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It1err 11 t Jrj Vj 1 1 t 1 Y iA 1 x r u rrxt 1 1 0 1 1 i 10 1ff1 i + I JiI i tT T + jtJt t I- iJ r tY 1 1117 iii 1it 11j7 JF j I I 1 lrItf u J I it 41 p ij r rperIffIi tl yLs i o 1907 No2 l3ior T wi htAME I- SfiOVERNOR 1 f t j Ceremoniesr occas Eve the waS In by Ini o pI l I i I until the very hour of the ceremony and it was estimated that fully 10000 visitors thronged the little city by the Kentucky river The sun did not shine on the new Governor Not even a ray felUon him as he stood with uncovered head andI delivered his address outlining some of the things for which he expects to stand during the next four years Snow flurries added their touch to the winter atmosphere the pavements I were soggy and like lumps of ice and the wind blew chill r But Augustus B Willson smiled Weather could not affect that smile the night of No It was acquired on vember 5 and has been evrpresent since that time Always Gov Willso smiles He has the pleased look which can only come to a man who has accomplished that dream whloh has at times seemed So distant of which he has thought so toot His ambition had been B tjfied TO be Governor of Kentuckvlected by the vote of the people Is a great and signal hqnor and one might well smile over the accom plishment of it especially when one I has had the ambition t9 be Governor for all of ones life as it is said that Gov Willson hasISo he smiled He smiled on every l body He shook hands with every and always he smiled Even when he was taking the oath of office he smil ed In the midst of the solemnity of I the oath the new Governor hearing I that portion of the oath which required him to say that ho had never fought a duel smiled Absence of the militia of the State I KenItuckysuits and shining guns and the cadets I e of the Kentucky Military Institute furnished the necessary display of force 1f arms Gov Willson was inaugurated and took the oath of once Just two min after noon the end of his address 1utes was greeted by the people with devoted interest and unflagging atten tion coining Just before the meridian + Chief Justice Edward C dRear admin istered the oath Gov Willson stand Ing ou the platform facing him wl his right hand upraised as the hI Justice read the oath provided by I Confetiiutlou of the State As this oficial concluded them mpressive ques duns as to his allegiance to the State ad MB Intention to carrry out tho laws Gov Willson bowed his head aud replied firmly I do Theo he clasped Chief JusticeI ORears extended hand stepped down into the crowd on the platform andI tenderly kissed his wife who stoodat Ills side during what was pofhapg one of the most solemn moments in his i life Immediately afterward Lieut GpV W H Cox took the oath of of t lice and became the second highest a officer ofvlhe Commonwealth Judge oRear administered the oath to him fl The new Governor beganhls tour t r year term In true Republican fash Jen His office was thrown open sand he extended a cordial welcome tp everybody ahd made everybody feel comfortableand at home in the Executive Ho was everywhere shaking hands dud smiling and al ways Wit ian for business When itwasr suggested to him that io had no dinner it then being 2 oclock he said Now is want to see you all I- rdo not want any man who came all v the way frpmVhls home 0 Frankfort for this occasion Jto go away without shaking hands mC lcan do without dinner all right This was thee ot the bccaaipn and Gpy VflUiron leftAiyerybpd vtth aat gpodtABw in their mouths and ill win o or wat backo teket mere jI I tl J J7 a + i feeling that the new GpyerarU t manmy 1 Fromight to nine ocioelC Tuesday evening Agrand DUblic reception wd L by the new Governor at thc j pl 1 Theot the hotel was jammed to Its doors l b Torev tt time the reception was to begin and- a great crowd of in the Land e for the opportunity lo pasa li grasped the hands of UitTdlstin theirrreceiving line V i Following the ecepUonirythe Governors party and th VI and citizens went to the Collseunjj skating rink where every preparation had- e been made for the ball As the strains of the grand march sounded out from tuneful instruments tiVillsonmthebrilfllant lino of distinguished guests It made the circuit of the room wheeled ands went down the center and made- a number of evolutions that were greeted with tremendous applause by those who were watching from the gallery at the side This Was the only ceremonial feature of the gathering When the last strains of the march had ceased andI the line had resolved Itself into Its original units the ball became a popular functfon In which almost every one present had a shareIDance after dance followed and the many couples seemed indefatigable in pursuit of its terpsichrorean delights prolonging its pleasures until the ear ly hours of the morningIWhen at last the throng relunctant ly left the building to the dying notesI of My Old Kentucky Home it was declared without dissenting voice that since the day when Gov Garrard was inaugurated there had never been in the history of Frankfort an event soI wholly succ ul and enjoyed by soI vast a multitude BARN TT APPOINTED REMARSNAL Ohio County Wan Named For a IGood Place By Auditor I Filectt Frankfort KyDec 9All Frank fort was in a receptive mood tonight for the many anteinauguration ap pdlhtments which were made by theJ new boficials chief among which was 2 that of C M Barnett of Hartford who was apointed by Audior Frank James as State Fire Marshal to succeed Mott AyersfMr Barnett is one of the most prominent I Republicans in Kentuckyhaving formerly been Surveyor of the Port at Louisville and was prominently mentioned as a candidate for the State Audltorshlp prior to he convenion ofr last June Although he is at present President of the American Society of Equity Mr Barnett said tonight that ho will not allow this to interfere with the duties Pf his office in any way as he intends Ito carry out the law and investigate every ease where there Js the least suspicion of incendiarism- He 1 heartily denounced the recent raids of the night riders at Hopklns r ville and otherr points and said that neither the American Society fo Equl = ty nor any other society or organization would have power enough to protect its individual members who guilty of criminal misconduct Secretary of Stuto Ben L Bruner announced the apopmtment of Jackson Morris pf McKee Jackspn county asr his assistant Mr M9FslsOlW of th bestk own ppublicans In the eastern sectlonr of tho ij te and has been i prominently connected with he Sato mllltl having been suggested for the ORltlon of Adjutant General j It was states tonight that several Important apolntmentB will be madej dmorrow afternoon when Will son willpublicly announce theappoint neht pf McKenzie private se- cretryJrI H ThacherState Inspectorr I and Exam frer and Col Albert Scott member of the State Board of S trot pf Public Charities FnI I v Sued for DivorceIDec 10Leander IttmOI1ago has been sued taro by t bas ffifet for a divorce and alimony is his store and all other property tat haVAs he 1st postmaster at TowDByilje he has been allowed tp ke p torre open where he has the nOitofflce r W r 9 iw 1 tit fL t i 71t j sir INDORSES NATION rt e AE CONVENTION Does Ohio County Union Without Dissenting Voice beIUs Received At the meeting of the County Union of the A S of E held here last Sat urday there seemed to be a ggeneral demand that Mr M Fr Sharp a del egate to the National union give a history of the convention and the facts leading up to the turning down of Everitt as National President Mr Sharp responded prefacing his discussion by the statement that probably every delegate in attendance had with in the past year or two had heard it rumored that there was something wrong about the National manage ment of the A S ofE This seemed to be the universal sentiment of the delegates But in the face of this continued the speaker We all admired Mr Everkt as the originator the great plan of the American Society of Equity and were ready and willing to overrlook and forrgivo a few short comings In him This spirit he said prevailed and dominat the mind and action of practically wheulItmade clear to the delegates that MrL Everitt had used the order and the position as President thereof to ad vance his own personal cudes the delfegates clamored for some other as the head of the organization and it was in response to this public demand that Mr Everltt publicly announced that he would not permit his name to be offered for reelection Mr Sharp read memoranda of specific charges against Mr Everitt to the effect that he turned over to his newspaper UptoDate Farming 125 on each yearly dues sent in by members of the A S of E at large that should go to the National Treasury thus aproprlated hundreds of dollars yearly to his own uso and benefit that belonged to the American So- cIety of Equity He said that it was proven by overwhelming evidence that Mr Everitt in conducting his seed business had sent to Southern Indiana and bought carloads of No common wheat and had it shipped In and sold it as flue seed wheat at three or four dollars a bushel Many other discreditable things he said were proven against Everitt all- of which led the delegates to be seech him not to permit his name to be presented to the convention for re election all of whclh Mrr Everitt did with seeming satisfaction and after the National officers were elected tfr Everitt expressed himself as be- Ing well pleased witlf the selection It was not said Mrr Sharp until the fifty year contract for tho pub elation of the official organ which te as President made with himself publisher of the Uptopate Farming was repudiated by the convention that lr Everitt kicked out of he harness Mr Sharp was warmly applauded md it could be plainly seen ere the vote was taken how the people stood on the matter A rising vote was takit en and not a one present rose in opposition to the pi oposUion to Indorse t the action of the recent National Coni ventlonaIt was announced that during the leellng that all inferior tobacco such is trash and a few other grradeswill this year be prized and shipped Immc lately after its receipt and sold ont the market Just as quickly as possl lo The reason is that these low grades mixed among the Green Rivert very much lessens the opportunities for the sale of same and will bring as much put on tile market when re elved as it wil to hold it over re dry it and hold with hte Green RiverI The minutes of the days proceed E igs follow The Ohio County Union of the A 6t E met in call session at the M court house in Hartford ec7 19b7amd was called to ordert by County President David Moreland who stated the object of the meeting s embraced in the following call To the Ipcal union of A S of E iroughout the county you will please ike notice that the county union of hlo county Js called to meet at the court House In Hartford Vn Dec 7 9Q7 10 a jn r theurposq1 pt eri orain the nctiou pf tha onal t Jal6nanits electionlot 4 atflcerreat J t x k t4 iIndlto sottle the tobacco question that Is agitating the minds of he people so muchCouutySecretaiy C M Barnett he Headquartersated Secretary pro tem Moved by Rev J D Burch and seconded by Jick Miller that the Ohio County Union of the A S of E en dorse the election of National officers at the meeting of the National Union at Indianapolis Ind Oct 2226 1907 It was Dudley Ford that the motion be amended Ee as to include an endorsement of the new official organ pf the A S of E EquityFarn Journal The amendment was accept ed by the mover and seconder and the vote being taken resulted unanimously in favor of the motion At this point adjournment was had until after noon On convening after noon it was mov ed by Rousseau Weller and seconded by Jack Miller that none but delegates- be allowed to vote on any question and that a door keeper be appointed The vote resulted In favor of the mo tion and Jack Miller was appointed Moved by S L Stevens and second ed by Rousseau Weller that we adhere to our old rules of selecting mho pld- est tobacco of like type first and thus sell the 1906 tobacco before the 1907 Is offered for sale The motion was carried without a dissenting vote Moved by J D Burch and seconded by w A Clark that the body go Into executive or secret session and that no one be allowed to be in attend un e except members of the A S of in good standing The vote re in favor of the motion It was then moved by Tuck Miller and seconded by John Sanderfur that he President appoint a committee of to meet with the executive board it Oveasboro Ky The vote being taken the motion carried unanimously and President Moreland named the members of the County Bdavd On motion of George lllckey seconded by John Miller the Equity pooling loupes of Hartford Beaver Dam and Cry miwell were directed to open for tho reception of tobacco Dece 16th 907 Moved by John Sanderfur and seconded by J S Cecil that the man- agErs of the respective houses do the grading Motion carriedh Moved by Jack Miller and second ed by H D Burch that all parties having claims against the County Un same at the County Un iufPresent meets January 3d 1908 There being no other business a motion to adjourn prevailed David Moreland Pres CE Smith Secy pro tern PARDON MILL GETS BUSY ON LAST DAY Beckham Tries to Put a Few Props Under Broken Machine Frankfort Ky Dec 9The rul- Ing passion of Kentuckys Governor which is strong even unto deathwas evidenced again today when during the last hours of his official life as the States Chief Executive Gov Beck ham granted four pardons two to murderers one toa bigamist and one o a man accused of obtaining money I under false pretenses He also commuted a life sentence for murder to term of ten years A pardon was granted Dempsey West who killed Esrom Lawson and General Williams in Whitley county whileS trying to arrest Williams He vas sentenced for two years Sarah Stanford convicted for bigamy and se cnced to three yearsfrom le Campbell County Court was also pardoned While her husband Clarence Stanford was living she married George Mills in Clinton couutyApril 17 of this year being under the Impression that her husband was dead Orvel Henry convicted for man slaughter having killc I Holly L Cox In Wolfe county was pardoned and C Nelson or Smlthlandconvlctedj of forgery and Sam Harrdo of Wood unIderliberty Thomas McNeal who murdered his wife Ella in Greenup county and given a life sentence had his term cut down to ten years I IIrttinonPPlJCtP Barnett k Smith 18ttI rAN TO RECALL AMBASSADOR Wadt0 send a Bigger Man c i She Now Has Preside QOseyelt Again An noun that He Will Not UAgain at Through thT at Tokyo the erJcan Ambassador the been informa Department has Takahira will Jt Baron Kogoro ceed Viscount a 3obabtlity Bc work dor at Washingtdaneso Ambassa with ment will undoubted the nPPont the this government W5 acceptable to for the recall of vtlle reasons Chief prospective appointing and the termare not the Takahira Japan wishes to havee Is that a man of pronounced ttjshington mous for his ability to Vnd fa spirit as well as the lettetto the of structlons of his a In HEpaneseBaron Takahira is a man ofV3 personality and has earned thcte tatlon in Washington where h resented his country as Minister Will 1901 to 1905 of being a dlplkra of tho greatest skill and one k presses negotiations in which h country is interested with extrem posiiiveness He is on good terms with President Roosevelt The Interest of the convention the Rivers and harbors Congress n session in Washington this centered In the speech of James 3111 one of the greatest figures In he business world today who w Introduced as a wizard of transpo- tation asII and one of the greatest road builders in thp world 16 most Intense enthusiasm was created among the 2500 delegates