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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 c kc ttzrtfir Jjttpttbicau1 Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WiWINI IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year I VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY I FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1905 No 11 IINEW TRIAL For Estill Darrell Who Has Been Twice Convicted of IiCriminally Assanlttir His Niece Lillie Darrell Tkomsberry- inJu f 1903 a dill Darrell twice MnVicted flf having criminally assaulting his niece Little Barrel Thornsberry has been granted a new trial the court of appeals having reversed the decis ion of the Daviess county jury inflict ing a penalty of ten years in the penitentiary upon him The first verdict returned at the April term of court 1904 was twenty years in the penitentiary The case was appealed to the court of appeals and reversed on Darrell was given a second trial and the jury this time returned a verdict fixing his punishment at ten years in the penitentiary The case was again appealed and was revers ed on account of an irregularity in the trial Darrell was accused of committing a rape on his niece Lillie Darrell She is now residing near Whitesville s with her second husband She has appeared at each trial and testified against her uncle The alleged crime was committed three years ago and after its perpetration Dar rell left the country He was soon after arrested in Indiana at a point a few miles above Tobinsport and brought back There was consider I ably talk about his being in danger of a mob but better information e showed that this was idle talk He could not give the required bond and way placed in jail where he has languished ever since L Misses Woodward Entertain Misses Dena and Gussie Woodward entertained the girls social club at their home in Beaver Dam Wednes day evening September 27 1905 v Quite an enjoyable evening was spent by all present A feature of the evenings enter tainment was a trip around the worldending up with a visit to the Fabled Fountain of Youth whose crytal watersmake the old young and the young younger All the tourists partook freely of the youth y restoring waters and all expressed themselves being sure that the dream of Ponce de Lean was not all a dream Those present were Misses Mag gie Brunton Isabelle Bean Pearle Pate Pansie Stevens Mary Ezelle Maybelle Williams Mary Bennett Kittie Rhoads Norma Brown Essie Williams May Bir Marie Austin Gussie Woodward Dena Woodward Arbye Brown Messrs Arch Lewis Claudia Render Cecil HockerCluude McKenny Joe Williams George Bennett J G McKenny Herbert Lewis Fred Rigga Len Goering Hiram Miller M D Maddox and Morton Williams HOLLAND Notice For Claims V All persons having claims against the estate of W I Rowe deceased are hereby notified to present same tome properly proven on or before October 21st 1905 or they will be forever barred All persons knowing themselves indebted to said estate will please ettle This September 21 1905 G W Rowe Admr p11t3 Centertown Ky Shooting Rosins A Obrey House shot and painfully wounded his stepfather Harry Moore at Rosine last Friday after noon about sundown Five shots were fired at Moore but only two took effeet one in the arm and one in the breast each inflicting flesh wounds only It is reported that Moore and wife fiad a quarrel and he went over in town filled up on booze and when hq game home he and Aubrey House a stepson got into racket House it is said had a hatchet and Moore an ax as weapons House concluded his weapon was insufficient and went nYktr 3 up to town and got a pistol and on his return met Moore who ran away but as he was fleeing the shots were fired taking effect as stated Marshal Jerry Clark arrested hoth parties and arrived in Hartford about noon Saturday Each of the parties gave bond and and was released from custody their examin ing trial being set for last Monday at which time the cases were called nnd set over until Monday October 2 Secure i Opposition A commendable feature of the Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green Ky is that it not only gives ifcj students a thorough and practical education but also secures for them pleasant and profita ble employment upon graduation Any one contemplating taking a Commercial Course should write for catalog and full particulars Ad dress H H Cherry President Bowl ing Green Ky NOTED CASE Of the Fordsville Graded Common School Affirmed By Appellate Court Frankfort Ky Sept 2GIn an opinion by Judge Hobson the court of appeals affirmed tho Ohio circuit court in thecase of the board of trustees of Fordsville school against John Phillips Postel and oth ers After bonds to the amount of 3000 for a common school at Fords ville had been declared void because of failure to take a vote of the people the bondholders sued in equity and had the school building transferred to them This transfer the court here upholds Resolutioa Whereas On Septrl5 1905 an all wise and loving God called from this world of trouble to a land of everlasting peace the beloveil mother of our Bro Sir Knights J C and Samuel Riley and grand mother of our Bro Sir Knights R R and Wal lace Riley Therefore be it Resolved That we as their fra ternal brothers extend to them the heart felt sympathy that restores peace to a mind in trouble and commend them to ever emulate that Christ like spirit ever present in her pure Christian life Resolved That the Record Keeper spread these resolutions on the records and present the family with a copy of the same also present a copy to each of the county papers L F BENNETTT E B PENPLETON t Com R T COLLINS College News About twenty boarding students have enrolled up to the present time Mr Cecil Park of Taffy entered the collegiate department the first of the present week Prof Gray was out of town Sat urday in the interest of the school and reports that several new students are expected to en ter school soonThe work of installing the heating plant in the College building is progressing nicely and it is expected that it will be completed by October firstThe reception given at the College last Friday evening was attended by a large number of friends among whom were former students and outof town guests A fine literary and musical program was rendered by the following ladies Mesdames L N Gray J S Glenn R D Walk er Ellis Thomas and Misses Carrie Wcener Mary Keown Hettie Riley Florence Morton Margaret Nail and Nettie Rogers All present seemed to enjoy themselves thoroughly and the evening was one long to be re membered It was far into the night before the young folks even thought of departing for home so much did they enjoy the evenings gayetiesL IfSJgif I BRILLIANT OPENING Best Theatrical Show Ever Given In Hartford Opened Sea son Last Week i The theatrical season was opened at the Opera House here last Friday and Saturday nights in one of the most brilliant theatrical shows that has ever been staged In our little cityThe troupe is known as the Dora Woodruff Company composed of sixteen characters each exceptionally welltrained and is conceded to bone of the strongest repertoire shows on the road The appearance of theMoon shiners typical of the mountain illicit distillers Friday evening was greeted by a large and highly pleased audience while on Saturday eve New Hampshire Folks show most brilliantly from behind th footlights eliciting the applause ono of the largest crowds ever assembled at the Opera House Most every one pronounces this the best theatrical show ever given in Hart fordThe company will return durin the fair week during which tim an entirely new program will be rendered Needs for only There are 106 counties in Kentucky in 90 of which there are no towns larger than 5000 inhabit ants At least 10 per cent of the young men reside in the smaller towns and on the farm These young men are subjected to temptations every where as severe although different somewhat in fprjn from those which attack the men of larger towns They are therefore as truly in need of the rellJrh socialeeiu- cational and physical work that the Young Mens Christian Association affords Not alone for the young men who remain at home but in the interest of the thousands who are going to the city or enter col lege railroad or army life is this work needed It is important that they shall at once identify themselves with the great movement that is being operated for theseclasses of men membership ticket in the association will serve as an introduction in every association in the land Ohio county soon closes its third year and while much has been left undone and difficulties have been met yet we all agree that no force outside of the church has done as much for the betterment of our boys and men in Ohio county Next week we will tell how a county is or ganized and maintained a R SIDENIUS U A School With Prestige The Southern Normal School needs no introduction to the public It has been in constant and successful operation for the last twentyeight years has won an enviable reputa tion for though and practical work It operates the School of Law Mu sic Elocution Oratory Pedagogy Preparatory County Certificate State Certificate Junior Scientific Senior Scientific and Classic Courses Any one contemplating taking any of these Courses should write for a handsome Catallog and illustrated Journal Mention course Wanted Address H H Cherry General Manager Bowling Green Ky Alemorys Cycle How strange a thingis memory How it will sleep like a pillowed babe on an Autumn day and how like the fabled rill it prolongs its repose amid overchanging scenes stranger still perhaps is how soft a whisper may awaken it into life againA girl just now urging her untuped voice to sing sang a single verse god is love Worthy as were these words to stir arid warm the soul it was not for that but for expression in song long years ago that I bowed my jheaJin sad and solemn reverie I hat been long away when I ap lWjach done summer night a rude S lg school house standing in the windows of ancient oaks and elms Many months before I had sung with tiat class of country lads and lassies I jbod is love From out the open sweeternearere upon my ear Within that breast that rose and fell jfc song I knew a warm heart beat for me and I listened long before I rfipped the window sill upon which leaned the singers snowy arm He voice grew softer and it trembled some as she smiled and bowed her headYwas not a story of love meant to write only to tell how trifling incident may arouse the ngforgotton emotions ofyouth in to spectral action to play over their silent parts on the stage o years J T Pardon For Roll sentencf I years i the penitentiary for the murder of Joe Cowen has been pardoned by Governor Beckham The pardon was received at Greenville Saturday morning and Roll was released Governorewas every trial jury by Commonwealths At torney Thomas and by numerous other influential citizens of Green vilfe and Muhlenburg county THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources lOver the Country Brief 1ItemsJit will soon be filed to declare Chas G Henning legally dead Hen n as clerldnthUBankof Lou isville and disappeared October 8 1898 leaving a shortage of 8000 to Secretary of War Taft and most of the member of the party which left with him last July for the Far East reached San Francisco on the Korea The steamer broke the Transpacific record making the trip from Manila in a little over ten days r Judge Benton in the Clark Circuit Court refused to vacate the bench in the contempt proceedings against Judge James Hargis for alleged complicity in the enticing away of witnesses in the damage suit of Mrs James B Marcum for the murder of her husband Gov Beckham has ordered the Hopkinsville and Bowling Green com panies and a detachment from the Frankfort battery under command of Maj Edward Watt to guard W R Fletcher and Guy Lyons at their trial in Russellville for alleged assault on Mary Cladden A petition is being circulated in Harrison Nicholas and Robertson counties asking E K Renaker to re sign as the Democratic nominee for Senator from that district The is the outcome of the verdict for 3 returned against him in the slander suit brought by Miss Elizabeth Whitaker HERBERT Sept 27Little Martha Milligan is quite ill Robert and Frank Stewart have typhoid fever James Miller died very suddenly Saturday night He was one of our best citizens and will be greatly missed He leaves five children Mrs Sue Baize Beaver Dam Miss Margaret and Virgil Miller of this place and Messrs Nat and Junis Miller Oklahoma There is an epidemic of tonsolitis at this place Mrs Harry Givins visited rela tives at Roseville Friday Mrs Emma Miller returned home Saturday after a weeks visit to her parents at Walnut Grove i B7H Givens made a business trip to White tille Thursday Most all our farmers are busy cutting up corn I Ry I MISS ROOSEVELTS GIFTS Received in East Countries While There Will Amount to 100000 23ItisroughI1Y of thera short of 100000 Miss Roosevelt sheIpresentstcame to her as the reprensentative of the government although she did credentialsfwas regarded by the orientals as they regard thereigning families of European kingdoms The gifts were willnRoosevelt could not have declined any not even the pearl from the Sultan of Jolo without placing the government in the attitude of re jetted friendly overturnes Centertown Livestock Company The Centertown Live Stock com 25sof Robinson 111 an Imported Ger man coach stallion for the handsome sum of twenty two hundred dollars This isthe kind and make of fine horses that the people of this section have been in need of for some time and everyone that has seen this horse has pronounced him one of the finest in Kentucky The Company consists of the following Stockholders S D Myers F M Allen Alvin Rowe H IL Lewis Claudis Render S M Dexter Claude Myers Albert Chinn Joe Ford B F Calvert Son JLSmith and JS Dexter The follow ing officers have been elected Alvin Rowe President H H Lewis Secty and Treas andS D Myers Manager SMALLHOUS Sept 27Mesdames Alen Everly Emma B Fulkerson Misses Mabel and Eva Garrett Euna Fulkerson Mr Ross Morton Ceralvo Miss Madie Park Centertown and Mrs John Kimbley Louisvlle were the guests of Sam Morton and family Tuesday night Mrs T L Withrow and Miss Alice Fulkerson Central City were the guests of relatives in this neighborhood the later part of the week Mr and Mrs Bob Fulkerson were the guests of Joe Schultz and family Narrows Saturday and Sunday- S E Hunter went to Matanzas Saturday James Trunnell wife and children and Miss Verda Trogden Utica are the guest of relatives here this week Mrs W P Howell Island was the guest of her daughter Mrs John Barnard and son Theodore Howell several days last week Rev G H Lawrence filled his regular appointment at Smallhous church Saturday afternoon and Sun day Robert Hunter and wife were delighted to have a family reunion Sun day all of their children and grandchildren were present viz Mr and Mrs Trunnell and children Jas I Drake wife and little Alberta Miss Ethel Hunter and Messrs Robert D and S E Hunter Mrs Lula Withrow who has been quite sick is thought to be better Mrs Sallie Drake will leave todayI for a visit to her son Felix Drake t Owensboro Oppie Kittinger went to Godman Monday COOPER SCHOOL HOUSE Sept 25Our debating society at this place is getting along very nicelyBorn to Mr arid Mrs T R Black the 19th J Mr and MrsJon IV Alloni- lvisited MlJ n ndw Veek cnroute to Bowling Green Mrs Botch of Bowling Green vis THINK OF ITI This Pretty Matron Had Headache and Backache and Her Condition jWas Seri- ousPERUNA s CURED 11 MRS M KN R11 99 Eleventh Street 1 Milwaukee WH J A short time ago I found my con dition very serious Ihad headaches pains In the back and frequent dizzy spells which grew worse every month I tried two remedies before Peruaa and was discouraged when I took theflrst dose but my courage soon returned In less than two months my health was restoredMrs M BrlcknerThe of so many failures to cure cases similar to the above is the- faetthatdleaser1 I theNOTAS OUARRnot commonly recognized as being caused by catarrh Catarrh of ono organ la exactly the lame aa catarrh of any other organ What will cure catarrh of the head will also cure catarrh of the pelvic organs Peruna cure these cues limply because it cures the catarrh- If you have catarrh write at once to Dr Iiartraan giving a fall rntrtitfit of your case and he will be pleaded to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman PreaidentofwThe Hartman Rani tarlum Columbus 0 ited Mrs S L Stevens Monday last kMerphymade their regular trip to this neighborhood Saturday night and Sunday Miss Bettie Wise visited Miss Orpha Stevens Saturday night Mr Fred Patton and Miss Lizzie Allen visited at Mr J L Aliens Saturday night and Sunday Mr C W Stevens and little daughter Miss Elizabeth Louise visitedrelativesnear Beaver Dam SundayMiss Marie Stevens visited Misses Annie and Emma Reid Sunday af ternoon Miss Vida Felix pf Owensboro is visiting her sister Mrs T R Black Mr J P Coleman wife and little son Joseph visited Sulphur Springs Saturday and SundayI MATANZAS Sept 27 Farmers are very busy cutting corn arid preparing their ground for sowing wheat The tobacco is about all in the house r Mrs A T Brown Rockport is visiting her daughter Mrs W L James this week- Theodore Hill who has been very sick for two weeks is some better 1 Mrs W F Condit has a very painful w bonefelon on her hand H 0 Coffman is building a fine herei Render who are attending school at Hartford spent Saturday and Sunday at home hereMessrs A 13 Tichenor and Joe Hill have bought a saw and gristmill from Thos Balls and are doing- a good business with it here Born to the wife of Nat Lindley on last Thursday a boy A J Buskill and wife of LlverImore visited relatives hero last eek ltoy11hennrantiwifeLivermore re i ves 1 t eeltiaspItttea Early Risers The famous little pIUs 1etI P w Ii ul oircrrrrrrr trkrJr rrrrrri f I ISPECIALPRICESON i u 4 1rr JIr l tWewill for the nextthirty days only make the following + prices on Old Hickory Wagons if E 2 34 Old Hickory Wagons 5000 t 3 Old Hickory Wagons 5200 4 re These prices are complete with gear brake wild seat These wagons are no new things but something that you have known for a long time and something that will give you satisfaction We mean to make the wxt thirty lays big oOPS as rregards the wagon business and are making these prices to get your business Uelllmnber this is only for this length of time i Will also make some interesting prices on Studebaker and Mitchell wagons tt Remember we are headquarters for Fencing Wire the host grade of Field Seed and Fertilizers We have sonic prices I that will interest you Yours for more business + t T J TURLEY COMPANY tINCOIPOI ATf D1 J O JfilJ f t 4 4ji hip VAN mm Returns to Lexington to Find his Former Bride Dead Left nome Mysteriously anj wasI Believed to Have Met Foul Play i Lexington Ky Sept Setipg- ran Winkle in modern and up to lute form was revealed today I ih return of Samuel Snyder a for nwr wealthy jeweler merchant of this city who left home 21 years ago His appearance was surrounded by i deep mystery which hall never torn solved Itwas generally believed by friends ard relatives that he had been the victim of foul play and caused un told misery to his bride of three irontlis who was before her mar tinge to Snyder Mrs Sue Lyne gather of Sanford C and Willie hone thoroughbred brevier and turfmen