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FT Y QtJ atfr tpttblicau I IFine Job Work a Specialty HU IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a YearII VTOL XIX nd HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 3 1906 No3 I MAMMOTH THE GREAT CAVE tWas Discovered By Early Hunters by Accident One Hundred and Fifty Miles of Underground Scenery To Be Seen Almost a century ago a hunter chased a wounded bear into a giant hole in the ground and thus simply was the Greatest Natural Wonder of the World discovered Mammoth Cave Mammoth it is indeed be yond the wildest conception of cred ulity and no pne who enters this cavernous continent so to speak ever fails upon his exit to proclaim it the grandest wonder of the universe History does not condescend II Yo definite details and the precisely curious may never know just how far the pioneer hunter followed old bruin into the monster caveprob ably not further than daylight pene trated it but let us endeavor to im agine something akin to his conster nation over the discovery if we can No doubt to the day of his demise he proclaimed his marvelous find and the visiting world has ever since been endeavoring to impress upon the incredulous the inconceivable tent and weird grandeur of the Kentucky catacomb For who that lives through childhood does not hear of the Mammoth Cave in prose poetry or song And yet how im perfectly Americans comprehend that in it all the other wonders of the world are combined We have anticipated It since our school days and yet what an ignoramus we are I upon the subject when asked what we know about itI Can you gras- p4hat the Mammoth Cave is one Hun and fifty miles of underground scenery more varied and fantastic thap any on the outer earth not even excepting Niagara Falls which is a pigmy In comparison I Such is the Cave seen by one of the editors of Tim REPUBLICAN last week while out with the press gang An idea of the wide distribution of the people who visit the Cave willibe noted by referring to the crowd led by Guide Wm Bransford last Satur day morning It was made up as follows Mr W B Cox wife and daughter of Bowling Green Ky Miss Artnie Belle Carroll Atlanta Ga Mrs W J Gouch Miss Nellie Gouch Misses Lena and Sarah Doug las Miss Belle Barten Mrs Jennie Atkerson and C Travelstead Frank lin Ky Mr E L Ranney Hills dale Michigan Mr W C Gill Cincinnati Ohio Mr A E Shaw Philadelphia Pa Mr S S Weart Canton Ohio Messrs Frank and Myrtle Faught Owensboro Ky Mr Walter Glaze Birmingham Ala Mr Matthew II Gaetz Lou isville Ky Mr W S Hudson i Barbourville Ky Mr R It Perry Winchester Ky Mr M J McCarthy Maysville Ky Mr G F Friel Ashland Ky Miss Leslie Thompson Cincinnati Ohio and C E Smith and wife of Hartford Ky Besides its almost inconceivable immensity the following are the most important features as pointed out to the party by the guidenamed in the order in which we saw them Olives Bower The Cork Screw which is u winding passway from one route to the other 260 feet long Pipes and vats used in making salt peter in 1812 Room used for Meth odist church by the saltpeter manu facturers in 1812 Ox and cart tracks in the limestone rock made there in 1812 while making saltpeter Booths Theater A splendid likeness of a dressed turkey of stalactite rock Register Hall Pillar of Hercules Bridal Altar where thirteen marri ages have been solomnized Perfect likeness of hornet nests formed of limestone rock An exact resemblence of a mans head formed of rock Old Ar arm chair where Jennie Lynn rested when she visited theCave Eleph- antsjheads Lovers Leap Water clock ticks withptrikingregplpcty- but not visible Giants cofon Houses of stone built in 1840 for consumpt ives to live in Star chamber where the visitor is enabled to see a por tion of the star set Heavens Rich ards Spring 250 feet beneath the surface of the earth Bottomless pit and a perfect likeness of Martha Washington termed Martha Wash ingtons Statue produced by light in connection with two curves in the cave walls It is indeed a wonder and its vast ness cannot in the least degree be conceived without personal observa tion ofit Notice- I have received the Auditors cer tificate of the taxes of Ohio county and am ready to collect same Un der the new revenue law enacted by the recent Legislature I will be compelled to have all taxes collected at an earlier date than ever before so have the money ready to settle at first call R B MARTIN Sheriff Ohio Co NEGROS LOVE For White Girl and Elopement With Her Gets Him Into a Deal of Trouble Mention of tOe elopement of Henry Claytor of color with Miss Ora Gar diner from Irvington Breckenridge county appeared in these columns last week but further developments show such an unnatural feeling between the mulatto and white girl that wq report thc pjory of the court ship between l The elppement whir one of the most sensational that over occurred in this part of the State took place at Irvington a week ago Sunday and resulted in the arrest of the lover in Chicago fast Monday andthelodg ment of the negro in jail to await trial on a charge of abduction which provides for from ten to twenty years in penitentiaryThe strange affair runs through a carefully conducted flirtation between the pretty sixteen yearold hotel waitress Ora Gardiner and Henry Claytor a negro youth of that place The flirtation started by their waving their handkerchiefs at eachother as the negro passed the hntel Many love letters passed between the pair but of the number only one remains and that is filled with pas sionate rind tender phrases from the girl to the negro telling him of her great love for him So careful were they in the exchange of love notes and their meetings that no one in Irvington suspected that the well dressed mulatto and the waitress ever had anything in cbmmon At a preconcerted time the young girl pretending that she was going to visit her uncle at Howardstown boarded the train where she joined the mulatto and they left for Chi cago On arriving in that city they attempted to procure marriage II cense but were denied on account of the girls age The negro is a tall brown mulatto and would weigh about 170 pounds On the way from Louisville yesterday morning he told Mr Baird that he had been calling on the girl for about two years often climbing a ladder to her window after night when he made love to her in her room at the hotel The girl has been taken to Ste phensville to her father who says he will put her in a reform school until she becomes of age- Bridegroom Killed Bessemer City N C Aug I- This morning while Will Brown who was married about half an hour be fore Was standing at the depqt with his bride and friends preparatory to starting on his wedding trip he waS shot and instantly killed by J Y Kincaid Five shots were fired in quick succession aid Brown fell dead at the feet of his bride Kin caid was arrested Jealousy is sup posed to have been the cause of the crime For Sale 500 bushels of old corn Apply to R A Anderson Hartford Ky 44 IN FIFTY MINUTES Was Allen Mathias Tried and Hanged AssaultedEthel McLane on the Road One Week Before the Execution Mayfield Ky July 31Special Allen Mathis the negro assailant of Miss Ethel McLane was hanged here tonight at 8 oclock- It was just fifty minutes from the time the jury took the oath until the trap door fell and the negro was pronounced dead He had been kept in the Louisville jail for safe keeping until Tuesday at 12 oclock when he was put on the fast train from Louisville to Mayfield The prisoner was taken off at the rear end of the train by the Deputy Sheriffs who had gone to Louisville after him and was surrounded by soldiersMathis carried upstairs in the big court room before Judge Bugg who was in readiness and at 715 oclock the jury had been selected and sworn in The Judge then ask ed the negro if he had anything to sayHe said I want someone to pray for me The court appointed W S Foy one of the local attorneys to represent the defendant and after a minute or two of consultation it was agreed that Mathis should plead guiltyWhen the Jydge asked him Guil ty or not guilty he responded guiltyThe were ordered to their room and after being out twenty minutes they returned with a ver dict of guilty fixing punishment deathThe court then paSsedsentence and ordered that Mathis should be taken to the jail and executed at onceWhen the place of execution was reached the condemned man was asked if he had anything further to say He shook his head and in three minutes after his arrival on thescaf fold a Deputy Sheriff sprang the trigger of the trap door and in one minute life was pronouncedextinct His neck was broken on the first drop but he was pulled up and let down three times Hundreds of tickets had been is sued to the hanging before the ne- gro arrived Mathis on last Wednesday crimin ally assaulted Miss Ethel McLane at a lonely spot on the Illinois Central railroad about onehalf mile from here Miss McLane is an operator for the Cumberland Telephone Com pany and was on her way to her home in the outskirts of the city when assaulted Mathis dragged her over an embankment anti probably would have killed her but for the fact that her screams attracted tfye attention of a passing negro team ster who drove her assailant away Boat Party An excursion up Green River will be run the by Presbyterian church the morning of Wednesday August 8 Arrangements are being made by which it is hoped to make this the most enjoyable yet given The boat will carry a barge cap able of accommodating 200 people and will leave Rockport landing at 10 oclock the morning of August 8 returning same hour in evening Mrs J A Thomas Gone to Rest One of the friends of others days the loved companions of our mature years one by one they arc falling from our Loves Shining Circle We knew her when she was a lighthearted happy girl Can We ever forget her joyous laugh and her kindly ways We knew her as a faithful wife and loving mother er and a generous hospitable friend always anxious to give pleasure to others Now she has gonefrom us from all the pleasant walks of life which she adorned with Intelligence womaly grace and true Christian be nevolenceGently she is sleeping with patient folded hands Waiting her reward in the beautiful land The beauttiful land of rest J T McH i CENTERTOWN Aug IAlvin Rowe and wife and Mrs L C Morton have returned from their visit to the Great Lakes J J Johnson of Kansas CityMo is here visiting his daughter Mrs W C Smith Mrs Julia Davis and Mrs Nellie Miller and family of Bicknell Ind have returned to their home after spending several days here with the family of H H Davis Mrs Mollie Landrum and daugh ter Bettie of South Carrollton are visiting relatives here C K Reneer went to Render this week on business J A Reneer has accepted a position with the Central Coal Iron Company at Render Mrs Tom Carter is at home again after a weeks visit to the family of Rev H Brown near Rockport Will Hardin and T S Shacklett of Pt Pleasant were here this week on important business Eden Bishop and family have moved back to town from their farmW H Hill is erecting a new dwelling en Church St Railroad is on a boom and work is progressing rapidly- SWOLLOWED A RING In a Cave at Church Festival jnd Appendicitis is fearedf Owensboro Ky July SOMany people in Owensboro are of the belief that some six or eightyearold child in the city will soon have an appendix trouble caused by the lodgment of a gold band ring Last week at a church festival given in Owensboro a cake with a ring in it was a feature of an afternoons pro gram The ring was for a child and the children from far and near gath ered around when the cake was cut each hoping for the lucky slice which may now prove to have been unlucky The cake was cut up and distributed but no one found the ring and the children consoled themselves by eagerly workiflg on the cake When the ring was not found the ladies in charge of the occasion began a min ute search of the crumbs but were unable to find a trace of the Jewelry As several had seen the ring placed they were loath to give up thesearch until compelled to Finally they gave it up as lost and notified the jew eler who had furnished the ring and he readily gave another which was drawn for Ihe ladies who baked the cake are firmly convicted that some child swallowed the ring Call tor Wheat Growers Meeting- In Hat tford on August 4 1906 at 1 oclock p m The object of this call is in view of the fact other wheat growing sections andespecially those sections adjcining Ohiocounty are unorganized on the wheat prop osition and are turning their wheat loose at a nominal price and know ing that Ohio county growers have a crop this season combining both quality and quantity and that our millers are willing to meet us on an equitable basis and thereby keep the money in home channels and are willing to this end to pay the price of other markets with freight etc added Therefore we make the above call in justice to ourselves and all concerned Hence we urge a full attendance of all wheat grow ers of the county on the above date JOHN P FOSTER Chmn Finance fpm No Creeks Ky DUDLEY FORP Committee on Resolutions THOMAS TANNER ED BENNETT Wheat Growers Approved by DAVIp MORELAND PeB ONLY FIFTEEN DAYS Until Mammoth Cave Con test Closes Look for a Shower of Ballots and Surprises During tbe Time No More Coupons There remains only fifteeq days of our school boys contest for a free trip to the Mammoth Cave The contest has been warm but we predict that it will be warmer Of course it will continue to be a good natured con testThere has been a large number of votes received this week especially for candidates in the First and Fifth districtsThe of special coupons closes this week and those in this issue of TilE REPUBLICAN must reach us on or before Monday August 13th or they will not count Definite arrangements as to the time of going to the Cave have not been made and wont be until we learn who the winners are but the trip will be made not later than the first week in September as at first announcedCandidates may look out for surprises It is not at all improbable that many of your compititors are saving back a large number of votes for the last of the battle It is not extravagant to predict that more ngxtfifteenduring the preceding part tjje surprisesThey The standing of the various candi dates is as follows DISTRICT NO 1 Darrell Sullenger Hartford 240 Robert Davis Hartford 775 Ernest M Coleman Beaver Dam 90 Godfrey Bean Hartford 70 DISTRICT No2 Johnie Wallace Rosine I 240 DISTRICT No3 Roy Crawford Olaton 10 Bernice Neighbors Dundee 32 Palmer Loyd Narrows 5 HErbertMidkiff Magan 7 Elijah Daniel 85 Albert Baughni 57 DISTRICT No4 Roy Keown Fordsville 105 Pete Tilford Fordsville 5 Arthur Burdett Herbert 4 DISTRICT No5 Talmage Davis Beda 102 Jesse C Smith Taffy 968 Sherman ChamberlainNocreek 1206 DiSTRcr No6 John Morton Ceralvo10V- ig Morton Smallhous 60 Ben Kimmell Ceralvo 2 Frank KuykendallCentertown 4 Rowe Condit Matanzas 126 John Smith Ceralvo 30 DISTRICT No7 Carroll Smith McHenry I 213 Roy Brown McHenry 80 Orlett C Carter Rockport 23 Carl Davenport Cool Springs 4 Raymond FrandsRender 6 Rules governing the contest have been reduced to brief concise form They are as follows RULES OF CONTEST IN BRIEF The rules governing the contest are very simple Every coupon cut from the paper properly filled out and sent to the office before