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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I y attjt tartfrb JJttpublicu Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year f VOL xvm HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 20 1905 No14r ROOSEVELTS COURAGEI I Everything That Effects the People Interests Him New Assistant Secretary of State Had to Ascume Duties of Chief at Once rfcnlul loTHB tCIIIIIIAS p Washington D C Oct 18 1905 There have been few if any of our Presidents who have ever felt themselves in a position so secure that they could have risked ridicule Courage is one of the Presidents Characteristics whether it be the courage which carried him up San Juan Itill the courage to defy the lnited States Senate or tin courage to propound the antirace suicide doc rte trine In his multifom und elecitc interests there is nothing affecting the people that he considers unworthy of his attention and as its future ef feet on his career he is apparently without concern as little so as his friend Secretary Root whose expres lIon The things one finds to do ore substance and the things one is tries to get are shadows has be- Come famous Robert Bacon of New York tooth the oath of office Wednesday und qualified as Assistant Secretary of SUite to succeed Francis B Loomis As it happened Secretary Root was absent from the city and by virtue A the fact Mr Bacon outranks both the sucond and third assistant secretaries who haveheld their of flees fur several years he was oblig ed to begin his service in the Depart ment as acting Secretary of State The effect of Mr Bacons appoint ment to the the important position- of Assistant Scretary is still a matter of interest and conjecture It is an experiment on the part of the admin I istraMon to appoint to an influential position a Wall Street Man and many raise issues for future political difficulties There have been none yet however to question the ability of Mr Bacon and there are many who predicts that American diplomacy in the far East as concerns the disposition of American capi tal in the Japanese development of Chinese railroad could not be in better hands To those who see in i his wealth and superior education a cause of distruct his friends are r pointing with pride to his clean record in finance and personal charater and hinting that the Department of State cannot suffer by the change from Mr Loomis whose coruscat ing innocence in the Venezuelan af fair had been so often proved Whatever Mr Bacon may be or do- nS Assistant Secretary of State he is personally an interesting charac r So handsome as to be known 111 Wall street as the Greek God he is a man of education wealth and distinguisned bearing He is an athlete uneln linguist a man of sWial accomplishments and habits and fitted apparantly in many ways t for important diplomacy work Secretary lift thinks that the army has not had the benefit of ex tensive maneuvers such as the Eu pean armieshave had ana as are- I putt that the officers might not be so effective in conducting great forces in the field 1 Dewey goes a good deal IAdmiral voices a general convic fti Iamong the public outside the J navy that itnaval officers are too old for their rankst He saysthe Nation will assuredly meet with dis aster in a naval war unless voung s er men are given command of our V styps and I say this he adds be cause I am old myself He aUri- butesja great part of the success of on the sea to the fact I that the officers in command were of about the ago of our Naval aids and Lieutenants and tlf a able to have withstood the J and rig t r1 lr V urN of the long blockade of Port Arthur House Party Miss Edna Bosket entertained a few of her friends Monday evening at her home at Centertown in honor of her cousin Miss Lattie Blanche Bosket of Madisonville Ky Those present were Misses Erma Tichenor Etta Rowe Eura Maddox Nettie Rowe Blanche BosketOlive Carson Lennie Rowe Messrs IL H Lewis S M Dexter Fl M Davis Dr M M Dexter and E M Kimmel All present report a very pleasant time and congratulate Miss Bosket on her excellent arrangements To The Public On and after November 23 our wagon will make regular trips leav ing our store at 815 and 930 a m 2 and ItO 11111 of each day Those desiring goods delivered will please govern themselves accordingly Mt2 Respy CARSON Co A DESERTER Is Arthur Tinsley Who Enlist ed in the Army in June 1904 Arthur Tinsley was arrested at Evansville Ind Tuesday on a charge of deserting and turned over to Capt Price says the Evansville CourierTinsley confessed to Chief of De tectives Peck that he had deserted the army He enlisted at Owens boro Ky June 0 1904 and was as signed to the Thirteenth company of the coast artillery at Fort CasweU N C He deserted in the following October and has been in Evansville almost the entire time since He will be courtmartialed and sentenc ed to imprisonment for desertion by the army authorities He was arrested on another charge under the name of Kingsley and his confession was brought about by his trying to explain that his name was Not Kingsley but that he haI changed it to keep his parents and relatives at Beda Ky from know ing his whereabouts He let drop a remarkabout having been in the army and when Chief of Detective Peck asked him about his discharge papers he acknowledged that he had left the army without permission When taken before Captain Price he gave his correct name and an investigation of the hooks showed where he had been enlisted at Owensboro by a detail from tho local office Must Take its Turns Washington Oct 16The motion to advance the hearing in the case of the State of Kentucky vs James Howard convicted of alleged complicity in the murder of William Goebel made in the Supreme Court of the Uuked States last Tuesday was today denied by the court The case already has an advanced place on the docket and will probably be heard in December in the regular order of business A Birthday Dinner On last Sunday morning October 16th 1905 a surprise party arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Calvine C Borah to celebrate his 58th Birth day the party consisted of his children and friends When the crowd began to arrive with baskets full of delicious eatables and refreshments of all kinds A most sumpti ous dinner was spread of which all partook and enjoyed At the wesma hour the party began to retire to their homes saying this was a day long to be remembered t 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 busi ness in the name of said company except inthe way of winding up and settling whatever unsettled business said firm may have This October 2nd 1905 G W MARTIN C T SLACK 12t2 W S MARTIN- i a AliCE ROOSEVELTS GIFTS Will Be Taxed as All Other Imported ArticlesI Presents Reported as Worth 100000 Tax Will be 60000 Washington Oct 17 Secretary Shaw and the collector of the port at San Francisco have had a lot of trouble for several weeks about which the public has known nothing and it was lifted today when the sec retary was told by President Roose velt to collect the legal duty on all dutiable arcicles brought back to this country by Miss Alice Roosevelt The total of the duty is expected to be nearly 6QOOO The daughter of the president has received luring her trip to the Philip pines China Japan and Korea many pretty and some quite valuable present One newspaper reported sew eral weeks ago that the actual value would be something liko 100000 She received valuable silks in China and Japan pearlsjn the Island of Sulu and wherever she has gone gifts have been showered on her The custom officials have been wondering what they ought to do when Miss Roosevelt arrived in an American port with the riches of the mines und looms of the Orient Someof them suggested that as she is the daughter of the president she ought to be allowed to bring the valuables in duty free inasmuch as Ishe was treated with all the honors of a princess and did much to cem ent friendship between the United States and foreign counties The belongings of crowned heads of roy alty and of diplomats are thustidmit ted duty free into the United StatesSecretary Shaw received sugges tions until he way almost sick All that stood out before his official gaze was that the presents hate bees reported as worth probably 100000 and if the usual rate of duty was imposed it would cost Miss Roosevelt or her father upward of GO per cent or 00000 Neither Miss Roosevelt nor her father is rich although the young woman is understood to have a modest fortune in her own right Finally Secretary Shaw took his burden to the presides and told him about it There is only one thing to do replied the president That is to treat my daughters baggage as you would the baggage of any other pri vate person She will pay duty on everything that is dutiable IAS Of E News Narrows Ky Oct 10 1905 A lively interest is being manifest ed in the work in this part of the county lately Farmers are begin fling to realize as never before the hopelessness of their condition while in an unorganized state In the age of organization and combination they are brought to see that to be with out organization is to be without protection and while thus situated they fall an easy prey to trusts and combines that wild almost unlimited control over prices of farm products Now that the crops of 1905 are about all ready for market it is just as Important that we should labor to secure profitable prices for same as it was that we produce them and we cannot do this except we apply the A S of E doctrine of controlled marketing and price making by farmers In kaepingwith the above named doctrine the Ohio county Union at its last regular meeting Septem ber 30 declared in fovor of the following prices on corn till June 1st TimothyIred top hay baled 50 cts per hun dred also- Resolved That we recommend tQ each local of the county the adoption of a resolution to the effect that in case of the refusal of tobacco growers to affiliate themselves with the A S of Es that on and after November 1 1905 we will not al low any protecting or pooling priv ileges and we further recommend the closing of our doors against any and all who fail to unite with us in our effect to secure equitable and profitable prices Resolved That we indorse the Muhlenburg county Union A S of E to the effect that we endorse the resolutions enacted thereby in ex tending to the U M Wof f1 a hearty cooperation Resolved That we approve the district ware house plan suggested by E L Devenport chairman of tht- Clark tobacco growers association branch of the A S of EIJ PJ FOSTER AINEY TICHENOR 1 J D BISHOP H S LANUM ComIM F SHARP J R WELLEU j Fordsville Local No2 at its lasti regular meeting Saturday night Oc tober 7 received twelve new mem berg We have now passed the 100I mark Locals get a hustle on you and get ready for the great rally to be held at Hartford Saturday November 4 1905 F M SHARP Organizer for Ohio County NEGRO LYNCHEDi Virgil towers Hanged to ani Apple Tree One Half Mile From Jail London Ky Oct 17The only lynching In Laurel county in thirty eight years took place here last night Virgil Bowers colored was taken out of the county jail about midnight carried about half a mile out the road leading to Barbours ville and hanged to an apple tree byI t roads The body located until daylight this motningI when James Bowling porter for a hotel here found it The hands were tied securely and the body was hanging to a limb with the feet almost touching the ground A regular hangmans noose encircled the neck and a note was pinned toI the clothes which read as follows Since we have trusted our case in the hands of the court throHgh and by packed and perjured jurors and attorneys we did not get justice Therefore we are forced to resort to this plan Abe Lincoln said the voice of the people must rule in all instan ces We find recorded in the Holy Scriptures that whosoever sheddeth mans blood by man shall his blood be shed Now let us take warning The least said 7s the best Yours truly THE WRITER Republicans Name City Ticket t At a well attended meeting of the Republicans of Hartford heldat Court Hall Monday night a city ticket composed of the following gentlemen was nominated For MayorT H Black For Police JudgeR R Wedding For Coun cilmenC E Smith M L Heavrin Frank Lowe R C Taylor U S Carson and G B Williams License to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last reportIClyde V Bowling Shreve age 21 to Pearl Weller Shreve age 19 Guy Stewart Horse Branch age 23 to Katie May Arnold age 17 Clarence Wilson Rosine age 30 to Minnie Cook Horton age 21 Jake Ray mon McHenry age 24 to Stella Brown McHenry age 23 Leslie Dwire Smallhous age 21 to Bessie Clever Smallhouse age 16 J W Foster Nocreek age 24 to Lillie King age 19 G H Lawrence Smallhouse age 37 to Elizabeth Stanley Beaver Dam age 29 James H Henderson Sherren Grove Todd county Ky n e66 to Mary Jane Harper Nocreek age 50 John L Cape McHenry age 28 to Oma Ba ker McHenry age 18 John R Himes Martford age 35 to Lottie Hamlet Hartford age 18I IThelrL41 yY PF rN CRUSHED TO DEATH By a Falling Tree Was John B Hamilton 1 Almost Every Bone in His Body Was Broken and He Died Instantly A tree fell on John B Hamilton near Whitesvilic last Saturday afternoon and killed him instantly inlhaulingImill two miles North of Whitesville on the Knottsville road Hamilton and Fidele Ward loaded three logs on a wagon and Hamilton got on the logs and started to the mill Ward sat down on a stump at the roadside and was talking to Hamilton when a tree which had lodged in another at the side of the road suddenly let go and fell on Hamilton wlo was seatedon the logs crushing him to death The majority of the hopes in the body were broken and the head was crushed to a jelly Ward ran to the wagon as quickly as possible but being able to do nothing he shouted to the men at the mill for assistance They came quickly and removing the tree rescued the body and at once made arrangements to have it taken to Whitesville where Hamilton lived- Hamilton was about thirty years old and was a son of the late B P Hamilton a well known citizen of the Whitesville precinct He is Burs vived by his wife and two children RENDER Oct 17C C Baize and Will Laffoon were in Hartford Wednes dayDavid Wadkins Central City was here last Wednesday Jno Barrass Taylor Mines was here last Thursday- C W Stewart Horse Branch was here last Thursday R E Millard returned to Linton Ind last Friday after