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Midfbw i i p t tPj w tJtI aY Fine Job Work a fpecialtyoIF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year IVOL XIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 31 1906 No 7 Iu COMPANY H Returns From Henderson En i campment Boys Acquitted Themselves With HonorThe Experience Will Do Them Good The members of Company H Kentucky Dational Guard returned from the Henderson encampment early yesterday morning having ex perienced an nil night railroad trip The boys were a little worn and sleepy but still full of ginger and game to the core The trip has been a great benefit to the boys in giving them a good idea of soldier life and thorough instruction in all details of the camp as well as the minutiae of drill Although new and untr ltIour regImcntwas on all sides for its perfect work and manly soldierly bearing of the boys whenever called upon for any duty by the superior officers At target practice without nny experience whatever with the guns used the members of Company Hall mtrile high scores and it is freely predicted that with some practice the regimental medal would have been captured Private Owen Ambrose with a score of 101 captured the Company medal and was the third highest OlIO during the en campment This will give him a trip to Seagirt next year to shoot at National range practice This will bu a fine trip for him with all his expenses paid and 2 per diem We are all proud of Company Hand expect great things of the boys the future masIIcotsapresented and will be carefully car ed for until next year Trip to the Mammoth Cave The boys who won the trip to the Mammoth Cave in our late popularity contest have been requested to meet in Hartford next Tuesday September 4 at 10 a m The trip will be made by boat from Cromwell Two dos will be spent at the Cave giving the boys plenty of time to go over both the long and short routes It is possible that several persons may take advantage of the oppor tunity to go thus increasing the party to nrobably fifteen or twenty The boys will be accompauied bone of TilE REPUBLICAN editors Hartford College News An examination will be held Sat urday morning September 1st for the purpose of classifying children Yho have recently moved into the district Those pupils who desire to try again for promotion may do so on that day All pupils for whom the examinations are intended must be present Saturday as teachers will be too busy to give such examina tions next week Pupils should bring their books encilsand tablets Patrons should remember that school opens next Monday and should see to it that their children enter the first day and attend regularly The Board of Education is having the building thoroughly scoured and cleaned the blackboards reslated and varnishing painting and car pentering done The new desks which were ordered J have been shipped and will be in stalled this week A large supply of maps globes and school apparatus has also been ordered and is expect ed to arrive soon A large number of nonresident pupils are expected to enter Hart ford College this fall Some stud ents have been in town this meek to engage board and make other ar rangementsA meeting of the faculty will be held at the college Saturday afternoon f Mrs L H Graywhqvhasbeen spending the summer her lu 11RGr tl M1HN US1fikLtitiu yq tives in Des Moins Iowa is expect ed to arrive home Friday or Satur day President N Grayhas been un tiring in his efforts for the successof the School and probably the largest number of outoftown students ev er enrolled at the beginning of the fall term will matriculate next Monday I The Fall Fall SessIonINormal School Kentucky will open on Tuesday morning September 01 1000 The following courses of study are offer ed Intermediate Teachers State Certificate State Diploma Scientific Classic Vocal and Instrumental Music Elocution Oratory and Physical training and Law The institution invites a close ex amination of the work it is doing It wil open its fall session with the largest body of students it has ever enjoyed at this season of the year Corresptndence solicited Your communication should be addressed to H Ih Cherry Bowling Green Kentucky David Igleheart Although it is customary for all men to speak favorably of a man after he is dead yet I feel there is a duty devolving upon each and everyone of us to hold in sacred memory the virtues and good deeds of those who pass from this world of turmoil into the peaceful beyond David B Igleheart departed this life August 22nd 1000 1 knew him in childhood boyhood and manhood and it thrills my soul when my mind drifts back to the days when we were playmates on a common play ground Many a day did we spend together on the playground of the district school and but little did we know of the cares and turmoils of matured manhood When I reflect it seems as yesterday that we were together either knocking persim mons gathering hickory nuts or basking ourselves in the mellowness of an autumnal sunlight As I said at first I knew David Igleheartrom childhood and I never knew him to commit a bad deed in school likewise in boyhood and young manhood he was truthful honest and upright a public spirited and generous hearted citizen May we emulate his example WATT TAYLOR Everybody attending the Fair igontitled to a chance to draw the 2500 IN GOLD See catalogue of Fair for par ticulars p ROXEY Aug 280111 school is progress ing nicely under the management of Mr Charlie Taylor Rev J D Harned failed to fill his regular appointment at Hickory church Sunday Miss Sopha Raley Select visited her cousin Miss Cliflie Daviess Sat urday night and Sunday Miss Dell Smith and sistersSelect visited at L A Sandefurs Sun dayMiss Lee Stevens visited lier par entsMr and Mrs C1I Stevens of Pinchicoe last Monday Rice Embra Oklahoma is visiting friends and relatives in this com munityHenry Miller and wife Horse Branch visited at Len Leachs Sun day Born to the wife of Jr D Taylor the 23rd a fine boy Mother and babe doing well Mrs S B Plummer whohos been sick for some time is slowly improv ingDrs Sim Taylor Joe Taylor and A F Stanley amputated one of Cecil Leachs legs last Friday He is doing as well as could be expected Born to the wife of Cercy Herrel the 25th a 11 pound boy The farmers halo commenced housing their tobacco Luther Leach Rob Roy is on tthe sick list v rtW tl1 d- Y LEG BROKEN i By Gasoline Engine While on a Pleasure Trip on Green River Livermore Ky Aug 27John- Libbert of Newburg Ind met with a very painful accident near this place this morning He with a party of gentlemen from Newburg was on their way home from a trip to Mammoth Cave on a small covered barge which was being towed by a gasoline yacht They tied up here last night This morning they started out early in order to get to Rum sey before the locks would be closed on account of being repaired Mr Libbert went to the back of the boat in order to remove some water that had accumulated from the rain and while standing near the line shaft his overalls were caught by the shaft and wound so tightly that his leg was badly crushed breaking both bones below the knee He was brought to the hotel and Drs Beard and Ford dressed the wounds One of the party will remain here with him until he can be removed to his homed John Storms Dropped Dead John B Storms aged sixtynine years of Falls of Rough died sud denly Tuesday morning of heart dis ease at the home of his daughter in Owensboro where he was visit ing Mr Storms went to Owens boro several days ago and was ap parently in good health until the at tack of heart disease came upon him He was affected with shrtbreathing before he arose and after getting out of bed and sitting down in a chair fell forward on the floor and diedalmost instantly His remains were taken to Falls of Rough Wednesday for burial Do Kentuckians Want It loulvlllc llrniM Do we of Kentuckynow so proud ly progressive and prosperous want a return to the evil days of the last era of Democratic misrule from 1893 to 1897 The late Senator Vest of Missouri speaking in the Senate May 25 1897 on the conditions pre vailing in the country under the pre vious Democratic administration made certain avowals which coming from a Democrat of his eminence are now deserving of reproduction We are on the eve of a contest in which Free Trade versus Protection is to be the issue No more con sistent and courageous Democrat in the Senate at that time than the chivalrous Vest of Missouri For himself and his Democratic collea gues he said We fully appreciate the desper ate condition of the country We know how many ruined homes how many broken hearts how many blasted hopes now surround the Congress of the United States and if prosperity can come from any source even from our political op popents we shall welcome it and not only welcome it but bless the moment in which it comes Whence the countrys desperate condition the ruined homes the broken hearts the blasted hopes surrounding Congress From the effort to rob the country of its pro tective tariff Did prosperity re turn at Republican call Undoubt edly and prosperity has here ever since made its abode Senator Vest added My State is a large agricultural Stateone of the largest in the Un ion In plY life now verging upon threw score years and ten I have never seen in that land of plenty such ruin and depression as exists todaySenator Date of Tennesseeanoth er gallant exConfederate and n leading Democrat declared July v 1897 There comes on the wind from every section of the country the will of an impoverished people Kentuckys own David Highbaugh SmtthonEbiarch11897 admitted Stagnation and depression rule withxdcspoticwayhVevery department Qt business life Able enter prising and cautious men have been swept into the vortex of hopeless and irretrievable insolvency Want and penury are visable in the faces of countless thousands who wonder up and down the streets of the great metropolitan cities in search of em ployment that cannot be had at any I price and in numberless homes erstwhile radiant with the glow of I success and contentment there is now the somber hues of discontentment and destitution Are the people of Kentucky will ing to reinvite want and penury to wander up and down their highways Do they desire to banish success and contentment that discontentment and destitution may overshadow numberless homes with their somber hues J The Moral Effect of Dancing Editors REPUBLICAN However much we may differ the leaders of all denominations both Catholic and Protestant agree that much harm comes from the modern dance Re cently The Central Methodist published a letter which Bishop William Stang of the Fall River Diocese of the Roman Catholic Churchordered read in the Roman Catholic churches of that diocese This letter sets forth many of the evileffects of dancing as DiihopI Stang views it In the letter the bishop says It is forbidden to have dancing on Saturday nights and Sundays Saturday dances lead to desecration nightI Lords day they have been a of misery and scandal in the past they must be stopped at one While calling the attention of YOQ people to the diocesan statute forbidding them you will denounce with apos tal freedom and zeal indiscriminate and lascivious dances so common in our days iThe world may sneer at such teachings and call our denunciations exaggerations and unreasonable ex action without solid foundation The silly girl sees no harm in going to dances until like the unwary butterfly that gets too near the flame she has the wing of her soul signed by the flame of impure love and her innocence has vanished forever leaving her the dark prospects of a ruined future if not an early garve of shame The fathers and doctors are un animous in branding the custom of dancing as an infectious sink of im purity and obsenity as the school of vice and the grave of innocence It is our duty to admonish the faithful how they sin not only against God but against society their families against themselves by taking part in these dances or countenancing them by their pres ence That this extract from Bishop Stangs letter shows the spirit and tendency of the modern dance there is not much room for doubt I am sorry to know that we have some in our town who seem to be captured by the desire to dance and that we even have a public hall where dancing is indulged innnd of ten till the late hours of night Parlor dancing is bad enough but the public ball where the public character of low grade is equal to the most pure is much worse The greatest harm of one possiblyis that it leads to the other I beg the par ents of this town not to risk the character of their daughters to the care of a custom that has destroyed its thousands To this scribe the late hours kept at this public place is not a redeeming feature To my mind midnight is a time when young people should be asleep under the home roof or some place of equal safety This public hall is also a rival of the churches young people often being attracted there when they should be worshiping God May the lord bless him who runs this hall with a better thing and deliver our young people from its dangers LbVEtt OF PURITY I A fine string of horses have been secured for tlio Fair Exciting TRCQB- Ir aje assured everf9day HJ IN POND RIVER Forest Vick of Owensboro Is Drowned While Bath ine Forest Vick seventeen years of age a son of Mr C M Vickof Owensboro was drowned in Pond river two and a half miles from Sacramento shortly afternoon Mon day Vick was with a surveying partyThe members of the party became hot and tired and decided to go in the river The recent rains caused the river to rise about ten feet and the current was very swift There were a number of logs in the water and the Vick boy and the other members of the party were riding on them Vick was seen to go around abend in the river and when he did not re turn the members of the party called to him They received no answer and at once became alarmed Sev eral of the men ran down the riverbank but found no trace of the boy It is supposed that he attempted to swim from the log to the shore and the current carried him under the water The body has not been re coveredVick was a newsboy on the 0 and N train for anumber of years and was popular NARROWSI sisterMrs Camp of Will Park Rev Frank Hartford Owensboro was here Tuesday Mr I A Dye and children of New Mexico are visiting relatives hereMrs Dr A B Riley who is visit ing her mother Mrs D LJohnson Livermore will return home Fri dayMiss Mabel Sharp visited friends at Fordsville the first of the week Prof Oscar Shultz returned to Lexington to go to school last week A F Bell and wife of Covington are visiting the family of Frank WilsonMiss Flora Haynes and brother Kellar visited their sister Mrs B C Petty the first of the week- J Pk Harl was in Owensboro Tues dayMrs E W Patterson of Rochester is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs F M Petty and Miss Dooma English of Louisville who have bc n the guests of Miss Magna lia Renfrow for several days return ed home Friday Mrs Lena Brown of Fordsville spent last week with Mrs Henry CarterMrs Ida Renfrow attended church at Oak Grove Sunday Mrs Delia Graham visited friends at Fordsville the first of the week A E Jennings and family Cen tral City are at Sulphur Springs- C A Crowe was at Hartford WednesdayLawrence Daniel has taken employment with the firm of F Ren frow Co The brick basement of the Equity Tobacco Warehouse has been com pleted and the frame work is being raised this week The Penrose Ark Lumber Com pany composed of John Renfrow A R Renfrow E G Kirby and Joe White