date of expiration counts one vote Every dollar paid on subscription whether renewal on arrears or new subscriber counts ton votes You donot have to vote for the contestant in the district in whh yoii live You can vote for anyone you please Fill in all couppnw correctly He fore sending them in If you want to send a years sub asttheand the coupon one Be sure and get the coupons in before they expire No expired coupons will be counted Continued on seventh pageIT RENDER July 31AIJ Doss assistan 0 I mine inspector was here last Wed nesdayProf L N Gray and Geo Bennett ThursdayMrfrom here to Greenville last Thurs day where the professor has charge of the Greenville school We all regret to lose them from our townbut wish them much success in their new homeC K Reneer Centertown was here last Friday Mr and Mrs R D Burton and family left for Linton Ind last Fri day to make it their future home Mrs M H Collins returned to her home at Memphis Tenn Sat urday after visiting her sister Mrs McDowell Fair for the past five weeks J H W Jones resigned his position here last Saturday as electric engin neer to accept a position at the Dovey mines as engine man We wish him much success with his new position Hon H P Taylor and son John Hartford were here last Saturday Simon Jones went to Louisvile last Saturday Miss Ida Mae Henry has returned to her home in Louisville after visit putftveweThos Gwyn returned from Herrin Ill last Sunday after an absence of four weeks Len McGavock Cloverport was here yesterday Mr and Mrs Jno S Spence and Dr H B Innis were in Hartford yesterday Jno W Carter of Matanzas was jayJasTftpeer Centertown was here todayMrs W H Stanley Herrin 111 is the guest of her sister Mrs Vilos Peters SliOt FOR A FOX Was a Union County Mil by His Companion Who Kill ed Him r Morganfield Ky July 30Rob ert R Crabtree a prominent merchant of this city and one of the wealthiest men in Union countylScj cihentally shot and killed GilmM Thompson of Sturgis while theyt were hunting about fourinilesfromj tk f Morganfield near Calebiate Springs this afternoon The men had been squirrel hunt ing all day and were on their way home and passing through a thick woods when the accident occurred In scouring the woods for game they had separated and were about thirty feet apart when the fatal shot was fired Crabtree thought that Thompson was behind him and when he got a glimpse of him through the under brush mistook him for a fox and fir ed at him with a rifle sending a ball through his head- Thompson called out and when Crabtree ran to the spot the wound ed man said I know that you could not help itand expired Crabtree was exonerated of all blame by the coroners jury Thompson was about forty five years of age and well known in sturgis business circles 0 Marriage License The following license to wed have beanissucd since last Friday Ivan Porter Owensboro age 20 to Ethel Bean Hartford age 18 John Drury Fordsville age 23 to Dollie OllerFordsville age 24 OJlie Young Narrows age 26 to Nellie Bratcher Narrows age 14 Charlie Sealf Coffman age 23 to Callie HeathCoffmonago 21 C M Grant Shreve age 21 to Myrtle Schneider Dundee age 19 Moss and Thompson Plasterers and contractors satisfaction guaranteed Phone 29 or Beaver Dam Plaining Mill Cogs l O iDs KNd Y Htn lhnts HfUtUt if J I YINELESS POTATOES Vfltfe Sam Excludes the Adver tising From the Mails Tda use of the United States mails Jln1ecn withdrawn from the Vine l Potato company of Chicago and from W D Darst its manager Dait said in one of his ads Xjaelcss potatoes grow in bins ahsve ground in sixty days at a cost not to exceed 9 cents per bushel Wit3 tubers selling at 1 a bushel y anvi VaiiKis farmer could calculate in tree shakes of a lambs tail how rickht could become in six months will a ton of sawdust and a couple of bottles of potatoes Ong bin 10 feet wide 5 feet high and If91 feet long was guaranteed n grow 330 bushels a season because the potatoes it was explained did not have to lose time taking nutri runt horn a potatine They could fret tin a twinkling from potatine The only directions were that the binsshould be built north and south and that the sawdust should be kept constantly soaked in tepiJ water Potatinc was found on analysis tube a low grade of sulphide of potash The quantity sold by Darst for 450 fan be produced for 25 cents A Remarkable Spring One of the most remarkable springs in the world says J A Ed iy in the Engineering and Mining Joarnal has recently been discover 9 2ihNev Mexico It is literally a airjjg saturated with sodium sul phate Distilled water weighs 8J pccnds per gallon the water of this apaiup weighs 103 pounds The teiKperature of the spring is a little over 110 degrees Fahrenheit As the saturated liquid overflows and cooTs it forms a crystalline mass like ke whvh in the course of ages has sprout into a snowwhite bed of sodium raits miles in extent and as t level as a lake The warm brine Mr Eddy reports is inhabited by a aiituit shrimplike organism and a species of plant is found growing in the dry expanse of sodium sulphate A ttrordof truth in a few words Nearly ttJ other cough cures are eon9tii rtititf especially those con tainfrig opiates Kennedys Laxa- tiveHnney and Tar moves the bowels Contains no opiates You can net it at Z Wayne Gritlin Bro Fiesta of tiii Virgin of Anticolo- v riil at Antipolo about G p m ton one of the dozens of trains which run daily from Manila to that place where during the month of May the Viesta t t tho holy Virgin of Antipolo s1 held with all the rites and ceremo nit to which the Virgin is thought U be entitled As Left the train and picked my vay toward the place of worship it xminded me of going down the bile at St Louis or up the Mid a av plaisance at Chicago in 1893IAntipolo is about jnites east of Manila It is not a- xxy large town in itself but during the month of the Virgin is draws vest of the notice population from Manila and the small towns around uf which there are not a few The rued from Taytay and Teresa about Svc miles on either side are litterlY Inteii with people of all stations of litV some ride omj walk yet other ore ueirg carried while to one side U t M infrequent you will find the upland lame creeping toward the if shrine as entered the gate I oberved ttl w my right wasa small market hi A emote corner of which was a- very humble stead in fact all were i humble but this one a little more so iUtanaggr was a native girl nu IAJ l years oldste only arti i t fir tie she had in store was native iiirnretto and a few bottles rAvr chile I was standing thinking what ti plae is and what it might Ct SL 1IIl touched my coow and tiilv turning about I saw by tf1I Bidf k voing gentleman from Qaio ka titIatls told me after- xxt hvl marl himself known to the LUff v iel if I land lung been in HiniwKt und vhitlior or not I h JouhHI the biiiiujss like moth r3 at the place 1 told him that I j 4 1M iiitanawers to both his qucs- Lds he illustrated in the follow IiI uiiier lie said to the girl in TiII agt of the notions Senorita iiUuujrive me a package of cigar jtif She did so and my companion f warur r a a o Y dollar No g- ote6t as replied as she handed r rv k rt1TCtiCF0 e r r ttJrtrt1rtf t TilE RAT MAJESTIC RANGE i Maj sntC i Lr icILY SATISF1ED = d = 15gallons ol water heated to the point of lboiling while breakfast is cooking When water gets too hot reservoir ju rIhe r1c 1Vd a4C1 r Jf JVdJa JL JV VV JVf i r the coin back to the would be purchaser He gave back the cigar ettes and as we turned to go he said never smoke but only wanted to show you she had no change even for such a small sum He did the same at about half a dozen place with the same result when we left the place he said that he doubted if there was three dollars in the market He afterwards explained that this was a place where only the poor class of notices did their buying The town was lined with booths which contained all kinds of Httrac tractions for the native eye from a cock fight to a dog and poney show Everything was gay with no thought of tomorrow The school house was given over to gambling in whichall kind of games of chance could be found Perhaps it was not the Vrgin after allbut the modern Monte Carlo that caused the natives to play tru ant and chase whatever willothe wisp his fancy might catch for him LON K MlBURN Deafness Cannot Bo Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portions of the ear There is only one way to cure i deafness and that is by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachin Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the re suit and unless the inflammation destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh is nothing but at inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give one hundred dollars for anti case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for cir culars free F CHENEY Toledo 0 Sold by all druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Big Swccdish Steamer The greatest steamer eves built in aSweedishs yard was launched at Gothenburg a few days ago and named the Lapplun1 She is intend ed exclusively for the transport of ore tier carr ing capacity is JK500 tons and speed nine knotts Will Explore the Upper Arizona Dr W C Farbeoof the anthrop logical department of Harvard university with three students will next year conduct a research cxpdi tion about the headwaters of the Amazon For a time a base will be established at Arequipa Peru The party will be gone three years r Where pressure water Is used this malleable Iron pinextension water front which has more heating surface than any other supplies abundance E ol hot water to lall parts of the house It takes the place of reservoir w r J a 7 J c e I e a J I I I y u NEST IN Bantam Hollows Out VcRCic le and Deposits Twelve EKES Therein Hopkinsvllle Ky July J3A small bantam hen belonging to Rob ert Green a merchant of this city doubtless holds the record for n sting in the most unique place ever re portedThis hen evidently desired some thing out of the ordinary going into the garden she selected the largest cucumber she could find which by the way was an unusually large one and after pecking out the inside and leaving only the rind she proceeded to build her nest and lay her eggs The family soon became aware that the hen was laying but all efforts to locate the place failed Then the strange nesting place was discovered after the hen had deposit ed twelve eggs in th cucumber and had gone regularly to setting Welcomes the Challenge The prosperous Democratic mer chant farmer and manufacturer is not making any demand for Tariff revision The cry of the Democratic l olititcian and ofliceseeker for Tar iff revision is swelled with the cry of those who want the Tariff changed to benefit their locality or their especial interests at the expense of the rest of those interested through out the country The G 01 welcomes the old Tariff challenge of the Democracy at any time Conditions are ripe very ripe for a great Re publican triumph on that issue The people need no object lesson to cause them to appreciate the Protective Tariff The great majority of busiI tress men of this cjuntiy the mer chants manufacturers farmers and oorkin men who experienced the panicky times of 18t2 to 1S90 under Mr Cleveland and the WilsonGor man law are still living and that memory remains with them fresh and vivid No Use For Gelatine It wall not long ago discovered that by means of I simple chemical treatment ordinary gelatine can be solidified In this form it resembles celluloid but is not inflammable and ifc therefore not dangerous to celluloid is It can be colored spot till and streaked as desired so as to imitate tortoiseshell coral mother ofpearl and other natural products Ignition of Zinc Dust to a recent article in German pa l CoBingIhamton For gale Only By E iREAVER J Visit Our jg STOVE DEPARTMENTY- ou iare heartily invited to call today and inspect the most wonderful cooking apparatus in the tr worldmade almost indcstructable made of malleable and charcoal iron The MAJESTIC he ing tlc only Stove made of malleable and charcoal 3 iron you can readily see that if quality is consid ered the MAJESTIC is in class all alone We want you to call if you intend to buy or not as the information gained will serve you in they future The time will come when you will buy a MAJESTIC I Full Line of 0 1C Cooking Stoves Carried in Stock i Jf rqc4 744a a1 ra itsIwhich J CUCUMBER S so n per Herr Paul Speier shows that the the spontaneous ignitation of zinc dust is out of the question when the material is properly packed Wetting of the material is also without danger Ignition and explosion can only occurr in the presence of air The matter is of sonic importance in as much tan nnrfPr3 sometimes metal andta tjiiucr mcs have stringent regulations with respect to it OASTOaABean taeihaKind Yoj taj Alan BrjjM Bigmtaie 1I or IU vI Wonderful Measurment- At the beaurean of standards in Washington there js exhibited a pendulum instrument intended to record the slightest tilts and pulsa tions of the earth It is claimed for this instument that it renders observable a tilt of less than one threehunndreth of a secondof arc In other words if a plane surface were tipped up only so little that the rise would amount to a single inch in a thousand miles this instrument would reveral the tilting H DO YOU GET UP l WITH A LAME BACK MIserableIcures made by Dr k Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver t remedyIt cal triumph cf the W tserth century dls f covered after years of fi scientific research by Q Dr Kilmer the eml kidney and blad der specialist and Is curinglamebios and Brlghts Disease which Is the vorst corm of kidney trouble Dr Kilners SwampRoot U not rec ommRidej for everything but If you have kid liver or bladder trouble It will be found lestedII chase tallcf and has proved so successful In eycr rase that a special arrangement has i bees madc by which all readers of this paper- who have not already tried tt nay have a sample bottle sent free by mall aso a book tolling mere about SvarnpRoot ard how to find out if have kidney or biaddcr trouble When writine mention reading this genorous offer in this piper and a nine sent you regular fitly cent and tome oC SwampRooc druggistsDont KllmsrsSwampRoot NY on every bottle HE CAME DOWN WITH A HEAVY STEP BATS GIVEN SIXTH SENSE Creaturesj Their Eyes IIf you blind a bat sold a i biologist till creature WHIIO dhow will still set If van doubt this MtllHIlIt IXVV- I I Levy the great authority once removed the IX H of Kcrcral bats and rovcrod tin vacant HiHketH with leather patches In thiH condition the tunes How alxMit the room avoiding tin walls and corners and when a door was opened they Hew out of it without touching till jamb or till frameAfterward in flying through a sewer that anode a right anglo the bats turned at tins proper point without brushing tl walls and they How through threads susK ndcd from the coil lug without touching them thought between the1 threads there wan only an intcrrnl such clout for their pasmigo with spread pinions hauls living in the ilmk have toad their eyes almost useless and have dovolojMd a sixth NOIISO I that takes the place of ycwiyht ISouthern Tariff Sentiment who was nominated Thursday for governor by the Re publicans of Tennessee is not un known to Iowans He spoke in Grimes Hall Burlington several years ago and made