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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tat t JI ttfJtb ttqublicttuu u Fine Job Work a Specialty IP IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KYM FRIDAY OCTOBER 6 1905 No 12 RAILROAD LEGISLATION t First to Claim Presidents At tention After Vacation Timber For Two New Cabinet OfI 4 facers Must be Selected Soon l1 U 1H lIIIHIIu1 Washington D C Oct 4 1905 The President has been away from Washington since the latter part of June but as is well known has been by no means idle In fact his sum mer vacations would strike the ma jority of men as very like hard work Nevertheless he declares that he is completely rested and ready for a strenuous winter The many in- C bests and issues with which the President will have to deal insure an interesting season First and fore most among the latter will come the subject of railway rates legislation on the accomplishment of which he has set his heart Then he expects soon to receive the reports of the special commissioners whom early this summer he dispatched to Venezuela and Santo Domingo to make reports regarding the peculiar situation in these South American coon o tries It is expected that the re ports of the Dominican Commissioner will be imbided in a special message to the Senator as it will have for its purpose the inducement of the senate to ratify the treaty which was left in abeyance when the spe cial session of the Senate adjourned last spring With regard to the contents of the Venezuelan report J there is considerable difference of opinion but that it will prove inter eating reading and probably furnish the text for a considerable section of the Presidents message seems c certain It is generally reported that the President has decided to make no ef fort to secure revision or modifica tion of the tarificatiim of the tariff schedules until he has accomplished his purpose with respect to the rail way rate legislation In so far as can be ascertained the President has not definitely committed himself on this score but some of his closest ad visers feel convinced that they have demonstrated to him the advisability of confining his influence to one thing at a time Later in the ses sion they say he may send to Con gress a message on the subject of tariff readjustment provided Congress t has disposed of the railway question Although they may not demand immediate consideration the Presi dent will soon have to look over the t ground for material for two cabinet vacancies Secretary Shaw has an nounced definitely that he will retire from the Secretaryship of the Treasury on February 1 next and I p Attorney General Moody will retire about the same time provided the status of the Beef Trust prosecutions will permit There is reason to be lieve that Posmaster Ceneral Cortel W you will succeed Mr Shaw at the head of the Treasury Department and that Secretary Bonaparte now of the Navy will succeed Mr Moody but speculation is rife regarding the successor of the last named officials There is some reason for believing that George Von L Meyer now f Ambassador to Russia wiz become Secretary of the Navy but no one has yet picked out for the President a new Postmaster General Ambassador Meyer it will be remembered came home from Europe last sum mer and raised a large part of the A sinews of war for the national campaign Since then he has conducted the delicate negotiations between the I President and the Czar with exceptional skill and there is little doubt that if Mr Meyer cares to come top Washington as a cabinet officer his wish will be gratified 4T4 1 The utmost satisfation is expressed- in Washington over another triumph I tp for the Government in its prosecu- I of Beef Trust and the hope is expressed that final success in the cases brought against the members of this trust may effectually break up the practice of granting rebates or attempting to monopolize any particular industry in restraint of trade Of course that does not apply to such monopolies as the Stand aril Oil Company the Coal Trust and others which acquire their monopolies by buying outright nil the natural stories of the commodities- in which they traffic There is no law of the statutes nor is it possible to enact one which will prevent monopoly based on bona fide ownership of nil the natural resources Notice Notice is hereby given that the firm of G W Martin Vicker Co has been this day mutually disolved and no one is authorized to do husi ness in the name of said company except in the way of winding Up and settling whatever unsettled business said firm may have This October 2nd 1905 G W MARTIN C T SLACK I2t2 W S MARTIN WORK OF CONFERENCE Rev John W Lewis New Presid ing ElderRev Rushing Goes to Henderson Rev John W Lewis will be the presiding elder of the Owcnsboro district of the Louisville conference Methodist Episcopal church South for the next year The Rev Lewis is a minister of recognized ability in the Louisville conference The Rev J T Rushing will assume the pastorate of the Henderson Method ist church The only other change in ministers in Owensboro and vicinity is that J 14Hled will beconie pastor of Main street The Rev B bL Currie who has had charge of that church for the past three years will go to Cloverport Following the list assignments for the Owensboro district Presiding ElderJohn W Lewis Settle Memorial Frank M Thomas Owensboro circuitC F Hart ford Main streetJ L Reed Lewisport J W Love HawesvilleJ C Lawhorn Fordsville R H Rowe HartfordJames A Lewis Beaver Dam R T McConnell Central CityP L Crandall LivermoreC F Williams CloverportB M Currie YelvingtonB F Walton Call For Convention The Republicans of the town of Hartford are hereby called to meet in mass convention at the Court House on Monday night October 16 1905 for the purpose of nominating candidates for Police Judge Mayor and six Concilmen be voted for on the 7th lay of November1905 This October 4 1905 CmCIIESTER Organization of County Work The scheme of organization is sim ple practical and business like Af ter thorough conference with indi vidual Christian men in Ohio coun ty a convention was called to dis cuss conditions as well as the plan of County Y M C A work This convention elects a county commit tee of from fifteen to twentyfive Christian business and professional- men representing the various towns and villages Ohio county has twen tyone men To this committee is entrusted the supervision and exten sion of the work throughout the I county The convention empowers this committee to secure the ser I vices of ft trained secretary who gives his entire time to the organization and development of the work The expenses are met by voluntary contributions from perspns within the county A LION MAIMS WOMAN Tamer in Circus Cage Prob ably Fatally Mutilated When Lions Claws Sank In Wom ans Back Pandemonium Broke Loose in Tent Gillnran III Oct 3Alone in hujre steel cage with thirty lionst and before the eyes of 10000 horri fied spectators Miss Aimee Blondel a lion tamer was attacked and shockingly mutilated during a performance of John Robinsons circus this afternoon by the trick lion RooseveltIt 4 oclock that Miss Blon del who has handled Roosevelt I for several years made her appearanceI with the thirty After she had put the animals through their paces making them jump play seesaw and do other tricks Miss Blondell ranged the beasts in a circle down the center of the arena or cage to reward them for their work by feeding them rawi meatJealousy has existed for some time between the lion Roosevelt and an other lion named Bryan Today Miss Blondel threw Bryan one bit of meat and then threw Roosevelt a smaller piece A fit of rage at once seized Roosevelt the biggest lion in the circusand with a roar he sprang upon Miss Blondel before she could moveAs the tawny body shot through the air the whole audience gave a gasp of horror Then as the lions claws sunk into the womans back and blood spurted forth pandemoni um broke loose in the tent Men shrieked and many women fainted Miss Blonde was made unconscious by the attack and lay on the floor of Jhe cage with the brute standing n ovq her Before the beast could inflict further injury the cavalrymen had taken a position from which they could shoot without fear of injuring Miss Blonde and the audience and had sent a volley into the lions bodyIntmcvliatelyafterwards the head animal keeper Harry Reed at the risk of his own life pulled Miss Blon del from the cage Roosevelt meanwhile is not dead although wounded in a score of pla ces An attempt will be made to save him and if he lives he will be shackled He is a superb specimen and is valued at 5000 He never before had shown viciousness had been widely exhibited and is thoroughly accustomed to crowds He was one of the animals leased to the PanAmerican exposition and also shown at the St Louis fair HERBERT Oct31Irs Will Ford is quite ill Henry Milligan and wife visited relatives at Whitesville Sunday Henry Haynes of Hardinslmrg visited relatives here the past week Dave Miller and daughter visited relatives at Whitesville Thursday Robert and Frank Stewart who have typhoid fever are convales cingMolasses making is the order of the day at this place Harvey Ashworth and sister of Iellyille attended church here Sunday and were the guests of Mr and Mrs Ira Crowe Tommie Massey and Miss Mattie Holland of Whitesville spent Sun day at D H Millers Hardin Morris and wife of Ensor visited relatives here last week Transfers of Local Preachers The Southern Methodist Confer ence which adjourned Wedneday af ter a weeks session at Leitehfield assigned tho following preachers of the county to work as follows Rev R D Bennett who has notI for the past two years had charge of any circuit was assigned to EastI Franklin Bowling Green district Rev W T Miller who has for theI past two years had charge of r7 work of Hartford circuit was as signed to Hopkinsville circuit Rus sellville district and Rev J A LewI is comes to Hartford Rev Bennett of Nocreek who has nev er before taken any regular work was assigned to the Pleasant Ridge circuit Qwensboro district and Rev W C Moorman was sent to Tomp kinsville Columbia district Rev E D Boggess who has for the past two years had charge of the Ceralvo circuit was assigned to Tolu Prince district and Rev R T McCon given the Ceralvo work rWanted 40 Pick Miners at McHenry Mines McHenry Ky MCHENRY COAI CO IIANYjBy It T WEDDING DESIRE FOR DRINK Led William Lancaster to imbib- of Wood Alcohol from Which He DiedI William Lancaster a painter byI trade died at Fordsville last Thurs day night of wood alcohol poisoning He had for several days pre vious been painting on the new I C depot which is being built at Fords ville and had been drinking freely during the time Wednesday p of wood alcohol was brought to th place by the superintendent to bused e in interior varnishing TheI superintendent told the men of the dangerous charactor of the liquid and knowing that Lancaster had been drinking cautioned him in j particular That afternobn Lancas ter took two small drinks of the liquid without any perceptible bad ef fects The next morning he poured- a quantity of the liquid into a bucket and drank it He become violently ill in a short time and physicians were summoned used all whoI relieve him of the poison buthe grew continually worse and late in the afternoon died in great agony L Toso f6 FREE SAVE Your cash tickets with every purchase I in the many depart ments Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Mattings Carpets Rugs and Millinery you get a ticket and when the total ampunts to 25 pre sent them and get a FREE You only have to buy the records MOBBED THE JUDGE Because He Ordered the Arrest of the Sheriff and Mar shal Denver Col Oct 4The specta cle of a member of the judiciary being dragged about by a mob and forced to rescind an official order ended a day of turmoil at Brighton Coladjoining the city limits of Denver A S judge had the mayor marshaland members of the town board before him this morning and lectured them alleged failure to enforce the or dinances against gambling and Sun sellingi sheriff and mar machineseWhen they reported they could only find one the judge deputized two j men to arrest them for contempt The sheriff and marshal disappear fedThe of the judges action spread through the town The citi zens began to gather on the streets Fearing his personal safety Judge Guthiel boarded a Union Pacific freight engine and ordered the engineer to uncouple the engine The demandeWhile there was a discussion of the matter a mob gathered and the judge was dragged from the cab He was told he must rescind the order of arrest against the sheriff and marshal and being assured he had already done so the judge was released by the mob ana See IICome an elegant new line as Watches Rings Chains c Will also do your watch and clock repairing in firstclass style All work guaranteed R W KING- j 12t4 Hartford House One Standard Graphophone OF VITAL TO EVERY CITIZEN MR C D TAYLOR CLERK BOARD Of HEALTH SAYS PERUNA HAS BECOME THE FAMILY MEDICINE OF TilE WORKING PEOPLE IN HIS CITY Mr O D Taylor has been Clerk of the City Board of