by lills declaration that the raflroa- of the country would support cordial ly any proper plan for the develo meat of tho legitimate water of the United States He produc figures to show that the traffic of country had become so great and asIincreasing so tremendously that was Beyond the physical power of t railroads to handle t He made a mos Important and significant statement jf tho attitude of railroad men toward legislation which has been directed declared tfiat all the railroads asked against mail carrlerrs in America was pennlslon to conduct their was permission to conduct their bus tlations and fair laws That cannot be I cannot sem beyond my presnet term I am graxe ful to the American people for the Ir kindly feeling toward me but somebody else must carry on the work presIIdentby the prominent er Samuel Watts of Lewiston Pa that the people of that State wanted him for another term There are many circumstantial events which IndicateI the dedlslon of the President final and tho belief Is current among leading politicians that this announcement will soon be made officially to tho people of the country There Is ample evidence that Mr Roosevelt proposes to give every asistance in his power to bring about the nomination of Secretary Taft Ho believes that Taft will bo nominated and elected and he will stand by him to the astSurprise Birthday Celebration- Mr H C Igleheart of near Center town was given a surprise dinner by- his wife Mrs Belle Igleheart on last unday in honor of his fortythird birthday Many presents were recelv ed by Mr Igleheart Mr Marios Taught furnished splendid music on tho graphophonc A fine dinner was served to the relatives and friends in attendance In tho afternoon a few remarks were made by Mr L J Ig iheart after which the crowd was led- Iin prayer by Mr L B Lonoy The following were present Mr nd Mrs W I Igleheart Mr and Mrs L J Igleheart Mr and Mrs J A ocker Mr and Mrrs Joe MillerMr mud Mrs Willie Hocker Mr and Mrs omrnie Hunterr Mr and Mrs Mac Ross Mr and Mrs Marlon Faught Mr and Mrs P M Brown and daugh Mary Mr and Mrs D L Miller Iter daughter Carrie Mr and Mrs N Brown aid daughter Olive Mr and Mrs Daniel Rhoads and daughters Irene and Audrj Mrt Georgia I r iJo r AT Brinson and daughter Dorth7 Mr Marvin Vincent and son Roy Mr- sVincent Mrs Will Sheffield Mr Berry LOney Mrs G H Lawrence Misses Pearl Brown Cola CecllLouva Brown Messrs Oswald Hocker Clayton Rhoads Guy RhoadsCarl Miller Charlie Hunter On leaving all re ported a pleasant day spent 1 Red Men regularmeeting Alargethis meeting The Chiefs degree was conferred on two Warriors and Adoption and Warriors degree was conferred on a paleface The candidates seemed highly pleased with the and the Red Men were pleased the candidates The report of committee on regalia was received and committee was continued John G Keown was Installed as Senior Sagamoro to fill the unexpired of Chief Duke Two applications- for membership were received and several others will soon be received Prospects are good for a large amount degree work this winter CONVENTION GOES TO CHICAGO be Held June 16 1908 To Nominate Candidates for Pres Presidentt a meeting of the Republican lal Committee held at Wash ofgO D C last Saturday Chlca ju selected as the place and asingA1908 the time for the meet Cony next Republican National publicThis decision by the Re long m feast Comlttee followed a the adt dfought contest between of Kansa of Chicago and those j In at theDenver Colo coming trot ltln n formidable but Irconvention tfort to secure the ballotl d thirtyone votes Ipand farfor Kansas City ysmade unanimotV The vote being edannounced EveiV the result was heclslon of the corn ccepted the de and the hood natured ItCit and Denver boVenty Kansas hethey would come bS declared that in 1912 and would lW it again at that time to get It The selection of th convention was a compr for the first of Juno and the Jetween ndand all were satisfied oiVJune slalso point After a long debate the decided to authorize State an tee Comlttees to decide whether r ty lion of delegates to the conV shall be by conventions or bw maries Do you ever feel like this Feel as if you were carrying a ton weight around on your and you couldnt rid of in any Everyone should be strong andre main so through life but too often health fails in business work or social strain If you feel like this your vitality is failing and you will continue to grow worse unless you do some thing for yourself and there is no time to lose Dont put off caring for yourself but get a bottle of Jt CELERY and IRON TONIC and we will guarantee you prompt and lasting relief from your depress ing condition Increase your appe tite tone you upimprove your com plexion not only helps you at once builds you up and keeps you there- Get a Bottle today Price 7Sc James H Williams The 3tsirc- r 111 0 C I I t z r I n I 111 0 w- i 1 t r IDERAT I J I MPKINSViLLE l Armed Men Destroy 150 ooo Worth if Property i Whip One Tobacco Buyer And Snoot Brakeman On I Freight Train r V f TROOPS ARE CALLED OUT+ I I FHopkinavtlle Ky Dec 7Thrcer hundred night riders each carrying a torch in one hand and a gun in j the other rode into Hopkinsvllle 130 oclock this morning dynamit ed and burned three tobacco fac tories shot and fatally wounded an L and N brakeman whipped a tobacco buyer almost to death smashed and demolished windows business houses and banks and fired at a number of citizens In the red glare of three burning tobacco warehouses with the police H dei I 4 partment held prisoners by the mob 5 with the telephone and telegraph oflccs securely guarded and threats t of death hanging over the operator f if they dared give an alarm with the city completely cut off fronij communication not only with outside world but between citizen loacidlouce held high carnival for the space of an hour Vontcnness and brutality reign I ed People were attacked in their r persons and property wlthuoi gard to whether they had cause for orceueeanIt was the culmination of al throats that bare hung for over the tobacco buyers the and the Imlependeiit Lu ers f shot dared to disregard the Uemar was the night riders rry at g- In the excitement aid thjprs SIbecamepluted their wortItu lcrtrpOSSE that are known as true those of the Impoiial iff coml fling Twopang and the Amoricq0 jmny escaped injury e destrotook three warehouses thaUse ThisamI1 ofcd was an asaortmrn as the was the bulilug Ilo shovWooldrh train1tdisenrhWrsit caught fire firemen were re conflict ors and when Q the flames j own leas d from headway that noth had gained e to save it The- Ir I could tif It does not ex I loss will 0000 down i ceo in foam and county Judgeblund Mayors is soon to be Brosthi telegrams and telephoned squad Gent rrkhanr this afternoon asking which to Go in reply the Governor orjslu d for tuipuny D Kentucky State dt minder Maj E B Bassett ofa bat Gind batallonon duty for an in turned tls pericd and at the disposal of be ff David Smith The I c masked men came from all j three ctlons but assembled before en Bacon lug the city fired First they captured the entire po The Ice force and then took charge of oclock tho fire department So quickly wits the move made that resistanceTh was useless the mob being heavily wns- armed To give emphasis the mob shot I owijed R rnlt the station windows and then lIt lrr switch light in the jard little 1 hey proceeded to the L and X The depot where they repeated the per 25000 formance The office of the Cumberland TeH tpaone and 1elegraph company was andtwo Dabnthei driven into the streets and kept InI i the chilly air by the masked guardThe l About fifty or sixty came comfiy and smaller squads i Iromother directions I J A small squad went to each tel t erbone office and attempted to cut j the r time cables but could not reach i from elemenr I Miss Maud Brown of the HomeTh Telephone company turned in a fire the alarm but the firemen replied that they were surrounded and could not sets respond She also called the police i per headquarters but the police were RAID having troubles of their own TwoTh offclers on duty were fired upnduet through the door and ecsaped with r thirty or more firing at themIWhile this was going on downtown ed another squad had attacked to the y i the Regie tobacco factory of Tnndjat 1 Fairlelgh and after driving the one watchman away dynamited the building poured chemicals upon Itt and It was quickly beyond sningOller i Near by the brick warehouse of W If H Tandy Co owned by John came C Latham of New York and that held of F W Dab ey adjoining occu ilarly Dying a whole square oposite the poslble L and N depot were dynamited time and set on fire in the same way The party then marched downs but r 4iJ r I Atryk- r c k r U Ninth street to Main and after ci ing the roll by numbers hastily town i The fire department quickly to work and stopped the progress the flames at t1edopot wh threatened a general conflagra Mayor Menchams newspaper oft the HopklnsvlUe Kentuckian visited and the plate glass wlm demolished by the down town sqt As a climax to the deviltry went to the ht foreImperialout reuseilieImob dren and Mr Mitchell then came jg him the web bound him and j the to a tree whipped himallowed blood flowed He was t abouteThe mayors et and ho hall mile out Molngyng po had a strenuous t hB house lice headquarters Nat about 2 as soon as usa bunch of ofoclock but ran from his house justIthem down street and he joined by two or tho street bu just In tmlo to three youn uada unite at Maine see tho tWits call the rolland and Ninth The mayor proceeded leave towollcu headquarters ie at once ted the men being out find it day men who were not rallylnfjt This was about 230 on nl5d In thirty minutes a oclofh Deputy Sheriff L C Cra posu C0niand was organized nerd and started in pursuit mBMAN MORTALLY WOUNDED rthe meantime a smaller squad freIght1eu1nin charge J C Felps Jump down to flag the engine when himta mortally wounding him He taken to Nashville this morning oclock barely alive BATTLE WITH THE RIDERS ortly after 3 oclock the sheriffs overtook the night riders two from town and kept up a run fire on them for twelve miles or three of the horsemen over a buggy with two men in it ordered them to surrender One them dismounted and Jumped in the moving buggy but was ed out and his companions reed item shooting until he was tangled from the handtohand being afraid of killing their men When the deputy Jumped foriaand held soon as possible this fatal er was corrected and the opened fire on tho buggy disappeared at breakneck A little further in pursuit found a bloody handkerchief and but the buggy in the darkness out of the way afad couldnot found again pursuit was kept up to a point miles west of Gracy on the old road where the last shots were at a small remnant of the riders posse returned this morning at 7 THE LOSSES e factory of Tandy Falrleigh aa Isolated wooden structure by W T Tandy n brother of Tandy the head of the firm was worth probably 10000 but tobacco had been received Latham building was worth about M He Tandy Co were op warehouseInamed Adjoining this was the ey factory used as an associa prizing house by L B cornett went with the Independent house Planters Bank and Trust com thelForbescity light company al had losses plate glass windows being brok eKntucklan ofice owned by Mayor was entered through the demolished front and From Night III was written on a scrap of pa CAME WITHOUT WARNING suCcess of the movement was to the quickness with which It wasjfrom his home on Fourteenth stree office but was captured by men his and held until left itltheand the depot windows shot out B Grubbs assistant ticket agent out on the street and was also W E Graves a citizen was sin treated and In an hour from the the trouble began an ample defense force for defense was on hand It was then too late to prevent Ii I Ae quO BreftlTlntestiogetn e o Inial Totacco Company ad th9 Thenlghttnas ws a mty contingent hitched their st outside the city limits Some La wrere seen coming through Gracy aba midnight by a negro who was com manded to run and obeyed No alarm was given by the negro Some came in East Seventh street about 1 oclock and a citizen at tempted to trun in the alarm but found the telephone not working HEROIC TELEPHONE OPERATOR Miss Maude Brown the Home Tel ephone Companys operator turned in I tho alarm while her office was being lsurrounded and her brave the other factories The InvadersI were driven out about 3 oclock Both sides of Main street Ip the business portion of town received at tention from the mob as it passed through Plateglass doors and win I dows were destroyed The First NaI tlonal Commercial and Savings Planters Bank and Trust and theI of Hopklnsvllle suffered considerably by windows being shot through HOTEL LATHAM FIRED INTO A guest of Hotel Latham put his head out of the window of his room and was told to get inside and then fire was opened on the hotel but only three windows were shot through Among the other losers from the shots of the mob were Phelps billiard room Baker Harris Hollands opera house J H Anderson Company F A Yost Company Central of fice of Cumberland Telephone Compa ny Methodist parsonage Acme Mill ing Company and Forbes Manufactur ing Company I oc1cupof the burned Tandy Fairlelgh war = house were burned Tho handsome home of W T Vaughn opposite the warehouse took fire and at one time it seemed doom I ed as there was not enough hose and nozzels with which to fight the fire sepaIratedand confectionery In t he Planters j warehouse lost everything and car ried no Insurance The night operator at the Louis ville and Nashville station was forced to leave his Instrument Just after theI riders reached that part of the city to begin their work of destruction POLICEMAN FIRED UPON Policeman Miller was at the phone i at police headquarters tellirg the mayor that the riders were in town when they opened fire through the front i window and door and some of the shotI passed uncomfortably close to him I Quests of the Hill House within two squares of the destroyed Planters warehouse who had gone out on the street were forced inside Several i knots of people who had been called from their homes by the firing and tlowedthere quickly There is something about Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup that makes It different from others as it causes a free yet gentle action of the bowles through which the cold is forced out of the system Atthe same time it heats irritation and allays inflammation of the throatand lungs It is pleasant to take Children like it Contains no opiate lor narcotics Sold bY all druggists m i Thousands hard Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it rreTmlency of Kldner Disease Most people do not realize the alarmI ln n increase remarkable prevalcnc of kid disease While are t e common diseases that pre vail they are almost the last recognized by and physicians oho content themteltft with doeioring the dUll while the orig inal discoid undermines the system What To Do There is comfort io the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder passageior effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp Root is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in fiftycent and onedollar sizes You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all bothsentrrCCjbX kldneydi- slorders hamtonNY When aoetIWsntr ee writing mention this paper and dont make any mistake but remember the JWn Kilmers SwampRoot and rte ttedrew N Y i N y rry- v i v ANIMALS ASW ATN ER PROPHEtS 1 Phllidelprjii Sportsman Predicts Moderatea tThomas Martlndalelhe Phlladelphlan who acquired a reputation as a weather prophet after a hunting trip in the Maine woods announces that the coming winter will be a late and moderate one Ho bases his weath er prophesies on