left with their equipment for Penrose Ark Monday night They took a saw mill outfit eight head of horses and several hands with them Joe Hale Fletcher Hardison Harve Grant Frank Fielden Jesse Thomp son and Allie Graham were among those going The wives mothers sweethearts and friends about the depot to bid farewell to the de parting men formed an unusual night scene when the 810 p m train came in- Quisenberry Co of Fordsville who bought the H C Powers saw mill here loaded it on cars Wednes day for shipment to Hunter Ark U MATANZAS Aug29 David Igleheart died tit hIs home near this place last Wed nesday of typhoid fever He leaves a wife and one child besides a fath er mother one brother one sister and a host of relatives and friends to mourn their loss The funeral was held from the Baptist church here conducted by Rev L W Tich enor in the presence of a very large congregation after which his re familyburyingawait the resurrection The bereav ed have the sympathy of the entire communityMrs Patterson of Dallas Texas is visiting friends and rela tives here Miss Alba Everly is visiting in Hartford this week A D Taylor entertained very large crowds at the school house here last Friday and Saturday nights with his moving pictures All were greatly delighted- L H James and wife visited the family of J L Render of WestrProvidence last Saturday and SunadayRev L W Tichenor wife and son Earlattended church at Smallhous last Sunday Charlie Igleheart returned from Owensboro last Tuesday D P Oglesby and family of White Plains were the guests of W B Igleheart and family last week Mrs Curg Igleheart is on the sick list this week S W Bilbro went to the Mammoth Cave last week has returned home much delighted with his trip MAGAN Aug 28A large crowd attended theDistrict meeting of the A S of E at this place Saturday A little child of Mr Willie Mid kiff died the 23rd and the remains were interred at Pleasqnt Hill the 24thMr Thomas Maddox and family of near Hartford were the guests of relatives here Saturday and Sunday Mrs Elva Coleman andchildren who have spent several weeks with relatives here returned to her home at Owensboro Monday Mr James Coppage and Miss Ver ta Wright went to Haynesville Sat urday returning Sunday Mrs Mittie Gilliams is very low with consumption Messrs Willie and Clarence Taul went to Breckenridge county yesterday to visit their brother Mr Arch ie Taul Mr James Landrum and family of Fordsville spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Land rums father Mr George Midkiff Miss Hariett Midkiff of Adaburg spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents at this place Several from here attended the ice cream supper at Dundee Saturday night r For Sale New two story frame dwelling In Hartford Six rooms two nice halls Lot 100 foot front 210 feet deep Good well Situated corner Fredrica and Griffin streets Two thirds cash balance in 12 months A bargain BARNETT SMITH RENDER Aug 28David Watkins of Cen tral City was here last Wednesday Rhea Armstrong of Leitchfield was here last Wednerday H V Money of Louisville was j here last Thursday i Hon H P Taylor waS here on business last Thursday He was accompanied by his son Jno P Mrs L Francis went to Mercer Station last Friday IMurray Hudson of Taylor Mines was here last Friday- I P Barnard of Louisville was here last Saturday Sam James Jr WJSloan and Joe James were in Leitchfield last Sunday J W S Vick of Owensboro was here yesterday Simon Stephens went to Central City today l Mrs Alex Bennett and daughter Miss Eva are visiting In Evansville I Robert McDowell has returned frcrLlnton Irldnffbr an absence of two eksf H f NO WEB EASY To Become Citizen of Unite d States New Naturalization Laws wIn Make the Process Require Several Years Thousands of citizens will be interested to know that the laws rn garding the naturalization of alien will undergo a very material change in a few months Under the new law an America citizen cannot be made in five rein utes by the scratch of the pen as- has been done for so many yuars Voters cannot be coined by the score the day before the election The new law passed by congress will RO into effect September 27 As the law is at present any for signer may declare his intention of becoming an American citizen a 1 soon as he arrives if he is of legal l age Then he gets his first pa pers In many states he can vote on his first papers Five years Jatt r he may take out his second papers and becomes a full hedged citizen of i the United States with all the rigidJ privileges and immunities that the nativeborn enjoy Hereafter the process will be car red on in an orderly manner and aI certificate of naturalization will medicate more fully than ever before that the holder is entitled to all the rights of citizenship The new law provides that all ha migrants shall be registered at the port of entry and that a certificate shall be given to each person Not less than two years prior to his ail mission to citizenship the applicant for naturalization must appear in a United States district or circuit court or in a territorial or state court having a seal a clerk and jurisdic tion in matters of law and equity and in that court he must renounce all foreign allegmce and must swear that he is at least 18 years old and intends to become a citizen Not less than two nor more thans seven years later he may file in court a petition for naturalization setting forth his qualifications for citizen ship verified by at least two persons who have lived in the United States for five years At the expiration of ninety days the petitioner must appear in court in person and submit to an examination with his witnesses The clerk in the meantime must post in a pnl lic place a notice of the application with the mans name and the date of his petition After the hearing if the man has proven his ability to read the English language and Wlus has satisfied the judge of his identify imd residence in this country for seven years and of his abhorrence of all anarchistic doctrines the final papers are issued and he becomes IIi citizenIt be seen that the new process takes time and that the public knows for ninety days of the inter tion of any man to apply for citizen ship This will do away witn the gravest scandals of naturalization nearly all of which arose from ad mitting men to citizenship without notice to the public There is nothing so pleasant SB that bright cheerful atpcacewitb the world feeling when you sit down to your breakfast There is nothing so conductive to good work anvil good results The healthly man with a healthy mind and body is a better fellow a better workman it better citizen than the man or woman who is handicapped by some disability however slight A slight disorder of the stomach willderangi your body your thoughts and your disposition Get away from the morbidness and the blues Keep your stomach in tune and both your brain and body will respond Little indiscretions of overeating can bo sUIprisedyou are Try a little Kodol For l Dyspepsia after your meals Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro One Cause of Crime Just so long as grown up men I arouni3lsaloonsI I beer from an old dinner bucket in u back alley chew tobacco smoke tim vile stuff swear use obscene Lora guage and visit places of ill repute just as long will crime continue Iy t t b ioj first get3 the motion that it is tecnbtn smoke He tries it per laps life father was a smoker and the habit is easily acquired because fir has been a second hand smoker ithie birth A close acweakens his mucous system impairs his brain action and makes him the easy vic iiniiof all vice and crime that the iiEtml associates of such a boy can jlevide or pick up from their elders ijTho habit of congregating street cornets or around some saloon in dangerous to the morals of a whole community and it ought to be th duty of the people to break up an prevent such practices The boys place is at home if he has no better ipice to go than the streets The use of tobacco by minors ought to thjgnrtmature age There is absolutely no tope of this ideal condition of things 5n this generation or the next The world must first be brought closer tGod so close that to know duty toIrOOccoi iunished from Ireland Insanity Betrayed by Handwrit ing The insane have a general type of handwriting It shows itself in many ways Some write the last letter or the last syllable of a word illegibly others write whole words yiegibly There is a certain tremor hut it which is easily distinguish aWe Of course when a person 1 writes to persons he doesnt know ifcout things of which he has no knowledge or jots down words in theItbesen e i Insane Of course many persons from f childhood have written syllables ille gibly or have had a trembling hand these are not insane It is those who wrote legibly or whose hands did not tremble before to whom this applies Paresis sends its warnings before and very plainly Even the layman saa distinguish them Loss of mem o wy intense emotion at trivialoccur o rascss continual irritation loud- talkinappropriatc use of words a e ling of wellbeing and personal importance smallness of the pupils of true ryes thickness of speech The disease is an absolutely fatal eoe and progresses constantly N- ere has ever been cured The dig ease is from two to five years i Poof Tyler of Amherst college sad recently A man can live rrfortably without brains no man rws existed without a digestive sys rcm The dyspeptic has neither faith1 Jiope or charity Day butt y people realize the importance of earn for their digestion realize the need of the use of a little corI 7atjve after overeting A correeII 1m like Kodol for t i coasts what you eat Sold by Z Vfa n Griffin Bro I How He Killed Them 3Virybody calls Alfred J Stofera millknown Washington character I11ap Stofer says the Cleveland 4 reader jWhere did you get your title SfcjStr Representative Littlefield Maine once asked him i Earned it suh Stofer replied ikilEn Yankees in the war Stofer you were not old inau h to be a soldier Whosaid I was a soldier suh ynh i said I was a soldier I was liv fcT in all native village of Culpeper Va suh in those tryin times and i ifc was there I won glory for the l3a hted confederate cause andmy H5 killn Yankees 3jt how did you kill them tilled them by indigestion suh iiiHgsstion I sold em apple pies and hi hi 9n by scores I CASTORIA27nr Infants and Children Ear KM You Have Always Bought i arA stttb- 613ttsttun oL z4 Specialist Needed Fastidious summer boarder rtuJll I Have some oil pleace fa- 1T r Maumbers- 5ann v Hornihand He Fe jwcumbars Wy thems th nukeriest things they is next to a utl an anybody thet caint swaller iieni things without greasin orter iathroat speecialiast A co WALKING MUNJI Opens His Campaign for Con gress at Madisonville Demands Holding at Primary for the Election of Nominee for Democratic Party Madisonville Ky Aug uTheH- on Munnell Wilson Democrats diIday in a speech that was listened to- by a large crowd He spoke in front of courthouse using the curbstone as his rostrum The opening speech papersfmany to hear it The crowd is sand to have been the largest gathered here since the day on which Beck ham spoke Mr Wilson publicly demanded that the Democratic chairman recall the meeting of the district committee that a convention could be called and he be given a fair chance for the nomination against Hon A 0 Stanley He declared that if this was not done by September he would adopt for his emblem the scales and would make the race independently He said his fight would be one for justice He said he was opposed to dissipated men in office and ho would speak everywhere against such Ill also declared that his constant support would be given to the cause of temperance and local option in every county in the district He pro pounded several questions to Mr Stanley in regard to that gentle mansmaking use of telegraph ex pre sand railroad franks Hesaid no man could be true to the people and the corporations at the same time and the use of franks by Mr Stanley showed that he was serving the cor porationsiIn the last general assembly Mr Wilson was an ardent friendof or ganized labor and also of the county unit local option bill He will rely very largely on his record on these matters in his campaign which has now been commenced in real earnest Perfectly Understood Him Senator Clay of Georgia was telling Senator Pettus of Alabama about an unfair browbeating and insolent federal judge in the south He ishe ishe issaid Senator Clay hesitating for a word I un derstand you perfectly senator Senator Pettus said You are a Baptist and your religion does not furnish the words necessary proper ly to describe such a man Bryans Tour Worth 65000 to him Mr Bryan has been away from America eleven months and during that time he has made 1000 a week by writing articles on his travels for a syndicate of American papers He will earn approximately 50000 by his articles and they will be repro duced in book form later which will net him at least 25000 more It is estimated that Mr Bryans expenses to travel with his wife son and daughter have been 200 a week or about 10000 for the time he has been away His earnings for the year therefore will net him 65000 Ducal Morality One never hears of a duke going wrong Every one bearing any oth er title in the peerage may perhaps be subjected to the temptations of the world the flesh and the devil but a duke never Indeed the old Scotsmans verdict that dukes are vent varra respectable people seems one about which there can be no doubtLondon Tattler SHERIFFS SALE By virtue of execution No 40 directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court in favor of S A Anderson Admr against John A St Clair and M L Heavrin- I or one of my deputies willon Monday the 3rd day of September 1906 between the hours of one oclock pm and three oclock p m at the Court house door in Hart ford Ohio county Kentucky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satis interestrrind cost towit A tract or parcel of land lying in and near Centertown Ohio County Kentucky on the West side of Mill Street being the Northern part of yywRie 1haar4 two lots of ground conveyed to Re neer Bros by A L Rowe etc by CountjI1SS and book 24 page IS and bound ed as follows Beglnnning at n stone on the West- side of Mill street thence N 2 W 20 poles and 31 links to a stone at the West side of said street thence N 831V16 poles and 17 links to a stone thence t 2 W 20 poles and ill links to a stone thence S88 E16 poles and 17 links to the beginning containing 2 acres more or less the property conveyed to J W Chancellor by L E and C K Reneer on October 26th 1903 and recorded in- Deed book No 26 page 121 and which was conveyed to J A St Clair by J W Chancellor and wife upon which property a Mill house tlouer mill boiler and engine and a lot of other machinery are situated all of which is levied upon as the property of J A St Clair by going upon said property and tacking a a written notice of the levy herein upon the mill door and also by leaving a written notice of the said levy at the home of the defendant Sti Clair he being absent from the StateITERMS Sale will be made on a credit of three months bond with i approved security required bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of a sale bondIWitnessed my hand this 24 day of July 1906 R B MARTIN S O C Acetyline in the BlowpipeI The use of acetylene gas in the blowing pipe is an accomplished fact andaccording to Mr Binet has many advantageous features Of these not the least is the very high temperatures that can be obtained The heat is not