Health Jacksonville Ila for ten years which position has afforded him amply opportunity for noting the best means of preventing and curing disease He expresses his approval of the use ofPeruna as the most effective means of solving a problem of such vital In terest to the community In the follow Ing letter I The health of the poor of a largr city Is always a question of vital interest not only to tho city officials but to every citizen It has been a source of much satisfaction to me to find that so largo a number of working people In moderate I circumstances have accepted Peruna as Working Mans Family Medicine IthelrfamllrmedlI I of catarrh of the head lungs and stomach and building up tho general health It cannot fall but prove a help and blessing to any community where it Is generally adopted and used I have found It an honest reliable remedy j Taylor Dud am pleased to endorse itO D i Address Dr B B Hartman President of Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus I I OhioSubscribe for TUE REPUBLICAN Besides the bargains we are constantly our customers we have decided to Free a HighGrade Talking FREEFREE With every 25 worth of goods For 30 Beginning October 6 1905 i Graphophone Guthialcounty INTEREST We have contract ed with the Stand ard Talking Ma chine Co of Chica Igo the largest firm of the kind in the world to furnish us with a number of their highgrade Talking Machines which we intend L giving away lutely FREE home absoi equal this machine This is a disc talking machine not a toy with a speaking record but is mechanic 1 ally perfect with full natural tone and is the MOST SATISFACTORY instrument j on the market It is yours without cost This offers an extraordinary opportunity to every family in Ohio county to secure ia highgrade Standard Talking Machine Free hear it sing and talk Dont forget this offer is for 80 days only Dont overlook this chance to get a talking machine free See who will be the first to get one LONG Sc COMPANYS ECONOMY STORE Hartford Kentucky S5SS s ss sss r rs a rt1 sm tkynllawkcY X F r C c cc c t c kcc F c c ccnc c cc Ic 4 k kc cc ccc c c C 6L c Ci SPECIAL PRICES ONhsI f t 1 S t 3 irlC 1C1LCi Ptrdtl ttr7ilI j t b tWewill for the next thirty days only make the following prices on Old Hicls ory Wagons i t 2 34 Old Hickory Wagons 5000 t 3 Old Hickory Wagons 5200 J i These prices are complete vcith gear brake and teat These wagons are no new things hut something that you have 3 v known for along tinge and something that will give you satisfaction We mean to make hIIPxt thirty days big ones as jT regards the wagon busIness and are making these prices to get your husinoss linirmrnlim this IS nulv for this length of tinge i vvill also make some interesting prices on Studebaker and Mitchell wagons T Remember we are headquarters for Fencing Wire the best grade of Shield Seed and Fertilizers We have some prices 5 that will interest yOU Yours for more business THE T J TURLEY COMPANYlINCORI r lxA1r1 j r bl rf0jjt 0wt JfJiC J1c r r P REMARKABLE CASE I Of Twelve YearOld Boy Who Has Been Into TransformedI urralllmdro Uiprntrhi I Living across the Williamette from Corvallis at a distance pfa1 mile or so is a boy whoin the past six i months has shown such abnormal growth that he has doubled in weight In this period of only half a year he has made the from a boy of 12 to the statute an weight of manhood The begin ning of a growth of beard completes the sudden and swift change i which this lad though still a buy in YlU 3 ill a man in everything else The case is raid tll be without parallel in medical annals Th 11it most eminent physicians of Urego- have had opportunity to study the I withIIlllingo that has come upon this boy I wh only returned last week to his hume from Portland where he was- P M by many doctors The boys name is Walter Miller lie ifl the son of Mr mill Mrs W H Miller whose homo is a mile or two past of Corvallis Up to the times a was 12 year old Walter had not ape peared in any sense different from I b1 pkyfellowg He WWI of ordinal iv io and in ul thinKs was about I + i tho ordinary lad not yt t in his tns I was a little more lixI JlOW1Ifl ii1 to his unusual devglpmentbu tl ie growth went on with such nb Iud features lifting the laidou i b boyhood so swiftly and sud- cy his fpmily bea n to manifest Klt interest and concotv hiilan wati con jlted but II 1 ad unable to eplan or account fo 11 phenomenon There waa no II I TB in medical booka sn account ilR similar nwifeftitiot A dis oa era d crIbeJ whortin there IyI rrowth of headur footo hands but no case in which the growth involved the whole person anIlothelwas studied by various physicians in that city Meantime the boy had doubled in weight He had attained an avoir idupois of nearly 150 pounds In statue he was the sizeof a short Iman The foot or two that had been added to his stature and the 80 pounds to his weight had all come about in six months a period in insdh remarkIsablestooge from child to man is tha something in the transition has mad impossible for Walter to stand o feet Early in the change it be more difficult for him t walk As the process advanced he couldonl move about when assist ed Now it has come to the point where if he attempts to stand he im mediately topples over backward The condition is said to suggest tha I Willie of the brain cells of which the functions of many are still little or not at all understood may have to do with the whole matter iIn any event whether from brain- er dy origin the growth and thc impediment in locomotion have pro cetded together and they are Iin progress W nat the sequal tvii be to this remarkable case is a prob i gem that ias puzzling to the medi cal men as it U to such of the laity a ate familiar with the case For all Kinds of Plies j burn11tI or to curt boils sores tetter eeze ma and all skin and scalp diseases use IleVitts Which Hazel Salve itchingrpermanentlytGriffin u Bro Subscribe for Tim KBPUBWCAN 1SNAKE BITE REMEDY Was Almost as Fatal as the Pois on and Nearly Killed the itlf IMtfolif llVlltJ IllKpHtlll After the unlimited use of whisky as an antidote for the bite of a cop perhead snake Henry Baur aged liOI lapsed into a state of comatose narrowly escaped burial alive Baur who is a retired business man of Petersburg has spent the summer in a cottage on the ridges bordering the Youghiogherv river 10 mile below Connellsville He larges oftbeganIIsent to Dawson for whisky fin his return as no infavorable rsym Atoms had developed the treatment was continued Later Worme was watchinglsoon after midnight he was horrifi ed to find Baur cold and rigid Supposing that he was dead he washed and saved him and prepared Ihim for the grave straightening him out on a board He then waited until daybreak and started to repart deathI a physician who had been sent for just after Haul was bitten arrived Investigation disclosed the fact that the supposed dead man was in a comatose sleep Antidotes were given and conscious ness returned The cure had been thorough and no ill effect from the snake bite re mained Why Not Little Willie Papa why does the railway company have those cases with the ax and saw in every car FnthrI presume they are put into use in case anyone want to open a window YersPillsWant moustache or beard abeautlful brown or rich black UseI 4NN NI o I i I i is one one pill at bedtime Sugarcoated Thelcureconstipation DYE run en or tlIn oa L r iuu 00 PL iVrLLL I IN III III 1X1 XI M n 1N I NI i I is Job a firstclass pGrandPrizo St Louts tBO4 I bGraphophones TALKING MADE IIESTMachines to 100 Disc Machines to C ofhInstrumontal quartettes etc It Is an ondloss souroo of amusement 4icnrorlginat L oud U nrlviiled M ustcal B rllliant I aspiring A ttrnctlvo ONxxIn4NlxpyXXNNn 25C The dose just mild certain BUCKINGHAMS lrNnlll nINIxIN1IIVINNNNNN NININNIXIINxINNIINNNNx COLUMBIA Gold Moulded Cylinder RecordsIIIIINNNNInUNNn NINllNlnnlnpUNINTupUnNI1NIIbrNllx t11iN UEPUBLICAN prepared to do your Printing in JlIUllueroO MACHINES 750 12 65 IIocaland solos E RI1untcrtttlning 4 C uptlvutlni outwuurltig Renoimnt t Dell litful S uporlor yln In NIIINIIIYNNNNINIVNNNA 2 Cit y11 I IIINIIIINInNINIUNNInIIN1x1II1NNINI1 x InNI COLUMBIA DISC RECORDS o 7Inch SO cents cacti 5 per dozon Q lOlnuli 1 ouch IJ51O per Grand Opera Records mode In only J2 ouch j dozenIend for lal1 cmtslogiia of mnrhtn Wm half0 mil lha nontext popular hits In record cylinder and dlacf CIiIumhia Phonograph Companyii117119 West Fourth Street CINCINNATI 00 Grand Prize l st Louis fB04 Ltiia 1 uM r c I i 4e1IWas MAGNIFICENT SIGHT I the Outtreak of a New Volcano I on Savali Island san I tIIInllltftD The eruption of a new volcano on the Island of Savaii in the Sa group and the terror that it tabcaused among the people in the part tlOfthe South Seas were Witnessed I + by L F Brim an elder of the Mor mon church who arrived on the r the steamer Sierra from Pago Pago The volcano broke out on t I i August 21 more than a month ago j the confined forces from bowels of j the earth using the little mountain standing buck of Matautu as their JJ + means of escape This comparitive ly small hill had stood for centuries with no sign of having such giart r forces hidden beneath its cone 2 It was 3 oclock on the morning iJofAugust 21 the Mntantu opened up The shock of the eruption was felt for a distance of 30 miles and the force of the earth quake follow build 11iJwas a J who attempted to investigated the Is source the explosion anti temblorand 2whomounted a cooledoff stream of J on his way to the source of the 2 trouble The lawn was flooded with rafresh outpouring while he walked ami he sank beneath its resist i a 2le body literally buried ulivt a dI Mr Brim with others who were I 4 residing on till Island of Siixiii at the lime set out to eaploi the dis Lturbed wction as soon as they traveling wits wife fheihad already seen from afar the erup deseriltedj2 and hush nl JIIgreat shower that ut a distance oft A 11 milts appeared like a fall of m a gigantic Cilleofhe whole skyI r was lighted by the display- A feature that will he remember j ell by Brim and his companions Will the tremendous thundering and Iiwhich continued for ninny hours was noted LS remarkable that the roaring occunod only when- I the title was at the ebb 10 away from 1thevolcano When the tide the upper reaches of the IIlpeI Savaii the belching of Matautu not be heard It seemed that some mysterious connection must have ex I r mountain isted been the son and the interior The lava How from Matautu vas half ft mile wide at last accounts and was slowly creeping towards the sea I const at the rate of a mile n day On August 25 when Brim and his com panions last saw it the lava was deep a damaging It was predicated i that all the soil and the beautiful I beach that intervened between the volcano and the sea would be turn into nil ironbound coast cold rock and desolation where hud existed the palm ad cocoanut and tropical vegi 4ti4tation for centuries before It was too that some of the best German plantations would be overe whelming by the floor of lava andj that the German settlement might be wiped out It uppered certain I that Safotu a village with 100 in habitants would be utterly destroy ed though of course the inhabitants would be able to save them t prselves and his companions were unable to get closer than half a mile to the cone of Matautu on account of the flowing lava But this was close enough to enable them to witness the eruption and appreciate the awful thundering and roaring that shook the earth Twenty miles away an YI old volcano that has for decades 1 between smoldering broke out afresh when Mutautu carne into life but had caused no damage when Brim left the Island Savaii is 90 miles from American island of Tutuila and has a length of 100 miles and breadth of aboutJ5 miles Cocanut plantations cover a good portion of island and the preparation of copra forms its chief industry The na tives of Savaii says Brim are not particularly terrified only the first I roar of the outburst scaring them into some activity e Roosevelt of Royal Decent Did you know President Roosevelt is of royal decent a sort of far Alberti IIotherConfederate soldiers and that one of them was sailing master of the Canfederate privateer Alabama when she was sunk by the Kearsage These facts and others scarcely less interesting are developed by Junia McKinley in an article published in the National Magazine for October Last Hope VanlsheGrWhen leading physicians said that W M Smithart of Pekin La had incurable consumption his last hdpe I vanished but Dr Kings New Dis coveryfor Consumption Coughs anal Colds kept him out his grave He says This great specifics completely cured me and saved my life Since then I have used it for over 10 years and consider it a marvelous throat and lung cure Strictly scientific cure for Coughs Sore Throats or Colds sure preventive of Pneumonia Guaranteed 50c and 100 bottles at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drugstore Trial bottle freet Live IIJISIIIand carting away stone at the old ground made a peculiar discov One of the stones was so large it could not be carried away With a few well dilected blows