observations of th- I present prediction follows On October 18 we were stormbound and could not get our stream with the canoe On thelSth however medo a tour around the lake be sides going through the dead water and thoroughfare to the upper part of the stream And on the 20th I made a trip over two ridges I found four varieties of woodpeckers including the cock of the pecker song sparrows bluejays red breasted grosbllls chickadees a horn ed owl and moosebirds IAthougn the coves and dead wat ers around the lake were frozen over there were more ducks feed ing In the lake than I had eyer seen at any time before A pair of grown up loons with one little one were still there and this morning a large flock of wild geese passed over going south Not a muskrat house was anywhere to be seen and the swamps and bogs were comparatively free of water IThe beavers had not fixed tinier dam up for the winter nor were they cutting downany trees for winter use Two trees were partly cut through and one complettely severed being all the signs of activity to be noted I therefore from the result of these observations venture to predict that the coming winter will be a late and a moderate one Are you having trouble with your kidneys There are lots of people today who wonder why they have across the back why they are lUred and lacklngin energy and am Your kidneys are wrong The need relief without delay Take De Witts Kidney Bladder Pills they are fdr weak back Infllmmatlon of the bladder backache and weak kldne A Blazing Trouble Much trouble says the Industrial World is caused in brazing by not using thoroughly fused borax Dry borax does not answer as It swells while brazing and makes the Joint porous The borax shuold be melted in I a clay or iron crucible to a clear li quid so as to drive swell when used for brazing 4 THE ACT OF- FEIGNING DEATHS Tricks Resorted to by Beasts to IShunTheir Enei tmfe t i The feigning of death by certain animals for the purpose of deceiving t their enemies and thus securing 1m munlty Is one of the greatest of the many evidences of their Intelligent ratiocination This simulation is not confined to any particular family order or species of qnlnml but exists in many from the very lowest to the highest It Is found oven In the vegetable kingdom theTvellknown sensitive plant being an interesting exampleThe action of this plant Is purley reflex as can be proved by observation and experiment and is not therefore a process of intelligence- An experimenter writing In Wlsscn fur Alle says that he has seen theI feigning of death In some of the lowj est animals known to science Some InhabIIltantsa highpower lens he noticed several rhlzopods busily feeding on the minut buds of an alga These rhizopods suddenly drew in their hairlike maria and I sank to the bottom to all appearances dead The cause was found to bo the presence of a watermouse an animal which feeds on these animalculae It likewise sank to the bottom nndafter looking at the erlzopods swam away evidently regarding them as dead and unfit for food This was not an accidental occur rence for the observer has seenthem since Through the agency of what sensehe asksdid these little creatures discover the approach of their enemy Is it possible that they and other microscopic animals have eyes and ears so exceedingly small that lenses I of the very highest power cannot mak them visible or are they possessors of senses utterly unknown to and in capable ofbelng appreciated by man Science can neither affirm nor deny either of these suppositions Most animals are slain for food bother animals Most of the carnlvoraj and Insectlv ra irefer killed IItalntupon their prey apparently dead they will I t tcly1 I f fv 4t + + + + + + IJo w- r f1yil 4 THE KENTUCKY I Light and PowerTn INCORPORATED j WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE BT COST 0 4 ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEANt 3i HEALTHY AND SAFE KOHOME J l 1OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULI- f TI WHEN IN REACH 1tl MLHEAVRIN Manager t- f + + + + + +++ + + + + I Ohio County Supply Co 1 Ifi Inoornoratcd lJt 1 lJt bitfifi Is Is Hardware Machinery and all Kinds E lJt 4of Farming Implements fi fiWe carry a complete line of Buggies and Surreys When YOU fti4 Agent for the famous Oliver Chilled Plows Blount True Blue tR and Moline with all repairs for same b fi A full line of fence wire Steel and Felt Roofing Myers Deep yZ Well Pumps Cultivators Disc Harrows and Drills Also all kinds J 4 of Field Seeds L J IWe handle the following well known brands or Wagons Mitch J- Ci ell Mogul mount and Owensboro Also DeerIng and Milwaukee f 4f Harvesting Machinery Pj- CJ We sell the best Gasoline Engine on then market and Corn bt49 Crushers and Meal Mills to connect with same Lawn Mowers fci 44 and Swings The largest supply house in Ohio county Give us a y l call Prices always equltdble fc r lIr Y wyvvacovYc rird dIARUFACIl Incort orAtedIEGYPTIAN CEMENT VAULTS d And puts them in the jv 11tbolutel Ij t perfect vault dE Inj vntert t ill t1ght ver min ami wurmprocr iiii1titth ll of te wage Jfyou Jesirf to 1L away t1htl iii Ue most satisfactory inimuir yon iI1 y imand one t Hartford1 u BLACK c1RK4JEAUigrs- E j t trcl laKallk tJ Jt9j f4 oi91AAl9M s to to g IIrxaaenr4sritxrlsz rt= o leave it alone and go in search oforquarry unless they are very hurt Tainted snbstances are dangerous 10 get into the stomach Certain 11 malnes render it sometimes verisonous Long years of experit nee have taught this fact to animals nu therefore most of them let dead r seemingly dead creatures alone Remarkable Rescue That truth is stranger than fiction has once more been demonstrated In the little town of Fedora Tenlltlwi residence of C V Popper He writes I was in bed entirely disabled hemorrhages of the lungs aid throntI loJlehadj Kings New Discovery Then lnstait relief came The coughing soon cons j cd the bleeding diminished rapidly1 and In three weeks 1 was able td go conglissandk m a1nl Tiny Turbinetr t- It r is reported that a Glasgow eugi tkY fI k + l r c ant turaluedeveiopiLgforty efittedpedo boar and the iuyontro assqrS hithEirtounknown stotitthasa feel that It Is nut in good order sis evidenced by means headaches nt vousness bad breathand belchlngts e something at times and especially nffouiThere 0 troutdyspepsia KeJ Jotvegetable nclds and It contain the ramo Juices found in every healthy stomach KODOL is guaranteed to give relle1It is pleasant to lake it twill make you feel fine by digesting what 0ItS y x14 eat fI by 1 all drutA m j ul 1 t tj- j f i+ y J J t pr f t I fa j 4 r- nn 1 Jooq I yy d A- f 0 I C I E I6ANTlG j STRUGGLE I Between the Trusts And the Tobacco Growers Ortunes Food and Clothing o- Men f Women and Children b At Stake In the war between the American oo1jobacco Company or1 socalled Tobacco on one side and the growers of the other Kentucky is confronte- by a crisis which menaces law an- r order the peace and prosperity of the people and the private fortunes o thousands of men Conditions threaten several hundred financial institutions in the State and last but not least pace bread meat and scant clothin beyond the reach of thousands of Kentucky women and children Users of tobacco throughout the civ illzcd world whether they be chewers of the weedsmokers of pipes or cigarettes or those accustomed to dipping snuff have little idea of the tragedy the etrlfothe trumoil and the suffering which is attending the struggle for su premacy in Kentucky It is a struggle the result of which will determine whether the men who grow the tobacco shall regulate the priice of the product and force the trust to buy it at the price they fix or whether the trust shall set the prlc I and force the growers to dispose of their tobacco at the price fixed by President Duke and his associates It Is a contest of one of Americas great est and most powerful corporations headed by Mr Duke on one sideand about 100000 Kentucky plantersnearly that many tenants and fullyy a hundred thousand women and children living from hand to mouth on the JN other side J The stake Is a big one Millions of dollars are involved the peace of the State is wrapped up In the Issue tho biggest Industry of a Common wealth is in the jack pot and the welfare of thousands of women and children depend on the way the cards are played Conditions in the country districts aro more serious than tho people in the cities know for in some coun ties neighbor is arrayed against neigh bor kinsman against klnsraanchurch congregations have been and are be ing disrupted and acts of violence committed under cover of darkness are now threatened in the light day This Intensity of feeling is oc casioned by the fact that some grow ers will not enter the pool and refuse to Join hands with those who pledge themselves not to plant In 1903 By this position they endanger the suc cess of the growers who are in and want to force the trust to come to their termsThe Louisville Times The Magic No 3 Number three is a wonderful mas cot for Geo H Payne of Cedar Grove Me according to a letter which reads After suffering much with liver and kidney trouble and becoming greatly discouraged by the failure to find re liefI tried Electric Bitters and as a t 4 result I am a well man today The first bottle relieved and three bottles completed the cure Guaranteed best on earth far stomach liver and kidney trouble by all druggists m China Studying WarIA Chinese paper the Schenpau states that two officials named Li pantsau and Schenschauhsun has been ordered to France to inspect places where cannons and other heavy war materials are made They areI to be followed soon by four more which armories and factories are to be made In China along the lines of those visited and inspected The New State ofOklabomaI According to the returns of the spe cial census taken as of July 1 1907 the population of Oklahoma is 733062 anti that of Indian Territory is 681116 compared with the population in 1900 ol 398331 and 392060 respectively This is an increase in seven years for Oklahoma of33631ort84 per centand for Indian T ri of or 733 centv Th6combinedp9PUlatiOn1t11907of Ho two Terrrtoriei representing the new State of Oklahoma is I4l4i77 as corn- pared with the population In 1900 of 7SK38i an increase in seven roars of 132786 iprl9perce t o r1f7 This IIa very movement t Wp6puiatlon and it la made more 16 1L rkable the more it Is examined whatis now the State of Oklahoma lied bW 258657 population In 1890 It increased o 790391 In 1900 and now has apopulationof 1750000 placing qI well up among the Statue in regard to population v rte Oklahoma was not 10 rganlzed as a territory unt1118y9O It was then a par W Lb of Indian er 1 and at tho census r taken one inonttf lterlt Bada pppula tien oi79476jrtLe opultlonot Ok laho 868wh1te 79ne i iJiJ1 Ia Indian Territory J it j r tt 1 ti tII A t f 4 01 r A Most Valuable Agent The Gye employed in Dr llIpossesses medicinal properties of Its aleoI being a valuable demulcent addsgreatlyI bark Bloodroot Golden Seal root Stdn- orootandQqccnsroot contained in Golden Medical Discovery In subduing chronic or lingering coughs bronchial throat and lung affections for all of wHIch standfIn all cases where there Is a wasting away of flesh loss of appetite with weak stomacTi as In tho early stages of con I sum tI n there can be nodoubt that gly- cerine acts as a valuable nutritive and j rootQueprom n Igcstlon and building up tlflesh anolslrength controlling tho couRht and bring about a healthy of tho w to system Of course itmust not be c miracles It will earlierdU han I C t nn I sorotI s not so el ee five Ills In the lingering standingslungs that It has performed its most I marvelous cures BenscorlnoIndyspcpsIaHsorvosanexcellentpurposo peroxlofbydrogen InItsachs especially If there Is ulceration or ca- tarrhal castrltiS catarrhal Inflammation of preparation111ycerineheartburn and excessive gastric stomach Golden Medical Discovery enriches and purities tho blood curing blotches pimples eruptions scrofulous swellings and old sores or ulcers v Yformedicinal roots composing this wonderful medicine There Js no alcohol In It socalled the population is 791 white 118 colored 91 Indians The male population In Oklahoma is 532 female 468 In Indian Territo ry males are 532 and females 46S insOklahmoa IT IS EASY TO MIX RECIPE Mix it at Home by Shaking Ingredients In Bottle Hundreds of People in Vicinity Here Will Welcome this Advice What will appear very interesting to many people here is the article taken from a New York dally papergiv ing a simple prescription as formulated by a noted authority who claims that he has found a positive remedy to cure almost any case of backache or kidney or bladder derangement in the following simple prescription if taken before the stage of Brlghts dlsI ease Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Karagon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Shake well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after eachI meal and again at bedtime A well known druggist here at home when asked regarding tills pre scription stated that the Ingredients- are all harmlessand can be obtained at a small cost from any good prescription pharmacy or the mixture would be put up if asked to do so- Ho further states that while this pre scription Is often prescribed in rheumatic afflictions with splendid results lIe could see no reason why It would not be a splendid remedy for a kidney and urinary troubles and backache as it has a peculiar action up the kidney structure cleans ing these most important organs and helping them to sift and filter from tho blood the foul acids and waste matter which cause sickness and suffering Those of our readers who suffer can make no mistake In giving its trial I WIFEaIN OLD GOI1NTftY Sailed to America Married Kentucky Girl Heart Returns to First Love of 40 Years Ago and They Are Happily Reunited Hodgenvlllo passengers o n the Il linois Central train out of Louisville Tuesday afternoon were witnesses to the closing chapter in a pretty romance In which figured several peopled Tho principles to thiS interesting sequel have been separated for twentyfive years with the ocean between them Englandia Grayson county This story In real life eclipses many of the romances in books of fiction and as told by tho principles is as follows George Fletcher an Englishman by birth and apparently a highly cultur ed young man located In Lcitchfield twentyfive years ago Ho was a master carpenter and cabinet maker and was possessed of fine appearance and elegant manners He soon won his way into the best homes of Leltch field and subsequently married Into a prominent family To the union were born six children The chil dren drew to young manhood and young womanhood and the family was a happy one until sickness Invaded the home and one by one the children were taken from their parents Heart broken the wife died last year and apparently the husband and fath er was robbed of all kindred ties But it soon developed that before Fletcher came to this country he was the happy husband and father of a young wife and three children A trivial quarrel in the family resulted In his severing the ties of love and sailing for America In course of time his first wife obtained a divorce and ho and she never heard of each other again until recently his heart returning to his first love Fletcher wrote a letter to his wife asking her and the children if they were alive to leave their home in London and come to America True to her only lovethe first Mrs Fletcherwlth her three sons all grown men with wives came to America and arrived in Lou isville Tuesday where they were mot by Fletcher The vowing again of his love for his first wife and the Intro duction to his children over wlththo happy party boarded