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Che Iartferb Uqnblkan Fine Job Work Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a YearI iI VOL ZIiIIAIrFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 10 1906 No 4 I SUIT FILED HERE Candidate for Representative To Test Law i Seeks to Enjoin Clerk From Plac intr Name of Butler County Candidate on Ballot One of the most important suits ever iloil in the Ohio Circuit Court was bought hero lust Saturday by C P Keown a candidate for mem her of the House of Representatives against 1V S Tinsley to prevent from placing on the official Uu name of M J Johnson smother candidate who resides in Butler enmity The suit attacks the cut stitutionality of the recent act of th Kentucky Legislature in placin- I fAp Butler and Kdmonson countic- in OUI Legislative District The petition is brought by Attor neys Holt DuRell Haulbert and Worthington County Clerk Tinsley and M J Johnson lire represents by Attorneys M L Heavrin and Harnott Smith Judge Birkhead has set next Thursday to hear the question on general demurrer filed Siy Attorneys for defendants The petition in part is as foil oty The plaintiff states that he is itirxn voter and tax payer of the County of Ohio and State of Ken Lucky that he is over twentyfour years of age and has for more tha 2asidesthat lie is in all respects and eligible to be elected a Repr- fexuative and u member of the Ho k of Representatives of the Genial Assembly of the Commo- wealth of Kentucky and is eligib v qualified to be such member o Mid House of Representatives from the Representative District of Ke tuckf in which said county of is situ ated that he is now and for swine time past has been an announc i d hrfependent candidate for elec tion as member of said House of Itejjjresentatives from the Represen tative District embracing and com potKxi of said County of Ohio to beI 3ieH on the first Tuesday after theJ Lithatrnoreiionera each of whom is an electorI of Ohio county and qualified to vote in Olio county for plaintiff for mem ber of said House of Represents tie have petitioned the defendant W S Tinsley who is the duly elec ed qualified and acting County Clerk of said Ohio County to cause the name of plaintiff to be printed as- a candidate for election as member of said House of Representatives r from the 26th Representative Dis trict composed of said count of Ohio upon the ballots to be used at said election to be held in November 1907 that each of said petitioners has appended his name to a petition addressed to said defendant W S Tinsley clerk as aforesaid giving correctly the residence andt post office address of each and all of said petitioners petitioning said de fondant Tinsley to cause said plaintiffs name to be so printed upon said ballots as such candidate that the residence and post office address of said candidate designated ina said petition that said petitio- states the name and residence of said plaintiff as such candidate and rholdndaU of said subscribers to said petition desire and are legally qual Ified to vote for said plaintiff as a candidate for said office and that said petition designates a brief of name and title to wit Indepen er gent of the party and principle whteh said plaintiff as such candidate represents and designates a simple figure and device to wit a hatchet fly which he shall be designated said ballots Plan tiff states 4said petition of nomination of plainB tiff as a candidate for said office will lie tile with said defendant W S Tinsley clerk as aforesaid not more than sixty days nor less than fifteen I before said election in November 1907 Plaintiff states that S A Ander saceh County of Ohio over ttventyfo- years of age and residents in sai county and state for more than two years next last past anti that each of said persons is an announced cans dote for nomination by the Republi can party as the candidate of said party for the ollice of member of the House of Representatives of the General Assembly of the Common wealth of Kentucky from said 2Gth Representative District of Ken lucky composed of and embracing election11 tto be 1907 unrtit of 1e Commonwealth of Kentucky and ap proved May a lfc95 entitled An butyit t was provided that the 26th Repre sentive District of the Commonwealth of Kentucky should be com posed of the County of Ohio that said act is still in full force andef feet and that qualified voters of the said County jpf Ohio arc entitled to elect a member of said House of Representatives without any voters of any other county participating i thsa wus an act An Act d i wising the state of Kentucky into DintIIsai state should be composed of the Edmoen son states said ac were valid under the Constitution tnCommonwealfth act unconstitutional and void t Constitutionnthe United States and of the tution or the State of Kentuck Said alleged act is in violation of the provisions of the Constitution of the United States andof Kentucky which guarantee to every state in this Union a Republican form of government and to the citize thereof equal rights and representa on Said alleged act is a violatlo the first second third and fours sections of the Constitution of Kentucky and is a violation of the alxt section of said Constitution whic provides that all elections shall be violationt of Ken tucky which providesrThe first General Assembly of er the adoption of this Constitution 1 shall divide the State into thirty eight Senatorial Districts and one DistricYas asmay t be without dividing any countryI except where a county may ldistrictsrial and Representative Districts fore years Not more than twof counties shall be joined together to form a Representative District Provided in doing so the principl- requiring every district to be nearly equal in population as may be shall not be violated At the explrb Ion of that time the General Ase tonn years thereafter redistrict theStateb according to this rule the expressed in this section tlitytlfroming the largest territory No par a county shall be added to anothncounty to make a district and thep counties forming a district shall contiguousdMoss and Thompson solitDam Plaining Mill Co t71ltiTORB A Z98Ip r BlOOMING AND PROSPfROUS Is Shreve Local A S of E lembersdSecretary Loyd Urges Tobacco IGrowers Pledge to SignI Shreve Ky Aug 7 190G Editors Hartford Republican Shreve Local No 1 has over nn hundred members we meet twice a month now one week Saturday at Shreveschool house two weeks later at Trisler school house both Locals come under same charter We have some live and energetic officers Mr Jno C Overton our esteemed and honored President has been a President and successful Master untiring and ever ready to go far and noar to meetings of any kind where there is a vision of doing good for the Equity cause and with the assistance of our ExSecretary Mr Jis N Shreves who is always at the helm vith Mr Overton andour worthy and efficient VicePresident Mr C T Whittinghill with his broad and willing shoulders to the prestcurately keeps the books of our or der is one who helps to make the old wheel turn All in all we have a probyud at byJright place When he demands orJ boyttiVeheall of course we are compelled to have or haisur atrevery EquiytY I lowing resolutions were adopted Resolved That any officer fadiato be at any meeting of this Local without an acceptable excuse should be fined fifty centsInaResolved That any committeeman or delegate failing to discharge his ehr each offense withhus to important matters and they were careless and neglected to act While the fine is a small sum it may re some of their duty and cause interesttI hear some of our members in speaking of our Local say they should or should not do so andsThey are trying to get me into some that is not altogether to my or personal interest Now agaihn s are one body united fend as quot United we stand divided we It We are on the winning side We are on top and have the world by the bayass en grip for if tail holds break our is gone Now is the time for Equity man to get into the and pull hard frir the up of a breastwork of nerve to not let any trust agent lead him into ruin by his shining shekels and oily They will be around by and and they will work many schemes get our tobacco but boys they it howte t a mistake and full to sign theI pledge The trusts will have by the nape of the neck if YOlll pool your tobacco I knnwI we need all the money to pay our debts buy machinery our famlli es knnstv j we are getting as much or more advanced on our tobacco when we pool it than we got in all before the S of E began to spread her downy winos and now wo have the privilege of getting a contingent peSIf we will just have the stability courage and manhood to stay with it twists will soon all be on eaey street and not be Old Hayseed but Mr Farmer and we can li in white houses with mowen lawns overhung with lovely flowers Our wives and daughters can glide down the gravel driveway in their up- I holstered surreys while Mr Farmer can ride about his farm and with a smile look over hs broad fields loaded with grain and tobacco and fee glad away down deep in his heart because he is at last from under bondage and oppression a free man making his own honest and living prices on his products can looka man square in the face and feel that he is somebody Boys for Gods sake and for the sake of our country and last but not least our wives andchildrenI tell you brother when we come to the wife and chil dren it is feeling away back into heby tender part of mans heart We are living and working for them and when you put out your hand to sign that pledge think of the great good you are doing think of your loved ones think of your neighbors and their families Boys how can we keep from signing the pledge We cordially invite our brothers in Equity to visit us We meet Sat urday Aug 11 at Trisler and Sat urday Aug 25 at Shreve at 2 oclock p m Yours Truly W A LLOYD Cor Sec byAskins Ky THE NEW PLEDGE New Proposition of Louisville To o batto Warehouse Co Being Approvalve The following pledge for t years crop of tobacco is bring dis tributes among the tobacco gro ors for their approval It will noted that much better advances re to made than heretofore as has been the prediction of prominent to bacco growers all along the line This will be glad news to the masses who toil in the production of the weed and is striking evidence of the success of the tobacco growers organization through the American Society of Equity The pledge is as followsWe the undersigned persons whose signatures appear below for and in consideration of the sums tonot be advanced by the Louisville Tobac co Warehouse Company and nth sums that may be procured on t following named grades of tobacco Extra A 6 A 5 Extra B 550 5 C 5D 4150 0 Extra 40 350 H 350 Trash 2 Common Trash 1 hereby appoint engage and employ the Executive Committee of the Green River Tobacco Growers Association of the American Society of Equity of Ohio county Ky and their successors viz David Morec land John P Foster Warren Lind ley J R Weller T H Balmain J P Miller John M Graham M F Sharp and Mace Jones our sole agents to sell for us our respective crops of tobacco to be raised by us or that we may control during the year 1906 We agree and bind our selves to it to prepare for market all of the tobacco that we may raiseI or own or control during the year 190G in the way and manner it may desire or designate and deliver the same at the plebe and to the person may name and to allow said committee to have full and complete doIagree fulIItpreparationtobacco 11of11Koneyby Z Wayne Griffin Bro eGENT HAYES Addresses Good Sized Audi Thursdayve Merciless Arraignment ot Machine Methods at Frankfort Wasting Taxpayers Money Attorney General candi gelfor Governor addressed the people of Ohio county at the Court House yesterday afternoon from 1230 to 2 oclock Gen Hayes is a native of Bell county having been elected Attorney General he is a member of the Board of Sinking Fund Commis sioners which has the entire man agement of the fiscal affairs of the State Judge Hager his opponent is also a member of the same board reason of his position as Auditor The Governor Treasurer and Secre tary of State are the other members Mr Hayes entire speech except a few illnatured flings at Republicans was an effort to show that he is the only honest man on the Board and can do no wrong His attempt to comparingpleased to call him fell flat on an audience composed largely of Re publicansHe that the State has been systematically robbed by the payment of large fees to special Attor practicallynoIn one contract for printing the State lost 23000 and m another 13000 The greatest graft accord ing to Mr Hayes is in the building of the new Capitol building In the first place an Architect has been employed at a cost of 95000 when a better one could have been had for bhi8 would have cost 800000 It has al conbe000 before it is completed After having convicted his folks of all sorts of graft and misappro priation of State funds seeming to realize what he had done he declared they were not Democrats but Republicans Thus attempting to fasten on that party all the odium of his associates However this also fell flat as most persons present remembered that Beckham Hager and others were elected along with Mr Hayes on the Democratic and on the Republican ticket three years ago If they have madhe aBn unnecessary in Ohio county as we have no other kind here In someI other parts of