absolutely known 01000Ipipe is capable of Oxygen is used in connection with the acetylene and being of higher calorific power than hydrogen accounts for the in crease of temperature Doafnoss Cannot Bo Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portions of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachin Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation 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 for and case of Deafness dollarsI catarrh that cannot be Halls Catarrh Cure Send for cir culars freeF J CHENEY Toledo 0 Sold by all druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation A Case in Point HeDuced bores these people around a summer resort Dont they make you tired SheYes I feel very tiredto night cA or CJI1I Bun teeThe Kind Yw Mote Always Bouts Biguttr of Every Profession Has Its Techni cal Terms What wages do you expect asked Mrs Randolph of Aunt Phronie who had come to hire as cookWell Ah tell yo Af Ah cooks an waits on de table too Ah spects two dollars ebery week Ah lives but ef yo all has family reach at de table an Ah jes had ter cook den Ah charges er dollar an fo bits eThis Language of Ours Isnt it funny mused the man with mental strabismus that when two locomotives come together the result is called a collision while two babies coming together are called twins Makinjr It Hot For Hubby Private DetectiveMadam here is my bill for shaddowing your hus band during the past four weeks Suspicious Wife Very well pre sent it to him And go on shadow ing him until you receive further orders from me WV ONE CENT POSTAGE It Is Dound to Come in Time Says the High Official Mr Madden i Dertoit Mich Aug 2QThird Assistant Postmaster General Edwin C Madden who arrived in Detroit this afternoon in his address before the delegates to the Nat ional Asso elation of second and third clus3 postmasters and members of the Michigan Postmasters association this evening made some point state ments concerning defeats in the de partmentMr deplored the facts that the present postal law and regulations providing for so much red tape tend to the cultivation of machine men giving too little room for enterprise ami initiative The- postal laws enacted one at a time l have produced u patchwork result declared Mr Madden Mr Madden would like to see remedied the moil classification laws which need revision to modernize them lIe declared the present rate on printed matter too high and advo cateJ joining the third and fourth class at the third class Mr Madden said a new law was needed in the in terests of the publishers relative to econd class matter and added that- there should be no special privilege in the postal service The present law as to secondclass matter required too much interpretation too much interpretation and supervision he averredAs the agitation for one cent letter postage Mr Madden pointed that 73 per cent of the depart lOUt is from letter postage and deficit would be too great at present with a onecent rate The onecent rate was bound to come in time however he declared It Might Have Been Worse Evelyn Werent you awfully em barrassed when they named you as a corespondent in the Allingham di vorce cas- eGladysOh no I didnt mind it much The papers managed to print quite a decentlooking picture of me The Expert- Is Speedman u good chauffeur Good Say he caught a man yesterday that every motorist in the city has had a try at and missed For Accuracys Sake TomdickenDid you ever see Miss Plumpleigh in her new bathing suit HarryNo but Ive seen most of her sticking out of it L Present Necessity First TrampHow would yer like a seat in de Senate Dill Second Tramp All right but jest at present Id be satisfied wid a seat in die pair of trousers u Football A kind of football waR first played about the tinge of Edward III In England Shortly after its advent however it was prohibited Later it was again revived but in tin reign of Jaiiics I it wits HiippiTHed as being rough and brutal Good Kindling Kindness remarked the non who comments on things Is what kindles the fire of love in the human breast Together with a few banknotes replied Senator Badger Milwaukee Sentinel A Visit From The Postofflce In spector- A woman out West tells how her husband Silas got appointed post master There was four candi datesthree men and a woman One was a milliner and the only way they could settle it was by having a postoffice inspectator come along and decided it He come and the undertaker showed his hearse along with other qualification which he thought entitled him to the post office The woman and her friends showed the inspector how clear the milliner shop was kept and showed him the artificial flowers and arti ficial limb Silas lowed trying to outdo the undertaker The other candidates was keeping a drug store and sold nip to poor and wearyI pilgrims traveling from afar cents a nap and while the inspector took a deadhead nap he said the law made it impossible to dispense drinks and mail out of the same I Illinois Central R Iti Annual Stockholders Meeting Chicago October 17 Per sonal Attendanceof Indi vidual Holders Desired I FKFF TICKHT TO Till MUTING Public notice is hereby given the regular annual meeting of the Stock holders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company will be held at the Companys office in Chicago Illinois Wednesday October 17 1906 at Ion oclock noon litIITo liaoh Holier of One or MorcShares the capital stock of the Illinois Central Railroad Company as regis CompanyI fullIageA Ticket Fnatlinji Him or Ilk to Trael fret over the Companys lines from the rnili Chicago and Return such ticket to be good for the jour theIIourPreceding N- and the day of the meeting for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meeting and the Four flaps Immediately Following when properly countersigned and stamped during business hours on or before Saturday October 20 1906 that is to say between Hon a m and 500 p min the office of the Assistant Secretary Mr W G liruen in Chicago Such tickets may be obtained by and holder of stock registered as above on applica tion in writing to the President of the Company Chicago but each stockholder must individually apply for his or her ticket Each applica tion must state the full name and address of the Stockholder exactly as given in his or her Certificate of Stock together with the number and date of such certificate No more than one person will be carried free of4CIthe Company A G HACKSTAFK Secy Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beaut vigor 4tandcheerfulness soon when the kidneys are out of order or diseasedst Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that It Is not uncommon bornr= neys lithe child utln ales too often If the urine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of unpleasanttrouble Y kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot Is soon realltcd It Is sold by druggists In fifty K O cent and one dollar sizes You may have a 01 sample bottle by mallIaAvnsingthousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer do Co Binghamton N sure and paperDont mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BinghamtonN room so this left only Silas to buck the undertaker and the miliner Whatever he done I never knew but Silas made a sign at the inspec tor and I seen him acknowledge it and so I beings to smell woollen and it wasnt long until the inspector got around to where Silas was handin out the mail for he was deputy as theycall it to handle the postoffice until the new postmaster was ap pointed Mr Inspector says says he Young feller you dont run a burial cartnor a milliner store nor you dont mix drinks but if you can raise a + bond why you can have the office September Lippinscotts MYSTERY SOL VEOII New Suspect of Schafer Mur uder Arrested Wrong Girl Killed in Effort to Rid Man of His Para mour Evansville lad Aug 29That the treat mystery surrounding the murder of Sarah Schafer the Jlrellf young school teacher at Redford Ind January 21 1001 has at lastI been solved is the belief of Prosecu + tor Benedict and Marshal Myer of Hedford and of the local detectives who have under arrest Ernest Tank sley charged with kidnaping Nellie Kiiiuiy from her home at HeltonI vllle Ind eight niles from Redford The girl was with him when hI was arrested Hewas a married man and his wife and three children at lIeltor1illeIi Three years ago his alleged illicit relations with the Kainey girl hL1 came known and he left home undI went to Redford and worked there in the Mope of hushing up his dis grace It is believed he decided the best way to clear the family of dis grace was to kill the Kainey girl He wrote her n letter asking her toI meet him in Redford at a certain al ley on the night of January 21 lUll It was at this point and time that Sarah Schafer was dragged down the nlley stabbed nnd killed OK MISS SCHAKKU I Itduplicatepearance and the police believe that Tnnksley simply made u the woman and killed Miss SchaferI while thinking he was getting Miss Rainey out of the way The night was dark and such a mistake could easily have been made Tankslcy returned to his room that night with fresh bloody scratch es on his face His room mate Earl Hunter asked him how his face had become bruised lie did not reply Late that night he awoke his room mate by poking a bundle of clothes into the stove Hunter asked himI what he was doing and un evasive reply was given LEFT UKUFORI WITH tiilll Last fall Tanksley left Bedford and at the same time Miss Kainey Jt disappeared from her home and was not heard of again until arrest ed Recently Miss Raineys father turned over to Prosecutor Benedict of Bedford a number of letters Tanksley had written to Nellie Iris object was to have Tanksley arrested for kidnajjing the girl Among these letters was the one making the engagement at the alley in Bedford The prosecutor connected Tanksley with the Schafer murder at once and soon untraveled the whole skein of evidence Tanksley and the girl were arrest ed here in a rooming house He refused I to talk to the police The girlI tried to tell the story that they hadJ been married She made a ment to a newspaper reporter that she knew Tanksley was wanted in Bedford for some change other than kidnapingThere is another charge which can be bought against Ernest sh- ey said of which he has been living in terror ever since we left Redford If this charge is brought against him it will be terrible for him to bear and will cause the greatest sensation I will commit suicide rather than tell what I knowITanksley and the Rainey girl were taken back to Bedford Marshal Myer where the man will stand trial for his life for the Schafer murder 7 Luckiest Man In Arkansas Im the luckiest man in Arkan tsus writes H L Stanley of Bruno since the restoration of my wifes i health after five years of continuous coughing and bleeding from the lungs and I owe my good fortune to the worlds greatest medicne Dr u Kings New Discovery for Consump tion which I know from experience will cure consumption if taken inI time My wife improved with first b6ttle and twelve bottles completed the cure Cures the worst coughs and colds or money refunded At Z Wayne Griffin Bros druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottles free t microbes Leap Niagara An official connected with the pub lie health and marine hospital ser jF vice tells some interesting facts with r reference to microbes in water Ac flADE FRon NATIVE ROOTS I SAPE AND RELIABLE That tin nos of many imtlvo plants growing wild In our American JKIISCSS nmiurkiililc iiroiicriliv fur tho cllrn of lininitn tmiluiilr Is imivcn Uvii tint iintntorcMl Indian had Icimicil tho 1iiratlvn valun of HIIIIO of this u not taimlit the curly settlors their IWM rltn Indian nuvvr 1l1i1 1 work so ha Ill II Itll III Kiiav to jet well us smin us H llIln thu rim mllthtiln thin work uud let him hunt ThiTvforo ln lug wi Mise root fur Inr fur that wits their trrcut remedy for fn main wealiiKsws Dr Ilerco uses tho ninio roirt alliil Him CllhuhIII hll lnvor rreMTlitlon skillfully com Iilne l with lit r iKfents that make It liiiirn effective than any other me lleliio IIII cnrliik till till various weaknesMs am painful deraiiKementN IK ciillar to lUIIIIIII Many ullllfted women Imo bona avlt1I the oM ratlnu tulilt old tlm stir geonV knfi hy the timely use of Doclo IIcrc1t Kavorltn Prescription Tender OVIT tin lower IHlvIc will I backache SM IM of ill7liiis falntness bean hlu down pains or distress go unheeded A ours nt 111 llIIlIhlllllLI rrlitliiu will work In all such oases nnd uenerally IKTmuiieiit euro If erslted In for u rca Minulild leiiKth of time Tlio Tavorlli Is u harmless agent IKllIjf wholly preparcd from list lvt niidlrlna Mits without a drop of alcohol In ItsI maku up whereas all other medicines put up for solo through driiBKlsls fur womans pwulhir ii IInu its contain larp quantities of liquors wlilcl nn very hnrmfnlIIIwciall to dellcuti women legal it l0u coo Slug neither alcohol our harmful hahlt formlnu drug All Its IncnillunUi an on each hut tin lrIlIIMr U Is a Ingxrrtlrlrlusithoreans distinctly feminine For what and II Irk women whu urn wornout1 or debilitated 1 for women win work In store ollice or schoolroom who sit at till typewriter or sewlim machine or tfnr heavy 1I1I1I linrdens iinrslni rs Dr 1lercns invuritr- 1rteriptluuwill rover a priceless benelli Ufausn of Its lienlth restoring am itreiiKthulvInt power Fur con + tho true fclentlfli run I + Dr lines Ileunant 1elleu Mild harmless yet lure m cording to this authority these little organisms sent into the Niagan river from the sewers of HufTali the tremendous leaps over the reat falls and pass through the fearful turmoil of the rapids nnd whirlpools beneath with little or no But after they have reaches placid waters of Lake Ontarii 1they rapidly perish and almost en disappear This and man I other similar facts were adduced to show that quiet and undisturbed I water is far more fatal to bacteria life than the most violent agitatioi in contact with atmospheric air Hence the official in question argue that the storage of water in reser voirs is an excellent method of free it from microbes Frightfully Burned Chas W Moore a machinist of Ford City Pa had his hand frightfully burned in an electrical He applied Bucklens furnaceI with the usual result a ant perfect cure Greatest healer ot earth for Burns Wounds Sores Eczema and Piles 25c at Z Wayn jriffin Bros Druggists MISS MORELAND Will Leave Saturday Morning for Trip to Niagara Falls and Toronto Last Fridays Owensboro Inquirer says Miss Annie Morcland will leave Saturday morning for a trip to Niagara Falls Toronto nail Thousand Islands being the same trip taken by the winners in the Inquirer popularity contest and with whom Miss Moreland would have gone if she were not ill at the time as she was winner in district No6 She was taken sick with fever and her physician would not consent for to go though her ailment was of a nild type She was given her choice by the publisher of the Inquirer of the trip at the expense of the paper of selecting another to whom she could sellor transfer or the cash value of the trip She I hose the last named She will be accompanied by her parents Mr1 and Mrs David Moreland and her I uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Tt luisenberry Miss Moreland resides at Nocreek n Ohio countyand is most attractive young esjimahle woman and proved in the contest to be extremely popular Her many friends regretted hat she was too ill to go with the nquirer party and that the party ould not be delayed for her bpt hey will all join with