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Digital page images are linked to the text file. b 1 rtferit ftbiicant Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year I VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 27 1905 No 15 IMM AGAIN FBEE Pulaski Leeds Slayer Escap z es From the Asylum Borrowed Another Patients Clothes to Aid Him in Ills Dash For Liberty Hopkinsville Ky Oct 2JGeo Warner the slayer of pulaski Leeds former master mechanic ofthe Louisville and Nashville railroad escap ed from his room in the Western Kentucky asylum near this city smiio time during the night by forcing the lock and a great iron plate of his door and is still at large Warner made his escape sometime after the night watch went on at UI W oclock but his escape was not 4discovered until 445 oclock this morning so ingeniously had he covered upall indications of his absence As soon us his departure became known the olltcials of the asylum were aroused and in a short time communication was opened with every point in the surrounding coun try in hopes of capturing the fugi 0titsWarner was confined in the violent ward for safekeeping for although r he had been a model patient and had been allowed many privileges the authorities were unwilling to take any chances of his escape Arid placed him where they thought he would be unable to get away if he j was so disposed and in addition kept him constantly under guard in the l daytime whenever he was allowed to leave the asylum building- It is the custom at the institution for the patients as soon as they retire for the night to hang up their cloth es on the out side of their cells or wards that the Guard in making his rounds may know that the patent is in bed In order to prevent dete + ction Warner succeeded in borrow ing the clothes of one of the patients in another ward and hung them out side his door Hence when the guard passed his room he supposed everything was all right Warner succeeded by use of a wire in picking the lock of his door and then forced the iron plate which is used as a further protection t against any attempt of patients to breakout He then it supposed made his way to thg basement carefully i avoiding the guards and was soon out in the open It is not thought that he could have taken a train out of town as careful inquiry at the Illinois Central and Louisville and Nashville station revealed no trace of the missing man The generally accepted theory is that hostruck straight out through the country making his way across fields to some station where ho could take a train yhich would carry him f to Tennessee Strayed or Stolen One male pointer white with liver t ears and few other liver colored r W spots has tip of tail cut off will answer to name af Dick 500 reward for the return of this dog E G BAUKASS Hartford Ky r r Proposed Constitutional Amend wentR amend ment which provided for the old vi va voce way of voting will be submitted s to a vote of the people of Kentucky on November 7th for rati fication or rejection If you favor lGthe present secret ballot system no 01 against the amendment The exact question to be submitted is as follqws Are you in faver of the following proposed Amendment to the Consti tutionf 147 The General Assem bly shall provide by law for the re 4 gistration of all persons entitled to vote in cities and towns having a population of five thousand of more and may provide by general law for 1the registration of other voters in State Where registration is re- quiredonly persons registered shall have the right to vote The mode I registration shall be prescribed by the General Assembly In all elections by persons in a representa tive capacity the voting shall be vi va voce and made a matter of record and all election by thelpeople shall also be viva voco and made a matter of public record by the ofllicers of election according to the direction of the voter The word elections in this section includes the decision of questions submitted to the voters as well as the choice of officers by them The first General Assembly held after the adoption of this amendment jihall pass all necessary laws to enforce this provision A Notice- A call of the Financial Committee- of the A S of E of Ohio County gentlemen you are requested to meet in the town of Hartford Ky on Monday Oct 30 1905 to transact business of Importance a full attendance of Committee is desiredon this date DAVID MOKELAND Pres FARMERS RALLY At the Ohio County Fair Grounds On Saturday November 4th 1905 The farmers rally atthc Ohio County Fair grounds on Saturday November 4th promises to be a most enjoyable and largely attended as well as profitable meeting Hon E L Davenport of Muhlen burg county will deliver a public lecture and will be able to explain in detail the work of the national far mers convention which met at Ow ensboro last week r Mr Davenports quite a pleasant and entertaining speaker and is sure to have something of interest to say to the far mers He is a close student of the labor question and knows and can explain the need of organization among the farming class of people Quite an enjoyable feature of the day will be the old fashion basket dinner which will be served on the groundsThe Committee on arrangments have issued a public invitation for every body to attend W Narrows A S of E News Fordsville Local Union No 2 recei ved 12 more members last Saturday night This makes 32 additions in the last three weeks The people are be coming thoughouly aroused and the farmer who is yet out side the organization is beginning to feel like a sheep at a shooting match Line up fellow farmers and quit dumping your products on the mar ket for less than equity prices for herein lies your only real prospects for future prosperity Now that the great Natipnal Con vention of Tobaco Growers has done its work and a plan has been adopt ed by which tobaco growers can con troll the marketing of their crops and thereby compel profitable prices and realizing that final success de pends only upon united action among producers therefore we should do our utmost to help extend and solidity the organization Seeing as every one must that unor ganized we are entirely at the mercy of the trusts and combines why not as men of convictions and having the courage characteristic of real amer ican manhood come at once to the point and join with us in our de mands forsimple justice Remember the time is close at handwhen our doors will be closed against you and you will be left out with the trusts and the Devil to fight it out This npplies to locals already or ganizedRemember this is the time for positive action choose you this day whom you will serve your families or the trusts locals prepare both Banners and dinner for the great rally to be held at the fair grounds at Hartford Nov 4 tell every body to come and hear the able address to be made on that day 1 F SHARP NEW RAILROAD i- From MacHsonvlHe to Cloverpor via Hartford Almost a Certainty In a recent interview Baile who has just purchased a large body of coal land at Bremen Muhlenberi county which the proposed road will traverse says In regard to the railroad from Madisonville to Cloverport or to a point on the Ohio river near that place will say that I have no doub whatever about the road being completed Certainly my purchas would indicate that I had great faith in the railroad being built I will say this that I have been in communication with the parties whi will furnish the capital to build this road an they have said emphaticall to me that the railroad would be built and equipped in first class shape just as soon as the people of Madi sonville or Hopkins county would assure them that the rightofwa would be furnished them withou cost This as you know was the original agreement and while it is true that up to this time not all of the rightofway has been secured still I have faith in the people who own lands over which this railroad will pass and feel confident tha when their attention is brought to the matter in the proper way tha they will be glad to give the right ofway without any cos- tAndersonNorris Nuptial Miss Nettie Anderson of the north Hartford neighborhood and Mr Luther Narris of Owensboro were united in marriage at the residence of Rev J D Hocker Owensboro last Thursday evening at oclock The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs R A Anderson and is quite popular in her home com munity The groom is an employs of the Ames Carriage Co of Owens boroand is well and favorably known in that city They will make their home in Owensboro a ANOTHER CATCH Made by Deputy Marshal NIchols in Grayson County Leitchfield KYOct 24Deputy United States Marshal C T Nichols of Owensboro captured James Hampton last night at Hardin Springs Breckinridge county after a chase of two days Hampton was brought here toflay and will be tak en to Owensboro and placed in jail tQ wait the November term of fede ral court He is charged with re tailing liquor without having paid the special tax but a case of moon shining will probably be made against him CAST nlABasra theIts Kind Yoa Marl Always Bill i Bljnatnrt d Itf Ip Roxey Oct 23Rev J D Harned filled his regular appointment at Hickory Church Sunday The singing school at Mt Zion is progressing nicely under the man agement of Tolbert Miller Aunt Nancy Ann Taylor is on the sick list again- LutherLeach made a flying trip to Hartford yesterday Lee Stevens who has been visiting her parents and friends Cromwell for the past week returned home SundayClara Leach Manda visited Lucian Sandefur and family Sunday Clayton Hocker and Ellis Smith Beaver Dam were pleasant callers at Mr Mack Sheers Sunday Frank Miller and wife McLean Co are visiting relatives and friends in this community- James Butler and wife Holston visited LA Sandefur Sunday Mr Walker Stevens and Betty Hoover were united in the holy bonds of matrim cry this tvinirg lev H Embry officiating May their lives be one eternal happiness am bliss HERBERT Oct 24Virgil Miller and daughters Sadie and Baxter were in SaturdayAirs has a severe case of diphtheria Mrs Charlott M Cooper Owens boro and brother R M Miller spent Sunday at William Hollands near Whitesville Hardin Floyd and daughter Mis Lula and son Haynes have returnee from Louisville where they attendee the meeting of the Masonry Grant Lodge Miss Sadie Miller is at home after a two weeks stay in Owensboro Will Stewart and Guy Hinton were in wensboro Friday R M Miller and wife visited the lathers lather C W Phippslwho Is sickat his home near Whitesville Suhday Jim Chambers attended the farm seyeraldarBB A Givens is suffering with sciatic rheumatism Benjamin Swope is having a new residence built Severe colds are the order of the day in the community The farmers are ready for cold weather A MAMMOTH PUMPKIN VINE Over Fifteen Hundred Feet Long and Bore 675 Pound of m t Pumpkins Mr John T Norris a resident of Davess county has grown the longest pumpkin vine that was ever heard of and in has half a wagon load of pumpkins on it says the Owensboro Inquirer The plant came up in a potato patch on Mr Norris place and never had any cultivation what ever as it appeared after he had quit working the potatoes In com pany with Mr Chas Nuttall a neighbor and Mr Simon Jackson of Evansville he measured the vine which came from one seed and found the total length to be 1566 feet and eight inches It had twentyseven ripe pumpkins all weighing from twentythree to thirty pounds the whole weighing 675 pounds Besides there were nine green pumpkins of various sizes 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 others against B N Patterson I or one of my Deputies will on Monday the 6th day of November 1905 between the hours of 1 oclock P M and 4 otlock P M at tho Court House door in Hartford Ohio county 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 sameIland conveyed to B N the Master Commissioner of the Ohio Circuit Court on May 27 1898 and recorded in commissioners deed book fiG page 166 Ohio County Clerks office levied upon as the property of B N Patterson TERMSSale will be made on a credit ofmonths bond with approved securely required bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per an num from day of sale and haying the forceand effect of a sale band Witness my hand this 18 day of October 1905 I CAL P KEOWN S O C By CHESTER KEOWN D S I j A JUDGES WIFE MRSMINMC Eo MCALLISTER light on Female Diseases What used to be called female diseases by the medical profession Is now called pelvic catarrh It hasJtoen found by experience that catarrhal diseases of the pelvic organs are the cause of most cases of female diseases Dr Hartman was among the first of Americas greatest physicians to make this discovery For forty years ho has been treattngdlseases peculiar to women and long ago he reached tho conclusion that a woman entirely free from ca tarrhal affection of these organs would not bo subject to female diseases lie therefore began using Peruna for these cases and found it so admirably adapted to their permanent cure that lerunahas now become the most famous remedy for female diseases ever known Everywhere the women are using it and prate ingiu Peruna Is not a palliative aim ply It cures by removing the cause of female diseases Pernna builds up the nerves and restores tho