of this crisis of Its climax of the comand oft and the end of Itat least In Us acuter phases cannot be written In do tall at present Some of their work done by these men will probably re- maIn undisclosed until In after years some veteran tells nnecdotally various features of the generalship and personality of those who vveic engaged meeting arid OVOItllIt JOg the cris is very much OB the lute George S or the voui Jo Thompson used in theliv old age to narrate va IM intfivsvlW and Impresve details c Secru in y Ci M luda other fi warIi t n p u U overcomenoembarrassments jiad they not have been in some way cpnquered would have resulted In national bankrupt y temporary at least There are already disclosures vivid though brief tolling of the personality and acknowledged authority of Mr Morgan during the entire two weeks There were several occasions when some of the ablest Bankers of News York seemed to be overcome by tim notnarticulate their thoughts theyfhad any Their faculties werobenum dbed excepting that they Deemed to be possessed at times with a sort of nightmare vlsionplcturlng the calami ties that would follow the closing of andnone was splvent A word from Mr Morgan soothed these apprehensions and brought in stant order out of mental chaos for- perfectit was felt that if ho was in possession of his almost unexampled financial faculties and could so con centrate them to instant employment as to command the situation then all others should imitate that example The weary step the almost haggard countenannces and the lusterless eyes of some of the men who without sleep for fortyeight hours because they were perfecting plans by which these institutions could be protected were of themselves sufficient evidence of the desperate situation In all these conferences Mr Morgan was the com manding authority He was compelled to yield in one respect and that the severe cold somethih like influenza from which ho suffered and which mad It needful that two of the allnight conferences take place at his house was chiefly caused by the Intense men tal strain to which he had been sub jected but to which in no other way did he yield Philadelphia Press mRlEl c mTOhio coUnty Circuit CourtToF Blrkhcad Judge Ben D Bingo Attorney Oscar Midklff Jailer Ed G Barrass Clerk Frank L Felix Master Commissioner L Mose ley Trustee Jury Fund K B Martin Sheriff Hartford Deputies S A llratcher L P Crowder W C Ashley J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday In March and August and continues three weeks and third Monday in 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That the recent terrible accident at rewsbury was duo to the train rung away seems now to be pre elusively proved Probably too eauaidr Icestithet chagefIf is reduced to scrap iron thore nderlng impossible to determine Bason that brought about her fatal splay of eccentricity Occasionally however it is other Ise When for instance on July 18 898 the connectingrod of an lne exptweeninly snapped both driver and fire lick to their posts and altho rrlbly scalded and fearfully burned receded in bringing their train to ndstlll Then they fell off fr iposite sids of the engineblinded king Another case in point occurred ng ago as October 1872 and cur usly enough on the same system heavy goods train of twenty trll fcq den with china clay ran away ween Truro and St Austell and raally chased a crowded express for everal miles down a steep incline In- andhis innstance also tho drivers Iremen of both engines struck heroic ally to their pontsand so averted what must otherwise have been a terrible catastrophe The origin of the accident was found upon investigation to be due to defective break gear f There was no mystery either as- why to the California Southern Limited ran away from Summit Station Teha chap Pass in the winter of 1883 The wind was blowing with hurricane force across the razoredged backbone of the mouhtains and it took posession of the train and forced it back down tho steep track up which it had Just climbed Faster and ever faster the wheels revolved louder and ever loud er shrieked the gale in its glee until presently the doomed express jumped the tracktoppled over a precipice and disappeared When assistance arrived nearly a hundred dead adults were tak en from the wreck and one babyal lye and unhurt Cn the other hand no one can even hazard a guess as to why the famous Flying Dutchman shotjlld have run away near Long Ashton on July 27 1870 All that is known for certain is that the driver took his train over a dangerous section of the permanent way at a speed that rendered a de railment a certainty and paid for it with his life his fireman perishing with him A similar inexplicable nc cidont occurred too tb the Flying Scotchman in 1880 a few miles north of Berwick when again the driver and fireman lost their lives the guard also being killed Another famous runaway disaster that near Barnsby on the Manchester a Sheffield and Lincolnshire railway oil of December 12 1870 by which fourteen persons lost their lives was proved to have been duo to a broken coupling pin while the failure of the vacuum brake through cold caused the wreck of a runaway L and N W express near Carlisle in March 1890 Probablytoosome such contretemps was the proxnilato cause of tho appal ling catastrophethe worst recorded in railway history which happened through a train running away on Morelos Mexico short line on night of June 24 1881 Tho driver was seen to be in difficulties at a way s tlon and an inspector jumped on theo engine which was then traveling at aIcomparatively low rate of speed in order to try to render assistance = Almost immediately afterward the lo comot vie was observed toin the words of an eyewitness leap forward r iIte a thing of life A few minutes A later it tore through Cuartla at sixty miles an hour and onto a trestle bridge built on a curve over the San Antonio river which was in flood at the time The heavy train crushed through the flimsy structure as thoughst it had been of glass and every living soul aboard to the number of more ji than 200 perish 00 London Tltalts RurafSlowDeUveryer Moiled on December 2 1892 from Hawviie Germany k letter recently arrived at the Greenock Allegheny county Postofice for JacobDIehlFouc y teen years ten months and twentyal five were taken up in the trans fremissionJated to distribution of the 5000 es tate of Mrs Diehls father The delay caused Mrs DIehl to receive a small c sec portion of the s atemThe letter waS addresed to Emblem the which is across tho Youghoghe jiy river from Greenock the latter McIeesportFormerly but years ago it was transfered to Greenock DIehl lived within a stones throw of fife postofflqe and visit it daily Tuesday the building was tomes terfinspaper was yellow with age Pittsburg Dispatch 100 Reward S1OO Tho readers of this paper will pleased to learn that there is ntaeastly e dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cu is tho only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh requiresthozedarrh Cure ts taken internally aril directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby d toying the foundation of the dlsea strengthit Thehecurative powers that