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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t artfbEpubIican a 5 i Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1a Year VOL XYIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1905 No9 fRENCH GUILTY Fined Five Thousand Dollars for Contempt of CourtI r Jury Believes In Sustaining DIg nlty of the CourtTwo Fa vor Flue of 25000 Winchester Ky Sept 9Afterbei- ng out since 145 p m today the jury in the B F French contempt carom brought in a verdict of guilty j at 10 oclock tonight and fixed his punishment at 5000 fine with nr jail sentence attached Interest here all the afternoon ha been intense Crowds have congre gated on every street corner and- S nothing else has been talked about It was predicted early in the afternoon s that the jury had determined on his guilt but were hung on the question of punishment Such proved toheamistake- French through his attorneys Hales and Stevenson immediately grounds for a new trial and Judge Benton continued the hearing of this motion until the first day of the regular term which is Monday The verdict tonight came us a surprise While it was expected all the afternoon this evening it became apparent that the jury was badly divided About 8 oclock they sent word to the court that they wanted to go to bed as they could not agree tonight Judge Benton sent word that they could go whenever they wished whereupon they decided to stay a while longer 1 This makes the second defendant in these cases who has been found 1guilty Felix Feltner was finer 3 000 and two years in jail This is the largest tine ever im potted for contempt in Kentucky The cause of action arose during the trial of Mrs Arbrelir Marcums damage suit against the Hargis brothers i Ed Callahan and B F Frencha tried before the Circuit Court in 1 DlCC11ber last when a judgment for 1 8000 way rendered in favor of the plaintiff against Judge James Hargis and Sheriff Ed Callahan the other two defendants going acquit It was claimed by the prosecution that the defendants conspired and spirited away Mose Feltner and Sam Fields two important witnesses for the plaintiff Upon this Judge Benton ordered the institution of contempt proceeding against the defendants including Felix Feltner a cousin of l Mose Feltner Felix was triedat the last term of court also found guilty and punished as above stat edWhen the jury had been discharged it was learned that while all t agreed upon the issue of guilt the division came upon the punishment Two of the jurors wanted to place the fine as high as 25000 others insisted upon a fine of not more than 100 These figures offered the ground for argument The jury finally compromised upon 5000 fine French was not incarcerated as he has sufficient property in Clark coun tf to make good the find Rural Delivery Regulations occasionmits the following information for the benefit of patrons of rural free delivery routes recently established in this county The patron of a rUe ral free delivery route is required to r elect at his own expense an approv ed mail box within reach of the car rier from his buggy before he is en titled to the service of the carrier Carriers cannot deliver mail with m onehalf mile of a post office except the initial one Carriers may receive mailable matter anywhere unless they have reason to believe that the person depositing mail in the vicinity of a ttostoftice is doing so for the purpose of boycotting the post office Drop letters to be delivered on a TUjil route require full postage two cents an ounce for first r class matter Money orders may be bought of and registered it y I1i letters deposited with rural carrier I for the same fees charged by the postmaster Dont ask the carrier to convey word or carry any mailaI ble package such matter must be mailed in the regular way After Sept 30 on all rural route that have been in operation sixty days or more patrons must marl their boxes with numbers as direct ed by the carrier and mail address ed to a box number even though It does not bear the name of the box owner will be delivered To inaun the prompt delivery of your mar direct your correspondents and your publishers to direct your mail to route number and to box number when your box shall have received a number ALLEGED HORSE THIEF Wanted at Calhoun Captured ft Evansville by McLean County Sheriff Sheriff Henry of McLean county was in the city yesterday en routs from Evansville to Calhounhaving In custody Will Haggy who is charger with horse stealing says Tuesdays Owensboro Messenger Haggy was arrested at Evansville Sunday on t warrant sworn out by Henry Wills a liveryman of Uumsey He allege that last Friday Haggy stole a horse and buggy fromhim and drove to Howell Ind and sold it The Evansville police were notified and Haggy was located and placed under arrest Eductional Notes The largest body of boarding stu dents that will assemble at any one point in the South next year will beat Bowling Green Ky Eleven hundred students enrolled last year at the Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business UniversityThe Normal School and Bowling Green Business University sustain all the literary and commer cial courses and in addition law music elocution and oratory tele graphy stenography typewriting railroadingand express Send for catalogue of special course desired Send for catalogue and Journal Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky 10Help a Child u Home The Kentucky Hoino Society has grown to be one of the greatest child saving Agencies in America The success of the work is die to the good people of our State who have opened their hearts and homes to the homeless destitute children under our care Sixty or seventy bright sweet children are sent to us each month and it is necessary in order to pro vide for other neglected little ones to find good homes for the children now under our care Have you a child in your home If you have do you not think you could take another little one to raise and rear into good citizenship Will you not help us by giving a home or finding a home for a childof any age from infancy to girls and boys of twelve years of age The master said Inasmuch as y e have done it to one of the least of these ye have done it unto me If you are interested in the work write for particulars GEORGE L SEHON State Room 515 Masonic Bldg- Louisville Ky In Memoriam Myrtle E Coghill age 13 years laughter of W H and Susan Cog iiill died of typhoid fever on Sep tember the Sth 1905 at her home near Jingo Myrtie was full of life and was good to her parents was loved by all that knew her The has gone to the land of joy and bliss to be with the redeemed Father mother sisters and brother you can not bring her back buf you can go to het 01 be ready for the leath call that you may make an anbroken family in heaven AJT THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Source Over the CountryBriefItems The production of oil in Kentuck has not been up to expectations for the past few weeks owing to the cessation of drilling in some of the smaller fields eye Senator Beveridge in discussing the outcome of the recent conference says that President Roosevel is the most powerful figure in the world today B F French who was fined 5000 in the Clark County Court for the allegedenticing away of witnesse in the damage suit of Mrs Jame B Marcum for the murder of her husband has made a motion for anew trial The trial of James Hargis Alex H Hargis Elbert Hargis and Ed Callahan for alleged conspiracy In- the murder of James Cockrill was continued in the Fayette Circui Court to await the Court of Appeals decision on Judge Parkers conspiracy ruling An elevated railroad car In Nov York left the track at a sharp curve and plunged into the street Twelve people are dead as a result of the accicent and three men are in hospitals with fractured skulls More than forty people were injured some of them seriously New Railroad Almost Assured The CourierJournal of a recent issue has the following to say abou the Hartford Madisonville and Clo verport railroad It is officially stated that the con tract for the construction of the Cloverport railroad which will fur nish new facilities for one of tin most active industrial sections of tht State will be let in the near future The engineers have been in Mandison ville recently investigating with a view to choosing the best route through that territory The completion of the Green river surveys is now the only obstacle to be overcome before the letting of the contracts To Macadamize Main Street At a meeting of the city council held Wednesday it was decided to Macadamize Main street from the iron bridge across Rough river to the county Jail and a committee was appointed to enter into a contract for the construction thereof This has long been needed and the council should be congratulated for their business Kke manner of beginning the work The contract for excra vating and grading the streets as well as for putting down the rock will be let to the lowest responsible bidder after due no tice thus insuring the cheapest possible price It is estimated that the work will cost about 4000 A MATANZAS Sept 13The Farmers are about done cutting tobacco Mrs C M Everly who has been sick for sometime with typhoid fever is worse at this time Miss Iva Tichenor who has been sick of fever has about recovered Mrs Alvis Tichenor is sick of malaria fever Messrs Jno D Bell and son M W Bell attended the colt show near Prentis last week Rev L W Tichenor went to Is land last Sunday to assist Rev H P Brown to ordain some deacons in the Baptist church at that place Several folks from this place are contemplating attending the Ball game between The Indians and the Hartford boys Misses Amanda and Mattie Ben nett of Hartford are visiting relati ves here L E Everly is on the sick list this weak W C Knott has abonefelon on his 1 n nry WOMEN SUPPER NEEDLESS MISERY i There are hundreds of thousands t women in America suffering t from Female Diseases endangering their lives by doing nothing If t they write to me I will give them the benefit of my extensive expe rienceS B Hartman M D NTlevr of the great multitude of women Buffering from come form of female dtaeaae andetunable to find any cure Dr Hartman the renowned gene cologlii has announced his wllllngne to direct the treatment of as many case M make application to him during the summer month without charge The treatment will be conducted bj correspondence The medicine prescribed can be ob twined at all drug stores The Doctor will prescribe all tncdl clneif application hygienic and diet try regulation aectiuaryt oehepkfc- a cure Furthermore mH corretpoatl enc will6e held Urtctly confidential ThIs offer will hold good only during the summer month Any woman can become a regular patient byending a written statement of her ape condition of life history and symptoms of her de- rangements and previous treatment Peruna Brought Health and Happiness Mica Nellie South late of Manchester Fug write from 86 Prince Arthur St Montreal Can D8 follow peruna MS made m wonderful change In my life It has brought me health tad happiness Since my seventeenth year I have hadfemale complaint and Irregular tie My general health suffered I had palm in my back and lower limbs my eyes were dim and I became moro o and un reasonableMother sought the advice of our family phy lclan who prescribed for me but grew no totter then read of Peruna andprocured a bottle That one bottle was worth more than all the doctor medklne I had taken previously I cannot express my gratitude Pe Tuna has been a great blessing to mel Nelllo South MIlII Edna Moore 46 Elm street flat falo N T Secretary Fast End Literary ASloclatWnJlfrllca I was n great sufferer from systemic catarrh was extremely nervous could not sleep fainted easily was very irrita ble had a confusion of the senses and got up In the morning feeling more tired than when I went to bed I was very wretched but upon tak- Ing Peruna I began to Improve and after using the medicine tour month I felt like a new woman and was conf pletely cured Edna Moore The principal remedy which Dr Hartmnn relies upon in curing catarrhal diseases of women la Peruna Hun dredsot women iiifTcrer find Peruna a household necessity MISS Angelina Grotten 805 St Urbala Montreal Can writes Having heard Peruna praised so j highly induced me to try It for my J and pains In the groins with ft which I had been suffering for tit months It took nesrlythreebot Ih it ties to cure mo but I consider that s4 was but a short time as I have often taken doctors prescriptions for months before I got relief Angelina Grotton As is well known Dr Hartman le the President of the Hartman Sanitarium an Initltutlon which has t department devoted to the treatment of female dis eases He is thus brought to see thousands of such cases every year the most of whom return to their homes to be treated by correspondence Those wishing to become patients I should address Dr 8 B Hartman Columbus Ohio I7 We have on file thousands of testi monials like the ones given here Wo can give our readers only a slight glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited t endorsements we are constantly re calving No other physician in the otI t p 1q pppppprrppppc INVITED 2 = 2w=ERA Long GIL Cos a = Economy Store J = Saturday Sept 23 1905 2 FALL OPENING IAND DISPLAY OF THE NEW CREATIONS I- NMILtLlZNERYp x- p The very newest and latest things in Dress Goods and trimmings CloaksRain xcoats Furs Skirts Ladies and Gents Furnishings Just Returned from the Eastern markets and in due time we will show you all the newest things in each and every department at the lowest possi x- p hIe prices Come here to get posted on correct materi ls whether you buy or not sAtt Wo fool safe to say that when you visit our store and inspect our new stock that mm ou will soon decide that pthexAsHas the very newest things P That merchants ever bring f- p Over the Pike Hartford Kentucky liiCiICatCtCiCtC4tCiIll a i e ANCIENT INVENTIONS Egyptians Made the Original S- lMachinesKoreas Ot Metal type reerexo e V kIr 1 Wood and clay letters or type h been used for centuries in Japan b fore the AngloSaxon thought of printing At the same time it is generally believed that Britain first usedmetal type This is a fallacy that ought to be explained for the little landof Korea that stretch out into the Yellow Sea from t body of China was the first to discern the need of the new permanent and durable form of type Koreas pioneer font of metal type was built on the paincipal of t arch each type being cylindrical- concave on the under side so that could secure a firm hold upon a b of beeswax which comprised the fromWhen the printer firmly imbedded e his type in the beeswax a flat cake lying in ashallow tray he applied liquid ink by means of a soft brust He then laid upon the form a sheet of paper and rolled across it a round stick In this way it was possible to strike oft nearly 200 impressions an hourAutomatic machines were first us ed in Egypt and in the old temples of the East device were employed for automatically dispensing the purifying water A small coin five drachmae ha to be dropped into the slot to set the mechanism in motion and secure a small quantity of water Heaon of Alexanderia who lived 200 years before the Christian era had a machine of this kind constructed for his own personal use The pennyintheslot machine iis we know it today was invented by Mr Percy Everitt who died a year or two ago at the Milwaukee Hotel New York Since Event- placed his invention on the market many thousands of patent in con nection with slot machines have been taken out in Great Britian and foreign countries Who invented the sewing machine r The Americans say that Elias Howe did and now standing in the Patent Museum of Washington was the first machine for sewing purposes ever built As a matter of fact the father ol sewing machines was patented in this country so far back as 1790 by Thomae Saint a London cabinet maker who described his invention as being designed for quilting stitching and sewing America claims the first fountain pen and the original model of thisI useful contrivance is one of th rights of the Patent Museum of Washington It consists of a masI jive Grass cylinder at ono end of which is a stopcock A piston rod lead to be placed into the cylinder titer it had been filled with ink to make the writing fluid flow down to the nib Lyman Blake and Gordon Mackay two Massachusetts mechanics put together the first machine for sewing the soles of boots on to the upper When their patents expired in 1831a their machines were sewing 50000 UOO pairs of boots yearly The Americans hold the typewriter trade notwithstanding that then first typewriter was put together by Henry Mill an Englishman in 1721 It was crude but it fulfilled the piir wpratThe number of Mills patent was in f9I and the records of the London Pan it Ollice show that his machine hill been brought to lcIfettion at to n at pains and IXlensefThe Marquis of Worchester it isn gerurnlly believed built the lirsttl tam engine in Hit This is a allo fnr a Frenchman named Solo j j du Cans engineer to Louis 18 t11liexlsteam