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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c ht ttxrtfer1 Uqublkan II Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS Nryou WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year IiVOL XIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 24 1906 No 6 GERRYMANDER ACT VOID Declares Judge Birkhead in Keown Tinsley Case Legislature Exceeded Its Au thority Under the Constitution The suit of C P Keown against W S Tinsley and others recently filed in the Circuit Court here under direction of a committee selected by the Republican members of the last Legislatur to test the constitutionality of the legislative districting net passed thenwasdecided Wednes by Judge T F Birkhead who up holds the contention of the plaintiff and declares the act in question unconstitutional and void Judge Brkhead handed down a and exhaustive opinion re I dewing the facts fully and sustained the contention of the plaintiff and the committee in charge of the mat ter in every particular The tone of the courts opinion would indicate that he is not nt all given to the idea that A population of 710G should entitle a bluegrass county to a representative if it require 53263 in the Penny rile to be en titled to one even if the lennyrile is Republican The salient punts of the courts opinion are as follows- It is a well settled principle of law that the policy and justness of Legislation belongs not to the judi cial but to the legislative branch of our government and whenever it appears to the court either by the express terms of the Constitution or by clear implication the act in I question is forbidden by the organic law of the State the court should jnke juriMliction of the matter and I if satisfied that the act is invalid should so hold The facts in this petition substanti ally show that the act of March 2H 1900 redistricting the State putting Ohio Butler and Edmonson counties in one legislative District gives them one representative with a population of 53203 covering a territory of 1211 square miles An examination I of other legislative Districts shows that one county with n population of 7406 and area of 201 square miles has a representative Others with 8 9 10 and 11000 population each have representatives From this it clear ly appears that in somo parts of the State of Kentucky one elector has as much voice in selecting a represen tative as six or seven electors in the 26th Legislative District composed of Ohio Butler and Edmonson Tho average representative District in the State under the census of 1900 is Approximately 21000 So tho three counties in the 26th Legislative Dis trict have a population 2i times at great as the average representative District These figures seem to this court to conclusively show that in redistricting the State that part of section 33 of our constitution which provides that Districts shall be as nearly equal in population as may be without dividing the county has been violated and the rights of the electors in Ohio county have been materially and prejudicially af fectedA question has been pass I ed on by the Supreme Court of the United States which holds the act un constitutional an opinion written y Chief Justice Fuller and I am pur suaded that the act approved March 23 1906 dividing the State of Ken tucky in Legislative Districts is in conflict with section 33 of our State constitution and is void Judge Birkheadsbeinga Democrat makes the decision the more impor tant in view of the fact that it was by a Democratic majority in the Legislature that the act was passed Off for the Encampment 4 Amid cheers of hearty goodwishes not a few sighs of regrets for their absence and in a down pour of rain Company H Third Infantry Ken I tucky National Guards left Hartford Tuesday afternoon at 5 oclock for Henderson Ky where they will be encamped for ten days for millitary instruction The trip from Hartford to Beaver Dam was made on foot in regular martial order They took the 940 I C train Tuesday night for Henderson arriv ing there at 4 oclock Wednesday morningThose who went arc as follows Capt James M DeWeese First Lieut Oscar Midkiff Second Lieut Chester Keown Rimer Tinsley Ellis Foster Ramey E Duke Alli son Barnott J N Foster Douglas Felix Roy R Heavrin A K Ander son W W Riley Evans Calis Wal ton Petty Lawrence Gary Ben H Bennett Willie Hinton 0 D Pow ers R A Duke T E Davidson Clarence B Shown Herbert Shown Seymour Bennett Elmo Jones Charles Black Vm C Liles Van Crabtree Perry Keown Frank Hamilton John Hamilton Walter Campbell John W Taylor Tymer I Westerfield Sidney Williams Ernest Voodward Wm Robertson Marvin Black Oscar Flener Owen Ambrose Orland Park Cleve Baxley Eck Hudson Bernie Carpenter and Frank Hudson- A Henderson dispatch referring to the third regiment which embra ces Company IL and no doubt the writer having in mind Company H saysThe third regiment the flower of the national State guards of Ken tucky wenl tntocamp at Harris at 4 oclock thltmorning The boys arrived last night about 12 oclock The Owensboro Company arrived at noon yesterday They were ac companied by the Third regiment band which is said to be the best military band in the state and is in charge of Judge Yewell Haskins of Owensboro Mr Haskins takes great pride in his band The regiment is composed of nine companies numbering 550 men and in command of that prince of good fellows Col Jouett Henry The Mayfield company which was mus teredout will be replaced by Leitchfield P41rclnl tuTuEllrprat nvLI Camp Harris Aug 23 1906 Company H commenced target practice this morning All did well Owen Ambrose of our Company made the best score of our Company and so far of the encampment this year Score 104 The boys are all well and getting accustomed to their duties R E D Family Reunion What proved to be an aggreeable surprise family reunion occurred at the home of Mr B F Flener near Cromwell last Sunday By previous arrangements their children and childrens children brothers and sisters and various oth er members of the family gathered at the Flener residence withwell filled baskets of delicious edibles for the noon repast and made the day a most enjoyable and memorable one for Mr and Mrs Flener There were more than a hundred in the crowd that asssembled Death ot Mrs G G Fair Mrs Isabella Fogle Fnjr died at her home in Hartford at an early hour last Saturday as the results of an injury received by a fall some time ago Her funeral was conduct ed from the Baptist churchof which she had long been a consistent member The services were con ducted by Rev A B Gardner after which the burial took place at Oak wood cemetery Mrs Fair was a sister to our fel low townsman Hon J E Fogle and a daughter of Hon McDowell Fogle of Casey county Ky where she was born December 13 1843 She married Mr G G Fair May 29 1862 She leavesa husband and four children to mourn her loss W M Fair McDowell Fair Mrs Emma Thomas and Mrs R R Riley Mrs Fair was a loving mother an affectionate sister anda true Christian woman UNABLE TO AGREE Jury Trying French Smith and Abner Discharged Eight Men For Conviction of All Tbe Defendants and Four For an Acqnital Beattyville Ky Aug 18After deliberation of eight hours in which they failed to reach a verdict the jury in the case of B Fulton French John Abner and John Smith charged withcomplicity in the murder of James B Marcum was discharged last night by Judge John L Dorsey- A L Martin foreman of the body stated to the court that it was impossible for the jury to agree op 1i verdict and this was voiced by sev eral members of the jury Judge Dorsey had intended keeping the jury together until 10 oclock this morning but when several of the jurors became so firm in their opine ion that it would be useless the court decided it would be best to dis miss them last night The jury re tired with the case shortly after 11 oclock Friday morning They re mained in the jury room until after 12 when Judge Dorsey sent them to dinner They again entered the jury room and resumed deliberation at 1 oclock when 4hey were sent for by the court and rt their final reportDuring the time the jury was out on the case it was necessary for the court to instruct Sheriff J P Size more and his deputy C B Lovelace to assist the two elisors Henry Bran deburg and William Ticer to keep watch over the jury to prevent any tampering So strong were the actions of some of th erne n believed to be engaged in the work that even Judge Dorsey remained in the court yard in the vicinity of the jury room to watch the various movements made The jury stood eight for convic tion and four for acquital on every ballot There were seven Powell county men for conviction and one for acquital one Leo county man for conviction and three for acquit tal this having been the verdict on every ballot in regard to all of the defendants One of the Powell county jurors stated that he would not have dared to face his family and fellow citzcns had he voted for an acquital in face of the evidence introduced by the prosecution and he said he expressed the sentiment of every juror who voted for con viction During the time the jury was deliberating Smith and Abner were in jail while French was in the court room in charge of jailer Lewis Spicer He was surrounded by his wife daughter and several friends butwas never from under the watchful eye of the jailer- A few minutes before the jury re ported Jailer Spicer took French to jail believing the jury would be out over night The defendants were required to give a new bond in the sum of 10000 each Some Impressions of Tiliman I heard Senator Tillman of South Carolina deliver an address to a Chautauqua audience at Owensboro Friday night and it occurred to me that a notation of my impressions of this unique character might be of some interest to Republican readers who did not hear him Senator Tiliman is as well as I could judge from my position somo distance away from him about five feet eight inches high weighsabout 170 pounds hair one to three gray and head approaching baldness at the crown Ills face is coarse and muscular and his mouth recedes and lips are thinHis voice while not harsh shows neither training nor attention It may be said in perfect fairness to Senator Tillman as a public speaker he is neither eloquent or elegant Indeed one needs to know some thing of his public career to under stand why by constant repetition he has escaped acquiring that faculty of occasionly rounding periods that is common to the average backwoods preacher I repeat that one needs to know Senator Tillmans wanted neglect of the from in his earnest grasp after the substance of things to understand why he makes such a sorry attraction as a Lyceum speaker Ten thousand people gethered in to the Auditorium Friday night to see and hear the pitchfork States man It occurred to me while look ing over the vast sea of faces and listening to his miserable effort that no where else had I ever seen the value of newspaper advertising so amply illustrated Tillmans coarse ness boldness utter disregard for all established rules of common courtesy in his intercourse with public men together with his rug ged honesty and fearlessness had been heralded to the ends of the earth by the newspapers and this brought out the largest crowd that ever as sembled on the Owensboro Chautau qua grounds Tillman is not a fool but he is a South Carolinian A Tillman north of the Ohio River would bo impossi ble No northern constitutency would stand for such a sample of their culture in the most august body in the world Tillman like the adder is famous only for his sting Were he a respecter of the ordinary rules of courtesy in his in tercourse with public men he would be the obscurest member of the Sen ate Conduct of which any other member of the Senate would be ashamed has made Tillman famous and sensible of its source he gloriesI in such fame referring address to the fact that he was known ai pitchfork Tillman He said were the Republicans in con troJtnSouth Carolina social equality would result evidence that the fel lows reasoning faculty is either immatured or diseased He boasted of striking on the floor of the Sen ate Senator McLaurin who had called him a liar and scolded in vig orous terms President Roosevelt for recalling on account of the incident an invitation to him to a State func tionutterly unable to understand that the President saw in his con duct the coarseness and brutality common to the brawling crowds that gather about grog shops and barrel houses In this incident the Senator illustrates that his moral sense also is either immature or diseased But there is another side to Senator Tillman He is honest and fearless and it is these traits that has given him his hold upon the people of his State His mannerand style impos sible anywhere else is perhaps a necessity to his leadership in South Carolina Men who are powerfully in earnest inspire confidence every where Great earnestness breeds courage in its possessor and many men of small ability possessing these have cut a figure in the worlds his tory Tillman is one of these In his rough and ready way Tillman is doing his country some service but as a Lyceum lecturer he draws not for Lyceum but for museum reasonsHis lecture was upon the railroad rate bill a dry subject for a promiscuous assemblyJ IA- sa e r- OntheMHE R R thlbigThe rain has hindered the con tractors very much in the low lands Two miles near the 0 N cross inv has been contracted toT C Floyd Springfield Tenn Mr Howard islncreasing his force for the big fill across the bottoms west of Mrs Pirtles farm Philip Brady has been given a contract for one mile near Green River and two miles near the Mit Combs placeIt understood that the Ross house will be moved and work be gun through town next week A shipment of rails has been re ceived at Madisonville and a work train will soon be put on at that end of the line WANTS TO KNOW Senator McCreary Asks Embarrassing Questions Did the