the big bowlder was cracked and to the surprise of the men a large frog jumpedout of it The frog is said to have been larg er than the ordinary variety and of brilliant yellow color It was thor oughly able to jump nail made its escape before the astonished men could capture it An examination of the ruck failed to reveal ny hole or aperture by which the frog could have gotten in it and all the men an sure that leaped from the rock after it had bitn broktii The only way the puzzle of the reptiles presence in the stonethere can bo solved is by the theory the rock was formed around the frog Such instances have been known to him occuml in other places In this case the frog may have perIis evidently of very ancient forma tion From California reports have been sent of frogs found in the gi gantic redwoods which are known to have groi around them for centuries and the frogs are very much alive when they are released The story is vouched for not only by the worl nen but by the residents of that part of town A Darodovll Ride often ends in n sad accident To heal occidental injuries uses Bucklens Arnica Salve A deep wound in my foot from an accident writes Theodore Schueleof Columbus 0 caused me great pain Physicians wore helpless but Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly healed it Soothes and heals burns like magic 23c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggists Style Knickcr So the son of the wealthy conductor is leaiiing the business from the bottom BackerYes he has started in as- a hod chrner only he insists in car rying the bricks in a suit case FOR BOTH One disease of thinness inI children is scrofula i in adults consumption Both have poor blood i both need more fat These diseases thrive on lean ness Fat is the best means of overcoming them i cod liver oil makes tho best and heulthiest fat and SCOTTSEMULSION is the easiest and most effective form of cud liver oil Heres n natural order of things that shows why Scotts Kmulfjion is of HO much value in all cases of scrofula anti consumption More fat more weight more nourish ment thats why Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4094J5 Peal Street New York 60card100 II It II II AUtltunbtl REMARKABLE ACCIDENT From Wood Ashes Causes Mans Hair and Beard To Vanish Iwaxreittnua 111111tRodney Gifford of Mentonne inc this county was the victim of a very strange accldentor occurence thisI morning that is perhaps withou parallelHe a wood furnace in the basemnnt of the house and as he burns a good deal of wood large i quantities of ashes accumulate in the cellar For some reasons he has notaccording to his usual custom removed I the ashe for two or three year and there was a large pile of them in one corner of the basement ond l he concluded that it was about time he got them out so he employeda I man to assist him on the outside and I shoveled the ashes into baskets handed them up to his assistant I The work was very hardthe base very warm and ashes very dry I so that in a few minutes after the work commenced the basement was I filled and continued to be fllledwith cloud of dust from the ashes and Gilford was and continued to be in a lather of sweat He noticed that his face and eyes smarted good deal from the dustI but thought nothing in it for a long time He was headed all the time and at barI felt a smarting on his head the dust had worked into his hair and taking out his handkerchief to wipe the sweat and dust away what was his horror in discovering that he i immediately wiped every particle of hair off his head J- The dust of the ashes had comhin LI with his perspiration to form a strong lye which had eaten into tIm roots of the hair and caused it to loosen and fall away as soon as he touched it j The elfect was the same on his j beard mustache eyelashes and eyebrows and the man was as bald as a I billiard ball as soon as he rubbed hisI head and face The skin peeled off his face and neck very badly too and taken all together he is a sad looking sight and in a most painful and embarrasj sing condition His physicians assure him that he will come all right again in time but even if he does he will let some one else shovel out the ashes after thisThe reason he never had this trouble before was that his cellar used to be very damp and the ashes soaked in the moisture and were out lusty but he had the floor cemented before this last lot of ashes was de posited and no moisture could reach I a them IAli1Theleased to learn that there at one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitu onal treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internationally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the dis ease and giving the patient strength y building up the corstitution and assisting nature is doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer I One Hundred Dollars for any that it fails to cure Send for CUiioeI of testimonials Address F J Cheney Co ledo 0 i Sold by Druggist 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con itipation mI Self Government In The Public School Organized selfgovernment of children by children for children is in successful operation in many of the schools of New York Philadelphia and others localities It ought to be introduced everywhere for it has solved the problem of municipal politics and has vindicated the wisdom of representative goveinment irrespective of sex Like the system of juvenile courts as a substitute for ordinary police supervision it has proved its superior efficiency stayI new system school o more than 2000 pupils in one of the sudurbs of New York The whole discipline of the school was placed in the hands of the children themselves They elect a mayor and council Their teachers are present at the meetings of the council and retain ultimate authority but rarely exer it Formerly the constant presence of policeman was required on the play grounds Within a with theright responsibility tlf govering themselves the school became orderly and lawabiding In these miniature republics of boys and girlsgoverning themselves and eachother by universal suffrage holding their own courts making andenforcing their own laws no special legislative or private interest has any chance There is no graft no boodle no collusion between their police and wrong doing President Roosevelt has commended the teaching of civics by this admirable plan Many eminent educa tors give it their enthusiastic approval Hut if children without distinction of sex have thus demonstrated their ability to carry on government how long will it be before the same principle will be applied to all citizens men and women with similar resultsbeneficent I Cheated Death fatallY1but lawnIwhich caused me great pain suffering and anxiety but I took Electric completeInever trouble and keep them constantly on hand since as I find they have no equal Zo Wayne Griffin Bros druggists guarantees them at iiOc 0 In Hogwallow Society IticwHllutr KrutnrUnti I Ellick Hellwanger opened his new moonshine still in the big gully near the Rye Straw Graveyard last Saturday night in a brilliant blaze of glory Several also brought their lanterns along A large and enthu siastic crowd was present and help ed Ellick open and Raz Barlows Excelsior Fiddling Band furnished strains that made the feet very hard to control All guests that were able to do so departed at midnight and as each one left he was present ed with a jug of joyproducing con tents as a remembrance of the occa lion As soon as Ellick gets started up good he aims to add a blacksmith shop for the benefit of his tradeI0 To Consumptives I The undersigned having been re tored to health by simple means nfI tel suffering for several years with severe lung affection and that Treaded disease Consumption is aux IOUs to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure To- those who desire it he will cherfully send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they will a sure euro for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and alt throat and lung Maladies He htyts all sufferers will try his remedy as it is invaluable Those desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing will please address Rev Edward A Wilson Brooklyn New York 32yr Natures Best Tonic JSlltVii11 Laughter is undoubtedly one of Natures greatest tonics It brings the disordered faculties and lane tions into harmony it lubricates the mental bearings and prevents th friction which monotonous exact ing business engenders It is a di vine gift bestowed upon us a life preserver a health promoter a joy generator a successmaker Life with the average American is too serious at best Never lose an opportunity for relaxation from the stress and strain of your business or profession Every draught of laughter like IIU air cushion eases you over the jolts and the herd places on lifes highway Laughter is always healthy It tends to bring every abnormal condition back to the normal It is a panacea for heartaches and lifes bruises It isn life prolonged People who laugh heartily keep themselves in physical and mental harmony and are like to live longer than those who take life too seriously CA TORTSBeers teeIbKind You Hm always BoajlJ 6lgnitni 111of It I 1 Awgetabte PreparationlbrAs similating thcFoodandBegula ling the Stomachs of Promotes DigcslionChect ness and HestContalns neither OpiumMorphine nor wural Or icOTIC OUJrSJHlJE11mt1rR isrrrt AxrR Ig4d- adr fit II 1fnrottM CorConsUpanon Worms Convulsions Feverish- neSs and Loss OF L 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tEMACltoR + tvepnwer Miylr only by the WUTCIIFIELU IHABMACALCO lineForaleby J H WILLIAMS Hartford Kytj44tiii+ + ii+fis+ i ++i++ ++++++ b+ rei+ F4f444+ 4Im- i Lgcxs s i R- VY LSvr o + eta wUa I II THE OHIO COUNTY FAIR 1J Grander Bigger and Better this year than ever before Enlarged Premiums Insure Firstclass Exhibitions in speed and Show Rings each day- Louisville Brass Band in At tendance Hartford Republican Issued by the Hartfnnl I nIIlhhingCompxny ISCOKPOBAVED C K IITJIJrsa rssoxsa CurncJln 3 Rouch rO i FRIDAY OCTOBER 6 REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR ItJImHT Tin CHARLES C BEARD Holt COUNTY jriKlB W B TAYLOR run COlNTY CofUT rilHIK W S TIXSLEY FOR COfXTY ATTOKNEY 12 M wOODWARD rOil SI1E1I1F1 R B MARTIN FOR JUIEI OSCAR MIDKIFF SUlElllXTBXItnST OF SCHOOLS JAMES M DsWEESE j Fo1tt aES alt SAM W LEACH t Olt SfUVKYOIl I NATHANIEL MOXLEY Full loltOIIIIJEROME ALLEN j FOR MAGISTRATE I ItHrtfonl IHntrlct Xrlifilan lliirni Crnmwell HUtrlrt W P Jlllltr a FulpbxrsprloeIUtr t1VSIHnn 4 KirdivIUe I ItdrtW IL EdR L llufonl IiUirtet lien S rimmlrrlaln C Oiitirtown lltrlct HerlHrt Kfinler 7 li ckiort Dl trlot Jnliu Jlllw FOR CONSTABLE I Ilnrtlnril liMrlet J II l miU Iniinwrll lltrletl M Yimiiir I Sulphur Sprtnim 1I1rlotIrr Mllklfl I IJrolorlll IMtrkt K lliM n t I Vntrrtuwn HMrltt W II lllll 7 ItwkportUttrhtInnltlInrkExamine paper if it is not correct notify us a HARDEST HIT DOG HOWLS MOST Under the headlines of Its the hit dog that howls the candidate iron bridge committeeman who still continues to write about his and his pals importance on these committees and have the same published in the editorial columns of the Hartford Herald comes forth again this week and after admitting that Judge Mill er failed and refused to notify 11 S Ja land of the time and place of meeting of the Ambrose ford Indian Camp Creek and Hamilton fordi iron bridge construction committees offers up the following pitiful wail It the ndltrt TlK llEpimirix hncl Nutnl a Mil hlyd fur bU pmt lirldi iiiiiiunir nhv illd Ii nut luiikeuut n mil n1101111 tin utliir lirliiKeroiuimnloK lId iiixl tmril It in tn lot nIIt wlifii th oiiiHiltt mt ti rnu lilrr tin rul- VIIIM htdt The editor of TlIK HKIUHMCAN hUll no authority from any bridge ompany pet or otherwise to file a sealed bid with Judge Miller County Attorney Barnes or any other member of the cotnmitteesind- if we had had such authority no opportunity or notice to file sealed bidor bids of any kind was ever given us or any one about here so f tr as we can earn and no one ox pt the Champion Bridge Cos ma hill and perhaps a few others of trie se lect knew when the committee would meet to consider the letting of the contracts As we have before stated our friend M S Ragland a few weeks before the construction of the Am brose ford bridge was at a secret meeting of the committee held at the office of Judge Miller let to thei Champion Bridge Co received aj letter from a bridge company at Columbus Ohio requesting him to notify them when the contract fo the building of that bridge would U let and Mr Ragland made the fact j known to Judge Miller who is chairman of the committee and Judge Miller promised to let him know when the contract would be awarded in time for him to notify the company yet to this good day Judge Miller has never breathed to Mr j Ragland another thing about the matter How could the editor of THE REPUBLICAN or any one make a bid without knowing in what way or when the bridges would be contracted for If M S Ragland brother official with Judge Miller and County Attorney Barnes could not learn how or when the contracts would be