the train for Leitchfield where the aged couple in tended to again plight their love at the marriage altar Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood Is impure thin diseased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cdncer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema Itching rising and bumpy skin bone palnsca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per largo bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co At lanta Ga B B B is especially ad vised for chronic deepseated casesas it cures after all else fails 35tf In Memoriam My own respect for a noble character the devotion of my wife and daughters to a womans sweetness and communitys widespread sorrow Impel me to herald the death of Mrs Eva Duff as an event diminishing- the total sum of good in the world Mrs Duff was the wife of Mr R C Duff and the daughter of Mr and Mrs GC Magan She was about twentyone years old at the time of her death which resulted from a complication of troubles November 25 She leaves a devoted husband and one OOOOOOO OOOOOOO O iOO Oi gDont neglect your cough g- f 0Statistics how that in New York City 0 11alone over 200 people die every we k fromgo W consumption I Y And mOlt of these consumptives might z be living now itthey had not neglectedrihe 0warning cough N fo tia You know how quickly sctitT Emulsion enables you to throW offay cough or cold itALL DRUCGISTSt tOd AND10DfOIOtMOOO 600o0000 l r s If1 r child Blanfprd a sweet of two years Her remains boy terred 16 the MIdklff I after a touching and impresmid fccral sermon by Rov Frank u of yItto live next door to the woman wl memory he applauds and to kn her in her dally life To see h morning noon and night to hear het cheer him at his going out and to watch her youthful spirits riot with her playful child Her temper was moulded to such equal parts that it was balanced so that every one who knew her loved her It Is not my custom now to write often of the dead but Eva approached so near to being all that wlfo and mother and friend should be that she shall not sleep unmentioned in tho grave No mor tal eyes Indeed can pierce the mani fold shadows of the tomb but if the imperishable soul released from its mortal tenements rises unto a life that Involves the all then let us believe Evas pure sweet spirit now sweeps the astral depths and en folds the universal good in her all pervading love Upon those who sorrow most because she died may It not be lost to say that time Is sor rows balm to heal such wounds Re call that death is but a transition Into life that the part you loved and honored is not in the grave but has risen to that eternal city and that you can some day enjoin her there J H THOMAS Narrows Ky GOLD WATCH FOUND IN LARGE CATFISH Inscribed M W From Jessie Oct 6 1906 Owensboro I Kentucky Osceola Ark Nov 30 Fisher men making a haul in the Mississippi river above town today caught what is believed to be the biggest catfish ever seen In this vicinity The monster weighed 100 pounds and is of the yellow belly type In Its stomach were found nails and other things not easily digested and a gold watch with a monogram either M W or uV M thereon and iinderneath the Inscription From Jessie Octobjer 6 1900 Owensboro Ky The works of the watch are ruined by rust but the gold is unharmed Silas Humphrey who brought the watch to town was told by a local jeweler that the gold itself was worth at least 100 Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Sc Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and be lIeve him perfectly honorable in all I business transactions and financially I able to carry out any obligations mad by his firm Walding Kinnan S MarvinWholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per I bottle Sold by all Druggists I Take Halls Family Pllle for const pation m What the Blind Are Doing- A blind stenographer playing on raised keys took down with Infinite precision the appeal whcllr Miss Win fred Holt made yesterday afternoon from the platform of the society for Political study for public interest in and help for the sightless Miss Holt who Is Secretary of the New York Association for the Blind which has found so warm a I friend Mark Twain based her plea on the fast that the blind can work and want to work We must stop being blind said Miss Holt The blind say that they can do nearly anything that wo will let them but paint pictures and facts bear them out We had a pupil eight months ago who could neither read nor write His sudden blindness had driven him and his young wife to de spair and poverty He now is typing from the phonograph for a company which is so well pleased with him that it takes him to and from his work in a motorWhen I asked the head of our telephone company to give a switch board for blind people to practice on he thought I was crazy That was a year ago I had the pleasure of writing him thb other day asking for the installation of a switchboard at our new office and told him that there were now in the city of New York1 five blind switchboard operators New York World Real Estate 400 Acres on I C R R between Horton and Rosine 200 acres in wood land consisting ota large quantity of merchantable timber 200 acres in cul tlvatlongood dwelllnggood barnwell Wateredtlnorctard will grow fine corn wheat tobacco haft etc Price right trems reasonable Will sell as whole or divide to suit purchaser 1 isyy 1 1 Iir r I j gctablePrcparationforAs eStoinachsandBowelsof UieFoodandBctfula I rf eslionCheerFulnpiu WOT LCOTIC fA1CbTR ARnttL- l JnueSttd Aperfecl Itemed V nonSourStomacrrhocn I nessnndLossOFER Facsimile Signature NEW YORK L=COBYOWRA i wt r CASTOR 1 For Infants and OluidroiL Ii The Iind You Nave AIwar ht Bears tw- r Signature of In 7 UseJThirty Years CASTORIAtwo OUR CLUBS GRATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville H id135TH- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Dailerald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Courier JournalX 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm V 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and C 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaVeek OwensbVInquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inqttjer 371 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeok Oboro i4 senger 17h THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazin 150 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans 1Iagaz e 130 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICA ateIre Cfcplti M6UK 25iJl- Mirplas Frofir 250 J IVIII loan money Mom t u This is jour B u Comes I DIREC FOILS i Gabe Likens Alvin RowelJu Felix Jim Polk 5 iveL Wayne flritfln H1 i TILLERS OF THE SOIL 1- 1iq k fi Will Make no Mistake by Visiting the Rellaclc ty IIIandWell Known Firm of Ma MILLERl IJJ JZ For anything they needon the farm fney u 49 handle Plows of all kinds and makes Ilic = Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows riding nd tiJ Cj walking Cultivatora Wagons of the best make lald bb = buggies for young folks and old folks Sin Addition IO = We have the beet equipped shop in Ohio county fitted with the latest improved machinery and gyp i- fj pllanoes and besides all kinds of general Blacknntli i- J ing can do many jobs in firstclass shape that talur J1 7q shops cannot do at all Everything at very mother jj ate prices rMJ r = WILLIAMS MILLER 1 tfiBEAVER DAM KENTUCKY rJ- y WWWW WW i J k f J tt lf r c 1 cl Republicaia y jtfie Hartford 1nblUhlng Corapar i IKcoaOIUoJD K BAKNETT sf t NMITHITazamPxoxrZat 1T C blanc534OUCh 3Ei 7rMJaFRIDAY DECEMBER 13 =r Examine the label on your paper lf E It not correot notify us Moneytlme and temper are anved by the early Christmas shopperJ Harmony dinners among Democrats only furnish opportunities to find something new to quarerl about i Chicago now has a beautiful young lady on the police force No Ibt it would tickle some men to be pine ed by her 4 The orator often saysthe count 7 d is in need of men which always strik a responsible chord in the hearts r thousands of lonely women 3 l It is announced that Chicago packers have again cut the price of meat f + but it will take the retail men about t three months to hear about it It is interesting to know that the Commoner and the lectures have beet profitable enough for Mr Bryan ta I run for President without a campaign fund I President Roosevelt announced Saturday for the sieenth time that ho will not be a candidate for redee tlon and yet his boomers wont t t down j 1 The fact that Princes Marie Bona and part wenrs a Xo 0 shoe is of relati train Iaccount ture c don dn Even though those tramjw wb were s t arrested for sleeping in a jllman field car will have to pay finest Ii have A tuts the satisfaction of knowing11 did S not have to tip the lort riAll exchange remarks it Denver people expect Is cashlid climate i t er to attract time Democrat Convention t at the proper Imo I It has noth else to offer Dent is lamentably of Democrat desiresr IIng announccniit that a masta hundredvlftooth welnig four pounds has beep uncarihod out Wont t aftor being enilnletl In the earth for 20000 year indicates that things oC- oro done o a large scale those daysfow OklahomV tames forward with a I candidate n President after only one week hthe Union Judging front I her record in the election and nmnipufitlon of her constitutional i- couvu a ion she can bo depended ond to downiest anything I list I exchange pauses to observe I Tlw stealing of a coop full of geese the wI i gut tte owners being awakendo last GiO1rc n pear or p mo ern methods are far advanced over those olden this UmesIu- t It is announced that a move has I been started by Eastern and Southern ia Democrats to prevent Bryan from j i iuoii ting the ojnatlon forr Presl c u n tle pan is to get the conven I n- ct1 to viuiit uvh 1 platform he can mm f01110UII e rivito Lanict run ou it who praI n- cI I have uey to offer i i hi Comm er Jon ntl comes with wall i the taruyAttmccmeut that in Eastt ern K jtiiOfcy not nrly Democrats buteD Hep blliiu voeii ion Beckharn agalns r Mc run ur Uu nomination for Unit I id Staoi Giniitui Had it given ciir J runuy 10 i ills Information which eV cry informed individual knows It tibItsotiBud during the recent L might clam some honor for it II IJ i4rltIEvtNeddintle blllCDrownthe home of the brides and Mrs T J Everly Wednesdtt11A December 18 at four oclock p w Di Rev B F Jenkins of Owqnsborpi f will be the officiating minister Mr aBrown is a promlrient young farniUr of the MatWzas neighborhood while the bridetobe is one of the m tpoP ular belles of the same neighborhood 11 k These yunogpeople have many irien R who join in extending hart good wishes I y In Memory of Silly Balzep The wife of Joseph Baize who died i at her eoninlaws T Ft a near Mt Pleasant church Novemberh 20 1907 She and Joseph Baize weir P married about 65 years ago and 1l r r took hi t lIf1tKe4when ors young Jafcct JoinieiclAtto ChritstiaaI a- tichurch and lived a talth J A j i k J I Y 1until her master said It lsonoul com up higher She leaves aged husband and 10 children Christians and 45 grand bl1dren mourn her departure She was tarred in the Mt Pleasant cemetryl prter funeral services by the wri the presence of a large concourse friends I would say to her sorrowing h- 1tband she is waiting for you on 0 beautiful shore Dear children grand children be faithful until J work is done hero below and r 1w11l meet mother and on the beautiful shore where are no sickness pain nor sorrn where the word farewell is pS HERBERTit e Dec 9 JordBVlu111 Mr Lanum graveWmorn yard at twelve oclockMr GarI lug She eaves one Lanum of arhlere a ree lIe May was burrs oclock Tuesday af100 his farmMr Sam Haynet5 near Hardlns- of to Mr Dudley He visitinghcMissbrother Mr f ensboro Panther Cchurch was beautifully and white decorntr chrysantlte ms Tuesday night for of MIss Margaret Cham the mart J N Harden MIss Conlhers and McCartof Whliesville was mail Messrs Jim McKlnnoy ofof hop Whit1110 Arthur ailHlBau and Ar timur4mrdett of this place Misse Duncan of Owensboro Mar itOll ms sister of the bride wore tjjJther waiters The wedding march played by Miss Emrlch of Flor I After time marriage the par weredrove to Owensboro Mr Mrs Harden took the four oclocl I Friday morning for their fU homo nt Wabash irill Mrs Har will be greatly missed in this omtnunify Mr Sam Haynos is at the bedside oninlaw Dr Lee Bnrrottof Dean who had an arm broken am otherwise hurt in aIUll a way j aturdayMrs has returned from iwonsboro and IB viiiting her dnugh Mrs Obe Burdett Mr Will Crowos family havo scar let foyer Mr Allie Rice of Phllpot took din at R M Millers Friday Mr and Mrs John S Millorr havt returned vo Owensboro after a weeks with relatives here MT A5iDec 11Hog killing Is time otde I the dtfyhoro I Ross Bennett oft Hartford days the first of time week hereI Miss Mary Render daughter of Esq I rhoul1ln1tlsmMrs L E Everly visited Hartford last Saturday rolat1osI ayMrs L W Igleheart is ou tho slcjl this week I Lon Carter and Silas Bell attended I protracted meeting at New Hope Tuesday night and Wednesday Rev L W TlcKcnor who Iwsbe6i the sick list four weeks has im roved some W S JJrqwn has sold his farm near place to his brother Otis and has moved with his family to his fatb rinlaws J F Hill till he can build house itieihinks that I hear wedding b l1sI chiming for the near future If I am I mistaken in this you will hear I boat it soon W F Condit and family were call dto Centertown last Monday on the of the death of Mrs Conditt I mother Mrs Garner Rowe which oc irred at that place last Sunuay She j buried in the euteriown ceme iasu Monday evening in the preb c ofa large crowd of frlehda acid ilatives that mourn her demise tlALVU I Dec lOMr L AI Kimmel is In Oklahoma at the bedside of his broth eriE M Kimmel who is very sick Mr Jake Everley has sold his prop rty hero and moved to a farm in lutleuburg county teat Nelson Sta Born to the wijre of Mr ppfoj IB December 7tbr a boy dMr Clint Car of Nelson Creekdled ecemb 9thfr v Jr yid Peeler Jas the Jake Ltgrley prosody ftn11 moved toI jlamp a I 11Jpjm Smith RgptonKyWa Fdelaslt weekrhLt ht 11 rl- Mr1 t r DHHffill m fnQY4dr M I Q pert tIt b y 1 KrnpntBrown s ted hsI I nPtctC B FvocjoyKnd hilt 1nbn rpov dtore rWi11Jam VIJlltIdfhf ummidie J- I Hill of I1aUtyls1f a jjgiherji avonta Mr nad Mrs J rrloytblU weoki 1 eWltV2 Car oll 4- f tWitch fazeiI3alvo- 4ouG urgeto44A A 3B1A npd no- I utp zGet DflWl VA Itg gOQ4 for pll80l4 bY sit drilfgteta t r- f aoruI J herfl h UVEOREMtYii 2I OHIOmUNTYDEAD in IMarYBRoWe Leaves Reran or jmarkaWe Large Number ofE f Decejidants I i The Kentucky Cltizencontalns1he following Ire and death of Mrs Mary B Rowe Who formerly lived near Rockport this county Mrs Mary B Rowe a widely knowv lady died at the home of her niecet Mrs Fred Holliday in Central City on last Friday evening at the age of eighty seven years She was the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs John Maddox and was born at the old Maddox homestead near Rockport lif Ohio county 01 the 10th day of May 1820 At the ago of sixteen she marled Tom Rowe of the same locality and to them were born nine children three sons andI six daughters all of whom with exception of one grew to old age Her husband died some thirty year ago and as all her children were then married and had homes of their own she gave up house keeping and hs spent the remainder of her Ufo among her children For the past thirty years she has traveled from one child house to another and with advaced age there was no let up in her trav eling Only just a few months ago she visited her daughter Mrs L P Downs In Llvennore going f roam here on the 7ih of last July Hor children yet living are as rolt lows Samuel Rowe of LintonInd Lewis Rowe of McHenry Ky Edmund Rowe of