appetite and digestion Dr Hartman has probably cured more women of female ailments than any other living physician He makes these cures simply by using and recommend tog Pomna TRAIN BACKS TWO MILES Only to Get a Hat of aInegro Passenger Evansville Ind Oct 24Afunny incident was witnessed by the pas sengers of the E and I passenger train which arrived in Evansville yesterday afternoon at 215 oclock When the train was a short distance this side of Mackey station an excited passenger made his way to Conductor William Smith arid said a man had fallen from the train and that he had seen him as he made the plunge Conductor Smith had the train backed up and after going about two miles a mans hat was found but no man Inquiry devel oped that the hat belonged to anegro passenger and he received his pro perty witn many thanks although he had not thought of asking that the train be backed to find the hat KlliR PortIMack Porter a young colored man died in the lockup at Rockport last Friday from the effect of wounds inflicted by pistol shots fired by Cleve Herrel the day before It was reported that Porter and Herrel were in front of Jarnigans saloon The negro was drinking and struck at Herrel who is a boy of about twenty years old blacking his eye Herrel then ran out of the saloon into a restaurant next dpor and secured a 38 caliber revolver Returning he opened fire as soon as he came into the house Porter fell on the floor and was later taken to the lockup there being no other place to take him Herrel surrender ea next horning and was later released on bond Saturday morning Esq D J Wilcox in the absence of coroner summoned jury and held I an inquest The Jury after hearing I 1 ICURED She Suffered For Years and Doctors Failed to Give Relief Cured by Peruna MRS MII m E MoALLISTER of Judge McAllister of Min neapolis Minn and Chaplain Loyal Mystic Legion of America writes Isuffered for years with a pain In the small of my back and right aide It interfered often with my domestic and social duties and I never supposed that I would bo cured as the doctors medicine did not seem to help me any Fortunately member ot our Order advised me to try Peruna and gave It such highpraise that I decided to try It Although I started in with little faith 1 felt so much better In a week that I felt encouraged OIl took It faithfully for seven weeks uythatexpress my gratitude Perfect health onto more la the best thing I could wish foiyand thanks to Peruna I enjoy that now Minnie E McAllister Mrs Esther M Milner DeQraff Ohio writes I was a terriblo sufferer from female weakness and had the headache contin uously I was not able to do my house work for myself and husband I wrote you and described my condition as near as possible You recommended Peruna I took four bottles and was completely cured I think Pernna a wonderful medicine Mrs Esther M Mllner Congressman Thad M Mahon ot Chambers burg Pa writes I take pleasure In commending your Peruna as a substantial tonic and a good catarrh remedyT M f Mahon Peruna Contains No Narcotics One reason why Peruna has found permanent use in so many homes is that It contains no narcotics of any kind Peruna Is perfectly harmless It can be used any length of time without acquir ing a drug habit Peruna does not pro duco temporary results It is perma vent in its effect Aa a tonlo and noire invIgorator Peruna hw no equal It has no bad effect uPon the system and gradually eliminates catarrh byre moving the cause of catarrh There are a multitude of homes where Ferana has been used off and on for twenty years Such a thing could not be possi ble It Peruna contained any drugs of a narcotic nature Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartmau Sanitarium Colambus Ohio All correspondence held strictly copfldentlaL all the evidence returned a verdict of the effect that Herrel acted in self defense POSITIVELY TilE LAST GAS BELT EXCURSIONe Sunday October 29th Big Four Route To the Indiana Gas Belt Special train leave 7th St Union Depot Louisville at 7 oclock a m Extremely low roundtrip rates as follows Rushville 100 Knightsville 100 Anderson 125 Alexander 125 Marion 150- Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office 2594th Avenue and at Depot- S J GATES Gen Agt tYe Early Risers The famous little pills Ayers Do you like your thin rough short hair Of course you dont Do you like thick heavy smooth hair Of course you do Then why HairVigor not be pleased Ayers Hair Vigor makes beautiful heads of halr thats the whole story Sold for GO yearsa I sure uitd trera ildr Vizor for a long time It It Imleoa a wonderful hair tonic rcilorliiK health to lIe halt ami scalp and al- tut Y tame eplendlddreulurnu T flOO a boltl j o AVtn co Alldnlreltt IowHI Malt for t Weak Hair STRANGE CASE Of a Man Who Served Twent Seven Years in Jail for Drunkenness Wfitvrlmrf Conn Dlxpntcli Judge Edgar M Warner of Pt non who is well known as an advo cateof prison reform and has long waged war against the Connecticut system of punishment for petty of lenses now believes he has discov ed the finest specimen of the h rible example that ever served a re formers cause The horrible example is a pris oner now in the New Haven county Jail where he has spent no less than 27 years and the most serious offense he ever committed was that of get ting drunk with never so simple a frill as an assault or a bit of pan handlingNeither Judge Warner nor Sheriff Dunham will make known the name of the prisoner They say he is the dissolute son of a family of more than state prominence that his rel atives long ago cast him off and that he himself in his sober moments wishes to be regarded as dead The least we can do fpr the poor devil is to keep h s secret said the Sheriff this afternoon He is only a poor victim of the Jaw said Judge Warner why snould I tell you his name ThS man was first committed in May 1878 He had been on a pro tracted debauch in New Haven and entered the jail halfintoxicated He served ten days and was discharged In twentyfour hours he was back again with a sentence of three months That tells his life story In all these past 27 years the man has never been free from the jail for more than 12 hours at a time Usu ally he gets no further away than the little saloon a few yards distant from the jail entrance Sometim he makes a long journey to the cen ter of the city Once he stayed so her long enough to ship as a deck hand aboard a coal barge but they called the patol wagon before the tow got under way His shortest sentence was for the original 10 lays His longest has been four months He has been committed 1G1 times and the state has extended more than 10000 fo his trials and his support He is t be discharged in less than a month Well let him go in the morning and have him hack before night said Sheriff Dunham Judge Warner will bring the mans case before the National Prison Association According to the Judge a sentence of 120 days is only long enough for the development of a onsuming thirst in a hard drinker He wants the laws so changed that the habitual drunkards may be com mitted for one or two years Frightful Suffering Relieved Suffering frightfully from the virI ulent poisons of undigested food C f j Grayson of Lula Miss took Dr Rings New Life Pills with the j result lu rites that I was cured + All stomach and bowel disorders give way to their tonic laxative 25c at Z Wa ne Grillin S Bros drug ftoleI gua1anteedj rtThesat around the fire in armony The strangest sight I ever awj one said was the blocking of a cannon ball It was at Chickamauga A spent ball came skating through the air like a baseball thrown pretty swift and a brave Irish sapper nextC to me said Watch me block thisf He hold his spade straight like a cricket bat and received the balli full and true Its course wasnt fleeted It climbed straight up theb spade and took off the young a IllCA Pleasure to All Pill is an pleasant and posit U it A DeWitts Little Early Risers Tf isc Famous Little Pills are soI ini j and effective that children dii k lie ladies and weak people enjoy while Iivelloliliof A Car For Drunkards JJit moet effective rebuke to drunken men lies in the refusal of i Ib r persons to associate with thorn st pv n in the world to willing I A if Mi 1In clns S r is the drunkard The worst seasoned criminal may be proud of his ofyhas genially herd together But the drunkard is ashamed his own class He will not be classified as a drunkard if he can help i ItIf he can help it by no other mea he may even go to the extreme of ceasing to get drunk Railroads running out of London j have put on a series of trains known as drunkards expresses in which intoxicated persons are carried to the publot1C gener convenience and safety of the drunkards themselves But the drunkard does not like be herded and labeled and it is sa that men who used to go home dru every night now dodge the obnoxi ous classification by going home so i ber On every railroad where drunk men ride the special car should provided for them It is but prop er protectionto decent persons tt a right to ride peace The drunkards car would net erofbe crowded Men will reman sob nrather than to cut off from dece orderloving persons and thrust with drunkards For even the drunken men detests and loathe a drunkard SA Daredevil Ride allan often ends in a sad accident To he accidental injuries uses Bucklensj Arnica Salve A deep wound in my foot from an accident writesI Theodore Schuele of Columbus 0 caused me great pain Physicians were helpless but Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly healed it Soothes and heals burns like magic 25c at Z Wayne Griffin S Bros drug gists TRAINED ROOSTER FeateS and is at Feud With a Dog KitniiiHtlty Htur Lynn S Banks General Ticks- Agent at the Union Depot is a natural borintrainer Had not r a prao I really have made goodon soire vaudeville circuit in a trainedani mal act Mr Banks has never edu sated a grasshopper to turn back I somersalts or taught a goldfish howr to roll over and play dead but has given a big Plymouth Rock rooster accomplishment that very few other roosters can boast of E Tochis ing Puff is the dignified name with which Mr Banks has endowed this birdand in truth E Tochising bears himself in a manner quite worthy of this highsounding appellation IIK Tochisings expression is always When spoken to h maws a rumbling nose is throat an cocks his head on one side in much the same manner as the fox terrier dog in the phonograph advertise JIformission to the house by pecking on back dour He will jump over stick when invited to do so oftcng his master is sitting on the front porch leaps into his lap and nestles up like a kitten The bane of E Tochisings exist ence is Mark Mark is a dogjust an ordinary dog Perhaps someone his ancestors away back was a fullblooded fox terror for there is an indefinite something about Mark which suggests the fox terrier fam ly But his general appearance in- icates that the majority of his fore ears were just yellow dogs How Mr Banks doesnt claim that lml was bred in the purple He does declare though that the dog one of the smartest canines of the present age Enmity of the deadliest kind exists llackI strcnIE Tochising for Mack is a strong dog and E Tochising is only a roos ter Great vigilance is necessary to ago keep them apart In the meantime Mr Banks is pining for a rattlesnake trained rattle snake would make CII MYSTERIOUS VOICE aIInduced Passenger To Leave Train and Save LifettllInllllh llrrndl and presentiments were the subjects of conversation in the lobby of the Lenox Hotel one evening recently Several stories humorous and otherwise were told D M Baker of Minneapolis related meryears ago traveling with a party of friends on a Denver and Rio Grande train andIkthe deported said Mr Baker Ne ther did I place any confidence i presentiment until the event I am assuredbwere us on our way to the Pacific Coast On the inmsame car our e during the evening in the usual way passengers on an overland train smoking chatting and playing cards yingrew as one one le fellows went to bed I retired a little before 11 oclock and it wasnt long before I was sound asleep About 2 oclock in the morning I with a start A voice seemed to be calling me Get off the train it said I rubbed my eyes and while was trying to figure out just where I was the voice repeated the words telling me to get off the train I was reallv in a dazed condition and only half awake Just then the train began to move It had stopped for a minute at a station Hardly realizing what I did I grabbed my clothes ran to the end of the car and jumped into the depot platform When I came to my sea ses the lights of the train were disappearing around a bend No build ing was in sight aside from the de pot There a light was shining from the window I entered and surpris ed the operator with my strange appearance for of course I had no hotstwith him at my own foolishness He pointed out a cot and fora second time that night I went to bed Before morning a report came over the wire to the effect that the train I had left had run into a washout 20 miles farther on and had been badly wrecked Every person in the car deserted was more or less injured five were killed It is not for me to explain the thing Maybe it was a dream and maybe it wasnt Anyway I wasnt in the wreck To me that is