to work u fixed engine a f H century before till Marquis ofel vVn uHter ever thought of using kurn an a power at all Tit sigh Can made the pioneer A- Int engine ho was not the first nc iiitur to put steam to a good use o fur back as 15131un Bluvo dN- tlrty a Spaniard fitted up a 200 j it steam vcse eland drotv her at 10 nr an hour He called his ship n Smtiwims Trinidada and worked her before the Sniper r Charles Vat Barcelona ii ifTheYou will findhim about the saloon I he restaurant thdejvt in fact ir Y tra any public place where men cS- pecially strangers congregate If he is not too far gone he will be faultlessly dressed and insinuating in his manner and the way to keep out of his clutches and pay tribute of his profligacy is to utterly ignore him As a rule he has respectable connections and on this basis he acqunintaneThen he is sure of a drink or a cigar at your expence When fortunate enough to get safes drinks into his worthless hide he becomes abusive and buts in at restaurants and lunch counters and forages for grub But wantheit a back in the morning and insists that you lend him the amount If you do he will shun you in the fuI ture at least until he gets drunk bulllyy allowedoJlongsutrerIingworld With a law for the cure of vagrancy on our statute book we gq on day after day pay tribute to these unworthy worms of creation when if the law was enforced we would be rid of much vexation and worry of the dead beat- PARENTS CARE Should Be a Matter of Pride With Every Son and rlDaughter A son and daughter should be will ing to sacrifice much to see that a mother is provided with comfort in her declining years She should never be left depend ent upon charity or upon the kind ness of strangers Every man and woman should feel a pride in look hetown But one own so considered by the tie of blood should be provided for is a matter for those interested and con cerned not for the public to de cide One can feel only pity for the woman who is growing old unlove and unwanted but one who is just must too feel pity for the children of such a woman who know all too well why she is unloved and why she is unwanted The reasons are engraved upon their hearts in scars of unhappy memories of that most sorrowful experience a discordant home It is an excellent thing for children to be taught to love and respec their parents but it is an unfortu toeparents regarding the necessity of making themselves objects to inspire love and rupectITo produce offspring is an easy matter any animal can do that But fatherhood and motherhood ought to mean more than the mere production of the species The man or woman who realizes the full responsibility of the word parent and lives up to it will never beset adrift in old age by a child will never be refused love and respectAn and selfish child is an object for angels to weep over but Jitter tears might well be 8wdI jherwhen she brought it into life and ho made no effort at selfcontrol order to give her offspring hap plows But children have the right peaceful homiM ami freedom discordant elements Com sense as well as sentiment ought enter into these matters StrikerRocksWhen your ship of health strikes the hidden rocks of consumption Pneumonia etc you are lost if youtl get help from Dr Kings New- Discovery for consumption J W McKinnon of Talladega Springs writes I had been very ill with pneumonia under the care of is two doctors but was getting no bet when 1 began to take Dr Kings New Discovery The first dose gave relief and one bottle cured me bronchitisI freeIIri Riserstlttlo is The famous little pills YI TREED BY BIG MOOSE Thrilling Experience Had By a Hunter In Northern Minnesota Oil liikriMlnu i blot+ trUp Moose deer and caribou are numerous in the woods of Minnesota north of this place und not a few have fallen before the rifle of the homestead and lumberman in the last month notwithstanding the open season does not begin until November 15 But one of the queerest incidents involving a bull moose and two Case Lake residents bccuriednear here last week A bull moose one of the old fellows whose tuft of hair under his chin is turning gray is an ugly customer to meet alone in the woods and king of the Northern orestisespecially vicious on hot dugs in the summer Bert Oakley the receiver of Land Office at Cass Lake and theI Liesen the Cashier of the National Bank chartered a bona and I went up the Turtle River to enjoy t an outing of several days taking their guns with them as well as fishing tackle and a well supplied commissary They stopped at a point not far from where the Mississippi River water joins the water of Cass Lake Here there is a dense swamp They penetrated into the swamp several rods when Liesen espied a mudhen or coot flying over the rushes He brought down the 1coot with a well directed shot The shot was answered by a snort and a bellow from the interior of the swamp followed closely by n crack ling of brush In a short time a headof a moose with antlers thrown back an inevitable sign of belliger ency put in an apperience followed ba saint body that was moving i along at a terrific trot directly for terrifiIstree the moose arriving at the root of the tree only a few feet behind the fleeting the Cashier and strikeng the tree with his heap giving it a resounding whack Liesen was soon perched on a limb at a safe distance from the ground and defied theantlered one to do his worst Tho infuriated animal began beating a tattoo against the tree with his horns and it looked as if he would eventually knock it down Then Oakley went to the rosette He never goes hunting without along rope or lassoo tied securely around his wrist Oakley is an expert lasso thrower and his skill occasiont I He untied his rope old giving it several whirls about his head let it fly at the moose The rope struck squarely over the horns of the moose and Oakley began to pull it taut when the animal discovered what he was doing and started in his direc tion Oakley mode the rope fast with one wind around the tree near est him and started on a run toward till boat leaving Liesen rousting in the tree The moose began a race around the tree and gradually wound himself almost tight whenI hestarted furiously around the tree in the opposite direction This he repeater several times Liesen in the mean time watching for an opportune moment whoa he could to the ground while the moose bound closely to the tree and make his escape He saw an opening dropped to the ground and dashed for cover out of the circle which the moose was making He just managed elude a frantic lunge from the antlers and soon joined Oakley- at thcboat They rowed to the boat landing at GJS Lake where they hirer an Indian to Dual and cut tie moose louse and give him his liberty There would undoubtedly have been one moose less in the state had the been moose season Nothing has been seen of the Indian since he wasdispatchecljto liborI ate the moose and as the latter is not at the place where he was left it an open question whether tho InvI dinn dispatched the moose allowed him his liberty or was himself obliged to flee f-Are Farmers Too Backward Farmers as a class are too backward in asserting their rights and legisIntive sented in the lobby when legislation being urged and but few cf them ever write to urge the pose of wr bills in their interest Farmers should be more strenuous for all meassures which may improve conditions not only in their theirI tive capacities such as stitutes and other annual gatherings but in their individual capacity It is the one who claims who makes a noise who Insistently demands memIbela coyote must I be as thunderous as the storm and as sweeping as the prairies i PERFECT RUBIES i Can Be Made for a Dime Through a New Secret ProIcess Snttl Inr Snu trnnrliuo Kininlhrr I American and French chemists impros claim to have discovered method ofmak rubies Their process rivals the ling of nature Workers in the er5it of Washington laborato ry claim that the precious stones can be turned out at a profit for 10 cents apiece Those interested in the project maintaining the greatest secrecy but Dr H G Byers ilaid to have perfected the invention For weeks the chemists have work ed and succeeded in getting a form of ruby but somehow the coveted tint of the ruby manufactured in the laboratory of nature was lacking At least giving up in despair the chemists sought the aid of Dr H G Byers head of the department of chemistry at the State Univer city Some of the summer students working in the chemical labratoryof the university who witnessed the ex periments there state that an analysis of the rubies by Dr Byers soon revealed the difficulty and chemists rubieIof nature and just as beautiful for an average cost of 10 cents apiece In fact one of the students who held one of the artificial gems in his hand declared that it was absolutely per fect in every respect When asked in regard to the mat ter Dr Byers while admitting that such investigation had been carried on in his laboratory refused posi tively to discuss the matter further than to say that he was under obligations to preserve the closest secrecy in regard to the matter Subscribe for THK RKITHIICAN JglnolI Loudnrlvuled M uslcnl B rllllunb I A ttractlvo IN NIIrfN INININ NINIINII n i 25Cf t i u I APES AS CASHIERS Wise Animals Are Employed to Test Coin in Slam I I + hon I hIIII iinr J In Siam apes are now employed as cashiers A year or two ago much base coin was circulated by a clique of coiner and the tradesman found that ii was a very difficult matter to discriminate between good and bad money One large store kept a pet monkey and one morning he was seen to take In coin from the cashiers desk and put it between his teeth After bit Ing it for some moments he threw it on the floor with a solemn grimace of disatisfaction The of the store then handed the monkey another coin deIliberntion deskApparently the creature could tell a counterfeit coin from a goodone and in order to ascertain where oth er monkeys had the same extraor dinary gift a couple of apes be longing to a zoo were given the test with satisfactory results From that the of the monkIeshave developed the faculty of dis crimination between good and bad coin to such perfection that no hu man being can compete with them A little while ago a monkey em ployed by a firm of polishedoak and conveyed to the cemetary in an open hearse was followed by nil the cashier monkeys in Siam A Remarkable Operation One of the most remarkable cases I ever treated at the Wills Eye Hopital is that of William Heritage one of I whose eyes had cut In two by apiece I of glass resulting in the destruction of its power of vision and who has had the rise of the organ almost completely restored bIIn operation which include the sewing togeth er of the cornea the outer portion of the eye that resembles glass with five silk threads Heritage who is 29 years old was j employed as grinder of glass stop pers at the Glassboru works when the accident occurred The iris had been cut through penetrating the cornea the lacera tion extending down three quarters J of an inch into the sclera A part of vitreous fluid woos also lost rod the lower lid of the eights of an inchI aBEST TALKING MACHINES MADE Cylinder Machines 7 SO to 100 Disc Machines 12 to 65 The Oraphophono roproduoom all rInds of ntuslo perfectly band orohomtraf vlolhif vocal and Instrumental solos quartettomf oft It Is an endless source of amusement Clear nsplrlnJ proprietor Illinois Central Annual Stockholders Meeting at Chicago October 18 Per sonal Attendance of In dividual Holders Desired imi TICKET TO Tin MKHTIM i i I Public notice is hereby given that j the regular annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company will be held at the Companys office in Chicago Illinois on Wednesday October Is 1905 at I 2 oclock noun To permit personal attendance at said meeting there will be Issued ITo Each Holler of One or More Share lIlinulsI on at the close of business on Tuesday uflfllllIage iATICKITINAIHIXIIIIMORIIII- I TO TKAVlL title over time CompanyH lines from the Railroaditchiness to- CHICAGO 4 any RRTURN such ticket to be good fur the jour ney to Chicago only during the Tour Days Immediately Imeeding and the day of the meeting and for the return journey from Chicago on ly on the day of the meetingand the Four Days Immediately Following when properly countersigned and 4stamped during business hours on or before Saturday October 211iNti that is to say between J Itlll a be obtained by any holder of stock registered as above on application in writing to the Iresident of the Company in Chicago but each stockholder must individually apply for hiur her ticket Fnch application must state the full name and ad dress of the Stockholder as more than one person will be curried frue In respect to anyone holding of stock as registered on the books of the Company 01 A G HACKSTAFF Secy Grand Prize St Lou8j I9O4 Columbia raphophonesMMLNWVNNVanrMMNwn 11 0 1I flfI numberI ij RIch E C ntortulningaptlvuting outweurlng Roxonunt D ollghttul Superiore 1 1 COLUMBIA DISC RECORDS 7lnch SO cent each 5 per dozen lOlncli 1 ouch 10 per dozen Grand Opera Record made In 10lnch discsonly 2 euch d nd for Imlmmt omlmtooutu of maohlnom mini rmoordm Wo Aro all the nmwmml popular hits In both style of rmcortf 0 oyllodorm and discs Columbia Phonograph Companyt Ii H71I9 West Fourth Street CINCINNATI 0 1f11 Grand Prize St Louis J904 NN Vhfc7 i Y r i1 STRENUOUS LOVER Won a Bride by Making Three Attempts to KillIHer e IhMKii Jonrnnl 1 4 jT1wre are those who believe that love was stronger and truer in the prehistoric days when young Romeo clad only in sunlight batted his Julietover the head with the thigh bone of a dinosaur and carried her to his cave where they lived ever after So far us it is knows 0there were no divorces in those daysStrength aggressiveness daring a brute force count with woman t IJ dayA Rome dispatch tells of u young Italian that loved a flower girl inj v ii tensely She wouldnt have himIShe laughed utlhim publicly stabbed her in the nuck He wore a ball and chain for six months for that In his second attempt at matrimo ny he used a stiletto and had th 4 lady pretty well carved whew the police came lie served a year for assault and again came to the front with protestations of undying love The lady said no and he blew up he house with dynamite The kitchen flow over the barn and the parlor disappeared into the cellar while the girl way taken to the hospital and her lover went to jail Now you would naturally thin that the young woman would have It cheerfully seen her assailant boiler 4 in oil or drawn and quartered nil oT which shows how little you know of u womans heart On her knees she went before the Judge and begged the law to ex cue the man that loved her BO well The Judge couldnt quite excuse the dynamiting but he made the sen tence ns light as possible and later r L the couple were married und are said to be living happily I Of course it wouldnt be wise t advise lovers to go a wooing wit galling guns or dynamite but cer tain it is that the strong man the fellow that does things can command respect and love It has been that way since the time of Adam and it probably always will be rk l There is more Catarrh in this sec 1 tion of the country than all othe diseases put togther and until tho last few years was supposed to beI incurable For a great many yea rdF doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies by constantly failing to cure wit local teatment pronounced it incur able Science has proven catarrh to V be a constitutional disease and there fore requires constitutional treat ment Halls Catarrh Cure manu factured by F J Cheney Co lo Ohio is the only constitu ITol cure on the market It is tak en in doses from 101 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces o the system They offer one hundred IJ i dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circular and testimonals Address F J Cheney Co Toledo O- Sold by Druggist 7ic Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m An Italian Miracle M OJ For about a week strange sights have been visible at tne country house of the late Cardinal Antonelli not far from Palermo now occupied by a lay brother Stefano Passers by noticed to their astonishment three large crosses appear on the windows In about an hour the gradually resolved them icrossesr into representations of the e Virgin Mary The news of the won der quickly spread and the pilgrims came from far and near to view the miraculous appearance Brother Stefano profited greatly hy the gifts of money and kindness I which were showered upon him andI he also instituted a procession of young girls who marched barefoot seven times round the house holding lighted tapers This was that sins of the community might be r- f movedand as a sign of repentance while the parents of the maidens paid a small fee for the honor due to their daughters During this cero mony a band of scoffers attempted to storm the house and the subs quent pitched battle caused the gen- darmerie to interfere Brother Stefano was arrested on suspicion of being a swindler and F V t the wonderful windows were removed for examination The picture