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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w t m t artferb atpublicau l Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1906 No 8 BRYANS POWER LOST nds His Chance for Nomina tion By One Speech Democrats Who Saw In Him a Moses Are Sorely Disap pointed Washington Sept 5Two months ago William J Bryan was as good as nominated for President in the opin ion of most Democrats Today there are almost as many Democrats who question the wisdom of placing his name at the head of the national ticket in 1908 His advocacy of the Government ownership of railroads is the cause of this sudden revulsion of feeling Never before perhaps has such tremendous enthusiasm for an indi tdual been so precipitately and ef fectually dampened as in this in stanceLast Thursday night Madison Square Garden in New York with capacity of 20000 or more could no hold the crowd that wanted to see hear and cheer the great Commoner Within twentyfour hours he was al most being execrated by the rank and file of Democracy because in stead of proving to be the long awaited Moses he has again sundered the elements of his party which for ten years discordant were fast reaching a state of homogeneity TOO REVOLUTIONARY Government ownership of rail roads is too drastic tid revolution ary a proposition in the judgment of conservative Democrats more so than the free coinage of silver at 16 to 1 was in 1896 Some Democrats of an intense na ture actually shed tears when they discussed the situation so deep and poignant is their disappointment There is no denying the fact that Mr Bryan was led into his great blunder by his own egotism He was confident that anything in the form of an economic novelty he might advocate would take like a successful vaccination with the Dem ocracy and when party leaders ex with him not to urge Government ownership of railroads in his Madison Square speech he grandly and contemptuously waived them aside and declared he knew what he was doing and that it was all right Such men as Senator Bailey of Texas Gov Folk of Missouri and other prominent Democrats labored with him to omit that portion of his speech They urged that it was aI mistake and would not be kindly re ceived They intimated as plainly as was consistent with good manners and reverence for his commanding prestige that it might render him unavailable for the next Presidential nomination But it was in vain He said he had thought it all out and believing it was sound in principle would stick to it He stuck to it all right then followed the ice water doucheBryan may be the candidate in 1908 but he cant make the plat form muttered Bailey fiercely He cant be candidate and platform too I can tell you and the tone in which he said it indicated that if he had anything to do with it Bryan would not even be the candi date Bryan must explain himself be fore Georgia Democrats indorse him declared Livingston emphati cally We are not going to help 1nominate a man who would cause the creation of the most stupendous political machine in history and thats what Government ownership t I of railroads with their million and a quarter of employes would mean Why a man who was President when that thing happened could perpetu ate himself in office could establish a dynasty in the White House Strange Story i Willie Herschell Zink 14 years of age and the son of a farmer near 1 Knpttsville Ky was picked up by Policeman Saunders Monday on the t water front says the Evansville Courier The boy told the officers at police headquarters a half dozen stories of how he got away from his home He first informed them that his father was dead After being at the station for an hour or so he reversed his first tale and admitted that his father lived at Knottsville Ky a small village back in the Ken tucky hills near Owensboro Willie sold that he was run away from home by his neighbor boys who threatened to shoot him three weeks ago The boy will be sent home to his parents Lawn Fete wasIrl Varioustgames were little cozy corner Refreshments were served after which all enjoyed the game mouse Those present were Misses Mary E Marks An nie Sarah and Alice Keown Ruth and Alma Riley Alice Taylor Ozona Moscley Beura Bean Tina Yeiser Beryl MayNora WeddingEva Gaul Ottotley Joshua Fields Martin Thomas Sidney Williams Allison Barnett Willie Riley and Frank Foreman OFF FOR THE CAVE Seven School Boys Now Seeing the Worlds Greatest Na tural Cavern The greatest undertaking ever assumed by any Ohio county newspa per is now an accomplished fact We refer to our free trip to the evepObiocouniy ated a few months ago The con test closed August 18 and the trip was arranged for this week At 230 oclock Tuesday afternoon the seven bright school boys from various parts of the county as fol lows Robert Davis Hartford Johnnie Wallace Rosine Elijah Daniel Olaton Roy Keown Fords ville Sherman ChamberlinNocreek Rowe Condit Matanzas and Carroll Smith McHenry accompanied by Jesse C Smith Taffy as an invit ed guest of TUB IEPUBLICAN John Smith of Ceralvo brother of Editor C E Smith Roy Forrester of TilE REPUBLICAN typographical force andeditor C M Barnett left Hart ford for Cromwell where they boarded the Green river packet Bowling Green at 6 p m and at 130 a m next day landed at the world read known and visited caveWhile there they willexplore what is known as both the short and long route of the cave and will con sequently cross the historic Echo river which is supposed to bean arm of Green river probably 500 feet un der ground and in all a distance of forty miles in the bowels of the earth They will remain at the his toric place until today when they will return by way of Steamer Park City arriving here sometime this evening pe Falls on Lost Treasure Onen buro Inqalrtr Gabe Gatton an old colored man relates a peculiar incident which occurred while he was cutting some weeds on a vacant lot on the Leitch field road Gatton cut the same lot last year and has for several years previous Last year while cutting the weeds he lost a piece of money that would more than recom pence him for his labor and he was somewhat reluctant about tackling the job this year but as he needed the money he put his rabbits foot in his pocket his sickle over his shoulder and went after the weeds He had no thought of finding the dollar that he had lost last year but in some manner he stumbled and fell To his surprise he saw the lost dollar or another one staring him in the face He picked it up rubbed it on his jeans and thanked the good Lord that he brought his rabbits foot along THE OHIO COUNTY FAIR Popular Entertainment for Ohio County People Many New Features This Year List of Premi ISplendid for Everything Less than two more weeks now remain before the beginning of the Ohio county Fair The fact that it is to be held three weeks earlier this year than during former seasons will no doubt meet the approval not only of exhibitors of stock farm products etc but fair going people of all classes will be more than pleas ed with the early date The grounds are being repaired and beautified for the occasion and when the gates are thrown open the first day September 19th the best kept race trackof the highest speed beautiful grove and many other notable features and beauties of the historic place will be beheld Some of the best race stock in the State will be there to compete for the many liberal premiums Hun dreds of interesting and instructive exhibits for the farmers who will come to see and learn and exchange ideas with their neighbors splen did specimens of needle workchoice lot of jams jellies and preserves will bethere for the housewife to admire In fact many things of interest to everyone will be there Kohlers Celebrated Concert Band will make music and the genial man agement will spare no effort to make this years fair the best in its history AS1f E Notice ThVMagfslerial District of Center town will meet at Central Grove Saturday September 8 1906 at 2 oclock All Unions of said district are requested to send a full delega tion All others are respectfully in vited to attendM D ASHBY Secy The Cow and Her Domain Editors REPUBLICAN I notice in your issue of last week a dissertation on the cow by Bub re dUced to verse and as its headlines Goodbye Old Cow indicate is an argument in favor of forever put ting the dear old creature away Your forefathers and my own for years this old town have known reads the introductory lines of the well arranged poem For years and years Hartfords citizenry have un molested kept cows and during the summer months have grazed them on the unoccupied pasture lands ad nevI er any complaint offered by the owners of the vacant land to this order of things On the contrary they rather approved the plan for it kept the underbrush and luxuriant vegetation from fairly taking the land And these people are not now the ones who are so strenuously ob jecting to the cows being permitted to stray away to their accustomed haunts in the bottoms neither are the citizens as a rule whose resi dence here date from a very remote period opposed to the cows liber tyThe lines which read you ruin our trees and gardens too seem toI me to be somewhat at variance with the facts as a rule There are but few of the lank and flabby as Bub is pleased to call the dear old cows that are given to depredation These tis true should be eliminat ed but how can Bub be so heart less as to say of the dear old family cow Youre fit for neither milk nor beef Should I ever utter so vile a slander against the dear old thing I could not thereafter look her in the face But to the kernelof the question There are always two sides to any matter of public con cern and especially is jt true of this one With no established dairy from which to procure the indispen sable product of the old cow and many of the citizens having no available summer habitation for old sookie and none to be hadI x isiy necessitates an absolute surrender of former conditions and manner of livingUnder the operation of the recent ly enacted ordinance some of our citizens are actually denied what to some is a luxury and to some an ab solute necessary of life andwho are benefitted might be asked with due propriety Bubs argument is good Ill concede but his premises are at variance The cows that hab itually prowl about the streets should be eliminated But it is a hardship on many without a cor responding benefit to as many oth ers to compel all our citizens to confine or keep up their cowsCITIZEN C PISTOL DUEL i aught With a Fatal End fn a Town in the Hoosier State Linton Ind Sept 3A duel in the lobby of the Vandalia Coal com panys office this afternoon between Will T Stull and W D Reid resulted in Reid getting fatally shot and Stull seriously injuredIThe trouble is said to be the re sult of Stull getting too friendly Thursdaynighthome he found Stull with his wife on the front porch There Reid drew his razor but was stopped from doing harm by his lit tle daughter who happened in and faintedToday Stull who b check weigh man at Vandajia mine No5 was in the office making out the days report Reid who is driver for the Alex Davis Banking company ap peared at the office with a gun Jn his hand and requested Stull to come outside Stull stepped back and got his gun Reid fired the first shot which took effect in Stulls left leg The latter then began fir ing and the shots took effect in Reids groins and left hand Both of the men are highly respected citizens A Delightful Party The little folks enjoyed an after noon party Tuesday given by Mr and Mrs G B Likens at their home in East Hartford in honor of their son Edwards fifth birthday From 4 to 6 oclock they made that part of the town ring with play and laugh terAmong the amusements the little ones enjoyed successful ascensions of a large balloon and an elephant Each member drew a paper bag filled with peanuts and candy two bags containing prizes Master Elijah Thomas drew the first prize a silk handkerchief and Master Dan tel Midkiff drew the second prize a writing set Refreshments consist ed of lemonade and cake Miss Annie Patton was present and assisted in entertaining the little folks Good humor and the very best behavior prevailed among them and they all expressed themselves as having a good time Edwardwas the happy recipient of many nice presents HERBERT Rev R T Bruner filled his regu lar appointments here Saturday and SundayMr Emmet Chambliss and sister Mabel of Fordsville Miss Eunice Bruner of Owensboro Mr and Mrs John Livingston of Whitesville Mr and Mrs S L Phillips of lEtnaville attended church here Sunday Mts Nora Chambers Mr Elias Lyons Mr Herbert Haynes and little Josephine Milligan are all quite sickMr Arthur Burdette left Saturday to attend Hartford College Miss Maggie Chambers will begin school at Floral this week Mr and Mrs C W Phillips andI son JameS visited Mrs Robert Mil MondayMiss Miller has returned home after a weeks visit to Whites villeMrs Emma Miller is at home aft r a two weeks visit in Owensboro HARTFORD COLLEGE Opens For Fall Session With Strong Faculty and Large Attendance The ringing of the College bell at 830 oclock Monday morning an nounced to the students that vaca tion days were over and that the formal opening of the twentysixth session of Hartford College was at handAt 900 oclock the opening song was rendered to an enthusiastic and appreciative body of studentsteach ers and friends which Utterly packed the large chapel Seated at the front were the members of the Board of Education and the teach ers while in all parts of the hall could be seen the familiar faces of patrons and friends anxiously con cerned in the success of the college and the welfare of the teachers and students The picture of the solid mass of faces differed from similar pictures at former openings Many strange faces of new students could be seen here and there President L N Gray congratulat ed all on the auspicious opening and the flattering outlook for the year He spoke briefly of some of the re theBoardefficient teachers of the bettergrad ation and classification of pupils and of the plans for the present year He