they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send for list of tea raonials Cou76cmaccun m T SOON1dFINISHEDsoS Kentucky Midland to Connect Cen Uetrot City and Madison 1Cvilla KyIAnother new railroad in Western Kentucky will be completed and operation within a few days This line is the Kentucky Mldlandand extends from Central City to Madison vlllo a distance of 25 miles T he new road penetrates one of the rich coal fields in the State It alsoof abounds in rich timber lands and oth er minerals All of this proerty will be developed the timber cut and shipped to foreign market and the coal mines will soon bOlo in operation The company operating the now road is composed of northern ists several of whom lives in ChicagoJ To date tho company has secured 1 000 acres of coal and timber lands lying along the route of the new rail road A shaft is being sunk and it is expected to soon have a mine in operation that will have a capacity exceeding 2000 tons a day The new road connects at Central City with the Illinois Central goitre and the Owensboro and Nashville branch of the L and N railroad At Madlsonville connections are made with the Nashville and St Louis di vision of the L and N railroad and a now line now building from Wheat croft to Madlsonville This is bellev ed to be a branch road of the Illinois Central A number of Louisville pas sengers and freight men will go to Central City when the new road Is put in operation r1 Result of Silica in BrickstAccording to a contemporary a brick which contains GO per cent or more of silica expands an heating but brick containing 63 per cent or less silica contracts at temperatures above 3000 degree Fahrenheit On this account if a high silica brick is used in lining a cupola there should be a layer of sand between the shell and the brick in order to make an elastic lining m Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable byI TroublerhtaKidney trouble preys upon the mind dla agaves and lessens ambltlon beauty vllor I In one dollar bottle by and cheerfulness coon disappear when the kIdCneys are out of or diseased Kidney trouble has prevalentIfor a child to be be afflictedwith weak kidI neys If the child urln of aces too often If the urine scalds the nesh or If when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon 16 the cause of difficulty Is kidney trouble and the i should be towards the treatment unpleasanttrouble is kidneys and bladder and not td a habit as most people supposeaWomen as men re with kidney and bladder troubleII and both need the same great remedye ccSwampdruggists fifty You may have a sample mall 1 nomeot9emplag near ly t thousands of testimonial letters edof from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmerh Co Binghamton N Y be sure and ention this paper Dont make any mistake but remem name SwampRoot Dr BingharrilNon By AN ENTIRE VILLAGE LOST TO WORL- ed Seldom Seen Which Has No Pol1elice or Voters A little town built on about thirty ono acres of land which was origins a part of St Cralr township Is one the most unique villages in the country It Is not on the maps of there country has no township no govern ment no taxes no schools no church poetoespropertaUvIg ofstheseofyresbeh0titanitsit Montooth and about a year ago another subdivision Cltinlr time the tract tariffTod er the city or other surrounding boroughs the inhabitant were seeming Iy satisfied to remain apart from the rest Since the organization of the bor ough of St Clair they have been assessed no taxes and the male finis b Hants have not voted There are no stores no churches no schools The people are as much apart from real life as If they were in the Lac woods of Kentucky Seldom Seen Is the name select a distinguished appellation for this Isolated little community and it was well chosen for It Is seldom seen any but those who live there Within no car line within reasonable distance and nothing but a few houses to see when one gets there there fs no In ducement for anyone to see it very I oftenIItSeldom Seen lies along the Uan Saw Mill Run It is bounded on the northeast by the Thirty second ward of Pittsburg on the south byI West Liberty borough and on t west by Beechview The properly owned by Conrad and Jacob Staab Edward Alsbett John Geyer Sr Jno alGeyer Jr John Miller and Mrs Phil c- Ups All but the latter tics on the ch3rthe Catholic school in Thirtysixth ward The only outlet to this soc tlon Is through the arch under the tracks of the Wabash railroad toward Woodville avenue John Price member of Council In West Liberty borough said there had ofadSeldom Seen to the city or to one of the boroughs He said Of course West Liberty is closest as we touch their ground on oneslde but we have already voted on alnlion to the city and will be taken In January 1 1908 If we were to annex this section now we might invalidate our chances of being token into the city and we do not want to do that The people living there have paid no taxes since Sr Clair borough was ere They have no schools and no co protection I guess they dont need that though In fact they arc dust as If they were In the back woods The people themselves are content aside from the inconvcnlencies of get ting mall They have tried without success to have mall sent them by the city carriers but because several bor oughs are between them and the city Postmaster Davis has found it Impos slble to accommodate them Pittsburg Dispatch to New York World Why Iron RustsbAsk almost any intelligent man whYw111 ron rustsand he will probably explain at tedious length that it is all due to the oxygen of the air Ever since chemistry became a more or less exact science which was over a century ago that theory has been generally accept Now an American physicist Dr comes along and announces that rustiiig is really duo to electrl city researchnes e method of preventing the corrosion wire fencesa subject of vital in terest to farmers He achieved more than he anticipated He found that the first attack on the iron is made by hydrogen in the form of exceedingly boratbooks have taught us by oxygon This in agreement with the modern the for ory that many substances when they dissolved in water are dissociated ers ions or minute particles smaller than atoms all carrying elect rl charges Even pure water contain certain number of these Acid 1m purities multiply tho hydrogen ions and strengthen them in their corrosive be effect upon iron The action is pure electric and Involves an exchange the electric relations between the drogen and the iron Dr Cushman discovered that active oxidizing agents such as chromate and of thbraa Iron OF Imersiug the iron in a concontrat 1 I ed solution of bichromate acldand then washing and wiping it the nvbtal esDattack The discovery of the real cause of greatsdustriala method has at last been found for protecting structural iron work and- mncbtaeryFrom the Science Circle of tHe Circle for December METHODS OF THE DEMO CRATIC STATE PRIMARY LegistoYtlature to See How Beck hero Was Nominated 23Accordingofmember of the Kentucky legislature a resolution will be introduced in the General Assembly shortly after that body convenes In January calling for an investigation of the Democratic State primary In which Governor