the Commonwealth I they are not so fortunate Rockport Schoolhouse Burned Jnst before noon last Sunday th schoolhouse at Rockport was discov ered on fire All effort to save the building failed and only a few seats of the school furniture were saved The upper story was occupied by the Masonic lodge All the jewels paraphernalia and furniture of theI lodge was burned The loss on the building is estimated at 1600 The loss on the school furniture jewelsI paraphernalia and furniture in the lodge rooms is not known but will amount to several hundred dollars There were several highly prize portraits in the lodge room that were burned Meeting of County Uulon A S of E A meeting of the County Union American Society of Equity is called meet at Hartford Wednesday August 15 at 10 oclock a m The meeting is called for the purpose of considering the wheat question am take up the tobacco pledges for It is desired that a very full be had of both the pledged unpledged tobacco The UIIL I districts as provided in the county bylaws Let us have a complete report as we must have entire report from the county at State Headquarters by the 17 Jost DAVID MORELAND Pres Wedding on Wheels A peculiar and somewhat rustic if not romantic marriage took place in the southern end of this county last week when James Lucas and Miss Rosa Kincaid were made one Lucas anelarove of his sweetheart joinedhimresidence of Rev C W Boles and were married in the buggy driving back home in connubial bliss Etovn News EIGHT MORE DAYS Of The Free Trip to The Mainrmoth Cave Con testIOnly Eight more days of our contest r for free trip to the Mammoth Cave The contest as heretofore an nounceed will close at 5 oclock Sat urday August 18th Robert Davis g RoyKeownRowe Condit and Carroll Smithnow lead in their respective districts but it is hard to tell what the next eight day will bring fourth As we predicted last week we are convinced that a surprise is in store for some and may be all the candidates The standing of the various candi dates is asfollowsDISTRICT No1 Darrell Sullenger Hartford 240 Robert Davis Hartford 805 Ernest M Coleman Beaver 90GodfreyDISTRICT No2 Johnie Wallace Rosine 240 DISTRICT No3 10Bernice f Palmer Loyd Narrows 5 7ElijahAlbert Baughn 62 DISTRICT NO4 Roy Keown Fordsville 109j y6Arthur e DISTRICT NO 5 S Talmage Davis Beda 102 Jesse C Smith Taffy 1120 Sherman ChamberlainNocreek 1561 DISTRICT No6 John Morton Ceralvo 10 Vig Morton Smallhous 60 a Ben Kimmeli Ceralvo 2 Frank KuykendallCentertown 4 138eDISTRICT No7 Carroll Smith McHenry 285 Roy Brown McHenry 80 Orlett C Carter Rockport 23 Carl Davenport Cool Springs 14 Raymond FrancisRenJer 6 Additional Real Estate Bargains 120 acres Rough River bottoms Hartfordeon public road on north 40 acres in excellent state of cultivation remaind er well timbered with oak gum ash maple and hickory Good dwelling stable and other outbuildings Will land and timber together or either separate from the other 95 acres Rough River bottoms considered the richest soil iri the neighborhood on what is known as the big ditch three miles West from Hartford All well timbered with anddthe land or will sell land and reserve timber or will sell all together BARNETT SMITH Real Estate Dealers ASofE Notice Each A S of E Local in Corm well Magisterial District No2 is requested to send representatives to meet with Mt Pleasant Local No 11772 on Saturday Aug 18th 1S06 for the purpose of organizing a Dis trict Union and attending to any other business that may come before thebody B H ST WAJt- TCnrrespondirg Secy Herald please copy t4sCrr N y STAR WITNESS For Prosecution In CtseAeakisti Jim Hards for Murder of Br Cox Shot J Jackson Ky Aug 8 reached here this morning that As for flu mstJi1l11HarJrls Dr Cox was fired upon from as j bush near his home in this county tin Middle Fork of the Kentucky rivet yesterday evening One shot trwi iilig1wound Bloodhounds have s He was on his way home from Irvine where he had testified before Judge IBddell as a witness for the Commonwealth vs Smith and Abati in a motion for bail Spicer made a confession in hot the Cox and Marcum cases In the latter he claimed that just hefcrl the killing of Marcum he had iffSj sent to summon Jett and White tm the court house and in the Cox cast he told of seeing Smith and Aimers the scene of the murder 11UlatIncssSince his confession Spicer has be threatened several times by riftl at the men involved by his story aatfj oIitwfuld be assassinated j Frightfully Burned IIiFHe applied Bucklens Arnica Sale with too usual result a quick aarU perfect cure Greatest healer ZClJ eanh for Burns Wounds Sorwff waYttCIGriffin 11Josephpelf Memo is exciting nUl r amusement in Paris where be JOT i ades the streets dressed only in aj flowing white robe reaching to the N knees aril wearing a gilt circle on hie bead His hair and beard of 2 I tick golden color have never reD cut He earries a long white stand i years sandals He says he KEBQ Jjllifhasj on the ground whatever the vealU 1 er may be and lives entirely on vtvr ctables He believes that wn should eat no animal or mineral pn duct and will not even use salt wfthj his vegetables Death Bolts Tiny Mark Near JefEersonville IndTecentfy i Goo Plaskeit a well to do farmer was instantly killed by a lightnisj bolt that came from a practical dear sky The most peculiar Jeai Kre of the tragedy is founded in 111t Cast that sot a mark of any mane tar vas to be found on the body If Fhz eit bet an examination aIr s Jbat shower a small round hole chxr red at the edges PlEikeit had started from hishowi to the barn a few hundred fee I away just as a small white Uooi e was passing When lie had covered i dioot halt the distance there came flan of lightning followed byapealt of thunder when Plaskeit dropped I jo the ground dead Model Philanthropy t last before poor old Joni dig I I he nutfie his wife promise that tVe w reld not marry again Poor oldchaphe always was1 ikind to his fellowmen Snake Choked Sleeper F EL Feve an employe of the Northern Electric had a thrilling I experience with a snake Tuesday motsviag Feve with two compnnj ions occupies a tent our n jjzEny sues in the western porn of OTf1I 3le was awakened by a feting I uf straiiKiiLotiDn He attemptdi in cry nut hut so tightly was bin throat bound heramefcfaIiaaiu no soaiuf As he aaralce Bw realized that somethiaj I rust be done or he would the33 grabbed frant1caI1Yfrhi8thnIt Lx hi cd ibssje snake which had coilid 5l sgtifanxad his neck Hefntntfca7v in r Spiffed the coils loose the reptile inasjting him and biting him in t 1 ul l JHs two companions awafcaitsS tit t iT 0 rM t THE GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE Majesiic jFnaLYSMISnmi Jia tftjr noise come to Feves rescue 3heiSTO pulled the snake away and thre 7iit to the floor where it ghd davay while men attended to MrI Fevers wound The reptile gOJlMt snake Tire Yellow Fovor Germ recently been discovered It bears a close resemblance to the ma To free the system JlU disease germs the most effect ETO remedy is Dr Kings New Life ifils Guaranteed to cnre all dis JIUIS due to malaria poison and con ation 25c at Z Wayne Bros JErug Store Sunflower Pbflosopny A doesnt feel that there is n jijlanty of food unless therein enough down in t 4gxl who has a courteous digni fticdi manner does not need to wish fans pretty face She will be ad mMda11 right Thars is this much to besaid about iiitfef niness of man every time He bulisa castle in the air he puts a dllroent woman in it I Whir children love their step JaTotheBfchsir father gets a good deal iaiotwditfrom the neighbors for his Jjuhpienb In picking her out 1u mm doesnt learn anything t3nezrows older he learns that I I t is mote than a waste of time to base fnollfrendsIAn AiSahiaon woman claims to have wav otitraled nerves because she lean onia telegram with no more Gamottba than she would show in opartingacan of corn As man doesnt know any more shoals tEe Hhesin the hand than he 3nawa how much lard goes into pie ratsb but he can get a girl to let ibianilmldiher hard any time while he JTjpitends to krowaH about it Xmong the many things one sighs ffir and finds disappointing when ifpuod1 is included getting your iucfe acratched When you finally jpedialffiof someone willing to do it iheucxiicbing is never in the right iplaoe andibia either too heavy or xolgiih A Feat Indeed j I looked up and saw the little girl zhscvin gum with her feet sprawl isf into the ante she said Sasie Jones take that gum out I jfyNunmoutib and put your feet Lipplacotfs Magazine I r- CTrcShan tkr Tl toiYwlUwAlwirBoi i I 71 15 gallons of waterWhereheated to the pressure water Is used this malleable Iron pinextensionboiling while breakfast water front whicht has more is cooking When water gets too hot reservoir surface than any be moved abundance stsfacan yIfrom fire by shifting jkheatingwater to V the leaver shown reservoir of the house II takes the = M 0 a TO PROSECUTE Lexington Attorney Yields to the Desire of Arthur Goebel Lexington Ky Aug 4 Attorney Charles J Bronston of this city will be the leading counsel in the prose cution of the accused assassins of William Goebel succeeding the late Thomas C Campbell having it is reported yielded to the importunity of Arthur Goebel who said it was the wish of his assassinated brother Bronston served in the senate with Wm Goebel and the two were frequently in opposition particularly- on the Goebel election law During the legal contest for the office of governor which followed the elec tion under that law Bronston re fused to accept employment in the case from the Republican side and this naturally aroused the apprecia tion of the Democratic leader Senator Bronston was not employ ed in the beginning of the trials of Powers Howard and Youtscy three of the alleged murders but will have active charge of the prosecution of Caleb Powers at his forthcoming trial in Scott county TO REPUBLICANS We are anxious to have every Republican in close touch and work ing in harmony with the Republican National Congressional Committee in favor of the election of a Republican CongressThe campaign must be based on the administrative and legislative record of the party and that being so Theodore Roosevelts personality must be a central figure and his achievements a central thought in the campaign We desire to maintain the work of this campaign with popular subscrip tions of One Dollar each from Republicans To each subscriber we send the Republican National Cam paign Text Book and all documents issued by the Committee P O Box 3063 New Yqrk Should Rceive Consideration Talk of a revision of the Tariff antitrust income tax and freedom for the Philippines together with severalother very important ques tions of vital effect to the life of the nation is Democratic party talk These questions are all of great im portance to the American laborinS KllmerCoBlnghamton For SeJe Only By t Etl P BARNES t BEAVER DAM KY oI j Visit Our jt DEPARTMENT You arc heartily invited to call today and inspect the most wonderful cooking apparatus in the S5 worldmade almost indcstructablc made of malleable and charcoal iron The MAJESTIC be ing the only Stove made of malleable and charcoal a iron you can readily see that if quality is consid ered the MAJESTIC in a class all alone We want you to call if you intend to buy or not as the information gained will serve you in the future The time will come when you will buy a MAJESTIC iFull Line of 0 K Cooking Stoves Carried in Stock f 1C jlarruiarerra par BRONSTON victoryJAMES BRO STOVE man and the farmer and as the campaign advances both will no doubt receive a great deal of careful thought Will the fact that the farmer is receiving the highest productsIhigher wages than ever before paid in this country and that the nation State and county ara ruling on th top wave of prosperity receive any consideration whatever when all these get to studying the Democrat ic platorm We believe they will Paw Paw Mich True North erner i Extra Novel- Customer This novel I bought of you yesterday is imperfect Its put jnto covers with the last chapte- firsti I Bookseller My dear sir pardon my carelessness That is one of tho special editions for ladiesBoston Transcript IMiss Tantalizing If the pretty girl knew how tempt ing she looked when she clasps her hands behind her head and leans back in her chair she would do itjust th same u u DO YOU GET UP- i WITH A LANE BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reids the news papers Is sure to know of the wonderful cures trade by Dr Kilmer SwampRoot the great kidney liver remedyIte cal triumph of the nine teenthcentury dis r1 byDrafter years of nent kidney and blad specialist and Is curinglamebles and Brights Disease which Is the worst term of kidney trouble pr SwampRoot Is not recommended everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found lust the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private among thehelpless too poor topur chase rellerand has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample battle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and send your address to is l der AIIi 101D05 UWUD 1UOU druggistsDontthe name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BlnghamlonN r A Peculiar Dream 0 L Johnson fire chief of Owens boro Ky was the victim of a peculiar accident which may result In his death He dreamed that an alarm of fire had been sounded and springing from his bed began groping for the sliding pole that led