weremaridgroom disappear joat before hristmas of the same year The roupjehwl gone to Louisville where Snyder had been called on business and while there they stopped at a tMhionahlo boarding house in thei wntral part of town ITie morning lifter their arrival Mrs Snyder aci pted an invitation to spend the day with friends and Snyder accompanied her to within n blook of the house j V Kiil her goodbye anu promised ton her at the boarding hme that tight but that was the ast seen or irnrd of him by his pride i After the wife imrtly regaindtxl art composure from the shockof Ae disappearance of her husband Jw had printed and sent broadcast throughout the country cards giving air description and offering x reward r t the return of tirau icadW 1tP it being fitwilt hd in Vmiivl at the tinu that Ill lad eith vie 1m Cf ri iils HdI f n n or j become suddenly insane Residents of this city in speaking of the disappearance of the man and his sudden reappearence today re t Ijugfound on the banks of a stream in InI dia and it was then decided that Snyder had committed suicide and his relatives came forward with an offer of the handsome reward for the recovery of the body At no time between the disappearance of Snyder and the death of his wifeseveral years ago did she ever hear from him Shortly before his marriage to Mrs Lyne Snyder was in the jewelry business in Lawrenceburg I Snyder is now about 15 years of age and has a flowing white beard His friends were unable to recog nize him until he introduced him self w There is more Catarrh in this sec tion of the country than all other diseases put togther and until the last few years was supposed to be earg1loctorI by constantly failing to cure with local teatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and there fore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manui factured by P J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken internaly in doses from 10 drops ito 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 I Send for circular and testimonals Address F J Cheney S Co Toledo 0- Sof11y Druggist 7oc Take Halls Family Pills for con t stipation mI Srnong Proof Jaggle How do you know you talked sensible to your wife Waggles She would listen tome BEREAVED COW Took her Own Life When Calf Was Taken Away From 1HerIlwioti1 IMiilne Tor Xrw York WorM Ira Worcester propnttpr of the Saco House is telling his guests about the suicide of his cow The animal was a valuable thoroughbred and for a few weeks had been the proud mamma of a spry little thoroughbread bossey The calf was taken away from her six days ago and she had been inconsolable Her big brown eyes had been path etic and actual tears had furrowed little channel down the rough Ia hide of her highbred face On the first night after the loss of her calf she jumped n fiverail fence escaping from the pasture to wander mourning about the streets lowing distractedly and complaining to the winds of heaven They responded notand one night she again escaped This time she started toward the business center evidently intending to visit the markets to find a possi ble clew her baby When the S oclockelectric car from Portland bowled into sight she seemed to rec ognize in it a special providential means of escape from her grief She waited so far to one side of the track that the motorman considered her out danger But as the car came opposite her she gave a sud den melancholy moo and leaped directly in front of the moving car The rounded end of the car sttuck her and she went down in a tumbled head Examination show her to so badly hurt that it was necessary to kill her at once A clear case ofII cow suicide says Proprietor Worchester sorrow fully 34I rqo re- of 111I Commendable Mrs Knighter I uppose you find new virtues in your husband every dayMrs Youngbride Yes he is so ordinarly he is getting up a system for horses- i Subscribe fo Tilt HKlUlillCAN ALES Ibe+ 0 y rr Grand Prize st Louis 1904iI fglurnhia CraphophonosBl WWW BEST TALKING MACHINES MADE Cylinder Machines 750 to 100 Disc Machines to 65 The Gfaphophono reproduces all kinds of mualo perfectly band orchestra violin vocal and Instrumental solos quartettes etc It Is an endless souroo of amusemont C tear orlglnnt Loud U nrJviilocl Musical B rllllunt Inspiringttrnctlvo + NNMNIIfaNII i25CI nn INININININININININININn1NINMN1ININIMNNIxININIXININININMxl Nei COLUMBIA Gold CylinderRecords uugxININIxINI N411Nlxlnpglg n IUI INnul Nlx IVEGETABLE SICILIAN HairRenewerl f17 I WWWWVW 12 IWt noteTHC ReCOil I RIch E C nturttdninguptlvutlnyf O uthvuttring RsonttntID S ttpcrlgr IIINwI1NIxINI11111YNIN11IIIYMMX 12511111 MII11111UUN 1 xln 1 I nplx 1 COLUMBIA DISC RECORDS Tlnch 50 cents ouch S per dozenlO lnch 1 each 10 per dozen Grand Opera Records made in 10Inch discsonly 2 etch recordwrecord cylinder and dltorn Columbia Phonograph Company H7II9 West Fourth Street CINCINNATI 0 Grand Prize L L8t Louis 1904 r w I I r PRESIDENTROOSEYELT Describes Ills Hunt For Big Gam in tne Colorado Mountains ttrllnvrnAI A ullI1 Hear trod cougars had once heel wey plentiful throughout ths u ti- onthat during the last three or foul the cougar have greatly dim 1yem in numbercthoughoiit North Colorado anti the hears liavi diminishtid nlwvdthoiiKh not to tin same extent Peat great grizzlie S which were wce fairly plenlifu Ii here are now wry rare as they IIru in most places in the United States Thereremain plentyof tit black and brown helm which lire simply individual color phases of UK t same species Black bear are not under normal vrditions formidable brutes I a tug do chaw and got home they may maul a man severely and there ar a number of instances on recard in which they have killed men Ordinarly however a black bear will oat charge lumtt tluiio h may bluster a good deal ICIIII shot one very ehr u up which inadt a m st Imntmtublu angry an I saim ed to lose its head its effort to eA cape resulting in its bouncing about a among the trees with such hevdliw hurrv that I was easily able to kill it Another black hoar which I alM shut at cliwe iiutrtitr came straight for my comjmnioiw and myself am almost ran owr the white huntei wh was with me This boar mudi m suind whatever when I first hit it I and I do not think it was charging- I believe it vm aimply duet and bv accident rniiUie wrong way and s- almo teamo into collision with im however when it found Itself fact I to face with the white huntor mill preiwould have brainwl it with another bullet for I I was myself standing but six feet 01 ari to one silt of it None of the 1 RIheats shot on this Colorado tril made it sound wvlivn hit they all diet silently likisso many wolves Ordinarily tny experience hay been that bears were not Hurried + when I suddenly came upon them They impressed me as if they were always keeping in mind the place toward which they wished to retreat 4 in the event ofdanger anti for this A i place which was invariably a piece J of reughtrrond or dense timber they 4nnade off with all passible speed not a seeming to lose their heads y Frequently I have been able tel watch bears for some time while 3myself unohservod With other Kama I have very oftoi done this l even when within close range not fwishhljt to kill creatures needlessly or without good object but with 1 bears my experience has been that chances to secure them come so seldom as t make it very dis tinctlyworth while improving any that do come Always Successful When indigestion become chronic I 4 it is dangerous Kodol Dyspepsia will cure indigestion and all trouble resulting therefrom thus prevent ing catarrh of the sUwiach Dr Newbrough of League W Va says To those suffering rfrom in digestion orfour stomach 11 would fiy there ismo better reimtly than Kodol Dispepsia Cure I have pre feribed it for a number of Imy pe r tient with good success Kodol r Dyspeyaia cure digests what pot eat and mattes the stomach sweet Sold by Z Wayne GrisKin Bro Crabs Attack Rattlesnake IMDUtil liHl Cot Neat York world James W Starrs experience with a female rattlesnake was notable He and his boys found the snake coiled on a roelc and petting a loop- yI ed string over its head took it into p a box and soon alter gave birth to I four young ones Two of these were dead but two were alive and soon began to act lively striking viciously at the human facet looking o V at them I TheStarrs brought some crabs form the stream nearby and put them into the boxas food for the old snake The crabs at once proceeded to attack the mother snake V soon cowing her and would have killed the young rattlers had not tarr got the pugnacious and plucky crabs out of the box When Dewey CrIedIThe following story of AdmiralI Dewey jg told by one of the sailors on the Raleigh and printed by the Kansas City Journal Just before the Battle of Manila when the order was given to strip for action the smallest power boy on the flagshir dropped his colt overboard He as ked permission to jump after it but was refused He went to the te of the ship dropped overdoard recovered the emit and was promptly arrested for disobedience Admira Dewey ppokeldnUly to theyoungste who broke down and said the coal I contained hictnolherspicture which he hat justTiinsed and he ccud no bear to see st lost Deweys eye filled with tears He fairly embrac ed the hoytntUurdered him release saying Bays who love their mothers enough to risk their lives for her picture cannot be kept in irons in this fleet i Bost For Children I Mothersbu careful of the health of your Children Look out for Coughs Grills Croup and Wlioopinj Cough Stop them in tlmeOneI Minute Cough Cure is the best reme- dyI Harmkjss and pleasant Con uiins no opiate Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro STRING OF PEARLS Imbedded in Womans Flesh May Establish Her IdenIi tity ilole ray t Iuwp ftli ot+k iUpon a string of pearl soalet about he waist when a child and m w Imhuhhctl in lien flesh Mrs Joseph Holdobor of Wakofielil Nob robe 4stablinhod her identity as Motto Pearl Princess of the house of Gujelf I Singh India and to prove her right to a fortune of TOOOOi now in theI Hank of England This string oi Jewels was put about her waist wirer a girl to be the insignia of her royal birth For 15 years Mrs Holdober has sought to establish her identity I and to prove to the consuls of Gel many and England in the United States that she is really little Moti Pearl daughter of the Prince oiI Gujelt Singh and it was to lay his claims to his estate that she left for Washington last week tier journey clIne tann abrupt end when the Chicago authorities after a hasty examination sent her to Dunning Asylum and in the same day confined her husband to the lie tention hospital and sejMjrated her two small children Before giving Host Mrs Holdeber was examined by severalprominent physicians who madcnfldavitto her sanity and told of making an examination of the womans abdomen where a number of Indian pearls were imbedded when she was a child Four large pearls may still be seen sewed in her skin while the scars where she has cut out a half dozen precious stones tell only too plainly that poverty has caused her to remove a gemfrom time and convert it into cash The original strand was worth 18000 This string of royal pearls together with the story she tellsishur only evidence of being an Indian Pirnccs und heiress to over 500000ieft by the house of Gujelt Singh and disposed by English officers in the bank of England j n n Get I SCOTTSEmulsion When you go to a drug store and ask for Scotts Emulsion you know whet you want the man knows you ought to have 4t Dont be surprised though H you are offered something tee Wines cordials extracts etc of cod Hver oil are plentiful but dont Imagine you aro letting cod liver oil when you tau them Every year for thirty years weve been Increasing he sales of Scotts Emulsion Why Because It has always been better than any substitute or It Send for free simple SCOTT d BOWNE Chemists 109410 Pearl Street New York SOo end 100 All druliIglata FORGOTTEN TRAGEDYI Revealed Wbtn the Minnesota River Found a New Channel IIetlrnr Minn llliintch Fiftythree years ago when the foreste wore still standing rainfal abundant and rivers and lakes mud higher than today steam boats used to ply regularly up and down theII Minnesota river between St and Mankato One of the best of these boats was the Engadine owned ard operated by the Western Steam er Gompany of Red Wing One day in the springtime when the water was at full Hood height spreading tulles wide across the val Jey the Kngadine left the landing at Wheatly bond down the river but hail not gone half a mile on her way when she was discovered to be sink jng have prung a leak in some rays terious manner that was never ex plaint Tire pilot ran her ashora on a small island in midstream and she held her place against the bank long enough for all the passengers to land and all the otlicers and em ployers except the captain and one roustabout a fellow by the name of Willian Civer to make their escape Then she swung into the current again broke from her fast timings flouted down stream around the next head in the river and dis appoard never to be seen or heard of again during the century The Captain and the roustabout both went down with the sinking boat Twentyfive years later the river bendIpermanently abandoned the old bed of the stream which became a part of the farm of 0 L Flint Last week Print commenced building a house in the little valley where the river used to run The celler was a large one 150 by 50 feet and five feet bolow the surface of tire ground Print longlostIhe found a full explanation of her mysterious sinking and the strange disappearance of the roustabout and CaptainWith limbs intertwined as if they had died struggling together two skeletons lay in the bottom of the hull and one of these skele tons was easily identified by gold rings and a gold watch as the re mains of the Captain while the oth er was naturally supposed to be that of the roustabout Through the oaken planking that had formed the bottom of tho hull of the vesseland was still in a good state of preserva tion were found three large auger holes near the point where the skele tons were lyingbeneath the remains also was found the large auger with which the holes undoubtedly were boredIt supposed that the Captain going below for some reason probably to ascertain the cause of tho leak found the roustabout at his nefarious work grappled with him and that both died in the struggle It has been decided that an inquest would be u useless formality and expense and could serve no good purpose ThH Colonels Waterloo Colonol John M Fuller of Honey Grove Texas nearly inet his Water loo from Liver and Kidney trouble in a recent letter he says 1was deadof these docItor50c bottle of your great Electric bitters which cured me I them the best medicine on considerI thank God who gave you edge to make them Sold and guaranteed io cure Dyspepsia Biliousness and Kidney Disease by Z Wayne Grime S Bro druggist at SOc a bottle Getting Even- I wouldnt wed the smartest man That ever lived said she You coulent madan hebegan Im married now said be CASTORIAFor The Kind YH HaY Always BNght Bears the- 8fgnsttueI of After You are Dead i If a man has been dead long enough he gets what is coming to- N f him When Thomas Paine died he was the most thoroughly abuse man in the country and it was not until he has been dead many year that his genius was understood Sentiment has swung so far the oth er way that last week his bust was piaced in Independence Hall Phil delphia that sanctuary of America partriotism Still when he died burialjeven NewIEngland The day will come how ever when his bonus will be brough back with all he homage that wa shown the body of John Paul Junes Striker Hlcicimi Rocks When your ship of health strike the hidden rocks of consumption Pneumonia etc you are lost if you dont get help from Dr Kings Nev Dioerlor consumption J W McKinnon of Talladega Springs Ala writes I had been very ill with pneumonia undo the care of two doctors but was getting no bet when I began to take Dr King New Discovery The first dose gUru relief and one bottle cured me Sure cure for sore throat branchitis coughs allClrcolds Guaranteed 2 Wayiii iriflm Bro drug store price 50c and 100 Trial bottle fret MUST PAY LICENSE Druggists Can no Longer Sell Patent Medicines Containing Excess AlcoholI The ruling Commissioner Yerkt that retail druggists who sell pat ent medicines which may he used as a beverage must pay the special taxes as retail liquor dealers has been received It will probably not he enforced for some time as the commissioner says that it will take at least two months to make a list the alcoholic preparations ofI come under the ruling There art many preparations that are merely alcoholic liquor in disguise and arc put up for the large class of people who could not think of their liquor straight but who must have thii ripple They pay an enormous price for their drinks but they prefer to do this to being known as drinkers n Monthly Report of Beda Public School The following is the average stand ing of each pupil enrolled for tin school month ending September 15th lt 05 Pupils were graded on the our following bases Attendance Puctu ulity Deportment and Scholarship 100 represents perfect Huth Bennett 09 Arnold Bennett JS Marvin Parks 98 Guy Bennett D7 Mabel Ashby 97 Letcher Ben nett 97 Erie Lile 96 Gerty Ben nett 96 Etta Bennett 95 Ester Hudson 91 Rosco Carson 34 Roy Her 91 Emmett Long 93 Cecil Carson 92 Ethel Davis 90 Lorenc Greer 90 Oren Maples 38 Vernic Easterday 90 Leona Hudson 82 Lonnie Parks 89 Mattie Parks 83 Mary Bennett 89 Pearl Easterday 34 Talmage Davis 88 Verna Car son 88 Seymour Bennett 82 Archie Hicks 80 Chester Davis 86 laude Maples 81 Clyde Hudson 3f Eura Jones 86 Ernest Hudson 58 Everet Hudson SO Elfiie Easter lay 83 Icy Parks 85 Janie Ben nett 81 Arlie Shown 79 Dora Ben nett 79 Jennie Tichenor 79 Myrtie Jones 79 Oma Tichenor 75 Virgie Bennett 73 Letha Ward 67 Robert shown 67 Ben Bennett 65 Rossic Prior 64 C K CARSON Teacher p Startling Mortality Statistics show startling mortality Cor appendicitis and peritonitis To prevent and cure these awful diseases here is just one reliable remedy Dr tings New Life Pills M Flannery ol14 Custom House Place Chicago ays They have no equal for Constipation and Biliousness 25c at- Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist Oldest Hen In Kentucky Evansville Ind Sept 25A hen in the family of George Bradley lying in Christian county Kentucky has just died at the ago of 21 It was the oldest hen in the State of Kentucky and for the past two years had been a family pot ITho Kind Yon Have Always Bought and wlilcli has been uso for ocr 30 years has borne the signature of alit made under his per sonal supervision since infancy 110 ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justnsgootl hut Experiments that trIfle and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment l What is CASTORIA Custorla is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare Boric Drops mill Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Ifc contains neither Opium Dlornlilno nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms nud allays Feverishness It cures Dlnrrh a and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates theFood regulates tho Stomach mill Bowels jiving healthy null natural sleep The Childrens PauaceaTiro Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years coMr nv f7 Mumu TrtiT New vault