emphasized the importance of students being regular and punctual in their attendance at school and urged parents to see to it that their children miss no time from school He closed by giving good wholesome advice tostudentsespecially to the new ones Excellent short addresses were made by the members of the Board Judge Glenn Hon C M Crowe and Col C M Barnett Dr E W Ford Judge J P Miller and James Bennett spoke in behalf of the citi zens and welcomed the new students into their homes Total enrollment up to date by departments is as follows Primary 39 Intermediate 29 Grammar 40 SubCollegiate 32 Collegiate 55 Commercial 12 Music Total enrollment in all departments 207 The total number of nonresident students is 26 Many other nonres ident students have expressed their intention of entering within the next two or three weeks The num ber of nonresident students at the fall opening has increased from 3 in 1904 to 26 in 1906 BUFORD Sept5Mrs I P Barnard of Louisville visited her mother Mrs Mary Bell here last week Rev R T Bruner who has been our pastor for three years has re sined We then called Bro 0 M Shultz of Hartford for next year Miss Nannie Collins of this place and Mr Cleveland Heflin of Center town were married in Hartford Sunday evening They will make their home at Centertown Mesdames Mary Newton and John Blair visited Albert Chinn and family of Beaver Dam last week Mrs Worth Wade of Taylor Mines returned home the 26th aft er a weeks visit to her parent R C Hudson and wife Horace Bell visited in Hartford Saturday night and Sunday Born to the wife of William Nich olson a fine boy August 20 Moth er and child doing well Mrs Jack Kirk is visiting her mother Mrs Roach of Southerland Station this week W N Blair of theGoshen Neigh borhood visited his parents Tuesday Mr Charley Whayland of Owens boro returned home Thursday aft erseveral days visit to R R Cun diff and family Mrs Bettie Richardson and Dollio Pate visited Mr Granvill Pattonand family of Barnetts Creek Monday MiSs Dora Ralph of Owensboro Visited Miss Renyce Jewell one day last weekI came f in July to make this his home could not stand the climate and started the 5th for his old home in Pleasant Hill 11- 1Miss Alice Dodson of Masonville is visiting her sister Mrs S J HusseyTwo of Mr John Hoglands children have typhoid fever C W Hussey and sister Mrs Martha Potts of Carmel III returned to their home last week aft er several weeks visit here FOR THE BUSY READER w President Roosevelt has written to Public Printer Stillings that if the proposed simplified spelling in offi cial documents meets public approv al itwill be made permanent If not he writes it will be dropped W J Bryan during the week will proceed to his home in Lincoln Neb On the way he will probably speak at Detroit and in Chicago he will be the guest of the Iroquois I S 4 Club where he is to make an ad s dress S- L The trial of Curt Jett for the al leged murder of James Cockrill was delayed in Cynthiana because of the failure of the noted prisoner to ar rive from the penitentiary the au thorities there misunderstanding the order for his removal e Fletcher D Proctor Republican was Tuesday elected Governor of Vermont over Percival W Clement the Fusion candidate by a majority estimated at 15000 National issues did not figure largely in the contest Two Republican Congressmen were elected The Hon W J Bryan has decided to come to Louisville at noon September 12 and remain over until the next morning During the afternoon of that date an opportunity will be given Mr Bryans friends to meet him at one of the Louisville i hotels C t Ira N Terrill recently released from State Prison in Lansing Kan r where he served a term on murder conviction is seeking the indictment of the present Governor and two former Governors of Kansas and certain Oklahoma officials on the ground that he was unlawfully held under peonage and was not guilty as charged of murder It I What was probably the greatest assemblage of war vessels in the history of the Western hemisphere was reviewed Monday by President Roosevelt in the waters of Long Island Sound off Oyster Bay In the fleet was the newest and best of the vessels of the American navy including all that is most efficient in the variours classes of battle ships cruisers torpedo boat destroyers and submarines In the fleet commanded by Rear Admiral Evans there was 15000 men to cheer President Roosevelt as the Mayflower stearcd through the lines of war ships RenderLyons Mr Wayne Render son of our townsman Mr W B Render and Miss Luceil Lyons were united in marriage at Oklahoma City Oklahoma a few days ago The REPUBLI CAN joins Mr Renders many friends here in extending hearty good wish es Concerning the newly wedded young folks The DemocraticTopic local newspaper of Norman Okla says The bride is the beautiful and accomplished daughter of Mrs N F Oldham and is one of Nor mans most popular young ladies Mr Render is the electrician for the Electric Light Company and also the landlord of the Agnes Hotel He is an Industrjous sober young business manOh me Whats the mut ter I am so anxious to at tend the Fair When you come bring your sweetheart with you e 0 00 k kX e3 Xk e3e i xxxx x I xxx xOH1O FA1R- x x t x x = omo TO BE HELD AT I xxx xi COMMENCING IflrTrflrfl xx WULk n v 71 oU DAYSe I Everybody Will Be There and You Cant Afford to Miss ItI e More attractions than over before shown The very liberal premiums offered will bring an immense array of fine = 0 Stock and Superior Farm Products will be supplemented with rare amusements for the benefit of the people secured at v extra largo expense Kohlers Celebrated Cornet Band will furnish the music A laugh for every minute A sigh for every eye An occasion you will long remember The opportunity is yours Dont let it pass Reduced rates on railroads 1 if lR HOLBROOK Preso R E LEE SIMMERMAN Secy 3 1- j4444444444444444444444416 t 8 f r r A mm SIGHT Crazy plan Kept in Court 4house Yard All Day A Fine Illustration nt New Law I Passed by the BccKhamHaR er Administration IlN Ofil Slonlliit Urtii I Tho people who were in Mayfield Tuesday had Ilsplendld ilustmtionof j the working of the new law govern ing the carrying of patients to the asylum which the KecklmmI lager administration had passed nt the last Ivgislnluro that the machino pets might extract more money from the State treasury Mr Kaler who suddenly developed a violent case of insanity was tried Tuesday morning by the court conIf1nementried off on the 1045 a tive or friend to the asylum to which he was assigned But under the new law he had to be held until some one could he notified and come from Frankfort to take charge of him and the result was he had lobo guarded by his friends until the nr rival of the party and he was kept in the court house yard all day and his ravings attracted the attention of the curious and a crowdof small boys and men hung around the whole time The sight is said to have been t pitable to behold The oilicer never arrived until this morning and the poor demented man had to bo guard ed nil night by his friends who had to pay their own expenses to keep Mr Kaler from going to jail as the old soldier had to do several months agoThis gives our people a fair idea of what the IteckhamHager crowd did tt put money into the pockets of their henchmen Everything that could possibly be taken from the people without actually stealing was turned their way and put into the hands of the gang that they might by the money and influence continue themselves in power Are the people of Graves county going to endorse such a gang We think not No one would buy a sailboat with sails that could not be reefed There are always that possibility of of a little too much wind that makes ttcautious man afraid to go unpro vided The thinking man whose stomach sometimes goes back on him provides for his stomach by keeping a bottle of Kodol For Dyspepsia withinreach Kodol digests what you eat and restores the stomach to the condition to properly per porm its functions Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Which is Wiser A farmer becomes anxious about the future of his family and he takes out an insurance policy paying thereon an annual premium which perhaps he cannot very well say he has not done wisely Life is uncer tain and it seems to us if anything could make n thoughtful husband and father lie uneasy in his grave it is the leaving of dependent ones un proved forat the mercy of adverse fateAnother farmer sees conditions abut make his struggle for success an almost hopeless one and involves the future of his family in doubt He seizes upon the means of eharg ing the conditions so as to assure his own success and bring him means to enjoy with his family means to enable him to so direct his efforts as to bring him independence and place the future of his family entirely be yond the reach of doubt And it costs him very little to do itlittle effort and less money organization to control his products and make his busiuess profitable Admit that both of these parties do wisely which is tho wiser Good for the cough removes the l Ai cold the cause of the cough Thats the work of Kennedys Laxatives IHoneyand Tarthe original laxa tive cough syrup Contains no opiates Sold by Z Wayne Griffin z Bro What Does This Mean rrnnkfortCiill limn Gov Beckham in his opening address i at Lexington charges his op ponent Senator McCreary with t organizing the whisky interests of the State and all the unlawful ele I r V ments jn the large cities to encom D u NO MAN IS STRONGER THAN HIS STOMACH Let tll uriiitcst ntlilcii hnvuilyfiiinila and hU muscle would HNJII Ihvxl rul strength Is iliflvtxl from food If n tGngtlIfvcTtcd Into nutrition tliroiiuli the atom nch mill iMiivcU It depend on tlio stroiiKtli of tlif stomach to what ixtcnt food iatiii Is dlgts ail and uninitiated Iloplc can illi of ftiirvutlon who huvo ahmidant heal to rut when the stomas and Its uisoiliitu oritiinsof dlcistlon und dutl1Iitiglut of tliilKnly If thnstonmch II weal the INK v tII1H weak also INVIIIIMI It Is Hion tho sliiimicli the Ill relies for Its Klrciigtli And as the IHNIlIIIISIIIrltlll n up of Hi+ several Will IXTM arilorgans o the weakness of tho body us a co11etIoeurP Shim aili will lx dlstrlliuteil nmougthu or uans which comp o+ tho liody If tho lx11 Is weak Ixcaiiso It Is Illnourlsheil that pliyslcnl weakness will l o found In nil tli nrKiui heart liver kidney etc The liver will Ixi torpid und Inactive 11111111IlIlirtbackucfie und kindred disturbances und weaknessesMr tan of Quelm writs Tor years after tnv hiallli Ixiran to tall tny lieatl eirw dirt iyi pan rd me and my Motnaili Max Nun all tin tour while evrrydilnr I would tat would MHtn to Ik heav3 like lead on 7713 utoumcli Tho ilixtiir claimed that It w MtM Mljcllo tniulilidtie to ilVMxixJa nIIttlt for me and all lxuxh I look IIrIIMiillcal Iii eiti r and oluptaklni theilix loriiit41nhlt4 Mm ouclit mi a Uittln and llniraveokeiti 1 Momicli Ixvtrm normal tlu llirri tlvtorffan worked iHrfielly and I soon iran to look IULttor me mill I certainly 11111 hlirlicct praise urubhl11dealPrDr linens metlicliie nvointiKnded to be jut as iriitxl yonrownhotlyInpies Common Sent Mnllntl Adviser A of uxx IIURIK Send SI u11a 11lIt lllmli for JMNOcrl or 31 item for clotlilxiifiid spy Address Dr It V IltTce UB patio Stxict lluffalo N y pass his defeat Ir this true It is wellknow that the Rectifiers in the City of Louisville and very many interested in the whisky trade are open and avowed advocates of the Governor and we all know that many of the sporting element hero and elsewhere are the most loyal supporters of the Governors candi lacy We also know that the press of the State favorable to the Governor are advertising in flaming head lines that the moral element everywhere are rallying to the support of the Governor and wherever a re ligion Association is held and resolutions passed endorsing the county unit bill it is immediately heralds in such papers that the Governors candidacy for the Senate has been endorsed Is the Governor playing both ends against the middle LONG JOURNEY ALONE SevenYearOld Girl Goes to Mexico From Louisville With out a Companion Ft Worth Tex Sept 3 licttie llargis aged seven years pretty as it pink passed through Ft Worth Texas this morning on her way to Mexico She is traveling nil the way from a mountain town in Kentucky to Juiuez Mexico whore she will make her homo with a relative The little girl traveled this long dis trnce all alone changing cars in some instances without assistance Her father and mother are both dead For the past year she haa been with Kentucky relatives but an aunt in Juarez wanted her anti promised her an education if she would go to her tier uncle accompanied her to Louisville and put heron the train with instructions to her conductor to take proper care of her SandLime Bricks Manufacturers claim the following advantages of the sandlime bricks over those of tho clay products They improve with age the bricks are more uniform in size hape and color uniform and high compressive strength uniform mid high tensile strength lowe porosity no cfllorcscensc they are unaffected by atmospheric changes no disintegration by freezing great resistance to the action of fires poor conduct ors of heat and electricity Doctors Are Puzzled THe remarkable of Ken neth Mclver of VanceboroMe is the subject of much interest to the medical fraternity and a wide circle of friends He says of his case Owing to severe inflammation of the Throat and congestion of the Lungs three doctors gave me up to die when as a last resort I was induced to try Dr Kings New Dis covery and 1 am happy to saylt saved my life Cures the worst Coughs and Colds Bronchitis Tonsi litis Weak Lungs Hoarseness and La Grippe Guaranteed at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free F JIMTOWN COAL MINESI Directors of Green River Coal and mining Company Arrange to Take Possession ITbpa directors meeting of the IAt I River Coal Mining Company held Monday afternoon in the oflice of Groag anti Dudley the company I by deed took over the Green Uiver Mining Manufacturing rand Trans portation Company