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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ke tartferb ft p1tbliu IIFine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a YearIVOL XIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY JrttIDAY AUGUST 17 1906 No5 I DOLLAR WHEAT Called Session County Union So Decrees Buy Flour Only From Millers and Merchants Who Handle Ohio County Wheat The called session of the County Union A S of E met at Taylors Hall in Hartford Wednesday Aug 15th at 10 oclock a m with Presi dent Moreland in the the chair who stated the object of the meeting On motion the following Commit tee on Resolutions was appointed Hon A B Tichenor EGAustin E C Baird J T Miles L G Wel bJer The following Committee on Credentials was appointed J L Miller John M Graham T F Tanner DBaughn and G R Hickey It was ordered that the delegates be seated at the afternoon session The session then adjourned to meet at 1 oclockAt afternoon meeting Presi dent Moreland asked the body to en dorse written permission for mem hers of the order who live near the line of another county to pool their tobacco in another county if it is most convenient The Committee on Resolutions through its Chairman lIon A B Tichenor made the following report Whereas The A Sof E has always demanded a profitable price for all farm products Therefore we your committee would recom mend the adoption of the following resolutions 1 Resolved That all owners of merchantable wheat which will test 58 Ibs per bushel should hold for one dollar per bushel 2 Resolved That owners of wheat of unmerchantable quality should be allowed to exercise their own judgment and discretion in marketing same Resolved That Whereas the marketing of our surplus grain has always been upon a very ruinous basis for the farmers we recom mend and urge the organization of a Grain Growers Association to fix a fair and equitable price for same and make permanent arrangements for marketing same upon an equit able basis and that our delegates to the next State Union be instructed to do what they may deem proper for the promotion of such an organ ization A B TICHENOR E C BAIRD i L G WELLER J T MILES E G AUSTIN The report was received and on motion it was taken up by sec rejectionitwere considerably divided upon the best course to persuo upon the wheat question and the resolutions were listened to with intense inter estUpon being called upon President Moreland gave his views in a well timed speech which was appreciated by the delegates He took the position that as the great wheat sections were unorganized and sell ing the entire crop it would be un wise for Ohio county with her drop in the bucket to undertake to control the market After sever al speeches on each side of the ques tion a motion was made and carried limiting all speeches to five minutes After more than an hours warm and interesting discussion by such men as Alney Tichenor John P Foster Albert Cox E G Austin L G Welt ler and others the first section was adopted by a vote of 31 to 37 The other sections of the report being adopted practically unanamously VicePresident Alney Tichenor then presented the following resolution which was adopted by a large majorityResolved That we demand our millers and merchants to use the surplus of the Socities wheat in the county and that alone until the Iwor id tt4 1t surplus is consumed and that we agree to patronize such millers and merchants and demand of our mem bers to do the same and we urge all other organized bodIes of labor to buy flour made of said wheat On motion the following Commit tee consisting of two members from each Magisterial district was appointed I to notify the millers mer chants and miners of the passage of the above resolution Hartford DistrictF W Pirtle and W H Rhodes Cromwell DistrictS T Williams and Warren Taylor Sulphur Springs DistrictJ E Mitchell and Albert Cox Fordsville District J J Smith and S FI Whitely Buford DIstrictrJohn P Foster and Jack Miller- Centertown strictAlney Tich enor and WattTaylor Rockport DistrictJ E Maddox and J W Brown This committee met immediately after the body adjourned organized for their work and Will meet in Hartford Saturday Aug 25 to make report The action In reference to our mil lers and merchants was not taken in a spirit of emnity but to assist them and furnish a home market for our surpluswheat as against the cheaper wheaLwhich is being sent here out side the county- Notwithstanding there were differ ences of opinion as to what was best to be done on the wheat question every delegate present pledged him self to stand firmly by the action of the majority and present a solid front in whatever fight may be necessary to procure their equitable rightsA Upon the pool pledges for the 1906 tobacco crop showed a total hills pledged 8964223 un pledged 1726424 Showing 80i per cent of the Ohio countycxup already plf dIThe meeting adjourned at 5 oclock REDISTRICTING ACT And Gerrymander Declared In valid by Judge Gal loway- Morgantown Ky Aug 15Ata special term of the Butler Circuit Court held here yesterday to try the case of S A Anderson against M S Ragland and others Judge J M Galloway granted a prepetual in junction enjoining the defendant as chairman of the Republican county committee of Ohio Butler and Ed monson from holding a primary for the section of a candidate for representative in the said county composing the new legislative dis trict created by the new legislative district under house house bill 216A Judgment was rendered dedlaring the act unconstitutional and an appeal was granted which will be prepared at once and filed for the coming Sep tember term of the Court of Ap pealsJudges W M Holt and George DuRelle of Louisville were present and represented the plaintiff and defendants were represented by N T Howard and G V Willis of this place Remarkable Robbery Probably one of the most remark able robberies ever reportedin these parts occurred a few miles East of Hartford a few days ago It was from the crossroads re orDD Schroader that the articles making up the unusual theft was taken which consisted of the following 150 yards of calico 40 yards of do mestic 40 packages of Arbuckles Coffee 75 pounds of Sugar 60ppfincs of flour dozen handkerchiefs two lands five pairs of jsljqes and 20pounds of candy- MosSand I Tborapsdri Plasterers and contractors satin faction guaranteed Phohe29 or leaver Dam Plaining Mill Co l s1 fv ONLY TWO DAYS And The Long Awaited Tale Will be Told Who Will go to The Cave With us is Now The Question In two more days the tell tale votes will all be in and who will go with TilE REPUBLICAN to the Mammoth Cave will be determined Boys in most of the seven districts have manifested deep interest in the contest Their efforts have been appreciated and their success whatever it may be will be known tomorrow afternoon at 5 oclock A grand rush is expected from now until the last moment and the tide may yet change in favor of other candidates than those in advance Who will go with us to the cave is a question that a score of boys are patiently waiting to be answered and it will be answered tomorrow at 5 oclock p m The standing of the various candi dates is as followsDISTRICT NO1 Darrell Sullenger Hartford 241 Robert Davis Hartford 925 Ernest M Coleman Beaver Dam 90 Godfrey Bean Hartford 70 DISTRICT No2 Johnie Wallace Rosine 240 DISTRICT No3 Roy Crawford Olaton 10 Bernice Neighbors Dundee 32 Palmer Loyd Narrows 5 Herbert Midkiff Magan 7 Elijah Daniel 96 Albert Baughn 62 DISTRICT No4 Roy Keown Fordsville 109 PeteTilforFordsville 5 Arthur Burdett Herbert f 4 DISTRICT No5 Talmage Davis Beda 102 Jesso C Smith 1210 Sherman ChamberlainNocreek 1887 DISTRICT No6 John Morton Ceralvo 1 10 Vig Morton Smallhous 60 Ben Kimmejl Ceralvo 2 Frank KuykendallCentertown 4 RoweCondlt Matanzas 138 John Smith Ceralvo 50 DISTRICT No7 Carroll Smith McHenry 295 Brown McHenry 80 Orlett C Carter Rockport 23 Carl Davenport Cool Springs 14 Raymond FrancisRender 6 Argued on Demurer The case of C P Keown vs W S Tinsley etc was argued before Judge Birkhead Wednesday night on demurer filed by defendants fo the petition United States District Attorney DuRelle and Judge W H Holt of Louisville were present to present the case for the the plaintiff and the defendants were represented by Heavrin Barnett Smith This is the suit brought here to test the Constitutionality of the re cent act of the Legislature which deprives Ohio county of a member of the House of Representatives- The whole question was argued at length Judge Birkhead giving a patient hearing and seeming very much interested Attorneys Du Relle and Holt presented maps and tables showing that one voter of Spencer county has as much voice in legislation as 7 in Ohio county un der this law They also showed that in 12 Representative districts the populationexceeds that of 12 other districts over 300000 Judge Birkhead took the ease tinder advisement agreeing to give a decision sometime next week Lawn Fete And exhibitiondrlllwill be given by Company H 3rd Kentucky In fantry on Court House Lawn Satur tiny evening August 18 1906 from 8 to 12 Refreshment will be served and proceeds used for the benefit of encampr Sargt E M WOODWARD Corpl OTTO MARTIN Com Sargt J OsCARFLENERCourt Comth Vs Wm Burgess c I statement filed and stricken off Josephine Layton vs Wm P Brown verdict of jury 14389 for defend ant C Lee Warden vs M H E R R Co continued for plaintiff Wm Warden Va M H E R R Cove of jUry 500 W S Allen vs Out Chinn dismissed Gib Hoover vii Westerfield Bros verdict of jury 30 for plantiff James Sullenger Vs G B Likens administratorset forward to 11th day Y L Moseley vs C D Brown ccontinued W H Griffin vs North America Accident Insurance Coverdict df jury 150 for plan tiff Haden Westerfield vs M H E R R Co passed A J Ad dington vs C L Warden contiuad D B Rhoades VII J Funk c same order S A James vs B K Jefferies cverdictof jury 190 for plaintiff L A Thomson vs CejUral Coal Iron Coverdict of Jury 500 for plaintiff Comth vs Wade Park charged withstealing chickens verdict of jury guilty and confinement in the penitentiary one year A H Ross and others trustees of Pond Run church vs Pi R Robison verdict of the jury for defendant CAME NEAR DROWNING Did Two Men in Creek Near Fordsville Horse Drowned For pville Ky Aug 13Sunday afternpon three buggies started MrAlfredbeing Ip the near buggy When the party got a haw miles front town a heavy rain commenced to fall About they met Mr James Bupleft mining from Hartford with one of Mr Sam Roberts livery rigs and Mr Clark and Miss Ford turned back and followed the rig towards Fordsville When they reached the creek near Gaines coal trestle the stream was so high they helped Miss Ford across the creek over the trestle and then Mr Clark crossed back to the buggy and started to drive up the road a distance which was flooded and ran some distance parallel with the creek He had gone but a short distance when the horse and buggy were washed into the stream The horse was drowned Mr Clark swam to a tree climbed it and remained there for three and onehalf hours before he was res cued Mr Burdettsucaeeded in get ting his horses loose from the surrey mounted one and got them out aft er the surrey was overturned by the water m Company Our local military company is working hard to get in shape for the encampment next week They will leave Beaver Dam next Tuesday evening at 930 over the I C for Henderson They have been order ed to march to Beaver Dam which will give them their first experience in the soldiers tramp Capt De Weese has been untiring in his ef forts to secure uniforms and equipments for the boys and put them in position to make a creditable show ingLieutenants Midkiff and Keown have also given much of their Valua ble time in drilling and training the young soldiers for service John Taylor who has had several years training in military tactics at Louisville has also been very valua ble to the company in drill work We all feel proud of Co Hr and expect to hear nothing but good reports from its work at Henderson next week I City Like Down at Fordwille they have con crete sidewalks and a fellow feels like he was stepping alongon Fourth street in Louisville This is a splen did improvement over the old plank and muddy way and we congratu late the citizens of that town on mentIBreckenridge AFTER 35 YEARS Hopklnsvllle Girl WIIIWec1 Her Old Ohio Sweet heart Hopkinsville Ky Aug 14Miss Harriet Dietraich of this city will be married tonight at Defiance 0 to Guildford Seward wealthy man ufacturer of Akron 0 The bride andIs five Thirtyfive years ago the couple planned to marry but on account of parental objections Miss Dietrich broke the engagement Since that time Mr Seward married twice His first wife lived only a few months and the second Mrs Seward twenty years Miss Dietrich has been teaching school and was one of the most efficient teachers in the Hopkinsville high school Over a year ago Mr Seward rendered his suit but his sweetheart had promised to remain in the public schools here during the 19056 term At the conclusion of the session Miss Dietrich informed the trustees that she would teach no longer and went a few days ago to her old home in Defiance 0 where the long deferred ceremony will be performed tomorrow night by the aged minister who was to have mar aied the couple thirtyyears ago Miss Dietrich is a sister of Prof Charles H Dietrich who was the first superintendent of the Hopkins ville public school- sResolutions of Respect Whereas on July 15th 1906 the Supreme and Divine Ruler of this Universe in His infinite wisdom has seen fit to call from this lodeand community into the presence of the Supreme of us all our dearly beloved Brother Arthur G Moxley Therefore Be It Resolved That by the death of Bro A G Moxley Shreve Local No 596 of the A S of E has lost a true good and worthy Brother the community a moral upright and noble citizen and his mother a kind and indulgent son Resolved That in behalf of each individual member of this lodge this committee extend to the bereaved mother