CITY M 7 171M Mf7M iMM j Harris Positive Pile Cure I The Biggest Seller of the Age Why Imiu + Ueiir coupdrtrly and it once It rrlltrt the piincn of a lUlnKilfHtU All wr7 01111CUUIdclitlOOllJv n lIrlll1 of radon but you wouM rather here IIh- t cutvt without tint knife HUlilS1 IMinlTIVK IHnrniC wllldolt Miitlnonlr by tr- I IrfltiUSHd IlmruinrnlCo Iml Forcnloliy tJH WILLIAMS Hartford Ky n S I IA BUSINESSman or younr a IIIUI who wmll win sarcesd in liethis being conceded it is 01 first tnipnr niite 10 got yur iruiuinj at the hlllll that stand in tlw t very trout ran- kBRYANT STRATTON Business College N E Cor Second and Walnut Sts Louisville Ky BOOKKEEPING Seven txi rieiiced teachers each one a Bpecul SHORTHAND i t io his liar Wrire for a heantitiil hunk giving TYPEWPI r ING ifiiiiii iiiini Iran crHiluutPi cpiipyinu prominent no + itie i vtt t LIIIJltit will lie niailel to you FREE Schoct prtl1 Ith t o S 4 110 tan rater til any lliu I E J WRIGHT President STEVENSi qJrenbanyo1roatomandBbotom I FreeIttbprop7IYou OrtaU haIL two Sn mpb tort I I SOUR Crack Shot 1d LEADERS MeIwr utworanJ STEVENS ARMS It TOOL CO- n aBoi ion FALLS MASS 118 A rilE IvKIUULlCAN i1 11ft Iahlitfl to dO i your llih Prhiimir in Hot alike mannerIII has been Its Allow are with the THCCNTuit MM4 CJHCOraE IIIe Low One Wy Colonist RateI Via Big Four Route To CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON OREGON IDAHOMONTANA UTAH and Intern tedtato territory TIckulMoii 4uteMclrItoMnyiK- For full information and particu lars as to rates tickets etc eat oni agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned VAKI1KX J rVSfll 111 STA IlntlOlutIOhlJ I r Hodol Dyspepsia GuN Digests what you eat +++wethH4+hF++++++4+ttFF+ 1 ++++ 1E + Fi+ 4t j FEMAClRA IiItmII tor + nnleturrlInr pnthetnnrIthid the only one that + heeprorrarobrnnnh ofntANndjiuItiYrrardforsill torinn if Iciiirtlo Trouble k 0Ornrolnnrnrntlrwera+ lino h Formleliy JH WILLIAMS Hartford Ky Jf4 ++++4 +++ +++f ++++ t+++++I++ +4+ i+t4i4M- tr I 1 THE ONTO COUNTY FAIR I tt Grander Bigger and Better this year than ever before 1Enlarged Premiums Insure Firstclass Exhibitions in speed and Show Rings each day- Louisville Brass Band in At tendance Hartford Republican IIIoed by the Hartford 1ahllhtngCumpnn- yUxrnxnaATnl C K HIITUIIIIrIxE =FSaxr Cuzn rlnnd EOIT ouch 21vr FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2IREPUBLICAN von JlElMinSKXTATIVi CHARLES C BEARD FOR tlllXI Jl1al- I W B fA 10RIroiicocNTV coniT CIKIIK W S TIN LKY FOR COlXTV ATTOIIVIV- K M WOODWARI FOR SIIKKIKP R B MARTIN FOR JAIlHIt OSCAR MIDKIFF riUIEIIINTENDENT or SCHOOLS i FAMES M DEWEESK r roit ASSKSSOII ill w CACHII I Olt KUIlVKVOH NATHANIEL MOXLEY j roll ClIKUNEtl JEROME ALLEN 1 FOR MAGISTRATE i 1 llnrtfonl Dlntrlct Xtlioln o llnrriiim 5 Cromwrll ll trlctW 1 Mlllfr j J Snlplnir HjirlnB nltrlct11IDenn 4 Kordsvllle Dlntrlct W K Kdne 6 llnford ItUtrlct Ilin S CbnmtitrlHln i 1 Vntrrtown Hlntrlot Ilrlnrl llmdfr t 7 Iturliport Dltrlct JolinSlllM 1FORCONSTABLEI 1 lrlrt 1 11 lInnlcCromwell Dlxtilct It 11 Young 3 Sulphur Spring t1trMlilkltr 4 1nrdnvlllo Mutrlet K 111CC CVntrrtnwn IlIotrlctII 11111 I 7 Iloflqiort Dlntrlct ImnwClHrk j f Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us I AMPLE OPPORTUNITY FOR EXPLANATION HAS BEEN GIVEN A prominent member of a certain iron bridge building committee who t is also a candidate for office on the Democrat ticket puts the following question to us through the editorial columns of the Hartford Herald linn tho editor of THE UARTFIIHII UK iTHUcix rrrr ratlnl nn nny lurmlirr i l tiny Iron lirlJ t bulMInK coiiimltte ol Ohio Ollllty for any Information II JOUJxuyfiin bHrrplra rrtut who It wits und nhrii you called on him And If youbNre- nut 111111 ni e rxplnln why For the benefit of the candidate iron bridge committeeman who penned these lines we will say that we have never interviewed privately nor personally any member of any iron bridge building committee with a view of gaining any informa tion about the iron bridges from him The reason why we have not is simply this Committeeman Judge J P Millers refusal to give our friend M S Ragland any tion about the time and informaI meeting of the committees cbntly met at the Judges office and Contracted for the buildin of the Ambrose ford bridge the Inol IeHamiltop nothing of importance could be obI tained from the knowing members of the committees But we have asked and are still asking these committees through the columns of TilE REPUBLICAN for an explanation- In THE REPUBLICAN of date o June 30 we said to the iron bridg- building committees as well as t the public People are asking us such questions as why it costs nearly twice as much to build an iron bridge in Ohio county as it does i Daviess county If any one can hel us to inform an inquiring public we would greatly appreciate the favor And the candidate committeeman and all the others made no response Again in TilE REPUBLICAN of date 1111Imitteegcan find out ten days in advance when the contract for the building of the iron bridge arras Rough creek at Ambrose foul will be let out can earn a neat little sum by notifying a certain bridge company whos address can be learned by applyin- at TUB REPUBLICAN office T which the candidate iron bld committeeman and all the other i made no response Again in TilE REPUBLICAN of dot of August we said to the snm committees and the public There is such an inviting field for the ironC budge business in Ohio county tha other bridge companies are willing to pay to get a chance to bid against I the Champion Bridge Co on th contract for building the bridge across Rough River at Ambrose i ford The committee on construe tlonlf they propose to give a square deal should notify all availablec bridge companies of the time and place of the letting of this as well I as all other contracts for the construction of the iron bridges And the candidate committeeman and all responsei of date I sameIweeks have passed since we invited the committee whose duty it is to contract for the iron bridge a across Rough River at Ambrose ford to explain how when and where thep letting of the contract would oc cur But as yet they have made no response And to this the candir theIIIn view of these various pointed pubs licstatementsand interrogations how can the iron bridge committeeman candidate who is now assisting IIand the Hartford Herald or anyone else have the audacity to ask us if we have called on any mem her of any iron bridge building com mittee for any information Have the iron bridge committees been given ample opportunity to explain u Dyspepsia of b an indication that the stomach and other digestive organs are weak or debilitated It causes no end of aches and pains and most common where people bolt their meals and- o and worry as they do in this count- ryHoodsSarsaparfa ed he dyspepsia it has a thismagIc disease For testimonials cures tend for Book on Dyspepsia No 5 C I Hood Co Low Moss WILL BE if they desired to explain If m t how can an opportunity he afforded then usIisayingeeelltteno1 o horse was less than six feet high t Sometime ago it harassed its few readers with the statement that the JuIgeanp1I debtednos of the county in the pnst thnwas not true passed it by as the seventeen feet hors joke is parsed by At this particu 1al time this great journal is annoying I I its few remaining renders with the statement that ten per cent has unlIper cent on s built in Ohio county during the pat beeconiidgseventeeon 4auUetj1 gag anyone be hove such a cock and bull storI figej c cost a single e abutment built in the last seven j thtt I cost a or built before that date given Show up ueII you rema o your readers to death I THE very bad condition of the public roads and bridges of the county Is the subject of almost universal comment County men are unable to understand how it is and why it is that each succeeding year they are com polled to pay more taxes and each year the public roads from lackofI work and public attention become g preceedlnI I I proper repair have become almost i nonity These are questions that are difficult to understand The ublic records relative to the publict funds covering the past seven years I show that more than 81000 more for public use has been turned into the coffers of the county thin was turned in in the preceeding years yet it is conceded that the public roads are in a worse condition than ever before in the history of the county It is true that since the the present considerablecampaign work has been done on the roads in some parts of the county for which the travel ing public is very gratefulbut those not worked since then present a most dilapidated sight And why is it Why have the roads been neglected andevery citizen of the county teen inconvenienced thereby i THE Hartford Herald has run out I anything to fill up its columns I 11aumn blank which no doubt is quite acceptable to many of its readers 111 THE Omaha Bee is authority for the statement that Col Bryan is thed nly Democrat in the country who can draw Democrats from a + greas pig race Its probably because is funnier than a pig race h THE Washington Post comes forward with an article headed What Democracy Needs Others have attempted to compile a list but have t been wholly unable to Complete it JAPAN has annoimM that her friendship with the United States is perpetual which lends Te to believe that Japan has seer the atist pho graph of our navy IT is quite probable that most of us would be more interested in tiIeIiscrap between the Swedes Rod No 1fiwejfins if we could tell them aluu diplOjIbecause he lIeereome tl ev rn e= ALL the Btaplcscxe wool fro the Wall strait lambs promises abundant crops this year CEHAlVOI LouIHville is visiting fj lends and rela lives here Miss Druiill Wood Paradise vi itIed relatives here Saturday and SUnI day Miss Madie Park Central Grove is spending a few weeks with Mrs L Everly- Miss Minila Wood ii visiting i Central City Milton Parks and family were here Saturday Thomas Richardson Godinan is spending a few lays with his son 1 JCR I 1 lnrl soni4 4 Rev W H Miller preached his 4 last sermon here Sunday His time being all taken uo in other places RENDERI 3 of Taylor 01there last Wednesday hand sirs Wm Moore seen the day in Horton last Wednesday Mrs Ophelia Harris spent the day Echols last Thursday Jno S Spence was in Central City last Saturday I 4 Jno Sanders went to Reynolds last 4 Saturday Ernest Andrew spent the day in Horton last Sunday James Cates Central City was ere last Sunday G L Miller Cloverport was here yesterdayE and Sam James of Louisville were here yesterday Len McGavock Cloverport was here today C M Baggerly Louisville was 4t here today j C Miss Fannie Campbell Nashville Tenn is the guest of Mrs Jno Spence i9 Misses Inn Jessie and Marie Cobb gEvansville are the guests of their 4cousinThere is some talk ofa wedding to 4Mrsto her home in Memphis Tenn af ft ter visiting her sister Mrs McDowell Fair chMAGANSept 26J E Coleman Owens visited his parents Mr Mrs James E Coleman one day arAllenand Mrs John R1lidkiffDeanfieldk the 17th were Mrs interredat Pleasant Hill cemetery the 18th J W who has fe ver is improvingMJ H Miller who has stomach 1 trouble and malaria is some better Miss Lena Miller of Hickory Grow and Messrs Jim Carter and Allie Wimatt Narrows attended field Be Sure to Attend If You Fail to See It the burden of the Ultimo is Yours Ladies Admitted First Day a fREE e Oct 1 I toa4 inclusive ra w A 19iisf1t 9iOur Fall mill Vinter Wearable i are ivady fur J your inspection TousotmfiehandUe ttflrlIyll tJo oC1w1 have peen bought soil puten sil ill our t 41l113hI111U1 Owing to the I iarp advance in muny 1 fo 1 lines of niMifhiuHlisf wy IIH actually Hliii ninny1P 49 articles at lugs than wo can hut tliuui Jo you can i ttJ1 I tlw croaiu stllekaofl 4iI+ ll you see till pilo of lints we are showing hofl1 ve havent beuii selling you we ant anxious to sell 4yua and Confidently bolitve that there is no mer a I i4 hunt tuba am i m lIuall around as welt Miss It t1 lt1 f1 An HppMituniy to zhuwtU what we have to oiler 9 will hen pleasure to us lulu it costs yon nothing to U t4 look J SHALL WE EXPECT YOU t Dress Gooes and I I 13 ReadyMade Skirts U 4i In this suction we distance all competition Wo fcj 4 hove the assortment of Fabrics in all the leading culms at popular prices Then+ is inn a pure in this it it44 ClIllIUIIICllookatthulI1 We will put our thm t iv14 against yours soil wo wont feel bad itoa do IIIIt i fi buv Uo r 1 1 1 Clothing Shoes i- j And Hats j 4tJls outfitters for men anti boys we curt compari JtgitJj4 1 JJj1 anti fitting pialities and you can depend on satisfac tfichandise At a very reasonably expense tot help us to unload our Shoes Suits HHK OIICmtti tftIF Beaver Dam Ky j i iii r 1r J at Beech Valley Saturday Thomas Miller went to Roseville yesterdayt Daves and sonDundee j visiting relatives in this vicinity Mrs Minnie Moseley Estes Mid 1 and Mrs Anny Wright visited I J H Miller who is very sickIe Thursday i rsbar sJohnston ti and children and are visiting at Hulls Messrs G A Ralph and H C Wright visited J W Ralph today John R Midkiff and family Deani visited his son Walter Midkiff I Friday visited i today spentSidSffJohnie Westerfield I and family are quite sick if IWanted OJ 1 at McHenry 1blinesMcHenry Ky MCHENRY COAL COMPANY tfitftu Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN 5r e r eeriee Or y t y- f e THE OHIOLt1IUNTYFAIR tf Grander Bigger and Better this year than ever before Enlarged Premiums Insure Firstclass Exhibitions in speed and Show Rings each day- LouisvilleI Brass Band in Attendance 4 f Hartford Republican t limed by the llartforJ rnMlihtmtCoinpiinyiV- COHrORiVKD C K HIITUJtIrayFSZOZSSa CumbrlancS34Rcurrh 7r 3 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2IcREPUBLICAN E Foil jiFriisiNTATivi j CHARLES C BEARD 1 OJ UHXTY JIllfl W B fAYLORC TOIIOOCSTV CQt ItT CIKI1K W S TIN LKY IOU COt NTY ATTOliXHY- K M WOODtVARUs11ElIIFI R n MARTIN FOR JAIlllt OSCAR M1DKIFF rlUIEmSTSIIIST III tlImll1I j FAMES M DEWEESE I is KOIl ASSKSSOI SAM W LEACH rOil suitVKVoit NATHANIEL MOXLEY j roil VouosKU JEROME ALLENI FOR MAGISTRATE- I llnttford Dlntrlct Xiholnn llnrrnio 3 Cromwell I l trlctW I Miller J Sulphur Irlnlt District VH Den 4 Fordnvllle District V II dI6 Ilnford Dlntrlct Urn S ChomberlahliI tmtertown liutrlct 7 lt ck nrt Ulntrlct lulin Mllen k FOR CONSTABLEI of1 Hurt lord UtetrletJ II Cromwell Dlntilct 11 M Young 3 Sulphur SprlnifH DNtrlrt Wnllrr MlilklR 4 PArilnvlll District K IIeldlIe viC7 lloflijiort Dhtrtct InmeiClurk isi f fCifI AMPLE OPPORTUNITY FOR EXPLANATION i HAS BEEN GIVEN A prominent member of a certain lic iron bridge building committee who is also a candidate for office on Democrat ticket puts the theII question to us through the a columns of the Hartford HeraldI bIfRLIrasany Iron bridge liulldliiK com mitt nt lihlu county lor any InformRtlon lIyounKIITVIIII hllVPIlIfflf lHtO Kho It WHIHD- dnbeii you called on him Ami II JimlmVH out rnllrd jdnnrie xilnln why For the benefit of the candidate iron bridge committeeman who penned these lines we will say that we have never interviewed privately nor personally any member of any iron bridge building committee Is with a view of gaining any tion about the iron bridges fro disJ P Millers refusal to give our isriend informa i Emeetingcently met at the Judges office and 4Contracted secretly for the building 6f the Ambrose ford bridge InI dian Camp creek bridge and th6 premisllIingt nothing of importance could be ob tained from the knowing members of the committees But we have asked and are still asking these com mittees through the columns of TilE REPUBLICAN for an explanation In TilE REPUBLICAN of date of June SO we said to the iron bridge building committees as wellas to the public People are asking us such questions as why it costs twice as much to build an bridge in Ohio county as it does i Daviess county If any one can help us to inform an inquiring public we would greatly appreciate the favorI And the candidate committeeman and all the others made no response Again in TilE REPUBLICAN of dat ouIII can find out ten days in advance when the contract for the building of the iron bridge across Roug- creek at Ambrose ford will be let out can earn a neat little sum by notifying a certain bridge company whoa address can be learned by applyin- at THE REPUBLICAN office Tot which the candidate iron bridge committeeman and all the otherImade no response i Again in TilE REPUBLICAN of date of August we said to the same committees and the public There such an inviting field for the iron bridge business in Ohio county that j willingItoI the Champion Bridge Co on the i contract for building the bridge across Rough River at Ambrose ford The committee on construe J tlonif they propose to give a square j deal should notify all available bridge companies of the time and I weilliit struction of the iron bridges And the candidate committeeman and all IiiAugust 18 we said the I a committees and the pUblictsevjal weeks have er ted the committee whose duty it i to contract for the iron bridgea across Rough River at Ambrose ford therof the contract would oc cur But as yet they have made no response And to this the candi dictate committeeman and all thee wIstatements and interrogations how dIIone k us if we have called on any mem er of any iron bridge building com of mittee for any information Have the iron bridge committees been given ample opportunity to explain Dyspepsiaan digestivem a It ceases no of aches and pains and most common where bolt their meals and the urry and worry as they o in this country can ed HocwisSarsapariila he cures dyspepsia it has II a diseaseI SIss WILL BE if they desired to explain If n t how con an opportunity lie afforded then Till Hartford Herald reminds t of the man of whom every body has heard who persisted in saying that a eel t dn horse was seventeen feet high shoo in point of fact th horse was less than six feet high fenw present d Fiscal Court hnd paid off 85000 i debtedness of the county in the pa seven years Everybody knew th statement was not true and parse it as the seventeen feet horI ejoke is pawed by At this pat ticu nr time this great journal IIing its few remaining readers WitI the statement that ten per cent has i anhI t per cent on S built in Ohio courtly during the pat beconsulgn lt horse joke just like the 3oOUO gag And why should anyone bei such a cock and bull storlwhen there is not a single fact or fig ure given on which tobase such a con j elusion The cost of a single hridI or abutment built in the last years is not given neither sevenI cost of a bridge or abutment t before that date given Show up the figures Mr Herald or shut up I yourIi TilE bated n of th public roads and bridges of the county is the subject of almost universal comment Country men are unable to understand how is and why it is that each i succeeding year they are com- pelted to pay more taxes and cac ear the public roads from lack ofin and public attention become little worse than the proceeding I year and the bridges over the small streams for want of material and repair have become nonity These are questions tha are difficult to understand The public records relative to the public funds covering the past seven years show that more than 81000 more revenue for public use has been turn into the coffers of the county than turned in in the preceeding years yet it is conceded that hi the public roads are in a worse con than