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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mt attf01b ltp tJlicttttJ r uu- uo Fine Job Work a Specialty If IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XIX HAltTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1906 No9 MAMMOTH CAVE Items of Interest From Trip J of Successful Candidates Splendid Addition to Education of the Doys and Enjoyable Outing On the afternoon of Tuesday the Uh inst the writer In charge often as bright boys as could be found in Ohio county left Hartford for a trip to the great Kentucky wonder situated in Edmonson county near Green River nine miles from Glas gow Junction known to all the world as Mammoth Cave The names of all the boys have heretofore been given in these columns The route as first arranged was by way of Cromwell steamer to Woodbury where we were to transfer to anoth f er steamer up Green River for the Cave This plan had to be altered however owing to a change in the boat schedule for upper Green River At Cromwell when we boarded the elegant Steamer Bowling Green the clerk Mr A M Hackett and who by the way mude every effor- to assist us in our plum and to make the boys comfortable assigned tour party the following persons Mr T Jahn und wife Mr J W Baker and Mrs Mary Mercer o Render Mr Wm H Shaut and wife of Owensboro Mr R Tucker and wife Evansville Mr A B Dellmer and wife Elmira N Y and J M Hudson Beaver Dam We arrived at Bowling Green at 4 a m Wednesday and left over the L N railroad nt 10 oclock A Glasgow Junction we had a wait o one hour and thirty minutes durin which we took dinner with my ol friend E H Mentz whom we found to be proprietor of one of the most elegant hotels outside the cities Mr Mentz wife son an daughter all joined in making us feel at home and comfortable From Glasgow Junction the trip nine miles down to the Cave is ove a little Jerkwater railroad wit antiquated coaches drawn by an engine which loojcs almost as old as thy Cave itself However it is the semblance of a railroad lending t the natural wonder and its officers act as though they are at all time aware of this fact The nine miles traversed by this curious little railroad are over hills and along dee p gorges through an uninhabitable looking country which grows more so until you are told all out foi the Cave You find yourself won dering how it was ever found ever by the traditional wounded bear My little party now grown to twentytwo was soon comfortablj iflxed in the old log hotel for such il Is some of Its many sections almos one hundred years old and at 130 p m with guide Bishop westart- to ido the short route which Is sever miles long and requires generally about three hours to complete It is not my purpose to attempt f detailed writeup of the Cave Thii has been attempted by others with i much greater descriptive powers r and as we see it now they failed and we doubt if it can be success r fully discribed We shall therefor merely mention some of its chi points of interest The main avenue of the Cave va ries in width from 30 to GO feet am about the same in hight For morE than a mile you are greeted on al sides by evidences of the old saltpetel iworks of 1812 The wooden pipes being m good state of pre f servation It was here that much o the essential elment for making gui i powder was procured tmd indeed w are informed that but for this sup p ply we might not have succeeded si well in that contest with our mothe country Outside of an introduc f tion to the immensity of the cavern the main points of interest on th short route are the bottomless pit 4 rit11 star chamber theold am and Martha Washington Statute All of which are trul 0 wonderful and worth the trip We returned to the hotel about oclock in good shape for supper The tem perature in the Cave is about CO de gress and when after several hours of this you emerge suddenly into a 9G degree atmosphere you feel as though you are on the verge of col lapseOn Thursday morning my boys reelognze I bright and early reedy for the seventeen mile trudge which it is necessa ry to make in order to see long route At 930 we began our jour ney with our party increased by ten or twelve who had been assigned to our guide Among the number were the Misses Redford of Tompkins I ville who were welcome additions as my boys had complained of the I scarcity of young ladies the day before But as this will be read by I some motlicig and remembering that we all agreed to tell no tales we will direct this story along other channels of the Cave On the long route the first plan Which rivited my undivided atten tion was fat mans misery As you will guess this is where the passway becomes very small for sev eral hundred feet and it is a sore with us The dead rivertstyx Echo river Marthas Vineyard flour garden and rocky mountain are all to be seen