brothers and sisters the heartfelt sympathy of us all and that a page be set apart in our record book of this lodge as a mem orial and a copy of same furnished the family and that they be publish ed in the county papers and the Owensboro Inquirer- C T WHITTINGHILL ComDWALTER WALKER J Death of Clayton R Stevens Clayton R Stevens died at his home at the Almshouse last Satpr day evening after lingering illness from a complication of diseases resulting from typhoid fever Mr Stevens was born and reared in the Nocreek neighborhood but resided near Centertown until last spring when he was selected by the Fiscal Court to keep the Almshouse During the short time in which he had been in charge he gave every evidence that he would makeasplen- did official to have charge of the unfortunate people in his care both in kind treatment of the inmates and in looking after the interest of the county Clayton Stevens was a true man in every sense of the word an up right citizen and a loyal friend His remains were laid to rest Sun day afternoon at the Carson cemetery in the presence of a large assemblage of his old friends neighbors and relativesRev A Bennett conducted ser vices at the grave NARROWS Messrs Cyrus Sharp and Jack Walker and Misses Verna Renfroiy and Rosa Shreve attended the Chau tauqua at Owensboro Tuesday Mr and Mrs RobertShultz Ms srs Virge and Bill Renfrow venjCto Owensboro Tuesday to see Ha en backsshow Vt t i Mr Albert Acton a Chicago char I n cist visited friends relatives and his sweetheart in Ohio county last week Misses Annie Dunn and Lou Greenesales ladies with F Renfrow ThursdayforMrs Dr A B Riley went to Liv ermore Wednesday to visit her mother Mrs D L Johnson Messrs John Renfrew E G Kir KuykendallRiley are going to Owensboro Friday night to see Senator Tillman of South Carolina and incidentally to hear him speak Mr and Mrs Jesse Bennett re turned Tuesday from a few days countyMrfeeling very kindly just now toward Mr and Mrs T LiLloyd of Bar retts Ferry The obligation is on y the account of a birthday dinner given to the former by the latter at their home Sunday Misses Annie Dunn and Lou Greene and Mrs Hirschof this place were also guests of the occasion Uncle Billie was sixtyfive Sunday and contrary to the usual order is growing young er insteadof older May he have many returns of the aaniversary of his birth is the wish ofa host of 3ffriends RENDER Ajug 14 Mrs R J Engleby Jr returned to her home in Herrin Ill last Wednesday after visiting Mr anoVMrflf JR J Engleby Sr for the past hrJIPweeks JW13aker went to Bardwell fewdaysGeo Edmons was in Horse Branch lat Thursday Wm Burton Hartford was here lastThursday Hub Herrel Wysox was the guest of his brdther L E Herrel last Fri dayEdw Jones went to Central City last Friday Roy Stevens Centertown was l1relast Saturday thegJast Saturday K J McKenney Louisville was here last Saturday on business F O Allen spent last Saturdays and Sunday in OIaton Messrs W H Sloan R M GWynn and Jno Hopkins went to Leichfieldi last Sunday W Robert McDowell left for Lantonj l Ind last Sunday A J Stewart went to Horse Branch last Sunday Rev Fred G Jones Drakesboro filled his regular appointment here last Sunday at the Baptist church Those who attended court in Hart ford from here yesterday were Messrs Simon JonesJohn S Spence Judge L Francis Robert Simpson Sam Filmore and Jas Dean A 0 Ross Echols was here yes terdayDeputies Sheriff S A Bratcher todayImoved his family to this place where he is now engaged in teaching the school He seems to be well liked by the patrons and scholars We wish him much success I J A Reneer Centertown moved his family to this place where he has acccepted the position as night engineer and watchman for the C C I Co L A Thompson Edw Barrass Ike Austin and Dr H B Innis at tended court in Hartford today J R Cannon left today for Vicksburg Ind where he has accepted u position as blacksmith Flood at Evansville f Evansville Ind Aug 14Arain storm this afternoon did damage in I Evansville to the extent of 100000 I The power house of the street car I company was flooded and for two hours there ware no cars running A portifoundations rush Lightning struck the fyg ing and did considera lr- e Flt cr Y ki 1t MM I s IIIIIIIIf- QULGETL= i o L u IFairsnalty Hosiery sold fiir TEX C ETf a 2w duality lrllst l lIlolI Slam l the kind needed rill I wear Buy now and layawayIIlIliI winter It9Cwill pay you to do it Our prici per puir j i Fairs Napkins i Something nit dlnl in every houihold We will place on Salo 20doxji good Linen Nnpkius size ISxlS extra kt hems attractive damask patterns lloral center border to I TinwareII cnnipetition i CnlliincMViTed Iud tt- e I hW iJllliin Tin Buck a 1 int I i4t Iu is I fp 1i I 1lllt LhIi il N rifts 1 j qt lliik In tl Pudding funs 1c 05 viiviHii ni i HI r J 0 qt Lippil r auiipins0c oI Gallon I II 1 1t D tf i iii upI rI Bread Toasters Oc OJ r r9WW Fairs Chinaware China Cups tc- Cold Him IMates trc l1palld Saucers II Saitid Dishes tc Vickie Jak Ihites tcI Oat 1bal Iishestc- II l t Wishes Do Fairs Miscellanous Items ted Pry Pans D- Cf0lbs Spring Scales DC Pad DC Whisk Brooms DC nlfm lW rri 9 For many years it has been our custom to offer to the people of Hartfordand Ohio county some special for August This year we are going to do as heretolore except on a larger scale Our reasons for doing this are First To slow our trade that we appreciate their That we may make a clean up of all summer merchandise Our special sale system to some extent has been copied by some merchants except in price Our cash buying and 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 COMMENCI- NGMondiy August 20thENDiNG SATURDAY AUGUST 25 9CalFairs Wash Goods Our Wash Goods are too varied to go into 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 tOe 121c 15c and 20c qualities for only per yard 9C Fairs Ladies Vests Beyond question tho best Vest ever oflerul by us made of extra quality Maco yarn Ribbed has both taped arm hole and neck with a Vor square yolk These 9CdllFairs Ribbons Another special feature of our previous sales one that has been much talked of is our big ribbon values This time our qualities will be better and our values will bo bigger than ever All shades all widths from 22 to 00 Utilities that sell every day for 25c and H5e nrIas long as they last for I Lcks detail Is a place of special interest to all economic A place where you can buy Tinware Chinaware Glass ware and Kitchen at an actual savins of 25 to 85 per cent Every article a bargain lit tic and lOc Our special price 2 for 9o HUM Oc earn House 13 rooms 9e Buggy Whips 9a Fine CUIII b DC Hand Mirrors Do Door Spring ac Ice Picks Je4c Egg Beaters Kitchen Sets 9c Fairs Towel lucks DC Cloth Driers 9c Hat Baskets 9c 4Itsreason why you should not buy now as well as in the early spring J ust as staple just as desirable patterns I and much cheaper Too many styles and Fabrics to go into details for only9C J Fairs Towels It is a conceded stet that wo always have tho best Towels in Hartford for the price Wo make a during these sales in giving Towel values special sale wo have bought a large of values 100 dozen of genuine Union 9cgainFairs Folks who know and Embroidery values have long ago learned that WQ have ftt jflioi 4largest and best selected assortment in they come direct to us Now on tho windup of thoseason that we may make a cleanup as well as give you some thing of special value wo will put widths from 8 to 10 inches wide for AIRSS 5c lOc BASEMENT I fFair ullr Dishes9c bargains patronage Second general per9C iT OUR BASEMENThousewives Graniteware Woodenware Furnishing Woodenware Hanger9cSp- lit qualities specialty breaking purchaso recordI Embroideries appreciate Tillest Ilartfordhettc onlyC AND I Clothes Hangers DC Clothes Pins G forDc2- 5c Whitewash Brushes DC Clothes Brushes 9c Curtain Poles 9c Mixing BowlsDoMo- usetraps 2 for DC Salt Boxes DC Fairs Glassware Preserve Stands 9o Cake Stands DC Pickle Dishes 9c Glass Tumblers 2 forDcG- lass Pitchers DC Salad Bowls 9c iJJ1 11 Bake PlntesUcGl-ass Vases gc Spoon Holdors Ho Fruit Receivers gc Fairs Graniteware Sauce Pans gc Bread Pane oc Granite Dippers Oc Lipped Saucepans 9C Baking Pans Dc Mixing Bowls 9C 9CGranite gcPreservingCream Ladles gc jY r MCRfARY WIt SI County Committees to Name tK the Election Officers Knockout low For DccUliam and Rats NoW Surely Desert Inv Sinking Ship Frankfort Ky Aug I1rhere was u sunsational split in the sub fommiittee having in charge the holding of till Democrutic state pri mary today between the friends of Heckham Huly and McChesney+ on the one side and huger and piney on the other and the full state committee sustained the HagerHines faction the result of which is that a decision way made to allow the the primary election otFcers in the various counties to he appointed by the county committee and not by the state committee This victory for local self govern ment fully sustains the contention of Senator McCrcarys advisory com mittee handed by congressman Stan lay which recently came to Frank fort to ask of chairman McQuown that this be done McQuown continued today us he did then to contend that the state committee should appoint the del tion officers and when defeated not only by the subcommittee but by a majority of the whole state com mittee he resigned his place on the subcommittee and declared he would have nothing whatever to do withconducting the state primary The committee requested him to withdraw his resignation but this he refused to do and tonight gave to the press a statement to this ef feet The only man on the subcommit tee who skied with McQuown wits Rouse Lassings man from the Sixth district Those on the winning side were Ayres Koark Fitch and FoggOn the matter of the cost of the primary the committee sustained McQuowns estate of 10000 and will assess the candidates according ly The Tyres faction reported in favor of the 32000 with a provision for a subsequent assessment if nec essary upon the successful candy dates + There is great elation tonight among McCrearys friends who be lieve that giving the naming of elec tion olTcers to the county committee insures a fairer election The refusal of the supporters of linger and limes on the committee to do Hcckhums bidding is considered urdedJThe assessment on the various of fices is as follows United States Senator 5500 Governor 6500 Lieutenant Governor 1000 Attorney General 4000 Auditor 1500 I Secretary of State 1000 Treasurer 1500 Clerk of the Court of Appeals 1500 Superintendent of Public In struction J000 Commissioner of Agricultre 2000 Luckiest Man In ArkansJaH Im the luckiest man in Arkansas writes H L Stanley of Uruno since the restoration of my wifes r health after five years of continuous coughing and bleeding from the lungs and I owe my good fortune to the worlds greatest meclicIlJr Kings New Discovery for Consumption which I know from experience will cure consumption if taken in time My wife improved with first bottle and twelve bottles completed tVecure Cures the worst coughs and colds or money refunded At A Wayne Griffin Broe druggists COc and 100 Trial bottles freo A True OpiimlST A woman who can retain her sr unity when the clothesline Invuhs and lets the fanul waf i ig lvi on newlyspaded gulen U intitlil M A be called an optimist A word of truth in a few words N Ial ul oi h jiifi JIIXM are constipating especially thoso con taming opiates Kennedy Iisa tive Honey and Till moves the how els Contains no opiates You can get it at Z Vayn Gritlln Bro A Dutclifli sns Solilcqry to His DHS You vUs or Y my dog yet ym vat s J petty nd ttn inf VIn yu vac 0 huncry you hnrAs up u pr iini knaves it and yeu vas full Vhen 1 Treating Wrong Disease I nUypbyslelimunit from teprht another from liourt kidneydlsoase I 111111UIImensygotngand j arttunnddistiuctdiseasesi for which lie i usyiiinliiK Until to Im such procrlbos hliIand potions In reality they am Uterlnudlseastlen IMC of siilTirliDr iiifiuriitfrs this prac suffrrlugwrongtnvttrnent1 11nrll14tlltrlltyA atul tll lIllItllI 11willDr Jlorcoft rlivorlln Irescrliitlon Is a Klentlllc medicine an ox erlauccti and skIIIfnIihysloinii and adapted to womans delicate stcIII andIsj niiKlemAx tonic Fa 10tiltI tlllctlyfmlIllI In particular Fur over worked uuru out rundown dehlll taicd tcncherx milliner drt seamstresMS shop gIrls rnakIN1 liiirMnir mothers finMo IrtlICrlpUolII I eqimliil us an appetizing cordial and storative tunic 10I nllhitsoliduingnervous exhaustion nervous prostration StVlutss ulmnhwrtluuuluterus It Induces refreshing IInlldrelieves mental anxiety unit invigoratetheturns u doe Easy tu take us candy vas buttery I had to york und puy me something und cook it und den eaclI it und somedimes haf the stomach troubles Vhen you vas sleepy you shust turns round dree dimes unciI lies down und you was asleep Vhen I vas sleepy I haf to hunt mine ped und make it und go to sleep und dream und haf the nightmare Den when you tie you vets dent Vhen I tie I got to go some place ulreaty Ex The Yollow Fever Gorm has recently been discovered It bears u close resemblance to the ma laria germ To free the system from disease germs the most effective remedy is Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed to cure all dis eases due to malaria poison and constipation U5c at Z Wayne Bros Drug StoreWhat They SI nlfyIHow many our readers can tell us what the stripes on a barber pole signify You see the pole with its stripes and you know there is a bar ber shop back of the pole but here the average persons knowledge ceas es In the early days barbers didI the bleeding for the community and surgeon were not as plentiful as now The first thing thought necessary way down to the time of George Washingtons death was that any patient should be bledtap him and take a few ounces of blood from him no matter how weak he might be When Washington was at the gasp the fools bled him Well the red stripes on n barber pole I mean the red ribbon bandages that barbers bound over the wounds caused by bleeding people Thats allWhen they got through with UI plethoric man of