the Inquirer in wishing she may have a profitable and enjoyable journey with her relatives A word of truth in a few words Near all other cough cures are constipating especially those con aining opiates Kennedys Laxa ive Honey and Tar moves the bowels Contains no opiates You can pet it at Z Wayne Griffin Bro vw TO CLOVERPORT Will the M II Si Eo Railroad goI Says President 1101c manIlnrrlkttrldge rls The Mndisonville Hartford i Eastern Railroad within five year twill be running into Cloverport i President Holman of the M H E made the statement to Mr J i A Barry of this city who went tOl Madisonville to see President Holi man as a representative of the verport Commercial Club The road is now being constructed to Mitchell t where it will join the branch of tile Henderson Route The new roacIr will run its trains over this branch into Louisville until the line fron Mitchell to Cloverport can be There will be but two miles of thel road bed of the Hreckenridge Canne Coal Co used The route of the new road will be from Mitchell to u point very near Tar Springs where it will join the Breckenridge Canal Co rood bed The new track will run along this route into Cloverporl where it will connect with the L H St L The new road will he ex tended to the levee at the river formerlly used by the Breckenridge company This extension will bt made for the shipment of coal SouthI by means of the Ohio river By the time the road into Cloverport is corn pleted there will be aninefoot stage of water on the Ohio river thus allowing coal fleets n a v i gat ion throughout the year The new road will be primarily a coal road Its purpose is to furnish- an outlet for the vast coal fields through which it will have its routing This coal will be brought to Cloverport and shipped South and hence to the Panama Canal It vas stated to the News by o party who has become acquainted with ideas of the M H E officials that heir intention is to open up a coal field which will compete with coal field of Pennsylvania in the market for the Panama Canal coal supply They claim they can bring coal to Cloverport and ship it to Panama cheaper than the firms at Pitsburg since the distance is a very great heal less The coal fields they in virginIfor many years to come The ofil vials cited the fact that it would be nuch cheaper to bring coal to Clo rerport and load it on coal fleets han it would to haul it to Louisville oad it there and bring it down the river again A Hoailng Gospel The Rev J C Warren pastor of haron Baptist Church Belair Ga iys of Electric Bitters Its a 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 Electric Bitters have made me so strong I have just walked three miles in 60 ninutes and feel Jike walking three nore Its made a new man of me Greatest remedy for weakness and all Stomach Liver and Kidney complaints Sold under guarantee at Z Wayne Griffin Bros Drug- Store Price 50c His Motto WelldiggerNow we have found a mighty good vein of water but there is nothing like being doubly safe and sure of the supply Suppose we dig it say twenty feet deeper Dont drag along with a dull bil llious heavy feeling You need a ill Use DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills Do not sicken or gripe but results are I Bro sure Sold by Z Wayne Griffin I Suppressed the News A story is told of the late John L Toole the comedian and Mr Justice Hawkins now Lord Brampton They I were at supJyr together discu- ssingCONTINUE dn Thoeeovho are gaining flesh and strength bY regular treat withScotts Emulsion treatmentand I do away with any objection which Is attached to ducts bason during the teatedIWapiSCOOT 409415 Pu1 Street New York sac and fioo all dnictttuto A the events of the day The judge I incidrntly mentioned that he intended on the morrow giving the he had been trying fifteen years manI he deserved it As Toole wa Ohjwouldnew laper olllces and telling then about that fifteen years It will he a- for themexclusive information you know and will do me no end of good with the press Good God No sir exclaimed the judge who took the precaution of accompany ing Toole to his hotel and seeing him safely to bed Ih does the sun burn Why a mosquito sting Why do wi feel unhappy in the Good Old Sum Time Answer we dont We use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve and these little ills dont bother us Learn to look for the name on the box to get the genuine Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro For Babies on 41 pingCars When traveling with a baby in II sleeping car insure a good night rest for yourself and the baby not to mention your fellow travelers bj putting him to sleep in the little hammock which is to be found in the berth This procedure is practicabl for all infants under one year oi age and is the only absolutely safe sleeping place for them Provide yourself in advance with a piece of cotton rope two feet in length With this one end of the hammocld to be made fast to the lower end of the chain or cable by which the upper berth is suspended The other end of the hammock is left on the hook by which it usually hangs The hammock is thus suspended diagon ally across the berth now put it two pillows end Xo end Theseserve the double purpose of spreader end bedding If the hammock is strung tightly it will swing clear of the person sleeping below and the rougher the road the more the hammock swings and the sounder the baby sGood House Keeping In this state it is not necessary to serve a five days notice for eviction if a cold Use the original laxative tough syrup Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar No opiates Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro A Bomb From the Sky Interesting details have been gathered by 0 C Farrington of the Field Columbian musE umconccrnig the meteor which exploded over scott county Kan on the night of September 2 1005 It is calculated that the explosion occurred near Tribune in Greely county but the fragments fell at Modoc Scott coun ty about forty miles farther east The area over which the stones were scattered is about seven miles long by two miles wide The fight of metor was from west to east and the largest stones have been found near the east end of the area above mentioned The heaviest stones yet picked up weighs 11 pounds Many fragments weigh but a few uacesThe Yellow Fever Germ ms recently been discovered It bears a close resemblance to the malaria germ To free the system rom disease germs the most effective remedy is Dr Kings New Life Pills I Guaranteed to cure all discuses due to malaria poison and coii tipation 25c at Z Wayne Bros Drug Store Preferred It as God Made It Andrew Carnegie once delivered a ittle homily to the pupils of a public school in Washington says Harpers Weekly wherein ne endeavored to 1 lemonstrate that the judgment of men be b senti I neat andfeelinKIInScotland asserted Car icgia the people abominated hymns simply because the Episcopa used them The Presbyterians llians only the Psalms of David The used stained glass in heir church windowe and for that eason the Scotch looked upon stain ed glass as something of unholy od- Igin I Continuing Mr Carnegie story of a Presbyterian minister whoI had been been bold enough to duce this hated innovation He was bowing it in triumph to ono of his parishioners and asked her how sh iked it- Ay it is handsome said she adly but I prefer the glass jist as God made it iOA Tc nlAIswnthethe Kind Ire Han fui- rajxCZfrifeM I11IItM- t sts 01 4Llblti Tho Kind You Have Malay jBngM and which tins been in uso for ocr 30 years sborne time signature of 1 anti has fcccn made under his per Qf5 tonahmpcrdslon since its Infancy AllImJloDCl10 todeceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations And Jtistnspood ore hut Experiments that trifle mill and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORJACas- toria is a harmless substitute for Castor OH Paregoric Drops amid Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium ltlcrphIne nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrlshncss It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving bcaltby and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea TOa Blathers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 7 Boars tilt Signature of n 1 The Kind You Hal Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CtlfTJtUfl COMPANY nsrreraEZRI txsaaem W lOUR CLUBBING RATES THE RKI UISLICAN and Loiusvilfe fera d125rU-E 6 IlEiuitucAN and Louiuvtlte Daily Herald 200 TirE REiiWLicAN and CouriecvJcmnml 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Lout GlobeDemocrat 175 THE RKPUHMCAN and Home rfaE Farm 125 Tin REI UHMCAN and LipponcatLs and Cosmoplitan 325 TirE RKIOWICAN and rwice All kOVensboroIl1quirer 175 Tim RKIUKMCAN and Daily Oirensboro Inquirer 370 THE RKiUitLiuAN and TvicoVeek Oboro Messenger 175 TIn RKiiTitiJoAV And UatimtilSCagazine 150 Aduress all orders to THE REPUBLICAN v Vi fb+frfiffifttM R+ RANDALL MWhenSTOP A- TsenningsJI I EUROPEAN HOTEL i t gg The Home for Ohio County PeopleKElegant Clean Rooms and Polite Attention S W J y CO Corner Second acid JeHerson Streets Ef COLLINS GRIFFIN J Props m D eEJ L IjS24 BUYS 44 LI SCHOLARSHIPnntn the 100 allotted to bo Bold at a oo1mtlDL oootmtof the opening of our EransviU Cat legs are sold No vat atlon enter anytlma DRAUGHOHtSEVANSVILLE 1 t7 CoOtfta In 15 Btetco floe see CAPITAL indonod by bmlnem me JrawI Ucino to CkllfornU 17 years emaeuL Vto alao teach IV MAIL Write for price POSITIONS I MONEY o SECUROICall or sod a TIACL MAaaepe =vt0 tan ohli eTHAT TAT dntYM MG Ow pay aadpJOtI tos tadBodd photo or ikctcli for p gfsrsd Ca WIT p rain sua pA iNa ncrtncNcn saeaumA look M FrodUbte futcnu wtit le 03BOB 8 yanUi atrtW- ASHINOTON D c r BIG FOUR New York Central iNdiaNapolls The Best Line Linesi tA ChicagosTeledo + Detroit Cleveland+ BuffaloNew York IBoston tA A nished on application at Ticket Office Big Four 259 Fo avenue or writ CityjS J GATES ir Gen Agent Passenger I E H J tGeneral I RHEINi 7 N 1NwV 1I VwM Dyspepsia Cure V mawhat y u Mitt eIs w S f RepublicanIIof 1 =I l t iMaedbjtbr Ilartfonl nWI hlngCoinpn IISCORPeal3a IllencS FILCwE3 Cumbaxland 3 Ztyor O 2 IFRIDAY AUGUST 31 REPUBLICAN TICKET i FOR IOXIIUKSS I M L HEAVRIN Of Ohio Cnnntr I = iANNOUNCEMENTSWe 11 oDtborlud to nnounc S A AXIFI t sox ol XVwt Hartford Frrrlnrt n caud dn i for Ilepiwntntlre the Omtrnl AMtnbl tf- uthlrthetithdletrleteabrt hi tu the action o the irpnlillrani artj N enrrauthorlred to announce CIAKPNCK DcWCUsn ullhe Irwlnct n candidate f- iaepreeotntlteInthe lentral AM iubl from thlrthethdlatrltenblert to the action of the ltrinbllcan part- yExaminethelabOnYOUr paper If It Is not correct notify us THE earthquake had its shake J but a Chile reception THE big stick seems to have overtaken the Iowa idea WE hereby request the opecin- debate between Beckham and Mc Creary for Hartford IF President Palma wants to sur press that Cuban rebellion in short order he should send up and borrow the 3rd Kentucky i LAST year this Country imported 40000000 worth of diamonds Wonder how many of them were reported for taxation WAS there anything ggestice the selection of a man named Bogjgg for Chairman of the Illinois Dp noji cratic State Convention FROM the thick and thin Demo cratic press Gen Hayes is getting many kicks these days Not becaus he is telling untruths but for telling tales out of school IN appealing for the old order of things does Col Watterson desire t be understood as taking a stand against mixed drinks and in favo of a return to the straight stujyr IT is a dangerous thing for the Czar to encourage further target practice among his soldiers He cannot tell with any certainty liior whom they will make use of then skill uirIonour young ladies could see the gapI ing crowds at the windows of s nImarksIN another column we reprint an editorial from the Louisville Herald commending Judge Birkhead in theI highest terms for his decision in thmKeownTinsley suit involving Legislative redistricting act We endorse all that the Herald says o our Judge Upon all matters which have come before him since he hasfoccupied the bench he has disposition to follow the law in a conscientious manner no matter I what his friendship for parties in terested or interests or1 otherwise may have beenIIIWITH some newspapers the love oft It party is far above that of country j Of the lJickerin in the Democratic bringIdingthe Hartford Herald says Itll serves no good purpose and is danI gerous to the best interests of tllet party which every good Demo crat should strive to subserve If this is not partisanship none toI need we would like to see a sample its Every good citizens known that it h best for his party and good it for his country to have its shnrtcom ic ing held up to public KKW THKRK was nothing inounsistpn for that Illinois Dumwniti Vixvi tion to endorse both Bryan anti u in liven Did they not ender= e Dry 40 please the friends of Bryan anti Sullivan to plea the friend of Sulli f van Besides it was don in separ I ate resolutions am at differences fed sions of the convention If thus could not accomplish a small matter like that in a State Conventionjhow wM I 1 r can they be expected in the National Corivehtion to frame a platform which will please the gold bugs of the East and the silver people of the West Then on the tariff question they are to face in the coming cam paign demands for protection their Southern sugar folks and Kentucky hemp growers Besides they may have members in Congress fro Pennsylvania and some other Stat who will be clamoring for a rote tion of theduty on iron We think the Illinois Democrats did well and have given the highest evidence oft their capacity to write the next National platform for their party DROWNING MEN CATCH AT STRAWS toSome weeks ago a correspondent to this paper mentioned the fact that Itwo brothers here were about to let their invalid sister go to the alms- If house when one of them was able to care for her No nnmeswereghen The article was not written by any one cprnected with this paper but by die who is in position to know of just suchcases Last week we ex ptes edthe hope that it was not true or in other words that our contributor was mistaken This would have passed unnoticed by ti Hartford Herald except for the fa that at this time it had its hand in Republigopaighsubscriptions and was at once caught in a party which was doing the dine thing This attempt upon the part of the Herald to get away from the effects on ftts dollar editorial will not go Better catch at a broad plank Straws do not save drowning men THE HERALDS RAMPAGE Under the headlines of Shocked HeraldIweek attempts to nag and harass us about the raising of campaign furies with a lot of slang and dis crediting assertions of which it is mdr1 o bountifully supplied than with crothno9rhonestyor correct English wlsfacre some weeks by close i application can grind out a column land a half of editorial grout for the feral and sometimes from lackof sufficient amount of editoria- lprodticifgextractonlyahalf column actuallyjrecalls the recent insurance- r investigations inaugurated at the in staficetind directed by Republicans sanctioned and encouraged by Pres ident Roosevelt and says and yet the REPUBLICAN has either Der heard of it or wants to suppress it rTo the mature man of properly poised thinking apparatus this is the I IchuolIIconscience swore before the investi gation committee that the Demo himIwithI I lniknown can only he conceived bv j a dwarf intellect pr by a mind whose I possessor lacks the attributes nece arr to make up a decent competitor many vocation We do