t hecame a genuine alann which only half awakened the chief He sprang for the pole but still being under the influence of the dream missed his hold and fell to the floor below a distance of 13 feet His condition is critical Inheritance Depends on a Horse atr50000 Mrs Margery Harris late of East Pike Rur township Washington county Pa in her will filed bn quests with a peculiar condition at tachedHer children are all dead and her entire estate is divided among six herIteo upon on which he was raised Provision is made in the will for the turning of the entire estate into charitable channels if Turk is neglected All the good qualities of Elys Cream Balm solid are found In 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 I Obstinate old cases have been cured in a few weeks All druggists 75c i I including spraying tube or mailed I I by Ely Bro66 Warren Street new- York I IWhenA Democratic contemporary makes the reckless assertion that the declaration in the Democratic platform that Tariff taxes shall bo levied for revenue only strikes at the very root of the trust evil It is well known that this has been the fundamental principle in Democratic I doctrine ever since the party came into existence and is inserted in evJ ery platform But we all know how j it works There are some lessons that burn through bitter experience I into the dullest brain and this is one J I of them Those cannot forget if rG REAL ESTATE If you have a farm town lot dwelling or any other Real Estate findders sale All you 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 and goodwater Price reasonable One Farm four miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con sisting of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn n at a bargain 40J acres near White Hun adjacent to the I C U K half Caney Creek bottoms all cleared goodorchard two good wells price reasonable u bargain for some one further information furnished on application 100 acres 1 mile from the Court House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high stile of cultiva gooddwellingfour wells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur nished on application- A twenty acre tract two miles North from Hartford on the Owens boro and Hartford road within 1 mile of School house excellent neighborhood good barn and out buildings moderate dwelling and a fine well of water A bargain at 500List your property with us We will find a buyer BARNKTT i 8N1TH Republican Office Hartford Ky 4 they would that Tariff for revenue only when given an opportunity for a test during the last adminis tration of Grover Clevelandstruck at the root not of trusts but of prosperity that it paralyzed the en tire commercial and industrial fabric of the nation drove millions into bankruptcyisuffering It is like the old story of 4thatbarn is lost but the rats escape and lay low for the coming of another barnBay City Tribune t Y r a- 4 DENATURED ALCOHOL New Law Providing for Its Pro duction Free Will Work a Revolution As the subject of denatured Alco holseems to be better understood the magnitude of the revolutio- which the new law will work in more ways than one grows with the study of it At first is was o jected to as class legislation Internc- trl to favor the production of alcohol for the benefit of the distillers by enabling them to sell more of it But this proves fallacious inasmuc- as u alcohol f y the purpose ofclena 0 Auralization can be made mo cheaply and out of many more su stances than the grain used in the distillation of spirits as beverages so that there will be no benefit conI erred by the law upon suchcl On the contrary it is quite sure that the benefit will be to no particul class of persons but to the people at j large It will benefit the farmers in all sections of the country by onuhl1 inn them to derive a profit from many vegetable substances which now go to waste or cannot be utili ed profitably Besides this it wi insure the production of a substan 1 better adapted for lighting heating and for use as a fuel for motor t other gas engines than natural artificial gas or the production petroleum and siiailar substances It may prove a competitor in the market with the products of the t 4 Standard Oil Company and others in the same trade but this will be Ic gitimate and be a healthy check to the exactions under which the people have long this Some sufferedI will cause may be gathered from a fow wellknown facts The tax of i 110 per gallon on commercial alco hoi has rendered its use for power fueland light prohibitive although for these uses it can be manufactur cd for less than ten cents a gallon With the tax off it can be sold profitably at a slight advance over this figure enabling it to suppla nt bqth gasoline and kerosene which it is cleaner and safer Pot tots beets the stalks as well nolasll8Cing pure alcohol with which to runI engines cook meals and to beaten d light house Sugar and starch jijwhen fermenting yield about half I their weight in pure alcohol About onefifth the weight of potatoes rg the wei ht of thcornthe sugar beet are fermentable su gars and IItarchesJI if Deafness Cannot Bo Curoa by local applications as they cunn reach the diseased portions of the ear There is only one way to cureII deafness and that is by an condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachin Tube When this tube issi- nflamed you have a rumbling sound or and when it itentirelyJ suit and unless the inflammation can be taken out tube restored to itse t normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out ten arc caused by Catarrh which i nothing but ut inflamed condition the mucous surfaces We will give one hundred dollarb i Eforand case of Deafness catarrh that cannot be cured i Halls Catarrh Cure Send for ci culars freeF J CHENEY Toledo O Sold by all druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation as t1VisitorHow pJishetnumthe beach injgreat style and goes away brokeaA word of truth in a few words Nearly all other cough cures are constipating especially those containing opiates Kennedys Lax 4 tive Honey and Tar moves the bow els Contains no opiates You can Is get it at Z Wayne Griffin BroIT Pay or no Divorce to 1nrorlt crUIODh Circuit Judge Birkhead has put into effect a ruling in the Hancock Circuit court which strikes terror to wouldbt grooms in many cases and serves to get a financial move on some of them that is wonderful behold In substance the rulin- says + J to divorced parties that your A Valuable AgentT- ho glyccrlnn employed In Dr 1lprcoi enhances the medl anholdshol would It AK posnenseg medicinal jirojiertlos of Its own being a valuable antiIrrmentof the flack Cherrybark Golden Seal conlalnrrl ln-gnalfectlonanmended ly ttandard medical authorltlc wastlnitawaywIuk tomach ue In tho tarty tagllI of thedulib the lolden Seal root Stone Queen root and llluck Cherrybark I eIlrahand bringing about a healthy condition of whets 1IlItem Of counw It mar ellttages It will corn Very Ilwrrr oblltln Inrynbacute rough It not Miiffeullvi1 It IN In the IingerDl cough or those of long Mnndliig wen when accompanied by bletdlng from mOlltI tiro ertle and uw of the several med IlereenTthis medicine him such a of application In the cure of JIl- lu awalglE Is Itnllul1ld Tho11INor Ilcrce rOil tain no alcohol or harmful habitform enclbottleSick jieople especially those mifferlng inviterzI1 llrCeDr 1lerces Medical Adviser lsentrron receipt of Mntmi to pay cxpenso of clotorcopyf judgment fa noneffective and of n avail until you pay the cost In tour involved in the suit for divorceIa recent trial a young eyes sot on a fair applicant for a beIup he could proceed to drive double with the lady who had previously been hitched However love will finda way and in less than two expandedIappear ed to be for all the world an em bryonic Croesus Luckiest Man In Arkansas Arkannsince tho restoration of my wife health after five years of continuous coughing and bleeding from the lungs and I owe my good fortune to the worlds greatest medicos Dr Kings New Discovery fbrConsump tion which I know from experience will cure consumption if taken in time My wife improved with first bottle and twelve bottles completer e cure Cures the worst coughs and colds or money refunded At Wayne Grillin Bros druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottles free ofCabbage Salad For one quart of finely chopped followsIeach of salt and pepper rub onefourth of butter to a cream Isto the boiling vinegar boil five boatelnt pour while hot over the cab bage bilfy Dsor are GriffinrA Word With Advertisers The more attractive a man makes his advertisements the more efficient money bringers they will be A neat article of publicity is stronger upeIn the store and when taste In its preparation one j to find taste in the arrangement of the goods th advertisement represents Most wholesalers this fact tak aiIforthawholesalers method of advertising equally goqd for the retailers In fact it would seem a- more f importance to the retailer th the wholesaler to have his tisements as beautiful as ones means will permit People love the beautiful and hence what to the has even the appearance of something beautiful is attractive to them T lg 4 of a BEAUTIFUL MEDALS To Be Given Soldiers For Ef ficiency in Targetp Practice Adj Gen Lawrence of the Kentucky State Guard has issued f information of members of the gunk a circular announcing that gold and silver medals will be given at the Henderson encampment for target duririencampment The list is as follows governI for efficiency at target practice by State troops at Henderson dur puuance of all concerned The Governors medal a got medal emblematic of the military championship of Kentucky for the year 1906 for best total score made during the encampmet by any men ber of the Kentucky State Guard Regimentalchampionship medal A gold medal to each regiment for best total score made by any mem berSignal Corps medal A silver medal for best total score made by any member of the Signal Crops Hospital Corps medal A silver medal for best total score Hospitt A silver medal for best total score made by any member of each company heis company or corps regi mental medal and the Governors medal The highest score possible is 16 and consists of two sighting and ten shots for record at 200 yards position of sitting or kneeling and two sighting and ten shots for reo cord at 500 yards position prone with head toward the target There is nothing so pleasant as that bright cheerful ut peace wil h dossn so conductive to good work an good results The hcalthly man- with a healthy mind and body is a better fellow a better workman a better citizen than the man or woman 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 thea morbidness and the blues Keep your stomach in tune and both your i brain and body will respond Little j indiscretions of overeating can be easily corrected and you will be sur prised to see how much better man j you are Try a little Kodol For Dyspepsia after your meals Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Was Not Acquainted t ln preparation for Benjam Franklins birthday anniversary ts teacher required the pupils to a their parents something about that person or bring picturesorclippin from the newspapers All were prepared but one little boy whoc ran in late and breathlessly ed Teacher my mother never knew Ben Franklin Why does the sun burn Why does a mosquito sting Why do wei feel unhappy in the Good Old Sum met Time Answer we dont We use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve I and these little ills dont bother us Learn to look for the name on the box to get the genuine Sold by Z Wayne Grffin Bro teanailsey a h Ianed was upc when another fisherman came to his weteer that his line ran through the I I We like best to call anSCOTTS EMULSION- a food because it stands so emephatically for perfect nutrition restormnew especiallyto t of a medicine eamplg mist is e9r NtwYw- kSocndfioo I all dregit s bung hole of a beer keg and a fish on the inside had swallowed the hook sort was too large to come through the bung hole It is sup osed that the fish went into the keg when small and grew up to full fish hood in there as it weighed four pounds and the hook coming through the bung offered an induce bited of the Leigh folks but it may be that the fish darted into the keg when he grabbed the hook and swelled up proporg the keg to get him out Then again it may have beena lie Prof Tyler of Amherst college said recently A man can live comfortably without brains no man sysdbydcaring for their digestion realize the need of the use of a little corrective after overeting A corros tive like Kodol for Dyspepsia It digests what you eat Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro The Hatpin Menace- A girl no matter how pretty who bristles with the points of obtrusive hatpins is a menace to the public welfare and should be legislated against like mobs and invasions A Healing Gospel The Rev J C Warren pastor of Sharon Baptist Church Belair Ga saysof Electric Bitters Its a Godsend to mankind It cured me of lame back stiff joints and com plele physican collapse I was so weak it took me half an hour to walka mile Two bottles of Elect ric Bitters have made me so strong I have just walked three miles in 50 minutes and feel like walking three 0more Its made a new man of me Greatest remedy for weakness and all Stomach Liver and Kidney com plaints Sold under guarantee at Z Wayne