full habit and h dI tapped him like a a hard maple tree in February he was patched up and I I bandaged till his arms legs and trunks looked like a muchgartered leg i There N nothing so pleasant as1 utpeacewithI I i I so conductive to good work and I good results The healthly man aiIn who is handicapped by some disability however slight A slight disorder of the stomach willderange your body your thoughts and your disposition Get away from the morbidness and the blues Keep youribrainindiscretions of overeating can be easily corrected and you will be sur prised to see how much better man you are Try a little Kodol For Dysoepsia after your meals Sold by Z Wayne Griflln Bro IDont drag along with a dull bil lions heavy feeling You need a pill Use DeWitts Little Early Hi fro the fiimous little pills Do not s ikn or gripe but results are s v v SddbyZ Wayne Griffin o w i SURPRISE FOR SHERIFF Graves County Official Ignorant of Excution of Negro Maths iIt is juite unusual fora man to be hanged by law in a county without the knowledge of that countys sheriff says the Paducah News Democrat but such a case is now before us at Mayfielil as Graves countys sheriff Will L Brand does not yet know that Allen Muthis was hanged in the jail yard at Mayfield July 81 reIthat he has been confined to his home with a very severe illness for several weeks and while he has been somewhat improved for the past ten days it was deemed advisable to oneIand he is told of the excution at the hands of his deputy Oscar Elmore His home is located on South Sev enthstreet about two blocks from the jail and on the night of the sen sational hanging great precaution was necessary to prevent him from surmising something- Mr Brand is now able to sit up and it is expected and hoped that he will be down town within a very few weeks Prof Tyler of Amherst college said recently A man can live comfortably without brains no man ever existed without a digestive system The dyspeptic has neither faith hope or charity Day by day people realize the importance of caring for their digestion realize the need of the use of a little corrective after overeting A corrective like Kodol for Dyspepsia It digests what you eat Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Death Fight in Darkness- A news telegram from Cleveland Ohio says A story ofu desperate struggle between two brothers and their archenemy in a park room the doors of which had been locked was told at the coroners inquest over the body of Mike Pardovitch today Pardovitch was a giant and the terror of the Austrian colony in Newburg He bore a grudge of years standing against Stave and Mike Bergitz brothers and entered their home at night to fix them as he said Ten boarders fled and the three men locked themselves in a room for a fight to the death Knives whirled and clashed in pitch darkness Smothered exclamations I of hatred mingled with half stilled i cries of pain as the three in silence faught to kill and live The fight lasted fifteen minutes ending when the giant had been slain Mike Beritz is held for murder his brother has disappeared A Hnaltng Gospel The Kev J C Warren pastor of Sharon Baptist Church Belair GaI says of Electric Bitters Its a Godsend to mankind It curedme I lame back still joints and complete physican collapse I was so weak it took me half an hour toII walk a mile Two bottles of ric Bitters have made me so strong I have just walked three miles in 50 minutes und feel like walking three more 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 h ICabbage Snakes Jllrror j tales of cabbage j snakes will be going the rounds and people will once more stand in mortal fear of cabbage These snakes are not snakes and have not the slightest relation thereto They are long hairlike parasit insects that hatch and deve- lopeSUPPORT JCOTTS EMULSION suns u a bridge to carry the weakened and lUrvtd system along until It can find firm support In ordinary food Send for the tampU SCOTT DOWNS ChemtiU pNtS N Yorkyoocciadjaadaadra ti ear tt et ar in the bodies of grasshoppers and crirkets As the parasites increrno in sixe they destroy the vitality of the meets of which they havo taken po ession which finally weaken and dir The parasites or snakes then pas from the bodies of the insects I and try to find another home which mut be cool and moist The pecu lint constructions of the cabbage head makes it the place best adapted for that purpose The spaces between the cupped leaves are always both moist and cool and they can draw from the tender cabbage suffici ent food to sustain them without apparently affecting the cabbage but it is known that grasshoppers frequent growing cabbage and no doubt leave them there they are not at all poisonous but if one eats cabbage either cooked or raw he prefers that it would be such as is not infested with these strange occupants About the only remedy is to keep the field freed from grasshoppers and crickets Frightfully BurnedIhas W Moore a Ford City Pa had his hand frightfully burned in an electrical furnace He applied Bucklens Arnica Salve with the usual result a quick and perfect cure Greatest healer on earth for Burns Wounds Sores Eczema and Piles 25c at Z Wayne Grillin Bros Druggists CRAZY MAN Imagines That President Roose velt is His En emy I Hawesville Ky Aug 14tlll j House one of the most prominent young men in the county has been I adjudged to be of unsound mind and taken to the Hopkinsville lunatic asy lum He is entirely rational on etcry point but one He says that President Roosevelt and George Freeman a fictitious person with himare in collusion and have an electric machine with which they are re moving his brains and blood He says that at night Roosevelt hides in his neighbors barn and in the day in his house On two different occasions he went to the barn late at night with a pistol and unloaded it on his immaglnary persecutor Neighbors took him home on each oc casion He is not expected to live State Malitia to Have Good Prac tice Lexington Ky August 14Cap tain V K Dodge inspector of the state guard rifle practice has gone to Henderson to prepare a rifle range for the use of the state guard there Captain Dodges staff Captain J R Sams and Lieuten ants King and Griffithhave also gone to Henderson I The government has appropriated 25000 to the state rifle practice each year Captain Dodge intends to make the Henderson rifle range this year one of the best schools of instruction ever given the Kentucky soldiers The First Kentucky goes into camp first and then the Third regiment The second of which Senator J Embry Allen has just been made Colonel will go into j camp last bylHis Own Gun IJactJb Boyer a wellknown farmer of near Finesville N J accidentally killed himself in a peculiar man tier in front of his home and in the presence of his family July 4 I Boyer had been aggravated during the day by dogs chasing his sheep and later when one of the strange dogs got into a fight jith the family dog in front of the Boyer house he secured a doublebarreledshotgun and fired twice at the intruding dog At his request Mrs Boyer brought two more loaded shells out of the house which Boyer placed into the gun The next shot wounded the dog and Boyer then tried to beat the animal to death with the stock of the gun when the second charge ex ploded and the shot fatally injured the farmer by tearing the flesh ft om his right thigh and entering his abdomen Death resulted in a half I hour Boyer was 45 years of age I I Why does the sum burn Why does a mosquito sting Why do we feel unhappy in the Good Old Sum dontIand these little ills dont bother us Learn to look for the name on the box to getthe genuine Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Tine Kind You Have Always Bought antI whIch has Leer in use for ocr 30 years has borne the signature of J and has been made under his personal supervision since Its infancy Allow no ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorli is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Foverishncss It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS S Bears the Signature of A The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC CCffTAUfl COMPANY Tr MURRAY STREET MCW YONft CfTY mw OUR CLUBBING RATES THE RKIUIJUCAN and Louisville Herald125TU- E RKiuiitucAN aUld Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE RKitiuucAN and CourierJournal 150 THE RKIUHUOAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TUB RKIUIUICAN anti Horne and Farm 125 TUB ReiunijKuN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE RKIUKUOAN and Twicea Week Owensborolnquirer 175 THE RKCUIILICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 Tin RKPUIUJCAN und Twicea Week Oboro Messenger 175 THK llKiiTuucAx und NatiunalMugazine 150 Adoress all orders to THE REPUBLICAN ma jf spaBBBeEa aeaa asasaeaseoRAN- DALLm T COLLINS Z WAYNE GRIFFIN When in Louisville QSTOPAT I- rn Settlingss n T WV f 1 1 i IkT T l 1 IR0TheHome for Ohio County a People ifi 1 Kluguut Clean HOUIIIH and Polito Attention S W m Curlier Second und Joft rson Streets S COLLINS GRIFFIN Props m E aS B 2tI cg m J24 BUYS 44 L SCHOLARSHIPuntil the 100 allotted to bo told at a discount on account ot the opening of our Evansville Col lege ani HOld No vtJon enter any time DRAUCHONSl EVANSVILLE Bb2D 27 Colleges id 15 states 30000000CAPITAL Indorsed by Lnslnem men from Maine to California 17 years traccess Wo aim teach BY MAIL Write for price POSITIONS SECURED OR I MONEY REFUNDED Call or wend for Catalogue PATENTSRod TRADE MARRS Crompttl outned- tltNwnwtoraoto Wobntn PATENTS- THAT PAY Nu1Ter4etam tiwrooatdratour cijuuc tad ttty jou to Nurosa tend model photo or kttch for FREE report on ir4emWutr to rest pnrtlra SUR PASSING RCFCRCNCCB rorlree Guide Book on ProflubU lltenu write to BO3 BOB Seventh StreetWASHINOTON D C DSWIFTM i Fe J BIG FOUR New York Central Lines- The Best Line totIndianapolis IPeoria f Chicago I Toledo 0 A Detroit I Cleveland S Buffalo New York fbun IAnd all other points East Information cheerfully fur CityJavenue or DeptJj S J GATES i HJKHKINJ Agent I OIIiIQn ilodol Dyspepsia CHJ t what you oat r sr 1 tip sy v Hartford Republican iMuH liytbi Ilnrttoril lnlill bin emnpxnr IInOKJHJ1I ndlturvUSJIITit I ==ctuabruact 34- Konen ro xc= FRIDAY AUGUST in REPUBLICAN TICKET FlattJN IItI2I M L HEAVR1N- iliJhlii n ntr ANNOUNCEMENTSIVB drM HOK id turI1tprntntttrnlds i l ntrnl MwnMt ftnm thl tber4blltrtetubte t loth m Uoo of- the lltJublkl1l1 hart xnrenutbuNtnl nI tintIOnaT ILAllliXCH llnWUBSK d lIuete lrrrlntt it miuUtat for llnnrMitatlmn th Hmrml AMviBlilf Itnio tbl tbueth dattlttnw t to ttw urtlon ul the nI1UttllI laIIHxaminii ttiu InUulon your nnDur II i ItJn not cormcrnatlfy UB j THAT jint debate betweun H Ifj er and Hayea will be worth going i miles to hear IF thu investigation of thu Louis vine City Hospital results in a new and decent building it wilt not have been in vain WE predicted sometime atjo that the lid was on only temporarily at Louisville One edjjo seems to havai been raised lastSunday IT seems to us that this Country dues a world of talking against Anarchism anti actually dues very Htvl tilt toward stamping it out lit drawing up their nlatforma this year Democratic Conventions should nut neglect to view with alarmc the enormoroua cropland prosper OIlS times II A AFTER all this speculation about whether or nut Ollie isunw would run for Governor turnsOil to huve been wasted He is ai C111I didate for VicePresident 1 IN nine years of Republican and under a protective tariff and trade gain is SfidH9vHHl0llli Paste this in your hut and vote as iifr uiL business nun should in November j A QHINK with each sandwich ati Louisville on Sunday represents tine craclc in the lid at lust acd counts A company hits been ftirmr t t for the munufacrun of patier intuit tk1t i SKCATTIII TJIUIAX lias sounded an ainrm to the friends of JTr Bryan i who am hnostin him ftn President Eu says its too toon anti inriinutus that in ilamui f it beyond relailrTUB State Bumd of Equalisation Ifuun5 to lune tjquaiteed tile IMnals ita fun taxes Now the courts tilet sailed upon to utiualige drum in relld rrisentatiun in the LeKislanire where iur ia iaw are created b HalllMAN McQLOWN did perftict t Hint in resigning What right l has any one else to dual tint minis This thinif of letting imoiperienced Bounty Cliuinnen appoint elifction olfiutira couid not be tolerated IP lie honest ihriscian Domouratu and thule alrf itiuny ever bad any faiths in the Surtfmrt Himilii purity of Imart nrnfeisiona they will straight way i se t unless bolt paper at once repudiates the Slilll on Trhution letter sent out by till CHmucratit Tampniini riimmitt a tl 7 V YEH8 IB too ionif in juivanue tu iccr it Pwsiiient Botli does wiiiii lit Biynn wets a etndiilatxi t us friends uhtud him puny times bufuri the regain ehcdon day Hnwuvwr when tlie nine tams tn I tarn he trkk tliey lidnt Juive tl vitas rtnouuh rfiiinine1 awlytar rd hv Rmpuhll all ticket ArTMnNFY GENERAL lades iil m iiiii r t vhv Ins f iii airiHs mi the iiiKintr Fim iminirttirm tairnod town i pripfltior fnn a raimut n urhitt rn Mold the Stan J1 iiiil frir i UiMjn unit nve it tlJfl iiiit viio ii crting ro JUiId it at 11- 1exIenEe E of 2lItllIIIII EMV Jmi era Those men ara ail oaniUiiutitit fdr Juice Biv yu our leaniDd that runnintr tor nSca in Kenfiiu lrE is a IId pusiitpeC EuSII islet ilonu hlJl HIi tie tI Democratic Conirressional Campaign Committee has be un to receive dol mar donations Please do nut tell the Snrifurel HtrmM about this It weld spoil its wonderful sermon delivered lust week about vote buying corrupting elections ere We presume howavori it would contend that this money will be usethto purchnae religious liter ature tndistributis among the orI gonizcrabf the trusts THE boys who wore thli blue are meeting in theirannual encampment at Minneapolis this week Each year thu roster grows shurter Old ago iafast telling upon the veterans of both aides and in a few years at most thu men who composed tint mighty armies of the Civil War will be known only in thu history of that great