J C W Beckham was nominated for United States Senator The resolution will call for the appolntemnt of a commlt tee of seven membersfour members of the house and three members of the Senate and if it is adopted the committee will have full power to send for papers and persons and to examine into the vote of any and ev ery precinct in the commonwealth con earning which they may desire infor mation sayskham but will vote for him under edcertain conditions but that he deems it proper to inquire into the validity of the Governors commission as tho- r Democratic senatorial nominee and calls attention to the fact that Gov ornor Beckham secured his nomination In a primary held under the State law and frauds committed in a prima are just the same as frauds com mitted in a general election kslOASIXOftABean theThaKind You Have Always Bought nature Y IifL fibRats as Alarm Clock Abe Conkliu has closed his snake hatchery in the Warwick mountains has gone Into his winter quar tars on Honeysuckle avenue Mont air N J Conklin has resumed his winter occupation of training white rats to be useful and helpful to man Last year he trained some rats to carry a stout string to the top of a flagpole an pass it through the pal ley at the top He sold these rats at high prices to Janitors of New York fice buildings When the flag halyards fall the janitors do not have to employ steeple jacks Conk lit trained another rat to run a sewing machine by treddlng the ped This year Conklin Is training rats to take the place of alarm clocks Ho knows that the rattle and jar of alarm clocks make many persons very nervous for the rest of the day He feeds his alarm rats only once a day some at 5 a m some at 530 and so on until 7 a in Each is so trained that at the exact Instant of its meal hour it goes to the room of the human that feeds it and gently tickles its ear until he awakes and feeds It- Conklin expects to sell many of these alarm rats to Montclalr cum routers and he predicts that the nervous affections caused by alarm clocks will oson disappeared from that happy place Ho says that his rats never rust run down nor very a second In giving their gentle alarm will dye a rat pink green or if his customer thinks one such wake him up quicker New York World NOTICE = Orders Ohio County Court Regular term October 7th 1907 Hon W IIaTaylor J O C C Presiding- S M Burgess et aIFor U JudgmentIGraded Common School It appearing that an order was duly made at the last term of this Court filing the petition of S M Burgos and eleven other citizen resldentstax payers and legal voters within Rockc port Justices District and within the undary of the Common School Dls trlct too 82 of Ohio county asking an election for the purpose of tak ing the sense of the legal white cot In said District which is the pro posed graded common school district upon the proposition whether or not they will Vote an annual tax of 60 cents i upon each 100 worth of property as sessed for taxation in said District longing to said white voters or cor Potations and n poll tax of 160 per capita on each white male inhabitant t over twentyone years of age therein and it appearing that ant boundary embraces the town of Rock a city of the sixth class an- at the County Judge and petitioners 150 upon said boundary for said proposed graded Common School Dlsr A Brgain for our- Sihscribers The New Idea Womans Magazine and HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both forLY On r JJ 130 allIIs an absolute authority In matt i s of dress It Is filled with household helps It covers the entire field ol femi nine Interest Every Issue contains h i The Latest Fashions vVEte Best Fiction And an Immense variety of practeal Informationon making furnishIng and managing the home Dozens ofIllustrations in halftone and color Stories by AutR rs of wide fame Instructive Articles of Great Value A Remarkably Fine Childre s Department 1200 PAGES A YE These two publications furnish reading for all the family Order today from THE HATFORD REPUBLICANM I rr Tl 1 trlct which is as follows Deginnlng on Lewis Creek at the bridge on the Rockpoit and Hartford road thence toward Rockporl with said road to Henry Woodburnsexclud Jag him thence toward McHenry on 1the McHenry and Rockport road to N E Corner of Mark Howard or Daugherty farm thence in a general direction S to Green River so as to include the Howard or Daugherty farm the Hendrio farm between Rockport and Echols crossing the I C Rail road at east line of said farm the shaft hill or Jackson farm thence down Green River to mouth of Lewis Creek thence up Lewis Creek to the beginning excluding A M Herrel and M F Herrel It appearing further that said proposition has been approved in writing by all the trustees of District No 82 which is the only district affected nn was also approvccd in writing by th County Superintendent of Schools for Ohio countywhlch writings were filed herein with the petition and it appearing that the location and site of said school house in said District is desert b cd with the exactness in said petition s followsBeginning at a gum tree in line Mrs Campfield running S to Her rell Brothers corner thence with their lino East to a branch thence E to a stone on branch thence N to Mrs Carnpflelds line thence with her line to a gum tree tho beginning corner mor And it also apearlng that no point the boundary of the said propos ed grades common school district is more than two and onehalf miles from the site of the said proposed schoolhouse which is to be located on the lot herein described It is therefore ordered and adjudged that an election be held within said proposed graded common school district on Saturday the 7th day of December 1907 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters upon tho said proposition that R B Martin Sheriff of Ohio county be and ho Is directed to open a poll in said proposed graded com purposde proposltlodcents upon each 100 assessed for taxation tn said proposed graded com school district belonging to said I r white voters or cori aljbc and a I poll tax of lrO per cypu rash white male inhabitant OT aty one years of ago residing thvcln for It the purpose of malntainnt a graded common school district and for the purpose of erecting purchasuig or re pairing suitable buildings the afar Ho Is directed to publish this order in some weekly newspaper in OhiJj count for ut least 20 days before tile data of said election and alp to advertise the same by printed or written hand bills poster at five conspicuous places in said proposed graded common school district for the samo length t time The clerk of this court is di reefed to furnish tho sheriff with Ja certified copy of this order and the tlInsclteded within 10 stir + r he 1etion and said officers of election shall n itIHoJotllHIthe question Are you for or agalns the Graded Common school tax and his vote shall be recorded for or against the same as ho may direct Said officers shall at the same time open a poll for the election of six trustees for said graded common school district and the six persons re calving the highest number Of votes shall be declared elected trustees thereof It Is further ordered that a special registration bo held for