Griffin Bros Drug Store Price 50c 0 Swallowed Watch Up in the north country purticu larly in Lancashire there are many amature nights at the vaudeville theIperformers at one of these competi tions given last week at Preston was Thomas Marsden a Lancashire lad who claims to be a conjurer For one of his tricks he borrowed ia watch from a lady in the audience It was a small enameled afft Then Thomas intended to show his skill in sleightofthroat performance I But he didnt The best he could do was to swallow the watch And it is still swallowed phyIsiciansthe watch to the lady Thomas is oppraIiI was at her particular request that Thomas went outside of the thea againsthI casegsNeb woman who was cently sent to prison for stealing aI diamond which she swallowed and I would not or could not London Cor Washington r diSgOrge1 81B TORXA Bapil8lutara Seeing by Wire Nearlytwoyearsagoitwasannouncd daily newspapers that a certain Jan I Szczepanik had invented an appara us for seeing by wire much in the same way as one can hear by wire through the medium of telephone The publication of his patent in due however revealed nothing more than the old selenium cell idea veryIstartlingsurmise that Szczepanik was no dif ferent from the many working at I this enticing problem except in so far as he had been indiscreet enough- to make a premature announcement I f successLondon Electricity j 0 By a Victim Sonny Pa what is asafety match Pa looking carefully about to see if his wife is within hearing distance A safety match my boyI when baldheaded man majries an armless womanNew Zealand Free Lancet c 4 AvtgdabfePrepatationforAs odandRegula ung life SJswdBowelsc1 Promotes DfgcationJCheerFul ness and estCOntains neither Opium farptiHje norMaeraL NARcoTIC AOlolJirfIMJIZIfIrIB orbi TJIr A nonSourSfoiaachDiarrhoca WormsConsiulsionsFeverish ness told Loss OF SLEEP FocSine Signature or Qr NEW YORK LwTCC OF WRAIVCR J FerInhatat and ChUdre The rild You Have Array gh1 Bears of 10 Use For Over raewwweaae OUR RATES Y THE REiUuucAN and Louisville Herald125TH- ERKiunnrcAN and Louisvttte Daily Herald 200 TIlE REiuwticAjr and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat L75 THE REIUHUCAN and Home aud Farm 125 THE REIUBMCAJT find Lippeuootts and Cosmoplitan 325 TilE REiUiiuoiN and ctOwensboroInquirer T75 THE REVUTIMCAN anil TJufly Owens oro Inquirer 370 THE RKiuurfcAN and TwiceaWctjJc Oboro Messenger 175 THE RKIUUUUAN and National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN eJ SED ft1 m KAYOiU COLLINS z WAYNE GRIFFIN When In Louisville m STOP AT Seiu1 S I HOTEL The Home for Otto County People ElcptiitCIaui Rooms atul LoILte Attention S W Junior Second JclTcrson Stress JS24 BUYS S44 L until the UBalMted btold attaJfconnfc B account ot the opeaiac el our Daendaa lti legeareBOld Borrattaatsi3 RAUGHONS EVANSVILLE J11tMtltthlOAPITALtName to OUHonfe H yttaf assess lial- eotNaohYthlaa YrrMePriaa rlITIUDC taaa Nnme 11Yr11e PTiNsTHATtpWM Ull MrN tractoad model pboto or r4rr a rlls aura1ailNDraEILalIICtR 5oa IYoa WY IYNn YnYb tWAHINeTOpD CASTORIA e t Signature Thiriy Year- sCASTORIA To orrw J 1 I CLUBBING T t EUROPEAN Propsfit1Jgouac If SCHOLARSHIPto E BIG FOURt SfPetltli- il Cllicql 1 TNMis tt PitinltCleveland Buflfrlt New York f BlSfM AM all oShcr points EasL Information cheerfully fur I bedea application at city NoIiSJ GATES GenI Ageat Passenger Dept t Louisville General Cincinnati H J KyS lfKi Ntief1 O tayp it cAljMte what yMI e t i Hartford Republican ilu4bT tb Hartford lablbblagComp ixcotroiiviD j EdlloIr I SZPJQ ES- C=brlorc5m34ao-uch a1rZFRIDAY AUGUST 10 i REPUBLICAN TICKET rOil roxwiKs HEAVRINPt = ANNOUNCEMENTS Weraatbodtdtoacooooteat ANI SON of wt Ilnrtford rrnUtt a candidate for Irpmt iitatlTe In the Oatrnl AM mblr Mthutb4thdltrlttablet totbr attlon ot tb Ktpatilltan prtr- weereaatbndud to anoanrp c4tni DlWKKSH of ibn 1rirlLtt n randMatr tteprmtatlrelnth ticrril Au mblj from tbla tbe + tbdltrltebjtt tolb action of the l pntlltan party Examine the labelon your paper If I It Is not correct notify usITHE revolutionists in Russia need a regiment or two of Jap3 to assist them MOMENTOUS questions will be set tied when Ollie James comes march ing home MR BRYAN evidently scouts idea that a rolling stone Bath no mossbacks No CSE to remind us that the sun shines bright on the old Kentucky home these days THE Owensboro Messenger has been as silent as the grave on Caleb Powers since the Hargis and Callahan acquittalsaJUDGE HAGER Democrotic candi date for Governor is having his campaign speech printed by theI party press at so much per inch THE mob spirit seems to be runIt ning rampant No locality apparl ently is proof against it somewhat proud that Ohio countyI so far has no illegal hanging to her j credit or discredit I SHOULD Ollie James decide to deiiof posit 6000 into the jack pot nee cessitated by the Democratic prima ry we will think hi3 experience a gained at the Jockey Club a few years ago was in vainsIOWA Democrats in State convention adopted a platform demanding I ai Tariff for revenue only If th could get the kind they had in 189 ItwithIF conditions at Frankfort are as bad as Mr Hayes pictures them awe have no doubt they are as a go citizen he will be compelled to In with the Republicans next year in effort to cleanse the templea IT looks like some more persons are to be acquitted for killing Mar cum At Beattyvflle out of thirty men drawn to serve on the jury twenty six were Democrats and of them could neither re adThey nor writetas THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN says Every political machine should have iare a musk rake attachment What I about the Hartford Court House i contingent Hartford Herald As one of the Herald editors belongs to the Court House contingent wejof will let it speak WHY should Ohio county people send their children away to some distant city to school when Hart ford College presents such superior i advantages We know of no school outside of the great Universities I which offers a better or stronger faculty with incidental expenses so cheap to the student striving for anand educathn against the obstacle of I to povertyOOHIO COUNTY Republicans haterbeen slow in sending in their co tributions to the fund to test tie constitutionality of the redistricting I I sbWet any other section of tIle State aIl tide snould nut neglect our part cif thei1 burden which always remember WitS made necessary by a Democrat ic LegislatureHLLu a 5x n f dal growing nut of misnifUiiiKenn r of the City Hiwjjitallbl t er tiji I I r Kry in any cify where the ballot is bauched Where it is not the wi arthe people but of a merciless ma which is supreme Any 1 eo pIe who will bow their necks to yoke may expect to bow lower year as the monster grows and tens upon delicate viands made up of the innocent weak and defense less FIGURES for cost of the Democrat ic primary are still climbing It is now given out that it will cost 000 Much of this expense might saved by holding the primary some day other than a regular e lecof tion day The county ballot boxes could then be used in each sou ntyhas As they will be in use for all the tot FIens on November 6th our Demos onjer boxes if they presist in hold their primary on the general elec j riayrot rThe Democratic party in Ken tuck is no longer the party of the people It is the party of machines political tricksters rings and machine politicians Under our pres ent methods of managing the Demo cratic party it is impossible for a poor man to become a candidate for any State office As matters now exist in this State the road to political preferment comes not from the cabins of the poor but from the of fices of the rich Reader the above words are not from a Repub byensthe Kentucky Hon IrvB Hayes who is seeking the Democratic nomination for Governor He is a close neighbor to the machine and we believe knows what he is talking about TilE Mayfield Monitor in commenting on the judicial mob of the Mathis at Mayfield last w- ys Since Judge Buggs exp tious disposal of the Mathis case last week his name has been mentioned connection with the Appellate Judgeship The people like a who can do things quickly in an ergency and think therefore f Judge should go up higher Im Cantrill did things in an expeditious way when sitting as trilll court the Caleb Powers case and was vated to the Appellate bench certainly Buggs new and unheard ovation in judicial affairs which provides for the building of a scaf fold before trial from which to hang negro should at least entitle him to favorable mention and c sideration I IWITH two hand rtythein Kentucky the Rep edddouble that number With they can never hope to make substantial and permanent gains in depenndupon to suppress the news in or puanex in point is the outrageous gerrymander of the Legislative tricts by the last Legislature 101calhave been silent and have kept reads in profound ignorance far as they could upon a mat which concerns not only those most directly wronged but ev DA fIRepresentatives is concerned has not the backbone of an eel BECKHAM HarIgisesmost satisfactory and friendly ch acter Governor Beckham went totheir Piket ille to aid his friend bs Hargi31 and his friend Hargis is deliver the Tenth district tied hr foot boxed and neatly labeleIn the Governor But theres m rift twixt 1fes8cngerIF Liver and It Is highly Important that these organ Jas properly perform their function I When they dbnt what lameness of twetendedand hack what pellowneas of the s constipation bad taste In the mouth blotchesr and dox Ettill fjSlvrcprefer performance of their function andC CUJis oJJ tLelr ordinary ailment Take 1U wv deICIRCUIT COURT Regular August Term Beg theMonday Large DocketfatThe regular August term of I Ohio Circut Court convened It day with Judge T F Birkhead the Bench A large docket embr ing many important cases stand trial and good progress is bei bemade in trialsbut all the cases wt onset for the first eight day and n them could not be tried the day they were set T caused a rather disarranged state of affairs Litigants and u allrotday for their turn and to relieve ingcongested condition many cave een set forward to fat days in the term The docket for the remainder of the term is as follows Friday fifth day Gib Hoover vs Westerfield Bros Wm Brought vs I C R R Co James Sullen vs G B Likens admr Y L o ley vs C D Brown dc W Griffin vs North American Acrid Ins Co Saturdaysixth day Hayden 1V terfield t s M H S E R R Co Monday seventh dayA J Ad dington vs C T Warden D Rhoads vs J T Funk C and Josephine vs W P Brownset for ward to this day Tuesday eighth dayS P Roby vs W C Truman A H Rot Sc vs P R Robertson Mary J Stog ner vs Lee 0 Brown Wednesday ninth day Following cases set forward to this day Wm Whorton vsl C R R Co C K Newton vs Jacob Chancellor Thursday tenth dayFollowing Thmonwealth vs Wade Parks Comth vs I C RRfined 100 W M Warden vs M H E plaintiffemeverdict of the jury for defendant F L Felix Cc vs J B DicD tverdict of jury for defend petitil1nredTo Public Road Overseers and Supervisors The respective road and bridge Commissioners have been ordered to repqrt all overseers in their respec inonproper condition by Aug 20th 1906 No other or further notice will be inbevery one so repo tome AttyoSMALLHOUS ofdbictyphoid fever Wayne Smith of Grayson county CoxWeand pteMrs Minnie Mason went to South Carrollton last Wednesday LarkIn Baker bought a four lihMisses Lucy Withrow and Nina Bullockspent last week with rela at Powderly and attended the at Madisonville Mr S T Hunter and wife and Rev G H Lawrence wife and daughters Ellen and Fannie attended the show at Centertown IThursday J Mary and Ethel Bar nard Livermore were guests of grandparents Mr and Mrs Morton last week IThe protracted meeting at Equal drWysoxa is e guest of sister Mrs Alonzo Miss Hooge our school teacher visited her home near DlcHen r i wassac er Hunter Several of our young people at the Masonic celebration at Livermore viz Misses Oma 111 allangel Alire FuleTonPHiiline Smith all My A lti tftnn Atht M ell tJ1 Una t Ion etN Tom C D an li KJ Lutii AHiliiiirton Chin Kind ty Jas Drake MSTS JIhn Mortoi and Le D r M p Overhults went to Powderly and turned Sunday anMiss Lelia Hunter is having chills Hunter is on the sick list M F Herrel is moving his mill from Rockport to this place to saw buggy shaffs which will be delft heed on the banks of Green river at nSam Mortons Barnardon and lCMr Mrs Jas C Drake and lit Miss Alberta Drake attended the ngQuarterly meeting at Point Pleasant ore1nySilhouettes lisWe would like to call the auen1 of those in authority to OscarI Mid iffs military air It erventilation hisIs this hot enough for you r aresold one thirsty citizen to anoth as passed him a bottle of Schlitz that had shunned ice as Christians are taught to shun the ap pearance of evil tonOnce upon a time a young m chairaffed g eatSuccess was the prize to be award the young man bared his summeser the stinging blasts and sleet of winter wore mean clothes yuBthe sweet vanities and gracious pleasures of life in order that he might win the gemmed wreath Success and place it at the feet of her whose beauty was his delight whose goodness was his inspiration and whose voice had bade him accept Fates challenge andwin for her the wreath tt hen at last he snatched the jeweled prize with eager hands he sought for her with offwithma was time on a took keepers stool in an axlegrease fac tortIn this town live two brothers One of them is