conilict almost a half century ago which cost this Country so much precious blood but left it stronger andrmora firmly united1 in the end IuminlrlStatnon a voterI must state that hu has voted a Democratic candidate for Congress on that day before he will be permitted to express his choice for State officers The primary is to ba made use of to assist in the election uf memberaofr Congress inclos Dis tricts This is a species of intimida tiun which will no doubt be uttenilfal to by the next Congress if them are any contests before that bOil from this State COL WATTERSON has broken louse igainst thu Democratic State Pri mary and warns his party that it will lead to dufeat He says itbej gins to smell already and before you ire dune with it it will stink Mr iVatteraon devotes about a column u it in thu CourierJournal Wednes lay in which he urges a return toI the old way of making nominations liiuadiuinuffof thu muchinu too lung The Colonel closes his Lditorml in the ftill owing language which is vigornua f nut elegant In spurt and in ine call thu damned thing off mllI nave a poor man a ciiance to get a lomination as in days of yore yen without money and withuut price Tail Democratic patty would kill the guise that laid the golden flag Never before in tine history If Ellis Country was labor so com Iwteiy employed nor at such rcnuin f nxliwtpricea No une will dispute I thus Democrats will not admitthatit I s the maintainunce of the protective jatcm which produces his condi alien On the idler band Mr Bryan tmttmds that only fttu silver at lti- rn I1 could have saved us frtm a win inuancii of die hard time tad low iricui which existent at the clone of m lust Democratic iuhninistrntion sceptdiatabout that tilnutnumgohl VruI discovered But Mr Bryan t what good would morn gold ore havo t tune till great toiling millions ftmerican laborers without it wild Ie iistributwt among fnem duough l jiutant employment at lentil wages s Smokeless factories and marciiing aria armiud distribute no golds EAUTKOUD please give unI an liwr1ulon thou thiiflnussuf this Tii till ilmurntilr VVIMK II tlwi rrr tM t tltMiln I lr Mr ngirdtlletsNetkIul tiulnn 41ur tiruul Iwfrreh t u tfrr awn rM bplla roft 1 It IIII enlMLIYNMIhrlfttMF u WT1MtI tNt h IrM Itdn yl + l1t 91 u11 II 11M t- YNtluttl IIsuWrHn IIICntI IIt11LICLeIMNand 1114 IWt u ler IIIIgItMI elltl 1111 Iwftr InPat4 wm uq kiLNIU NkbtC n1n1Nt4dtliU nrNe1tillltM1I t rt Nx tll HNIinItIIHtaIw Inrh xuNppx of o rYTo tbe 111It11NIn1therxnUunItlltttvke WIIat WSa ttlrntltu IsllteI-lkuItrf Iliur irItl tor Nt tnvar ndlfMlI4UIIIFnI tldtwywM to Inr1- MIeML All it M1u u xrn- IIIto Ile islenbniU frnn MtlnNI- I11Nnv IIulldtxK Niitd Kiu II i To tfiu honuat Ghristian Deino iit iimPtiiurauna many what do ifill think of dais mhemu But tirat fall what do you tfiink of the ffl ftl11 preicuncnt E TiO Ulc Public QiiiStiHteniliKr 1st we will open n irtftinl The Peoplea Pressing lulil All work lane bran UPlJritcedlman and satisfaction guaran td EDi TwEDDELn Mgr FOR THE BUSY READER Property loges aggregating m ably I1UUOOII was caused Ciiusday it- at Evansville Iml by u several uii and electrical storm W J Bryan who is now in Pur confirms the report from Mellnmrn that ha intends tu visit Australia He says he will start immedhiiMV after tile November election a Congressman Ulliu Janus of ae First district is still undecided t whether he will enter the race m Governor He ia conferring ivti friends in his district amluskini thuir advice S Republicans of the Tenth Tonne see congressional district nominate Harry B Anderson for Congress and adopted a resolution calling lit Theodore Roosevelt tn become rlu Republican candidate fur Preaiittni again in UHI8 Contrary to Trutlii It is pretty rough on the FtTraders They have persistently at tributed the development of trisc to Protection which is a cardinu Republican principle ignoring ho fact that the only successfullattemp at curbing the abuses of trusts haw been mine by a Republican admmis tration Right at this juncture there is m authumtaf denunciator of trusts in England by newspaper in that country The truth is in James Gr Blare saidryeara ago mt England FreeTrade England s plastered all over with trusts nut there is no country where certain forms of monopoly and special pr v ilege have more completu sway England will have to settle its wn trust pmlilema just as other coun tries must do But it is absured or American FreeTmdura to close ttifir nyeAtii fhcta anti to insistcontrat U truth thut proteetion is the ape ai breeder of trusts Troy Dime GQTEBQ OKLAHOMA Aug Hi As I see nothingnn y ur paper from Oklahoma iffymii veil allow me in for a few moments viil promise to be brief I would never lave asked such a privilege hUll nut promised friends to du soh Well L will say that C got BUCK infu from my HlimeComing np trod now I can sit down anti recall many pleasant hours I spent hill there especially the time I crossed I tough Creek at slate rippie and lust a pair of slippers and a peek if choice cached Oh mid how yours txiiln lid try to tvU those pe writs when the wntur Honied them slit if thud buggy but twill nut tell what two iris got a good ftiot washing ai tliej line time I must say that L do lnvn HI ivenl inky and alwny will but 3winiej ant iiave goad health thurf MI E uest I will stay here fur a i fi on ittIVa are having plenty oftun in ict more than we need imis bier lint wheat hits been dutnugnd in ie shuck Threshing is irint5i sirs slow Potatoes ItbUlf gttta luaaud watermelon m far you will Willie L mow forgot to say that ail are wl1 except fi uf till children who nave the whooping utmgn Alhst fills think that whuupingImgh ont amount tu much but jjou cant itufif timt into me I vil tiay dust if thetf ever take it again I will- klrefly leave the ranch- Saty11r ffilitnr I with you maid Ytllp putting the personals in with d1u advtirtKementas I hUll i read ill die ads just in order vi rinii out the has been Co town during dm week It may suit lnne hilt it gets Idaa Pliaroah with your mete Ifyou will Seoul me tone pIlL hemalia I will try tu writ igain L will claw by saying that we Have melon timt weighs 47 pninds red pKUuh that Ino lines 11 inches r r 1Vi LiEn CANE RUN Mrs Phieby Christian i visiting LT niece Mra Mary 1tnmu- mgaofHoods orsoparOIa is nnquestSo ly the greatest blood aid wrier medic known ftr OBitlveTy and permanently area every humor from unpTes to Scrofula Itit ic Best Bleed Medicine J When the Hair Falls Then its rime to actJ No time to study to read to experi ment Yow want to save your hair and save ir quickly too I So make upi your mind this very minute that if your hair ever comes our yow wilt use Ayers Hair Vigor It makes the scalp healthy The hair stays im Ft cannot dog any thing else Itfs natures way The bnic kind atn testimonial 3ulO for ovnr oiuty yen ra- orJ u J7eaIWcIl alb ito IaY ttueI or AlJSAYSAP101L1el u u mu near Olaton Elder J F Bakertilled his regular appointment at Stilem Sunday ltr1 G Wilson went to Beaver Dam yesterday on business Mr rIf Christian is building new dwelling house tillS Ola Martin who has been on thu ick list forseveral weeks is able to lit up again Mr Farris Jamison visited his parents near CenturtouTi lust week His mother runt two children ac companied him home Sunday Min Laura Font was thu guest of Mrs Maggiu Christian lust WhwsI dayMhilnnie White and children visited her sister Mrs Lirettie Hiigiur Suniluy mid Monday TAYLOR MINES lug 15n Mttcsrs1riis Flummir and Leo Brown wolf in Hartford i yeaterduy on buaiuas Will Unrrnss went to Rochester Sunday and was uceoinpanit homi by his little daughtor Pitulhie who lias peen tatting oateopathie treat Inept for tile past three iixmtlB Miss t Tom Unrgcas l romwoil is isitiiig rciativea here Mrs Will Uarrass mad two irhd iren were the gui tsufMrn Drixvtn Cooper Sulphur Spring Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Roy Soott returnetl home atttttluy afturu week visit nt DIm son Springs Mi Alice Tnimliull Horrin Ill is the guiat uflnrsirtur Mm Jno Barrass Mrs LJHUJ Tliomjison and anil oqhurnI For SaJ 50H bushtia of old corn Apply Ito Tiilnderten Uirtiint l F JIJI If6 t IE P3 BARNES VA BROJ2 PROFITABLE WHEAT GROWING S In Ohiix Umfty by the proper use of 5v high grade commercial Fertilizers j S fa positively jisfiiirecL The yield on many farms this year compares favor xJp ably with some of the best wheat S 8 growing counties of the State but S 8 there is still room for improvement S better preparation and the use of 2 8 moce fertilizer to the acre will pro JS diice still better results As a means S itoi thfs efnlT we heartily advocate the jHORSE Smffi BRAND of commer g S ciail fertiLfjier We recommend these 5 from personal experience in the field 8 J lti wel1ashuvinw been the sole dis S 5 liiburtors of this tamions brand of Fer S tlbZHrs ftI over twenty years Our S S warehouse it till di now with these S S i oorin and tine sooner you obtain your 8 gnupphr the btitcMr opportunity you S 5 have ot sttttturiing tihe best goods The jiemand Tor liil nil raTe Fertilizers is 1 imMeaainjr andffelie supply fo on the llettlelltte- d 1 i Superior Wheat Drill J Wtiura atfi r thia hulnrrrs Drift h it haH iLnatiiimul imputation w the best J wham and ferti15n c BviliD on the nuirlciit Iav titisriitf this drill among if turners who linve Wed them and it they dont hear us Oat in these state S meats dont buy it If it is what we- 6iI S tlnim you want it S Beaver Dam Iys s ifljIJ1 l lQsLlU l1U II W rI AUGUST CLEARANCE SALE t Ii O l- Augusti IS to September 1 I AT iLong COiS Y STORE QA j Summer Goods will be soldi for space and rot fr inofit W Imust doN thus topake room for our fall stock wtitelxts stow l tthiInfngi to arrive We wont take your ti are row cjitottos au piU s on any one thing bat will only ask yow to visit oar state duciuy tht and let us show you the goods and nralie you prices on AIC Isafe Shoes Slippers Shirts Underwear Hosiery Wash Cods s C Frt will only be a short time now uretil we wilt cumoimce ourFairiOpenfng anrfDfepray of the new thiirgs forFaJtaudWiuter Aurt as we have stated we must close out all Summer Stock Remnaut SONG rcosEC2NOrrV STOREIP 1 JItr n H f IJ 9 1 HALF PRICE t J ON BROKEN LINES OF SUMMER WASH GOODS g I I HALF PRICE I ON BROKEN LINES OF LADIES OXFORDS n Ifi Sacrifice Sale f 4OF MENS AND BOYS SUMMER CLOTHING U- n 5 f Our entire stock of Ladies Summer Wash Dress Mi Goods and Ladies Oxfords our t mire stock of Mens Mi 94and Boys Summer Clothing will bo on red in this = 4 great Sacrifice Sale This trotupndous sale beganM I Wednesday Aug i Ifi And will continue until September 1st The stock 4sin splendid shap but the season is ended and the = fj goods must bo sold to make shopping aconvenient M Ifi Ifi The stock has been divided intptnjmttloljif 1 MiM Ifif1 lJl I No1 consists of 13 ri Uuvns Dimities 4Lot regular price lOc to l2fcj f ale rice 7c fittIfi J Lot No 2 consists of 19 piecelf1 iiJnsIimiteK g Ifi tad lullilx regular price 121c ty Jfiqi5 4 lC9J fit K i ot v Q consists of 20 pieces 1iwns Qrgnndiest 9 and1 silk llttll3 regular pritb Octu 30c sale fit = ilt ice 15c b T L1Mi = Lot No d Ladies OXfOld8 regplar1plice is125 to = Ifi KBO sale price 98c fit = Lot No 5 Ladies Oxfords regular iricblG5 to 200 sale price I1n t + l fit 42 Lot No H Ladies Oxfords regular price 225 to J SHOO sale price 180 bt 44Lot No 7 Mens Oxfords regular price sum = Ifi price Shift 81 J lot No S Mens Oxfords regular price 200 to jj M41 250 solo price IHS 4hot No 9 Mens Oxfords regular prico 300 J- J4 sale price 239 Jj The above e include the celebrated W L bt Douglas Oxfords as well as all other brands Mi 1 N rfi You will be pleased with the prices we are = making on Summer Clothing = 1Mifi Dont nu8S t us J gain but como and come early Dont forget the it 4 date Sale began Wednesday August 13th and b J continues until September 1st j 41 81 ii con lNcOnrORATlmtn HARTFORD KENTUCKY i Hartford Republicar of f FRIDAY AUGUST 17 f a Illinois Central Rail roa JTimo Table Xirlli Mann SIHII Iliiiiiiil tp 1010 +flu n ht No ll ilullil HIII N I II Su ini iin 84S p in NnluIir It S u hliii pn1 Lfi JiAll kinds of ice cold drinks at City IlCstaurantV r We are still paying l2c for eggs CAUSONCO Mr W M Fair was in Louisville on business Tuesday t Mr Sam Morton Ceralvo was a Pleasant caller Monday I City Restaurant makes the best ice Cream and Sherbet in town City Restaurant wants your trade and guarantees satisfaction Our steak and fish meals cant be beat CITY RHSTAIRANT Scholarship in Massey Business College for sale nt this ottico 4New Peters Shoes jiiat in at Dong Cos Economy Store Mr WiUinm Hamilton McHunry was n pleasant culler Tuesday Mrs Lucy Hubbard city was nuitettjjlwisant eallur Wednesday Summer goods art pling cheap tray at tang ACoH Economy Store Mr Lucinn Kimmel Ceralvo call ed to se4 us while in town Tuesday Miss Maggie Marks is visiting her 1 4aunt Mrs Rebecca Murks at Peewee Volley Ky I Mr E R Williams Paradise was a pleasant caller Wednesday Wayne Griffin was in Louisville on business thnvfirst of the week Mr JJbflJnrft Bede called to see us while iriHown Wednesday For Scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College apply at this ollice For nit kinds of Sewing Machine supplies call on or write Gross Wil liams 1 utIterlndceries to k The very b turarnloff Calicofrom now until September 1 at Gc at CarsonivCo vjywQ Messrs L D Carwtte and A B- Leach i Rob Roy were pleasant call ers Wednesday I Taktj advantage of our August clearance sale attong Cos Economy Stord Dont buy any shoes until you seethe PetersShdo LLong Cos 1 onom1 re W ilYou can i get the hest goods for the leastmoney Tdt Long Cos EconomyStoife JjL I ThePcterBShotfi3the best for style and wear At Long Cos Econojny Store i Mr J J Lewis of New York City is the gpest of his pqrents Rev and Mrs J A Lewis See o rUle of Ladied Vests and Hosiery at only 9 cents at Long Cos Economy Store Mrs AF Stanley leftWednesday for Lexington where ehe will visit trends andrelative s r Dr S W Crowe Beda was n pleaSant cater Wednesday Mrs L T Cox Owensboro is