the most interesting part of the story Do You Want Strength If you want to increase your strength you must add to and not take from the physical In lather words the food that you eat must be digested assimilated and ap anddthe physical It gives strength to and builds up strength in human sys tern It is pleasant to the taste and and the only one compina of digestants that willjdigest the food and enable the system to ap- ropriate all of its heat and strength t qualities Sold by L Wayne Griffin Bro or After the Election Jake the Giant Killer explained his sevenleague boots It was merely a natural step for me after the champain managers got through pulling my leg he said Thus we sec that even fairy tails are founded on grim realities of life I CASTORIAIFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought I C IDors the of Ie 1lloitooIt is proposed to put Mother Hub bards on the Judges of tin nrcme j Court Heres hoping tit the Judges will not fall victims to so fool a scheme The country long outgrew gowns for mens sword t wigsund knee pants The Mother ridiculousandThe public requires that aN Judge shall know the law be honest in expounding it and conducted himself as a gentlemen The flub dubbery ofan English Court is not wanted here If the Judges feel that they must tog up for their work let them wear tights and at least be original DOGS BONE Grafted on to Leg of Injurled Man Saved the Member anti rrurlNtrllbrnnlrleP Grafting the bone from a dogs leg replacedbeen removed and so saving to the iman his leg was the remarka ntble surgical feat performed ba lo cal surgeon It was the fist record ed case of grafting upon the human bone the bone of one of the lower animals The patient a Swede 15 years old had fallen about 12 feet to the pavement causing a com pound fracture right leg near the an kle The fracture the resisted treat ment and in the course time five inches of the were removed It seemed that the only thing left was mputation Thesurgeon determin ed to attempt to graft the bone from the foreleg of a dog to the satecd oft end of the leg bone of the man A small blackand tan dog was selected for the experiment placed under ether and his log prepared The ends of the bones of the man and the dog were united by silver wire and the dog and man fastened rigidly together in a plaster cast The report says The man suffered very much pain or inconvenience except for two or three days during which the dog was restless and wouldattempt to move The more the dog would move the more pain was inflicted not only upon the dog but upon the man The dog soon realized this so that it was not nec sssary after the fourth day to give the dog morphine to keep him quiet The dog and the man become very much attached to each other Five weeks later the bones had knitted firmly and the dog was removed by sawing off his leg The other end of the bone was united to the mans bonewithoutdifliculty Six months after the union the thin bone from the dog had grown and developed almost to the size of the origin bone in the mans leg The man walks with a cane but can get along with out it if necessary co L U M B I A Jour rlglnal oud nrlvuled uslcnl Hlllttnt S IIIIIIIIIIINNIIIInSNIUNINIIIX 125C1IINIIIn111111HI111111111N111n11N MAN AND WOMAN Have Lived for Forty TwoYears Without I i New Vntk tVutM On a seventy liveacre farm four miles from Chateauga Franklin county N Y dwelt James and Mary Durney brother and sister who al though they nave lived in the same house since childhood and are the only occupants of the house have not spoken to each other for 12 years James iliO years old and Mary fiJi Their uncommunicativeness huts for two score years been one of the won tiers of that part of Franklin county and the fact that otherwise they appear to get a long together amicably has but served to intensify in terest in the cue What further adds to the interest of the situation is that neither broth ther nor sister every says a word of the other to any one 12IWhen Mary Durnew was lit year old she wanted to go to a party in the village of Chateaugay and her brother five years older declared I that she should not that she was too young to go to parties I The girl tried to slip out of the house but her brother caught and j detained her and refused to permit her to leave the sitting room of their home until the last vehicle had departed with im merry load of youthful farmer folks As the sounds of the wheels of the last carriage died away Mary was seized with frantic grief and passion and struggled desperately to open the door that her brother had locked putting the key in his pocket lie sat back and laughed at his little sis ters vain efforts to open the door She smuggled to force the lock and then pounded frantically on the door until exhausted by her olTorLs and her impotent rage she fell on the floor She lay there for hours refusing to moveand shrieking when her brother tried to get her to rise When the girl arose the next day ALES IllINIX111111X1I1N1111111M11111111NM111NM1111MIINIIIININIX XIIIIe1MIl11N111111x- 1I I Gold I Records IYNUIInINIIIN1111INI she refused to speak to or notice her brother and this is the attitude that she has maintained resolutely through good fortune amN ball through deaths in the family through success and business enter throughiHer brother quick to take a cue and Apparently feeling as angry as y she utter a few abortive attempts ceased to speak to her when he received no answer to his remarks And from that tiny 42 years ago on October 11 these two persons dwel ling together have locked their lips against each other CA1 1ORT1L a Bean terltaKind You Hate Unn BwflJ JIc1Swindled Thought you said that auto you sold me was a twentyhorse power So it is Well it isnt the first horse I run over put it out of business lot So Glum All to Kiijrlisb stolidity mid tacj tiirnitv the London ilolic quotes an Aiiicrirmi as nsking a waiter in a 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the 1 4 hundreds of thousands of dollars He owns several gold and silver mints und other valuable property a Grand Junction and other points but will not return there on account of failing hcaUhgoing instead to Los Angeles Cal to engage in the real estate business Mr Goff prospected for years with the late William Stratton founder a t and owner of Independence mine Colorado the richest gold mine in the world and was his partner in an iron mine When Stratton died y lust year he was worth 513000000 In 1858 Mr Goff returned to CIo verport for a short visit and seven years later for a brief period For twenty years after his return to Colorado his relatives here did not receive any word from him and through that he was dead In recent years only did they hear from IIIhim During part of this time he was in Australia China and other counties in the far east He started to make two visits here that acci- dentS prevented One time by an explosion of dinamite his leg was broken and his eyes so badly burned that he could not see for eleven months and not then until an operation was performed At another f time the wooden part of a car was demolished in an and his Ifllce was penetrated and distfigured by many long splinter Mr Goff married a daughter of exGovernor Sherwood of Organ He has no children and his wife is not living and hehasofferud home in California to every one of his rel atives in this state among whom are Mrs W D Waters a niece and v Wm Goff u nephew both residing at Owensboro Some of them will accept the offer Cheated Death Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing the right medicine E H Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa cheated death He says Two years ago I had Kidney Trouble + Vwhich caused me great pain suffer i ig and anxiety but I took Electric Bitters which effected a complete it cure I hate also found them of great benefit in general debility and never trouble and keep them constantly on hand since as I find they have no equal Z Wayne Griffin Bros druggists guarantees them q iwat WeII There are peoplein Ohio and other counties who have been horn and I reared on tho banks br within a close lr distanbeof old Rough river and have never imagined that there were old pioneer homes and other places cf interest along its banks that were jfahh glowing with rustic beauty and poetry but such is the case Along its banks are the old pioneer homes of our forefathers old I and maybe gone to decay but having such histories that they are over interestIhome near the cr 9 place called Ross Ripple about two or thrje miles from Centertown at which the Downs family lived and I where L P Downs was born This old place has been changed a great dealsince Mr Downs left it forty years ago when a child but yet it jis an interesting spot for him at least Some time last snring he was going up Rough and coming to this j old place he stopped to wander over the place of his happy boyhood days The old buildings and other places he k had known and loved so well wereH ij gone and new ones in their places v out still there were a few old famii liar places that brought back to his v1 memory the happy days of childhood All these things affected him greatly I and he went away with a sad heart Wen he returned to his home at Livermore he told of visiting the old t place and it so affected his son Ros I cod that he sat to work and in a I short time wrote p poem about it which he gave tho title of Back To My Boyhood Home Roscoe Downs has been engaged m literary work for the past year but without success until this poem which has been pronounced by the critics to be good Since writing it he has had it set to music and made a beautiful song of it which has just been publi shed by the Success Music Co of Chicago and is having a good sale I and promises to become a great favorite This should be of interest therfamiliar with is always more Interesting than something of which we know nothing therefore we should be willing to assist in making this sonig success The authcr has had it dedicated to his father L P Downs and wishes it to be a success more for his sake than for his own I It will be placed on sale at Hartford I Centertown Rockport and other towns in Ohio county as soon as pos- sibleI and will be sold at a reasonable price Let every ono purchase uI copy when placed on sale to enjoy the sweet music and words and help honor the old Rough river we all know so well If anyone wishes a copy and can not secure one just address theAuthor at Livermore Ky a- l I 600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents for Subscrib ers to the Weekly Courier Journal The Weekly CourierJournal Hen ry Wattcrsons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It propose to give away twenty Christmas pres ents ranging from 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents of 100 50 30 and 20 andl sixteen Tpres ent of 30 and 20 to be given in the- states of Kentuc T y Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri 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him and caught a large number of the birds which he had confined overnight in their cote and fastened to the legs of each bird a cord about 20 feet in length The free end of the cords he carried out of the closed window of the dove cote and tied them qll together out sideWhen he had 15 of the birds har nessed in this was he took the knott ed ends of the cords firmly in his grasp with both hands and then dir ected his companions to open the window and free the pigeon As soon as this was done the birds flew cut with a rush and with their com bined strength carried the venture some little lad far up into the air above the city and there they flew about with him to and fro but still too frightened to alight and thus release the boy He hung on for dear life twining his fingers in the straining cords and below him in the city as the birds flew this way and that the excited people ran with shrill cries of alarm wondering what they could do to help the boy and fearing every moment that his strength would give out and he would fall at their feet- Finally Brzcyck Q Lroschz a farmer who lives a mile from town and who had seen the wonderful sight from afar come riding swiftly into town and using his trusty Krag Jorgensen rifle with that wonderful marksmanship for which he is noted all about New Prague killed the frightened pigeons one by one till the flock was so weakened by this loss in its numbers that they could not sustain the boys weight and slowly and gently dropped him into the Remes artificial lake from which hewas easily rescued Last Hope Vanished When leading physicianssaid that W M Smith rt of Pekin La had incurable consumption his last hope vanished but Dr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds kept him out his grave He says This great specifics completely cured me and saved my life Since then I have used it for over 10 years and consider it a marvelous throat and lung cure Strictly scientific cure for Coughs Sore Throats or Colds sure preventive 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work I The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list oftestimonialsAddress Cheney Co Toledo 0- Sold by Druggist 75c Take Halls Family Pills Jor con stipation m BLIND FOOTBALL TEAM Plays By Ear the Kentucky Lads t Put Up a