comparatively rich and the other is incomparably poor antThey have an afflicted sister who brotherrcared for her for years She is becoming s o helpless that there is a constant needof an attendant in her room Thcwellto do brother refused to receive her his home because his wife u 11nhis afflicted sister out of the almshouse And yet the welltodo brother is a church worker a neAspected member of society and really believe himself to be a manI which of course he is not lacking i every instinct of manhood as he doesIf this afflicted sister is permitt jj to go to the almshouse were goi to tell who sne is and who hersl are We are not muckt but if we were we wouldntt like to befoul our rake on a fellowr like this one No more enjoyable event has he pulledoft this season than the s taglie given by R Holbrook at his farm last Saturday evening and was a stag affair in every resp e t Civilized man may not be able tohis without cooks as we have been in rhyme but he can become a cookand a good one himself as ey c ery member of this party will ter jjin fy because big Rowan Holbrook j stripped to an undershirt and trousIIerg was the only one in a an dozen and a half baking chickens I corn bread coffee etc last Satur day evening at the Holbrook fllrm S Glenn W S Tinsley JudgeMB Taylor J T Moore T Ernest Woodward C M Cro Edwin Cooper and E G Barrass were A the guests present Everything the i stomach needed was there except a octor and Johnnie Moore tried to call one of them That night Jud Glenn dreamed that he was in Her tnand by the way it is Tema able what fantastic and unreason a able dreams some people do have and passing along the golden streets listening to the sound of seraphic songs and harmonious harps he on heard the rattle of chains and an angel bound in irons Inquiring J of his guide what evil that purticulsr had done to merit such puni ment and indignity his guide rppliw that 1 he nn el of had COTI mittftl 10 IItunltniinf hut liinjr tri HurlII ford it VHS ilisiaiSed Ihern and wtnt il tco lack so they hj to chin it JoAn reINARROWS Barrett and 1 Henry Barley left Wednesday for Arkansas where they go prospecting for a location = Mrs Sallie Allen of Moorehous- er i Mo is visiting relatives here R C Duff went to Elizabethtown Friday and returned Monday Miss Edith Duke Palo is visiting her sister Mrs A R Renfrew John Turnham has typhoid fever Dr A B Riley reports three cases scarlet fever in the family of Richard Crawford John W Petty Louisville tt has been visiting in the country for several weeks is reported very ill at the home of L Barrett at Barretts Ferry A large delegation of Narrows people will visit the Chautauqua at phothouse here is progressing nicely Thomas Marks and non of Hurt ford have charge of the mason r for the basement and will comm plete it by Friday A large force of caryenters under the direction of J A Boling are fitting the fro work which will be raised next w t e Mrs Lorenzo Camp Henderson who has been visiting Mrs Will Park went home Wednesday Mrs Abbie Vhittinghill Fords le spent last week with Mrs J H t Whittinghill Mr and Mrs Press Wilson Gray son county visited their daughter Mrs Hiram Monroe Saturday an Sunday i Mrs Susie Farris of Tip Top was the guest of Mt J H Whittinghill Saturday and Sunday Seth Payne had two tine milch cows killed by lightening during a thunderstorm Tuesday afternoon The cows were lying under it sins ll walnut tree which was struck by the lightening TIFOR THE BUSY READER hasjocCning a rapid rise in all small strains I In the city Hospital ine at Louisville Mayor Barth pecan angry and upbraided Dr the complaining physician stiasStandard Oil company for re ceiling rebates from Railway com pmlesIspecial venire of one hundred men will be summoned from PowellI county to finish out the jury to try French ud Abner at Beattyville accused of the murder of Marcum Friends of Jndge S W Hageryes ngterday announced that he would the Hon N B Hays IItheirnomination for Governor I J H Broker a farmer fatiilly enstabbed his wife in CattlesburgKy attempted to commit auicid- rs Broker recently filed suit for a itdivorce which with jealousy on the part of her husband is the cause of act tW J Ickstad a prominent mer while asleep fell from a boat Pike Lake near Chippewa Fall and drowned His companion Joseph Harding struggled for half hour to rescue Ickstad and was almost drowned a S Joe Cushionberry a negro who believed to have assaulted Miss yrtle Fugate at Free Henry Ford near Madisonville has been arrested mob which gathered at the Mad tl- sonvill jail was addressed by JudevGordon and upon his advice dis persed Abnkt swore l Johnson a qualified juror had pre dicted the acquital of the acusedr after he had been summoned serve the jury TheCommonwealthnt thmorelation I Jim Hargis and Curt Jett but the tnmmnhn tit were very lati hv Ito rmirt nil clij ctia delVnsti were Vu + ones fey t- Ini Notice ti Taxpanurs 111 Tr xpay rs jOIJ l uny wl 4 take notice that the revenue law has been changed by act oftlle Legisla lure of 1906 Section 20 provide as followsAll County and District tax shall be due and payable on and after the first day of March tdjfr the assessment and all taxpayers whose taxes are not paid on the first day of November after the same are due shall be deemed delinquents and such taxes shall bear interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the first day of November in ofhoper centum additional on the taxes due and unpaid Section 21 provides among other things as follows Within fifteen days after yfc taxpayer becomes delinquent jut rovided in the proceeding section Sheriff or collector of thccMinty where the property is liable shall Countynthe property assessed and the amount of taxes penalty and cost due the State County or District beginskbookkeptSection 22 provides as follows The County Clerk shallwithin ten days after the list id filed rogue a tax wnrrent against each delin quent in the name of the Common wllriof the county commanding him to collect of the delinquent the lazes stdthesufficiency thereof to satisfy the tax cost penalty and interest of the tax warrant Section ao provides among other things as follows Any Sheriff failing to certify to theIarranljto certify to the County Clerk and thirty per centum penalty thereon by1Cl theled The act further provides that itshall be the duty of the County At tonne to prosecute the Sheriff for any failure under these provisions k The cost of these tax warrants will upontho I law it makes it my dutv to report IIthe delinquents to the County wrkIand I will be compelled to do so less the taxes are paid on or r fore the First day of November 150a In view of these acts I must insist upon the payment of the taxes at toisextra cost and expense that will beadded if you fail to pay Yours very respectfully R B MARTIN Kyeuu Hartford College And Business Institute Hys l i Old Well Estate lishedlHeliaMe It has educated mrm successful men and women than any nth r r stitution in this part of the Stain Its graduates are numbered amorp prominent men and women of ery honnrnli profession tr ue industry and calling in life Thrse fourths of the tdtlis f Ohio trainingrA thorough uptodate business department in charge of Miss Nettie is in session tho year rourrP students receive tracheal tran iing in Bookkeeping Slwrthaiitl Typewriting andall cr relative com iuIpositions for oiir graduate i First Term Opens Sept 3 190 V Uwheas or r than any other firptcIntK mftiiutkn Catalogue frte Aildresp L N GRAY Irrrdent 3t2 Ilartfnid4Ky L t AIti 1 I 4 Hartford Ret ublkail FRIDAY AUGUST 10 Illinois Contra RallroadTlm L Table Nrlli Bound Mimlh Don nil noU2 IIn oo a m No 121 durllal n nlo W ltlultXOpm No 1o1dn21i ptu rle2d21 p m No 121dnaUpm- AU kinds of ice cold drinks at City Restaurant We pay in trade 12c for eggs CARSON Co Mr A M Smith McHenry was a pleasant caller Tuesday City Restaurant makes the bsticc Cream and Sherbet in town u City Restaurant wants your trade and guarantees satisfaction Our steak and fish meals cant be beat CITY RESTAURANT Miss Bettie Brown of Rockport was a pleasant caller last Saturday For Scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College apply at this office For all kinds of Sewing Machine supplies call on or write Gross Wil jams Sam Riley pays cash for Egg But ter and Chickens or exchanges gro oeriesOnly G cts will buy a Ladies Vest IDc value at Long Cos Economy Stores I Mr D E Thomas attended the Owensboro Chautauqua the first of the week Dr J R Pirtle and family return ed from the Owensboro Chautauqua Wednesday We are in need of country hams Bring what you have to spare to Carson Co Miss Gertie Moore of near Roches ter is the guest of Judge W B Tay lor and family Just in 46inch French Lawn for only 25c Big value at Long Cos Economy Store Born to the wife of It A Leisure a fine boy Another Republican vote 21 years hence Mr JamesT Sandefur Louisville is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs J P Sandefur Dont miss seeing our 50inch Mo L hairs for 6Ocall colors at Long Cos Economy Store Mr Sam Bach left for the eastern markets the first of the week to buy his fall stock of goods FOR SALEA firstclass young horse Apply to C E SMITH Republican Office Hartford Ky Dr A D Park who has been quite ill of typhoid fever at his home at Rockport is slowly improving Sec our new line of Belts in White Kid and many other styles for only 2Tc at Long Cos Economy Store Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilera grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmopd Laun dry 4 Hf Mrs Julia Wedding left the first of the week for Charleston S C where she will visit her son R T Wedding i When you are in Hartford call on Carson Company for clothing shoes shirts neckwear and all kinds of notions Mrs E E Birkhead and Miss Fan nie Cox returned the first of the week from a few days visit to friends at Livermore Fred Jones and sister Miss Flor ienceof Drakesboro Ky were the vguests of Miss Lillie Bratchcr last Saturday and Sunday Mr C J Rhoades and family ar rived in Hartford Tuesday from Franklin Ky where Mr Rhobdes has been in attendance at the Frank tin school of Osteopathy 4 Mr L H Condit who has for the past several month t been engag ed in Jhe Revenue business at Ow ensboro is spending a few weeks va cation at his home at Matanza Messrs E J Leach Beds S W Leachof Rob Roy J P Foster Nocreelt Jesse Smith Taffy G S Simpson Horton dell Smith Taffy Rev L W Ticlunor Matanzas IVq W R Edge Reynolds and Esq B S Chamberlin Nocreek were among our callers Monday 11Ih 1 ri A LF14a114 1n Y31l1 1 ttw Yea 41 F14 p + + Mrs LeeLong left Wednesday to attend the Chautauqua Mr W F Condit Matanzas was a pleasant caller Wednesday Scholarship in Massey Business College for sale at this office Mr J T Newton Fordsville called to see us while m town Wed nesday Messrs Vic and Ed Stewart of Beda called to see us while in town Monday The Red Men are planning a big powwow at McHenry Saturday August 25 Mrs J W Ford and Mrs R E Lee Simmerman are in Owensboro attending the Ghautauqua Mrs D F Tracy of Louisville was the guest of Mrs S A Bratch er last Thursday and Friday Mr Virgil Renfrow of Dundee came in to see us Monday and renewed his faith in THE REPUBLICAN Mrs J W Raley Louisville and Miss Bertha May Leach Owensboro are the guest of Mr and Mrs M L Heavrin Another Shipment of those 250 Parasols all colors but they only cost you 175 at Long Cos Econ omy Store Messrs Cal P Keown and H P Taylor are preparing to burn a brick kiln at Mr Keowns farm North of Hartford Why send to Chicago and pay 15 to 20 for a sewing machine when you can buy the same at Carson Cos for 12 Yale Coffee1st grand prize Worlds Fair at St Louis 1904 None better Try it For sale by U S Carson 3t3 Mr C R Stevens who has been very ill of typhoid lever suffered a relapse Tuesday and is in grave danger again A big lot of Underwear now on sale in Balbriggin and Nainsook for only 41c50c values at Long Cos Economy Store Dont fail to see and examine our 36inch Black Taffeta Silk 125 value for only 100 at Long Cos Economy Store Mrs Lizzie Young of Baton Rouge Louisiana is visiting her uncle Mr Ferd Pirtle of the East Hartford neighborhood Moore Crabtree will exchange groceries for chickens and eggs and will pay the highest market prices I They will deliver groceries anywhere in Hartford It2 Why not help us clean up on our thin dress goods and summer clothing We are only asking about one half their real valueCARSON Co New Ribbons for Sashes and Arm Bands Pretty Persian designs if you dont want the solid colors at Long Cos Economy Store A big reduction on Slippers We show you many pretty styles in Brown Blue Gray Black and White 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 IMr C M Grant Shreve and Myrtle Schneider Dundeewere united in marriage at the County Clerks office last Thursday Rev A B Gardiner officiating IThe Beaver Dam and Drakesboro baseball teams crossed bats at Beaver Dam last Saturday and one of the best games of the season was the result Beaver Dam won by a score of 2 to 1 j Mr Sam Morton of the Small hous neighborhood is supplying a portion of the timber to build the cofferdam for the construction ofi thenew railroad bridge across Green river at Smallhous I I The Capital stock for a new bank at CromWell haS about all been subscribed I and its establishment is now I practically assured It will probably open for business in the early fallI ExJudge J P Miller will probably