not concede neither is it fosterfd alive by the Republican olicy of protection The fact that England has the mss- I gigantic and the greatest number o trusts knocks such argument into cocked hat and if the Herald pos j sessed the honesty and learning which is so solicitous about the REPUBLII having it would admit thej of the statement At this point we wish to call attention to how far the Herald hasj from its original position and strongly it has attempted to the public as to the origin of I this controversy It grew out of attack n by the Herald on the ReII publican Congressional Committee for soliciting a dollar contribution from each voter It got on one of semiannual or quarterly ramc pagesabout the matter and before had fairly cooled off the Democrat t Congressional Committee inaugurated the dollar contribution plan and we suspect sent the trust bust ingeditor of the Herald a request Wer printed the Heralds rarnpnpn connection with the Democratic i dolipr contribution plan und Herald atone wrung in the trust iIsuoSind has peen potmding away on i foro these many days and has reachJ fint where it always does i onIt1o010 c + ic e t nr J1cJ+ e r n J FaJl Is S nsav TaJk Now t Everybody is thinking about the coming fall the coming fair the coming railroad which 7 means coming prosperity to all It also means a corning desire for better Clothes for the j poor as well as for the welltodo people We are now prepared to supply that desire We have brought on better Clothes better Shoes Hats Alcns Furnishings Ladies Skirts Jack 1ets Cloaks and everything else that Men Women or Children need to wear J2 1 itWeAre Proving Daily I M i verve mo our business is growing Why Because of our mode 7 oftoiling We are always striving to sell everything that is uptodale Z durable and satisfactory The best brands of Clothing Shtnjs foul Hats are to be found here There are no better brands of Clothing in Ohio county than the Schwab and the famous guaranteed Sterling Clothes The HamiltonBrown Shoes are also to be found here Sutisfaction guar ianteed OURet L FALL EA R AND WEARS WELL The FairiWill soon be here Hmo you provided yourself with anything new to went If you have or riot come hero and let us show you our elegant full sttcl whioli wu have just received Our readytowear Clothts lit you as well us your purse much bettt r than custommade clothes They are made hreliahle makers and wear as well as they look Style is not everything quality counts too You ttill find both here Out Suit range from 150 to 18 and are good values from bottom price to top price We can show you a large line of Hoys Fancy and Plain Suits from SI to 5 For Ladies We have receiveda large line of Skirts and Cloaks foul we would be pleased to show this linu for we are satisfied that it would win your admiration We have taken painsto select a staple and uptodate stock of Cloaks and Skirts of good quality ul moderately low prices We hive brought on a largebeautiful selection of Woolen Dress Goods which Cenrbody to call t SAM BACH t HARTFORD KENTUCKY i 1 Jf4 + + t jJ =furnishes a striking object lesson of its own short comings BaizesMr G W Baize died at his home afterIis e town cemetery the following day in the presence of a large number Melyf1He leaves a wife six children sever m al grandchildren and a host of rela tives and friends to mourn the loss citizenIFor Sale 200 acres of fine farming land at Dan Station on Owensboro branch 1 C R R 70 acres up land bal1 bottom will make 70 to 80 bushes torn per acre About 60 acres in I timber Three dwelling house Good well water and early orchard Terms onehalf cash balance on payments Apply to BARNETT dSsnTH- Hartford Ky A Bad Stomach i lessons tne usefulness and marl the hap pints of life Its a weak stomach a stomach that ca not properly perform Its functions Among Its symptoms are distress after I entlns nauwn between meals heartburn u rlic vomiting Catulenco and nervous 1uth oodsarsaparnla Cures a bad stomach Indigestion and ctii fcpsla nndtho cure Is permanent Accept no substitute FOR THE BUSY READER A special from Mazatlan Mexico says several hundred people have- a been rendered homeless by a disas trious flood which has swept over that region for the past few days C ofThe Cuban Governor has issued a proclamation offering pardons to rebels who will lay down their arms This is considered by foreigners as an indication of weakness on the part itof the Government nEvidence showing that Claude Bass found dying in the weeds near an outlying street in Paducah was wounded in a house and carried to the place where he was found has been given the police of that city I and they claim they can arrest the guilty persons when they have the case properly arranged IKuhiels Celebrated Blind will furnifh music for the Fair It has been securedat Large expense but the man agement will feel repaid if its patrons are satisfied this band will satisfy them j Citizenn I To every good citizen of Kentucky irrespective of politics strongly ap peal the decision of Judge T F Birkluwd recently rendered at Hart forl1s to the Constitutionality of the legislative redistricting act of the last regular session Judge Birk beltd is a Democrat but a fearless JOsr Tile doublebreasted Suits are al ways popular We liavo n good number of Schwabs new Full mod els to thou you and r cuing will mean buying Wo know youll like them as we have a good many handsome patterns IriC 10 to S loS 12 Jt Jfa partyiDemocratic Judges stand on t IeI subject Republicans and all class of voters interested in a fair election should take a lesson No just I ground is there on this issue to fear llIt heIon IS theIi i both the people are denied the right of selecting the men they desire fori representatives By both one party is i refused its share of representation in the Legislature From such co ditions arise riot anarchy repressive j legislation and civic deterioration It takes money to fight these cases j and the Republican organization h no other source but the people to look to for the necessary funds It is however j the peoples fight Today it f the Democrats on top tomorrow it i may be the Republicans There is always a temptation to the dominant party to perpetuate its rule I It is not the party that should at any time rule but the people speak ing and acting through the agency the of party When the pcoplo withdraw from a partys support that party should not be permitted to perpetuate itself in office by any such methods as the infamous Ken tuck redistricting bill Every Re publican should feel it a sacred duty to contribute to the redistricting fund It is a cause worthy the bCt causeisthe nation to indestructible unit- S Give and give generously An elaborate program each day of the Fair buy been ar ranged by the management IIebeon 6e cured at a large expense to furnisfl amusement for the peupl UnlyDowlingGreen 4thntaughtnTypewrit ing tanking Telegraphy Penman ship Business Arithmetic Commcr Correspondenceawill pay all persons who desire a strong commercial pealswhat is offered Call at the office or address The a Bowling Green Business University A Bowling Green Ky Change in Date The daft of the Sulphur Springs A S of E District meeting is changed to the fifth Saturday in September on account the Ohio County Fair t y R FERGUSON Secy I Moss and Thompson Plasterers and contractors satiffaction guaranteed Phone or a Beaver Dam Plaining Mill Co 1 3aii4 I JL 1t tfi ott49 ii tf 4t e 41 5 41 t41 tlt itIt i u41 IF 14 I IIi I I 41 4 t 41 La141 4 P 4i J r i iIt41 i It- c1 at- 4i I = Phis space belongs to and js reserved for u It of It i 1 i- 4i jI = Who have just returned from the Eastern = 4markets whore they have bought an immense t = fall and winter stock of 1ry hoods of which = = they will tell you next week = 4i 4- IA4i t 4 A I I bSo 4Sj Ifi r bt 4 lit bt Ifit bt- Ifi 4i Ifi IL c bt 4 I 1 ilp La 4tar lit i 4 faiC h 0- Il A 4 Z1 4 1 r i tJt 4itotf 7 bit 41 I t r ct Y 4i tJt 4 4i 4 4i 4i 4iI w Hartford Republican t FRIDAY AUGUST 31 Illinois Contral RallroadTlmo Table Vnrlli llounil Nnil Ih nnnnd- NoIIIufiiunIII Nnlll iliwtl l nm No 21 lie lS30pni Nnioiiln MS pm No 102 tIe 4 psn So 131 due N4H j in See our neckwear for fall SAN BACH New hats for men just in at Carson Cos Fresh IFish and Oysters at City Restaurant Be sure to see Carson Co for your fall suit We are still paying 12c for eggs CARSON Co I Rev L W Tichenor Matanzas called to see us Monday Ohmyl what fine Cream and Sherbet at City Restaurant Cheese Sausage Boiled Ham and Crackers at City Restaurant I I Miss Alba Everly Malagas is a the guest of MM C E Smith Get your Meals and Lunches at City Restaurant Best in Hartford Miss Leona Maddox has accepted a position as saleslady with Long j Co We exchange merchandise for moqey and trade back whenever dis satisfied SAM BACH The man who fails to taker 4his family toithe Fair ought to be fall goods are ready for you lOur SAM BACH If you want a good pump iron or woof call on J W Ford Everything we sell is made by reliable makers SAM BACH New Peters Shoesjust inatLong Cos Economy Store Scholarship in Massey Business College for sale at this office Headquarters for style will beheld here this fall SAM BACH Just received a line of the lates style Derby Hats at Sam Bachs Miss Cozie Reid Rockport is the guest of Mr and Mrs Wo H Griffin Summer goods are going cheap now at Long Cos Economy Store Ohio County FairSep tember 19 to 22 iMr J C Stevens Centertown called to see us while in town Tues day For Scholarship in tits Bowling Green Business College apply at this office We stand beiirid everything sold here You take no chances at Sam Bachs iMills Dora Bell of Owensboro is the gUeSt ejf Mr and Mrs J HI Williams The Peters Shpe is the best for wear At Long Cos 1Economy Store You can get the best goods for the least latfng y Cos Economy tote Ii- I Dootbuy any shoes until you see CosE t IA Big lot of W L Douglas shoes in at Carson Cos Miss Hattie Barnett is quite ill at her home on Union street Sue the Maid of the Mist Where At the Fair Mr R C Taylor of Matanzas called to see us yesterday If you want good flour the very best bacon and lard call on Carson Co u Style is not everything Quality counts too We have both here SAM BACH Our big house will be chock full of the newest and the latest CARSON Co It doesnt matter how hard you are to please in a suit we can please you SAM BACH We can show you the swellest line of 50c fancy top shirts ever shown in Hartford SAM BACH We want our customers to remain our customers Thats why we are growing SAM BACH Miss Mary Bennett has accepted a position as teacher in a college at Meridian Miss New fall clothing dress goods shoes and hats are arriving every day at Carson Co Indies take a look at Sam nichs fall skirts They will pay your eye and pocketbookI Mrs Mary Lewis Hansford ofherlensville Ky is the guest brother Rev J A Lewis We want to show you a pair of our new fall shoes They will please your foot and taste SAM BACH Wo insure a smile every five minutes to those attend ing the Fair Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 4Gtf Take advantage of our August clearance sale at Long Cos Economy Store Mrs W H Moore returned Tuesday from a visit to relatives and friends at Dundee and Narrows Good wheat makes good flour Fords brands are reshwith reduced price 40c 50c and 60c a sack spot cash Try them Miss Vergie Hocker and brother Mr Harvey Hocker of Blooming ton Ind are the guests of Mr and Mrs Z Wayne Griffin For sale 150 acres of land within three miles of Hartford A bargain for cash Call on or address J P MILLER Hartford Ky 38tf Miss Grace Howard returned to her home at Owensboro Wednesday therguest of Miss Artie Wedding The Ohio County Fair Sept H to 22 Bigger and bettor than over in special at tractions Mr Tonnie Westmoreland of Pen ville Ind who has been the guest of his aunt Mrs Robert Forrestor of this place returned to his home MondayWe buy your Chickens Ducks Calves Lambs Etc and pay high est cash price Live stock received on Monday before 9 oclock HARTFORD COMMISSION Co WANTEDOne good man to sell fruit trees in Ohio county Address W S Ashby Sons Highland Nur sery Cloverport Ky Cash advanc ed weekly 6t4 Young man don t forget the date September 19 to 22 Come and bring the little girls and the large ones too Rev Chester Stevens delivered an excellent sermon at the Baptist church last Sunday Rev Stevens is just beginning in the ministry and gives every evidence of a promising future The young people of Hartford were delightfully entertained at a lawn party given at the residence of Miss Effie Render last Friday even ing in honor of Miss Grace Howard of Owensboro Oh mel Whats the that tern I affiBO anxibua toy attend the t stir 11htjpt you come bringlvyour31sveetheart 3 with your JtS t- v I t ii ltd Y F Wallace Rosine was a- piasant nllr Vednscday- Mr J L Rogers Greenville was a pleasant caller yesterday f Coca Cola Soda Pop Lemmonade Ginger Ale ice cold at City Restau rantCity Restaurant is the place to geti everything good to eat Nice clean fine service See our line of Ladies Vests and Hosiery at only 9 cents at Long Cos Economy Store Mrs Sam T Barnett visited her sour Oren Wallace at Central City last Saturday and Sunday Miss Olive Carson went to Louisville the first of the week to study the new styles in millinery Mr Gross Williams proprietor of City Restaurant is building an ad dition to his business house Dr and Mrs E W Ford and daughter little Miss Nancy are vis iting at the Mammoth Cave Get your Fertilizer Field Seeds and Farm Implements from D L Sandefur Beaver Dam Ky 75t Deputy Clerk Roscoe Render visited his parents Esq and Mrs W P Render of Matanzas last Sunday younghorseRepublican Office Hartford Ky Mrs Isaac Foster returned last Saturday from a few days visit to her sister Mr Fen Rogers at Pikeville Ky Miss Carrie Will leave today for Pittsburg Texas where she has accepted a position as vocal and in 8tru mental music teacher Mr J W Lamb of Greenville member of the firm of Long CoM Hartford was in town last week and made us a visit while here n M Mr M S Ragland has moved to his farm near Sulphur Springs The house vacated by him will be occu pied by Mr R T Russ and family Mr and Mrs W M Fair left Tuesday for eastern markets to purchase fall goods Mrs Fair will remain several days studying the new styles of Millinery Mrs John D Hardin Nannfie Quisenberry of KnoxvilleI Tennt arrived HI town Wednesday and will be the guest of Dr Alexan ders family for some time Where are you going Bill OhioInilbrd to miss it Going to tithe my girl too Walton Wilson Rhoades Cowho have the contract for the construct ion of the Madisonville Hartford Eastern Railroad have rented rooms in TUB REPUBLICAN building and will open an office in same the first of SeptemberThe building is undergoing house cleaning this week and every thing will be in readiness at the tap of the big bell next Monday morning vhich will summon the students to another years work under an able corps of teachers Whose girlY My girl What about her Shos going to the Fair with me Arrange the engagements now so the other follow will bo sorryif anybody is to he sorry Mr Lee Long of the firm of Long Co left Monday for eastern markets to purchase fall goods He was accompanied by Miss Ella Moseley who will remain several weeks to study the new styles in millinery also by Master Harry Mc Kenney The numerous special attractions obtained by the Fair management this year war rant the belief that the patrons will receive more for their inoney this year than ever before Ellis Bennett son of Ruben Bennett Wednesday morning atI the home