ever before in the histo of the county It is true that the the present campaign considerable work has SI been done on the roads in some parts the county for which the traveling public is very gratefulbut those not worked since then present a most dilapidated sight And why is it Why have the roads been neglected andevery citizen of the county bee teconvenienced THE Hartford herald has run j anything to fill Up its column- and is now greeting the public with I good portion of its editorial colj umn blank which no doubt is acceptable to many of its readersIW THE Omaha Bee is authority for statement that Col Bryan is the only Democrat in the country whoin draw Democrats from a f greas the pig race Its probably because is funnier than a pig race ver PostTHE Washington comes for ward with an article headed What Democracy Needs Others have atternpteJ to compile a list but have TN been wholly unable to complete it- JAPAN lots announced that he r4friendship with the United States isI- S perpetual which leads one to believe that Japan has seen the latest pho graph of out navy h = eIT IS quite probable that most of us would be more interested in the scrap between the Swedes and Nor wearing if wecould tell them umrt odisproven htHeysfn 1rALL the Btaplcsexjept wool the Wall stret lambs promises It1abundant crops this yearI0 CEHAL yOISupt 25lira Ellie Pnllett Lou wville is visiting friends and rely tees here Miss Druzill Wood Paradise visit ed relative hers Saturday end Sun dayrMiss lladie Park Central Grove spending n few weeks with Mrs L Everly Miss linda Wool U visiting in Central City oiSlltuldaThomas Richardson Godnuui isispending a few days with his ofIRev W II Millet preached his last sermon here Sunday His time 55 being all taken up in other places 3 RENDERe JSept 26Jno Barre + of Taylor IIhere last Wednesday 41 Mr and Mrs Win Moore spent J Wednesdayh of Echols last Thursday j J Jno S Spence was in Central City fi last Saturday I 41 41SaturdayErnest Andrew the in 49tJames Cates Central City was here last Sunday q cIotLouisvilleLen McGavock Cloverport was cti IfereIfhereMiss Fannie Campbell Nashville Tenn is the guest of Mrs Jno S cMissesEvansville are the guests of their cousin Miss Nellye Harris ctMrs M H Collins has returned Ii afntt r visiting her sister Mrs Me1 Dowell Fair j MACaNsSept 26J E Coleman Owens yeMrsarAllenkfdiedat Pleasant Hill cemetery 18th J W Ralph who has typhoid fe is improving Mrs J H Miller who has stomach trouble and malaria is some better Miss Lena Miller of Hickory Grow and Messrs Jim Carter and Allie Winuatt Narrows attended field Be Sure to Attend If You Fail to See It the burden of the Blame is Yours Ladies Admitted First Dayr fREE i Oct 11 to 14 Inclusive 1 ir P ramps ft Rrn I oiiuif u 41 Our hull tool Winter Wearable are ready for J ti your inspection Tons of merchandi II f every de C J o j scription have boon bought and put on sal fur our I yr41 OSltlSS t lUll we can buy them Su you win l reaflily ao thu nocissity of onrly buying Conio i fe early ami Let lliocioain of tbe Stollktbtf itwe are cgq i you will wonder wlure i bey eaino from and wlioro iY I 41 vaic tilJ tt let the customers to buy tbom I II I 4f vo liuvunt heel IU II III wo iim J elyour cbant wlio can erviynn all around as well Miss I 1t1 lulunt Lit c1 An IIIIUlli to show vn tit Itwill1 I 00 K i SHALL WE EXPECT YOU U Dress Goons and tReadyMade SkirtsIn this section wo distance all competition Wo jj have the assortment of Fabrics in all the leading colors at popular prices Theiv is not a piece in this if mammoth stock of Dress inbl Tiimmins and Sills that can bo duplicated for tho price wo charge It 4 COI1lU and look at them Wo liIIut our time naint yours and wo wont fuel hud if you do nt i tHl + t 1 t Clothing Shoes 9 r4icllulpiu1 9son Wo know that wo howjw I tmny a line as can bo gotten together in this county Beautiful S IJJOUR SHOES ore from tIll most depondaldo fin I 1 tnrii8 in tbo United States have 8J t 8JKflnn IHle Beaver Dam Ky bIo rrrrr rsirYrrr r r r r r rrrC i bIo r church at Beech Valley Saturday nightThomas Miller went to Roseville Mrs Willis Daves and sonDundee i visiting relatives in this vicinity Mrs Minnie Moseley Estes Mid and Mrs Anny Wright visited I Thursday J H Miller who is very sick j I Mrs G A Rllphand children and I Johnston are visiting at Huffs Creek Messrs G A Ralph and H C Wright visited J W Ralph today i John R Midkiff and family Dean visited his son Walter Midkiff I Friday visited today spentiWesterfield and family are quite sick Wanted4 i MinesMcHenry COMPANYBy Subscribe for THE REPUBLIC- ANr exzAly rr SAre 4 1 t THE OHIO COUNTY FAIR JGrander Bigger before and Better this year I Enlarged Premiums Insure Eirstclass Exhibitions in speed and Show Rings each day- Louisville l Brass Band in Attendance f Hartford Republican Issued by the Hartford InhllhingCowpany INCOKIOKiVKD C i H3TIIlIrrmE =rnoEoC- uxn brlanc3mss Clurrh a13rvQ2 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 REPUBLICAN TICKET f FOR iinriisiTATivK CHARLES C BEARD FOU lOfXTY JITIIHK W B TAYLORI ron COUNT v POUIIT CIKIIK W S TIN LFY FOil COlXTV ATTOItXKV- IJ M WOODWARD FOR SIIIIIUFF R B MARTIN FOU JULKU OSCAR MIDKIFF HOlElllXTKXIiEXT SCHOOLS IAMESM DEWEESE i you ASSKSSO- IIAM w LiACH- NATHANIEL I rOUSLllVKVOU MOXLEY FOUCOIIOXKU JEROME ALLENI FOR MAGISTRATE 1 IIRrtlorIIIIlrlctShnIRe Marries 2 Crouiwrll Dlntrlct W P Miller j a Salplnir KprlnBn I ttIetW S lInn 4 For 1 Tllle DletrIetW II 1ljlIft Iluforil Illitrlct Ilin rt ChRmb Vntrrtnvrn DUtrlct Ilcrliirt ItnJrI7 llnrliiiirt Ulitrlet Juhn Mile FOR CONSTABLEII llnrltonl litrlcti II UrnnlICromwell DIttlctIt M 3 Hulplnir Sprlniw Dlntrlrt Wnltrr 1101111I 4 ITtrdnvllle IHntrlct E lleildfii C lVntvrtiiwn IIItrlctWII Hill i 7 llocliiort Ulntrlct Jnnift lurk i Examine the label on your paper tf it Is hot correct notify us j l I AMPLE OPPORTUNITY FOR EX PLANATION HAS BEEN GIVEN A prominent member of a certain iron bridge building committee who is also a candidate for office on the Democrat ticket puts the following question to us through the editorial columns of the Hartford Herald linn the editor of THE lURTrnnii Itr nutlets ever called on any lutmlirr ut any Iron lirlJuf hulllhllt rominlttw of Ohio county for any Inlormatlnn II you Kiiyrnn bHrrplrn etete who It KHinoil tbrn you called on him And yonhiirit not called plenee rtphnln why For the benefit of the candidate iron bridge committeeman who penned these lines we will say that we have never interviewed private ly nor personally any member of any iron bridge building committee with a view of gaining any informa tion about the iron bridges from him The reason why we have not is simply this Committeeman Judge J P Millers refufal to give our friend M S Ragland any informa tion about the time and place of the meeting of the committees that i Gently met at the Judges office rel Contracted secretly for the of the Ambrose ford bridge the Ini j dian Camp creek bridge and the Hamilton ford bridge after prcmis ing to do so signified to us that nothing of importance could be obI tained from the knowing members of the committees But we have asked and are still asking these com mittees through the columns of Tilt REPUBLICAN for an explanation In TilE REPUBLICAN of date of June GO we said to the iron bridge I building committees as well as to the public People are asking us I such questions as why it costs nearly twice as much to build an iron I bridge in Ohio county as it does in Daviess county If any one can help us to inform an inquiring public we would greatly appreciate the favor And the candidate committeeman and all the others made no response Again in TilE REPUBLICAN of date omIcan find out ten days in advance when the contract for the building of the iron bridge across Rough creek at Ambrose ford will be let out can earn a neat little sum by notifying a certain bridge company whose address can be learned by applying at THE REPUBLICAN office To which the candidate iron bridge committeeman and all the others made no response Again in TilE REPUBLICAN of date of Augusts we said to the sane committees and the public There is such an inviting field for the iron bridge business in Ohio county that other bridge companies are willing to pay to get a chance to bid against the Champion Bridge Co on the Contract for building the bridge across Rough River at Ambrose ford The committee on construc tlonif they propose to give a square deal should notify all available bridge companies of the time and place of the letting of this as well as all other contracts for the con struction of the iron bridges And the candidate committeeman and all the others made no response Again in Tim REPUBLICAN of date sevJIvited the committee whose duty it bridgeIto explain how when and where the letting of the contract would oc cur But as yet they have made no response And to this the candi didate committeeman and all the rfsponseIpointed pub lie statements and interrogations how can the iron bridge committeeman assistingiany one ask us if we have called on any mem ber of any iron bridge building com mittee for any information Have not the iron bridge committees been given ample opportunity to ex- plainDyspepsia Is an Indication that the stomach and other digestive organs are weak or debilitated It causes no end of aches and pains and it most common where- people bolt their meals and hurry and worry as they do in t his countr- yHoodsSarsaparilla GIFor testimonials of remarkable cures send for Book on Dyspepsia No S C I Hood Co LwU Moss r T WILL BE if they desired to explain If n t how can an opportunity be alTordei them TILE Hartford Herald reminds 11 s of the man of whom every body has heard who persisted in saying that a eel Min horse was seventeen feet high when in point of fact th horse was less than six feet high Sometime ago it harassed its few readers with the statement that tlu present Democrat County Judge and Fiscal Court had paid off 85000 in debtednos of the county in the past seven yours Everybody knew the statement was not true and pussw it by a3 the seventeen feet horde joke is patted by At this particu i ar time this great journal is annoy ing its few remaining readers with the statement that ten per cent lies been saved on iron bridges and twentyfive per cent on abutments built in Ohio county during the past seven years Of course no one be lieves the statement It iconsill Bred in the light of the old seventeen feet horse joke just like the 35000 gag And why should anyone be i lievo such a cock and hull story when there is not a single fact or figure given on which to base such a con elusion The cost of a single bridge or abutment built in the last seven i years is not given neither is the cost of a bridge or abutment built i before that date given Show uP- i the figures Mr Herald or shut up lest you bore the remainder of your readers to death TilE very condition of the public roads and bridges of the county is the subject of almost universal comment Country men are unable to understand how it is and why it is that each succeeding year they are com pelled to pay more taxes andeach year the public roads from lack of workand public attention become little worse than the proceeding IIa ear and the bridges over the small I t streams for want of material and proper repair have become almost a nonity These are questions that are difficult to understand The public records relative to the public t funds covering the past seven years show that more than 81000 more revenue for public use has been turn ed into the coffers of the county thn was turned in in the preceeding seven years yet it is conceded that the public roads are in a worse con dition than ever before in the history of the county It is true that since the the present considerablecampaign work has been done on the roads in some parts of the county for which the travel ing public is very gratefulbut those not worked since then present a most dilapidated sight And why is H7 Why have the roads been neglected and every citizen of the county been inconvenienced thereby i THE Hartford Herald has run out of anything to fill Up its columns and is now greeting the public with a good portion of its editorialcol umn blank which no doubt is acceptable to many of its quiteI THE Omaha Bee i authority for the statement that Col Bryan is the only Democrat in the country who can draw Democrats from a greas ed pig race Its probably because he is funnier than a pig race THE Washington Post comes for wan with an article headed What Democracy Needs Others have attempted to compile a list but have been wholly unable to complete it JAPAN has announced that her friendship with the United States i perpetual which leads me to believe that Japan has seen the iatist pho graph of our navy eIT is quite probable that most of us would be more interested in the wrap between the Swedes and Nor wejcins it we could tell them upnrt Mit ROCKEFELLEK disproves drinking It is probably because h knows that Standard Oil can neve become a popular beverage ALL the staplesexfept wool from the Wallstrset lambs promises abundant crops this year- CELtLVO i I LouImille is visiting friends and rela tives here Miss Druzill Wood Paradise visit ed relatives here Saturday end Sun- dRY Miss Mudie Park Central Grove U spending a few weeks with 111I G L Everl- yMisslinda WooJ is visiting in Central City Milton Parks find family were here Saturday I Thomas Richardson Godman is spending a few days with his son iC R m 11Ird50IlIIRev W H Miller preached his here Sunday His time being all taken up in other place RENDER Sept 26 Jno Barre I of Taylor Mines was here last Wedenesday I W H Minor Central City was I Wednesdayj Moore spentI the day in Horton last Wednesday Mrs Ophelia Harris spent the day in Echols last Thursday Jno S Spence was in Central City I last Saturday i Jno Sanders went to Reynolds last Saturday Ernest Andrew spent the day in Horton last Sunday James Cates Central City was here last Sunday G L Miller Cloverport was here yesterdayE and Sam James of Louisville were here yesterday Len McGavock Cloverport was here today- C 11 Baggerly Louisville wasI here today i Miss Fannie Campbell Nashville Tenn is the guest of Mrs Jno S S penceIMisses Ina Jessie and Marie CobbI Evansville are the guests of their cousin Miss Nellye Harris There is some talkof a wedding to take place here in the near future Mrs M H Collins has returned to her home in Memphis Tenn af ter visiting her sister Mrs McDowell Fair j j j ISepttoro visited his parents Mr and Mrs James E Coleman one day last IW aAllenand Mrs John R Midkiff Deanfield 1interredthe 18th J W Ralph who has typhoid fe ver is improving J H Miller who has stomach trouble and malaria is some better Miss Lena Mi11elof Hickory Grove and Messrs Jim Carter and Allie Wimsatt Narrows attended Be Sure to Attend II You Fail to See It the burden of the Blame is Yours Ladies Admitted First Day I FUEL OCt Ii to 14 Inclusive 4 gH jj Tpv TTV tries4t UL Bro If 4 tY it 2 4 kjy44s1lltllIl huvo liton lHIIgIlt and put mi sal Iinul U I ofr41 8s wo can buy then fcju you can b itCfe In j Millinery 9 9 1 shouiug9i1 1 jj wcaie gnilh to tret the eiHtoinors to buy them If iIoti wo havunt Itueii wllin yon voiu anxious to soil 1 you lull coiiHiltJiilly bullivo that tliuru is no inur j 4 hunt who an orvi yu all aronnd as well Miss 1J 4 ife1 An iiiinrtuniy to show vu what wo have to offer iJ4 will lie a pleasure to us anl it costs you nothing tot tj ooh f1 SHALL WE EXPECT YOUis1 I 55 Dress Gooes and u H ReadyMade Skirts S 94eC1 colors at popular prices TJieiv ismt a piece in this irt 4 mammoth stuck of Dress t ill is TrimmingK and iSilky that eau bo duplicated for tho price we charge titr 7 Como and look at then We will put our tine J against yours and wo wont feel had if von do mt l tj buy t 9s I 4 9 ClotHing Shoes 9 gJ t s son wo l 1Ii rtring u glue acs can 41 be gotten together in this county 15eautiful iJ ftJa HJjitJ ftJi OvcreuatsFurniture S 41 Ifc 4 Beaver Dam Ky t r lb at Beech Valley Saturday nightThomas Miller went to Roseville yesterdayMrs Daves and son Dundee visiting relatives in this vicinity Mrs Minnie Moseley Estes Mid kiff and Mrs Anny Wright visited J H Miller who is very sick Mrs G A Ralph and children and Mrs Johnston are visiting at Huffs Creek Messrs G A Ralph and H C Wright visited J W Ralph today John R Midkiff and family Dean field visited his son Walter Midkiff Friday Sam Edge and family TafTey vis Baugntodayi t spentfyI Johnie Westerfield and family are quite sick 4 IWanted MinesMcHenry CoC1fPANYBy I Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN I I I H AW fKJ FAIRS GRATITUDE We certain ly fed grateful to iliu liilios for their presence at our Full Opening The many coiupli tltettt4 rwoivod niakt us fle1 that wo havt the best selected stuck in Hartford It will bo our honest Midvnvor throuahont tlii Full and Winter to givo our customers the very 11KST GOODS at the lowest possihlo prires n Fairs Millinery A grand succors was our Millinery opening Satur day Tim crowds that thronged our Millinery par lors the ontiro day and the high compliments paid our display aro better testimonials of their beauty thou an ad writer dill portray If its style ijuality and low price come direct to hairs for your I i- utFairs fall Woolen Dress GoodsOf course you will want a now Skirt or Suit for tIll Uliio Ionnty Falnn wo want to sell it to you Our stock consists of all the late weaves and i shalfs in both Plaids and mixtures at prices running Iron lie to I25 per yard For a tli nutlU cull and examine our Silk and Dross Stork hI Fairs Cloaks I Furs and Skirts I Just a tritlf truly to talk Wraps Our stork is in ami spun are buying in order that they nuts gut j r choif Wt pride ourselves on showing the pret tied lint in Childrens told ha lies Wraps that it j has ovi r bton our pleasure to show Come let us show you tho stork our styles and prices will do tho Pest j t We extend to you a cordial invitation to visit us and inspect our Fall Merchandise I Remember The Place v Marford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBERS Illinois Contra RailroadTime Table Knrtli llitltHlNn ladnid7 n m Nn I4doltanp I- Illo lnf dr d7 p III Kotilli Monnd- SO ill llK1IIOl So IH1 it ftM p in So 1st dvJUp ra MnTu THE BKVWBMCAN tin J print LM alrnnrce Wrmorjr Xaltr ObllnnrlM RnnlnliniiH of Bew- pEIeInthe rrzlrnl ol ISO words Alt nvcr llinl Mtnonnt feclnirK r rnl the Jf rtP nl le per word eh In iwtvanre Arllrlr IN exeena al 13O word will tic ml down 10 rrqalwl limit nnlww innnr Is st wllli iiiiuinMrlpt Po try le n wrd in every ln innee w For school shoes visit Carson Co I We pay 15c for Eggs CARSON Co For a good work Coat or PantsV seeFairs lineIFresh Oysters served in any style at City Restaurant City Restaurants Vegetable Sou 4 t is so good Try it I Buy your Underwear at Fairs p I you will save monjy I Buy Fairs 36inch Black Taffeta Silk for long Silk Coat 0 The Plaid Woolens and Silk forI Waists are found at FairsciJf Judge L Francis Render was a very pleasant caller Tuesdayow Arbin Petty the tailor is ready to do your work in flrstcl sstyieIMr W- r P I Springs called to see us Tuesday If you need a new Suit visit Carson Co See us for Fall Clothing of all kinds CARSON Co tfyou want fine footwear v Carson Co Fresh Oysters Fash and Celery at Citv Restaurant nFor Fresh Crackers and Cakes to City Restaurant I Get Fairs prices on Clothing Can please you at a low pricerFiftyfour inch Broadcloth