be the cashier I i We have completed arrangements with one of the largest potteries in the western states for the purchase of a large quantity of high quality decorated china ware whichwe are going to give toyoucome in and let us explain the plan CARSON Co Mr J W Thomas Rosine was a pleasant caller yesterday Nat Lindley of Point Pleasant was a pleasant caller Tuesday Misses Olive and Edith Carson are attending the Chaitauqua at Owens boro this week Mr J C Stevens Centertown was a pleasant caller while in town yesterday I Miss Margaret McMurtry Vine Grove is the guest of Miss Bessie Morton city Miss Lorean Baird of near town is visiting her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs E E Crabtree Mr J Kirk Rowell of the firm of Robert Rowell company Louisville called to see us yesterday Miss Katie Jones of the Taylor town neighborhood matriculated in the Hartford Business College Mon day Mr and Mrs George Yost and Miss Nora Layer Louisville are the guests of the Misses Woerner on Union street Miss Essio King and Ray OBan nen were the winners of Sam Bachs 1000 prize offered during the 10 days slaughter sale Fred Mason of Grayson county has purchased the stock of groceries belonging to Sandifur Bros on Main street and will continue the business at the same stand Born to the wife of Mr Sam A Anderson yesterday a fine girl Mother and babe gettting along well and Sam is all smiles Mrs Zuelda DeMoss and Mr Vir gil DeMoss of Hanson Ky were the guests of Mr and Mrs S T Barnett for several days last week Mrs C E Rogers and children Elkton Ky and Mrs J H White and son Samuel Charleston Mo are the guests of Capt and Mrs S K CoxMiss Maude Bruner Caneyville who is the guest of her brother Mr Ed Bruner city and Mrs J H Thomas were pleasant callers last Saturday Mr and Mrs H 0 King and little daughter Hattie of Hells Run were the guests of their daughter Mrs Kern Alvey Saturday night and Sunday Mr T J Morton junior member of the firm of Carson Co left Wednesday for Cobden Illwhere he joined his wife in a visit to her people They will return in a few days Some very fine oak and gum tim ber is being removed from the rail roadrightofway just below town on the McHenry land It was pur chased and is being prepared for market by Mr Willis Heflin Mrs John H Weller and daughter Maude of Lamer Col were the guests of Mr and Mrs J E Fbgle last Friday and Saturday They left Sunday for Adaburg where they are the guests pf Mr and Mrs Jacob Weller Mr H S Sanders has resigned his position as manager of SJ Tich enors general store at Livermore to accept a position wjth the Central Coal and Iron Co at Central City and Mr F H Koy has beenlemploy ed to succeed him Mr James P Thomas cashier in the Surveyor of Ports office Louisville was in town Monday and took the Master degree in Masonry Mon day night He was presented with a very handsome gold Masonic pin by his father Mr Eo P Thomas in honor of the event Little Thomas the infant son of Mr and Mrs George W Forman died Monday morning after a brief illness of pneumonia The remains were intern in Oakwood Ceme tery Tuesday at 10 oclock THE REPUBLICAN extends tokens of condolence to the bereaved parents The Ohio County Fair catalogue is being issued at this office this week It will be the most attractive one ever published by this company Many new features are to be added this year and Ohio county people can prepare to enjoy four days of splendid entertainment Sept 1920 21 and 22 r guIlaxevening Theme for Lath services Bible rules for Ecriptual churches i Allare invited Regular church meetingfor business Saturdays p m important business All members should bo present Mr Andrew King of Owensboro is visiting his daughter Mrs E E Crabtree this week Zach King Jr of Nocreek and Tom Coghill of Jingo became involved in a difficulty near the Hartford Mill Cos plant Monday whichresulted in Coghills striking King over the head with a club and King cutting Coghill in the arm The wound though painful was not serious Dr E W Ford dressed the wound King surrend ered to Judge Taylor and executed bond for his appearance for trial the first Monday in September Marriage License The following marriage license have been issued since our last re portGeorge Schrpter Hartford age 22 to Mrs Nora Hagerman Hart fordage2G Benjamine D Shacklett Louisville age 32 to Minnie Balton Centertown age 20 J F Kiper Rockport age 21 to Ida Keown Rockportage 17 Williiam L Martin Olaton age 20 to Ada Miller Ola ton age 18 HERBERT Aug 8A great many from this place attended the Blackford Asso ciation at Pellville Wednesday and ThursdayMisses Florgnceand Nina Bruner of Meade county are the guests of their sister Mrs Oscar Rice Miss Rachel Howard of Louisville has returned home after a weeks visit to relatives here Mrs Elenore Haynes and son Vernon have returned to Madison ville after a two months visit to Mr Sam Haynes family Mr Herbert Medcalf of Knotts ville was the guest of friends and relatives here this week Mr John S Carter Maxwell Mr Ed Lyons Ensor Mr Jim Patter son Hawsville visited E W Lyons Wednesday night Miss Maggie Chambers and guest Chas Harden of Indiana are at tending the Chautauqua this week Dr Barrett extracted a needle from the leg of Homer Milligans baby Sunday They have no idea when nor how it got there Rev R T Bruner filled his ape pointment Sunday RENDER Aug 7Jas McIntyre was in Horse Branch last Wednesday Chas Thienes of Taylor Mines were here last Wednesday Arthur Dowell went to Owensboro last Wednesday Misses Nellye Harris and Della Hocker went tq Cleaton last Thurs day to spend a few days W R Peach was in Beaver Dam last Thursday- C T Edwards and son of Horton was here last Thursday Messrs K J and Claud McKen ney of Beaver Dam was here last FridayMr and Mrs Jno S Spence and niece Miss Icie Hardin andSimon Jones were in Central City last Sat urdaySimon Stevens was in Horse Branch last Saturday Sydney Williams of Hartford was the guest of his brother D W Williams last Sunday Ed Mossbarger of Cecilia was here yesterday- S S Hoover of Louisville were here yesterday A D Taylor of Beaver Dam was here today- H D Myers went to Central City and South Carrollton today Mrs H G Prewitt of Lovington III is the guest of her sisters Mes dames Sam Jennings and E E Ris inger MINTAug GThe school here is prog ressing nicely under the management of Prof C K Carson Misses Martha and Hannah Trout man of Owensboro are visiting their aunt Mrs B F Hudson Miss Mayme McGregory returned to her home at Dawson Springs after a weeks visit to her sister Mrs Roy Scott- MessrsJ H Williams and Nich olas Barrass were in Leitchfield Sun dayQuite a number of our young peo ple attended the ice cream supper at Union Saturday night Mr ahd Mrs Kiah McKenneyand two children of Louisville are visit ing Mr Jo McKenneyand family at this writing Mr and Mrs W T Myers and children of Louisville are visiting relatives here Mrs j Dorthy Barrass and son MreNi wr be44LiRz I E SAM BACH i j Has left for the East to purchase a = large and uptodate fall stock of IJK Clothing Shoes Hats Dry Goods x EtcxDress Goods w IHewill purchase a large and fines y Jp line of Childrens School Shoes especially tiJ4 = Dont Luy any School J Itive or = Mand 1 Themas have returned home after a ten days visit in Chesterfield Ind Mr Dan Miller returned home yesterday Rochester after a few days stay in Mrs Roy Scott of this place is visiting her parents at Dawson Springs this week Mr Cortes Raley and family visited at this place Sunday Miss Rosa Veller returned home Saturday after a months visit in Linton Ind Mrs James Burton who has been very ill of typhoid fever is improving MATANZAS Aug 8 Moreland Johnson are threshing wheat in this vicinity this week David Igleheart who has been very sick with the fevers is no bet ter at this writing Mrs Charlotte Tichenor isvisitirg relatives in West Providence this weekThe Quarterly Meeting at the M E Church at Point Pleasant last Saturday and Sunday was largely at tendedProf Everett Smith and brother Jessie of Ceralvo was here last Sun dayProf W C Overhultz of Small hous was here last Sunday n to MAUAN Aug GRev F D Baughn filled his regular appointment at Pleasant Hill Saturday and Sunday- A very large crowd attended the district meeting of the A S of E at Ralph Saturday Mr Coleman and daughter of Centertown visited his brother J E Coleman of this placb Saturday and Sunday Alex Hudson of Hartford spent I Saturday night and Sunday with Willie Taul John H Willis and wife Jtturned from is I rdayI with relatives and friends and 4t= tending the Beckham lecture s IMrs L Midkiff who haw been i- I several days with her son Jeff Barnett at Reynolds returned home yesterdaytt Wade of Fordsville spent Sunday with his cousin Willie Muf fetMiss Mattye Wright and Tom Foremanof Dundeewere the guests of Misses Verda and Emma Wright Sunday JKU Salve IDIUP lttriiBi Sere My Hairis Scraggly Do you like it Then why be contented with it Have to be Oh nor Just put on Ayers Hair Vigor and have long thick hair soft even hair But first of all stop your hair from coming out Save what you have Ayers Hair Vigor will not disappoint you It feeds the hairbulbs makes weak hair strong Tho tort kind of atestimonial Sold for over ilxty year J O Ayr Co Lowell Xuu1100 aumUtaotuu or AXad SARSAPARILLA Its CHEWY PILLS PECTORAL F I r a SOME FACts ABOUT SLEEP fNo Such Thing as Dreamless Slumber to Eminent Eng g iliehAuthority e The study of dreams appears to Sir Arthur Mitchell to lead to the following opinions among others asjdreamlessinvoluntary to the extent at least that we canont cease to think under any order of the jwlll that thinking never ceases during life and is essential to ale continuance of life that Idreamthiuking is uncontrolled land undirected by the will is never coherent or concentrated bs more or less of the same character as thinking in delirium and constitutes a state of men ital disorder which is not a state of disease and that the frequent recurrence of n state of disor tiered mind in sleep does not do ius harm hut on the contrary does us good Some of the conclusions which seem to be the outcome of Sir Arthur Mitchells study of laugh Iter are us follows That laughter is a state of mental disorder which is evi denced by the irrational and pur ipps less phenomena attending it and the absence during their con itinuauce of all coherent thought Ithnt these short states of mental disorder which may be very fre iquent do not hurt us but on the contrary do us good that laughter is not even usually the expression of unalloyed pleas lure and joy that on the con Itrary it very often expresses isfntes of mind which are mean Icontemptible and fuel the i nr nl fncnltymbeing thesj in abet fiance and at laughter so aril plug is only tmrdoimblc on the view that it is a state of mental idhlOrdelIiiys- the expression of a special men ttal state that it causes another I mental state which is a state of mental disorder that blushing is linvobmtury is the exclusive aliiIIacesthe young and practically ceases I in advanced age that the inhala tion of nitrate of amyl causes idle face to Hush and that this seems to be attended with the same confusion pf mind as that which attends the blush of shame and that the flush of any ger and many other flushes are altogether different train the blush of shame A PEACH COBBLER Eye the Source of Light Rays What causes the rays of pen cils of light that seem to be thrown out by every star when seen by the naked eye A Ocr man scientist has been wrestling with the problem He finds that all stars show precisely the same rays but that In the case of the brighter stars the rays are plain er and somewhat longer It is further remarked that the rays seen by the left and right eyes differ and that if the head be turned the rays are rotated in a corresponding manner It lit thus concluded that the source of time rays is not III the stars hilt in the eye itself the middle of the retina being not perfectly homogeneous in its sensitive uesa Nellie and the Heathen BY L E FKANKFOETHEB Copyright 1WC by Dally Story Pub Co- I always did want to hold Xcb- lies linnil It IN xiich a lovely a 1U 3 hand shapely with just gum cient pink to give n beautiful shade to its whiteness yet with al strong and womanly Besides association ciichances the attrac tiveness of individual self and that hand is intimately associat ed with the sweetest woman I knowAny man might be forglenI within n reasonable length of time to be sure for doing as I did particularly as I had al ready with deep humility ac empted chastisement on several nixunions for attempting to ac complish my design Once we were at a party where hand holding constituted part of the silly programme I always did think it silly unless the hand were Nellies in which event the occupation would be character ized within my own mind as entirely justifiable What won der then that I schemed nnd plauned and maneuvered that night until I got things coming my way But alas Nellie was coiiHciouR of the trend of events and when it conic my turn she sweetly excused herself from the play and introduced a substitute Mrs Mayborry whose hands besides being married were plump and fat and freckled I held them of course could not well do otherwise without at tpncting the attention of the company while that exusjMTat lug girl sat back on a settee in the most enticing corner of the room and smiled approvingly I vowed vengeance then and there and the next day attempted