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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 iT tftJattfJtb tpnb1ittu iIr I Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a YjSar I VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1905 IjiillWITHER BLOW FOR HUBGISES of I lose Fe1tk jjopis of the ClanrJ 1 Y ljtar i I tICb Hir- i It titlel to Asirtu- t4Mhn a Winchester Ky Sept 19M9S F ltner theitebaesla of the Harghree tWSrwthflt couhty MeWtfon caeea v it before the gran jUry S here to W Md 8airench made 1 9flgrtling- statementtet Aad hired en to igAifofcte him Ruck Cot HTWe tif- ledbeforetgratdjurytMtFrench 9 had hired Mm of this city to engage JWtwsr in a r game of cards last sight and assassinate hint Cottengane was to C shoot him andDimiels warts war that the shootkifr was dune in relf 4f Bse Daniels will appear before the grand jury tomorrow he says to corroborate the statement of Cottongane Feltner made another sensational charge against Trench He said that on September 4 it French offered him f5000 to leave the State and never return paying him 200 in money to proye MS good faithSheriff McChord went before the grand jury and corroborated Feltner to the extent of saying that Feltner had told him of Frenchs overtures and upon his advice had accepted- i the 200 and had turned it over to him Sheriff McChord laid the V money before the grand jury asI n evidenceFrench was tried on the charge of r contempt of court in the Clark CltI cuit Court only recently and was fined 5000 for enticing witnesses away from the 10000 damage suit brought by Mrs J B Marcum against the two Hargises French A and Sheriff Ed Callahan of BreathittI e county for the asul husband two years ago In the Jackson courthouse Mose Feltner had been a conspicu ous figure in the famous Breathitt county assassination cases He wast indicted w Breathitt county forc murder and sentenced to the pen itentiary J B Marcum without t financial recompense felt sorry for him and stepped in his behalf took an appeal and had the verdict of guilty reversed Meanwhile theI series of assassinations which been laid at the Hargises door began to develop Feltner hW furnished damaging evidence against tho Hargis faction in all the court proceedings and is i considered the most dangerous man the Hargises haye to deal with Neither by Intimidation nor bribery have they been able to swerve him from the oath he took over Marcums V grave that II As long as I live I will protect his Widow and children The Show Is Cortiing tTheSunJJrdthers Mammoth New shows Museum of Won ders Tra n Animal Exposition which is bjfittjio exhibit at Beaver Dam on IrI y September 29 is being received this season by thou sands of dejghtcd spectators and unqualifiedly endorsed by every newspaper and patronized alike by t the wealthy fasnion and 4maces Dont miss the opportunity atten irig the largest and best one ring shows extant Grand free street parade at 12 oclock noonday of show Two performances daily rain or shine 2 and 8 p m 1 Doors open one hour earlier Indians WThe contemplated game of base ball between the Nebraska Indians and theOhio county boya took place ithe hJrJ8roMctl YG I I crpvd people witness jog the game The Olilo county f 11ob oys were assisted by a LO t pitcher and catch UJillle cellent game buiftha rt11 too much for tom scc jWt- nine t innings stapoln o 01 ti1 the Indians That the Indians would win the game was forecast by most everyone who had watched their record forthe year which show that they have won every game of the season The same teams crossed sticks at Beaver Dam Sunday afternoon good crowd being present The score of that game stood 3 to 7 in favor of the RedstManagers Ragland and Casebier areI to be congratulated on their excell ent conduct of the Hartford game The Strawis Grain In the sunshine of success and the adversity of hard times the Sun Brothers New Railroad Shows have always kept faith with the people At all times honorably conducted truthfully advertised and truthfully presentedby which it has gained the highest pinnacle of fame in maintain lag the recognized leading position of thfc Worlds Greatest One Ring Show over all enterprises of like natureManagers Sun Brothers have al ways had three principal objects in view namely Honesty originality and excellence The most Important is the first without it no enterprise can hope to succeed The Sun Brothers Shows come to you this J season in an entire new dress and are now touring the country with the finest train of cars ever built for the purpose Will exhibit at Beaver Dam on Friday September 29 Two performances at 2 and 8pm Watch for the grand free street parade day of show at 12 oclock noon Enjoyable OutlnrtThe following citizens of our town up a party of invited guests who took a short excursion Rough river last Sunday with Cast Foreman on the Steamer We Three Captains J W Ford W H Moore A D White William Ashby Messrs L F Condit W S Tinsley Len Sandefur U SCarson P Taylor W H Griffin J W- Hale Judge J F Carson and Sheriff Cal P KeownIAnchor was weighed at Hartford wharf at 930 oclock and the firstI stop was at Bishops landing where Capt Moore and others went ashore prepare the noon repast The excursion was continued until Owl City was reached here another stop was made and all went ashore and spent some time rambling over the adjoining woods in quest of papaws after which the return trip was be arriving at Bishops landing- about3 oclock p m where a dinner of the most delicious barbecued mutton and other delicious edibles prepared by Capt Moore was serv ed by Capt Foreman The return trip was resumed about 4 oclock arriving at Hartford wharf about 530 oclock Everyone- of the excursionists report a most en joyable day Resolutions CERALVO CHAPTER O E S Whereas The supreme Architect of the universe has called from bur Chapter our derfrly beloved brother W E Morton to that Celgetial Lodge- on high And whereas our Chapter has lost a very devoted member our town an honest conscientious business mlmandourcommunityanup right citizen Therefore Be it resolved that we extend to his parents wife and bereaved friends our heartfelt sym pathy and bow ourselves humbly afc the feet of him who doeth all things wellResolved That a copy of these resolutions bl sent to each of the county paperS for publication and that a copy be sent to the bereaved parents and wife OMA MADDOX EMMA Ih Com WM ADDINiGTONS SelllemlwillJ1Jol1t 3Hrlie Dora Woodruff Stock Go willpresent The ftloomhjners at Ipera Housi jckets on sirs a Store f n 1J THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Source Over tile CountryBrief Items David Draper a diamond mine ex has made a report strongly the mining of the decomposed mineral field of Elliott county Ky He claims the outlook rivals the Kimberley fields Alexander T Wilson of Barhour ville has written a letter declaring he will hunt down the man a sup posed army officer who is said to have caused the suicide of his sister Bessie Wilson in New York City The Kentucky Antituberculosli Society has decided to treat patient in tents and a large farm will be purchased immediately for that purpose All patients who are physically able will be made to live in tenti all the year Mrs Eliza Riley Dead Mrs Eliza Riley died very unexpectedly at the residence of her son Mr C Riley last Thursday night Mrs Riley was an aged lady and had not been in very good health for some time but on the night of her death she was as well as she had been for some time She retired at her usual time and as was the custom of other members of the family they went to her room about 11 oclock to look after her wants and see if she was resting well She found tt be sleeping quietly and was not disturbed ftlext morn lag when some member of the family went to call her for breakfast she was cold in deathuirematiu were ihterretfal tai nbriar Cemetery Daviess comtySaturday HighClass Show lbt The Dora Woodruff Company who have just completed a series of entertainments at McHenry will the boards at the Opera House here tonight and tomorrow night The company is composed of sixteen characters and is one of the strong est repertoire shows on the road The company is well and favorably known in this county havingshowed four successive nights at McHenrj last season It is a highclass show in every particular and is well worth the price and time required to see it CATOXABMI theTie Kind You Han Unjt Bntf r fa PLEASANT GROVE Sept 19Farmers are very busy cutting corn and tobacco Miss Blanche Thompson and her aunt were the guests of her sister Mrs Myrtle Campfield last week Little Clara Bradley was the guest of friends at Ennis Sunday Mrs Ethel Wester and daughter have been visiting friends in the Grove this week Roy Bradley and Miss Ora Mefford made a flying trip to Springfield Tenn last week guess Roy Bradley will soon go back to Illinois He will be accompanied by his sister Eva Bradley Mrs Andy Mefford and daughter are visiting her father Mr Hocker of Prentis this week Harry Baker Misses Mila Cox Ora Mefford and father were among the crowd that went to Aidrie Hill Sunday They rfport a grand time MAGAN Sept 17MOst of the people are through cutting andhousing tobacco in this vicinity Rev W C Moorman preached his farewell sermons here Saturday and Saturday night We are sorry to give him up as he dd our churc much good during Ills paktorsliid- here and we feel assured whereever hegoes the people will certainly 1yjJIr d t firchucch f Mr11l i J Wr RatbfvtJ irM Yy- fIL v t have been sick for the past two weeks are betterI Mrs J H Miller is slightly impro ving H C Wright visited J H Miller Sunday who is very ill of catarrh of the stomach daughterlto relatives and friends here returned to their home in Morehouse M lr Sunday Mies Nellie Clements who has been visiting her mother returned to I her hbme in Owensboro Friday I Maggie Wright Jesse Westerfield Lees Miller and Wid Taul Verta Wright and Clarence Taul of this pl a attended church at Ralphs epelSunday I Vi Taul went to Hartford Satur day to see the Indian and Ohio County base ball game I Mrs Mollie Baughn and children of Missouri are visiting her parents rand Mrs Ji P Midkiff Mr and Mrs Jim Westerfield visit WesterjflMiss Maggie Wright visited at H C SundayMiss was the guest of iss Vera and Lena Miller Satur drnightjS1ics Wright of Haynesville visited her parents Mr and Mrs H C Wright Saturday and Sunday r dies Eddie Lee Cooper Is visiting her cousin Mrs Fronie Clements SMALLHOUS Sept 19J H Fulkerson and wife were the guests of relatives at the Point Sunday C E Overton and wife attended church at West Point Baptist church Sunday IRey Boggess Beaver Dam filled hjfi last regular appointment for this y at y rA protracted vRJtlng has been an nounced to begin at Equality the third Sunday in October W H Burch who has been quite ill for a few days is better Mrs Chester Lindley Matanzas was at the bedside of her father and mother Mr and Mrs Louis Geiger who are quite ill last Wed nesdayS Hunter who has been having chills is able to be out again Mrs Mary Ann Tichenor and Mrs Joe Bullock who have quite sick are able to be up Mr and Mrs Tichenor of near Hartford were the guest of Mrs Mag Faught Sunday WC Overhults spent Sunday at Central City- Several from here went to Hartford Saturday to see the Indians Mr and Mrs G W Barnard attended church at the Point Sunday Mrs Price Morton wife of W E Morton deceased has moved into our midst with her fatherinlaw Sam Morton and family Misses Oma Maddox and Ethel Hunter went to Hartford Tuesday George Maddox and children Rockport were guests of his broth er M P Maddox and family recently Hartford College Notes On account of the death of Mrs Riley the college reception which was to have beenheld last Friday night will be held n ext Friday night September 22 All patrons friends and old students are invited to be present Total enrollment in Primary De partment50In the Intermediate i43 In the subCollegiate 50 Collegiate department52 Total enrollment in all d partments195- There are others who will enter soonGarlis Allen of Select entered the collegiate department this week Several other students from a distance will enter soon Prof L N Gray received from John Hudson a sample ear of his corn which measured thirteen inches in length fifteen rows and sixty grains to the row Look Out For the special train that will carry eminent speakers who will tell Ohio County farmers something about the wouderful values of at falfa and corn as forage crops The stops in Ohio county are as followsMonday OctobersAr Beaver Dam 1110 amI i Lv Beaver Dam 1140 a m- Ar Rockport 1156 a m Lv Rockport 1226 p m Joseph E Wing of Ohio will be the principal lecturer on alfalfa the most valuable forage crop in the world Every farmer should avail himself of the opportunity of hear ing two of the most celebrated lecturers on agricultural subjects in 3 LIEUT f LDAViDSON oJ 1 RtJ IASOOGTHENS 1 TNT EI11IIL ST5TMr V 9 J yldB lAte Lent U B Array Washington D0car U B Pension Once witU t To ay mia there k BO remedy tor cttmrrh cfaparMe to Peruse ItaotomlyttrtkeMMtUitroototttie mmtasabNtteneaaadatresthen tke system ta atiaLy WMal TtefAMtoea Mi Mtfer to toy ee I cheerfully Mid nnheel UUngly recommend U to those afflicted M IT have beaJBi Davidsonwww n Iityou do not dertre prompt sad Mtl results from thel1MotPenma fi write M once to Dr Hartman giving a taU tUteseat of 7vcue and he vrlU I be pleased to Kin you kU Tmlnabfe sd tree gratis Addreu Dr Hartman Preildenl of1 The Hartman Sanitarium Oolnmbns p i Ohio t the United States The corn department will be in charge of Port PG Holden of- Ames Iowa who last year increased i the com crop of Iowa 10000000 bnshelsThis the first special ever run over the State in the direct interest of the farmers and no farmer should I miss the opportunity of hearing these celebrated men p i geia ppPpppirppppw INVITED ill 7i a Long 3Economy Saturday Sept 23 i052- iFALLOPENING xt AND OF THE NEW CREATIONS IN I 1JILLIINEI The very newest and latest things in Dress Goods and Trimmings CloaksRain Icoats Furs Skirts Ladies und Gents Furnishings r Returned from the Eastern markets anal in duo time we will t show you all the newest things in each and every departmcnt at the lowest possi I p blo prices Come here to get posted on correct materials whether you buy or not I-i Wo feel safe to say that when you visit our store and inspect our new stock that you will soon decide that p The Economy Store As hits always before I Has the very newest things That merchants ever bring iJOver the Pike Ie 4 Hartf rdt t Kentucky to i to 1 a aaaa a a rll I i M 7U2 41 1 m t ttWtfArrt1 Uqublican I Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year II VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1905 NjfJjJ1 II ANTHER BLOW fOR IIARGISESI Mos Fe1tfrljfjfesls of the 8r t l Jp fr Clan c am 4 t1 F leech Hir- a a lrMen toMaSll4 tate Him Winchester Ky Sept 19Mese Fe1tn rthetl of the HatfliM A in tkeBreathllt countylltriatfon creel ttbefore the grand jury here to4 jv Wd nude the Startling i tatement Uk JudgeoBi F Trench had hired iMOto Mte him last ituck Cotteligptte testi8- edboforattgrandjurythatFrench 1 i had hired Mm and ChfirJw Daniels of this city to engage Feltner In a game of cards last Ight and assassinate him Cottengane was to shoot him and Pjwiieh was to swear that the shootinr was dune InlelfI defense Daniels will appear before the grand jury tomorrow he says to corroborate the statement of Cottongone Feltner made another sensational charge against Trench V He said that on September 4 S French offered him 6000 to leave the State and never return paying him 200 in money to prove his good CaithISheriff McChord went before the grand jury and corroborated Feltner to the extent of saying that Feltner had told him of Frenchs overtures and upon his advice had accepted I the 200 and had turned it over to him Sheriff McChord laid the money before the grand jury as 41 evidenceFrench was tried on the charge of contempt of court in the Clark Cir cuit Court only recently and was fined 5000 for enticing witnesses away from the 10000 damage suit brought by Mrs J B Marcum against the two Hargises French w and Sheriff Ed Callahan of Breathitt e county for the assassination otherI husband two years ago In the courthouseMose had been a conspicu ous figure in the famous Breathitt county assassination cases He was indicted nn Breathitt county CorI murder and sentenced to the penI itentiary J B Marcum without H financial recompense felt sorry for him and stepped in his behalf took an appeal and had the verdict of guilty reversed Meanwhile the f series of assassinations which have been laid at the Hargises door began to develop Feltner has furnished damaging evidence against the Hargis faction in all the court proceedings and is considered the most dangerous manI the Hargises have to deal with Neither by Intimidation nor bribery have they been able to swerve him from the oath he took over Marcums 1 grave that As long as I live I will protect his widow and children The Show is Coming The Sun Brothers Mammoth New w Railroad shows Museum of Wonders Trnfne Animal Exposition which is bjfteKJio exhibit at Beaver Dam on Friday September 29 is being received this season by thou sands of dejghtcd spectators and unqualifiedly endorsed by every newspaper and patronized alike by j the brains wealthy fashion and masses Dont miss the opportunity 4ofattending the largest and best j one ring shows extnnt Grand free street parade at 12 oclock noon day of show Two performances lady rain or shine 2 and 8 p m t Doors open one hour earlier Indians WThe contemplated game of base ball between the Nebraska Indians and thcOhiocounty boys took place a aLithe hail ro dties tSgtujylYG I crowd of about f500 witness ctinEyJ1pitcher and catch r playodo jcellent game bufthere hsl er too much for t1mlfCI sc e ft nine innings j o r6vor5J 5 4 Y Lav aVWra of the Indians That the Indians would win the game was forecast by most everyone who had watched their record forjthe year which show that they have won every game of the seaSon The same teams crossed sticks at Beaver Dam Sunday afternoon good crowd being present The score of that game stood 3 to 7 in favor of the Reds Managers Ragland and Casebier are to be congratulated on their excellent conduct of the Hartford game The ShewlsCwtlif In the sunshine of success and the adversity of hard times the Sun Brothers New Railroad Shows have always kept faith with the people At all times honorably conducted truthfully advertised and truthfully presentedby which it has gained the highest pinnacle of fame in maintain lug the recognized leading position of the Worlds Greatest One Ring Show over all enterprises of like natureManagers Sun Brothers have always had three principal objects in view namely Honesty originality and excellence The most Important is the first without it no enterprise can hope to succeed The Sun Brothers Shows come to you this season in an entire new dress and are now touring the country with the finesttrain of cars ever built for the purpose Will exhibit at Beaver Dam on Friday September 29 Two performances at 2 and 8 p m Watch for the grand free street parade day of show at 12 oclock noon Enjoyable Outing The following citizens of our town made up a party of invited guests who took a short excursion down Rough river last Sunday with Capt Foreman on the Steamer We Three Captains J W Ford W H Moore A D White William Ashby Messrs L F Condit W S Tinsley Len Sandefur U SCarson H P Taylor W H Griffin J W Hale Judge J F Carson and Sheriff Cal P Keown Anchor was weighed at Hartford wharf at 930 oclock and the first stop was at Bishops landing where Capt Moore and others went ashore to prepare the noon repast The excursion was continued until Owl City was reached here another stop was made and all went ashore and spent some time rambling over the adjoining woods in quest of papaws after which the return trip was began arriving at Bishops landing about 3 oclock p m where a din ner of the most delicious barbecued mutton and other delicious edibles prepared by Capt Moore was servo ed by Capt Foreman The return trip was resumed about 4 oclock arriving at Hartford wharf about 530 oclock Everyone- of the excursionists report a most enjoyable day Resolutions CEHALVO CHAPTER 0 E S Whereas The supreme Architect ofthe universe has called from bur Chapter our dearly beloved brother W E Morton to that Celsetial Lodge- on high And whereas our Chapter has lost a very devoted member our town an honest conscientious busi ness man and our community an up right citizen Therefore Be it resolved that we extend to his parents wife and bereaved friends our heartfelt sym pathy and bow ourselves humbly of the feet of him who doeth all things wellResolved That a copy of these res olutions be1 sent to each of the coun ty papers for publication and that- a copy be sent to the bereaved parents and wife OMA MADDOX EMMA B FULKERSON Com WM ADDINGTON i SJllU1mluJJ WD5 ie Dora Woodruff StockCu willpresent The too atitersopera Housdt ill trs t4i I t THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Source Over the Country8rtefItems David Draper a diamond mine ex pert has made a report strong urging the mining of the decomposed mineral field of Elliott county Ky He claims the outlook rival the KImberley fields Alexander T Wilson of Barbour ville has written a letter declaring he will hunt down the man a sup posed army officer who is said to have caused the suicide of his sister Bessie Wilson in New York City The Kentucky Antituberculosii Society has decided to treat patient in tents and a large farm will be purchased immediately for that pur pose All patients who are physj cally able will be made to live in tents all the year Mrs Eliza Riley Dead Mrs Eliza Riley died very unexpec tedly at the residence of her son Mc J C Riley last Thursday night Mrs Riley was an aged lady and had not been in very good health foi some time but on the night of her death she was as well as she hat been for some time She retired at her usual time and as was the cus torn of other members of the family they went to her room about 11 oclock to look after her wants and to see if she was resting well She was found to be sleeping quietly and was not disturbed next morn ing when some member of the fami ly went to call her for breakfast she was cold in elothMH jc jremiuni were rnterrea at Greenbriar Ceme tery Daviess coUnty Saturday HighClass Show Tonight The Dora Woodruff Company who have just completed series of entertainments at McHenry will hold the boards at the Opera House here tonight and tomorrow night The company is composed of sixteen characters and is one of the strong est repertoire shows on the road The company is well and favorably known In this county having showed four successive nights at McHenry last season It is a highclass show in every particular and is well worth the price and time required to see it CATO xi XABurs tauiMUN You Han AKnp Beegfr jralucEirPLEASANT GROVE Sept 19Farmers are very busy cutting corn and tobacco Miss Blanche Thompson and her aunt were the guests of her sister Mrs Myrtle Campfield last week t Little Clara Bradley was the guest of friends at Ennis Sunday Mrs Ethel Wester and daughter have been visiting friends in the Grove this week Roy Bradley and Miss OraMefford made a flying trip to Springfield Tenn last week guess Roy Bradley will soon go back to Illinois He will be accompanied by his sister Eva Bradley Mrs Andy Mefford and daughter are visiting her father Mr Hocker of Prentis this week Harry Baker Misses Mila Cox Ora Mefford and father were among the crowd that went to Aidrie Hill Sunday They rppof t a grand time MAGAN Sept 17Most of the people Ire through cutting and housing tobacco in this vicinity Rev W C Moorman preached his farewell sermons here Saturday and Saturday night We are sorry to give him up as he did our church SQ much good during Otis pastorship here and we feel assuredwhereevir- he goes the people will certainly 4atq n q dJJNtor Ori t 1V Ins very ort11lQauseW rist 1e1 tijlr Mr tll us f J W Raipir wSio Li f have been sick for the past two weeks are better Mrs J H Miller is slightly improving H C Wright visited J H Miller Sunday who is very ill of catarrh of the stomach JJCrs Dick Allen and daughter I Ora Allen after a few weeks vWt to relatives and friends here returned to their home in Morehouse Mdr Sunday Miss Nellie Clements who has been visiting her mother returned to herlhome in Owensboro Friday Maggie Wright Jesse Westerfield Lena Miller and Wid Taul Verta Wright and Clarence Taul of this- p1ae attended church at Ralphs OJMipel Sunday Wid Taul went to Hartford Satur day to see the Indian and Ohio County base ball game Mrs Mollie Baughn and children of Missouri are visiting her parents Mjrand Mrs J P Midkiff Mr and Mrs Jim Westerfield visit ed their brother Mr John Wester SundayMiss Wright visited at H C Wright Sunday Miss Effie Wimsatt was the guest of Miss Vera and Lena Miller Satur d night fins Verta Wright of Haynesville Visited her parents Mr and Mrs H e Wright Saturday and Sunday i YieaEddie Lee Cooper is visiting her cousin Mrs Fronie Clements SMALLHOUS Sept 19JH Fulkerson and wife were the guests of relatives at the Point Sunday- C E Overton and wife attended church at West Point Baptist church Sunday IRey Boggess Beaver Dam filled ht last regular appointment for this y at atEquality Sunday 1 protract pfitlng has beet an nounced to begin at Equality the third Sunday in October W H Burch who has been quite ill for a few days is better Mrs Chester Lindley Matanzas was at the bedside of her father and mother Mr and Mrs Louis Geiger who are quite ill last Wed nesdayS Hunter who has been having chills is able to be out again Mrs Mary Ann Tichenor and Mrs Joe Bullock who have quite sick are able to be up Mr and Mrs Tichenor of near Hartford were the of Mrs Mag Faught SundayIwe Overhults spent Sunday at Central City- Severallfrom here went to Hart ford Saturday to see the Indians Mr and Mrs G W Barnard at tended church at the Point Sunday Mrs Price Morton wife of W E Mortondeceased has moved into our midst with her fatherinlaw Sam Morton and family Misses Oma Maddox and Ethel i Hunter went to Hartford Tuesday George Maddox and children Rockport were guests of his broth er M P Maddox and family recent ly I Hartford College Notes On account of the death of Mrs Riley the college reception I which was to have beenjield last Fri day night will be held next Friday night September 22 All patrons friends and old students are invited to be present I Total enrollment in Primary De partment50 In the Intermediate 43 In the sUbColiegiate50- Collegiate department52 Total enrollment in all dsPlirtments195- There are others who will enter v soonGarlis Allen of Select entered the collegiate department this week Several other students from a distance will enter soon Prof L N Gray received from John Hudson a sample ear of his corn which measured thirteen inches in length fifteen rows and sixty grains to the row Look OutIFor the special train that will carry eminent speakers who will tell Ohio County farmers something about the wouderful values of al falfa and corn as forage crops The stops in Ohio county are as followsMonday OctoberAr Beaver Dam 1110 am i Lv Beaver Dam 1140 a m- Ar Rockport 1156 a m Lv Rockport 1226 p m j Joseph E Wing of Ohio will be the principal lecturer on alfalfa the most valuable forage crop in the world Every farmer should avail himself of the opportunity of hear ing two of the most celebrated lecturers on agricultural subjects in LIEUT f Sj DAVIDSON II IW STRENGTHENS 4 THE ENTIRE SYSTEM V 8 Davidson Late lAenU U B- Army j Washington D 0 care U B Pension Once wtttMi uTo my anal theN It no remedy tor CMttrrA eoapanble to Peruao It not oaly itrlttet at the root of the mtlfdy batlttnetMOd ttrtogtheta tlte m tm m truly wonderful way TIMtJUbe m history la ay eM I cheerfully lad unhosl UUngly recommend it to those afflicted as 1 have boenP 8j Davidson IIf you do not derive prompt sad Mtt ry results from the tueof Pernna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a fill iUtementof feWcue and he will be pleased to give you his Valuable sd Ties gnUs Addreu Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio the United States The corn department will be in charge of Port P G Holden of Ames Iowa who laSt year increased the corn crop of Iowa 10000000 bnshels This is the first special ever run I over the State in the direct interest of the farmers and no farmer should I miss the opportunity of hearing these celebrated men rxiix9 kpppppiipkpipirx E INVITED I VHEEE 4- I a Long 1 Gos a Economy i e i- Ii Saturday Sept 23 9O52M PALL OPENINGS i jt CAND DISPLAY OF TilE NEW CREATIONS IN isxciT T iiiisrEarBTxr II rThe very newest and latest things in Dress Goods and Trimmings CloakSjRain I M Furs Skirts Ladies and Gents Furnishings r willJI rshow you all the newest things in each and every dopartment at the lowest possi p ble prices Come bore to get posted on correct matorials whether ybu buy 01 not i Wo feel safe to say that when you visit our store and inspect our now stock that I you will soon decide that The Economy Sto- reI As hits alwaTs before Has the very uowest things d That merchants evelbringr t tl Over the Pike p Kentuckynjr rt t S3aa i FI T Jc T TTTTTTT TT- i c t f Ci 4 JS 4 