in all 10the new shades at Fairs Mr Joe B Rogers Beaver Dam was a pleasant caller yesterday Clothing now ready for inspection at Long Cos Economy Store Get your Meals and Lunches 1vhenRev in Hartford at City RestaurantM tingIMr L C Goering went to Owens boro Saturday returning Sunday ICream and Brick Cheese SausagetJ Boneless Ham at City Restaurant ypanday coBrtngors Lard and Bacon to arson Co Judge J W Lytle was the of friends in Hartford Wednesda IEggsl Eggs I City Reataura wants them and will pay you ti cashatHon M L Heavrin was in Louis will on business the first of the weekpILadies clothing pressed by JAPetty manager of the Hartford to Pressing Club t That riot Fish at City Restau rant is simply fine McCall Patterns ot FairslOc and 12c Nothinghigher The Fair begins Wednesday Oct o ber 11th Dont miss it City Restaurants Ice Cream simply delicious Try it Mr Leslie Leach Taylor Mines a pleasant caller while in town Tu day Mr T D Owen Livermore was a pleasantcaller while in town Wed nesday For tho best line of Childrens School Shoes buy Priesmeyers Shoes at Fairs You can always get the latest at newest things at Long Cos Econ omy Store Mr C K Reneer Centertown called to see us while in town last Saturday Be sure and see our new clothing befere buying elsewhere CARSON Co- W1NTEn5011 dozen Eggs 1V pay 1lc cash 15c in trade SANDEFUU Co j Dont fail to see the big line of i nowlIzas were the guests of Mrs C E Smith last Friday I Mrs James Fet ned ti latter part of last week from a few i days visit at Olaton Think of us just before it rains and price the umbrellas at Long j Cos Economy Store EdmonI81nj i A highclass Louisville Brass FuirI1 rugs linoleums and mattings now tILong Gos Economy Store City Restaurant surely fed thej people last Saturday Indian ball game Thank you all so much Mrs Riley Felix of the Victory neighborhood is the guest of her son Mr James Felix and family Come and look at the new in ladies neckwear now on displ at Long Cos Economy StoretSee our line of sidecombs beads handbags and so many things we cannot mention LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE Leave your laundry at Cleve Ile grocery Work guaranteed Prom delivery Agent Richmond Lau dry 4 t1M Aint those Steak Meals the City Restaurant serves just outof sight Try one next time you are hungry Mr L H Norris Owensboro was northIn ay and Sunday Mrs C 11 Crowe has received notice of the serious illness of h g0sister Mrs Elizabeth Herndon Auburn Ky Exciting running and trotting each day at the fair by the ry best horses ever seen in this section to of Kentuckyal alMrsof relatives at Rockport the latter part of last weektoE M Crowe W T Miller Thomas Barbour attended th- ethodist e to Conference at Leitchfield age first of the week Mr Sam Bach and family wi Ilfor leave for Louisville today when- they will attend the Celebration a Hebrew new year Mrs Alex Grigsby left last SaturI morning to visit her sister Mrs TIcountyMiss Margaret Duncan Louisville who has been the guest of relatives severalay basee1 27 neeandmake it look as good as newofCity Restaurant most uptodate Vm in Hartford Everything Jneat as a pin Everything good eat as order The ledof4rnrlsue 4t4r e hazLNC Capt S K Cox will go to Owens boro on business to day Cpmmonwealth Attorney Ben1 D Ringo Owensboro is in the city On account of holiday our store will be closed next Saturday nclIISMr and Mrs A E Pate are the proud parents of n new baby girl 4csJudge J P Miller who has been quite ill for the past few days is im proving slowly- Everybody is expected and invited to attend the Fair Theyll be there with their wives daughter sons and sweetheart Ladies free first lday spending henHessThe Louisville Stars will cross sticks with the Taylor Mines baseball team at Beaver Dam at 1 oclock 6illresignedhisRough River Telephone Co and has moved with his estimable young wife to Louisville l Judge R It Wedding has moved his law office from rooms over the Ohio County Bank to rooms over J eILVJdliamsdrug store now occupied 11 Crowe FranIcisco Cal who has been the guest of relatives in the county forseveral days was a very pleasant caller at TilE REPUBLICAN office Monday land70acresrstate cultivationIying op posits the Ohio County Fair groan Also one house and lot in Hartfor For price and terms call on CAL P KEOWN tf Hartford Ky Every man owns it to himself a 111r his family to master a trade or pm fessioth Read the display advertise ment of the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy in this issue and learn easy a young man or young lady Imay learn telegraphy and be assured a position tf MrJi B Wedding was united in Smithay at S Con the 12th inst Wedding is the second son of Julia Wedding of Hartford and one of the very best of Ohio county young men He has been Secrets DIrpast ye iInto C A work Mrs Wedding learn is a most excellent lady and worthy in every way the hand of tthe man of her choice TilE REPUB UCAN joins the host of friends of the young people in wishing them a happy and blessful future f rLicense to Wed 4 The following permits to wed have J been granted by County Clerk M S Raglandsince our last report 1 211ofto r age 21 Nathaniel Ward Nocreek age 22to Myrtle Harper Nocreek age 18Hen K Docky Taylor Mines age 18 J Rubie C Woodruff Taylor Mines 14 J N Oldham Beaver Dam v age 47 to Effie May WallaceRosine J 33 D H Bolton Rockport age to Lula Nickel Rockport age 17 James R Likens Render age 32 + Commodora Clark Rosineage 16 Alney DeWitte Cabot Ky age 20 Lydia Margaret Voyles Jones fol 16 William A Miller Taylor jr Mines age 19 to Rosa Smith Tay Mines age 18 Bernard McDow LfCASTORIA J son For Infants and Children Kind You Nero Always Boight BMUTS the- t3tgaatxre of McDowellBrown Near Hamlin Chapel September a very pretty Wedding was wit by many friends of the con parties At the residence the brides parents Mr and Mrs Brown Miss Cassie Lee Brown leUinyoung couple left for the home I Porter McDowell where a beauti liiiii Y iDTI 4 6 out can be as to is a I s j is it is to you tlyj r for for that a few for you i is the can be tin it fit to heal 1 F falls chased style which money ready Only words place where money Take when ready All styles I 1 i i a ++ + 4 +++ +++ +++++ +++++ + JCI rc ra to J W President T WORE H P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLBROOK Asst Cashier + =o C V o t+++++++ + ++ ++ +++ i ri 4 + +++++ ++ ++++ ++++ siiiiper Wits serves T n r Itvd ests were Hisses Mattio Cook ln Henill Annie Warren AJaud Black und Mr and Mrs Tnompsou Black Miss Warren Mrs Chalrie Black Mrs Dr McDowell Beach Clarence Car John and wife Rev G Bean Mrs G C Dodge San Francisco Cal and Henderson McDowell After supper the man departed for their home wishing the young couple a long and happy life C DIf4 At Club I wonder how old Valentine really is I should likBto see herpirth car r i CL 71 R fi DWIHWJSalveFor P01 sari With all your Suns nur Wear and leek with tho latest productions WE HAVETHEM You not Clothingit hero for we the best and iguarantee every Suit give satisfaction Our stock complete in every I LISTENWe can sell you neat and dressy Suit of good material in dou bee and single breasted you would to IrlY ittltl any hn fin ou1y 6751 I JIillthreeIillcl 75O JThu Fair nearingund up to get best little and havo it occasion This the Lest to rellwmberI 0to that impression you you gut purohiiee 1oOtSAMBACIIJcC daess9rW-e +BANK OF HARTFORD I ICapitalStjcurety Depositos 91DOO00 i FORD JOHN Cashier iH01J + Dundee Messrs Herald Brown friends The Womens SheownsupioSG tificate bun1eUUi1 uriiit havo have f1 lJiersImpure blood always shows thenbollsnerves then neuralgia nets yousness depression If the Sarsaparilla dyspepsiabiliousness Your doctor knows the remedy used for 60 yearsll- etornliir from the Cuban war I w 1ealtbwuoneSntfewbottleOtAfere fC UOBULKU icnulOD h caAaImpure flood I thebewols ft r I r WMiPtf19If 1 FAIR 9- rGRATITUDE I We certainly fed grateful to the ladies for their I IilueslII l utour Full Opening The many compli ment received make us feel that wo havt the best selected stock in Hartfoixl It will IOtu honest endeavor throughout tit Fall and Winter to give our customers thu very 11KST GOODS at the lowest t possible prices Fairs Millinery A grand success was our Millinery opening Satur k tiny The crowds that thronged our Millinery per lors the entire lily and the high compliments paid t our display aro better testimonials of their beauty = than an ad writer cut portray Ff its style quality and low prier come direct to hairs for your t Fall l ia- tFairs 0 Ii Woolen Dress Goods Ofcourso you will want a new Skirt or Suit for till Ohio County Fair and wo want to sell it to you Our stock consists of all the lulu w aves and shades in both Plaids and mixtures at prices run I ning front lot tol2r per yard For a stylish t outfit tllllllcltxluuinl our Silk and Dress Goods Stock t e fe t Fairs Cloaks Furs and Skirtsi Just a tritlt i arly to talk Wraps Our stuck is in null sonii are buying in order that theymay got IlillilW pride ourselves on showing the pret tiest line in Childrens and Lilies Wraps that it i has ovcr btHii our pleasure to show Conic lot us 4shutyyou the stock out styles and prices will do tho re We extend to you a cordial invitation to visit us and inspect our Fall Morchandise Remember The Place t r t t 4 rlarford Republican =e FRIDAY SEPTEMBER Illinois Contral Railroad Time Table 1 Nnrlh ttnrndNn I3tti 4l 7 n m No Iiiln0i m- loII2III Jr I in Hun Mound Xn lt ilxIIVU II D- OSnII 41H 5M p nil Nu Ill tIIIIm 4t NOTlft Tllt RKPUIIMCAN will prlnl tees alrhnrco Memory Nntfc Obllnnrlf Rntnlnlinim of RfdoEtc In the pzlrui ol 130 word Allover that Mnannl se rtinrcn for ft l the ol to M r word enh In mtvaaer tfrftf+1 In fxrrtm ol 110 wordH wil- lbcntdwwto rvqnlwl limit nttlrw money K WMII with Minnnvcrlnl Vo try le it wrd in every lnninii c tFor school shoes visit Carson Co We pay 15e for Eggs fCARSON Co For a good work Coat or Pants f 7 see Fairs line Fresh Oysters served in any style at City Restaurant City Restaurants Vegetable Soup is so good Try it Buy your Underwear at Fairs you will save mon y Buy Fairs 36 inch Black Taffeta Silk for long Silk Coat 4 s The Plaid Woolens and Silk for Waists are found at Fairs 4J Judge L Francis Render was a very pleasant caller Tuesday ArbinPetty the tailor is ready to do your work in firstclass ty eIMr W- r P Midkiff Springs called to see us TuesdayI 3r 1141 If you need a new Suit visit Car son Co See us for Fall Clothing of all kinds CARSON CO- t If you want fine footwear nisi Carson Co Fresh Oysters Fish and Celery at City Restaurant For Fresh Crackers and Cakes g to City Restaurant Get Fairs prices on Clothing Ca priceI in all the new shades at Fairs Mr Joe B Rogers Beaver Dam was a pleasant caller yesterday Clothing now ready for inspectio- at Long Cos Economy Store Get your Meals and Lunches when in Hartford at City RestaurantI Schroaters Floating Studio is com ing back to Hartford October 5th IMr L C Goering went to Owens boro Saturday returning Sunday ICream and Brick Cheese Sausage Boneless Ham at City Restaurant I Economy is practiced when you buy in Fairs 5c and lOc Basement I Bring your Eggs Chickens Feathers Lard and Bacon to Carson Co I Judge J W Lytle was the gues of friends in Hartford Wednesday IEggsl Eggs City Restaurant wants them and will pay you theI cashjHon M L Heavrin was in Louis ville on business the first of the week Ladies clothing pressed by JA Petty manager of the Hartford Pressing Club That Hot Fish1 at City Restau rant is simply fine McCall Patterns ot FairslOc and 12c Nothinghigher The Fair begins Wednesday October 11th Dont miss itIaCity Restaurants Ice Cream i I simply delicious Try it Mr Leslie Leach Taylor Mines wa a pleasant caller while in town Tuesday Mr T D Owen Livermore was a pleasant caller while in town Wednesday For the best line of Children School Shoes buy Pricsmeyurs Shoes atFairs You can always get the latest and newest things at Long Cos Econ omy Store Mr CK Reneer Centertow called to see us while in town last Saturday Be sure and see our new clothing befere buying elsewhere CAUSOX Co WANTED 500 dozen Eggs Will pay 1lc cash 15c in trade SANDEFUK Co J Dont fail to see the big line of i Peters shoes we arc showing now LONG Co IMr and Mrs T1 Everly Mala zas were the guests of Mrs C Smith last Friday EI Mrs James Felix returned the latter part of last week from a few days visit at OIatonIIThink of us just before it rain I and price the umbrellas at Long i i Cos Economy Store EdmonIraunt IA highclass Louisville Brass Band will make music for the Fair None better in Kentucky Some beautiful patterns in oil rugs linoleums and mattings now a- Long t Cofi Economy Store City Restaurant surely fed the I people last Saturday Indian ball game Thank you all so much I Mrs Riley Felix of the Victory neighborhood is the guest of her son Mr James Felix and family Come and look at the new thing in ladies neckwear now on displa at Long Cos Economy Store See our line of sidecombs beads handbags and so many things we cannot mention LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE Leave your laundry at Cleve Her s grocery Work guaranteed Promp- delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 4fitf Aint those Steak Meals the City Restaurant serves just outof sight Try one next time you are hungry Mr LII Norris Owensboro was northtI n and Sunday Mrs C M Crowe has received notice of the serious illness of her sister Mrs Elizabeth Herndon of Auburn Ky 1Exciting running and trotting races each day at the fair by the best horses ever seen In this section of Kentucky Mrs W H Griffin and daughter Mrs A D Buskill were the guests lattenpart of last IRev E M Crowe W T Mille- and Thomas Barbour attended the Methodist Conference at Leitchfield the first of the week Mr Sam Bach and family will leave for Louisville today where they will attend the Celebration of the Hebrew new year Mrs Alex Grigsby left last Saturday morning to visit her sister Mrs Manda Hendric of Griffin Daviess county who is quite ill Miss Margaret Duncan Louisville relativestj days will return home today baseIment IIwillplace in Hartford Everything neat as a pin Everything good to eat Everything copked as order ledI Capt S K Cox will go to Owens boro on business to day Commonwealth Attorney Ben D Ringo Owensboro is in the city On account of holiday our store will be closed next Saturdays SAM Bdcll Mr and Mrs A E Pate are the proud parents of a new baby girl born Monday Judge J P Miller who has been quite ill for the past few days is irr proving slowly- Everybody is expected and invited thereswith their wives daughter sons and sweetheart Ladies free first day Mr W T Woodward after spend ing sevral weeks with his family left Monday for Owensboro where he will engage in the carpenter Busi ness The Louisville Stars will cross sticks with the Taylor Mines base ball team at Beaver Dam at 1 olcloc p m next Sunday a splendid game is expected Mr W A Chandler has resigned his position as manager for the Rough River Telephone Co and has moved with his estimableyoung wife to Louisville Judge R R Wedding has moved his law office from rooms over the Ohio County Bank to rooms over J H Williams drug store now occupied by Hon C11 Crowe Mrs BettieQ Dodge San Francisco Cal who has been the guest forsevemlITHE REPUBLICAN office Monday IFon SALE 100 acres of land70acre nlIAlso one house and lot in Hartford For price and terms call on CAL P KEOWN tf Hartford Ky man owns it to himself nn Iferj to master a trade or pro fe sionlHead the display advertisement of the six Morse Schools o Telegraphy in this issue and learn how easy a young man or young lady may learn telegraphy and be assured a position tf MrR B Wedding was united i marriage to Miss Daisy 0 Smith a the First Baptist church of Charls ton S Con the 12th inst Mr Wedding is the second son of Mrs Julia Wedding of Hartford and is one of the very best of Ohio countys young men He has been Secretary of the army branch of the Y M r yenta rendered excellent service to the Y M C A work Mrs Wedding we learn is a most excellent lady and worthy in every way the hand of the man of her choice TilE REPUB LICAN joins the host of friends o the young people in wishing them happy and blessful future License to Wed The following permits to wed have SIE C Jackson Fairest age 24 to Ethel Fulkerson Fairest age 21 Nathaniel Ward Nocreek age 22to Myrtle Harper Nocreek age 18Hen ry K Docky Taylor Mines age 18- to Rubie C Woodruff Taylor Mines age 14 J N Oldham Beaver Damage 47 to Effie May WallaceRosine- age 33 D H Bolton Rockport age 25 to Lula Nickel Rockport age 17 32r1 to Commodora Clark Rosineage 16 20rto Lydia Margaret Voyles Jones age 16 William A Miller Taylor Mines age 19 to Rosa Smith Tay- bar Mines age 18 Bernard McDowell Hartford age 23 to Cassie L Brown age 20 ye- arsCASTORwI AFor Infants and Children The KM You Hue Always Braght IBM18 the of McDowellBrown Near Hamlin Chapel September 27 a very pretty Wedding was wit conI IeInThe young couple left for the home I Porter McDowell where a beauti liiR fJ 1 iTI J Mr Mrs Rev Mrs Mc At all HUM out productions THEM can of Clothing nut chased for guarantee weI give satisfaction is complete lS UISTBN Ican a dressy of blo breasted ito IIJIJI in 1111rielsgrades 1111c styles A black Thibet Suit diilerent styles only P7 eeJo Tho Fair is nearingand it is up to to best fur little money it ready rim that oc casion Onlya fine for you to remember dPhis is place the best can bo had lit g tie money that impression fin it fltllfwe- alF1ne TVO Tt 3 II ivearstyles quality prices I SAM BACH I Hartford Ky L1V11 sVSWV DClrCHUiIDIDlF 7Wl717 t Hot i c+ r+ + + ra + o tF4 + + H + +++++ + fi + +i+ aRANK OF HARTFORD r iPOI a Capital Stock = S4DOOOOO tSurplus I I OOOOO Stockholders AlcJJ Liability 4OOOOOO I a Securely to Deposhos tI OOOOO Cashiert i i itJo v + +++ ++ + + oIV + H + + irr4l ff+ I fi supper was fiervel 7 v its d jrwts were Hisses Maltio Herald Warren lau Black and and Mrs Tnompso Black Miss Warren Mrs Chalri Black Dr McDowell Dundee Messrs Beach Herald Clarence Car son John Brown and wife G J Bean G C Dodge San Francisco Cal and Henderson Dowell After supper the many friends departed for their home wishing the young couple a long and happy life C D Womens Club- I wonder how old Valentine really is- She owns up io 26 I should liketo see JCel girthcer + tificateJ i to en ounelve it burp1 up duringtheiivtl Wait j I DoWttsffiNatv For Piles Burn S TM With your Sum Wear and leek with the lulls latest WE HAVE You not be as4Ssured your if they were pur here havo the Jest every stock every style 11o sell you neat and Suit good material in IOU and single which you would havo pay SlO1 wluiv fur only 6 We carry the record black Suits all flue three I i you get tlci null havo words the where 1r Take will bone All anti JNCl Ar30IAH J i a4fF Coon Lnn Annie The f 1 ziyerseImpure blood always shows ry somewhere If the skin then boils pimples rashes If the nerves then neuralgia nerv j ousness depression If the Sarsaparillastomach I h appetiteYour r remedy used for 60 years I ItelrntnIf trnm war I1a wreck ll Iuwa bad aid nt I6IInpuUIII C INiKiiLiB tfcrautonnu A IIMbottle rclitne r All dru tIIfor JjOwjM N Impure Blood thebewele t n0 oL r AMMIdbV1aMM PAIRS GRATITUDE fewrtainly fed grateful to Clio hulled fur their Iprlsellc Itt our Fall Opening The many compli ment received make as feel that wo havt tho bet selected tock in Hartford