the town of Rockport on Saturday the 30th day of November 1907 for the registration of persons entitled to vote at said elec tlon whose names have not been re corded in the registration book for the year In which said election is held and the sheriff is directed to publish this at the same time he publishes the notice of said election and in the same manner and this proceeding Is con tinued A copy attestW T1NSLEY C O 0 C By ROSCOE RENDER D C Pursuant to the foregoing order and nYthereindirectedNovember 18 1907 1 Y il SO iW k ra a i 7TI I f i t IJ H I I rfV I41A A f J it 1 1 It r ti1 5iS t J I l L 111 4 rf 11w 1t i 4 M AAAAAAAA AiuWl t1 == The ===t PBridal Race rt By Maude Swat n Evans t EAI want you to ride In the bridal raf with me Frieda said Wllbslci iti tr a AS be stood ready to mount Black r Nance after having delivered hU sls f tors wedding Invitation to Farmer Dn i trlchs family I cant answered Frieda Dietrich with regret In her eyes and voice 1i ther has promised Amll Myer that I 7 shall ride with him 4 You wouldnt do that Frieda pleaded Wilueltu Ive never told you i so but as long back as I can remember V Ive counted on your being my wlf bridalIe race with any other man Frieda Tci me that you wont entreated WI r Lelm Id like to ride with you Wllhem but t cant I must do as father says sand the tears welled to Friedas eye as she turned and went Into the house Dejection and gloom took possessIon of Vllhem as he rode away I I dont believe that Frieda really cares for Mycr he soliloquized Ut must be at least ten years older than she Is but hes got his farm clear nnl money In the bank and of course thi talks with Dietrich Mycrs got goal f horses and lie stands a chance of win nln5 the race with Xanco out and If 1 be tines Wllhelms face looked dark I and threatening and then perturlud n his tlijughts Hushed back to a wlntri ulsht when he a half grown bj Slit bv the iireplace In Steins large Uiior anti with bulging eyes and open mout listened to old Granny Stein tell weird stories of her fatherland lust as viv idly as he did that night Vllholra cool see the old womans face prow witch like and uncanny under the tlhkerlm firelight as she told of a couple who nftowwlnnlng the bridal race had dW regarded the omen and ball refused Ac marry Love had changed to hate anti se bitter was the new pirsbu that Ah y traveled fur away frini thblr iatlve home In hope of never meeting fitftiln When a twelvemonth passed tlo tire man xaliiod possession of theft souls I and constantly anti unceasingly lie pur sued than brlntiiiu them mnror and nearer together until lie succeeded In t driving thorn close to with Iris Ilulitnliitf At flrsjt there wn = a great circle liit It grew smaller and smaller until the man amy woman met and thun in a tluuh nn a roar they disappeared and wer never SIHMI again 1Vuc in knew that if Frieda entered lj bridal rice with Myer she would be Irrevocyfoly lost to him One morning shor y after Wllhelm had carried the wedding invitation ho was in the village When about to get his horse for the lonward trip he ro tl membered that Ails mother wanted some things from Funks grocery In the store he foiilul Dietrich and Mxer Myer had brought In sonic farm prod I uce and wus nit tttng with Gus Funlt the grocers boy- I owe youi dollar ninetyseven but I cant make it said Gus looking into the money drawer I have only one ninetyfive in change Thats near enough Myer Interrupted D etrlch take It and come on I dOt know replied Myer A I penny ere and a penny there and tt dollnr soon gone You put It down Gus find pay mo the next time In Blstc following Dietrich out Jlipros a stingy man for you re uiuikcil Gus to Wllhelm If father owls him an odd sum hell always say slantbuntI 1 ytiufhelm l Theres a llmlt retorted Gus Myer Is an old miser One time I picked tip n flOW apples from under hi I trees and he came out nnd swore hed have me arrested Ilenry Rubb came along and paid for theta and then the I I old coward said I ought to be punish ed anyway nnd he gave me a kick ii that mnde me pore for a week I in tend to get even with him for that kid p some day I believe youre Just the fellow Im looking for Gus Wilhelm declared and lie stayed In tile store and talked for nearly nn hour When be came u out he had a smllo on his face and be bad regained his usual cheerfulness Each tiny until the wedding he curried and brushed Nance until her coat t shone like velvet Whenever he could be took tho church road to his home and when there was no one In sight he urged his mare to her fastest speed and guided her through ditches and over all the rough places that be could find along the road Its no use pulling at my coat old girl declared Wllhelm as he brushed 1 Nance the morning of his sisters wedding I day No you cant have oats or anything else until yousget back I know it seems mean but youll i get all the more by and by Here are some pretty ribbons for you Blue means fiat prize Do you know that There you are as pretty a mare as ever traveled these roads Now watch me old girl Seeone two three 4 four measures of oats In they go No dont putt you canthae a byte now Theyll be there when you get back Im going to hitch you to a buggy and tie you In the yard until 1 Im ready to start Wfcen Wllhelm arrived at the church be fovnd nearly eel of the hitching horsesrty aJf ys 1 1 u n r- i rayy trimmed with plump9and rit rbpnir and bunting VMybtfs horse wag tied to the post nearest the church porch I suppose hed have tied at the porch If the place wasnt reserved for Dietrich Wilhelm muttered ns hr fastened Nance to the fence on the or poslte side of the road lie enter d the church a few minutes before Mi e bridal couple arrived After the last words of the ccreraon i were spoken the little organ seat Jortu a joyous strain and Frit aqd Ann walked down the aisle ward- the door DIetrich alone pr el1lgg them He was to drive tbebome All the other guests kept thftr seat until the chiming of the cl Itch ben announced that the bridal Marty had started for as deeply rooAl as was the belief In tho winnersomen was the belief that misfortune Atmld surely follow the bride In her married life did any In the race pasihor carriage during the run I At the first clang o the bell there was a general and murried uprising Slyer anti Wilhelm t ere the first out and as theY epped on the porch they saw Myers t6rse ti 7ng down the road toward his borne with a broken hitch + lag strap danglinyfe from his bit In frantic anger M er Jumped from the porch and went yelling after the horse Youre going the wrong way to win the race callow some one after him 1Viihelmtihuricd to where Nance was Oatsa whispered in her ear lIe jumped lyn the buggy and drove to Frieda who was standing with a group of girls awaiting their escorts Jump la Frieda Invited Wllhelm- Nance wont stand Frieda glanced at her father In the distanceand then at Myers disappear ling figure Then she accepted the help of WII elms free hand and sprang into the 1uggy In another second the chur h bell for the start and she audAviluelm were speeding with a pairs after tho bridal cou fhother high anti visions of a full ran as she had never Through ditches over ruts i Inch by inch she gained on the other