Liquor Interests Contrib ute Pecuniary Aid to Gov Beckhams campaigns Angered by the attempts of Gov Beckham to array the temperance people against him in his fight for the Senatorial nomination Mr Mc Creary hurls the following well aimedshaft at the Governor with a knowing smile which calls to mind that the Senator handled the funds in 1900 and knows some things which he may tell Gov Beckham in his desperation and in his reckless efforts to obtain votes in his race for United States Senator said in his speech at Lex ington that I have been active with the whisky interests and lawless element and pardon brokers and that I have organized them and received pecuniary aid from them and that I have sought to stir up a whirl wind in the ranks of the Democratic party and petitions have been pre sented for men to pledge themselves against him and newspapers are to be bought to oppose him- I was surprised that Gov Beck ham should lose his usual control o himself and resort to such statements as these but candorand truth compel me to say the statements jus referred to are absolutely untrue and I denounce them as utterly and absolutely without foundation I have never asked or received pecun iary aid from the whisky interests in the present race for United States Senator nor in any race r have made for the office in the past I would like to know if Gov Beck ham can say the same DEATH PENALTY Given Negro at Greenville For Assault on White Woman Greenville Ky Aug 20The trial of Harrison Alexander charged with criminal assault o Mrs Florence Whitehouse was completed here this afternoon at a spec ial term of Circuit Court The trial was begun Saturday and was attend ek by large crowdsboth days The case reached the jury at 430 this afternoon who in twenty minutes returned a verdict of guilty and o the first ballot fixed the punishment at death Judge W P Sandidge pronounced sentence and named September 21 as the day of execu tionA motion for a new trial was over ruled and it is not likely the case will be appealed This will be the first legal execution in the county since the war There has been considera ble suppressed excitement during the trial and the feeling against the I negr has been bitter and determined bu t the prompt trial and verdict have caused abatement and within an hour after the verdict was reach ed the hundreds of people gathered here from over the county had returned quietly to their homes Cave Contest Closes Our contest for free trip to the Mammoth Cave closed last SaturdayI at 5 oclock p m The contestants- I from several of the districts here to look after their interests an I many votes were turned in during the day disI ber 1 Robert Davis Hartford num- berI 2 Johnie Wallace Rosine number I 3 Elijah Daniel Olaton num- berj 4 Roy Keown Fordsville num ber 5 Sherman Chamberlain No creek number 6 Rowe Condit Ma tanzas number 7 Carroll Smith McHenryJesse Smith who was a close contestant in district 5 will go as an invited guest of THE REPUBLICAN He made an excellent candidate and did much for the paper and it is in recognition of his splendid work that he has been invited The contest as a whole was an en tire success and the management of THE REPUBLICAN wishes to thank everyone and especially the candi dates who took an interest in it and contributed much to its success Arrangements as to time of mak completedbutber 4 will be the date- WITH A GUN Mr Sapp Goes After Rev Law hern tbe Suspended Preacher at Hawesville Hawesville Ky Aug 20There has been more trouble over the Law hernSapp sensation On Saturday Rev Mr Lawhern the pastor of the awayfromof the charge against him of undue itimacy with the wife of Mr Jno f Sapp came to town and in the eve ning he passed down the street near the Sapp residence Mr and Mrs Sapp are now living together and shortstime after the suspended minister passed Sapp got his pistol and drew iton the preacher and warned him fto keep away from that part of It is said here that Rev Mr Lawhern attempted to communicate nottMr Sapp would not talk about the matter and Rev Mr Lawhern left on the next train for Owensboro Protracted Meeetlng RevLewis will begin a series of meetings at Liberty church Saturday night He will be assisted in the work by Rev Frank Baker of Sul phur Springs and ReV Chester Stevens of Hartford SMALLHOUS Misses Oma Maddox and Alice Fulkerson returned home Friday from Livermore after a two weeks visit to Mr T R Barnard and fam ilyMiss Ethel Hunter is the guest of her sister Mrs Jas S Trunnell of ynfrom Utica Wednesday where shenhad been visiting her daughter Mrs Jas S Trunnell and cousin Mrs Sue Davis near Glenville Messrs Alva Calloway and CT S Overton spent Thursday night with Mrs Jas S Trunnell and attended Frit Prof M D Maddox of Beaver Dam spent last week with his par ents Mr and Mrs 11 P Maddox Miss Anna Tichenor has returned home from a visit to friends at Ev ansville Rev G H Lawrence returned from Christian county Tuesday where he had been in a series of meetings at Hoagelin church with Rev Jim Casebier of Nelson Creek Quite a crowd attended the post burial of Mr T J Richardson at Equality Rev G H Lawrence preached a good sermon after which the Masons marched to the grave and filled the grave Miss Nail of Central City is the guest of Miss Dora Shelton Messrs Schultz Cox are in our midst threshing wheat MrS W Bilbro of Matanzas was in our midst Sunday ofdMr and Mrs M P Maddox Sunday Several of our young people at tended the ice cream supper at Mr and Mrs Mit Kimbleys Saturday night Nina Bullock and Lucy I1Vithrotiv Messrs Lee Overhultz John Morton Lenas Fulkerson and S E Hunter attended the baptizing at Ceralvo Sunday evening Moss and Thompson Plasterers aIM contractors satis faction guaranteed Phone 29 or leaver Dam Flaming Mll Co s i L If iIi um t i A 1i i AIIIIIIAI- 11I 0 Jh I I EI Fairs HosieryINot the kind tlml i n pair hut M ivguliir liic 11111IfIiutityelrl r i seamless Black Kihhid IIt tli kin I netiII Ii lIII1 9willFairs Napkins Something needful in uverv bon b11111t= will place on Sale 20 loren gil Linen Nipkius ixe IHxlS ixtra heavy attractive dmnak pittcrus flrallcllh linir tll ars J I i I rrl 11111 n i CiiMvn j1fI i1 C iili ll Till li likct 1 lI ii II I JI7I5n i i iU1c1II I I I1 I U illdllnii tl d r II tt jit 11IoIPI II I II I- ItirUIft11Ct1I ti1- T f to 1 JQ I V J I Fairs Chinaware Ciiinn lurs DC Gobs 1liiu IMiits lI i ulnnl iIiIICI It- I I ad Dishes H I lik l DjI ill 11101 H r IIk MJtl Dishrs tI 11IIt ih hI j Fair Miscelianous II i i V- j iilln Spring tiell IIIPid L ik VinK irnims i I i tct1fdv y many years it has been our custom to offer to the people of Hartford and IOhio county some special bargains tor August This year we are going to do as heretolore except on a larger scale Our reasons for doing this are First To show our trade that we appreciate their patronage Second That we may make a general 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 COMMENCED Monday August 20thAND ENDS AUGUST 25 match pure white bleach lagular 100 per dozen values your choice each 9C Fairs Wash GoodsIOur Wash Goods are too have just added a new assortment of the treasons leading novelties they with the entire stock of summer Fancies will go at greatly reduced prices Former price not considered lOc 123c 15c and 20c qualities for only per yard y Fairs Ladies Vests Beyond question the best Vest ever oHerul by ismade of extra quality Maco yarn Ribbed has both taped arm hole and neck with a Vor square yolk These 9tillFairs Ribbons mother special feature litOl1 previous sales one that has helm much talked of is our big ribbon values This time our qualities will be better and our values will be biirger than ever All shades all widths from 22 to GO 9CId I Twr Items Ist paci of special interest to all economic A place whijv you can buy Tinwaiv Chinaware Glass v H re null latches Furnish iiisr at all aniisil savini of 25 to 35 per cent Every arti cli si Iingaln lit nanl 1IL Our Sjiuiul price 2 for Oo- illM tInII r Illue iiiOOllln c Utijrjry Whips tJ lIS IItI IIintI H IifOI t- iUni tiiUI JJ- Ite Pid th Egg irlVvvM 1PlYt Kitchl1 Sts 9c Fairs Tivl lliukH DC Moth Driers 9o Hat Baskets 9c P v Fairs White Goods Its a White Goods season now the year round No reason why you should not buy now as well as in the early spring Just as staple just as desirable patterns and much cheaper Too many styles und Fabrics to go into details But the entire line of 15c and 20c qualities for only 9C Fairs Towels- It is a conceded fact that we always have the best Towels in Hartford for the price Wo make a during these sales in giving Towel values For this special sale we have bought a largo of record breaking values 100 dozen of genuine Union Linen 9cgainFairs Embroideries Folks who know and appreciate values have long ago learned that we have at all times the largest and best selected assortment in Hartford hence they come direct to us Now on the windup of theseason that we may make a cleanup as well as give you some 9cwidths I 1 FAIRS 5c AND BASEMENT I I 11g SATURDAY lOc OUR BASEMENThousewives tiniuiiewure Voudenwaru lkuters9cV Woodenware llnngerticsp- lit specialty purchase Embroidery Clothes Hangers 9c Clothes Pins 0 for9c2- 5c Whitewash Brushes 9c Clothes Brushes 9c Curtain Poles 9c Mixing RowlsOeMo- nse Traps 2 for 9c Salt Boxes 9c Fairs Glassware Preserve Stands 9c Cake Stands 9c Pickle Dishes 9c Glass Tumblers 2 forOcG- lass Pitchers 9c Salad Bowlstic Cake PlatesticGl-ass Vases 9c Spoon Holders 9c Fruit ReociversOe Fairs Graniteware Sauce Pans 9c Bread Pans 9cs Granite Dippers 9c Lipped Saucepans 9c Baking Pans 9c Mixing Bowls 9c Wash tans 9c Granite Spoons 9c jIreservingCream Ladles 9c 1AA61f 011A 1IVJ I BITTEN BY A COPPERHEAD Was a Hired Man in the Bi Bend but Senator J W Mar tin Saves slim skV A close call was that of Buc Goodman u hired hand Wilt work- for Elzy Maxwell in the Big Bend who one day last week was bitten un the back of his hand by a poisonous copperheadsnake Mr Goodman had been sent for I load of straw and was pulliug same from the stack of Uncle Wilse Render whenhe was bitten by the snake lie at once bound his suspender about his arm and ran about on- eAhatr mile to Senator J W Martins he drank about three pints of whiskey Senator Martin sent a runner after Dr J W Grubb who prescribed more whisky It was some time before the liquor had an effect on Goodman but finally it go its work and he was considerably in toxicated It is told on Goodman that during his delirium he cried andsaid he wouldnt care any more for dying than he would for taking a drink of water if it was not for the fact that that next man wouldnt know when to stop whipping hl childrenIt a pretty serious bite hut Mr Goodman pulled through alright by the timely aid of the great snake doctor and was after more straw in two or three days but at at another stack in fact at another farmp Wilse Render killed the snake all rightl Green River Re publicanThere is nothing so pleasant a that bright cheerful at pcace with the world feeling when you sit down to your breakfast There is nothin so conductive to good work an good results The healthly man with a healthy mind and body is a better fellow a better workman a better citizen than the man or woo an who is handicapped by some disability however slight A slight disorder of the stomach will derangeI your body your thoughts disposition Get away from the morbidness and the blues Keep your stomach in tune and both your brain and body will respond Littl indiscretions of overeating can b easily corrected and you will bo sur prised to see how much better man you are Try a little Kodol Fa Dyspepsia after your meals by Z Wayne Griffin Bro For Sleeplessness- A Sweedish servant maid finding that her mistress was troubled with sleeplessness told her of a practice of the people of her country who were similarly alllicted It was to take a napkin dip it in icecold water wring it slightly and lay it across her eyes I The plan was followed and it work I o I like a charm The first night the lady slept four hours without awak ing something she hall not done for several months At the end of that time the napkin had become dry By wetting it again she at once wert to sleep and it required considerable force to arouse her in the morningEx change Prof Tyler of Amherst college I said recently A man can live 0 comfortably without brains no man I ever existed without a digestive system The dyspeptic has neitherI faith hope or charity day people realize the importance of caring for their digestion realize the need of the use of a little cor rective after overeting A correc tive like Kodol for Dyspepsia It digests what you eat Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Tile Old Boys Disappearing 1011109111 Ilrreld 1 Grand noble loyal men the soldi ers of the Union But they are dis appearing A glance at the circum stances which called the Union army into existance proves that not a par ticle of sectional or other animosity entered into its formation Vol umes does it speak for the tact and leadership of the secessionist chiefs that they were enabled to win over a very reluctant section into approv al of their cause Their plans hadI f been long before the Civil war formed But the Souther i people had a strong nttnchment for the flap andI wlen a Southern emblem had to he selects I it read to be made of stars and bulksir the South had never accepted it I J + The fight forced on the States A Heavy Load to Carry with d s rla como + ncrvoim Ifeg mlt to hoproperly digested and slstlmThocomo from this disordered dlp stlon and In turn tho nerves aro not fed on gored i blood and wo seo symptoms of nerv oiisrioss sleoplpiwiipM and general break slosy holy to not protoctNI against the allac on8I1IDIlion1lurcou lijlden Nodical Discovery Ii- I rare combination of native medicinal roots without a nartlcln of alcohol or 1- drugsA proml oVlrlIngredlontGolden Medical Discovery will bn mailed Jne to any address on request by txMUl