to wreck it Ve were strolling down a woodland path when she plucked a dainty flower and held it in the palm of her dainty hand for me to inspect I did not at the time anticipate evil designs on her part but the outcome of the epi sode has since led me to the grave suspicion that the plot hud lHn mischievously planned Time tips of her dainty fingers were just within mine and I was bond hug low for closer inspection not necessarily of the lower when up manic that provoking palm and smote me on the cheek Hoimm bering the Scriptural injunction I turned the other quickly but tIll irritating attractive mad dening little hunch of humanity walked serenely away positively declining to accommodate mo further After that I made mummy at tempts to capture tint provoking sjnciiutii of perfection but always futilely until a week ago when I got it bade on Nellie It happened in this manner I went down one evening to see Swell 5 wens my sister by agreement of our own two selves and next to Nellie I love her host If Nellie finally refuses to marry mo then Im going to musk Siii in which event our rein tions may change Now Nellie had not been in vited to bo present at that inter view hilt there she was The girls wore sitting on a sofa built just right in length to accommo date three It was very nice of them to move apart and make room between and as I sat down I thought a certain young ladys eyes seemed flashing a challenge As it is not my nature to per suit a deliberate dare to glide by unnoticed I began hostilities by taking one of Owens hands in one of mine This she permitted mo to do without a sign of re sentment for we are brother and sister you know Then not to appear partial I reached over after one of Nellies Think she would let me Xot a bit of it She looked up saucily and lipled those dear extremities 00Ilangl1ld not care a continental I arose amid mowed over to the other side if Owen Nellie just smiled in lor little superior exasperating way and would you believe It wo had hardly got settled be tore the girls fingers were en twined and snuggled comfort ibly down in the cushions be tween them lomellodII load so frequently desperately attempted with failure I act my wits to work Presently a brUt lout idea flashed across my nial Pie nbll was sn ci lc h e- I WIV that I laughed outright and then I started to put it in execu tion Attracting Owens attention I nodded and made signs to her She is intelligent if shes any thing besides being sweet and caught right on Pretty soon net Ing as if it were a trifle crowded on the sofa she moved forward and sat nearer the edge I mot tiously slipped my arm along hack of her and when I got it rightly located she raised her hand the our that had been holding Nellies to brush the hair from her forehead When it again went down there was my hand and Nellie unsuspectingly slipped hers right into it Talk about liming shot full of porcupine quills or pricked with 40000010 osage hedge pins or anything else particularly de lightful mod you will come nor where near the ecstatic sensa tions that tingled my nerves I squeezed Nellies hand a lit tie and she returned the pros II WHEN SHALL IT nET sure Then Owen directed the conversation into tIll channel of holding hands mull for ten min mutes the argument waxed warts I declaring that it was perfectly proper for a gentleman to hold a ladys hatH with or without her consent Nellie maintaining that it was highly improper under mummy and till circumstances but that ladies might indulge III the pleas pre without committing any grave llflIISP- 1I0ttlI and hotter waxed tins debate Every tints Nellie thought she made an extra good point she squeezed my hand thinking it was Owens find llual ly when I cornered her on 0111 of her brightest illustrations she up with the declaration that she would marry any mum who could hold her hand for five minutes Had there boon no interrup tion I suppose Nellie and I would have been timers yet exchanging assurances through the mediums of a handclasp lint Owen the little rogue gave the whole thing away Probably she isnt very much to blame for I suppose it did get too excruciatingly funny for anything At any rote up she got and rout from the room with something white crammed Into her mouth leaving Nellie and me to fuse the music I dislike very much to IUUHO on what ensued for it isnt a bit complimentary to mo Nellie sat for a moment perfectly astounded and I saw by the flash of her eye that the deuce was coming In order to head it oil I masked demurely When shall it be 1VhutT slue demanded Our wedding You said you would marry mummy man who could hold your hand live You you heathen And there you have It That was a week age and Ire been a penitent petitioner ever since limit I believe indications are brightening for Nellie vent up word by George thati her brother that I might come down tonlLht and aooloidze Reminder of the Little One A man from Denver is In New York ou business On the bu eau in Ids room in the hotel rests a tiny pair of shoes Every night before he retires he un buttons the little shoes In the morninir so soon us he arises a u SURE CURE- For All Diseases o- fSTOMACH LIVER o KIDNEYS OL P he buttons the little shoes aguin There is a very tender light in the mans eyes when he handles the little shoes for ho Is think ing of the toddler 2000 fallen away who Is just beginning to say papaNew York PressIQueenslands Fiber Queensland is particularly rich in fiber plants one called by time aboriginals boorguy being so tiiiacioiiB that if the leaf is sim ply twisted into a rope it will ibeur the strain of several hun dredweight It is now found that there is growing around llrisbunc u liber plant culled by botanists miirvu that will yield liber of great value JIuj Boyd of the agricultural depart ment sent a sample of nnirva fiber to a rope nuukimig first In Oormuny for test and these manufacturer are now prepared to purchase it at 17i to UOO a ton Locks and Keys of Old Locks were used in the time of the Pharaohs At Karnak time I visitor is shown the sculptured j representation of a lock which is almost exactly like one kind of lock used in Egypt mu t till pres cut day Homer says that Pone lolxr used a truss key to open I her wardrobe He adds that it I hur1halllhI in the last half of the twelfth century explains that such keys were undoubtedly very ancient although still to be seen in Con stantinople maul elsewhere Ho man locks like the Egyptian re quired a partial sliding of the key They were however more intricate His Summer Luxury Wheres your wife this sum mer Kasit1 She thinks slim lots lung trou hit so slues gone to pass the summer in the mountains Are your daughters with her No they find it too finely there mind mire having a g that at the seaside I snpose your son is at home 1 No hes joined a party that are automobiling through the county And how are you getting on Oh Ive saved enough out of tic family expenses to get an electric fan in the otllce CASTORSFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the ASlffiutuio of n VACATION 1fl1P8 Made delightful and comfortable to the famous resorts in Colorado Utah Pacific coast Hot Springs Ark Yellow Stone Park Texas mind Mexico VIA soouPaiIc Railway OR Iron Mountain Rout LOW ROUND TRIP RATES now in effect Liberal limits and stop over privileges REDUCED HOMESEEKERS round trip rates I FIRST AND 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CONSUMPTION 50e100 Price Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK PATENTS nOuCuU OVA D for ruM rvparl F W rice huw to =DYu2murk en litulniil many aJflocthtelttudlntdn ltPrldunirdaltnlr e4i troot ihlat0 sa- waaN o c I GASNOW o ROUG i R1YER- TELEPHONE I COMPANY mcoaroiiTi hIsby home people Good service at serI miles 16cts 45 miles 20 eta 8c- J W OIANNON Mgr Beaver Dam Ky 4ol Il Ci r 1- x11 a a ta fMMMBA OF RMMMI1 CCt41aCl A1 iCl J 1MH2 I Stock 4000000 t Surplus 12 00000 i Stockholders Addil Liability 4000000B X Securety to Depositors 9200000 tJ W FORD President JOHN T tOm Cashier Cushiertof HOUmOOHII Ditetors Jxo c THOMAS 5 i+++++++ +++++++++ rr ++++ + + ++ +++++++++ ++++ FIRST NATIONALBANK Of Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your lank Corjie i- nDIRECTORS UAUB LIKENS AIVIN Howe HURCH FKIIX JIM POIK STEVENS WAVNK GRIFFIN u y 41 BIRKHEADn g 41PROPRIETORS b1 n Hartford and Beaver Dam Transfer AND FREIGHT LINE b1 t Mcctri all trains AlsoUi General LiverymenU 4f Best of attention given to stock New stjililoMnin Jj street Hartford Ky Jt I BUSINESS COLLEGES ARE FAILURES vasecatalogue Issued commercial school deciding your worthless cheap BTBATTOH BUSXXSM COLLEGE LoularUls THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner Now isthe Time Now when this weather just makes one dream of the cool and delightful retreatsof the Adiron dacksOf the Thousand Islands of the Lawrence The thousand lakes and streams of Michigan Canada and the north west one can roam with fishing t rod along forest streams and I the line out over the deep poolsOr paddle through quiet waters with only the music of the forest the ripple of the water to break the deep quiet of solitude Now the time to consult your nearest Big Four Agent to routes rates and information regarding your vacation tripe I Four cents in stamps will bring our Worlds Playgroud H J RHEIN P A- Cincinnati1 The Big Four the road with the service- S J GATES Genl Agt Louisvillfe Ky 9irry tirk f t i tI i In small cltlti and towns because I There It not a sufficient population to support OOODtchool 9 Such schools arauimllr conducted by persons who are NOT qualineu or who make It a practlii totrartl about and d I frvjd their patrons 3 There are few If any opportunItlesfor their graduates to secure employment In r suchtacallllei 4 The THOROUOH business coUeeet areloestedlnthelarterddsaqdareconf small cities ortowns can not secure amp or mtntlnlargetitleswhen thrown In competition with the graduates of hlfhclassschoolsasbuslnessmenhaTeno time to eiperlmentwithlncompetents u4 Tnereiore ce wise senaiounennesi efer by before to throw away money for a training at some school I BBTAKT Kr St Where shady swing or the is as G 0 The Clink of Gold BY STRAND 0 BTJLHJIT Copyright llKJS by Dally Story Pub Co On u visit to the Lakeland hos pital for the Insane the patient who attracted my attention most was an old man with white hair and beard He sat constantly at a table with a pile of golden coins before him which he counted over and over muttering a the same tl ae Drops of blood drops of blood fifty drops olin nocent blood This mans action nnd word- were so peculiar that I begge my friend Dr Carey to tell me his story I SO we went into an adjoining room where over a couple of excellent Havalinsth- doctor complied with my wishes That man in there is Henr Gilbert who was noted for being the stingiest as well as the wealthiest man in Cnrsvalc 1 fact he was miserly and thoug- worth upwards of 50000 he denied himself and his daughter the very necessities of life Yes he had a daughter Helen She was a beautiful girl and any other man would have been proud of her but hewell- he considered her as an extra ex pense and begrudged every penny spent upon her Her mother i UUIrifJeven position nnd at the age of 20 she wan a beautiful and lute lectual woman Lovers she had in plenty bu she only cared for one and n she VIM in no ways a flirt the others had gradually drifted away Will flost was the favored suitor lie was a farmer ant while not wealthy he would b able to give a wife agood home The two were betrothed but the miser refused to let his daughter marry Ile desirous of getting back some of the money spent on the girlaTld goodnoHH knows it was little enough hud resolved thus HIll should make a rich marriage and Harry Milton arriving on fltill scene at the time the old thought lie saw Ilie way for the consummation of his desires This Melton was very rich in fact a millionaire and Helens pretty face attracted him he saw that there could be nothing gained by a dishonorable pro posal so he ollered to marry the girl Gilbert eagerly consented but Helen Will obdurate she would marry Will Gost Finally Melton got tired of waiting and going to Gilbert told him that he would receive 1000 in gold on the day Helen should become Mrs Melton This Hum while comparatively small assumed enormous proportions in the eyes of the miser and he made every effort to get the money As a starter he attempted to cause trouble between his daugh ter and Will lost The latter was compelled to go into an other state on business und Gil bert intercepted all letters that InVlovers fidelity in Helens mind then Melton got in his fine work host was in Arton and Melton paid a visit to tint town There was a newspaper published there and he by a free use of 6money persuaded the editor to print an extra copy of the paper removing a news Item and in serting in its stead a bogus report of the marriage of Will Gost to a girl in Arton This doctored copy was sent to Helen Gilbert stud after reading the report she was almost heartbroken In this state of mind it was easy to persuade her to marry Harry Melton mind the miser re ceived his 1000 in 50 golden eagles on the wedding day Goat arrived just as the bridal party was leaving the church and the truth was soon told but it was too late and Helen hind to follow her husband host was all broken up by the affair His farm in which he once took so much pride is now overgrown with weeds and he himself is a common sot