a favorable im pression as an able debater and at I tractive orator Ho is a man of a good deal of force of character and will undoubtedly make a lively cam I paign The Republicans of Ten I nessee and north Carolina are organizing for strange campaigns and are I y REAL ESTATE If you have a farm town lot dwelling or any other Real Estate for saute list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All yr have to do is to list with us Note These Bargains Splendid two story dwelling with seven rooms new two wide halls on Union Street Hartford situated on lot J acre All out buildings mud good water Price reasonable One Farm four miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point theJaredsisting of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling tint young orchard best of water good small barn n- at a bargain JOJ acres near White Run adjacent to the I C R K half Caney Creek bottoms all cleared good orchard two good wells price reasonable a bargain for some one further infor mation furnished on application 100 acres 1 mile from the Court House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultiva goolldwellinfour wells price reasonable terms easy any further information furnished on application I A twenty acre tract two miles North from Hartford on the Owens boro and Hartford road within excellentiI dwelling and a fine well of water A bargain at 1500 IList your property with us We will find a buye- rBHRflETT I SMITH Republican Office Hartford Ky i i r 04 4not without hopes of success due in part to Democratic dissentions in those States and in part to a growing Protective Tariff sentiment in the SouthA century ago Tennessee and North Carolina were Whig States and the inherited Protective Tariff beliefs have been reinforced by fa DingleylawIowa revisionists to convince either Tennesseeans or North Carolians that the time has come to scale down customs schedules to let in foreign merchandise which those States are now producing r h SHORTAGE IN CARS Is Reported fly the Railroads All Over the Coun try TIll usual nhurtuKo in the freigth ear supply which is experienced by nearly every railroad in the country when tho now crops are being moved is liejrinnitiK to he felt by the 10 eul railroads tIS well as by nil others No prospect it was said by railroad men yesterday of any relief in the situation lire seen and it in expected that the stringency will continue all through the summer and fall and iol1agnin when the Christmas trade coTnes in The ears are worn out or broken or the demand increases fast er than the shop can turn but new onus The shortage itself operates against the manufacture of more The experience of one agent was told yesterday as an illustration He hunted all through the railroad cen ters of the South for cars and at length got the promise of several as Hood as they were unloaded He shipped them ti Macon Ga to be loaded with lumber for his car shops but when ho went down to superintend the loading ho met the same cars coming up already foaded with stone other fellows lumber The demand for so many cars at local shipping points takes the surplus supply away from the large shipping centers and the subsequent shortage handicaps the shippers in the big enters There is nothing so pleasant as that bright cheerful at peace with the world feeling when you sit down to your breakfast Where is nothing so conductive to good work and rood results The healthy man with a healthy mind and body is a better fellow a better workman n better citizen than the man or wom an who is handicapped by some disability however slight A slight disorder of the stomach will derange your body your thoughts and your disposition Get away from the morbidness and the blues Keep your stomach in tune anti both your brain and body will respond Little indiscretions of overeating can be easily corrected and you will be surprised to see how much better nnui you are Try a little Kodol For DyspejMjia after your meals Sold by Z Wayne Grillin Uro rq1 Volcanic Dust Wide wore the wanderings of the volcanic dust thrown up by Vesuvi us in its April fury Its presence has uow been traced in nearly every country of Europe traversing the whale length of the continent from the straits of Messina to the Skag gorach The latest report comes from Holsteio were Prof Lieute during a high wind from the South on April U and 15 collected from his own vnrnnda undoubted upon moiis ofyullowish volcanic ash Mi croscope examination revealed the presence of Incite aregite and mag netic iron The presence of leucite and the complete absence of quartz which lies spread over tho whole of northern Germany excludes all doubt IlJi to the origin of the dust u Pro Tyler of Amherst college said recently A man can live comfortably without brains no irian jfwcr existed without a digtstlve s tern The dyspeptic has neither faith hope or charity Day by day people realize the importance of curing for their digestion realize the need of the use of a little corrective after overetyig A correc tive like Kodol for Dyspepsia It digests what you eat Sold by Z Wayne Grillin UroIHunting Diamonds- A press telegram from Winnipeg Canada says Six prospectors from Philadelphia are now on their way north under the guidance of a halfbreed Indian seeking the rich diamond fields said to exist somewhere in that unkown hcountry A wellknown Philadelphia capitalist is financing the party and feels confident of success as he claims to have expert advice regarding the location of the supposed dia mond fields The party went as far as possible by rail and then started for the Mooso river country on snowshoes and with dog train For years past diamonds of varying size fond quality have been found in the central portion of Canada es pecially in the Rainy river district 4 4an1 geologists claim thatsomewhere in north an immense diamond rF Is Disease a Crime hItill wrliir 1Irlfll In Miliitancr that all tllsonw should le nwinloil us erlmliml Certain Is Unit much of tho rirkniM anil MilTcrlni of mankind la duo to the vlolntluii of certain of NnttirnV laws lint to say Unit nil nkkncss should Ito riKirdcd in criminal must iipixal to avery ronsoiialiln Individual us radically wrung It world Uv ImrOi unsympathetic cninl yes r lnlnil to condemn tint purr wniiK ovi rorkitl hoiisrwlfn who Milk utiilcr tnvv load of household faros and liunlni + mid suffers Iron weak lieusc various dliplurements of hllJ I lKcuJlartoJrwiuoni brltik of chlUlron with Its PX Irllnir ilvmaniN oln Ilin system cuuiilnlI with HID euro worry nnil lalor of marine a Unre family I + often tho rmisu of weak W MM ilrmiiirmniiitH and liability which aNI tLruvnlr l liy the ninny liouttlioM rmv + end Iho hard mil iiivcrrmlliiir work which I Hit innllirr l + railed uiun to tivrfurni Dr Ilenv tli taker of Hint norhlfanieil tern iily for woman iiniillar wcukmtsc oll- d1I1lIr Iliivtis Invorlle Irvsvrlittlon says thatuiKMif tln lit tit et uliMBilivi tiitlinmru ut thli rluwi of mnlmlliii Nlhc fact that Ihu l x r ovitworkiil housowlfc ran not get the mtilMl ret tUrn her mane hoiiMhiihl ran and HlH r to rimMc her to uTiirn from Ihu ItI0 s fallshocurdYhhvrnlon anti 1tII11I1I of the uterus or oreaoaIhamnhutntheir feet All henry llttlmr nr stralntiiK of my klml shiiuhl a I M U avolihil As much lut dir air as ps lhlc with moderate Illlit uxirrlM1 I + nlMi yen lmi irlnnt It the FarurIt Dr Ilenos Medical Adviser Is FoOntfrc on receipt of ktimiK to pnv i xtiriisO of PhrroIureholdhrllereoPliaahtIelltainvigoratea- nd Mntnavh liver and bowels I bed exists which will make the lucky discoverer n millionaire several times over Dr G F Kunz mineralo gist for Tiffany Co of New York explains that many hundreds of years ago two glaciers descended from the north carrying diamonds from a source yet undiscovered and it is this diamond field for which the Philadelphia party is searching In this state it is not necessary to server five days notice for eviction of a cold Use the original laxative cough syrup Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar No opiates Sold hyZ Wayne Grillin Bra Explortion In Asia An interesting vwion of explora ton in central Asia is being under taken under the auspicies of the French geographical society The object is to excavate the ruins of the j country beyond Tibet with a view to laying bare the traces and evi dences which can throw light upon the ancient civilization which one flourished there This mission has been intrusted to a comparitively young man Hisnnmc is M Peliot and he is professor of Chinese at Hanoi During the Boxer outbreak I of 1900 M Peliot was in Pekin and went through thesiege of the lega tions distinguished himself by sev erac acts of a valor GospolI Ga of says of Electric Bitters Its a Godsend to mankind It cured me comI weak it took me half an hour to walk a mile Two bottles of Electric Bitters have made mo so strong I have just walked three miles in 50 minutes and feel like walking three more Its made a new man of me Greatest remedy for weakness and all Stomach Liver and Kidney complaints Sold under guarantee at 17 Wayne Griffin Bros Drug- Store Price 50c Against Torpedoes It is at last definitely settled that the six new battleships decided upon by the French government to rival the Dreadnaught are to have permanent protection of a special kind against torpedoes M Bertin chief costruction engineer to the French fleet has made the announcement to the academy of sciences The pro tection is to consist of internal ar mordepth below the water line But nothing very heroic is claimed for the system The most expected is that a battle ship even badly hit by a torpedo can be kept afloat Why does the sun burn Why does n mosquito sting Why do we feel unhappy in the Good Old Sum mer Time Answer we dont We use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve and these little ills dont bother us Learn to look for the name on the box to get the genuine Sold by ZI Wayne Griffin Bro I j dlIalUI 8 m the ASTOE1XAI21 A 4 n I LOST TEN YEARS Found in Death Was John Cald Who Was Killed at Iwell I Sulphur Springs- Lost to his fatally for ten yoars the body of John Caldwell who wa killed three weeks ago by a falling tree at Sulphur Springs near Nat rows was found by means of an I IndianII NmrnwsIcommunicative and told nothing o employerjana and whenthe accident occurred a notice was published in several In dianapapers in the hope that it might be read by some of CaldwelPs rela tives In this he was IcwmledIFriday a sister of the dead man came to Narrows from New Albany She had the body disinterred tin recognized it as that of her brother from whom the family had heard j nothing for the past ten years SheII wept inconsolably beside it It was again interred but the sister stated I that she willas soon as arrange i meats can be made have it removed to the family lot in the New Albany cemetery The Yellow Fever Germ I has recently been discovered It i bears a close resemblance to the ma laria germ To free the system i from disease germs the most elFect I ive remedy is Dr Kings New Pills Guaranteed to cure all disI eased due to malaria poison and cos j stipatton 25c nt Z Wayne 8 Bros Drug Store Historic Relic Unearthed At Woodtwvy N J Howard WilJ son one of the men employed by Contractor Schellinger ut the Red Bank batte monument site struck a hard substance 2J feet below the surface and summoning help un earthed a G foot cannon 700 pounds The cannon isweighingI lish nuke smooth 4inch has five ribs There are on it but they cun not be listing I I uished It was probably used lathIfamous battle at this point in It lay within only a few feet of the battle monument site Chairman Albright of the menu ment commission will have it mounted and placed on exhibition on 7un 21 dedication day- Frightfully Burned I Chas W Moore a machinist of Fonl City Ia1mI1 his hand fright fully burned in an electrical furnace He applied Bucklens Arnica SalvoI with the usual result a quick and Ikrfect cure Greatest healer on earth for Burns Wounds Sores Eczema and Piles 2oc at Z Wayne I Griffin 8 Bros Druggists to Donkey Riding Ilicense of Clacton a lead big British seaside resort grant license for donkey riding only on the stipulation that the owners of the donkeys dont beat the animals or use any bad language Dont drag along with a dull bil lions heavy feeling You need a pill Use DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills Do not sicken or gripe but results are sure Sold byZ Wayne Griffin 8- Bro Soundless Whispers- All the farflung islands of the Pacific will shortly be bound together with the invisible chains of wireless telegraphy writes J Mayne Baltimore in Technical World Magazine From tall towers already standing on the top of a California mountain ah electric current of un precedented voltage will flash signals which may bo heard not only in Hawaii and faroff Samoa but even on the eastern shores of Japan and Philippines while at the same time ships moving like antoms across the face of the waters may keep in con IBack SCOTTS wont mike a hump tuck straight neither will It maker amongthe a short leg long but It feeds soft bone I rickets and bone consumption Send for frte mllie SCOTT R BOWNE ChmUtt 40941 jPearl Strett New YorkI50C ndJioo lldraggUu d d stunt tjUh with land RisiiK iiiii feet into the air the two great towers have just Leon placed in ijtion on the very crest of Jrloui Tainalapis in Martin county CuiIut twelve miles on an air lin girth of Sun Francisco Those tw gigantic towers were con structcdand hoisted into position by corntion with its great oriental and Pa systema I of the towers arc 2000i feet abvv sealevel and are only a few mis from the ocean From breakersfI1IlS towers j feet atl they can be distinctly seen for a ri s of fifteen miles in clear weathe1 Perhaps there are no tall er wiiview towers in the world and certainly none occupying so lofty positior tlvesea level al usedn aILuckiest Man In Arkansas Im the luckiest man in Arkan I sas uiies H L Stanley of Bruno since the restoration of my wifes health after five years of continuous coughing and bleeding from the lungs and I owe my good fortune to the worlds greatest medicne Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption which I know from experience will cur eonsuriiption if taken ipj Rime My wife improved with first bottle and twelve bottles completed tie curt Cures the worst cougin and coiii or money refunded At Z Wayne Griffin 8 Bros tfoimgifits LUc and 100 Trial bottles free Record by Rain Drops- It is l y carefully noting Small and apparently insignificant things and facts that the men of science are enabled to reach someof their most surprising and interesting conclu sions In many places the surface of rocks which millions iof years taro must have formed sandy or muddy sea beaches is found to be pitted with the impressions of falling raindrop In England it has been noticed that in many cases the eastern sides of these depressions are the most deeply pitted indicating that the ran drops that formed the ma jority of the storms in Englandcame from the west Just as they do today eMaine Protectionism The Republican of Maine in their convention of July 6 adopted the following declaration as to Tariff and reciprocity We believcin the Protective Tari ilF which is fundamentally based up Ion a recognization of the differences in labor cost here and abroad The Protective Tariff