the I guest of her daughter Mrs M L Heavrin S Mrs G W Short of Durant I T is visiting her sister Mrs Dr J T Miller Miss Vergie Hocker Bloomington Ind will visit Mrs Z Wayne Griffin next week in Mr A R Plummer Taylor Mines was a pleasant caller while in town Wednesday Mrs Hattie Forman and Mrs Wm Forman are visiting in Evansville this week Mrs Alex Barnett is visiting rela tives and attending the Chautauqua in Owensboro Misses Olive and Edith Carson returned last Saturday froth a visit to the Chautauqua Miss Annie Chaddock of Kansas City Mo is the guest of her cousin Miss 7ella Maye Nan Henjumine Taylor of Birdseye in Ind has accepted a position with bather J W Taylor Mr Luther Rogers Select was guest of his son Mr C H Rog of city Wednesday Mr and Mrs Richard Kinchelo I Centertown were the guests of Mrs C E Smith yesterday Mr U G Ragland has accepted position as cashier and office deputy with Sheriff R B Martin Mr J W Raley Louisville was c the guest of Mr and Mrs M L Heavrin the first of the week J A Johnson David Moreland and Esq B S Chamberlain No creek called to see us Wednesday Commonwealths Attorney Ben D 1 Ringo Owensboro was a pleasant caller while attending court yesterday Mrs W M Fair has returned from a three weeks stay at Hot Springs Ark She is much improv ed in health We still have a good big lot of heavy 8c cotton urestill sell ingfor five and thrccquarterscentsr CARSON Co Miss Margaret Gunther and Misses Mary and Willie Smith will leave next Sunday fora few days visit to the Mammoth Cave Mrs H H Lostetter of Chicago will arrive in the city tomorrow to be the guest of Judge and Mrs John B Wilson Yale Coffee1st grand prize Worlds Fair at St Louis 1904I None better Try it For sale by U S Carson 313I MntKev JALewisand daughter Miss Lillian have returned from a few days visit to the Niagara Falls and Toronto Canada Messes A D Whjte and Marvin Bean were in Louisvillle the first of the week and procured license for the gasoline yacht Pe llIFor sale 150 acres of land within I three miles of Hartford A bargain for cash Can on or address J pt MILLER Hartford Ky 38tf There has been but one marriage license issued since our last report Richard Tooley Matanzas age 25 U Pearl Bates Nocreekoge 13et I Some indiscriminate thief stole John Mortons bootblack supplies I from his stand in the hall at the t court house Wednesday night I Miss Marie Austin Beaver Dam who has just returned from school at Nashville Tenn is the guest qf her sister Mrs Z Wayne Griffin city Messrs J F Vickers R W King Seth Moseley James 1 Felix and JI C Riley each have a new residence I in process of construction in Hart ford IDontfuiit see the reproduction Francisco disaster which is to be given at court Hall in Hartford tonight by Mr A D Taylor You can secure some good bar gains in thin Dress Goods and Ladies and Mens Oxfords during our sale from August 15 to September 1 CARSON Co j James Hardwiek of Owensboro arrived in town Monday preparatory to entering School He will take some work with Dr Alexander sand and i at the college IUl1rH G G Fair is quite ill of lean I the breast II1Irsthe her Mrs Dri I J WeedingiMrs W IL Moore left Wednesday for a two weeks visit with relatives at Dundee and Narrows 4 1legiuncltown Wednesday t Foit SAuA firstclass young horse Apply to C E SMITH t Office Hartford Ky t tLeaegrocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laundry 4 4Gtf Taylors moving picture show will beat Hartford tonight with the 4 great San Francisco Earthquake also 1 the one of the limitedexpress Moore Crabtree will exchange groceries for chickens and eggs and 4 will pay the highest market prices They will deliver groceries anywhere Hartford It2 4 180nter of Rev E L Carson formerly 4 Nocreek are visiting relatives for a few daysnear town 4 blrn TCollins will in a few weeks moewithhis family to Louisville wheretheyrill reside in the future Dr A S Yewell will occupy the Collins residence here Work on the new railroad was begun Monday near Muddy creekI overed bridge by a force under supervision of J A Howard who has a contract to construct a mile from there to Benslick hill 4 4toIr Kimmel will leave in a few days for Marlow Indian Territory where 10 has been employed as principal of the Marlow High School The Rough RiverTelephone Company will in a few days replace its nld style 200 drop switchboard for a 100 drop new latest improved switchboard This will add greatly to the usefulness of the companys tele serviceITicket number 41 will win the dinI nee set offered as a premium bICleve Her if presented at his store on or before August 23otherwise 949 will be entitled to the prize He also has several moreto offer Come in and get a chance A ticket withI each lOc purchase Messrs 11 J Williams and E T Allen Ceralvo W C Calloway Ma tanzas A T Bishop Rockport Jesse CSmlth Taffy W P Brown Rock port J Edwin Rowe Owensboro andT C BeanSulphur Springs were among our callers Monday At a meeting of the Hartford school board last Monday evening- an order was made for seats and desks for an entire room at the college to accommodate the 5th and 6th grades A committee was also appointed to clean the grounds and make necessary repairs tithe build- Ing An order for a nice supply globes qnd charts will soon be made By an oversight of the printer the following lalwas omitted from Narrows communication last week Mr SA Denny of the State Geolo gical Survey who fsj temporarily lo gated at Beaver Dam shared the board of his friend and former schoolmate Prof R F Whitting hill at dinner Wednesday We regret the omission very nuchEd FOR SALEA farm of 96 acres 2J miles from Hartfordon the Morgan townroad and J mile off the Beaver Dam road good twostory dwelling 2 good barns and outbuildings good well and cistern in yard 30 highIcept 7 acres For further particulars callon MRS SH PHILLIPS 5t4 Hartford Ky If youwant to witness the hprrors I 1of the recent great San Francisco disaster go to the Court Hall here TnyI lor portray same as occurred bymeans of moving pictures The machinery is all of the verybest makdand this reproduction will be worth going many miles to see The records of the limited express will also be put on He made us a pleds ant call while hero F a i Tie NEW STOCK I Which Sam Bach purchased in the East in the last few days is arriving daily He has purchased the largest and most uptodate line of Mens xaud Boys Suits Overcoats Odd Pants Shoes Ip Hats Underwear Shirts Neckties Hosiery Sus ponders Collars Dry Goods Comforts Blankets and Ladies and Childrens Readymade Gar ments ever brought to Hartford He also k Ipurchased large lirie of good School Shoes espe cially for this mar- ketShoes a Specialty 1 We have already made a good reputation in 9 bypf 9p r k Shoes and also in everything else We carry the j xpor you once at our line nf Shoes forp t tastePlead w or in Clothing and is now gaining that reputationY P in Shoes Our motto inbuying is 4JCOV Goods p for the Lowest Price That is also our motto in Tm p selling Try us and prove it m Sam BachTHE p Clothing arid = Shoe Man Ip HARTFORD KY I 11n Mr S J Tichenor McHenry was a pleasant caller yesterday Mr Thomas Greer Beda called toICCus while in town Tuesday Born to the wife of Tom Stear man of Hellin Wednesday a tenI yoand boy Mr J W Ford is repairing and modernizing his hotel the Hartford House on Main street Mr Sep Taylor father of D Joe Taylor died at his home at Big fend above Cromwell Wednesday and his remains were interred in the family burying ground yesterday Miss Annie Moreland of Nocreek daughter of Mr David Moreland vas a prize winner in the Owensborn Inquirer Popularity Contest last week She gets a free trip to Niag ara Falls A burglar entered the residence of John Barnes at McHenry Tuesday night and stole 135 in cash which Mr Barnes had in his trowscrs pock et The trowsers were carried to the door step and dropped No clue whatever Wm Richards Electrician for the Kentucky Light und Power Co was painfully hurt yesterday evening by a filling hrict while doing some work near the boiler wall A gash several inches long was cut in hisi forehead He was able to walk physiciansibfHce for treatment I A very popular young minister from a noted watering place in Ohio county came into town the first of the week The young minister accompanied by one of Ohio counties popular young ladies He teemed to have private business with County Clerk No press bulletins Mace announced Puzzle Find out YMthaPpencdk ti t The building where Nails saloon was formally located is being repair i ed andwill be used for a poolroom The following are among the Hart ayr ford people who have been in atten Chautauquathis Black and daughter Miss Norine Dr S J Wedding Mr and Mrs E i P Thomas Miss Lillie Burton Mr W H Barnes wife and son Master Glenn Mrs E E Birkhead Mrs T M Taylor and son Master Park Mrs Lucy T Wedding Miss Minnie McIntire Mrs E J Hudson Mrs Amanda Nance and Mrs Alex Bar net and Mrs C E Rogers Elkton and Mrs Dr J H White Charles ton Mo who are visiting in Hart ford IWe are requested by the Policy Judge to call attention of parents to an annoyance which has become chronic in our town An old half aitMina is constantly creating a scene on the streets all because she is annoyed and nagged by boys and some who cannot extxtly bo classed as boys She is hurmlesti and quiet except when called iumttt heaIcomes a perfect nuisance to other people who are trying to attend to their usual business The Polico Judge says the next time this Imp pens some one will be arrested and 111rn negress For Sales New two story frame dwelling in Hartford Six rooms two nice hall LbtilOO foet front 210 feet deep dricaibalance in 12 months Abargam rjflj ro BARNETT SMITH r i A l 1ifS 4Vt d l 6ntSpeiYiniwtwrwva t + k ti TO BOYCOTT OWENSBORO Equity People of Yelvington Pass Sweeping Resolutions Against City Ovpnfboro In inlrr The Yelvington local of the A S of E has started a sweeping boycott on the city of Owensboro and calls upon the other locals o Jf the county to join it The cause o the boycott is the action of the city government in attempting to collect taxes assessed on tobacco belonging to the society in pooling houses in Owensboro At the last meeting of the city council this matter was referred to the assessment committee The following resolutions were unanimously adopted by Yelvington local union No 1 of the A S of E at a regular meeting held Saturday afternoon July 21 Whereas It is rumored that the city of Owensboro proposes to tax our pooled tobacco for city purposes and whereas we as farmers fee that we are already being taxed to the limit Be It Resolved That if the city of Ow ensboro persists in taxing said to bacco that we favor securing pool ing houses outside the city limits and further we recommend that the farmers of Daviess and adjoining counties refuse to take their produce there or sell to hucksters who run into the city We ask the other lo cals of Daviess county to consider this matter for if the rumor is found to be correct we expect to bring it up at the next meeting of county union W J BOARD Sec A F RAY Sec Colored Teachers Institute- To be held in Hartford August 3031 1906 TliurHclay AMR 3O IOOOpening ExercisesRev G W Drain OrganizationEnrollment toOORCCOHH- The first day in schoolM L PorterTeachers relation to parents Morris Taylor Lessons of patriotismRev- Noel Noon 100 Grammar 11 Use of the adopted texts L W Smith 2 Composition work Ida Berry 3 How to correct error of the pupil paperOlla Walker General discussi- on2130RcccsM History 1 Assigning LessonsMrs- E F Smith 2 Recitation Tessa Bassett Civics 1 How much time should be devoted to itSamantha Acton 2 Its importance M orris TaylorAdjournment Friday Aug CJf 8150 Devotional Exercises Rev NoelArithmetic 1 Mental L W Smith 2 From the concrete to the abstract Morris Taylor 3 Blackboard vorkM L Porter IOOORcecHM Geography 1 Purpose Ida Berry 2 End to be uttainedM L PorterWriting 1 In 1st 2nd and 3rd grades Ida Berry 2 In 4th nth and ith grades Tessa Bassett Nootr- 100Physiology and Hygiene 1 SomeexperimentsMUrris- Taylor 2 Means of obtaining cleanlii jerGeneral Discusuon Distribution of burgess fund Adjournment No teacher will he permitted to teach in the colored schools of Ohio county unless he or she shall have i attended the full session of the Institute JAMKS M DBIKSK Action of Modern Bullets Although the bullets of modern military rifles are smaller than those formerly used they appear to work more destruction They tear a larg er hole than one would expect and ti in other ways produce surprising ef fects Owing to the use of smoke less powder they travel with higher velocity than the older pro jectiles and this fact is believed to explain indirectly the results observ ed Engineering a London peri odical says that it has been proved that neither the rotation of the bul let about its longitudinal axes due to the rifling nor the heat of impact has much to do with the phenomena Various investigations carried out- on behalf of military departments humanitarians seem to demonstrate that the liquid particles in the human body hit by the bullet are simply hurled with great force against the liquid particles at rest and against the surrounding walls and that there is no need te look for any further effect In this state it is not necessary to serve a five days notice for eviction of a cold Use the original laxative cough syrup Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar No opiates Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Used to it Mr KnickerWerent you fright ened when the bull bellowed at you on account of your new dress Mrs BockerNo it was exactly the way Henry behaved when he got the bill Three Ways- A story conies from the Vatican that Cardinal Merry del Val was speaking with a friend on the Sto rer incident and the Roosevelt letter when suddenly the cardinal saidsmiling There are three ex cellent ways of disseminating news d15TGRIABean thelilt KM M Have Alriays BsugM 9lgnatund tU y p Husband The woman who said that she knew her husband didnt drink because he drank so much water