horses until at last she had left them all behind She entered her yard several minutes before the next couple arrived Ann and Fritz had gone Into the house and Dietrich was tying his horses when he caught sight of Wil helm and Frieda- I thought you were to ride with Myer he exclaimed Myer Is running the race with his horse laughed Wllhelm lie went the other WilY Itll have to stand now said Die trich shaking Wllhelms hand You dont seem to be very sorry about It Puss be remarked pinching his daughters cheek as Wilhelm led her in to get the brides first kiss After the last guest had left the church Gus Funk crawled cautiously out through a hole in the foundation of thechurchGee wasnt much of n trick he grinned to change Myers strap for n broken one and to shoo the horse down the rued Its n good thing that Dietrich or the married pair didnt look back Ive got even with Myer all rIghtmore than even I really think he owes me another kick for this morning fun with a good hitching strap thrown In is certainly worth two Prophesied the Phonograph An electrician of New York tins a col lection of prophecies anent the phono graph It Is Interesting to note that Emerson prophesied the phonographs advent He said We make the sun paint our por traits now By and by we shall organ- IC the echoes as we now organize the shadows I Maury In 1S44 prophesied more clearly than Emerson saying What a pity It lathnt M Daguerre instead of photography bad not in vented n process of writing by merely Kpcaklnt through a trumpet at a piece of paper Instead of saying I wrote you a letter last Monday the phrase would have been I spoko you e ream Tom Hood prophesied in his Coml Annual for 1839 In this century of Inventions when a self acting drawing paper has been discovered for copying Invisible ob jects who knows but that some future Daguerre or Ilerschel may find out some sort of Boswelllsh writing paper to repeat whatever It hears John Chinamans Joke All around Chaotung lies abundance of silver copper coal and iron but the Chinese have very primitive ways of getting the minerals They admit foreigners are the best at that kind of thing because they have the power of seeing underground Some years ago two Japanese went to Chaotnng explor lag for sliver The authorities wanted to test their powers They burled some silver Ingots on the parade ground Then they took tho Japanese a walk that way Is there any silver about here they asked No said the Japanese this is not tho kind of toll In which silver is found Then the burled metal was produced from un der their feet amid the loud hilarity of all Celestial officialdom since which time the Chaotungese have bad a pro digious contempt for foreigners Old Pali A member of the school boardof Cleveland was once addressing a class when be touched upoa the beauties of friendshipFriendship boys and girls said he is a thing to be cultivated and prac ticed by all of us Read and ponder the stories of the great friendships of sacred and profane history Take them for your models David and Jonathan Damon and Pythias and Scylla and Charybdlf Harpers Weekly t d Y + i- FAMNKLIN s G q COUNTY OORROPTELECTIfNSThe nounced as DebairthVfS 6fK the Ballot Box byn f democratic Paper In Frankfort 3 trt By tho time this paper goes to press the election will be nearly over and If It Is carried on out in the state as It Is In this city may God savo the coun try The Beckham followers Who posg as reformers and more holy than thou people are the ddbauchers of the ballot box In this city Thorn has been a wholesale buying of votes here and an attempt to vote negroes that wore not even registered as rem ocrats All the ward heelers about town were bnsy as bees If this pol icy Is carried on generally In the state the grand old Democratic party Is in bad hands We do not know how It Is In other laces but it is to be hoped thatthis the capital city Is the only place In the state where bribery In elections goes unpunished where votes are bought openly As it la done hero only by the friends of Gov Bockham we wonder if ho has not promised to pardon all his friends who are election offenders Frankfort CalL GOVERNOR BECKHAMS TEMPERANCE RECORD During the controversy at Frank fort over what is known as temper 1 ance legislation a newspaper published at that place printed tote letter cop led below with the statement that itIhad been written by one General cy Haly to Judge Lassing but by ac Icdent or chance never mailed to him Judge Lasslng was one of Governor Beckhams personal and political friends who bad become frightened atI tho governors seeming enmity to whisky Interests and wrote to General Haly warning him of the danger of going too far In that direction Whereupon General Haly to assure Judge Lassing that there was no danger and that they were only paying politics wrote Judge Lassing ter published belowIGeneral Haly as is known is Gov ernor Beckhams closest personal friend and chic political advisor The words The Chief as used In the letter refer to Governor Beckham General Haly denied writing the let ter and a suit for damages In Andar son county followed and In that Dem ocratic county before a Democratic Judge a jury nearly all of whom were Democrats decided on the testi mony that Ial did write the letter It fairly describes the position of these latterday temperance pretend ers The Chief being the Democratic nominee for United States senator Every man in Kentucky should read It and decide whether such people are worthy of the support of a Kentucky constituencyl State of Kentucky Adjutaut Gen erals OfficeFrankfort March 21 1906 Judge John M Lassing Burling ton Ky Dear Judge Your letter to hand Dont be alarmed about tho State Journals charges of bribery against tho rectifiers or at Governor Beck hams hint for an investigation You are right It might embarrass us too and Beckham and all of us know tt Wo know there has been dirty work done among the rectifiers but we are Just using that to bluff them to pass the tax bill for we must have more money to meet tho big increased ap propriation or the voters will kick out So you see outward looks dont count for much and the Chief knows what he Is doing We will got more money by this deal keep the country people in line and then well get the rectifiers and others back so as to still have the city organizatlona safe The temperance bill was worked the same way We all fought that bill but when we saw one had to puts and that passing tho County Unit bill with all the big cities exempt will satisfy the liquor people in the cities and tho temperance folks in the coun try and safely put the whole matter out of politics which Is pretty smooth work for the leaders wo Just deity ered the goods to both sides Bock ham will do now as then and therell be no Investigation either y With kindest regards I am Very truly your friend PERCY HALT Gross Extravagance by the bertidoratlo Administration- Mr Hager said In his Elkton speech that if he was elected governor that he would use the peoples money ju diciously and wisely We hope this Is no reflection on the present gov error but doesnt It jar you coming from one who his been Identified wIth the gross extravagance of tht present admlBUtraUont Callowajr