Protects American labor guards and sustains the scale of American wajies and thereby en ables American laborers to build and maintain American homes and while it tends to keep the American mar ket ft American industries net r theltss our trade in foreign markets has expanded to an extent never be fore known L reaffirm our belif in that re cipr city which govens the interchange with foreign countriesof articles which are not the product of the American labor and we oppose J any such reciprocity with Canada as will flood our markets with Canadian lumber and farm products and thus seri usly embarrass the industres of this State The demand for Tariff revision and for FreeTrade in the natural products of Canada does not seem to have been catching in Maine The State which produced Blaine Heed and Dingley BtanJspat CASTORIAFor i The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the Signature fiAll the good qualities of Elys Cream Balm solid are found in I Liquid Cream Balm which is intend ed for use in atomizers That is an unfailing cure for Nasal Catarrh is proved by an everincreasing mass of testimony It doesntdry out nor rasp the tender air passages It allays the inflammation and goes straight to the root of the disease Obstinate old cases have been cured in a few weeks All druggists 75c including spraying tube or maid by Ely Bro CG Warren Street new York The Kim Yon Have Always Bought and trhlcli has been In use for ocr 30 years has borne tIle signature of S3 and has been innilo untIer Ills per sonnlsul1elvIslon since Its Infmlcy I Allow 110 ono todeceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood aro lint Experiments that trIfle with and endanger time health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Costorlti is n harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fcvcrlshuess It cures Diarrhoea anti Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach surd Bowels giving healthy and natural steep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend CEWUINE CASTORIA AL- WAYSa Signature efJ70 1 The Kind You Haye Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years lMCcnrtM oewn TY8TUT HtwTOUKcmr 1 + 1c OUR CLUBBING RATES THE RKVUBLICAN and Louisville Horaldl2irH- EREiuitucAK and Louisville Daily Herald 209 TUB RfircvLicAX and CourierJournal 15 TIE RKITOBLICAH and St Louis GlobeDemocrat Lib THE REiUBLicAN and Home and Farm 125tTHE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE RWUULWAN and Twicea Week Owensborolnquirer 175 THE RiEPUiiurcAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE RBiUHicAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE RiBnuBUcAN and NntionaIMagazincl1aAddress THE REPUBLICAN E t1 g im RANDALL T COLUXS t WAYNE GRIFFIN When in Louisville STOP A- TeSenrilrigsm EUROPEAN llOTELfIII m The Home for Ohio County PeopleIp Elegant lean ito tmm and Polito Attention S Yj Streetsht8 COLLINS GRIFFIN Props fiJBL 27 B1 13dE3 E 1 tb JS24 44f SCHOLARSHIPnntfl tho 100 Jlottrdto In Boll at o dlconst on account of the oiciilnit of our Evansville Col IttO are Bold Jfo uaitlon enter any ti- meDRAUGHONS I o4l1J4FCokgeJ EVANSVILLE lb mWf 27 Collcgos In 15 States 30000000CAPITAL Imlonwd liy InslnuM men from Mslno to CJlfornla 17 ytan imcccss Wo alM teach BY MAIL Write for prIces POSITIONS SECURED- OR MONEY REFUNDED I Call or send fo Catalogue I I PATENTS aIaII4 TRADEMARKS promptly Obtained ttttoaauttiattu PATENTS rttai thun UunncU roa- reateantfrlp 1 yuu to para Bad maid pkata er eirtch for FREE report on rt Uhnitr e lM111pndke BUR PASSING REFERENCES For ftr Gale nantoai4eataalslatetawntato OO3BOB Savanth StreetWASHINGTON D C DSWIFM n zr 1 71 v s sett BIG FOUR New York Central Lines f The Best Line to Indianapolisl+ I Chicago + Toledo II PBuffalo I I4 PAndInformation cheerfully fut nished on application at City I Ticket Office Big Four NoI259 Fourth avenue or ISJ GATES Genl Agent Passenger Dept Louisville Ky H J RHEIN Agentj odo3 Dyspepsia CLue Digests what you eat yr Hartford Republican wixlbTtb llnrtlori lahllhIRgCompeat- aroRMRISan r CtlltnreC= = n= Cumeasaz5f 34- rou= = a QQ FRIDAYAUGUST 3 REPUBLICAN TICKET FR ONlrRES M L HEAVRIN- of uhlu t nfIty- ANNOW4CEMENTS WlIlhnrlzMtDOIIIIS A SOPIII SOX oJ Wert lUrttord 1reetaet n for rpUft1I tk rknerel thlrtL kbdtrlrtenbfet tote ntkin oti the nepblrrn parts tte are atuhortxd to nnoaaw rLAHEXC f IlcWnESE of lrete lrrtn t n reRdkatr tor Itrpre eatatlre Inh Ilta1 A obly tram lhlatheSthdttrb tUbjet to the actljn ot tb republican petty perlfIExamine the labelon your p It Is not correct notify us u I 1 WHAT has become of our Water I Works Company I t FRost all accounts some of the trusts are upon very thin ice EVERY political machine should have a muck rake attachment WE hope Louisvilles Bryan meet ing was not arranged for commercial purposes RUSSELL SAGES heirs are preps ing to make his will look like the upper end of a paper box REPUBLICANS do not have to sen a man to Europe in order to qualif a candidate for the Presidency IT is said that600 barrooms are I now doing business in San Francisco t The city is certainly regaining he SpiritsJUDGE BURSA will make a better Election Commissioner than he would Republican candidate fo GovernorITHE Beckham machine is arrang ing to do unto Senator McCreary as- he j helped to do unto the Republicans a few short years agoiREADER if those weeds near your house are still uncut remember they will breed the deadly malaria for you and your loved onesIITHE dog eating Igorotes not ben able to eat our trust made sausages have been returned to the j pinesIIdances must pay the fiddler willbe I fully demonstrated in the Democratic State primary EIGHT thousand dollars to enter the race for United States Senator seems a little bit steep but it comes easy Why not let her go the I same LOUISVILLES knock out for Lex ington on the State Fair question r came at a good time to help some over the sicknening work of her ball team IT has been pretty well demon strated that the President carries pitchfork too What if he and Sen ator Tillman should get their forks crossed SWEETHEARTS and mothers are steeling their hearts in preparation for the time when the Guards will j march away to the Henderson En campment WE are still warning the peoplef Hartford of the terrible scourage of sickness which is sure to befall the town unless a sewerage system is established WE have ourbestto keep away from the circus this summer and now they have brought one to us Guess we might as well surrender gracefully A MAX in New York had 414 frags ments of skin grafted on him to save his life Those New Yorkers are not only but are on to the skin game alsotIF Republicans of the sixth district could shake the machine long enough to nominate some good manlike Senator Fleming they could carry that district this fall OUR neighbor Senator HickI man from McLean who it is reo t tq Iportedbas the Lieutenant Govern orship bee in his bonnet will he shie at the 500 entrance fee MR BRYAN may have learned j some things with age and travel I but he is the same Bryan who ran I for President on the Democratic and Populist tickets in 1S96 and 1900 COL JOHN S HARPER who now lives in Leroy Illinois is credited i with having started 156 newspapers Will he have that many stars in his I crown Or will they be used to I kindle fires for him in the other world IJCDGE PARKER got even with Mr week for his failure give the Judge his warm support f the Presidency In giving out a of Democratic elli bles for the nom ination for Governor of New York j the Judge left Mr Hearst out IIF Mr Bryan is wise he will re in Europe until after the fall elections If when the results come in his boom does not look good it will be better Upon the other hand should the Democrats win he can claim long distance cred it SINCE Ohio County has been in the Fourth district the Democrats ofI the upper end have always hoged the nomination Breckenridge Grayson and OhioI should assist in sending a man toICongress from this end of the Heavlrmcommodious quarters we thought lie would have room enough for ini 1 have to enlarge again However 1 we would much rather do that tha decrease our business to suit the quarters rHos W T ELLIS has been mentioned several times recently in connection with the Democratic nomination for a State office How likelyrCapt Ellis is too good a man The gang has no use for him It will b remembered he refused to help them J steal the Governorship be f I IT a the Groan j Beckhaml s plans to go to ij Senate It will be remembered it was to accommodate Croan and make Bullitt a district by itself that 30004populagtionwas should have vetoed both the re districting bill and the dog tax bill Ohio county farmers should remem him at the poles this fall for both offenses j TilE Hartford Herald which has been pleading so pitifully during th past few months to be let alone dur ing its declining days throws down ithe gauntlet anew in the following manner The bGinw or lIInr of nr l iirnMI IIID rrry Stnte la for Inim 1t0110INAtliinnl lttral llcnnri Bcrr lnii4l t tuttrccbnU f Ullnir r 2IRrkrn nL IkNU Icier In ID4 4e n o1l1HI a IIwh Krpnbllmn to mutribnii M mwh IIt To the htrhribn lirpnbll rnnend thr err many wbiit Jo you think jfthl buIAgain it sa iThe utlotml Krpnblkiin t infrniiuiuil alCorUltt leetlncnth Itrpnlillmn In tbrtnltMlStHlMloruktrlbatii II to the Imhfntoad llvetufare tbrj burr cont nl to pot ui with million of IIu itdb Ihr crrat luiar compact anil MrtS iirotrrt IIrnrp rsilun In N w York ml IbfIEatrtn iitti lint th r now hri l wrliliiic on the wnll Bud lu h fIMigration art mtuillj mkluc Itetiub j llran to put nti ninny t bny ichobr aliiIand i every adherent of his on down the line that a campaign fund of over 3500000 was amassed forhis second campaignin fact Mr Bryan pent the intervening four years between his first and second campaign for thec Presidency raising money for campaign purposes Conceding which we dont that the National Republican Congres Committee has an ad in ali Republican papers asking tha Republicans contribute 100 to th campaign fund it is not at all likely more than onetenth if that many of them will respond on which basis figuring Roosevelts vote ar 7500000 less than 30000 wilf be raised or less than onefourth th amount of the Bryan Second Bat tIe fund Of course the Bryan campaign fund is a matter of histoJthat most everybody we simply call attention to it in this I connection to show that the n rfr asked tabe let alonc Herald is sirp ly straining at a gnat and has ng ago swallowed too camel Hens Got Drunk Unhrt rd owJTaylor Baird had a dozen drunk hogs Thursday drunk as lords stag gering around and falling like the drunkest of hardened topers S mo lay in n sleepy stupor unable to wallow in the mire They drank slop from the bakery The slop contained much sweetrt ss from some washed sugar bards together with some stale rye r fermented into a beer which w onotosSMALLHOUS July 31Rev G HI Lawrn and wife attended the fifth Sun 1 ay meeting of the Baptiest Association which convened at Hartford July 29th They wore the fuests of sand Mrs A F Stanley while re Mesdames Mary TaylorMcHenry and Heavrin of Indinna a guests of relatives near here and a attending the protracted meeting at- Equality j Miss Sarah Barnard returned ye terday from a visit to relative Hartford and near Beaver hIto his home today ledP B Taylor went to Hartford accompaniedI were guess of Miss Debbie Taylor Saturday night and Sunday George Greer who has been da gerously ill for the past two twee has about recovreJ 1The farmers who have been qui busy with their meadows the a week are about through cutting an some have their hay bailed John Bell Matanas and Mks Erma Tichenor Centertown attend ed church at Equality Sunday night Sid Kimbley Ceralvo was in lOur midst Monday inemidst the latter part of the v cc the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs M P Maddox He was u his return trip from the Ito his home at Beaver Dam Miss Verda Fulkerson is on th sick listI IiiA At the Hartford District Union of JulmappointI j B farm and garden they reported asi followt Roastingears per dozen lOc Irish Potatoes per bushel 75c Sweet Potatoes per bushel 75 Onions per pUndelie Watermelons per pound 1cI Moskmelons per pound 2c to per pound 2c G R HICKEY I 1NT Jones Com i lELB RJCK S J P XION i DeWitis WJ Salve j For Piles Burns Sores i IHERBERT is havfi ejcensive inprovements ma dIresidence I Irsiproving Oscar iller Owensboro has returned home after several days visi to his brothers D A and R M Miller Misses Margaret Chambers andI Mattie Milligan visited Miss Hazel Hunt Pleasant Ridge last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Elmore and Miss Ora Haynes visited relatives at Backford this week Mrs John Head and daughter ofI Owensboroare the guests of Mr and Mrs Jas Ford this week Ben Swope and wife spent Sunday at Lyonia i EruptionsThe of pimples and other e IIimproveulate the kidneys liver and j skin The medicine to take is SarsaparillaWhich I I ORDINATIONS RVICES jl And Fifth Sunday Aketing lid at Hartford Baptist Church Saturday and Sunday July 23 and 29 were great days with the Bap tist church at this place At lOa m Saturday tilt Fifth Sunday Meeting of the Ohio County Association met with this church The following or dained ministers were present HI Irp Brown J N Jarnagin Las P Drake L W Tichenor GH Law riico G W Gordon C D Stevens j and A B Gardner Theday Satur day was spent in discussing various phases of our mission work in which much interest was manifested ceThe church having invited a coun i cil to assist in ordaining Bro 0 Shultz as a gospel minister and Ford M Danrl W M hair t Drthe office of deacon the council Itcomposed of the above named minister was organized hy electing II reP Brown Moderator and L W reTichenor Secretary The ordtna tion was effected by C D Stevens j presenting the candidates to thej lXaminingit1his Christian experience and call to preachinng sermon 1the prayer the laying f n of hanI the presbytery J X Jarnagin delivering the charge to the candi i dates L P Drake giving the Charge to the church and G H Lawrence presenting the Bible and Bro benedictionAt BroIi sermon text was chosen from John 539 thtred1Bri Shutz has been called to the church at Waltons Creekand will begin his work at once We predict j for him a successful career and cer tainly think that no church can do better than to secure his sera ices Fairareamongtii our we lieve they will fill the office of deacon themha jeNotice iThe members of the Hartford lo Sof E are requested to meet in Hartford Saturday August a to officersI 11 IR B MARTIN = li Notice to Taxpayers l willltakeIcure of 1906 Section 20 provides as follows All State County and District I tax shall be due and payable on and after the first day of March after the assessment and all taxpayers i whose taxes are not paid on the first day of November after the same are delinquentsIthe rate of six per cent per annum from the first day of November in the year following the assessment of such taxes shall pay a penalty of six I per centum additional on the taxes due and unpaid Section 21 provides among other- t thins ai follows anIprovided in the proceeding section the Sheriff or collector of the county where the property is liable shall make and certify to the County Clerk a list of all such delinquents theidue the State County or District I and the