Lack of for mentionfThe famous Echo river is connected with Green river und influenced by the rise and fall of that stream It has been known to rise 20 feet in 5 hours and at times completely over flows a large portion of the Cave Marthas Vineyard is so named be theref thdhead roses of all sizes in relief Rocky Mountain furnishes a climb declivitiesdI miles to see the end The return trip takes you by way of the celebra ted corkscrew a spiral climb of onehpoint than by the way you came Our party was just nine hours completing the tramp and we were all pretty well worn out if we told I the truth but none willing to sell th I experience and information obtained I at any price We were somewhat disappointed that the upper Green river boat did not make the trip on Friday there by depriving us of a view of the new locks and beautiful scenery along that stream between Browns I ville and the Cave Bv telephone we communicated with Capt Edgar Williams of the Steamer Evansville and he was good enough to hold his boat at Bowling Green three and onehali hours until we could get there by Irail This was a concession rarely I made and was appreciated all the more by our company The Evansville is one of the fastest and pret L tiest boats which ever ran Green 5 river and from Capt Williams down is officered by a crew of gentler men who are ever watchful of the comfort of her passengers Our trip back to Cromwell and to Hartford was without incident but f highly enjoyed by all The writer Is truly glad that he was assigned the pleasant duty of ac I compaying our boys on this trip He feels sure the experience and educa 1 tional advantages came to them at s time to be of lasting benefit as most of them are just completing the common school course f We shall always take a keen in 1 terest in their efforts in life and the contact with them has given us conception of their intelligence which warrants usin expecting gboc r reports from each of them whei they come to grapple with the prob- lemsi of manhood v I Wanted 1 50 good tie makers to make ties s Call on M T LikENS 9tf Hartford Ky t IIOur Mammoth Cave Boys JOHNIK WALLACE SIIEIt lAN CHAMBEUL1N ELIJAH DANIEL ROY KEOWN JESSE C SMITH HOWE COVDIT JOHN SMfTH CARROLL SMITH ROBERT DAVIS RIG DEAL CONSUMMATED Eight Thousand Acres of Min eral Land Near Rochester in Ohio Count y Taken Over By West Virginia Company For the past several months ther- has been considerable speculatio about the ultimate result and fins disposition of between seven nni eight thousand acres of mineral land near Rochester this county hel under option taken by Dudley an Grogg of Parkersburg West Vii giniaIt was practically certain whe- the announcement came a few wepk ago that the Green River Coal Min theproperty of the Green River Mininj and Transportation Company locate d at Jimtown and near Rochester that the same company would soon tak over the Dudley and Grogg options mineral property This belief ha been confirmed The West Virgini Company has announced its inten tion to take up the property so sooi as it can be surveyed and platted which will be done by John B Wil son of Hartford at once with dispatch Thero will probably be forty o fifty farmers affected by the dez and something like 50000 will b paid them for the mineral property The same company has under op tion in Muhlenburg county nea Green river just opposite that in Ohi county a body of about six thousan acres which will be surveyed an I taken up at the same time Clay Taylors farm has alread been purchased by the company fo a town site and the mines will b opened on same Including th I 2000 acres of mineral land odjacen to this last acquisition and 2000 o more near Point Pleasant this com panys ownings of mineral land pro b ably exceeds that of any other on local company and particularly b any company that proposes to wpr the coal right away as the Greei River Coal Mining Company does caveaEditors REPUBLICAN Please allow me room in your co1 I umns to make a brief statement our trip to the Cave which ws awarded by THE REPUBLICAN to se en Ohio county school boys and which I was a representative We boys with two invited guest chaperoned by Col C M Barnet left Hartford Tuesday afternoo 230 arriving at Cromwell where we took the boat for Bowling Green I and thence by rail to the Cave ar i riving there about 9 a m Wednes day morning Alter partaking of a sumptious dinner we made ready to take the short route the company I being photographed near the en 10ngJPuteIj one never held them The Cave is rightfully ofnII The dear old REPUBLICAN will ever be held in reverence by the sevens I Ohio county school boys for placing I within their rr cS n Irp t ths vm derful cavern and we would not for get Mr Barnett for his untiring ef tripna s ing way boyVof the number and avail myself of this opportunity to extend my hearty