Hut the miser was happy his daughter had made a rich mar riage and he had the rill pleas of shining gold He would take these out and linger them lay ingly and count and recount them so us to be surf that they were all there His conscience did not reproach hjmvfor the means he had used to acquire the money for his whole life was the quest of gold gold gold It was six months after the Wedding of his daughter and Mel intat once the door opened and his daughter stood before him But it was not the Helen of a half emaciateddwoman an ter despair on her features Father she said in p dull spiritless voice I have come home miseryis your husband I have no husband was her voicehhad another wife before he married herthat was all and she had come home Father she said you have mypricemy hopes for a happy life a life dominated by lovo instead of money You have made the man I I love a wreck while II am not r IUUIInovelwas my mother Did you have no love for her or was she sold even as I teas Thank God she is dead and I will soon be with her God will surely not con issa folds of her dress pressed the muzzle to her forehead and pulled the trigger She fell to lowedeWOlltu SI huppuned to be passing the house at the time and hearing I the shut I rushed in The girl was lying on the floor dead end her father was watching her with horrillod gaze I could hear count the drops of blood as tit oozed from the wound there were just iiO and the blood ceased to How The miser then I went hack to the table on which tfr THE I1LOOD FIOWKD FROM TilE WOlND DROP Ill DROP lay the gold pieces the price of his daughter and he counted them again there were CO Then his reason gave way and he still counts the goldthis sameblood money told mutters to himself us you can heat C As the doctor finished his story I arose from my chair and going to the door peered into the next room The miser was still seated at the table counting his gold and muttering Drops of blood drops of blood GO drops of innocent blood n Coins Five For a Cent The smallest coin not current in Europe and at one time having the least value is the Greek lepton The lepton is according to the decimal monetary system current in all countries belonging to the Latin un un Some idea of this valueless little disc may be gathered from the fact that the lepton is the onehun dredth part of a drachma The greek drachma unally passes for the same value that a france piece does that is it is about equal to 20 cents of our money DogS Gnard Girls Camp The Mayberry Association com posed of young women of Birdsboro and Reading Pa is camping for a week near Elverson Chester county Four large SL Bernard dogs watch the camp at night Blinded by Mosquito John Boeair of Westport Conn has been rendered temporarily blind by a mosquito bite He is in the Nerwich hospital and after four days of treatment is able to tell day from night The mosquito bit Mr Bodair upon the lid of his right eye Mr Bodair paid no attention to the swelling When he arose in the morning he was stone blind Swallowed a Fish Hook Herman Wihterfelt a laborer at the cement mills of the Lehigh Port land cement company at Fogelsville Pa put a fish hook to which was attached a short piece of line into his moUthtvhile he straightened out a snarHn the remainder of the out fit In some manner he swallowed outlotits hooking any of his vitals Snake Attacks a Man James Haynes of Clifton Heights Pa discovered a large black snake moving about the rack in his ward robe as he was about to hang up his coat He rubbed his eyes and thought he was dreaming until the reptile charged on him and he was protecI was finally killed with a piece of lead rSTRONG Gives curls and away Cold Mrs StovallofTiltonQa said Dyspepsia k Cure Hundreds being to perfect by this rem edy may be well If you will take It Indigestion all the that have It deprives the system of ment and the delicate peculiar weaken and bosoms diseased I I Cure organsIthe body and rebuilds the restoring health and strength cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour disorders Digests What You Eat- maussuaeslf m an4 as Us SIMM ai BMk u ta raurr trial r M Mat In sO Dal1 Oaa Sold by X WAYNE UKIfrFIN A Positive Elys Cream Balm Is Rsllel at Once It cleanses soothes protectsthe brace It Catarrh drives a In Jho AgainIs what Lucy after taking Kodol otharweakwoman ri II health stored YOU causes nearly sickness women nourish organs to women suffer Kodol Dyspepsia weak organs Kodol risingsbelchlnghsartburnandallstomacb Lak IOJXWltS CATARRHCURE quickly absorbed fEYEstoresTaste and Smell Full size CO cts at Drug gists or by mail Trial Size 10 eta by mail Ely Drother 50 Warren StrcetNew YorkJ pipe It is believed the snake es caped from an abandoned well in the yard in the rear of the house Boy Killed by a Bird At Urbana la recently Charlie gainesdiedlowed a fight with an angry bluejay The bird pecked the boy on the head making several ugly wounds The fight occurred several days ago and the parents did not realize the danger until blood poisoning had gone beyond relief Bees Refuse to Sting Baby George F Spprheimer of Moun tainville who keeps an apiary mis sed his twoyearold son Warren and after searching for him for some time finally found him sitting in front of a hive covered with bees so that not an inch of his skin was visibleStrange to say not a single bee stung tho hepless little fellowAl lentown Penn Cor Philadelphia Lecord Thearfr anIssue In trying to encourage the notion that the Tariff is to be the vital issue in the Congress campaign this year Democratic leaders and news papers show a singular blindness to politicalsigns and tendencies Issues cannot be created out of hand They must represent some actual clash of opinion and must be the outgrowth of a genuine state of war between the two parties It can hardly be said that the Tariff policy constitutes today a distinct line of cleavage between the two political organizations Fourteen years ago the Democratic party won a great national victory on a low Tariff plat form It attempted to translate that platform into legisation and was driven out of power by a record breaking majority The South long committed to FreeTrade had used the Northern Democracy as an in strument to overthrow the Protect ive system But the countrys eyes were opened by its experience with the Tariff tinkers who framed the WilsonGorman act and the unpre cedented prosperity in trade and in dustry which followed the passage of the Dingley law in 1897 haS prttty thoroughly convinced the voters that although mistaken in detail may easily be made and may work injustice and discrimination the Protective system has on the whole been vindicated as a sound and helpful feature of national policy New York Tribune 4- t I s tin I CumbelandI i ITELEPHONE lucres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and place ol business My business hat increased and my wifes voice is nev er heard to grumble About the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition T J MORGRNIMor 1JII1F3r a 1CiDmT Ohio County Circuit Court TlMllrkh Judge lieu D ItlngoAttornejr 0nr Mlilklff Jnller Ed Q nnrrnn Clerk Frank L Felix Master Com mluloor Y L JIuelyTru te Jury Funds n U Martin Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sheriff S A Itratther I P Crowded P II Masan Orant 1ollflrdi WCaurtcoDTtaeifint Men day In Starch and Aagiut sad continues thus weeks nnrl third Monday jn May and Xowubfr two week CouulyCuimtt IT 1iuldr rldcli I8 l1artfOldmonth MondayinCourt otCIaliut Content Ont Monday In Jaanary Tuesday after second Monday In October ShreveSr err AllenCoronerJlol YNSeptember 24 December 24 1 25SOIlolollor526Septemler2ODecember2 3September3e29Soptembrr Joe2s30September3u t 3attfordIouc Court cUtorneytunes second Monday In each mouth 3R itciou avlea-Y EChOrcbeoathSerrlthirdSuadayreach am and 7 p m and econ WednedayeveningBaptist Church Serrlce held Saturday nigh nIghtaudBGudoerC P Churca Serrtre Ont Sunday In each month at 11 a mahdTpm Ber J D flay ned pastor School Trntee Hartford C U Crowe J S DPndletonCity Council J H William Mayor CM Bleod4tonDr J 1r Taylor SetSceSU A O U W meets Scat end third Friday ulght In eachinonth AMasonaenMonday Maceabeenery 4 Rough RlrerLodgeNo llOKnlghtsot Pythli meets erery Tuesday night 1 Preston Morton Poet No4 0 A B r DleemaaolSeaatgrdaybefonOnlBoodylaaaekmonth t 1Ji Southern Raiwaf i I Shortest ani Fastest Lines ROl1 louisvilleDanville ani Lexington TO 81 Louisan1he Wesi runningthroughLouis without change with connec ting cars from Lexington as follows Lve Lexington 545 a m Lve Danville 530 a m Lve Louisville 900 a m Arr St Louis 612 p m Vestibuled coaches and Observation Cafe Car Lve Lexington 500 p mi Lve Danville 445 p m Lve Louisville 1015 p m Arr St Louis 732 a m Pullman Sleeper and Free Reclin ing Chair Car Most direct line to Chattanooga Atlanta Knoxville and all South eastern points including Asheville N C and the beautiful Land of the Sky and Toxaway country Send 2 cent stamp for Land of the Sky Booklet and other illustrated literatureW MORGAN D T- Lexington Ky H C KING G P T A 111 East MainLexingtonKy J F LOGAN T P A Ill East Main St Lexington Ky ABCOOKCPT A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C H HUNGERFORDDPA 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G B ALLEN A G P A St Louis Mo Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN r- fl t f MMM t FsiIRS H LNUAL I E 134L H IFairs Hosiery 1111 I fur TKN CKNTSa J I quality A last color- sI I tin kill I liicdcil fur school 9CitFairs Napkins iintiliinir iiHidii in even lioii ilind We wiii plnre it Sili Ji di rI liiniM Nipkins si ihl iSXIMtxlrl Z li iW iltlrJrtit1II ic piMtrii 1IalIlllll Imrdir to JFlIr vary I Ir I j 10 Ii ti I lll tIti u- I 2 I I II III I II I Ill Iill i 1t I l II j t t 11 U 11 I 1I1t d I I a fll 01 I ioIll 11or III I CIIj I r f I Ir 116 1Pi I Inr IICiIOII II i s Jtl CII ll 1 11 c Icad arttr 1 R tNtf i i4lfatP + 4 iWM Iairs I Chinaware I hIIO II InIII I lild 1111aliII I I ItI- I 11101 I hljIIIIiI f Cak 11111 it 11 IIt HI I IL IHC tC- Ftirs i terns I iv Jiiu D 111 SIM M Scair D p I I k1rt liK 1W h MMgMMii 1WtM I u For ninny years it has been our custom to offer to the people of Hartford anti Ohio some special bargains for August This year we are going to do as heretofore except on a scalp Our reasons for this are First To show our trade that we appreciate their patronage Second That we ratty make a gen eral clean up of all summer merchandise Our special sale to some extent has been copied by some merchants except in price Our cash buying und cash selling makes us the peer of competition when it comes to value giving We are thankful to those who have heretofore attended these sales and now extend you a special invitation to call at our store COMMEN- CINGMondyAugust 20thENDING SATURDAY AUGUST 25 match pure white bleach Regular 150 per dozen values your choice each 9C Fairs Wash Goods Our Wash Goods are too varied to go into detail We have just added a new assortment of the seasons leading novelties they with the entire stock of summer Fancies will go at greatly reduced prices Former price not considered JOe 12Jc lc and 20c qualities for only per yard 9C Fairs Ladies Vests Beyond question the best Vest ever otter d by usmade of extra quality Maco yarn Ribbed has both taped arm hole and neckwith a Vor square yolk These 9CclayFairs Ribbons Another special featuiv of our previous sales one that ha been much talked of is our big ribbon values This limu nur qualities will be Netter turdopr values will b- eIicer th m ever All shades all widths from 22 to GO 9Cardj III 1InIit rpcill rvsti to nIt economic housewives ll1v Ivhri in Intbuy Tiuwuiv hinaware CJlasa tll I Wdl viiv toil Kitchen Kurnish ll1t till 11111 II lyin tt jiI5 pfV iiit Kvory arti r vl II iryiiii it iIII Ilit Itut I IjOial price 2 fur Do III I tvnlI1 ilnllt li 111 D Kliiljii S ts d- Uiig liii 11111 Fairf 11all I 11101 UIIj lit kri l ltuul Idll II clIIIIII 1111Id tl- ln 1K t I llt 1111111 itt i t1 4 r Fairs White Goods Its n White Goods season now the year round No reason why you should not buy now ns well as in the early spring lust as staple just as desirable patterns and much cheaper Too many styles and Fabrics to go 9CqualitiesFairs It is a conceded fact that we always have the best Towels in Hartford for tho price Wo make a during these sales in giving Towel values For this special sale we have bought a largo of record breaking values 100 dozen of genuine Union Linen 9cgainFairs Folks who know and values rhave long ago learned that wo have at all times tho largest and best selected assortment in they como direct to us Now on the windup of thoseason that we may make a cleanup as well as give you some 9widthsC f FAIRS 5c AND tOe BASEMENT III jicJI1anous county larger doing system OUR BASEMENT iiniiitcunn1 IIpI t Woodenware 9cIrewyvwwww Towels specialty purchase Embroideries appreciate Embroidery Hartfordhence Clothes Hangord ne Clothes Pins G forOc2- 5c Whitewash Brushes nc Clothes Brushes Oc Curtain 1oles1JcMi- xing Bowl c llouserrape 2 for Hc salt Boxes Dc Fairs Glassware Preserve Stands Hc Cake Stands tu Piekld Dishes HI Qlasd Tumblers 2 forDcG- lass Pitcher Hc Salad Bowls c j 1ww Cake Plates yc Glass Vases He Spoon Holders Ou Fruit Receivers DC Fairs Graniteware Sauce Pans jjy Bread Pans ju Granite Dppors Hn Lipped Saucepans D- CBikiiij flitseHeVa8hGranite puiiicjcPreserving 1 J Create Ladles Ie IJjJlLlnJ f1T1iL Y 1 A t