r fIi tml 10 111 I We will for the next thirty days only snake the following Wagonsi CP 5000 3 Old Hickory Wagons q5200 tTlese iriiHs are complete vilh gear bl81tllld seat These wagons lire no new hings but something that you 1 a long time and something that will give you satisfaction We mean to make the next thirty dips big out T regards the wagon business and are making these prices to get your bnslnes Kemember this is only for this length of ti g vvill fast slake some interesting prices on Studebaker andaMitclull wagons y Remember we are headquarters for Fencing Wire the best grade of Field Seed and Fertilizers We have some pr that will interest you Yours for more business 4 J COMPANYw tnI cOfxl OlxATEJ iqJ1ci Ot i Jf iu + Jl + ROLL FOUND GUILTY gf the Murder of Joe Cowen at Greenville Sentenced to Two Years in The Peuitentiary Was Hard Fought Case ijreenville KySept1ltlorton Roll charged with the muiJer of Joe Coven at Drakesdoro last April found guilty this afternoon and the jury returned n verdict fixing his punishment at two years ii the Pententiary The case was given to tie jury about 8 oclock in the after ntitn and a verdict was returned at i o dock The attorneys for the defendant announced that they would make a motion for a new trial This will probably be refused and an appeal to the court of appeals will betaken Hmrever a petition was in circula tion immediately after the trial asking the governor to pardon Roll on account of his youth The case attracted great attention throughout Muhlenbery county The crime upon which Roll was convicted was committed last April at Drakesboro a wining town on the t and N division of the L1 and N road Roll was the check weihman 15 e hud some trouble with Craven ti was on the committee of mbiI ration for the mines Cowen ecimnl Roll of cheating the miners It alleged that the trouble between b two men was appearantiy settled UowKVur they met in the woods rear the mine and a fight ensued in- v Inch Cowen was shut mill mortally funded by Roll Roll claimed that tcwen was advancing or lain with a Aiiia The cast was a hardfought one i and strenuous efforts were made to KIVC the defendant a life sentence in the peniteyitiaryI vVo wx fishing in fhe Harrington I River There was a young fellow in the party just up from Sydney and he had plenty of cigars for all Have you ever noticed when fishing just before dark an iguana will often grab your cork directly it touches the water Well I had more than half smoked my cigar and threw it in the water Directly it hit the surface an iguana grabbed it and holding it well out the water kept the cigar alight as it swam to the shore It was a good swim and the animal pulling away kept the cigar well alight When it reached the bank it was helpless We lifted it out and put it on the ground There it lay pulling at the cigar unable to get it out We laughed and watched the fun Most people laugh who hear the yarn and appear to doubt it but as Archie remarks facts are often sranger than fancies R 600 GIVEN AWAYI Christmas Presents for Subscrib ers to the Weekly CourlerI Journal The Weekly CourierJournal Henry Wattersons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It propose to give away twenty Christmas pres ents ranging from 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents of 100 50 0 and 20 and sixteen pres ent of 30 and 20 to be given in the states of Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple Write for the CourierJournal Company Louisville Ky for a copy of the Weekly rierJournal giving full details ItII will be sent free GASTORIAFor I The Kind You Kayo Always Bought i Bears the- Slgnaturo of I WIZARD MALADY Turns a NineteenYearOId Girl Into a Little Baby plwrrluwn X1 i l HlllA remaakable case of mental re lapse is that of Miss Mary Scally the nineteenyearold daughter of Pat rick Scally of MacCullon avenue this city A few days ago she was like any other young woman of her goodIhealth Today she is like a baby of 18 months hardly able to walk and appreciating absolutely nothing of what goes on around her This is not her first experience of the kind Twice before she has had these periods of relapse infancy and her case is a puzzle to physicians and especially to Dr A Henriques the physicians in attendance on herThat Miss Scally is not of weak inte lect isshown by the fact that she was graduted from the parochial school of StMarys church here and was one of the brightest members of her class beforeIbeingas she soon recovered from that it was thought to be strange illness due tooverstudyAfter left school she learned dressmaking and worked at that for a time until she had another at tack That attack occurred about 18 months ago and lasted for several months She did not come out of it until the great fire last winter when the Kahn place burned The ex citement of that night restored her to her normal condition After that she remained at home where she kept house for her dayssagoHer case is notone of but she is incapable of thought speech or responsible action She acts just like a little baby and to all intents and purpose is an infant If she is standing up and is told to stand with her face to the wall until she is call cd she will stand as ordered She I can be placed in any position ands e will not move from it She stares I + 1 vacantly at those around her takes absolutely no interest in events She is in the care of her aunt whip hu to fed her and give her water to drinkAn expert in nervous disease will he asked to consult in the case O 4 4 I c tXININIIIINIHIX111111X11NIN125C lAyer Pill your moustache or beard- abeautlhtlbrownorrlcbblack Use olumbiaw 8to 12 to 65 The all kinds of muslo band violin vooal and solos los etc It Is an source of co L U B I A tear oud ualcal Want W i i I I I IX 111 111 1 111 1111 N11111X1n IX I XI xI IXIxI X1X1111111 11 The great rule of Keep the And the great m Ayers Pills BUCKINGHAM tG IGrand PrIzo St Louis 19O4 0w raPh Ph nesl BEST TALKING MACHINES MADE Cylinder Machines 7J0 100 Disc Machines Oraphophono roproduooa perfectly orohostra Instrumental quartet ontiloms amusement M rlrlnal nrlvulcd rllllant nwplrlntr ttractlve III1x111111111MWIIIxIIII1111WIN1 s R B co R D S1NWNINWII11INININ111 11111111YLMIINN11IMIIIYIINNYWIMININNNIMINIMI1 COLUMBIA Gold Moulded Cylinder RecordsIxIIIINIx1Y11I1x111N bowels4N 1- tch ntertcilnlnfgctptlvutlnjg wJ utweurlnjg UMormnt ell htfut uperlor T2b1111111Y1IIN111III1IISIIN11NI1N INN11ry I I lap I V 1 COLUMBIA DISC RECORDS 7Inch SO cents each 8 per dozen lOlnch 1 ouch 10 per dozen Grand Opera Records made In lOlnch discs only 2 each 9 ntJ for fatut oataloouf mmohlnmu and fmoordt Wm hmvu all ho nmwout popular hats In both mtyla of rocordf u cylinder and dime r Columbia Phonograph Company II7H9 West Fourth Street CINCINNATI 0 ItOllUHl Prlzet8tloulll 1l04 r I HUMAN HOUNDS lexican Indians Who Jre Train SetterFine Milrn lUrii- ltVO1 1 Shooting over dogs wHothing un JJ ommon to the ordinary Americans r the Englishmunbut that MTIarticular form of spot is not common in Mexico Recently an En gllshman spent a few days in the IMO country and if we left for u hace dado to show him a new side of the li sport of shooting He was intro Itttl Ar ed to the human hounds On those haciendas where the owner s ocasionally got hunting the spor is not taken as seriously as it is by e those Anglo Saxons Your average FeMexican believes in getting enjoy in ment out of his mornfng of shooting i cw and he is reasonable enough to heknow that a fair proportion of this stater sPort is lost if he tries himself out Jhad hlredS the average man of the Unit lart 11lrhttes or of England ed Iwforo th8 ducks we were going after had hired hVorninf said the man in tell of this city i tory of the human hounds game of Basted a little earlier than usu assassinate r no hurry was Indulged in af C shoot him attmeal After all one doesnt that the sho the enjoyment of the day by defense PB a hurriedly gotten breakfas the grand I unholy hour When we were to eorrobV to start hunting a roadster Cottongane1 reputation for some speedI Feltner thriven UP and In the smart rig charge aga5 ma8 drew we were driven I He said the road It was only a mileI 1 French offelere was no use walking when the State aiUld ride Arriving at the riv him 200 inlere the ducks were expected faith the hacendado raised his handBI Sheriff pout of the grass there came grand jury somewhere a poen who took to the exttfe of the horse had told hVe began to hunt For a time and upon ywas nothing about the pro I the 200 anthat was different from him SherPne undergoes in the name oft money befog in the United States We evidenced through the overwhanging French wl3 looking for the ducks Oc conUmpt ojaly they were found and then cult Court dk our shoots then picked up fined 50000 duckswhen we got any away from tf this for about half an hour 1 brought brad passed a considirable dis against the out of sight of the rig in which and Sheriff d been driven to the riverI county for aceOlladO remarked that he husband twt we had better stop now and son courthohe horses Mose Feljj stepped out of the brush and ous figurcfcd down the bank to the road county ast extended along the river He indicted itleand in less than half a minute murder rotted two Indians leading two 5teniaiulsome saddle horses We will final get ON the horses and let these fel him lows find the ducks for us No you an I had better let him carry that for gui you its too heavy He was talking sen about my gun He was probably bet afraid I would shoot him if I attem gal pted to ride the horse and handle the 1 gun at the same time I was willing evienough to let the Indian take the in u tttipfor it was getting heavy and considenouldnt imagine that I would have the Hnry use for it if we were not going Neither Ihunt have theThose Indians at a word from from the ohacendado took our places in the grave thatih and began gazing up the riv protect his Partaking tne twigs and bonghs theyThepathRailroaddegfor anything but ducks Sud which ieny one of the creeping Indians Dam 01 topped drew bachward out of the being rushes and silently signaled us that sands jhe ducks were just ahead The two unqua tealthy crept down the embank nhwspnent and seized our bridle reins hacendado ordered me down 1mass and the Indian handed me my gun of alt wg tbok the places of the men in the one hushes and as the ducks rose took free s our shots The hacendado got his waterwoundeddaily Doors opposite bank he signed one of the Indians and into the water the men The Went No retriever knew what was ball beexpected better than he He half and thewum and half waded to the side theethecrthew aed bird rtboys werelihe next day we went rabbit pitcher and We were accompanied cellent gannother Indian It sounds a lit too much frazy but that old fellowhe nine inningan old Actually seemed to trail He Would discover the sign me of the knimals and then with head forward and eyes watching the ground he would start a zl gzagat course that invariably wound some clump of grass or brush from which the animal was started Oc casianally he would stop stock still beside a little bunch for all the world like a setter dog and quietly declare that there was a rabbit in it Look as closely as we would we could see no sign of rabbit but as the Indian tapped the brush out would run the rabbit Startling Mortality mortalitn0 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 Contstipation and Biliousness 25c a Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist + p TRAINED RATTLERS Follow Owner Like Puppies an BO oil on Dally Strolls lTrtmplr WIIItIlfbJ Hunting rattlesnakes for their skins has furnished a new and haz ardous occupation for many me who reside among the hills and rockey bluffs of the Upper Missouri Valley where the ratler attains per faction as to size and color The snake must be taken alive and decap itated before he has an opportunity to strike himself for once the deadly poison is injected the skin loses luster and value The price paid for perfect tanned is about 1 each and in addition the oil obtained from the sake conI mands a high price for its supposed value as acure for rheumatism andI kindred diseases Each rattle cap tured alive means about 160 to theI hunterrAmong the most successful hunters is Alfred Johnston of this who possesses many large and beauj tiful skins His latest capture was nearly seven feet long and carried 19 rattles Mr Johnston has suc settled in domesticating a large num er of young rattlers whichallow him to handle them as he will and follow at his call like welltrained puppiesThe occurred to Mr Johnston that by obtaining small snakes and getting them accustomed to his 5presencehis prpfits and reduce the hazards of his occupation Following outI this reasoning he has now a colony and nearly 30 ratters all of which seem to bid him a welcome whenever he appears but they have no welcome for strangerstOn bright sunshiny afternoons Mr Johnson and his snakes may be seen talking a stroll in the vicinity- of his home and it is needless to add that they are given entire possession of the immediate neighbor hood and are undisturbed In fact these outings are becoming the source of considerable complaint from citizens who fail to see any attraction in the colony and probabil ities are that he will soon be obliged to seek a more secluded spot for his snake farm Throat Coughs A tickling in the throat adeepbreath are features ofa throat cough Theyre very de ceptive and a cough mix ture wont cure them You want something that will heal the inflamed membranes enrich the bloodand tone up the system Scotts Emulsion is just such a remedySl It has wonderful healing powerRemoves to the cough and the whole system is given new strengthand vigor StnJ firfruaaplt in SCOTT V BOWNE CbmUt 409415 PurlStrttt New cork 1- JX adroo Jill Jriffltu sal IMONKEYS MUTINIED One Hundred of Them Broke Loos Aboard Sblp and Made Trouble New York rirnwJ With the servivors of 200 fighting Japanese monkeys on board her e tire complement of a dozen long- haired Chinese dogs dead a Chinese monkey keeper a suicide a story to tellof trouble with a Russian man ofwarnot to mention a typhoon into whichshe poked her nose the British steam ship Montrose from Yo kohamn arrived in the East river yesterday Yoketi ota cargo 1a torial stuff the monkeys and dogs and 40 Japanese parrots anyone of the latter according to a focstl- d e yarn being able to give a full history of the Russ oiapaness war Beyon- their d historical talk the parrots cau ed no trouble on the voyage The reverse however was true of the monkeys Prominent in the monkey consign merit was a wiryhaired intelligent Henwas m tryi his cage Hoy Sing the Chinese attendant was always