in the morning isnt in it with the woo man who says that the reason her husband doesnt go to church is be cause he is already as good as he can be- KEPT RAIN FROM HER HAT Hvight Idea of Stenographer Saved Headgear from Ruin in Sud den Downpour The ofllce boy bad sped away with her umbrella and the stenographer was iii a distress ing predicament It was raining and it was time to go homo Already the olIiceH in the building were deserted and the janitor and the scrub man were making their rounds I wouldnt care so much for my flothis she said but the rain will simply ruin my now hat I just bought it yesterday tooThen a smile came over her face as an idea struck her All the rubber typewriter cover she xelainud and dashed across the room to her IIIIIlhhwI r hover over her hat very nicely She stood in the door until a ear aj proarlud then ran into the sheet and hoarded it Xevcr a drop on my hat flhe i said proudly as Mlle tool off the cover and folded it into a little paittl which site placed on her lap When it aime time to alight j from the csir the rain had ceased Kansas City JiIl1P3II HER PRESENTS I Ah faire one If you Insist on breaking the engagement give me back ray presents How kin IT Th pup has chawed up the toothbrush an dad drinks out o the shaving mug You wlnimcn Is so unreasonable SJO cnfMfI tt ltl3 KM You Hart Always top Igtterr ctJ lG J FREE FROM AM CRflfilV aNo llagistnvtcs Policemen or Othm Officers of the Law Needed In Labrador Jj Dr Wilfred T Oronfell the ilInm honor him holds sway over i population of 10000 people o whom I00 err whites settled 111111ly the northtrii water front of that rigorous land while the remain der are mostly halfbrood In I dittos Besides these Labrid r is visited each summer h HiiiiiH persons front XewolllldiulICl of which it is a dependency tl ta gage in fishing- Notwithstanding all then di versified races and irrtonst there is no court nor jail uiiigis tratc tint policeman nor any other olllcer of the law on this 1000 miles of seaboard our in the interior where multitudes are wrestling a subsistence from the ocean toad the land Whenever any serious cluirgo Is made a magistrate is sent or in supposed to he from sew fouudland to attend to it lad yet for ttt years no session of court has been held and in Rtl years the only criminal charge that tins been recorded was that against an Eskimo whose jtMl oust was aroused against n rival in his wifes affections and who shot the man as lie was walking by her side Forty years ago a circuit court was sent there every summer but as it found nothing to rlalin its attention it went out of busi ness and was finally abolished Years ago 1abrador was famous as being a rendezvous and stronghold of pirates often re quiring a French squadron to break it up but in recent years unusual attention has been paid to the region und it is now liojxd that even piracy carried on by freebooters from afar is u tliiujj of the past Most Essential lttiLlf you were fitting out a house what would you put in IlIsttIw kitchen or the parlor furniture Sue Neither Id put in a bus band Detroit Free Iress Jot to Keep Movln Yous got to keep movin son suit Uncle fiben Every time von stops to tell a hard luck story you give some mo hard lurk a chance to ketch up to you Washington Star A Famous Battle Run Tohu A Bohof Newton Mass took part in the civil Will and liked to tell about his exile riences At a meeting one even ing he told about till experience he had at the bottle of Hull Hun as follows 1 sawn the men drop their guns jivd run so I dropped mine and ran too but I was chased hy one of the enemy who haul his gun in his hand 1 ran the fellow a good race for two miles and then I stumbled and fell and was exjucting him to come up collieIsohe was to my surprise saw him sprawled alit on the ground about two yards front me 1 got up line looked at him and saw dill t lie had died front apoplexy Iloyles hearers asked what he did next and he replied to I wept for the man that Iliad run to heath The Secret of Boiling Water To boil a thing well it is tint necessary to boil it hard The average kitchen Mary thinks that till more commotion in the water the hotter it is and in or der to product this she burns a great deal of fuel and ruins the stoVe by keeping it redhot Wu tor placed in astewpan directly over a redhot lid will of course boil more vehemently yet it will not cook meat or potatoes any iuicker and not so well a wa ter that just keeps at the boiling point and quietly simmers Farming REALI ESTATE1 IIfyou have a farm town lot dwelling or any other Real Estate findtyoufus Note These Bargains Splendid two story dwelling with seven rooms new two wide halls on Union Street Hartford situated on lot 3 acre All out buildings and good water 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 402 acres near White Hun adjacent to the I C U R half Canoy Creek bottoms all cleared goodorchard two good wells price reasonable a bargain for some one further infor mation furnished on application 100 acres 1 mile from the Court House on Hartford and Heaver Dam pike in high state of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings four 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 an11 Hartford road within J mile of School house excellent neighborhood good barn and out buildings moderate dwelling andu fine well of water A bargain at 500 110 acres Rough River bottoms three miles West from Hartford bounded by Rough river on South and public road on north 40 acres in eX- cellent state of cultivation remainder well timbered with oak gum ash maple and hickory Good dwelling stable and other outbuildings Will sell land and timber together or either separate from the otherI95J acres Rough considered the richest soil in the I neighborhood on what is known ash the big ditch three miles West from Hartford All well timbered with I notlthetimber or will sell all to et1erII List your property with us We will find a buyer- BRRJVETT I x SMITH I j Republican Office HartfordI KyI I l oughCureI j VhCATION TRIPS i Made delightful and comfortable to the famous resorts in Colorado SIJrinJIv Mexico VIAl lltei Elite OR Ivor MGunin Rt- t LOW ROUND TRIP RATES now in effect Liberal limits and stopover privileges REDUCED HOMESEEKERS round trip rates FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS in each month to the WEST AND SOUTHWEST For descriptive lit erature folders rates etc see nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G MATTHEWS T P A 301 Norton ldgL- ouigville Ky Thousands of Acres For Sale- at roasonable prices Rich Agri ullural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct lino via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS 1nlnrchairflral and third Tuesdays of eachn onlh Descriptive lit ralur maps pamphlet loiters etc en appiicat an H C TOYIKSENGR TO MATTHEWS 1 ParnUkL rifting rimt ipstL- KJI1TIULTlorls IT DROPS RqD MP CURES RHEUMATISM LUMBAGO SCIATICA NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE IDIOPS taken tnlrnillr rids the blood of the polioooui matter sod acid which are the direct causes of these disease Applied externally U affords almost Intact relief from pain while a permanent euro U being effected the blood dluolTlnii the poisonous tub hence and removing u from lbs ijswm DR 8 D BLAND Of Drewlon Oa write I bid Maleerfor a nonbr Of seas wltk Lumb4 o ad HlMuoattra toe Itf ud trld5 tb ma llM We10114- wjtaar from i 11 worki and tlio mbrof th bM pbrilcluw 0ufouad- nolhlef tent sa lli r f obUUKl from m7Jga0UeeforrauuaUmaidkindred FREERbeumalllmtfeul1l1lla Bred disease vtrltn to us for a trial bottle of EimOPS and test It jourself DROPS can be used any length of time without acquiring a drut habit as It U entirely tree of opium cocaine alcohol laudanum sad other similar Ingredients Large nttle halelingldelDta11 UU rer CWAHSOM IHHUHATI3 CURE COHPAI- YIttfi SO tea LakeslrCk1g geWi 15 Ifa ccOcaivo For Piles OII Soros L a ina Dtleato Health REV8VO 11ziT RESTORES VITALITY iz IJ M t fiMade a- WeflMan Mec11 rIEvJ Fe XlEnaaDj r dunes flue rcMiltc In HO oIA It ittyaadgrdcklySurexwbcnnthersfall1mtnd I1yu1111tmnv M NcrvmiKtiesM Lost PIIItrlulllnllllltmoryWahllllit cxrcso and Inulscrctlon which unlltH ono for turrllbybrlnJlnll1lIcksinrlnirtlio tire olyoiitli It vrarU oil anprone iln dthCUKc Ut on havinir IlliVIVO nymallIIwllhV3YAL MEDICINE CO Marine Bide Chicago III F e sale by J H Williams hart f inl Ky I t up your lIver Cure A T Pillsyour constipation Get rid I J ers years biliousness itti Sold i Want your moustache or beard BUCKINGHAMS DYE beautiful brOWn Or riCh black USe run ens or woumr oi a r iuu cos xgcssg wIyantpwrrtn AOjr DITTERSSTOMACH i Backache DIzxineM Medicine for these die LIVER o Kache Malar etc eases SOc Guaranteed r J J U 99 1 I M lllRKTT C C NUITU BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAKv rl4lrrluliDlv- iiiprtrUrnlhhprtdsslnlullthetalrto Ij ubNandndlluhtgnmdlnndluuItofapprnlI Ml rrlnlnttrntliii irlrrn to liUltHiintruril hInnlnndHIM ulivs llullilInK FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law IIAITI om KY v S III lrII bin ri frulnn In ililii And nil julnliiiiiMtintv Nod hi the Court ill A 111- IrUnHIIrII and fiiltrrtliiiiii u pH rlulty- Illtlifln ibr herald bulldltgt CHAS M CROWE LkAWYKlRt ilAirrronH KY Ulllirurtlii liUirnlr Miii lu nil tlio nuirif nbliiMRil Miljtilnlni nmmlmiiiillli the four at tpprnl HK liilill Hitiunirlri ii ty rrludnt- prnrtkNnd tn iMillr lliiiiH Otbrr diluter Mnr kt IIr lit lii ItniiMOrtirirtr ujilnrlr JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY Ar LAW HARTFORD KY wilkin1IIlrllIo T lmtrhurlhsit pnhllrgaAra R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HAIUTOKD KY atdFdrtllontnrutrlnlltuhr lulIIurIIhlullnulJ M I IIKAVKIN KIIMXT VOHIItVAIII ilEAVRIN WOODWARD ILt 1Ct1 O3 c G10 rill runicttlrupndrlIn nil Ilif Conn NwINInttrnllunrlrrolions 151nttduortnhnutnlflnrtfuit = =YANCY L MOSLRY ATTORNEY AT LAW Ifartlinl ICendirbv Will irnclliflil prulflnn Innlltli rnartont Uldu and uolnlnlnR r innllm tit l In Ih Coon i tnppnl Alii NnlnrT IaMlr 1mtwotr First N lliinl hoot IV II IIAItMl H A AMlCIIHUN BARN 5 ANDERSON Attorneys anj Counselors at laivrI- IAItTfOlllt IIY- Thi iiiulrrwIictiHil iinniniDi1 thnt tlirr hnvr loaned ii pnrlnrrhlp for lb irrtln ul In In ill + urlNhGnnd trlrr1 ultli utlHff Minlli hl1 Mum MIN l IlIr Court Ifi ur hurt hmtkv AUtrHllnKTIlIwi ntul Illlitntluii nl fftlnit Till to Haul Itnlr null IIK Klvrn w nl nltriillon Nnnry In oWlw W IIIIAIINKrt H A AXI lilHOX KILL agereae THE I rssurAND CURE THE lUNCS= gsNa PrlcoFOR100 Free Trial Surest Imdult Curo for nil TROUBLES IWENTSPROCURID AND nendmakt uretntwnwlfnlnWKyaw COUNTRltSJ1u1l ttmr mnryanJpftt toeftrsf EiclutlvelrVirlloBU HUtb tanTWABNI ROUG I RIVER- T LF P ION F COMPANY IINIoRtRA7rp1 The Rough River Telephone Co Is Independent owned and operated by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for loll ser vice which is being constantly ex tended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 ets jr miles 15 cts 45 miles 20 cts 81- J W IB4Beaver r ii ++++++++fF++f+++ e ++f+ tbf+ff++ t ++++++++++ 7i + ++4ft + I BANK OF it I I COI 1Ua tA isi IHHiT Capital Stock 4QOOOOO Surplus 12 OOOOO- 4OOOOOOStockholders AddPI Liability t10 Securety to Depositors 9200000 tJ W FORD President JOHN T MOORE Cashier t H P TAYLOR V Prest It HOLBROOK Asst Cashier tt J W FonuR HOIIIilOOK 1 n Dito tors tnmpJNOC+ ++f++++++tf++f+++++++4+f+f+f+ 4++f++++++ FIRST NATIONALBANK Ot Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits 12 500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Hank Come in- DIRECTORS G diiE LIKEs AlAIN HOWE Biiicii FEIJX JIM POIK STEVENS WAYNE GRIFfIN c BLACK BIRKHEAD if- j PROPRIETORS i Hartford and Beaver Darn Transfer if 49 ElANDfiMeots nlljtrains Also = General Liverymen g Best of attention given to stock New stable Main jj Jj street Hartford Ky jj 4 El I BUSINESS COLLEGES ARE FAILURES catalogue Slued commercial worthless some cheap school BRYANT BTRATTON BUBOTEB8 COLLEOE LouUrtlle THE REPUBLICAN j is prepared to do I 3fmr Job Printing inI a firstclass Nows the Time Now when this weather just makes one dream of the cool and delightful retreats of the Adiron lacks Of the Thousand Islands of the St Lawrence The thousand lakes and streams of Michigan Canada and the north westWhere one can roam with fishing rod along shady forest streams and swing the out over the deep pools Or paddle through quiet waters with only the music of the forest or I the ripple of the water break the deep quiet of the solitude Now is the time to consult your I nearest Big Four Agent as routes i rates and information regarding your vacation I Four cents stamps will bring I our Worlds Playgroud t r J RHEIN G P A- Cincinnati I 0 The Four the road with the In smell cities and towns because 1 There It not tifflclent population to su GOOD school I 2 Suchsohoolesreusueaycondudd by persons who are NOT qutlin or who nuke It practice to travel about and dc fraud their patront t 5 There are If any opportunklet for their tradtutM to severe employment In tr juchlocjiitlti eoUegtfJf ducted by persons who sic qualified 9 The graduates of business cclleset In imalleltlet ort owni can not secure employ meat tnt erge duet when thrown I n comps tltlon with the THOROUGH graduates of hlghcltti schools I men have no time to perlmenl with Therefore be WM Sendtorthrlnett6B ever by a school Deters OeolOlnC to throw away your money a training at R Kr Itpajta line to to trip in t H Big terviceI a a low busmen TRAVELED PRESIDENTS Many of Our Chief Executives Have Been Abroad in Va Irlous Climes having sojourned traveliman went out the United States but once That was when in his youth he accompanied Lawrence Washington in a tour of the West Indias which the latter made in the vain hope of res toring his health But of Wash ingtons associates both of his prime and his latter life many were distin guished foreigners and his quick perception of the trend of European affairs was undoubtedly stimulated by his course of the revolution Wash ington could draw for information