card or letter Address Dr It V Pierce Hnffalo N Y Many years of active practice convinced Pierce of the of many nat vo roots as medicinal and he went to gteatexexsusebethlnllmanudlnmoneio T rendering them both cftlclcnt and safe fo i aglntsTheMedical Is due both to It scientific comiioundlnK and to theaclu medicinal value of lu Ingredients The farewelltgives full assurance of Its non elcoholl character and removes all objection to romodIti ono either This fact puts It n a clan all b1l IafU bearing atilt desk upon ever y bottle wrapper The Badge of honesty In IngndienuTho ellrMl weak stomach Indigestion or dyppeitsla torpid liver and blllousness o I ofa Pllrlel1llall4ntliver seat put 40 years ago The regulate and Invigorate stomach Ilvc and bowels Much Imitated but never equaled Su ar coated and easy to tikeas candy tae to three a North and South which determined to stand for the Union men sprang from every walk of life to defend the nation In many States boys of sixteen and seventeen volunteered gloriouwwas Glorious now is the spectale o these young men remaining old by thecitdArmy meeting There they receive on every hand the hospitality du distinguisheIself e thinning But the survivors are ev er held in honor What do they live for For the purpose of showing u that duty to country is a mans first obligation The chief at whose cal they come from farm and shop from mine and from mill sought nothing perisheebees ise of fidelity to principle Every soldier of the Union was an of freedom The men who thre mission given them They were like their Confederate opponents honor able and truthful and victory perched on the standard of the higher Americanism + SiceDont drag along with a dull lioud heavy feeling You need Earlyinut sicken or gripe but results nr sure Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro DEAD LETTERS Resulting From NonDelivery Becoming ExcessiveSbould be Reduced Some unregenerate Washington antiimperialist has been unkind enough to suggest that Uncle Sam might derive some benefit from the Philippine Islands by using them for I the peaceable purpose of storing away his dead letter mail More than 11000000 pieces of undelivered mail were handled by the dead letter office in the fiscal year just ended and the problem of sorting I and caring for such a tremendous mass is a very serious one Over 30000 pieces of this mail are hand led every daya greater amount than that of many a fairsized city No one will disagree with the belief of Assistant Postmaster General DeGraw that the number of dead letters is excessive and ought to be reduced but the question is how to accomplish such a reduction Aside from the inconvenience resulting to writers and addresses from livery the pecuniary loss isnondeI erable since during July 000 for which no owners could be found was turned into the Treasury I a loss which unfortunately falls upon thos most in need of funds j At present Mr DeGraw mopping his perspiring brow the while has only been able to suggest that letter writers be more careful C819TGRZABe- an usthe Kind You tow Always BoazM BlIatUll d01 1HEN TURNS JOCKEY I Came Near Rldlntr a Spirited Thoroughbred Horseto Death at Lexington Mr Fred Vermillion brought his thtacountrkhim in the barn lot at Mr J6hn B I Stouts on Lexington avenue Mr Stout owns a number of chickens and among the number is a Ply mouth rock hen which appears t have the intelligence of an ordinary human being She took up with the horses who she was a mere pullet and frequent ly dined in the same trough wit auen11fI horsdoe spirited and having been accustomed to the hen wouldnt leave an ordi nary jogbut when Mr Vermilion brought his spirited country horse into town the hen came near ridin him todeati- He had always been used to getI ting a move on himself when the anrd 2 i broke forth at high speed and whizI zed around the lot until when found he had beaten down a path resembling a race course Although a hen she is strictly fashionable and rides astride and I they never go too fast for her Danville News sLuckiest Man In Arkansas Arkanfsince the restoration of my wifes continuouds e lungs and I owe my good fortune Drdj I tion which I know from experience will cure consumption if taken in time My wife improvel with firsts bottle and twelve bottles completed cure Cures the worst coughs 1and colds or money refunded At Z Wayne Griffin Bros druggists i 50c and 100 Trial bottles free l Dont Bite Your Nails One of the best known and most successful physicians and surgeons of Philadelphia says that the biting of finger nails is the chief cause o f the cases of appendicitis that are i operated on daily Nothing is more likely to cause the appendix to become inflamed and subsequently per forated than the sharp bits of the fingerasit one n weeeseven were biting of the finger nailtIA Healing The Rev J C Wcrren pastor of Sharon Baptist Church Belair GaI says of Electric Bitters Its a I Godsend to mankind It cured me of lame back stiff joints and complete physican collapse I was so weak it took me half an hour to walk a mile Two bottles of Elect ric Bitters have made me so strong I have just walked three miles in 60 minutes and feel like walking three more Its made a new man of me j Greatest remedy for weakness and all Stomach Liver und Kidney com plaints Sold under guarantee at Z Wayne Griffin Bros Drug Store Price 50c I Fourth District Publishers Or i IlZanlle j League of the Fourth district met at Elizabeth townand organized electing the following officers John D Babbage- of the BrecVenridge News presi I dent John Barry if the New Haven Echo secretary C E Sommers R D Thornberry and John Barry were appointed a c Immitteeto form bylaws and a constitution News CONTINUEThose I and sit enEth by regular treat ment with M I Scotts Emulsion treatmentIn willdo I prosbaeondurlna i sod for Ire utnplc Chemleajoggl5PeatISunt York son and ioo l I e RQ f i papers of the district represented I were nt follows Rrorkenridpe New John D Babbagfc Brecken ridge Democrat Roy E Moorman Marion Falcon Robert D Thorn berry New Haven Echo John J Barry Bardstown Standard Wallace Brown Greensburg Record J LdElizabethtown News C E Somtners Elizabethtown Mirror Charles Richardson Whyoe feel unhappy in the Good Old Sum mer Time Answer we dont Salvetuslion box to get the genuine Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro BLIND TIGER Bern Run at the New State Car itol by Beckhams Special Police f gFrankfort Ky Aug 16The massIfrankfort by Cap 1 tarn Noel Gains for many years in guardloCj I movements to enforce the laws I against illegal liquor selling and I gambling at the state capitolcon I tains in its august issue an open ed itorial letter addressed To the GovI ernar of Kentucky with subhead ingor caption Let Us Beware of the Peoples Vengeance Because of Our Inconsistent Acts The most sensational feature of the letter addressed to the Governor by Capt Gaines who is still member r of his military staff is the acciua tion that another appointee of the governor an officer especially charg ed with the maintenance of law and order in and about the state capitad grounds not only prostituting state cariyinIa f Frankfort in which it is absolutely forbidden undenthe State local op tion law j The Crusader for August was issued more than a week ago and itI was expected thatGovernor Beckham I would in his Lexington speech untIdertake to refute the charges bu he did not A 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 Laxadv- s Honey and Tar No opiates Sol by Z Wayne Griffin Bro VactiontmaryI made by Controller Robert J Trace- I well The carriers who have been in service twelve months are under the appropriation bill which went I into effect July 1 entitled to fifteen days leave of absence with pay and many of the carriers have been writ ting to learn how they shall proceed to obtain this vacation Thearrang ment for the vacation must be made through the postmaster under whom the carrier serves The government furnishes a substitute for the fifteen days who receives pay at therate of 600 per year The carriers are privileged to take the fifteen days off at their convenience during the year They can take the leave all at once or a week at a t meiController a decision that a letter carrier I present for duty and performs all theI duties required of him during any day is entitled to his full pay for thtt day The law fixes eight hours as the maximum days work and car riers in some instances have been able to cover their routes in from five to six hours Postmasters have been in doubt whether a full days pay should be allowed under such circumstances Controller Trace I well holds that It rsan administra 1 tive question with which the Treasury Department which must settle all bills has nothing to doIFrightfully Chas W Moore a machinist off Ford City Pahod his hand fright fully 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 Pile 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros Druggists r 1 1vXa II similaiing AweelabiePreparalionrorAs toeFoodandBeguIa ting iheStoaacbs titidBoile ls of heerlulI A retr tU SINlII1JflfM 1WAt1t IE rorConsUpanon WormsConwlsions Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP IFaoSirtalc Signature of NEW YORK EXACT eOPY V WRAPPER J Infants and iFor Kind Alway Ij Bears IISignature In- Use Over Thirty I OUR CLUBBING RATES IKK RKIUHLICAN and Louisville Herald125 T TUB RKJUOUOAN rind Louisville Daily Herald TilE RKIUHLICAN and CourierJournal 150 TUB ItHiUUMCAX and Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TUB RKiamucAN and Home and 125 Till llKiUHURAN turn Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 TUB RKPUUUCAN and Twicea Week Oweusboro Inquirer 175 TUB tKiUitricAN and Daily Owensboro 370 TMK llKiUiuicAN and Tice= Week Oboro Messenger 175 TUB liKiUitucAN and NationalMaguzine 150 Adaress all orders to THE REPUBLICAN RANDALL T COLLINS I WAYNE When Louisville delSTOPAT aEUROPEANm The Home for County People Kle iint Clean Knoms sari Polite Attention W Corner Second dual Jefferson Streets PropsIi8 B ai e El j 24 BUYS s4a L SCHOLARSHIP unUltde100atfottedtobeeoidatadisoonntonamouatof are sold No Tantion enter any time DRAUGNOHSEVANSVILLE a Colleges ta 15 States 30000OOO CAPITAL Indorsed by txulnew men from Value to California 1T yean uncos We aba teach MAR Write for price PO MONEY SECUREDIIto orMud rTHATrray ad vlaxxaIIIDd ntxU photo warte per race other on imnmMlHr M rata fnnUn 8UH IdUookB03BOB Svnth StreetWTAVMINOTOM D C i CASTORIA Children You Have ht tL I of For Year- sCASTORIA tea otarwa wrwn sans CITY 200 St Farm Inquirer 8ItdGRIFFIN in m Ohio S BY BIG FOUR i New York Central Lines t toa I III Chicago I a Toledo l IICleveland I ffAnd all other points EastII Information Inished on application at City Ticket Office Big Four No I tofI I Louisville Ky I IHP J RHEINI Cincinnati 0 evsr Kodol Dyspepsia Giwe Piueats what you eat Ii Hartford Republican I limed by the llnrtlonl IubllehingCompnn- ytnrnernacsali clilorCEZyrzoFC ambrlortd 34 I30UC 2 FRIDAY AUGUST 24 IREPUBLICAN TICKET Pout CONCIIIKSS M L HEAVRIN Of Ulilo ronntjr Ii ANNOUNCEMENTS WC the nethOrIZPl tn nnonntoK A AMiKII SON of Went llartforil Imlnct n rntiillitntr for ItlirvKnlntlve the if DC ml Aiwmlily from thlnth Jlth illotrlct unlijwt to the nctlon Of the riulillcnn port- WeHrpnuthnrlied to uriniitiuiv CliAIIKMi DEWKCSi tit fihivvr Imlbct u nn ll lnte for Iltpivwntatloln the irnrrnl Aorinlilr from thin the IStli cIMritiuliHt to the nitlun the Itrimlillrim pnrt- rExaminethelabelonyour paper If It Is not correct notify us t I WHO said summer was past You cant keep a good town like Hartford down l THERE has never been a hung jury i in any of the Powers trials POOR marksmanship among the Russians saves the life of many a grand duke- GoveRSOlt BECKHAMS speech reads more like that of a candidate for Governor than one for United States Senator TilE bank looters who adminster ed on that Chicago Institution for got something left the office fixtures and the buildingIWHEN Tom dollar contribution to the Democrat ic campaign fund will the committee return it as tainted money I WE hope Governor Beckham and j Senator McCreary will keep in mind the laws of gravitation and not fire off their broadsides cality at the same timcIITHE question of I or wrong to send one dollar for i campaign purposes with some peo I pie depends upon how you direct the envelope containing it I IF Mr Bryan can reorganize the Democracy and get the old lady out of the gold bug trenches where she was led by Parker he may agree to take the nomination next time A WOMAN was drowned last week i in Silver Lake a man in California r lost his life on Silver Mountain and the Democratic party is getting ready to die some more on the silver issue I THE Legitslutcould have I pleased the good citizenship of the State better by correcting some evils in our jury system instead of devising means to extract the pound of flesh in taxation I MAMMOTH CAVE played to thej biggest crowds in its history this season Louisville Herald Its all because THE REPUBLICAN hasI given it so much free advertising during the summerIOLLIE JAMES is willing to be Dem ocratic candidate for VicePresident either on a radical or conservative platform just sis may seem to the best interests of the ticket at the time the Convention meets I AN exchange says Mr Bryan has not been talking too much as is charged but that the reporters havn been talking for him If this i true and Mr Bryan hits been letting others do his talking lie certainly w a changed man EVERY newspaper in the Fourth Congressional district should be en rolled in the district League Itisa matter of dollars and cents to them Another meeting is to be held at Elizabothtown September 10thand by that time everyone should be in line 0 ONI South American Country liar a splendid opportunity to put us to teat about the love we have been making to them through Secretary Root Tho destruction of the city of Valparaiso is a greater