Good Gamt loul llllr Illipntch A remarkable feature of the work of my boys said Captain Short of the football team of the Kentucky Institution for the Education I I of the Blind is the quickness with which they adapt themselves to the use of signals A clap of the hands the shouting of an agreed word known ouly to the blind boys and myself and a countersign or pas+ sword are the means used to makeup for the loss of the players sight For instance when the boys get into a tackleor other mixup they have one word which must be spoken whenever there there is a cometo gether When a blind boy gets his hands on another player he says this word aloud If the man he has I tackled or collided with does not say I in a hurry the word agreed upon to I fit the password something is doing be done in a jiffy Igoingaftertheir waste any time j man when he does not say the word to fit the counter i sign There is no snapping of the ball but instead it is passed to the blind j boy agreed npon by both sides andI play begins with him After this i everything as far as the location ofol i the ball goes depends on sound The moment the ball goes intna I mans hands you will see my making for that direction almost beIfore the men who can see have ed where the ball is One agreed word will completely stop the play and the way the boysI catch the word and obey it is ful It is like a test alarm of fire in- i a school j With my boys they do not know r i what is coming whether they are about to get smashed all to pieces or I whether some one else is about to get hurt by their rushes but they do know that the signal to stop means to stop and like the true soldiers that they are they stop 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Car son R C Taylor G B Williams Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us UNDER the headlines of Smoked Out and ostensibly discussing p interview with Esq W G Marti- which we published in our issue of October 13th and again last week but really portraying its idiocy and utter disregard for the truth The Hartrord Herald says When w rend Itwr knew he bed uN- holy rath portions ofthelnterlew HI he wuntnl Yes and when the people who had as well as those who had not read th whole interview read your brief quotation from it they knew as we do that you knowingly and willfully attempted to deceive them and conceal the real facts concerning the un heard of methods used in railroad ing the contract for the construction b of the iron bridges through to the Champion Bridge Co Again i says II took prrllent effort ou oar putt la int tin nllluriif TUB llnrtmirAX to n- polut nherihe Kunlil hnrn to Live the j ttholit Interview Hero is another sample of its fine j spun deception Of course every one knows that we were not forced to give the whole interview It was out of a spirit of fairness to Judge Miller whose duty it was to notify the other members of the committee of the time and place of meeting j the other members the public and every one interested that we gave the whole interview the Heralds statement to the contrary notwithstanding We have often been charged by this measly penurious paper of practicing chicanery mis representation and deception but knowing the source of its emanation we have passed it by and went straight along giving the facts about the iron bridge business as we see them IN 185 when Judge Miller was trying to sejl 30000 worth cf county bonds to procure money to payoff the countys indebtedness he told the companies with whom he negotiated that the entire indebted ness that he found hanging over Ohio county on his advent into nf lice vArr itvfil Vi or t k adopted f iu 11J JL i of Kentucky which as every one knows was adopted in 1891 If this be trueand no one has ever denied it it relieves the Republican party en tirely of any responsibility for the al leged 35000 indebtedness for until 1891 when Judge John P Mortons term of office began the Republicans had never before in the history of Ohio county had charge of its financial affairs and could not have contracted the alleged 35000 in debtedness or any indebtedness prior to that time Now Judge if you understood in 1898 that the debts of the county were contracted prior to 1891 and see it different now why not explain what brought upon you the charge If on the other hand you still understand you did in 1898 that the countys indebtedness was contracted before the good year of 1891 why are you and your mouthpiece the Hartford Herald trying to make it appear that the debt was contracted during Judge Mortons term of office and that the Republican party is responsible for it JUDGE MILLER admits in his article to the voters of Ohio county published in this weeks Hartford Her ald that he has collected 81000 more taxes from the taxpayers of Ohio county during his term of office than was collected during the seven years preceding that date After deduct ing 35000 the highest amount he has ever claimed the county was in debt when he assumed charge will he or some one for him please State what has been done with the remaining 46000 of the excess col lectedjIIF TilE Hartford Herald enter tained the slightest desire to act fairly withus and the public it would have reproduced the entire interview of Esq G W Martin relative to what notice he had of the meeting of the iron bridge committee ofI which Judge Miller is Chairman which we published in our last issue insteadof a few sentences which dis cnnnected from the remainder are rendered unintelligible TilE lotisone of the mighty safe guards of liberty and should be kept inviolate The cor rupt voter and politicion alone would profit by a return to the old way of voting Voter place your stencil in the small square opposite the no I on the margin of your ballot November 7th and help to retain the spcret ba1lotIHow DOES Judge Millers state Judgen thenRepublicans then in power not only spent all the revenue for that year but run the county 15000 in debt look by the side of his statement inf 1898 that all the indebtedness of the county was contracted before 1891 IF HE had cared to give a bit of publicein his Facts and Figures why he did not notify M S Ragland of the time and place of meeting of the iron bridge construction committees as he agreed to do COUNTY finances andiron bridge building seem to be the slogan oft ItIpower CAN any one guess why J D Wyaong Representative of the I Champion Bridge Company visited inIj RENDER I ECentralt ilIil Minnie Lee Tinsley left Wed Hoodsii tttinctionest curative and preventive medicine the world has ever known It is an allround medicine producing its un purifyingthe blood on which the health and strength ofevery 11pendtute for Hoods but insist on having Hoods AND ONLY HOODS li r rA Matter I of Health I There is a quality in Royal Baking Powder which pro motes digestion This peculiarity of Royal has been noted by physicians and they accordingly use and recommend it exclusivelyROY- AL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK nesday for a visit to Hopinsville Chas Thienes Taylor Mines was here last Thursday Misses Lucye James and Madie Engleby were in Beaver Dam last ThursdayJ Brown Central City was here last Thursday Isaac Harvey was in Owensboroon legal business last Thursday- T P Seay of Depoy was here last FridayMrs Mary A Cargal and son left Jasonville Ind last Friday Ed Cooper Jr was in Central City on legal business last Friday G L Miller Cloverport was here last Friday Sam Jones Louisville was here last Friday Geo T Tinsley spent last Friday Saturday in Hopkinsville Miss Maybel Swain returned to her home in South Carrollton last i Saturday after visiting her aunt Mrs Frank Cooper for the past few weeksMrs H W Jones and son Vm returned home last Saturday after visiting in Butler and Muhlenburg j counties for the last four weeks Marvin Moseley Hartfocd was here last Saturday i Simon Jones was in Central City SundayW Owensboro was here yesterday Rhea Armstrong Leitchfield was here yesterday- E G Barrass Hartford was here esterdaIJ Jacobstein Louisville was here yesterday R B Eastin and family moved here today to Island Theo Hess moved from here today to Taylor Mines i Jas Dean Deanfield moved here last week I Jno Hudson Hartford moved here today Mrs Nettie Shrader and daughter arrived here today from Louisville- to be the guest of their uncle Rev N C RobinsonIW T Woodward Hartford was here today 1 Boys only two weeks from today get to work and put in the entire et as it will be election day dont forget the date November 7th underiLUST CM FOR TilXES l have given repeated public notice and have mailed indi vidual notice to every taxpayer to settle their taxes many have failed to heed any of these calls Now I issued this last call to give everyone doubly fair warn Cal P Keown S 0 C BUFORD Oct 25 Miss Sallie Warden CenI is visiting her sisters 111sI l1 Hoover and Miss denIJ D Hoover and wife went to Dwensboro Tuesday R R Cundift and wife went to j 3vensboro Tuesday John Blair and wife visited their ion W N Blair near Goshen Sat urda and Sunday Judge Ben Newton and wife went rd Monday Rev Dan Yeiser Andersonville i WIHusMrs Frankie Hussey wife of C W i Hussey died on the 18th age 76 years and was buried at McCarmel the 19th She was at her old home with her daughter Mrs It n Cun Jiff when God saw fit to take her away v John Hussey and Mrs Albert Monarch Evansville attended the mothers funeral here the IDth C STCL1 6Bun theItoEli YOJ Hjtl Alwjrs Brit r 8ljuno 11 5000 i j j RS NEEDED AiinniillT to nil ti new porn Ion rrtttU tiy Knllnuiil iiml Telfurnph Vminiiie wnnt YOUNG MEN nl LADIESoftgodJiul II tit LERRNTELEGRRPHYA 1vfurdll iJlwlrvutt of IbI alwhtfutnnd- Slnllon Aicentiln AniHlrH llnr Ix houbsn thelnraett exiln 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Goods The latest in the markets Dress Trimmings The most stylish m NeckwearA 11 new and fashionable tY1m + mRcady to Wear Skirts See this big line be m fore ou uu mmmmC can tII1 lIur= pricesWm U Mens Clothing Hats Shoes and Neck mwcarAntl in fact every article that it takes top a mitt lino of bents Furnish mfijW0 every thing needed fur the homo big lino of lace Oa Curtains Window Shades rurtafn Polls Counter S migS tllClltlf11tS W Groceries aro cheap if you buy them from us Wo M w dolmiaI f articles fi wCoINrOKIMATElX t McHenry Kentucky 3 BBBBBBBEI Er erEEa aaE One Standard Graphophcfne r OOOOOO FREE I Besides the bargains we are constantly offering to our customers we have decided to give awaya I Free a HighGrade Talking Machine I With every 25 worth of goods For 30 days only Beginning October 6 I9C5 SAVE FREE FKfcE- Vuhiivecontrnct I II ed with the Stand 6 and Talking Ma 4 chino Co oiChicav q 1 go the fillnrot the kind in s- wt rid to fiirnisli us a witha number of XTalkingwhich we intend thlth5nlleQualIJL 1 M I IV- Ii W t z This is H dus ttlkttigil i Itllt that a toy with a spiking jvwor1 hut is mechanic J ally perfect with bill iiutuni tone toad is tlio Mo T SATISFACTORY instrument i 1 j on the market It isyouiv is ithniit etThis ulUrs an extrnnnlintry ouporiunity to every lainily in Ohio county to tJCLlVU It highjjratle Standard Tallin Maibine Theo Couuj hen I it sing and talk DoTit forget this offer is for 1U dius 1111 IIItDye look this hance to gut a talkinr t machine free See who will he flee iirt to set one j r r LONG SCO PANYS I ECONOMY STORE A I b- t Hartford S Kentucky 8 6 VWV90fli S G r 01 C4 Jw I r 1 II t tl i T I 3 O 4its1- fi 4 NewsIs b L Ji At this season our Cloak and Skirt department 4j should interest every lady in Hartford and vicini 4ty Isay that wo have the most xiptodato garlf t nients in our city is not exaggerating for wo have b p t ayd our pi ices art right Our styles the very f s 41atet We do not ask you to buy orgy want to i 4 our timor against yours and show them to you g J If wo soil you all right if not we will thank you = 4 for the pleasuro of showing them to you Call b 4au1 see us f f f4 tJ Our Mens Clothing 49 Wo are not behind as to the wants of our gen bIi S tlomon trade Wo pride ourselves in showing the 4 swellest line of Suits and Overcoats that are found l5 in Hartford Hoar in mind that we mark our 41 Clothing at low reasonable prices and when you 1 Jj wear our Suits you have the correct style at the G sank price your neighbor pays II it is Cja Worsted or a Casimere Suit in square cutdoiiblu U breasted or military cut wu have them Our ti price will surpiiso you our styles will please ouJ j I fell and sue us up ti J g Our Shoes it 1M 41lo us are of great importance because much de i- t1 on our foot hence wo have boon striving tin it on the murk bit 1 9t71 t Iron we clI1o cr 1 of the best selected stock anti guaranteed to i1 Jgho you MiHiit wonr Eighteen yeas oxnerionce ty t us ill a to back tF 9t41 3 our Courtney lino has no sn a u- t good solid Shoe No cut oil vamps Every pair 9- j J 4 a good solid wear Sets us for good Shoes 9 1 F 41 lJI 4 Consult Fairs49 If you are not already a customer consult Fairs 9 t 44at once Wo guarantee you a big saving on your I 1 tall bill In commotion with our immense Dry b- t l CJoods store we havo a largo commodious base GI 1 v 9t furnishingJS up- J 1 41 O or see 9 1 GRemoberI J l Hartford Republican r Ii P FRIDAY OCTOBER 27 I Illinois Central RallroadTlmo Tablo P Sftrh Iliiilllll Ihidnr4arnIlllI