are fixcon the glass by some u known means and cannot be wash oil 4 Numerous and Worthless Everything is in the name when i t comes to Witch Hazel Solve E C DeWitt Co of Chicago discovered some years ago how to make u salve from Witch Hazel that is a specifice for Piles For blind bleeding itch ing and protruding Piles eczema cuts burns bruised and all skin dis cfualyworthless counterfeits Ask for DeWitts the genuine Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro IMONSTER SNAKE Makes Its Appearance in Ken Twice a Year for 1tucky Yearst- YllrnhethtoNa IlUiitrh The giant snake which is supposed eto live in the cliffs of Southwestern Hardin county has again made its uppearence A few days since i crossed the Hardin Springs road Iluvingru huge wriggling trail in the dust two and one half inches deep and fie ven inches wide This enormous reptile made its first yearskthe public highway near the same point twice each year once in the spring and again in the early autumn During this time it has been sighted by a number of different persons among them seine of the most reputable citizens of Hardin county who uniformly described it as a monster reptile with its great body almost as large as a mans waist checkered over with sjwts of black and gray and estimated at 12 or 14 feet in length At no time appearedhthose who have seen it excepton one occasion several years ago when be ing suddenly encountered by some hunters in the thick undcrbush near the road side the serpent stood erect on its tail shaking its mammoth head with expanded jaws over the tops of the bushes and the panic- r stricken hunters scampered away Some years since it was seen on on of its semiannual prowls by Mr S Taber of Vertrees one of the prominent farmers of the county fronthentangled in a rickety old fence flonudering off several rails in its efforts and disengage itself It h been noticed that this great serpent crosses the county road to westward every autumn and it is supposed to have its habitation in some of the numerous large ragged and clift riven cliffs or deep caverns that abound in the region of Hills Millon hibernatingIissue forth at certain periods ac cording to its serpentine habits There is considerable talk of an or ganized effort to locate its resort and if possible to capture the par triarch reptile If a Cow gave Butter mankind would have to invent milk Milk Is Na tures emulsionbutter put In shape for diges lion Cod liver oil is extremely nourishing but it has to be emulsified before we can digest it Scotts Emulsion combines the best oil hypophosphites doesefar more good than the oil alone could That makes Scotts Emulsion the most strengthening nourishing food medi worldeSend for free sample SCOTT A BOWNE Chemists 4O94I5 Poarl Street New York 30o fndIOO AlIdruffElatB bj MANY HORRORS Olnd Moore the Seer of Disasters Jliinilon IHIMrh One again Old Moore the Almanac prophet has awakened and writ ten But his dream of 1900 is so amazing that it is u wonder he ever regained consciousness His familiar white almanac with its grotesque hieroglyphics leads off with disaster Death playing hi sickle lastly hy land and sea The come financial exposures outrages murders and earthquake shocks But for all this January will not see so many unemployed in the streets tad in the House of Commons there will be an unwonted spectacles the Government steadily i workingFebruary is to he distinguished by such strange happening as relig ious controversies and ere the na lion lias recovered from the novdt March will come in with a great st about hospital management a tat on bicycles great times for white labor in South Africa and for Brit ons in France Hut April is to see something almost comica great clearence of the streets of bogus blind and lame beggars In this month too the Crystal Palace will be burned In May the dreamers soul reaches a fine height one language and a world brotherhood Next he sees a vision of a farm colonies gathering in tramps vaga bonds and wastrels In July many wealthy people will die trade will flourish and Russia make a rush for India August i- to s see a bank smash September is to hear some very free speech in Hyde Park and October will be distin guished by the wholesale killing of little hoper by big stores Many railroad accidents and some coal mines disasters will blacken November December is to witness damaging tides on the South coast and a host of destructive fires and on top of it all Old Moore has th courage to wish everybody a Happy New Year Always Successful When indigestion become chronic it is dangerous Kodol Dyspepsia troublee resulting therefrom thus prevent ing catarrh of the stomach Dr Newbroughof League W Va says To those suffering from in digestion or sour stomach I would say there is no better remedy than Kodol Dispepsia Cure I have pre pase tients with good success Kodol Dyspeysia cure digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro h Grape Wine Pull the grapes from the stems discarding all that are imperfect nlasltan earthen or wooden vessel For each gallon of mashed grapes add twe gallons of water and lot stand for three days stirring three times a day Strain and measure Teach gallon of liquid add 2 pounds and a half of granulated sugar Stir frequently with a wooden spoon until the sugar is dissolved then cover with a thin cloth and let stand in a moderately warm place for six weeks Draw it off carefully from the lees wash and scrub the vessel Return the wine to it cover as before and let stand for a month longer then bottle and cor- kStartling Mortality Statistics show startling mortality for appendicitis and peritonitis To prevent and cure these awful diseases there is just one reliable remedy Dr Kings New Life Pills M Flannery of 14 Custom House Place Chicago says They have no equal for Con stipation and Biliousness 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist No Burials in San FranciscoI IIt is a fact not generally known I that no burials of human bodies are now allowed in the city or county ofI San FronciscoCal said a Birming ham man who recently visited the Pacific coast Under the law there all bodies must be cremated unless they are shipped away There are many cemeteries in San Francisco and some of them are quite old Several are beautifully laid out and took like pretty parksjbufc nil burials 1 in them have been stopped because they have not the pace to spare San Francisco is built upon narrow neck of land with the ocean on one side and the bay and channel from the ocean to the bay on two other sides All the land is needed for building purposes and much land on which the city now stands was reclaimed from the water by filling in I was shown a large crematory in one of the cemeteries It looked much like an elaborate tomb and a big dome on the top As we pass ed it I detected a peculiar odor and was told that a cremation was going- on The idea seemed gruesome buts it is regarded as quite commonplace 11and practical by the people of San Francisco Tho Colonels Waterloo Colonol John M Fuller of Honey Grove Texas nearly met his Water tan from Liver and Kidney trouble in a recent letter he says I was nearly deadof these complaints and although I tried my family doc tor he did me no good so I got a SOc bottle of your great Electric bit ters which cnrdme 1 consider andzguaranteed to cure Dyspepsia Bil iousness and Kidney Disease by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist at COc a bottle DOG SAVES KITTEN And Kidnaps the Little Animal From the Mother Cat 1 lblrAO 1rlbtnipl A cut belonging to a departmental professor at ChaloussurMarne had kittens The owner wishing to keep only one of them gave the order for the rest to be drowned But by an unfortionate mistake made by the servant who was act ing as executioner one of the kittens instead of being carried away by the stream remained on the mud heap a little distance from the bank The theeservant waited till the latter had disappearedand then vainly tried to get the kitten back The distance however was too great and its ef forts were fruitless Meanwhile its dispairing mewing had been heard by a dog belonging to a neighbor an enormous Danish dog mother of a litter of pups It ran to the spot and although it and the cat were not as a rule on friend ly terms all differences seemed mo mentarily forgotten and the rival ries of race arid neighborhood disap peared before a most ludable feeling of solidarity As if pitying the distress and aix iety of its former enemy the dog stretched forward took hold of the kitten which was half dead with fear and covered with mud deposit InterIIquent washing of the mite But presently the scene changed As soon as the poor mother had put its kittens into clean garments so to speak it tried to carry it away but the dog which so far had sat per fectly still got up began to growl in the most threatening manner and with a heavy spoke of its large paw made the mother put the baby down Thepoor terrified cat not daring to i enter upon a fight the issue of which was bound to be unfncraJlei to it crouches in front which now was threatened ba new danger and mewed dolefully and helplesslyThe however took no notice but taking the kitten gertly between his teeth as if it were a precious game bird carried it in tri umph with tail erect to its litter Fora week it fed its new nursling as it fed its own childrenand the kitten and the pups played wildly exciting games together in peace and unity But alas on the night of the ninth day the heavy Danish dog in its sleep suffocated the small foster child which ithad saved from dronwing and had made welcome in its own domain CASTORIAFor Infants and Children I Tin KM You Hm Always Bought IBear the- Slpatant of ITho Kind You Have Always Bought and which Las been use for ocr 30 years has bomo time signature of nlll flits matlotinder his personal supervision since Infancy Allow no ono todccolxo you In this All Counterfeits Imitations nndJuHtnsgoodnro hub Experiments that trifle anal cmliin ur the health Infants nnd Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Costorla is n harmless substitute for Castor OH Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhica and Wlud Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation und Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho sloopTimeGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 7Bears the Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TIle etNtN COIIMMV n MUKHAT New roN OITT Harris Positive Pile Cure The Biggest Seller of the Age Why Xecaue It cure complftrtjr anil nt oncw U reline the jmng of litlnis death All turn of Illn can be eared l r n nntlcfll operation tint you would rather have llle cured without the knife HARIUH 1OSITIVElIIECCKE will dolt JI d bnlylij theI IwltchHildrhariiiniiilCo Inr For sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky A EDUCATION DUOIIvbOO I absolutely accessary to the young man or young woman who wjiiM win success in life This being conceded it U ot first iniimriauce to get your training at the schools that stand in the very front ran- kBRYANT STRATTON Business College N E Cor Second and Walnut Sts Louisville Ky BOOKKEEPING peven experienced teachers each one a special SHORTHAND ist in his line Write for a beautiful book giving TYPEWRITING tettimouials from graduates occupying prominent i positions all aver the United Statesit will be mailed to you FREE School pen the year Students eau enter at any limn E J WRIGHT President I IAonut Aikyourdetleraikllntlti roods If you eta Inot obtain them will chap cipreit ftrpalJ upon re ceipt uf lehm its of TMIT ail DONY IAIL to 1IInIloorbook of reedy eel peels to laleretted In lb ledIsport U thoctioff luce i c 4 teau In sui J STEVEN8ARNS 6 TOOL CO rolIoa 409 CIIICOFBB FALLS MASS U S A THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your lob Printing in a first class Manuel beemi with Low One Wy Colonist Rates Viet Big Four Route- Tp CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON OREGON I IDAHOMONTANA r k UTAH territoryrIcuch For full information and particulars as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned WAWIKN J lYNTH fJlI T- llndlllllltlObl A S J UATKH General Uciit- loulnvillf Ky 5Codol Dyspepsia Curs Digests what you eat f FEMACURA I on the market but the onlr use that I TrOUbt1Frto t+ t ++UiJr t a Tf i f M irf AltJrd iA I E iiiii5 f Hartford Republican V Uiarcl bjr tho Hnrtfnnl iNrnnrnRAVKn IlilillnhlnnCompnny a K rllllIlurtE zsssoxrEa Cumbrlas d tPouh n1Tr 33 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 15 l REPUBLICAN TICKET FOB IIKIIIKSKNTATIVK CHARLES C BEARD Pun CUtNTt JlllIn W B TAYLOR IpllCOUVTV COlUT lilKIIK- V S TIXSLKY rOIt ITOCXTV ATTOHNKY- K M WOODWARD t FnA rHlnUlr K R B MARTIN- i IOM JUIKH OSCAR MIDRIFF BLIBllISTUXIIKVT IIP SCHOOLS JAMES M DKWEESK 011lSIIdOIt- SAM W LEACHI von StHVBVOIt b NATHANIEL MOXLEY- KOI COHOSTH JEROME ALLEN FOR MAGISTRATE I llHttfnnl IHntrlct Xiliolnn llnrnii J Crumwril IlldrletW1 antlers Snlphur Sitln i nlelrletW Hwtn 4 FiirilKvill lilntrlrt W It KIKH 5 llnforJ ll trl tIlin S ChnmlHrliiln 9 t Vntertown IHntrltt llrtlwrt Itiinler k 7 lturliiurt DUtrlct Jnhn Jlllm FOR CONSTABLE I Ilnrtforil liltrict J II Urnnl 1 Cromwell Iltrlet11 U Yuan a Sulphur Sirlnc IHMrlot Unllir MlilklR 4 Ittrilnrlll Dlntrlct K llnlilra 6 VntertoKii UUtrlet V 1111111 7 Itiickport Illitrlct Jnnm Clark Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us Title dove of peace acquitted her self with honor at Portsmouth hu she is raging mad in Tokyo THE Japanese seem to think that Uncle Sam rescued Russiaand the impression is not very far from right WHO will be the selfappointed guardian for the plain people while Col Bryan is absent on his tour around the world AN Indiana rosewhile attend jug a county fair lost his wife and pocketbook He has offered a liberal reward for the latter IT was a great oversight on th part of the peace envoys not to pu a stipulation in the treaty prohibiting Oyama from telling what h would have done to Linevitch if h had gotten a chance A NOHTH CAROLINA girl inserted a fifty cent ad in a newspaper for a husband In a few weeks she was married the ad and the wedding outfit costing 38 After seven months the husband died leaving his buxom widow a life insurance policy for 10000 Does advertising pay NEITHER the Hartford Herald nor any of the ticket for which it stands have yet explained that competition does not cheapen the priceeven of an iron bridge This is an important question gentlemen and you have forced it to the front by your persis tence in buying the iron bridges for the county from the Champion Bridge Co without notifying com peting companies The voters want an explanation TilE Hartford Herald in a labored editorial of a half column lengt among a variety of various things discussed and after scornfully refusing to give the actual cost of a single iron bridge that has been con structed in the county during the last seven years or to assign an reason why the iron bridge con tracts have been let secretly instead of at public outcryin etfectSI1Ys that the editor of TilE REPUBLICAN can by an inspection of the public rec ords learn anything that he desire i ktoknow about the iron bridges I we wish we could There may be some memoranda or state ments on loose pieces of paper that have been filed showing something about the iron bridges which can be slipped into pigeon holes or file boxes of the of fice or slipped into some candidates pocketas official documents have been known to be done But the records of the Fiscal Court and its committees which the Clerk writes in the books where are they For instance will the Herald please give us the contract price of the Narrows iron bridge and abutments the date on which the bridge and abutments were paid for and to whom paid cit ing book and page and in whose of lice the same may be found No juggling with the facts desired Just plain truths will answer j WASIT A SECRm1EETING I The Hartford Heraldby the grace of its candidate assistant who by the way has been prominently iden I tified with bridge building commit tees says This inwtliiK lit the Itrllw lluiljini tliniinlttif hell Ht the utJliv of Judo Mlllrron Imliiy fcptrmlxr I walwt Mi In eerrt or lirhlnit iloril dimri Who gave notice in advance that the meeting would be held How many citizens of the county in fact knew that the meeting was to be held or that contracts calling for the expenditure of thousands of dollars of their money was to be let at Judge J P Millers office Friday September 1st Not held ineet ret Ah Why did an unsuspecting citi zen of mt excellent repute who hUll business with ills Honor Judge Millerreport that the proceedings of the committee were stopped when he entered the roof when the delibera tions were being held Who said and where is the individual who will contend that you must be be hind closed doors to be in secret The same author continues thus Any ow having nil Intr rwt or H 011 IT to brprrrentvuld bate dour no Follow us briefly we will see if everyone intetested had an oppor tunity to be present A short while after the bridges in question had been ordered by a call session of the Fiscal Court County Clerk