blow to little Chili than thut of San Francisco tour Will we help her Itf lx x BOTH oui imports and exports are larger than ever before This ef fectually disposes of the favorite hobby of free traders that our present tariff shuts us out from raw material A large proportion of ou shipments abroad are the fnishe- products of our high priced labor HISTORY repeats itself Only n few short years ago the Democrats M who now say they are about to b robbed by some Democrats w er robbing the Republicans of Kentucky The old saying that chick ens always come home to roost wa never more completely exemplified NUMEROUS inquires have been dI- rected to us seeking the names of the two brothers recently mention ed in a communication to this paper who were about to permit their in valid sister to go to the Alms house 1To all of them we answer we d not know Let us hope it is a myth t1P the report which comes from Washington that Justice Harlan i- to S retire is true we hope the Press dent will appoint Governor William 0 Bradley to the position He f earnedeminentlyI this recognition aside from party services He is the ablest Kentucky Republican BETTER let well enough alone I the people so forget themselves to vote to change our tariff system it will bring about the same old wail for work when there is no work The same low prices for all farm products because the people who would buy these products will not be drawing their weekly salaries QUit office was crowded last Saturday evening with excited boys and their friends all anxious to learn the ConIIandIself THE REPUBLICAN will endeav I or to carry out its promise to the fetterKENTUCKY could not do better next year than nominate judge Wm H Holt as their candidate for Governor He is broad I minded eloquent and understands the weak joints in the armor of the State machine Moreover he belongs to no faction If nominated and elected he would be the Goy ernor of all the people and would not be afflicted with the idea assessed to such a pronounced extent by some of our wouldbe leaders that nothing good can come from any section except the blue UIltilHI The Hartford Republican strains j at a gnat and swallows a hossfly It affects very much sarcasm be cause the Democratic Congressional i Committee U sending out an appeal for a dollar from each voter when its party is doing the very same thing and the Republican knows it 0 Consistency thou art Indeed a But bloom seldom oftiIIRIpvnujIcause the Democratic Congressional i Committee is sending tint requestsI for dollar contributions fected any sarcasm at all it was because the Herald had just published i an editorial condemning in strong terms the Republican Congressional Committee for doing the very same thing By the way why dont you publish what we did say Are you afraid your readers will see who it inconsistent TIME has been when there may have been some excuse for the country boy to go to the city to better his condition Then the cities held the only opportunities for higher changedsEducational advantages may he ob tained at the very door of the average country boy An effort should bu made to show him that about nine out of every ten buys who drift from the farm to the city these Get Ridof 0 Bunches eruptions Inflammations sore- Ness of the eyelids and ears diseases of the bones rickets dyspepsia catarrh wasting are only some of tho troubles It causes It is a very active evil making havoc ot the whole system HoodsSarsaparilla Eradicates It cures all Its manifestations and builds up the whole system ACCePt co substitute days make shipwreck of their lives j All that should reasonably be expect ed out of life is an improved intel lect a chance to earn a competency i health and happiness AIL may be degred I where else Better risk the old farm a while longer boys Dont be in a hurry to go The city with its glare and glamour has many at beneatlei i surely and swiftly to death and digI 100esSson 1 I pride to his future will when h has obtained his education offer i him some inducement if possible to a lord of the soil ISO IE of the Democratic leaders partyoi posted about the party plans ItI would then be spared such an embar rassment as it is now laboring under Recently it preached a pious sermon against soliciting campaign funds by dollar contributions as is being dont- s by the Republican Congressional Committee sots to get up the next morning and find a circular letter staring it in the face from the Dent ocratic Committee asking n dollar certainlyfand rememberedIin glass houses etc But it was too late It had writ what it had IrladIIjhave been able to recall it Now because we simply printed what the Herald had said alongside of the re quest from its party committee i seems to take it very much to heart inIof Democrats and the enormous I sums contributed to the Republican i fund We will gladly do this if the Herald will furnish the amounts The enormous amounts contributed by corporations are not given to allIi ty The idea that trusts are aiding in a campaign to endorse President Roosevelt is absurd and only ex ists in the minds of the Herald dii tot s This contention ilaS discredited by the Herald itself in its issue uf August 1st when it said that heretofore they have had millions of dol lars contributed by the corporations etc The Herald treatment of this matter reminds us very much of its effort last spring to show that Ohio county was not in debt because it could be paid out of this years taxes THE BUSY READER IFOR I challenginghim entering into the campaign for United States Senator Guy Beck hams action is the result of a refer made to the whisky interests in lance by Senator McCroary at Mt Sterling County MondayI gomery county Ky the CamI mack local option law to be illegal He ordered two elections to be held on September 19 at which the tion of local option will be votedup ion Temperance advocates and saloonkeepers asked for elections whichaccounts for two being order ell- The Republicans Illinois in con vention at Springfield Tuesday nom inated a State ticket and indorsed Speaker Cannon for the presidential nomination in 1103 Senator Shelby M Cullom was unanimously indors ed for reelection Marriage License j The following license to wed have been issued since our last report I Harve Embry Renfrow age 22 to Clara Goff Renfrow age 15 i Eddie York Hartford age 26 to Mary Arbuckle Hartford age 20IJohn IJ Fulkerson Ceralvo age CO to S P Pryor jEtnaville age to I For SaleiI 200 acres of fine farming land at Dan Station on Owenabora branch 1 C R R 70 acres up land bal bottom will make 71 to 80 buslfeja cu Ill i tT acre lIt Cj Icrfl irij I n l rIC ulit tier G iw wrel c ILI hrrir- lsma nnetit c bah rlttt elS I1 t l y ta 11t0 r uI1 11 f Jttalwrtsaertetc A Hair- Dressinq Nearly every one likes n fine hair dressing Something to make the hair more manage i able to keep it from being too rough or from splitting i at the ends Something too that will feed the hair at thee i same time a regular hairfood Wellfedharwillbestrongand will remain where it belongs on the head tot on the comb I The beet kind of a testimonial ISold for orjr sixty 7ea- nAOOAOOLoOIlJIIUh I I Good Politics and Common Sense standIis good politics and common sense The time for making a breach in our Tariff walls is not yet at hand The President was elected in 1904 on a timII historIby the people of the United States was an unfailing index of the Tariff question as upon the other questions of the Campaign So fur as is known changedtThey certainly have not hadreason for any very radical changes of sentiment The widespread prosperity which then existed still continues There is work in plenty for all who brtIterandalltheconditions Why should the Republican party renounce one of its chief articles of faith which the people have so en thusiastically indorse So long as well is well enough why not let well enough alone in stead of entering experiments which have heretofore been proved to be impracticable So far as issues are concerned the Republican hosts are ready to go into the battle tomor row There are men to defend the policies as well as polices to defend Los Angeles Times To the Public On September 1st we will open in Hartford The Peoples Pressing Club All work done by an experienced man and satisfaction guaran ted P D TWEIWKLL Mgr E KBARNESBROIPROFITABLE I WHEAT GROWING In Ohio coimly by the proper use of high grade commercial Fertilizers is positively assured The yield on many farms this year compares favor ably with SOUle of the best wheat growing counties of the State but i there is still room for improvement better preparation and the use of i more fertilizer to the acre will pro duce still better results As a means t to this end we heartily advocate the S HOUSE SHOE BRAND of coiumer S X cia I fertilizers Ve recommend these J ij from pl onnl experience in the field J as well as having peen the sole dis5 tributors nf this famous brand of For 4 lilixers fur over twenty years Our I warehouse i filled now with these goods and the sooner you obtain your youiJ hit vo of securinj the best goods The jj S 0 g IincleaSuperior WHeat I We are agent for this fanous bestIIt has a national reputation as the aj wheat and fertilizer Drill on market Investigate this drill among Jfc farmers who have used them and if they dont bear us out in these state- mentsjS dont buy it If it is what werclaim you want it Beaver Dam Ky Y OOOO 5 U1 VWJ MA rI AUGUST CLEARANCE SALE FROM August 15 to September 1 Ar Long Si Cose ECONOMY STORE IAll Summer Goods will be sold for space and not for profit We f must do this Io make room for our fall stock which is now begin ning to arrive We wont take your time now quoting you prices on any one thing but will only ask you to visit our store during this ourIClothing Shoes Slippers Shirts Underwear Hosiery Wash Goods Silks c It will only be a short time now until we will announce our Fall Opening and Display of the new things forFall andWinter And as we have stated we must close out all Summer Stock Remnants I SONG fCOSt ECONOMY STOREN 10 yItV tV j 1 ti J w P 4 tJiW toM lir UW AMft WIE V t h io i HALF PRICE 4ONBROKEN LINES OF SUMMER WASH GOODS HALF PRICE it ON BROKEN LINES OF LADIES OXFORDS 41 Sacrifice Sale it OF MENS AND BOYS SUMMER CLOTHING J Our entire stock of Ladies Summer Wash Dress j I Jj Goods and Ladies Oxfords our entire stock of Mens = and Hoys Summer Clothing will be oll rod in this tq great Sacrifice Sale This tremendous sale began fc i Wednesday Aug 15 t1 And will continue until September 1st The stock bt tqIs in splendid shape but the season is ended and the 4 i goods must be sold to make shopping convenient b1 Jj The stock has been divided into nine lots j i bt 4t Lot No 1 consists of 115 pieces Lawns Dimities 41 and Batiste regular price lOc to 12e sale prico 7c tt 4 Lot No 2 consists of W pieces Lawns Dimities Iofi und Mulls regular price 12Jcto 18c sale price lie bsr Lot No 8 consists of 20 pieces Lawns Organdies Ciland Silk Nulls regular price 20c to Me sale U b Ci Ifi price loc bt tP Lot No I Ladies Oxfords regular price 125 to g Jj 150 vale price USe i I Lot No5 Ladies Oxfords regular price 155 to g 47 200 sale price SlH b- Lot J No 6 Ladies Oxfords regujar price 22r log Ci SI500 sale price SlSJ N S Lot No 7 Mens Oxfords rtgular price 100 41 price SI 111 g Lot No S Mens Oxfords regular price 200 to j JS1 gale price S2W i tr The abovi prices include the celebrated W L j Jo DiHiglas Oxfords as well as nil other brands Ci J You will be pleased with the prices we are J n making on Summer Clothhigbsrbartt4 3 Dont miss this great opportunity to secure a t gain but come und como early Dont forget the J Ci date Sale began Wednesday August 15th and Z n continues until September 1s- tn i 0 b S Ci CARSON COSbf 4ixroltroRATED 9 Ci HARTFORD KENTUCKY 9 w Hartford Republican j FRIDAY AUGUST 24 IlllnolsContral RallroadTIrm Tablo North Hound Niilllti llnlliiil Noltdn 6On III SnI2ldo + llllnm- No lZ2dntiSMlpnl Sntol don 14 P m- No 102dne24Mpm So IMllnlwl9m- We are still paying 12c for eggs CARSON Co The frequent rains have drowned the lawn tennis games If you want a good pump iron or wood call on J W Ford Esq W S Dean Dundee made us a pleasant call Tuesday Scholarship in Massey Business College for sale at this office Capt W H Moore is confinend to his room on account of a sprained foot See our line of Ladies Vests and at only 9 cents at Long Economy Store ICos buy any shoes until you see Peters Shoe at Long Cos Store Miss Malissa May of Owensboro is the guest of her sister Mrs A M Barnett near town t Miss Lotus Miles of Uniontown Ind is visiting her sister Mrs John W Taylor on Union street FOR IEA firstclass young horse Apply to C E SMITH Republican Office Hartford Ky I t Mr and Mrs J B Tappan were t I j the guests of Mr Tapparis parents I at Sacramento the first of the week Peters Shoes just InatINew Cos Economy Store Mr J C Stevens Centertown was n pleasant caller Monday Miss Grace Howard Owensboro is visiting Miss Artie Wedding thi week For Scholarship in the I3owlin Green Business College apply at this office Miss Nora Bennett Matanzas was the guest of Miss Winona Stevens last week Mrs S H Allen is the guest of her daughter Mrs Judge John B Wilson city The very hest brand of Calico from now until September 1 at 5c a Carson Co The Peters Shoe is the best for style and wear At Long Cos Economy Store q You can get the best goods for the least money at Long Cos Economy Store R S Taylor of Taylortown was the guest of his brother Judge W B Taylor Wednesday The Lawn Fete and exhibition drill given by Company H Saturday eve ing was largely attended and y enjoyed Mr Clarence Keown left for Eatlington the first of the week where he has been tendered a posi tion in the L N shops For sale 150 acres of land within three miles of Hartford A bargain for cash Call oh or address J P MILLER Hartford Ky 38tf Mr David Igleheart died at his home near West Point Wednesday afternoon of typhold fever He