It will he our honest endeavor throughout the Fall and Winter to give our customers the very UKST GOODS at tho lowest Itussihlu rices 04I R Fairs Millinery A grand success was our Millinery opening Satur I K day Tho crowds that thronged our Millinery par lors the entire day and the high compliments paid iur clo plalO bettor testimonials of their beauty bthan an ad writer can portray If its style iiiality and low price come direct to Fairs lilt your Full Hat 4Fairs Woolen Dress Goods I j Uf Course you will want a new Skirt or Suit for I a the Ohio ounty Fa1unIIU want to sell it to j you Our stock consists of all tho lute weaves and 1 shades in both Plaids and mixtures at pricey running front lou to12ii pug yard Fur a tylio e Stock outfit call Mild fximiiiii stir Silk and Dress hI e Fairs Cloaks Furs and SkirtsJust a trifle early to talk Wraps Our stuck is inIand some are buying in order that they may get J plutI tilt a a has evor buen our pleasure to show Conic lot us show you the stockom styles and prices will do the- rest 4 b I We extend to you a cordial invitation to visit us nail inspect our Fall olcha IlC liIn Remember The Place v Harford Republican r 1 = FRIDAY SEPTEMBEUla Illinois Contra RaiaroadTlme Table w w Nnrlh tloiiliit 1 IdaelaepinNn Nil IadnAo7em N i II Hi Mound Xn131 ilw +l hal am Sit lnl rtw KM p in So in lftP1t40on I I 1 1- NOTICETIRE HKJtmMCAN will I print tm of rhnnre Mrinory Nnltom Ubliitnrlr Rnolnlioim of R otrct Foe Inihe rzlral ol 150 words AS ovrr Ihnl mnonnt ere rhrgo fort t- e he rate ol ic M r word entlt In advance 1Artlrles In see ol ISO words will brent 4 w i la rrqalwl limit nnlnxi man lsnt wllll uinanwrlpt Po try le ft wr l in eTery lnlnii Fjpr school shoes visit Carson Co I We pay 15c for Eggs t CARSON Co For a good work Coat or Pants seeFairs line I FrsKOysterd served in any style at City Restaurant j City Restaurants Vegetable Sou is so good Try itIBuy your you will save money j Buy Fairs 3G inch Black TaffetaJ Silk for long Silk Coat j e The Plaid Woolens and Silk for Waists are found at FalrscI Judge L Francis Render was a very pleasant caller Tuesdayv Arbin Petty the tailor is ready tol do your work in first clAtss style Mr W PMidkiff Sulphur Springs called to see us TuesdayI If you need a new Suit visit Carson Co See us for Fall Clothing of all kinds CARSON Cot If you want fine footwear vi Carson Co a- Fresh Oysters Fish and Celery at City Restaurant For Fresh Crackers and Cakes gosi to City Restaurant Get Fairs prices on Clothing Can please you at a low price Fiftyfour inch Broadcloth in all ofiMIClothing now ready for inspection of at Long Cos Economy Store Get your Meals and Lunches whenRev in Hartford at City Restaurant and thIngIMr L C Goering went to Owens boro Saturday returning Sunday Cream and Brick Cheese Sausage the Boneless Ham at City Restaurant dayu yopCOIBrmgers Lard and Bacon to Carson CoJwho Judge J W Lytle was the sues tinfriends in Hartford Wednesday days Eggs I Eggs City Restauran- wants them and will pay you th cashaneHon M L Heavrin was in Louis will on business the first of the pIaIPetty manager of the Hartford to Pressing Club rn+ x I That not Fishs at City Restaurant is simply fine McCall Patterns ot FairslOc and 12c Nothinghigher The Fair begins Wednesday Octo her 11th Dont miss it City Restaurants Ice Cream simply delicious Try it Mr Leslie Leach Taylor Minesw a pleasant caller while in town Tues day Mr T D Owen Livermore was a pleasant caller while in town Wed nesday For tho best line of Childrens School Shoes buy Priesmeynrs Shoes at Fairs You can always get the latest a newest thing at Long Cos Econ omy Store v Mr CK Reneer Centertow- called to see us while in town lust Saturday Be sure and see our new clothing befere buying elsewhere CARSON Co WANTED 500 dozen Eags Will pay 14c cash 15c in trade SANDEFUR Co Dot fail to see the big line of j Peters shoes we are showing loNG COIMr and Mrs T J Everly zas were the guests of Mrs C E Smith last Friday IIrs James Felix returned thej fIet+ j I IThink of us just before it rai Longj I EdmonIstlnaunt I IA highclass Louisville Brass Bandwill make music for the Fair None better in Kentucky Some beautiful patterns in oil rugs linoleums and mattings now at Long Cofl Economy Store j City Restaurant surely fed the j people last Saturday Indian ha game Thank you all so much Mrs Riley Felix of the Victomneighborhood is the guest erasun Mr James Felix nand family Come and look at the new things thatSee our line of sidecombs beads handbags andso many things we cannot mention LONG CoS ECONOMY STORE Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prom delivery Agent Richmond Lau dry 4GtfM Aint those Steak Meals the City Restaurant serves just outof sight Try one next time you are hungry Mr L H Norris Owensboro was nositn ay Sunday DIMrsnotice of the serious illness of h Mrs Elizabeth Herndon Auburn K- ykiting running and trotting races each day at the fair by the ry best horses ever seen in this section to Kentuckyaj njMrsrelatives at Rockport the latter part of last week to E M Crowe W T Miller Thomas Barbour attended the to Methodist Conference at Leitchfield age first of the week Mr Sam Bach and family wi 11for leave for Louisville today when- they will attend the Celebration o Hebrew new year Mrs Alex Grigsby left last SaturI morning to visit her sister Mrs TIcountyMargaret Dundan Louisville has been the guest of relatives the county for the past several will return home today baseeJ27 nesandmake it look as goodas newofCity Restaurant most uptodate Vm in Hartford Everything and at as a pin Everything good in eat Everything copkeil as order rIll edofe t Capt S K Cox will go to Owens boro on business to day Commonwealth Attorney Ben D Ringo Owensboro is in the city On account of holiday our store will be closed next Saturday nclIISMr and Mrs A E Pate are the irlasno Judge J P Miller who has been quite ill for the past few days is imIproving slowly- Everybody is expected and invited to attend the Fair Theyll be there with their wives daughter sons and sweetheart Ladies free first ndday Mr W T Woodward after spend ing sevral weeks with his family left henness The Louisville Stars will cross sticks with the Taylor Mines base ball team at Beaver Dam at oclock p m next Sunday a splendid game is expected I resignedhisRough River TelephoneCo and has moved with his estimable young wife to Louisville Judge R It Wedding has moved his law oliice from rooms over the Ohio County Bank to rooms over JyH Williams drug store now occupied by Hon C M Crowe Mrs nettie c Dodge San Fran guestus in the county forseveral days was a very pleasant caller a TilE REPUBLICAN office Monday FORSAIElOOacresofland70acresI state cultivationlying op posite the Ohio County Fair grounds Also one house and lot in Hartford For price and terms call on CAL P KEOWN j tf Hartford Ky fiery man OWLS it to himself an his family to master a trade or pro w fessiom Read the display advertise Sof the six Morse Schools of IIment in this issue and learn fteasy a young man or young lady ay learn telegraphy and be assured position tf Q Mrn Wedwas united inJmarriage to Miss Daisy 0 Smith a e First Baptist church of Charls S Con the 12th inst Mr Wedding is the second son of Mrs Joneyounjr men He has been Secretary of the army branch of the Y M yeantto Y C A work Mrs Wedding we learn is a most excellent lady and worthy in every way the hand of tthe man of her choice TilE REPun j LJCAN joins the host of friends of the young people in wishing them a happy and blessful future r License to Wed The following permits to wed have J granted by County Clerk M S J since our last report tofage iIrUeK Docky Taylor Mines age 18 r Rubie C Woodruff Taylor Mines 14 J N Oldham Beaver Damage 47 to Effie May Wallace Rosine 33 D H Bolton Rockport age to Lula Nickel Rockport age 17 James R Likens Render age 32 if+ Commodora Clark Rosineage 16 Alney DeWitte Cabot Ky age 20 Lydia Margaret Voyles Jones fJ 16 William A Miller Taylor jr Mines age 19 to Rosa Smith Tay 1 Mines age 18 Bernard McDow Black BlafsonGASTOFor Infants and Children Kid You Have Always Borsht Bars the- 64Iaatilre of happy McDowellBrown- Near Hamlin Chapel September If a very pretty Wedding was wit really sed by many friends of the conIfparties At the residence I the brides parents Mr and Mrs tificate Brown Miss Cassie Lee Brown Bernard McDowell were united marriage Rev G J Bean I young couple left for the home Tarter McDowell where a beauti I y7Y iiiiiiRDTI c all nu r eon as chased to is in style 7 Vo can a in would to 51000 h o record in prices a A tutu stylus only 50 ofe if it is up to to for little money it really for oc elision Only a flaw for to is place where the be for lit it fit ready to euC7C G lneAll styles HO ++++ ojo + + ++++ + + +++ ++ + + + + r cur r Stock to 00000 i J W President T MOORE H P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLBROOK i UI t ++++++t + +++ ri r+c+++r++++Ma rt +s + + I n supper was serve Tin v itvd sets wens Misses Cook ra Herald Annie Warren and Mr Mrs Tnompson ck Miss Warren Chalrie Mrs Dr McDowell Dundee Beach Clarence Car and wife G G C Francisco Cal and Henderson McDowell After the friends departed for home wishing the young couple a and life C o- At DI Womens I wonder how old Valentine owns up to 26 like to see heRbirjth car i t j DrWtttsNoe 8IIItYtah For Pile IWrne orN t With your Sum r Wear and deckout with the falls latest productionu WE HAVE THEM You nut be tluthingif here Iiwehave tho best and Iguarantee every Suit give satisfaction Our stock complete every LISTEN Isell you neat dressy Suit of good material dou bio and single breasted Iwhich you havo pay any our +t 1fit 6 75 i OlIYtiw black all stillrill Iir tstJIes blade Thibet Snit tlireo diilbrent 7 The lair nearingnnd you get tile 0 best and have that words you remember rlThis the best out had tie mousyPuke that impression for will bone you when you yet purchiise your fall iwear OO cror- t Vealquality and pricey SAM BACH I rHartford Ky 1JSVSIIVJVIl1RH HARTFORDc r orrnakK Capital 4DOOOQO 00StockholdersSHcurety DeposioS 91 FORD JOHN Cashier Asst Cashier itJ 44f44f FFvvr Hattie Maud and Mrs Messrs Herald John Brown Rev Bean Mrs Dodge San supper many their long The Club is- She should bU1nitdup und Suits Ayers Impure blood always shows thenbollsnerves then neuralgia nerv ousness depression If the Sarsaparilla stomach then dyspepsia appetiteYourremedy used for 60 years wseperfectArUaSanparlUaII C UomiLitttiicnntonrit a coAllM l Impure flood theewels s rRtr Mi n + 1s ilIII N RESCUED BY ELEPHANTS Pulled Stalled Mall Wagon Out of Mud in Time to Catch the Train Sew York IIIriNnII 1 But for the strength and courtesy of four huge elephants a twoton batch of mail stuck into the mud Sixth avenue and 42nd street would have missed its train at the Urand Central depot last night The trouble began when a lar mail wagon loaded to the top swung down Sixth avenue and ventured a sharp turn at the corner where street repairs had left a st of soft earth turned to sticky m by recent rains A new driver employed in place of a striker won as the wagon and was accompanied by a policeman He urged t horses in trap and the wheels 1am to their hubs A crowd gathered and broke three heavy ropes in their efforts to help the horses Then the policeman had n happy thought He sent a message to an amusement house near band asked for the services of the performing elephants Four were hurried to the scene in charge of their keepers They were harnessed to the side the wagon and jerked it out of ti mud with indescribable ease while the crowd cheered Earlier in the evening a crowd Madison Avenue electric car crash into a large mail wagon at Fifteen street and Union Square overturning the vehicle The strike breakimi driver and a policeman by whom was accompanied were thrown in the street Both were severely in jured The motorman wasarrested Mow the Sun Rises in Ohio It was at the feeble dawn of day A gentle mist lay low in unmoved air and through its fading sheet of dimness the rays of a new days u rent with penciled outlines the cloak that hid the face of the greeneyed Nature from the refulgence of the torchof day Moistened vendu ye smiled in gladdened touch of JuneI time dew and the tiny beds of settled mist glistened from leaf and blade as pearls in the precious sands of the treasure land of imagery The shafts of light sent grayedged streaks through the fleeting hnzeI und changed to clearest air e effervescence of the murkiness of morning Then the graish veil of a golden dawn is lifted and the great fire ball beams in growing warmth to furnish forth a day of glory in the month of June Not a tine beckoning of a resourceful world could any one crave when leaving home town in grand old Ohio for a peep at the neverending charms of great wide wonderful America And as the rumbling wheels roll o to the West leaving the home scene in retreating glimmer on over the I continent of Gods fairest gift to th billowed blue of the Pacific the I grandeur of the Buckeye morning is not forgot Ohio Girls Big Salary A sixteenyear old girl is the highestsalaried citizen of Columbus and undoubtedly the highest salaried girl of her age in the world She draws as much in salary as the President of the United States This wellpaid young woman isj Miss Elsie Janis a mimic who madeI a great hit in New York last sumI conItracther Columbus friends have had no idea of the magnitude of her com pensation A personal letter re eived here yesterday says The contract covers the next three years and calls for the pay ment to Miss Janis by her employ ers of 15000 in money 50000 a a year besides the expense of her travel in a special car The Good There Is in the World There are lots of good folks in the Liworldmillionst want proof Keep your eyes and openI day Henry Kuhn and started from St Louis for Wheeling W Va their pitiful all in the wagon In Cincinnati the emaciated horse fell dead and a man and woman old enough to be your grandparents sobbed helpless ly A crowd gathered A crowd al ways gathers in a city In ten minutes that crowd had raised money enough to pay for an 0- I r Iother horse and soon the old wagon was creaking its way to Wheeling and smiles chased away the tears on I wrinkled faces Just a trivial incident I But it makes your confidence i humanity stronger to hear about such doings Makes you glad to feel that there is quick sympathy and ready prac tical help to be had for the need atof it Takes away from the theory of chill individuality puts us on the plane of brothers loving one another gives the world somethin geto admire unit approve to het drown out the clamors of the chron icnll sarI Well lets go ahead and admire Lets allow the sweetness and beau m udty of a kind action to permeate souls and give us the inspira lour to go do likewise when the comes our way kUsed Tons Of Arsenic Dr R B Leach has re turned to St Paul and the arsenic craze is subsiding the druggists and mathematicians of the city are j estimating the number of arsenic tablets swallowed by the people of New Orleans and the surrounding section within the past six weeks j The arsenic crazeowes its origin to a letter which Dr Leach Wroth j claimingIee time a day in doces of 1100th of a persoen j or I liin his having only a very mild case i Leach offered to came to New Orleans take arsenic inoculate him jhysiill not l daily recognize him but the people I went mad about the arsenic with I the results that the combined facto ies of the United States were unableI to supply the demand whichin a j weeks amounted to more than then j entire consumption of this country in the past 20 years IThe number of tablets swallowed j j men women and children withinI the vast six weeks amounted common opinion of the drug men to an aggregate of 3000000000 Each tablet measures about one fifth of an inch across and if laid side by side the 3000000000 would reach a distance greater that the diameter of the earth and considerably more than one third of the entire distance around the earth The weight of the tablets was 26 tons or as much as a freight car could load or twen j tyodd terms of carts could hual through the streets In bulk the wouldrmake a pile of 7000 cubic feet or as much as could be put in a room oI feet long 20 feet wide and 20 high I t IlWhen Ingersoll Was Silenced Shortly after Ingersol the no tell I infidel was defeated in his race fore the governorship of Illinois he was one day broadly proclaiming his in fulelityonboardarailwaytrainbe tween Chicago and Peoria After olfensivelInear ITell me of one great result that Christianity has ever accomplished The gentlemen not wishing to open argument with the boaster hesitated to answer The train had stopped and all was silent in the car Just then an old lady of eighty years who sat just behind the in fidel touched his arm tgith trembling hands and said Sir I do not know who you are but I think I can tell you of one great and glorious thing which Christianity has done What is it madam said Inger sell It has kept Robert G Ingersoll from being Governor of the great state of Illinois If a stroke of lightning had flashed through the car the effect could not have been more marked Ingersoll turned literally pale with rage and remained silent JRememberselor that much mone does not IINoyouth But its entire absence is a pretty sure sign of failureII Proof Positive JJIWhen asked to dance the coochie cooch She never moved a mucleI OUR NEW YORKI nWEEKLY LETTER r Smart frocks Seen on the Avenue 1 In Fashionable Foyers and at the Play Tip Tilted Hats In the Rialto Parade Crape Scarfs Chemisettes and 1Other Accessories By RENE DEVERAUX It rrpdrrN tint ti few rrlsi typical Xiw York Full iluvrt to liilnc forth on the iivium tu liotol foyers nluiis and ristmirMiits mich nn iirriiy of miiartly KHWIUll WllllUMI UK IlllllOHt to llOWlllltr oiu1 with their dinrin of iontrnstlii R fiHliloiiM Vrtiilnlv us ninny colors ill to he srI as thiro tm In the an tiiinn folium lull fortunately one point N distinctly notlrrulilc and that N that tin vnrnil fashlonalilo color tones tend toward tlu xiitttlmil mther than tlu 111111111 lit shades which almost startliil out at the hrglunl11g of last SIMISOII Atimii the halt 1111 crowds which al ltrtialIone n out t shades of plum for their rlehness of 1ulllr and approiirlHtcness for niter noon friMUs This shall iin nestlon alit the newest Is MIII In Its unitl wllht111II11111IIIlh niter nil All the shades of wine from the deep rlinson to a shade n trltlo plnk r than ccilxc are poptilnr tilt lighter shades In tbsuit ton rltIiis caslniiens mid clillTjii cloths help ex tensively tlsirl for house KOWIIS There Is dNtlnct style III small In lsldle chPcks In blue real cntni lfIr tiriilurly attrnetlve In modltled 111 IliKte opt look severely tailored coat I I IPA VorCfAIl FALL CiMTfMn suits so Itrcomliu to tall women lint quite as many boleros mil Kleins are seen on the street here and In many exclusive shops There Is nu time when these natty little Jaclict suits seiin more ciiarmlim thou the early hall fur It Is thou that the tallur made girl Is seen In lie civil t wt Kory When the season for wraps rolls around however many of a suit liest points Tire lust Particularly IN I Uilw true this season for almost Invari ably sUrts Ire nmrlmmed and the dis tinctive features are In effctlve role tars waistcoats trimmings smart hut tons nil becoming belts and girdles On tlmothrr hand the lung teat Is fre iliieiitly snlllclently