M S Ragland received a letter from a bridge company at Columbus Ohio requesting him to notify them of the time and place of the meeting of the Construction Committees to award the contracts for the construction of the bridges Mr Ragland made the whotpromised to give him notice of such meeting in time for him to notify the Columbus Bridge Company But alas and alack the committees have met the contracts have been awarded and Mr Ragland had not at the hour of going to press last night received from the Judge any notice whatever of the committees meeting Didnt this bridge com pany have an interest or desire to have a representative present at the meeting of the committee referred to It had the same interest in be ing present that the Champion sayepeot to extent sever al hundred dollars if that company noticeeto Were every one present that desired to be There was in fact no one present except the committees and the Champion Bridge Cos man and the reason why no one else was there was because no one knew when the committees were to meet Dinner Party I Henry C Dever entertained quite a number of his friends and children and grandchildren at a d inner given hisnthirteen children all being present and fourteen grandchildrenalso Mrs Dovers mother who is 74 years of age was present There were 47 present in all each one enjoyed a delightful day J R T NARROWS Sept 13Work on the new Baptist church is progressing nicely ahA Bad Stomach Xesseni toe usefulness and main the hap plness of life canyAmong Its symptoms are distress offer nausea between meals theadache Cares a bad stomach Indigestion and dyt pcpila and the cure Is permanent Accept no substitute I uu J It IGANTIC sL tI 1 rt e L A I J + M 1- e HATSALis 1 tThe Greatest Bar ain Sale in Hats Ewr Given in Ohio Count u t Thirty ix dOle lens Hats of the latest styles huve lutii procured specially for this eV sale Hats that are valued s from 125 to 250 will J be sold for only vOv JJ structure The work is being done under the of Geo road is not a matter of news but overseer J T Cooksey has put his section of the Narrows and Springs in such condition and his hands are entitled to public j brothers James and Henry have greatly their farm on the river just below hereby the thick growth of from along the river bank Mr and Mrs Brown are the parents of twin girls born Sat Harrison went to Acton a of Chicago after a visit to his father Rev Joe Acton of Springs returned to Chicago and Mrs Noah White are visiting Mrs Whites parents Mr and Mrs Buck Mitchell near Ola Mattie Luce of Hartford is visiting Mrs J T Moore Rev R J Brandon at New Baymus Christian church night and Sunday The singing school at Oak Grove church will close large crowd is This is the second school Prof G J of has taught here this and the class has mad progress Mr Christian i- an efficient music teacher and this the work he has done for the class here w Bean the t Always BongM SJptvt cf d bywhetherYou cannot afford to pass you need a Hat or not It is money found for you Nothing will be reserved in this HAT SALE The shapes are of the very latest Brown Black and Silver Grays They art the fad of this season This will mark the of our great fall stock of Mens and Ladiw which we have just received Our they can not be Come in and get a Hat for DSc and look great line of at the same time This is one ofthe greatest sacrifices in the Hatx S loway and Miss Maude and Miss Ethel Hunter were the guests of Mr and Mrs Thos Ben nett near and I Alfred Pierce and son Opal Pos called by tele to the of Mrs Pierce is better and they will j start for their home i Mrs Mary Ann is very ill at her home near here Mrs Joe who has been quite sick is better Mr and Mrs Pen B were the guests of his Mr andI Mrs John near Beaver Dam and Several from here the sermon of Mr Jas guests of P L Wood day It is that Mr and Miss Mary Ball were I at last Born to Mr and Mrs W H Burch a fine girl Miss Eula is the guest of Miss Lelia Sept and Ora the at Mud River Evion Mrs Bee Cox a well known lady of died Sam and wife of l City are Mr Penr cds J wl a Isaac Penrod Roy was the guest of Miss Ora night and Sun Allen the funeral of his aunt Mrs Bee Cox Peat Bennet has gone to where he will make his future home His wife will go in a day or two Miss the of Mrs Bee Cox Foster Allen will start for Green on 20 where he will enter school at Mila Cox and father were the guests of Allen Cox Miss Ezra is her sister Mrs Burt Weeks this week Sept 13 is in our midst saw logs for I C G j Master Owen Jones who is at school at his here last and D R and Miss Mattie visited near and Miss Eddie Ellott St Louis is her uncle P Jones Rev G J Bean ed the funeral of James here Parks and Mines visited the of Dr G L Will Hill and Jesse have moved to Irwin and the of James Little Miss Hazel who has I 4 Hat in and get an 98Conly 1 s2 t September 15 and 16 Friday and Saturday Only J tIt Our Loss and YourGain Rertiem 4 ij ber it for Two Days Only T f 3artfcrd SAM BACK Ker CkVi splendid supervision Foreman- A working ordinarily splendid Sulphur roadI mentionThe beautified clearing vegetation George urdayThos Owensboro TuesdayA pharmacist Sulphur Wednesday- Mr tonMiss preached Saturday Sundayand expected Christian Friedaland summer splendid Community appreciates splendid ICJAI1WOnrA thectli ENORMOUS opening Furnishings Clothing surpassed throughour Clothing historyof is is jlSeptdaughter Prentis Saturday Sunday eyville Indwere Saturda bedside hedjsidetoday Tichenor Bullock Taylor parents Taylor Friday Saturday attended funeral Eudaly JIBeanCeralvo Sunt reported Henderson Stearsman married Owensboro Wednesday recently Withrow Hunter sPLEASANT GROVE l2Basis Mefford daughter attended meeting Sunday Muhlenburg county recently Penrod Central visiting brother Bradley MetTord Saturday dayElbert Louisville attended Sunday Louisville Myrtle Bradley Rochester attended funeral Sunday Bowling September Cherry Bothers CollegeMiss Sunday Bradley visiting Rochester CERALVO DaveKimmel Paradise hauling Kimbley tending Hartfordvisited parents Saturday Sunday Helsley daughter relatives Paradise Saturday Sunday visiting Captain Hartford preachj Eudaly SundayWalker family Taylor family Everly Sunday Everly RockportcGeorge family Calhoun attended funeral Eudaly Sunday Everly C- fakl ullyour Outufdate tutuCOIIIU Ayersewrr Why is it that Ayers Hair jVigor does so many remark able things Because it is a hair food It feeds the hair puts new life into it The hair HairVigor I growingAnd I rj rich color of early life comes I back to gray hair I rnrVAe I TutcurnbleAlagltO t bottle 1 C AYS CO All 011for Ixiwrll Mere Gray Hair r been dangerously ill is improyingtHerman McConnel Lebanon is pars k i i Mrs Price Morton wife of the late W E Morton has moved to Sam Mortons Handsome Catalog and Illustrated Journal Free The Bowling Green Business Unifversity and Sothern Normal School I requestingit I ed Catalog Journal Write postal card stating Course desired Address H H Cheray General Mana ger Bowling Green Ky Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN t w Y rssssssasossssssssssss Fears 4i New Goods4 b This week finds our sholvos loaded with the latest tho market affords in llry Goods Clothing Ladies and Sentlomens Furnishings ready fur the inspection of the public I I 1 f I Staple Dry Goods Our Staple department will abound in the new e est styles in 1rints linglmms Cheviots Percale I Flanneletts Outings Etc at prices that competi tors will wonder how it is done Visit us nod give this department your special attention II Fairs Furnishings This department will bo brim full of all thats I gent tho now things that we proposo to show you s i prices will rule in this department as her Ouri Ilo e Ve back these assertions by showing goods Call Iran tee them Fairs Fall Millinery I r4- t 1Indue time you will be notified of our annual fall opening Our milliners have been in the market several weeks familiarising themselves r with tho leading styles So on their return you may expect the correct headwear r tho corning fall L Fairs Clothing e For fall has already begun to arrive They are beyond a doubt the prettiest lino wo havo shown for years Remember when you buy a Suit at Fairs you got tho best without any quibbling about prices Como early and inspect our line I AT The Bargain Renter b v Hartford Republican I FRIDAY SEPTEMBER U illinois Control Railroad Tlm I Tablet Nnrllt Him ml No ISSdno7eIII- Nn irMu 1t10t m No 102 ln3Ti m Kim III llnnnil No 1SI dnlttal I BI Xn inl due fcMp m No Ml dm WO p m X 1 MOT1UKTIIK IIHIlIIMOAN wll print trrr nl cnnm Memory Nolleel- I UbllllHrlm llemilnlionn of K d- UO tho rxlrnlof ino word All clmrcn for lit theover IhHt miioniil weI r JI rnlrollnper word eesh In mlv Bcr In exceu ol ISO word will IArllI lowii to rrqnlrril limit nnlr I monerlent with nmnnMrlpl I10 rtry le n word in every InllneeI Fresh Oysters at City Restaurant I Fall novelties in Ladies Neckwear 7 at Fairs r J r W Morris Jingo caller to see us Monday I I r Nice fresh Fish always on hands s at City Restaurant I iMrV P Morris Ceralvo called j I i Wednesday I Try that Vegetable Soup at City Restaurant So good I Mr W C was a pleasant caller MondayI City Restaurantfor JlceCream and j j all kinds of Cool Drinks I See Fairs new Clothing stylish honest values low prices Its early for Fresh Oysters bu city Restaurant has gotem Mr Ernest Tweddell is quite ill at his residence on Union stre tl I I I I I I Nat Lindley Point Pleasant was n pleasant caller last Friday Clellon Flener City visited friends in Pipe Springs last Sunday Visit Fairs 5c and lOc basement These prices will surprise you Nicest line of Cakes and Crackers in Hartford at City Restaurant Clothing now ready for inspection at Long Cos Economy Store INew Gingham Percale and Flan naletts for school wear at Fairs IAnother barrel of Heinzs sweet Pickles Fine CITY RESTAURANT 25c and 35c values in Fairs basement for Scand lOc nothing higher L C Taylor Matanzas called to see us while in town last Saturday F bL Allen Centertown made us a pleasant call while in town Mon day Steak Meals and Fis lOur cant be beat CITY RESTAU RANTMiss Laura Morton returned Monday from a weeks sojourn at Dawson Springs You can always get the latest an newest things at Long Cos Econ omy Store IPlaid Si11iand Morie Velour Silks latest for shirt waists They are at Fairs I Dont fail to see the big line of Peters shoes we are showing now LONG C6 You will save money by buying callitSome rugs linoleums and mattings now at Long Cos Economy Store I Air John Carter Render was a pleasant caller while in town Wednesday Watt Taylor Matanzas was a pleasant caller while in town last Friday Underwear sale at Fairs Saturday 50c garments age See them in window Remnants in Woolen Goods for childrens school dresses at Fairs See them Think of us just before it rains and price the umbrellas at Long Gos Economy Store Mr C W Sturgeon of the Stea mer Bowling Green called to see ti while in the City Wednesday blisFlossie Woodward will leave next Tuesday for San Angelo Texas to be the guest of her brother Rev Chester Stevens preached an interesting sermon at the Hart ford Baptist church last Sunday Come and look at the new things displaty IA new coal mine is being opened I C Railroad about one anti onehalf wiles south of McHenry j Mr Victor Matthews of Owens boro is the guest of his father Mr Heber Matthews who is still quite ill Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laundry lOtf I FOR SAU CHEAP Good location for a Doctor collections good Address DR P HARDEN 7t4 Millerstown Ky Special prices will be made in a1I departments on Saturday Septem ber 16 at Long Gos Economy Store Dont fail to see our display of lowi prices and pretty goods during theI opening Saturday Sept 23ICARSON Co Mr Robert H Keown Booklin Ky was the guest of his brothers F E and Miles Keown City the latter part of last week I See our line of sidecombs beads handbags and so many things we can not mention LoNG Cos ECONOMY STOREI Mr John Taylor will leave next Monday for his home fat Birdseye id where he will be the guest of relatives for several days Miss Olive Carson returned from Louisville Tuesday where she had been for the past three weeks study ing the new styles in millinery Dr A D Park has purchase- from Mr R E L Simmerman vacant lot on Clay street on whic he is erecting a modern residence City Restaurant most uptodate place in Hartford Everything neat as a pin Everything good to eat Everything cooked as order edSee our three and fourbutton double and singlebreasted suits in blackand the new novelties in gra and mixed goods at Long Cos Economy Store Rev David E Fogle of George town Ky a brother of our townsman Mr J E Fogle preached an able sermon at the Hartford Baptist church last Sunday night Mr L P Foreman and Count Attorney W H Barnes members Hartford Lodge F A M attend ed the dedication of the new Mason ic Hall at Fordsvjllle last Saturday County Secretary Richard Sidemus of the local Y M C A attended the Kentuckhyt of the week The stylish Dress Goods for fall willjbe Mohairs Broad ClothCarven ette Clothe Secillans and Venitians especiallyd FOR SALE 100 acres of landTOacres in high state of cultivationlying op posite the Ohio County Fair grounds Also one house and lot in Hartford For price and terms call on CAL P KEOWN tf Hartford Ky Dr S J Wedding went to ordersIbefore the Pension Board He will returno ayIN 111 Messrs Chester and Cecil Stevens left last Monday for Georgetown where they entered school for the ensuing term The drug stock for Mr W H Griffins new Drug Store has be gun to arrive and in a few days will all be in place Mr W E Render of Livermore left Tuesday for Port land Oregan where he will attend the Lewis and Clark Exposition IMrs David Vaught died at her home at Graham Muhlenburg coun ty last Friday and was buried at the Pond Run cemetery tlfis county next day IWe will offer our tOe and 12Jc Dress Ginghams at Jc Saturday September 23 This proposition IsI for the day only and is cash or its equivulent CARSON Co Mr and Mrs Ike Johnston of Spring Grove Union county and Mrs Dr 7 H Shultz will arrive toI day to be the guest of Mr antI Mrs J P Samlerfur and other relatives here The largest the best the cheapest line of Dross Goods Notions Shoes Clothing etc to be found in this section of the country Call and let us show you through CARSON Co While at Select Tuesday looking after important legal business Judge R It Wedding purchased form John Baize a water melon that weighed 42 pounds The melon was grown on Mr Baizes farm IOur Milliner Mrs Sarah Collins Smith will return in a few days and will soon exhibit the new things in autumn and winter head gear Call and see what most dressers are wear ingLoNG Si Cos ECONOMY STORE The most famous Base Ball team the country is the Nebraska In dians This organization is composed genuine American Savages They will play the Ohio county team at the Fair Grounds at Hartford KyI on Saturday September the 16thI 1005 6t4 Every man owes it to himself and his family to master a trade or pro fession Read thp display advertisement of the six Morse Schools ofI Telegraphy in this issue and learn how easy a young man or young lady may learn telegraphy and be assured a position tf The new Masonic Hall at Fords vine was dedicated in an appropriate manner last Saturday Visiting brethren from Owensboro Hardins burg Leitchfield and Hartford dedicationI excellenthFordsville A grand good time is reportedIrested Garfield Maiden last on a bench warrant from Circuit Court to answer an indictment for I malicious shooting which was return j ed at the May term of Circuit Court catchyand had been under surveilance for some time Sheriff Keown having made several attempts to sight him since the warrant had been place in his hands Mrs Cicero Everly died at her home near Matanzas at 10 oclock j Wednesday morning after a linger AfterfReid her pastor her remains were I interred at the Point Pleasant cem etry in the presence ofa large circle of sorrowing relatives and friends I yesterday Mrs Everly was the daughter of Mr A J Buskill of Livermore and was an estimable lady j BEDA I Sept 12Rev Moorman filled his regular appointment at the M E church Srturday and Sunday Mrs Belle Tabor of near Hart ford was the guest of her sister I Mrs Dr Stewart Sunday Mrs Emma Calvert returned to her home Wednesday morninjr after a two weeks visit hero to friends and relatives Enos Moseley Pleasant Ridge win as our town Sunday MissEnola Iler retured to Cham bay Misslra Shown Misses Xoena Hudson and Mary Parks spent Monday with Miss Al I berta Green Several tfrom i JjosreekA attended aa EPBARNESBROH c Wheat Wheat j Thousiuuls of dollars id paid out every year for 2this most important cereal and we can see no just J6 reason why our fanners could not raise every 4C a Jjg J 4honestlythe part of our farmers in preparing the soil andiby the judicious use of the proper kimlof Fertilizers jlfc and tho proper increase of our acreing wo can csucceed in producing all and in ninny instances illeven more than our people can USISII C t Farmers Far- mersri tC Ii a a RACFSb 4C N 1 WF C- MARK U y ii 4bestinpxyou to use tho HORSE SHOE BRANDS of For tilizers for