j let who could or who did t Continuing under the same head the same assistant editor punily says j Floras up Ki firrthrtiii tnnil up Iq 1Martlnnudtrtyour iunitltnDrv look nt you You IIHVP linn Lnimlril Iv TIIK llAUTFiiuu IEtpriiitri ii i nut Imvlni j rnr vntHiKh to know when Hrimtriirtfor the Ltitlrllnir of a bridge U tnlolt who Alt it LIl how many rare Nleil and whlrli In the Itand bent Mil THE REPUBLICAN never branded j these honorable gentlemen in any such manner They are two of the countys best citizens and unfortu nately for the people the they have never been placed on any bridge building committee where they could i act together as a majority of such committee But when either of them have been on a bridge committe it has invariably been with Judge Miller and County Attorney Barnes or Judge Miller and some other Democrat comprising a majority of the committee with no chance to do any thing except at the will of that majority These gentlemen are entirely too shrewd and far seeing to he sup ed into believing those high pressure misrepresentations of the Heralds assistant editor The hardest hit dog howls most guess you had better howl some more Mr Herald and company TUESDAY was registration day in every incorporated town in Kenr tuck In Ohio county there are sixteen precincts in which voters were required to register and the es timated cost at the lowest figure will amount to and probably exceed 12 to the precinct or 192 for the coun ScrofulaI- s very often acquired though generally Bad hygiene foul air impure water are among its causes w- It is called the soil for tubercles and where it is allowed to remain tubercu losis or consumption is pretty sure to take root HoodsSarsaparillaRemoves scrofula Get Hoodspim flendC L Hood Co Lowell Mass WILL BE ty which everybody practically con cedes to be a needless expense This I represents only a small portion of the real loss to the county if we con i sider the loss of time and incidental j cost to the people in attending the registration Ohio is an aern ei county of the State and it will not I be unreasonable to suppose that the remaining IIS counties in Kentucky expended a like sum in defraying the expense of registration in fifth and sixth class towns which if truer would make an outlay of 21818 tote something wholly needless and which in many instances is a hurl ship and a nuisance The law ex tending registration to the small towns was passed by a Legislature overwhelmingly Democratic It does not in any degree purify IK H ticsin fact it rather offers a 111I mium on corruption as the Legisla ture that passed the law absolutely refused to provide any penalty whatever for the sale or purchase of the registration certificates which iif purchased effectually prevents voter from casting a ballot The practical workings of the system in effect provides a secure and cer1 tain means of vote buying which should be remedied by a repeal of the law by the next Legislature VOTERS will he called upon at the coming election to determine whether the present secret ballot system of voting shall be retained or wheth er the old viva voce system shall be again established While of course it is supposed to be a matter of pub tic policy the proposition to return to the old system was passed up tom the voters by a Democratic Legisla lure and intended to be made a par ty measure But many of the lead ing and influential Democrats throughout the State who have ex perienced the viva voce system of suffrageposition We have never cast a vote except by means of the secret ballot but the history of strife confusion turmoil and dissatisfaction caused by the viva voce sytem is of too re surrenderwe regard the proposition to return is to the viva voce system of voting as along step backward and an effort to restore the lost power of hossism at the polls and to enable the briber and vote buyer to more successfully ply his calling and provide better ly means for the thug and bully to derive the lawabiding voter of his of suffrage WE have not yet been informed concerning the disposition made of the 81000 which has been collected from the tax payers of Ohio county by reason of Judge Millers Board of Supervisors raising the assessed value of property during the past H seven years in excess of the amount H collected during a corresponding period proceeding that datep IF Ambrose ford Indian Camp Creek and Hamilton ford bridges contracted to be built on clear cut sealed bid basis whwas the Champion Bridge Companys man notified to be present at the time the sealed bids are alleged to have been openedojwhich THAT mine mule was the cause of a sympathetic strike on the of of the miners at an Indiana town has receivedso much that probably he wniM go on the lecture platform if he only had a S more melodious voice jTm people have not yet been in why the contracts for the building of iron bridges m Ohio cuun ty are let at secret caucuses instead of a public outcry WE are still asking some one to- lexplainhow it is that competition s the prices of an boughtlifoI olltomiltsIIhunp skirts until we see them RENDER Oct l Mr and Mrs Jno S Spence and McDowell Fair were in Hartford last Wednesday Geo F Lyon Louisville wits bore last Wednesday Isaac Oser loft last Wednesday for a two weeks visit in IxtiMvillo- MissLucyu Jame WIt in Beaver Dam last Wednesday J II Brown Central City was hore last Thursday Geo F Martin Owuiwlioro was here last Thursday Geo W Baize was in Hartford last Thursday- i Simon Jones was in Hartford last Friday Mr and Mrs Owen hurt left for Evansville Ind last Friday to make- it their future home I Prof V M luiele was in l-ieaviorJ W Tilford and wife were in Prentis last Saturday I Chas Cargal come up from Liver ore lat Sunday E M Woodward and Miss Katie I Thomas Hartford were here last Sunday Sam Jones Louisville was here yesterdayJno Hocker was in Central City yesterday Simon Stephens postmaster went to Louisville today I Miss Maude Allen left for her home today in Hatfield Ind after- a visit to her brother F 0 Allen Mrs F O Allen left today for aI few days visit in Sulphur Springs l Mrs Della Cobb Kvansvllle Ind visiting Mrs F E Harris Miss Lukie Millegan Central City visiting Mrs D W Gtvyn- SMALLHUUS Oct 5 Jas S Trunnell anti fanli have returned to their home near j Utica after weeks visit to their parents IraJ1I1 Mrs Robert Hunter and other relatives here and at Cer alvo They were accompanied to their home by Miss Ethel Hunter Mrs William Addington was pleas antly surprised on her return home Saturday from a visit to relatives in Hartford by a birthday dinner The prayer meetings at Rev G Lawrence Monday night and W Birchs Tuesday p m was large attended and enjoyed by those Mrs Robert Hunter is on the sick listaS E Hunter has throat trouble R D Hunter went to Utica Sat urday W C Overhults Matanzas spent of Sunday at his home near here Mrs Louis Geiger was the guest her sister Mrs Seth Hunter Sun day Miss Nora Bennett was the guest Misses Nettie and Gusta SundayCMAGAN Oct liIlro Ira Rice filled his r s Be Sure to Attend If You Fail to See It the burden of the Blame is Yours Ladies Admitted First Day FRLL Oct 11 to 14 Inclusive I I t rohI i 41 43 Our Full maul Winter Wearables are ready for i I M 13 your inspection Tons of merchandise of every do EJ 41 scription have heen bought anti put on sab fur our t 1JJj I 41 at than we can buy them So you can t J1 readily see time ilecessltyill early buying Conic Jo 4i early and get the cream of the stock j 4J tt41 Ii hlillit1eryt3C1 h When you see the pile of Mats we limo showing U 01 you wil wonder where ihey came from mull whore T Iii I1 the liO lining to get the customers to buy them If t i we havent been telling you wu are anxious to suit jj c you and cnnlidently believe that there is no mer 1 chant who can serve yu all around as well Miss jj c 1IIil Kinjj the head of this department extends t4ill Iii f 1tyou wu to oHur will be a pleasure to us and it costs you nothing to It tf look 4l SHALL WE EXPECT YOU fJ- c 41 I Dress b 1 Goods and4 ReadyMade Skirts B- J In this section we distance mill competition Wu iJ have time assortment of Fabrics in all the leading 4 4 co Colors at popular prices Then is nt a plle in this tt mammoth stuck of Dress mods Trimmings maul lilies that can be duplicated fur the IIIiw charge it 1 oniu nml look at them We will put our time IJ t J1 against yours and we wont fuel haul if von do not J 41 hut 9 0t t Clothing Shoes 9 41AidHats 9 4soutfitters fur I nell and boys wu curt compari tt sun We know that wu show a s troiu ttr t 4 4 bu gotten together in this county Hcantim tJo tJjJ OUR SHOES pro from the must dupundablu fill t y 41 + 43 toiies in time United Status They have the t J 41 9doll41 Ivvery department is verl1wing with now mol tJ chandise At a very reasonable expense you may s Jf help us to unload our Shoes Suits lints Overcoat tt Furniture Stoves and everything else 43 you need t t 41 41 Beaver Dam icy9urrrr iriLrC Yrrr b 7 1 rtrrr ie regular appointment nt Pleasant Hill Saturday and Sunday Miss Ycrta Wright Haynesville Miss Lena Miller Hickory Grove attended church at Magan SundayStephen Ralph died the 27th tilt typhoid flux His remains were interred at Pleasant Hill the 23th Messrs J H Miller and J W Ralph are convalescent Miss Lee Cooper who has been visiting her cousin Mrs Saphronie has returned home Mrs Fronie Clements is visiting her uncle Joe Cooper of Jingo The spelling match at this place r Friday night way largely attended Muck Ragland Hartford spentSaturday night at H C Wrights INotice For Claims agniiisttheare sametoor beforlverAll persons knowing themselves pleasesettleG W Rowe Admrii W Centertown Ky E + rrrae f ktrrd I t uo m fIi O IY WI ReasonslIWhy i I Yuu should trade ut Fairs First we buyand soil + b for cash therefore our goods aro cheaper Second we curry tho largest und best selected stock of Mer t chandise in Hartford you can lind what you want Third you are treated courteously whether you buy or not Come make our place your headquar ters through October 0 yFairs Millinery A grand success was our Millinery opening The great crowds that thronged our Millinery parlors last week and the high compliments paid our display are butter testimminbof their beauty 4thllI tin ml writer call portray If its style quality and low price come direct to hairs for your Fall Mat Fairs Woolen Dress Goods I Of IIlll you will want a new Skirt or Suit for 0 the Ohio ounty Fair and we want to sell it to you Our stock consists of all tho lute weaves and shades in hotel IMaids lull mixtures at prices run ning from irHstoSljr per yard For a stylish outlit call and examine our Silk and Dress wads tock Fairs Cloaks Furs and Skirts lust a tritle tally to talk Wraps Our stork is in amUonu are buying in order that theynlsty get choi ttWo pride ourselves on showing tilt pret tilt lint in Childrens nod LILlie Wraps that it has evcr been our pleasure to shun Come let us 1 R show you tilt stock our styles null prices will do til- tIt If Ilt n ixtcnd to you a cordial invitation to visit us and iI spect our Gall Merchandise Remember The Place u J Hartford Republican =i FRIDAY OCTOBER B I IlllnolsCentralRallroadTlmo Table r Non Ii 111111114111 Ilnnnil- NuNoUiln 4i n in til cllI llttl Htu r No trMti l31Ufim Xn let due Xtp m No 10 in 37ilii No Ill ilitflMOp ru I a I THKTlir II H I1 It II MfAN will print tree ol rfinrun Memory NolUin Olillunrlm KrnlnliniiN of llvkprrl Kir in the extent ol ISO word All aver Hint amount tclniriti lorni Hie rnlinl lr per wnritl enli In nilvmicr rir Arllrlro In esce nl ISO urorilii will bi ml down to reryulrrl limit nulPMN iiurnry In XMII with iiinnnIrlll Ia nrr Ic ii word in evrry lnlnnrt Fresh Oysters at City Restaurant For school shoes visit Carson Co We pay loc for Eggs If CARSON Co i V Call at Fairs and get their price on winter supplies Folks that want stylish millinery tome to Fairs n0 Attf L McCall Patterns at Fairs lOc and 15cnone higher Fairs Furs and Cloaks are the latest Come and see them l Uncle John Shown Beda was t i very pleasant caller yesterday Aroin Petty the tailor is ready to 4 41k19 your work in firstclass style Economy is practiced when you I r buy in Fairs 5c and lOc Basement Nicest line of Cakes and Crackers in Hartford at City Restaurant If you need a new Suit visit Car son Co If you want fine footwear visit Carson Co See us for Fall Clothing of all kinds CARSON Co The prettiest Silks are at Fairs Come and see them The new Plaid Silks and Woolens for Waists at Fairs My Sly Fresh Oysters Fish and Celery atCity Restaurant Mr and Mrs John Taylor arrived at home in Hartford Tuesday Clothing now ready for inspection StoreIBring your Eggs Chickens Feath ers Lard and Bacon to Carson Co Be sure and see our new clothing before buying elsewhere CARSON Co City Restaurant will be chock full of good things to eat during the Fair Willie Duncan McHenry made us a pleasant call while in town Mon day jice Cream and all kinds of cold drinks at City Restaurant during the Fair TaflettaISilk at1 per yard Its the regular 125 quality durt ing the Fair at City Restaurant Every thing good to eat City Restaurant will do its best to wait on