on the alert I however and the voyage as far as Suez was without incident Then the trouble came The Montrose was proceedeing through the canal on the morning- of August 10 and Hoy Sing was dozing forward when suddenly there was an uproar on the upper deck amidship Tokyo had managed to get outof the cage and had liberatedI about 100 other monkeys e Chinese keeper and the ships crew realized what was the matter- Thenfora week there was panda monium on the Montrose The Chinese crew were the ob jectaof the first attack and for days life for them was made miserable Queues were pulled and legs were bitten every time a Chinaman showed himself and when the tormented ones tried to defend themselves the monkeys climbed into the rigging and grinningly waited for their enemies to separate It was full a week before the monkeys were subdued and when at last the decks and rigI ging were cleared of their presence 0 had been killed some of the Chinamen and others by jumping the sea The day before the monkeys were subdued Hoy Sing jumpedoverboard and was drowned The monkeys were also responsible for the loss of the dogs The long of the latter made a splendid thing to hold on to and so vigorous ftunatesbefore the monkeys capitulatedt The Russian manofwar incident occurred in the Gulf of Aden A Russian ship sighted the Montrose and fired a shot across her bow In The Montrose RtOpped exhibited herII papers and was then allowed to proceed The typhoon occurred in the Indian OceanIAlways SuccessfulJWhen indigestion become chronic it is dangerous Kodol Dyspepsia will cure indigestion and all trouble resulting therefrom thus present ing catarrh of the stomach Dr Newbrough of League W Va says To those suffering from in- digestIon or sour stomach I would say there is no better remedy than Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have pre fcribed it for a number of my pe tients with good success Kodol DyspeysSa cure digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Unkind Comment What is that womans club it aiming at I dont know I wonder hoWl can find out Just lie low and wait until you what it misses OJVfllXOXlX nOu1hsIltd Ian i tnt ZThe Magic Mirror of Regardless of the disability which the matterof stonethrowing at attaches to the man who lives in a glass house residence of this mater are now suggested as a possible solution of the housing problem ItG may or may not come What Is possible Our dull houses in mean lifeiof glass In some places on the con tinent notably in the Dutch towns they have a wonderfully effective contrivance They fit up a mirror perhaps a foot in length by six inch rignht and is fitted upon an iron arm By its aid those within the room are afforded more light and they get a sin matograph picture of passing in the street The cost is few shillings the result interesting and surprising To Consumptives- The undersigned having been restored to health by simple means af 1ter suffering for several years with severe lung affection and that dreaded disease Consumption anions to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure To those who desire it he will cherfully send free of charge a copy of the witsfind a sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and all throat and lung Maladies He hopes allsufferers will try his remedy as it is invaluable Those desiring th prescription which will cost the nothing and may prove a blessing will please address Rev Edward A- f Wilson Brooklyn New York 32yr r RAINED MOUNTAIN TROUT I Waterspout Raised School of Fish and Dropped Them on the Ground Denver 1oIJ About 19 years ago before the hills hereabotts became the summer resorts for the states elite and rue tic cottages were scarce on the mountainsides I rode over from Golden to Wellington Lake on a burro more to acquaint myself with the country and of course in cidentally to shoot any game I chanced to espy From a distance I caught sight of the lake glistening in the sunlight like a big patch of snow and the closer I got the more decided I become to pitch my tent on its green carpeted banks for a few days receation There were trout two and six pounders in the in those days and I caught lots them One afternoon dark clouds began hovering around the mountain tops and by degrees the wind gained in velocity and great whitecaps appeared on the lake to be transformed into clouds of mist which sprayed the mountain sides like an April shower Off in the distance I heard a peculiar wind sweeping over the mountains and trees on the opposite side of the began swaying heavily as if would break and broken bough the air liko the Wreckage in a cyclone Hardly had the trees ceased their violet shaking when I gaized I wonder at a waterspout forming the middle of the lake It was a splendid spectacle as it gradually grew in height spiral shape and i i diameter appeared to be 20 feet at base Like a monument it rose- n the surface of the water when there came another distant weired sound and in the fierceness of the trees agitation 1 lost sight of the waterspout but soon another loomed up nearer to shore and when it collapsed there was a rain of live trout gentlemen I say genuine Col erode mountain trout and they lay scattered on the ground for quite distance around me but hardly any weighed over three ounces How do I account for it Well I figured it out this waythe waterspout happened to form over a large school of fish near the shore where the water was quite shallow and the suction of the whirlwind was so raised the fish that were in waterI only a few inches deep Rather than see the fish perish on land I busied myself for an hour throwing them back into the lake but in many life was extinct having fallen on the rocks from a height of probably 50 feet S ChildrenIBest For Mothers be careful of the health your Children Look out for Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough Stop them in time One Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy Harmless and pleasant Con tainsno opiates Sold by Z Wayne BroIIi mm 3 4 Vjft IlingII Promotes DigestioaCheerful nessand RestCo talns neither norMinua1Nor n tUJkfNtIZIraR1Jtff ttI QP MT if HMnpnn rim i Apetfecl StolnachDiarrhocaYormsCorlvulsionsF ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile or rHNEW YORK DtdCT cartWRAPP J r CASTORIA The Kind You Jghtf II- LUse Thirty Year- sCASTORIA Nenatrr I I IHarris Pile Seller of the Age completrlj nt itrelleMtbepaopeofnIITlaadeath Allrnmot rilmeanbccartd bj otwrntloolmt would rather here I thLooltebnldJ H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky I II III A BUSINESS EDUCATIONto the map woman who win aucces This it is of first iropnraoce to get your training the that stand in the very front ran- kBRYANT STRATTON N E Cor Second and Walnut Sts Lou Ky specialSHORTHANDTYPEWRITING Irom graduates occupying poitions allver the Uuled Statesit will be to you School pen a I the year Siuileip can enter at any tim E WRIGHT President r en 14 YTCENkIIIYTTrnright nd ft their inkul r purpotc ut Iaol UMttcikil Nuderth BIFLES PISTOLS AND SHOTGUNS awbaaadoaltatrekueu ofU twwedl STEVENS FIREARMSare reds and ttkrdwtre drtlen Ak mblrI lrt OB Ecttinf tl Doat tput oIT with omctilflf ItntkiKood Th last that in CUAAwTID TON OUALITTMwhueJnArias you to te sure Id specify uUt flu Juonrcd Ionoj Seed two tc kUmpi foe Sierras Book loJ KlAa STEVENS ARMS Q TOOL co- P O Box 4092 Fall Nun U S A TIlE REPUBLICAN prepared to do your Job Printinc in 0 a lilat clUb manner U Infants and Children Have Agway Bears t Signature For Over SMTAlwt YA rag STY Positive Cure Clad tiitirKUnl joo Pile 1N h3nlutely necessary young or young would in life being conceded schools Business College svllle testimonials prominen mailed FREE J od osUthentbs Flint Chleopo For of fns once Low One Way Colonist Rater Vlo IBig Four Route I To- CALIFORNIA I WASHINGTON OREGON IDAHOMONTANA IUTAHand Ticket on Mute Melt t to may IK For full information and particu lars as to rates tickets etc calh oCt I agents Big Four Route OK address the undersigned WAIIIIKN J IVSCll II 1 4 T A- Clnvlnimtl 0I H IOATKS ienerol Agent Ioulnlll v Xodol Dyspepsia CMetn Digests what you e2t +H +tMF f3Fk + it6ti+iPfli PEMACURAllanrrrrnIleanrF umlv IIIeII ii HIT un the mnrkrt bbl the only one that- bwpnJTmtulwrushulntrnndpnnlr cure fur all furinn fil Kvnial Trouble la KBMACUilA A Inuli trlxl HllUimrlnr IbDut ikvptlonl of III almost ml rrnluii rnr tlTr ow ti Undroblf br th IKITCIIFILID IUAKMACAI COt lturi Fpralr br J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky ++++++ +++++++i++i++ ++4 t o- L l d THE OHIO COUNTY FAQ t Grander Bigger arel Better this year than ever before mI T L ijm tmii Enlarged Premiums Insure w Firstclass Exhibitions in speed and Show lUngs each day Louisville Brass Band in Ate tendance Hartford Republican Iieuitilby the nnrtinrd tnhllehingCompnnpI psrnxrnn Pen C K SMITH Edlto- rzz=rsso =e 34CumborlassdSLOS77a 2ZS7rri 32 i i FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22 REPUBLICAN TICKET I KOK KElHESBXTATIVi i CHARLES C BEARD FOR COUNTY InlHIW B TAYLOR FOR COlT COlUT CIKIIK W S TISLEY i FOR COUNTY ATTOKSBY 15 M WOODWARD Foil mIIHT i R B MARTIN j FOR JA1IEII OSCAR MIDKIFF HllTltlNTEXPlINT OF SCHOOLS JAMES M DEWEESE I FaR ASESOR i SAM W LEACH FOR SUHEOHINATHANIEL MOXLEY FOR CORONER JEROME ALLEN FOR MAGISTRATE 1 Hnrtfonl nutrtct Scbolu Hnrrn i i Cromwell District W P 11IIrI3 Snlphur Sprlnn IItrlct W S IHII 4 Kord Tlll Metrlctw H Ehttt I 6 Ilatord IHMrlct Un H Chamberlain 6 rntertown District Herbert Render 7 Horkport DUtrlct Jolin Mllrn FOR CONSTABLE 1 Ilartturd 1IIlrlrtJ II Dennis 2 Cromwell Dlntrlct R M Vonnn 9 Hnlphnr Sprlnr Dlitrlot Walter MlrtklO 4 FordtTllle plutrlct E Hcddrn- C Onttrtown DUtrlct W II 11111 7 RocVport District Janin Clerk Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us NO ANSWER YET In response to the Hartford Her alds assertion that the countys public records show all about the iron bridges built in the county during the past few years and after show ing that the Herald and the ticket for which it stands had refused to assign any reason why the iron bridge contracts have been let se cretly instead of at public outcry we asked the Herald in our last is sue the following very simple ques tion j Will the Herald please give us the contract price of the Nat rows iron bridge and abutments the date I on which the bridge and abutments were paid for and to whom paid citing book and page and in whose office the same may be found I We mentioned the Narrows bridge j conI6tructedthe public mind Heres the only I thing we and the public got that is in any way responsive to the ques tion r If the editor ol Tue IlKiTnLirxx AIr bis e mndldutr iiMhtnatwlll tiltin tbe Troribte to goto the ltlo County Clerk olHrir KiMitilt Order Rook Ni i pupa 14 be will fled that l4iTi wee the cost of the nliatnienti Y Wo are very thankful for this bit i l4- F r 1r ncof information but why did you not givo the date on which the abut meats were paid for and to whom paid The records certainly ought toshow that also The Herald says Judge J P Miller County Attorney W H Barnes and Esq John M Grahi miconsiituted the committetco have the bridge built ahd jlRE PUBLICAN knew it Yes hide we certainly knew it We know more j evfTorysince his electionp veni4years ago and County Attorney W U Barnes- has been a member of the commit tee to construct all the large bridges and abutments since his election The Herald frankly admits that the records do not show anything about the contract price of the bridge or when paid for or to whom paid The bridge was ordered built nearly two years agi and as the Herald the mouthpiece of Demo cratic ticket headed by two of the three members of the building committee is candid enough to admit that no record whatever has been made of the cost of the bridge or to whom or whenit was paid for if it has in first Keen paid for at all- there certainly is no records of it and there is yet no answer to our question TilE Hartford Herald ys ninnyItOIlIlrhertnltIIMIilerW H llaroen JohuM irnunin T A Ernn + ft WJIanln or W A Hoar who ran tltuu the coicimlttitH are dl honett men TilE REPUBLICAN has never ac cused by inuendo or otherwise any of the aforementioned gentlemen or anyone of being dishonest It is not our purpose to judge people and hand that judgment out to the pub lie What we have tried to doand we think it legitimate and a service to the public or we certainly would not have attempted itis to call attention to the official acts of the men who now head the Democratic ticket for county offices leaving it to the public to judge whether they have done the right thing or not Whenever the other gentlemen pre sent themselves for political preferment it will then be ample time to discuss their official records and their merits or demerits HeraldTilE Hartford and the ticket for which it stands still per sist in refusing to explain how it is that competition in buying iron bridges does not cheapen the price The practice of the bridge building committees two standing members of whom now head the Democratic ticket for county offices in buying these bridges by means of private trades has set forth this doctrine and a waiting public pauses for an explanation WE yewseen any expla nation of what has become of the 8143906 which has been collected from the Ohio county tax payers Si EruptionsThe of pimples and other erup bloodinipfove elate the kidneys liver and skin The medicine to take i- sHoodsSarsaparilla Which has cured thousands WILL BE during the past seven years in ex cess of what was collected in the seven years proceeding CtaRrinsistsCHAMP that th lISouth furnishes the brains of th Democratic party It will be allI right so long as he concedes to Nebraska the credit for furnishin the lung power and Kentucky th gallof the party j NEXT summer when the manu facturres get to selling automobilesst for 400 apiece as they are now willinofor airships IN the Indian Territory 350 fine i the punishment given an Indian fo stealing a horse That is graqIbers IT is reported that there is ai shortage of chorus girls but there is evidently no shortage of charming young persons who think they are chorus girls THERE is some dissatisfaction over the peace terms among the Japanese stay athomes but to the me who went out on the firing lines it s all rightIA NEW YORK man who has in prison thirty four years wants pardon He probably wants to ge out in time to run for the Senate u MEN are not good judges of milli nery or they would know that the most attractive feature of a 325 ha is the price tag I MR BRYAN is going to take a look over the earth and if it suits him he may open negotiations for a trade for it Notice to Trustees I have mailed the