including GO 000 worth of valued coal land and tin mines at ColVman Ky I IA vote was taken authorizing ex tensive repair und an addition to the I j mines which will greatly increase i their production J IL Grogg was elected general managerof the comI plant with oilice at this city Grider of Bowling Green Ky was elected as superintendent over alYairsI in Kentucky with head CofFman ColFman was also made the head oflices of Kentucky I Samuel D Brandy chief engineer was requested to push the survey of recentlI t to Kentucky and will commence work at once Judge Reese Hlizard counsel for the company reported at the meeting i that he was progressing rapidly with the abstracting of titles of land in Kentucky assisted by W S Allenof this city and the law firm of Dames and Anderson of Hartford Ky Miss Lee Judge Bizzards stenogra pher is also assisting with the workJudge W A Wieliffe attorney at Greenville is abstracting title at Muhlenberg county Ky Mondayby deed of conveyance the Green River Mining Manufacturing and Transportation Company sold to Grogg and Dudly the steam boat Mary Lacey steamboat Emma 20 barges anti other boats andequip ment A large general store was also sold to Grogg Dudley in the deal W U Grider was elected as superintendent over the affairs of the transportation company Torture By Savages Speaking of the torture to which some of the savage tribes in the Philippines subject their captive reminds me of the intense suffering I endured for three months from in flammation sf the Kidneys says W M Sherman of Gushing Me I Nothing helped me until I tried Electric Bitters three bottles of which completely cured me Cures Liver Complaint Dyspepsia Blood disorders and Malaria and restores the weak and nervous to robust health Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist Price jOe A Bishop Among Architects Bishop Vincent was praising at the chautauqua the chailtauquan archi tectureBeautiful buildings he said are a perennial delight and the ar acitects who give uSI hem should be more highly honored and rewarded than they are- Whenever I look at our superb I buildings here 1 think of what their architect once said to me He said BetterWay The tissues of the throat are inflamedand irritated you coughand there is more irrita tion more coughing You take a couh mixture and it eases the- irritationfor a while You take SCOTTSEMULSION and it cures the cold Thats what is necessary It soothes the throat because it reduces the irritation cures the cold because it drives out the inflammation builds up the weakened tissues because it nourishes them back to their natural strength Thats how Scotts Emulsion deals with a sore throat a cough a cold or bronchitisWELL SEND YOU A SAMPLE fREE SCOTT 5 BOWNE 40tofcBr r t that a bishop employed one of his brat r in Iho rlcsirn ins art eretin of a iiilL IIUUM Wnen the house was onipleled the bishop was well plcuM l with it but when the architect Mil was presented to him he was rt so well pleased Vy good brother architect he said lont you think that vour charges an too high The yearly sala ries of many of my curates dont equal the amount of this billof your I Wry likely not1 the architect reyliilIbut I am nut a curate but u biamong architect When you have cold it is well tub very careful about using anything that will cause constipation Be particularly qarctul about preparation containing opiates Use Kennedy laxative Honey und Tar which stops the cough and moves WayneGriOin SENATORIAL GERLYMDER Declared Unconstitutional by Judge Moss at Will amsburg Williamsdurg Ky Aug 31 another victory has been won by the Republicans in testing the constitu tionality of the redistricting measures passed by the Legislature- In an action institution by Joseph Bosworth and others against Napier Adams of this Senatorial district which was tired in the Whitley County Court Judge M J Moss granted an injunction restraining the defen dant from holding a primary in the district created by the Legislatures of 1SHI and 1890 He held that the Legislature had violated Sections G and 33 of the Convention and that the act wasinvaled Recently Judge Galloway held in a similar action in the Butler county Circuit Court that the act dividing Kentucky into the legislative districts was unconstiutional The same decision was rendered by Judge Birkheud in the Ohio Circuit Court each of these Judges granting the Republican plaintiffs a permanent injection restraining the party au thorities from recognizing the acts of the Legislature Judge Moss opin ion is as follows This cause having been submitted by consent upon the defendants demnrrer to the petition the same now coming on for hearing the parties appearing by their respective attorneys and the court being advis I ed overrules said demurrer tc which the defendants except and they declining in open court to plead further by consent this case is sub mitted for judgment on plaintiffs petition and the court being advis ed adjudges that the act of the Ken lucky Legislature approved June 28 1891 entitled An act dividing the State into thirtyeight Senatorial districts and also the act of baid Legislature approved May 9 tSJO adding the county of Owsley to the then said Seven teeth Senatorial dis triit were each of them in violation of the Constitution of the United States and of the State of Kentucky which guarantee to all citizens and voters equal rights and representation and especially in violation oi till MXth and thirtythird section of the Constitution of the State of Ken lucky and being so unconstitutional the court adjudges them nulland voidThe injunction prayed for herein is therefore granted and now made perpetual enjoining the defendants and each to them from giving notice of the said proposed primary election on April 2 1907 or taking any step in furtherance of or look ing to the holding of the same To which judgment the defendants except and pray an to the Court of Ap peals which is granted and this cause is now stricken from this courts docket In these days of rush and hurry courtesy is often forgotten In the mad pell mell rush of our life little things are done to offend that we rather remained undone A hastily eaten meal and its resultant head ache may cause us social or financial loss The wise man or woman is the one who relieves little ills of this sort by a little dose of Kodol For Dyspepsia It digests what you eat and puts your stomach back into shape Sold byZ Wayne Griffin Bro I L mmmrot Infante and Children i mcIIThe Klan Yoe Have ht-i 1i j A1w81 3A gelabJePteparalionforAs I slmilatIngtbercedamtlcgulaunguuc51a1aacrsatxlIlott J Bears tIl i a SignatureIof9piumJrorphineNOTILRCOTIC uliNuzrrraSeJ IArn JN f UApeneclS e rnessFacsimile ri lllure orI YearsNEW CASTORIAEXACT COFYtSI WRAFPER natmoopar NCV roan em lOUR CLUBBING RATES THK REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125TI-LE REPIWUCAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 TUB llEiUHiccAv and CourierJournal 150 THK REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 TUB REIUBLICXK ami Lippenootts and Coauioplitan 325 THE RuiUKUcxN and Cwioet Week Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REVUKMCAS and Daily Owrunsboro Inquirer 370 TIm llEiUHMcof and TwioeKWeok Oboro Messenger 175 THE IlBitHiucuir and ttiollllllllgazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN 1 Bsa UANDALL T COLLINS K WAYNE GRIFFIN m When in Louisville mmj EUROPEAN HOTEL t The Home for Ohio County PeopleYtl aEICgILnteau Kuoms and Polite Attention S W s i lrCler Second and JeHereon Streets eta ti COLLINS GRIFFIN Props t 8 bb g EJ IJ X24 UYSL SCHOLARSHI P until tlio 100 allottal to lw sold at a dlsrarant 011 j ncrountot tlia oixmlni of ourEvarwvlllo Col lego arc old No vntJou enter any U- maDRAUOHONS fjJll4inMFC EVANSV JLE ANDMA1K COUTHIBD 27 Colleges In tt StAtes S300000OC CAPITAL Indorsed tIT bnstnens men Iron Maine to California II years BUtlJtIIII We also teach BY MAIL Write for prices POSITIONS MONEY OR SECUREDr I Cull or eeni I PATENTS amt TRADEMARK promtclr obaUneJ In all ooontrlns ao lit Ko obain PATENTS THAT PAY aderthalmmaoaadataaru- punxe and kelp JIM la murtm Send model phobiordrmck fer FHEC nrort on patentabUltg ft ywf pnrtiret SURPASSING REFERENCE rum UWde hook on rrvnuM IMwU u1IJ StreetWASHINGTON DSWIFT V000H1K 1B BIG FOUR r New York Central Lines The Best Line to I Indianapolis Peoria t Chicago I Toledo Detroit IClevelancf f I New York Boston A I And all other points FastrInformation nished on application at City I j Ticket Office Big Four NoI259 Foujpa avenue or jSJ GATESII Genl Agent Louisville H J General Cincinnati Kyi odo Dyspepsia OlIN Digests what you eat v1 M Hartford Republican lane by tb Hartford rnbllnhli Company ixcoirniuiD toloCsL=pncsaC- uzn ens3Saucb 1171 2 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7 REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR IOXIIKKS 1 M L HEAVRIN- Oft Ohio loanq- ANNOUNCEMENTS W are alhorlaPd to tnnoanct S A AXUKIl ISON of Wwt Hartford Prrdnct n candidate ReprwentatlTe In the General Awembly from 1hbtbeathdletrteteableet tolh wtlon ot the Repabllran party- Wearoauthodud to announce riARENTK DWEESE ofShivveliwIntt a raniilOat for Repmvntatlrr In the lIar A oembl from thin the Itb tlUtrift eubjrt to the action of the Republican party Examine the label on your paper If It Is not correct notify us i Tills is a good stand pat year THE melancholy days are here the saddest of the year I CHAIRMAN TAGGARTS keynote for the Democrats sounds like Keno How ARE the Democrats going to raise all the money necessary to buy the trunk line railroads and at the I same time abolish the tariff TEN more indictments have been votedagainst the Standard Oil Com pany At this rate how long will it take to make the light burn dimly WE would suggest that hereafter the Hartford Hera til be known as the Woodcock Journal since its edit tors have the term so firmly fixed in mind at this time IN another umntwill found some timely observations by a citi zen on The cow and her domain which are submitted for your ear nest consideration IT would necessitate direct taxa tion to pay interest on the debt which would be created by the purchase of even the trunk line railways by the National Government AND HarcChesney been frozen out of the Democratic band wagon by the machine Poor Hari ry He will no doubt go off and sue some Republican newspaper for libel Gov BECKHAM and Senator lItlcI IIbutof the Republicans Let em debate I in private I WHEN Marse Henry bowed his head for the Bryan yoke he didc not bargain for a pack of government railroad ownership the very first thing Who could blame him for balking isTmREPUBLICAN throws a mighty fit j We suppose it refers to the fit we slipped It into last week when we i pointed out its attempt to shift its position on the dollar contribution planiIN 1901 the trusts under the lead ership of Belmont tried to fool the Free Silver Democrats with Alton BIe Parker Now they are trying to fool the gold Democrats with t William J Bryan ItIsremoving a large number of bodies r from an old cemetery Better watch that Democratic city machine they will add them to the polling lists andJ vote them in the primary this year and in the State election next year ON another page we publish an account of the unnecessary guarding e of a poor lunatic at Mayfield t because of the recent act of the Legislature preventing Sheriffs from conveying them to the Asylums If the people want that sort of Legisla a tion they will vote that way u r EVEIIY court both Democrati c and Republican which has passel t on the Legislative redistricting acr has decided it unconstitutionai h Judge Muss has also declared the n old Senatorial District Act void o This act did not affect us locally but li in some Senatorial districts in East e ern Kentucky there are as issny w3 p b ten counties with almost as much I population as many of our Congressional districts THE Frankfort Call Dem says of Harry McChesneys withdrawal from the race for Auditor All he ever did as a candidate that we ever heard of was to rent one typewriter and make a few speeches in Central Kentucky in defense of Beckham S Hager but when the proof produc ed by Gen Hays was so strong and unanswerable except by mere denial Harry wrote a few whereasesforthe Capital Commission to pass and fell exhausted THE same element which helped to defeat the Republican nominee for Governor in Ohio last year is go ing to attempt to humiliate Senators Foraker and Dick at the coming State Convention It is not likely they will succeed however It is to be hoped the Republicans of Ohio have learned something since they elected a Democratic Governor upon his local option platform only to see the next State Democratic Convention vote down a resolution en dorsing it- DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN WALSH of Iowa has sent in his resignation to Chariman Taggart and assigns a number of reasons for quitting the organization Among others the fact that it has been captured by the trusts and that it is a close corporation giving no chance I for independence or freedom of the individual member How does this strike some of our near neighbors in newspaperdom who have been I contending that the Republican party was being run by the trusts Is response to our refutation of I its statement that the Republican policy of protection fosters the trusts i the Woodcock Journal formerly the i Hartford Herald says Will the Republican please tell a tariff bur dened and anxious public what keepsI the trusts alive In our sue after you tell us and your read ers why there are more trusts andof a more damaging character in free trade England than there are in the United States we will tell you and our readers what keeps them alive hereTHE Republican party has always j been the friend of Protection and isj not ashamed of it It is not wedded to existing schedules but it is the system that it would preserve Whenever it is necessary to stand between the starved workingmen of Europe and our own it believes inI doing it In doing so it preservesi our own markets for our farm products The Democratic party would