thanks to my friends who so kindly aided me in securing the trip ROY F KEOWN I GrandCe1ebratlon 1 Given by Fordsville Grand Army Post The Grand Army Post of Fordsville will celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the organization of the United States and the 25th J Anniversary the Fordsville Post Saturday October 13 1906 Thee committee invites all old soldiers their families to come bring thei dinners and spend the day with us r S F KISSINGER Corn J W R JONES Adj I One of the best bands int ontuckywill delight r Fair patrons with music this e yeary I t BIshopAxton Nuptials r Mr Chester Bishop of Corbin Ky and Miss Willie May Axton were united in marriage at the home e of the bride at Owensboro at 430 y oclock last Saturday afternoon k Following the ceremony the couple i left for Asheville N C On their re turn they will reside at Corbin where Mr Bishop has a good tion in a bank and where he is muc respected for his excellent character and splendid business attainments of Mrs Bishop is the second daughter s of Mrs Lois T Axton and is t r young lady of many attractive qual of sties TilE REPUBLICAN joins the many i Ohio county friends of Mr Bishop ir t extending to him and Mrs Bishof n hearty good wishes FOR THE BUSY READER flUniontion Tuesday by 1000 majority Secretary Shaw is addressing im mense crowds in his tour of North Carolina t to A receivers report shows Zio City to be in debt 6125018 wit only 2500000 assets W J Bryan was greeted by an im mense crowd of Southern Democrats- in Louisville Wednesday W R Hearst has been nominated fur Governor of New York Uy the Independence League y Col Weden ONeal one of the best kpown Attorneys in Kentucky died at his home near Covington j Senator Raynor Democrat of Maryland has declared against gov ernment ownership of railroads Over two hundred Jews were kill ed and one thousand wounded Satur day and Sunday during an outbrea- at Siedlce Russia The United States will not inter vene in the Cuban troubles unless i is absolutely necessary to protect American interests Hj Clay Evans Republican candi date for Governor ofTennssee open Lawrenceburgrpersons I I Three men were killed at Rush yule Ind by coming in contact with a barbed wire fence which had been charged with electricity 4 Ohio Republicans held their State Convention at Dayton and endorse Senator Dick for reelection as Chair man of the Execution Committee Senators Forker and Dick were easilj in control of the convention William T Cobb was reelected Governor of Maine last Monday b about 8000 plurality over Cyrus W Davis Democrat All the Republi can Congressman were reelected an RehIIAn elaborate program caul tho Fair has been ai ranged by the management Special features have been se- Cured at a large expense t I furnish amusement for th people STATE DEVELOPMENT Convention to be Held at Winchester Oct 10 II 12 Splendid Program Arranged In eluding Excursion to Beattyville Attention of leading farmers and business men of the state is now be ing attracted to the Fifth State Development Convention to be held at Winchester October 10 11 and 12th The Committee in charge of the ar rangements at Winchester are work ing hard in preparing for it and are enthusiastic over the prospect of an excellent program and a large attendanceThe will include six bus iness sessions The convention will be called to order at 130 p m Wednesday October 10 and there dayThursdaygo OH an excursion to Beattyville as theguestsof the Winchester Com mercialclubwheresomeoftheEastern o ber plants near there will be visited lunchwill be served by the citizens of BeaU ville and a short business session held Returning to Winchester an evening session will be held that day and on Friday and Friday evening the last day three sessions will beheld Senator William Lindsay of New rorkfias accepted an invitation to act as chairman of the convention- A feature of much interest on the program is that of the Roll Call of counties Seventytwo counties responded in the roll at Louisville and the committee expect to have more countyhselect a man in his county to prepare a statement to be used on the roll call of counties setting fourth county statistics in answer to the following questions 1 in what does your county excel 2 what 4 does your county need most 3 what is its labor supply and what wages does such labor command 4 what fectories and other industries have you Give the capitol2ti employment extent of business number of employers and amount paid in wages The information thus furnished to the Convention will be compiled and given wide publicity throughout the United States to attract to Kentucky capital seeking investment notkcounty It an excellent means advertising our resources and desirability as a location of such industries as we need publictwe and we want Men throughout the country who are