a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs LT t Millard for the past weekI I P Barnard Louisville was here last Saturday Several from here attended the Ohio County Fair last Saturday Miss Myrtle Allen spent the day in Horton last Sunday Gus Rock and Ed Mossbarger of Louisville were here yesterday- Ed Barrass Sr Taylor Mines was here yesterday Mis Lillye Mae Filmore left yes terday for few weeks visit ip Cen tral City Wm Moore was in Hartford yes terdayIsaac Oser has returned from Lou isville after an absence of three weeksMiss Ada Snell returned to her home in Horton todayafter visiting her sister Mrs Jno Hinton for the past ten days v Fred Millard Taylor Mines was here today Harry Bridges Louisville washere today Come ana See Just received an elegant new line Jewelry such as Watches Rings Chains c Will also do your watch and clock repairing in firstclass style All work guaranteedR 12t4 Hartford House MAGAN Oct 17Rev J A Bennett filled his first appointment at Beech Valley Saturday night H E Morgan has sold his residence to Dr J L Denton and grocery to F D Baughn- T F Midkiff hassold his farm to Henry A Syluester UdldffIlast week and attended the fair I James Coppage and Miss Eva Marin H C Wright and daughter Miss Verta attended the fair at Hartford Saturday I Miss Emma Wright and Will Taut spent the latter part of last wee + r Ills IIPeruna NON JOHN TIGHE Assemblyman Tubes letter should be read by every brain worker leading a strenuous life Hon John Tighe No OS Remsen St Cohoes N Y Member of Assembly from theFourth district Albanycounty N Y writes as follows Perana has my hearty indorsement ass restorative tonlo of superior merit At times when I have been completely broken down from excess of work so that my faculties seemed actually at a standstill Perunahas acted as a healing restorer starting the machinery of mind and body afresh with new life and energy I recommend it to a man tired In mind and body asa tonic superior to anything I know of and well worthy serious consideration J Tighe Excess of work BO common in our country causes impaired nerves leading- to catarrh and catarrhal nervousness disease that If responsible for half of all nervous troubles Peruna cures this trouble because It cures catarrh wherever located If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Peruna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and he will b pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of 4 The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O with friends in Hartford and attend ed the fair Alec Magan and Mrs Bettie Roach made a business trip to Hartford to dayMessrs Ora Eage Jessie Wester field Clarence Taul and Clarence Westerfield attended the fair Satur Mrs Laura Wright Missouri is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John Roach Sheriffs Sale By virtue of Execution No 2235 directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of Ohio Circuit Court in favor of T J Moss Tie Co and othersagainstB N Patterson I or one of my Deputies will on Mon day the 6th day of November 1905 d between the hours of 1 oclock P M and 4 otlock P M at the Court House door in Hartford Ohio coun ty Ky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt interest and cost to wit A tract of Land in Ohio county Kentucky and bounded as follows Beginning at a beech hickory white oak and sweet gum Tom Austin corner thence E 136 poles to a stone in Wm May line Mrs E J Taylors thence S 118 poles to a stone thence W 136 poles to a stone thence N 118 poles to the beginning containing 100 acres being same land conveyed to B N Patterson by the Master Commissioner of Ohio Circuit Court on May 27 1598Fand recorded in commissioners deed bookG page 166 Ohio County Clerks office levied upon as the property of B N Patterson TERMS Sale will be made on a approled F i num from day of sale and having the force and effect of a sale band Witness my hand this 18 day of October 1905CAL P KEOWN S 0 C I By CHESTER KEOWV D S J j c1f19TORS1fBeat u1heKind YaJ Hite uWs OJ J1 ua 111J sr1 i Trr p f I STRANGEST DUEL Divers Fight Beneath the Watf r With Sledges and Shark Knives IHiitriiio Pliiilch Before Judge Pisada uppenrd Rac o the famous diver accusing his cc league Cap podo of changing ne tactics of a duel between gentleme into murderous assault Having received information t that a coal braze sunk in the neigh borhood of Santa Anne lighthouse he said q hastened to the spot ti see whether it would be possible t raise the ship While investigating Coppoda my competitor suddeV came down and began roctirj around my ve= sell The JudgeVas the coal hargt your property RadoIt was according to divers law stipulating that a diver has ne right to pick up anything within a radius of 99 feet from the spa t where he descended The law also says that the first comer is the leg al proprietor of any property fovnc within the space limited Rado continued I greeaed my colleague in gentle manly fashion suggesting that hi probably didnt know of my pre genre He replied he didnt care one way or another sad assumed r threatninjr attitude Then I chal lenged him to deadly combat accord ing to the duello code of Sicely The JudgeWhat were the wet pons agreed upo- nRadoHammers and shark knives AVe were to use them alternately but it was agreed that if attacker by a shark while fighting we should both turn against the enemyand1 continue the duel after the monster was finished or driven off The weapons were produced ir Court two sledge hammers weigh ing about 10 pounds each and two knives the blades with a tremend ous point sharp at both edges Etch knife measured four feet withont the hilt Rado continued Our first bout was with hammers I fought Cappodo until he was on his knees and cried for mercy He said he hadnt his usual strength and as a gentleman I should give him a chance with the knife I did provide counting the signals was left to me The traitors Cappodo made a lunge for me before I had uttered the word three I thought he was aiming for my eyes and war sled ofF the glow by raising my upholstered arm Butin the further course of the duel I noticed to my horror that my enemy as trying to drown me by eutting the rubber tubes supplying me with air ShThree men came forward to say that they were Ratios helpers and had seen every phrase of the duel as the water was uncommonly clear Wo couldnt hear their words of Bourse but we could see every movement and had agreed among ourselves to keep any intruding shark at a distance for we desired the duel to ome oil according tj the ancient ode of honor As to the sharks Cappodos men were of the same mind as we If any shak come nosing around we would have finished them in short order to enable the g ntli men to do their fighting Undo contained We fenced and purliod for 10 minutes or more making little pro gress but it became more evident to me every minute that my oppo flout was bent on foul play The men above seem to have di cernofl his evil intuntion too for hey repeatedly gave warning sigrial fd me AH it developed that I am rs much of nn expert within the knife or owrd ai Coppodo 1 asked him i return to sledge hummers lIeI itrtved aftora last bout with the siik knives Ho maiku desperate lung for ire il a 1 bant low to save myself I saw I M trike at my life depended upon Lick action and letting go of ny st led1tt thebel My nun In onee hIt they vi toil t list I was nearly drjwnwl when i me into the boat lhIorroooratoo by Rados Ji v Md the niltube wnscut t t alil misted that Cop If 1 the foul act with crrin mi Thoirboi driv ti dtt s uneoncioiui t i i iIs tiprc The wal i i 1 I I came to- CappodoI and his men not only deI pied the above version but all i fled that Rado cut his own air tube in an attempt toward ofT or give II blow The trial lasted three days four parties swearing exactly oppo site what the other parties swore To get at the truth I would haw Ui subpoena the fish lobsters and oysters that saw the fight said the Judge and he fined each duelist 100 frances on general prenciples at the tints nonsuiting the charge of mur deroustc aul- tFrlghliul SufMriMg Relieved Suffering frightfully from the vir ulent poisons of undigested food C G Grayson of Lula Miss took Dr Kings New Life Pills with thy e result he writes that I was cured All stomach and bowel disordersgdv way to their tonic laxative 2oc at Z Wayne GriflinBrosdrug store guaranteed It Might Help Some There ought to be a law compell ing exhibitors of moving picture ma chines to display at least one set oir pictures showing how a woman looks when chewing gum A Pleasure to All No Pill is as pleasant and posit ive as DeWitts Little Early Risers These Famous Little Pills are so mild and 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 GI f1i1l Bro 200 AN INCH Spokane Elk Submits to Grafting Experiment and Now Wants 10000 For Skin Spokane Wash Oct 15 George A Lovejoy the Elk who was select ed to furnish cuticle to save a fellow Elks wife suffering from serer burnshas brought suit against C P oftfifty inches of skin which he says the doctor peeled oh his legs while under chloroform Mr Lovejoy asserts that it wrs represented to him that the surgeon would take from his thighs only two or three strips of cuticle three or fourinches long and three fonrthso an inch wide After the operation he found that the front of his legs before knee and hip was stripped and it was ten days before he was able to leave the hospital Mrs Frederick B Searles was burnded in an accident with a lamp at Lewiston Idaho and was brought here to St Lukes Hospital for treat ment A number of Elks volunteer ed to furnish cuticle to cover the burned places but Lovejoy proved such a promising subject that while under chloroform all the skin neces ary except some supplied by Mrs Searles husband and brother was peeledoff his legs The grafting op oration was successful but the worn in was so weakened from long illness hut she tiled DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sure to know of the wonderful mado by SwampRoot kidney liver the great meIthe nine century years of research byI specialist kidney and the emlI wsnasrfully promptly curing latro back kidney uric acid trou bier and Brlghts which Is the worst tm cf klcney Kilmer s Is rec crrrrcnded for Thecures If you have kid nr liver or bladd It will be found last fire remedy yeu It has been tested T so many ways work in private prastlce among poor to chase relief and h to successful InI ever case that a arranferrtrt hiten made by r cf this paperI v io have Ire It may a sample bottle sent mall also a beokI tolling m rj about and hrv a- fntctl su e crbladde When writine this generous offer In this p per send your address Dr Kilmer Harmon N Y Dr at remedl cf dis after Kilmer Dr net too tot Co regular fifty cent and nnmeotewom jitoo6 d druggistsDntr-t nam 5varorH i Dr Krr sIt r V j HEART IN HIS BACK Peculiar Physical Malformation Discovered the Person iofa Boy I i 11ufIIIIIItoh elllr Egbert Timberwood of Men I tonne wiis very much surprised yes mailerIsun of Henry Tinnott a farmer living four miles Soutn ullntonne Ur Timbervvoud was called to gt out cad treat the boy who was re ported to have eaten some sugared pills that had morphine or other sim liar drug in them and had thrown fiuuet which his parents feared he would not awaken Onnrrivingutthchouse the doei tor placed his hand over the hovs heart to see if it were beating hut could not detect the slightest stir although from other appearance till patient did not seem to be in a very dangerous condition Startled at not feeling The beating of the heart Dr Timber wood barer the boys chest and laid one of his ears down upon it but could detect no sign of life Are you trying to see if his heart beats doctor the flasher remarked at this moment If you are your r trying in the wrong place fur Artie His heart is in his back An investigation immediately made by the doctor showed thiI startling statement to be literally true for the boys heart was found to be situated just underneath the lowest ribs and slightly to the right of the backbone and here IheI doctor could plainly feel it beating He applied the proper remedies i and Artie was soon restored to con sciousness and out of all danger Dr Timberwood has not yet heel able because of the boys sickness to make a full examination but the fact that the heart is so far from its proper location is enough to con stitute the lad a great curiosity in the medical world and it may be that n closer examination which will be made as soon as Artie is fully re stored to health again will reveal otherequalitystartlingecrentricitiecon I A Daredevil Ride llucklensfArnica Salve A deep wound in my foot from an accident writes Theodore Schuele of Columbus 0 t caused me great pain Physicians were helpless but Hucklens Arnica Salve quickly healed it Soothes and heals burns like magic 2oc at Z Griffin Urns dl gls tIRELIGION OF ALL RUSSIA Peculiarities of the Church of Which the Cznr Is the Head Clergy Have No Startling f infcssion is enjoined ill tin1 Us siiin rliurrli but is not per fnrnid as satisfaction olVored to Uol No candidate for holy orders will bi ordained until lie is roar Fled This of course refers to wo ulnr clergy The monastic orders must be celibates A widower priest may remarry hilt he must list renounce his orders A in rious inconsistency is that no priest us long as his wife is alire run attain to a bishopric because all bishops IIIlIst In ti thou rileil In the Kiicliiirjst III priest re Pins the bread and wine sep ratcly whereas the laity receives both elements mixed together iron a spoon standing The sac rament is also administered to in hints lint they receive till wine only lest they night reject the bread ISaptisni is a most clnlioratecer pmonv and takes 411 da s before r is complete It includes triple im mersion Iliichrism and tonsure of the iuf ints hah ill I ill shall of- I cross The alIallll1I1 of nary lillll dillis frun II imtilitr SII ntment in tIll Heir n lIlhnlk church being as it idniini ItIIIIO UIIIM who jItthlIJ1 a Il whereas thei illI of Rutn- rnniygivesitinartit Iirunllis01 wlien there is no chance of II 11rlyDSc srrwld ili II Kussinn- tenlilli1I ill ii lira The P slur 1rlr rt tION11r Ill s ii folio I S ro nrnieil ri to anti I I1tst thrr1 tunes dashmud rciitest part of the service 11 i Ivery day in the year foul 11It Or rwl1y day except in uiiiiminimi olllce The average pay of a pi lest is about 111X1 have