break down the system in order to send abroad and by the products of cheap labor foster European trusts and break down our own markets j Will the voter in the light of recent bitter experiences assist the Democratic party in another onslaught on the Tariff Is annother trill found i the announcement of the annual stockholders meeting of the Illinois Central Railr ad Company which c will probably be of interest to many IJ of our readers Every person own ig as much as one share of stock I 100 in the Company is entitled to free transportation to Chicago and j eturn This affords not only thei mallest stockholder in the Company an opportunity to attend the husiil less session of same at which llicers are selected in whose J care is placed the directions of he Companys affairs but also an opportunity to visit without cost of ravel one of the most important ities of the country This arrang c nent no doubt is a factor which t adds to the wide popularity of the s Company and an index to the kind I s nd courteous treatment accorded t everyone who has any relation husd less or otherwise with the road s MANY a man has lost much covet r 1 fame priceless jewels or a for t une of hoarded gold by doing the a wrong thing at the wrong time ilton B Parker doomed himself t I defeat in his speehof acceptance and W J Bryan jn one speech nt c f acceptance doomed himself t ejection His auditor theAmei an people exported stateiminshp hey were given Demagoguery Th ouriciJoi rnal says of him Thu e newer eai oe elected andougl Jot to be nominated on a platform f f public ownership is our fixed bciet It is a remedy for no existi c di It is at war with the phios b hy taught by Jefferson by Jackson s Jtc iItl1 t Fall Is tJ f The Talk Now jZi4 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 Mens Furnishings Ladies Skirts Jack ets Cloaks and everything else that Men Women or Children need to wear tWeAre Proving Daily everyone our s is growing Why Because of our mode uptodatecare to be found here There are no better brands of Clouting in Ohio 4 county than the Schwab and the famous guaranteed Sterling Clothes G The Hamilton Btown Shoes mire also to be found hem e Satisfaction guaranteed f ALL OUR TSWEAR 1 INE AND EARS WELLG Jvi GhhtCo have brought on we want everylx body to call The Fair j Will soon be biMv Have you provided yuur elf utli anything new to wear If you hoed or not ettne litm and Itt us show you our oleslant full stink wliLli are haviiut rtceivtd Our readytowear Inilue Ht you astell as your purse much better than tittointiirtdo tnolltlaspouiiN 100 You will find both here Our jSuiLs mage j from 1U to SIS and art JTIMK values from bottom price to top price We can show you a hrgt line of Boys j Fancv and IMain Suits from 1 to So i For Ladies We have received large line of Skirts and Cloaks alldI ve would be pleased to show this line tir we are satisfied that it would win your admiration We have taken pains to select a staple and uptodate stock of Cloaks uul Skirts of good quality at moderately low prices We a largebeautiful selection of Woolen Dress Goods which dv to see We extend a cordial invitation to every t SAM BACH tHARTFORD KENTUCKY + +44 J JN + md by Mr Bryan himself The suggestion is enough to make the Sage of Monticello turn over in his ffin angels to weep and demons to- aught a consummation impossible If attainment except through des lotism degredation and ruin AFTER beingcompletely routed and shown to entertain and to have xpressed through its editorial col mns inconsistent ideas about the dollar contribution plan the Harts ord Herald announces its determination to quit the field and thus end the controversy relative thereto giving as its excuse that we wont deal farily with it The language If the scriptures Let him who U dthout fault cast the tint stone is uited to tha Herald case with triking applicability So long as we sat by and permitted it to con uct the controversy to suit its own tweet will and refuted none of itr attempts to discredit us and per lilted it to refer to us in any terms hat it chose it could do wonders nd fairly reveled with delight in it But as soon as we took the helm and minted out its inconsistencies and few of its short comings in loin oncise terms it throws up the sponge which of course it has a perfect and undoubted right to do NOT UNANIMOUS A = iics Mr Bryan landed and vv rfnc the seeming solid rt w ill Dtrn racy had been Hiroinjr began M waver If he raid only htre kept his views to imself and merely exhibited him id to the admiring crowds all might have been well The New York World which is Democratic to the core has broken over the traces and repudiates Mr Bryan in the following emphatic manner j A 190G reception to William J Bryan the distinguished American orator journalist and private citizen is one thing but a 1906 ovation to Wiliam J Bryan the next Dem ocratic candidate for President is quite another It is the most mys terious blind pool ever organized by misguided politicians It is the most impolitic foolish abdication of j power on the part of a great politi cal organization ever recorded in the i history of the United States Even J the partisans of Louis Napoleon waited until they had elected him President before they made him a dictator but the Democrats of the United States are completely abdi cating their selfcontrol and party selfgovernment by making Mr Bryan their dictator before they have elected him to anything A mad world my masters Notice to Tax Payers Pay your taxes before interest penalty and cost of tax warrant is addedR fflARTINSOC Moss and Thompson Plasterers and contractors satisfaction guaranteed Phone 29 or Beaver Dam Plaining Mill Co 4Tile doubleireasNd Suits aru aljways popular Wo have a good number of Schwabs new Fall mod 3 els to show yon LIllIIting will 7J mean buying We know youll lik thom as we have a good many handsome patterns Price 10 to c9 n Jil SMALLHOUS Mrs Owen Williams and Mrs Austin of Rockport were the guests of her mother Mrs Jennie Ball last Friday and Saturday l Shultz SCoxs thrasher u still in i our midst thrashing grain Mr Reneers sawmill is not running at present Something is brok RencetIue sawing when the mill is fixed Mr Opoie Kittinger and wife spent last week in Chicago where they went for their new fall goods Mesdames Emma Heavrin of War wick county id and Wm Adding ton spent last Friday with Mrs Jas Withrow Miss Ethel Hunter has returned from Utica where she has been the guest of her sister Mrs J S frun nell i Miss AlthaAddingtjn and Mr S j W Bilbro have returned from a trip j to the Mammoth Cave wasIandiSunday Several from this vicinity attend ladieslofSaturday evening i The prayer meeting at Mr John Lewis was highly enjoyed by all I present The next meeting will be with Mrs Nannie Kimbley next Sunday evening at 2 oclock Mesdarrei G h Lawrence and Fred Boone are on the sick listIMessrs John and George Lewis Alva Calloway and Fred Boone attended the speaking at Central City i MondayMrs Charlie Overtoil and Mrs Mary Taylor were the guests of Mr and Mrs Charlie Liter near South Carrollton last Friday Mr and Mrs Cnz Mason were the guests of his aunt MM Brow of I South Carrollton Saturday and Sun dayMr j Joe Bennett of Matanzus was the guest of Mr Alva Cnllowiiy last Sundayj w and Lark in Baker were goats uf Mr Alva Calloway Satu dry Mr Jake iJiniarl uli hrl1 peen on the sick list M about well again Mr S E Hunter attended church at Lone Star S upluy Mr and JIty P Lr01 and daughters Athel tool Amy of Ce ralvo were Ih J guests of Mrs Woods sister MU Mtguie Hunter Sunday One of the Iitt bands in Kentucky will delight the Fair patrons with untie this year Jo Eruptions The only way to get rid of pimples and other erup bloodimprove ulate the kidneys liver andI skin The medicine to takefe HoodsSarsaparllla su I I 4 Specials at Fairs i Saturday Septbf4 09 4 Wo want your presence Saturday and are willing il 9to pay you well for your visit Not exactly in coin jj 49 but its equivalent Big bargains id everyday Jj Staple Dry Goods Wo shall oxpect you j 49 t1 49 Hope Bleach Hoosier Domestic k Needs no recommendation I i49 old reliable brand The goods speaks for itself bit I 49known by all housekeepers for Known in every home The b43 t finl real value of this goods today 4lIS7c per yard Our special th mg price 16 yards to a custo 5eb49 to a customer for Uo I mer is 49 a LAST GALLON WASH 8 49GOODS = 4i wo want to our entire line of b 49 Summer Wash foods Wo are aware of thu fact 49 that the season for buying such is a little advanced 9 49 but when price in right why not buy and lay away i JS until Spring The price wo now make on these gj 49 goods of course means a loss to us This wo are b 4l not considering Our oltjeclfoldonly ohjectis i 49 to clean them up regardless of cost or former prices jF 49 Choice now of all lOo and 12Jc Wash GoudsSc 9 only 10 yards to a customer Saturday 9 b 47 Embroidery Special Boys School Caps j 41 While in the Eastern mark With a bo a is one of tit 41ets by sheer luck we were able jit41to pick up what we regard as 41u rare bargain in Embroider the way This time it will not 1 47 The kinds that sell for 15 interfere We will place on 41 20c and 25c per yard Mmes fi sale Saturday 10 dozen Boys t J yards in piece We do not out allwol Cashmere Caps Our fj piecCJI Our low price SatWeregulnr ic sellers for lOe bg 49urday per yard 9949 9 1ladies Vests School Hose 9 41 The regular 15c quality Fifty dozen Childrens Fast 49 Bleached Tuned Neck UiBlack Ribbed Hose 15cval On T and Armhole only Saturday for only u fib41 TIll above prices aro 47 and in quantities as above indicated 9949 i One DaySaturday Sept 8949 tit 9- n 4l i 41 41 49 1 Y 8 9 94 8 41b= w Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7 Illinois Central RallroadTlmi Table North lloiiiiil- No134lii HiiiHIi Honni- lNnilituH9l4in in II tw- NO irMiif13rt pm NIIIII ilnr 34M u No 102dn SMS pm 0111 dnp K4p III s See our neckwear for fall- SAII BACII New hats for men just in at Car son Cos Fresh Fish and Oysters at City Restaurant Be sure to see Carson Co for your fall suit Oh my I what Sine Cream and Sherbet at City Restaurant Cheese Sausage Boiled Ham and Crackers at City Restaurant Supt James M DeWeese is the guest of his mother near Shreve Get your Meals and Lunches at City Restaurant Best in Hartford Mr J T Hoagland of Clear Run u was a pleasant caller last Saturday Mr W H Hocker Centertown was a pleasant caller last Saturday Mr Joe Hocker of the East Hart ford Neighborhood called to see us Monday We exchange merchandise for money and trade back whenever dis satisfied SAM BACH Tho nuri who foils to take his family to the Fair ought r toke fall goods are ready for you lOur SAM BACH A Big lot of W L Douglas shoes just in at Carson Cos Everything we sell is made by reliable makers SAM BACH j Mr K C Byers Friedaland was IIa pleasant caller last Friday f Scholarship in Massey Business College for sale at this office Mr C F Wallace Rosine called to see us while in town Tuesday Headquarters for style will beheld here this fall SAM BACH Dr J A Duff of Sulphur Springs was a pleasant caller Wednesday Just received a line of the lates style Derby Hats at Sam Bachs Ohio County FairSop tember 10 to 22 For Scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College apply atthe office Mr E W Smith Ceralvo was a pleasant caller while in town Tues day Mr Clell Smith of Taffy made us- a pleasant call while in town Tues dayCoca Cola Soda Pop Lemmonade Ginger Ale ice cold at City Restau rant If you want good flour the ver best bacon and lard call on Carson Co Messrs Nat Lindley and L H Condit of Matanzas were pleasant callers Monday Mr U G Ragland has been ap pointed Republican Election Commissioner for Ohio county and T J Smith the Democrat Commissioner I Mr J T Davis Sunnydale was a pleasant caller Tuesday If you want a good pump iron or woodcall on J W Ford Harney the infant son of Judge W B Taylor is quite ill Mr Sam Morton of Smallhou was a pleasant caller Monday See the Maid of the Mist Where At tho Fair Mr M It Maddox of Rockport called to see us while in town Mon day Style is not everything Qualit counts too We have both here SAM BACH Our big house will be chock full of the newest and the latest CARSON Co City Restaurant is the place togs everything good to eat Nice and cleanfine service It doesnt matter how hard you are to please in u suit we can pleas you SAM BACH We stand behind everything sold here Youtake no chances at San Bachs Mrs B S Chamberlin of Nocreek is quite ill of jaundice and kindred trouble Mr I A Nail of Mayfield was the guest of his mother the first of the week We want our customers to remain our customers Thats why we arI growing SAM BACH We can show you the swellest line of f0c fancy top shirts ever shown in Hartford SAM BACH New full clothing dress goods shoes and hats are arriving ever day at Carson Co Ladies take a look at Sam Bach fall skirts They will pay your eye and pocketbook Mrs W P Ashby and son Floyd of the Centcitown Neighborhood have the typhoid fever Mr and Mrs W H Duke Dun dee are the guests of their daughter Mrs=S Carson =Mr Robert Dugan of Owensboro was the guest of his sister Mrs T S Marks the first of the week Miss Varna Duke Dundee ma triculated in the Business department of Hartford College Monday New Collars Belts Combs Hand- Bags and lots of pretty things now on display at Long Cos Econom Store Miss Hattie Barnett mention of whose illness appeared in these col urns last week is but little if any better Elder W B Wright delivered two excellent discourses at his regular appointments last Sunday and Sun day night Mr and Mrs L M Render of Louisville are the guests of Mr Renders parents Mr and Mrs W B Render city Wo insure a smile ever live minutes to those attending the Fair Look out forthe announcement of our regular fall opening which wil appear in next weeks papers LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE Mrs Clarence Keown left Tuesday for Earlington where she joined her husband who has accepte a position with the L N Railroad Co The Ohio County Fair Sept 1 U to 22 Bigger and bettor than over in