of his father on Center street of typhoid fever He had only been confined to his bed a feW days his case seemihg almost hype leSs fromthe first of hisJlln He was 22 arkof aijeT a dut fulsonand- ldvmg brothel Jlie funeral itm burial occurred atMlHermoacon ducted by Rev Jt ABozarth 4 I Vs liE BARNES BROI i Your IIInterest J H the interest 1fiUour customers have always 6am the first consideration with this store We belies thai if we gw roll the best that MONEYf can buy wears serviiig cmr iuterests and by serving your heterests we weld jVm to our long chain of y- regularcudomersTlijs is bwe have the exdu t live agettcy fife the justly celebrated Carhartt Brand of Overalls and Jackets Y There ts eft other bnvnd ketthan this brand We satisfy ymi or your morley HACK A Break Down Ofyour Coo itl1tion fp sure ta came if you continue 0 operate a grown lam Visit oursforev ask to tee this great iwog nchine und fou be induced to go henna wrtRout one Kyid Mr RE Le Simmerman and daughter Miss Winnie and Mrs J W Ford 1cturarf from a trip ta Cleveland Matte Falls and othor points Tuesday Deputy Sheriff s L Bratcher had a banner day in tat last Saturday HecoB ctetl between m and 900 at Hi appointment at Rockport thatdas One of the host bands in Kentucky trill delight tlwj Fair pntron with music dJtit year FQRSAHE JVfarai of 9G acres 21 miles from Hartfdrfcai the Morgan UwnroadandlrrtY the Ben uer Dam road g wd tw wtory dwelling i 2 good thorn sad outbuilding good well antt ruterit in yard 30 acres of timbon land rest ic high state of cult riCiall bottoms ex cept 7 Jicces Yorfuttherparticu- lars can on MRS S liPHILLIPS 1 5t4 Hartford Ki Invitation rOtaA lt ve been reecir= ed here announce the comirurmuIringo of Miss JcJrio S TweectfjUt Valley Mills Tcx1 ail Sep f iH Jarrett recentJjr relative het asd at other 1aw large circle of Kentucky friends and I relatives At lire same time and uoder the saraeeeranony Mr Thnd J Jarrett a brnthee of Miss Josie and Miss Irene lden will be mar rledThe nuptitk will occur at the Baptist church ta Valley Mills and will on account o the high stand ing andpopularkr of mil the parties bean imporlawt event in thatcit l 1Yy te 5JsU your clothes on the old stash board or on any of the tcttithe Washers Save 1 your health increase your streaptfi and lengthen yourIlife lay Buying a 1900 WaSher A childeight years old can it as wolf as labor wont matters SCRROADER SCHOOL HOUSE l Aug 29 School at this place er progressing nicely under the s management of Mrs Louanna Row an k Frank Grays little son Ellis is quite sick at this writing Mode Schroader who has been in Kansas for some time past return ed home a few days ago- I Lara Gray andwife of McHenry spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives near this place Miss Malinda Gray left today for Evansville Ind where she will at trod school Mrs Nora Kessingerof this place waited relatives at Spring Lick a feW days last week Subscribe for TilE REPUBLICAN 4- Buy Hair atAuction At any rate you seem to be getBgrid of it on auctionsale principles going going tonel Stop the auction with Ayers Hair Vigor It certainly qhecjts falling hair BO mistake about this It acts as regular medicine makes the scalp healthy Then you must have healthy hair for lea natures way The beit kind bt testimonial MSo1 for over sixty eanh ll KM or4oW IW 4 I St V IADVICE FROM MARSHALL FIELD Integrity Good Judgment and Per severance Necessary to Success Marshall Fild one of the three richest nun in the world 11111 who recently died in New York once gave the following advice t to young men The principal qualities that make the successful business men are three First Absolute Integrity 1SfcoIIIIGood judgment 111111 of those quali 8 I believe in a education The higher the better provided it does not make a man feel he is above the requirements of his business no matter what they may be No matter how highly edu cated a man is he should be will ing to begin at the lowest place need be nail when once launched comI pletely absorbed in it A mUD in selecting a business should do so with the greatest of care and select a career in which he can be thoroughly interested A man should never specu late but I make a strong distinc tion bet wen speculation and ju dicious investment Marriage often helps a man in business provided of course it is with the right woman Xo man should 111111 until his in come is sUffilillIt to enable him to meet the responsibilities he has assumed MARKED BY FATE Mr D Piazzek the grain man f is orally of the opinion that the fates hair it in for him and are 1working 23 hours out of the 24 in an endeavor to humiliate him Its no use he sadly protest ed to some friends the other day I cant lift the hoodoo Take my golf playing for instance Nine times out of ten I miss the ball when driving off from the first tee ou tilt the Elm Ridge club Every one of those nine times I look around and find the veranda lined with people all possessed of large eyes that look like porcelain plaques on a plate rail The tenth tine however I hit time hall I knock it to a speck Then I turn proudly around mt chest swelling with pride Theres not a single soul on the veranda Everybody has just gone illKallsas City Inde pendent HAD SIZED HIM UP Reginald De Koveii the com poser entered a Xew York cafe one afternoon maul ordered his I luncheon when htg noticed that the waiter was lingering as if to say something Well what is itIIsld the composer looking up from his paper Heg pardon sitsnld the garcon but do you remember me1 Cant say that I do Well sir 1 used to sing in one of your companies Oh yes responded De Koven after a survey of the waiters countenance I re member you now You had apart in Foxy Quiller o Yes sir I suppose sir youre surprised to see me now as a waiter Not at all replied De Kovtn 1 heard you sing- WEAKNESS OF THE GREAT Julius Caesar to whom the music of great battles was sweet trembled at the sound of thunder and built dimes under his house where he night hide to escape the sound Quern Kliabeth one of the most fearless of women trembled like a leaf at the sound of the word deathand Talley rand shivered and changed color at the same word Marshal Base a hero in many battles screamed and tied at the sight of a cat f while Peter the flreat would not cross a bridge unless it was abso lately necessary and then crossed in terrible alarm being weak and sick afterward from the terror t TWO OF A KIND Say whats the matter with this coffee queried Klopay Same thing thats the matter Y 1 r- dr rf q with you 1 suppose answered the landlady its n little slow about settling USES COAL AS FINE AS FLOUR Smokeless Combustion Said to Be Achieved by a Manufacturer For years the entire country has been complaining of the smoke nuisance says the Detroit Free Press Hundreds of thou sands of dollars have beta ex pended on smoke consumers sto leers steam jets and other appli ances Now conies the inventor with a simple device that a schoolboy can understand Smoke is caused by feeding soft coal into the furnace The fuel when thrown on a bed of hot coal ignites rapidly and throws olF a volume of carbon that gushes out of the lines and then mills on everything sue rounding the plant Henjamin J Walker If Erie Pa was searching for a means of destroying the nuisance in the Erie mnllablc iron works He went to the root of the trouble the feeding the fuel into the fur nace Instantaneous combustion was what he wanted and lucre is the plan he evolved Instead of passing the coal into tit furnace in the oldfashioned way he fed it III pulverized form into a per whence it passed by air sure through two wrought 111sl pipes into the furnace tion instantly took place and the coal dust was burned in suspen sine No smoke no burned 0111 grate bars no backbreaking stirring up of fire no gang of men tending the furnaces The invention was purchased a few months ago by Mark Pack ard of Buffalo a multimillion aire mine operator For years he has never been able to find a mar ket for the coal dust or bug dust ns it is called in the business The new combustion invention settles that question for coal as line as Hour eau be used The quantity of ashes to be re moved is reduced by 50 to 70 percent EXPECTED MUCH FROM WIT Antoine Itivarol the French epigrammatist of the eighteenth century was so brilliant that something good was expected of him every minute Once when he I hud been invited to dinner at which the hostess especially wished him to shine he stet quite silentThe attitude of disappointed expectancy in the company net tled him and at lust Itivarol made a stupid remark Every busy uttered an exclamation There said Rivarol I can not say a stupid tiling without teary ones crying 1hitfIAt a dinner in the house of some Germans lie made a jol1 His hosts put their heads together inquiringly Hivaro said to his neighbor a Frenchman Look at the Germans pooling their wits to understand a jlwI ADVISED HORSE MEDICINE Prince von Hulows fainting fit in the rciehstug recently attract ed wide sympathy One sugges tion ill particular impressed him It was from an old veterinary surgeon I have been very much grieved to read in the papers that you have had a seizure of weakness If you are subject to them I can give you a remedy ofI my own discovering which is composed of quite harmless IIIihnlssshould try it The imperial chancellor was profoundly touch ed by till thought that he need ed horse physic A NEW VERSION live an account of the life of Hannibal was one of the ques tions in an examination of eight hgrade pupils recently Hannibal wrote one OUII eter wits one of the patriots of tit revolution and led an African regiment In the battle of San Juan 11111 He helped to write the constitution and bylaws and fought a iiOround draw with Aaron IJurr He afterward built the Hannibal St Joe railroad but he died a poor maul because tlfIltIIWOrllilU8 + y n 5 eN Clrtr OLD AXIOM GIVEN A PUNCTURE I Large Employer of Lafcor Says He Wants No Whistling Workmen Tis soul to puncture an old axiom said the employer of a large number of men hut my experience with other men en allies me to let a little of the air of fallacyout of the old saw which grinds out a platitude that the whistling workman is till best or that the singing took makes the best sauce From early childhood we are taught to place the workman who whistles and slugs at the bench or over his work as the ideal of his kind In theory per haps this idea holds good but from an experience of lit years in the handling of men I will puss the whistling fellow by for the one who lots not whistle or slug while at work And I have found this true in clerical pursuits as well as those involving manual labor IWhen a man is not working of singing produces a certain amount of mental relaxa tion it denotes a certain vacancy of mind It is impossible for a man to whistle or tilQJ if the men tall faculties are at all absorbed in work It requires mental con centration of sore or less effort to turn out good work or to pro duce satisfactory results in any calling Whistling interferes with this concentration though the con centration may by reason of II- perfect knowledge of the work being turned out have become mechanical on the jwrt of the workman The singing or the humming of a tune produces still greater mental vacancy It is in these moments that workmen make mistakes often costly ones to themselves or to theirs em ployers HERMIT CLAIMS FORTUNE Henry ItuclilT who has been loading the life of a hermit in a little hut at North Muskegou for a number of years huts goii to his old home in New York state to claim a fortune sold to amount to tOllll which was left him by his brother At one time Haclilt was a pros perous merchant in his native guumnIwar lie was aecastdof cheating after he had raked in a large stake at cards Daring the alter cation which followed it was said that lie drew a revolver and shot his opponent dead in A wealthy 1IlflltflIS1 HaciilV financial time of tit trial and when he was finally acquitted lit was pen niless and broken down in health lie stole away from the scene of his alleged wrongdoing and after tillallykegon where he has lived in hill little lint for many years ONE ON JOHN DULL Why is it said that the sun never sets 1111 the ISritish em pies r Mecaiise it is so large I sup pose Not at alii because the good Lord was afraid to trust it iu the dark ALWAYS THE CONTRARY Is your wifes mother still with you asked Singleton II No answered Wedderly shes still against me every time thero is a family argument on tapS OBEYED INSTRUCTIONS Man of the House Yerenn I told you to cull me at seven Isllarp this morning asIhairuIWItIIt wnke vc The Paint tock Pessimist Some men are so suspicious pud the pessimist of Paint Hock thus if they went into the or luau grinding business they WOIIIII compel the monkeys to iinv little cash registers Ir + sQIII SURE CURE For All Diseases of STOMACHLIVER i REAL ESTATE If you have a farm town lot welling or any other steal Estate for sale list it with UP We find buyers and make the sale All you have to do is to list with us Note These Bargains Splendid two story dwelling with seven rooms new two wide halls on Union Street Hartford situated on lot l acre All out buildings and goodwater Price reasonable One Farm four miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con sisting of 13 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn n- at a bargain 40J acres near White Hun adjacent to the I C It R half Caney Creek bottoms all cleared good orchard two good wells price reasonable a bargain for some one further infor mation furnished on application 100 acres 1 mile from the Court House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur nished on application- A twenty acre tract two miles North from Hartford on the Owens boro and Hartford road within J mile of School house excellent neighborhood good barn and out buildings moderate dwelling and a fine well of water A bargain at 500 120 acres Rough River bottom three miles West from Hartford bounded by Rough river on South and public road on north 40 acres ill ex cellent state of cultivation remaind er well timbered with oak gum ash maple and hickory Good dwelling stable and other outbuildings Will fell land and timber together or either separate from the other 9fJ acres Rough River bottoms considered the richest soil in the neighborhood on what is known as the big ditch three mile West frost II irtford All well timbered with Iirst class oak gum ash maple and hickory Will sell limber and not the land or will sell land and reserve timber or will sell all together List your property with UFo Ve will find a buye- rBBRNETT X SMITH nepubiican Office Hartford ICy One Minute Cough Cure fob Coughs Colds and Caoup- VACATION q TRIPS Made delightful and comfortable to the famous resorts in Colorado Utah Pacific coast Hot Sprints Ark Yellow Stone Park Texas lid Mexico VIA Mh g yl Pcifl ttIiiy- o hon H flitaia Bg1 a ILOW ROUND TRIP RATES now in effect Liberal limits and stop over privileges REDUCED HOMESEEKERS round trip rates FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS in each month to the WEST AND litI In IG M ATTHEWS PA BldgIKy M irnmii CURES RHEUMATISM LUMBAGO SCIATICA NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE I OIOPS taken Internally rldi the blood of the poisonous matter and acids which are the direct causes of these diseases Applied externally II affords almost In itant relief from pain while a permanent aura Is belay effected b the blood dissolving the poisonous sub stance and removing from the system DR 1a D LAND Of Hrwton Oav write I bid