tiliont lllll nnd n politan who corresponds to primate Si0llll per annum tire no state endowments the Iome being derived from tions nnd fees for no priest perform overt till most I liIIllI lice without payment The Russian clergy have no cial standing a better class slap would not rat at table hik parish priest In fact they copy the place the Church of laud clergy occupied about Itill fourteenth century Sermons are rarely in the Russian churches are books of homilies from the clergy may rend but homilies err so wry lengthy mite and elaborate that the ply refuse to listen to them rule the clergy are too to compose their own sl and even if they do compose they must first hrsrut to Ihr history for approval because government is determined stamp out heresy The consistory err III no User to return the sermons and several weeks or more may before they do so the clergy as a rule leave big severely alone The plI11I nrwr pow pnrurbial except to bra Mir result is they have never gained the deuce or good will of tIll laity Do You Want Strength IIf you want to increase strength you must add to and take from the physical In words the food that you eat be digested assimilated nail proriated by the nerves blood tissues before b inK expelled the physical It lives strength and builds up strength in tern ft is pleasant to th itlpalatable and the only one lion of dit e3 tilt + tlut willdigest food and enable the system to propriate all of its heals anti giving qualities Sold by 7 Griffin fi Hro lAyers Watt your moustache or beautiful brown or rich black 4dear0rlglnul L Dud U nrvtilecl Musical B rllllant I nsplrlttg A ttitictlve j1111r1111r1r111Irrllrlnru1r 11r11r QUEER CUSTOMS IN JAPAN tire Little Brown People Have Strnngc Ways of Doing TliliiRs in Everyday Life In Iipiin llt nlflilllhs girt so hrilliiull n light and HIT so bfiiutl- il that lbrbtllrsnulllchildren io 11111 in 111 ivinliiKS tutu Faith tin1 glIltrlug iu5rrls Inr lunl5nuat This aglow is ofliii iipMsintcd iipiin Iniiiinisi fans Oiiciciiii lil hot insI t iniprisonid in tinv rags ltf bamboo Iliriads and hung from tin riilinj of tin rooms or from tin iavis of thiir IIOIISCH and present u most at tract ive spcrlaih- As to the niatlif of Inntirns ivirVoiii carries one he he nave woman or clillil rverv ttoiise ihl our hltltgrrgn11tsidt mud as they lire of the frailest possible strut ttire umbrelliiH are hung overt them to protect them when tin njin comes Hv the ways ninny things are done in lajian so dilferently fiom our way that I liey are interest im to iemenilirr Iur inslaiiceslioc are made lal1IIllMIIIIIIIIhaw1 thrir b1115 lira In their lull s iustlndof tot Ihoir uvhs Lambs instead of mules me emblems of obstinacy nod local your playmate a goose is the 111Ianyone the way lo do it is to lill him or her that they are looking very old today Uorknien sit down to work anti artists often paint upside lonlllIal is the iiisivas not Ibo artist is upside data II Screws i iii II the wrong tray nail giowu np tide in big baby carriages ilraun by men iogs wrar rnrtjis around tlieir icls mud wlcn a house in briar Ill It the roof Is made lirst an hoisted into plum There tire no sidewalks no Sundays no jewelry 11111Is they throw paper balls at his im age The gals never play with their tails Why Itectnse they have none only Ilu shorlist n stumps 1rat is ncnr cal led Kitty hut hooiii Xodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Wake up your liver Cure your constipation Get rid biliousness Sold coforBUCKINGHAMS DYE nm m or ICYllpa t r uu t to muti A L COLUMBIAtGold i IrrInIidolrqrllrrr BEST BOWELS oal a rrtfnUr health nimmtnl or the KMiy it mo rtt wtjr or keeping- lb bowels elr ao chin Ii to lsk- iCANDY I EAT EM LIKE CANDY 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reach out and secure his share of profit that always accrues from invest ments intelligently made luloneSUNDAY ENQUIReR costs you two dol lars for a year The DAILY ENQUIRER 7 issues a week you get for fourteen dollars a year- Without the aid of a first class newspaper success in any enterprise becomes problematical For ten cents you can secure a sample copy of each DAILY SUNDAY and WEEKLY E QUIRlR Addre- ssEnquirer r Company Cincinnati Ohio Grand Prizo I St Louise 19O4 columbia fraphophoneswN A w w M M BEST TALKING MACHINES MADE Cylinder Machines 750 to 100 Disc Machines 12 to 65 Tho Graphophono reproduces all kinds of music perfectly band orchestra violin vocal and Instrumental solos quartettes ate It Is an endless source of amusement 125IgrUU111ulplnllullOrlupr69p1 n1tIIIIIr11In1nIr11rI1r111111w11InIIMIIrI1n1e11w111111111e n11101111MSII Moulded Cylinder RecordsIIrIrtnIIIrIIsilorrlrn sullnIllrllrlrlm FOR THE boiMUerirytlorlonrelllorwIllbt bllanaernu ai- rsmoothedutert t- violentpkrleetptllpotion CATHARTIC genuine prosprll investment thjgleaned Q4 RJch I jtGoutwenrlng Rusoln- to cIIKlitful S uperlor 1nlu40nOtI pI flqI1 25Cj COLUMBIA DISC RECORDS 7 QIQhcGrand Opcrti Records made In lO lnch dIscsonly 2 uuhISend for lotoat catnloguas of etrrccardsCt1lumhia PIJOogalll Company 1 H7H9 West Fourth Street CINCINNATI 0 saaHEsac TCJ Grand Prize ti7 LouJsr1rJ04 1 4 a il4 Rc Ip v STRANGE LAKE Has Arisen in Nebraskan Darren Lands and Flooded Much Territory 1IIdIISIIII1A lake 20 miles long and from i tree to five miles wide has suddenly sprung iio existence in the sand hills of Central Nebraska Where six months ago there were wastes of mud is now u body of water 10 to f0 feet deep and constantly raising i The overflow has found nn outlet I and started down the valley toward I the Missouri River forming a stream- S the lengthof which no one can imagineIIt has been known for years that almost the whole of the central if d not the entire western part of state had un underflow of theI draining down from the Mountains Cattle kings have used i it by sinking what are known as Mowing wells These are distill guished from artesian wells which must be sunk to great depth The I Slowing water is ioiind at a depth of 60 to 80 feet This is supposed to be the origin of the newly created lake The phe noineiicn wui tirst nntitied in June by a man who was surprised one day tl in passing depression in his land to linn it tilled with several feet of war ter Still he did not give it much thoight But day hv day the vouinu ofWa ter grew The saiwl hills are on the eastern slop+ of the Rocky Mountains a an elevation of about 2000 fe- etIlVthlevel The hills M ridges IIP 1 tnourils of sand 2 to nreI feet ubri the sun undinjr country ThttluselItU water filling up i neIf the lejiri ltsuetweon range iiivl llf Tho extL at flint was a jvw am Irtt nfttT two week iti found an outlet irititlie next hollow I li viul HI1I tlWem that the coining Iii the water hml some effect 11 m the unit rllow for each addi tint to till Ink wan immediately fed buy untlerrround springs fhe surface of tin lake is doted with huh bles such as come from subtorrenean spring The water continued to increase overflowing ruin one reservoir to I another always in a southeastern direction until August when the reached its present limits of 20 lilt long and three to five miles wide This seems to be the final boundry for meeting a ridge higher and more regular than others fur ther west it was hemmed This little overflow trickled down I the eastern slope and the stream gradually increased as the water in the lake rose higher and higher at this outlet the land slopes toward the Platt river The embryo river is steadily making itRI t way toward the large stream and i lots already reached a point nearI Cummingsville in Wheeler countI It is near the little creek the RcaciI which drains the great A T ranch and others of this tract of land have been ditching this fall in the hope cf diverting the water into the channel of the old creek Whether they i will succeed is uncertain iaChoatod Death j iflttdnoy trouble often ends fatally but by choosing the right medicine E H Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa cheated death He says Two sago I had Kidney Trouble caused me great pain suffer fjing and anxiety but I took Electric Bitters which effected a complete ure I have also found them of great benefit in general debility and ever trouble and keep them con tantly on hand since as I find they l ave no equal Z Wayne Griffin gyros druggists guarantees them 1t 50a Gbost Scatters Money Ornoo Cor Wiwlilmiton rolJ Genoa has its ghost with this pe iliarity that people run after it nstcfitdof fleeing for their lives to one has seen the ghost but its oflloneylid 7 oclock pennies began to drop a certain locality Where they imfe from has not yet been ascer ined and the people of the neigh rhoq l really believe that it is the ork of spirits I This strange happening has ought many strangers to the ighborhood not with an Jdea of ing their fortunes as no single person has yet collected more than 10110 or two lire in one day but cat t only with an idea of getting drink j mnneytrue only innkeeper of the neighborhood gets most of the pen i flies for which he gives good rJ t i wine so much so that he has I laclIsldof having invented this noi advertising his wares hu his protest that he has no money to I throw is so confirmed by th- llappdarancdofhis d wineshop that it h Generally credited with being the I truth1- I That the spiritsif spirits they are I are bat is shown by the fact that among their silver pieces two 0 them were false which almost go the person who was unfortunate to pick them up into trouble Can they be a kind of ghostly coiners contraband money The police ofI the matter in their handsand while the new kind of rain continued i unabated 600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents for Subscrlb ers to the Weekly COurlerI Journal I IThe Weekly CourierJournal HcnI ry WnttersonV paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It propose to give away twenty Christmas pros eats ranging from 100 to OI amounting to X0 in nil There will i be four general presents of Slim O 10 lid S0 and sixteen print j TCl1Iws1IsccVirginia and Alabama Tine plan sl fair ami simple Write for the i CourierJournal Comiiany Louisville i Ky fur a copy of the Weekly Cots rierJournal giving full dttaila It j will bj slat ejj etf Las loIpl VnnlsIHIIWiwn leading physicinnssaid that iW JI Smithnrtof Ieltin La had nible consumption his last hope vanished tint Dr KIIIRS New Dis covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds kept him out his grave He says This grent speciiks complete lt ly cured me and saved my life Since then I have used it for over 10 years and consider it a marvelous throat and lunr cure Strictly scientific euro for Coughs Sore Throats or Colds sure preventive j of Pneumonia Guaranteed 50c and 100 bottles at Z Wayne Gritlin S I Uros drugstore Trial bottle free The Line of Demarcation I Holt The worst thing about a fool is that he doesnt keep his mouth I shutBensonfell if he tlld11e wouldnt he a fool would he A Question of Authorities A tale is told of a Kansas minister great precisionist in the use of words whose exactness sometimes destroyed the force of what he was saying On one occasion in the course of an eloquent prayer he pleaded 0 Lord waken thy cause in the hearts of this congregation and give them new eyes to see and new impulse to do Send down thy leveror leever according to Web sters or Worcesters Dictionary whicheverthou usest and pry them into activity Tor Your Prelection we place this label on every package ot Scotts Emulsion Tim wan with u fish on his back la our trademark ftttcJ it la a guiirnntie that Scotts Emul sloe will do all that Is claimed for It Nothing better for throat or brionchlal troubles InIInfant or adult Scotts EmulIFlue IH onoot the greatest flesh builders known to the medical world Wall send you M tuaplt trtI 1 earl Atreo- 4vT tOTTP BOWNE40t iexYrkM YN r LINCOLNS BIRTH PLACE To Be Turned Over to the GovI ernment for a National IIParkv nntr HfMlil J tIIIuago the society known as the Spanish War Veterans com municatc with Mr It J Collier the present owner of the Lincoln form near Hodgenville and offered to buy the place from him and maker the necessary improvements to conI tvert it into a public park Mr Col Her took the matter under advise ment and a few days ago gave them his reply I He stated that if it were his in tcntion to place the historic home in the hands of any society for preser j vation he would gladly accept the offer of the Spanish War Veterans But he had fully considered the mat i ter and his only object being to pre serve the place for the benefit of the decidedIStates UnitcdI At the proper time grew convenes Mr Collier will for i mally tender the ownership to LinI coins birthplace to the government j with the understanding however that an appropriation of sufficient size be made for the purpose of con vetting it into a national park It noIe 111 re to ac edit the place and make the necessa icy appropriation i S10O Stewart S I 00IThe readers of this palled will pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stagesI and that is Catarrh jtarrh Cure the only positive cure J now known to the medical fra temity Catarrh being a constitu tional disease requires a constitti ional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internationally acting mucousisystem raying the foundation of the dis ease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and workjin its curative powers that they offer One Hundred for any case j that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials TojledoSold by Druggist 75c j Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m A Question of Capacity Pa this paper says that Colonel Kaintuck is acting in a fiduciary car pacity What is a fiduciary capacity It varies son but in the Colonels case it is about 20 mint juleps a day Warns off All coughs complaints that Pneumonial quickly cured of Cure Clears i inflammation heals andsoothes the affected parts strengthen the HarmIlessZ Wayne Griffin d Bra- Anxiety j I Tramp outside the sateDoes j your dog bite Mrs Weptomvish on the porch Yes he doesandOh please dont come inl We are so particular about what we feed him on To Consumptives- The undersigned having been restored to health by simple means af ter suffering for several years with a severe lung affection and that dreaded disease Consumption is anx 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 find a sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and all throat and lung