all of its friends during the Fair Come ComeICol C M Barnett after spendingI a few days with his family turned to Louisville Wednesday WANTKD 500 dozen Eggs W J III pay 14c cash 15c in trade SANOEFUR Co Dont fail to see big line of Peters shoes we are showing now LONG Co Little Ramon Felix sop of and Mrs James Felix is illof sca let fever Mr James Gray of the Concord neighborhood was a pleasant calle Tuesday You can always get the latest and newest things at Long Cos Econ omy Store lion C M Crowe was in Owens boro on legal business last Friday and Saturday Ladies clothing pressed by J A Petty manager of the Hartforc1 Pressing Club Think of us just before it rains and price the umbrellas at Long d Cos Economy Store A highclass Louisville Brass Band will milke music for the Fair None better in Kentucky Some beautiful patterns in of rugs linolcums and mattings now a- Long Cos Economy Store Come and look at the new things in ladies neckwear now on displa at Long CoOs Economy Store Itev1 W Bristo of Fordsvillle will preach at the Hartford Baptist church next Sunday and Sunday night Leave your laundry at Cleve Iler grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laundry IBtf Miss Mattie Bennett returned from Liitchtield Tuesday where she hud been attending the Methodist conference Miss Annie Breeden Louisville has accepted a position with Dr J R Pirtle She will assist him in his dental work- Exciting running and trotting races each day at the fair by the best horses ever seen in this section of Kentucky Mr Lycurgus Barrett and family of Barretts Ferry were the guests of Mrs Mattie Barrett City last Saturday and Sunday Mrs John R Wilson who has beer in delicate health for the past sever al months is in Owenshoro under the treatment of physicians See our line of sidecombs beads handbags and so many things we cannot mention loNG Cos ECONOMY STORK Rev R D Bennett returned Tues day from the Leitchfield conference He will leave today to take charge of his work at East Franklin Ky See Arbin Petty in the base ment of the New Commercial Hotel I and have that old suit rehauled He will make it look as good as new Mr James P Thomas Louisville attended the registration here Tues day He was the guest of his fath er Mr E P Thomas while here City Restaurant most uptodate place in Hartford Everything orderIcdEverybody is expected and invited to attend the Fair Theyll be there with their wives daughter sons and sweetheart Ladies free first day Mr John Sandefur who has been quite ill at the residence of Col C l1 Barnett for the past several days was able to be taken home yesterday Mr Luther King Henderson Ky who has been the guest of his broth er Daniel King and other relatives in Hartford for a week returned this home last Sunday Mr R B Stevens and wife El Paso Texas are the guest of rela tives in the county Mr Stevens called at Tim REPUBLICAN office while in the city Tuesday Mr W H Griffin has installed hi new prescription case which is indeed an artistic piece of work The Hart ford Mill Co built the case Mr R F Crady being the designer i Mrs Lon Rogers Milton ylIr j and Mrs Charles C Beard Misses I Nancy and Mamie Smith Fordsville weeklandMrs E W Ford and other relatives duringthe Fair xyY aN a r vneW rvtr e Pr Schrojters Floating Studio arriv ed at the Hartford wharf on time Now is the time to get your photo made Several communications reached us so late yesterday that we had to leave out considerable portions of themr A large crowd of little folks enjoy edthe birthday party given by Mr and Mrs R T Collins last Thursday evening in honor of their little daugh ter Lourines seventh anniversary Messrs Sam A Anderson and R E Lee Simmerman and Capt John G Keown attended the meeting of the Kentucky Grand Lodge of the Knights of Pythias at HopkinsvilhI the first of the week Rev J W Cantrell who has been pastor of the Nocreek Methodist cnurcji for the past three years has been assigned to Hickory Grove ndar Paducah Rev W H Calvert has been assigned to Nocreek Messrs It D Walker Cleve Her Rowan Holbrooks R R Riley Clar ence Keown M L Heavrin and E Hartfordst Horse Show at Louisville this week Come and let us fityoureyes with a suitable pair of Spectacles Do not endanger your eyesight by fur ther delay but come at once No shoddy goods Satisfaction guaranteed R W KrNGI 12t4 Hartford House u I Every man owes it to himself ands his family to master a trade or pro fession Read the display advertise ment of the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy in this issue and learn i how easy a young man or young lady may learn telegraphy and be assured a position tf Mr W W Wedding of Louisville son of our townsman Judge R R Wedding is here learning the bank ing business under Capt S K Cox at the Ohio County Bank As soon as he has mastered the business he will leave for Armour South Dako I ta where he and Hon H H Smith will open up a bank WANTED By Chicago Manufact uring House person of trustworthi ness somewhat familiar with lo cal territory as assistant in branch office Salary 18 paid weekly Permanent position No investment required Previous experience not essential to engaging Address Manager Branches Como Block Chicago 12112 THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBrfef Items The Chesapeak and Nashville rail road was sold Saturday to W A Nortlicutt of Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company the formal transfer papers having been filed in the County Clerks office at Scottsyille Ky I Judge William Lindsay has been retained as associate representative of the Commonwealth in the Investi gation of charges against all rail roads in Kentuck which are accused of exacting exorbitant rates The request of the Owensboro shppers to dismiss the proceedings was denied e Charles Logenbohm who murder ed his motherinlaw in Louisville in 1901 and was given a life sentence in the penitentiary but litter trans ferred to the Asylum for the Insane escaped from that institution with the aid of another inmate and the two are now supposed to be heading for Frankfort ISix hundred and fifty laborers from Martinique for the canal re fused to disembark at Colon fearing the health conditions All except 150 were induced to land quietly but the remainder bared their breasts and were clubbed into sub mission Fiftv of them leaped into savedsIn order to avoid any complications over the quarantine regulations Pres ident Roosevelt has decided to make New Orleans the final stop on his Southern trip and to return to Washington on board a cruiser He will leave Washington on October 18- i and will visit St Augustine Mobile Tuskegee Birmingham Little Rock I and New Orleans in the order named f3 It is Amazing r 14 t 19 b f113 jjt13 I The that bMgivenfcial sale for one day only if i Dont miss it i lfi blh Ii Ii fi lfi 4i f tlb4 i AIt 11 Ii u r E 6Tlfi if SAIVI BACH SI i 1 Hartford ti f BAfHARTFORD i i5I IMMC iSurplusStockholders AJdil Liability 4000000 1- i or Securety to Deposits 91OOOOO i Cashierr i t Jr FtwtLt iHat RROOI Directors of t TSNO liooltF t t t++ + + + ++ + + ++ ++++ + ++ +++ ++ +++ n no h License to Wed The following permits towel have luttt granted by County Clerk M S 1u land since our last report Sylvester Awtr Horse Branch age 23 to Rena Reeks Horse Branch age 18 S F Herald Rob Roy age 19 to Annie Sorrels Roxey age 20I Herbert Westerfield Nocrek ages 19 to Clemmie Hoover Beda ages 22 John W Crowe Fordsville age 21 to Dessie T Smith Fordsville age 17Bulah F Garrett Render HenIderDam age 25 to Sue D Williams I Beaver Dam age 21 G H Morgan Haynesville age 29 to Nancy E Baize Fordsville age 22 Thomas Duke Horton age 21 to Ida E Wright Rosin age 20IOASTORAB w rteibKind Yon Hire Always BoughtI Sgllatur 1I cJ tti I fzljjersFor coughs colds bronchitis asthma weak throats weak lungs consumption take Ayers Cherry Pect- oralCherry PectoralAlways the house We have been saying this for 60 years and so have the doctors myfamilythe I for lung a trouble Una J K Jioitcnosfl WaUbam llui- ZSeMcLdl J o A Tin CO Iowell Mau A1ldnirrltfor The Lungsally action of tho bowels Is feceseary Aid nature with Ayers Pills N w arem negsvsv a + t 1 e- li WHEN WOMEN ARE FISHING How Piscatorial Love of Fair Sex Is Regulated by Absolutely Unfounded Superstition Thnt the modern woman is ex ceedingly successful in the sport of fishing there is small doubt Indeed Im her brother fishermen might seriously dread her us a rival were it not for the blighting effects of her superstitions They it would seem take a hold upon her in this sport far outreaching the power they have had over men from time immemorial It hUB been said that fishermen were susceptible to all sorts of spookery because they lived habitually without con ventional doctrine Women on the contrary are religious by ternI perament and yet it fails to act with them as a hindrance to the k connection of trivial details with either success or failure in the kill ing of fish To meet another woman on the way to the boat or fishlnggrounl1lIi is a certain sign of should the merest glimpse of the black habit of the lioman church be had one might as well turn bark and put by rod and tackle for the day To slip or stumble on the way is also indicative of misfortune but of a sort that may be over come to get ones lines accidentally tangled however banishes hope from the heart of a woman j fishing To cut the linger while are ranging the lines is a sign so indic Iwative of poor luck that it cannot be It overlooked It is said also that women particularly dread to have lit their first catch a few star fish This is held to be belittling and a sign that their luck ill never pass the mediocre A woman of great natural wit and cleverness who as the love of fishing strongly related recently that she invariably turned back from pursuing a days sport if ftearly in the morning she accosted a horse ass or other minima eating the leaves of a plant called spleen wort They seek it she ex plained only when overcome with melancholy a complaint which it is reputed to assuage No luck was III a day for lice she said when the animals were sadly af fected THERE IS HISTORY IN ART Customs and Ideas of Ancient Na tions Are Invariably Shown in Their Buildings Almost as much can be learned about ancient nations from look Ilugat what they made or built as reading their writings nod in i1scriptions For tit kind of build any nation erected de pended on several Uillerent things climate geography building materials religion and govern ment says Lucia hues Mead in St Nicholas People in snowy Scotland for instance needed very different buildings from those who lived in sunny Italy Some other coun tries had forests mold built many wooden houses others had great t iunrries and so made use of unis sivt stone and other countries that had little stone or wood but had great beds of clay like undent Syria built their palaces and tem plus of burnt clay made into bricks People who lived among the mountains or by tilt sea as did the people of Urecce mind Itnjv built differently from those who lived on the ancient plains of Asia in Africa Soiuenations hllellllllll grads and built temples for thlldlld of worship that their particular religion required hristJun na tions lavished their skill timid mon ey on grand cathedrals convents and cloisters In countries where the ruler was a despot great palaces were built by slaves but where then was no great monarch as in an cient Greece there were no grand private buildings but the finest work was put into great public buildings for the people Vet if all the books and records in the world wire burned we shoo Id still be able to trace theeus toms mind ideas of ancient nations by the structures mud works of art they have left Swell Piggeries On the Highland estate of the late Sir W Cunlilfe Hrooks Glen Tuna which was recently sold for nnnOUO the roof of the magnifi y cent ballroom is covered with hunt dreds of stairs heath iwblln tko e r7w r piggeries have stained glass win dowse Proposed In Record Time Blinks has a perfect mania for condensing everything Did you hear how he proposed- No 7 r He held up an engagement ring before the girls eyes and said Ebl And what did she say She just noddedTitBitsB- reak in Monotony Capt Swigwell Anything new in army circles Maj Boozly Yes Capt 8wal lei has inventednew drink Will you join usChlcpgo Tribune STAMPS FOR DECORATING Different Ideas Hatched Out from This Fad Are ManyMonks ConltructLandscape Between nine mind ten million stamps are employed in the dec oration of the walls of the refec tory of the Hospice of St Jean de lieu at Ghvut For years the monks have mill ized their leisure time in the for mation of landstniHs from bits of stamps mind at a distance one would never believe that only stamps have been used in their making so rich are the colorings amid so perfect the drawing The idea originated with one of the brothers who madeu small picture of the patron saint of the hos pice on the walls of his cell j Appreciating the beauty of his work the prior suggested that he devme his unique talent tofliedec i oration of the walls of the refec tory and with the assistance of others among tit brotherhood the