Times om I Copyright 1907 by Hart Schaffner fcf Marx V I Some day when you feel quite like spending some 1 i Jr Overcoat money wed like to take you in hand and 1 put you next to some of our Hart Schaffner 4 Marx l 4 Overcoats Youll see some of the smartest Overcoats I 7 you ever saw or ever will see 18 to 25 + We show one of the latest here but weve lots of gladJj1 6All r are = + wool no cotton fraud about them t Besides the Hart Schaffner 4 Marx high=grade tIclothes from 18 to 25 we carry a complete line of i 4 Suits and Overcoats from which any size purse can t be accommodated t t EPI BARNES BROS iti tBEAVER DAM KENTUCKY ft VEILED MYSTERY VISITS PARK CITY RESIDENTS Rings Up Citizens After Midnight and Asks for Work Prob ably Insane Bowling Green Ky Nov 24The- Park City is stlred up over the vlslta tion of a veiled woman who variouswandering about at night in portions of the city Several nights ago a resident was awakened at 120 n m by a ring at his door bell and when he opened the door hewas con fronted by the specter wraith or what over it iswltb the remark that It want ed work The person spoke in a mono otone voice which might belong to one of either sex and local men are of the belief It Is some demented person The police are certain howeverthat it Is a man who is getting tho lay ol the land for future burglaries and 11 ItonceThe negroes are Ina spasm of su perstitious fear SMALLHOUS NOT 26Rev G H Ldwrejicetill- ad his regular nous church Saturday evening and Sunday Owing to the Incieinpn t weather Baturdaythere were not man y attended church meeting and the elec l tI 4 4rs s J Iir 4 tlon of a pastor w postponed until the next rCUlo1meeUngln December Saturday before the fourth Sunday Mr Ernest Doll Matanzas attended SundayI were tho guests of Mr ahd Mrs Herbert Myers I at Beaver Jam Saturday evening and Sunday Robert Hunter and son Ed 1Hunter were the guests of Mrs S sdayI and brother S iE Hunterttended the protracted meeting at Waltons Meek Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night They were the guests of Misses Dora and Minnie Bean Centertown I Mr Klan Tlchenor ho is the guest of his mother will return to Kansas next Thursday Mr Guy Barnard Beaver Dam was In our midst from Thursday until Sunday t v II Mr and Mrs Ersklne Fulkerson are moving to the Bluff near South Car- rollton today Miss Alice Fulkerson is the guest of Mr Will KittlYsf family at Klrtlya landing at the bedside of Mrs Roy Fulkerson and a little child of Mr who is quite sickL MessrsQ T S Overton and Jas H Fulkerson spent last week at Hart ford on the jury Mrs OTB Overton was tho4guest cf Mrs Bob Bennett at Beda recently 1 I Mr Tichenbr Matanzas has se cured a position in Barnard and Kit tingera store recently held by Mr Jess I l Of W cKirtley who has gone td Bowling Green Fla A Remedy for Neural ia or Pain in the Nerves F neuralgia and sciatica Sloans Liniment has no equal It has a powerfully sedative effect on the nerve penetrates without rublng andglves t the circulation of the blood and gives a pleasant sensation of Comfort and warmthFor threo years I suffered with neuralgia in the head and Jawswrlte8 J P Hubbard of Marietta S Cand had almost decided to have three of m teeth puled when a friend recomi1 mepded me to buy a twentyfive cent i bottle of Sloans Liniment I did so and experienced imedlate relief and I kept on using it until the neuralgia was entirely cured I wlll never be without a bottle of Sloans Liniment in my house again I use It also for insect bites and sore throat and I can cheerflly recommend it to any ono wbJcI fi Electrotyped Ideas A writer In Science asserts that lit elecfrotyplng of a scientific bo ought not to be permitted for it al whys means that the publisher propos es to keep It In esentlally its present to keep It in essentially its present 1r jWeand disowned ideas merely because our publishers prefer to embalm them by electrotyping Y 1 1KI ujF r A1 f I l i I J v 1I 1 k ti II I I II t J Tt H t I Ii T T 7 a4JJJ U n 4K i c IJI 7fAW c f+ lI I r I j3t111L1y tfoc4 xt1i tin y 1 ilv I IR9 1rwfjojr 11y yJ t i t I i Ovly a Y i Z t rfr a 4i a Il Vs d r iin f 4 r I lLN1t1dlal The I tidal RceJ By ine Evans Copyrighted ISOTi by C flt SuicUffe TftTYTTTTTV V777 7V777777 n I want you to ride In the bridal ratv with me Frieda said Wllbslcj Ittu v us be stood ready to mount Black Nance after baying delivered his sis fr ters wedding Invitation to Farmer Die trichs familyr I cant answered Frieda Dleirlch riwithregret In her eyes and voice Fa flier has promised Amll Myer that I shall ride with him You wouldnt do that Frieda pleaded WUhelui Ive never told you I t so but as long back as I ecu remember p Ive counted on your being my wif 4some day You wont ride In the bridal race with any other man Frieda Tell f WIIhelmn Id llfee to ride with you Wllhem but I cant I must do as father says t sand the tears welled to Friedas eyes as she turned and went Into the house Dejection and gloom took possession tiHofWllbelin as he rode away I dont believe that Frieda really cnres for Myer he soliloquized lie must be at least ten years older tbau she Is but hes got his farm clear nnl money In the bank and of course tint goodtning the race with Nance out If be dues Wllbelms face looked dnrkI 1andthreatening and then perturI hip tli lights dashed back to a lntiHI night when he a half grown bar sat bv the fireplace In Steins large Uiiei anti with bulging eyes and open mouth listened to old Granny Stein tell weird stories of her fatherland Just as viv idly as he did that night Wllholm cojd see the old womans face grow witch- like i a nil uncanny under the tllikerinir firelight as she told of u couple who nfteewlnnlng the bridal race had dl regarded the omen and haJ refused no marry Love had changed to Hate nniV so bitter was the new pirsbu that Ahey traveled fur away frtru their t alive home III hope of never meeting igaln When a twelvemonth passed tlie tire tuna gained possession of their souls t nUll constantly and unceasingly be pur sued them bringing them mnrer nnd nearer together until he succeeded In I driving thorn close enough to with lily Ilitlitnliiii At firL there was a great circle but It grewsmaller and smaller until the man amy woman met nnd thun In u Hash an a roar they disappeared and wer never seam ngalu 1Vlhem knew that If Frledn entered tin bridal rice with Myer I she would be Irrevocably lost to him One y Wilhelm had carried the we dug Invitation bo was In the village When about to get his horse for the Ianeward trip here j membered that ils mother wanted some things from Funks grocery In + the store ho found Dietrich and Mjer Myer had brought In some farm prod uce and was slewing with Gus Fun the grocers boy I I owe yoma dollar ninetyseven but- T cant wok it said Gus looking Into wer VI have only on tnlnetydlvein change euQUgh Myer Interrupted D etrleh take It and come on I doyit know replied Myer A penny ere and a penny there and si dollar soon gone You put It down Gus nd pay mo the next time In Blstcyl Myer following Dietrich out wipres a stingy than for you re tun ked Gus to Wilhelm If hither r ogles him an odd sum hell always say liven It up Funk a few pennies rtmt count and father will even