Wheat Field tests of every descrIption in our immediate section have proven in every instance the superiority of this famous brawlof Fer rtilizer Increase your acreage use HORSE SHOE BRAND of PURE GROUND BONE liberally and an ordinary season will produce for you a rprofitable and satirfaotory yield Beaver Darn Ky TTTTTTrTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT T iBA lL fn HARTFORD ILri1NH I Capital Surplus Stock40OOOooiStockholders AddiI Liability 4000000 Securety to Deposltors9100000 dFORD President JOHN T MOORE Cashier iH P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLBROOK Asst Cashier i JIV FORDt HOLBROOK iH P DirectorsTAYLORJNO T MoonE iJNO I 40+ i++++++++20++++ ++0111 t services at the M E church Sunday Miss Cora Bennet who was quite ill is able to be out again WHITESVILLE Sept 13The trustees of the Walnut Grove district gave an ice cream supper Saturday night for the school it proved to be successful J W Day and Acton Haynes Owensboro spent Monday herewith relatives Mrs PH Haffey and Miss Mary H Wedding returned home Monday from Cincinnati Ohio Ernest Stinnett who has been sick for the past week is able to be out again Mrs ThomasHickey is on the sick list Messrs Ben Ramsey D L Jack sonBpyd McCarty and WJL Slinnett weritjto Powers Saturday to attend the barbecue Misses Stella had Mary Wedding and Messrs C L Obenchain and Wm Petrie spent Sunday at Fell N ville with friends C 11 Mullen and wife have gone to Owensboro to be at the bedside of the formers mother who is seriously ill IJno Sapp Owensboro spent Sat with relatives here ti Guy Hazel Knottsville was here SundayDr Haynes has gone to Giro dean on a business trip CANE RUN Sept 12Born to the wife of C A Wilson September 11 a fine twelve pound girl Mother and baby are getting along nicely The protracted meeting at Salem closed Friday night They reporJW j seventeen conversions r J G Wilson has gone to Lelich v field this week Mrs Minnie Moorman returned to her home in Taylor Mines yester day after spending five weeks with y her aunt Mrs Mary B Wilson Base Fair View c r assllzy p t1 t LANDLORD MUST CONSENT Farmer Tenants in Germany Cannot Marry Except with Freewill- of Farm Owner In Germany a farmer canno marry without the consent of IIH landlord and this consent is not always easy to obtain Very often a farmer has to purchase his landlords consent to his situ riage and many of the poorer land owners add a good deal to their incomes in this manner Numbers of the large Germs territorial magnates can compel their tenants to work for them in a number of different ways On several estates in Germany th tenats who are tradespeople hay to give their services to the land lord for nothing whenever he may require them to do so In Spain these peculiar privi leges of the landed classes an confined altogether to the nobil ity A man without a title in Spain should he be in the position of a landlord which is very rare thecaee has practically no control over his tenants and very often finds it hard oven to recover his rent But the Spanish nobles are en dowed with immense territorial powers Among the peculiar privileges possessed by the Spanish nobility in that of being empowered to try t tenants for any criminal offense which they may commit with the exception of murder A Spanish nobleman however connot inflict a longer term of imprisonment on any of his tenants than two years without having the sentence confirmed by the Spanish govern ment before whom must be laid all the particulars of the case and the nature of the evidence against the prisoner If the sentence ap pears to be unjust or undulyse vere the government can order the prisoner to be tried in the or Binary manner before a judge and jury In France there are very few territorial proprietors most of the peasants being owners of their farms such landlords however as do exist have er little control over their tenanttbeoud receiv flugtheir rent which must not ex ceed a certain standard fixed by the state There are no tenantry in the world so completely in the power of their landlord as the Russian r peasants The Russian peasant has no legal existence for he belongs to his landlord who if lIP wishes can flog him to death for the least offense The Russian farmer pays no rent All the I profits of the form must go to the landlord who provides his ten ants with just the hire necessities tif life- SOME FACTS ABOUT TIME tTliere Are Many Ideas Regarding It But Its Forefinger Writes In Great Wrinkles Time is hard to define says the Newark News According to the br st poets time has a hetnyfont a tooth a forelock end breakable plansIshipsilcropsresp a horse Hut it huts a forefinger also reckless hand that writes wrinkles This explodes the horse theory Furthermore tune flies Hence a bird of time Time is money being also a bird time i a gold eagle jRrhaps money is the root of all evil and procras tination is the thief of time Therefore procrastination is 1 u tluiugIm beyond question It is vindictive pingMichaudwaste me Time waits for no 1111111 Time shall throw a dart at joysTnie ing Time possesses its debtors The time is tint of joint lain nlIIhilly it le considering what u nuisance it is Time is a sea a sandy beach i abysnitIsaitwhen we reran that time is quiet highlinelovelyAmong I tinned quitting time and dinner 4n tlmI truth when they want to shams the devil Chicago Daily News j The Garrulous AcquaintanceArtI dat ten yourself out and will have to quit or go at something else fort lilngIBoras struggling author dear sir such an idea is wholl lacious You have been talking for 50 years and you haven talked yourself out yet have you Chicago TrlbuneIBoumnnlnfl Illiteracy Roumania appears to be the 1most illiterate country in Europe thNe population of about 6000000 nearly 4000000 can neither read nor write and that only a little over 1000000 havo any education at all TRUCK COMPANYS JONAH IEvery Time the Tailor Entered En give House Fire Alarm Sounded 1Now He Stays Away If there is one class of public servant more superstitious thlllJi another it is the firemen bluecoat has mode up his mind I that he is followed by a Jonah there is nothing that will convince him that he is wrong says the Chi cage RecordHerald The captain of a West side truck company is no exception to Itilt rule and as a result lies till tailor is exiled from the cool panys quarters lies is one who tllllllIrollnlllIopened his little tailor shop iieu the truck house he dropped in to look over the quarters of the fire men He volunteered to mend any clothing the men torn while atI work on fires and they accepted One night n fireman ripped the sleeve of his coat The next morn Jug the tailor clime in and took the coat to repair Ashe went out an alarm of fire came in The firemen worked for five hours Late in the afternoon the tailor returned with the repaired coat While he was telling the firemen how he had fixed it another alarm of fire struck in- Every time the tailor came tin gong sounded One afternoon the captain heard one of the men grumbling What is the matter Mike he asked Well skipper I may be wrong but I think that tailor is a hoo dooThe captain reflected He be gan to believe Mike was right Still he did not like to say any thing to the tailor He was a willing worker in the cause of the firemen Yet the captain could not get the hoodoo idea out of his lead He decided to try it out The next four times the tailor carne in the door the company was called out Then the captain de sidled to act He called the com pany together They agreed with hits The tailor was a hoodoo I The next time he came tIlt apI tain started to tell him so Hefore he had sold ten words tilt com Ian was milled out again When it got back the tailor was waiting in the door One of tilt firemen taught him and pushed hllllllutsldI fellowlnllJonah Tilt next time you want anything here tell us about it over yonsmeans a fire alarm lies concluded that he was u Jonah He still continues to repair the firemens clothes but he never comes in the house when he delivers them- Courtship i and the CameraI He was pleased or as Tie expressed it rapturously delighted with the beautiful features por rayed on a photograph the lady had just given him Some day said he J shall with your permis sion plead for the lovely original Oh Ernest the maid replied I really could not find it in my heart to give you the negative Are you positive he risked Then the love on both sides haIing been found to be fully developed the date was fixed and the couple are now toned down in u IlatThe Tatler That Is Enough The poor deluded bride general i ly thhds she Is marrying the best wan at the wctlding J w PERSIAN PEACOCK THRONE- i fts Enormous Value and Splendor of the Room Containing It DC Iscribed by Frenchman Two Frenchmen who have just returned from Teheran null will while there were privileged to see jthe Persian peacock throne thus describe it A sign was given 1that the gates of paradise wer Jo be opened for us We were in th throneroom a room containing jewels and gold that Would IU1I1 astonished Aladdin The carpet were of silk the choirs of gold there were 50 golden chairs We sat in one chair with buck arms and legs studded with j earls turquoises and emeralds worth L 100000 We stood by and discussed and marveled over one of the sever wonders of the world the jnia rock throne It is the size of 1 massive hid with seven legs I 114 entirely of gold exquisitelythis clod and incrusted with thoiisands cf precious stones The two steps jtIKIcircular star on the top mind two little birds which can only by courtesy be described as peacocks on cither side It is the most costly throne in the world and is1 said to be worth 000000 j In the throneroom there were bowls full of pearls Tinre was a globe containing 75 ounds of gold i land 5U5GG gems that cost LtOOIlII i to make and is valued at 047000 The sea is of emeralds Persia pt turquoises Africa of rubies India andrPrance of diamonds There were besides pearldwked crowns su perb tiaras jeweled swords and heaps of uncut precious 1011111111I an array of wealth amounting to 50000000 i WORLDS GREATEST PORT Antwerp May Become Leading City in Vessel Line Thus Retumi ing Former PlaceIShould Antwerp become tin i greatest port in the world it will only be resuming M sition in tom j merce which it formerly heldsayd the St James Gazette The silt i lug up of the Xwyn transferred to it the trade of Bruges and thedis covert of the new sea route gavel Antwerp an incomparable jKsi thin At the height of her prow jKrity towards the close of thej sixteenth celltur her ellnr111IIOIIlHer population was then ILTifMIO a third of the present number i More than a thousand firms were established there and men count ed their money in millions 11e exjMtrts went to every known in Then came an awful decline IheI terrors of the inquisition scat tereil her population fa rand wide ill a single onslaught by Spanish soldiers 8000 jKaceful citizens died Antwerp loss was our gain They fled to our shores and established industries in which leadingflowed trade went and the tine dropped to 40000 Nupoieonf planned the new Antwerp atilt there was a time when it formed Itill fourth cityof the French em uhee ALL WONDERFUL TO HERI Bride Hears of Wonders of Pikes Peak and Comments on Les sons in Traveling A tourist Wlllllll1t behind a brid al couple on the Pikes Peak rail way last summer says in Llppin cutts that he overheard the bridegroom giving the bride information regarding the difficul ties that had been overcome in constructing some of the Rocky mountain railroads Do you know dear he said that the grade of the road weare riding over is more thou 13000 feet to the milt K How woud urill she said languidly Yes and there is a line of road in this state where there is what they call the loop and they say that when a lung train of cars is going over it they have to run very slow to keep the cowcatcher from shoving the loot cur of the train oft the track for it is right in front of the engine How wonderful Isnt it though And there is dlntwhere if you drop a A tfjA erotic from thVcar window it will full in a straight line 10000 feet before it strikes anything How wonderful Yes and they say that these Deity of the wind on Pikes Peak sometimes reaches 40000 miles an hour Just think Isnt it wonder full Anti the ties and rails for some raileroads had to be brought away up here on time tops of the mountains on thebacksofsomeof those little burros we saw down below How remarkable And how sweet of you dear to bring me out here where such remarkable things have hup encd Its ever so educational surd awfully interesting You are sure we will get down uM right dear Oh yes theres no danger They say they never had but ont accident on this rood and that was a mighty curious one They had a big mountain landslide once and a section of track a quarter tif a mile long with a passenger idown on it slid half a mile right the side of the mountain and the train never leftthe truck nnd not a arson was hurt How wonderful And how jolly to have been in an accident of that kind It would be some thing to remember ill ones life What a lot one eau learn by tray jiling JOHNNY DECIDED TO LET COI Amusing Incident of a Trip of Pres Roosevelts in the iIdent Adirondacks President Hoosevelt on one of his hunting touts in the Adiron ducks spent a very long day in restless pursuit of big game 11 latex Success By the time sue cess hud finally justified till chase he made the discovery that he was Ia very hungry man this urgent request the guide conducted the party to the nearest inn the wil journeyIwnstint the modest hostelry was reached Mr Roosevelt was still more hungry When informed that the only tarn obtainable at the establish nient was corned beef loin cull halt I involuntarily he made use of thVexpression which has long been famous Delighted theIpr1sidential 11111111t1ieat at tin family board It was I increased when huge portions of corned hart and cabbage were passed from the head of the tumble plriterto make its appearance was I heaped very high It reached a stimuli boy and got no further The president to his envy and IlilllllllHlllltllltntI 1TnhulIr exclaimed tine host sharply thet bent fee you the I be far the stranger Much to the amusement of all till president seized the rim of the plate on out side while JllhunIheld till other There was a moment of Then the president softly and with a twinkle in his eye but with inexorable decision leaned over laud spoke into the red resentful htlvIlet go Johnny let go- Incrodldle Brutality bruItalitracuse best he could fmtliia suffering son My hoy he says cut a fearful gash over his eye so I applied Buck lins Arnica Salve which quickly healed and saved fiis eye Good for burns and ulcers too Only 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro drugstore How to Detect Arsenic One of the familiar tests by which a chemist recognizes the presence of arsenic is the odor of garlic given off when one of its compounds is heated in the blowpipe flame The same smell of garlic is produced when certain fungi grow or sub stances containing arsenic And it is interesting to note that one species of fungus is found to accom plish this feat of chemical analysis more effectively when it is grown in connection with yellow algal cells in other words when it forms the plant association know as lichen The above methcAQf detecting a- tNa4i qrr n tbr ecfRirw senic seems specially applicable to cases of poisoning where the sub stance ja mixed with organic matter which would form suitable medium for the culture of the fungus I Help For The Ladies whereITacked to the wall near the door of every bedroom below the bell code is a curd that reads Ladies desi ring assistance with blouses button ing in the hack ring five tim- esPOPULAR I Cheap Excursion I To j Niagara Falls Thursday Auu 17 1905 VIA Big Four Route Only 1050 Round Trip From Louisville Toronto Outi Only 150 more than rate to Niagara Falls Alexandria BnyN Y Thousand Islands Only 700 more than rate to Niagara Falls Montreal Que Only 1065 more than rate to Niagara Falls Stopover allowed at Westfieldfor sidetrip to CliautaiKjua Lake Tickets good returning twelve days including date of Mile Elegant tmins of Pullman Sleeping Car and Superb Day Coaches personally con ducted by representatives of the Hilt Four who will look after the wants of passengers These excursions need no introduction to the public and the popularity of the fig Four the natural route to Niagara Falls via Buffalo is well known Full information in pamphlet form can be obtained from Big Four ticket office S J GATES Gen AK- tLouhtvilic Kv W J LYNCH G P T A Clncinnoti- 0Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAINROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct lino via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping and trio reclining chair ors UomaaeeKeiV Excursion first and third Tuesdays of each month Descriptive literature maps pamphlets ol3er etc on application H C TOWNSEND RTO MATTHEW 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lliulmttt JirettnIH HaiHufle tavti timr many andfjltn t ExclastvstWritMl Hlntb Itntt app VDU4 lUtM hUat Oflea WASHINQTON D C ROUGH