Maladies He hopes all sufferers wilt 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 Age of the SunIThe age of the sun has been for I many years a matter of controversy rwa2s r JM 1MNEW Complete Ready For ShavingI 49c Pohge5c Additional Safety Razor LET US EXPLAINT- he bM razor maker In America made- i c nizorx In the name mold nn his widely odvrtls il Mali priers kluil j Three wore lumped with n itlffrrcnt i lirnnil for export The only dlfffreiuc U In that Mump When the export deull- feI thruuxli MAtVH got till razor IOOO IIot them Tho prlii all rrutN cnch JostnsP 5 cent niMltloiinl Try thin niur Its tho e pal of the high priced kind iHuiume It 1hour of the high priced kind If youru not cnlliiioU nKlli over U Just rend It hack and well return your money We sell oar ilnen lilailex tluit III liny untity rnror for HllJI IonliiKe 5 rents adellllolllllI If you have rater used a Ituzor then take our word for nomothlne This razor Ix pot a mere razor Its a clever shaving liiNtriimfiit on Inntrumont that YouIamoolh 1111iThis In JuM n mimpo of tho bargains offered In our illil PIIKP Cntiilomie which will lie seat free upon rrqucL This booU Illnatrntpa and describes our l immense xtork of merchandiseevery thing nee ltrl for menn or womens wenr or In the home A General Encyclopedia of the largest pry Goods nnd Depart ment Store under one roof In this entire country A postal will bring you this cats logue tree Address lloom 1iR H MACY Ql CO NEW YOKK physicistsjTheclaim that five hundred or one I I thousand million years have elapsed since the birth of the moon and I pureIly I of the sun to be between fifty and one thousand million years On the I other hand it is asserted by physicists that at the rate at which the sun is emitting energy it cannot I have been active for more than twenty million years Falh Nnr Nrfissarv You may be just as skeptic and pessimistic as you please Kodol1 will digest what you eat whether you eat or not You can put your food in a bowl pour a little Kodol i Dyspepsia Cure on it and it will di yourIcur ing hundreds and thousandssome- had faith and some didnt Kodol will cure you if medicine can cure I you whether you have faith in it or I ACiBroDirt Cheap r i BriggsIt seems WJ if everything I necessary had gone up in priceex j cept human life thats cheaper than everGriggsButhat isnt a necessity For all Kinds of Piles I To draw the fire out of a burn heals a cut without leaving a scar or to cure boils sores tetter ecze ma and all skin and scalp diseases use DeWitts Which Hazel Salve A specific for blind bleeding itching and protruding piles Stops the pain instantly and cOres permanently Get a guarantee Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro I CASTOrtIA I For Infants and Children m Kind You HIM Always Bpt Boars the- glgaaturo oft t y + ANcedablc Prcparalionfor Ii I ling thcStoinachsanlBowels of JPromotes Aperfid StomachDiarrhocaVormsConvulsionsFcwrjsh ncss and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile gOr NEW YORK j L EXACT COPy OF WRAPPER J2 DRIiI For Infants and Children The Kind You ght J Bears t Signatureof Over TN OllnUIlO neteel our e e erey S S Sr i Harris Positive Pile Cure The Biggest Seller of the Age VhvT Iltrniiclt 111 rsrugdtqcitonce Irrrll rwhp iue itii MrliiK Jealh Allnirmnr riltMivti liKriiml lir M mirirliiil nHTUtou hut ron wuiiltl rather her lllee n1 wlilinut Hi knife IIAItltlS1 PDSITIVi MIE ffltB will ilu ft Mmleonlj by the 1UhdIIjlllrIuIIII1 For Hlrl v KyLI lI You WANTA Position tHat will pay you from G300 to 5000 a year I vj Tl nf i wimp niir graduates mire ditntuul inr IMI Iluiork 11e give the kind of J 1101 ill i Ii tluit eiuiit fnini tliy start In SalaryIll t I SllORO uc1 N K S U NI V E RS ITY Torm begins Sipt Ithrite tnilny Address Busines UniveirOwensboro Kentucky h tA t t I Jrli I1IA n IJI 0 n r STEVENS11 fUftaaIIFreeIttbproprrueYon tbonl byo ihed totoltmp to roar S MUf fansLEADERSIrrif fS 4 Wnlo or InJUno 1Iuu werr- t+ 1 do ltd 5t fr vtt W J BTBVBNB ABJlIlIr TOOL CO PO Union CntOOPEB TAILS JtASS O8 L utwihe for TilE HAitIFtIU liIliuliia- lH1trtl UA 100 IHI Near i n i CASTORIA Have Alway In- Use For Thirty Year- sCASTORIA Owensbor I Low One Wary Colonist Rates Vice Big Four Route To CALIFORNIAWASHINGTON OREGON IDAHO MONTANA v UTAH md Intermediate territory TIckctM on Hole Mch 1 to May IK For full information and particu lars as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or ad dress the undersigned AlllltN J LYNCH H I A T A CtncliiiiiitlOMv H J UATK8 Ironer AIn lnnlnvillr Ky r++++A++ + t+++++ ++4++++i +Mi+ F++ ++ik L PEACURAMu- ni i rruixlimlur KUiHlrUirtiuwHrvun the mnbt linttthn only ono tha- thrrstubauAulntesndhoItnretnrefurnlltormfIYsmslpTroahktnf rKMA UltA Aluirl trll will iODTlnr thrmotkrptknl of Ite nlmoit mlcto t rnnhnursIvpuwr ndeuoly17the4EITCIIFIEII PHAIUl ACAL CO 1 llnrl For psI by KyA r oM I tot 1 ++++++ ++++++j+4+4liMtM1- vt rr + r j Hartford Republican limed lijr the llortlord rnlillnhlDgConiimiijIN- CORIOHiVKn v K IUIIrllFdllor TSI SP32027E0- Itoa Cuzncrle 3 h a1rr1FRIDAY OCTOBER 20 REPUBLICAN TICKET FOIL KEPHK8KXTATIVK CHARLES C BEARD Foil COUNTY JUIHU W B TAYLOR FUUCOITY COURT UIKUK W S TINSLEY FOR COUNTY ATTUIINKY- K M WOODWARD FOK S1IKIUFF R B MARTIN FOR JAllKH OSCAR MIDKIFF HUtEUlXTnIUST or SCHOOL JAMES IL DKWEESK Fall tSSE4OIt SAM W LEACH FOBMlUVEYOB NATHANIEL MOXLEY rOil COlltlSrK JEROME ALLEN FOR MAGISTRATE I llnrtlunl liUtrlct Nihnlan llnrrn 1 Cromwell l l trlftVl llIIor a Sulphur Spring DUtrlet V S m nn 4 FordnTllle Dktrlot W K Ktluc 5 Ilntord Illntrlct Hen S Chamberlain e Crntertown HUtrlct Herbert lt nilir 7 HocViiort DUtrlet Jnlm Mlle FOR CONSTABLE 1 llnrtfiml Plutrlrt 1 II InmU 2 Cromwell DUtrlet K M Yciunir a Sulphur Spring DUtrlrt Wnltrr MlilkllT 4 IVmUvlllr DUtrkt K llfMm e Centertown UlnttlctU II Hill 7 ltoekparthltrtctJnmrClnrkHARTFORD For MayorT H Black For Police JudgeR R Wedding For CouncilmenFrank Lowe C E Smith M L Heavrin U S Car son RC Taylor G B Williams Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us THE WHOLE INTERVIEW- The Hartford Herald without de nying the truthfulness of any por tion of a substantial interview with Esq G W Martin which we published in last weeks REPUBLICAN I says WVIIM rdlnbly Informed tent KHIJ II W Mnrtln Mt nooutniFril Ht thimrliil rl allfirml Interview that IIH went dlmt to Tar IlKllmlCMN olllio UK MIIIII im tip HW the 1iIT and lIb tu know why ht wn tint fully Mud iormlly ivportwl Esq Martin did not come to TUB REPUBLICAN office nor did he at any time or place demand to know why he was not fully and correctly re ported We met Esq Martin on the street and opened a conversation with him relative to the interview He told us that every word we pub lished and more was true As for being outraged Esq Martin never appeared in better humor and seem ad more to have the kindliest feel ings and hearty good wishes for the editor of THE REPUBLICAN For the benefit of the Herald and to show that nothing that could possibly be any consolation to it or the ticket for which it stands was omit ted we reproduce the substantial in terview and give in full the whole interviewSometime ago the Hartfordller iild asked us if we had interviewed any member of any iron bridge building committee At the time the question was asked we had notI hurt since then we have asked G W Martm what he knew about the recent letting of the contracts for the construction of Ambrose I ford Hamilton ford and Indian Camp Creek bridges and what notice I meetIinnotification he received that the committees would meet was by tel ephone about eight oclock on the tiny that the meeting was held Mr Wysong the representative of the Champion Bridge Co being his in formant He said that Mr Wysong was present all the time that the committees were together and his iJcrm any received Hie ir UictJ He sail that after Mr 14 song had told him that the bridges would be contracted for that day he called Esq W A Ron to the phone and Rone asked him if bridgejEsqcome to Hartford then and agreed un1tila buggy and horse was in waiting for him and he and Esq Rone drove to Hartford together AS they cams they talked about the very brief notice which Esq Martin had re comImitteesford Esq Martin signified to the other members of the committee his displeasure at not being notified it II due time of the committees meet ing Whereupon Esq Rone after a conference with the rest of the committees called him to one side i and told him that Judge Miller had requested him Rone to notify him but that he had forgotten to do so Now gentlemen if there is any consolation in this for you and your pet candidates make the lost of it It was clearly Judge Miller1 duty acting as chairmam of the committee to notify the members thereof of the time and place of meeting and if he failed to do so was it not his fault The mail goes to Esq Martin every day He has a telephone at his service the sameone that Wysong called him over Why then was it necessary for the Cham pion Bridge Co to send a man from Wilmington Ohio to notify the members of the bridge committees when and for what purpose a meeting thereof would be held DOES anybody believe that Miller Barnes etc the chief members of the iron bridge construction com mittees that recently contracted with the Champion Bridge Co fori the construction of the Ambrose ford Indian Camp Creek and Ham ilton ford bridges had the interest of Ohio county taxpayers at heart when they met in secretin the nighttime at Beaver Dam with Wysong the representative of the company and arranged for another secret meeting at which the same Wysong seemed to be of importance osten sibly for the purpose of considering the manner of purchasing the bridges but which was in fact held for no other purpose and it was so understood by two members of the committee that the bridges should be bought at that rump meeting Ask yourself the question again Did the taxpayers interest have anything whatever to do with com mittees action TilE Ieraldsays luniinry 1 lMnlhi county will nut Iwr dultnrvxifpt lor tuowork ontr umlrr MitmtrtiHlon fimirurtnl tu ti juilil tar out nf next Vfiirit levy Judge Miller goes them one bet ter by saying that on January 11906 the county will owe nothing Waiv ing the fact that these two high sources of authority contradict each other we will kindly ask either one or any one to state what is contract ed to be paid for out of next years levy includes WILL some one Jdndly inform and a waiting public why M Wy song the representative of the Champion Bridge Co was notified to be presentat a secret meeting of comilmitteeydays before the Hartford meeting and why Esq G W Martin a memo ber of the committee was not noti tied of that meeting Two office is enough for any man one is sufficient for some while there are many who aspire that will have to put up with simple aspiration Note the Democ- raticRheumatism Fu Is one of the constitutional diseases It manifests itself painsinflamed rl muscles but it cannot cured local application I It requires constitutional treatment acting through the blood and the best is a course ofthe great medicine i HoodsSarsaparillawhich cured thousands of cases For testimonials of remarkable cures lend for Book on Rheumatism No1 C L Hood Co Lowell Mass Ayers Doctors first prescribed i Ayers Cherry Pectoral over 60 years ago They use itItoday more than ever Th- eyCherry Pectoralrely upon it for colds coughs bronchitis consumption They will tell you how it three Inn lungsi tore cough dzoppd Centre It SeSAe X JC AYKKCO All drx w1tfor Inw- etl J Old Coughs Ono Ayers Pill at bedtlmo Insure a natural action next mornInG contingent running for office in Ohio county The people are prepared to say this to them on the 7th da of November MR J D WYSONG representativ of the Champion Bridge Co was in the city on important business Tuesday He visited Judge J P Miller County Attorney W II Barnes am Democratic headquarters while here uuTllKltK seems to be a great II earth of condemnation of the third term in the columns of the Hartford Her aMas compared with what it gave the veteran Democrat Judge W T Owen in 1902 THE constitutional amendment which will be voted on at the cominy November election is astutely drawn and unless it is carefully scrutinizes by the voter he will not fully understand its purport A VOTE for the constitutiona amendment which provides for the abandonment of the present secret ballot system is a vote to increase lawlessness and disorder vote buy ing and bribery WE have not yet heard any ex plaration why Judge Miller did not inform M S Ragland of the tint and place of the meeting of the iron bridge construction committees A NCPHEW of H Gaaway Davis who has been working in the steel mines has disappeared He is probably in hiding and intends some time to run for Vice President SOME enare born rich some achieve riches some have riches thrust upon them and some get rich jobs under their fathers in the life insurance office I TAKE from the voter the secret ballot and you materially lessen his freedom of suffrage and in its stead open the way for corruption and intimidation i M WITTE will probably go down I in history as the man who saved the I Russian bear from being skinned after being laid on the table for that purpose sTUE secret ballot system of voting has given general satisfaction in every State where it has been tried Why abandon it in KentuckyI THE contention that there never was an angel with whiskers looks like a personal thrust at Dr Dowie NARROWSIMr Willie Petty after a two weeks visit with relatives here returned to his home at Livermore Thursday Mr John B Wallace of Sulphur Springshas gone to Bowling Green and Auburn to visit relatives Mrs Thos Petty of Barrets Ferry whose death has been expected hourly for the past week is believed toII beimprovingMr Cole of Dundee got his leg broke Tuesday Mr Cole was walking by the side of a moving log wagon which run ning over some poles caused oneof them to spring backward striking him on the lejr just below the knee breaking both bones Rev Herndon a Baptist minister baptized several Converts in the River here Monday morning The novel feature of this baptizing was in the fact that Mr Fore man was Immersed for4he third time His first baptism was by a Christian minister the second by a minister of the Free Will Baptist und the latest one by an official of the Missionary Baptist c TOBACCO GROWERS I I Second Annual Convention Now i in Session at Owens boro