special attractions We will buy your Chickens Ducks CalvesLambs Etc and pay highest 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 dont forget the date September 19 to 22 Come and bring the little girls and the large ones too Mr J H Glenn of Draksboro Ky was in Hartford the first of tin week for the purpose of placing hi children Mr Andrew and Miss Hat school here He was thE 1guest of his brother Judge J S while here I Mr W C Overhults Smallhoi was a Jllet ant caller yesterday Dont fail to see our line of Pclers Shoes before buying Low cos ECONOMY STORE We want to show you a pair of 01 new fall shoes They will please your foot and taste SAM BACH Get your Fertilizer Field Seeds and Farm Implements from D L Sandefur Beaver Dam Ky 75t For SALE A firstclass youn horse Apply to C E SMITH Republican Office Hartford Ky Mrs Alex Grigsby is the guest of Mr Clell Smiths family and other relatives in the Taffy neighborhood Leave your laundry at Cleve I1ers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laundry 4Gtf Mr J W OBannon manager for the Rough River Telephone Co has moved from Beaver Dam to Hartford Mrs Bettie Atherton Buel Ky and Mrs Bettie tier of Beda wer the guests of Mrs Steve Duke last MondayGood wheat makes good flour Fords brands are freshwith reduce price lOc 50c and GOc a sack spot cash Try them For sale 150 acres of land within three miles of Hartford A bargai for cash Call on or address J I MILLKI Hartford Ky 38tf Mr and Mrs A C Taylor of Cer tral City were the guests of Mrs Taylors mother Mrs M A Lewis last Saturday and Sunday Dr A D Park who has been ill of typhoid fever at his home ut Rockport for the past seven weeks has sufficiently recovered to be able to visit his mother here Mr Sam A Anderson left Mon day for Louisville where he and the lion A S Bennett have accepted the general agency for the Pacifi Mutual Life Insurance Company Where are you going Bill Why ruing to the Ohio County lorcUme Cunt ailbrd to miss it Going to take my girl too Sallie Laura the infant daughte of Mr and Mrs Hooker Williams was poisoned Monday morning beating a piece of rat biscuit Dr E B Pendleton was hastilv summoned andadministered proper an tidotes which brought rapid relief Mr Ben Taylor died at his horn at Bells Run Monday night of old age and troubles incident thereto His remains were interred in th Bells Run cemetery Wednesday Burial services were conducted b the Masons of which fraternity hE was a member Whoso girl My girl Wha about leer Shes going to th Fair with me Arrange tilt engagements now so tlH other fellow will be sorryi anybody is to bo sorry Dalby son of Palestine and Viol Coots of Sunnydale died Sunday September 2 190G of membraneot croup age 1 year 7 months and rI days His remains were interred it the Sunnydale cemetery on Monda in the presence of a large numbe of relatives and friends The numorons special at tractions obtained by the Fai management this year war rant the belief that the pa Irons will receive more fo their money this year thai over before Miss Janie Dy if Albuquerque New Mexico k Kt s guest of th family of Hon J Sanderfur He father went to Bowling Green th first of the week to enter his tw I sons John and Marion in the Bow ling Green school In a few days hand Miss Janie will leave for Cincinnati Ohio where she will enter th Conservatory of Music FOR SALEA farm of 90 acres 2 miles from Hartford on the Morgan townroadandimilejoff the Beave Dam road good twostory dwelling 2 good barns and outbuildings good well and cistern in yard 31 I acres of timbered land rest in hfg state of cultivation nil bottoms ej cept 7 acres For further particu lars call on MRS S H PHILLIPSI 5t4 Hartford Ky 1- J i E P BARNES BRO CARHARTTS I Your Interest atnd the interest of all our customers have always G wu the first consideration with this store We beftew that if we the best that MONEY sorvIiugsive agency for the justly celebratedSCarhartt Brand of Overalls a ig and Jackets There is lea other brand better than this brand We BACKIF A Break Down I Ior von v ntvetitutinn is sure to come if you continue v u crown potion our store ask to see this great and you be go houw o- neI3eaver Dam Ky We will for the next week pay J5c per dozen for liass CARSON Co r Mrs W C Switft was the guest of relatives here Tues day See our big values in for only 5c pur yanfat Long Cos 1 Economy Store I Dr J S Smith was j 1 R1Tr If you are gto the Ohio County r Fair and coaf anew Suitor Dress for the occastmi sec Canton Co i Go to Moor for fresh r Family Groceries They handle the best that can be bought andsell us cheap as the cheapest Take your thickens Butter and L Eggs to Moon Crabtree Hart ford They will pay you the highest market price in meats or gro cerlts I Just raceivsd from the Eastern markets and are daily r new things Cor early fall wear Come and ineptt our new I LONG CoV ECONOMY stockI aMayor J 11 Williams has appoint ed Mcssw V It Barnett J E Fogle J F Holbrook and Dr E W Ford aa to the Fifth State Devefopement Conven tion to be held at Ky October 10 11 and 12 I Mrs Laura Bishop wife of Joh- nID I Bishop died at her home three o miles east of last Satur- t 1 day night after a illness of consumption After funeral serf Ivices by Rev L P i I Drake her reissues were interred- in the Central Grave cemetery Suni dayafternooiu I v S to wash your clothes on the old wash board or on any of the old time Washers Save your health increase your strength and lengthen your life by Buying a 1900 Washer A child eight years r old can operate it as well as Visit labor saving machine wont induced to without McHenry Ginghams McHenry ACrabtree receiving CmonR delegates Winchester Cotertown lingering condoitii Mr George Greer an old and re- M spected citizen of the Smallhous Neighborhood died Wednesday night of dropsy His remains were interred at the Equality cemetery yesterday afternoon at 3 oclock n Judge J E Fogle returned Tuesday from a visit of several days to his father at Yosemite Casey coun ty He reports his father who is 91 years of age in excellent health Mr Fogle met up with many former Ohio county people while gone and he says they seemed unable to real ize it when told that work on a rail road through Hartford is well under way The Adelphian society of Hartford College was organized Monday with eleven charter members The fol owing officers were elected for the first term President Otto Martin Vice President Ney Foster Secretary Raymer Tinsley Sergt at Arms Isaac Christian Treasurer Joshua Holds Janitor Roy Hcavrin The prospects for a good society were never better All tho students of the college are cordially invited to loinMr John Martin died at his home it Horton Tuesday night from the ffects of injuries received by a wagon loaded with crossties run ning over him Tuesday afternoon He was hauling ties and had just loading his wagon and was at tempting to climb upon it when the teamstarted This threw him under the wheel which passed over his body rite deceased was the father of Hen ry Martin who is at work for the Hartford Milling Company here ODo S XIORXE Bun tolha Hoi YN Hara Wwrs Bo tXiitan S- tI r- T VJWYM WISDOM OF LEADERS The Inconsistencies ot Human WisdomHow They Operate Against Each other rptndnt IBflUIIlI J Man calls himself the one animal of all creation that possesses wisdor And yet every great advance the race has ever made has been made m spite of its own wisdom What we mean is that every one who has proposed ass great thing outside of the ordinary has been opposed b the prevalent wisdom of the time and in combatting the ignorant to make rooms for his new idea he has had to combat the wisdom Of those who were understood to be the wisest men more than all else We need not refer to instances ever student can recall them The dis covert of America the circulation of the blood the use of anesthetic in surgery the application of steam the employment of eleatricity everything had to be forced upon mankind against the jeers and ridicul and opposition of the wise ones of the time It is the same way yet The idea that farmers are the ones to put a price on farm products ought not to be a new idea ought not to excite surprise in any one and ought not to be opposed by any one for all the people of the world throughout all the ages have priced their propert except the farmers This class alone has had to wait to hear from some body else before it knew how to sell what it had produced And when tae say this ought to be so that far mtrs ought to price their product the same as other people price theirs the wisdom of the today those looked to as leaders in affairs say as the same class has said of every prop osition for advancement Is cant be done In Texas there was a socalled farir ers institute which is considered just about it in farm matters and whenever its members takes snuff they expect the farmer all around them to sneeze The President ol this institute is reported to have said not long ago the object of the organization is rather to evolve new and better methods of growing crops than to attempt a solution of the economic problem of marketing them We are taking no action ir the matter of building warehouses for storing cotton as people arc doing in other countries No representation or argument of any kind can be made that will be made that will induce the farmers institute of Bexar county to endorse the proposi tion There we have it just as usual These wise farmers are even beyond the power of argument Dont talk of them about storing and holding products to make steady markets and secure equitable prices They wont listen Their minds are made up They possess the wisdom of southwest Texas in a condensed form just as it is possessed by like coter ies in other states No storing of crops for themIBut these same people do favor tnt storage of crops for the same reportltellH us that several of the must progressive farmers of the institute are arranging to erect silos What fur To store green feed into use in time of drought They are is favor of building silos to store feed in but no warehouse to store cotton in nor granaries to store grain in Sell your salable products at whatever is ollered but store up your feed to be used in time of need Does it not look like these inconsis tent propositions must be inspired by interested parties or motives The buying interests dont care how many silos are built to store feed in to feed cattle so you dont build warehouses or grainaries to store stable crops in Put two and two together and it is easy to discover the source of the wisdom of such over the c untliA Lively Tusslo with that tldenunry of the race Constipation often ends in Appen dicitis To avoid all serious trouble with Stomach Liver and Bowels take Dr Kings New Life Pills They perfectly rtgul ite these or gUI without pain or discomfort I2c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist Birthday Celebration Mr Bon Harden Mrs Hannah Burton and Mrs Mattie Shields cel- ebratedI their respective birthday the Sth inst at the home of Mr Burden near Cromwell Those I present were Mr John Davis nnd wife Mr Zakariah Taylor and wife Mr Shaver and wife MrI WarrenShields wife and Mrs Bcttie Shields Mrs childrenIi Texas Mrs Mattie Brown iron Misses Eddie Stevens and Anna Shields Mrs Lizzie Jvimbley Mrs Maude Cooper Mrs Gilli Burden Mrs Nancy Conn Mr War ren Adams and Mrs Ansel Havens Mr Burden though 75 yeas of age was as gay as a sixteen year old boy AH report a delightful day ONE PRESENT A Scientific WonderIThe cures that stand to its credi scienItilicford lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry Waynesboro Pa of a distressing case of Piles It heat the worst Burns Sores Boils Ulcers Cuts Wounds Chilblain and Salt Rheum Only 25c at Z Wayne Grifiin Bros drug store You Wont Stand Hitched Irnnlifort Uyl full pea There is a rumor on the street that there is some sort of misunder standing at the penitentiary The rumor is that one of the supply con tractors has been refused permission to enter the gates and deliver his commodity he contracted to sell for the reason he declines to longer di vide his profits with one of the high officials there as he was compelled to do heretofore to the extent of some eight hundred dollars a year This is the year of reform This year we may reform ourselves if we wait till next year the Republicans will do it for us If there has been graft in the management of the pris ons turn the rascals out of office A woman is no better than the company she keeps A party is no bet ter than the man kept in office When it was proposed to postpone the letting of a certain contract a few years ago in order that some deal like that might be made and the postponement was not had the re mark at the head of this article was used But that is another story e Shake off the grip of your old en emy Nasal Catarrh by using Elys Cream Balm Then will all the swelling and soreness by driven out of the tender inflamed membrances The fits of sneezing will cease and the discharge as offensive to others as to yourself will be cured when the causes that produce it are re moved Cleanliness comfort and health renewed by the use of Cream Balm Soled by all druggists for 50 cents or mailed by Ely Bros CR Warren Street New York A S of E State Meeting and Arrangements TriState RallyInicely for a grand meeting of the American Society of Equity at Ev i ansvilk1 on Saturday September li It will be the occasion of the first UnIionState rally of all the members and j friends of the Society in Southern I Indiana Southern Illinois ard North Western Kentucky I The meeting will be held at Oak Summit Park if street improvements lo not interfere with the running of the cars by that time and all who lesire to do so can bring their bask ell and enjoy a picnic dinner in tin Beautiful forest park j The morning hours will be devot cd to a business session of the Imli1 ma delegates At 1 oclocck the Tri State Rally will be held Every one should make a special effort to attc m this meeting and belugas many furm ers who are not members with him as he possibly can This may be the on- eI opportunity that many in this ter itoiy will