Heron ill Mrs ItP Downs of Livermore and 1IrsI Jeorrgo Smith of Central City Set erral of her sisters and one brother are yet living and she left a couuntlcsB number of other relatives The most remarkable thing about her was the large offspring Several years ago she saw five generations living She has had 9 children CO grandchildren 94 greatgrandchildren and 10 greatgreatgrandchlldron She was buried beside her husband In tho Southard burping ground near McHonry on last Sunday evening RENDER Dec 10Mack Dowell was In Ech t- ols last Wednesday Rhea Armstrong of Leltchflold and Him Dexter of Beaver Dam weio hero last Wednesday I Dave Allen of Beavor Dam and I Doe Morris of HOle Branch wore here last Thursday- S A Bratchor of Harford and Ed Baker of Taylor Mines were here Friday Leslie Jones of Ilcrrin Ill was here Saiurda1 W J Morcer was In Central CUrI SaturdayAlfred Hurt of Beaver Dam wasI hero SundaJSimon TonGS spent Sunday in Cam tral City S W Hines of Cool Springs and ilex Gaithor of Louisville wore Hero yesterday estorIdaS S Hoover of Now Albany Ind and II V Money of Louisville wore here today Mr and Mrs S B Gentry have moved from hero to South Carrolltou where they will reside for the futureI t IA roiu BM T XHr louisIMr E W Goodluoe of 107 St St Dallas Tex says In the paul rear I have become acquainted with Dr Kings New Life Pills and no lax tlve I ever before tried so effectually disposes of malaria and bllllouBnefiS They dont grind nor gripe 25c at all druggists m BEAVER DAM Dec HRev W B Wright flll cd his regular appointment here Sun lay morning and night Mr L H Render of this placehas sold his farm to Mr C MTlchenor of wensboro Mr Tichenor will move nto the property at once IUr Richard Foster of Mprganfleld s in attendance of his brother dr Jo Fosters child Mr Harry Monroe went to Nash yUle Tuesday returning Saturday He vas accompanied home by his wife nd daughter who have been visiting InNshvllIe for the two weeks Mrs J E Williams Is spending few lays in Louisville Mlsa Merry King spoutL Sunday in ventral City i MIss Emma Barnes entertained the adies Flinch Club at her home oa gcond BtreetSaturday afternoon Mr Dan ij Utf Luzerne spent Vi day in town s 9I d frten4niMieslunday with her parents here f Sgi114ySchOQl Association I jl t 6steriai District un daY Saheo11ds4ctationreported seyeh 99 f t a ration ithroughout thei ii tuc d ear The bftcers JI 4atteItHwrJnonventioa L Reysof P i z tIA Harvey Vice PresldentlRender VS Bishop Sec and Treas Supt4of Primary Dept Mrs Jean Simpson MoHenry Supt Teachers Training XT Ix Watkins McHenry Supt Home Dept O T TinsleyRen derThe following schools are report as being in operation now Rock Baptist L F GIbbs Supt Rock port Presbyterian David Snedden Supt Render J S Spence Supt and Henry Garrett Sec McHenry T L Watkins Supt Ellen Johnson Sec William Mines unlolSA Reynolds Supt Tilla Maddox Sec Williams Mines Methodist Ike Harvey Supt Pearl Burton Sec Echols E H Maddox SuptCool Springs Joe Ful Supt Mamie Rogers Sec School hot in operation Wysox Independence Providence and Hopewell Best report of any District in the county NATIONAL PRESI DENT A S OF E Barnett Vigorously Denounces Recent Incendirism at Hapkinsville Ky As National President of tie American Society qf Equity of North Amer leaI desire to denounceln the strongest terms at my command the recent outrageous conduct of those who composed the mobs at Princeton and Hop kinsvillc and all other unlawful acts which have been comitted in Western Kentucky I have no knowledge as whether or not these people are members of the American Society of Equity If they are members he1worse enemies to tho Society than they were rank outsiders Every true members of tlUKSoclety and those who are wellwishers for the success of its principles will loud whatever aid they can in apprehending and bringing to justice theses violators of time law and no person who is a true friend to this order will make inflammatory speeches which are calculated r excite and bring about deeds violence I care not whether he an orator whoso reputation ofI to tho Capitol of our country C BARNETT I ficult to recruit men for the army mind keep men from deserting after they are recruited Unfortunately there exists a strong popular prejudice against the punishment of deserters hence there is no way of holding the not I except by paying them bettor wages and making a military career more worth while New Orleans Picayune I CENTERTOWN Dec 10Mr Dave Luck recently bought property hero and moved his family to sameiU S Faught and Mrs j R Good are recovering from their lave illness I W M Warden is erecting a neat James streetI LOUIIsvllle Ic D James has bought an inter in the Hone James livery stable I here I Will Stogner is erecting a dwellng house on Church street John St Clair Is placing a large saw and grist mill near the railroad- in east part of town Roy Greens Brother Sentenced to hang in Louisville I William Green an Owensboro negro was sentenced to be hanged- in Louisville last Saturday for the murder of William Snowden aleo a negro He is a brother of Roy Green who was hanged in Owensboro in February 1905 for the murder of James Coomes William Grreen killed Snowden in a salpon in Louisville on June 29 of this year air the result of a quarrel over a woman Snowdon wits shot through the heart as he was running from Green for tiling troubles Vers Cherry Pectoiilher tainJy cure biiS inpd9e 1t cbrtliliiilyl till ttleasr 1t it- thr0ts Ifct wskluip r ttee bo t- rthi Y b iiktt And yolk A LISO J I O 4 J ti kc bd7 ypan- iI t r atw N4 Ifra rA1M e a r L4er M- a 1Re taRe 1 trajt I f l 44 T q 1 l tllg ThinEtA k I to Shoes f y I Jti ilThis T thebiggest things the market af I fords in Shoes oft many kinds and 1a for any purpose We sell the prod ucts of some of the biggestShoe man ufacturers in the world We sell Shoes that LOOK RIGHT We sell Shoes that FEEL RIGHT The PRICEat which we sell them is one and the same to EVERYBODY and it is BOUND TO BE RIGHT Ladies Did you ever know or ever hear ofta more reputable make of Shoes than the QUEEN QUALITY for WOMEN NO MADAM you never did There is NONE that excels them If you buy QUEEN QUAL tITY SHOES at 3 350 and 4 you know you have the best from 1 every standpoint I t Gentlemen We have no hesitancy in recom mending to you the KING QUAL ITY MAKE of MENS SHOES at 350 4 and 5 per pair The craft of modern shoe making does not produce a better Shoe in every respect for the price they cost than the CELEBRATED KING QUALITY t I Work Shoes 1 Some of the biggest f things in the J whole Shoe busi ness are to be found in our ev eryday Shoe department We have LOW TOPS MEDIUM HEIGHT and HIGH TOPS at all prices and everydayShoes tion to our HONEST MIKE brand of Shoes and Boots In wide toes box totes and carp toes In medium and i hasps Shoes prised JiLt per pair 250 275and 350 Boots TOeGtaiBrig us youi feet W Y i t0 shoe tieme t f tir y- v n JJy v 0 11 I ttk J1 I fc 7- v r Vvc mf w5 w EftiapesKr Ia 3- yt tL 4jutf a L I + J I a yr d Y xLJ t i zr t j r I7 I LoOkig v I ForwaLrd S 1 wJ Thanksgiving being overawe Ishould look after the prospects for another year rather than dwell on i The past While this has been a season of many changes and un= 1certaintiesthe clouds now seem to passing and you need not hesitate to supply every need We are constantly looking for new and better bargains in merchandise If you are not keeping in touch with our stock= ==and getting your share lof the values we are giving== =it is 4 5 not our fault We have them for you===are giving you good mer chandise and prices that can note be undersold g r DEPEND S I i Onus for reliable goods andalso remember we give extra induce ments for cash trade Our Cash Register Coupons will amount to a j tidy little sum if you depend on Bernard em Col II+ J Harfurcl Republka j I FRDAY DECEMBER 13 t IlllnorsContral Railroad Timei I Table i North Koinul SunIIIflnlI I o12Iln 3lttn No 111J113In in i No tlhl 12nr m Nolo1 its 243 pm Io102dse4Sph alttlii 1i6 p In Remember if you Giant a GUN fort Xmas call atU S Carsons for all fktndsJo select from Also a large line of Loaded Shellsetc City Restaurant Is surely feeding the people OJerco tsandfSu1ts for all at Car son Cos A Mr W H Mauzy Is still very 111 of pneumonIaWe I Suits to suit you at prices to suit you Carson Co j C tlflshno bones at City Restaurant Fine 1 We all kinds of Country- Produce CARSON COI City Restaurant surly understands the art of serving Oysters t Mrs Wllhami the guest of Relatives and frrlends In St Louis I I Br11 qsyeur aiCh1CkenF oath grs and Turkeys CARSON 1 COI The old reliable Steak Meal at U fcify Restaurant cant be beat Try iXn jrir JirbJpW tin w ruieIguMt of fr1 cIlii owe ro the bUie 1ftYou l1f1 the only complete Q Q eerfM f4 Hartfcird at Car I r- lCoc 100 W TQ mile oa you that wont M 1Dt17ap0eter tewtC1tyJ R t So good Hafs for Yea titfoiSBoya hats- elehk 11 li 14eki dtCit1 J ty oarselVe to getve mivc werted an affortmeBt of Fire Works i1wantl- t olldaya B uI11 1 v 9AJ il1f j bt l t i i Mt- Y J Iti HNr t t of Bring your Furs to U S Carson Cash paid City Restaurant Is surely feeding the people Will pay 25c for Eggs until further notice CARSON CO If It Is a fruit basket you want filled to order call on U S Carson For Shoes that you can depend on wearing well call on Barnard Co Candles and Fruits of nil kinds I should sayl Where at U S Car sons Christmas Presents at all prices at Kings Jewelry store In Hartford House Mr mid Mrs James Tanner No Creek are the proud parents of a new boy born last Sunday Something nice and sure tox please can be selected here with ease Z WAYNE 43RIFFIN BROVii Esq J A Park who has been very ill for the last several days Is but little if any better China Plctures Books and Toys funny youll find right here for little money Z WAYNE GRIFFIN BRO For a nice Christmas presentone that would be appreciated see Robt King the jeweler in Hartford House iv c A full line of fruits such as Or anges Apples Bananas GrapesFlgs Dates Raisins Etc CLEVE ILER Not too much style not too much snap Just the right thing kind of Clothing and Hats at Carson Gos 3 i 8oesof id co the wearing qualitydependablefiel- wioes alwaysrltibtttPl4onC Mr and Mrs J W Foster No Creek have a atfyvlaltorVjiiliie person of a baby g born pnThursday of last week Yti h J A Old Steeikgc enpWhJ for- r anybody you can get at e1l- tauranGalowjth EggsaCoffed iJiJtbi Yum Yum t t Yy We nuiici gMtrdalivefieai 4eQahuttMupI sx oJjJdWE ILER J 1 I d IWe have ore 000 las48 of- millend Ribbons ouVeaa sttl de pond on tins Oi gains from Barnard ft Co tH s- I We will payvSSc In cash for a name for the L dofE Bead your lisl- n 1tThe one we- Ir1Ml1 to tot t cl a 1e P QQ yl- q JH HJf jI 1 t 1 IIy t Mss Verda Stewart Selects thi guest of her sisterMrs J WQBan non pity 1 l Presents for father Mother and your sister and brother and motherinlaw Z WAYNE gRIFPl BRO eckwear =fresh new styles math of fInest materials by skilled work menaf Carson Cos A penny saved at the Xmas shot Isa penny saved and a penny got Z Wayne Griffin Bro for bargains Cranberries Oysters and Celery we have them In fact anything you may want for your holiday eating Cleve Her Santa Claus has opened headquar ters foy fire works candles and fruits of al kinds at U S Carsons grocery Hartford Better lose a sale than a soulout salesmen lire so Instructed We want you to depend on our statements BARNARD CO When Barnard Co calls atten tion to a bargain you can depend on the statement You do not buy and repenntrather you should repent 11 you do not buy Our solicitor Mr Jesse Hoover will make regular calls on you each week Any orders entrusted to him will have prompt and careful attention 11CLEVE ILER The Ladles of the Maccabees will elect officers for the ensuing year atI their regular meeting at 030 oclock tonight and every member Is ear nestly requested to attend We fill your orders promptly and carefully vVe deliver anywhere in the city limits Ve appreciate your tnide Respectfully Cleve Her What a gootl thing a Fruit Cake is We have everything that It takes to make a Rood cakp Telephone No 110 and place your Border prompt delivery Cleve filer FRUITS We claim to be artists along the land of arranging Fruits in baskets We can put you up a basket at any price from 25c to 500 Give usKyour order early Cleve Her Such a display of Candles It has never before been our good fortune to have All the choice Bon Bons put up In fancy boxes will make your friends a nice present Cleve Her Little Miss Mary Render daughter of Mr and Mrs W P Render Matan rheuImatlsmHartford was called to Monday afternoon i h the Methodists have decided to have a Christmas treemat the Methodist church on Tuesday night the 24th and cordially Invite any of tlu other Sunday Schools of Iartford to join them J H B Carson Supt The ladles of the Hartford Baptist Church under the auspices of the Ladles Missionary Society will serv oysters Cream and Sherbet at Pearls i Pantltorlum Y 11 C A rooms on next Friday Dec 13 1907 3 to 10 p m Everybody invited Taken up alt estrayTwo cows and unIderbltmarked underblt In right other cow black Jersey with horns marked swal lowfork in each ear Can be found on the D C Ross placeR I CARTER HartfordKy I I Miss Annie Elgin entertained her club last Friday night with flinch Light refreshments were served and everyone reported a nice time Those present were Misses Mary Spald Ing Fern Curtis Elsie Matthews Ozo na Moseley Mildred Elgin Annie El- gIn Messrs Martin Thomas Hen ry Griffin McHenry Holbrook and Cash Spaldlng I irJ Tllford Fordsvllle Dr J A Duffand Mr M S Ragland Dundee Mr E P Taylor Beaver Col C M Barnett and daughterMlss Hattie Sheriff R B Martin Postmas tel M L Heavrln Judge R tf Wedding and C E Sn1tbHartf9r were among the Ohio people wilt Attended theiifauguration of Govern = or WiHson at Frankfort Tuesday I desire hereby to express the Heart elt thanks of myself and amnwfor the nice Thanksgiving the members and frlendPr hhhnfnistezeded j will1 administer tier them splritua things nextiSundayat 11 at m and t Vim attae Baptist exarch Churph meeting Saturday 7 pm- pia3I GARStorV tKriKaJ1 f Y A BoIbmjA pwted l 4ytluq of Mr 1TSplhert fled at her home in North H at s 6ocikrnjn af ter a lingering vlltaBMr ftf nerlrt Berrrlcei q dubteji Eby Rev A B Gardner tihe Presbyterlanschurch rueadatat 81oetook4lgr re d Itery Thedbceasedtfa surrlved a Siwta i two hUdren and a past of oti ee4nt1vsailrendaeJt t Y LOSTA liver and whlfe colored short latl pplnter5 reward for re turnIJ G HLLIDURTO Vv Hartford Ky While standing around talking to some other men Tueesday afternoon Starlin Dockery of RosIne acciden tally discharged a shot gun ho hold in his hand and the whole charge took effect In his foo practically tearing the front part of his foot off The gun was a double barrel hammorlcss Dockery leisurely set the muzzle of it down on his foot and thinking the safety was on pulled the trigger Dr Clarence DoWeese of Horse Branch and Dr A B Riley Narrows were called and took off the injurled por tion of the foot The Arah Wanna Club was char mingly entertained by Miss Effie Lee Render Tuesday evening December 3 About 9 oclock the Club was delight fully serenaded by several young men Later in the evening delicious refresh ments were served The young ladles present were Misses Ada ChandlerRu by Davis Katheryn Jones Stella Woerj nor Kate Thomas Lillie Burton An nie Patton Leone Moddox Zella NaIl Mary KeownLlzzle MlllorPearl Thom as Florence Jones Nettle Riley Eva Taylor Norlne Bennett Deble Tayjor Annie Morcland and Mrs Wayne lien derThe officers of the Centertown Mag isterial District Sunday School AssoI ciation are as tallows M Bishop Centertown Vice President J 11 Fulkerson Smallhous Sec 1t tart Prof H H Davis Centertown SWI1II11IDepartment illS E M Morton Cen