I The National Tobacco Growers Association convened in its secom annual convention in the Grand theatre in Owensboro at 10 oclocl Wednesday morning Theday wasi busy one and much was accomplished The feature of the days progran was the annual address of President E A Davenport He spoke for twt hours and a quarter making a comI plete review of the situation with which the American Society of Equity is contending of the work that has been accomplished and oi the plans for the future His re marks were at times witty and at all times quite inter tingiYork was begun in earnest by the committee on minimum prices im mediately after the afternoon ses sion of the convention adjourned On the committee are some of the best posted tobacco men in the entire country und a wide range of in formation as to the tobacco situa tion will be brought into requisition in formulating its report Fair prices on the various grades of tobacco grown in KClltuck nessee Virginia North Carolinal Wisconsin and in other States cantor be fixed ball very simple pro cess It is expected that minimum prices for Green river tobacco will not be less thin 9 for leaf and lugs and itI nay be 10 on the two grades tle has been said as to the price to be recommended for trash The price fixed last year was 8 for the I three grades but this was recogniz prob11ublytig I Yesterday was the banner day of I he convention President Everett of the American Society of Equity lelivered an address at 2 oclock p n to an immense crowd A grnd parade took place immediately beI ore Mr Everetts address Thee t yes of the laboring world have ince Wednesday turned beenI wenboro with a hope that lung would be done to further re ieve the tobacco growers How well this has been done will be told by todays session of the conven I j tion Strayed or Stolen j One male pointer white with liver cars and few other liver colored pots has tip of tail cut off will nswer to name of Dick 500 re i ward for the IEHartford Ky jE P Barnes BroJ h fi l- iiOur fi Fall and Winter Wearables lure ready f rU i 4your inspection Tons of merchandise of every de jj 41 scription have been bought and put on sale for our customers Owing to tilt sharp advances in many tIJj readily tee the necessity of early buying unit t ICl early lull got the cream of the stud U- n 1 Ifi Millinery UIWhen you see the pile of Mats Wt are showing itIfi you will wonder where they came from and where titIJ weaie going to get tlwJU tolllCl to buy them If I 41U havent been selling you we are anxious to soil i f 1you and confidently believe that there is no mer jj splint who can serve you all around as well Miss U 1 4V ferric ling the heaOof this department extends j i an invitation to every lady to visit this department j SI An opportuniy to show you what we have to oiler U N will be a pleasure to us and it costs you nothing to it J look jj- j SHALL WE EXPECT YOU J 0 it J5 Dress Goods aiid- ReadyMade I JJ Skirts U i n In this section we distance all competition We r have the assortment of Fabrics in till the leading Zf J colors at popular prices There is not a piece in thist 41 mammoth stock of Dress Hoods Trimmings and i J Silks that can be duplicated Jill the price we charge it 41 Come and look at them twill put our time t f I- tfi Jo against yours and we wont feel bad if you do not buy It 4e 41 u J Clothing Shoes u J And Hats i 11s outlitters for men and buys we court eompari t 47 son We know that we show as strong a line as can i be gotten together in this county Beautiful pat U 13 turns good styles serviceable fabrics We ran tit Ija1 most any man youth or boy in Size and plICeHf 1 OUR SHOES are from the most dependable fac t t tories in tIlt Tnited States They have the wearing it J iItnti tam in everpairlb4j Kvery department is overllowing with new mer i n chandise At a very reasonable expense you may it t41 help us to unload our Shoes Suits Mats Overcoats J I 02 Furniture Stoves and everything else you needf41 0 JJo 41Beaver Dana K f I n 4 6r We Shall Be Pleased To See Yoll You are always welcome here Now shout that fell Suit or Pres orjMioes I OFconru you read the advertisements in the newspapers and you gut inn c1ua11 clary as to where you will buy your fall wearing apparel We want all the put ronage wQ can possibly getA i r IVO would like it if we had a cinch on all tly goods sold in Hartford We certainly sell more goods than uiy othertetore in town and the only reason we do nut stilt them all is because nil the UuyOr1O hot onm to sfce our roods and I ascertain thu real saving in prices Weare nVt Alluring Si 800 Suit t fur 7i0nor1- 5UOI Suits for 000 and vj never advertise any such false inducements But I this we lowo sell you a butter Suit of Jlothes br i50 10 12 or 15 than you can buy mywhere else for the Same prico f- I 0 I II The same ratio of saving applies on o itentire stock By comparison you will find this to be true Now dontjuSttake tlnsvfgrgranted but come and sell A look will convince you Visit us for your fall ond winter wearing apparel L Carson rCoINCORPORATEDI I Hartford Kentucky i IMVtftP rwrW ReasonsWhy You should trade at Fairs First wo huy and sell 4 for cash therefore our goods uro cheaper Second we curry the largest and best selected stock of Merchandise it II in Hartford you can find what you want Third you are treated courteously whether you buy or not Come make our place your headquar ters through October Fairs Millinery A grand success way our Millinery opening The great crowds that thronged our Millinery par lors last week and the high compliments paid our display are better testimonials of their beauty then an ad writer Bali portray If its style 4 quality and low price come direct to Faire for your haul fl- atFairs 11 Woolen Dress Goods- Of iourse you will want u new Skirt or Suit for the Ohio County Fair and wo want to sell it to you Our stock consists of all the late weaves and shades in butte Plaids and mixtures at prices run ning from 15o to12r per yard For a stylish outfit all nod examine our Silk and Dress odds 4 4 StockFairs Cloaks i Furs and SkirtsJust a trifle early to talk Wraps Our stock is in and some are buying in ordor that they may getI choice Wo pride ourselves on showing the prettiest c line in Childrens and Ladies Wraps that it has ever been our pleasure to show Come let us show you the stock our styles and prices will do theI rest1Ve j j I extend to ymi a cordial invitation to visit us j tail inspect our Fall Merchandise Remember The Place Hanford Republican I FRIDAY OCTOBER 20 Illinois Central Railroad Tlme Table Nnrlh Ihnlod No t0hlr I0 n nl No 17111ar1 11- 1Nn lrdlie p In Neal IllllllKl No 11 iliwliai it ui SIIIIIII + II UI No IS mine mo a m NOTMJK TIM IlltPUIIMOAN will print Irrrut rhnrlie ntnrrNollre ilbliniiflrN Krxiilnlinii of Itrpeeh KIP avtbe rxlrnl ol ISO word All nvrr Uinl minimi eerhetKO torn file role nl IP per nerd rnh In mlTHiirr Arllrlr In rare II I ISO wnriln will bdrntdowuln rrqillrril Illilll naleu inniiy l I n1 wllli iniinii 111 l lojflfy Ica worlw every Iniliince tj Fresh ystcrsutCity Restaurittt CarsonCofor s hgohshoe Call at Fairskand see tnelf1MW furs i Call on Carsbril Co for tine clotti i airs cloaks be jforeibuymgj t Ify err see CARSON usI Mr J T Davis Sunnydale was a pleasant caller Monday My My Fresh Oysters Fish and Celery atCitv Restaurant Mr S N Parris Clear Run was a pleasant caller Monday ArbiriPt ttythe tailor is ready to do your work in firstclass style Good thinBsinFairs 5c and lOc basement Call and see them new plaids for waist are at IThe For good Winter Shoes reliable in every respect call at Fairs Ioor good Overalls Corduroy or Jeans Pants dont pass Fairs Priesmeyer Shoes at Fairs None i like them for wear Try a pair S A Bratcher Matanzas called I to see us while in town Monday t- Mr Clarence Fields is the guest of relatives and friends in Louisville We are making special prices on our entire stock this week CARSON Co Mr Ed Brown Rochester was a pleasant caller while in town yesterday i Mrs Ann Kerns Becki was the guestof Mrs W T Woodward Sunday r y- I yisitedherweek Ifairsllow prices bring trade If you are not a customer call and see 1 them Just arrived a new lot of silks and dressgoods at Long S Cos Economy Store Dr S W Crowe Maxwell was a- very pleasant caller while in town Tuesday I airs L T Cox Owonsboro is the of her daughter Mrs M L Heavrin irhe work of excavation preparato ry macadamizing main street be gan Monday I We have a goo big rot of finer shoes Regular ptice3thisweekr- ainlyPfis C Jt C j Nuom i ii Nicest line of Cakes and Cracker in Hartford at City Restaurant h Farmers wanting a large bill of winter supplies should call at Fairs Prices right James W Parris of Clear Run entered school at Hartford College last Monday Fairs new skirts are the lates- style in make up and material Call and see them Mr W M Hudson left Wednes day for Elizabethtown where he will go into business Ladies clothing pressed by J A Petty manager of the Hartford Pressing Club Peters Shoes of every description and prices low at Long Cos Economy Store Mr W S Gaines and wife of Fordsville visited their sister Mrs J W Hale Monday Mr F W Pirtle of the East Hartford neighborhood was a very pleasant caller Tuesday If you want to seesome uptodate things in Millinery just visit Long Cos Economy Store h After spending summer vacation at Afton Va Mrs Jennie T Mc Henry returned home Monday See what we are offering free when your cash purchase amounts to 25 at Long Cos Economy Store Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Latin dry 4fitf Mr It J Brandon and daughter and two little granddaughters were pleasant callers while in town Tues day Mr L C Taylor Matanzas and Miss Willie Everly Point Pleasant were married in Louiville Wednes day Ask to see our line of ladies and childrens clocks and furs also rain coats Long Cos Economy Store j Mrs Dr C M Heavrin who has been the guest of her sister Mrs M L Heavrin returned home last Sunday Mr R H Hayworth of the San defurs crossing neighborhood was a very pleasant caller while in town Tuesday Ol C M Barnett returned to Louisville Tuesday afternoon after being the guest of his family here for a few days Dr and Mrs 0 B Heavrin Ow ensboro were the guests of Mr and Mrs M L Heavrin last Friday Sat urday and Sunday h Rev J A Lewis the new pastor of the Hartford circuit will preach at Goshen Church at 11 oclock the fifth Sunday in this month See Arbin Petty in the basement of the New Commercial Hotel and have that old suit rehaa led He will make it look as good as new Mrs Mary Newcomb Springfield Mo and Mrs Mary Patterson Leitchfield were the guests of Mrs W T Woodward during the Fair City Restaurant most uptodate place in Hartford Everything neat as a pin Everything good to eat Everything cooked as ordered Hev AireJC Petrie of Corydon Ky who have been the guests of friends in the county for the past few days are visiting in Hartford I Mr Jesse Foster Nocreek was united in marriage to Miss Lillian King at the home of the brides parents near Heflin last Thursday evening Rev J W Cantrell officiat ing The fourth annual convention of the Ohio County Young Mens Christian Association will convene here today and will continue four days ending Monday nit with a banquet IMrs M Ti Westmoreland and tWQ daughters Hattie May and Mabel who have been the guests of her aunt Mrs Robert Forrester return ed to their home in Owensboro Wednesday iIf you are Seeding photos of yourself or any member of your family dont miss the opportunity of having them made at Schroeters Floating t work guaranteed amTdelivered promptly1 IiMr M H Tappan is the guest of her parents Rev and Mrs G W Shugartat Greenville Misses Lois Woodward and Maude Richmond Calhoon were the guests of relatives in the city during the fair Master Fonnie Woodward of San histparents Mr and Mrs W T Woodward and family I Mrs Jennie Moseley who had been the guest of her brother Capt S K Coxfor a few daysreturned to her home at Owensboro Wednesday LoSTOn October 12th Light weight Tan Overcoat between foot of the hill and Main street on Rock port road Return to this office and receive reward Having formed a partnership with Dr A D Park for the practice of our pprofession I desire to close up all individual accounts So those knowing themselves indebted to me will please call andsettle Oct 11 1905 E W FORD Come and let us fit oureyes with a suitable pair of Spectacles Do not endanger your eyesight by fur ther delay but come at once No shoddy goods Satisfaction guaran teed R W KING 12t4 Hartford House We wish to call attention to our fashion letter by Rena Deveraux of New York City found on the seventh page of todays RKPUHUCAN We intend to make this a permanent feature ofour paper if it meets the approval of our lady readers Every man owes it to himself and his family to master a trade or pro fession Read the display advertisement of the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy in this issue and learn how easy a young man or young lady may learn telegraphy and be assured a positiontfVANTEDBy Chicago Manufact uring House person of trustworthi ness and 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 12t12 Sheriff Cal P Keown returned from Owensboro Tuesday night with Ben Farmer whom he had arrested on a warrant charging him with stealing fifty odd dollars and a check for 88 from James Himes last I Friday Farmer had spent most of the money and had made way with the check if he had had it He was i under guard when the sheriff arrived in Owensboro On arriving at Hartford he was lodged in jail to await his examining trialIBIG8KLEOPGITYLOT8 Some time in November there will be sold at public auction a large fnumber of city lots lying jin and adjacent to the tcity of Hartford and in j what is known as the S K Cpx addition Call at Ohio County Bank and seethe plan and plat as made out by John B Wil son the Surveyor tf + MATANZAS IOct wheat HIThe farmers are done + Rev B F Jenkins of Owensboro filled his regular appointment last Saturday and Sunday ffeversHon A B Tichenor is ntteuding the Grand Lodge of F A M in Louisville this weekr J Doward Tichenpr has a severe at iUssited relatives here last week Mrs Sallie Moorman of Godman Muhlenberg county visited relatives here last week Born to the wife of Claude Myers last Saturday morning boy Moth er and child doing well T S Marks of Hartford was the guest of C A Drury last week Rev L W Tichenor filled his reg ular appointment at