leaves a young wife arid children Mr J W Cheek of Askin was a pleasant cnlUr yesterday Summer goods are going cheat now at Long Cos Economy Store Mrs Isaac Foster is the guest of her sister Mrs Fon Rogers of Pjkeville Ky R N Brown and C L Elliott uf Paradise were the guests of Judge W B Taylor yesterday Miss Bertha Thomasson Morgan field Ky is visiting hersister Mrs D L Miller Beaver Dam Miss Mary Wedding of Whites ville is visiting her mother Mrs Julia Wedding on Union Street Miss Viola Pirtle returned last week from a visit to Old Point Comfort Washington and New York Leave your laundry at Cleve lIers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 4Gtf Rev and Mrs J A Bennnett Nocreek were the guests of their daughter Mrs John B Foster Tuesday Yale Coffee 1st grand prize Worlds Fair at St Louis 190J None better Try it For sale by U S Carson 313 Miss Myrtle Williams daughter of Rev A J Williams city is the guest of her uncle Mr L P Loney Owensboro Mr George Barakat returned Wednesday from several days trip to New York Pittsburg and other Eastern cities I Good wheat makes good flour Fords brands are freshwith reduced price lOc 50c and GOc a sack spot cash Try them Miss Merrie King trimmer for E P Barnes Bros at Beaver Dam is at Gages in Chicago for the fall and winter styles in millinery Mr R ELee Simmerman and daughter Miss Winnie and Mrs J W Ford left Wednesday for a trip I to Cleveland and Niagara Falls We still have a good big lot of heavy 8c cotton that we are still sell ingjfor five and Ihlcequarterscents CARSON Co Mrs Sam P Render and son Norman Okla are the guests of Mrs Renders parents Mr and Mrs T J Smithand other relatives here Mr A E Pate manager for the Cumberland Telephone company headquarters at Providence Ky was the guest of his family last week Misses Lillian Monroe Rockport HartIfordday and Saturday for State teach certificateIMisses Madie and Lula Walker who have been visiting their grand parents Mr and Mrs R M WalkI er have returned to their Lexington WANTED One goqd man to sells fruit trees in Ohio county Address Nursery ed weekly 5t4 You can secure some good bar gains in thin Dress Goods and Ladies and Mens Oxfords during our salq from August 15 to September 1 CAHSON Co Judge and Mrs J E Fogle lef yesterday to visit Judge Fogles father Attorney McDowell Fogle oft Casey county Mr Fogle is nine tyone years of age but is hale and healthful v Mr Ramey Duke our foreman is at Henderson playing soldier this week The mechanical work of this issue has been in charge of our effi cient printers Messrs Escar Woosley and Roy Forrester Miss Annie Duncan McHenry Mrs D F Gibbs and Miss Anna Russell Rockport and Miss Lizzie Stevens Beaver Dam have returned Fallsnpoints in Canada and New York City Foil SALE A farm of 96 acres 2J miles from Hartford 011 the Morgan townroadand i mileJofT the Beaver Dam road good twostory dwelling 2 good barns and outbuildings good well and cistern in yard 30 acres of timbered land rest in high state of cultivation all bottoms ex cept 7 acres For further particu lars callon MRS S H PHJUJI Gt4 vf Y HartfordjiiKy I The We Three had agood cargo I out for Evatisville Monday Uncle John Shown Beda was a very pleasant caller Wednesday Take advantage of our August clearance sale at Long Cos Economy Store Mr T1 Morgan manager of theI Cumberland Telephone Co Beaver Dam was a pleasant caller Tuesday Miss Annie Moreland who hasI been quite ill of typhoid fever for the past several days is rapidly im provingMrs E Rogers left for her home at Elkton Ky after visiting Capt and MrsS K Cox for the past several days Mr and Mrs T J Morton and children returned from Cobden III last Friday where they had been the guests of relatives for the past sev eral days Mrs Mary A Duncan Mrs Ella D Boone and Margaret Duncan Louisville and Mrs Jennie Hamil ton Greenville are the guests of Mrs F L Felix County Attorney E ltWoodward went to Lexington Tuesday on legal business From there he will go to Henderson to join Co H for the State encampment Mr and Mrs R D Walker enter tained at six oclock dinner last Sat urday in honor of Misses Edwina Rowe Owensboro and Rena En glish Hlizabethtown We will buy your Chickens Ducks Calves Lambs Etc and pay high est cash price Live stock received on Monday before 9 oclock HARTFOKD COMMISSION Co Mr J Henry B Ca son of the firm of Carson Co is in the eastern markets purchasing the fall goods for the firm He will visithis broth er Dr E A Carson Corbin Ky while gone Mrs Eugene Stroud died at her home threw miles West of Hartford last Thursday after several days ill ness of typhoid fever Her remains were interred at Central Grove cemetery Friday in the presence ofa large circle of sorrdwing friends Mrs Sara Collins Smith has ac cepted a position as dry goods buyer and milliner with the Brown Mercantile Co of McHenry to be known in future as the Grand Leader She left for Indianapolis and Cincin nati in the interest of the store on Aug 21- The gasoline yacht Sweetheart touched at our wharf last Saturday with a party of Owensboro gentlemen aboard bound for the Mam inrscharge of Dr H F Kimbley and among the members was our old friend Charley Kimbley Assistant Postmaster at Owensboro The boat was well stocked with Provisions etc for a long voyage I I The city council did a good thing when it passed the recent ordinance prohibiting cattle from running at large in the town limits It should be enforced to the letter It may r work a hardship on a few persons for a time but it is a relief to others who have some rights also If every citizen of the town should turn out four or five head of cows horses or mules and one has as much right to do so as another we would all be awaytA little two year old child of j er Oscar Midkiff was dangerously poisoned Monday by eating part of rat biscuit which itgot of some way where it had been d posited to kill rats The biscuits contain arsenic and are prepared and sold for use as poison The blsc was eaten bv the child and thre chickens The chickens all diedand I but for prompt medical attention the child would have lost its life It was very sick for awhile but w out of danger in a few hours Mr and Mrs Zr Wayne Grifiincen tertained in honor of Mrs Griffins sister Miss Marie Austin last Sat urday evening The beautiful lawn was lighted by a specially arranged display of electric light bulbs and Japanese lanterns which made a fine effect During the evening several impromptu muSical selections rendered Light refreshments wereI served to the seventy guests evening was very much enjoyed by I the young people and by some older ones who were permitted to be present through the goodness of the hostessI J I9I = The I NEW STOCK WliidtMit Bach purchased in the East in the last fewdtys ia arriving daily He has purchas ed the lamest and most uptodate line of Mens xVponders Collars Dry Goods Comforts Blankets and Ladles1 and Childrens Readymade Garments aver lbrought to Hartford Ho also IpurchaExzfa large line of good School Shoes espe sleepy fur this market E Shoes a Specialty x p We itO already made a good reputation in byrx Shoes aaet also in everything else We carry the r mHrown Shoesevery pair guaranteed NoneIJter We feel sure you will be a purchnsI y er when s UJltCO look Ilt our line of wec4nf twfy ind fit anyones foot and taste leadI W inShOl Our motto in buying is Best Goods for the Lowest Price That is also our motto in selling Tri us and prove itsx IsamBachITHE on- eShoe C ManII HARTFORD KY fJI ES a 5J1iugthe first of the week Misses Mattte and Nora Helsley candidates for membtrship to the HiramIBrown Mrs Smith is visiting her son Tom Smith near Paradise C G KSmbkraod family are at tending the Assoc tion at Mt Car mel this week Born to the wife of Jess Everly aboyMiss Ada Park Central Grove spent several daps hrre last week E M Kimntel fete Monday for heuschool hereefar SlIe uteHartford Six minis two Lot 103 foet front 210 sleet deep Good well Stnatcd comer Fredrica atbitdscashasbalance in 12 BAIT KErr SMITH Insurance uLof Ken tccky Frankfort Augv 13th 1906 Whereas The National Life In surance Company located at Montpelier Vt is possessed of the actual capital required under the laws of this CommonJrealrfi amt has com plied with all the requirements of Iisaid laws which are applicable to Insurance Companies incorpor by or doing business in other of the United States INow therefore I Henry R Jnaunuue CammiEsoner fo the State of Kentucky in pursuance of the authority vested in me by the yYbyC E Smith of Hartford in the County of Ohio are authorized as Agents of the aforesaid Company to 11 transact the business of Insurance for one year from Aug 1 1906 in this State as provided by the laws thereofIn Whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and caused my official Seal to be affixed on the day and year first above written HENRY R PREwmv Insurance Commissioner MAGAN We are having plenty of rain in this part of the county The District Union of the A S of EL meets at this place Saturday Aug 25- Mrs S L Clements who has been visiting relatives and friends at this place has returned to her home at Rome Daviess county Misses Verta and Emma Wright spent Saturday and Sunday at Owensboro the guests of their uncle T F MidkifT and attended the ChautauquaMessrs Coppage Albert naughn Miss Aisle Baughn and Vi lola Westerfield went to the Chautau qua Saturday Mr Ora Edge is quite sick Miss Eva Martin attended the ex andIi Mr Willie Taul and Miss Eva Martin returned from Owensboro today beenral days went to owens or lridayI Mr RonJa Miller and mother I went to Fordsvillo today i- U htelln q f rREADING THE TREE How The Forester Gets Its Life History In De tails The forester reads the history of a tree in great detail says the American Magazine After taking out few borings to the center of the tree at different heights and counting w the rings on them he may spin you such a yarn at this This tree is 150 years old 150 rings at the base During the first five years it grew only seven inches 145 rings seven inches for the base Evidently it then began to crowns with other saplings for i took a spurt and put on fifteen inch es a year steadily till it was forty years old forty rings fortyfour and onehalf feet above the ground it was not growing as fast as its neighbors however for at this point it began to be overshadowedand its growth declared for the next ten years to as little as four inches a year fortyfive ring at fortyeight feet and fifty at fifty feet Just in time to save its life something hap pened to its big neighbors presum able a windstorm and it resumed a steady growth of about six inches a year having passed its fastest growing time Its growth in thickness doesnt seem to have varied much about an inch every three years But it grew faster and faster in vol ume of course as its height increas eda little over a cubic foot a year in its prime of life I should judge About thirty years ago it reached maturity and stopped growing in height thirty rings at the top of the main stem and now it is approach ing old age the last rings are pretty thin Hold on a minuteheres a false ring twenty forty fortysix years back two very thin ringssee instead of one thick one means that something interrupted the growing season probably late frost The Yellow Fever Germ has recently been discovered It bears a close resemblance to the ma laria germ To free the system from disease germs the most effect ive remedy is Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed to cure all dis eases due to malaria poison and con stipation 25c at Z Wayne Bros Drug Store Ten Uses for Lemons Lomons are used to prevent and cure scurvy Lemons are used as a drink in fe vers when the bowdles are disorded For rheumatism and gout take from one to two ounces of lemon juice three or four times a day Corns are said to be cured by binding on a piece of lemon Lemons are used for grippe as they allay fever and aid the kidneys To remove tan from the face and stains from the hands tub with lem onjuiceLemons are used as an antidote for alkaline poisoning- If taken hot lemons are good for dropsy as they stimulate the kidneys and induce perspiration Lemons are said to be good for hemorrhages as they directly coun teract the tendency to lose blood CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears theASignature of ALL OWING TO BANANA PEEL Little Thing That Lay on Wash ington Sidewalk Responsible for Many Happenings People are Inclined to pooh pooh little things yet little things are often big things For example a banana peel lay in wait 011 u WaHliingtou sWewalk not long ago It was a HUe thing indeed a castoff a despic able thing yet Destiny had placed it there for her own pur posesA nearHighted tonuiat came along with his nose buwetl in a guidebook he stepped on the banana peliii hiyrfs flew up lull tilt rtst of him came down with a d s t for dull sicken lug thud 011 the sidewalk In I Jib fall his logs got eomplknicd with a huhkr which a painUi was using loaning against a I hoiist the ladder slipped and i 1 Y tame down and n pat of red paint was doused over the recumbent tourist covering him as thoroughly as if you had got it done by the day The painter in his descent struck on a big bundle of wash that a passing colored wash lady was carrying on her head Thus cushioned the painter es injuriesabut the wash lady was sent sprawling on the walk and with her bundle of wash hind gone a wig she had been wearing reveal ing her to be a man instead of a woman By this time the police had by some mistake arrived and they recognized the erstwhile wash lady as a wellknown fugitive dudtre ward of 200 had been offered for him and the painter got his half of this for bringing about the die covert To go back a little when the accident happened the ladywho occupied the house rushed out and assisted the prostrate and paint soaked tourist to his feet and into her spare bedroom where after sending out for some new clothes he eventually made