RIVcR TELEPHONECOMPANY iNioitroiuiiri I The Rongh River Telephone Co r is Independent owned and operated by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is constantly being ex tended are as follows for 5 minul conversation 15 miles 10 cts 30 miles 15cts 45 miles 15 cts c W A CHANDLER Gen Mgr- Hartford Ky J w OBANNON localMgr1Beaver Dam Kyto k 1 1E1vX t 1ti 4sI isre1 1yc1t i r RIDER AGENTS WANTED RoquiredIWe nhtp to Ten Frmm Triali anyone on Days I Jil905Modelsf TiresMM Best Makes jf iii Any mate or model you want at onethin twwl i Choice of standard Urea and beat equipment on all our blcycle Strongest guarantee We SHIP ON APPROVAL C O D to any- onef without n colt depQICand allow 10 DAY FREE TRIAL IJ is binding BOO SecondHand Wheels sa Sftaken In trade hrour Chicagotall stores IS MewD0 for our FAfTflTf OFFER Tin ourbiI PUNCTUREPROOF TIRES S JtogwJU price 8 SO i er pair 5tvIPW a dan1081NAIL5 TACKS GLASS raft for Only oVNltE AIR NO MIRE TROUILE from PUNCTURES Result of IB years experience in tiro making aNo el r lrem THORNS OAOTUS I JLSTIOKSosOLASS Serious like Intentional knife cuts can be vulcanized lltra any other tiro 75PER PAIl EASY RIDING STRONG DURABLE HEALING FULLY COVERED BEWARE OF Send for Catalogue T ihowtnr all kinds and makes of tires at COO pair and UD silo OoMUTIIrake Ilulltup Wheel and IllcyclriHundrl at Half Ph uwal plla Notice the thick rubber tread A and puncture trip B and II This tire will outlait any other make Hoft Klullc and Easy Riding We will ihlp C 00 ON APPROVAL AND EXAMINATION m hNI atnl Offeiil We will allow a mash efaxiownf of 55 thereby making the price tila If yon send fun mash with rdtw Tire to bo returned at our cxpenie U not satbfacUmr on + 1 examination V MEAD CYCLE CO Dept JL CHICAGO ILL b OUR CLUBBING RATES THK llKiUiiMt mid Louisville H0Il1It1125I- m llKitniiiiAN told Louisville 250 TICK RKPUWIOAN and CourierJournal 150 THK KKIITIIMCAX and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 4 b TICK ItKiUiiMfAN and Homo and Farm 125 TIn llKitMMKAv and Lipponcotts nut Cosinnplitan M25 Tim RKIUHMCAN and Twicoa Week Owonshnro Inquirer 175 THK KKIIMIMCAN and Daily Owenshoro Inquirer JJ70 THK KKHMIUCAN and Twicoa Week Ohoix Messenger 175 Bi rteJ Patiola + 1f The Modern tonlca dose before inch nteNi will make you ftllIstrung sad well I NOL hRS no equal for Imlire tlnn h Catarrh of the Hud Thtost Stomeb Bowels Ltvt RnO Kidney I Le Grippe ndjeneral dthlllty Made by the LlKTCHFiFtn PHAR jf A UACAL Inc For IIlIll by jj H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky IJ1 u IIcW II y y W DO YOU WANT Position tHat will payyou from 500 to 5OOO a year + That is what our graduates are demand ing for thud work We give the kind ca- lrr yttltiniug that counts from the start Increase Your Salary By a course in the OWIONSHOItO BUSINESS UNIVERSITY Term begins Sept 1th Write today Address Owensbor Busines Un iverity Owensboro Kentucky I lIaJthO Southern Railway t tShortest ani Fastest Lines 1+ 14eNL Lexington ani Louisville si iouiflff file West- Two trains daily as follows Leave Lexington 610 a in Lou isville 900 a m arrive at St Louis 012 p m Carrying vestibuled r t coaches and CafeObservation Par lor Car Meals a la carte through without cange Leave Lexington 530 p m Lou isville 1015 p m arrive at St Lou is 732 a m carrying free reclin Pullman sleeper i1 0throughrtvithout change Reserve Sleeping Car berths at 111 East Main St Lexington Ky 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky or Union Depots Firstclass typewriter 3 paper for sale at this of fice cheap Lr r 4 SELF by PATENTS IMITATIONS Daily Herald nsplp Coi A BEST FOR THE- BOWnSIf you baton t a regular httlthr movement of the bowel every dtryonreIUnrwillbe Keep jour In the chip ot- ryolettphyeloorpinpoison ti aangcrout The smoothest aaeteet mot perfect wry ot keeplof the bowel clear And clean U to tftk- oCANDY OATHARTIO DANDYPbrasaat Da Good Near Sicken Weakea orQrlp I 10 rs end go CMiti prr boi Write for free sample tad book Itt oa bealth Allmi U3 Sterling Remedy Comoinj Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New Discovery plc1orC00011YMud 100 A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Monty back if It eui Trial Bottle tree t y TOLD ON AMERICANS Sort of Storlos Current Abroad of LawlessProceedingsHere Now York TrlbntiH J It is not strange that Americans should be to some extent misjudged in Europe The following story was recently published in Vinne Neue Freie Presse under the head Cur iosa Americana A man from Boston was driving in a little wagon through Texas Sud denly a bloodCUrt ling scene attracted his attention A whiteman revolver in hand stood in a field over a negro who was digging a trench The man from Boston in whom the spirit of justice was strongly developedstepped from the vehicle andaskedWhat are doing to the negro Thats none of yfour business You had better get out- I must first know what is going on here See here young man I am a bad man the worst in the neighborhood I have killed 17 whites without even having been convicted and as to negroes I shot them in numbers to suit my pleasure before breakfast Yes but what has this man lone He owes me money and will not pay I shall kill him but want him to dig his own grave If you do that I shall see that you are hanged Nonsense Hocan you do thatIf there is any justice in the State of Texas I shall not rest until I see you hanged Save yourself all trouble The Sheriff of the county is my uncle the judge is my brotherinlaw and as for the neighbors no one would appear against me because they all know that to do so would mean cer tain death In the meantime the poor negro had fallen at the feet of the white man whom he abjectly asked for mercy The man from Boston con sidered a few minutes and finally said It seems to me there is no justice in the State of Texas How much does this man own you Ten dollars The man from Boston produced his purse paid the amount and con tinued his journey- In the next town he met a townsman to whom he related the adven tureMy boy said the second Boston man we were both swindled I also paid 10 to the same man for the same purpose The same game was probably played daily and the scoundrels reaped harvest No Unpleasant Effect If you over take DeWitts Little Early Risers for biliousness or consti pation you know what pill pleasant a These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without producing unpleasant effect Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Odd Ends of Fasblon Shoes for autumn show a more pronounced point to the toe A lot of ornamental buttons are used on the new fall blouses The little outside patch pocket Is a failure on many shirtwaists- On the smartest shoes the metal READ THIS Bowling Green Ky Jan 121904 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir We have been selling your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for years and can reccommend it to any one suffering with any kidney trouble as being the best remedy we have ever sold Yours truly W C MORRIS Co A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures nil kid ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis rheuma1tismneys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble I in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer PO box 629 office 2931 Olive I Street St Louis Moth e 1w rimmed eyelet is succeeded by a round embroidered buttonhole through which ribbon Is laced Fetching turbans and sailors of black patent leather trimmed with white and black wings are shown for the motoring maid The first fall hats for girls are fuzzy felts in large shapes with velI vet and wings for decoration- It is a clear idea to have a little coat of ecru lace with several loose linings of cheap silk to blend with different dresses The girl who wants an uptodat decoration for her winter evening coat will do well to embroider bands of satin with gold beads in walls of Troy pattern Accompanying the fancy corset is the dearest little short petticoat of flowered net consisting of two flounces each edged with ribbon matching that on the corset I Can You Eat J B Taylor a prominent mer chant of Chriesman Tex says I could not eat because of a weak stomach I lost all strength and ran down in weight All the money could do was done but all hope of recov ery vanished Hearing of some won derful cures effected by use of Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure I cocluded to try it The first bottle benefitted me and after taking four bottles I am fully restored to my usual strength weight and health Ko dol Dyspepsia cure digests what you eat andcures Sold by Z Wayne Gri fin Bro Woes of An Editor Every man who ever ran a newspaper or tried to run one has butted up against the sorehead who can tell the editor how to run the editors business He can tell the editor ex actly what he should write whom to roast c If the editor asks him to furnish the roast over his own signa ture he objects because it would get him Into trouble If the editor asks him for positive proof of the subject matter of his roast he hasnt it If the ebitor asks him to go along and help hunt the proof he pulls back Gossip is cheap but the newspager man who publishes gossip will soon er or later come to grief Best For ChenMothers be careful of the health df your Children Lookout for Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough Stop them in timeOne Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy Harmless and pleasant Contains no opiates Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro- Superstition in Missouri An old superstition made good at Franklin one day last week A boy was drowned and the searchers were unable to find his body Finally some oldfashioned man threw the boys shirt in the water It floated around on the surface a few seconds and then suddenly sank To the amazement of the scoffers the body was found within two feet of where the shirt went down fitting Her tor the Service Elderly AuntWhats this I hear Matilda They say your daughter has learned to smoke cigarettes and drink like a toper Proud MotherShe can hold up her end with the best of em Elderly AuntAre you taking leave of your senses Proud MotherNot at all Hav ent you heart Dorthy is engaged to an army officer The Big Livery Bill A traveling salesman returned last Thursday night toa liveryman- in Lexington a horse and buggy he had hired just 16 months before The liveryman did not recognize the horse and buggy and had for gotten that it was not returned at the time it was hired His bill was vlS5 or more than twice the value of the horse and buggy CornFritters To a pint of grated corn pulp add salt pepper and sugar to taste two eggs and enough sifted cracker crumbs to hold the mixture together Add one teaspoon ofibaking powder with the crumbs drop the mix ture from a teaspoon into hot fat making the fritters the size of an oyster Fry to a delicate brown drain on soft paper and serve on folded napkin Serve with catsup or tomatoes C111MTOR XAHears theisa Kind Yoa Hate Always Bwjli SIpaurt j CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Coach Sjrnip Testes Good UM In time Sold by druggists STRONG trial II 55 AgainIs StoY llofTiltonOa said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia LCure Hundreds I of women art being restored to perfect edT YOU maybe well If you will take It Indigestion cauMt nearly all the sickness that women bare It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole tome food that maybe eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia tour risings belching heartburnand all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat I DuasbUlsNefilYu wt she htalthbythltnm MpuM at W Lab maq faODeIe- oQtlaa oA Hold by Z WAYNK UKIINI ExtremoIiLow Rates ANNOUNCED VIAI Southern Railway Extremely low rates are announc ed via the Southern Railway from Louisville for the following special Occasions 2925 Denver Colorado Springsand Pueblo Coland return August 11 12 and 13 account Fraternal Order of Eagles 2300 Denver Colorado Springsand Pueblo Col and return August 29 to Sept 2 inclusive account National Encampment Grand Army of the Republic 1585 Athens Ga and return July 1 8 and 15 account Athens Summer School 665 Chattanooga Tenn and return September 16 17 and 18 account Regimental Reunion Anniversary Battle of Chicka- mauga 6150 Portland Ore and return daily up to and including Sept 30 on account Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition 7250 Portland Ore and return going or returnining via San Francisco and Los Angeles frequent dates during June July August and September account Lewis and Clark Centennial Ex position 6650 San Francisco or Los Angeles Cal and return August 3 to 14 inclusive 7250 San Francisco Los Angelesor San Diego Cal and return Frequent dates during June July August and September Cheap homeseekers tickets round trip to Kansas Nebraska Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Florida and many other points July 4th and 18th August 1 anti 15 Sep tember 5 and 19 Correspondingly low rates from other Southern Railway Stations For full information folders schedules etc Address A R Cook G P T A 234 Fourth Ave Ixyaisville Ky C H Hungerford 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G B Allen A G P A St Louis MoW H Taylor G P A Washing ton D C Subscribe 0 for THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 100 per year in advance CumberlandTELEPHONE ANDh Co Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone in my residence and place ol business My business has increased and my wifes voice is never i heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition I E PflTE Manr u Ohlo County Circuit Court TV Otrkhtad Judge Iltn D lllngoAttornvr T 11 Black Jailer Ed 0 IlsrrnM clerk Freak L FUr Matter Com mlnlon rY 1 0ele1ralt Jury Fund Ce lKrowuSheriff Hartford DrpntyHhtriff Known Clarence Krown Jo 11 Roberta Sara Kfown h WCourtronTenMflMt day In March and August end continued three wtekaand third llondnjr In May aad November two WHite County CourtJ l Stiller Judge US Rag and Clerk W II llnrnea Attorney Hartford 4VConrtconrenra tint Monday In each month MondayInCourt of Claim Conrenea Stet Monday In Jet nary Tnwday after lecond Monday In October Other omeenrII Wood Surveyor Ceralro Frank Lowe Assessor Ileda Jam DtWeM r School Superintendent Hartford Den L Davis Coroner Hnlphnr Spring rutlce CourtB F Rodeo Dearer Dam February 19 May 18 August 31 November 30 Oeo W Martin Ilalietown February 12 May- ii August 20 November 1- 2JnoMIrahamNartoweFebruary SDMny 2 August 2V November 11 T A Ryan Fordirllle January 15Slay 7 August 27 November 5tJ Ameb Knford February 7 Slay t Aug Ut 12 November 7 W A none C nt rtowni Lro rr I Way U AnicmtlMNoTunbtrP irDJ Wllcox norkportrbraarySa May S August y5 November lljj Hartford T1torneyvened lecond Monday In eachniontb ne11c1oua t3sstcU K Church MonthService third Sunday each month at 11 a m and 7pm and eecon Sunday at 71 m PrayirmeetlngeveryWedBei day evening Her WTSliller Putor Baptist Church Service held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday might and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Her JH lIarllttlaotorC Hervlre Stet Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev J O liar ned pastor School Trustees IlertfordJas 1Mlller1- JeaaS TllteYeDI1J1f Hocker J H B Car eon Jon C lllley lItvCunoellRowan Holbrook Mayor 8 A Anderson CIerkI S J Wedding W 8 Tint ey A C Taylor M L HearrlnT J Morton Councilmen Secret Socl tlA O U W mnts tnt and third Friday- nlghtein each month Hartford Lodm Xo 675 Ft A UUOUI lint Monday nightie each month Hnrttnrd Tent No Vi Knights of the Marc a r bees every Thursday night Rough River Lodge No110 Knlgbta of l1thla meotsevery Timday night Prenton Morton Post No 4 Q A R hold reg ular meeting HntnrdnybVforedntSnnday In earb l month toe Write for our coifFEPENTIAL LETTER before wo morel We obtain PATENTS THAT pAY and help Inventors to ineceu photo aend IMMEDIATE FRH REPOIITON PAT NTABILITV JO year practice Rep tered Patent Lawyers or come to o1 at BOB807 7th SL WASHINGTON D C OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELER a WILSON Sewing Machine We can offer ex ceptional induce ments to someone who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his timet to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker ca pableof derelopment into a permanent and profitable businessWRITE AT ONCE Wheeler Wilson Mfo 6i 72 and 74 WabuhAve CHICAGO r r- S Hartford Republicanr FRIDAY SEPTEMBER s Ordinance of the City of Hartford The City Council of the City t Hartford Kentucky do ordain as fo lowsSec 1 That a concrete pavement of not less than 12 feet in width be constructed on the west side of Main street beginning at its intersection with Center street at the S K Cox corner and extending north on tlleon west side of Main street and contiguous with same and in front of said I Cox property fronting and abutting on said street a distance of 48 fin length to the property of J I Bean thence in the same direction on the same side of said street and contiguous with same in front of t said Bean property abutting on said street a distance of 