monk huts devoted years to the work which stands unique among art productions Seen close at hand tIlt work re i t sembles mosaic limit from across the room the hits blend so well to j tether as to suggest oils Only three 1I111tof the tooth are yet completed and contributions of stamps are constantly being re eel i1 front visitors who have seen j the work mind have become inter cfited i His Preference What sort of breakfast food do you like Mr NewcomeV asked I Mrs Starvem on his first morning ia her house Well maam rti plied tit new hoarder I wouldnt mind some tenderloin steak a couple li jwuihcd eggs on toast Iamb chops lint niiillins coHee and emmltrlottptIlnit8dclphi8 Press For Themselves People who stir up strife gener ally tumble into it when it is fairly boiling overhicmlguTrihnneCcnsoliag Site You know my ilanc is yearns older than linn 1 ItOh well what do von tart Nobody would suspect it De troit Free Press Live on Water IHIa anemones are able to exist for three or four years without loiirishment beyond that which Uicv extract from the water h The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a Disease prevailing in thi country most dangerous because so decep I live Many ruddy are tt cltcaie pneumonia hear are often cr apopcxf of kidney disease i kidney trouble is al lowed I a advance Kidneys themselves break down and vastf by c ll- Dfadler troubles most always result frcrr a derangement of the and a cure li obtained by a paper treatment ol thj kidneys If you are feeling make no mistake by taking Dr Khme- rSwampRoot the great kidney liver anc remedyIt to hold urine and scald- Ing pain In passing It and overcomes thai unpleasant necessity of being compelled tc go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp Rcet Is coo realized II stands the highest fcr its wen derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot to take and col- by all druggists in and ore della mayhavethis wonderful new dls B csvery and a book that deaths caused Itheart the kldneypoltoncI kidneys quickMt can pleasant fiftycent tells all about it both11omofewunPRooR sent free by mall Address Dr Kilmer 2c Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Rool and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle i Yw4 fit rcT + rishsll S Ao SHIRT OF AVERAGE MAN Dont Buy Cheap Wearing Apparel bMotto Gleaned from Recital of Experts on Subject The average nuts who buys cheap shirts wonders why tblI sleeves are always in wrong Thats the fault of cheapness said Mr Duncan C Coale of New ark to the Baltimore XewlIln making up big lots of cheap shirts the bodies bands and sleeves are fitade in separate batches One machine fur instance will do nothing hut turn out sleeves They are cut and sewed independent of everything else and afterward put on till shirt just as they hapiHHi to come out And flints the rea son your button always conic around to the inside instead of where it ought to bt1 man who buys such it shirt ought to take it right back to the seller us soot as he discovers the fact Ill war taut you that nine out of ten shirts of that class have the sleeves Hit wrong In shirts it doesnt pay to look fill tIIIa JllltIIH You cant get quill ity for a song nail a few dollars more the dozen will be economy in the long run for youve got the material and finish in the first place and in the second place till goods will stand laundering gel ter and will always have a nice fresh apjHaratice There is a great gond5in run this season on wiry flimsy this res cct following the womans shirtwaist and in designs delicacy is the point aimed at by the makers of the his brands A misfortune for tit i wearer is that the attached euu is very much in vogue I have toi wear two shirts a day in myor tlinmu ycuursof business because with the utmost curt tin cull will get soiled maid you cannot change the cuU without changing tit whole shirt In the course of a year the laundry bill is 1111111111l able inconvenience of tilt filing aside txperlsvrLsllirf temple of years ago I saw a shirt made for a fellow in VOIIII itg that must have been worth several hundred dollars Itwasof leathtcelmiboratelydeeioratcd I gold pities while over tit left pocket was a medallion made of- dal i gold piece with a diamond RttIin the totter It was a fad a weal thy cat tie owner of that state where showy trappings ate as highly prized as monkey dinners at Newport I dont know that he wore it lint if he did mill right It was his shirt not mint THE TREE THAT LI PLANTED Inscription on Grants Tomb Looce- Upon in Humorous Manner byIThousands of Visitors Mnnv of tilt thousands who visit irants tomb mire nt lust n lit tIe punted amid then mar inclined to huigh when they rend the fol lowing inscription on tit bronxc tablet that stands a few hundred fttt uorlhof till 1IIt1I1I1UltlIt This lice was planted to com i inemornte the greatness of Ex President Ilysses S Srant by I Hung Chung A D18JI7 There would be nothing aunts ing about the tablet were it not for till mitt that thin mime two ttpststanding like sentinels one ou each suit of it relates the lhllmldelphia Ledger Which tree is it the visitor wonders feeling sure that lie has n joke on the park department I NOt n few tall tilt trouble to InO- Iup tIlt custodian of the monument fur tin explanation of When they leave tlllIIIttIjl IIltpllhlImis not so remarkable for a wellin Ily ClllllllltlIIolatIIIill plant Galsmine free If two l11eI planted one is likely to live j both are living and there is no harm done TOD SLOAN AND THE KINO Monarch of Belgium Eats Potatoes DiscardedHis King Leopold of Belgium told a rood stpry on himself nnrl Toll Sloan some time ago which has i found its way into the Paris news papers j J was dining in u Paris restaur ant said the most democratic G- alliktert rdo wtaIr ra Kings lIDO on 1001t1IJ around saw Tod Sloan the American jockey whom I had seen often riding nt Longchaiups dining in solitary splendor at the next table While waiting for my dinner to be brought I watched the little Amer mud saw him after tasting sonic fried potatoes thnthnil icon brought to him summon the waiter angrily and bid him take the dhdi away Now I had ordered fried potatoes also and I hind no difficulty in discovering when mine arrived with suspicious promptness that the very same dish Tod Sloan had disdained had been brought to me I suppose said a listener Your ma jest summoned the res taurant man and had the waiter discharged I Oh no replied the king smil ing I tasted the potatoes and I discovered that Mr Sloan was quite right They had been cooked with rancid butter and were very bod Hut I knew that if I sent them away it would seriously injure the business of the place so I went on eating them You see therefore that nowadays a jockey can afford to be more particular than a king 600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents for Subscrib I iers to the Weekly Courier j Journal The Weekly COUli rtlurnnl lien ry Wwttcnsons wiper wants to share tho proltsof this prosperous j year with it = lIb crihlr Itpropive j to give away twenty Christmas cnts ranging from 3100 to wl amounting to 600 in all There bo four general pllIt of Willij U 50 awl iVand sixteen it of 330 rind 2D to he given in theI Istates of Kentucky Indiana o see Texas Mi sisippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is f 1fair and simple Write for the- i J Caurier Journal Company Louisville for a copy of the Weekly Con III IrieJournal giving full details It I will be sent free if I I11SUlrcrlng ullllIKings New Life Till with the result he writes that I was cured All stomach and bowel disorder give way to their tonic laxative 2Iic at- Z Wayne GrillirutHr drugstore nuarantwd Rileys Rye Patch James Whitcomb lliley was look udrye a was driving by stopped his hurl and asked Hullo Mr Riley hows your rye doing 7 Fine tine replied the jv et Hew much do you expect tochur to the acre Oh about four jiilJons answer ed Mr Riley soberly Wards off Pneumonia tlUlmonaryIart are quickly cured of One Minute Cough Cure Clears tit phlegm dews out inflammation and heals and soothes he affected parts strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia Harm ess and pleasant to take Sold by Z Wayne GriHin t Bro iPearls Die When Not Worn Taut pearls die in obscurity and wheylI worn a I always to be gorse in mind by the Dunes of jewels The statement that an historical pearl necklace in the Loure original worth 20000 is rapidly de predating did not in till least sur prise the manager of a well itnou4- ifirm 132 of jewelers Pearls he said must be worn iuently to preserve them If you take a pearl necklace and lock it up you will find that in the course of a year the pearls become dull and lose the sheen that makes them so valuable Heirlooms which have been carefully treasured will some times be found to have deterioated in this way They lose their glow andin some instances become almost black Pearl necklaces never keep t so well as when they are constantly on the necks of their owners It has been suggested that per sonal influences have something to with the patter but I think it is r more likely that the effect is riot to light and air You can wear pearls practically as long as you like certainly for 50 years and they would give no indication of change and you might lock pearls np and perhaps in 20 years they would show signs of dying There are however ways of resuscitating pearls but the fact that they die is quite clearBEST FOR THE- BOWELS If roe Darent a rttlir httlthr momont of the KpyoarbowTloltotpbjileorplll potion la danitroni Tk kpllieCANDY OATHA TIO CAT EM LIKC CANDY DoGoodH emu per boa Writs lor tre t tuaplt and book ltoebenth Address ilk MtrllntKeiMO Coiii anr CklCMO Of Nw Tart KEEP YOUR ILOOD CLEAN BIG FOUR torI 4Cllicado I Toledo I Detroit I Cleveland Buffalo New York IBoston + And all other points East Information cheerfully fur I ri lctl on amilicntion at City f Ticlwt Oilice Big FrturNo i lni Fourth avonue 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OWUII1 lalroIiItltlller 175 THK UKittwiivx and Owunsboro Inquirer 2570- THK UKiUitutAX and TwiueaWcek Olwro Miwon cr 175- THK RKIMMIMCAX and National Magaxinu + 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN ee ev ees ew I Patto1aThe dose before each n4will that ti I d strung and well PAN OLA hni no tqullllr Inlu ri n KwpM- CatHTiJj rtl the HeAd Thiont liKiwli Iv n + Itlllrl eA Lt Grippe and general debility Mnde llKTCliriHn IIIAII + to J MACAI Co Inc For est hv a J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky 14bl eeeee4e1 0 Southern Raiway Shortest and Fastest lJ J Lexington ani Louisville 1 c- Louis t anfl the West I Two trains daily as Leave Lexington a in isvillo 900 a m at St Louis 512 p m Carrying vestibuled coaches and Cafe Observation Par lor Car Meals a In carte through without cange I JLeavc Lexington 1530 p in Lou p m at St Lou is 732 a m carrying free reclining chair cars and Pullman sleeper through without change let Reserve Sleeping Car at 111 liAyt Main St Lexington Ky 231 Ave Louisville Ky or Union n Firstclass typewriter r paper forsale tills of cheap Nasal CATARRH L In all Its then should bo cleanliness I Elys Cream Balm cIcauKt lootlin lid heat the dlieateil mcmbmne Itcures catarrh and drive away s cold In the quickly Difci 4 odd UiioHil allow wrluii 1 mats MtMon uxpenso 4e 610 Lout at Cream Hium u placed into us noairui spread over the membrane and It abeorbed Relief U Im mediate and a cure follows It U sot dtrlnltou notpraducemeealnR Large Size CO cents at Dr ip 4 i ebts or by mall Trial Size 10 cents by null ELV 60 Warren Street New York J J r w I RIDING STRONG DURABLE SELF HEALING FULLY by PATENTS OF IMITATIONS MasticEXAMINATION a tllmoounl Louis Farm THK Wuuk Daily I Modrrn tonlcR byIlr Lines I arrive arrive berths Fourth Depots fice BWOTUERS COVERED Stomach follows Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas moat direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping and tree reu chair ears UomeaeeKers Excursions- first and third of each pamphletsSolders H C TOWNSEND RTGM1TTHEWS IsIPuraedTkk lnnliePuuegtAgedJT- LOUIS LotanLLtAT Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For PrIcegfgA11I A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It falls Trial Bottle free WOMAN HU IAN OSTRICH lI Made Hardware Store of Her Stomach in Effort to Die InJIor New York Nun 1 At the Salop Infirmary a woman i succumbed to an operation the other day which brought to light one o the strangest collections of misceli 1 aneous objects that ever found lodg meat In u human stomach This I 3 n list of them as catalogued by the surgeon who performed the opera lion Thirtytwo hairpins nineteen nails 6seventeen fragments of glass four en five safety pins four horseshoe nails four screws two coins two pieces of chalk one hook The woman the wife of a poor man was first admitted to the in firmary suffering from an injury t her thumb which necessisated it amputation She returned to he home much depressed in spirits an there her condition grew steadil i worse At last she acknowledge to j her husband that some three before she had begun swalloweh intentionIistance He had been such