election n ces to every district in the county If for any reason the trustees fail to noticeII respectfully urge that election be held in every district on the first Saturday in October as required bylaw JAS M DEWEESE S C S NOTICE TO TAX PHYER8 Since the first day of July it has been within my power under the law to levy on advertise and sell your property for the satisfaction of un paid taxes but to give everyone a fair opportunity to pay his taxes without exercising that privllige I have given public notice by hand bill and publication in both county pa j pers to tax payers all over the coun ty to meet me at certain designated points on given days Many have availed themselves of that opportunity to settle but many have failed and to give them a further chance toI settle I am mailing notices to every one who yet owes taxes asking themI to meet me in the community of their homes on certain days and if these are not heeded I will be com pelled to exercise the prerogative given me by law and levey adver tise and sell your property Heed this warning it means every tax payer who has not paid CAL P KEOWN Sheriff OASXc RABeen thelIeKing You HavrMwys BoItlI Blgnttnro ot u l u- u i Ordinance of the City of Hart ford imprOementjington to n point near Rough river taiItoj macadam plan Cityeof O1 as follows Sec 1 That Main street from from the center of Washington Northward to a point where said street has heretofore been graveled RoughIx y sof said street by city surveyor riB Wilson as shown by profile o with the clerk of the City Council by grading and draining same it entire width and macadamizing sum of the width of thirtysix feet to Union street and from Union stree the remainder 16 feet in width con structed of the best quality of hard flint lime rock and in accordance with detail plans and specifications no- On v file in the office of city clerk des ignated plans and specification tintI in accordance with profiles prepar ed by the city engineer in duplicate 1one copy of which shall be filed inI the office of city Clerk and one copy retained in the city engineers of rice fromtI to Hardinsburg road street he conI structed and improved on grades hereafter to be fixed by the city en oftsurvey which said engineer will hereafter make and file with the I clerk of the City Council by grading and draining same of the width of thirty feet and macedamizing same of the width of nine feetconstructed- of the best quality of hard lime rock and in accordance with detail plans and specifications now on file in th office of City Clerk and designated as plans and specifications and in accordance with profiles to be pre pared by the city engineer in cate one copy of which shall be filedt in the office of City Clerk and one I copy retained in the city engineers office Sec 3 That the cost of th street construction and work re quired to be done and provided for in thisVordinance and the plans and specifications shall be paid for outI of the general funds of the city Sec 4 All ordinances and parts of ordinance in conflict herewith are hardly repealed 1905IAttest S A ANDERSON ClerkI Notice 4 Pursuant to the foregoing ordi nance the undersigned committee chosen by the city council to enter into contract for the construction of said streets as provided for will on the 30 day of September 1905 at th courthouse in Hartford receive bids for the construction of said street j in whole and in part This September 21 1905 BARNETrts Coma ROtYANHOLBROOKNARROWS 20 hiss Annie Dunn re- turnedfrom Louisville Mqnday s Charlie Hair went to Owqnsboro Monday Albert Harrison Owensboro visit Be Sure to Attend It You Fail to See It the burden of the Blame is Yours Ladies Admitted First Day FRLL H Oct Il to 14 Inclusive E EPBARNESBRO 4t It 1Wheat Wheat 2at is paid out every ear lilt I tthis most important ivreal antiC can see no just W CII5 rtusun w hy our farmers CI1 Idnut raisu every buslltJof wheat our peoplu consuiiK And ochouosMy luliivc that with tin proper iflort upon t andJnbythejudifioiH useofthe proper kind of 1VrtilixiTs and till propir incivasc of our aonMnji we can IIIth111C18ei1rCl11 l1lon t our ptMipli lan use ill I3ft iIFarmers Farmers a i I Af I y MAR K IWe aro still advocating Mi lilmral usy of the of fJIIl the field and as distributors we especially urge you to use the IIOKSB SHOB BRANDS of Fr 1t descriptioniu tCI stance the superiority of this famous brand of Fur t1euse SHOB Z BRANDof PURI GROUND BONK liberally 1J g and an ordinary season will produce Jor you a profitable curl sati factory yield fJf = Beaver Dam Ky = 44444444 Ii4 ed his parents here Saturday and Sunday teo III spend a few days visiting reatives I Little Miss Mary Louis Renfrew + the bright and beautiful little dough ter of John Renfrow visited relatives Dundee Saturday and Sunday Mrs 0 P Fentressjs Visiting rel tives at Barretts Ferry this week iRilphandEdge hipped ft car iioa of cattle to LouisvilleMonday Kirby Rehfrohave bought a livery business 6f ArniehMt Mur Phv Mrs Fletcher Hartfesty willigp to r Select the latter part of this week to visit her parents Mr and Mrs W P Allen Misses Lizzie Foreman and Estey Daniel will go up tp Friedaland Saturday to vist their aunt Mrs Nattie Bosyell Rural carrier Will Park narrowly identTuesntryfron his day trfoand whilst rac stormJJk lehtatinntakiura5hurutltrn in theroad his b upset His bug pyfdlpWnsupand foulecPhim his time to save him frgln sfi lsJ uyQt I t 4 i AA A lf C iP3 o 7 4j t b b 4ir bto r u4 14 1 1 nnuaIi b t It I l1 i + a r di614xdi tt t 41a11 6 41 6 to 1i r Opening bit 6 to Saturday4i i E 6 41 oC1 3 rt41 You are invited to call at Fairs bit 11 and inspect their now Kallt6ckv H rf 4 Come early and bring your jfrieiidsis 0bit i in iltiplirhllltltA b1 Special prices every bV bit 4i bIV b You Will Find 0 i41 bit 4 set Fiirsrof tit I 441t s to 4lsscInsivo styles in Millinery I JSilk DIVSS ands Furs Ladies and U Childrens Cloaks Ladies and onI1iIllIWII l urniS I lIng itttilillgtqA lJr 1 43ijStl t PM 4 i H 1 thai other house is11ytt1 11 I iZ4 ir CClIli 11id see onr stock and SH Ur 4c liriet s 6- i b 1Y1st to bJB L JO= i Remember the Day1H C I l 1 il UJ41 61 fi e I H 3 = 4 L 1 ubC1 rJ o Jr low = 1YI l rbI 1 b41 ww C r ape ae The flora Wood tiff Company Who lust night closed asuc xfessful four night engagement at th MeHenry Opera House Houselherudrama entitled Tho Moon shiners li8 Woodruff carries a- strongepprtorte J Company of 16 members as well as a leaf ture band and orchestra M1s WooiiUtW ta r All llsI iN1f1JIIU1I3A1IIfY I rruW i r- o 4 L r r 3T ast n Bears uI KIM Yes Hare warsDOI elgau- arlii l4t rI I Yal ii vYli + nYy rv rlY1 MaT Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22 Illinois Central RallroadTlme Tablq linnlhHohndYollrslip4Viakt Ipui11olesdnalptni NOTUKTIIK RRPUnMttAN Will print trtf ml rtinrg Mrniory JVollrm Obllnnrlrn Rennlnftnnii of Rmprrt Elrlnlhe eaten nt IflO word nvrr Ihnl nmonnlwerhnrRelornl111 rnlrnflr trr word enh In ml v tier Arllrlr In rxrrn nl IbO word will beet ilnnrn In rrqnlrnl limit nntriI rnnnjr lnl wllh nmunnrrlpl Fix elr7 Ic n word in every Innlnnro Forschoolshoes visit Carson Co- If you want fine footwear visit Carson Co Fresh Oysters Fish andCelery at City Restaurant City Restaurants Vegetable Soup is so good Try it For Fresh Crackers and Cakes go to City Restaurant Nat Lindley Point Pleasant call ed to see us yesterday The Fair befirinsAVednesday Octo berllth borit1Jss it ICity Resteuan fi Ice Cream is simply dgiicJQUB Try it- btiaFanriliCokFsa the guest ore f1Y st llltpl Todd tiny I f 1 fiet Yllqr Meal nd Junch when lairfprdatGitgRestaurant Attend our opening Saturday September23 CARSON Co v That Hot Fishat City Restau rant isstmplyfiiteNtt11 fIr L FPesflroyst frs s WjYostYlc nt citrl1=tuuraptx b fl Ed Monroe Beaver Dam called to see us last Saturday Mr Sam James Render caljed t see us last Saturday tiDirs J B Foster who las li lmI quite ill is improving tMr J H Park Clear RU eras pleasant caller yesterday v l toMr R H Everly Ceralvo WHS a I pleasant caller last Saturday j 1Mr Clell Smith Taffe wrfs a very pleasant caller last Saturday Mr Mark Renfrew Narrows w a very pleasant caller Monday Mr John Sandefur is quiet ill at the home of Col C M HarnettI Clothing now ready for inspection 1 at Long Cos Economy Store j Mr Sam Morton Ceralvo cane J see us while town Monday ItoCr mandBrcliCheese Sausage J Boneless Ham at City Restaurant Mr W P MidkilT ulphu Springs called to see us yesterday i Mr J T Davis SlInn dale mad pleasant call while in town lon1 1day Egos City Restaurant1 tfwants them and will pay you thej c I Attend our millinery openin Saturday September 23 CAKSON Co 1fie sure and see our new clothing before buying elsewhere CARSON Co Dont fail to see hWline of Peters shoes we are showing now LONG Co You can always get the latest and I newest things at Long Cos Econ I omy Store Miss Ina Black of near Hartford la j resIterDont fail to attend our Millinery opening Saturday September 23 i CARSON Co Ladies clothing pressed by J A Petty manager of the Hartford Pressing Club The low prices that we are making on ginghams for Saturday isfor cash only CARSON Co Rev L W Tichenor Matanzas was a very pleasant caller while in town Tuesday Mrs Bettie C Dodge San Fran t cisco Cal is the guest of her uncle J L Carson city Think of us just before it rains 1and price the umbrellas at Long Cos Economy Store You will miss it if you dont attend our millinery opening Saturday September 23 CARSON CoI A highclass Louisville Brass tBand will make music for the Fair None better in Kentucky Some beautiful patterns in oil rugs linoleums and mattings now at Long Cos Economy Store Mr and Mrs James Brown Rochester are the guest of their daughter Mrs L T BarnardI iCity Restaurant surely fed thee last Saturday Indian battI game Thank you all so much Come and look at the new things in ladies neckwear now on display at Long Cos Economy Store Mrs J A Bennett of Bcda was at the bedside of her daughter Mrs J B Foster the first of the week Rev J T Acton and daughter Miss Oma Sulphur Springs were very pleasant callers last Saturday Dont fail to take advantage of our low prices on dress gingham Sat urday September 23 CARSON Co Col C M Barnett after a visit a of few days to his family here Ireturned- to Louisville Wednesday afterno on Dont fail to see our display of low prices and pretty goods during the opening Saturday Sept 23 CARSON Co Dr AfJt Stanley attended the Associationfthe week returning Tuesdayf See1 bur line of side cbtpbs beads handtags and so many things we t cannot mention LdNfrCoff EttTNOMV stoRE f 1Special prices will be made in all departments on Saturday Septem Economyc IQont fail to ree our display of low pretty goody during the opening Saturday Sept 23 CotLeave your laundry at Cleve Ilcrs grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Lana i1dry 46tf Aint those Steak Meals the City Restaurant serves just outof sight Try qnenext time you are hungry sideline of highclass shows and IA forms of entertainments wills attract and amuse those who attend Editor Heber Matthews who has been quiet ill at his homeon Center street for the past several weeks is out again Exciting running and trotting races dacli day at the fair by the best horses ever seen in this section of Kentucky V CliiturtntvnrMatanzas called at THE REPUBLICAN- s office last Saturday I eaverjDanensboro are the guests of their sis BennettIMr Owen Carrpenterwhohas been ill of typhoid fever at Owehrboro several weeks has recovered and is now the guests of relatives in town City Restaurant most uptodate place in Hartford gooIFpit SALE CnEtrGoodlocation for a Doctor collections good Address DR P HARDEN 7W Millerstown Ky Miss Olive Carson left Monday for Centertown where she has accepted a position at the head of Rowe Mortons millinery department Everybody is expected and invited to attend the Fair Theyll be there sonsIThree emigrant Wagons bearing as many families passed through Hartford Monday eriroute to Poplar Bluff Mo Theylijtarted from Bow ling Green and when they have reach ed their destination will have traveled 450 miles 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 Our Milliner Mrs Sarah Collins Smith will return in a few days an will soon exhibit the new things i autumn and winter head gear Call andsee what most dressers are wear ingLONG Cos ECONOMY STORE Every man owes it to himself and his family to master a trade or pro fession Read the display advertisement of the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy in this issue and learn how easy a young man or young lad may learn telegraphy and be assured a position tf You will miss the treat of the season if you fail to see the Dora Woodruff f Stock Co at OperaI House tonight to morrow night I What is known as the Hartford Pressing Club has been organized with headquarters in the New Com mercial Hotel building The mom begs of this club are entitled to have their clothes cleaned mended and pressed and shoes shined for a given sum per month There are already 44 members 1AbotitMr J B Wslsons residence on Union street was discovered on fire The alarm was given and citizens began to pour in from direction and in frbrii teiV ltffiftecnmin asdiscovertTheropfofth 1 burned considerably which togetherwithI the w tersootet did a good ideal of daraJc f ai s r I OVERBOARD i of we is in If Wo a in to j b it is to for hove it oc a for to is the can for lit j tie it when to wear Fo a1 PIXT tAll oi +++ + frM + 5 + +++iHf ++++++ +++ + l + 4 1 1 9 I i J W T Cashier H P V R utt t ++++oHo+ +o++ +++++++ u Ie wM Mr John W of Har ford and of Ind were united in Mr is a native oi but for the year and a half has resided in where he Mr E L ton a Mr has made friends his Miss Miles is the daughter of one of the most prominent in slid all the that go to a true admira lady will in last of next week and will occu py Mrs Bar nett 1 4 t i x Ror InfaattiaudFhildre y1 t With all your send clock out with falls productions WE HAVETHEM Ln You eon not be your Clothing if not pur chased hero for havo till Ijest and guarantee evonTSuitto give satisfaction ifltoulcy totnjleteJ VorY9t LISTENcan ollyou neat and dressy Suit of good Iulitl+ rill dou ble and single breasted iyou have jwiy 1000 July fin 675 I 4 in IVliI threed i i The 1airia nearing and lipto you get the best little money and ready fir that casipn Only few words you remember This place where the best lie had money Talothllt impression for will benefit you you get ready piirdiasq your fall 0 1 1ne orot iirie rectxvstyles quality and price SAM BACHII Hartford Ky + + l i HARifORDnCapital 4000000 I Surplus OOOOO Stockholders Add Liability 4OOOOOO Securely to Depositors 0QOOO FORD President JOHN MOORE