Central Grove Baptist church last Saturday and Sunday fS ABratcher S W Bilbro and Watt Taylor are attending the farrhersnieQting in Owensboro this i + k No Flirting t I Here With marcerixed cloth The suit must be the L pure goods and the best at that to bear the ster 2 ling label j2 fr A TenDollar I Wonder is our very latest and L tlI very fine quality doublebreasted Suit We have 2 them in shades to suit any ones taste It gives 3 you a fit that makes you look neat and stylish L Uptodate dress is almost as much a matter of the 2 S dealers cars and taste in selection as in your yL 4 own 4f 44 A General Shakedown in our Underwear 4i stock lens heavy sanitary Heecedlined Under L wear 50c value 38c per garment Mens heavy L f Ribbed Underwear which always sells at 50c on Jj2 ly 38c per garment L Mens 50c heavy fancy or solidcolored Sweat Jj ers 38c 4 C Mens heavy 4vterial 3SeI L Mens fancy Top Shirts of 50o and 75c quality 2 only 38c 1- s Ladies heavy ribbed 25cVestsinc fe Ladies lOc and 15ci Hose 8c a pair LA W g These are only a few of the bargains we are giv for two weeks only Call and see 2 tiog JL AT itft f BANK OF HARTFORD l COIYPOiZAt 7 771NH2 Capital Stock 4000000Surplus wI 1 00000Stockholders Addil Liability 4000000 ij+ J W FORO Ilotaaaot yHP TAYLOUJo T DtoatE Directors iir+ ii+ vO i 4i ++ r3 re4 + Nt34 020 + qYFg333 4CO wwwr r awsinr- icer Miss Willie Everly w spending days in Louisville the guest of Mrs Bettie Atherton af Buel is visiting her daughter Mrs J H Igleheart near here Mrs Nat Lindley is on the sick listJas Bilbro of Heflin was the guest of S A Bratcher and family Saturday night L C Taylor has his house completed d CENTERTOWNI l8Jo Bennett is here visiting his daughter Mrs J B Stog nero Warren Dockery Morgantown is visiting his son W L Dockery ofI this place j Eden Bishop Beaver Dam visited the family of R S Ashby Sunday anJonday John Boskott and daughters of Madisonville are visiting the family i EoskcttaGci Hoover of Beda visited the family of L R Goodall Tuesday Miss Sallie G Warden accompanied him home J T Wallace and Mrs Sallie Ben nett Bedn are visiting the family j of H H Davis Rowan HOlbrook of liurtf rd was here Tuesday on business LUST CULL FOR TUXES j I have given repeated public no i races and have mailedindividual nor face to every taxpayers to settle their taxes But many have failed to held any of these calls Now I is sued this last call to give every one doubly fair warning Your taxes n must be paid on or before November I 4thor I will in the next issue of this pap rthereafteradvert your prop erty for sale to pay same CAL P KEOWN S 0 C j r r N 49 1 LAST FLAGSHIP OF NELSON British Naval Expert Tells of the Great Progress Which Has Deen Made In Naval Construction The Victory the last of Nol sont battleships now floating in Portsmouth harbor at the vener able age of UU years was recently taken by Sir Philip Watts lira tor of naval construction in Eng land as the starting point of an interesting address on the last 100 years progress in warship de sign says the New York Globe This 100 gun vessel built in 1703 was 40 years old at the last great sea fight of Oreat Britain at Trafalgar The length of her gun decks is 180 feet her extreme breadth G1 feet 10 inches and her burthen in tons 212 l24 The thickness of the oak sides of these wooden battleships above the water line in the days of Trafalgar was about two feet The old east iron smoothbores with their wooden trucks then in use had a range of 2500 yards at eight degrees elevation the 24 and 32 pounders The 24pounder wily able to penetrate nearly live feet of solid oak and the ISpounder about half this amount There were heavier guns but owing to the primitive appliances then ItIuse they were ditllcult to The naval lighting machine which 100 years of evolution has produced is a very different sort of vessel and is so much more pow erful that a single one of the lute British battleships could it is sand have engaged the whole of the British licet at Trafalgar and the allied fleet thrown inIThe modern 12inch wirewound gun will penetrate 42 inches of j wrought iron and even at 500ll ands will force uncapped projec tiles through over 12 inches of i Krupp steel armor The 12inch guns recently manufactured by Ihe Armstrongs and 1iekrs cnln I Miiis in England fur said to Iw i apable of penetrating ail inches if wrought iron had will lire two i rounds per minute According to Sir Philip utfjI in I iesent lelntion between guns tat 1 armor is about what it was in the days of the cast troll smooth hurt and the oak sides so that while there have been great ad vances the relative positions of e1eu5e it nil defense III tHlnl Will fare are but littleclianged GIBRALTAR IS CRUMBLING i The Great Rock Is Continually Being Strengthened Because cf Ten dency to Rot Away The public is not ii were that the great rackof libraltar is tumbling dowlIlhat its crum bling rotting masses must be eon tinually bound together with huge patches of masonry and ce ment asserts the Chicago Chron hie Yet they who sail past Gibral tar cannot foil tonotice on the IIIIIjmOilsgleaming in the sun These putrh ii III some cases 80 or 40 feet square are I lie proof of Gibral tars disintegration Of thick strong cement they keep huge spurs of the dills side from tum bling into the blue sea Sea captahis cruising in Mediterranean say that tIllI tar has been rotting told Ming for many years but that of latethedisintegrationhas Mimeo n at a faster rate than heretofore They say that the stone forming this imposing clilf is rotten stone and that in a little while the phrase the strength of Gibral till will be meaningless British Throughout It Is possible to go round the world touching 0111on British territory all the wilyviz from England to Halifax N S acros Canada to Vancouver across the PucHIc to HongKong thence to Singapore Penang Mauritius Cape Town St Helena and England or from Penang to Ceylon Bombay Aden Perim Malta Gibraltar and home Such n sea connection no other nation in the world possesses Uncle Allens Idea Ive mighty little use saftI Uncle Allen Sparks for the man who keeps himself so busy with his jaw trying to save the coon try from going to ruin that lit hasnt any time to Irol after the children while IIi vii is ira eiiig around attending vci in M ventlons und mothers congresses I Chicago Tribune Trench and English Warships LVrtiilnly our battleships los somcthiiif liy coiiiiirisou when llontiiijj alongside such warships as the Duiiciiii They ride too Unlit hi the water roil justify the ex clamation of the English SIM wolves Vhat a toe In IgetP Hut as for the IYoncli crews they hove won the esteem of our new friends who I n 1111 LII1ulrttcrsau the best judges 1aris Iras Au hales Hated to Spend Xurdy Titewadd is in a terri lilt six Hi1 took III II counterfeit hiliBIIIIsWII if It was jjoinl enough to fool him III ran puss it Yes but hardly without 1111 jog sunhtbiugLuuisyllle COilr ierJournal A CHIMNEYSWIFTS NEST It Is Made of Small Twigs Fastened Securely Together with the Birds Saliva One morning lute in June I climbed to the ton of our house to look around the country re hates HussHIMforyolUnStNich j alas I hud not been there lon r when I felt a rush of air on 1111 ahead mid I saw a rllinlnPl sWift hnprojMrly enlled a chimneyswal low lying away for another i swoop at mi1 I thou realized that I must hI near its cost mid look lug down a chimney neat by 11 saw after 111 Iris had hicoiw used to the lighta nest wlth n three flit of tin top with live pure white eggs about half an inch hung in it It was the lust time I had ovii1 known a cliinniiyswift to build so near tin top of a chimney for it usually builds some few fIdinyn where there is a bend whirl keeps out the ruin that wOllldI soften the glut with which the nest is held together I thought it would be interest ling to take a picture of the nest this bcinj such a pood hill hlc I did so much to tin di like of tea- birds wllo kept making swoop nttiltThe nest of a hllllll swift I not niadi1 like that of must birds of hair leaves or grass 11111IIf small twins which the swift rath crs while tlyiug Jtnd which an1 stuck together with the births saj livii which is lutinoiis It is very interesting to watch a swift which is a remarkably rood llycr It never seems to tire 1111 never rests except when it IIIn the nest It is on the wing III tin day and is sated sometime to Hy a thousand miles in 21 hours him hey swifts slit good friends of tin insurance fompmiics bicmisv t 1111 knock tin soot down and make it loss easy for the chimney to catch fireiSong Bird in Arctics Singing birds have been found in numerous uantitcs by cxplor ers within the art tb circle The immense 101IIf berries that ripen in the northern swamps 1111 count for the preserve of the birds IMPRESSION OF THE QUEEN Londoners Go to Theater More to See Audience Than the Play Her Majesty a Sensation in London writes a1 IHert girl now doing tIll the British capital we go to the theater less to see a lulu than to see an audience Reeeutt the queen was promised for al the world as if she were a slit show nod for a time I was lead 11 III he disappointed I thought sh anent coming But just before the curtain ruse she and till king did really come in She is yen sweet looking and rather tall bin awfully thin She has lovely blue eyes with a shine in them like a babys but I was disappointed in her hair 1 thought it was golden and its quite a mahogany tint It was charmingly coilTured though and showed off h diamonds beau tifully She looked very young soul girlish but I think she has tIll saddest fake I have ever seen She listened most attentively but when once or twice she smiled felt as if I wanted to have a good rousing cry I dont woivder a bI that the people here love her tlll I simply couldnt help It They tee me she is 10 but she doesnt look a i day over 3- 017lL19TOYisiFsi Bein tEethe Kinl You Ilivi i11 w Boll p Signature ct WANDERINGS OF ANIMALS Rats the Most Migratory Lemmings Rnce with Death Journiy on Suicide Trips The fable of tlioromitrv mouse und the town mouse IIIIK its limn ilatiou in fiicl Mice ornisionuiiy migrate in large nuitiliers when food grown scarce null travel con siderable distances to fiesli houses Farmers in a part of 11e1 lieconie aware of this fact when I a couple of years UII vast swarms of the mire invaded their corn llelds at haravest time says Lou ilon Answers Mat the mouse only travels when it hits to The rat on till contrary seems to take a yearly nntiujr in very Hindi the sam fashion as do human beings ItaH ore the roost migratory crea lilies in the world Whole troos of rats leave the towns at the end of summer and s eiid a mouth or two III the country apparently III order to enjoy the change of food which the country affords at that wayIof tiltII quarters Heindeers migrate with the tlaIll4 regularity as swallows wllltlllI111st1I1Imuch as a thousand miles 1IIIihIIIIt1mlIIIIenon that fur a long time natural Isis looked upon the stories of thImigration of time lemmings as Its1 improvable tiction Vet the fart i are beyond dispute At irreguiar intervals these rat like ereainn start inn lliVir homes in the fast nesses of northern Siiiiidinavia in huge droves numbering ens of thousands and travel 11llIdl1Iiiiihvnrd troth 11111111 ii a hundred forms Hawks iil other hdof prey hover 1l1 lInI them Koxrs wolves and man iWiiimtc theta Thousands ae diowned in rivers Vet the rent struggle on until they reach IIleI Ihe1ai eugtlf1 ever returns from this joiiriievnf SABLE 1rnUh ISLAND WILD HORu Ferocious Equine Seem to Be Only Inhabitants of This Almost I 1Dsert LnndIISable island jIIIIIIIII to the eastward of NOMI consists of an accumiila lion of loose sand forming pair af ridges united at two ends in i iiHosing a shallow lake hrt of grass are to be met with ii places as well as pools of frei water i01IlIitsiahubitIt S fl is 11IIa supposed that the original stock was landed from II plllih Vier Party in the sixteenth reutulrul though soria writers fnake the in Ithdurthum murk later Twenty live yells ago till 1111111 her of ponies was estimated at mIIHoops Not more than tall UIIIll5 of remainIliThe author comments on fh striking likeness of these Iri ponies lo the horses of the Parthe non frieze and to the now extoi initiated tarpan of Tartary They wiltIBUCKING BRONCHOS RARE Outlaw Horse of Years Past Is Be coming Antedated So Says Col lector of Wild Equines The outlaw horse of years past the hero of bronchobucking in the south and west IB rapidly becom ing a thing of the past and in ten years will be more scucc than till fustdying buffalo and the tilt JuhnIwild1Ican bucking contents saysthe Denver Nws Ten years ago the outlaw wa- Its S plentiful as jack rabbits said Pit Kiiykcndall flat 1 have sec h Vi able to got only about M real buckets that will put up a good light out of noOIII horses that t have looked nt during tho last year the outlaw how eomos front thopoorost blooded that roam the ranges of the west lie is III bndlhlomlare in nearly which and till lelasllIIul4hlllJoI1 west in the early days and dcgen orated through uselessness Nearly any horse will buck he declared 1lf you will turn him loose in a pasturo for i several months and then try to ride him but ho will kick laponly u few times laid then unit Tho outlaw will buck though sifter ho lUll boon ridden successfully just as soon as another man gets on his back It takes yen is to break him of the habit and ho is never safe If he gets a chance ho will 8tmI oil bucking again and ho always i ih dangerous You rarely hour of a famous hunker troll although III or II years ago every largo range had several outlaws that nobody could tide The cowboys eau vide as well as the old time cowboys and they ill not degenerating The Icood of horses throughout the country is imjiovlng 1I1tIIiIj laud this is till death outlaw It will take away 111111I of the must picturosiiio westea life when they go entirely hill that is going rapidly anyway roll j the horso owners will be the gallllIIiIDespite Fact That This Is roost Pro grcsslvc of Ages This Branch Has Been Neglected rIt have heroine so accustomed hn shouting at the IIJIIII our luygs the assertion that this is un ago of progress that must of lib liave come to an uiuUfst Inning lelief in the reality of what we annoume says Martha linker Dunn in Atlantic It is indeed line that there never Wire to many schools so many college so many facilities till doing spe Trial work