have to meet Mr Eveiitt nd hear him sneak 2000 com for able seats will be provided and the lowest possible rats secured on all aih oadsflEZc iLXAlean the Alhe Kffid Ycu Mare AlitatS ECUJtJ CIE LLY41Waro n dtIA grandchilds Rebuke Bishop Olmstead f Cl icago was rging a rich man to contribute encrously to th J support of the church Give freely he snid Dont lay ourself open to such rebuke as old Irs Simmers gt uom her gram s m in Bala Old Mrs Simmers was well to dJ 1II JEWELER AND OPTICIAN i HARTFORD IIIIimls patchBring me ButI fSaladSoup especially for Wedding in shorteverything kept in a firstclass Jewelry Store at the very lowest priclihlrlac oilI31t irlcet 206 Main Street IInthe Hartford HouseI1i fW WT P Old Tried True- NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COQ OF VERMONT Fiftysix and onciiilf yiars of honest con servative snecwisful uinna cinenl has made this one the most honored and trusted eOIlI i paniesin Jnwlcatill combined and Expense rate of any Company of equal age Unexcelled stfiitth of assets tees our stability Talk witH BARNETT A SMITH Hartford Republican Office but parsimonious She went to a Methodist on Balas outskirts She attended all the meet ings very regularly hut till sums she put in the collection plate would certainly have enriched no one One morning the old lady took her little grandson to the chap el with her The boy Fat through the service very dutifully He everything with bright and hawklike eyes And he took a heel interest in the discussion that fol lowed at the form dinner Did Lucy Jones wear her pink muslin Mrs daiiRgter ulctd And Was the Brown girl there mill Did Miss Lena Larkin have that feller again nally came the question I How was the sermon 1IoorsaiI Grandma Simmors emphatically poor But grandma said tine little boy what cnild you expect fur a Reallyn 871 r32C rsCaBUll theIto KirdVcj m Always Bwoi Signature 4 Iif The Unexpected- W A Glasgow JrIIr the interstate commerce coiumisBions celia sel smile He had been interrogat n reporter in hotel and the reply he was unexpected says the Ncw York That was an unlookedfor answer ruly he s lid It was like the ans ver the policeman grave to the good litixeii A good citizen being an ex cit d ran up to n large calm police nan one day and cried 4 Ofliccr theres a fight fointr on around the corner to tho ight Think Sir Ill do us mnch or you some lay sir said till po done with neatness and dis J your Clocks 1t es Eyeglasses or Jewelry to Elegant Shirt Waist Sets Belt Buckles Collar tons Rings Hat Watches Chains Spoons suited Presents and usually All I of lowest Death guaran It over us chapel chapels Sunday watched during Simmers Johnson Fir Mighty his received Tribune terrible you Watch Ii email gratefully as he took the turning to the left and quickly dis appeared OASTCJaXStara tae ihd Kind You Halo Alfi3rS BIrrlh- S gtattre y cr A U- I i VmmMude delightful aril comfortable to the famous resorts in Colorado Utah Pacific coast lint Springs Ark Yellow Stone Park Texas and Mexico VIA Ian Fadfig Edlmj OR hQi r j rt1h lltto LOW ROUND TRIP KATES now in effect Liberal limits and stop over privileges KflDUCKD HOMESEKKEHS round trip rates FIHST AND THIRD TUESDAYS in each month to the WEST AND SOUTHWEST For descriptive lit erature folders rates etc see nearest Ticket Agent or address 11 TGMATTHEWSTKA SOI Norton Bldg- Louisville Ky lAyersPill Want your moustache or beard beautiful brown or rich black Use I Illinois Central PR Annual Stockholders Meeting at Chicago October 17 Per sonal Attendanceof Indi vidual Holders Desired rHII TICKHT TO TIII lITIG j Public Polio i + hfivy given tin regular iinnual wetimrof the Stockholder of the Illinois leOtruinil rnad lMiiwiiv will be heM nt tht- Companys libel in Chiciigo Illinois ion WiMinewlny October 17 loon at- li oclock noon i To permit personal attendance tit liid meeting there will he iomied- ToI Tacii Hotter uf Due or MoreSliarcs of the capital stuck of tIlt IlHnnfc Central Railroad Comjmny as regis I tered on the book of the Company I at till close of 1 HI inIMS on Mnndny I September 21 190C who it of full ngl A Ticket Lnatlinji Him or Ilk to ITr111 Free I i over the Companys lines from the stnti in on the Illinois rVntral Railroad neartMt to hu or lit r registered add res t- oChicago I and Return such ticket to be good for the journey to Chicago during the Fosr lilts Immediately IrcrcJing and tw day of the muting ftr the return journey from Chicnuoonlynn the toy of the meeting and the Four bats Imrcdiateh Founlns when properly countrrlnrcd alit stumped during buciriesi lvursiin r befoiv Saturday October 20 iv or that is to say between 901 H in anil 500 p m in the olllce of the Assistant Secretary Mr W G Brtion in Chicago Such tickets may he obtained by and holder of stock registered as above on appliu tion in writing to the President of the Company Chicago but ouch stockholder must individually apply for his or her ticket Each applica lion must state the full name and idd ress of the Stockholder exactly is given in his or her Certificate of Stuck together with the number and late of such certificate No more than one person will he carried free in respect to any one holding of stock as registered on the hooks of the Company A G ILuKSTAHF Secy r 6F6IysQtd tta- n sll Ice a U ht6J llaJ Iw ciraimUC- SKlj e1SYfNR It Cream Hahn yCC1tCatrratarrhmlb Rwajr nXuiU tu toe 1u1rquicKly Cream Knlin li placet Into the notttlll spread oar tig Dtmbtauo oi is tlwotbcil JUlerit 1111 meJluteini B cnn fomv JIll Lit ilrjn l i Lotptndurnrnrelio j L1ZeBrtatrrnet- lt Uni 0 nrlirinn T ll HCM Nty n i LV IIUUI UCHS I t rrra Sut N if YMt- DUraae r Ir r and Health REVSVO RESTORES VITALITY 11 J Made a i l 1 Well Man THE ti of Me CZUAT RE ijwc nEDroilnriN Oslo rc iiltn In HO duce It liftsI Cure whclloherBruii VMiismcniMiirMn tlirir lost mannn i l and ilJ own nmy rcoirtrr their yautliful VIIHIF liy islnlC IIIUIVO It qalfltly tad quietly n SexualIwcaimesvWasting lIsca ii anil effects of K11ulMiv rr excess nml Inillgcretlon wliioh unlit one f ir turfy Inislncss or marrlnire 1 1 not only eures by Martin in tho sent of illscaiie but In u c real servo onlc and blood Inilldrr lirlniclnu Sick tho plnli iotvCO IalucHrensarutret- orlnrtlm lire oJ ollih It trardx nn 810 proncnlngdlscnvc Jnslii on having It I VIVO no other It can be earned In vest nocltot fly- nntLNtOO per package or six for 95011 Wo 110 free nilrlro anti counsel to till who wish it with uimrnntee Clrcularii free Address OYAL MEDICINE CO Marino Dldc Chicago III For Sale by J II Williams Hart ford Ky Sugarcoated easy to take l cureSBUCKINGHAMS DYE rim cm or vicuuin 01 L r luu t w auuoi II W u hnr L DITTERSSTOMACH didLIVER rrjIU PE 191 IUL IImTiC M lltHSTT I n BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAWt ItiltLInltll htl1I11IItIn 1111111 lixcuurtn ohlunnd ndinluheruuutlreendtotlrtollpprnlr Sprrlxlattviitliin irlvrn In nil l unln Hiiiiitruii l Ilirli cHir tlm Irni tiro nl I rlin iHnliiml Itrelatelr lox eprlnltlre Otllrrln 1II1UIIIIIIIIII FRANK L FELIX t Attorney at Law 1 IIJTICHIII KY Will irnrilri III immlcn III llMn unit i- iJulelncrollalr iiinl In Hif mart nl Apwili CrlmnllUP nml inllv tlucen nwtlHUi heir n ikf IIpIlhllull CHASM CROWE UAWYBR tiAirn itii KY 11111prxriwhiprdrlon in nil the mum lIllNlu nitil uilj liiliii uiulra nml IH tlivConr Jl AHMI prrnl ntretbnl irltn t rtlnilin prertlre end t ilivtl ii UHhv tiruir Mnr k tnbdlntrrltrITIoteltrler bplnrlt JNO B WILSON AlTOKVEV AT LAW HARTFORD KV tbnlelnnlnRnbetrnrry aHrnotthhtpnIlIr 1 R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HAurroKi KY Wlll preth I nt Stele niil Pnlrrnl Court 1ullrttrpInIepllr M i IIIMVKIV KiiMwr uomnvAitii ilEA VRIN WOODWARD Qot 1 5 Ct9UJ I 1VIIIIIpl In nil lie laerlri nt Aplwnlr rI1IIn= c =z=YANCY MOSLEY ATfC nxE y A1 LAW Hxrir1 Kfnlnclrv will prtrllr bl lroleeln In ell tt Cnarl ur ado end utJtIt nHMillm nutlln th rntirt of 111 lI Nntnrl Ihl- 11m nlr rtrt Nnflonel Diet wii IIAHMS A AMUIIIHON BARN f ANDERSON tlorncys anj Counselors at Law 1IlIIftllllI j J Th Ilu1 iinilnllicv ItlHt Ihrr hllr 11111 n pinuhadnr h prertrrl u 1n In lluri KtiiHni tvirml oltk nttlruhthI- 1 nf Uiln lll oi lirr itrt II NM pert 11 Kr Allr IlneIal nn l IHIfmlloii nr llUir TlllM Ill llnl Kllr i lr nit 1 w nl ii IIUtIe Xiiturl In ntfliv H IIIIMIMN N AXIKIItiN KILETHBQPUGH AND CURE THE FUNCS ir9fgst PriceQR100 Surest anti QiicKcst Cato for oil THROAT nail IiTJIIG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK PROCURED AriD OFFENDED ndmM- kruytI myudlurea rtM rv h Mia I mart1110 ulruo now h taln I Ib u4 Iroltl nurte fuiyrlgliUiUi IN ALL COUNTRIES JnitlHtii Jirft n Ilk HatHnglon Mm limr nosy auJfftfn Hitfaint EleluslvtlyWrtIG I OU Hlntt Strict cpp VJMd 1100 hlef t OS WASHI J D C d I I ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY b t I t leconrnbATxn f- The Rongh River Telephone Co Is Independent owned and operated by home people Good service at i reasonable rates Prices for toll ser exendedconversation 15 miles 10 cts 30 miles 15 cts 4T miles 20 cts c J W OBANNON Mgr Beaver Dam Ky I jj IJYI +++++t ee + f+ tart+++4+++ oa + + ++ktt ++++++++++++++++++++ f HARTFORD iINOI +OKAMM5I IMH2 i f Capital Stock 40000001 Surplus I2OOOOO t- J Stockholders Acldil Liability 4OOOOOO + a r Securety to Depositors 9200000 tJ W FORD President JOHN T MOO E Cashier H P TAYLOR V Prest R IIOLBKOOK Asst Cashier or FonuwitR IiOLIIIOOKIhieaors iIFIRST NATIONAL BANK Oi Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus ProfHsl2500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your fink Come in Dllu consGAWK LIKKNS ALviN howl Butcii FEIIX JIM POIK STKVKNS WAYNI GRIFFIN d fi 9 i BLACK BIRKHEAD i 41PROPRIETORS 1 Hartford and Beaver Dam Transfer S 9ANDMuots all trails Also4 9t 4 General Liverymen r n lest of attention given to stuck Nuts stable Main jj S street Hartford Ky jt cfl I TBtIS COLLEGES ARE FAILURES NEW MILL LAW Provisions Under Which the Mills of Kentucky Must Operate The following law under which all millers in Kentucky must operate was j passed by the last legislature and be cause a law on approval by Governor Beckham Marcia 22 last Every owner or occupier of a mill grinding meal flour bread stuff teed or otherwise shall keep therein and use sealed measures or half bushel and peck and toll dish seal ed and shall measure all grain by strike measure weight under ty of five dollars for every penalII o ure recoverable with costs justice of the peace for the use and benefit of the common school funds in tho district where the mill is 101 cated Every miller shall well and sufficiently I grind or manufacture tho grain brought to his or their mill for the consumption of the person bringing or sending in due time and in order that the same shall be brought giving tho perference only to what be necessary for his own a family use He or they may take the toll of oneeighth and no more directly or indirectly of all grain ground or manufactured on or exchanged in water mills and onesev t 4 In small titles and towns because I There Is not a tirncientpcpuliUcnIo lupporla GOOD school schools usually conducted by Firscns who are NOT quaUneu or who maze It a prsctin totrnvcl about and der IruSlhr patron 3 There are few If any opportunities for their graduates to secure employment In suchlocaiities 4 Tie THOROUGH business colleges arelocaedinlhelargercinesandareconducted 5 The graduates of buimsss colleges In small ciilat ortowns can not secure employ ment Inlarss dUes when thrown in compe tition with the THOROUGH graduates of etaes schools as business men have no time to openmentwih Ircompetents Senc1lorthllnut6SI enth part and no more of all grain ground or manufactured on or exchanged in a steam gasoline or any other power mill other than a watermill For any violations of these rules as to time order or quality of grinding or manufacturing or as to the amount of the toll taken or de manded the owners or occupiers of the mill shall forfeit ten dollars to the party injured recoverable with costs before a justice of the peace 1 Peruvian Scheme in Abeyance The scheme of the Peruvian government to construct a railway over the Andes to unite the coast pro vinces of the Pacific with their immensely valuable undeveloped land in the interior and extending through to the atlantic provinces is still in abeyance Negotiations are in progress for raising a loan for railway construction but so far the I route of the proposed railway has not been decided upon IA bath cleanses the skin and rids pores of refuse A bath makesI far better fellowship and citizenship I Not only should the outside of the body be cleansed but occasional use of a laxative or cathartic opens the bowels and clears the system of effete matter Best for this are De Witts Little Early Risers Pleasant little pills that do not gripe or sick en Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro dMf t ttee NOT A TRUST Some Observatios Concerning the American Society of Equity and the Law Some heedless publications are intimating that farmers in organizing may make themselves amenable to the antitrust laws Such papers speak unadvisedly if not recklessly and with little regard to the facts All organizations are combinations of individuals for some definite purpose This is true of the benevolent and fraternalorganizationsMa sons Odd Fellows Pythians Grange Labor Unions and all others Those combinations known as trusts and against whose harmful powers laws were enacted are com binations of combinations corpora tions composed of other corporations for the purpose of preventingt potion in certain lines of b comI and giving the joint us near as may be a monopoly of some articles of public use The American Society of Equity is no more like these than are the soci eties mentioned above It does not seek a monopoly of anything Farm ing is just as free and unrestrained as ever it was so far as this society is concerned and always will be The purposes of the society are fully set forth in our articles of incorpora tion not one of which points even most remotely to a monopoly of any thingWe realize that the prevalent method of marketing farm products is