seeking investments read the literature of such bodies as the State Development Convention and agood I strong statement from our country will be of much value to us We want other people to know us and what we have from Ohio countyI TheMessrs JE Fogle C M Barnett R Holbrook J F Carson and Dr E W Ford II Whose girl My girl What about her Shes going to the Fair with me Arrange the engagements now so the sorrifIsorbyFour Footed Chicken placedstole her nest out and came off Fri day with seven chickens one is quite- I a curiosity having four legs It is like other chickens walking on only two The other two are petfectly formed and extend from the end of his backbone It is brighter and- o seems to be as healthy as any other chicken Mrs Gwynn is very proud of it and will give it the best of care in I order to raise it yrsr H I ict1k lJCJCJCJCJCJC M 1- M k- JHEFA1R THE COUNTY FAIRV J c t Onlyx x x 1 V I r I f I HIO g I M = Ili TO BE HELD AT F xHARTFORDP x x KENTUCKY = = COMMENCING = rnrunrn = v v rrrVIMMI v U I I FOUIIDAYSx+ 1 iEverybody Will Be There and You Cant Afford to Miss It I I II t More attractions than ever before shown The very liberal premiums offered will bring an immense array of fine Stock and Superior Farm Prodntrt will be supplemented with rare amusements for the benefit of the people secured at Ijextra large expense KohJers Cpefeyatcd Cornet Band will furnish the music A laugh for every minute A sight for fjevery eye An occasion you T il3 bong remember The opportunity is yours Dont let it pass Reduced rates on railroads t IR HOLBROOK Pres0R E LEE SIMMERMAN Secy = p S 1 M 4 IR I IT 3e i8 5 C6 i iJUkM64 J1Ci Ifi 44444444444 44444444 h tf i GROWING SOME This Pumpkin Vine Chased a WagoniBut Luckily the Pumpkins Ripen Fast Which Held It Back Yes said the man with the Incandescent nose I have observed that the morning glory vine is a rapid grower also that the wild cu cumber vine can at times set a new record for longdistance speed but for twentieth century limited ached ule time commend me to the old re liable pumpkin vine Ive seen pumpkin vines grow clear across the road in a single night agreed the man with the in growing mustache Across the road sniffed the man with the incandescent nose Is that all Why out West where I came from ifa pumpkin vine couldnt do better than go across the road in a night it would betaken back to the stables and given training for speed Out West asked the man with the ingrowing mustache Thats what I said And the eyes of tho man with the incandescent nose grew dreamily reminscent I I remember one Mil when I way on the water wagon f A hoarse and incredulous from the man with the mustache interrupted ingrowingI moment but he went on ty I was hauling water for a gang of track layers and I had to drive 49 miles across the desert to get it and then drive back and it took a good two for the trip You know a pumpkin vine will simply run like a jack rabbit if It smells water Well Mr one morning I was starting back with the water wagon and a pumpkin vine crept through a barbed wire fence and started after me I knew if it got its tendrils wrapped I around the wheels it would be the end of that trip so 1 whipped up the horses and eluded it But the next week it was bigger than ever before I and it mighty near caught me before I was able to turn a corner around a bluff and escape it The third trip I it laid in wait for me and simply I 1 made the sand fly as it spent along in my wake I whipped up my horses but it kept gaining Looking back I could sec it sprouting along the trail and looking for all the world like a gigantic serpent And you on the water wagon chuckled the other man Just so But luckily there wn- clone thing that saved me WhatThe pumpkins ripened so fast that their weight held the vine back finally and then it stopped the chase and threw pumpkins at me as long as I was in sight ITorturo By Savages tho torture to which some of the savage tribes in the Philippines subject their captives reminds me of the intense suffering I endured for three months from inflammation tif the Kidneys says W l1 Sherman of Cushing Me LNothing helped me until I tried Bitters three bottles of which completely cured me Cures j Liver Complaint Dyspepsia Blood iI disorders and Malaria and restores IiGritl1nKite Flies Under Water N w York Trlliuii IA strange kite has been devised by engineer It is made to I fly under water It is made of light canvas adjusted to a light but strong dissimilarmade in two sections the lower and i uppersort of coupling The object sought by the engineer is to provide ships with an everready automatic guard- or watch that will give instant alarm j if the vessel enters shoal waters and is approaching a spot where the depth is not suflicient for safety i The underwater kite is fastened to I a thin wire cable attached to a winch