on the stories of the experience of Lafayette Rochambeau Count Ferj sen Kosciusko and Steuben two brilliantFrenchmen a gifted Swede a famous Pole and a most observant German Washington was visited after the revolution by most foreigners traveling in this country He did not need to go to Europe says the Boston Transcript Europe came to him Our second and third president Adams and Jefferson had seen much of the great world abroad They knew it at first hand Both had been diplomates and Jefferson at least u close student of the social con ditions of Europe on the eve of the French revolution Madison al pears to have been a homestaying man but James Monroe who succeeded Madison was twice in Franc- once as minister and once as special envoy His name will ever be associated with the Louisiana pur chase He also carried on impoctan- negotiations in great Britian an Spain which made him familiar with the society of London and Madrid John Quincy Adams may be des boyhoodI knowledge of Europe which feI Americans of his time could rival London Berlin St Petersburg were I familiar cities to him He watch at close range the great game on th I European chess board and when h I became secretary of State simply moved from one department of di plomacy to another I Martin Van Buren was the next forQignIexperIence e was our mlals er 0- I Great Britain just long enough to feel the whole bitterness of a forc ed recall when the senate refused t confirm his nomination His mar tyrdom helped toward making hi president however greatly to chagrin of those who thought they lad put an ineffaceable humilina I tion upon him William Henry Harrison was occupying a diplomatic post in South America when Jackson was inaugurated and Tippecanoe did not save him from removal Not until sixteen years after Van Buren went out of the White House did we have a president who had known the old world by travel and residence Buchanan had been atone time our minister to St Peters burg and later had represented u at the court of St James Although the facilities for European travel were greatly improved after 1850 of all our presidents since Buchanan Roosevelt is the only one who appears to have acquired familiarity with Europe by travel previous to becoming a presidentialcandidate Europe indeed seems to have been considered the resort of expresi dents Fillmore Pierce and Grant traveledextensively in the old world and Benjamin Harrison went abroad as chief counsel for Venezuela be fore the arbitration tribunal Pierce Taylor and Grant are to be included among the presidents who had been beyond our borders before their candidacies for millitary service carried them to Mexico The emphasis which Mr Bryans friends are placing upon his exten sive foreign travels as a qualification for the presidency suggests that the occupants of that office have been thus favored more than would be generally supposed especially the presidents of the early half of the century when travel was much less general than now No president had ever been around the world before his election to office to be sure and there arc no immediate signs that a new precedent will be estab lished r Deafness Cannot Bo Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portions of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachin Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation itsIten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but at inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give one hundred dollars for and case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for cir culars freeFJ CHENEY Toledo 0 Sold by all druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Grim Warning to the Girl We recently read a horrible story of a young lady who thoughtlessly jerked her head back suddenly to keep from being kissed and broke her neck This should be terrible warning to girls not to jerk back In fact it would be better to lean forward just a little i Subscribe for THE REPUBLIq4NI DROWNED IN TUB Little Sisters and Brothers Were Not Strong Enough to Res BabyK 11Aneaged about one year was drowned in a tub of water sitting under the eaves of the house The child had wentdto some When the child awoke its little brothers and sisters drew it out on the porch near the edge In play overtstrong motherwMr Cooper is in ill health and has gone to Kirkwood Springs for his geteinformedegone to Springs and at last reports they had failed to find him The remains were buried at the Methodist graveyard on Friday CASTORIA ChildrenoThe Kind Have Always Bought mBears the- Blgnature of C dVr7 t23tV2 How Long May a Man Live Should a man living a normal life live 100 years The question is be ing raised again according to the New York Press Well Flourens says that a man is twenty years growing and that the normal animal lives five times the period of his growth That would give man just a century of life But Buffton says every animal lives six or even times wouldsgive a man a normal age of 120 to to 140 years The insurance tables ever do not bestow such longevity After all what man lives a normal life Old Parr lived to be 152 and then killed himself by going on a tear up in London The great Harvey made the pestmortem ex amination of old Parr and has left it on record that his viscera were all sound the cartilages of the ribs had not ossified and there was no obvious reason why he might not have lived for fifty years more of he had not kicked up his heels and tried to paint the town Cut off in his prime at 150 What warning this is to elder ly gentlemen who try to do up the metropolis Unfamiliar Facts About 150000 persons die every year of tuberculosis in France Hamburg uses 7500 worth of blueberries every year for changing white wine into red wine San Jose Cal recently celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of the raising of the American flag in the limits of the present city The teagardens of Northern India tend over 500000 acres and they produce 190000000 pounds of tea per annum a profit of about 100 an acrea Billards was brought into fashion by Louis XIV of France in the sev enteenth century because his doc tor ordered him to take exercise af ter his meals A leather belt for driving machin ery will last thirty years if cared for The largest ever made was 186 feet long 5 feet wide and weighed just over a ton Oa TORZABuss theTheKM You Han Always Boutfi BIpWe Y JfII Philanthropic Sparrows- An incident which the writer de sparIrowtion is described in Outing It shows that the sparrow has other good qualities besides his sturdiness and selfreliance For several days four or five rows had visited a certain sparI the roof near my window ways brought food for another little fellow who never tried a flight from the spot The visiting sparrows never came emptybilled They would drop tiny morsels of food near the little sparrow When It began to eat the crumbs the others L STRONG Again It what Mrs Lucy 8tovallof Tilton aLe a said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia l Curt Hundreds flofother wtak womenarebeing re stored to perfect II health by this rem edy YOU may be well If you will take It Indljeitloncauiee liCkInehave It deprives the system of nourish mentamnhe delicate organs peculiar U women tuffer weaken and Uocox diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol curse indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchina haartbum and all stomach disorders Digests What You Eat Whet MluleaesN rrrrea CeSM LM ilMM M s5 M UU enurrllOJ WIM Mil reewala aa n eel Sold bj Z WAYNE GUI SPIN set up a great chirping and then flew away After watching this for a few days I went out on the roof and ap proached the lone bird It did not flutter away from me and made no resistance when I picked it up The sparrow was blind Its eyes were covered with a milklike film SHERIFFS SALE By virtue of execution No 40 di rected to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court in favor of S A Anderson Admr against John A St Clair and M L Heavrin- I or one of my deputies willon Monday the 3rd day of September 1906 between the hours of one oclock pm and three oclock p m at the Court house door in Hart ford Ohio county Kentucky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satis fy Plantiffs debt 13656 interest and cost towit A tract or parcel of land lying in and near Centertown Ohio County Kentucky on the West side of Mill Street being the Northern part of two lots of ground conveyed to Re neer Bros by A L Rowe etc by deed of record in the Ohio County Clerks office Deed Book 19 page 488 and book 24 page 18 and bound ed as followsIat a stone on the West side of Mill street thence N 2 W 20 poles and 31 links to a stone at the West side of said street thence N88 W16 poles and 17 links to a stone thence S 2 W 20 poles and 31 links to a stone thence S88 E16 poles and 17 links to the beginning containing 2 acres more or less the property conveyed to J W Chan cellor by L E and C K Reneer on October 26th 1903 and recorded in Deed book No 26 page 129 and which was conveyed to J A St Clair by J W Chancellor and wife upon which property a Mill house flouer mill boiler and engine and a lot of other machinery are situated all of which is levied upon as the goingIupon the mill door and also by leaving a written notice of the said levy at the home of the defendant St theIStateTERMSSale will be made ona- credit of three months bond with approved security required bearing centi1 bond Witnessed my hand this 24 day of July 1906 R B MARTIN S 0 C Lightning Shatters an Adage Lightning does strike twice in the same place despite the adage A large cherry tree on Klines island near Allentown Pa was struck on Tuesday afternoon and split directly in the center the full length The following afternoon the same tree was again hit and this time it was torn into kindling wood e I Cumbeland I I TELEPHONEI lucres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone in my residence and place of business My business baa Increased and my wifes voice Is nev er heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition j7J MORGAN Mgre WR1Q C DaaY- Chao County Circuit Conrt TK Illrkhead Judge Den D Itlngo Attorney Oscar illdkltt Jailer Ed Q DarraM Clerk Frank lj Felix Matter Com mliiloaerYLMoiie1ey Trustee Jury Fund n D Martin Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sherlff8 A Ilratclier L I Crowder E H Magsn Grant Pollard JVConrtconreneftflnt Men day In March and August and continues three weeksand third Monday ID May and Noretabtr two weeks County Court W nTnylor Judge ti8 nartfordmonth MondaytoCourt of Clalma Conrene flnt Monday In Jan OctoberOtherS W Leach Asseasorllob RoyJame DeWe f AllenCoronerJlneo TvLatic CovLrt- V UsrrsM Dearer DamMarch U June M September 24 December 24 W P Miller Homo Branch March It June 25 September 25 December 26 SptemborWII Edge FordsTtllMarch 28 Jane 1 September Dereni bet 39- II Chamberlain BedaMarch 29 Jane 28 September 28 December 29 Herbert Bender Centertown March 30 Jules 29 September 20 December SO John H Mlles 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without change with connec ting cars from Lexington as follows Lve Lexington 645 am Lve Danville 530 a m Lye Louisville 900 a m Arr St Louis 612 p m Vestibuled coaches and Observa tion Cafe Car Lve Lexington 500 p m Lve Danville I 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 TA Ill East MainLexingtonKy J F LOGAN T P A 111 East Main St Lexington Ky A R COOK C P T A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C H HUNGERFORDDPA 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky J C BEAN A G P A St Louis Mo Subscribe for THE REPUBC1CANl y Y I I Hartford Republic FRIDAY AUGUST 17 TOO MUCH EVEN FOR GOAT Animals by No Means Delicate Stom ach Unable to Digest Bucket Full of Lye Billy Butts pet of the battleship West Virginia the menag erie ship of the north Atlantic squadron went on the sick lithe st other day says the New York Herald He is ordered on a diet of predigested breakfast foods and for a goat that has never balked on anything from a paper of pins to a grand piano when he was hungry it is u terrible hu miliationBill a mediumsized goat He joined the West Virginia at St Thomas in the West Indies last winter He wandered on the gun deck when the men were scrubbing down and when he saw a bucket of lye it looked so good to him that he just had to drink it He gave one plnintive bleat for help and then tried to butt an eight inch gun into Wai labout bay StumpyMcGill veterinary for the ships menagerie was summoned and Billy tried to swallow all the antidotes that could be found but the lye had seared his throat and not even cigarette stumps to which he has always been partial seemed to satisfy him When a liberty party went ashore the men promised to bring aboard some old circus posters to see if they would taste good to BillyBilly is no common goat and every man on the ship from Rear Admiral W H Brownson to the youngest apprentice is fond o him The only thing jgt found that he would not try to eat 4s a handsome blanket made especially for him which he wears ecelr Sunday morning when he takes his place with the men for general inspection There is just one living thin on board the West Virginia Billy is afraid of and that is brown Leghorn rooster which one of the crew picked up at St Thomas in a way that is nor ap proved by the navy regulations When the rooster starts far Hilly the goat runs to one of the inh d for protection and acts as if he did not believe roosters were fait fightersBesides the goat and rooster1 the West Virginia has three par rots which are taking a course i navy English throe dogs five cats and two monkeys The monkeys stay down in the room but the rest of the nienagl erie has the liberty of the ship Another Germ Fiend Do you lithe your nails iiuin cured V asked the doctor Dont do it Those little muni illjlHI never hun mine iiinniiiircd I 1 never have n hnrbr shave me either Same dread of blond ds case Did you over hear of ai barber who sterilized his rnxorsV Well I guess 1101IIt would