It up 11om dont have money unices you It Gus my boy responded WII helm Theres a llmlt retorted Gus flyer Is nu old miser One time I picked up n few npplos from under his r trees and he came out and swore hed I have me arrested Ilenry Rubb came theIed anyway and he gave me a kick that made me sore for a week I in tend to get even with him for that kick some day I believe youre Just the fellow Im looklpg for Gus Wilhelm declared and he stayed In tine store and talked for nearly an hour When he came out he had a smllo on his face and be bad regained hIs usual cheerfulness Each day until the wedding be curried and brushed Nance until her coat shone like velvet Whenever he could be took the church road to his home and when there was no one In sight+ be urged his mare to her fastest speed and guided her through ditches and over all the rough places that he could find along the road Its no use pulling at my coat old y girl declared Wilhelm as he brushed I Nance the morning of his sisters wed- dIngt day No you cant have oats or anything else until you get back I 1 know It seems mean Nance but youll t get all the more by and by Here ore some pretty ribbons for you Blue means firvt prize Do you know that There you are as pretty a mare as ever traveled these roads Now watch me old girl Seeone two three r four measures of oats In they o- No dont putt you cant have a bite Theyll be there when you get 3back Im going to hitch you to a t buggy and tie you In the yard until Im ready to start Y Wnea Wilhelm arrived at the church be reread nearly ell of the hitching place occupied There were horses ui Ytilcto of all carte and all were t 4 s 4 Px y8 l fcayly trimmed with plumesltpd rltfcv spas and bunting Myora horse imp tied to the post nearest the church porchI suppose hed hove tied at the porch If the place wasnt reserved for Dietrich Wilhelm muttered as ba fastened Nance to the fence on the onf Iposlte side of the road no enter d the church a few minutes before tftie bridal couple arrived After the last words of the ceremony Here spoken the little organ acv tforth a Joyous strain and Fsltngd Ann walked down the aisle nand the door Dietrich alone projecting them lIe was to drive the home All the other guests kept tlJjfr spatS1 until the chiming of the clifrch bell announced that the bridal ffirty had started for as deeply roowti as was the belief In the winner omen was the belief that misfortune Aould surely follow the bride In her married life did any In the race pas her carriage during the run themewas a general and Miirrled Myer nnd Wilhelm 1 ere the first out and as they jtcppcdon the porch they saw Myers rye t1 Ing down the road toward his home 1 Ith n broken bitch ing strap dangllnc from his bit In frantic anger Myer Jumped from the porch and went yelling after the horse Youre going the wrong way to win the race callow some one after him Wilhelm burned to where Nance was tied Oatslie whispered In her ear He jumped lyn the buggy nnd drove to Frieda who was standing with a group of girls aw Ming their escorts Jump 16 Frieda Invited Wilhelm j Nance wont stand Frieda glanced at her father in the disappearIof Nil elms free hand and sprang into the liuggy In another second the ehur h bell rang for the start and she aIPi Pith cars high and visions of a full fed box Nance ran as she had never run before Through ditches over ruts and stones Inch by Inch she gained on the other horses until at last she had left them all behind She entered her yard several minutes before the next couple arrived Ann and Fritz had gone into the bouse nnd Dietrich was tying his horses when be caught sight of WIl belm and Frieda I thought you were to rIde with Myer he exclaimed Myer Is running the race with his horse laughed Wilhelm lie went the other way Itll have to stand now said Dietrich shaking Wllhelms hand You dont seem to be very sorry about It Puss he remarked pinching his daughters cheek as Wilhelm led her In to get the brides first kiss After the last guest had left the church Gus Funk crawled cautiously out through a hole in the foundation of the church Gee that wasnt much of n trick he grinned to change Myers strap for a broken one and to shoo the horse down the road Its a good thing that Dietrich or the married pair didnt look back Ive got even with Myer all rIghtmore than even I really think be owes me another kick for this mornings fun with a good hitching strap thrown In Is certainly worth two Prophesied the Phonograph An electrician of New York has a collection of prophecies anent the phone graph It Is Interesting to note that Emerson prophesied the phonographs advent lie said We make the sun paint our portraits now By and by we shall organ Ixe the echoes as we now organize the shadows I Maury In 1S44 prophesied more clearly than Emerson saying What a pity It Itbat M Daguerre Instead of photography had not Invented n process of writing by merely speaking through n trumpet at n piece of paper Instead of saying I wrote you a letter last Monday tho phrase would have been 4I spoko you 4 ream Tom Hood prophesied In hIs Coml Annual for 1830 In this century of Inventions when a self acting drawing paper has been discovered for copying Invisible ob jects who knows but that some future Daguerre or Herschel may find out some sort of Boswclllsb writing paper to repeat whatever It bears John Chinamans Joke All around Chaotung lies abundance of silver copper coal and the Chinese have very primitive ways of getting the minerals They admit foreigners are the best at that kind of thing because they have the power of seeing underground Some years ago two Japanese went to Chnotnng explor ing for sliver The authorities wanted to test their powers They burled some sliver Ingots on the parade ground Then they took the Japanese a walk that way Is there any silver about here they asked No said the Japanese this Is not the kind of soil in sliver is found Then the burled metal was produced from un der their feet amld the loud hilarity of all Celestial officialdom since which time the Chaotungese have had a pro digious contempt for foreigners Old Pats A member of the school boardof Cleveland was once addressing a class when he touched upo the beauties of friendshipFriendship boys and girls said he lsa thing to be cultivated and prac tired by all otulRead and ponder the stories of the great friendships of sacred and profane history Take them for your modelsDavid mad Jonathan Damon and Pythias and and CharybdtaEarperf Weekly r I I 10r lq ANKbINCOUNTyr CORRUPTELECflQNS 4 The Beckhanr Fallowers peg- nouncedasDebattiClilf b1r the Ballot Box by ar democratic Paper In Frankfort v t riff fll 1 By the time this paper goes to press the election will be pearly bierand fr It is earned on out In the state as it is In this city may God savo the coun try The Beckham followers Who pose as reformers and more holy than thou people are the ddbauchers of the ballot box in this city There has been a wholesale buying of votes here and an attempt to vote negroes that wore not oven registered asi bem ocrats All the ward heelers about town were busy as bees It this pol toy Is carried on generally In the state tho grand old Democratic party Is In bad hands We do