himself presentable again To make a long story short the tourist who was a well todo bachelor was so affected by the attentions of the lady who was a lorn widow that the two soon made a match of it After all that who could say that a banana jnel is a little thing Pathfinder The Study of Agriculture Modern agriculture is a sri ence It includes the study of many high school and college text books to qualify one for an instructor in tin primary prin ciples of tilling the soil It is both theoretical and practical The studyof Indian corn is as important in the development of the student mind as is the study of Greek It presents living ob ject lessons in illustration which are more valuable than dead lan guage The study of the classics is no more divine or reverential than the ItuItlf farm machin ery 11111 Irish potatoes Many u poor boy injures his health fretting over translations of Latin when he should be learning how to transplant on imis- Identifying Some visitors going Them through a I penitentiary under the escort the superintendent came to III room in which three women were sewing Dear me one the visitors what itiOiIRltlnl1- ill creatures Pray what are i they here for- Leraust they have no other j home This is our sitting room and they Url my wife and I two daughters blandly replied I the superintendent Harpers I Weekly j One Good Turn Deserves Another Olllce Hoy Ito elllplotI1 Please sir will your give me aI raise ill ill l waglIKmployer Yes my boy Is there anything else ItlIl1 do for I you You might make my hours shorter so Ill have time to spend my raise Translated for TalcsI from Knmilcn Journal BIRD WAS A HEAVYWEIGHT I In spite of the repeated admonitions of his mother the five theillolllllllntpersisted in robbing birds nests The other day he ran to his mother and cried excitedly Mamma me and Villie Flock hove got a whole hat full of little over at 1I0IlflCIHue you and Willie peen robbing birds nests again asked his mother The child saw that he had com mitted a blunder by saying any thing at all about the birds and began to cast around to see how he could best get out of it Then a bright idwi struck him Kp mamma the poor little mother bird got killed l11detdiiud how did she get killed Yell you see mamma was the childs master stroke the poor little mother bird lit on a rotten limb laid the limb broke with her Louisville Herald t BECKHAMIiFLOUNDERED I I WithoutManuscript vl11eIMadisonville Ky Aug ISGov ernor Beckham made the second speechof his camaign here to an audience t of about 1000 more than two thirds of whom were women and I children He spoke or attempted to speak upon the same lines as he didat Lexington but he didnt have his manuscript before him and he floundered badly The speech did not sound anything like as well as the Lexington speech read and he manifestly injured himself by com ing here and attempting to deliver it He would have done better if he had simply mailed the speech to the voters There was little enthusiam and his best friends are privately admitting tonight that he injured himself bI coming here- Hopkins county is evidently two or three to one in favor of McCreary Hays has a similar lead over Hager 04 C 1 XA Ban theltt IM Yen Nan Urals BoujjS Blgaattra Y d t ESCAPED FROM TIGHT PLACE Villainy Traced Home Could Not Jar Inventive Man Playing Senti mental Lover The young man had ridden all the way over from his place four miles away to see the girl It was u beautiful moonlight night and together they puttied the walks of the rose garden and leaned over the bushes freighted with gorgeous blossoms The ruse has always been my favorite flower said the man sentimentally but if you were to give me ono I should 1tIIic forever and forever as a me miiito of an American beauty I once esteemed The girl was not sentimental fOlIthem I will give you a whole t bunch she so idIKrhalls your sister would like to have some to decorate the table for tIll din iner partv she is giving toiimr rowMy sister will never lay a linger Oil any flower you give me said the yoiiug man still senti mentally The girl smiled but she cut a large bunch of pink buds and full grown red blossoms and tied them about to hold them to gether more securely with a hit of ribbon from her gown stud gave them to the 1111111 just as he was rifling away on his black charger He received them with enthus iasm vowed they should never be touched by anyone hut himself should be pressed and preserved and rode away The next morning the girl went out with some friends to lake a walk They chose the rued along which the ulna had ridden till night before ail there half a mile front the house lying by the roadside was a bunch of with ered roses lull buds tied with a pale blur ribbon The girl recog nized them and smiled to herself She took the faded boquet home with her for future uses and the next time the man came to see her and grew sentimental she produced it confronted him j with his villainy lulu watched to see him overcome with his 1111 bin rassment Hut did the hurdi ened villain turn a hair Not he j Instead he took the lowers from her and looked mournful that lit I should have been unjustly HHS I jHcted of having thrown away a trciHurcd tIItlIIentoITell you how it was said he i li IB 1 rode along they were blown from my hand and though I j rode hook slid forth over that road almost all night searching ht1II1IIIwas so I with leis inventive powers and i selfpossession that she let him hold her hand IAyerlPillsThousands of Acres price I I Lands of the and Arkansas line via MEMPHIS r tn4 Irtt rec r ExouleDIo echmaps pamphlti RTO limBErS eniUstPasstssL UOUTlULa I I MPP SCIATICA and rldi the blood and acids which of the e dlteaxa affords almost In while a permanent by purlfjlni the poisonous sub from the system LAND a T In mr rwMOM u l 1 =sad all cvMnltkt pktiiouu kit l nmt obtJDIoI from bUImrU1dlmn with Rbeumattm or any kin for a trial bottle It ycunelf used any length of a drill bablk opium cocaine other almllar IDO Dane 1tnqIou MREMnUAlY lire CklMc s Salve Sores REVIVO VITAUTY Made a win Man of Hi RIDMIOIDYIn 30 days It acts wben ntherafall lost manhood and youthful Vigor by end re L Vitality Keiual Memory I of selfnbuno or wblch unfit ono for It not only cures dlteane but la a great pale ballilrr It Wards InlllllllI In vest orlx for ouOU to oil who wl WeI free Addre Bide Chicago ViiiianiK iuii I If pills ThatI They cure blllousncssI I DYEa0rtaaabsww irC + a IA i flITTERSSTOMACH I BacKache Dizziness Medicine for these dl LIVER 6 Kache Malart eta earn SOc Guaranteed FEQ1111AE61sl ilL e C UIUlNTT U HtllTH BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW IUIUtUICIISJ 1WIlliirarticrtliFlriiriifiiialuiiln nil thicourtx IIhIIlirlrritr Inlleftliiniinnd Irnrtlie iilcrlrii Innlntnl Itmil Kutiil lnw S wtnltli Oitlrilcl- lllULIIMN llUlllllllg f FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law HAicrtoiti UY wIIIpnttu his irtiiwlun In Ohio Mill nu Joining nHintjr and In thuutt of lpprslr CrlmltiHl IriKlliv Mini rnllrrlliiiii u iwtlnltj- OfflrHn I In llrrilil Illlllillnit t CHAS M CROWE LAWYER HAKTFOHM Kv- u11prcbhiprofrlob In Nil th courtf Ohio and mlJnliiiiiK roiiiillmiinil In titafApwnl 5prclalarnpnnxlrrnqrrlmlanlf IIrIu WILSONI s KY O6lnrnnay I R K WEDDING Attorney at Law HAKTroni KY IIItl11lItr umrTrreMnCnalralek i d H it i JIIVIIIN KIIMSI voniiw AII ilEA VRIN WOODWARD cr fcO c cII lkT1rNn Kv tortrIn l n l lnn cIlrIlllrrueloo =co YANCY L MOSLFY All0UN BY AT LAW Ilart6t gnlncL Will irnrtlrrliU profiMlou hiiilltli Unroof Xiliinmlmljolnliitf rwnllnmul In Ihruarf ilAupl HU 11Notnrriuhlr- Omrrotrr rht Nnllonnl hunk 11 IL IIUlNi K A AMIKKHdX BARN ANDERSON Attorneys anj Counselors at Law IIAIITrOKII HV- Thn nudrutanrl nnnoanra tbnt llirr horn- tonuwlnpnrtnerhlpforthi prartlcroflal- nnllrlUrttntnodlrlrrsllith udlawnull liliof Main Hlrrrtoiioi Court Hi nr Hart furl Kv Ulrllllnor Tillnn1 llll Mtlon nf tnlllilt Thlra III limo OlHlc alll he gird r n nltrntliin Nnliirv In oltlivV II II MINKS S AXIiilSOX KILL THE QPCWAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Bisgtjvery PrleoFOR100 Free Trial Surest and Quickest Curo for all TROUBLES PATENTS rrbrrrptbIrel IeuP111crbloeIC IN ALL coUNTBie 11IExdut1rtlrWrgOu geatk itmt nr VnB4puUi Mat 0iWASH O c GASNOW DUG 1 RIVrR- TELEPHONE COMPANY INlUIYIaaTk01 The Rongh River Telephone Co operatedbyreasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is being constantly ex tended are as follows for 5 minute conversation 15 miles 10 cts1Amiles 15 cts 45 miles 20 cts c ti J W OBANNON Mgr Beaver Dam Ky 4 i r ltk r +t ++++ rfi++++fi++ea ++++++4 +4 +++++ F ++tfii++ t t BANK OF HARTFORD A INCOlloO + rA11C1 Itltl2 4000000IStockholders Addll Liability 4000000 + Securety to Depositors 9200000 I J W FORD President JOHN T MOORE Cashier tH P TAYLOR V Prest It HOLBROOK AFst Cashier J W FollD + 11 P TumJoHOLRit00BD1etor3 mJNO y I MFi 4t+++ Mfh ++bfittl itiEi + 44 4d Fitt b F4rFf4 + wi 4 FIRST NATIONALBANK 1 Oi Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This Is your lInk Come i- nDIRECTORS GARS LiKENs AIVIN RowE BUnCH FKLIX JIM POIK STEvENs WAYNR GIUKPIN r BUCK BIRKHEAD PROPRIETORS tI n Hartford and Beaver Dam Transfer AND PRRIGHT LINE U Moots all trains Al- soGeneral Liverymen t Best of attention givon IIItlIul k New stalilo Main ij n street Hartford Ky N a BUSINESS COLLEGES ARE FAILURES XKTAJTZ BTmATTOir XoutertttOtr THE is to do I s Now when this weather just i makes one dream of the cool and delightful retreats of the Adiron the Thousand Islands of the St Lawrence The thousand lakes and streams of Michigan Canada and the north one can roam with fishing rod along shady forest streams and wing the line out over the deep pools Or paddle through quiet waters withonly the music of the forest or the ripple of the water to break the deep quiet of the solitude j Now is the time to consult your 1 nearest Big Four Agent as to routes rates and information regarding your vacation trip Four cents in stamps will bring our Worlds H J RHEIN G P A 1 Cincinnati 0 The Big Four the road with the i service I I I in smea cities and towns Dtctuic I There Is not a tufflclant population ta support a 0 00 D school r I Such tchooU ire usuall conducted by person who an NOT quallflh er who make II a prCtlce totrovel about and dt Irsud their patrons rt So Then are few K any opport nkl sfor plormenllnIo a The craduttM of bu lntf collet In MnalldtUf oftown can not secure employ menllallUra dll when thrown I n compe tition wkh Iha THOROUGH gradual of hlhoUii school i 01 butln mea haft no ea monyforII JlUtDTM OOLUMB II REPUBLICAN prepared hltlrginla Now the Time dacksOf westWhere PlaygroudI Agti ateonat IncompetentThertlorbwl 5 TINKERING WITH TARIFF Enemies of Protection Slope That Sectional Discontent Will Break Down the System Finding nothing else to combat when they take up the coming polit- Ical campaign the Democrats are likely to make the proposition to tinker with the Tariff the main issue They already have fond hopes of victory in Massachusetts where the shoe manufacturers want a lower Tariff on hides so that they may buy leather cheaper the American pack ing concerns having so cornered the hide market that the tanners cannot obtain supplies to carry out their contracts without putting up the price of their products In some localities in the Eastern States there is a popular demand for a readjustment of the Tariff rates on articles which are shut out now and cannot be imported in competi tion with American materials but in every conspicous instance the demand- Is local and affects only a small num bet of people The American Tariff is for the Protection of the entire American peoplethe people as a whole not the people of particular localities Were this not the case the Tariff would be unfair and unjust In adjusting rates the several localities to I I be affected for good or evil were given respectful consideration but the good of the whole nation was the criterion for the final scale No other basis or consideration for an equitable Tariff could be adopted The Constitution of the United States and the constitutions of the several States prohibit class legisla I tion or favors to special localities Anything which affects one locality more than another is not chargeable to favoritism or unfairness but is the good fortune or misfortune of that particular locality under the operation of a law general and broad in its scope and intended to be free of discrimination in its effect The attempt to make the com plaints of people of particular local tics against the Tariff schedules a matter of national interest will be in I line with the long established policy of the Democratic party to draw portionlofI renting national propositions in com bating tHe opposite party I The unexampled prosperity of the past twelve years is due to the Pro tection given by the statesmen of the Raputlican party to domestic indus tries Any departure from that pol icy will be a break in the wall of de fence behind which American labor and capital have fought foreign invasions Tinkering with the Tariff will be like letting little streams trickle through great dike till they wear the way for a larger flow and finally destroy the whole barrier safeIwallJ Protection the American people are building up industries and develop I ing material wealth at a rate never dreame1 of by the oldtime Bourbon statesmen whose war cry always was FreeTrade and cheap labor Good wages to the workmen and a fair profit to the capitalist make the wheels of industry go round smoothly and constantly and both the wage of the workman and the profit of the capitalist depend upon keeping the gates closed to the products of cheap labor abroad and the incoming cheap stuff from the overcrowded mark I ets of other nations This policy may make prices higher in this coun try to the consumer but it gives the consumer the same relatively high price for what he produces and thus evens up the scale anti keeps the wheels of