19 J feet in length- to the property of Eskridge then beginning at theJW FordI I Hotel property on same side thence in same direction on the same sideI of said street and cotiguous same in front of the said Ford pro erty abutting on said street a disJ tance of 75 feet in length to Unionj J streetSec 2 That a concrete pavemen not less than 10 feet in width be cot structed on the north side of Union I street be ginning at its intertection with Main street the E T Williams corner on same and extending east the north side of said street and ca tiguous with same and in front of said Williams property fronting and abutting on said street a distance of 100 feet in length to the property tiof C J Rhoades thence in same on same side of said steert and contiguous with same in front of said Rhoades property abuttinjr on said street a distance of 4S feet in length to the property of Dr L B Bean thence in the same direction and on the same side of said street and contiguous with same in front of the said Bean property abutting n said street a distance of fil feet in length to Market street or Apple AlleySec 3 That u brick pavement not less than 4J feet wide be con structed on the south side of 1Valn- ustreet beginning at the east corne- of Mrs Ann Bennetts property and extending west on the south side of said street contiguous with same and in front of said Mrs Bennetts property fronting and abutting on said street a distance of 100 feet in length to the property of FL Felix Ses4 That a brick pavement no less than 4J feet wide be construct ed on the north side of Union stree- beginning at the southeast corne- of Mrs Ilettie Hardwicks property andextending west on the north sid of said street contiguous with same and in front of the said Hardwick property fronting and abutting o saidstreet a distance of 100 feet i tolength to the property of Tom Bean thence in same direction on the same side of said street and contiguou- with s same in front of the said Bea property abutting on raid street a distance of 75 feet in length to theu property of Bean UtOthersnSee 5 That a brick pavement not less than ii feet in width hen instructed on thp north side of p Center street beginning at the east corner of the lot of Miss Margaret Gunther and extending west on th North side of said street contigu ous with same and in front of the said Gunther property fronting and abutting on said street a dise ixinoe of 40 feet in length to the southwest corner of the residence thence in the same dirt fion the same side of said street and contiguous with same 4J feet wide in front of the said Gunther property abut ing on said street a distance of J5 feet in length to Alley Section G That the brick pave ments ordered and directed by the ty Council to In erected and con itructcd on the streets in the City of Hartford Kentucky as set out in Motion I 2 3 4 and rof this article be constructed good hard paving brick fitted together in such a manner us to make a good lasting iiid substantial pavement or sidewalk same to bo placed on a bed of sand properly leveled and of not less i than 3 inchuB in depth and to be secured with a gOlldKtIW curbing joined dressed and fitted together the same to bo of not less than 15 nehtss in width and at least 8 inches in ck placed on the sillof said walkB and contiguous with the same next to the street on which each of said sir 41w 3 wi walks are ordered to Deconstructed Each and all of said pavements or walks including the concrete to be constructed and the grade of same to be with reference to the datum line as established by the ordinance fixing and establishing the grade of the streets and alleys in said city which thImeting of said Board held on the 5th day of September 1900 Section 7 That if any of the property or land owners whose property front and abut on the streets alleys where side walks or pavement are orderd and directed to be constructed by this ordinance as set- out in section 1 2 3 4 5 and 6 fail or refuse to make the sidewalks oEr before the 1905 after the enactment and publi hecation of this ordinance it shall be the duty of the marshal of saidI City to select and appoint three B0 ber discreet intelligent and disfn terested housekeepers who afte being first duly sworn by the Mayor some other officer authorized by law to administer an oath to faith analpI an I fronting landowner who has failed and refused to comply with this ordinance written notice that they thne full value of each or o f lots whose owners fail or refuse to comply with this ordinance in pro portion of the frontage of said lot entirne length of the whole improvement ordained to be made not to exceed a square to cover the expense of the construction of the work Said ap prnisersoratssessorsshallreporttheiassesmeat r I the City council and said Marshalr supervisor of streets shall advertise the letting of each job of unconstruct ed or uncurbed sidewalk as may remain unimproved unconstru cted or uncurbed as above provided herein to be let on a day not more than fifteen days after the report of the appraisers herein to the lowest and best bidder He will give due notice of the letting of such work by advertising same to be taken seper ately or as a whole as he deems best to the said lowest and hest bidder by anetvspaperpuhlisher d in said city at least fifteen s before said day of letting He will require of the contractor of said work to enter into a written contractor with the City Council of said City in which the specifications herein made for each and allof said pave suchtpavements as he contract undertake to construct He shall securityrto an performehis said contract and construct shall have a lien upon the property fronting and abutting on the street isnprice of said work In the event of the failure of any one to bid for and contractsnupon re will proceed to make said pave of and curbing according to the specifications contained in this ordi retaining a lien upon said pro erty for the expense of the construction thereof Section 8 The expense incurred sideewalks or pavements and grading for of same shall be paid by the owners of or land fronting and abutting thereon lot or n portion of a lot being assessed for the full value thereof in proportion of the frontage thereof improvement not exceeding a square sufficient to cover the total expense of the work Approved September G 1905 ROWAN HOLBROOK Mayor is Attest S A ANDERSON Clerk The Indians are Coming When the Nebraska Indian Bas Ball Team comes to the field with ofscowling faces and savage war whoops some of the people in the is grand stand begin to grow nervous There is no occasion for this however The Indians are simply showing their irrepressible spirits and never have any trouble with anyone Those who see their game with Ohio county team in the FairGrounds at Hartford Ky on Saturday September the 16 1905 certainly have a treat in at store 6t4 to CAkiTORtAtoeThe kind Yos Nara AIkafs Boute Slgsitcre YIr V RENDER Sept 12Rev L P Drake of Centertown was here last Wednes dayS F Howey was here last nesday Misses Minnie Lee and Pearlie Tinsley were in Beaver Dam last Thursday I P Barnard of Louisville tt here last Thursday- H M Maddox was in Hartford last Thursday Nicholas Barrass Sr of Taylor Mines was here last Wednesday Geo M Burton Beaver Dam was here last Friday H T Vance Louisville was here last Friday Joe James and W J Sloan went to Morgantown last Friday to pl- r ball with the Morgantown team against Bowling Green the sco was 16 to 5 in favor of Botvlin GreenMiss Francis Filmore spent last Saturday and Sunday in Echols- r Joe Haskins and Robert McDowell spent last Saturday and Sunday in Morgantown Dr H B Innis and L E Herrel were in Hartford last Saturday Ernest Andrew spent the day i Horton last Sunday H D Jones of Hillside was the 1guest of his brother H W Jones last Sunday Byron Barnes Beaver Dam was here yesterday E M Woodward Hartford was here yesterday Mrs T C Tinsley returned to her home in Hopkinsville yesterday after visiting Mr and Mrs Geo Tinsley and family for the weekChas Cargal has accepted n jwsi tion as clerk with H S Sanders at Livermore Charlie is a I young man we wish him much su cess The Mines are not working to da the armature and dynamo have outG B Roll and Dave Fisher are on the sick list G W Baize was in EchoU today V H Englehard and Harry Bridges of Louisville were here today Miss Myrtle Allen of Rosine i the guest of Mr and Mrs Will MooreSimon Stevens postmaster has purchased two cottages from Jno Francis formerly of this place But now of Martins Ferry Ohio Boys remember October 4th is registration day so dont fail to register or you cannot vote Ordinance 01 the City of Hartford The City Council of the City of Hartford Kentucky do ordain as folI lows Sec 1 It shall be unlawful for any person or persons firm or cor poration to erect or cause to be erected or to permit to remain erect edany business sign or a sign of any description which will overhang or dots overhang in any manner any street alley or sidewalk in the city Hartford and any one so offending shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction there for shall be fined not less than 1 nor more than 5 for each offense and each day shaH constitute a sepernteoffenseSee and parts ordinances in conflict herewith hereby repealed Approved September 0 1905 ROWAN HoumooK Mayor Attest S A ANDERSON Clerk or Catarrh and Hay Fever Liquid Cream Balm is becoming quite as popular in many localities- as Elys Cream Balm solid It is prepared for use in atomkers and highly prized by those who have been accustomed to call upon physi cians for such a treatment Many physicians are using and prescrib ing it All the medical properties the celebrated Cream Balm are contained in the Liquid form which 75 cts including a spraying tube All druggists or by mail Ely Brothers 56 Warren St New York HERBERT Sept 12Emmett Haynes condition remains unchanged He is very low with typhoid fever Harvey Givens and family visited J C Barlons at Pellville Sunday Mrs Maggie Bartlett returned her home at Whitesville Thurs day after a weeks visit to her father Dave Miller Lonnie Midkiff visited his grand mother at Scynthia Sunday Most of our farmers are through cutting tobacco Mrs Emma Miller visted at Wai 1nut Grove Sunday- B H Givens made a business trip to Whitesville Tuesday Herbert Hayne went to Pellville Mdnday asAirs Clyde Moorman and two sons and Miss Flora Moorman visited Mrs Beatrice Givens Thursday Ordinance of the City of Hart Hartford The City fordIfollowsSec It shall be ulawful for any person or persons firm or corpora remainay on any or lets of said city any platform or obstructiongan not extending 2J feet square and anyone so offending shall bedeemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction therefor shall be fined not less than 1 nor more than 5for each offense anti each day shall be considered seperate offense partsnare hereby repealed Approved September 6 1905 MayorAttest DYNAMITE NOT DANGEROUS Recent Railroad Wreck at Hani burg Brings Out Much Talk About the Explosive L recent railway occident at tIiurrl burg huts brought out a amount of irresponsible talk about handlln dynamite said a contractorwho had purchased tons of that explosive for blasting Ierc sons have only a vague idea of what it ellllljttrtoutposed to be It unity be handled with absolute recklessness by aa experienced man and will not de tonate except under welldefined circumstances A detonation id ubout 1000 tinges quicker than an explosion Dynamite detonates It does nut explodes iDyntimite in its marketable form in order to tit into drill holes is shipped in sticks varying from halfan inch to two inches in diameter and from three inches to one foot in length In the early days of its maiiufactiire before itH properties were fully under stood there were some unite countable explosions that gave dynamite a bad name it tins never recovered from Time has made us wiser Their IK no danker at all in children finding odds and ends dynamite thrown away by careless workmen A child would find a great deal of difficulty in explod fug it Evervo v and then we I rend of a posed infernal wucltinecontaiinin g dynamite wWch is promptly im merged in water before it is opened If it wan really dynamite it would explode just utfervudily r under proper conditions if it were in 20 feet of water- Dynamite is nitroglycerin held in an absorbent wood pulp cool dust or other material that will hold the explosive tightly It is a powder of a resinous nature vary ing in color with the absorbent used The strength is calculated by the amount of nitroglycerin sorbed by the currIer varying all the way from 20 to 80 percent For commercial purposes stick dynamite is packed in 25pound or jOjMiund cases with n liberal al lowance of sawdust It can be freighted or stored without dan gee provided common intelligence and care be used It is only When ignorant jmrsous attempt to ex periment with it that it becomes u powerful destroying agency In some states its transportation rail is govern d by strict law It should lieso in every state In New j York and other cities fee trans portation through the streets is regulated by the tire commission t ereThe police have nothing to do with it ELECTRICITY IN WAR ART JapaneseRussian Conflict Is a Good Example of Its UseiXoco Aided In BattIeIJIl We hare seen how allimpor taut electrical methods of cow munication are to an army on thoI offensive from the recent Cu- rtiatttamcbura I ea3o n writ FALL OPENING ARE YOU COMING Youll Make a Mis take k 1UNSaturday September 23 1905 We Shall Hold OUr Fall Opening We want you to come und we hope you will While our doors always swing on welcome hinges wo j particularly want everybody to attend our Fall Opening Tho whole store will bo bright and fresh n in full attire New goods and enthusiasm everywhere We aliall try to be a very gracious host to all our callers t We dont ask anyone to call for the purpose of- buyingwu want to show our elegant Full Dress 4 Goods Clothing Mats Caps Millinery Gtxids Cur pets Groceries Furniture and Notions We want to show them thats till Our display will be rvortltrcoming to see Wi want the ladies to count Moth ers and sisters will be interested in our handsome display and low priec8IWo want everybody to come lust for the purposes of making us a friendlycall Tho line we will show cit 4 made of the worlds best Fabrics and newest de 41 signs There will he something to interest everyone that will attend Dont forgot time place and the date Septem ber 23 and dont neglect to come We believe you will ho repaid for your iittWe would be pleased o have your presence grace a our store on time occasion of our hall Opening 11- b Very Truly You- rsCARSON CO1v i Hartford KyI a r4 or in the Electrical RelewFe have also heard however indefinitely of the port played In the recent naval bottle by the Japanese wireless telegraph apparatus At the but tie of Mukden it was the and the telegraph which reull won the fight and now it is eel ably reported that the part played by the Japanese wireless tell graph system in the recent naval battle was just as important It is said that Admiral Togo had ninny small scouting vessels equipped with wifeless apparatus which ware watching the Russian fleet constantly and communicat lug with shore stations the latte- forwarding the information to admiral At no time after tb Russian fleet improaclied Japn was he ignornra of its position Uutit is another use of electricit in the art of war to which we wish to call attention the coast defense service It is being useu here for many purposes e To operate the power plants and the electrical apparatus In the United States coast defense acquires about 200 officers and GOOOTnc ManyI damsel Bho is amiss with a mission Tom What is her mission 1Seeking a man with a mono Daily News i Quite a Different hingII cant with IIIQyeB you can argue said the quietrllttle man in the cor misfortune is that you rltle1I sonStray Stories 1 eRalf Ratesw25 cents TO Indiana State Fair IndianapolisAnd Return Via Big Four Route t Tickets sold Sept 9 to 151905 Return Limit Sept 18 1905 2For full information and particu x11ron undersignedn A t 0SLouisville Ky 5000 TIlEGRAPHERSII Annnnlljr to nil the new imxliluiix uvutedlij Itallrondnnd iIrYOUNGIll to LEARN TELEGRRPHY asra ss ii AacoasiT TiTaW- ntiiruUh 75 permit of the oprratoraand Station Agent In Ainwlru Our lx KchuoU nni th lnrKmt txclaiilYe TvlFicniph School In the worM F1tabtlhed so rent anti endored by alt lending Hallway Official We fjunta it law Band to every itndtnt to fnrnUu him or her a lonltlon paying from 140 to f04 n month In Xtntm enit ot tbe llocky Uo n taro or from ITS to tatq a month In Stated wtotlhaaockluIuunedletelyupongraduation mndroU ran eater at any time No Yaellitdune roe Inll particular rr ol atLClndunanU hY Cincinnati Ohio Buffalo N Y Atlanta On LaCrosse Wlo a TexarkanaTex San FranolecoCald 4 TP AGFpr r 1i f Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBERS s Ordinance of the City of Hartford The City Council of the City Hartford Kentucky do ordain as fo lowsSec 1 That a concrete pavement of not less than 12 feet in width b constructed on the west side