VIIUatltlllScliiitla ill operation and expect to continue till winter are Waltons Creek E1 Ashby Supt WestPolnt L AV Tichunor Supt Centertown E M Morton Supt Snmllfcous Chas Overtoil Supt Those that have quit until spring are Lone Star Central Grout Equality and Rough CleEkI schoulhmise We were 01111It11lonrrare other schools in the districti Hunters Supplies New Automatic Sixshooter Item ington Shotguns Rifles Target Guns In fact all kinds of Guns at a wide range of prices just received and i SICARSOkinds ammunition five thous Iall shells Just in Big stock to select from Cull on him for anything in tile Gun and Ammunition line at most reasonable prices 18 4j Purest of Commercial Metals Lead and tin can be obtained very pure Good brands of commercial load contains 9905 per cent lead and are often even purer Lead Is the purest metal which Is made commercially Good brands of tin contain DDS per cent pure tin TO i Notice All persons having claims against the estate cf Mildred Barnett deceased will submit the same properly prov i to the undersigned administrator Ien or before January 1 190S or they be forever barred I This December 12 1907 L D BENNETT 21t2 Admr of Mildred cIThieves Make a Big Haul in tral City and Escape Central City KyDec 10The post office was blown open and the safe dynamited and blown to atoms lucre Tuesday morning at 220 oclock 5 1 500 In money and stamps being stolen The tools were stolen from a local blacksmith shop There were six men asleep in the building all of whom heard the noise The alarm was giv en by Mrs McClure who occupies rooms in the building The rollers it is supposed came on the midnight Louisville train and returned to Lout isville on the morning train The post office is closed awaiting an Inspec torr Everything is in confusion Resolutions of Respect Whereas It has pleased the Great Spirit and Ruler of the Universe to call from they hunting grounds of this world to hunting grounds beyond our deck brother R P Toll who died at his ofIn the hunting grounds of rtcHenry4 on the 8th Sun Beaver moon 416 November 8 1907 Forcibly reminding us that in the midst of life We are in death Therefore io it Resolved That In the death of Bro Toll Kenutcky Tribe No 54 baS1 a pobie zealonand ardent worker in theranks pf Redmanship V RecolYAiTbat in his death theme riy1hasJo t a kind and afecU hate husband and fatHer J1 Itle cotmun ity in which he lived a good citizen Resoled4 That we tender to the family our heartfelt sympathies in their sad bereavement and commend them to Him who doeth all things well That these resolutions betiSfead upon the records of our tribetiadth ten furnished totWJ1 j e 4 F pipers for publication Done by orderr of Kentucky Trlbp No G L O R M hunting grrounds of McHenry Ky it A M4 SMITH JAMES K PENNAN r r SAM JAMES JR Committee Deepest Coal Bores What Is considered to be the deep in est coal bore In Great Britain has just been completed Tho bocrwhlch was sunk on a field near Cameron bridge reached fho extraordinary depth of 4534 foot before the objective mountain limestone was reached A Wasted Present What In the world shall I send iunt Betsy John demanded the mas icrful lady of the mild little man A workbasket or a book he sug gestedDont be a fool John Youve no taste Ill send her ono of those fancy boxes of soap And she lifted to her nose a box containing six round tablets of perfumed soap Yes she continued this is the rery thing But my dear really he protested You be quiet dobnNow wrap this up missITwo days later a packet arrived from Aunt Betsy and in haste they opened It to see how she had taken their thoughtful present Under the wrap ping was the affectionate message j NIeceHerewith 1 return the boxI of shaving soap you sent me I too old to appreciate the joke of being j regarded ns a bearded lady Your aunt Betsy Then but only for n moment tha mild little man smiled Pearsons I 2 Weekly A Dreadful AIIIIJultI Justice Ball an Irish judge was lot noted for his amusing manifestations- lor Ignorance but whether they were 1 real or pretended has never been cleurjly established Ho tried a which a man was indicted for robbery j iat the house of a poor widow The witness was the young daughter of the widow who Identified the prisoner as the man who bad entered the eheSLIDothe judge in astonishment lie did my lord answered the girl He jumped on It till be snjashcd it entirelyThe turned to the crown coun sel and said How Is this Why Is j not the prisoner Indicted for murder he smashed this poor womans client I IIf the way the witness has described must surely have killed her But my lord said the counsel It was a wooden chest Coruhlll Maga zinc aOlducator was greatly beloved In the south and his visits were always CllII joined by his former pupils and Pill Ish loners In his later years It was his custom to offer prayer whenever he made a ministerial call On one occasion he called at a house where j three of his former pupils were stay Ing These ladles were all past the thirtieth year mark but In the eyes of the old gentleman they were still girls which explains Mie petition he offered Lord bless these dear girls just budding into sweet womanhood This was too much for one of the number who taking advantage of the j doctors deafness added this clause ed sotto voce Alas Lord budded bloom C4SeIarshe tll8 KIa4 YIII Iiaa uw ls BolIghtI Kgnatoo FL4T rPcf I Senator Culberson Tuesday Intro duced a bill to prohibit crroporatlons from making contributions in connec tion with elections and to provide for the publication of lawful contribu tions Much Sunday School Work Needed The following letter was mailed o a number of Sunday School workers of the county last week and Is of In terest to everyone who sympathizes with this very worthy and deserving matterDear Sunday School WorkerWon- ow have an organization in each Magisterial District as well as the county as a whole which means that we have had eight conventions this yearIn fact Buford has had two besides State Worker T C Gcbauer has held several rallies We lack I only one thing of meeting the require ment of a Banner County and that Is to pay the remainder of our appor tionment to State work which is 2500 for this year the most of which has been paid then we have a small Indeoledttessifbr printing and tape Altogether we need 25M now meet ail domariis and pay eapeoBcs id ieit County Convention Win Jqu nor your School please help ia this m t tar by December ICth If possible if not then in time for na to send In before January IN 1S08 The organs ration his willing 4 ready to further help your School whenever you are willing and indJorte Jt to your officers We suggest law every 8611001 whether in operation or Ate have some form of entertalaaacBt during Ui HblMflja and make tie nat rf the tk ra i- a J J t occasion for Christ aridywjJvBohool J f C latellyal B AV F IlrealMiss Annie Patton SecY uuiJTreaa T qr Land Sale For Taxes r By vlrture of taxes due mo Sheriff Ohio county Kentucky 1w11l on Monday January Cth J90S expose to public sale at the Court House door Hartford Kentucky the following l land or so much thereof as majr ba necessary to produce the gums required viz tl L Dr A B Baird 8 acres 3005 E L Brown six acres 310 E O Bannon 10 acres 2CO W P Pool Bro 1 lot 400 AuKman Miller Co 280 T II Hewlett 25 acres 390 Mrs eJunlc Moseley 1 lot 1135 William Casey 100 acres 3CO j Thomas L Taylor 10 acnto 3775 L W Stevens 1 lot 290 David J Warch 30 acres 340 A P Voyles 30 acres 350 Matilda Yates CO acres 4C5 Parker Haynes 25 acres 590 No IEast HartfordC B Sul lenger C acres 937 A L Westerfleld 70 acres 1590 M J Hart 30 acres 410 W L Hall and G M Peach 100 acres 670 J D Harris GO acres 500 No 2Ed Brunei 3 lots S52 No 1 East Hartford colored list Lucy McColus 1 lot 245 v Thomas Grflln 1 lot 575 Griffin 1 lot 500 IRile Foreman 2 acres 750 Ida Sampson 200 Charley Parks 1 nero 525 No SJohu W Showeni colored lots SOO Mrs Emy Wilcox 137 acres 040 Reid colored 1 lot 626 IISam1 Reid agt E Rows col one 325 Hiram Howard agent Terte Brown laot 510I Mrs C A Warden 70 acres SJB Virgil Warden 1 lot 075 Luther Hlnos 1 lot 700 S D Robertson 35 acres 4147 INo 10R L Smith 10 acres 805 Verdlnc Dockory 25 acres 1170 6Tliomaa and T W Smith IKo 1000 nct88i55Iacre 345 A J Goff IS acres 300 K1 Goff IS acres 300 K F Ford 1 lot 1130eK F Ford agt 2 12Mrs Sarah J Peach 1 lot IXU J H Ragland Co 1 lot 170ii No 14Mrs Agnos Shaver 1 lot 3Co Iills Ellen Midkiff colored 10 350 No lAlox Sprolo colored ono 5CO Columbus Sirolo colored two lots 770 No 15 GcorgoDono 1 lot 4So Mrs Elizabeth Austin colored 1 lot 2S5 Nelson Jackson colored 1 lot Ct0 Mrs Millie Ponuloxter colored Rifc acres 300 Mrs An Ilutchlneon f lot 400 No 1GV T Mattock 16 acre 575 IXo IS Wilbur Marlow 50 acres 1143 Charles Guess 1 lot 235 No 2GJamcs Oiler 25 acrosG05 No 31T1 HurbetSO acresai11- L E Hamilton 00 acres HIO No 2SWA Wimsatl 1 lot 114 No 2DII 11 Klntht 70 act 590J H Roach 132 acres 14C5 S L Johnson C7 acres 880 J T Taylor 87 acres lCor No 24Jas P Ford filty uuiv 530 J W Spurrier 70 acres 850 No 10J A Payton 90 apres70D R B MARTIN S O C H All I Interest is Focused On Christmas I =And what line of business would you say receives most attention rU b jewelry and youll gmss right li occupies first place in the heart of allyoung and old Dont La Our Display Escape You Months ago we decided to be in u position to say to Christmas shoppers Here is a Christmas Jewelry dipliy that for size for merit for vurlUy for generous djsplay DEMAND your attention NOW WE SAY ITAND EVERY WORD bi IT IS TIlE TRUTH I Take your time to view our crowing thoroughly Ask about qualltllu j prices Find out all you wish iiqjit everything in which you are Intereat ed HB none to soon to do the chooj Ihgl We are glad to lay aside nil eir lections I J13 rAPPAI T JEIELERlDdOPTICIIK eDt strut Opposite Court louse HARTFORD f I It- fir VVVJ tfOY fOR f ILLS OF LIFE awe Acts as a Tonl to the Whole Sysy ternz According tp current 4dea y ngin good society Is anlimpr6p SIp of weariness according to the teach r Ings of physiology it is a longdrawn forcible inspiration followed by shorter respiration according Ato Tr Naegeli the great European physician it is one oi natured math remedies the pr0perxaprjllcaUon which depends upon ood judgment In yawning not only the muscles which move the lower Jaw are Used but also the breathing muscles of the chest + and he who yawns in the properwayalso raises and ex teqds the arms In the deepest In spiration the chest remains extended for a short Ume the eyes are almo- storentitelclosed the ears somewhat t raised the nostrils dilated Inside th mouth the tongue round and arched the palate piffly stretchedand the t uvula is ralHdiilJnost entirely closing the space b Lyen the nose and throat At the beginning of the Inspiration cracking t olse is heard in the cars proof that the duct leading to the hearing also succumbs to this stretch ing I If the yawning has reached the deepest polntlt will require from one to one and a half seconds for it to be come noticeable to the hearing To observe this let one place himself at a sufficient distance from a clock so that its ticking will not bo easily 1heard and yawn deeply During this deep breathing the sound of the clock is not perceptible to the most f careful listening All this simply goes to show that yawning sets a a number of muscles to work and par subjectt4to the will Although a person yawning does ance a yawn Is very agreeable to the f person yawning for the stretching r I of muscles causes a feeling of com fort It acts like messageand is most natural gymnastics of the lungs imag inable Dr Naegeli therefore advis es people not to concern themselves I with socalled decency but every morning and evening and as often as poslble to exercise the lungs and call the muscles of respiration by yawn ing and stretching as many chron ic lung troubles may thus be prevent ed He orders the patient troubled with too much wax In the ears accompan ied with pain to yawn often and deeply He also In cases of nasal catarrh inflammation of the palate sore throat and earache orders the patient as often as possible during t each day to yawn from six to ten I times successively and Immediately after to swallow The result will be surprising If one looks upon yawn ing as a natural massage for certain organs he will reach a satisfactory IJrOpel1tiesJust a little Cascaswect Is all that Is necossaryto give your baby when It Is cross and peevIsH Cascasweet con tains no opiate nor harmful drugs and Is highly recommended by mothers everywhere Comforms to the NatlontIPure Food Law Sold by m t4HugeLuminous Clock H Experiments are being made at the Eiffel Tower with an immense lumin 4 ilIUS clock which will be visible all over Paris There will be no hands or dial but the time will be eyol1 t Iy luminous figures changing f minute tr He dth Stick I have fired the walkingstick Ive 1 tarried over 40 years on account of a r sore that resisted every kind of treat nent until I tried Bucklens Arnica t t Salve that has healed the sore and J made mo a happy man write John Garrett or North Mills N C Guaran i j teed for Piles Burns etc by all druggists m Resolutions of Respect a The regular meeting of Rough lily er Lodge No 110 K of P held at Castle Hall in Hartford Ky on De cember 3rd 1907 announcement was made of the death of Rev Silas New ton Whereupon the Chancellor Com mander appointed a committee which committee brought In the following report whclh was unanimously adopt edWhereas The officers and members of this lodge have learned with pain and regret that Rev Silas Newton I a former townsmen a minister above reproach and a nKIght in good stand lug In this lodge was called on Thanksgiving day Nov 28th fro f this lodge of Labor to a lodge o- lovotherefore f be It I colved That the officers and members of this lodge tender to his t family dtln sympathy in their lossand k that We bear testimony to his ster f1 ling worth as a man to his falthful jrtnctn as a minister and to his loyallt- yi d as aJCjulght of Pythias r Ivs Resolved further That a copy ot1 these resolutions be furnished the l iuEththathe Pfbf ed hrothet Blt WOODWAItDr i TR1ltNARD B f Committee- S f Ii l g Estcay QtICe- l Taken dpi as astray on October 25 tleV71ty CV Leisure living dire mil B south of Ro6lne Ky near Mt Plearant church one black mare mule highae a l hurt white spots on each side of back supposed to bo saddle marks some white hairs on right shoulder collar marks on weathers rough shod all around and is worth 5160 Given un der my hand as Justice of the peace for Ohio county Kentucky This October 29 1907 W P MILLERJ P 0 C r LIST OF CLAIMS COet Allowed By the Ohio Fiscal Court At the Special April Term 1907AAllen W S team on road 460 SameI II 450 Albin J C 225 Black Frank boardetc 18090 Baker E W team on road 230 Bashnm R H 450 Boswell C FII 150 Bean F M 300 Benton Q M 75 Berryman J N 375 Baughn F D for nails 315c Carson Co Mdse Almshouso 1662 Combs Leslie team on road 300 Clarke Jerry 225 Crabb Marlon 4 225 Canary R B 375 Chapman H H 4 450 Canipfield G W II 300 Cummins R H 300 Chapman W B 300 Cooper Porter Surveying etc 1800 Chamberlin B S per diem 1200 DeWeese Capt J M house for inspection of militia 1000 Dean W S per diem 1200 Evans W H team on road 225 Edge John W 600 Euge W R per diem 1200 Fuqua R B team on road 375 Graham A F hauling lumber 1300 Haynes R E team on road 150 4 I Same 150 Hoops C H 450 Hatler Wm 150 Heflin Cleve 150S Hinton W E 600 Hicks Jas L I 450- Hartford Pub Co Supplies and Printing 3900 KyLlght Power ColIghtsetc 6480 King Zach team on road GOO King S L 980 Keown Cal P Lumber 10000 Leach W L team on road 450 Leach S T 225 2 Same 4 300 Leach W L 225 Leach WC 300 Loyd Bird 225 Magau J F Bridge floring 6200 Miller W N team on road 300 Muffett D H 600 