date when interest begins which list shall be by the Clerk filed in his office and recorded in the book kept for that purpose Section 22 provides as follows The County Clerk shall within ten days after the list is filed issue a tax warrent against each delin qIIIrant shall be addressed to the county commanding SheriffI in collect of the delinquent the interest penalty and cost and to sell the estate of the delinquent or a sufficiency thereof to satisfy the tax cost penalty and interest of the tax warrant I Section 30 provides among other a 0 t C fo Mo wU W BACH 9 SGREAT f Jr M i t f i 1 iaugterJ4 ot j o y t t f E IItWill Be Extended Two Days Till t 1 I Y Saturda t i AUG 4 E E Y tWe have been doing bus t Hess with a rush every E day during this sale but the bargains are not all E gone yet Come while this E EIf HOUORROW IS THE LAST DAY I Yours Truly 1 Sam BachJHa- rtford Ky IT4i IT rYrriTy 7ri 77 r rriS f at I H11HHTte t IOld Tried True- NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCEr OF VERMONTO = 1 Fiftysix and onehalf years of honest con servative successful management hats mado this ono of the most honored anti trusted ennl1apanics in America the lowest combined Death and Expense rate of any Company of IlnI r age Unexcelled strength of iiHsts guaran tees our stability Talk It over witH MS BARNETT SMITH I Hartford Republican Office 41 things as follows Any Sheriff failing to certify to theCounty Court Clerk a list of the delinquent taxpayers or fails to collect the amount of the tax warrant shall be liable on his bond for the amount of tax due from any delin uent taxpayer which he fails to to the County Clerk and thirty per centum penalty thereon each instance to be recovered by motion in the County Court of the County in which such delinquent should have been certified to the County Clerk or the tax warrant issued The act further provides that its shall be the duty of the County At h torney to prosecute the Sheriff for any failure under these provisions willbethe taxpayers to pay but under the reporttheand I will be compelled to do so un less the taxes are paid on or before 1906Inupon the payment of the taxes at once You are therefore urged to pay your taxes at once and save the extra cost and expense that will be added payYours MARTINSheriff 1 4 H tOur Motto is Cost Goods fer the least t money I Dress Department Goods No question about I our auperority in this line Fur SOe yard our stock of Mohairs compare favorably with what you pay 7uc for At 100 yard we have the best in hart ford We invite compatrson Silk Department- Do you know that we are ottering a yardwide guaranteed Black Taffeta Silk the very article othersaskyou98c Ladies Neckwear Our store is al ways to the front ini new things for La IweekCollars Corn b K Waist Pins Etc Call on us for the latest Boys Pants We have made a special deal byi which we have been able to secure 200 pairs Boys Summer Knee Pants from 4 to 15 years old ncv er sold for less than 25c and will absolutely never again he sold at the price we offer them Bet ter come at once prlong JLrS II Y 4 Augnst at fairs U Ordinarily August is u quiet period We ViUit to ruvursji tilt normal mindi lions Thats why vo are trying to lift the Augttstsalesut to tho record UIIII ono wilyto oIKr values that will fono you to buy Vv havo irono through our entire stork tutu made prices regarilkof COST that should attract the at tention olaleconomical biivers FAIRS SPECIALS Millinery The season is too faradvanc ed for us to quibble about price This is the story in a nutshell We leaven remnant stockof Ladies Hats They must be turned into CASH To do this means that they must go at a big reduction We are prepared to do this so if it is a Hat you want your face towards our store fall The but Boys 25c School Cap Cashmere old stok but nets J IQ CENTSV J Prints c Prints in the Very best IAll brands A large as sortment in the very rrcsf standard brands Light and dark blue gray anti tflaidfi Prints you pay Oc for al most 5cpricei the you have never this department We want to place where you buy Glassware Tin ware Woodenware and Furnishings at a- very low fact over and lOc Bet You save money Hartford Republican w1 FRIDAY AUGUST 3 t eel IHInolsContral RailroadTime Tablo I Nnrlh Iliiiinil Nnnlli Honnd- SnlJldO r40 n in ilu n 110 lrbinltOpVu All kinds of ice cold drinks at CityI Restaurant City Restaurant makes the best ice Cream and in town City Restaurant wants your trail and guarantees satisfaction Mr N Plummer Rob Roy was a caller Tuesday Our steak and fish meals cant be I beat CITY RESTAURANT For Scholarship in the Bowling Green Business apply at this office For all kinds Sewing Machine supplies call write Gross Wil r Hams Only 5 cts will buy a Ladies Vest tOe value at Long Cos Economy Stores Dr E W Ford and wife are in attendance at the Owensboro Chau tauqua Rev J Beari seturned Tuesday from a few days stay at Sulphur Springs Mr Claud Park and mother visited Esq James Park and family halt week We are in need of country hams Bring what you have to spare toI Carson Cot Just in 4G inch French Lawn for only 25c Big value at Long Cos Economy Store- yMiss Lucy King of Hartford spent n few days visiting at Kinder hook last week j Donb miss seeing our 50incli Mo hairs for 5Oall colors at Long Cos Economy Store Leave your laundry at Clevo Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt Agent Richmond Laun t 4 dry 46tf ReadyMade Skirts We want to make a general cleanup of all odds andends in ladies Skirts preparatory to receiving our line styles and material in these skirts are alright sizes are broken Thats the only reason they go so cheap Perhaps we may have your size Better come and fl CO Useee VERY SPECIAL madVof Allwool no an uptVdatdburprice Sherbet Pleasant College ITable Linen of pure Linen Bleached Damask satin finish infamous weave for wearing quajtiy made n fancy scroll pattern with border to match full 60 inches wide would be fiDeoOUR BASEMENTTiiPerhnp5 visited it A can Chinaware Kitchen price In nothing sellsfor 5c ter investigate will I No 13 ll3l Notlndn1spm No oUildnNpusI H of on or G A delivery We pay in trade 12c for eggs CARSON Co Mr W P Brown Rockport called to see yesterday Mr A B Leach of Bob Roy was a very pleasant caller Monday Mr E W Smith Ceralvo called to see us while in town Tuesday Sam Riley payacashferEggs But ter and Chickens or exchanges gro ceries Miss Lottye Layer Louisville is the guest of her cousins the Misses Warners Esq J A Park left Monday to re Storekeeperer at Misses Maidie and Ada Park visit od Miss Einma EPark city the week of the Institute Miss Ida Mills Kinderhook was the guest of Mrs E J Hudson and Miss Lucy King last week j FOR SALEA fir3tclars young horse Apply tcu C E SMITH Republican Office Hartford Ky j See our new line of Belts in White Kid and many other styles for only 25c at Long Cos Economy Store I Mr Leslie Combs of the East Hartford Neighborhood made us a pleasant call while in town Monday When you are in Hartford call on Carson Company for clothing shoes shirts neckwear and all kinds of notions Another enrofthose2fiO Parasols all colrsb t they only costyouL7f at Long Cos Economy Store A big lot of Underwear now on in Balbriggin and Nainsook for only 41e60c values at Long Cos Economy Store Why send to Chicago and pay 15 to 20 for a sewing machine when ou can buy the same at Carson Cos for 12 Dont fall to see and examine our 36inch Black Taffeta Silk 125 value for only 100 at Long Cos Economy Store For sale 150 acres of land within three miles of Hartford A bargain for cash Call on or address J P MILLER Hartford Ky 38tf I I RefundMoney I ed on pur satIisfactor I Shirt Department E It is conceded by all shirt critics that J the Shirts we sell oOc are equal to any 75c shirt in the mar ket Our Shirts at 100 are better in style material and workmanship than those retailing at 150 Visit us Lace Department Best assortment of French German I Mechlin Vals shown in Hartford Prices in reach of all Cone to us for Shoe your TrimminJtsI Although there has been some sharp i advances in leather we are selling many I Shoes at prices We would be glad to show you our Shoes assuring you that our styles and are ALL RIGHT and price as low as they can be made WashteThe on for just such goods as we have in I stock such as Fan LIn1ens ever but they are new stylish uptodate mss I f Scholarship in Massey Business j College for sale at this office Senator A st Bennett of Louisville was in town yesterday Mr and Mrs W P Render Ma tanzas visited in Hartford yesterday Misses Lillie Burton and Effie Ren der are the guests of relatives a McHenry Miss Lizzie Sandefur left last week for an extended visit to friends at Corbin Ky Mr Henry Taylor and family Louisville are the guests of relatives in and near Hartford Mrs G B Likens and children re turned Tuesdaay from a few days sojourn at Sulphur Springs Mrs Shelby Taylor and children Crawley La are visiting relatives in Hartford and Beaver Dam Mrs C E Smith was the guest of her mother Mrs W P Render at Matanzas the first of the week I Miss Mattie Bennett will leave toI morrow to spend a week at the Sev en Hills Chautauqua Owensboro I Ky Mr Roscoe Render of Matanzas i has accepted a position as office deputy for County Clerk W S Tinsley Col C M Barnett of TilE R PUBLICAN staff has been in Louis ville the greater part of the week on businessIAla and sister Miss Cassie of Rochester Ky visited Estill Jewel Park a few days last week I W H BlairKofPike county Ill who is visiting hjs father John Blair of Buford called to see us I last Saturday while in town New Ribbons for Sashes and Arm- Bands j Pretty Persian designs if you dont want tho solid colors atILong Cos Economy Store Rev and Mrs Chester Stevens will leave for Georgetown Monday where Rev Stevens will in a few weeksresume his school work A big reduction on Slippers We show you many pretty styles in Brown Blue Gray Blhckand White at Long Economy Store Mr W T Woodward and daugh ter Miss Nellieare quite ill at thei home on Clay street Mr Fred Mason Golfs Crossing wds the guest of Dr R W King the first of the week Mr ind Mrs Alex Grigsby kf Tuesday fora few days visit to relatives near Stanly Daviess county Rev L W Ticlienor Matanzas L P iJrake Centertown and A B Gardner City were pleasant caller- Monday Yale Coffee 1st grand prize World Fair at St Louis 1904 None better Try it For sale by U S Carson 3t3 Mr Burnice Neighbors Dundee who is a candidate for the free trip to the Mammoth Cave was a pleasant caller Tuesday Capt John G Keown LOuisville was tIll guest of relatives and friends in Hartford the first of the week returning Tuesday The boat We Three will run an excursion from Hartford to Liver beingIwill pay the highest market prices They will deliver groceries anywhere in Hartford It2 Why not help us clean up on our thin dress goods and summer clothI ing We areonly about one half their real valueICARSON Co Mr R T Collins who has been at Louisville for the past several days in the interest of the Collins WedIturned from Elizabethtown Wednes day where he had been to attend the convention of County Clerks from all over the State Mr Will Woodward of Beaver Dam left for Leslie county the first of the week where he has been employed to do extensive surveying Cora large lumber company The attention of canditates for the free trip to the Mammoth Cave is called to one of the editors report of his trip to the Cave which ap pears on the first page Mr F E Known has sold his meat business to his brothers M JIand J W Keown He will take charge of a dry goods and grocery Store which he has purchased at Brooklyn Butler county Int up and vicinity will leave for Render son about the 20th inst where they will be in camp about ten day Mr G Davis Royal who has just returned to his home at Reynolds from Austin Ky whets he had been engaged in the revenue busi nets was a pleasant caller Tuesday Miss Ethel Bean and Mr Ivan atltheEast Hartford neighborhood last Sunday Rev J A Lewis official ing Mr J W Keown and family ol Select moved to Hartford Wednesday and will occupy the Phipps property on Liberty street Mr Keown has bought an interest in the meat business here We have completed arrangements with one of the largest potteriesdn the western states for the purchase of a large quantity of high quality decorated china ware which we istand let us explain the plan CARSON CO IThe following prominent Owens boro people made up a boating party T which was at our wharf last Friday night and until noon Saturday Dr H Kimbley and wife Dr W B CiThomas Newbower The party was returning from a trip to the Mam moth Cave in yacht Sweet Heart At the meeting of the City Copn Wednesdayevening the City At torney was directed to draw an or dinance for passage prohibiting the running at Jilrgof any kind of stock within the city limits The City Altorney was also directed to prepare an ordinance providing for the construction of a brick walk on tlieSouthsideof Clay street from C E Morrisons to RobertForres ters i C R Stevens the Almshouse 11keeper who has fcern seriously ill of typhoid fever for the past several weeks is slowly ipiproving Miss Lizzie Miter entertained a few friends in honor lie her brother- t David last Friday evening Those present were Misres Maggie Murks Leona MswJdox Zella Nail Lillie Burton Katie Thomas ofj Hartford and MOOTS Lula and Ma blesss t y Cooper George Brnnton and Jon ca Cooper All present report a do lightful time Mrs Mary C Thomas one of th most highly respected ladies o Hartford died Jfnikkty rooming aft er a very brief mocsa of flux Mrs Thomas was 00 ycaiH old and ha lived in Hartford since her marriage to James A Thomas in 1258 survived by throw daaghters Mi Stella Etta and LOKe two sisters Mrs J G Walker and Mrs A C Lewis of LouisvBfc and one broth er Will S Plat of Independence Mo Funeral cervfs were conduct ed by Rev G JBCWI Tuesday after noon at 330 oclock after which interment took place at Oakwood cemetery Honor For AnotktrtkfeCwutian Tne Gaddis record of South Dakota Teporta tic prospects of the establishmentof new bank at tha- tplaceof which Ckarles C Wedding of our townsman Judge R R We deng win toe cashier Itsays W W Wedding and JL H Smith of Armour and Cbas t Wedding of Indianapolis adarrived m this city last Monday ta look over the situation here for the establishment l of a bank W W Wedding is shier of the First National Bank of Armour and his brother Chas C Wedding is Jn the banking business at Indianapolis The city is situated in the heart of the best county ia the stale and is surrounded with prosperous farmers and the cillienJarewideawake f6r anything umE everything that will tend itb build up the resou and developtfibfiiwiBtry The bank will be capitalized at 312000 and will be called the Farmers and MerchanbiIDarikpal 1CQ Duly 30MraTC JL Blackison the list L L Stevens necnfc to TaCylalt week on business Miss Comma Gohnan of Daviess county is visiting In this neighborhood Rev G HV flSorfOTv went to Louis ville this week oa boshes- DLIBlackbvJsiltnghuBons J IL and T R fllack of this place this week- Miss Fears Curtis Hartford visited Jelntiveshore last week Mr and MrsJL HStevens Beaver Dam spent Sunday with Joe Stevens and family ThepoundairppEr given in hono of Miss Fearn Curtis atJ L Allen 3 ast Thursday ntjdit was quite a pleasant affair the Preotis banding be present unade some delightful musicMiss