bm S sugtrr lor a sembr at JMX with Lamteco wxl Hb um tira IIt arm tad I ou4 U4 all lee nnxlto eoatd Bather rrom mOOS1 work and also cooralt wiik Dom b r ft u w i rand DOtblOff that Par Wi roust obtained from DRltw I ihUI for rbamUal and kindred dl- wafFREEK you are intterlnff with Rheumatism Neuralgia Kidney Trouble or any kin dred disease write so us for a trial bolts of b DROPS and test It yourself aDROPS can be used any length of time without acquiring a drug habit as It Is entirely free of opium cocaine alcohol laudanum and other similar Ingredient Lers ass ttne IDROPaw1eIIe I or lalb7Yrogglata mason RHDIMATIO SURE COMMIT lm 80 1It1 Lake lUMt CalM Thousands of Acres For Sale- at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS ANa MEMPHIS Pullman sleolng and tree Excuralanaflntn onth Descriptive literature maps pamphlets fcidrrs etc on application R C TOWNSEND BTO MATTHEWS IIaPnratfTIt tmliar Tump Ipet aLUII13 LOIIISTlUt D CeWatfrsWitch SaUve For Pilcs D riis Soros DheueREVIVO RESTORES VITALITY GnE4T THE iMadl a I EVXVO aEJ1VJIDDYI rodccliuo remit In 3O ilnrx It acts powtrtally and quickly ahem when others fall I Young men can riviln their lost rnnnbooi unit i oM men inny recover their youthful vlpor by I usln 1C I VIVO It quickly nnd quietly rerowed Ncnouincfs Vitality Sciual MemoryWaUDg I I excess and Indiscretion which unllts one for ruresbyI storing brlniIDjIJllektho fire oljoulli It wanU off liP I proaiMilnjCNcasc carried In pock flyno other 1 t roo be vent t moll 100 per rnckaie or ilx for 9SUO Wo lilvo AddressLOYAL freo ndvlro nnd rnungel to all who wish It I KurMile by J II Villinms Hurt ford Ky f Ayers Pills Ayers Pillsl A Ptt Ayers Pius Keep sayingl yers Sthis jver ac 1 iZATh best laxftive DYEabeautifnlbrownb18 Ic LECTRIC i lITERSQuick Kelief andC ra forHead 1 The beat Ionic Curative ache Backacae DUcxinnaa Madlclae for these dlaV ladleeatloB Malar etc ease Sic Guaranteed r Y 1 ru forJjrJ r C M llANHTT I UIITIIjBARWETT SMIT- HATTORNEYS AT LAVA 1IAIII fOICtt 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Telephone Co operatedbyreasonable rates Prices for toll ser exi conversation 15 miles 10 eta 3d miles 15 eta 45 miles 20 cts c J W OBANNON Mgr 4Beaver Dam Ky +++1441 Id lttttttt+ttFtttbtttr r trt rttttttttttttttti i I BANK OF HARTFORD INCOI IoALI I IMti2 4 Capital Stock 4000000Surplus 12 OOOOO J j Stockholders Addil Liability 40OOOOO I + Securety to Depositors 9200000 J iJW + rIIP TnvtottIIOLHROOR Ihetors JNO C THOMAS I + Wtt tttf+ tttttt4 tbr4 r b + 1113 tttifWM FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Hartlord Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500- Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Hank Come in DIRECTORS flu LIKKNS AIVIN ROn UURCII FEIIX JIM FOLK STKVKNS WAVNB GHIKKIN I 7wwr Ci 61 i BLACK BIRKHEAD g 4 PROPRIETORS 1 Hartford and Beaver Dam Transfer I iANDFREIGHT LINEElAlso 9m General Liverymen 9 Best of iittontiiin given to stock New staple Mnin jj- J street Hartford KyEl4 i f I lt Yl YT IT TYTri0 n BUSINESS COLLEGES ARE FAILURES In small cities and towns because I There It not a lufflclent population r support a QOOD icbooli u 2 persons who are n OT QuaUne or who K make It a praceta to trawl about and do fraudthetrpalrons p01 3 There ae few II any opportunities for their graduate to secure employment In + d suchlooaliyes- rt 4 The HOROUGH business college- satetaeatedtnyheiargerehlesandareccn t 0 ducted by persons who are qualified B The ol business colleges In sitr + 91g smencitiesortowmcannotsecureemptoyment titlon with the THOROUGH graduates ctassa hoolsasbuetnessmenhaveno- ifC ytime to erpedmentrdth incompetents Therefore be wise Send lorlhe finest 6B p e catalogue ever Issued by a commercial school before deciding to threw away your money for a worthless training at some cheap school BUT AWT ft STRATTON BUSOTZ8S OOUBOX IpOUlartUe Kr THE REPUBLICANI is your Job Printing in a firstclass manner I Now is the Timelf Now when this makes one dream of the cool and delightful retreats of the Adiron dacks i I M Of the Thousand Islands of the St Lawrence j tThethousand lakes and streams of t Michigan Canada and the north west Where one can roam with fishing rod along shady forest streams and r i Ii swing the line out over the dee jjools lM Or paddle through quiet waters 1with only the music of the forest or I the ripple of the water to break the deep quiet of the solitude Now is the time to consult you nearest Big Four Agent as to routes rates and information regardin- your vacation trip Four cents in stamps will bring our Worlds Playgroud- H J RHEIN G P A- Cincinnati Q The Big Four the road with the Jf service S J GATES Genl Agt- Louisville Ky te a BIRD NEST ARCHITECTURE Interesting Developments in the Con struction of a Yellowham- mer Home A correspondent of the Lewis ton Journal writes From the windows of n Minot farm IIOUBC have been observed interesting ilnviilnntiuintu in bird neat nir li tccture Where a branch lint boon cut from an apple tree was chosen by n yellow hammer for its summer home For nearly two weeks the birds have been at work chisel III out n luit for their isiposeamong our larger Biiiumor ml grants and needs a home of gen orous dimensions in which to havepmade the hole largo enough to enter one of the birds disappear inside and from the opening sprays of tine clops seem to be blown from the birds bill Their notrso often heard as when they agnice new home shows n fine re Bard for sanitation which the bluebird for instance seems to The grass about the old apple tree Is well covered with the new chips the cavity being about five feet from the ground The crows who skulk about and raid so R I ninny nfimiH nests win not It able to enter this nest but alas the rod HquitTcl that runs up and down the wall and IK fond of till sorts of mischief ho knows nil about what the yollowlmmmcr 1111 doing and ho IH the enemy which Mistress Ydlowhamme should bo watching Would Remodel Bptlllng It is till opinion of Nature that a strong man should come forward and by his influence compel all philologists the whole world over to adopt time Lcpsiw alphiibot with two or three tri ling eliangoH w till standim which nil potsons must adopt iu transcribing the langtia os of the world not already and an olontly expressed in Homaii let tors nay more It is o bo hojioil one day that till the civilized tongues of the world Knglish French Gorman ItiiHshin Creek Arable and every other speeeli with a literature may bo written down in one form of letter lug and according to our stand nrd perhaps the Lopslus of ex pressing sounds by loiters Womnn Had Basket of ValvesIt Mrs M Henderson who liras four miles southwest of lush City was In town today with six I young wolves which she and her husband captured yesterday on i their farm says the Onrnott News The wolves wore quite young they did not have their eyes open yet amid one who did not know what they were would have said they were puppies There is a bounty of ql a head on the wolves so that Mrs Hop dorsoa will receive for the scalps of the six They made an olTort to capture the old wolf but she could tint bo found Forbidden by Law There is an old church in Wis cousin which bus no steeple be cause of a court mandate forbid thug such a construction In ISOJ a severe storm swept over the town hurling the original spire against the house next door and wrecking it The own er of the house got an injunction restraining till trustees of the i church from building another spire and this order hula held ever since lush Fires in Australia The remarkable discovery has been made that mnaimyof time re cent great hush tires III New South Wales and Victoria were caused by the phosphorus paste laid down to kill rabbits The paste Is laid down by time ton III all the rabbit infested districts As soon as the mixture dries it catches tiro under till heat of the suns rays and starts disastrous conflagrations Ills Motto Winks Do you know the mot to of Jupiter 1luvlus the god of ruinJbiksNo what is it Watch mo soakern L Lot Angeles Herald Big Actor Coming Sir Charles Wyndham and his company will make a tour of this country next year Slippery Heights Time Student There is always room at the top- e The FanDont believe theres much of it Tab+ our Naps up there and we fall off Made Him Tired Affectionate Wife George dear sit down and rest in your elegant new chair Worried Husband How can I rest In that char Emily when I know that the man Is likely to come at any moment to collect an Installment on itChicago Tribune Where Metal Does Not Bust Metal does not rust in Lake Tltlcuca South America A chain nn anchor or any article of iron if thrown in this lake and allowed to remain for weeks or mouths is as bright when taken lip as when it came fresh from the fmindry Five Times the Limit In Russia it Is illegal to marry more than five times and an octogenarian must not marry Expensive Hair A genuine lock of Dickens hair sold for 40 at a New York auctionII HIGH PRICES OF CHAIRS One Dozen of Louis XIV Days Was Recently Sold for One Hun dred Thousand Dollars ThII hiI of chairs Is strictly relative Enormous prices have been paid for chairs in recent years notably 100000 for a set of half a dozen Louis XIV chairs upholstered In Oobollr tapestry which were originally made fur Marie Antoinette Kven this price states the Cleve land Ilain Dealer by the way paidtortll 111IIJI of which brought 50000 A must valuable and historic Lilly Interesting suite of furniture is that which more than n centuiv ago wan presented Warren Hastings to Tippoo Sii bib and which was purchased at till Ionclcslwroiigh sale for ii olin The suite consists of a red raid table u sofa two small cabinets and four armchairs all of solid ivory most exquisitely cftrvod limit probably tilt most costly chair III the world is one of the many treasures of the shah of Persia It is of solid gold thickly incrusted with thin monds rubies pearls and sap phiros and its value is estimatei at 500000 In the house of commons at Westminster are two armchairs which once be longed to Gladstone and one of which was his favorite seat when at Downing street A short time ago a romantic story was told in the French pa pers of two dilapidated arm chairs which were sold among the ellects of a Mine Borg a widow who died at Dollys ar Algerian seaport town The widow was reputed to be rich lint a thorough search of her rooms failed to disclose any of her hoardings and it was as Stinted by her relatives that she hail died practically penniless Not long after the stile of her furniture however it was ob served that the purchaser of the chairs a Spanish stevedore named Ierez ceased to work be gun to walk about in tine clothes to purchase land and housesand generally gave evidence of hay lag come into a fortune Suspl clou being aroused Perez was ar rested and now stands accused of laving appropriated to his own use the old ladys fortune of at least 20000 which had been concealed by her in the dilapi dated armchairs Dig Bird in Indiana John Kruso a farmer of In diana has killed a huge bird which attacked a calf in his burn yard It is thought to be u con dot It measures seven feet six inches from tip to tip of wing and three feet two Inches front bill to tip of toll It hums u strong curved beak six Inches long and Its talons measure two and one half inches On the neck two inches below the head is u circle of pure white feathers Discovered by a Sow In the cathedral of La Paz In South America there Is preserved a silver pig with jeweled- CS a thank offering made long years ago by a pious Spanish prospector who hind been led to stumble across what proved to be an exceedingly valuable silver mine owing to preliminary investigations that had been car tied out bv nn Inonlsltlve sow Life of a Horse Civilization shortens the life of a horse In a wild state he lives to be 85 or 40 years old while the domestic horse is old at 25 years PECULIARIIHEATHENISM That of the Japanese May Be Regarded as Not Altogether Objectionable Are the Japanese heathen Yes In time minds of many persons they are linked up with the people of Patagonia and oth ct foreign lands But the Japs are a peculiar kInd of heathen says the San Antonio Tex Gazette One could almost wish that America could import some of their say age customs For instance they have what Is known as the moral code It is not a Sunday or a parade affair They do not forget it for STRONGI then membrane gakkty AgainIs Stovall Tilton Qa said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cur Hundreds Iiof wtak women being re- storedI to perfect II health this edy YOU may well you will take Indigestion nearly sickness that nourihImentdiseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate of the wholesome food that maybe eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchinghaartbum and stomach disorders Bitfests What You Eat I I XxiurtttttUkcKiSH I I rriz4 it U L4V I tle as nmeh i U I I eetryfiOAtltlt- ttnt tem ill I I e0oue I Sold 7 WAVNK UrlISFJN Nasal CATARRH In all its stages IIIElfScleanrcoathee heal the diseased It cures catarrh and drives away a cold la the bead of iy other an by rem be if It causes all the women the all the all VoL by and Creamnalm li placed Into the nortrlls spreads over the membrane and Ii absorbed Relief 111m mediate and a cure ollowi Itienotdrylnrdot- not produce ineezlnc Large Size 10 cents at Drug tote or by mill Trial Size 10 cents by mall EL BIIOTHER3 3 Warren Street New York SIX days and then Drusn the Oust off it when the minister comes to dinner on Sunday The code is a part of the national life and here it is- Diligence is ones profession Love and loyalty between mas ter and servants Decorum and propriety Gallantry and bravery Truthfulness and justice Simplicity and frugality Contempt and meanness The best thing in religion is love for it combines tenderness charity compassion courtesy decency respect It is a com bination of all the virtues and the Taps have taken this best thing and molded it into their lives until the people have be conic arftsts lovers of the beau tiful They regard gardens as their choicest possessions and believe that care for time aged is a privilege instead of a duty It was the emperor of this heathen laud who commanded his soldiers to not only fight va liantly for their native land but to love their enemies And the prisoners of Japan found better treatment than their own homes afforded Prof Nitobe says What Christianity has done in Europe towards arousing compassion in the minds of belligerent horrors love of music and letters has done in Japan when Buying Boots It is now if generally accepted theory that the human foot varies in the course of the 24 hours On rising in the morning the foot is at its smallest During the day it gradually increases in BJ7c reaching the limit at three p m After this it remains the same until we retire when it slowly decreases Thus the best time for buying boots or shoes is in the middle of the afternoon when our feet are at their larg est Marble Playing Children played marbles on the streets many years ago Playing marbles have been found among the ruins of Pompeii Originally this childs amuse ment came from Holland and was introduced into England about KiJlO The marbles were made of clay stono and agate and so extensive was the call for them that they came to be considered an important article of trade In Oorninnw Cumbf r TELE 1ANDTheres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and place ol business My business bass increased and my wiles voice Is nev er heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition T j IYIORGM Mgr WlIl D m Oh o Coursp Circuit Court TKlllrkbmd Judjre flea D IllDno Attorney O onr JllJklff Jailer Ed 0 HarrnxR Clerk Kruuk L Y4lr llnitcr Com mliuli nrrY L Mu pler Truntvo Jury Fund II It Miirtln Sheriff Iii tford Dtpntj Sheriff5 A llrntihtr L V Crowd r 13 II Mown Grant Inllnnl rCourtcoovene rat Mon tiny In March and August and continues three- weekaan third Monday In tiny and November two weeks County Court W II Taylor Judge 11 5- TIaleyClerkEM Woodward Attorney Hart fwd Jirconrtconrenea Brat Monday In each month MondayInCourt of Clulmi Convene aret Monday In JaB nary Tuesday after etcond Monday In October Other Officer V Morley Surveyor ShreTt 8 W Leech Aamisorlloti ItoyJamee DewiestiSchool Superintendent Hartford Uerome Allen Coroner J let o Tuaticaej CovLzt- oNinrra8 leaver Uum Marth 2m June 23 September M December S4 W I Miller none BrunchMarch It Jane 25 September 25 December 20 SeptentberW n Edge FordTlll9 March W Jose 1 September 27 Deirm ber 28 U 8 Chamberlain BedaMarch 3t June 28 September 23 December 29 Herbert Render Centertown March SO Jane 23 HeptewberSfl December 30 John II Mlle Hockport March 31 June 80- September30 December 31 r ainrtford 2cllco Court r Attorney y Tenen second Monday In each month T1gtou Srvlc t M E Church SouthSerTlc third Sunday each month at 11 aIII and 7 pm and aecon wednedayveningBaptist CharcbServlceheld Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night PrBJ1ImeetingGardner pastor CI ChnrchSerTlcea tnt Sunday la each monthatllamand7pm Rev J D flunod pastor School TrulteealI41 tlordC M Crowe J B DleodletonCity ConncllJ H William Mayor C M HPendtooDrJ W Taylor Scret SocleUe A O U ft meeta ar tand third Friday nights In each mouth MuonlInMondaynlgh Hurttord Tent No 09 Knights of the Macea bees erery Thursday night nouRh RIver LOdlctNoIIOKlllghtiol Fythl meets every Tiesday night Preston Morton Post No4 0 A Rt hold rig nlarmee tings Saturday beforettrstSnnday oath month Southern Raiway M Shortest and Fastest Lines 14IvOSYI- e LonisvilleDanville ani Lexington TO 81 1ouisflnIhe WestT- wo Fast Trains Daily running through solid from Danville to St Louis without change with connec ting cars from Lexington as follows Lve Lexington 545 a m Lve Danville 530 a m Lve Louisville 900 a m Arr St Louis 612 p m Vestibuled coaches and Observa tion Cafe Car Lve Lexington 500 p m Lve Danville 445 pm Lve Louisville 1015 p m- Art St Louis 732 a m Pullman Sleeper and Free Reclin ing Chair Car Most direct line to Chattanooga Atlanta Knoxville and all South eastern points including Asheville N C and the beautiful Land of the Sky and Toxawaji country Send 2 cent stamp for Land of the Sky Booklet and other illustrated literatureW MORGAN D T- Lexington Ky H C KING G P T A 111 East MainLexingtonKy J F LOGAN T P A 111 East Main St Lexington Ky A R COOK C P T A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C H HUNGERFORDDPA 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky JC BEAN A G P A St Louis Mo Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN Irtfrd RepublfcSn t FRIDAY AUGUST 31t 4 IiCHANGE IN COAST LINES I i j Have Made Many Vlcltil In Shores of the Bay iCenturles of Naples the first tune has the I the IhlJof Naples changed its ancient level The nrth movements on the Neapolitan oast were exhaustivcly studied by n British exploring party only three years ago and thTe suddentausl and majestic processes that af fect the coast lines of ronti + nents Hut sudden disturbance J ilncex oCIthe columns of the Temple of Setapis 111 feet above sea level wereiahlpiit since the Homan dominion Neapolitan coast Hank 515 flUI and then rose about 20 feet I hItIIft wilts a A good many delusions werpj dissipated as the result of throve fresh inquiries Tiie submerge Roman ruins along the coast j used to be as founda Ihaththat they are the remains ofIt noble mansions and that they ImdtJ above the level of the sea Tit sliore is in fact strewn with tIlt wreck of buried cities Coast It roads have vanished ancient quarries been Hooded and tin breakwaters of the harbors ur classical story covered fathom drip with water Of Lord Rosebervs villa j down in the bottom of the satcovering dozens of acres lie tliej ruins of many buildings Ai I at submarine sea wall with r stillprotectsneither the fragments nor tin J isillMoIJuyears I ART IMPROVEDON NATURE EloquentThan Energetic Lecturer I Gentlemen thundered the energetic lecturer we live iii pessimistic times Our leading politicians our pulpit orators our great philosophers our I nOfIlists tWImlselYI best And gentlemen are they Arerof civilization Nature is na ture and we are her children nature is good and wise and beautiful and true nature tlI tables us and makes us free from guilt and deceit Here there was a stir in the audience Hold on guvnor Jx ok here shouted a man who laid been intently listening This is my wig mill these mr falw ccWhatsort of a fright would I be with out them They lick nature all to pieces I can tell you You hold on a bit- Advance of Surgery Twenty years ago HO per cenl of eases of amputation termin ated fatally but under the mix cm system of antiseptic surgery the danger of this oM raUon his been so fill reduced that tin rate I of mortality does not now exceed from G to 12 per cent of tbe ninu her of cases JI1 TAYLOR MINES Aug 29Mra Roy Seott rylo has accepted the position as rniiii tr for Taylor Coal Company left iitSunday for Louisville to purcbit r her new goods Mrs Dorthy Barrass was the IlU13it of relatives in Williams Mine San day Mr J P Barnard was in iarm I vl h lJ rIaIu rua1 r MisGeorgiatGsravnGird and little rfztuVhtcr of llhToigarc the guest rtfMrL neck T Drapes old fluuily this Slurs B PaBdJE fi Hudson SundayI3MIV returned to their home in Owensboro Saturday after a months visit here i Mrs Laura Litesacd Miss Stella Miller attended church at Liberty SundayDr Mrs R H Miner who- loowbeen visitingWssv Millers par ents Mr and Airs 0 is Jones for a few days left IrviLiy for Bards town where they vilt make their future home Mr L T Drafw was the guest of relatives in WKSaaos Mines Sat urdayMiss Mattie Martiii left Sunday for Horton aftcr a Uro weeks visit tt her parents llesdames Tfarcy Williams and Jhn Veller visited jsratives in Hartford Thursday i =As oHrArstseI9t f31 YQIUIpJS rQp Sutait 1ifl Insurance De =rtJFlnt of KenI lnf y- FrankfortA 3r J3th 190G Whereas The National Life In surance Company lecated at Montpelier Vt C1efjf the actual capital required unier the laws of this CommojnvHtXh and has com plied with nil the 7t juirements of said laws which cs applicable to Life Insurance Gumptnfes incorpor ated by or don Winess in other States of the United States Now therefore 3r Henry R Prewitt InsunmceCommissoner for the State of KeniDttjr in pursuance of the authority reij d in me by the laws of this Commotmcfllth do here by certify that C U Barnett and CoE Smith of Hartford in the County of Ohio art authorized as Agents of tbe afonvna Company to transact the Lusints of Insurance fur one year Than Arp 1 1906 in tm State as prodded by the laws thereof In Testimony Bhwcof I have hereunto subscribed say name and caused my official Seal to be affixed tn the day and vetr first above written HEXEV K PaFniTT- InsuTsncc Commissioner r In JWtsnory Of Miss VastieWfuI 3 daughter of G J and Rebeoni Vifeon who de parted this life ui 1st home near Rosine Ky Jurc3SI90 Jurt two months 1rtoday Death again vhilti this home And took a loved isHtaasy Leaving them alt sn Jom Twas in moms Kirfjlfeht As the sun ptnjod upca the spark ling dew An angel softYJJdhAr Iweer waiting forYou And took this dadajff from their sight the sweetest smile cpcn her lips did pjayAs say nvadvar Lm going away There to heaven n flit took its flight Te dwoll where sB a pure and bright Around the fireside is a vacant chair And herlovine voi is stilled But in heaven another enticement thereWhich never can be ilfied Sisters rememba the pifeosures of long ago Today shes cnjujEC heaven to us unseen Wearing garments ibe as snow And you can jilas around her grave of green In dTieaprinBtimEltcniHas left us ToO ue only can tsMhnw we miss ydff But rtiGod whoJtrflDoreft us fill wenwetm die land beyond the blue Foday shes pluckfacJlnwars an the Other Shore Sinking over a tfix psomfaed land Dear father snit atotliecr uere weeping is tlorltre Atwaaround yjiccotttiyi door Dear parents i5li with tender speech To the cm3apntiel elog And for her vee7rtszsore Lbeseecfl But listen tohcr ms new praises tihjr Ayp 26 190C JESSIE SMALLHOUS Ip u Add 29MnL Mary Taylor elf near Hop yell attended churchat the Smallhous Baptist church Sun day Mrs James Bennett Hartford was in our midst Saturday Rev G H Lawrence andwife and Mrs Fred Boone and little Miss Ethel Boone attended the association at Mt Carmel in Muhlenberg conn ty last Tuesday and Wednesday Charlie Dever is visiting Herschel King this week John Godsey and wife Olaton were the guests of his brothers Tom and Bob Godsey several days recently David Oldham who has been quite sick at Charles Overtons is better Mr Smith and two sons were the guests of John Lewis and family re centlyHenry Deaver and wife Sulphur Springs were guests of Jim King and family from Tuesday until WednesdayJohn is on the sick list I Mr and Mrs Alva Calloway at tended the burial of David Igleluart the 23rd inst W T Lawrence who has been visiting relatives in Breckenridge coun ty has returned Rev G H Lawrence and wife have returned from a visit to her parents Capt and Mrs A B Stan DamI was at Smallhous recentlyMr Mrs Shelby Ashby of Waltons Creek were guests of Mr and Mrs James Withrow Saturday Mrs Henry L Brown and Mrs Logic Rowe are quite sick J B Brown who has been sick for sometime is not much if any bet terMrs Rhoda Heavrin Indiana is the guest of Wm Addington and familyRev L P Drake Centertown preached at Smallhous church last SundayAmong those who attendedchurch at Smallhous wereRev L W Tiche nor and wifeS W BilbroMatanzas Mrs Rhodie Heavrin of Indiana Mrs J C Bennett Hartford Rev L P Drake and two children Cen tertown Bud Boehm Daviess county Mr and Mrs Arvil Ball and little child Owensboro were the guests of their parents Mr and Mrs W 11 Balls and Judson Ashby and wife Rev G H Lawrence baptised Mr Stofer Sunday Miss Nettie Geiger is on the sick listLouis Geiger fell and hurt Ins back Saturday and is not able to be outW C Overhults is having chill- sBlttchardsCalbert of Shawnee town Ill was in our midst Monday night nProf Stubbs cliargo of the largest Alligator in captivity will attend the Fair Bring the children out to see it GOODBYE OLD COW lIoodII1 old cow yonro got to KO Ol courts til hard to tell you no For your forelntlieni and my own for yure thin Old town burs known Youre lank nod flabby to lie brief Vonre At lor ntlthtr milk nor L- Yon live sod trued on our vnUii Oct nothing to rat cinne heatel tnlki Yon ruin our trees nod g rdcim too You greatly dfimiftp not a few You yield but little nt your tint And then go dry ilx months to vast- You come and go at your will From ndxhhorn corn you got n nil With stomach large sad udder small I cant like your way atoll Yon need a place where trim In green Where you con live And not be Been Wlirre yon can Oil snit Oil fiKoln dud leer no earn from any man Now I took nt you with and regret And mourn to think weever met For every wrinkle on yourjiorn Iroclnlme of stolen hay mud corn You cant claim thle taw new For other rattle go a well ue you So good by old cow youve got to K- tll coursetla hard to tell you MI Sly neighbor farmers live with ease They lose no garden green or trees Tbe reason simple plain und true Their cattle dont run out tike you Kurh roan log stock no more Ill fwd henceforth Ill try Another breed plainly see uiy error now Youve rot to go goodbye old cow sun ow Sheriffs Sale By virtue of executions directed totrie which issued from the Clerks Office of the Ohio Circuit Court In favor of J W Henry against Isaac the same course to a corner thence rn 4Iv 4 x t MiVMNAMyMIMi1NMtf 1 1 wrrAUuU SAtE NftONI August 15 to September 1 AT0 Long Cost ECOWOMT STORE I All Summer Goods will be sold for space and not for profit We must do this to 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 sale and let us show you the goods and make you prices on our Clothing 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 newthings forFall andWinter And as we have stated we must close out all Summer Stock Remnants LONG rCOSECONOMY STORE Hartford Kentucky a1W u u W JMd N fNWlfVIiiR n Great Opportunity One ParePlus 200 To NEW YORKA- ND RETURN VIA Big FourLSMSand NYCHRRys Through the beautiful Mohawk Valley down the Hudson River and into the Heart of the City in the lintel Theatrical and Business Dis tricts Connection can be made at Depot with Subway Elevatedand Surface Cars to all points in the city Dates of sale August 28 and 29 1900 with liberal return limit For full information apply to near est Big Four agent or address H J RHEIN G Pr- Cincinnati A 0 J GATES General Agent Louisville Ky Louisville Live Stock Market CATTLE Chiller butcher steer fl 26 fa fl 75 Fiilr tu Rood butcher utiem 1 501 43 Choice Imtcher velfen 3 75 la 4 25- 1alr to good butcher betters 3 5t a 71 Choice butcher cows 3 28 cJ S 75 FIr tu god butcher cone 7 Sflw S M Choke much cane 34 Wit 40 M Medium tu good inllch cows SO 00 It 30 01 HOUS CholrepnckliiK 0300 Itn a IS ft 130 Medium packer 1M to 2DO ns d SI W 615 Light Shippers Ito to 160 tbe 8 25 Choice plft 90 to ISO ms 6 5001 I S3 S HIIKEI AM LAUIIS- Kttlr to ROCil Hhe X 00 fS 3 50 Choice shipping lambs 7 25 41 7 At I oodiM rt 5 50 Hartford Produce Market Reported by the Hartford Coramlnlon Co COUNTRY IllODUCE- llntter good country lie lIMei green NC Now teiithru per pound 40c Eggs II c- Ireue 7tc Spring chickens elke Packing huttertOeItooitere young nnd old e Ducks per pound e Turkeys MM G5 Se Cnltereal 4300 Q 1310 Shown I or one of my Deputies will on Monday the 3rd day of Sep tember 1906 between the hours of one oclock p mjand 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 satisfy Plaintiffs debt 5560 interest and costs towit Beginning at G J Mitchells comer thence in a N direction with Maples line and R P Carters line to Crabtrees corner in Duvall line thence NE 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 Road as itris c llodfn r iJ J1U1 I R W King JEWELER AND OPTICIAN HARTFORD KY All this 1 for in in a All at the y +W I 1 of con has rate of of of j us J N E to the corner of 0 R the Barnett line I with line and with to the j 60 acres more or as the of Isaac Terms Sale will be k t v- Js kinds of Repair work done with neatness and patchBring your Clocks Watch es Eyeglasses or Jewelry tome Elegant Shirt Waist Sets Belt Buckles Collar But tons Rings lint Pins Watches Chains Silver Knives Forks Spoons Sugar Shells Cream Ladles Salad Forks Gravy Ladles Berry Spoons Butter Knives and t I Soup Spoonsespecially suited Wedding Presentsand shorteverything usually kept firstclass Jewelry Store very lowest prices Place of 8ir1e 206 Main Street In the Hartford House uYJlf TrueINATIONAL I LIFE INSURANCE CO OF VERMONT =Fiftysix and onehalf years honest servative8uccessfulmanagement madeIconpaniesin and Expense any Company equal age Unexcelled strength assets guaran stabilityI Talk it over with BARNETT SUITEHartford Republican Office I Tinsley- in Alexander corInerStrattons Maples beginning containing lesslevied upon property ShowanI Necklaces But credit of three months bond with approved security bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum theforceofAugust 4 eoByWOAsHLEY i wit