TAYLOR Prest HOLBROOK Asst Cashier yiuDirectorsJNO Taylor Miss Ollie Miles Caneton marriage yesterday Taylor ndiana past Hartford together with Bulling conduct barber business Taylor many during residence here farmers Southern Indiana possesses attributes make They arrive Hartford rooms with Alexander GASTORJAC HnAlways1I1KIhtI Ei Summer Wear tilt latest assured they acre Our which would Vhero Ullly 7501 JVe Stock AyersYou makes pure rich blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Your mother grandmother ill folks used ft They trus- tedSarsaparilla It Their doctors trusted k Your doctor trusts it Then trust It yourself There Is health and strength in It ndtrhliiAteri fiunparllt 1qur U tU lineotlr e ulttItt R IUKT Xlt KIeoJt1Jl MAlJdrn RichBlold laxatThcy J YOUNGS LUCKY STAR Commanding Officer of DIJatd Den alngton WM on Shore When Explosion Occurred Lucien Young was certainly bornunderaluckystarsndalifelong at the Bhoreham alluding to the commanding officer of the illfated Bennington and to his remark able escape from injury by reason of his accidental absence at tbe time of the explosion relates thej Washington Star Capt Young used to be one of the most popular of all that brilliant galaxy who made Chamber lina headquarters continued Col Donelson and many were the good stories of which be wallI the hero There are oldtimer who still laugh over an affair in which he and John Chamberliii were the chief actors They were bosom friends and one day while lunching together the subject of local equestrian statues coming up they mutually agreed that the bronze representation of Gen Thomas on horseback won tht finest work of art of its kind in WashingtonA s afterward singu larly enough it happened that and the late Senator Beck IIeUcorners of Chomberlins Young repeated his opinion that thlC Thomas statue was preeminently above the rest an opinion which the senator vigorously combated arguing that it was not nearly so meritorious as the statue of McPherson near by The contention waxed warm and finally Young with crafty design said hed be willing to leave it to John Cham berlin to decide the loser to stand a champagne supper for three This challenge was promptly ac cepted by Beck and Chamberliu was called over and asked to um pire the case Without a seconds hesitation he decided in favor of the senator to the utter surprise and chagrin of the naval officer As Chamberlain backed away Lucien followed him as soon as heI could make excuse and getting him in a quiet corner began to callI Lira objectionable names to which epithets the prince of entertainers listened meekly John Chamber lin thundered the angry lieuten ant did you not less than a week ago agree with me that the Thomas statue was the handsomest InI this town I certainlydid say that quoth John and whats more I am of theI same opinion stilliThen why in thedid youI not say so just now Well Lucien you and I are both mien of the world and I ap peal to you as such if I could give a decision in favor of a lieutenant In the navy against a United States senatorP- REVENTING SEASICKNESS 5elf Leveling Bunk la Latest Device for Aiding Travelers In Overcoming Illness on Water An ingenious Helf leveling sta junk for vessels the object o jrhicli is to overcome the discom ort to the passenger of mulde ner has been devised by a London JentlHtoIt lute now been in esaful operation upon one of th nail boats plying across the Eng ish channel The device com Arises a swinging cot with four lords passing from the corners to he electric brakes which auto basically check any attempt of hQ cot to depart from its post Ion While the cot remains level jie cords are free to pass on and fff the pulliyu on the brakes The lightest loss of horizontally of ihe cot causes mercury in four ubis to fall in some of them anise in others and so complete th lectric current to the particular rake required to be put in ojwr tiou to clerk the further loss of lorlzontullty The loss of level rom the variation of the position ukiii by the passenger is automat tally compensated water IwIn radically the mum HjHciflc gray I y as the human body a heavy ban will press more water to th pot of a BjMHiiullydesignid water led than a light weight as also pm side to side rl An Insinuation Do you believe that mail U Viatic of dust Mrs Mannerly Vgked the frivolous boarder pNot all of them Mr Slowyap Cubed the landlady Oust set- a a 1- Ys A ties promptly Chicago badly News Prom London Paper Youngmen visitors are so scarce at some of the hotels in American watering places that they are frequently lodged free ofexpense provided they play tennis and join in the dances arranged for tbe enter tainment of the snieata DIRECTOR OF THE WEDDING Boston Woman a Pioneer In New Occupation for WomenA Much Needed Person A wide awake woman in Boston has found a new outlet for wom ans activity by taking charge of weddings On the day of the mar range ceremony the bride and the brides mother are generally too busy and too tired to give I touch attention to the man agement of details As a helper in this household emergency till wedding director tills a long felt want The name of this pioneer is Mrs Nellie Blifiins and she lives I with her husband and daughter on Bostons aristocratic Beacon streetMrs Bliffinn method is to get to the house early and to give her first attention to the trousseau locl1IlInlof The bride oats her luncheon in comfort knowing that everything she needs will be in her hugs and trunks carefully inventoried in a little book as to its precise loco tion Mrs Blifllns is at the church door before the marriage cere lOon to give the last touches to the brides gown before the bride enters the church The girls I mother is even saved from having to set that the rooms are put in or der after the newlywedded wife has gone on her wedding tour Mrs Bliffius attends to all that The value of the work of the wedding director is best attested by the popularity it has attained Most of her business Mrs Bliffii s says comes indirectly It has grown on the principle of the ad vertisement of a certain merchant some years ago If you dont like it tell me if you do likes it tell others At first many people were in dined to poohpooh the idea of a wedding director Now however they have learned that even to run wedding properly takes some ex pert knowledge Mrs Blifllns is a student of design and decorative art us well as of changing fash ions Frequent visits to New York and occasional ones to Paris en able her to bring back ideas of how they manage these things in other places But more vliluableyet are the many suggestions her worn tins wit and her womans taste en able her to add to the convenience or the beauty of the wedding HOLLAND COWS IN FAMILY In That Country They Are as Much- a Part of Family as Is Pig in Ireland afas mans pig for one member of th family always sleeps in the stable to watch and often the place in sittingeroomThe cow stable is generally u large building paved with brick upon which the lflWl1l1t straw be lag scarce There is a brickpaved passage down the tauter at one cud of which is a fireplace and the windows tide covered with white curtains as dainty its those used in the house proper Sometimes an entire funnily will gather in the stable in the even ings enjoying tilt warmth of the theewith their heads facing the ecu tral passage chew their cuds and almost seem to enjoy the human companionship These cows UII seldom brown most of them being vg fertility of tilt pasturage laid the urlecapable of giving large yields of rich milk In no place in tIll world are cows nude as much of and from the annual yield of butter h would seem that the cure is no taken in vain Sure of That Mr Pneer They say theres a counterfeit 15 DUI in circulation J thatcunt be fold from the genu ine Mrs Pneer Theres no danger of itscirculating if it ever gets in your possession Chicago Trib une The Unusual Mistake NearSighted Stranger af swell banquetf bug pardon but you are the head waiter are you not Distinguished Guest Good gracious no Im only Baron de UmKooChlcugo Tribune COLLEGE LIFE IN SCOTLAND Universities of Great Britain Are Dif ferent from Those In Amer ica Bute Adhered To American college boys and high school boys would have found undent life at the old Scottish uni versities very different from the fret and easy good time they are used to at their own seat of learn lug In the early part of the eighteenth century the students at pome of the Scottish universities could not shoulder or push each other cotild not stand at the gate on the stAirsor in the corridors of tin college buildings for fear they would dispute with each other could not play or loiter up and down in any of the courts while the classes were in progress nor play ball billiards or bowls A student no matter how old be WIIR even utter he hind become u young man was whipped for getting into a light or hittingnnother student Me was fined for speak ing coarsely or wickedly HP could not throw snowballs at anything or anybody and during hours in the college building he could not speak a word in anything but Latin A t Edinburgh the students wore scarlet gowns during classes They lived in the town Then were no dormitories and they knew very little about each other In ninny cases There were and are today at Edinburgh no college ports as we know them and little general college life Enjoyed His Vacation Ah well My vacations over I hud a splendid time Where did you go Nowhere My wife wont off visiting HeSnre Welt OaTRsA BIIIIhcez Bwgb Womans Way What are you looking so glum aboutOh my fiancee has changed her mindStill worrying over that It was fully a month ago since you told me she had broken off the engagement Oh its been on and off again twice since then The Colonels Waterloo Colonol John 11 Fuller of Honey Grove Texas nearly met his Water loo from Liver and Kidney trouble in a recent letter he savs I was nearly dead of these complaints and although I tried my family doc tor he did me no good so I got a 50c bottle of your great Electric bit ters which cured me I consider them the best medicine on earth and thank God who gave you the knowl edge to make them Sold and guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia Bil iousness and Kidney Disease by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist at 50c a bottle The True Gentleman The gentleman is distinguished from him who is not a gentleman by moral qualities which have justly won the highest place in the respect and admiration of the warld The gentleman restrains his passions and subdues his selfishness he considers the comfort of others before his own he respects the personality of those with whom he is brought in contract he newer takes an unfair advantage he is scrupulously re- gardful of his own honor doubly scrupulous if the honor of others be committed to his keeping he may lack mental culture but he is never without moral refinement he may have an unpolished exterior but never a base nature courage he has but shows it less in facing danger than in meeting responsibility if not always incere he is always re safelytdear in whose manly traits are pen etrated and modified by the gentle ness of womans nature and who still preserves and endervorsto con Pct OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Ofthcalthy Kidneys Mate Impure Blood All Ihe blood In your body passes through your kldnevs once everY three minutes I es a yourblood ler out the waste or Impurities In the blood they are sick or out of order they fall to do their work Pains achesandrheu matlsm come from cess of uric acid In the neglectedkldneqKidney trouble causes qtlck or unsteady thoughtheyoverworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries- It used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their beginning In kidney trouble- If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr SwampRoot the great kidney KilmersI soon relIed It stands the Wonderful cures of the most distressing cases I and Is sold on Its merits fIIlY1centmay If ex sample bottle by maila n et apllaotfree also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Cc Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton NY on every bottle stautly act upon the manliest of Instincts magnanimity Incrodldle Brutality It would have been incredible bru tality if Chas F Lemberger of Syracuse N Y had not done the best he could for his suffering son My boy he says cut a fearful gash over his eye so I applied Buck tins Arnica Salve which quickly haledand saved his eye Good for burns and ulcers too Only 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro drug store Sunflower Philosophy Alrhlnoi I Knn OlulrJ How you blush for some of your acts in the past A good item about some men wouldnt be half way interesting about others Grown people laugh at a child for telling a secret the First Thing Grown people do lots better They dont tell the second thing- A pup looks so mild and innocent that we hope it will turn out better than others of its kind but it always turns oUt a dog You can get up a quarrel but will you be any better off after you have quarreled so fiercely that peace will agreeableThe that makes a man feel when he goes to another town is to have his mail sent in another mans careNeverworry about anything that you can put off until tomorrnw Many of the worries of today if put off until tomorrow will take care of themselves There is only one way fora woman to prevent her husband swearing when he is putting up a stove and that si to have it put up when lie is down town A mother having refused to take her children to a picnic because it looks like rain and then clears up afterward knows there will be no reproach later in life more bitter than she feels StrikesticksWhen your ship of health strikes the hidden rocks of consumption Pneumonia etc you are lost if you dont get help from Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption J W McKinnon of Talladega Springs Ala writes I had been very ill with pneumonia under the care of two doctors but was getting no bet when I began to take Dr Kings New Discovery The first dose gave relief and one bottle cured me Sure cure for sore throat branchitis coughs and colds Guaranteed at Z Wayne Griffin Bro drug store price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free The Smallest Coins The natives of the Malay Peninsula have in use the very smallest cur rent coin in the world It is a sort of wafer made from the resinous juice of a tree and is worth about one tenthousandth of a penny The smallest metal coin in circulation at the present day is the Portuguese three reis piece worth twelve one hundredths of a penny The small est coin circulating officially in