Massey Ed 450 Morrison C E work at jail 1JOO Mldklff Oscar board at jail 11920 Martin Hll fees etc 72000 Miller W P per diem 1200 7 Miles J II per diem 1200 Nevitt J M team on road 300 Peyton Joe expense on prisoner 200 Phillips Charlie team on road 225 Phelps W B 4 150 Render Frank team on road 750 Ralph H H bridge sills 150 Rhoads S C 150 Rock AbI 300 Render S H per diem 1200 Shaver J A conveyance for pris oner 300 Stevens Richard witness claim 300 Smith H H team on road 300 Shields Warren 450 Stewart Wm MII 1050 Stinnett W L 300 Smith Jno 300 Tatum E D 150 Taylor C G 450 SameII 450 Taylor Thos I 525I Taylor R N 300 Tlnsloy W V bridge work 250 Taylor R H team on road 375r Taylor W B holding inquest 600 Tinsley W S per diem 1200 Wright Lafe 150 Wade C R I 600 Whlttaker R L 75I Ward L F 9C- OWlllams J IL per diem 900 State of Kentucky County of Ohio Set- I W S Tinsley Clerk of Ohio foregom ing is a true and copy of the claims allowed by the Fiscal Court at the Special Term 1907 IGven under my hand this tho 26th day of November 1907 W S TINSLEY C 0 C C By M MARKS D C i OACB5O XLXwSLa- Bawith rise lilld You Hare Aisa Birceht SJpatut w 1 itIf k- u e iiit s Sciaticat o lis over I was taken with sciatica In w r left hlpfrom whlchIwas laid uj helpless for over six weeks writes Julius Scott of 10325 Columbia AY onuo Cleveland OhioIII could not lie on my left side and my left leg was swollen and became so mufe shorter that I had to have five itsputon my lfet shoo Every winter for a number of years 1 was laid up In this wayand suffered excruciating pain I tried everything and al the consolation I got from peo pie was that sciatica could not be cured After trying everything else as n last resort I got a dollar bottle of Sloans Liniment and was amazed when I found that It gave me relief I used a second bottle and the swell Ing went out of my leg and itwso- nly necessary for me to use a part of the third bottle Sloans Liniment has certainly done wonders for me and if you wish to refer to the you can do so France Building Aerial Fleet Five airships on the model of the Patrlo are being built by the French military balloonists Each of them will be stationed at a place on the frontier which has already been selected The Republlqiio goes to Toul the Democratic to Belfort the Liber te to Epinal the Verite to Besancon and the Justice to Lyons Thousands of men and women In all walks of life are suffering from kidney and bladder troubles Dont neglect your kidneys Delays are dan gerous DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills afford quick relief for all forms of kidney and bladder trouble A weeks treatment 25c Sold by all druggist m W2IW1 mTO Oho County Circuit CourtToF Blrkhoad Judge Ben D Ringo Attorney Oscar Mldkiff Jailer Ed G Barrass Clerk Frank K Kellx Master CommlssIoncrY it Mose ley Trustee Jury Fund It B Martin Sheriff Hartford Deputies S A Bratchcr L P Crowder W C Ashley J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday In Marcb and August and continues three weeks and third Monday in May and November two weeks County CourtW B Taylor Judge W S Tlnsley Clerk E M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Court Begins on the third Monday In January April July and October Court of claimsConvenes first Mon day In January Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Officers N Moxley Surveyor S W Leach Assessor Ru UoyJames DoWeeseSchool Superintend ant Hartford Jerome Allen Coronet Jingo JUSTICES COURTS- J H Williams Beaver DamMarch 21 Juno 23 September 21 December 21 W P Miller Horse BranchMarch 26 June 25 September 23 December 25 W S Dean Dundee Martin 27 June 20 September 2C December 27 W R Edge Fordsvllle March 2SJune September 27 December 28 B S Chamberlain BellaMarch 29 June 23 September 29 December 29 Herbert Rrnder CentertownMarch P0 Juno 29 September 29 December 30 jolm H Mlles Rockport Mirch 31 Juno 30 September 30 December 31 HARTFORD POLICE COURT R It Wedding Judge J S GtennClty Attorney Seth MosoleyMarshal Court convenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServices third Sunday In each month at 11 a m and p m2nd Sunday at 7 p m4th Sunday at 11 a in and 7 p in Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev J A Lewis Pastor assisted by RovJ Frank Baker Baptist Church Services held Satur day night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting over Thursday evening Rev A B Gardner PastorC ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at 11 a m und 7 p m Rev Bozarth Pastor Christian ChurchServices every first Sunday at 11 n m and 7 p m Rev W B Wright Pastor School Trustees Hartford C M Crowe J S Glenn W S TlnsleyC M Barnett Dr E B Pendloton City CouncllJ H Williams Mayor C M CroweClerk C M BarnettTrcao urer R E L Simmerman Dr E B Pendleton A D Wile Wm Fair Wm Bean Dr J W Taylor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge N6 675 F A Ma sons meets first Monday night In each month C M Crowe W M Marvin Bean Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 meets every third Saturday night in each month W N Stevens High Priest French Vlck ers Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knight of Pythias meeta every Tuuadiiy night R D Walker C C R C Porter IL of R and S Hartford Tent No M K O T M meets every Thursday night J G Her Commander D E Thomas Reo ord Keeper Sunshine Hlvo No 42 L O T AC Meets fIrst Friday evening and third Friday afternoon of each month Mrs z Wayne Griffin Lady Commander Was Sue Teller Lady Record Keeper Preston Morton Post No 4 G A B holds regular meetings Saturday bed the first Sunday in each month F Porter Commander R A Anderk Ohio Tribe No 188 Imp Order Rod Wodnoedayley Sachem J Soy Foster Chief of RecordsIthird Wednesday nights in each month I R L Tyveddell Counsel Commander Dr E S Pea dleton Camp Clerk I ttw o I Lift1i1 tar t T are M Md by IndJq stIon If jrwt at e subjectattacksefIndigestion ta I heartheartburnIndigestion causes the eXpand swell and puff up andfores II time the heart becomes dise- asedKodol For Dyspepsia digests what you cat takes the strata tff of the heart and contributes nourishmtnfc tbtbOdYStomach Inflammation of the mucou DlrltiveII the Stomach inebyfnsldltemyheartpslpltate imasdiatortilsfURS LOR1NO NICHOLS PonD Yea KiT I had stomach trouble and was In a bad tats at I IaCIllOa KAUBLB rUnuU a Digests What You Eat X lltTM InUfMtl at tae Leb MU MoaMli blek orateq otEeDWZY law of irai ate 10 Ohieae 0 SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS vvCL a t A PROMPT EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR ALL FORMS O- FRHEUMATISM LII upmlgtKldny f Khifna Dlmemmmm GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied externally It affords almost in stant relief from pain while permanent results are being effected by taking It In ternally purifying the blood dissolving the poisonous substance and removing It from thesystemDR D BLAND Of nrowton Go writesI had been intTeror for a number of yearn wltb Lumbago and UUeumttlemln my arm and leas and tried all the remedle that 1 could gather from medical work and also consulted Pblelan1buctoundlIolblnll prescribeItlnmypracncefor DItCLGATESnR- Dcock Minn writes t weakbackeaniedbycould not itand on her feet The moment they put her down on the Door be would scream wIth todayheruuaronndaaJ proscribe aUIt0VS for paUntl and use It practiceFREE If you are suffering with Rheumatism Lumbago Sciatica Neuralgia Kidney Trouble or any kindred disease write to us for a trial bottle of 5DROPS PURELY VEGETABLE bDkOPSisentirelyfreefromopium cocaine morphine alcohol laudanum and other similar Ingredients Urge Site Rattle 5UUOIW 800 Dose 1UO for Sale by DrufglU COMPANY1Dep DEFENDgDbendmodelrawhaorpwto Free advice how to COUNTIESIdnrlnerr finny money and of kefattnt ExclullvelyWrIteDU Math Skeet waHIN epp II4Statss aunt Ofle KILL HE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsHew PRICEFORAND ALI THROAT AND LtJHITlOIIWe- GUABANrJi =ATIFAOTO1ti OR MQKEY VJrDBI sUREJCURE For All DUtuM o- fSTOMACH LIVER 8 KIDNEYS n Mica Axle Grease Helps the Wagon up the Hill IIghterWagonand more money and have more time to mate money when wheels arc greased with CreaseinterThe longest wearing and most satisfactory lubricant in the world STANDARD OIL CO JDtorpora4 I Spasms St Vitus Dance Many persons who suf fered untold agonies from epilepsy fits spasms and St Vitus Dance are to 4ay well The strength ening influence of Dr Miles Nervine upon the shattered nerves having restored them to perfect healthI agony that words cannot express from St Vltus dance which followed a very sevoro spell rheumatism I doctored sician but the moro I took of hismed icine the worse I got My mothers do votlon saved me After she had become physically procured the first dose to the last a continual change for tho better was notlcable and when 1 had taken eleven bottles I was well and In robust health EDWARD D REAM North Manchester Indiana spasmsfortored with many physicians ho con tinued to grow worse until he had ten spasms in ono week About that tlmo MllesNervingHis Improvement seemed slow but when ho had finished the fourth bot andhaveshan always recommend Dr Mllca MRS BELL M TTNDAU Hastings Neb yourdruggistfirst bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money I Miles Medical Co Elkhart Iud I and TRADEMARKS Promptly obtained In PATENTSTHATexpense and help you to success Bend model photo or sketch for FREE report SURPASSING nook on Profitable Patents write to iO35O5 streetWASHINGTON D C IThe Safets and Quickest Way to Transfer Money IS BY lONG DISTANCE TEEHONEI For Rates Apply to Local Mgr Glliltielllaild Tell Tel gO IICOUrOUATED T De RENFROW DENTISTAll work in his line executed by the I most improved methods Crown and bridge work a specialty All work guaranteed Office up stairs next door to Woerners shoe store Hart ford JAMES C BENNETT P O Box m Hartord Kjr LICENSED AUCTIONEER Will sell any and all kinds of prop erty In Ohio county Terms reasona ble Your patronage solicited J 1- f lmlfJlr lIcm n J p OMBABMTT QESMIT5 f BARNETT SMITH l t ATTORNEYS ATLAW HARTFORD r wm praqtlco their professloalf all the courts of Ohio and adolninc counties and Court of Appeals Specla1 attention given to nil business entrusted to their care Collections and the Prac t t tlco rt Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican builds i Ing P i A FRANK Le FELIX Attorney atLaw rHARTFORD KY t Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Cot 1 lections a Specialty Office In the Her aid building r CHAS M CROWE LAWYER HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals Special at tention given to criminal practice and to collections Office in old Republican building on Center street I JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collections making abstracts c also Notary Pub lic for Ohio county Office north side public square R R WEDDING iAttorney at Law HHARTFORD JY i Will practice In the Sate and Federal pensionsEtc countyOffice s =M L HKAVRIN EItMisrwooDwAnit HEAVRIN WOODWARD G orevs as ehQU HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In andCourten criminal practice and collections Of fice next door to Bank of Hartfotd YANCYL MOSLEY 1 ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KYItheCourtsand In the Court of Appeals Also No NationalBank WH DARNES SA ANOERS011 BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY theyhavetlco of Law In all courts State and Fed eral with offices south side of Main street opposite Court House Hartford ii Ky and litigation AbstractlnGiTltieS Estate will be given Notary In office W II BARNES s A ANDERSON GRADUATE NURSE 9 MIS SUSIE MAYA graduate of Owensboro Cjty Hos= pital has located inIr- h HARTFORD J timesResidencephone No 13- 7Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLIo F CAN 100weri ar in advance I r i Nasalr ir t ytrns4osld be tlesallsey 1tYER Elys Cretm Bate desaeessootbasdhealthe ItcvMttUrrhui ei l war a eotd U too 1Fid 1II qulcklr I aaJla1m1a 1r1totil iitrW I fIf tkelaeSlbraaead l0 ib0orbetlx i1t41ii1Jmedlath cure foiowa It U aot ylngdo e soteesneezing rSLstt IIOIita at Dfac lrTrWelseleoatrbysosllZL cark J J c ryr J 1TTERuick- RelieitlindCrefd I 41 k The butache Mdlci f this Ipolj t1oa Li1 gtafce 1tytEt f0a GiauaaiLiit1 J1 s o w Iirytr s rMt f i J it It uil I L YJ l r 1 1 tI f if- r1i I 11 j q r t i A b r J d ti J 0 I hi co L 11 r 1It 1 fL ii I 0 r I fl1r I r Xmas Books Most all children aVe lovers of good Books and if you object to spending your casjion toys buy some nice books They t are instructive as well as pleasing to the young folks All kinds from the Linen A BwC to the most advanced series for t older children v d Silverware For older folks nothing could be more useful or make a nicer present than a f piece of our handsome Silver Ware Ster ling Souvenir Spoons Gravy Ladles Berry Spoons Salad Forks Fish Forks Knives and Forks Tea Spoons fable Spoons Etc Be sure to see the line x Cut GlassIA splendidselection of elegant American Cut Glass What could be more de sirable as well as useful to any home Dont forget to call and see our Wares We guarantee a piece would please the Aflady of the house Our Jewelry We have made a special effort for Xmas in our Jewelry Department We feel confident that our endeavors along this linewill be appreciated Novelties in Belt Buckles Brooches Veil Pino Scarf Pins Set Rings Shirt Waist Set Side Combs Back Combs Purses Fobs Watch Chains Society Pins Etc Ask 4tosee them t Xmas China I No dining room is complete without Pretty China A sensible Gift one that is sure to please In your Xmas hop i ping dont over look this one feature of our Great Assortment Berry Seta f Desert Dishes Pudding Sets Baking Dishes Salad Bowls l Cake plates Din 0 I t ner Sets etc 4 i Fairs DollsI e I O rDollD prtll QtJla always been I v- a V fd ina ting place for Ni thu i children and sometimes the older heads are Jeveni tspending much time looking at their lifelike faces Whatever you dot fdont disappoint your little girl by ridg jecting to buy her one of our swept faced y l oils Wont Cst much and It will j liesuch geuuiner pleasure toy the little r nerr 7i t fl 74tih jr l it celt ijifJ itt z i 0 Y I j j 10i I S iiI Ii t 1 1 iI lrrI lJ t I rt to I i 1jIoj7 iY t J5 r HEADED FOR FAIRS STOREM- y Dear Little F lksfhe above line will tell you exactly where you will find my headquarters for Christmas Dont miss meeting me at Fairs for I have spared no pains in making a complete line of Toys of all kinds that you are sure to admire Come early Bring mamma and papa that they may enjoy the feast with you Your friend always SANTA CLAUS i TOYDOffl I Our unusually large assort I ment of I I TOYS i 1 i are sure to interest the chili dren and we earnestlyI reIquest the parents to come bring the little ones or send them that their eyes may feast onthe good things Santa Claus Has in store for them A corps of competent salespeople will be ready to show them avery attention S AdviceIMake Selection Early I As later the rush will be on and stock broken v 1 t v 4 t A4 1 1 Handkerchiefsr Our Handkerchief stock is always above the average but our Holiday line is far superior to any wo have yet car ried You will want to remember all I your friends in some way Why not come and look at our Kerchiefs Nothing would be more suitable All kinds All prices Mens Neckwear Young men Your brother or sweetheart expect as well as the little folks to be remembered in some way Take ad vantage of our large assortment of Neck wear for them Just what they would like exactly what they need Our styles are late A lookmeans to us a sale Call i early Miscellaneous Presents All must have something none to be left out So heres a list to suit Look- down it Boys Caps Mens Mufllers Childs Leggins Childs Wool Toques Facinators Newport Scarfs