such opportunities I ft learning made easy as exst in i our day hot the test of what 1111I system of education is doing for its age lies rather in what it ha j accomplished fur the mass than for the individual If the progress j of the last century has given 11 i betterdomesticservice belter me chanics bullet teachers more thorough old practical scholars better and wiser all Tonal moo and women thin those who played their part n funnel generations if the trend of the race has been genuinely upward then it must be acknowledged that we rain with 1eiPtlr consciences continue to vo tnlvuueI i III nor a 11 II h1lIiimtllnhurrah for my own but till I not prepared to confess an un j iualificd surety that the progress of the lust century has heel wholly III the right direction In tills mutter of domestic service for example it would trot be n I difficult business to collect a sheaf t of testimonies tuna hoiistkeeK rs who tire able to remember the changes of the last fill years cur tifying that the thrifty capable and reliable hired girl with whose virtues and usefulness PO householdd I familiar 110 longer exists except in infrequent told sporadic in stances No Place for It A superstition is a premature explanation that hits overstayed its thueCenturyAgain They happened to be standing at the aunts corner waiting for a street car 1 beg your pardon for mention Ing it madam said Mr Mukin brakes but the atmosphere is full of soot this morning and you hay three or four smudges on you face III thank you to look after your own affairs sir answered the middleaged matron Those are moles Hastily begging her pardon again Mr Makinbrakes decider to wait for the sect1earfhi I cago Irllmne Another Servant Problem Hemembei1 said tilt serious friend I hill you ate a servant of the jKople Yes answered Senator Rorghnm The trouble is that nowadays you ore serve the people without 1IIIIj big any tips Two Viewpoints The filled ItendinIi have Lcen happily married for UJi years The Io fly Msichelor And volt have IIlls4111I hundred years or fur by itarkNofiicE Orders Ohio County Court regu lar term September 4th 1005 Pre Hon James P Miller Judge It appearing to the satisfaction of ofjmembers composing the same has heretofore decided that elections toI regulate the running of stuck at large in Ohio county Kentucky shall be confined to the voting precincts in said county and it further appearing that Oziiis Taylor and 2j other legal voters of Select voting precinct Job S Wilson and 20 other legal voters of Horse Brunch voting precinct E It Williams and 21 oth jer legal voters of South Kockport port voting precinct Wm W Leach md ill other legal voters of Arnold- voting precinct have filed their sev oral petitions herein praying UII clue tion to be held in their several res pective voting precincts at the regu lar election November 7th IflOS for the purpose of taking the senne of IIIcjcilllter or not cattle generally shall be reiinttud to run at large in snid pro cincN or any of them tad It nppatr hg teat Salk l nutiintiji have de ited with this court the sum of livo- tdollnr tt defray tie expenses oft ittutiU in each invriuci it u there i era ordvrtd and mljuiiired that sail jtUiMon iMMbinitled ta the voters f ilUll pro iitj at tlw rigui eke t Ion November 7th 10 and the oflctvn f the4elan art directel t open t poll at ouch and all of the voting plncsln raid precis lg In Ohio county Kentucky for the purjH y Id ascertaining tin will of the voters upon tIll ipiestion Whether or ivt they shall permit cattle gener ally to run at large in their resje live voting precincts Notice of the ubmission of this queation shish be 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 countyThe County Clerk is ordered and directed to have printed on the bal lots of eachof said precincts the fUestu n For or Against the run nng at large of cattle in Select voting precinct Horse Branch voting preIcinct county Kcntucks A copy attest MS RAGIAND Clerk By U G KAOLAND D C Pursuant to the above order I Crl P Keown Sheriff of Ohio county will cause a poll to be opened in each of the voting precincts therein nanv ed on November 7th 1605 for the 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 CAL P KEOWN S 0 C Hartford Ky October 2 1905 BIG FOUR i The Best Line to Indianapolis IPeoria + I P + Toledo I Detroit + Cleveland + Buffalo New York i1 + Boston Eastr I Information cheerfully fur Wished on application at City A Ticket Office Big Four No j 4 259 Fourth avenue or write to J i IGenlLouisville Ky I tN11 11 11 11 il I NIIAnTTIsuu r UvHNrlTr SMiTH ALTOltiVUlStT LAW lltatllHU u v I1IIIwlhItIIIIM ml llicn artloIIdnndurliiuiiN HuIliilUK Ij r I WaI- I FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law I lIItrtllllIal1lpIe1r1 hl pnaIola Iii uIJn Md itiiliiliiirriiiiniy laud In lhnnrt il Alijiwi i 1111111111II q+ t InllyV- Oitlivlu the llmiM litillilliitf Jn T CHAS M CROWE LAWYERIKYI t I Will prnel hi IIIIIIH III nil ill i HIM IOhliinnilii IJiiltil iihil r inn In HII nnr- IafllgwnI Sir hla rilion ullrli ty rrlmllml Illnrt hr and in Miiiniiiiiii ontiv ruttier Mr r a lit nnil IVnlir tnvl Tliiiniiii ntl i r ItIii i WILSONI I IHARlOHD KYtIhn111Iy I j R U WHO DING rt 1Attorney nt Law HAIITFOUO Kv vln1tnh tcII 4FI r hlrlnhu + I VUhlnnnt IIIIVthUX IllII suulu till IilEAVRfN WOODWARD I iQr e CIW HIrlnwu I 1 11 rr tb rr 1 Htahu min r u la of t lidIIlan 1 jr= = w H BARNES Attorney at Lawt it Orl rrrnXlt slllIiufl fI + etnIn Kl 1rTtplrnlIwlhr Nrw nln hi roast 11 t m ionrue YANCY L ftTOSLRY ATTOKNKY AT LAW tlnrll h Irnlllt kl- trill t Ibrhl fI1tupird 1buN unU IMllill- lilfflii IIn r Klii iiiiii I llnnk IISO EARS I I Tn oc MARKS DESIGNS iyiQlrkl aacerlAI Oil n 111111 frti Wbh Invention le prntiiblr f MIHMM rnmmun- ltlnnnmdpamddunal HANDBOOK on 1lItatent free Oldest n Cur eruIII lfnl- IiitrntsI taken through Munu A o Co Cec- ilprealnall1wllhoutcharglnl Scientific JItncricmt A hundiomelr I1lnolralod weekly r raetfniUtliin of unr Ml nilfl Jh11Tono U a jmrt four tnnntht U i Y YorkDraoch D DECNDIID en4mod1gROCURcoA tur ili rt MArcM ndfree report Im 01 le luiw to obtain JItent Iced wry copjrt hu 116INALL00UNTaies 4 JIIUrn Jlmlnllk HaiUnglait vary lime mootf tnJfflen fatenl irttudri1cWritDM aka ltm tn CAW sate Malt 01M WASHINGTON D C WUGH rllVR rtLEPHON COMP IY Irr1I1 ill ITI The Rongh River Telephone Co is Independent owned andoperated by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll service which is constantly being ex tended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 cts 30 miles 15 cts 45 miles 15 etslc W A CHANDLER Gen Mvr- Hartford Ky J WOBANNON Local Mgr Braver Dam Ky 4 r i Hahn quickly RIDER AGENTS WANTED fPJo wasagy RGSJBSSFGP blcJcloWen11yalc on n I 4ISD5viili Cnnstur U tikes und Puncturolcss Tires 3SO3 1OO4 Mortals dfc 1Beet Mnku 7 ts oAny vuike model yon taint at one thtnt haw prier Cliolco c any standard tlitw and equipment all our bicycles tStronycet yuurantte Wo SP O7 APPROVAL C O D to any VSrED 5 CO Secondhand Wheels tzTEAAStNNI91In trade liyoiir Clilciirti retail taros 3 to still iniKliU cooil i+ niiw r II iiicivlo until you bars written for our FAUIUar f I TIeequlpmIA rbig Ice Sundrj Catalog Contain a world of useful Information Write for ItI PUNGTUREPReF TIRES Regular prloo BSO per pair 5WsYouaSamploOR LSm LETPalNO MORE TROUBLE from PUNCTURES moldnlNoPINS NAILS TAOHS or GLASS BeriouH like Intentional knife cuts cun bo vulcanized IIko any other tiro 6 I l SELF FULLY I Send for Catalocuo T uliowlnr all kinds and makes nf tires at KM per pair and UD al prlammNoticeoutlau any other make Sod Kinetic and taor Itlillnc We will ship C 0 D ON APPROY AND vtlHtut a ml Jtaitter will allow s cash of SS thereby making the price ilM per pair If you send lull atmh with order Tire to bo returned at our cxpunn It not satisfactory on examination v MEAD CYCLE CO Dept JL CHICAGO ILLI I h OUR CLUBBING RATES TIIK KKiiiuitAN told Louisville Heratd1251-m IlKPiMHHAv and Louisville Daily Herald t 00 KiitiiucAN and IourierJournal 150 Iii UKiiniurAN and St Louis Globe 1enleeiat 175 TUB KiUUitucAv and Homo and 125 TUB KKiuniHAN and Lippcncotts and Coimnplitaii 925 17x1lnTIIK RKIUIIIUAX ling T vicea Week Oboro Mtvsiiiytr 175 TIIK KKiCHiirAx and National Mngnxjnv 5150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN e r PanolaThe done before arh miil will m1 tI n I l a Ptnin and well PAVoLA has no equ + l lir In nvt rnin U hlp I e nl the Heail Thinnt Stoin oh Howl + ladte fA LH Mild dtbllity Made by ttr LiKTCHilhLn lIIH1A MACAL Co Inc For I ht 1 J H WILLIAMS Hartford i y o Southern Raiway Shortest ani Fastest Lines 1 llOT Lexington and Louisville J 1 outs 1111le WosiF Two trains daily as follows Leave Lexington 010 a m LO- Uisville D00 n m at St Louis j 512 p m Carrying vestibuled I coaches unit Cafe Observation Par lor Car In cartcthrou h without can ciLeave Lexington 530 p m Louisville 1015 p in arrive at St Loui is 732 a in carrying free reclining i chair cars and Pullman sleeper j through without change Reserve Sleeping Car at 111 lust Main St Lexington Ky 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky or Unidn Depots Firstclass typewriter paper for at officer cheap Nasal CATARRH In all Itl lUgei there thould be cleanliness I Elf 8 Cream cleanesootheendheslethe It cures catarrh and drives away o cold In the Lead L or best ui Crenm IJnliu Is plated Into the nostril tpreadi over the membrane and Is absorbed Itelltf Im mediate and a cue tallow It Is not dr jln gdocs not ptodnco sneezing Jjirgo Size 60 cent at Drug lets of br mall Trial Size 10 cents by mill EL J1HO TllEHS ou Warren Street New York 4 7ER ii i i EASY RIDING STRONG DURABLE COVERED by PATENTS BEWARE OF IMITATIONS EXAMINATION dtiaount TIIK Farm tonicII Catxnh IItGrippe general arrive berths sale this HEALING Mmlrtn I Thousands of Acres For Sale at roasonable prlco Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along tho line of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas mot direct lino via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHISe Through Pullman sleeplne and tree recIntnE chair cart UomcKooHcr Excursion- sftnt and third Tuesdays of each pamphlettolders H C lOKNSEIIt HTO MATTHEWS ttaIP LgdTtertslrta I Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For PrltiOtCUUIul is onus VII A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It filii Trial Doltlri treePI t OUh WEEKLY NW YORK LHHR A Pntiing Glimpse of the Duehcsi of Marlborough Smart Pelerines tho Vogue In Wraps Evening Coate I 11Peatol Shadet New Fall Shapes I Headwear By RENE DEVERAUX Not fur some months have tin Ntrcu nf New York been so crowded IH ilur- I ing tin1 lust few Mm days of Septem ber the glorious iiiiltiiini weather ling lug nil to get III shlpMiape fur tin coil lug season The summer stayaMiomiM are iiLnln welcoming on xllluftoccasional gilmpst Of lhP- tt Itlllly set returning to town by tiiiln steamer nod the suburbanites ore c Joying till tlrstnlght theater attru- i Itlons In tin evenings nnil crowding tl private lilting rooniM of till shops dh lug tin forenoon hours Hero my 1 o limy be Hoiii In gowns Parisian al 111111111111Igown Nr n ordcnd tit once she trliH them on he hind closed doorx obtaining a satlsfai1 tury ensemble before leaving iIlurNlg the week the Duchess of Marl Coo + urlu Vanderhllt who Is making a short stay In America W1 seen Kiveral tinier III town with her tielLof Mrs Clarence Mackay wife of the innltlnillllomilrr and together they make a striking picture Itoth svelto and girlish looking they may well nf runt to affect the HulTy feminine style At Slierryn a few evenings agci tho dllihess was gowned III a soft chiffon cloth frock the skirt nt which was be decked with billowy rullles galore These tiny rullles trimmed the bodice In u Iklin effect mid aNo finished tho 11111 above the elbow Mrs Mackny Is mot partial to that hazy shade of lavender canal ninuve TIIK NIW RMlIKK MtUHL COAT and It oes without Raylm that Fhe will combine this soft tint with the purple pansy shades go scorch IH VOKIIU this season So fur but few rafts have bleu seen but one never knows what pnm AmerUan weather may play and till shop windows arc hung with excellent frxnugdexplain Kiirments There ore the usual number of devotees of the tide short effects hot generally speaking In thra Muarter lentth and n trltle IOIIKOI the handsomest coats ore brought out For a practical eoat semltlttlim mod els ore desirable The smartest of these ore made collarless with ill braid velvet or embroidered bands a plied In empire ItllIIn 0110 scene of her new piny Miss READ THIS Hopkinsville Ky June 7 1901 Dr E W Mall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have sold your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery f years and from experience I can say have never sold any kidney and blad der remedy of superior merits Most respectively THOMAS D ARh1ISTF IDA TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidt ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sion weal and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kidIneys and bladder in both men andlord women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by moil on receipt of LUG One small bottle two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above mentioned Sold by nil druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer 0 lJx In office 2i31 OlinI Street St Lanr11n + + hllrlr5 1 tn Dolly nollnrn now riiniilnu nt till KulcUrliikcrtlic xipuliir Lulls must r l npjiciifs in n part leulurly KtiinnliiK ruin con t the ailinlriitloii of every voiuiiii tllllllrlellhad Is u hut totted 111111 nnil nhout till colhir nnil cuffs then 14 u litrninliiu touch of criMn velvet There l itiiihlnK HtrlMucly unusual iilimil Itt innUeitji IIImt this perfect cut ii tot lit mul the ii uulsI I IIUlIIHJhKor Htrent near uni of the very new prlerluetowmp nttractlvi In nppiarance tiiul HO easily Hllpjieil on mul nIT that HH impnlarlty IhlIcape n open IIIRS IhroitKh which the amis slip over which the lone outer cnpe falls In nil hrnUeu lines In hlnes these wrap IIIIIHIlr hernudugIut Ifrwear pn4telillc seen hitsillIn evening cOlliN light liluo lircMil doth Is a close rival of the always da pint white mid very light champagne flllllllUIIIIItlflll mat In pevenelghths length wn 111rrrhtly seen the fklrts of wlilih round nl In front In an unusual design The nppct imrtlon of thlM coat was a fasci nating combination of th111Ih with a touch of black