heavy to he worn without II wrap a fur tuHiplece und a smart little gulf vest underneath giv hug additional warmth- lusrrupulous arbiters of fashion reckoned unwisely when they foretold the passing of the plaited skirt AH a matter of fort the plaited skirt will be with IM for tit least a season longer Skirts are not so universally plaited all nriinnd perhaps as formerly hut un varied now ruin then with titled shits yoke + tcrmlnathig In a that panel down the front with a box plaited bark Of ten In such models fullness from Un yoke Is formed by quite small tuck II old frequently this portion of the skirt Is eat circular giving a pretty flare at the bottom In the making of success fill circular skirts most experienced tailors often conic to grief These Invariably sag after having helm a pep times and the weave of lIlInllhIIIKIIIIIIII the dressier tailor frocks Is willie broadcloth cither finished with rows very nurrolv braid or with applied embroidered motifs or band effects Applied collars and Biniirt little waist effects nre produced by the Intro of white broadcloth narrow hrnld stitched on crosswise softening the white and adding to Its serviceability On many Imported suits Dunne velvet und white broadcloth i 1 arc bountifully combined n mid tiny vests anti straps air fastened with modish bullet buttons In RIIII metal and exquisite Dresden and clolsninc do totals On the bodice of a goat of n rich wine shade were glass button exactly matching In color which spar klitl with unusual brilliancy and on a blie cloth suit with white broadcloth vest were gun metal buttons wit i sP vtr centers Some of the liinT otni r buttons are brought out with adjust able fastenings making It possible to use them fur more tliiin one purpose I Dainty little chemisettes with deep ciilTs tti match give a delightful fetal nine touch to both street nod hm e gowns la order to wear these a lat seasons frock may be easily cut In a short V or a round neck effect Th prettiest chemisettes are fastened In lull back the collar being attached by narrow heading or rut In one piece Where a gown N fashioned a trltle low at the thrust these lingerie elTocts add n certain fre liness to the appearance tin essential feature of a well groom rd woman Ihcinlscttcs nut rubs handmade or of less expensive ItlrkIniandilp embroidered and IIIII brought out just ready to slip Into th gown changing Its entire appearitut III I utuuuutN Ihn j Hats extremely tilted are the vogue 1Ihl season nut upon the cachcpclgnc or lilcli bamteiiii mint of the tr inininJ i I + iilletl The trimming for these ban deaiix however Is noticeably light and airy fretnently of tulle put tin In 1111 lnwy clouds ami caiushl down with a 1IMI w of velvet rlblHiii liMips on one side ienellilly the outside of such Irlts are companitlvely Hlmple elaborattmi h Ing ctmtliietl In tlit Imiulittii trlnimlng one wts tin otvnsioiial hat almost covcittl with a siiMrt burl wllh out strxtchnl wings the tall ilnwping over the hair or a chic little round velvet IIbale with a wretith of velvet Ararat or orchMs urtiind the rnwn Very large w lit+ are iimnl on the morn pnie urnI Iitit and imrtlculni stylish they an with fhrtr H lntetl sal+ Ostrich fMtlers it rottrw are worn In profu slits Tiilo ruclKM nrp Kten Ion vtry drrsry white louts to IK worn with the till white llutitt1 frtHk unit IViiilnir loco niid MnimtliiHs u dully tnlle ism and fhnritilug Unit uiiiir to inntih im hruilt out tu bo worn with such lints l iiri soft crapi srtirfs ikiwtr strewn vltli onMtls Kweet Mars or sprays of IvntttTciiiMt n iv inuiv thou fver worn 111111IIEnrNIkl tints Iice nmiitllliis In whIIIItlo Imvt nn niiiteiilnhli charm t IIIpretty evenlns Intsrv ami niiny i IC young womati will find one at the hot tiiu f griinlniotherN trunk In the ret Silk tiriniifactnrcrs h iwevir hll111 a happy Inspiration when they evolved a way to reproduce them this season In nuny stift siiHiiiis ami weaves A CutGlass Bath TulIA woman not an Sttiyve Fih danced into a glass and china house in Barclay street the other day atul astounded the manager by ordering a outglass bath tub seven feet long two anti onehalf feet Wide ml two feet deepI fear it is impossible madam he sailItI never heard of anything so large in cut glass I doubt if any in the world could tutu out such a j thing Besides the cost would be immense i You need not worry ah ut the cost sir I shall tike of that The question iscun you make the tub I He said he would let her know within it week To his head salesman he said that such a tub could not be made for less than ifoOOQO Divorce for Young Girl Carrollton Ky Sept 23Circuit court in session this week Judge J M Lassing presiding At this term of court Margaret Darbeo was grant ed a divorce from Riley Darbeo and restored to her maiden name She is twelve years ojaage who was taken from the Krffitucly orpans hone at Louisville and adopted by Mrs J W Butts of this city The marriage occurred about six monthsago but no sooner was the ceremony performed than the bride requested to be taken home saying she had no idea what she was doing when she was married in Logic The Argumentative Man But my dear fellow I tell you its impossible 32 for the moon to be inhabited When it is full it is all right when itwanos down to a little crescent where the duce would all the people go to Easy To Destroy a Warship The modern iron and steel clad war vessel of thebattle ship type may withstand a terrific cannonade from without and yet succumb to the dropping of a match the careless handling of a kerosene lamp or a defective electric light or power wire Bun IiiOASTOBaA Slfnitnr J I Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable prices Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON- MOUNTAIN i ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas moat direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman ttaeplnz and free reeUnlnj chair cars Ilomcneoher Excursions first and third Tuesday of eachmonth D criptlv literature mp pamphtctv loMerl etc on application H C10wHSEN- Okai tonal TkC r tads RTOIMTTHEWS PnappL BIG FOUR The Beat Line to I ntanaito i reormIClucaw Tplerto I t I Detroit i- CIevaland E BuffaloIYork Boston + I And all other points East I Infonnntion cheerfully fur I ni 1hal on pUcntion at City i Ticket DtHce His Pour Nilt i 2TS Fourth mvfnu or write t1Y S J GATES iI GeuI Alllnt Pi ongir Uopt j L iLiiville Ky A 1t n c J bu RA u rp U ethA + Ih III No DBa t 249 Wo hVf sold many liir nlni In silk wnlitH but wo must say that vc rnnNMt thin the RffiitPHt wn IIIIVP utrr drtrrcd We tiro practtcnlly x llinK a silk waist for nn amount that would urillriarlly pay only for the Hllk We KHirantcc It to n1 exactly IK ilrncrllwili and If out nlifolutt ly natlKfurlory to the purchaser It may IM riturnf1 anil moony will Ixi promptly rre funded You are ilonllnK with MACYS tlO laigint dry Koodn and department store Intho entire country Thin chic waist IK made of an excellent quality writ taffeta silk In black nnd nil dtHlrnblc uliadcs full lilouso trI front trimmed with Ktllctird Pluto plaits form Ing yoke effect back Ix trlmmrd with side plaits fastens In front under u narrow ruffle extending down center from collar nand to belt full sleeves with tucked carte stitched unit tuuked collar Sizes to 42 Inch bust Irlrr fJttl Write tar our catalogue lt Free 500 Pages of New York Fashions for Fall Clunks Suits Furs Skirts Shirt Waist everything needed for men a or women wear or In the home A Oen Tnl Encyclo pedla of the LnrKvnt Hry Ocimli unit Dopnrlnirnt Hlure under ono roof In this entire country- If you aro Interested In knowing and Imvlnff the advance New York Styles It Interested In snvlnw iminey write us for this rntulogue It place the New York Market nt your disposal the pleasure of WNew York Styles MncyB Prices all ors inn the aitfnp Write us n poita- ltadnyro1ruskfng for our catalogue Ad JIIII Room 0- 1RHAIACY CO New 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IDESICNIAnyoneendtneektchenddecnlnlnnreVqnlrldr arerien our iiplnion ree N ether a OoImunlIInuurlttladII patentImrnti nipwldl nolkt without Scientific American- A Immliomrlf HlnMnlM weekly iuaei sr lurn l 7ermalla- yrurfourmonthilaoldhyallneedealers 1 llrDcb uiEc1317BLSYuhluetonIIC PROCURED AND OyNDDemdmodt n uw Iiutuloritlrt ware M mnd frr mmrt t Kru lulrlcv haw to obtain tegq trxle nuukj JPlr1i1btc IN ALL COUNTRIES foulingdineria 111011 laiti 1IM 41 tnaniy aid faire Eaetstlydywritesu HlaU Itntt pp CslU4 tutw hint OMc WASHINGTON O C ROUGH RIVt R- TELEPHONE COMPAIV IIKrilltllll ATRII EXPERIENCE EARS I cnlatlonnenyrbntlao IrIl4 The Rongh River Telephone Co operatedbyreasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is constantly being ex tended are as follows for 5 minutes 30milesA CHANDLER Gen Myr- Hartford Ky W OBANNON Local Mgr Beaver Dam Ky t TTAe USNEO It lUllS RIDER AGENTS WANTED OcNo Monev Required r Regular price 8 8O per pair r You a Cuss Pair for Only ouT THE AIR 4I J NO MORE TROUBLE Iron PUNCTURES trunrnutrcd Coaster llnikos mid 19G3 19O4 Models Bcat MakeA 1 Inl or ut aqua of nnv boat equipment on nil our blu Ulrowjcut guarantee Wo ON to rsua rl PUNCTURE PROGF TIRES 15fSampleNAILS blcycloLSon DAYSF tftlFAOTDRIilIurbig of Iii years cxporlriipn In making r from THORNSJOAOTUS JRefluU Of like Intentional knifo cuts CUll be lllco tiny other tire and feet make model EP EASY RIDING DURABLE SELF HEALING FULLY COVERED by BEWARE OF Send for CtUtocun T showing all kind and makes tires at COO pair and up IalsoCouUTIlrakr llulllun VliwU end tllrvclrtPundrltfi at Hall Ihm usualIrlol fNotice the ruMnr brad A and tmnclur strips Mll and U This the willa 10 utlaot snroth rnil oft Iaollc and 111 IUd loll lVewlllhlp e 00 APPROYA- AND UAMINATION a rrat drywot We will allow a tfMOtnf Si thereby might the 1 per pair It tend oah with order Tires to returned at our expense It not u rutty o elimination f MEAD CYCLE CO Dept JL CHICAGO ILL I OUR CLUBBING RATES TIIK RKITIIMCAN and Ixmisvillu Hernld125 toIm UKIIMIMCAN and Inisvillo Daily Horalil tOO t TIIK KKITIIMCAN and ounurIournal 150 TIIK KKiUiiiirAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TIIK KKITIMICAN and Homo and 125 TIIK HKITHIICAX anti Lippenrotts and Coamoplitan 325 TIIK HKriMMicAN and Week Owensboro Inquirer 175 Till RKiiitiUAN and Jaily Owensboro Inquirer 370 TICK RKPtnuUAv lord TwicoaVeok Oboro Messenger 175 fI 1 wwwwtrwwwwww wwwwwww +rI 1 i I IThr I strong and well PAN0rA has rquel for InHiicitiiin CpI J Catarrh ol the Head Thiont Stomach RuwtN IUi non ladnetw 1 4 La and drhlllty Made hy ihr LlKTCHllKUn PHAR- A MAC Co Inc For sab hv H HartfordA I IJ a fry IU DO YOU WANTA Position tHat will you from 500 5000 a year k1 1 That is what our graduates at re yingfor their teork11e till kind of training that counts from the start t Your SalaryB- y taking a course in the ONVKNSJJOKO BUSINESS UNIVERSITY Term begins Sept 4th Write today Address I Owensbor Busines Un iverityIu Owensboro t I ae Vl JI A I Southern Raiway I st Fastest Lines JJ C1N r Lexington ani Louisville 1 I Louis 1M W I Two trains daily as follows J I Leave Lexington 010 a Lou isville 900 a arrive at St Louis I TI r 12 p m Carrying vestibuled couches and Ctfe Observation Par lor CarMeals a la cartethrough without cange I Leave Lexington 530 p m Lou 4isville 1015 p arrive at St j a carrying free reclining chair cars and Pullman sleeper j through without change Reserve Sleeping Car berths at 111 Main St Lexington Ky 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky or Union Depots f Firstclass typewriter paper for sale at this of cheap t5 1905 Klmiit Modals PM loft4with Puncturoless 7 toyou tcnnt onethird prier Cliulco Hunilunl tires and olud SHIP APPROVAL C O D any tiro 4 6R STRONG PATENTS IMITATIONS of thick ON wrthoar cash of price yo bu e Farm Twieoa no Grippe general I At WILLIAMS Ky pay to demand give Increase n IShort m in m Lou m fice A tti BEST FOR THE- BOWELS tkebowelbowtli mud be wen Force In the of Tlalint pbrilo or pill potion Is dsncernui The kooplollbQOATHk 1 EAT EM LIKE CANDY DoOoodeampteandbookletSterling Remedy Conptngr Chlcigo or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN Nothing has ever equalled itINothing can ever surpass j KingsNew I Iin Price1ForCUUltlaand 00 A Perfect For All Throat and j Cure Lung Troubles PMonty back IItralix Trial Bottles free df4G+ LJdttiE9 aaiC t nivY r1y BEATING HEART Removed From Man Is Out For an Hour But Patient Will Recover IIhlhqrlphhs 111111111 beatin2heartundits bullet had been extracted from th region adjacent to the organ is the achievement in medical science jus accomplished by physicians at the Germantown Hospital The opera tion bids fair to be successful 3r2 years old known as Hardman of I Germantown because af his power I ful physique He weighs 252 pounds and is proportionately formed He became the subjest of surgical at tention as the results of an altercation with lolicenan Morley on Sept ember 7 when for selfprotection thd policeman asserts he was oblig ed to shoot Robinson whom he was trying to arrest The bullet eutered Robinsons breast directly on a line with hi heart His death was looked fo momentarily When he continued physiciansrealizn geons from all oVer the city were at traded by the case It was decided after the third day that the mans heart probably waS not injured but there was pressure near it Few doctors would even reo operatiobn take it- One distinguished master of surgery however volunteered to perform the operation The patient was put into condition and last Thursday tne operation was per formed To carry it out portions of two ribs were removed exposing the heart to view No evidence of a bullet could be seen so the surgeon removed the organ and holding it in his hand made a minute and thoroughexamination As soon as it was taken from the body it was observed the heart seemed to beat more vigorously and with great regularity Attention was then given to the fleshy environment in the heart re gion of the chest which was found to be greatly inflamed For nearly an hour the search for the seat of the trouble continued before the bullet Was found imbedded in the flesh within a small fraction of an inch of the heart upon which it had caused the pressure During all the time of the opera tion the heart was in full view of the physicians performing its con traction and expansion as it sent the patients blood through the arteries to the furthermost portion of his bodyIt was a spectacle such as few physicians have ever had the privi ege to look upon and it was only madepossible in this case through the marvelous vitality of the patient After the bullet was removed the heart was put back into placeand the ribs also were replaced and cov ered with the fleshIWhen the patient recovered from the effects of the anaesthetic he seemed to be much relieved though naturally he was weak The operation is said to be only JBowlingDr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir We have been selling your Texas Wonder Halls Great Disco ery for years and can reccommend it to any one suffering with any kidney trouble as being the best remedy we have ever sold Yours truly W C MORRIS Co A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble i children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle 1 is two months treatment and sel j dom fails to cure any of the above- mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer 0 box 629 office 2031 Olive Street St Louis Mo teC SSMV r 1 e the second one of its kind ever per I formed in this city The other had HospitalIago a whose heart had been slashed by a knife thrust The organ was taken out and the severed portion sewed together without interrupting the hearts action haIl mane hoot tNo Unpleasant Effect 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 L Wayne Griffin R Bro 600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents for Subscrib ers to the Weekly Courier Journal The Weekly CourierJournal Henry Wattersons paper wants to prosperous3 proposeramounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents of 100 50 30 and 20 and sixteen present of 30 and 20 to be given in the states of Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan 1 fair and simple Write for th CourierJournal Company Louisville Ky for a copy of the Weekly Cou rierJournal giving full details It will be sent free t Missed Something Adam was showing Eve the beautiful sights in the Garden of Edt n I How doyou like it dear h askedIts too lovely for anything sh said buLl am so sorry about on thingWhat is that- I have no friends to send sou venir postal cards tot she answer ed with a dry sob Can You Eat J B Taylor a prominent merchant of Chriesman Tex says I could not eat because of a stomach I lost all strength and ra down in weight All the money coul do was done but all hope of recov ery vanished Hearing of some won derful cures effected by use of Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure I cocluded to try it The first bottle benefitted me and after taking four bottles 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 As She is Spoken Are you going to take that little trip with me I spoke about weekI havent thought about it Well think of it this week will you Yes if I think about it Ill thin about it By the way I saw you on the street the other day and you never noticed me I never noticed you Numerous and Worthless Everything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt Co of Chicago discovered ome years ago how to make a salve Witch Hazel that is a specifice Piles For blind bleeding itch ling and protruding Piles eczema cuts burns bruised and all skin diseases DeWitts Salve has no equal This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits Ask for DeWittsthe genuine Sold by Z Wayne Griffin BroIunarmLittle Willie Say pa what does paper mean ba quiet wedIthis PaGuessIt must refer to the mar coupleiI Incrodldlo 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 S8Scut a fearful gashover his eye so I applied Buck lins Arnica Salve which quickly healed and saved his eye Good for burns and ulcers too Only 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro drug storej I CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Dot Coatti Syrup Tastes Cood Usa la time Sold by dructUU IST RON 34 or AgainI le what Mrs Lucy StohailofTtltonGasaid Kodol Dyspepsia LCure Hundreds D of otherwtak women art being re- storedI to perfect health by this remedy YOU may be well if you will take ItIndJilltioncaulI nearly all the sick nest that women have It depths the system of nourllhI ment and the delicate organs peculiar toI women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestif organ to digest and assimilate all of the whole 2 tome food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour stomacheDigests What You Eat If y1 eaM e lb Lab evstrrroDwltea I Molrl bjr Z WAYNE URIYriN ifleeR Annual Stockholders Meeting flat Chicago October 18 Per sonal Attendancejof In dividual Holders Desired ey FREE TICKET TO TilE MEETING thatdRailroad Company will be held atm the Companys office in Chicago Ill inois on Wednesday October 18 1905 at 12 oclock noon To permit personal attendance at Isaid meeting there will be issued To Each Holier of One or Mor Shares of the capital stock of the Illinois Central Railroad Company as regis tered on the books of the Company at the close of business on Tuesday September 26 1905 who is oflfull- t age A TICKET ENABLING HIM OH TIER TO TRAVEL