most disastrous to those who pro duce them and almost equally harm ful to those who consume them Hence our energies are devoted to teaching the producers a better way not by any means in restraint to trade but in so selling as to fully supply the demand but not in such quantities at any time is to oversupply it to result in a glut of th6 market and a stagnation of busi ness This meets the approval of both buying and consuming centers as it removes the element of doubt and uncertainty and makes a regu market at steady prices liar Accomplish this desirable ob ject the plan of the society is in an nual national convention through an efficient statistical boardrepresent I ing every line of agricultural pro duction aided by an exhaustive sys tem of crop reporting and any other available authentic statistics to consumpI accordance with the law of supply and demand what would be a prop er minimum price for the various products of that year These prices adopted by the national convention and ratified by the State county and local unions are made the barome ter of the state of the market to show when supplies are scant when they are exactly adequate and when they are excessive When the supply is scant there is an activity in bidding with an upward tendency of price Then selling is full and ac tive so as to guarantee a complete supply and prevent an unsettling in crease of price When this is ac complished both buying and price become steady and selling is steady to meet it On the other hand should the supply become excessive buying becomes slow and prices in cline to sag Then offerings are withheld until the excess is consumed and normal conditions of adequate supply arc again attained The most ordinary intellect can see that there is no restraint of trade in this that there is no cornering of products no monopolistic tendency nothing harmful but that its accomplishment must bring stability to business surer reward to farmers less cost and uncertainity to con sumers and absolutely better con ditions for allIAll that remains is the question of accomplishment That question is already solved almost all of our most important crops have felt the influence of this plan and the teach ings of the society Many of them have actually been so controlled and so marketed with the most happy results Other crops are being rap idly brought within its influence- In the matter of the perishable products tho society is kept in clos er touch with the market and in more direct communication with the producers and shippers so as to di rect the shipping rather than the quantity put upon the marketto prevent shipments to points already fully supplied and direct them to points where the supply is inade d rtil+ k quated the universalizing of con sumption making it as general as production and maintaining fair prices and preventing losses at the same time suppyling those who actu ally desire the commodities and could not get them under prevalent methods of marketing There la nothing hidden in the I plans of the American Society of Equity It has no secrets in its or ganization and denies membership to none who believe in and are will ing to work for equity in all the business relations of life It is sim ply a plain business proposition to secure improvement in certain im portant lines of trade and as such it unhesitatingly goes before the coun try When two strong meh come to blow oven if they are well match ed it is not u pleasant sight but if the man who gets the worst of it will use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve he will look better and feel better ill short order Be sure you get De Witts Good for every thing a salve is used for including piles Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro S Wanted Them Quick An Irihhman rushed up the stairs to the naturalization bureau in the federal building He appeared pop eyed before Clerk Donovan says the New York Sun 1 wish to take out first papers exclaimed the Irishman excitedly = How long have you been in this country queried Donovan About twenty minutes say half an hour that is off the Island Well isnt this rather sudden Now its this way y anner ex plained the employed citizen in hon eyed tones There was a domed German on broad board my ship who bet me hed get payers first Hes not here yet Gide me the pa pars p anner dear There is more Catarrh in this sec tion of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local diseas and prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it in curable Science has proven catar rah to be a constitutional diseasi and therefore requires constitutiona treatment Halls Catarrah Cure manufactured by FJCheneyCo Toledo Ohio is the only constitu tional cure on Lthe market It i s taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts die rcctly on the blood and mucous sur faces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars and tes timonialsAddress F J CHENEY Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 75 Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation How About Thistl- iinlnrllliTlniiM J During the heated spell quite a number of your readers includin g your farmer readers have ample time and I am asking them to ex plain a singular condition existing- on the Graddy farm in Woodford county Ky Hearing of the pecul arities of the soil of his farm many persons have visited it excited by curiosity This is a very extensive farm and maybe some of your agri cultural readers can explain why 5 t is that the soil of this farm acts so peculiarly No matter what is sown or planted on this farm half the product is beans You may sow wheat oats or rye and half the out come of the crop will be beans 01 you may sow turnips or radishes 01 even plant corn and half the crop will be beans This is the only farm of the kind in this prolific county which is not ed as the richest county in the Blue countyIgus bed of the Garden of Eden I Now can any of your agricultural even city readers explain why it lor that one of the best farms in the of Woodford is so eccentric that half of the crop comes up beans I HENRY CLAY CAMPBELL Versailles Ky August 25 I I CASTORIAFor Infants and Children BoulhtII Bears the nj x 0S1i1- tUG of mRa t STRONG Agains tovallofTilton oa- uld after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cur Hundreds of otherwea women are being restored to perfect health by this rem edy YOU may be well If you will take It Indieeitloneauie nearly all the sick ness that worm nourishI Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food thatmaybe eaten It nourish orlnII disordersDigests What You EatD- ollarlottIekt4l s ruM at U La tinl l M l M lh I I rturr rxoD wm trial or le tut tin I I e0 011 OIA Mold by Z WAYNK URIYFIN REAL ESTATE If you have a farm town lot dwelling or any other Real Estat for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All you have to do is to list with us Note These Bargains Splendid two story dwelling wit seven rooms new two wide halls on Union Street Hartford situated I on lot J acre All out buildings and r goodwater Price reasonable frot11II Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con sisting of 93 acres good hill land orchardlat a bargain 40J acres near White Run adjacen to the I C R R half Caney bottoms all cleared good orchard two good wells price reasonable bargain for some one further infor mation furnished on application 100 acres 1 mile from the Cour 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 furnished on application- A twenty acre tract two mile North from Hartford on the Owens boro and Hartford road within J mile of School house excellen neighborhood good barn and out buildings moderate dwelling anda 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 in excellent state of cultivation remaind er well timbered with oak gum ash maple and hickory Good dwelling stable and other outbuildings Wil sell land and timber together 01 either separate from the other 95J acres Rough River bottoms considered the richest soil in the neighborhood on what is known as the big ditch three miles West from Hartford All well timbered with firstclass oak gum ash maple and hickory Will sell timber and not the land or will sell land and reserv timber or will sell all together 200 acres of fine farming land a1 Dan Station on Owensboro brand 1 C R R 70 lacres up land bal bottom will make 70 to 80 bushel of corn per acre About 60 acres ir timber Three dwelling houses Good well water and early orchard Terms onehalf cash balance 01n easy payments New two story frame dwelling ir Hartford Six rooms two nice halls Lot 100 fact front 210 feet deep Good well Situated corner Fredrici and Griffin streets Two thirdscnsh balance in 12 months A bargain List your property with us We will find a buye- rBRRBETY X 8W1TH Republican Office Hartford Ky Jumbeland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Co Incorporated I lucres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and place of business My business baa Increased and my wifes voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours fur good service and gentlemanly competition T J mORGAN Mflr W JJ JnJOliio County Circuit Court TKIIIrkhead Judge Hen D ItlnROAttnrncy Oscar Mldkiff Jailer Ed 0 llarrniH Clerk Trunk L ftttf Muster Com nIA tlnitihcr L P Crowder K H Megan Grant Pollard JWCourtconYenwiflriit Men day In March end August and continues three vtwkHHnd third Monday In May rtnd XpT mt r two week County ConrtW IlTiylor Judge ttH Bartfondmonth MondayInCourt of Clulmft Convene flrst Monday In Jaaunry Tuesday niter eecond 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Ky A R COOK C P T A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky I 0 H HUNGERFORDDPA 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky J C BEAN A G P A St Louis Mo I Subscribe for TILE REPUBLICAN I E d H Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7 MEANEST MAN Dropped Pewter Half Dollar Into the Contribution Box and Took the Change Only a few days ago it was raise bills that caused a commotion in Pa ducah now counterfeiters appear to have been at work says the Padu NewsDemocratDuring week a counter feit silver dollar was passed on Miss Ella Householder Sho promptly turned it over to Deputy United States Marshal Wade Brown But the meanest man of all is the man who would try to beat a church Yet it appears that there is such a man in Paducah Last Sunday a man took a seat in the First Baptist church and ap peared to be very devout When the box was passed the devout man dropped in a halfdollar and took out 40 cents When the collection was counted after services were over it was found that the half was pewter Such a thing was never known i the history of the church and whit the face of the miscreant is familiar to many of the church goers the exact identity of the man is un known The bogus coin has been turned over to Deputy United States Marshal Brown for further investiga tion Kohiers Celebrated Band will furnish music for the Fair It has bean securedat t large expense but the management will feel repaid if its patrons are satisfied This band will satisfy themILIVES OF FISHES SAVED Taken from Sloughs Formed by Over Sow of Illinois and Missis sippi Rivers The rescue of fishes from tIle sloughs formed by the overflow of the Illinois anti Mississippi rivers has been in the last year conducted by the bureau of fish cries on a larger scale than heretofore according to the New York Tribune These sloughs says the commission1 become entirely dry in summer or with the high temperature of the water till with a tank growth of vegetation which smothers the fish In winter they freeze Thus the fish in them must perish unless removed and the work of the bumui consists in seining those overflowed places and transferring the lisle to suitable waters Millions of flat have thus been rescued and returned to the rivers and large numbers are retained for distribution by the car and messenger service to applicants all over the country these sloughs being one of the chief sources of supply lot large mouth bass crappie and sunfish In September 1001 a crew of the employes of the Itcllcviic Ia station engaged in rescuing fool and game fishes from the overflowed islands adjoining tit Mis sissippi in Jo Daviess county Illinois were set upon by tli sheriff of that county subjects- to many indignities and impris oned over night in wet clothes The alleged ground for this arrest wits violation of the state law although us a matter of fuel the bureau was operating lu strict accordance with the taw and this was well known to the flheritT As Jo Daviiss county which extends for about 155 milts along the river in the vicinity of Dubmjue la comprises a long stretch of low islands swamps etc on which are hundreds of hallow likes and pools made by the overflow water from the Mix nissipjti river it is the lest Held nn the upper Mississippi for the bureaus work and on account of This fact the special collecting sIn I ion was established at ISelle vue some years ago There are not many overflow lakes on tilt Iowa side of the river within easy reach of the station and if tie bureau w prevented from taking fish tram the Illinois side i no worn will ftp Krmiraiy crip pled in future arm rtiil probably Lave to IK nhatKLvcwf Cock Fighting Arose g iheWOreek The sport of alert lighting seems to hart flrjfcirratpff with Theniinloclci or fJmme When he was leading zn stmy against the Persians lie nefrit two cocks in a desperate ImCtCK To stimulate 4lw courage of his soldiers be p ranted out the wandordered that an annual cock fight should be laW to celebrate his victory In England UH retools show that the first cork tight took place in 1101 IInIRUtIthe result is that often the cattle I get on to the cliffy and fall into the sea There are 400 inhabit nuts and one prismr tat it never had but one priiwcrrr a small girl who had slnkn ai hundker chief and she awbktI no loudly that they let her oat Dying st old 4bU famousn j nteSpains Moorish Icoptv founded bothlI up vigld of UH towei and tried to Uvef the en tire fabric II is be gnat age of the building Trh cL iP