velvet mot chilli of gold about the collar and culls From the throat on either side was n soft cream crape scarf exquisitely einhrold seed III a crIIIIIIIIII u through tvlikIi gold threads were scatleritl This won 1Turd lotsely tle l The einliroldcntl trap was also puffed Into the bottom of tin sleeve- twugrgrr clubmen nnd other trill dressed New Yorkers ore gradually laying asldu till old fashioned opera lint for a soft felt hilt lined with soft rst silk which run lie folded Into n sunprl +Iligly sump roll and put Into the I pmkel A low crowned soft hat around which Is an Inch and a halt wide hand Is the fashionable busJness hot The brims of this seasons stiff derbies curl rather mnro Hatly than those of last neason the crowns being vory milch the same block four renders mny hnv nny question concerning fiiKhlons or fabrics unnworwl by Irene Devonuix the fnxlilon export by nililrcKsIni Henc Detvniux P O Jinx S3 Madison BilliOn Now York Inclosing itanip for nplyJ WOMEN GAMBLERS YORE Lord Kenyons Threat Proof That Ill Scented Ftnctice Was Com mon 100 Years Ago However outs niny dcjilorc I lie present crow for gillnhling lUll 0 II women it nin ill host bcurycil in tlitir favor that they do nut in tlulfte their lore of lids to uny tiling like the same extent as did Ilieir sex a lit llly IIgl wlieu Lord ICcnvon mode his famous Seething coimiiciils front tin lifiiili and IliicjiltiKd tlmt idly wotnvn con viil Id liefore him of jinlilir fjamin should certainly exhibit themselves in till jiillory tlionh they should lie the first la dies in the hind WIVH Iit liftstOnly a short time before his SIksnmost exalted of uncial l ItItshadlmh been tined rill or liiakin tjieir houses centers Hlulw8IIIIIIItlierewereliniidiedsofolliergrcat hiilits whoso drawing rooms were nothing less Minn gambling inter IIDS where lens of tliousniuls of sinIuors of when down broke were strewn noble loop willi curds There is setutt ly a house of any iniportanco wrote a cliron lylvbiehwhere the world of fashion in cluding royal princes and prin dailyIis notorious that many of these ladies odd tens of thoiisunds o pounds yearly to their pin lIIom in this discreditable fashion Xor was this encouragement o fbefinibllng by women any inuova iou for a couple of gen rations j fOI11I11I1lPhouses for the entertainment ofh theii aristocratic friends nnd tIllh plenishing of their own piiiVesS this Miey did in defiance of the law i Furleiit Seal Skins wnultllbtid SIMI ore not fur betljiilfi i it nrc iiUd in largo nuinbit3 f wiIil nnd fat Oriilthr fill Hi is ctosslip r CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Bsit Couch Syrup Tastea Cdod Use In time Sold by dnirtlila Iu STRONG blbfAtlBtt trlAr ao 11 Again U what Mrs Lucy Stovalof Tilton Oa said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hundreds J of other wtak women art 1 reII Ip may be- well If you will takI it 1 Indigestion causes nearly all the sickness that women hare It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women tuffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol eons indigestion constipation dyspepsia tout risingsbelchingheartburnandalUtomach disordersDigests What You Eat Della Intl u1uAcut Fnporo4 St Uo oroO f IINalrlby7 WAYNEUItESFIN n n um Illinois Control R ft Annual Stockholders Meeting at Chicago October 18 Per sonal AttendanceKof In dividual Holders Desired PRHH 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 Illu inois on Wednesday October 18 1905 at 12 oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said meeting there will be issued To Each Holder ofOne or MoreShares of the capital stock of the Illinois Central Railroad Company as regis on the books of the Cempany at the close of business onlTu 6day 26 1905 who is offull age ATICKETENABLIXGIIIMORIIER TO TRAVEL FREE over the Companys lines from the station on the Illinois Central Railroad nearest to his or her registered address to- GHIGAGO and RETURN such ticket to be good for the journey to Chiaago only during the Four Days Immediately Preceding and the day of the meeting and for the return journey from Chicago on on the day of the meeting nd the Four nays Immediately Following when properly countersigned and stamped during business hours on or before Saturday October 211E05 that is to say between 900 a ofrthe Assistant Secretary Mr W G in Chicago Such ticket may obtained by any holder of stock registered as above on application writing to the President of the inChicago but each stock older must individuallyliapply for or her ticket Each application must state the full name and address of the Stockholder exactly as given in his or her Certificate of Stock together with Jthe niimbei i and date of such certificate No I more than one person will be carried freo in respect to anyone holding of stock as registered on the of the Company A G HACKSTAFP Secy I llbscr K for THE REITHLICAM I Cumberland TELEPHONEI I ncreH nothing the tnntln with- I uiy ousineaa I have the Cumber laud Telephone in my rehlrten e und baaincreaseder heard to grumble about the telephone Yours for ijro1 SerVice and gentlemanly competition L R Prig Manr WRlEl V7IcDmTIt Ohio CountyCircuit CuurtTKIIIrkhtod Jndfte lieu It 0lIorrnmlulontr Y J Moielejr Truite Jury FnnilCa xhtlnCKeown aritlIondayweekinml third Monday In May and KonmbcrtWOWMki hagaadC7erk monthQuarterlyIn JanuaryCourt Jalanl7CraloFraukDavlCoronerSulpherSprige XxxBtlc Ceiirt Ma19tugnstleott Martin llnUetonFebruary 11 May14 August SO oreraber 1Z 3 AtAuguet9 7AugustAugnet t W UAalClt I SAugut3SX rtrord Pclic Court Attornpyvenee second 3londny In eueh moot h- 2aSSgtou S nrlc i SundayeacheODSnndayday erenlna Her WTiMlllerra tor nllChbetoreand fourth Sunday and Sunday nlght Prayer UlIurneffpatorC P ChnrchServtee Brit Sunday In each month ntllnmeed7pm Her J D liarned Jaator JUlenneon Jon a lllley AAnolerolll1rk MortollCluaellmtl1 CctSocl tl e rlda7IbtlnIIret1IondaIIlIbt MeccaGeesHough Hirer LodAeNo1tO Knights of PythU merle every TiMilay night regttermonth oarCOappl71 g or a nt wo hmone We PAYandphoto we end IMMEDIATE FREE REPORT ON PAT Rertatered01 at 606507 7lh St WASHINGTON DC u OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELER cC WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer ex ceptional induce ments to who someoneI horse and wagon can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker ca- pab1eofdcelopment into a permanent I and profitable business WRITE u ONCE f WheelerWilsoIlMfgGD 72 end 74 Wabash Acei CI1ICACO I er =J t- f41 if i- nry a j For BreakfastI Luncheon or Tea A few small biscuits easily made with Royal Baking Powder Make them smallas small round as a napkin ring Mix and bake just before the meal Serve hot Nothing better for a light dessert than these little hot biscuits with butter and honey marmalade or jam You must use Royal Baking Powder to get them right ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK Hartford Republican FRIDAYOCTOBER THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems I Ten men have been indicted on the charge of comprising to steal Sl 712587 from a Denver Savings Bank Members of the Isthmian Canal Commission and the Board of Con sulting Engineers returning from a tour of inspection of the Panama Ca nal arrived at New York Tuesday- on the steamer Havana for Colon Andrew Carnegie in his address at St Andrews University discussed hopefully the outlook for uni versals peace and declared that five nations or even three banded to gether in a league of peace could t banish all war Judge A M J Cochran in the United States District Court at Cov ington continued the contempt cases against Mayor Helmbold and Patrol Flynn and Balkan for alleged interference with the disposition of Caleb Powers until the SupremefcCourt should pass on the question of juris diction President Roosevelt has amended the civil service rules by a sweeping order to the effect that hereafter a Cabinet officer will have thel power to remove summarily and without hearing any civil service employed in his department who to the per sonal knowledge of the head of the department has been guilty of mis conduct or who is inefficient in the performance of his dutisIOnly u little cold in thehead may be the beginning of an obstinate case of Nasal Catarrh Drive out the in vader with Elys ream Balm appli ed straight to the inflamed lulled up airimssages 19 ireif you I uler to ue an atoiixtfr ask for quid Ireim Halm It has all the nod qualities of the remedy in solid rut and will rid you of catarrh or i hay favor No cocaine to breed a dreadful habit mercury to dry out hc Hccretion Price 7 with praying tube Ail druggist or mailed by Ely Bros iiti Warren street New York SMALLHOUS Oct IJMr Ott Kimbley Clerk on the Steamer Bowling Green attended the debate at the schoolhouse near hero Friday night Rev McConnell the new preacher filiihisI Aldine ton attended the Hartford ir 410 Ineaday Mrs liobert Hunter et T u Jay the guest of Mrs E W Smith near Ceralvo Mr John Barnard and wife Mr Thos Howell and wife Erkin Ful Vwin and Hill Arlington L Jia funrer E lah Wiflllow and Mr and Mr + Vni Addition attended the- Cin 11 till It LlnldUt thuieii- r r Sunday Mesdames George Reid Bober- Hunter and little Misses Benla- Reid Ree Igleheart and MarioniHi- spent Saturday with Mrs M Maddox Notice Hartford Local Union A S of E will meet at the Court House in Hartford the third Saturday in Octo ber at 2 oclock All members are requsted to be present Important business will be transacted- F W PIRTIE Pres It B MARTIN Sec Y M C A Convention The Fourth Annual Convention of the Young Mens Christian Associa tions of Ohio county will be held in Hartford beginning tonight and closing on Monday night fallow ing The Executive Committee have used their best efforts to make this the most interesting con vention that has ever been held i the county They have secured number of fine speakers and will have good music and free entertain largeIpoints in the County The first session will be held at the Methodist churchat 7 oclock p m and wil be one of the most unique and esting features of the Associatio- work It will a boys session an will be completely in charge of th junior members one of whom preside and a number of others will discuss topics connected with th work and the meeting will close with an address by II E Montague Boys Work Director of Louisville Ky The committee urge the at tendance of all win are interested in the coming manhood f the community and who desire to encoura the work of the boys as well as t note the advancement that has bee made in this department since th organization has been effected i this county It will pay you to be there The day sessions Saturday will be held at the Methodist church and will consist of business confer ence and interesting discussions by local and visiting delegates Saturday night at the same church an in 1it arrangelofmorning at Si15 the services will be held at consecrationI A rooms in charge Penn of Georgetown regular church services at the Baptist nn Presbyterian churches at 11 oclock and services at the M E church fo boys and girls under 16 conducted by S W Bedford Owensboro N boy or girl can afford to miss thi meeting 330 Sunday there will be a mens mass Meeting at the Court House a boys mass meeting at the 11 E church andr ladies mss meeting at the Baptist church Al will be addressed by noted speakers and it is hoped that everbody will attendone of these services Sunday evening at 7 oclock will he the union meeting at the C P church in eh fi E Roi oar f Louis ville and it will be addressed by quite a numbe of speakers Monday evening at 7 oclock the business mens banquet will be held at the Opera House in charge of the Ladies speakerItwhos its session av tin hollowing W r r nw + I G Archer Owensb rr S W An ilurco ven ion P 0 Dix LouI isville Mr Penn eoriretown Ashby Madisonvilic S W bodford Owensboro W F Maylott Owens horo and H E Rasevear Louisville If you are interested in Christian work you cannot afford to miss these meetings Parties expecting to at tend from outside points are request el to send their names to R Sidenil1sI Hartford Ky that homes provided and the committee will know just what arrangements to make TilE COMMITTK Wanted 40 Pick Miners at McHenry Mines McHenry Ky MCHENKY COAl COMPANY By R T WKDDINO tf BUILD JUNGFRAU RAILWAY Jrfflt Engineering Feat Is Success fully Completed at Lost Sta tion 10000 Feet in Air A further stop has been made toward the completion of the mil way which is to transport tourist to the summit of tIle Jungfrau iu the Alps A year ago till station if Hijorwand which is 9IIIHI feet Ibm e the sea level was ojuiicd JIll it is now announced that Ilob next station Kismecr JIO fret thehtbtttPrecently that is to say a week before the ipM iiitiil lute and Ibis notwithstanding that a tun nel nearly a mile in kujtb be bored through the herd xloueI and rock of the Kiger There was grout excitement inI Intcrlakon when it was known that the line was thronged out to ialltl1llrllllllellI lord Wengeenalp advantage of the new extension Special trains hid to lie jmt on lord the pressure continued until the evening It was at first feared that the opening would have to be postponed owing to the inclement weather which prevailed on flu pjevious days but tIll day when the trial was made was an ideal summer day and so the oxiiing platen 1Jhe view from Kigcrwaud is- 1I1IIly always spoiled by a mist which constantly comet and goes hut up at Eismeer the atmosphere was perfectly clear and view of the Alps was superb Indeed Eismeer is always free from mist 1and fog and so one can almost al liltnthee1and the Touch From the Eismeer tip of theFiesclKrhonier ran Schreekirornedown Inlow before ones eves stretches the Kiger glacier with its terrible abysses and gigantic gorges His a tight which excites intense ad miration rind at the same time unwillinglye toniae a open whillIalong tlie Col do Jmigfrau leI the liftIconvey passengers up a tun fuel bored through the mountain to the summit This last section will be the most Iii 111 l1I I t and when is completed it will be thenown exampln of whet modern cur Kineeriug genius can achieve DONT LOSE YOUR TEMPER Control of Ones Ire In a Virtue Which Do Not Possess to IMany Their Sorrow tiniduringsper Myunderstauding of this precept was Control your tent per attain perfect composure coutfItoward all provocation to wrath Fortified 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