Orpha Stevens attended imeeting at Cromwell last Suit day Mrs JP4ColeautrlsitedMrs J M Leach this wfltjc Coant Docker The following curs haye been set Sown fortrial at aw August term of Court on day indititeJ there will be othgra t for trial when court convenes r1Iu1 n Boswell Copper 41111 D Burch Comthof Ky vs WTzdePark Comth ofKy yrs BECiflto DAYtJosephoncLaytozt Brown R KineheloetrdIaoZSmith- Conrth of Ky VII LC iL RCo Acres RAY Fabian Anwnt ss Frank Casebier Lee Warden YL MHE RR C- oWJIWardJI1LJiLlL E R Wm RCoI oURTlr DAY I Western Mfg Co wt WV Sproule c tKirra VAX I Gib Hoover VtL Wiesterfieldl Bros Wm Broughtez isLC R R Co James Sullenger TTS GL B Likens Admr QAl cR4Buts the ltrs Naps lira cOl tPgnstsres O FOR THe BUSY READER IOne negro Is dying and another wounded as the resultt I of an attack made upon them sup posedly by two miners near Sturgis j Ky IAn officer of the United States will be detailed to attend the camp of instruction of the Kentucky National Guardat Henderson this month a Robert Blankenship one of the GraysonIKy wasfants who made their escape contributeCommitteesssesa committee he approved the plan of soliciting dollars for the fund Bishop Gaines of Atlanta in an address before the Negro Young Peoples Christian and Educational Congress in session at Washington said that Senator Tillman Gov Var daman Gov Jefferson Davis Thom as Dixon and John Temple Graves were enemies of the negro race Chairman McQuown of the State Democratic Executive Committee thinks that the expense of the Democratic primary will not be less thaa 40000 It will probably be appor tioned as follows Candidates for United States Senate 8000 for Governor 6000 for Auditor retary of State Attorney General e Appellate Clerk and Treasurer 4 000 in each race for Superintendent of Public Instruction and Com missioner of Agriculture 2500 each and for LieutenantGovernor 5Oa In this state it is not necessary to serve a five days notice for eviction ofa cold Use the original laxative LaxativerNo opiates Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Hartford College And Biisiness IIIStit 8- Hartford Ky Old M Established Reliable It has educated more successful men and women than any other in stitution in this part of the State Its graduates are numbered among the prominent men and women of every honorable profession trade industry and calling in life Three fourths ofthe teachers ef OWo county have received their training rTro t department in charge of Miss Nettie Rogers is in session the year round trainI corrClativecomI no trouble in securing positions for our graduates First Tern Opens Sept 3190 Third Term Opens Jan 14 1907 Exper FCi are us low pr lower than in any other first clubs institution Catalogue frtc Address L N GRAY President 82 Hartford Ky Is It Your Own HairD- oyou pin your hat to your own hair Cant do It Havent enough hair It must AytrsHairduction I May the acquaints ance result in a heavy growth of rich thick glossy hair I Use this splendid hairfood stop your falling hair andget rid of your dandruff The best kind of a testimonialtI Sold for over sixty years 13e1 b71 CArer Co IX3W11 llt i- Alo moohaotn of SARSAPARILU zjersPILLS PECraettCe I BACHELOR GIRLS BUTTONS lof jDcspernte Measures Resorted To by One to Get Release from Dinner Gown j Tin present stylo of fastening ill womens drosses down the bade IIlcoml 1111CillltI and many arc tilt sole represent tlW1I1hOIHWhollll1 nine convocations are wont toi fxcliaiifre curious tales relating Hie shifts to wliicli lone woman must resort in order to get in land ont of her clothes Kven j their best young men provided they were already proved tllIstI worthy and discreet have been pressed into service by cnterpris ing girls who faring home from oIionw evening festivity and fOlI1 is seeing battle and defeat await ing them have permitted their tscorts respectfully to undo the rentral always till most obdu rate button in the hack of the lw ieItKven more desperate measures j were resorted to by a bachelor i iinaid who nftlr a recent social occasion having returned to hlrtIbachelor tint after wearing punch satisfaction a brand newt dinner gown discovered to Iiulldothat one or two of them positive ly refused to unfasten The i bachelor girl lived alone there was no janitor and her sole maid I had left in a hull the previous lay What to do She could not go to her bed in her besti gown and It looked as if she would have to sit up all lIilhtiAfter some moments of horn Lie retlection time distressed woman resolved to brave the tllj IIthlIf01lfor a sail At thom t moment a III passing car stopped and a couple silighted The too llrmly buti toned woman approached the III111efllIItIpressible grunt was heard to is wiu from time otherwise silent i lips of time lIIanthl grunt ofI one who had acquired through I experience II cynjcaj dlcditin of Olllliilllfl fnlllstlw grunt of j one who had served ils time in nloiiij and undoing recalcitrant iuotlices Time fromaii however waved j 11l8itlej 1he request with a ready Warmth i and hospitality that indicated j past sullVrings of a similar mittt lure and till bachelor with a light heart and an open I bodice was enabled to return to her home and JellITAStITOO LONG A i i S OBHe IkWant to ace the guvnor Wiu name iull I nay Visitor Kerr Schwoliztalibunhaus i enome BoyOh 1 Ftmnt be ube to- eJlrlJl1uuI nil that I in leaving at the I untl of tile weekIunih- Not Hln Htnrt Dent 1 Slie insitlcd her head on his manly breast thi JiMirge r she whispered how mini your heart beats And tI beat is fur your own An geliiic isnt it He looked II 111I1IWell the that the engagement ring cot so much that Im er obliged for the present to carry one of these dollar watches Thats what you hear Cleveland liader Retort Courteous Miss OIlwllllII refused many many offers of mama iiivbov absentmindedly T Very jnongnTrui linn consmeraio r 81l11leggelltlO1fhltt Fad of a Queen The new queen of Denmark is passionate admirer of Dickens and knows mnanyof his lOOks by FREE FROM ALL GXMiZ No Magistrates Policemen or Other OiScers of the Law Needed In Labrador Dr Wilfred T C Iron fell the Premier of Labrador an lie in dubbed by those who love and honor him holds sway over a population of 10llll people of whom 111110 are whites settled along the south coast as many more Eskimos scattered along the northern water front of that rigorous land while the remain der are mostly haI fIIIt111 In dians Iksides these Labrador visited each summer h JOOOO persons from Newfoundland of which it is a dependency to en gage in llshing- Notwithstanding mill these di versified races and interests is no court nor jail magis trate nor policeman nor any other ollicer of the law on this mills of seaboard nor in he interior where multitudes are wrestling a subsistence from ocean and the laud Whenever any serious charge s made a mngistrate is sent or supposed to be front New foundland to attend to it Anti yet for 11 years no session of court has been held and in iiO years time only criminal charge that has been recorded was that against an Eskimo whose jeal ousy was IIIOU8t111IlIiIl8t a rival in his wifes affections and who shot time man us he Will walking by lien side Forty years ago a circuit court snmultli ness and was tlnally abolished Years ago Labrador was fa Oil S as being a rendezvous and stronghold of pirates often re quiring a French squadron to i break it up hilt III recent years I unusual attention has been paid IItlllllfreebooters from afar is a tiling I the past I iiO e IIII1IiII1Mexico were they to sttlll the character and condition of trailuj in our country said Va It en 0 revel of Mexico City I The main trouble with the slow sale of American I in Mexico is the IIIPItllIInl he merchants and I IItheilei lpt of the huh for the i anu and this lull arrives u month in ad vance of tin goods Of course out merchants do not favor the idea ofuayiuig for goods before receiving them On till other I hand European merchants are liberal in giving time limits of us high as six months awl as a consequence enjoy a good pop lion of our trade Washington j iuistIOPTICAL ILLUSION I This Is not ono ol Uarnuins wc Ti ler Only a city man having liti uncli at a bar Soi Uss Tide Conic up to my studio old nan and Ill show you my latest pictureWhats it rallidV Whv Tramps Mi rnlii I Tramps MifzralionV Why vou mean transmigration dont 11111 ii no This is a picrtire of l he hnlKH3 llocktiifr nortli after I lie iey wjjuln have passed GIVEN JOLT ON HONEYMOON Circumstances Curd Better Half of Pair to 1iic Long Distance Without Hubby One of nil funniest things I have seen in nil tin time Fv been on the road was the sepaiv tain ofii newly married coup by the Imakin of a train on tin way down to St Louis awhile ago said a Chicago traveling man We were going down on th Alton road and shortly before W- igot to Springfield the infcric half of time uewiy wedded pah1 strolled into till smoker Flop ping himself into a seat across the aisle from me he commenced to praise th innumerable vir tues of hs wife She was the finest little worn an in the world the cleverest the handsomest the best dressed and so on And then he had to tell what they were going to dn when they got to St Louis 11 became so excited during tin narration of his story that h talked considerably louder tluri was necessary and etm yone ii the ear knew all about time wom an back in the parlor car 11 never heard the brakeman an nounce that the train was to In broken at Springfield und pro ceed to St Louis in two sections No one had time heart to tell him And the little w mall back in tin train thought nIl was well Shortly after we left Spring field Mr Benedict ambled back toward the rear of time train in a leisurely manner hut when IIIIdiscovered that till last half time train was some miles behind there was something doing lItC was thoroughly angry and stormed around doing all sorts of unnecessary talking Iii threatened to bring a damage suit against the railroad com pany III to beat the head on tin conductor and all till road oil rials No one could pacify him When we stopped at time next station the conductor wired till bride on the following train thnlf her hubby would wait for lien at Alton How sue stood till long ride without lien man we never knew iii t its altogether likely that she nearly riled her eyes ou tilt thus forced separation As time irJ half of time train stopped at Al ton we all bade goodby to the unhappy groom timid left him there awaiting tin arrival of IllsI Juidf Just a Hint Gunner Mender drank a reat iiany cocktails before his mar riafi lint did you no IOIltlISwife started to 11111 iiini luclji as soon as JGunnerGiiyir Oh just as a hint IlmtI ill should take to the water iEo1 One Should nestITo uuuidi pttit ituh how to rest la of more importance than tft know tow to work The hntnf ruth be learned if one will liivd ones mind to it hut till former i Iif an art some people never ael quire Ilcst necessitate cliango of scene and activities Loiing hug is imyititeli I uiu sleepitug is not always restful and sitting jdown with nothing to do is sim ply to invoke wiuirinesa A change is needed to bring 1111 play a dilfcrent sit of fanihi a and to direct the thoughts info a new channel The man or wom an who is wearv with care fluids 1IIIf III 11111 cmii Iii vymmiumi I with freedom from responsibility The brain worker generally llnds the best vest III playing hard It is quite a mistake always to ex iMct to find it III idleness Trespassing ii I see theyve discharged that clerk who saved so much money out of his small salary 11 itl lIt they know he was grafting all the time ii Yes hilt they suspect now that he got some of time graft that rightfully belonged to the bigger ollicers of time company Subscribe for 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Hllllillll FRANK L FELIX Attorney it Law IIIKTI Ultl KY XVIII prln irsI in iihm slits Julllllli rmiilv mill hi I In i Mlrf n I tpjiI rrliiiliuil irni riii inn r HwiiiiH i wluirr- Ortiif In i hi llvriili liulliliuit z== C7 = == CHAS M CROWE LATY H lhutrroimus I Will prnrlli 11 IM Nil tl wwrf a lOlihi nltl mJilill Mill i ml In I h I nr of tliiipuIi SHV 1I1tIP Iv rrlmtnnl priinlir iiml in niiln iiiti umrv iiirntr Mnr krt ii iVnirr 5 iroi Thou ii init tt iirn Ira I WIU50l1Ifist RllOfD KY lnlHtlrtlllilH tflrtli III i UiIsetIh HiM kipp- iI nrlAr tim Viilprv Inlll frIhI0 hr hIppo sorib 55 p111 sr 0 R H WEDDING Attorney at Law IIt OIW l v WII I irs ii I 5 his 554 iolpiIiC- IiOiliItPoPiflu i IaI III I ir tiiitlr ifttii hut i ti Xtri 1II Ii 5 lllr ullltty Olll H uii 5sNtI5 p II it- SI I liiist 111 niisn 11 ilEA VRIN WOODWARD o c w Ii ttiH isn potI II IOit It ti- 5iI 5111t I rtHf twI- I rvttnllon ifiv niilinil Ira I I sun iintrvn ti iliinr In Hunk il lIsrfPI YANCY I MOSLRY ArroiiVEY AT LAW limit rV lfurl Wit irilli ll tullin liiHHthf fnnrtiif i lilu nml nil lHliiir tiiil I nnd In tlw liii p- 5AtmIPil nl AlM isIt Iulillr utt1 v 11 MIIIInl ilati w II IIAIIXIK s A MIIHSMN BARN S ANDERSON 1uIIRS aid Counselors at laU u titrroitii iiv li IhiopCnml inniinfi r thuS thr hsv- i I n isi rtH hlifiir Id imllril Iiv in out SMIeniil IVrn1 alib oflli iiulli i r MAin Mrwt miMMltf eirt II II UMII ri Kv AiMmniiutTltln BIII Milur iin l UnK Tllkvlil IIi 1111 ho tIti plo- i ittHiliii iintnty In uMiiW IIIMHM fc A AMHIIIMX 1KHJ= =i WIT I Dr g S FOR yCONSUMPTION K I aaraflflSurest ua ttuickn o rl Ir nil THROAT nua IUNO THOUB LES MONEY BAOir 11di AND DEFENDtDlkndlloJM iuklaln tri luuk- ci o s 10W inUuU ijriU 1C IN ALL COUNTRIES 27 tii ir t dot Wtrilugbiit tain tltnr 03 i U P tIII11I jal lIl hctasvtIiW1523 Klatb EtiMt spy rnlUl Sttttt ftteat OSn WASHINGTON O C IROUGI nvR I TELiUNEcoiv 1IsnI1II The Konwh River Telephone Co Is Indnpemlent owned and operated p by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for lull service which is being constantly tended tire as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 cts 30 miles If cts 45 miles 20 cts c 3lv OBANNON Mgr 4Beaver Dam Ky h 4d + + Fd+ + + 4+ drd + + yr FF+ r3 + Frdde3 ++++3l l 1 RANK 1 XCOIQFc1e1 OF I RDI i Capital Stock 4000000 Surplus 12 00000h Stockholders Aclclil Liability 4OOOOOO 10 Securely to Depositors 92OOOOO c S J W FORD President JOHN T MOOttK Cashier II P TAYLOR V Ireat It HOLHROOK Asst Cashier j t4tiu un TO MAMMOTH CAVES Coiitiniud IVoiu First Injio Xj3SeeO Afi 4 4Z 3 Ai J AvA1AlTt e NOT GOOD API EU AUGUST 11 FreeTrip to Mammoth Cave Ballot This Ballot will lount one 1 vote for Mr District No When properly fillers out and returned to TUB PKPUIHICAN of I Gee by mail or otherwise on or before expiration date shown above SBi CD 3C BCZC ZYiBP C BC CS9C R C IC it Ctn- PHE DISTRJCTSThe seven Districts are made up of territory as follows DISTRICT No IEast and West Hartford EMI and West Heaver Dam and Ircntia voting precincts DISTKICT No2 Cromwell Select Arnold Rosme and Howe Branch voting precincts DISTRICT No JSulphur Sprits Narrows Olaton and Magan voting precincts Disrwer No tEaltand Weit Fordsville Etnaville1 Shreve Ralph and Herbert votinir precincts DISTINCT No SIIt1a Heflin Huford and Bartletts voting precincts DISTRICT No 0 Ccnturtown Ceralvo Smallhous und Point Pleasant voting recilctsICool FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ot Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profitsl2500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This U your Rank Come