of Mai street beginning at its intersection with Center street at the S K Cox corner and extending north on west side of Main street and conti uous with same and in front of said Cox property fronting and abutting on said street a distance of 48 feet in length to the property of J E Bean thence in the same direction I on the same side of said street and contiguous with same in front of the said Bean property abutting on said street a distance of 19 J feet in length Eskridgld Hotel property on same side thence in same direction on the same side of said street and cotiguous with a same in front of the said Ford prop erty abutting on said street a distance of 75 feet in length to Union street Sec 2 That a concrete pavemen 1notlessthanlOfeetin width be co structed on the north side of Unio street be ginning at its intertection with Main street the Er T Williams corner on same and extending east on the north side of said street and con tiguous with same and in front of said Williams property fronting and abutting on said street a distance of 100 feet in length to the property of C J Khoades thence in same direction on same side of said steert I and contiguous with same in front of said Rhoades property abutting on said street a distance of 4S feet in length to the property of Dr L B Bean thence in the sane direction and on the same side of said street iiul contiguous with same in front of the said Bean property abutting n said street u distance of 51 fee in length to Market street or AlleyISec 3 That a brick pavement not less than IJ feet wide be constructed on the south side of Walnut street beginning at the east corne- of Mrs Ann Bennetts property an extending west on the south side said street contiguous with same andI in front of said Mrs Bennetts property fronting and abutting on said- street a distance of 100 feet in length to the property of FL Felix Sea 4 That a brick pavement not less than 4J feet wide be construct ed on the north side of Union stree- beginning at the southeast cornet of Mrs Ilettie Hardwicks property and extending west on the north sid if said street contiguous withsame and in front of the said Hardwick property fronting and abutting said street a distance of 100 feet i t length to the property of Tom Bean thence in same direetion on the sam side of said street and contiguous with same in front of the said Beanr property abutting on aid street a distance of 75 feet in length to the property of Bean Brothers Sec 5 That a brick pavement not less than U feet in width foe instructed on the north side o Center street beginning at the east corner of the lot of Miss Margaret s Gunther and extending west on the I North side of said street contiguous with same and in front of thes said Gunther property fronting and abutting on said street a dis- temce of 40 feet in length to the 3outiiwot corner of the residence thence in the same direction on the none side of said street andcontigu jus with same 4J feet wide in front of thl saidGllnUwr property abut ing on said street u distance of U5 fort in length to Alley Section G That the brick pave r tnts ordered and directed by the iv Council to be erected andcon rutted on the streets in the City oft Hartford Kentucky as set out in- et ion 1 2 3i and Iilie this tj re1e be constructed of good hard paring brick titled together in such Ii manner as to make a good mid substantial pavement or sideIi valk same to bo placed on a bed of sand properly leveled and of nut less 113 inches in depth and to be coral with a good ste curbing jnjivd dressed and fitted together I lie same to be of not less than 15 liM in width raid at least a inches n 1 placed on the side of said walkI and contiguous with the some next to the street on vWh cvn ff said c lan A walks are ordered to be constructed Each and all of said pavements or walks including the concrete to be constructed and the grade of same to be with reference to the datum line as established by the ordinance fixing andestablishing the grade of the streets and alleys in said city which tinImeting of said Board held on the 5th day of September 1900 tinne property or owners prop erty front and abut on the streets on alleys where side walks or pave bgB as t out in section 1 2 3 4 5 and 6 fail or refuse to make the sidewalks as ordered and directed herein on or before the 20th day of November 1905 after the enactment and publi cation of this ordinance jt shall be the duty of the marshal of said City to select and appoint three so ber discreet intelligent and disfn terested housekeepers who afte being first duly sworn by the Mayo- or some other officer authorized by law to administer an oath to faith fully discharge their duties shall give to each delinquent abutting and fronting land owner who has failed and refused to comply with this or dinance written notice that they will tinne ttfull value of each lot or o lots whose owners fail or refuse to comply with this ordinance in proportion of the frontage of said lot or lots on said streets to the entire length of the whole improvement or dained to be made not to exceed a square to cover the expense of theI construction of the work Said ap praisers or assessors shall report tref assesmeat or valuation in writing the City council and said Marshal or supervisor of streets shall advertise the letting of each job of unconstruct edor uncurbed sidewalk as may remain unimproved unconstru cted or uncurbed as above provides herein to be let on a day not more than fifteen days after the report of the appraisers herein to the lowest duee notice of the letting of such advertising same to be taken seper stets or as a whole as he deems best to the said lowest and hest bidder by publication in a newspaper published bedref quire of the contractor to enter into a written contractor with the City Council of said City hereinlmade for each pave ments shall be inserted for such pavements as he shall by his contract shalltto be approved by an order of the performehis said contract and construct shall have a lien upon the property fronting and abutting on the street istto ofeany one to an secure the said contract or contracts the said City Council upon such failure will proceed to make said pavements and curbing according to the specifications contained in this ordinance retaining a lien upon said pro confSection 8 Thu expense incurred in making and constructing the side walks or pavements and grading for shall be paid by the owners of land fronting and abutting thereon each lot or a portion of a lot being assessed for the full value thereof in proportion of the frontage thereof improvement not exceeding a square sufficient to cover the total expense of the work Approved September 15 1905 as ROWAN HOIUROOK Mayor is Attest Sr A ANPKRSON Clerk The Indians are Coming When the Nebraska Indian BasiBall Team comes to the field ofscuttling faces un 1savage war whoops some of the people in the is grand stand begin to grow nervous There is no occasion for thishowever The Indians are simply showing their irrepressible spirits and never have any trouble with anyone Those who see their game with Ohio county teamin the Fair Grounds at Hartford Ky on Saturday September the 16 1905 certainly have a treat in at store 6t4- CAIriTORIAdBeen Sigutm 7 er for kcI I RENDER Sept 12Rev L P Drake of Centertown was here last Wednes daS F Howey was here last Wednesday Misses Minnie Lee and Pearlie Tinsley were in Beaver Dam last- e Thursday- a I P Barnard of Louisville tt here last Thursday- H M Maddox was in Hartford last Thursday Nicholas Barrass Sr of Taylor Mines was here last Wednesday Geo M Burton Beaver Dam tvs here last Friday H T Vance Louisville was here last Friday Joe James and W J Sloan went to Morgaintown last Friday to play ball with the Morgantown team against Bowling Green the seere was 16 to 5 in favor of Bowlin GreenMiss Francis Filmore spent 1 Saturday and Sunday in Echols- r Joe Haskina and Robert bicDowe- r spent last Saturday and Sunday i Morgantown Dr H B Innis and L E Herrel were in Hartford last Saturday Ernest Andrew spent the day i Horton last Sunday H D Jones of Hillside was tin guest of his brother H W Jones last Sunday- f Byron Barnes Beaver Dam was here yesterday E 11 Woodward Hartford was here yesterday Mrs T C Tinsley returned to he home in Hopkinsville yesterday af ter visiting Mr and Mrs Geo T Tinsley and family for the past week- r Chas Cargal has accepted a 1xs tion as clerk with H S Sanders Livermore Charlie is a goo young man we wish him much suc cess The Mines ore not working toda the armature and dynamo have burnout G B Roll and Dave Fisher are on the sick list G W Baize was in Echols to dayV H Englehard and Harry Bridges of Louisville were here to day Miss Myrtle Allen of Itosine i the guest of Mr and Mrs Will MooreSimon Stevens postmaster has purchased two cottages from Jno Francis formerly of this place But now of Martins Ferry Ohio Boys remember October 4th is registration day so dont fail to register or you cannot vote Ordinance OT the City of Hartford The City Council of the City of Hartford Kentucky do ordain as fol lows Sec 1 It shall be unlawful for any person or persons turn or cor potation to erect or cause to lie erected or to permit to remam erected any business sign or a sign of any description which will overhung or does overhang in any manner any street alley or sidewalk in the city of Hartford and any oneso offending shall be deemed guilty oft misdemeanor and upon conviction there for shall be fined not less than 1 i nor more than 5 for each offense and each day shaH constitute a separate offense Sec 2 All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith or hereby repealed Approved September G lOOo ROWAN HoumooK Mayor Attest S A ANDERSON Clerk Catarrh HayFever Liquid Cream Balm is becoming quite as popular in many localities Elys Cream Balm solid It is prepared for use in atomizers and highly prized by those who have been accustomed to call upon physi cians for such a treatment Many physicians are using and prescrib ng it All the medical properties the celebrated Cream Balm are contained in the Liquid form which 75 cts including a spraying tube All druggists or by mail Ely Bro thers 56 Warren St New York HERBERT Sept 12Emmett Haynes condi tion remains unchanged He is very low with typhoid feverJHarvey Givens and family visited J C Bartons at Pellville Sunday leturnedIay after a weeks visit to her fathI Dave Miller Lonnie MtdkilF visited his grind nt 7 mother at Scynthla Sunday Most of our farmers Ire through cutting tobacco Mrs Emma Miller vistfd at Wul nut Grove Sunday B H Givens made a business trip to Whitesville Tuesday Herbert Hayne went to Pelh ille Mdnday LSMrs Clyde Moorman and two sons and Miss Flora Moorman visited Mrs Beatrice Givens Thursday Ordinance of the City of Hart ford LSThe City Council of the City of Hartford Kentucky do ordain as followsSec It shall be ulawful for any person or persons firm or corporation to erect or to permit to remain erected on any of the streets or al toys of said city any platform or obstructiogn an anasany one so offending shall bedeeme IIguilty of a misdemeanor and upon finltlnnot nor more 5 for each offense and each day shall be considered seperale offense lotsnare repealede G 11K5 MayorAttest DYNAMITE NOT DANGEROUS Recent BaUroad Wreck at Harrisburg Brings Out Much Talk- r About the Explosive The recent railway accident at Harrisburg has brought out u vast amount of irresponsible tall about handling dynamite said a purchaseddpurposes o ver sons who talk about dynamite have only u vogue idea of what it Irtout posed to be It only be handled with absolute recklessness by an MjKrienttd man curd will not de tonnte except under well dtlhllcl circumstances A detonation is about 1000 tiinen quicker thus an explosion Dynamite detonates It does not explodes JDynumite in its marketable drll1lhohlIdiameter and from three inches to I one foot in length In tine early days of its manufaeture before its properties were fully under stood there were some unac countable explosions that gave dynamite a hud name it has never recovered from Time urns minnie us wiser Thrum is no danger at all in ehildreu Ihulingodds und ends of dynamite thrown away by care less workmen A child would find u great deal of difficulty in explod frig Its Eviirvii w ami thou wo rend of lIollllh d receh a posed infernal uutdfineconhiin6lg dynamite wWrh is promptly lm mused in water before it Is opened If it was really dynamite It would explode just atfertiidily under proper conditions if it were in 20 feet of water Dynamite is nitroglycerin held in an absorbent wood pulp soul dust or other material that will hold the explosive tightly It is a powder of a resinous natareyaey ling in color with the absorbent used The strength is calculated by the amount of nitroplycerln ab sorbed by the carrier varying all the way from 20 to80 percent For commercial purposes stick dynamite is packed in 2b pound or 50pound cases with a liberal al lowance of sawdust It can be freighted or stored without dun ger provided common intelligence and care be used It is only When ignm nut jMrsoiis attempt to ex Mriment with it that it becomes allow erful destroying agency In some states its transportation by rail is governed by strict law It I should hero in every In New York and other cities lea transportation through the streets is regulated by the tire commission i er The police have nothing to do with it J ELECTRICITY IN WAR ARTe JapaneseRussian Conflict Is a Good Example ot Its USeJrocoIAided In We hutEseen how nllhnllorj tact electrical methods of com munication ore to an army on thor offensive from the recent sam Lalili facburit says n writ yt FALL OPENING ARE YOU COMING Youll Make a Mis take if You DonttON Saturday September 23 1905 We Shall Hold nOr Fall Opening Vhilejparticularly want everybody to attend our Fall Opening The whole store will he bright tool fresh in fall attire Now goods anti enthusiasm everywhere We shall try to IMJ a very gracious host to all our callers We dont ask anyone to call for tine purpose of- buyingwe want to show our elegant hull Dress 4 Goods Clothing Hats ClipS Millinery Hoods wpots iroceries Furniture and Notions We want to show theta thats nil Our display will he tvorihrcoming to see Wo want tint ladies to come Moth ers and sisters will he interested in our handsome ilisplilytlnd low prices Wo want everybody to come just for tine purpose of milking us a friendly call The line we will show t is made of the worlds best Fabrics and newest designs 4 There will he something to interest every one that will attend Dont forget the place and the date Septem her 23 and dont neglect to some We believe you will be repaid fur your visit We would be pleased x 0 have your presence grace our store on the occasion of our Full Opening1f Very Truly Yo- ursCARSONCOH I Hartford Ky WMYUer in the Electrical Review We have also heard however rather indelluilely of the important punt played in the recent naval battle by the Japanese wireless telegraph upyrutus At the bat tie of Mukdeu it was the telephone and the telegraph which really won the fight and now It Is roll ably reported that the part played by the Japanese wireless telegraph system In the recent naval battle was just as important It is sold that Admiral Togo hull many small scouting vessels equipped with wireless apparatus which were watching the Russian fleet constantly and communicat ing with shore stations the latter forwarding the information to tho admiral At no time utter the Russian fleet IWlprouched Japan was he Ignoraftfof its position But It is another use of electricity iu the art of war to which we wish I to cull attention tho coast dt fence service It Is being used here for many purposes To operate the power plants and tho electrical apparatus lathe United States coast defense requires about 200 officers and BOOOTncn One of Many JackBehold the fair damsel coming down the street Sho is amiss with a mission Tom What is her mission Seeking a man with a man sionChlcngo Daily Newn j Quite a Different Thing anyonehere i fiercely 11 cim argueIU1S you quiet little man in the corner tle misfortune is that you cant rea- msonStray Stories ttalf Rates r Plus 25 cents TO Indiana State Fair IndianapolisAnd Big Four Route Tickets sold Sept 9 to 151905 Return Limit Sept 18 1905 For full information and particu C lars as to rates tickets limits ctt callon Agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned- W J LYNCHGPTA rCincinnatiS G GATES G A- LouisvilleKy 5000 TELEGRAPHERSNEEDED 1rAnunnlly to nil the new ponlllnim iivutedlit tallr1 and T l KrHib Coniimuiw We snot mar YOUNG MEN end LADIESIts to LEARN TELEGRAPHY ANC si si AccoEiTsraTaW- ifurulnh 70 permit ot the oprriitora a nil Station Agcnto In 1111111 Our xlx SchuoUnru thlllrK1 imliirfr Telegraph School In tin 41world KutublUbvd YlBr nml rndun t d bj alt a UtmlliiK ItnllKHy Officials Werircnton f W Iloml to very student to fnrnlnh him or her n poiltton pitying iron 40sto eel a month InHtntMtrnit othelockyMo n nine or from T5 to foo a month In KUtm west oftho lIockleHliiiinwllHtitly npon 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