lrJ I I I Suit lh Hoard NoI 1hlrlt L It in No ll i1mtSKlp in So Ml OniSMii m le NuraIIII nurrul1 Nun- A print Irff lilmrii Jlminry Nollre- U Oblmnrlcii llr lnliniid al 111h J I EtrIalhe rxniii nt 1Jo wnriU b1 lverlbntautonali 1111 riff li r HI III t rate al Ic pier nvrd rntl In nilvimre It ArllclPo In l crer al 130 wordM ulll lioitiil dawn l n r iiilrr l Until nnli Hiniirj Iw uriil with miuuiMrlpl I 0 Actrl In n nnrd In uvrry Inuulr- rt Call at Fairs for the latest in furs t Fresh Oysters at City Restaurant Seo Carson Co for school shoes Call on Carson Co for fine l clothing fShoe time noSee Fairs line Tight L I If you need a new wrap see us CARSON Co ItMylMyl Fresh Oysters Fish and a Restaurant0 Mr R H Basham Rosine was a very pleasant caller Monday 1 4 f W S Hill Rockport called to see us while in town last Friday 4I Arbin Petty the tailor is ready to styleI i fI NicestIine of Cakesand in Hartford at City Restaurant I No premiums no baits only the best goods at a low prices at Fairs 1- rK M Buy at Fairs headquarters for I everything in Dress Goods i E S Mauzy Beaver Dam was pleasant caller last Saturdays IWe are making special prices on stock this week CARSON Co IMrs G B Likens presented her with a fipe girl last Sun dayfJust arrived a new lot of silks and EconomyI at Fairs For the latest call on them Nat Lmdley Point Pleasant call ed to see us while in town last Sat uiday Before buy ing see Fairs Childrens Cloaks The completest Mine in Hartford Ilh and Mrs J B Tappan Beaver have a new visitor a boy born last Sunday I IWe will pay 18 cents perdozen for rom now until further notice CARSON Go Ladies clothing pressed by J A Petty manager cf the Hartford Pressing Club Peters Shoes of every description and prices low at Long i Cos Economy Store For best Overalls Work Shoes Sweaters Sox and mens wear gener ally Call at Fairs Another shipment of Ladies Cloaks at Fairs No question about us being headquarters Sure to find what you want In Fairs Millinery Department Every thing the latest and work neatly done If you want to see someup to date things in Millinery just visit Long Cos Economy Store We have a good big lot of fine shoes Regular piice 3this week only 198 CARSON Co Master Estil Barnett is quite ill of malaria fever at the home of his par ents Col and Mrs C M Barnett See what we are offering free when your cash purchase amounts to 25 at Long Cos Economy Store Leave your laundry at Cleve lIers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 4ltf Ask to see our line of ladies and childrens clocks and furs also rain coats Long Cos Economy Store Esq J A Park will leave today to assume his duties as store keeper ganger at Edmonton Metcalf ington county Mr J A Duke after spending a few days with relatives in Ohio county returned to his home in Lex last Saturday After a few days visit to relatives in Hartford Mr and Mrs L MI Render returned to their home in Louisville Monday A protracted meeting will begin at the Church of Christ Beaver Dam Ky Monday night Nov Gtte All are cordially invited to attend Messrs W B Taylor and S WI Leach Republican Nominee3 county Judge and Assessor respectively were pleasant callers Monday See Arbin Petty in the base ment of the New Commercial Hotel and have that old suit rehauled He will make it look as good as new City Restaurant most uptodate place in Hartford Everything neat as a pin Everything good to eat Everything cooked as order edMrs A D Buskill and son and Mrs Shelby Taylor and children left Tuesday for their homes at Crawley La after an extended visit to rela in the county 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 If you are needing photos of yourself or any member of your family dont miss the opportunity of having them made at Schroeters Floating Studio Good work guaranteed and delivered promptly Mrs Z Wayne Griffin left yesterday for Arora Ind where she will be the guest of Miss Alice Stafford for a few days then she will go to guestaof her sister Miss Nellie Austin Come ands let us fityoueyeswith a suitable pair of Spectacles Do not endanger your eyesight by further delay but come at once No shoddy goods Satisfaction guaran teed R W KI- NG12t1JI tI House 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 and settle Oct 11 iy05 v E W FonD Every man owes it to himself and his family to master a trade or profession Read the display advertisement of the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy in this issue and learn how easy a young man or young lady way learn telegraphy and be assured I a position tfio WANTED By Chicago Manufact I 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 I required Previous experience not essential to engaginAII Address Manager Branches Com- oI ock Chicago 12t12I I At the election of teachers for tile Princeton University of N J last Saturday Prof William Foster Ph 1 D Instructor in Chemiaty was chos en assistant Profof Chemisty i Prof Foster is one of the many Ohio County young men who have attained fame in the professional worldI Miss Bessie Fair and Mr R R Riley were united in marriage at the home of the bride Tuesday after noon at 130 oclock Rev Chester Stevens being the officiating clergy man The wedding was a quiet one only a few relatives and friends be- Ing invited Mr Riley is an enterprising young business man being assistant Cashier of The First National bank here The bride Is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs G G Fair and is a most esti mable lady They left immediately after the ceremony for a brief bridal tour rLicense to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last report W M Stevens Rob Roy age 71 to Elizabeth Hoover Clear Run age 61 Roily R Riley Hartford age 23 to Bessie L Fair Hartford age 22 Lonnie Hoover Beda age 25 tc Mamie V Liles Beda age 19 Mack Daniel Olaton age 24 toMyrtie E Thomas Narrows age 21 Will Hill Baizctown age 21 to Lula Coy Arnoldage 15 Newton Embry Baizetown age 20 to Laura Coy Arnoldage2013 M Combs Hart ford age 35 to Verda Mitchell Westerfield age 28 Robert LEvans Fordsville age 40 to Mary E Rho des Fordsville age 28 John C Bur den Cromwell age 51 to Fannie Burden Cromwell age 35 LAST GALL FOR TAXES I have given repeated public no tices und have mailed individual no tice to every taxpayers to settle their taxes But many have failed to heed any of these calls Now I is sue this last call to give every one doubly fair warning CAL P KEOWN S 0 C Many sufferers from nasal catarrh say they getsplendid results by using an atomizer For their benefit we prepare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Exceptthat it is liquid it is in all respects like the healing helpful painallaying Cream Balm that the public has been familiar with for years No cocaine nor other dangerous drug in it The soothing spray relieves at ouce and cure is certain All druggists 75c inclu ding spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 55 Warren Straet New York AUTANZAS Oct25l rL C Taylor and Miss Willie Everly were married last Wednesday at the Main Street parsonage in Owensboro by Rev J L Reid Mr Taylor is a prosperous young farmer of this place while Mrs Taylor is a very popular young lady Their many friends join in wishing them a happy and prosper ous life They will be at home here in a few days Worth Tichenof is in Indianapolis Ind this week attending the national meeting of the A S of E Born to the wife of Iris Render last Friday a son Some of the farmers have begun stripping tobacco IBIG SALE OP CITY LOTS I Some time in November there will be sold at public auction a large number of city lots lying in and adjacent to the city of Hartford and in what is known as the SIC Cox addition Call at Ohio County Bank and see the plan and plat as made out by John B Wil son the Surveyor tf0 To The Public On and after November 23 our wagon twill make regular trips leav ing our store at 815 and 930 a m 2 and 330 p me of each day Those desiring goods delivered will please govern themselves accordingly 14t2 Respy CAUSON Co NARROWS Oct 2GJ B Wallace returned Monday from a visit to relatives at Bowling Green and Auburn Miss Callie Neighbors returned Tuesday from a visit with friends at i McHenryJohn of Indiana spent a few days here the first of the week Mr and Mrs Robert Shultz visit ed Mrs Shuliz mother at McHenry last week Miss Ona Chinn after a few days visit witTr Miss Gallic Neighbors re- M nr crIs o v DO YOU NEED AN OVERCOAT This winter If you do dont forget us We have a big variety for you to select from UUHUU II I SJencb Tailored Clothes II 11 Hand Tailored Overcoats That are superior in quality and style to any other on the market at the price The Sterling labels in thorn guaranteeing best quality workmanship and styles ob tai nublo Our long 52inch bolted heavy Paddjed shouldersJf and extra tine linings is a snap at 1o f A Winter Friend To a poor man is our Beaver Overcoats that wo are giving as a bargain at 465Still better grades for 600 up to 1000fClothing Headquarters SAM BACH M GlathilliaI1eadgilarters + Ai Pr + + n + + i MJrtt ii+fi+ hti2 +++ + Ft3f+ ii BANK OF HARTFORD I d rCOl YChA1Li71M4 i+ J Capital StockrP 4000000 tSurplus II 00000 Stockholders Atldil Liability 4000000 + Securely to Depositors 9 1 OOOOO I vH+ J W FORD President JOHN T MOORE Cashier Z H P TAYLOR VPrest R HOLBROOK Asat Cashier f J W ifoR HOLUROO fIL T Directors oC Jo CT1IOMAS juoonf + 0 IrgtI + 0 ofo 10 r tin i olo her hone at McHorry 1 B Rfntrow wunt to Olaton Wednesday morning to adjust a pump for Mr Birch Felix Miss Ellie Wimsatt of Dundee was the guest of Miss Magnola Ren frow Wednesday Miss Anna Dunn attended the tent meeting at Olaton Saturday and Sunday Ik Mack Daniel and Miss Myrtle Thomas were married at the home of the bride at 3 oclock Wednesday afternoon Mr Charlie White and Miss Annie Daniel were the attend ants and the ceremony solemn and expressive was said by Rev G J Bean Miss Thomas was the only daughter of Mr J W Thomas and was a young lady or rare beauty and accomplishments Mr Daniel is a prosperous yqung fanner of the oiatori community where they will reside They were a couple much J + roved by their associates and their retirement from the younger set will be regreted by their young friends who join in wishing them a storm less voyage down the stream of time Come ana See Just received an elegant vw lv of Jewelry such as Watehu L Chains c Will alsodb your watch rnd clock repairing in firstclass style All work guaranteed P W KING 12t4 Hartford House Wanted- 40 Pick Miners at McHenry Mines McHenry Ky McHKNRY COoL COMPANY By R T WEDDING tf cfL GYORZArBeall the Ila Kind You Hn Always Boqeto tlgaatue cf tZ I YIrrr ta I 1 PICKPOCKETS AND CROWDS Detective Tells Reporter of Methods Which Crooks Use In Trim ming Victims at Pair Several people who wont to the fair recently held nt Hockville Md came awny with less than they took there remarked a de tective to a Washington Star re porter 1 do not mean that they spent their money or threw II away but that they hap ened l meet people who rimmed t hem Such is the experience of many people who attend county fairs now for there ave crnoktwho find such places more profll ahle than they do the larger pith erings As a rule people who at tend such places seldom crooks a thought and those williI oivrrecent years pickpockets and other crooks have not fared so well at the big gatherings in this country and many of those who attempted to work in the citie have been ai prehended and put away It is not an easy matter for a crook to conceal his identity in these days of improved methods They realize that when placed un der arrest in a small town or coon try places the chances of their get ting away are letter In the lot ger cities the records are handy 3Iaclurisonerrested beforebThere is scarcely a day that the authorities of other cities do not ask the bureau of identification pititilsMiij Sylvester manages to furnish identifications in n large number of eases It is not a difllcult mat ter to trace such persons when till measurements have been ob touted and it is always surprising to the prisoner when he has been nberrested in this city several years ago and held on suspicion that he hitch been implicated in a case in volving the taking of a watch front a visitor in the city He was counhrfnlr UpOIlhilllleased He had been seen to toke a pocketbook from the pocket of a visitor to the fair but had not been seen when he passed it lo a confederate Had the people in the country known of his record they would not have paid any at ltiit jail to his pretended indigna tion and released him Some of the smaller tOWIIS are now represented in the bureau of criminal identification added the detective and even in till smaller places the professional thief finds it more difllcult to op crate and get away than he dill some years ago SHOOTING AFRICAN BABOON j Traveler Writes of Methods Upou Which This Unique Style of Hunt Is Conducted A traveler writing from South Africa to the lIilII1I 1011IlIwtnt round about I he base of liujjmuitil began ml scrawling asi rent through the thick scrub Kiiiirs and farmers together w iiinil something of a loosecircle ound the knpji I llVlhZhltIus iliawint near till spurs if flu kopje and till Kalllrs wei Iiisy hlal iIIir llmiu the sIort to illIIIlfIIIIII ilurmu11tIv it was A 