a good j husband to her she said that sh felt the last she could do for him was to relieve him of the burden of her support Every time she swallowed one of the queer things she said she hoped that death would speedily ensure but after the hook failed to kill her she had been forced to the conclu sion that she could not ride herself of life by such means When she was again admitted to the infirmary it was found that in addition to the strange diet she had adopted she waS suffering from an internal tumor She died within a few hours alter the operation had been performed Faith Not Necessary You may be just us skepticl and pessimistic as you please Kodol will digest what you eat whether you eat or not You can put your food in a bowl pour a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure on it and it will digest it the same as it will in your stomach It cant help but cure In digestion and Dyspepsia It is curing hundreds and thousandssome- had faith and some didnt Kodol will euro you if medicine can cure you whether you have faith in it orI not Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro S IF Oldest Summer Girl St Joseph Mo Sepe 30Grand ma Sarph Shook 105 of this citv is probably the oldest summer girl in the United States She has been on a visit at Winthorp and has dates ahead until cool weather She plans to make Atchison and Leaven worthwhere she is well knowni She loves to go out into the country and feed the the chickens and potter around the garden She is appar antly almost as active as the most youthful vacationer Here are some things about Grandma Shook that may or may or may not upset some theories about old age Born in Kentucky Learned to smoke when she was fifteenHad been smoking a pipe ever sinceWas the mother of seven childrenI READ THIS Hopkinsville Ky June 7 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have sold yourr Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for years and from experience I can say I hnve never sold arty kidney and bladt tier remedy of superior merits Most respectively THOMAS D AUMISTEAU A TEXAS WONDE- Rs small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sion weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer- P O box 629 office M31 Olive Street St Louis Mo I i j nil but one dying in infancy I Has been a widow fortysix Rises at 8 a m Goes to bed et 830 p m Makes her own toilet Is always neatly attired Takes a walk every morning She is unable to read but likes to have the I ible and the newspaper read to her needfHas been u Christian Scientist for the last twelve years Never takes medicine in fact never needs it Weighs ninety pounds Is slightly deaf Is a Mexican War widow but has lost all papers upon which she could secure a pension Has been preparing her burial clothes since she was 100 An admirer sent her a cane Why I dont need this she said but I will savp it and fgivp it too some old persons Strengthr youdr notYmustsailnm the physical It gives strength to syeand palatable and the only one compina tion of digeslantsthatwilldigestthf- ood e and enable the system to ai- lpropriateallofitshealtandstrength giving qualities Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro a Explained I Cholly I pride myself on being a free thinke- rStellaWell I dont suppose you have enough to charge admittance for vd STcIIABun thethe Kind Yw Have Always Botsl Blgiitut Aloneys Lack of Warmth Here is a good fellowship story that is going the rounds Give a man a tencent cigar and he will beam all over and love you for six hours offer him the 10 cents with which to buy it for himself and he will throw it in your face Give a man a pass to a show and he will call you a good fellow in all the languages at his disposal offer him the money to buy a ticket and he will youhomer jump at the chance give him 2 and tell him to get a good meal at a cafe with your compliments and he will knock you down The dollar is mighty but it isnt warm A Pleasure to All No Pill is as pleasant and positive as DeWitts Little Early Risers These Famous Little Pills are so mildand effective that children dei icate ladies and weak people enjoy their clansing effect while strong people say they are the best liver pills sold Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro His Remarkable Memory Excuse me said the absent minded professor but havent we met before Your face is strangely familiarYes answered the young lady our hostess introduced us just be dinnerAh rejoined the professor- I was positive I had seen you somewhere Inever forget a face Had His Uses An Englishman who was out West in early days fell in with along train of prairie schooners the leader of which announced that he and his fellowemigrants were going found a town having everything that was needful and nothing that was unnecessary We wont have any waste he said there isnt a person in our party who wont do some important duty in the new town The Englishman pointed to an old and feeble man with a bent I back and a long thin white beardI But that very old man j said he cant possibly be of any use to you can he Oh yes said the leader cemetery with himIi CASTORIAIFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the- Signature of i Zui 2 yr CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS m GoodUse I IST RON DellubotuUtust4u trlalrSI dew Again It what Mrs Lucy StovaltofTiItonaa said aftertaldnr k Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hundreds l of other weak woman are being ro stored to perfect11 health by this rem edy YOU maybe well if you will take It b Indigestion cautei nearly all the sick sell that women hate It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodoll Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that maybe eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs KodoljurIndlIeston risingsbelchingheartburn and all stomach disorders Digests What You Eat cwt IIHH I Nul l by Z WAYNE UUIFFI11 Illinois Cetitrul R R Annual Stockholders Meeting at Chicago October 18 Per sonal Attendance of In dividual Holders Desired FREE TICKET TO TilE MEETING Public notice is hereby given that the regular annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company will be held at the Companys office in Chicago Ill inois on Wednesday October 18 1905 at 12 oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said meeting there will be issued To Each Holier of One or MoreSliares of the capital stock of the Illinois Central Railroad Company as regis tered on the books of the Company at the close of business onTuesday September 26 1905 who is ofjfull ageA ENABLING HIM OR TIER TO TRAVEL FREE over the Companys lines from the station on the Illinois Central Rail road nearest to his or her registered address to- GKIGRGO and RETURN such ticket to be good for the jour ney to Chicago only during the Four Days Immediately Preceeding and the day of the meeting and for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meetingand the Pour Days Immediately Following when properly countersigned and stamped during business hour on or before Saturday October 21 1905 that is to say between 900 a m and 500 p min the office of the Assistant Secretary Mr W G Bruen in Chicago Such ticket may stockICompany in Chicago but each stockholder must individuallyljapply for his or her ticket Each application must state the full name and ad dress of the Stockholder exactly as given in his or her Certificate of Stock together with the number and date of such certificate No- m e than one person will be car riel free in respect to anyone Told ing of stock as registered on the books of the Company A G HACKSTAFF Secy Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN I Cumberland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Co I ncciriHiroted heres nothing the matter with I my business I have the Cumber t land Telephone In my reblrtencr a d hanGer to nbout the Tele ftndI1A E PATE Manr mlIlQCD mTOhio Count9Circuit Court TK Illrkhend Jndxe lieu It lllOKOAttornv T II Itack Jailer Kd U Hatram Clerk Frank I JVlIx Muter Com mlMloher Y L Jloteley 1raittv Jury Fund Ca 1 Keown Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sheriff C Keown Clarenm Keown Jo II Robert Ham Keourn aCourtronven flr tMon day In March and Antrim nod continue thru week and third Monday In May ned NoTcmlier two week County CourtJ I Miller Judge MS RBK arid Clerk W II llnrne Attorney llurtford aCoart convenes lint Monday In each month MondayInCourt of Claim Conrenei lint Monday In Jet nary Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Offlrern J 11 Wood Surveyor Ceralro Frank Lowe Asueeaor Beda James Deweese School Saperlntendent Hartford lien L flail Coroner Sulphur Spring Tuotlc o Court11 F Hudson heaver Dan February 18111I- S August 31 November 3- 0Jeol Martin Itnlietown February 11 May 14 August 20 November JnoMnrnhHtn Narrow February So May August 29 November Ia T A Evans Fordtvllle January IS May 7 August 27 November C J A Hick lluford February 7 May II Auit oat 12 November 7- WAItoneCentertowuFebruary9 May II August 24 November P II J Wilcox llorkport February 20 Slay 6 Auin t 25 November 1- 4SXajetfoxi Fcllco Coup Jno H WlltonJnd C K Smith City Attorney H r Harriett Marshal Court con wens second Monday In eachniontb nelieoxa O trrrlc j M E Church SouthService third Sunday each month at 11 a m and 7pmand IonSunday at Ipm Prayer meetlngeveryWedne day evening Rev WT Miller Tutor BaptUt Church Service held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Irayer meeting every Thursday evening ROT J II llnrnett pastor CI Church Service Scat Sunday In earL month atllamand7pm Rev J D liar nedpastor School Trustees Hartford Ja P Miller J Glenn S T Steven II M locker J II B Car sou Jon C Mil- eylItyCounrllaonn Holbrook Mayor H A Anderson Clerk Dr H J Wedding W S Tins evA C Taylor ML HeavrlnT J Morton Conncllmen Secret BocttSaA O U W meet lIt and third Friday night In each month Hartford Lodge No6 7S Fot AMaioniflrit Monday nightie each month Hartford Tent No PJICnfght of the Macca bee every Thursday night Rough lifter Lodge No1OKnightsof Pythl 4lrestdoularmting8eturdnybeforeertsundayin eacb onlhProm1PlfoblAlDedotDOree TER writ before PAY and help Inventor to incceu photo or sketch and we tend IMMEDIATe PREE RapOT ON PAT RePlere4mat 605607 7lh St WASHINGTON OCI OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer ex ceptional induce ments to someone who commands a horse and wagon and- o can devote his time to advancing the c sales of our product Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker ca 1 pableof development t into a permanent and profitable businessWRITE AT ONCE Wheeler Wilson Mfg Oo 1 72 and 74 Wabash Ave CHICAGO d- N a 7 t I A MATTER OFHEAL- THROY4 bktNGPOWDER Absolutely Pure HAS MO SUBSTITUTE A Cream of Tartar Powder free from alum or phos phatic acid n Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 0 OUR WEEKLY f NEW YORK LETTER The Fashion Show In Peacock Alley Bespangled Matrons and Lace Gown ed Young Buds Sailor Suits For Large and Small Girls Bearskin aCoats For Tiny Youngsters- By RENE DEVEREAU A glimpse ut IVmiAk alley that tltllKlitfully interesting proiuennik through the foyer of the WIlh1ortAIII torla wlUi Its iiiilmautl brimiw otIfashionable folk convlncin one tbutII New Yorks Kay season If not In full swliiK Is unqiKstlonalily at linnd All day and until u late hour In the even iiiK there Is a steady stream of well dressed men women and children fromlull over the world and the signer and Importer fairly revels In Ideas awl suswstlons which she Kullij R ors here for future usefulness I During the mornings there are pare ties In smart stenmer coats and travel n In hats fresh perhaps from a recently luoded French liner or well kllownI Now Yorkers In tailor frocks bockI from Newport or bar Harbor In the evening there are frequently tome half ilozou or more eutertalnnionts going on t In many dllJVrait parts of tho house so out catches a glimpse of till artls tic the ultrafashionable Ute freakish the liohvralan had the ntwly rich eh ment before the day Is OlrI4 a1111nunt veulng KOWIIS recently seen tlltrlIn were all aglltter with tiny spangles hand applied on lllmy net Under the many lights they sparkle with unusual brilliancy A very beautiful black spanglid gown was worn by II well brwl Krjklng brunette of exipilsltt col oring The skirt which was made oerI i IMUOSJMW OOVNll VWNft MIKt loch tUHKin iiiUrlitittl with silk lilted u rtliry over the liljin mid lared li linitly ut the liuitum With her was fivnli yuiuitf girl in a dalntv Inca rah fr Mk of white with sprigs of ink buds nindi of rlbbun II lliiJlIIt1j- J H the IIIIB and tied with IllthnlI nu knots The liixlico of this gown i viis trimijied with tulnIIIIIIIII cllm1blullliK fVliIni ai1 + hre lien i 1i s tills iason fur emus r theater or evening me frock An attractive fcaturt about them la the fact that they are out In the shops gemlmade only a little Ingenuity to fashion them Into artistic toilets Thu material pro vided for an ample gown pieces for tilt holies and sleeves being separate For the debutante and quite young wonmn dancing frockR of Ilerre laitj lire dainty