on deck The purpose of the water kits is to fbat beneath or beside the ship at a depth that is sufficient to insure safety If at any time day or night the lower section of the kite strikes bottom a device instant qkv SaWr ktlrrccxNr+v Whose Sayso Is Best Wltli Miarty all medicines put tip fci takthothe value Of course such testimony not that of a disinterested party accordingly Is not to bo given the sam M written from dklntoreeto motives Dr Pierces medicines how over form u singlo and tlierefurottrlkln tlthosolely their makers tnyso o praise Their fl d44 am matter o puWlo knowledge IxliiK prlnuxl on eacl separato Thus ittvallsufTiintrx nro takeninto Dr 1lorcoa fnl confidence Scares of loading modlcu volunuwInseveral liiKmllants entering Into then well known ml mrdlelllllhnof Rennet Medical College Chleuro Irof ScudderOleohrlsandcuretherorftCtI1rnlIulrlUIIIf drahtomtimese Judw of other dl 1tM 4 tvullir to women e1enlCNolarlloconCldInilI Ileclnepput alllIsame what nho U ask ng nrJtAleoonce li guarded as lacrnlly secret and yproCSIIlunallI 1How and beauty li MedIcalDllffalullit PUrcos Pcllou cure constlpaMon ly releases the coupling with whlcl uppersectionuncllun of the endangered vessel Irecau tions can at once ho taken to secur its safety The kite meanwhile is drawn up readjusted und throw overboard to maintain its faithful watch Good for the cough removes tin cold the cause of the cough That the work of Kennedys Laxative Honey and Torthe original laxa live cough syrup Contains no opiates Sold by Z Wayne Grifl- iBro Sam Jones on Society Women When God gives a man a wife and six children He has done a great deal for a fellow Hut when he gives him a society woman and u poodle clog lIe done him up These society Women look on children as a nuisance I have had some of the society women shake hands with me I had as soon shake hands with u dead fish tail I wouldnt give one of vour sock darning women forall your society women in the whole coutry Between cutting off the top of their dresses for the ball room and the bottom for the bicycle these society women will soon have no clothes left A man said to a society woman I hope I will see more of you She said Come to the ball tonight Some people say I shoudnt speak that way before a mixed audience Your own sisters wear high collars close around their necksthat is modest and homely but deliver me from the society wo men who button their collars around their waists Doctors Are PuzzlOd The remarkable recovery of Ken neth Mciver of Vanceboro Me is the subject of much interest to the medical fraternity and a wide circle of friends Ue 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 overy and I am happy to say it saved my life Cures the worst Roughs and Colds Bronchitis Tonsi litis Weak Lungs Hoarseness and La Grippe Guaranteed atZ Wayne Jrlffin Bros drug store 50c and 1100 Trial bottle free Composition on Ducks- A schoolboy assigned to prepare m easay on Ducks wrote The luck is a low heavy set birdcom posed mostly of meat and feathers Je is a mighty poor singer having a hoarse voice caused by getting too nany frogs in neck He likes the water and carries a toy balooh in his stomach to keep from sinking The lucks has only two legs and they are set so far back on his running gear jy nature that they came near miss ng his body Some ducks when they have big curls on their tails and ate called drakes Drakes dont have to set or hatch but just loaf go swimming and eat If I was to IK a duck Id rather be a drake every timer I DIGS UP LOST JEWELS I r Gems Worth 50000 Found by I ti Fair Wrecker in StIi Louis R Sometimes fortune smiles on the i man behind the pick but not often t so kindly as she did on John P I OArion one of the army of la bors engaged in the demolition of tthe worlds fair buildings says a St Louis telegram Between poor but honest OBrien l an elephant in far oil India a low caste Hindoo who didnt want to die with a black secret in his heart a rich Eglish man and a wallet filled with jewels 50000 worth there I wouldnt seem much connection at first sight But the fates had willed it so and left it for OBrien trusty pick to demonstrate Now to put the last chapter first every is hap py but the Hindoo he being dead by reason of the elephant OBrien has laidaside his pick to become the ser vent of the Englishman and the En glishmans wife has 50000 worth of jewels she mourned as lost And this is how the problem is worked outP Henry Clayton a wealthy En glishman who has large commercial interests in India accompanied by his wife visited the worlds fair They brought with them a Hindoo servant who was known by the ub I breviated title of Kane Mrs Clayton is the possessor of many costly jewels During her so journ of several Weeks in St Louis she carried the more prized of her colection of gems in an alligator purse stored