00011111111 lalloouIIIIII1 llnoiiili 1111101111IlII rp of the kopje I cutlli tell II 1111 eIu II I inn was bejnvt ilone Myilrst kill gave lilt a most iincomfoi siilr tin ill It is horribly lililI Idill oil II tpjii The baboons were great In human looking brutes iiite capable of picking up a lamb in their hands and run iiing off with it As a fact they firmrally content themselves wit II liflpill Ihlwalt OpllIlo I till curdled milk within lint their cries were the most horrible P4tof their waving arms When wImill met a careful count was made Thiny baboons hillll11 tugeiI A veil had fallen tn my ami Sour Gapc- I r thIaj IILund of an heirs WI 11 a fJieft ITer fellow marrTetfTIer for her moneyN Y Times Poor Fellow The mOil who is known as i good fellow generally lets other i II do the worr lI over his d itehtsChMINNESOTA INTERLAKEN Writer Elucidates Upon Beauties of This State Is Center of Reseri SystemIXow the stated sum mer ImuiieitI0iIdeiltto 1aSI1 Is eiithnsastic huttttSi cation His descriptions of rural haunts mire therefore sub ject to mortification They an al ways heartiest when they ef fervesce Bill I inn no fouryear ld colt just out of harness I have itiketi the entire continent al most over and am free to say that for a country devoid of mountain features and partaking purely of the pastoral I have found now to equal middle Minnesota in beauty and everchanging variety and it is practically unlimited The very contour of the land makes this possible Consider if you please that this is the cen ter of tIll reservoir ttteti I hVhllhtcipal rivers of the continent Here on this crowning watershed the Mississippi and till lied River of hur Non Ii have their stmrces so losi together and so near aLit y birth and association that the ileities of tIll woods have always marveled why they turned their b ituicksosite directions ota to the freez wugtepid South Atlantic In this syl van nursery of streams in the very cradle of these diverse tempera ments anti erratic moods we find a congregation of catch basins lakes and feeders so numerous that they are hardly named or numbered They soem the very counterpart of the galaxy across the sky There are lakes of every conceivable conformation and outline round lakes with pebbly shores oblong lakes margined with wild rice timid reeds lakes with deeply indented bays and projecting points lakes with shores wooded to the brink and b Paktslawn lakes filled with islands lakes with flat shores bold shores sloping shores cragged shores and lakes with lIlIfOlltillIblulfs and sitelakes in clusters and pairs lakes large as semis and lakes in eon necting challis which stretch far a 1crossinterrupted thoroughfares for boats fur distances of a hundred miles USE OF STEAMER LETTERS Arc Written to Friends When T1lAre Going Abroad One Girl Pleased Dont you know what a steam or letter is said a young man to a writer for the Philadelphia Mill Well if you know a girl 11etlll is going abioad and if you want to get on her right oiIII1il1 i her a steamer 111 let according lo this prescription iIIIIalllllllI v letters as theie the voyage seal lulIll iiuinlifTeiicli Ietlcrii nd inclose all in one tug tluIuiI IlIltllllIsl1 the ship so as to reach tier oil In morning of her sailing She will read one letter a day during the voyage hwill llml In each something pleasniit ami appropriate HUM lie SOUK snutll liift jsttit II hllI most tlmulIorate steamer letter It was i hiuigt of the chief steward lie hll1I1Iitook her deck uhimi hIlaIV t i second days was hidden in Iii I hciut of a bouquet of orchids i The third days was tied to a hun ket of fruit The fourth days lay between the leaves of an interest lug novel The fifth days was in another box of candy The sixth days was in a guide book to Kn rope The seventh II was at tached to two I iIIIiOI the best shiov lit Loiidoii It cost me a pretty penny to arrange such a sleannM letter as i this with the chief steward but tIlt girl was simply tickled lo deajb i I WINE FROM THE PINEAPPLE Delicious Beverage Is Yielded from This FruitMuch Resembles 1Rhl Wine A new way has been found for t iliziuug pineapples which nto uieli a cheap anti plentiful crop tui Iliivat ion that the discovery of a hitherto unknown method of turn i g them lo account commercially is worth noting The fruit it has been ascer uitieul can be made to yhlilml very delicious wine much resem lhtig Rhine wine in bouquet del icacy of llavor and appearance It was III Uravil that pineapples were first employed III this way not long ago but recently an at tempt was tumult to manufacture the beverage on a large semite in Havana For SOUK reason unex plained the elTort resulted in fail ure hut presumably the process was incorrect Persons who have tasted pineapple wine properly made have pronounced itIX quisite The process required is some what elaborate To begin with the rinds of the pineapples mire re moved and tIlt pulp after being cut into small pieces is squeezed i the hands or in some suitable apparatus Tour average pities ought to yield about tao quart of juice Tim latter is filtered through cheesecloth and poured into a III tie cask with a stopcock Then a small quantity of bisul phite of unit is added to clear till must which when this has been accomplished is decanted into a fresh cask The fermentation hich follows lasts for several uiuystled hut there are various essen tial details tint describable in Biiili limited space It is thought that IPiiluuultlPhl wine may become an i ii i i ml iiftcommercial product in till not II tall future The fruit humus uhllllI l isasttits of its pulp mire now being put up with sugar for market in form thai is relatively IIIIIHIIRhI able being available at any time for consumption and retaining the fresh llavor- In till southern states pineap 1 are being raised in a novel fashion under a lattice work of laths The roof of laths is about eight feet from the ground soithat cultivation may be conducted comfortably beneath it and in o ii it cases cover lIIall acres hi this manner a lalliaihllh is given protecting tIll plants from till fiercest rays of the sun When iOmtt threatens the lattice work again serves as a defense inter ftriiig wllh thl 1lIlinlioll uti liemul from till IlIltll 1IIII1alh 111111 I hi itstsII IiiIiui IIiilipdiitspina cloth the most delicate of known fabrics It is 111111 jtiful ami a siiawl made of it will actually lloat III lie air when tossed iiiuuulit day doubtless I we shall learn how lo manufac ture pina in this country The Popes Golden Rose I The iolden Rose whMi the I pope may bestow iipin Roman Catholic princesses for yinIis estimated to 11wlIIlh over frlfill The stem of the rose is of i solid gold while the cup of tlli1 1111111 of tIll most delicate work manship and is set with tuimigitifii cent pi ecioiis stones are similarly set with small gems III itIieinagnitiecni case of white satin mounted with silver si utitsIAN ENGAGED MANS ROOMS Glance at Apartments of a Lover TellsI Kucb Books and Distinctive Air dCSIDid yon ever take particular notice of the apartimnts of the voting fellow wiio is engaged to- utl married or else very much int love asked the old bachelor Iliforo we go any further allow lilt to explain that I have no in tention of saying that the man who is engaged to the sweetest guI in the worldis not very much in love says a writer in the New Orleans TimesDemocrat Of course there is a certain differ ence between I he accepted and thin uuccrtuiu suitor TIll love of a man Witoltlll put his fate to the test and found it not wanting is of that quiet rest ful sort not at all like the unit who is on pins and needles con tinually because forsooth lie can not answer the question Slit loves me she loves me IIl1tt Hut to return to my original proposi Oli The rooms of this man al ways have ii distinctive air that gives him away tin till instant Take his library for instance The table holds half a dozen books that are fIllet with mark ers A glance mu I the titles Is suf ticieul love Poems Tu Old Old Story The Ma Hails of a Toy ous 11IrIIII1II on and so forth His desk contains several letters addressed III a feminine hand a gorgeous penwiper a thing al most unknown to tin loveless nlhIIIIIIIIlSII trinkets that show the handiwork of feminine hands and last but tint least a PIlIiShttljHtlrral Over on the wall you will find a much larger frame containing photograph of the same damsel ami perhaps a dozen or more ko dak prints ivinesenting the girl in as many diVcicut poses Here and there haim bits of ribbon odd and dainty gloves am often a stray wisp of a handkerchief Tle same nil pervades mull the of her rooms of his dwelling Pho ligraphs pillows handkerchief hoves various useful ornaments that a man would never have Ihoimhl of in the world The whole place has the aluuetphere of a IIhlilll WhII I 111 ii mount iuuuni 11 worship flf one gut After he ts IIUIIIitI Ill I limit is lilrl1I1 IPtu91isiI ill II Mexicos Presidents Ill ill years Mexico had iiU presi eiit dictators and emperors be ui t the time of President Diaz utl I UhlllhlI diduIII hlh III th stability of the country There no guaranty he said that ml fec President Diaz dies Mexico will have any better government than that which prevails in the South American countries It In hun greatest city ot till tulted Stiitis where there lire ninny jnvit stores one In imrtlcnlnr larger than liny i if hit others N visited every ilny liy a greater number ot cnstniiHiN tbuii any or till olliirs multi this jiiirtlrnlir store Inet grown III size invMlw iunl popularity for fortyseven years until It Ittti UcolllP till liirfftdl lr liiMiiU mill lrifirttn U t NIr In flu rmin itrlloor space on llroiiilwuy New York I hut n iutuu1y iutuuul lIIUII1Iloll liiil- mui uiuiiiiuiulr toi I lii It hint i Iii ivlutu ii t1I yuitur Inrlhahl That Store Is Macys I No nittfr whore you live you 1111 4 IIpIIIIII uiuii1iiiitIl n1 IhI0 iti 1utni wto sent nix ilntcly iVco tini n I t Viitf lit II jij tin I card tilaymm Handkerchief Specials This Wppv i Wo opera tr our own indlservhlir i ftntory a t Hefat Ireland mind you Hun save tln middlemans expense tuul piuMts I Iii uitlkttthiltft such uu- itIiitft w 0 here ire not sold elsewhere fur less tlian t to no per rent additional j sdes Ml llnen hcmxtltrhei liaml ferehlfiiV oft finUh Ji melt or H lrh hm utm half dozen small Izo ii Regular sizi at- ttilsT All Urn hnml Irnwn hem PIIwfl hfirIwphlrfr I i Inch I i inl r Ii ret lit CV i 11ndlIffFC Klnte Iffhirr or heavy tlnvn IK d piadPs i All Ilnpn hpmMltclipil im taumlpivil hnnilkorrhlpfi with Inl tlnl In a In n l mbroljprivl wrNllhtViilup 10 Bpprlnl per half ozonTp- Mn All Mnen Iicmstltohpil Inr oppnworh omliroMprpd Initial ful oIly laimderiil per half ilozen C Tens All Llnnn licmMltchcd linml j kcrchlpfs oft finish U Inci H Inch or 1 Inch hem per halt dozen Hip j Address Room 201 R H MACY fl CO i i NEW YORK o A 0 1r NOTICE Orders Ohio County Court regular term September 4th 1905 Pre Hon James P MUter Judge It appearing to the satisfaction of the court that tlie Fiscal Court of Ohio county la majority of the members composing the same hits heretofore decided that elections to regulate the running of stock at large in Ohio county Kentucky shall be confined to the voting pre cincts in said county and it further appearing that Ozias Taylor and 25 other legal voters of Select voting precinct Job S Wilson and 20 other legal voters of Horse Branch voting precinct E It Williams and 21 oth er legal voters of South Rockport port voting precinct Wm W LeachP and 31 other legal voters of Arnold voting precinct have filed their sew eral petitions herein miying an eke tlon to ne held in their several respective voting precincts at the regua lar election November 7th or the purpose of taking the sense of- the legal voters in each of said pre cinctsupon the question Wheth er or not cattle generally shall bo permitted to run at large in said pre cincts or any of them and it appearing that said petitioners have depos ited with this court the sum of five dollars to defray the expenses of election in each precinct it is therefore ordered and adjudged that said question be submitted to the voters of said precincts at the regular nIce tion November 7th 1C05 and the officers of the election are directed to open a poll nt each mind all of the voting places in said precincts Ohio county Kentucky for the purpose ascertaining the will of the voters upon the question Whether or not they shall permit cattle gener ally to run at large in their respec tive voting precincts Notice of the submission of this question shall be published at least twcnt days lie 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 each of said precincts thiti question For or Against the run ning at large of cattle in Select vot ing precinct Horse Branch voting precinct South Rockport voting pre cinct Arnold voting precinct Ohb county Kentucks A copy attest M S RAGIANI Clerk By U G RAOIAND D C Pursuant to the above order I O1 P Keown Sheriff of Ohio county will cause a poll to be opened in each I of the voting precincts therein nam ed on November 7tbr 1005 for the purpose of taUig the sense of the legal voters of said precincts as to whether or not cattle generally thall be permitted to run at in j tit precincts CAI P KIOWN S 0 0 Hartford Ky October 2 1D05 