be a rold day for barbers and iimiiiiurists if every body was like you his coiiipan bu remarked Uani ii I lit4 hej walked into the barber shop Cause of IlriritrI UuhnpphtssI When imirriage4 art iinhap11 jiv Kiiiil Mark Twain alii fnj ner Iit is usually because husband isnt toiler land obscrv iint about Irilles TIll husliiind L+ too much like the young man who sat singing with great expression I love tlied I love tiled With a 1ove that ciinnot cJftIWith a 1ove that cannot dieI His wife just then t cano in n nd said James I vnnt a scutlle of coal I Oh go to the dickers said he Still in Love The last time I saw them they behaved as if they were very much in love with oath other hlllt that interesting news News Why man where have you been all this tiling They were married two w eeka agar i Of course I know The last time I saw thcmtwlIs this I Jtnbrning I 9aLt J c Only a Suspicion How many languages cnn your man talk Ever so many I suspect him of proposing to me in two or three of them just to tantalize ule Irrigation in Nevada The irrigation work of the na tional government has made Itu first great conquest in this same Nevada Into this parched sand and sagebrush the water was turned last year from the works of the Carson and Trick project It was the most impor tant event in the history of the state of more lasting value eve than the discovery of the Con stock lode From the massive masonry dam constructed to hol the waters of the Truckee river the blessed flow was turned over 50000 acres This was the first completed section of a plan which is to irri gate almost 1000000 acres of desert This means within a few years COacre farms for 20 000 families on which they are certain of large and profitable crops It means also new towns and cities to supply this great farming community with the products of the mills soil mints and factories of the country cast and west than that it means a new IMore on of perhaps 200000 souls and n prosperous principality added to the greatness of the union It is all purely creative e for wealth is made where there was none before and magnificent opportunity offered for inde pendent and selfreliant liveli hood to those who hunger for it Outing Magazine fPrescribed for Herself little Alice has an aged uncle who lives near her and t she regards as an inexhaustible source of ice cream candy toys Innd nickels The other dayI 11icGrln playing about got her foot jammed between two which came close together an 11thetollttlewent the foot was body abraded Tbat night she sat on the stoe ofhpr house her injured foe done up with bandages anal her mind rueful that she could not sport with her companions ToI heat appeared her aged and be nqvolcnt uncle Well well little one said h1 how is the foot getting on today 11011 it is better replied Alice betterlIThe prescription was filled tlis once and really did seem to afjl ford instant relief PlnntsI011l palms I looking HO line iud healthy asked a young housekeeper of an old one whose apartment is a jMifect bower of ferns and palms I I fed theta oysters all winter i IIIthe roots of the plants and puti IIwhostale Itt on mine always It i sj fine for them Mercy said the young houBe1I kwiKT I wouldnt know I was running a conservatory or a table dhote Aliases of the Great Some investigator of curious subjects has discovered that the inventor of traveling incognito was Peter the bent of Russia The next titter the famous Rus I Ian sovereign to adopt the prac was Joseph II of Austria who in 1777 made a little stay III Paris under the title of Count volt ralkcnstein During the revolutionary period Louia XyiU buried his temporary useI rl 1I1 dignity under the pri vui yof Comte do Maries The 0z linlirc Eugenie in her sulo1 dor fiefjuenHy took little irfiS as till Coritesse de Picmfoii + iiu 110 i ILl does so still as Comic dis Ravcnstein Ls oluuu e OA 31OrZT1f-e ATill Kind You Han Ahtars8c 1 tyfy Zf il +WI GREAT AWAKENING PEKIN Real Advance Mnde in Clenning an Improving the Capital City of China A competent authority on things Chinese states that during the lust two years China has made more real advancement t than In the previous millennium says the Century That his F ment is sound is apparent to those who enjoy the vantage point of a residence in Peking It has long been predicted that changes would be surprising i- ee n their speed but the most son gains had not hoped for what is taking place- n In passing through Peking streets seem to be the most strik ing phenomenon Three year- d ago there seemed little hope the the block mud and the dragnet ing sights and stenches would ever give place to anything bet ter The board that had been appointed to repair the streets was considered to hove an Augean task und was the butt of many facetious remarks Sow the broad thoroughfares are fast being converted into handsome venues The ventral portion it strip of about seven yards in width is being well macadamized with the rest Longforgotton sewers have linked on each side by shallow drains of brickwork n row of trees an unpaved s rip offlve yards in good repair then a curbed sidewalk of varying width cheaply cemented with pounded lime and earth The building line has been straight ened necessitating the rebuilding of many shops the rehabilitation of which is in keeping with the rest Long forgotten sewers have been reopened and places of con veniences erected the use o which is made Innumerable unsightly sheds which roadwayehoped and the squatters have sought other fields in which to ply their trades The new road uniformed I kept in order by numerous labor ers Fine telephone poles strung with countless copper wires re tltMstslve business men When the Groom Registers Il whoilsterIpie It is just this way he ex plained The masculine name written with the usual care flourish indicating habit thlltfollnw1lIndchange The pen has evidently lingered over them and they are 1IIlIIHIoniimistaken with the least bit of awkwardness too It is a sort of idiosyncrasy of these newly made husbands to use that ape formula while those to whom marriage is an old story whose romance the years have ot dimmed but mink a part of everyday life simply write in the register Mr rind Mrs Xow that is not merely a notion myawn j it is backed up by expert evidence from expert andyso quently that I asked some gassy lions concerning it laid found ay observation to be correct Revised His great boast is that he always says what he thinks 0 no j youve got thats little twisted Not at all He told me that himself I Perhaps so hint that wits be fore he met Hanger lie always thinks what he says nowIPoor Place to Look Casey Whin I seen Riley the day he said he was lohinfur workCassidyIll bet he wasnt lookiu fur it very hard lSiseyVeil he was lookin through the bottom av a beer Mass fur it most o the time Wouldnt Be Allowed Tramp Madam I have eight children at home crying for jOfl A ide t bread dollarsdOpposed to Process Conic Tommy j its time f you to take your bath I dont want to be washed mamma live me a dry clean lug like they do papas whit vests Put to the Proof Then you guarantee these corsets1 mean this corset be unbreakable I do miss said the salesgirl firmly I have been wearing u jwlr myself for n year and they not broken yet And I she nd Skepticco you concede b eminent respectability htIS nu d I wouldnt bet on that The Professor The professor who was walt ing for a train and did not like to let till+ time go to waste stepped on the platform of a weighing machine and dropped the necessary small coin into the slot The machine kept the Penn but refused to take any action Well muttered the profes sir besides being an innocent bystander I seem to be nn outa cent bystander There was a subdued rattle as if something had broken in th machine but the indicator didn move Not a Favorable Errand Ever see the lovely Miss Sum mers Yes I called there one after noon Made a favorable Impres Nioui7f Im afraid not I coiled to in sheet their gas meter Evidence SheWhat made the magi trite think Mr Hiukeois in toxicntedv tlieHe stoppid fits motor cmi at a trough for horses A Stronger Word But really now asked Miss IiiiderI IIlilts more thin delicate re plied Mr Chellus its eickl- vOAJBXOXCX Hare tee TlaWnJYo9HinW J1PMl1 Blpanz Gt Insurance Department of Ken- tuCky Frankfort Aug 13th WOO Whereas The National Life In surance Company located at Montpelier Vt is possessed of the seta capital required under the laws o this Commonwealth and has complied with all the requirements of said laws which are applicable to Life Insurance Companies incorpor ated by or doing business in other States of the United States Now therefore I Henry It Prewitt Insurance Commissoner for the State of Kentucky in pursuance of the authority vested in me by the laws of this Commonwealth do here by certify that C M Barnett an C E Smith of Hartford in the County of Ohio are authorized asI Agents of the aforesaid Company to transact the business of Insurance for one year from Aug 1 1906 in this State as provided by the laws thereofIn Whereof I hav hereunto subscribed my name an caused my official Seal to be aflixedI on the day and year first above written HENRY R PREWITT Insurance Commissioner HERBERT Aug 1dOne of the heaviest rains of the season fell here Sunday Mrs Jim Snider was buried a Panther Creek church Sunday She leaves a husband and several chilI henIMrs Belle Pence and daughters Kate and Christine of Lexington an Miller Holland of WhitesvHIe visited j relatives here Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Florence Chambers and chit dren of Hickman county are the guests of James Chambers and fam ily Aliss M nnic McEaniel of Louis ville was the guest of Mrs Harden Floyd Wei icsday night Mr Wil Rice wile and son of Hickman county are visiting rel- aj sOld Tried True orNATIONAL x COeOF VERMONT toFiftysix told ouc half yews of honest con servative successful management hay made this one of tho most honored anti trusted com Deathdrate of any Company of equal fI gUtlrnnIS our Talk It over witH MS BARNETT A SMITH IHartford Republican Office tiCS here Mr Virgil Miller sold two fine foryrW Phillips and family Sunday BrunertHaynes Arthur Milligan Emmitt Haynes Frank Bruner Everett Mil ligan and Hurbert Haynes attended- t the camp meeting Sunday- F V Miller and wife visited Mr Pate Taylor and family Sunday Mrs Ellen Crow and daughter of Etnaville Mr and Mrs Guy Hinton Mr and Mrs Lindsey Mer cer took dinner at Obe Burdetts Sunday CENTERTOWN Mrs A Kahn and grandson Brint Taylor of Oklahoma and Mrs Dix ie Gilstrap of Cromwell visited the family of L R Goodall last week Miss Nannie Collins of Buford was a pleasant visitor with friends here last week- r Misses Mary and Katie Duncan of Greenville arc visiting their uncle our fellow townsman A B Rowe Clyde Roark is with us again aft er being absent quite awhile in the picture worltIMrs J L Smith is bomb again after a short visit to the family of Rev T M Morton of Livermore Mrs Stella Ross of Rockport visited Mr Eugene Stroud last Sun dayEarl Davis has a position with the C C I Co at McHenry- J B Swain met with a painful ac cident by severely cutting his toot Shjirifrs SateIBy virtue execution 37 directed Clerksffavor of J W Henry against Isaac Shown I or one of my Deputies will on Monday the 3rd day of Sep tember l KXv between the hours of one oclock p mtand three oclock- p m at theCourt House door in Hartford Ohib county Kentucky expose to PublieSaleto thehighest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary inJBeginning at iGa Mitchells corner themfcn fnVN direction with Maples line and R P Carters line to CrabtrdeV corner in Duvall line thence N E with said line to Sullengers mill road to a corner where said road makes another turn thatdCoal Bank Road as it incalled in the same course to alrnr S thence N E to the corner of 0 Ri Tinsley in the Alexander Barnett line thence S with Tinsleys to the corner of T C Stratton I thence W with Strattons line and with Maples to the beginning containing upontTerms Sale Will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved security bearing interest annumIbyndWitness day of August 1906 R B MARTINS p C By W C AsIiLEY P S 1 PINCHICO Aug 13The Rev McConnel will begin a protracted meeting at Pren tis te night Henry Cummings and family of Rockport visited G W Gordon said Hartford CollegeA- nd Business Institute Hartford Ky Old Well Established Reliable It has educated more successful men and women than any other in stitutionin this part of the State amongtheevery honorable profession trade industry and calling in life Three fourths of the teachers of Ohio county have received their training within its walls A thorough uptodate business department in charge of Miss Nettie Rogers is in session the year round The students receive practical ing In Bookkeeping Typewriting and all correlativetrainImercial branches We IIgraduatC are as low or lower than instltuttontCatalogue I L N GRAY President 3t2 Hartford Ky IGreat Opportunity ParePlus 2OO To YORKAND t VIA Big PourLSMSond NYCHRRys Through the beautiful Mohawk Valley down thp Hudson River and into the Heart of the City in the Hotel Theatrical and Business Dis tricts Connection can be made at Depot with Subway Elevated and cityDates1906 with liberal return limit For full information apply to near est Big Four agent or address H J RIIEIN G P A- Cincinnati 0 J GATES General Agent Louisville Ky family pf this place Saturday and SundayMrs tyorgret Felix Owensboro visited her daughter Mrs T R Black last week Miss EdnaAllen Concord isvisit ing her brother John Allen at this placeThe Pinchico local union met last Saturday night but on account of the inclement weather the attend ance was small Black brothers have sold their farm to John Pirtle at a considera tion of 1500- Lawrence Allen Wysox was in our neighborhood last Tuesday on businessMr Mrs Joseph Coleman vis ited I H Stevens and family near Beaver Dam last Saturday and Sun dayLaton Brown and family Cool Springs visited at G W Gordons SundayMiss Carrie Gordon spent Sunday night with Miss Edna Allen t