Towels Napkins Table Linens Lap Robes Umbrellas Suspenders Kid Gloves Belts Feather Boas etc Our Basement No one need to visit our store and go away empty handed Even our 5c and lOc Basement has a Holiday appearance I always bargains found in it But our Xmas values have never been matched If prices in our other departments do not appeal to you go to our Basement Wo are sure to show you goods at 5c and lOc that you cannot possibly resist Call I early Cloaks and Furs- We are recognized LEADERS in the above line Our styles are later our qualities superior our prices a shade low er Now that we may make a general clean up we are going to make some spe cial prices during the Holidays that will come in reach of any father or mother desiring to give their daughter some thing really nice as well as useful 1o cloak is really complete unless a Fur and Muff accompany it We have a beauti ful atcredit to any city store We bought them to sell hence we are making a price to move tnem Call and see us r t r 60 I J i k t p + c r J tf J I II r 0t I r 1 1 I r J J lI v r N v iio County Boy Relates Experiences Ii Sunny Soith Requires Priva r tion and Hr shipto Land Them At 4 Off November 19 in company armedxa1nod t vacatloLh thl1 not yet extinguished rthelarge game i Before starting I was sure that o Jreach and kill large game requ J expenditure of money and t I the exercise of patience andpers 1 ance and the enduring of bards t ps i On the coourselveain climate conditions and people were + I n1 i completlnrJourseemcC very anxious to sell and all took ty of time waiting on us No t seemed In a hurry to do any thfloons All who had them went about their deliberatelyI The of hurry and m ch uof the State capital so surprised rn that we stood upon he sreets and 1 edit upon nils different tlvllizatloa during alter all If h Is not best Theof first view of Jackson left no doubt of the fact that we were In the b ckA belt We looked out over the small enLi11f beitholdand I lug out in ijoid relief from it Jamesi K Val ca llllunlIoled In his long butti aristocratic tendeijuus and extreme views on the negro question ruled destinies of the Sarp GrAftmtI for the first thno ilo South opulent Iintno mimic snow of its cotton It Isa f only crop raised in this part ofn f the State Ii vas ready for its picking seal it presented the appearC ante of a light fall of snow on a wet weed field itt home Arriving in VlcksG burg wu lunched at the Garden teap Uiurant and started out in an fate louring cur o visit the points of 11IterEst1f lu the old battle field which extends ai round the city on the East In a great semicircle 28 miles long The city was Magiiidclently situated for det Aproachees on the West were gnu ndhad ci try tlieMiufs and the Mlsslsslpi r rIne which thou ran by the city The Ittho lns guarded by a chain of forts on broken hills separated by deep vines Grant cut a canal across the river bend on the West to divert the channel of the ever rherVI Blatriver fell very low and the projectth was a laihiie h Is yet known as Grants Canal and the river- S has boon prewired from taking It fo a channel by embankments The sub fiiquenc movements of the two ar cooIpad my our to vas broiKl lace to face with the I rung cl iUii jf forts on the East c lamlliar 10 the stud en of hisojy Ev i i 1 Wlilll fill ihls battle field can be strugIgee the was ar got Unii ion Onr army is everywhere shown The pe the rcrdartt oftie earth and the absence i r s have left the ft i us the armies did when were JtIllel KM nderecl except for the I i m converting it into a miles iurk uovernment Every dtpa armyisaidtrk gut 1 Win uJKi In the side of ti hill whore a crederate fort vraa Bltuat d lull t i uuel between a Federal and vil CI lent u who met each oft her toot a it foiiii i hand to hand conflict the ii the t a A confederate monu bayou it eit 1 other hill shows where a LoulBlatm iery was mined and the four tap oi tie Ill blown off destroying a the bntdy The zigzag approac D over nod through the hills wheree wild the Unoft army gradually ap and preached i tots can be plainly trac ed Thu its of the North prompt struvIhave ere UM fitting monuments in r dlcUiag vie e their various military his I 0r1UJIllCl i vere and in grateful re inomteraitt if those who havo fall to ofrfiri nine mlliti u organizations in the whom k l sli geiinu ban marked the spots whcerts tley war e rested by fitting mot u We Hunts n1 ijfar tho place where ihe salt E Louisiana I tcry was blown ups has creel d t Homo shaped memos of marbl jil granite at n cost of more thun II quarter ofa milllbn and of dollars jslde of this dome are was 4 IrWlbed tl ames and rank of oVia1 ery naa from Illinois that participated l 0 i it f+ it1 V z Sr l1tlt iMktUe Otto end BlinneBbt Who rtbok tMbti thesiege I t erNA 3bc inch gtlnstandsonend mark the spot where Pemberton rendered bjs amlshed army of thirty one thouaana men and all his war ma terial that had ever taken place In writ The garrison was rthe moat desperate straits before Jt surrendered At the northtend of battle ground tho Federal cemetery situated In It are burled over t thousand Union soldiers andone Coti federate Few of thodead are known by their names but all have slaps of marble to mark their resting plac ouchwiththatsadlatUudecan give Itls satyrouad ed by a high iron picket fence and in- wasconstant care of a keeper who Union soldier As long as n nation us honors those who have fallen in Its dCfenseuwnneverrdlelLake we o tchisjourtIleernrght Ii was the parish seat From what WJ could learn the town had urt house half a hundred white men eight saloons and an cadet number of negroes rainfcarailglerILadas vipgin fes of moss and spread with a- rpet green ca of palmettto and sale Pantati6ns with thousands of cotton we came to St Joseph the capitol of Tehsas Parish We f quite an interesting lltttle city For thevonbank the Mississippi but that restless stream Is now near half a mile away short distance above is the landing used by Andrew Jackson when he was gaged in slave traffic After a clean up at the barrber shop I proceed cd to tho office of A E Green who Superintendent of Parish schools found him engaged in a busts conversation with an old negro hoof plantatlonathe Tho transaction was completed by Mr eens complying with tho old ne negros request for two bits to buy drink I found Mr Green to berig very polite sensible Southern gen endlastvery possible courtesy to us In me antime my friend staggered orge Bennett who has a lucrative ition in tile town Between DimoGreen and Bennett we were 0 with kindness Mr Green took us to his home for dinner withstanding the fact that ho never met us before and that his wife weasewe ho our first experience with g Southern hosjiiiality We BI day with Mr Green and Aircolnett Alter giving Mr Green a am 11earth noraproducts we left St Joseph for Ii bargain plantation at which placeCI were to be joined by Mr Mar ck for our short hunt We w mpanled by Mr Bennett Fr time we found Mr Green and ttWeal erof the and his family vtoj possibly be They spared no eforrtI make us feel at home and to e stay pleasant Mr Black made arrangements among his weis11t1eers The first deer started by the houndsus killed by two local hunters who in between us 3nd the hounds the next day Mr J H Roll insndingowner of tho dogs and a very 3In gentleman and experienced hunter it eldstadeployed along a bayou was left at another croslsng half a away In a short time tho hound ing a start Everyone was on- t the watching for the deer with rcadYssIn a few moments I heard two prlttwo more Then I heard the of the horn whlchmeant ti deer was killed I rode down tho fatal aiid soon cams to the scene slaughter I beheld a magAlticl out and prong buck bleadlng from almost yet score air buckshot wounds and allesbeasts of the Southern forest were the most magnlficlentpf all the ed trylookingggle he made After ho had been jlv wounded by BeanbttlI contqmplatcd wit death wltb1 genuine regret 1 sorrow 1 saved his had toAmount old Perpetuate the event and the lifcy the the stately denizen of the forest to resort existence had always been un ain tlrely then went into camp on the Ten went river In a forest which wo were a long1a1 and high no the Inhabitants loxdept tho wild beasts one old English trapper who hardly less civilized than the an Vmongr whom bp lived Here we Ured on squirrels and yen An J IIt T y d l isonin a prlmeyial forest tangtepuh briarslainltYineg and undergrowthr fear away PVI tl not ovjra whistle coilld be heard i IOqt of aeorge8honCnd the barkpf Old llobspn on a cteBr1 trajl1 urremlplledus that tar away from this lonely haunt of the wild beasts Ple Uxed ln comfort and that bly some one very far away- d mlghtv tobe thinking of us We spenVthei nights in listening to the negroeetelh tjrles oof hunting and fishing One 01vieIjfl t stories I think wbrTfi bola tins ofwJJrown who Is not a memberot hujrch and acording to Mr Rollln Jbverefore an entirely Crustwortby ne S1 0 The Alligator gains In the Ilakes and bayous grow Very Jarg sometime s reaching eight and ten feet Ip length and weighing aBm chas four lun dyed and fifty punfsAta certain season they float arid sometimes con sregate in gangs eoGrge found a doz ell or more lying side by side like a raft of sawlogs He landed his boat sJon across to the farthest one whichras am than the rest back across the fish with erteet sate ty to the boat The story wag yiich aed for by Mr Rollins OldTrapp told some Interesting stories about hunt l1iteIngfaiglsbut hans no one to vouch for him I retrain from repent ing him I v We had one ylslt from the old t 0lndhundred and twentyhree ques lions put to him by the author de llberately and wed tropndidplaacrescat which sprang Into his cabin couDunaand teacher for some of the m zlne nature fakers for he harts knows the animals among whom holied lives Deer are sometimes killed 8 m Clayakenovel experiment We put theh light on Trapp loaded our guns dayassa deer across the bayou some tance away glowing like coals ofwefire It was an exciting movem Everybody wanted to shoot Fl ly one member of the party got fifedht position under the light fired a chtrge of buckshot at the de onlythesuchonready gun This time ho did not ve All looked breathlessly and ircautlous1y through the thick brush best for a few moments and then R1hout Sold ofhasthe ro was threhtened with instant death x should ever relate how some hun 11Itd gray planet that lights up theaat night two hundred and Sdseventyfive yards builtereour Loairtnegroes slept In same room yet our slep was sound dreamless and undisturbed1 ions of the future For we w ay from oven the thought of et ilization After nearly a weeks 51 tohadtho Due 3aturworewe at of Rollins Reluctantly parting with Due j of these people who had treated pv with such kindness we turned our Nolnighttheir weeks wages earned the cotton field Practically all went over the counter at the lunch nd and the saloon Strange as it Specbilenegroes men and women ill drink Legal there was not even a difficulty St Joseph has a large cotton co and a plant that manufactu cottonseed oil It Is a beautiful andcentsperous little city Ninetyth tee cent of the Inhabitants of Watt u Parish arenegroesThe Parish I Capiatlands thoughnot well dcelopur useofjail and a ponte and ltosplt sbl Nat of conuty officials On Sunday Duiedeeply indebted to all and start= Southward to see more of the coun We reached yardalin at 10 oclock m and ferried over the Mississippi to Natches A zlgzAg railway h numerous switches enabled the honStcity on the bleb The city 1 uder hill which was for so long of gamblers thieves find throats In early flays has been mv the swallowed up by the ehchoach best of the mighty river and only few cabins clinging close to the bluff stand as mute sentinels past The city on the hill seemed i expiithesph1t GhasImposing Confederate monument JP ft AJbI jP adornfione ottie parks If was e ed to the dead of Notches and Ad Ifcuntyir V thedeepmost grand oldyC1tyIt ti a private cpn live o magnolia oVCfgreeh5sslat 12 oclock pn Sunday night we reached Batoa Ron e at 6 oclock the next morning f 1Ve had aTn xce w of the Stafe house Whe- regislatureto the Le exrtk session pawtherice and cane s fields switches ran oft the main railroad in every direction over the plantations over which the sugar cane was being brought to the sugar mills The cane was stripped cut and piled by negroes It was ed uprving cranes and 101 on wagons then It was taken from the wagons by ihrcranes and load ndon the cars The cape and rice region seemed 4o men to be the garden t of the South Jt is in a high state ortulnvaUon couqtrykedriver and through country whose wealth can hardly be estimated came ai last to the metropolles of tie South New Orleans We took a trol ly and coasted along St Charles Aven ue On either side the elegant man alone of the wealth in endless sac ies pierapevergreen trees hrubbery clinging vines I nlflcient business houses hotels dences parks and monuments and ical and semitropical trees thisnts in endless profusion make theonntry more energy and en InOlTwo Kentuckians are hou the city One of the principal parks naturalbyadorns another park There are mnay places of interest in thl 4 descripths spent in sight seeing we turned Iidisnd us traveled for about twenty hours jala laden with crystals of frost and J jrsoft0Ie distinguished consideration Due J M m Dewltts Little Early Risers are lOMpills mads They do not gripe J by all druggists m NO 5792IReport of FIRST NATIONAL J theJHartford at Hartford in of Kentucky at the clc se of Business Dec 3 1907 bofRESOURCES ns and discounts 8000866 rdrafts securedand noneUWOOOOOe 168700yfrom National Banks 804dayBankers 17715 from approved re serve agents 1052338 e cashitems 70534 s of other National Banks 695500 Fractional currency t tnickelsiand cents 277 J LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz ie 667465 tender 777465 1 notes 110000 Um5 per of circulation 125000 Total t 13554485 ytalOOo lus fund 126000U extpepses p 105026 Istanding 297A3jIIII 3601Liabilities lte of Kentucky County ofOhio J83 abovetabove statement is truer to the of my knowledge and belief v RILEyCaahierSubsCribed 19117oPublicMycomtamission esJanuary181908 B LIKENS tFFN Directors iSTEVENS J c irtY iu ii o i I l J rctij rft 1 Cti t pantstmaSti i71 11enlJ MQnjy 0 LI It 12tyour money in any or otfoUowing items t Meiis Clothing Boys Clothing Ladies andBoysgedHats and Caps Mens and Boys 1 Shirts tLadies Mens and Boys Shoes Handker chiefs and Neckwear for everybody t We also carry a complete line of fur hiture i 4Bed Room Suits 18 to 4000 II t r 4Oak Dressers 900 to 2500 l y 4 Hall Trees 500 to 2000 r r 4afy J jChiWrens Rocking Chairs 75c to 250 hildrens Dining Chairs Jt tov25- 0 efAn lots of other items that we dont spaceo r Items would ef make a desirable Christmas present and 1 cwould be useful Also it would be good 4 Judgmentto invest your money Jn someI a 4 thing that would be useful tRcspectfuly r I CARSON CO MNCOJIPORATBD j Hartford = IentuclryI kj 1 J L JfI o a snwrLUw u r+ +enumn k W fi J Christmas Offer 1I monthS5iUb1scription poets and Trousers placed with us between now ami jg t etJanuary 1 1908 WoTflbr you the Ralston Health Shoti fir ithe hest the Itl Mw Wii market 101 the mono VVe havcf also seeded to our buyintrss some Furnishing Good such QS Neckt fwear Notions Also oina Si indulih Pic 00tares Pieturo Hrames li11ttlltrt o and lIunIJ 1itporOhristmiwBellH s1tllnt ti caller tliUigs too nufe 1 inwrn to mentioii DnnJTiiil to nmko u = e oftluj 1j offt JJut Nrr Nung taub Three JontLs subsoiltiuTl i rOifIlJ nit rr d eaehed Vll deliNt r aehctil withiu thl city lltr its 1ittiiii 1r 1thtn ittetl icsprcfull PFAUI H r Jj tfO TWEBDELL Proprietor if W f1j41 IV4WjI 1l r I w 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