in DIUECTORJji1i- AHR LIKENS ALVIN HOWE Hrucii FKUX JIM POIK STEVENS WAYNE GRIFFIN BLACK BIRKHEAD E PROPRIETORS = 1 Hartford and Beaver Darn Transfer ifI- i AND FREIGHT LINE = Meets nil trains Al- soGeneral= Liverymen E Best of attention given to stock New stable Main = + street Hartford Ky = 1t iBUSINESS COLLEGES ARE FAILURES IIn small CAltsenllannsbeoausah1 Therls not a sumntSopI1IoUonb L q su ZV J 2 SuehschooleeroususayeonuUCdty persons who are NOT nmlHUu or who IK make it a prattl e totravel eco t aed do 11i6 oppertunuiesfortheir Ir+y suchlocallties Ij 4 The TIIOROUGH business arelocttedln tliolarterdtlts nnd ducted by persons wl10 are uehh I t 0 The rlJUllleS cI busneso col sma1oIeor owm eon not secure cetaoImat Inlarlo dtl won t row n In lUkon with lha THOROUGH t h dassschoois AI business mcn time to exFOrlrmrtviih Tier foi e bevfise page owerrnyngtor aworthlesstr inLn at some BfYANT STBATTO f IUPINTSS OOLLLEt3L Loulvlne I tt r wr+ eG air Subscribe for The Republican 0- 1 e The Face of Old Hugh BY L 0 BROWN Copyright 1S08 by Dally Story Pub Co Hugh silt down before the fire and gazed Into the glowing coals There was physical warmth there hut Hugh shivered as from mortal cold lie arose and paced up and down the room in nervous agony inwardly cursing the stillncxs and trying to regain possession of his distracted nerves Vliy did 1 ever do it he gasped to himself again and again It is not worth ItIt is nut worth it And yet ever and anon he would come hack to the great nlldIYes there it w asthe paper which made him a millionaire or 1a pauper lit boil a conscience Hugh had anti it hurt him all till time He loved his Fast and all of the good things of this old world of ours and this inherit puce had permitted him to in ding himself Hut this miserable conscience and M this miserable will Then too there was the widow and the brave little boy and the little goldenhaired girl with her sun ny smile Of course all this really was theirs but he had it and he needed it Why why should such thoughts obtrude just when a mUll has got it all Used up Why in the name of all that is sensible dont I burn this mis erable document which exists only to threaten me and menace me said Hugh savagely to him self There is no other proof of the will This is the only proof that I am not the sole heir and yet I am keeping it and hug gang it to my bosom like a scor linn And yetand yet in the firelight ever is the picture of the sweelfaced little lady who mar vied my brother instead of me nod great good sense IlidIIh show when she did it and the fares of tie brave little boy named after Inaoh Jod the pity of it all and time little gold en haired girl named fur oar- IHtherohl the crime is un sjsalt able It cannot be it must I not IIIllutl yet and yet oh Hud T nuns f have the things I need All this wealth this inde pendence this luxury is so sweet I so necessary to me I cannot I give it up I cannot I cannot Hugh held the will close to the tire but tint so close as to scorch it Hum it burn it you blither ing fool he hissed at himself again and again hit the hand that held the document seemed to be palsied I will be fair with Ilwlen he went on I will see that slit timid the kids get all they want but if I let go then I am a pauper and a deiHMident Tutu I do not give but receive great Heaven I cannot I can not For hours the struggle raged as it Imd wiged before Then it ceased The man hud succumbed to the temptation lIe laid his haft ou his tuna mi the library table and solved like a child He knew what he was about to do mail he know that when he did it bis soul waa dead But then Wt4oI safety then WItH security then was joy with out apprehension and without fever 0la sudden lie aroused him self and stood erect in the II brary Again was he his old self i and ayaiu he held himself well in haul He clutched the will llnnlj in his luHid and laughed aloud IW lie thought of the men till strugglers lie had gone through But no be would take no ohamie tlx fire was getting low he w uJd stir it into a ruddy Ilu11 t- Ill turned to +eke the poker aid hie grwe happened to fall full upon the portrait of one of his iMitermtl Mice +tors one of the Fatliws of the Republic one of thin men who have UH all our liberty and nor opportunity a great face with its classic nose its straicbt mouth with the thin lips its high broad forehead its open honest fearless expression In the hand of the man in portrait was the pen with which he was about to sign the Declar iton of Independence for u I HUJhtlllncelltol wits of tllllf tuetI tie amid was one of those who actually did sign the immortal nlIlaIa linnIAn In looked into Old Hughs face young Hugh seemed to feel nounthing within him wither and break He laid the will hack on the table and pulled a chair In front of the picture of Old Hugh For a long time he sat timid gonad into the classic feal turcs He lit a cigar lull leaned bark in his chair reveling in a revert of thi bygone days The hisithe history of the great times in whirl Old Hugh lived He re membered how hits father had taken him on his knee and told t him of those heroic days and Iliad told hint particularly of the I I great sacrifice made by this pa r tjcuhir ancestor CMd Hugh to t do what lie coiidldWed hs full duty I 1 The high ideality in the fare of i 111InlrIheroic ijualities Limit also the hu titan qualities the wants desires temptations of the flesh I He crept close and looked long I I COT GIVE IT UP and earnestly into the face and lot it 8iiddinly ceased to be the face of a Father of the Republic but the face ota friend and com rude In the full red lips lie saw womens kisses and in the well rounded form lie saw all the evi ilemTM of good eating and good drinking Of a sudden this heroI of the picture had bicome human 10 nun I He went to the book case and took down a history of the revo lotion and read time chapter which his ancestor Old Hugh hud made It was a story of bravery self suerifte unyielding determination After he hind tin ished it Hugh looked aga ii lung and earnestly into the face in the portrait He thought of all the human things he say there and he reflected on till he had read And IIsitting here before of1mof whom is named for me and un oilier for my mother He laughed but it was a laugh not good to hear for it laid no mirth in it- Numned for moinud Old Hugh IK said and then he Iniighed again in the snow mirth Jews way I Of n sudden he straightened j up and reached for a Iud of writ I fug pair upon which he wrote as follows I IIMessrs Snmlley Upton Marsh Solicitors Gentlemen jl lute found the will of Hugh Strong supposed to hive been j destroyed by him and I inclose properIentire estate in left to niy broth er Prank now dooc wd awl will naturally puss to his wife and children I am not in position at present to repay the amounts I hmp drawn from the estate during the jxist year during iiMi I have hind poHiuaiion but if you will figure It out 1 will re store it to the state nt the cur Jiwt possible moment I am gititlenicn your most olxxHent servant j HUGH STRONG He put time lector smith time will in mi envelope ami went out into the blinding rain to tilt post box twO blocks away Tlnii here turned to tilt old library re moved his dripipng wrter Hat jmciits and stood before the per tmit of Old Hugh lIt thrust his hands deop ia his pockets and laughed not the nrfrthtesff lautrh of the early evening but e STRONG AgainIs Stovall of Tilton Oa said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia l Cur Hundreds of otherweak- women an being re- storedI I to perfect health by this rem edy YOU may be well If you will take- Indlgestloncauui It- nearly all the sick nets 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 all of the whole some food that maybe eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol curse Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belching heartburn and all stomach disorders Digests What You Eat DolUrlxmUktUiaH I rr pw 4 at tkt LM- tla I SJ Mtik s tb I rsurrdlOIMWItt I trltl or 10 nt lilt I I oOkls OIA StiHI by Z wAYNE ti ItIS FIN TIlE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner Now is the Time Now when this weather just makes one dream of the cool and delightful retreats of the Adiron dacksOf the Thousand Islands of the St Lawrence The thousand lakes and streams of Michigan Canada and the north westWhere one can roam with fishing rod along shady forest streams and swing the line out over the deep poolsOr paddle through quiet waters with only the music of the forest or the ripple of the water to break the deep quiet of the solitude Now is the time to consult your nearest Big Four Agent as to routes rates and information regarding your vacation trip Four cents in stamps will bring our Worlds Playgroud H J RHEIN G P A- Cincinnati 0 The Big Four the road with the service- S J GATES Genl Agt- Louisville Ky the iKHWty laugh or tile carefree boy I Hugh old boy howdy he crfuil f1 tr ni Ft l HairAutos to The Chicago girls latest idea in Automobiles is to have hers painted to match or set off her hairA I superb car thnt fociiscd nil pyen on Michigan avenue a fewI days ago was painted a rlcli ma hogany brown and the chief oc cupant of the tonneau was a young woman with a mass of red hair of n shade that illuminated tIll avenue She was dressed In brown the chnuireur wore a I brown uniform and by the ladyjs side sat a wiM rb Koston bull ter rier done in shining shades of I brownObviously said tin observant bachelor scarlet or green could not he so well carried out but yellow might bi Yes gasped his companion with a yellow pup tionsIentered You iirrd my story without permission he said hen hell Hxciwe mi replied tlie ed itor unit that story was market C011rlghitsWell Well yourself lsntt our copy correct tough tThereupon the editor being a busy IIHIII turned to more impor taut dutiesI y I Cumbeland b TELEPHONEI Theres nothing the matter with uiy business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and place ol business My business bas Increased and my wifes voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele andIYIJ MORGHN Mgr WtlfaEiD lEl1rII Ohio ConCircuit Court TFUIrkhnid Jnilm lien D lln iittiirney ear Mlilklff Jailer Ed 0 IlarriiM Clerk Frank I Yells Starter Corn ml laiit rY L Monde 1rute Jury fund It II 110rUII Sheriff llnitfonl liepiity MberlB8 Orllntlullnr 1 day In Jtnrclj and Aujtunt nod continues thru xovembertwoCounty Court Vf IlTnjrlor Judges VS Attorlleyllurt10illmonth MondayInCourt of ClnlranConrene flrst Monday In Jon OctoberOther leWeMlScboolCoronerJlno o 5 Tviotlc Cevirta rtSeptember xlSeptemberS BelllemherW It Edge Fordsrlll Mirch IS Jun a September Deiem ber Z1 JUII28Heptemhrrllertwrt Ilendir CentertownAIirchSO JOB 21 September 19 December SO John It Mlles IloekportMarch 31 Jan 10 September 30 December 31 ZZiLXtfoxdLFelica Court n n Wedding Jjidge J S mean City At tornev Seth lloneler Mnrshal Court cos r rene second Monday lu eui hmonth Zillerlous CrolcooM K Church South Berrlcee third Sunday each mouth at ii anand T p mooand secon Sunday at Tpm Prayer meetlngcrery Wedntt day Tenlnfr RevJAlewle Jastor- llnptlst Church MeVrlre held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday nod Sunday night and fourth Sunday end Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday erenlng hey A B Oordner pastor C 1 ChurcbServlree first Sunday In each month Bt 11 nmand7 pm ueT j D Hal nedpHstor School Trustee Hartford C II Crowe J S Glenn Dudley Ford C 11 tlarnett Dr E n Iendleton City CouncllJ II Williams Mayor CJtCrone Clerk II FL L Nlmmerman Dr K n Iondfton AD White Win Fair Wm Dean DrJ W Taylor Dert eoosu A O n W met Bret and third Friday night In earl month Hertford Lodge 4So 175 Ft A Masons flr Monday night In sarb month llirtlorl Tent XoDD Knights of the Matta beeeevery Thrinday nightIHoHBh laver LodmXo UOKnlghtsof Tythlo moetserery Tiesday night Ireston Morton rot No 40 AIthold erg ularmeetlnK S tardaybeforearstSnodaylBark mouthSouthern oJ v ft2L RaiwaySh- ortest i and Fastest Lines J JlOM LouisvillcDanville and Lexington =ro I LoulsanUtlie WestT- woI Fast Trains Daily running through solid from Danville to St Louis without change withconnec ting cars from Lexington as follows Lve Lexington 545 a m mIl Vestibuled coaches and Observa tion Cafe Car Lve Lexington 500 p m Lvt Danville 445 p m Lve Louisville 1015 p m I Arr St Louis 732 a m Pullman Sleeper and Free Reclin I ing Chair Car Most direct line to Chattanooga SouthiN C and the beautiful Land of countryI litcuaburew MORGAN I T- Lexington Ky H C ZING G P T A 11lF sl MuinLcxingtonKy F LOGAN T P A IT t Main St Lexington Ky 1 E COOK C P T A uf4 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C H IUJNGERFORDDPA 204 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G B ALLEN A G P A St Louis M- oSjribe I 1 I fur ii rl PCLLa or Hartford Republican1 FRIDAY AUGUST 3 SCHEME IS NOT FEASIBLE Proposal to Transmit Electric Power from Victoria Falls to Johnnnes I burg Ridiculed It is gratifying to note that the technical press has Hounded a uote of warning against the i proposal to generate hydraulic electric power at the Victoria falls of the Zambesi river and transmit it over a distance of 745 miles for use in the gold mines at Johannesburg says a writer in the Scientific American But although the proposal to deliver this power nt a figure that would be at once economical to the consumer rand profitable to the company has been ridi culed by the technical press the lily public is liable to be misled liy a Hellenic which on the face of it would seem to hold out flattering prospects of success At the present time the most im portant transmission of energy for commercial purposes is that from Niagara to Buffalo where the distance covered does not ex reed 20 miles The longest transmission according to present information is that which tsin successful operation in Cali fornia over a distance of about 225 miles so that the proposed transmission line in South Af rica will be UII per cent longer than anything that has yet been attempted According to Prof William E Ayrton who uQt long ago made a severe the scheme in the London TimesIthe Johannesburg trict consumes about horsepower at an a rage cost of X1O0 a horsepower a Niagara sends 24000 horsepower- to Buffalo where it is sold at about 125 a horsepower a year mid Buffalo as we have noted is distant from Niagara only 20 miles Furthermore in the neighborhood of Johannesburg are abundant supplies of coal rI which an excellent quality can delivered on the Hand for front 2JO to L a ton Even jf the Victoria falls plant wereklithe built and a great transmission line constructed it is not J iI ely that till important mining indus tries in Johannesburg would lie willing to trust the opera Mpn of their costly plants to the integ city of a few copper cables ex tending fur over TOO miles through the wilds of a saynge country HE LIKED IT ChollyWhat do you think of the engagement ling I gave your sister W11l1OEC Its great Sho lets me wear It when her other fullers Is cailin Cure for Insomnia A Now York clubman whose fiiiiily is known to take earnest 1 fJltillll lo his lull hours the 1result of his inordinate lure for bridge recently encountered his physician on the street How an you feeling these days asked the iiicdJco Very well indeed thank you replied the clubman hut Im a bit worried ajout my wife doc till tike