and youthful looking Some of these come with graduated flounces nil ready around the skirt pattern mid bcdlct trimming for surplice effect These gowns are so eimlly constructed that they way be made at home which materially lessens the expense Ins nlt 1 There nrn exquisite patterns simple and reasonable In price with medallions scattered nt Intervals throughout The skirt portions having ilecldnlly circular tendency are held out around the bottom by the rulllisl aud chiffon trimmed petticoat School girls In their terms and their younger sisters are wearing becoming I suits more than ewr this full are roods of the regulation navy i in and other colors with sailor Mouse collar and soft silk ties knotted h taunt On the sleeve and shield the In signla Is worked In colored silk and college girls are embroidering n mono gram on the left sleeve of their blouses Black and white chinks make smart little saline suits trimmed with wide I black Hercules hnM finished with narrower width braid of bright red o iilue on the Inside A pretty shackle nit for a tiny girl was a two piece suit the plaited skirt being attached to little waist The sailor blouse with deep allies was trimmed with red and Mack braid with an emblem embroi dered III ml mill black on the shield fwd sleeve There were two rows of brass buttons down the front and u soft black tie wax tied In a sailor knot IvniMtli the collar Dressy little white and colored serge giiwns come ready made with illiely lucked gnlmprs null undcrslcpves of white lawn or linen A pretty model was mode In one piece ss Itbn InTtha trim ming n rotwd a round neck formed of material cut In squanM finished ioiind till edges with a bits taffcti silk hand The sleeves which hung louse to the elbow were also edged with a tnffitii silk band and laced down the realer of the upper portion with ribbon matching the gown III cud or With n dnss or so of this descrip and half a darer white gnlmpes a young girl may be appropriately and freshly gowned each day fut nay occa shoo On any bright days In the early fall or winter one truly see In Central park ware slitiimibly dressed lithe people limn limy be found In soy other nits In the gliti Soim lire from the noel I of iiillllnntilriiliiin whose nurses loik trlthsnxdrlua upon any stranger who iiny spijik to their young chin iges j Otlers fast as smartly If tint so richly cliithed are from liniiililcr walks of life nnil hundreds of happy little ragamuf fins injiiy the fresh air nod sunshine with never n fear of being kidnaped On one of till cool days lust week at I Independent little youngster idol lilt tlnv sister walked through Central purls as tliough they owned a punt n- It f TIll young miss bad on n natty lit lie box coit nf dark Mile chevlotmel toll with a double row or brass buto M down the Trout Tin deep rolled collar nnd culls were of blue crushed velvet matching In color and the belt of till materlid was tipped on each skis with velvet and fasliinil In the bank vh two very stylish square brass With the coat was worn a hlllklttl Xnpoleon shaped felt hut n trolll1tlled with silk ribbon These lilt It InlllIcolnrs art also fur little boys and as a rule are h1 coinlnir III most ohlUlnn I Irt iv eiitlnr In hats cups and l is- Is y being extilKlvely worn by children i It Is extremely durable and If well cured for n patent leather lint will look well fur n season Some smart little j shapes are of patent loather effective ly combined with bromleloth A xtylls inodtl was of n trlcnrne shape till brim facing being of Mark patent lentil ter un the Vi triwii and brim of nil LrjiidiIq Kiuli of tlc pjlnis wiw laced with a nil silk colt mid tassel Smart little coats and caps of Imlta thou bearskin In white are all ready for the baby Iwy when Jack Frosts cornea These are so warm and fortnhle anal withal so new that ono may safuly watch out for any number of little Polar bears on the streets of New York this winter TURN DESERTS INTO FARMS Changes Wrought in Arid Wastes by Irrigation Veritable Miracles- to Scientific World Were all of aril dowries fit for the living it could lx occupied liy a third of tilt tibia imputation of the United States Uo into the foothills of Colorado and Nevada There the Hiiphush siirinys froth the sand as It does on tilt IIUII haked mesas of Arizona and New Mexico away to the south Tit tltitiatieliiu estimates that even in Kansas Nebraska and the I a Uotas fully ToOllllllUI acres will jiroduce only a scanty herbage just enough to keep range cattle alive a few weeks during tilt grass ing season yet these states are not considered a part of the desert Already a modern miracle has been wrought The Out who liar that visited tin oasis created by ire rigation may scout this assertion but should he chance into the val gIeY through which the Kio 1ccos Hows or in Colorado along the 1oudre river the landscaiK of Held orchard lull garden which nature has created In a literal wllj l11t11tlllsouthwest fruits and grains both j of the tropic and temperate zones are to be sere growing in luxuri 1IIUl1 where yesterday only grease wood sagcbrtisri and cactus ex ii tvvl Vet the soil is unchanged sure for the application of water It is of the desert without nulls tllhat almost incapable of support life When moistened how over these particles of sand even alkali tuck contain properties so fertile that trout them springs vegetation more abundant and luxuriant than the crops that are gathered from the rich black loam of Indiana and Illinois and the ferlile valleys of New York itself Though less titan ten per cent of till IIlIlllIhllIla for irrigation ellilIIrent t tit atiun depends upon the artill vial water supply These farms aggregate iiillOIII acres 111I South 1latti valley tin most ex tensively irrigated region in tilt tnited States including portion 4 I of Colorado Wyoming and Ne braska has 2 IHMUMI sears whichI are artificially watered Farms in Ttah thus supplied aggregate illlOOI acres Arizona contains lllllll scars New Mexico ir00lll acres Nebraska 10111110 while some of the most productive vat lays of California which srht their fruit laid vegetables by the arload to all parts of the Tinted States ilK well as the principal cit i01 of Kurope are nurtured I- IlirI by wells and canals Ye the average size of an irrigated farm is that over 41 arras whirl gives an idea of the millions of jMople who today deHnd upon these guilt water works for their livelihood rIND CAYETY IN THE TREE Often n Small Grove year DinIngI Room May Serve to Scenery About House It is not IlelP64t1110 have gloomy or monotonous ever greens as many people tIll to think Often a lit tie grove of trees near the diningroom window was serve a practical purpose just as well as a lung distant serous mak fug a straight line but not liar monixing with the landscape Hold your hand near your face and I IIIU can shut out the sun Lint i your drivewuYpith Norway spruces fwd yon may dampen thl j spirits of every guest who comes j to visit You told if the trees do IIlItJ allord shelter from the prevailing winter wind you will neither save j a too of coal roc protect yourself from the nuisances that are sure Ii come into your niihborhood j sooner or later says the Garden Magazine I What we want is light and cheer I fill evergreens over our houses ltnot dark heavy dismal ones In nearly every case plant deciduous trees among the 1IgIfInllI Mixed plantiups usually look bet i ter than either kind alone because twice n year when deciduous trees ire doing things evergreens give theta the best possible hark ground for their unfolding leaves 01 autumn colors Kvergreens alone generally look too somber Chinese Delicacy Wasp soup is looked upon as a ureat deliuacv in China Not Far Out of the Way Maude Mr Oaskell thinks he is n regular lady killer Ksther I shouldnt wonder I had u talk with him last evening tad I really thought I should die he wearied we so Stray Siorloa r IA rasa pan at elk Lt a4tk bt A Paris Model Cape for Women One of the- SeMons Successes IA teasseeks ago we recfllvifl tfiroiigt our lstrl liriinch 11 Copt like tin IIIH IIInstriitHl a illHtlnrtly new mixlfl gar illicit that iiiiTltH the Httttitlon It IH r reiving In 1iirln thin MNIKUU We turn 1 It ovir to a prominent New Turk mitnufiirturcr who linn duplicate It rnlthrrlr Thin unable Cope Wrnp IH V Inthvi lf ns the top top i extendng blow the hhs It Inn ivilwlfrct ifarnvnt hill nlMveliiiii KIH rrfun comfortable o n hr worn wlthoitl ruhln the gown It is mild with t Nav olltun collar and fits 1b4tx down hr fmnl Made of broadcloth In black and variou- sshadescardinal navy tan tray au4 1greentilnn In popular mnnnlih mixture The Price1496-t Address Room 201 R H Macy Coy New York u WHILESVILLE L ln while tit work constructionScrew was seriously injuried Friday by letting an axe fall on his foot Day rettired to Owensboro ITuesday Iar H Wedding spent Sun lay in Owensboro Hailey Cecil is convelescing after an attack of Scarlet fever L Obenchain spent Sunday in 1C with his parents 1W It Cook and wife Heaver Dam visiting relatives here Miss Jessie WestorfieldFordsville spent Sunday here with Mr and MM Clint Hedden Paul Hays Denver Col spent a few days hero last week the guest of friends and relatives George Hickey Hartford spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs Thos Hickey NOTICE Orders Ohio County Court regu par term September 4th 1905 Pros unit James P Miller Judge It appearing to the satisfaction of the court that the Fiscal Court of Ohio county by a majority of the members composing the same has l1 L B 8 B B B 8 la iE B S RM Em- Jt Fair 1 IFurnishings I Wo hate it at low prices and well siltetuil The most attractivo lim of inurulmndisu in Ohio fc county is on our shelves and if you will give us an y opportunity we will convince you that our prices H ore rock bottom imDress Goods The latest in thu markets tt1 The most h mBeltsAHand BagsA big variety m 7 htmom t mPattern Hats Hont buy before you see this line of ready to wear Hats they are pattern Hats of M the latest Eastern models at prices healer than you m can have thorn constructed by milliners Slides Kvery thing you want alldlit 1ricM 141pMens Clothing Hats Shoes and Neck wear And in fat every article that it takes to A make a ni ami e dill of Cleats Iiiroisll I mJJW everything needed tine the home big liuu of lacy 1 K Curtains Window Shades Curtain Polo Counter 1m panes Red Spreads Comforts Sheeting Carpets m Oil Moths mimIW1 I t- l articles m Brown Mercantile Co I IHWOHIOI1lmI m m raB B BBBBBBBBEagEaEraEEEE a heretofore decided that elections toft regulate the running of stock large in Ohio county Kentucky shall be confined to the voting precincts j in said county and it further appearing that Ozias Taylor mull5 I other legal voters of Select voting precinct Job S Wilson anti 20 other legal voters of Horse Branch votin precinct I1 R Williams and 21 other legal voters of South Uuckpur- port t voting precinct Wm W Lead and ll other legal voters of Arnol- voting precinct helve filed their se seal petitions herein praying un elution to be held in their several res J pective voting precincts at the reg lar election November 7th 1905 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters in each of said pre cincts upon the question Wheth er or not cattle generally shall b permitted to run atlarge in said precincts or any of them and it appearing that said petitioners have depos ited with this court the sum of fly dollars to defray the expenses o election in each precinct it is therefore ordered and adjudged that sai question be submitted to the voters of said precincts at the regular elec tion November 7th 1005 and th officers of the election are I to open a poll at each and all of th voting places in said precincts in Ohi county Kentucky for the purpose lof ascertaining the will of the voters upon the question Whether o not they shall permit cattle getter i ully to run at large in their respec tive voting precincts Notice of the submission of this question shall h published at least twenty days be fore the said election in at least four issues of a paper having the largest bona fide circulation in the county The County Clerk is ordered and t h4 t u 5000 TELEGRAPHERS INEEDED or Annniitly to nil tin nea lonlnmm tn xtWlhr Itiiltroiiilnml I IOirlflh rmiiiuinim w H aunt YOUNG MEN ui1 LADIESIIIt IIIItLEARN TELEGRAPHY ccoarxxragnnll Slnlliin AwiitxIiiViNrlni purlsarbuolwre Iholarimit txrltiMvi TrKKrnpli Stimuli IlIlb 811IJdnrervlrn sal Itutid to rvnry nnt t u trimiMi him r her n pndtea mvlnK frnm IO lnmoulhlnritntrrnrlufthelhxtytGwrC KiifkliHliniiKMlliitrljiipnn prnliiatlon tornauntstnnoLxtllydlnrtluunrrtauarenPorrntY Clnrlniintl O IHtNloffUHfrni kfrarhCincinnati V whse t directed to have printed on the bal thefrun Yotding precinct South Hockport voting pre fcinct Arnold voting precinct Ohio KdClello 4rwill cause n poll to be opened in each of the voting precincts therein nam ed on November 7th 1905 for thee purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said precincts as to whether or not cattle generally shall be permitted to run at large in said precincts C CAI P KEOWN S 0 C Hartford Ky October 2 1905 S