not know how it Is In other laces but It is to be hoped that this the capital city is the only place In the state where bribery in elections goes unpunished where votes are bought openly As It Is done hero only by the friends of Gov Bockham we wonder If he has not promised to pardon all his friends who are election offenders Frankfort CalL GOVERNOR BECKHAMS x TEMPERANCE RECORb During the controversy at Frank fort over what Is known as temper I ance legislation a newspaper publish ed at that place printed the letter cop- Ied below with the statement that it had been written by one General Per cy Haly to Judgo Lasslng but by ac Icdent or chance never mailed to him Judge Lasslng was one of Governor Beckhams personal and political friends who had become frightened at the governors socmlnfT enmity to the whisky Interests and wrote to Gen oral Haly warning him of the danger of going too far in that direction Whereupon General Haly to assure Judge Lasslng that there was no dan ger and that they were only playing politics wrote Judge Lasslng the let ter published belowrGeneral Haly as Is known Is Gov ernor Beckhama closest personal friend and chief political adviser The words The Chief as used In the letter refer to Governor Beckham General Haly denied writing the let ter and a suit for damages In Andsr son county followed nnd In that Dem ocratic county before a Democratic judge a jury nearly all of whom were Democrats decided on the testi mony that fal did write the letter It fairly describes the position of these latterday temperance pretend ers The Chief being the Democratic nominee for United States senator Every man In Kentucky should read It nnd decide whether such people are worthy of the support of a Kentucky constituency v IjI Stato of Kentucky Adjutant Gen erals Office Frankfort March 21 1906 Judge John M Lasslng hurling ton Ky Dar Judge Your letter to hand Dont be alarmed about tho State Journals charges of bribery against the rectifiers or at Governor Beck hams hint for an Investigation You are right it might embarrass us too and Beckham and all of us know it Wo know there has been dirty work dono among tho rectifiers but wd are just using that to bluff them to pass the tax bill for we must have more money to meet the big increased ap propriation or the voters will kick out So you seo outward looks dont count for much and the Chief knows what he is doing We will got more money by this deal keep the country people In line and then well get the rectifiers and others back so aa to etlll have the city organlatlonsafe The temperance bill was worked tho same way We all fought that bill but when we saw one had to puss and that passing tho County Unit bill with all the big cities exempt will satisfy the liquor people in the cities and tho temperance folks in the country and safely put the whole matte out of politics which Is pretty work for the leaders we Just delivered the goods to both sides Bock ham will do now as then and therell be no Investigation either With kindest regards I am Very truly your friend PERCY HALT Groia Extravaganceeby theurnoratto AdmInistrationIMr Hager said in his Elkton speech that If he was elected governor that he would use the peoples mon YJu diciously and wisely We hope this Is no reflection on the present gor error but doesnt It Jar yk jcomlng from onevwho his been Identified with the grow extravagance of the preent RdmlBlstratlonT Galloway Time Dea a l jv ftj J 01 zI Copyright 1907 by Hart Schaffner tf Marx v r s Some day when you feel quite like spending some Ii tOvercoat money wed like to take you in hand and jfc put you next to some of our Hart Schaffner 4 Marx IjL Overcoats Youllsee some of the smartest Overcoats 4 T you ever saw or ever will see 18 to 25 4We show one of the latest here but weve lots of + others too And such Suits as any man can be glad If f to own 18 tb 25 + v + All Hart Schaffner 4 Marx goods are strictly all= 2 + wool no cotton fraud about them I T Besides the Hart Schaffner 4 Marx high=grade clothes from 18 to 25 we carry a complete line of 2 4 Suits and Overcoats from which any size purse can T be accommodated f Li t E F P BARNES BROS if tBEAVER DAM KENTUCKY ft JliDJ q JiJl I u j VEILED MYSTERY VISITS PARK CITY RESIDENTS Rings Up Citizens After Midnight and Asks for Work Prob ably Insane Bowling Green Ky Nov 24The Park City is stlred up over the visita tion of a veiled woman + who has ben wandering about at night In various portions of the city Several nights ago a resident was awakened at 120 n m by a ring at his door bell and when ho opened the door hewas confronted by the specter wraith or what over it Iswith the remark that it wanted work The person spoke in a mon atone voice which might belong to lone of either sex and local men are of the belief It1 Is some demented person The police are certain howeverUiat It is a man who is getting the lay of the land for future burglaries and It he is seen lie will be locked once upIt The negroes are in a spasm of superstitious fear SMALLHOUS NOT 25Rev Q H Lawrepce JUl ed his regular appointment atSraall hpuB church Saturday evening and inclementweather attended church meetlngand the ilc l vc 1 AQii f j tlon of a pasfor was postponed until the next regular meeting in December Saturday before the fourth Sunday j Mr Ernest Bell Matanzas attended church ti erj laSt Sunday I Mr and ilrsABerry Bishop were the guests of lUr and Mrs Herbert Myers at Beaver paw Saturday evening andI Sunday Mrs Robert Hunter and son Ed Hunter were the guests of Mrs S J JawklnsjXuesday IMls8Etife Hunter and brother S protrctedIs night Sunday and Sunday night They were the guests of Misses Bera and Minnie Bean CcntertoWn 4 Mr Klah Tlcbnorwho is the guest of his mother wlll return to Kansas next Thursday MR Guy Barnard Beaver Dam was in our midst from Thursday until Sunday I v I Mr and Mrs Erskine FulkerBon are moVing to the Bluff near South Car rollton today 1168 Fulkerson Is the guest of Mr Will KlftlyVfamily at K rtlys landing at the bedside of Mrs Roy Fiilkersoa iitla little child of Mr Kirtlya who la quite sick Messrs T SOverton and Jas Hartford st1bfMrs1ly i t Mr Tlchenbr Matahzafe has se Kitfingers J Y t T tN WII DowlingGrcbn A Remedy for Neuralgia or Pain in the Nerves Fqjneuralgia and scIatica Sloaiis has no equal It has a powerfully sedative effect on the nerve penetrates without cubing and gives the circulation of the blood and gives l a pleasant sensation of comfort and warmth For threo years I suffered with jawswritesJhad almost decided to have three of m teeth puled when a friend recomr tYentytlvecentbottle and experienced Imediate reliofi and I kept on using it until the neuralgia was entirely cured I will never be without a bottle of Sloans Llniment in my house again I use It alsoT for in sect bItes and sore throat and I ca cheerflly recommend it to any ot who aufers from any of the ills whir J I have mentioned SElectrotypedA writer In Science asserts that I t ele trot plDg of a scientific bought not to be permitted fprjttwdys means that tho sea to keep it in esentlally its present tqlifWe ought not to be tied to our dead bldllOwne41deumer81Y Because ourxpuhllsherBrprcfcr to embalm them by electrotyping r 1 c