suffers dreadfully from itiomwiu I Jiavc been on rill point fur noire rime of consult lug yiU aboii her case What would you suggest You might try gttng home earlier observed t lie physician Pretty had Who are you asked the city ran who IUIII been lured out to Iguevilh by the press agent of rlic real estate owner Oil 1 im Ihtoldest inhabit ant that you read so much about in the circulars trawled the sui Iv individual with sunken t 11113 Wht Why I thought they E il tbist you were the picture j UI uedlIuitSolnm xnwtcr the kind of health you get oUt litrI- Caccnlina and Fenrinfn- eDumley I we tEffyre making quite asocial IWH 1C yon but it doesnt seen tel Mutt yon Springerr0 ray wife and I nix still happy surfUuttirS SPREAD RUIN Bury Villages and shoat Sounds on Hatteros Advance Proves r1Tisittlble Tim prevailuip nfiwls from a little west of Ktutli haw rippled the helerogcuwms sands on Hat terns just jsoutli of the cape on rfhackelford jtt its southwest ex tremity and on the southwest side of Smiths i Land These wind ripples starlet fn sands ex posed br the removal of a strip of forest next the shore and have grows in sore Ho great sand waves which arc advancing on forests fields and homes As the sand warn has advanced it has taken tip wrcraH fret of the loose soil owr which it has passed undemualog nouses lay ing burr the roote of trees and exposing the IKUKS of the dead in the txmcivriiK- Diurasl rinds from the sea have piled the lauds into small wandcriag dears and hillocks and erea juaiftuw into sand waves which arw marching steadily inward awE shoaling the XnsI+ loi a solid ohstrcrtwm soon had a sand wave bant 1 a short dis leclIof II root wax mtched when 111I land gained eta xfcrj sound 350 feet in tea jiare On the BorlbtTD end of Hat teras island a wing village had been sinularir Inrrinf while the sand had entirely nossed the is Ijldd at acrvral ftrcv north of jhe rape This urtlsenlcnt of the sand wit stnrtedjuat after the civil yiar lij lit cutting of trees pextthe slwrr for flap timbers i nd the rct ioii is stiff known as till Onat 1Vwdvthough not a sjj of liinlMT amends upon it Ip dayslanainn Kutaif for two tulles crone ism IfatWras shore shallowercropOn KmJluft idxKJ it pilots vii lags hUll tecu buiT I beneath thin spud ware fur 11 notnC er of years lust this bas IKHS quits recently resurrected und its Bnusis are agjiin occnpkd Ua Cnrrituck savingsJptiopchtirely acrog= tlif JaniT and one marl moring before the advanc ing sand Lad at last built his house on piles lu tlu sound National Geographic Magazine Physdaas TbDUghtful Wife Several puyriciaos wre rela t ing how carefully therr wives looked after their interests and how diplomatic slur were in sav bug them from doing unnecessary night work Oni d ctor gave an instance draiotiKlrattag how the best laid IIIUJl8 or urea and mice oft misrarryWhcn 1I 101 liomi this morn ing at thrp 4irluri dead tired from tttenujlip1i a trying case he remarked l Iictost dreaded to look at Ihf Iran table upon whiiili my wife always leaves a note when Uicrc w tin urgent lelightel1Ithurried io11JF bedroom dud without lighting the gas mi dirsstdin the Ciirfc Iud tumbled into bed My head fotdx4 something on tile pillow J Jipfitcrf the gas 1o iiwsljgate nncl found that tn v thoughtful Wife huff pinned I lien a note so fast J should not fail tbfLe il inffvtnfng me that I wilts wanted si mw without fail to Ball on at tJaatuat patient as soon aa 1 arjirodJ home no matter nl whnf hoar l1+tltUI Itoxley vcmiNiit td swefde you know lie ImC half of bis great fortune in sjvtolixtibut vry suddeulj Yes and did yea near aitwrut Ills Heir No tfhatr When uc beam TIt was to receive what was Jrfl tha sudden joy drove him luioflessly ioisaueJ 4 I BIRDS AND NATURE LOVERSrWriter Tells Whjr English Warblers Have Permanent Place in LI ueINext to our native birds there are probably none of more gen oral interest to the nvernge American nature lover than the birds of England Personally I confess to a more intense desire to see and hear the nightingale skylark blackbird redbreast and other characteristic English spe vies in their haunts than that which has led me to the distant homes of tropical birds I say in their haunts with emphasis for 1 have at times with difficulty avoided hearing these birds in cages an unfortunate enough ex perience in itself and which hay bug long in mind a pilgrimage to their home would have deprived a first impression of half its force This longing to meet English birds at home is in pot due to the fact that they live in EIIIland in part to the place they occupy in English literature and in part to a desire to compare them with our own birds A meeting with the same birds In France or Germany would not possess half the charm of an initial acquaintance in England Nearly if not all we know 1I1ItI have read of English birds lends us to associate thorn with pas toral England with copse and hedgerow down and liioor with thatched roof and gray spire For those attractive mental pie tures we have to thank Words worth Shelley Coleridge Cow per and other makers of English literature to whose influence we must largely attribute the widespread interest in English birds which until recently at least I have been better known by name to most Americans than were our commonest native species So fur as birds are coiicprnod however the poets eon only shins ulate our desires without grati tying then and comparison of English birds with ours is flhi viously out of the question until one huts seen and heard both Rcribners Maguine President Falllerea Bet According to a story told President Fallieres or a member of tIle presidential household ilcently ran the riskof being prosecuted President Fallieres went to the trotting pees at StI Cloud According to the story he gave an uidedccump a gold louis bn entering the grounds and asked him to put it on such nndsuch a runner a horse which won the chief race of the day The money was paid into the parimtitucl the hot was entered j und the race won the otlicer went to draw the winnings of I the presidents louis The exact amount I do not know it IIII however immaterial it caused the officer to be congratulated shut the officer was modest and declined the congratulations It till came out in a minute or two the money was not his Now the French betting law of 18l decrees that nobody making bet may employ mi intermediary but must enter it at the par i Inntuel in person A detective n keen stickler for Inw thought he had a victim But the officer showedI his card told whose t was and talked quietly with thin detective for a few minutes In the end the president was let ofT Information In the Next World Barer tliah time phoenix says Ie Qaincey is this virtu Otis man who would consent to lose a prosperous anecdote because it was a lie but his namfe is legion compared with him who thinks it sin to work evil tlintj good may result None but good handle pitch without defile ment and that raises the para mount issue that has been Il SI tering mankind since God set the I nnl11l1we get to heaven we will have to I put up with the company of some I of our neighbors whom we never dreamed of meeting there A Disagreeable Trait I Why did you break off your engagement with him nsked one of the girls c Because answered the other curtly he began to exhibit a I most disagreeable trait of char t r He got so liej took up tor runnlllg110wlIu INot Love But Business I Mr MiFront His daughter is one of the most charming Yes Ive ben out at his house and he has uskci1mot to roll again let out You cant make me believe you roll on ljs daugh tot No I didnt call on his daugh ter but to collect a bill The Tail Tale LocketI BY CEANVILLE OSBORNE Copyright IWW by Dally Story Pub Co When the troop transport readied Manila Private Dilling ham went ashore on a stretcher Destiny hail decreed that lie should go to the hospital instead of to the camp across the bay wills the rest of the regiment Otherwise Dillingham would not have met lit Morton and haul he not met Dr Morton life could never have been the saute for tit least two people In the world I When Dr Morton looked into the fn e of Dillingham he start ed noticeably The stretcher bearers teal the others who were standing about exchanged glances of nnisllumtntthe as tonishment of the regular army not that of civilian social circles which is a very ditfcrHit thing Horton hail never been known to start before He was still posed to be as devoid of senti mast and emotion as the granite bowlders of his native state His tnnt face took on a pallor lines appeared at either Hide of his mouth l ilinlimy he ejaculated In a hoarse whisper Present said Dillingham febly He smiled a ghastly smile and plucked nervously at the blanket Covering the lower portion of his hill- ySIitathateI dont understand The surgeon groped for n sentence j loll you Well no more do 1 Its something west got to figure out doe If youll be kind enough to Imt1 me up somewhere mud give meSofreViI j to make me feel better Ill talk with you 4 The surgeon drew himself up quickly I keg your pardon Dillinghairi he sold in n dry forgottenIDM lingham 1 wouldnt have men tioned it only I feel as if 1 was going to unravel like an old stocking and Im afraid it isnt a good sign It isnt alllrmed the stir geon Dillinghani was drugged that night and this next day until till nlldIltJby his side plying a palm leaf fan I lad nothing especial to do the surgeon said in explanation of his presence I thought Id trop in and talk a bit Ihnd you brought to my room Its quieVer horn Your fever is ai Mad to hear it doe said nil linglmm Im ever so much obliged The two men looked into each others faces long and searching iy The ticking of the watch in the surgeons pocket Was dis tinctly audible Its tin scone old watch isnt it doc I havent heard It since the day you examined my heart but Id know its voice among a thousand Yes said the surgeon lilts the Hiime old watch Dot how ones it happen that youWereatdont believe I know re IIJ surgeon It was clear to me until you Clime but no iv I seem to ImlJ a muddle What are you doing out here yourself- r Oh Im out here to forget To forget what My foolishness I was doing my country 110 good at home There was nothing to hold me there 1- IIXothln to hull you there the suriieon receated like one in la d117eIlDidUhlllf you marry 111I1 I didnt Dilllnghnm as if in sudden pain lit saw through your little game doc umiIlalyd Im not that sort lof a fellow She wouldnt have married me anyway Thethe deuce slit wouldnt I No Your efforts doe in my i in her behalf were well meant JIIIIIn j My cVorts I Let me tell you doe You really lured her while I merelv thought I did HIT folks liked you They didnt like me I dont I blame theta I was good enough perhaps but I was a poor stick for a girl to marry no property or prospects There was a time I believe when the girl thought she loved me but it wasnt love it was human nature asserting itself against parental IIPJlO1Cil tion I used to meet the till grape arbor when 1 was fur houseIIhereI was there that night that Ill when you asked her to mar- i rv you I heed her refuse you I heard her tell you that slit loved another and tint other was myself Yes The surgeon was grasping the sides of the camp stool and his upjMr lip was drawn tightly over his teeth Later doeIt was the next i i I DOC HOW DOES It IIAlPBX THAT VOLt ore HKIIKT week I think the girl went away She had not looked h er fectly well for a long tinge and you IIH the family phyHicnn or tiered a change of air You rec ihiiivndcd a certain sanitarium ttjlln the hills and her father bundled her up there in short order but not before we had met inthV grape arbor and decided that yon were a scheming scoun drel We tet frt bitter towards yoir dot Thetj onp day you stopK d iio oer tUe street and lied to nip You +uiid l walTooking kindly that J should same where to reeupcrntepnt was beautiful sarcai4iudoc but I was too much of a fool to see it I told you I couldnt afford to go away You loaned me the money I went whom you suggested and we were together again slit and 1 with no rcslrictirintf to our lovemaking It was clever of you lint oM man IIRlllnllJ be fore your judgment was bad We were talking ride day Of the coincidence that hind brought ilK together mid comparing health notes timid are discovered that neither of us was sick In nn in stant we sass through Itullwe understood Nothing further was said and thud next tiny came the news of your departure with the troops And then Well lit just naturally packed 011 duds The snubs hud fallen froth our eyes She was nothing but a friend to me any more and I was nothing but a friend to her You should have seen her when she read tlie an nouncement of your departure dole It would have told you something sweet Horton blinked like n man who opens his eyes in a strong light I was disgusted with nlysel- and with her Dillingham went 011iJ knew then what my real sentiments towards her were and the revejution under the elm eU11sh ICS was not conducive to self complacency The way to my room led past the door of hers and the door was ajar I am a sneak by nature There was a little red plush box In the tray the box in which she kept her YL YV 43 Itrgastimesri uptoed in nee a thiefYoureu C Dont get excited doeYes it was a jiipiin thing to do I opened the box took a tiny locket from it for n keepsake Mold that was all I took the locket because It was the first thing my fingers touched and then j IIl- II have never soon her since I iiVe utter been back in the old town One day when I was U ttitlt more insane than usual I enlisted ami here I am vagueIt I want you to see the locket 1 stole It is in a iiocketbook III- I may trousers Just gel it will Till surgeon gut the pocket hook Dillingham closed his eyes HortonIlliittcrcd itIWhy isnt Iit 1 What the Dillingham saC upright for an instant and then sank bark again pulling at till oMiilng of his shirt Yes stnthat isnt the one here it la confound itllIrtMe Bang another locket at tliCV surgeon a locket which until then hud been susMiulcd nboufl his neck Hire nit thttllllItllIr lid said almost fiercely I mnatj have gone off my head when the fever rums on me aboard the shifj mull got them mixed Here thbJ one has your picture in it door its t hfilM 1 took rIlDlthto redlslx He lay upon hit pillow pants surgeonIfrom his forehead A long sl lets i Then Doe Yes r You will be going home soon soot4nThats right doe Youll find her waiting for you The surgeon raised Hilling hams hand from the coverlet and 4 grafted It warmly in his own Dillingham No reply Tit sleep of conval escence which crones rapidly and molds fast was upon the invalid With exceeding care the surgeon lifted the weary head mind re placed the locket trout the sleep ers neck Then glancing hastily about him III torched his lips to imle forehead QTIiYQL WTrfE88 r MaghitratteDo you know witness whether tho deceased was usually mol ancholy when ho was alone Witness No sir I dont You see I was never with him when he was alone Heltore Welt Lair of the Sea Serpent It is related by the earl of Yarmouth that on one of his yachting cruises he took it great 4liking to mi rid sailor whose principal duty was to see that tIll paint everywhere was in firstehis shape One tiny the shootfwhllejcreature was seen in a mllllltlhhl you ever nlkerIold I fellow paused in hiWlIJk and said AYemales with a cargo of rum JlalntIng I