I o BIG FOUR j j The Best Line to f In = m ainioAIrOOrJa Gcag loltjiio II Detroit I CljlVtil I Buffalo NwYndl And all other points East Information cheerfully furnished I on application at City I Ticket Oflicu Big Four No I 250 Fourth avenue or write to S J GATES Genl Agent Passnyei Dept Louisville Ky q0 I = I IBoth Legs Barren A Wellington boy who was drill ing a class of playmates found dif itlciiltv in getting theta to march properly Lift your right leg he called Lift your right leg Things went very well until Patsy j Mennissy forgot and lifted his left leg which happened to be triad in trousers like those of the boy next him who was obedient in j holding up hits right leg TIll idrlllniaster stopped aghast Yon cant do that Pat Hennessy Jji ailed Youre holdiiijr l ft- LtsiVohliircpn tKmin 1ttHit v Tv f C MIUKKTT 1IIIIoIITH BAKNETf SMITH ALTORNEVSAt LAWt II UlirilKII KY lviii irsoiectiuipirfploi in nil thurnurt tiiltIh lrt I IItII1 tIIIItUIrlhllnnliinil llfiil Kutnli Law S Ialtlf UltUrln 1I1IIIJLIotJallulhJl II t I FRANK L FEL- IXAttoneyatLaw II UtItUIIU kYWill priirtlri hl iriinuliin In Illiln inil ml Inliiliiu inniitr nnii In HIK ennrl nl ti nN lrlnilnnlftrHrllnHnil l ittIu vrlnltj- Oltlivlu I he llrrnlil liulMluu 4 CHAS MCROWE LAWYER HAKTIVHII KY JIllIhlllill A KH Si rr nil trnlmniilvrn Ijr rrlmlnwl prtiilliM ii iit tu itil inim t MMir rntiiir Mitt 411 kil mid Ontrrrtrv i Thulium riirlitr nptnOro JNO B WILSON AlTOIfNEY AT IA WIHARTFORD KY Mmlnlnttpntliin irlrin fn riilWlnn tiiiklIiir a S 1lg t ninr I R ftWLhDDN- GAttotney 1 atPHAKTFOKO Ivi i PtrrltflroiiiriiniilT ittiiKlnl to 1HrI Inlillr IIM fin oJ ilhliininiiry lnllr iiTrriibliiriiulT ftniik 0 MI IICAVIIIN IIIMSI unnnn ii- HEAVRINWOODVARD Q ohCa c ci J lUiirrmiii Kr rill rpi iphp1 In s llIhp toifls frlHII too PSi p nni iliinrtn llniik ill llnrtfonl = cBARNESAttorney A SiIitiuutrVIII trsripp liliriilmliin In nil llrlnnrt ItIInlloulnpnlr1 In lilmnrr 1110n pnllfv OITIir liifiinrfhiiiiM YANCY L KOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Hartford Kmtnckt Will 1llIrll Itlo lrorIII Innllllir Cnnrtxif t ItiIlitlIMHii over Klrt Xnllunnl llnnk CO In=E r TRADE MARltSII nynne ending nukttrti And dwcrlpllnn mar 1 ibetlieriiiypitlnfl laienWSentItiteiili lukcn Rniugh Jlunn A to rtolTftpfttot notttt without charge In tha Scientific Jltnericati A hamlinmelr llliiitMlnl weekly Ire drruUtldii of nnr rlviitlBn lournal Term II flPWidpaltiMUWN f- UttDcb Offlcg ell K 8t WIIblIUOIIlI Co rflEDANDOEFCNOCDrI I l u ire ii h w to Obialil lIkIu 1t11Ulucopirichu itc IN ALL rasliu it fire 7 rllt COUNTRIESImoney niiJrfltn lie ExcluslvetjWritDJJ Mlath Etrat opp ValId lutti r Unt OSt WASHINGTON O C o di I J t1 fLE Ie r1qPi i f t I i M I I I The RoiiRh River Telephone Co operatedbyreasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is constantly being ex tended ate as follows for 5 minutes 4 conversation 15 miles 10 eta 30 miles 15 cts 45 miles 15 cts c 0 W A CHANDLER Gen Mpr- Hartford Ky 1w OBAMTON I ncil Mgr Bicvcr UcjniIy i sU81USBED R YElIII BALM RDER AGENTS 6Jo EOI1ey Reg ired blcyclo1erhtparagonu on c A19t15with Coaster llrnlccM and Puncturoloss Tires ptOSAnyprim Cliolco of nn stundanl tires and best equipment on ull our bicycles iitronycat guarantee Wo 5JYP ON APPROVAL O D to nny DAYSFREE 6Qtakinlow r fVlOrOJHrUUsporllni corxU all tilmli at hall rceular Culllulll a urlll usetulllllormation 1 T I PUNCTUREnilcgs TIRES Regular prOO 8CO per pair 75weYou m Sample I MILS OR TUCKS CLASS e Pair for Only our TIlE LET AIR t NO MORE TROUBLE from PUNCTURES JI Result of lr years experienco In ttro mnldnl i No dangor from THOMJS CACTUS itIIOUjvulcanized like any other tile PER PAIR SELF by BEWARE OF r for Catalogue Mini and makes Urm nt lion pair and I atFend itrrllr rnbTtrtine lrcl ami lllnvlrn Sundries at limit fAt uu1rloeNotice tlm lck and iunrtnr slrllH ll11 and This II willC outliU other make Sufi Klavtlc and la y KlUliie Wo will klilp 0 D ON APPROVAL AND srrtm 1 a t fmt- Wn will allow a oh tllmcotrtut 5 tlirrcliy making the price 1150 per pair If ron send full ommh with order Tlrei to bo n turuid at our 0x11143 If nut IUIt acton on 0a MEAD CYCLE CO Dept JL CHICAGO ILL a OUR CLUBBING RATES Pith RKITIUICAN aunt Louisville Humlt125to t 0 THK IlKitMiueAN and Louisville 5500 IIKIUJIUUAN and CourierJournal 150 1Im RKiUiuicAv anti St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 RKiimucAX and Home and Farm 125 THK RKiiniucAX ant Lippemotts and Cosmoplitan H25 FILE llKiUitiiuAX and TviceaWeek Owunsburo 1 nquirer 175 w mitt KiiintucAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer aiO iIlHN IlKiUiuicAN and TvieeaVeek Oboro Messenger 175 Tin HKPUIUICAN and National rajaine 150 I Address all orders to 1 THE REPUBLICANI I I Parlolaf jACGtsrrhof the Hegel Thrust IInwtl Itvt nnn idnrvs T- Lnr Grippe And general debility Made by the IirTCiiiiiaii PiiAn I MACAL Co Inc lfor sale 11 v A IJH WILLIAMS Hartford Ky I 11 CP + Southern Raiway Shortest ani Fastest Lines I IoatL- exington ani Louisville 10 I I LOlliSllfliflO WesI- Two trains dally ns follows Leave Lexington C10 a Lout IJsville 900 a m arrive at St Louis p Carrying vestibuled fr coaches and Cafe Observation Par lor Cat Meals a la carte through without cangc I Leave Lexington 530 p m Lou isville 1015 p arrive at St Lou is 732 a m carrying free reclin ing chair cars and Pullman sleeper I through without c1mngeI Reserve Sleeping Car berths at 111 Bast Main St Lexington Ky 231 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky or b lrUnion Depots IIFirstclass typewriter paper for sale at this of ice cheap ITHISIs Sure to GIVE 111zSatlsfactlon ELYS CREAM ftnrt rellrf nt once HcleautM ooth add tbodlnoIemI WANTED ra C of of of I in m m u CATARRH HEADIIprntwt the Membrane llentorrii the lieneee 11 tAste nod smell 1nllnliebkMit druirglata or by ills lOc br ELY llIlOTllEllStlltVarrrn Street ye York t i EASY RIDING STRONG DURABLE HEALING FULLY COVERED PATENTS IMITATIONS EXAMINATION xamllIIIIII Daily Herald Stomsch i i Thousands of Acres For Sale at roasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTEt In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas- most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman 11eelmi and tree reclining chair cart llbmeseehors Excursions first and third Tuesdays of eachre onlh Descriptive literature1 maps pamphlets loaders etc on application H C TOWNSE- NGUlMiriolTH T LOUIS R T0 MATTHEWS TnrdieiPelcetolpclLOrI2TILL4r Nothing tae ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass iti KingsNew j For CONl1HPTIONrlte i A Perfect For All Throat and Cure r Lung Troubles Money back If It falls Trial Bottles free il NEW YORK- WEEKLY LETTER Window Display a Part of the Life Waists Practical and Pretty In Tempting Stylet Saxony Flannel and Embroidered Cashmeres By RENE DEVERAUX At nay rule the old time Men Hint t vtiinil In front of 11 shun window and iTixu nt Its contents VIIH it murk of InovInclMllsin no lunuii iiiipllt to little old NVw York Certainly hero vld New Yorkers lUll tilt traiiK T within her wills gather together to Thin is not to bo tlteltenrl v for In no oilier It Is there to lie Keen In the windows u more artlstlu arrange meat of fashionable apparel This HCIIMOII stcius to eseel Lilly pre vious out In Its eharnihiK variety of In dividual waists it fashion too I 1IlIlI 111 I I to lie easily superseded Aioreover waists a trllle wanner than those I the thinnest lingerie niaterliils ore hi- j KlnnlllK to feel eomfortahle these crisp iiml mornings I KxrliHlvo waist houses and wntst de I pnrtinents of xleparlnient stores hue ready made and are innklni to order I praitleal shirt waists of Saxony linn eel lint launder an well as cotton fabrics Some oftln smartest of thesi lire stripes and cheeks on t tihI1P1I1PPkg- rl 11 fastened with mllll 1 Linn slr d pearl buttons down the front and llnlxhcd with n stltihe poeket on the Upper left skis Cashmere henrletta and nuns veil lug In soft pastel shades are again A MODISH TAFFETA MLK WAIST enormously popular These ore dainti ly rimmed with lace Inserting or bit of hand embroidery and the export needle woman who so desires may IlIIrII plainly fashioned waist adding tile lit tie smart touches In the way of hand workAn exceedingly effective waist and by the way quite Inexpensive was lunge of while nuns veiling with bunches of tucks both back nut front Iletween the tucks on either side were small head embroidered stars In a pretty shade of bine The cuffs were drop nod llnely tucked and u tucked stock with u soft blue silk tie added a becoming tlnlsh The fashion of buttoning the wnlst down the hack which seems snore popular tlmii ever admits of unary charming ways of trimming which would otherwise be Impossible Tills filet was demonstrated In a dressy white talTetn wnlst whose charm was Its novel trimming This consisted of n tiny little square In front Conned of rows of inco inserting around which and turned at the comers were kilns pieces of the silk attached successively in four rows earl piped with a sug gestion of soft blue taffeta This square yoke effect extended well down to the bust line In front giving n quite broad shouldered effect anti terminated In the hack In n short square yoke The sleeves were made with plain deep cults finished nt the top with two correspond lug bias pieces piped with blue Lingerie waists of handkerchief linen READ THIS Hopkinsville Ky June 7 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have sold your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for years and from experience I can say I have never sold any kidney and blad del remedy of superior merits Most respectively THOMAS D ARMISTEAD A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid ney and bladder toubles removes diabetes seminalemisgravel cures sion weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of LOO One small bottle is two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above mentioned Sold byall druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer I PO bux 629 office 2931 Olive Street St Louis Mot I AmlniluT xliopr rubrics vlll IM during the Mlnlor with the tailor wnrnInail for Indoor purposoi Ill Iw with these ulllc nndcrfllliifi to 1 illtlounl wnnntli slay be found rwiily made Theso are brought out In Mm 11IcntlerlhuttOur rondrrs may have any question I concerning fashion or fabric answeredby nene Povcraux the fniililon expert by 69rfadlsontamp for reply MBERSjnMen Have Likings and Aversions for Certain Digits They See in Coming and Going Many people have favorite nnm beta Out1 nun who does much truvolin liken i above nil oth era KviMv tiiiH1 hiH train stops lit n station he OOK out ciiprlv to nee if rhiM1 is u freight nv or two nlioiit hearing a number with the digit C in it If the Ei happens uumilberwshould the number be mule up entirely of is hit luiipiu+ S lasts for dugs at a time Whenever he sees one of his favorite numbers out of the window he timidly closes his eyes for fear that the next number will contain nous Another man who has u chronic case of numeral fever is distressed for blocks after he sees a No Ill or a number the sun of whose dig its is lit The pain of S9 07 85 KM 148 157 Nifi 175 is just as great as that of plain 13 and go fug by familiar houses on the street cars he learns not to look upat them if they hear figures that bring gloomy K5 into his mind This mathematician is as eager to Hud rennin kinds of figures as ho is anxious to avoid certain others Any number the sum of whose digits can be evenly divided by the nupiber of those digits will give him nut a little pleasure or- iushuHe115 will send a thrill of delight through the amateur mathematician The sum of the digits is I 2 and that divided by the number of digits 3 leaves the oven number 4 Of course the larger the num her the less chance there is for suc cess in the little game cud therefore the seriousminded man who plays it avoids so far as possible long streets where there are many digits If he must travel along such a route he nkos a look nt sev eral numbers out of the corner of Iiia eye and after he has found one mat satisfies the test he follows the custom of the out of town freight car enumerator timid tries his best to see no more numbers of any kind for the rest of Ids journey Another citizen is compelled to keep truck of the steps he takes in crossing streets front curb to curb His chief object is to cover the intervening distance In 1 fi 9 KI or any other number of steps that is buSed on the principle un youthliefours using these words instead of numbers in the process Silk satin calico rags und repenting them if necessary over and over again They survive now that he is over 30 in only one form und that is streetcrossing He will take enoughtowill run the risk of being run over by a street car or an automobile all for the sake of arriving at the other curb in silk or satin Xow und then when he is in n great hurry or is walking with some dignified friend he is obliged to reach a sidewalk In rags For several minutes afterward he is no lit companion life seems to him to be one black failure An Inspired Idiot Reuben Fields the JohnsonI county mathematician considered by many to be an idi otic wonder stopped at a hotel in a small town in Henry county recently As usual