industry and the marts of commerce going There is something doing under a Protective Tariff and thats what makes a hap py people Closed factories half tilled farms rusting railroads dila pidated cities and towns may be at tractive to Bourbn Democracy but the aggressive Republicans of this county want to see something going on all the time They are the apostles of industry and activity not the advocates of FreeTrade and plenty of leisure Boonville Mo Repub lican e Deafness Cannot Be 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 squrjd or imperfect hearing apd when it ie entirely closed Deafness is the re suIt and unless the inflammation can be taken out tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten 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 eared by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for cir culars freeF J CHENEY Toledo 0 Sold by all druggists 73c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation e 6 TO CIIICAGO ANn RETURN Big Four Route Trains leaves Louisville 7th StI depot Saturday August 25th at 8 mReturning trains Monday August 27th j Get tickets and sleeping car berths at City Ticket office 3n4t Ave and at i depotS J GATES Gen Agt I croonZ6 YSIBag hwa 5 scof5Yiv TO STOP POSTAL ABUSE Postofffce Department Investigating Subscription Lists A vigerous campaign is now being conductod by the postoffice depart ment against publications enjoying the one cent a pound postage rate in violation of the law This campaign is being made with a view of wip ing out the deficit in postal receipts which last year amounted to more than 11000000 and for which it is charged these publications are largely responsible The admitting of magazines and other publications to the low rate of postage requires that each must haveI a bona fide supscription list and t the subscription must be paid for in cash by the subscriber or some friend The department has obtain ed possession of the subscription lists of many of these publications and it is sending out thousands o communications asking those toI whom these publications are mailed whether they or their friends paid for tho subscriptions Many responses have already received and a large beenI that the papers in question are be- Ing mailed without having been anIswersin the hands of the department the managers of the publication are summonedand asked to show caus why they should not be deprived o the privilege of mailing their publi cations at the one cent a poundrate When unable to furnish a satisfactory reason they are then denied the privilege and to continue their bus inoss must pay 8 cents a pound In his last annual report Postmaster General Cortelyou said that it cost the government from 5 to 6 cents a pound to handle mail matte- of all classes During the last fisca- year the total weight carried at 1 cent a pound and free was 663107 128 pounds If it cost the govern ment 5 centsia pound to handle this matter it will be seen the amount paid out was 3315535640 The actual revenue was 618664754 The situation now and for sometime past says the Postmaster Gen eral with regard to the publishers of bona fide newspapers and period icals and the public itself is wholly different from that at the time the law was enacted The joint committee of congress which is to revise the law will hold a hearing at the Holland House in New York on Oct INew York Tribune A word of truth in a few words Nearl all other cough cures are constipating especially those containing opiates Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar moves the bowels Contains no opiates You ca get it at Z Wayne Griffin Bro Guns Will Always be Nedeed Hudson Maxim the inventor o smokeless powder speaking to a representative of the Washington Post said There will be need of guns just so long as there is a man left to covet the property of another man We may have peace conferences and talk of disarming the world but there will be strife and battles until the earth has grow cold and the sun has gone out Not until then will the rivers of blood run dry Yet the basis of war has shifted Battles are now fought in an area about twenty times as great as those in ancient time For in stance 300000 were sljiin when Attila was submerged in the battln of the Marine The slaughter in warfarei is not now nearly so great as War is no longer a question of conjcentration of forces and close ing but of wealth of science science Smokeless powder woundsI more men and strikes more a g distance In ancient times live were spent in war now wealth is spent Then all abledbodied men went to war now nine out of every makeImoney difficultIideals we there maybe less of the corruption that war brings i History of the Dime That neat and lovable little coin the dime has had a most useful his tory As far as we are aware it is unique tm ng the worlds coins having no nearer equivalent than the EngHshsix pence which is worth STRONG Again It what Mrs Lucy- StovallotTiltcaGa sold after taldn Kodol Dyspsps- Cure Hundreds I of otberwuk Women are reII e t may wen If you will tab it- h Indigestloncau e U nearly all the sick nest that women i have It deprives the system of nourtlh ment and the delicate organs to women euffer weaken and t diseased I Kodol Dyspepsia Cure orpnafsome food that may be eaten It nourisbe g the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cutsI indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour rfsingsbelchingbeartbumandalltoinach disorders Digests What You EatI DellawItltatltsti heytne ae tae Lab tlBM ft t Mfttk M tae er4Ury IIaj Wltl swat n M et sits aoeouo w1aL Hold by Z WAYNE UKIfFIN thfe small as a silver piece can convent ently be Being less in size and weight than the nickel which is worth only half as much it is vastly more convenient to keep and hoard and that is one reason why it is be coming extraordinarily scarce in spite of the fact that more dimes are now turned out of the mints thecountrysIbanks and some of these mechani cal contrivances are so pretty so ingenious and so alluring that they I force people to save dimes who have no earthly occasion to do soNew i York Mail SHERIFFS SALE By virtue of execution No 40 di rected tome which issued from the Clerks office of the Ohio Circus- Court in favor of S A Anderso- Admr against John A St Clair and M L Heavrin- e or one of my deputies wiIJon Monday the 3rd day of September 190G between the hours of on oclock p m and three oclock p m at the Court house door in Hartford Ohio county Kentucky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satis interestaand cost towit A tract or parcel of land lying in andnear Centertown Ohio County- f Kentucky on the West side of Mill Street being the Northern part of two lots of ground conveyed to R neer Bros by A L Rowe etc b deed of record in the Ohio Count Clerks office Deed Book 19 pag 488 and book 24 page 18 and bound ed as follows Beginnning at a stone on the West Wn20 poles and 31 links to a stone a the West side of said street N88 W16 poles and 17 links to tone thence S 2 W 20 poles and 31 links to a stone thence S88 E 16 poles and 17 links to the beginning containing 2 acres more or less the property conveyed to J W Chan cellos by L E and C K Reneer o Injupon which property a Mill house flouer mill boiler and engine and a ritualsall of which is levied upon as the property of J A St Clair by upon said property and tacking a written notice of the levy herein upon the mill dolor and also by leav ing a written notice of the said levy StrClair he being absent from the State- i TERMSSale will be made on credit of three months bond with approved security required bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale an 1 having the force and effect of a sale bond Witnessed my hand this 21 wiry of I July 1906 R B MARTIN S 0 C I Cumbelani I TELEPHONEI lucres nothing the matter with CamberLplace ol business My business huIncreased and my wifes voice Is never heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours or good service and gentlemanly competition TsJw MORGAN Mgr IOlI tQi11TTOh- io e County D1II01l0AllorneyDarrnen Clerk Irnnk I Fells hater Com DeOmA llratcher L I Crowiler E II Megan flraat 1ollnrd 4VCoartronTeneiillrit Mnday In Starch and August and continue thn weeknand tblrd Monday In My cad NoTmUr two peek County CoartW It Taylor Judge WII hartfordmonth Quarterly Court Begin on the third Monday la January April JulyandOctober Court of Claim Convene Slit Monday la Jan nary Tneeday alter econd Monday In October SbnnIIAlienCoroner pjNSeptember 2l Urcember rI 3SIWSDean DoudURrch 77 JnnCtt Sep teinber S6 December WR Edge FordiTlllo March SJ Jan teSeptember Itavui ber M 28SeptemberHerbert lIend r Centertovn March 80 JailSJ September Uecember 30 WSeptembersHavrtforA Fcllco Court AttOrDeltenea second Monday In eocbniontb- S5 llelovia C rvic M E Church SoutbSerrtCM third Sunday each month nlllamand 7pmsod neon PreyrmeedagererTWdaaedeyreoing nigheand fourth Sunday and Sunday night Irayir meeting every Thursday evening Rev A B Osrduerpaetor C P Church8etrlree Bret Sunday In each mouth at llamandTpm Rev 3Dnuned paAlor School Truttee Hartford CMCrov J 8 nIendlelonCltyCouncllU II William Mayor CM Crowe Clerk It E It Blmmerman Dr E B renilfton A II White Wm Fair Win Dean Dr J W T ylor t9crtsoaiait FridayIIHartford Lodge No 878 F It A Muon flri Monday night la each month Hartford Tent 01I Knight of the Msec a bees every Thunday night Hough Hirer Lodge No 110 Knlghtiof Py this meeGereryTaeedaynlgbtQ 40 A It boU rtg nlrmetlngSatirdybelorlrtSnndayln rk + mouth 4 Southern Raiway Shortest and Fastest Lines Nleolvl LonisvilleDanville and Lexington TU WestQthrough solid from Danville to St Louis without change with connec ting cars from Lexington as follows mtmemap m Vestibuled coaches and Observation Cafe Car Lve Lexington 500 p m Lve Danville 445 p m mn 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 SktI and Toxaway country Send 2 cent stamp for Land of the illustratedaW G MORGAN D T- Lexington Ky H C KING G P T A 111 East MainLexingtonKy J F LOGAN T P A Kya234 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 REPUBLICAN e I I i T1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 24 GRANT OAK TO BE PRESERVED Tree Beneath Which Commission as Brigadier General Was Received One of Missouris historic spots a private park at Ironton 88 miles south of St Louis con taming the giant oak tree under which Ulysses S Grant stood when he received his commission as a brigadier general and the spring from which he slaked his thirst during his encampment there was sold by a circuit court auctioneer a few days ago at the door of the Iron county court houseThe tract of eight acres known locally as Emerson park was knocked down to Dr W J Smith of fronton for 7000 It is understood that Dr Smith was bidding in the interest of an Ironton syndicate which has ac quired the place with the object of improving it and selling it to the United States government if possible for a national park Emerson park is famous for its possession of the Grant oak This tree is to Missouri what the Washington elm is to Cam bridge Mass 01 the Charter oak IIUlifOldlConnyears that have elapsed since Grant nude his headquarters at the spot the tree ed by thousands of St Louisuus many of whom have sojourned in Arcadia half a mile to the south for the sunnier rest and recrea tion and by ninny tourists from faraway points The Grant oak fs one of the first objects pointed out to the visitor in the Arcadia valley It stands almost in the center of the valley and is a rugged and towering giant apparently capa ble of withstanding the storms of many more winters This tree it is said by old resi dents of Ironton was almost as large in war time as at present About four feet from its base is a splendid spring one of those never failing sources of pure war ter supply for which the Ozark country is noted In 1S01 this vicinity was practically an open field though there was a large log house not far away contain ing several roomsSt Louis Re public AUTOS TO MATCH HAIR The New York girls latest idea in automobiles is to have hers painted to match or to set off her hair A superb car that focused all eyes on Fifth avenue a few days ago was painted a rich mahog any brown and the chief occu pant of the tonneau was a young woman with a mass of red hair of a shade that illuminated the avenue She was dressed in brown the chauffeur wore a brown uniform and by the ladys side sat a superb Boston bull ter Tier done in shining shades of brown Obviously said an observant bachelor scarlet or green could not be so wcllIcarried out but yellow might be- gaspedYes his companion with a yellow pup WORLDS FOR EXPLORERS Notwithstanding the rapid advance of exploration in various parts of the globe a recent s tit mate by a member of the Amor icon Geographical society shows that no less than 20000000 square miles of the earths sur face yet remains unexplored I The largest unexplored area is in Africa i00000 j but even North America cOlltalnsl 1500000 square uncles tllrltOl It is to tlmeslIIHof the pioneer in North America i as in South America WINDFALL FOR RUINED MAN In the newspapers of Russia and other countries there recent ly ran a peran1iill advertise I anent beseeching a Count Monte oiiioli to declare himself At last an accident brought him to light III Siberia where the count was noting as railway guard Broken by wildness and extrava fiance he had to quit the Aus t trian Jiary and Bw Oolng from bad to worse v lad taken the lowest rank on Utr Siberian rail way It WM now Us lot to learn that his ancle IIttrit of llis house had died and left fiiini enormous estates and SLCWflOO a year PERFECT LaVER Mrs Carrie Chan Catt the famous womans ruts leader said of an nntactfidt motion at a womans dub This motion in KJF delicacy re minds me of a Itipro man The man got married1 and aft er he had been carried several years his wife xato him one nightYon do not ppoaK as affec tionately