any part of British Empire js the five millosima piece of Gibraltar worth I about half farthing POPULAR Cheap ExcursionTo Niagara Falls Thursday Aug 17 1905 VIA Big Four Route Only f10BO Round Trip From IoulHvlllc Toronto Ont Only 150 more than rate to Niagara Falls Alexandria Bay N Y Thousand Islands Only 700 more tban rate to Niagara Falls Montreal Que Only 1065 more tban rate to Niagara Falls Stopover allowed at Westfieldfor sidetrip to Chautauqua Lake Tickets good returning days including date of sale Elegant trains of Pullman Sleeping Cars and Superb Day Coaches personally con ducted by representatives of the Big Joourwhn will look after the wants of passengers These excursions need no intrlt ductlon to the public and the popu larity of the Big 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 Ocn AR- tLoulvllle Kv W J LYNCH O P T A Clnclnnfitl O Thousands of Acres For Sale at rea ODfcl price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the lla of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas etot direct lies rU- ST LOUIS ANI MEMPHIS Through Pullman tlctplnc and free rtcllnlnf their cars timara Excursions first and third Tuesdays or 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I11ntr td w klf fortMl J M tI i Butler airttt trill WaskIg1oore bur many auJcftrn lrfleet 111 JnaUa etrNpp venal Iteta Ntoat luWASHINOTON C j tOUGH RIVR r LEPiONE COMPANY IISI IIHII x1111 IIUPEltr l MAMSi JqIhrtfourYorkBranch Snodltrrc torljjhloltte GclullntyWrit The Rongh River Telephone Co4lti- s Independent owned and operated by home people Good service at i reasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is constantly being exl tended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 mites 10 cts 80 miles 15ct3 45 miles 15 eta c r I W A CHANDLER GenMrrII KyJWOBANNON I Beaver Dam Ky Iw altA taYf k1 RIDER AGENTS WANTED No Money Requireduntil you receive and approve of your bicycle IanyonewosKaet 10 to 24with Coaster lirnkes and PunctUrelcss Tires 12l3tatAny undo or model trans at onethird usual price Cholco ol any standard tires and best equipment oa all our bicycles Stronyest guarantee Wo SHIP OH APPROVAL C O D to Rny ono irillniit a rent ttt ot uud allow 10 DAYS- F R E E TRIAL before purehuso is binding i 8ZTEAflSFACTORYIIEquipment sundries nod i i irtlnr Jocltllr all kimln at halt renfllar iirlcn In our big lree Sundrj Catalogue Contaiii a wirld of UMful Information Write tor It II 7NCTUREpRGW TIRES tutor prioo 850 per pair Introduce jffi 75t will Soil lS TUCKS uSa111p1oNAI GLASS lr for Only m out WU THEAIR J MORE TROUBLE from PUNCTURES HtMilt of 15 years psterlt niw In tire iniKinir o danger from THORNS CACTUS I TN OJ TAOKS or GLASS S nous 1 netures like Inttiilotml kulfo cuts cm bo unlzud liko any usher tin 4PER PAIR EASY RIDING HEALING FULLY BEWARE IMITATIONS nil for Catalogue T nhowlnir nil Uln and make of tines at roM pair and UP OaltlrlIrakI llulllun 1 end Illrr Ifs Fundrl s at Hmlflho usual prloe Hire thick ruM T ir nl A and mimturn mrliH II aid l Tlila the will HM n ntlr make Soft KlaMi and Ea y ItlJInc Wo will alilp C 0 0 ON APPROVAL I EXAMINATIOH wiIAd a rer d4twill allow a COBI discount of SY tlmivliv roaltlne thu prlco 1450 per pair It you l fet o imh with order Tlros W U returned at our ouxiue It nut aatUtactorr on JII J CYCLE CO Dept JL CHICAGO ILL UR CLUBBING RATES ItKIUlUUAN mill Louisville Herald 125 1 vitrulliAN and LouLsvillo Daily Humid 250 KKIlHIUCAN aiul OmrierJonnml 150 KKllIIIICAX and St Louis GlolwOtmiourat L7o I 1Iairutlrta and Home and Kami 125 F RKlTIHirAN and Lippuiuotts fold osnioplitan t25- KKlUIIMCAN and TuiruaWouk Ownnsborol nquiror 175 t KKItmKAN and Daily Ovvonshoro Inquirer 870 K IlKItKMCAN and TvieeaWcek Ohoro Misynjer 175 I PamolaTI MiMlrtn tonicit dose btfoir ali 1111 ntIl niAkr inn Nil iint and well IAN o LA haw no mnl fur In gllrttin It IilltpI r- tatrl ol the Head Thioat Stoniooh Itnwl + fiv Ann Kli1if c t Gilppe und KcnrrHl debility Mnilv hy Ihr liKTCHilRLn PIIMf awl hv JCt L Co IncFrJ H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky H H Ikj AH Wc WIN rt h I DO YOU WANTA Position that will pay from 500 to 5OOO a year It If i That is what our graduatis arc Ifintind ing for thoir nOrk11fee give till kiudor training that counts front the start increase Your SalaryB- y a course in tho OWKNSHOKO BUSINESS UNIVERSITY Term htgins Sept 4th Write today Address wensbor Owensboro Busines Uh iveritY1 ann nnn nnnn 0 n t o outhern Raiway rust and Fastest Lines 1+ IzOrst Lexington and Louisville ru o Loulsangilie West- o trains daily as follows Lexin ton 610 a m Loq O n rtarrive at St Louis- m Carrying vestibuled nnd Cafe Observation Par Mel s a la cartfrthroiiRh 1 can iLelgton 530 p m Lou I 15 m arrive at St Lou in carrying free reclin c sand Pullman sleeper- I I I tout change I eping Car berths at111 j Lexington Ky 234 I Louisville Ky or- ts II class typewriter or sale at this of I leap w STRONG DURABLE SELF COVERED by PATENTS OF Vlr till ndll you BEST FOR THE- BOWELS If Tern bmnt II nnltr httlthr mortment of tht bowili trery Urrouro 111 or will b Kttp roar bowtli oroolad e will p of Tloltnt pill poison lebsngerous Tb smoothestalsst most prf ct way of kttptaf Ibe bowels oler and them li to tab- CANDY CATHA TIO EAT EM LIKE CANDY PIassst PtUttblt Potent Tate Ooed Do Oood Nrr Slckn Wtken or Orlpet 10 ra and 10 Cents por boa Writ forfr itmple Lad book let on health Address 4U Sterling Ruaedy Conpany Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR ILOOD CLEAN Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it DrKingsNew I for CONI1MPTIONrfCu LN A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It rslle Trial Bottle free HENS MAKE GLUE Smart Woman May Geta Futun- Out of a Brilliant Idea tIA Fear tIlus i Ulepateh t A strange case of tIll artificial bending of the forces of nature to j the ad vantage of mankind is shown in the invention of Mrs Erva Noroman of Punton Township in this county I Some years ago Mrs Noroman con ceived the idea that it might be pos sible by special fceding to so alter the nature of the albumen in hens t eggs that it would have far greater adhesive qualities than haa beet naturally given it She had seen people use the whites of eggs as a kind of glue to mend delicate china and being an enthu siastic evolutionist she believed that the natural product could be impro wncjfde some effect along the desired line but finally abandoned everything else except powdered fishbone and the gristly portions of horses and cattle from which glue is made with a slight admixture of cherry gum and milkweed Her chief difficulty lay in combining with these articles asufiicieut quantity of nourishing food to sustain the fowls and yet of i snch a nature that it should not de stroy the effect of the adhesive sud stancesAfter many years of unremitting care and study she has succeeded in getting the ration proportioned right and is now able to feed her hens so that they lay eggs the white of which is the strongest adhesive sub stance known to man It perfectly transparent and easily preserved in any climate and is so strong and lasting that she is able to sell at high price all her flock of hens is able to produce Broken china of however delicate texture it mended by an invisible film of this natural glue is stronger by far at the bro ken place than eUewhese and the glue is not in the least affected either by heat cold or moisture the articles may be boiled an hou without being in the least loosened at the cracks again The only difficulty about the mat ter that the adhesive nature of the albumen is not perfect until the hen- is three years of age and it takes a fowl of strong constitution to thrive under the unnatural food so that the glue is liable to remain expensive until the production of it become more general No Unpleasant Effect If you over take DeWitts Little Early Risers for biliousness or consti pation you know what pill pleasant s These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without producing unpleasant effect Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Hen Adopts Puppies L Agefrs tIlThe curious spectacle of a her forcibly adopting and taking away from their mother a litter of fox terriers- is presented at the home of H J Grimm Los Angeles Cala Mrs Grimm and her children who have been taking care of the dogs in the absence of the owner De Carr Alexander a neighbor have a READ THIS Bowling Green Ky Jan 121904 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dea Sir We have been selling you 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 soldYours truly W C MORRIS Co A TEXAS WONDER- One small bottle of Texas Wonder Jails Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail o receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above- mentioned Sold byball druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P0 box 629 office 2931 Oliv Street St Louis Mot strenuous time getting the puppies away from their selfappointed theemay to bodily wants The old hen notonly keeps them under her wing in the literal sense but will brook no interference with her proteges and the appearance of the pups mother is the signal for the hens gallant and always success ful charge I Those tactics have been kept upIever since the birth of the four pies three weeks ago until now the real mother lIesat a respectful dis tance and does not encroach upon the hens rights unless th latter is securely locked up There is more Catarrh in this sec lion of the country than all other diseases put togther and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing to curl with local teatment pronounced it incur able Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and there I fore requires constitutional treat ment Halls Catarrh Cure manu factored by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitu tional cure on the market It is tak4 en intornaly in rinses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circular and testimonals Address F J Cheney Co To ledo 0- Sold by Druggist 7oc Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m A Disturbing Prospect The flying machine will soon be here said the enthusiast I suppose so answered th cheerless citizen And the nex thing will be to devise some system of nets that will keep people who stick to terra firma from being hit by the w debrisExplained How does it happen that you never have any trouble in getting lecturers for Chautauqua circuits whrn some or and theyve just got to have some body to talk to you know Can You Eat J B Taylor a prominent mer chant of Chrieman 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 t try it The first bottle benefitted me and after taking four bottles 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 She Knew Some women never know what becomes of their husbands money said the puerulous neighbor Those women answered young Mrs Torkins must have husbands who dont play the races Numerous and Worthless Everything is in the name when i comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt Co of Chicago discovered some years agb how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that is a specifics for Piles For blind bleeding itch I eczemarcuts burns equaldworthless fo DeWittsthe genuine Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro v Snake Bound Man to Tree tHtirrl tmrnlVnn hlqatehJ Bound fast to a small tree by th coils of a big blacksnake Major James H Alport a coal baron and trolley magnate of Cambria County had an experience which he believes would have resulted in his death if he had been alone Major Alport and his friend Captain W L Maine were walking near Barnsboro when they encountered n big snake Int I started to climb n small true and j when he struck at it suddenly coiled itself about him and began to squeese him against the tree The Major was almost breathless when Thee snake was 10 feet 72 inches long i I t iCURES1 I STRONG Againle 5tovallofTiltonQa said after talcing Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hundreds r1ofother weak are being restored I to perfect health by this rem edy YOU may be well If you will take It Indlgettloncausei nearly all the sickness that womanI have It deprives the system of ment and the delicate organs peculiar women suffer weaken and become diseasedIKodol Dyspepsia CureIenables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole tome food that maybeeaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organ restoring health and strength Kodolcure Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risingsbelchingheatbumand all stomach disorders Digests What You Eat I DolltrtotiUtoUiiH I I rriw 4 tta1ak I tlmti M Htk ti thi rkryIieDSwttl- trill or to c it alls 0Oaten eSA Nnlil Ity 7 WAVNK Gill WFIN tnOI mml Annual Stockholders Meeting at Chicago October 18 Per sonal AttendanceSof In dividual Holders Desired 1HHH TICKET TO TilE MEETING Public notice is hereby given that 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 18 1905 at 12 oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said meeting there will be issued To Each Holder ofOne or More Shares 0of the capital stock of the Illinois Central Railroad Company as regis CompanyISeptember 26 1905 who is oftfuU ageA ENABLING HIM OH HER TO TRAVEL FREE over the Companys lines from the station on the Illinois Central Rail road nearest to his or her registered address to- CHICAGO and RETURN jourt Four Days Immediately Preceding rand the day of the meeting and for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meetingand the Four nayS Immediately Following andsonror before Saturday October 21 1905 that is to say between 900 a m and 500 p min the office of the Assistant Secretary Mr W G Bruen in Chicago Such ticket may stockeregistered as above on application in writing to the President of the Company in Chicago but each stock holder must individually apply for his or her ticket Each application must state the full name and ad dress of the Stockholder exactly as given in his or her Certificate of Stock together with the number and date of such certificate No more than one person will be car ried free in respect to anyone hold ing of stock as registered on the books of the Company A G HACKSTAFF Secy- l Subscribe for TilE REPUBLICAN Cumberland TELEPHONEAND I Telegraph Co Itneotporateda 7nerea nothing the matter with business I have the Cumberland Telephone in my residence and place ol business My buslneis has Increased and wifes voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition J E PATH Manr ItICircuit iicirt TT llirlhvml JnclK Urn D ltln oAttnrn r T II Muck JIleri Fd IJ lurch Clerk Krunk L Frllx laser CURl mUilnurr Y L Mo tl jr Truntee Jury FundGt 