in such places there were number of drummers on handnI there was also a meeting of medical men at the plawj who headquartersOne would be quite n joke to tell Fields that some of the M Ds had con eluded to kidnap film and take lltI his brains to learn how it was heI was so good in mathematics HP was then asked by them what he was going to do about it Fluids replied I will go on without brains just like you doc dolugOak Grove Mo1 BannerF I CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Dest Couth Syrup Tastes Good Uts In time Sold by dructltti I I STRONG tlmtt fct k IrUIfr It Again L what Mrs Lucy StovaUofTiItonGa said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia k Cure Hundred p of other weak women art being re perfectI edy YOU may be well If you will take it h Indigestion eauiei nearly the sick ness that women have It deprives the system of nourishment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate of the whole some food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchingheartburn and stomach disordersDigests What You Eat DollU Mttll 1511 0 all all all 00INolil by X WAYNE UHIfFIN iaoisearaAn- nual Stockholders Meeting at Chicago October 18 Per sonal Attendance of In dividual Holders Desired FREE TICKET TO TilE MEETING Public notice is hereby given that the regular annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company will be held at the Companys office in Chicago Ill inois on Wednesday October 18 1905 at 12 oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said meeting there will be issued To Each Holder ofOne or More Shares of the capital stock of the Illinois Central Railroad Company as regis tered on the books of the Company at the close of business on Tuesday September 26 1905 who is offull age A TICKET ENABLING HIM OR HER TO TRAVEL FREE over the Companys lines from the station on the Illinois Central Rail road nearest to his or her registered address to- GH1GHGO and RETURN such ticket to be good for the journey to Chicago only during the Four Days Immediately Proceeding and the day of the meeting and for the return journey from Chicago on ly on the day of the meetingand the Four Days Immediately Following when properly countersigned and stamped during business hours on or before Saturday October 211905 that is to say between 900 a m and 500 p min the office of the Assistant Secretary Mr W G Bruen in Chicago Such ticket maybe obtained by any holder of stock registered as above on application in writing to the President of the Company in Chicago but each stockholder must individuallyllapply for his 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 tile nuinboi und late of such certificate No more than one person will be car ried free in respect to anyone hold ing of stock as registered on the books of the Company- A G HACKSTAFF Secy Subsjriba for THE REPUBLICAN k 4 e rt ji 11 f oe4 I Cumberland TELEPHONEI I hrrei nothing the m tler with ouslncaa I have the Cumbermyland Telephone In my icbidenie and place ol business My business baa r Increased and my wifes voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone YOUTH for good service and gentlemanly competition AIK PATE tualala 1DII1Ruov 1Lflc3Te Ohio CountyCircuit Court TFlllrkhtad JuilKe Ben IJ lIIuloAttorney Jailer Ed O IanktIUPeIDarniM Clerk Matter Com ml lonerY L Motelejr Trustee Jury Fund Oa 1 Keown Sheriff Ilaitford Deputy Sheriff C Keown Clarence Ke wn Jo H Ilobert Sam Krown 49ConrtronTeneidr tUon day In March end August and continue three weekinnd third Monday In Mny and November two week County Court J P Miller Judges M R Beg and Clerk j W1 Barney Attorney Hartford ai Curt convenes Cat Monday In each month MondaylaCourt ol Clalma Convenes tint Monday In Jat nary Tuesday alter second Monday In October Other Officers J IL Wood Surveyor Ceralro Frank Lowe Assessor Beda James UeWeeee School Superintendent Hertford Den L Dart Coroner Sulphur SpringsDamFebruary 11 F Hndion Id Ma 18 Auiruit 31 November SO 12llaylaJnoMOrahum Narrows February 28 May 2 August 29 November IX f T A Evans Pordsvlllo Jannary IAMay7- August 27 November 6 J A lucks llolorJ February 7 May t Apg act 12 November 7- tvAlionCentertownFehruary5 May 11 Angust 24 November p MayaAogaet26STortfor Fcllcv Court 1 Jno D Wllion Judge C K Smith C1tyAt torney H r llarnett Marshal Court con Tones second Monday In eachmontb I5 liCrlouB S rvlcil E Church South Services third Sunday each month at 11 am and 7 p m and econ Sunday at 7 pm Prayer meeting every Wednes day evening 11evWT1M111e4Pato- rDaptlatChurchSerrlceheid Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening ne3UBurnett pastor C P Church Services first Sunday in each month at 11 e m and 7 pm Rev J D liar nod pastor School Trustees Hartford Jas P Miller J Olenn S T Stevens D M locker JUI Car son Jon C Riley City Council Iloiran Holbrook Mayor R A Anderson perk Drr Wedding W 8 Tins ey A C Taylor M L HeavrlnT J Morton Councilmen a- BcrtBoeltitnA 0 D W meets first and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 8115 F A A Masons firs Monday night In each month Hartford Tent No 90 Knights of the Macco bees every Thursday night Rough KlverLodgeNo UOKnlghtsotPy thl meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Pot No 4 a A R hold reg ular meetings Saturday beforeflrst Sundayln each month write for out COP pUrObtalnedOrnoee betore or Wo obtain PATEN S THAT PAY and help Inventors to success Send model photo we send IMMEDIAT FREE REPORT ON PAT NTABILITV 20 years1 practice Eegts tered Patent Lawyers come to us at B05S07 7th St WASHINGTON D Ci OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing Machine We can offer ex ceptional induce ments to someone who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker ca pableof development into a permanent and profitable businessWRITE AT ONCE WheclerS Wilson Mfg to 72 and 74 Wabash Ave t CmCAG- Oi a a T f t I E P BARNES BRO I I tWeagain remind you through this medium of our existence And as we are about to pass from the fall season to the winter months new dej li mands must be met We congratulate ourselves on the volume of our fall business and to our many friends we are truly grateful We now take great pleasure in announcing our readiness to supply everybody with their winter wearables and all other necessities Our preparation has been c greater than ever and we must have more customers than ever and right here we mean what we say There is no man or woman who will look throughour stock unprejudicedwho consider both quality and price that will notgive us his or her business We have the merchandise Wes I make the price the same to everybody We want you for our customer We arc confident you will be pleased with our goods our prices and our service Come in and let the goods and prices talk to you a few moments Dress Goods We want to say with referonco to our Dress Goods Waist and Trimmings we have never shown in all our yeas GoodsDress Goods business can be found in this section l Z now Plaids for Suits and Waists in Silk Wool and Silk allJWool and in the mercerized Fabrics yardwide Taflatas tBlacks Changeables and solid colors yardwide and the new Moire Silks in all colors If you are interested in fine Dress Goods Silks ni Trimmings we1 can serve you to a queens taste II Millinery Miss Merrie King is still in charge of this department Hartford From Japan Manchuria ami 1121 true needs no She managed this de partment several seasons very successfully and we believe more customers than any trimmers in this Our stock been selected with style and the paramount consideration and we have placed the one low Price on each hat and every article of trimmings If hat is what you are looking will make ter riblo mistake if you miss seeing our line t 10 iV Shoes Shoes L To give you anvthing like definite idea of the Shoes cT we carry would take volume of at least one hundred 27 r V is 1 from ral as a has 1 she has I has as aa I a a pages So you can only judge this stock by seeing and we are ready to show you line of Shoes in the Green River Territory Wo want to call your attention to our line of liens line Shoes at sa50 and 4 a pair f Perfection line of 250 and 3 Our Priesmoyo line of Ladies fine Shoes 150 2 250 and 3 a pair Our everyday goods for men boys and ladies are of the materials that can be procured and every pair we recommend to you will give you satisfaction Wear eI Edlens Honest Make Shoes Made in Jreedmon Box c Too and Seamless Ball All sold for 225 a pair Mens Cuts 82 to 125 a pair Honest Make Boots 3 C 50 a pair Rubber Boots and Over Shoes sizes in dillerent style Buy your Shoes of E P Barnes Bro and Shoe buying will be easy s i I FRIDAY OCTOBER THE LATEST NEWS Gathered Various Sources Over the The demobilization of the vvnfn Manchuria progressing n nom 111 vablishmunt of n4 alJIl1ty mer comment for pleased section quality foiyou it through the strongest specially King Quality Our best wearing High for all S several 1a business I Admiral Togo was given a notable reception in Tokio on the occasion of his public entry into the capitol i where he went to report to the Em peror the return of his fleet from the war The present year has been are cordbreaker for Louisville as re gards the holding of conventions of all kinds It is estimated that 250 1 000 strangers have visited the city in the last ten months j I A motion for affirmance was made Underwear For all sixes all ages and all condition The cold weath er is on the way and warm Underwear you must have Wo carry the famous SET SNUG Vest and Pants for ladies Union Suits for children 25c and50c each Un ion Suits for ladies 25e SOc and 1 eachVest and Pants for ladies 25c 50c 7c and 1 each Vest and Pants for misses 25c each Mens Shirts and Drawers in quite a variety of styles and prices Wool and Cottonprices- 25c 40c 50c 75c 1 and 125 per garment boys Union Suits 25c and SOc per garment toys Shirts and Pants 25c and 50c per garment and ReadyMade Skirts or Cloak These advantages we are able to give our trade that you cant get anywhere else This coupled with the enor mous stocks we carry f makes Cloak and Skirt selections casyiand makes by far the to up to 10 up in the Hargis vs Mrs B Marcum wherein Mrs Marcum was for the murder husband was five days to The at Ky is a serious phase The West Coal refu ses longer to be and 400 men are out guards arrived in advance a of r The of and Row an counties filed ask ing that the name of 3 1 This department is under the supervision of Miss Alice a practical dress who all the altera give each and ovei a fit it Skirt our store most serviceable to tho purchasing public Wo sell from 82 each up 15 each Skirts from 150 each each Furs from 75c each 750 case of James James given damages of her Appellant given reply miners strike Sturgis assuming Kentucky Company unionized Pinkerton have of nonunionminers Republicans Bath have petitions Jefferson How Ed- monds maker mall little tions neivsary to vMs perfect Cloaks trainload I oil be placed on the ticket for the Legislation instead of Thomas Berber Attorney General Hays will pass on the question today M C A Convention Fourth Annual Convention of M C A of Ohio county i It was by far the most successful Iment Harold Holbrook President I Roy Heavvin Otto Martin Ney Fos ter Grossie Williams Raymer Tins Clothing lust now wo are fitting up seen of men and boys in new Suits new Overcoats and new odd Pants Wo want to fit you up in same or all of tho same Now wo are going to ask you fqr a few moments of your time just enough of it to enable you to step in to see tho finest full Suits and Overcoats YOUR EYES EVER RESTED ON- t appeal in style and has into excellent gar ments Wo to line season Marx line These c manship und Listen Listen Wo are working andmannging in every tvay to give our customers the best goods the weatcharge in the country Wo connected ourselves with other mercantile institutions thereby increasing our buying and enabling to own goods as as any house in the State of Kentucky and we do liontbelieve that E P Barnes can do give better tier the house in this territory Remember wo Furniture 4it Buggies and anything else you us and supply all your at our mammoth store w Beaver Dam entuckY11 a5Republican CountryBrlefItems ICloaks ilY busInessI countyI and McDowell Fogle took part closing with an for the boys LouisviJIeII sion W G Archer of Owensboro adjdressesday morning all three churches were I occupied P C Dix and R T Penn at the church W G Aacher at the Cumberland Presbyterian and Sam Bedford at the Methodist In afternoon R T Penn led the boys meeting W G Archer ad- dressedr the the and Sam Bed j ford addressed tho men theCourt I House The union services at night Every now laud cut Fabric gone z2 these Ihave our this Hart Schafer it of fine Suits t Suits for material work can 1not bo excelled 1 for price have facilities us our low estly Bro and values price than any carry Stoves Wag ons need Bring your Produce wants a ley Baptist the ladles at added style were in charge of Herny E Rose Oar Monday night sixtyfive men and boys attended the banquet The address of welcome was delivered by Mrs J S Glenn and Mr G B Likens acted as toastmaster and af lifollowingPenn Our BoysR Holbrook Effects of Enviroment Judge J 3 Glenn The Criminal W H FigureIIin TheSituationW