FREE thekon Rail road nearest to his or her registered address tojj CHI RGO and RETURN such ticket to be good for the jour ney to Chicago only during the four Days Immejiately Preceeding and the day of the meeting and for the return journey from Chicago on y on the day of the meetingand the Four Days Immediately Following when properly countersigned and stamped during business hours on or before Saturday October 21 1905 that is to say between 900a and 500 p min the office of the Assistant Secretary Mr W G Bruen in Chicago Such ticket may be obtained by any holder of stock registered as above on application in writing to the President of the Company in Chicago but each stockholder must individuallyliapply for his or her ticket Each application must state the full name and address of the J 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 carried free in respect to anyone holding of stock as registered on the books of the Company A G HACKSTAFF Secy u Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN Cumberland 1ANDInerls nothing the matter with mY nuslneas I have the Cumber Hand Telephone in my rtbiclcme And hasGer the Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition B E Ml Manr Ohio County Circuit Cunrt TF Blrkhead Judge Iteu U HlnKo Attorney T H Black Jailer Ed O llarrHM Clerk Frank L Felix Master Com uilsilonrr Y I Muneley Trustee Jury FundiCa SborillCKoIIDKrown WConrtronreneiiflrstMon day In March and August Rod continues three weeksand third Monday In May and November two weeks County Court J 1 Miller Judge JtH Itag and Clerk W II Barnes Attorney Hartford a7 Court convene flrst Monday In each month MondayInCourt of Claims Convenes nrst Monday In JM Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Officers J II Wood Surveyor Ceralvo Frank Lowe Asnessor Made James IleWeese School Superintendent Hartford lien I Davis CoronerHulphnr Springs Tu tlc s CourtB F Hudson Bearer Dam February 16 May 18 August 31 November 30 Ma1UJnoMQraham Narrows February 18 11 ay August 29 November U T A Evaus Fordavllle January IK May 7 August 27 November 6 J A Hicks llnlord February 7 May o Aug oat 12 November 7 W A llone CentertownFebrnary t May 11 August 14 November P IlaJlIAugultSsxrtfori Fclle Court Jno B Wilson Judge C K Smith City At torney 8 r Ilamett Marshal Court son rene second Monday In each month SMS Sunday each month at 11 am end 7 p mand lOCO II Sunday at 7 p m Prayer1 meeting erery Wednei day evening Her WTMlller Fastor Baptist Church Serrlresbeld Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Her J H Burnett pastor C P Church Services flrst Sunday In each month atltamandT pm lilY J D liar ed pastor School Trustees Hartford Jas P Miller J Glenn H T Stevens D M Mocker JMD Car son Jon C HUey City Council Itowan Holbrook Mayor H A Anderson Clerk DrHJ Wedding W S Tins A CTaylor MI HeavrlnT J Morton Conncllmen Saczat SClc1U A n U W meets Stet aid third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 176 F A AUasonsflnt Monday night In each month Hartford Tent Ko 89 Knights of the Macca bmewjr Thursday night Rough Hirer Lod UOKnlghtsot 1ythla every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No4 0 A It hold reg nlarmeetlagsHnturdny before ft rst Sunday In each IftoutbPromfjtlrObtallledOrnotee wrltafbronr TER before ue W obtain PATENTS THAT PAY and help Inventors to inccess Send model photo or sketch and we send IMMEDIAT FREE ON PAT Registercelto a1 505507 7th SL WASHINGTON D o OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer ex ceptional induce ments to someone 1 who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his time to advancing the salesof our product ic men find our propositiont a moneymaker Capable development into a permanent and profitable businessWRITE AT ONC- EWheelerWllsonMfp6o 72 and 74 Wabash Ave CHICAGO t 0 I Home Made Have your cake muffins and tea big cuit homemade They will be fresher cleaner more tasty and wholesome housetwife to produce at home quickly and economically fine and tasty cake the raised hotbiscuit puddings the frosted layer cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and muffins with which the readymade food found at the bakeshop or grocery does compareRoyal greatest of bakeday helps ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29 SHOW TRICKS ARE EXPOSED Stage Artisan a Fake in Many of HU- StunU Some Mysterious Magic When you see a man commie out on the stage and shoot the ashes ott a cigar which is being smoked ban assistant dont believe all you see A batpln is run through the cigar the point just reaching thrash The assistant just pushes th knob at the other end and dow falls the ash to great applause Of course only blank cartridges are usedBreaking two glass balls with two pistols is almost as simple One of the pistols only is loaded and with shot the other has a blank cartridge The loaded pis tol is aimed between the two balls and the shot scatter breaking theta both thats the trick Extinguishing several num bered candles by number on request of the audience is seldom more than a hollow joke Behind each candle is a hole in the target An assistant hidden Ixhind it sim ply blows out the candle taking care to blow the right candle at the right timethat is when thf pistol cracks Blindfold shooting simply means that the Hrformer glances down his nose to a mirror fixed at an angle behind the back sight and aims as straight this way as if the haulage were not there Painting a complete picture in u Jiffy in the presence of an audience is also artillce What looks to you like an immaculate and untouched canvas is in reality a finished pic ture covered with whitewash All the artist docs is to simulate painting while he merely wipes Oil the whitewash with his brush The result is a picture that would require if it wen honestly done at least a days work Those awfully heavy looking dumbbells of till strong man are sometimes somewhat hollow at the core You will notice they lift always put in the same place preferably on a special platform when till ulna from the audience is invited to lift them ruder the platform are powerful magnets holding the weights down Hud dinly roll then oil till platform and you eau probably lift them in one hand as operation releas es them from magnetic control STREET VENDERS IN PART Probably Most Abused and Most Amusing Is the Chestnut Man Ills Wares Are Delicious There are many nmusingcbarae tcrs In Paris and one of the most tormented and sometimes the most amusing is the chestnut man who nukes ills appearance n bou the middle of October and stays 1until the first of April Nobody knows what becomes of him then r he simply disappears Ills first appearance is hailed witji delight i for if there is title thing thatthe French gamin likes better tlmn chestt rrOItl ughispoBitiQr- l I af a street corner or at awindo that he has rented in some little shop His stock in trade consists of a big bag of chestnuts a round sheet iron stove with a perforated top and a place underneath to put charcoal Then he begins op erations He takes out his chest nuts and cuts a gash in each one so that they will Hot fly off into the street when they begin to get hot and then he puts them on top of the stove which he has filled with lighted charcoal putting a grit thenIIn a few minutes they are done customersn to chilly If there is anything better timn hot roasted chestnuts on u cold damp day the writer does not know what it is He has the great et variety of customers TRICK WITH ROPE LADDER Wholesale Hypnotism Explains Work of Ceylon Juggler in His Many Stunts An American resident of Ceylon recently wrote home till following miscount of the famous rope ladder trick We sat in the compound sol emn and silent as the magicians state demanded for he was the greatest of Ceylonese jugglers There was a burst of weird musr and the man appeared with a rope ladder rolled in his hand He looked at us and then with n graceful powerful movement he threw the ladder up towards the blue sunlit sky We all gasped For the ladder stood erect in the air time bottom a foot front time ground and the top running up up up till it was lost to view We gasped If this was not magic what was it A boy appeared He put hit foot on the erect and flouting lad ders bottom rung aujl he began very slowly to climb up Ip up lie went I counted a hundred rungs II hundred und twenty live a hundred and fifty The boy became very swell I rubbed my eyes The magician clasped his hands suddenly the music burst into a wilt strain the boy and the ladder disap peared They disappeared completely 1 didnt see thorn again till the next afternoon when the same trick was repeated I hind a hand comers along this time and I made a hall dozen snaps of differ trickSshowed the magician the orches tin the compound limit they showed nothing nothing what nIof the ladder and the boy Hence it is plain that the famous ciiKtern ladder trick is a remark sole piece of hypnotism There boytinto a tince niul mode us im iiuim tillin SULPHUR SPRINGS Mr G B Bonn is havinganother rnom add5dto liis e T C Bean and family went to Fgrdsvlll today PI Mlkiff8irtthtfBci slat i II LJr pmt aMy in hon v I or of Miss Allen at which Sulphur Srpings was largely represented by young people I Mr Will Bean of Dundee is visit ing his daughter Mrs D Duff I Mrs C W Foreman is on the sick list I NOTICE TO TAX FRYERS ISince the first day of July it has been within my power under the law I to levy on advertise and sell your property for the satisfaction of un I paid taxesbut to give everyone a fair opportunity to pay his taxes without exercising that privilige I have given public notice by hand bill and publication in both county pa 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 I and to give them a furtherchance to settle I am mailing notices to every one who yet owes taxes asking them 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 advertise and sell your property Heed this warning it means every tax pay er who has not paid CAL P KEOWN Sheriff nO vasRt1BeandJjrs Bout NARROWS Sept 27Emlous Wade has gone to Hot Springs Ark to visit his wife who is sojourning there for her healthWilliam Park and wire spent Sun day at Sulphur Springs Mrs J L Cobb has gone to Champlain III to visit her father J B Rally Frank Tabor Eddyville is visiting his sister Mrs R M Kuykendoll- T W Barrett is visiting relatives in Elizabethtown Mrs Robert Duff spent the first of the week with her parents G C Magan and wife near Olaton I John B Renfrew and wife visited relatives at Dundee Sunday- AI R Renfrew wife and children visited Mr Renfrows parents Mark I Renfrow and wife Sunnydale Mon dayFrank Foreman went to Hartford TuesdayH Acton Dundee went to Louisville Tuesday Ollie Wilson Fordsville was in I town Monday Mrs H C Powers and children went to Hartford Thursday I The star mail route from Narrows to Dundee will be discontinued Sat urdayA star route from Rosine toI Dundee will Start Monday with Ed James of Dundee as carrier I More people here have had chills this season than for many years John Miles says everybody is having I chills but that they not trying to kill anybody but him Only a small crowd went from hero to see the Sun Brothers Show at Fordsville Wednesday Rushville Ind Messrs ElyBrosI have been a grunt sufferer srom catarrh and hay fever and tried many things but found no permanent relief until I found it in Elys Cream Balm about eight years ago and we have been fast friends ever since REV E M BENTLEY Messrs Ely BrosFind inclosed 50 cents for which please send me your Cream Balm I find your remedy the quickest and most perma nent cure for cold in the head catarrh etc Yours Truly Dell M Potter Gen Mgr Arizona Gold Mining Co DISTRICT 25 Sept iiThe people are through cutting and housing their tobacco in this community The public school is progressing nicely under the management of Prof A V Leach- J P Coleman wife and son visited friends in Taylor Mines last Saturday and Sunday Lawrence Allen of the Concord neighborhood was in our midst last Saturday and Sunday The literary and debating society which convenes at the school hall every Saturday night is progressing nicelyThe plays that were given at the school hall Saturday night Septem her 23rd by Prof A V Leach tthel Colnmnn Vera Gordon Eda Stevens Sam J Taylor Roy nnd Ray itevens Sanford and Stanley Gil strap Olive Gordon and Exa Taylor t were highly enjoyed by all present Miss Esteller Miller is visiting friends in Taylor Mines this week ExSenator C S Taylor is able to be out again I Prof Oscar Stewart McHenry was in our midst Saturday nightI E W Jackson is erecting u new building on his farm I W H Hocker Vine Grove will move to our vicinity in a few daysI Messrs Trail and Tuell I in school at Vine Grove this year I We hope them a successful schoolI year I t71lTORsti1LBun tt H 1t fBomVA8- 18artrte III ctOQlJll I Election Officers The following is the list of election I officers Appointed by the Board of Election Commissioners to hold the i election on the 7th day of Novem I her East Hartford C M Barnet D Ford judges Marvin Black sheriff- S J Hawkins clerk West Hartford V G Barnett C R Campbell judges John E Bean Sheriff C E Smith clerk BedaJ E Lowe W Q Park judges W F Stevens sheriff H A Baird c rk- Sulphur SpringsJ B Wallace L G Wellerjudges John Foreman sheriff A B Wedding clerk I Magan J W Ralph Joshua Ma gan Judges Tom Farley Midkiff sheriff John Muffett clerk LI iff C P Amos clerk Cool Springs M M Taylor Moses Herreld judges J Mooresheriff H E Hill clerk North RockportDave Duncan J E Maddox judges J L Brown sheriff E C Woodburn clerk South RockportR L McDaniel James E Wilson judges James Wilson Jr sheriff John Jackson clerkSClectLuther Rogers W P Romans judges C F Miller sher iff E S Howard clerk Horse BranchW S Cole J W Arnold judges M B Crowder sheriff Mike Crahan clerk RosineC E Raley L H Ham mons judges Pres Likens sheriff H C Crowder clerk East Beaver DamI Bi Reid Mason Taylor judges Elmer Bar nard sheriff P E Hocker clerk West Beaver DamS P Tavlor C L Woodward judges Richard Coleman sheriff D J Coleman clerkMcHenryJohn Jones Henry Render judges R P Beck sheriff H R Barnard clerk- CentertownJ bL Bishop J B Bovd judges A I Williams sheriff G W Rowe clerk Smallhous Sam Morton Seth T Hunter judges Geo H Lawrence sheriff Penn B Taylor clerk East Fordsville J M Marlowe E W Truman judges F C Mose ley sheriff John W Hale clerk West Fordsville E E Quisenber HenIdersonclerk EtnnvilleS L Phillips F M Haynes judge J H Lloyd sheriff W R Williams clerk I Shreve Grant Pollard Mark dough judges C V Miles sheriff Alfred Keene clerk OlatonW B McDaniel K C Byers judges T C Crawford sheriff N B White clerk BufordJas Morgan A T Bell judges E C Baird sheriff Dink Westerfield clerk Bartlett J H Davis Malin Rhoads judges James H Ambrose sheriff DB Bartlett clerk HeflinS L Whittaker T D Owen judge W B Heflm sheriff L E Charlotte clerk CeralvoP L Wood J 0 Ever ly judge Robt Matthews sheriff E 11 Kimmell clerk JIAsheriff Jns Nail clerk Narrows J A Boiling C F Doswell judges F W Thomas sheriff C C Carter clerk I RalphE H Morgan J L Pat ton jlHI e8 Ora Edgesheriff Frank Taylor cJerkIjudges H E Shultz sheriff H BI Taylor cler- kerbert11 I H Miller R 11 Miller judges Austin Crowesheriff Waldon Ha nesclerk- AinoldJR Cook Robt CookI judges Fred Nafus sheriff Leon ard Leach clerk RenderL Francis Herman Render judges V M Moseley sheriff Claude Baker clerk BUFORD Sept 27Miss Hazel Cundiff vis ited her sister Mrs Jim Garrett Owensboro last Week Paul Johnston and wife Habit visited Theodore Allen and family Saturday and Sunday Miss Flora Earley Owensboro re turned home today after three weeks visit to her aunt Mrs C E Cottrrell of this place Mrs Nannie Young Hillsborough Tex visited relatives here last weekNoble Hudson has bought a houseI and lot from Winfrey will move in to same this week W N Blair and Owen Mggan went to Owensboro Saturday Walter Blair and wife visited their OwensI Miss Nettie Thomson Utica visit ed her slater Mrs Jack Hudson Sun daySam NaVCi OwensWo was here TuesdayPLEASANT RIDGE Sept 2GRev Moorman Hart ford filled his regular appointment at the Methodist church Sunday School begun again Monday ufte having been dismissed for two weeks on account of sickness The telephones are nearly all put in now and every body seems to be making good use of them The party at Mrs Williams Saturday night was quite a success There was a good crowd and every hotly hud a good time Miss Headley Carmi 111 who is visiting Mrs D C Hewlett spent a few days with relatives at Beech Grove lost week Several of the young folks from here attended church at Sugar Grove SundayMiss Lilias Netherton Louisville is visiting Miss Georgia Skillman Mr Shultz Narrows is attending school here THEFTS OF LITERARY MEN How Many Famous Authors Secured Their Plots and Material from Others The capacity for stealing with nrt and elegance IN one of the most potent equipments of the literary man says the Detroit NewsTrib une Shakespeare was a magnificent thief He stole whatever he could lay his hands on in a literary way and never worried in the steal lug Ho stole Measure for bless mitt from a plug called Promos and Cassandra He stole Ham let from a pluv byUeorge Ivyd Romeo laid lullct he stole iron Italian novels and he got Mi Othello from the same source When he wanted plot for a Horn an plug he went to Plutarch The great Sir Walter Scott the author of the Wavcrley novels stole with sublime talent lie stole from S of tin He stole from Sheridan It is n bad tiling t have a good memory said Itryon alluding to Scott whom Wilkic Collins culled the king of novel ists I should not like to have you for n critic said his friend Copt Medwin Set n thief to catch a thief replied Byron Charles Heads claimeil the right of the literary artists to set jewels even though till gems are the property of another Alexander Dumas the famous nutlior of The Three Musketeers and Monte Uristo was one of the most remarkable filchers in literature In due single year lei name was attached to no less thllill 40 different books Not IIIII lie steal unblushingly front every j niithorwhocame handy hilt hermit played numerous literary ghost- nud passed off their work as hi own Brought to book he hllllll ready reply The maui of genius does not steal he said he only Lomiiiers Alexander Pope who math i hlillpotfCIliad wits an indifferent Greek j lIlIngIflOIll claimed the whole work as his own When he translated tin Odyssey he kept the jiublic InI ignorance that only 12 could bo called hit and the i rst were time woik of men whom he paid hllfll rtThe t say on Man were furnished by 1oneritlchl1l1 intimates Illchnrd Hriiisley Sheridan wit dramatist mind polftieiuustole hint famous characters Charles Surface mind Joseph Surface in The School for Scandal front Tout uJones and Blitll in FieIdingH well known novel and he abducted Tabitlm Mramble and Fir Hubert Mackilligut and transformed hem into those still more enter taining characters Mrs Malaprop ntlll Sir Lnriius OTrigger In The Rivals tr Colfiuun thr author of TherA Jealous WIII had keen preda tory instincts and in tile prologue to hut play there occur these lines goohi too he road nor blushed to use their store llie doen but what his betters did be fore Shakespeare hall done It and the 4 stagICaught character from paRe o It Is unnecessary to sKak of modern authors who stole and nIl stealing still Only history rata afford to be 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