1 Krown Hberlff Ilmtfonl lifpiitjfiherltf Kvntrti ClatvncB Kvuwn Jo H Roberts Ham Kiown 4VfourtroDTrti it tint Mon day In torch nun August nod iontlnum three wmVinnd third Monday In Miry and Nortulier two week County Tonrt J P Miller Judge MSIlHK nnd Clerk W II llarnee Attorney llartlnrd IICourt connlIrot Monday In each month Qmirte rly Court llfKlnn ou the third Monday II April July October und January Court olClnltnn Couwnm frat In Jar t0unryTardayxftrreeonllMDdllxylnOctober Other mceraJ IL WnodXurTeyor IVrnlro Frank Lowe AK pimor lledn Jame UeWtex School lIaprlalaInt Hartford lien I Untie Coroner Sulphnr Spring 7vxotlc B Court 11 F Iliidion heaver Dam February la May Ultut 31 November SO- IcoW Martin Uiilietown February li Ma y 14 Ansnut W November II- JnoMUranain NarroaeFebruary 58 May 2 August 29 November IX T A Evans FordvllleJxsuety IAMay 7 August 27 November 8 J A lllcki llafordFebraary 7 May O Aott 7eW A hone Onterlown February II May 11 August 11 Novemtwr I J Wilroz llorkport February 20 May II August 2C November 1- 4SXttrtfor4Z cllc Court Jnn II WtlBonJndin C H Smith City At tora y S P Ilnrnett Marshal Court con yen Keiond Monday In atblnoatb Xt llcriouo OrvlcM E Church NontliMrvIm third Sunday each month at 11 11 m and 7pm end arson Sunday at 7 p m lruyer meeting every Wedue day cvenlnit ItevlrTpllllerlaetorU- nptletChurchServtreebeld Saturday nigh before necond Sunday Sunday and Hnnday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday nlKtt Prayer meeting every Thntvday evening they1 U lIurueltIutllrCI Service first Sunday In each mouth at 11 u In and 7 p m Rev J D liar pedpxetorSchool LrtlorIJao P Miller J llenn U T SIno U M Ilocker J II II Car s son Jon C Illley City Council ttowan llolbrook Mayor H A Anderson Clerk Ur H J Wedding W R Tint ey ACTaylor M ti HeavrlnT J Morton a Councllm- enCacret Eecl tl B A O U W melts tint and third Friday night III each month s Hartford Lodge No 078 F A AMaaonf tint l Monday night In each month Hartford Tent No UJ Knight ol the races bee every ThuwiUy sight ts Rough Hirer lodrffollOKnlKht ol 1ythla meetxrery Tuemlay nlirht Preston Morton Pout No 4 0 AIthold ten nlar meeting Saturday beforeflrM Sunday In eeth month Promptly obtained or no fee Write for our CONFIDENTIALWeobWn PATENTS THAT PAY and help Inventors to incceu Send model photo or sketch and we tend IMMCDIATR TREE RIPORT ON PAT ENTABILITY 20 yean practice Refit tired Patent Lawren come tom at 505007 7th SL WASHINGTON 00 C An Opportunity We want a man in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing Machine 1 We can offer exceptional induce ments to someone who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his time to the sales of our productl Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker ca pableof development into a permanent and profitable businessWRITE AT ONCE S WhcelerdWilson Mfgfo 72 and 74 Wabash Ave CINCAGOI i F- i 1 r RoiBaKinf Powder Absolutely Purc Royal Baking Powder is indispensable- to v lfinest cookery and to the c9mfort andconvenience of modern housekeep ing Royal Baking Powder makes hot breads cakes and pastrywholesome Perfectly leavens without fermentation Qualities that are peculiar to it alone ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22 RENDER Sept 19Messrs David Watkins and David Salsbery of Central City were here last Wednesday Mack Dowell was in Hartord and Rosine last Thursday Mrs Alex Bennett and daughter returned from Evansville last Thursday after a visit of two weeks Tom Gaddis Herrin 111 was guest of his sister Mrs W H theI last Friday Wm Cargal returned from yule Ind last Friday Jno S Spence went to Dayton Tenn last Friday- G W Burton spent Saturday and Sunday in Barnsley S B Filmore was in Central City last Sunday Mrs McDowell Fair spent the day r in Hartford last Sunday i I De Witt Williams spent the day in Hartford last Sunday i Jas Bratcher of Stephensburg i spent the day here last Sunday- A J Doss of Central City was here yerterday Miss Pearlie Tinsley went to Rock I port yesterday- E H Gwynn and C C Baize were in Hartford yesterday Mrs Val Cool presented her husband with a fine girl today Mother and child doing well Val is all smiles Mrs Jas Bratcher of Stephens burg arrived here to be the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs E S Reed for the next thre weeks Ed Cooper Jr is on the sick list I W G Kelley has returned to Lin t ton Ind- Owenf Hart has gone to Evansville to work R F Garrett was in Beaver Dam today Report of Secretary Y M C A p for July and August Your County Secretary begs to submit the following report While your secretary was absent from the State for three weeks due to wifes illness and sick himself for I lwo weeks from an operation yet it with pleasure that I call your at iI tention to some new and distinct features that have taken place during this time II First the all dayut dnors rally 8atSulphur Springs July Id where 1200 people gathered front 21 dif i ferent points to worship God and f to become enlightened us toour l movement Second the great social t success of the trip around the a world given by the Ladies Auxili raryat Hartford Not only was it the biggest and best feature Hartford e has had the lust year but rlrcollected 2655 for the county workl Third the holding of two lectures I tr in theeaunhaFuurththe YM QQ A h miln q M E i ruyor meeting at Harlfont Fifth three boys of the Bays Department rn I tae led public prayer meetings at t U M E church Hartford Trainji nv for citizehsivp and church is our v k and this chews how well the theory works out Sixth a meeting in the interest of rtkn work i and the firstwas held at Rockport Seventh on Sunday July 2 eight men went out to preach Christ to men at four points outside of Hart ford Think what this means when laymen preach Christ by word as well as deed I pray that more men can be found to do this work The report in detail is as folloows General 4 Visits to Beaver Dam 2 Visits to Williams Mines 1 Visits to McHenry Rockport Dundee Narrows and Sulphur Springs 1 County committee meeting held Religious 1 Mens meeting Hartford 75 1 Mens meeting Taylor Mines 5 1 Mens meeting Render20 1 Mens meeting Marvins Chapel 403 Boys meeting Hartford47 fi Mens Bible class Hartford24 1 Rally Sulphur Springs 1200 1 Open meeting Rockport 100 Y M C A had charge of Hartford M E prayer meeting Three Hartford boys led public praver meeting Educational 2 Lectures Hartford McHenry 66 Reading room Hartford open daily LocalTrip around world Hartford 202 Ladies Auxiliary cleared 2055 Personal 160 miles traveled in the county 11 Committee meeting attended 2 Prayer meetings led 3 Pulpits occupied 1 Address Childrens Dey10 M Two talks to schools Respectfully submitted RICHARD SIDENIUS County Secretary CENTERTOWNI Sept 19Mrs L C Morton is at home again after a short visit to to her sisterMrs Rev Tom Morton I LivermoreIthey have been to make their winter I purchase of dry goods RevL P Drake is engaged in a protracted meeting near Livermor- eE H James is in McLean county on business I Miss Myrtle Williams one of our boarding students visited her parents near Ceralvo Saturday and Sunday Frank Hicks and family Beda visited the family of H H Davis Saturday and Sunday James Everly and wife of Island visited L P Drake and family here last week- J I W Condit and family have moved from their farm to our I town i J W Rowe and family have mov ed to Hazel Ky D L Banks and W A Nelson of Central City were here this week on important business Rev EPhipps one of our ablest vL ted his boyhood ibdii feronolun neighborhood 9itstr K and wfijlthere enjoyed stay withonerofyk is old school mates Adam B 1nd also preach an able sermon to a large andap jireciative audience at Pond Run church He also visited and dress the gray tre he laid his moth erto resKSi ors ago I MAJOR GENERAL COSTETTI Romance and Work Beautifully Blended in Career of This Pa moW Army Surgeon It Is not often thnt romance nml hard work are so intimately blend ed us In the lout professional ca reer of this eminent army sur geon Born In Bologna in 1819 he hud with his family to migrate to Florence in lSUthe year in which many of the Bolognesi the Costettis included were compro mined in the abortive revolution At Florence he began Ids medical studies and took his degree sum- ma cum laude at Pisa says the London Lancet In 1848 another year of revolution he served in the Guard Mobile of Tuscany under Marcheie Nitro lino Antlnori and saw some sharp fighting at Montanara We next find him an army surgeon in tht Tuscan forces espousing the liberal cause and attending the meetings of the party iu the Florentine Casa Burtoloinimi It was h who on the historical 25th o April gave clandestine shelter In his quarters In the fortress Belve dere to Marchese Ferdinando liurtolommei who wanted to know how far be could count upon the cooperation of the officers in the pacific revolution two days afterward successfully consum mated On the eventful morning the Tuscan archduke proceeded from the Pitta palace to the fort ezza thence to give orders to bom bard the city but only to receive I from the officers the reply that while ready to protect the lives of their princes they could not serv the antinational cause Wltil- the purparlers were in progresa young Costetti green curtains to be taken dow from the windows of the hospital In the fortezza and adding to them the Tuscan colors red and white he hoisted the improvised tricolor on the terrace of th fortezza before the eyes of tli grand duchess who in needles- panic had taken refuge in the stronghold It was that which announced to the bnnnerI sembled not many yards Piazza dell Indipendenza that the Tuscan revolution peaceful and bloodless was fait accompli Dr Costetti continuing his career as an army surgeon with the rank of captain took part In the campaign against Austria In 1859 Promoted again for distinguished services in 1852 he rose to be major general and was appointed di rector in chief of the great mill tart hospitals of the now united kingdom Of late years advancing age has constrained him to give up professional work but he still placed his powers land energies at the disposal of his fellow citizens of Bologna REAL FEMININE ECONOMY Queer Things That Women Eat When They Are Alone to Save Money Is it not also a part of our oxtrav figs nt economy that makes women eat such queer things when they are by their lonely selves What self speCting man could lunch off a sultana cake a tart or an Iwl Show me the selfrespecting wear an who has not done It l Women know how to cooksome of thc- mIjut none of then know how to H Mrs John Lane in Fort Review A woman feels that to eat well and substantially is a sheer waste there is nothing to show for it but she would not hesitate a mo ment to flpend even more in some thing that she can show A man doesnt think twice about having o ripping good dinner and a bottle of extra good wine he thinks it is money well spent but he would be hanged before he would tyuv himself an ornamented waistcoat and sustain life on a penny bun Nhonldeatltable dhote dinners wore invented by some philanthropist to save womenI out n la carte said a friend of nine in n piteous burst oj confldence its H eeltJn money So alien her travels wilhJie UeiJilways leads her to the table dhote if only to preserve her from starvation When she is Tined to the cost she has an Excellent tl1e Ireally think if4t wernotfoc4nonJ women would wrap themselves in sable and poll lace anti starve to death Forecast from Shells The inhabitants of Southern ChlHure Raid to foretell the weath er by means of a strange barome ter It consists of the castoff shell of a crab The dead shell 18i white in fair dry weather hut indicating the approach of moist at mosphere by the appearance of small red spots as the moistut in the air increases it becomes entire ly red and remains so throughout the rainy season Snakes as Pets Snakes in tropical countries are often treated almost as domestic animals The ship chandlers of Rio Janeiro for example keep a boa among their bulky goods to act as a rut catcher These crea tures often become partially touted and are then purchased by menageries DEATHe End7aAwake Beault Is Death oPeople have actually been killed by dreams asserts the Chicago Tribune Most jersons have suffered from those terrible night mure visions in which the victim is pursued by an assassin with up raised knife or is trembling on tlc edge of a fearful precipice or is in joint other imminent danger of a sudden and terrible death Those dreams tire common enough and nearly always the sufferer awakos thankful and happy at hisoscajK awakeethee6nllaciuutinuss TheseekillnIn the casos where dreams kill there is a sort of combined action dlsIlulIlp111ceethe dream is usually the product havesUlIlIlttll1ltIlfway to know of its presence until the fact in disclosed in a frightful dream Moreover terrifying droaniH art often the first evi deuce of heart disease Thou the frequent recurrence of these dreams dealing repeated shocks to the nervous systeniaggravatee- the disease until the heart is so weak that ono more shock is sum lent to cause death If a j orson has hind dreams it docs not necessarily follow how ever tint he has heart disease Droams indicating heart disease are usually of a terrifying nature and relate to death On awUkon lug tho sufferer will notice a vio lent heart palpitation Chronic pericarditis is always preceded by horrible dreams such as that of being thrown into a lake of lire or thing crushed in a railroad wreck or burned by u volcanic eruption The approach of insanity may nlso bo revealed by unpleasant dreams or insanity may be has toned by such dreams There are many cases whore a person hits boon driven insane by n dream CANE RUN Sept 19Elder J W Bristo of Fordsville filled his regular appointment at this place Saturday and preached at Fairview Saturday nightMrs Maggie White and children returned to their home in Arkansas last Thursday after visiting Mrs Whites mother Mrs Sallie Camp near Salem Mrs Phieby Christian and grand son Bill Christian attended the tent meeting at Horse Branch last night Mr Sam Jemison rand family of this place tiaittd his parents Mr rid Mrs J W Jamison last week near Centertown Mrs Laura Franklin and children will return to their homein Evans ville Indiana tomorrow Mr J B Wilson returned from Leitchfield Saturday homeI Mr Farris Jamison and Mr Wilson and son Mr Herbert of Fairview went to Hartford Satur day11 r i i I 1it 1 MriSylvester White wife and Est1rst tt TdhnHTuejdByoii t visit 4o MTH Pradleys children in Tennessee rrJ- H t t FALL OPENING ARE YOU COMING I Youll Make a Mis 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