to me us you used to link I fear jon have ceased to love me Ceased to lore Jon T prowled the man There jgu go again Ceased to love yon Why I love you more than life itself Now shut up and let BK wad the pa per REAL UAPPtNESS The happiest man IB the world so says the Swfctouter Tele phone is the connwoni everyday chap who makes him own living pays his own lima Ban a little money as he gws along but doesnt strive to prt v corner on the local output ud is a slave neither to amliitwn ttt society lie loves Ids God say his fellow roan thinks than its ao place like home the Liven of rest never has to sit up at night to poultice his conrr icer believes in the doctrine ud five and let live The plain EBJD is happy be cause he is satisfi i and does not spend the best of IUF life yearn- Ing for things lore sizes too large for him- CHEMISTRY FOR GIRLS In the town of Ifesaan a school for the purpose ifl training girls in chemistry cmio ted with the sugar refining Industry was opened some turn ago and huts answered so wet bat similar training schools rcnnected with soap factories pasr works and other industries requiring thor ough laboratory tnihrnr are now being organized The young luitiK in question are all girls of tlH Zutter stations in life and all wlur entered as original pupils in fie first school have passed their atceut exam inations so satisfactorily as to have found posts at once FREAKS OF MEMORY COMMON One of the cwirmtmest freaks of the brain is tics the memory will be cxtrl retentive in some things anal ratirely defec tive in others One great Antnicati physician recovering from ii severe illness found that he Lori ntirely lost the power to sprafe 6r write prop er names or any role tnntive but his memory supjtltfif rum with ad jectives readily He overcame his difficulty by iJfsfgnnting anyone of whom he wished to speak by railing him lir Iris size the color of his hair ryes or by his physical peculinrJias UNREASONABLE WOMAN All woman is unreasonable truly remarked Janes There is no Iirirg creature so unreasonable us a woman My wife and I talked aver affairs one day and agreed that wo must both economize Yes my dear TTC must both economize both J raid to her All right Jote she replied You shave yourself fwd Ill cut your hair CLOUDSHOOTING Cloud sliootiug L becoming practlrl tries The objVrt rt this atmos dlRJlelt1lreatlncd recent form of gnu us u funnel shaped barrel of iron with a broad muzzle so Staff the din charge shall be cJiVcihntod over as large a spare us possible The effect of the dinclmrge is to cre ate a small but pwerful whirlwind which It w found dis perses clouds that would other wise descend in liaiL So strong is the gust of wind treat upward that it sometimes Kills or dis ables birds flriup at great heights ovcrhrai MEXICAN PEARLS IN DEMAND Gems from the Gulf of California Art Eagerly Sought Tor In Worlds Markets Jewelers are learning to real peaIllandfishing is proving very remunera the Adrian Cornejo a promi nent jH nrl Usher of lower Cali fornia says that the pearl fishers all along the coast of the gulf are doing an excellent lousiness this year In this part of Mexico there is more variety in the color of the pearls found than in any other part of the world The colors include black grayred hlulllh green and yellow Mexi ran ixurls are rapidly gaining a good reputation in the markets of the world In Paris which ia the critter of the pearl trade there are no pearls more in faint than those from Mexico There is now about as much prospecting inn jnarls in the nulti of California as there is hunting for mimvt throughout the interior of Mexico nod the entire gulf coast is closely inspected by pearl ftshers or prospectors The best pearls are to be found in the lint tom of the poarl beds For this season old beds that were saute time ago Htippnsed to have been worked out have lately been raked over sometimes with ex cellent results One of the linest gray pearls ever found was dis entered in one of these deserted beds Among the most valuable pearls to be found in the Gulf of California are those of a reddish color hut these are discovered only occasionally They have nn exquisite luster and many of then lure large and of the most perfect shape- Australia tins taken steps to protect her jHarl fisheries for British seekers The report on British New Guinea just pub lisped by the commonwealth of Australia contains an ani nd ment to the law relating to pearl shell and beche de toes lisp eries under which no ship or boat is to be licensed to fish for pearls of beclie de titer unless owned by natural born British subjects naturalized subjects denizens of British New iiiinea or of Australia and bodi s cor 1+ orate established under the laws of some parts of tilt British dominions This is said to be an act of retaliation in view of the German regulations regarding Samoa When Is a Mnn Dead Flnresco elnims to have brought back life to dogs whose hearts have stopped ftrom 25 to 40 minutes lie applies dice trades directly to the heart either on the outside or by needles to the inside of the ven tricles Danilewsky has started heart heats in a rabbit Ll hours after death and in the auricles three days after death This he accomplished by pelfusion of tilt heart by Lockes solution Inv hibition of this heart action can be brought about by ap plying electrodes at the root of the aorta Locke and Rosenheini jKMfusod a heart that had hen hanging in the lahorU tory for live days since its rvniov al from the rabbits body and caused it to give beats of consid crumble magnitude Howell of fromthispressonce pounds in the wart tissue and that Ytigus impulses act indirectly by increasing the amount of potassium compounds of this character From the physiological stand theIforced to take up again the work that it has laid down North American Journal of nomtfeo pat by Concerning Tastes Theres no accounting for tastes Now non is good for some folks blood remarked the worm as the angler stuck the williIa was simply car dried away witli it I A Separation BlIIDo you believe in separ sting tbo chart from the wheat Jill Sure thins Thats whv Im trying to separate Cholllo from his money d 1 REMARKS BY PARSON TWINE Hed Have Engaged Couple Cut Out Kissing Until After Marriage I bellpve there are seven com monly accepted wonders of the world To me there in an eighth parbenspstunt sources of wonder to me titel111lIpIrtBut these good qualities have been turned against then by a false social system and the effect of all I will have to say is that women might increase their pow er for good and usefulness by rev funning certain habits which bring them much unnecessary trouble I refer to an American custom which confounds political liberty with social license to a habit nl most universal in the Unite States permitting familiarities between young jwople because of alI we not one en gagement in live becomes a near riage By familiarities I mean no more than is sanctioned by nine mothers out of ten when their daughters are engaged The theory of our system of engage meats is well enough but there is n practical side which causes- a great deal of mischief Wo nuke a great dent of the word freedom in this country Admitting that a woman has aright to be fondled by half a dozen different then is it not an uncomfortable right Must it not be mortifying for a woman to meet those moo after love has been succeeded by hate realizing that she has told them her Her crets and shown them all till weakness of her nature Would not a stricter social code be bet ter for the woman I believe it would The strongest objection to the present custom is that it besmirches women and cannot possibly do them any goodAt chison Globe i ALL TURN AGAINST CHRISTIAN Dr n Martyn Clark in the Christian Patriot writes on the dilllculties of British Indian converts Ho remarks A worker in brass let us say has become a Christian All the springs of the trade all the wealth ami standing of it are against him The mighty power of the members of the craft down to the smallest child grinds him hard through every relation of life There is but ono will and purpose through the hundreds of thousands of his people His touch is defilement his presence a curse He has left the religion of his fathers He is an abomination Then the rest of the world is leagued against him In hating the Christian men of dilTorent faith find n strong bond of union- SELFESTEEM Would you call Offenbcrg a conceited man- Conceited 1 Why when Of fenberg has a headache he thinks its throbs are registered on the seismographs in JapanLife HER LOGIC The Parson Do you think young ladies who go to dances are right The IngenueOf course those that dont are usually left arent they A VARIABLE ITEM How much will it cost me to go abroad Well answered the steam ship agent that depends on whether you play cards on the bout or not NO TIME TO BE LOST Why dont you propose if you love her She hasnt known me long enoughGreat Scott mon propose at once then Dont take any chances RELIEVED- In time said the doctor this trouble may affect your mindOh she replied with a sigh of relief I was afraid you might say it would ruin my complex- Ion J Old Tried True- NATIONAL 1 LIFE INSURANCE 0 OF VERMONT = = c = 0 Fiftysix and onehalf years of honest con servative successful Management has made this one of the must honored and trusted com panies in Americatho lowest combine11eatht and Expensu Into of any Company of equal age Unexcelled strength of assets guaran tees our stability ===zTalk it over witH us BARNETT SMITH Hartford Republican Office Tabooed Knicker I wonder why Diplomat icus was so unpopular with the Czar Docker Well he had a breezy way of referring to Russian court functions as a blbwouts WASHINGTON Aug 18School began here last Monday under the management of Prof Ronday Wade Mr McMurry and family visited the family of MrJ H Travis Sat urday night and Sunday Rev Calvert failed to fill his ap pointment here last Sunday He was at the bedside of his daughter who has typhoid fever Mr Brack Rllwe and fumilIIf Centertown visited the family of Mr Tom Troglen Saturday night Born to the wife of Mr Willie Park the 12th a fine girl Aunt Mary Ann Hicks has the ty- Phoid fever AIr J H Travis and Rev Sapp attended the County A S of E Meeting at Hartford Wednesday Mr Mack SkagRS of Edmonson county visited his fatherinlaw Mr Tom Smith from Thursday to Mon dayMrs Minnie Casteel visited her sister Mrs Lizzy Nicholson of Bu ford this week Mr Emmitt Tyro of East Hart ford was the guest at Mr John Cas teels Sunday Little Earnest Newcomb in better Mrs J H Travis visited her mother Mrs Mollie Newcomb Wed nesdaySunday school at this place is prog ressing nicely Mrs Cassie Newcomb spent Sun day with Mrs Tom Smith Mr J H Travis and family went to Owensboro yesterday to attend the Chautauqua A Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN RENDER Aug 21Jno II Barrass was in Central City last Wednesday W J Sloan was in Leitchfield last ThursdayMessrs Otha Miller and Nicholas Barrass Jr Taylor Mines were here last Thursday I Moses Herrel of Wysox was here last Thursday Sam James Sr was In Hartford last Friday J H Brown Central City was here Friday Chas Robison Taylor Mines was here last Saturday Mrs F E Harris went to Cleaton last Saturday to spend a few days with friends and relatives Simon Jones went to Louisville last Sunday to attend the funeral of Spalding Coleman who died suddenly last Friday of heart trouble in the city Hall Mr Coleman was Secre tary and treasurer for the C C I Co also a member of the of the Board of Public work of Louisville DeWitt Williams was in Owensboro last Sunday G B Roll was in Central City last SundayH Myres left for Denver Colo yesterdayL moved from here to Evansville today W H Minor Central City was here today- S B Gray and E H Massie Lou isville were here today TAYLOR MINES Aug 21Dr R H Miller and wife returned to their home in Ro chester yesterday after a few days Great Opportunity One ParePlus 200 To NEW YORKAND RETURN VIA Big Four LSMSand NYCHRRya Through tho beautiful Mohnwk Valley down the Hudson River and into the Heart of the City in time Hotel Theatrical and Business Dill tricts Connection can be made at Depot with Subway Elevated and Surface Cars to all points in the city Dates of sale August 28 and 29 1905 with liberal return limit For full information apply to near I est Big Four agent or address H J RliKlN G P A- Cincinnati 0 J GATKS General Agent i Louisville Ky visit here Miss Beune Dorr Hopkinsville is the guest of her aunt Mrs B P Fisher i Juries Hudson and John Smith- left yesterday for Rose Faren Ohio Nicholas Barrass left Thursday for Indianapolis Ind I Mrs Thurman Taylor and little son Salem of Prentis are the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs S Ba ker this week I Mrs Robt Plummer and daugh MilsII town Monday I Mr and Mrs Jo McKenney were MorganjI ISheraffs Sale 37 directed from the ClerksI Office of the Ohio Circuit Court in favor of J W Henry against Isaac Shown I or one of my Deputies will on Monday the 3rd day of Sep tember 1906 between the hours of oclockII county Kentucky expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt 5550 in terest and costs towit Beginning at G J Mitchells corner in a N direction with Maples line and R P Carters line to Crabtrees corner in Duvall line thence N E with said line to Sullengers mill road to a corner where said road makes another turn and leaving said road there at that point running up the branch on the Coal Bank Roadns it is called in the same course to a corner thence N E to the corner of 0 R Tinsley in the Alexander Barnett line thence S with Tinsleys to the cor I ner of T C Stratton thence W I with Strattons line and with containingfupon as the property of Isaac Showan Terms Sale will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved security bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of a sale bond Witness my hand this 1st day of 1996I B MARTIN S 0 C D S