threaten fair it wiH dcBtmctt m now liana of TaotliplcVs Quill toothpicks come from l France The Least factory in the world is scar Parisy where I there is u suoarul product of 20000000 qaill The factory I was started lo state quill pens I gente111tootlmick + mISUBTLE j Dullness of rainy days in the New England resort where she I is passing the STTHIEKT is dis polled by Scnnrita Elena Calde ron in an original way The darkeyed daaghtw of the Boll vian minister in Vasnfngton oc dillies those henry ours with teachingthe language of the fan j to girl friends Pew tmericnne maids are able to selves of the opportunities af forded by the use of the fan Of course when city have miiHj tered all meanings of the grace ful instrument the next i will be to convey that to men friends knowlcdJeI who hovers around fail to catch the meaning of tilt uplifted fun I just shading the right eye he l might rush up at the wrong I time That signal means DI- not come yet TLe lira just be tore the lip menus Yon are ever welcome lint it will take a long and faithful practice to enable the nervous American girl to wield a mwit the Ian gorotis grace of her Irctixt sister FRANCES GREAT CARICATURIST Caran dAcbe lift famous French caricaturist gives this account of his finrt taricature One flay while wrriffg Li the I army as a young inset te called on M DctaiUc the ruinous mill saysdme to go on lint Infore I give you a definite decimonr go back I to bat racks and erotic me some thing fresh said In and bring it to ine next wrofc and I will give you an opinion Coma dAchc went back to barrack lulu attempted to draw the regi mental scullion Impossible AH long as the idiots food there look lug at me with his mouths wed open I could make xwthing n him HO with absolute injustice I gavthiln two daysT tells for being such a fool and gaTCit np Neil day on n picrrk of writing paper I drew ray waltfou from memory And to Cnrnn dAches first great caricature dells made INCOMPETENT ShlI cant hegxn to express my contempt for volts lie Thank bearcii tLece fBt BITe subject on which you haute oath lag to say THEREALPOWER OF JAPAN Factors Which Promise to Give That Country the Commercial Supremacy It Seeks These wise keen eyed people that sit watching intently the dully trend of the worlds prog ress know well enough that the real struggles for world power are to be commercial not mlli tary and it is on commercial and industrial fields that chiefly they expect to win glory tad domination and empire for Ja pan ways C E Russell in EIedybodys For such contests they have two weapons of astounding und unprecedented power First a working population intelligent capable facile or deny extremely industrious anti having a low standard of living Second a government astute as to modern conditions reso lately determined to force Tap anese influence Japanese manu facturing anti Japanese com insets and utterly unscrupulous as to the means it uses to that endThe world has never seen anything like this combination it has never seen or imagined nor dreamed of the stupendous re sults that can be secured by it With cheap and efficient labor Japan can produce at lower east than any other nation with its gottenIforces to imposing greatness with the two in existing condi tions of private enterprise it can annihilate competition For individuals can compete with individuals firms with firms corporations with corjHir ations trusts with trusts hilt neither individual firm corpora Lion nor trust can compete with a government And hark of ev err great manufacturing com mercial or financial enterprise in Japan hack of it or actively in olved in it is the Japanese government the greatest gov ernment trader in the world EMOTIONALISM IN ART Impossible for Artists or Writers Adequately to Depict What They Cannot Feel Superficial sentiment is without vital influence The secret power pies in the intensity of- lIIotillll but especially so in ByIv they do not feel There should be a thermometer of tempera ment as well as for tempera hire feeling and emotion have their degrees We are serene when our feelings are in the temperate zone indignant when we pass 85 furious when we reach blood heat mad at boiling point When feeling falls below 10 we become indifferent and when it reaches freezing point we are heartless An emotion that does not attain the seventy sixth degree Is hardly worth re cording At Hummer bent tIle rarest flowers begin to bloom and nature becomes poetic While the temperate is the proper sphere for pure reason anti scientific observation it is rarely if ever proper for the highest achievement in any In the world of art Imagination and feeling are not content with la serenity that touches the bor ders of indifference The cren the instinct is never effective unless at a certain pitch of en thusiasm It is the sharp clear brilliant current of thought that electrifies the brain But an idea is worthless unless we cnn find a form to hold it In the best work idea form and feeling appear to the beholder as one An electric holt seems a cold lightnlntg t thou an ordinary fire would con sume in an hour Francis Grier son in the Critic THE AGENT LAUGHED LAS Incident Shows How Hard It Is t Trap the Merry Insurance Chaser A certain woman who wished to have some fun at the ex pence of an agent who hud oft entimes solicited her to insure herself and family asked him on one occasion if he would insure the cat Tne agent to the as tonishmcnt and no small 11 in line ment of some friends promptly offered to do so provided she pall the first premium down Tit woman still thinking to hoax him expressed her willing doljquickly produced a proposal filled it in and obtained her sig nature while those present were on the tiptoe of expectancy us to- what was to follow Now madam with your per mission only I see the eat 1 Certainly she replied a the same tune pointing to a glass case which contained the stuffed remains of the poor de bract cat A diaries of derisive laughter burst from all present but t their dismay the agent turned bowed politely at the same time picking up till dollar and ex claimed When the cat dies madam kindly call at our office and claim the insurance money Good morning PATTIS GOOD LOOKS Englands most famous singe- Mme Patti although over M years old still enjoys the best of health and good looks Item beau tiful rosepink complexion which has ever been her most striking attraction she attributes to fresh air careful dieting and rain baths With respect to the lot ter curious recipe site says oily all means let the rain hen t against your face as often as you have a chance The ruin has n wonderful freshening effect on the pores of the skin Of course you must otherwise wrap up well to prevent taking cold Mme Iutti takes over three hours daily exercise in the open air which she considers should iH n regular feature in the daily life of every woman HARDSHIPS OF PAST AGES FactoIn the ages past how did people ever manage to live without telephones and the tele graphlhilosThey didnt they all diedLife WOMANLY Maid Are you at home to Mrs Toney norm Shes at the door Mistress I am if she has a now hut on not otherwise r James Smith Dead Mr James Smith died at his home five miles below Calhoun from t effect of a paralytic stroke last Friday and his remains were interred at the Williams burying ground near Liberty Saturday The deceased was eighty years old He was born and reared in this county near Horse Branch His death recalls the tragic death of his father who together with a Mr Cooksey and J William Thomas were drowned in Rough Creek near Hartford eight or more years ago Everybody attending Fair is entitled to a chance to draw the 2500 IN GOL See catalogue of Fair for par ticulars Insurance Department of Ken tuckYnFrankfort Aug 13th 1906 Whereas The National Life Insurance Company located at Montpelier Vt possessed of the actual capital required under the laws of this Commonwealth and has complied with all the requirements of said laws which are applicable to Life Insurance Companies incorporated by or doing business in other States of the United States Now therefore I Henry R Prewitt Insurance Commissoner f the State of Kentucky in p ursuanc of the authority vested in me by the laws of this Commonwealth do hereby certify that C M Barnett and C E Smith of Hartford in the of as CompanyT to Insuraneco for one year fromAug 1 1906 in this State as provided by the laws thereofIn Whereof I have hereunto subscribed myname and caused my official Seal to be affixed on the day and year first above written HENRY R PREWITT Insurance Commissioner CANE RUN Sept 9Our pastor Elder J W Bristow of Fordsville and Elder began a protracted 1Couch last night Louis and children of newtr of her daughter Mrs J M Chris tian Mesdnmos Nancy and Mahala Daniel of Salem visited Mrs Ma halos daughter Mrs Rhoda Daniel near Olaton yesterday visitedthisnear Milwood Saturday anti Sun day It H Basham and Estil Raley went to Hartford yesterday MissIwere guests ofI Mrs Loucinda Balmain near Sun nydale Saturday and Sunday An elaborate program each day of the Fair buy been ur t ranged by the management Special features have been se cured at a largo expense to therpeople RENDER Sept lDavid Watkins of Cen tral City was here last Wednesday J H Brown of Central City was here last Thursday Mrs D W Gwynn andchildren left for Herrin III last Thursday to make their future home Mr Gwynn has a position at that place E G Burton of Staunton Illnr rived here last Friday to be the guest of relatives for a few weeks J H Brown of Central City was the guest of Mrs Sam James Jr last Friday and Saturday Mrs Jas Bratcher of Beaver Dam was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs E S Reid last Satur day and Sunday Mrs E E Burton spent the day in Luzerne last Sunday Ed MossbaYger of Cecilian and- S S Hoover of Louisville were here yesterday Simon Jones and Isaac Oser wen to Louisville yesterday Sam Filmore spent the day in Central City yesterday John Miles of Vine Grove and Sam Jones of Louisville were here today Robert Englehy Sr and wife left today for a three weeks visit to relatives in Pilot Point Texas Sam James Sr was in Hartford today heThe Ladies Aid Society is going to give an ice cream supper next Saturday night at the Render school hall for the benefit of the church IA fine string of horses have boon secured for the rat Exciting races are assured Query day Marriage License Thefollowing license to wed have been issued since our last report agIts Mines aged 18 P B Hart Horse HunterD NancyWilliams Beaver Dam age 23 to Mabel WilliamsBeaver Damage 20 r Suits for Taxes County Attorney Woodward is preparing and will file this week one hundred suits against as many taxpayers of the county whose land has been sold for taxes and bought by the State These suits aremany of them for very small amounts originally but with the penalties and cost they will constitute quite a burden on the Improvident class who have suffered their land to be sold orSec 4153 of the chapter concerning revenue and taxation provides a fine of 20 for each suit the County Attorney fails to bring and he was left no choice in the matter Prof Stubbs incharge for the largest Alligator in cap tivity will attend the rain Bring tit children out to see lt TAYLOR MINES Sept bMisses Myra and Pa line McKenney of Louisville were the guests of Mr Jo McKenney and family this week I Messrs M A and M D Hudson Great Opportunity One Pare aPlus 5200 To NBW YORKAND RETURN VIA Big FourLSMSnnd NYCHRRys Through the beautiful Mohawk Valley down the Hudson River and into the Heart of the City in the Hotel Theatrical and Business Districts Connection can be made aN Depot with Subway Elevatedand Surface Cars to all points in the city Dates of sale August 28 and 29 1906 with liberal return limit For full information apply to near est Big Four agent or address 113 RllElN G P A- Cincinnati 0 J Gins General Agent Louisville Ky Louisville Live Stock Market IMTTMl- dlulntUtrhrrntwM vu ft e5 Kalr to KUiitl lmlh r lrrr A M n 4 nlbulee Imtilur Mf M 315 M 4 t Fair to jrooil tintrhrr hfltrri S SSMfl 75 lhol hutrkrrroe 3 S6 H 3 J4 Fair to Ruud tmtchrr cowl j MM s III Choir lullth cows St IO l 40 l Uxllam lit iniixl mllrb roead00 W Its 09 IIOI1H- lhOlr HfHBi JOO O JOO tli a 11 W Srn Wnllnni pnrkr UltnSOO n C 111 ss IUht Klilpprr ItO In lea Itii 0 Cbolu plJ I n i m f 00 H a X NI1t1 tai IAsgIts FRIr to ptvl bi a oo M j sn Choir hlpIHKlImba 7 MM T 60- Nrnad S OOH J M Hartford Produce Market l ltiortd hj thllattturd ConmUilonColC- OUSTIIY ritODIVK llatlrr good voantrjr Ire 1I11ItIWIIM he Nrw frfttfatr pr pound KICK 11 r iUn 71i spdsRrhIek maehIeklR-butlr tae I1osrrrtlnnRadoll h Dark Mt I oan l kTurktji 1uI 100 It UM were in Central City Monday Mr and Mrs Clarence Baker of Williams Mines were the guests of of Mr and Mrs S Baker Sunday andtThomas Turnbull were in Morgan- town Monday Misses Emma Maitland and Jennie Veller visited friends at Williams Mines Saturday night and Sunday Mr Wood Cornelius and family of Graham Mines visited friends here SundayMr Mrs M B Benson of Dunbar were the guests of relatives here last week Dr J 0 McKenney and Otho Mil ler were in Williams Mine Sunday afternoonMiss Dorr returned to her home in Hopkinsville Monday after n two weeks visit to relatives here Mr and Mra B F Hudson were Colll dayMr Jo McKenney is in Louisville this week purchasing the new fall goods for Taylor Coal Company store Important Meeting All persons holding policies of in surance in New York Life or Mutual Life of New York are requested to meet at the Court House in Hartford this evening at 730 to discuss matters of vital interest to the poli cy holders Do not fail to be present A POLICY HOLDER c T CEIaBMs tbs11IKfad rs Han rnrs Bum vt Y fit rrslttttrtttaa For Thin PoorBloodI You can trust a medicine tested 60 years I Sixty years of experience think of that I Experience with Ayers Sar saparllla the original Saran parllla the Sarsaparllla the doctors endorse for thin blood weak nerves general debility doItsbowels conttlpmt a for the best poufhl rev AyerrFills CAtsrorrowsUustl 4 VIGOR orsAOUECURB PECTORAL publishthe II