away in the bottom ofI a trunk Its location was known only to Mr and Mrs Clayton Both had implicit faith in the lIinI doos honesty Kane however I proved unworthy of the trust He explored the trunk found the jewels in the purse and stole them Two months ago when Kane was innIndia he confessed to the robbery On his deathbed he said he had sto len the purse laden with the costly I jewels and was carrying it on hisI person during the fair period One day he was with the Claytons in the Manufacturers building Seized with fear he was passing theI aperture in the Manufacturers I building he cast the purse into theI holeThe robbery was not known to Mrs Clayton or her husband until they reached England They did not suspect their Hindoo servantl After the Hindoos confession in India the Chicago Housewrecking Company received a letter from Mrs Clayton who was then in England i telling where he had thrown the jewels There OBrien found them on the day Mrs Clayton arrived in St Louis O A S3 TaIX YLL Bean theTheKind Vail Han Alurars Bowl Bigutnr 1IA01 To I Compute the Weight of Live Cattle For cattle of a girth of from 5 to 7 feet allow 23 pounds to the super ficial foot For a girth of from 7 9 feet allow 31 pounds to the toIII ficial foot For small cattle I Iu I FIFTY CENTS D I c- IN k some conditions the gain from the use or Scotts Emulsion is t very rapid For this reason we put up a fiftycent size which is enough for an ordinaryn cough or cold or usefultas a trial for babiestland children In other p conditions the gain is II slowerhealth cannot d be built up in a daytiIn such cases Scotts Sl Emulsion must be takentas nourishment a foodrrather than a medicine Its a food for tired and ti weak digestions In 10fiendl Scott Bowne 409415 Purl st t CllCIIIIINew York j f 5oeudfioo All drujcl t n u calves of a girth from 3 to G feet al lowing 1C pounds to the cubic foot sheep and animals measuring less than 3 feet girth allow 11 pounds to the superficial foot Rule measure the girth in inches back of the shoulder and the length in inches from the square of the buttock to a point even with the point of the shoulder blade Multiply the girth by the length and di vide time product by 114 for the su perficial feet ond then multiply the superficial feet by the number of pounds allowed as the above for cat tle of various girths and the pro duct will be the number of pounds of beef veal or pork in the four quarters of the animal When you have cold it is well to be very careful about using anything that will cause constipation Be particularly careful about prepara tions containing opiates Use Ken nedys Laxative Honey and Tar whichstops the cough andmoves the bowels Sold by Z Wayne Griffin S Bro- Pulling On the Halter This is a habit which the horse acquires by being hitched with too slight a halter By once breaking away he will try it again and if he succeeds once or twice the habit is fixedand he will try it as often as opportunity offers If he has been in the habit of breaking away in the stable he will not attempt it on the street if the habit has been con tractedon the street he will be safe in the stable unless he has learned it in both places This proves that a horse learns his vicious tricks that when he has been successful under certain circumstances when the same opportunity occurs again he vill try it The most successful emtfly is to take a halfinchcord I louble it and place the double end I mder his onisideing and hitch to the manger or post One or two pulls will satisfy lira and break him of the habit In these days of rush and hurry courtesy is often forgotten In the nad pell mell rush of our life little things are done to offend that we rather remained undone A hastily edeiI meal and its resultant headache may cause us social or financial ass The wise man or woman is the me 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 by Z Wayne Griffin Bro More bridal Lore A January bride will be a prudent housekeeper and very goodtemper ed A February bride will be a human and affectionate wife and tender mother- A March bride will be a frivolous hatterbox somewhat given toquar elingAn April bride will be inconsistent lot very intelligent but fairly good ookingA bride will be handsome iniable and likely to be happy- A June bride will be impetuous nd generous A July bride will be handsome and mart but a trifle quicktempered- An August bride will be amiable ml practical- A September bride will be discreet Table and much liltedrAn October oquettish loving but jealous IIberallindoA December bride will be well proportioned fond of novelty en rtaining but extravagant The Ronewal a Strain Vacation is over Again the chool bell rings a morning and at I oon again with tens of thousands he hardest kind of work has begun lie renewal of which is a mental and hysicaj strain to all except the most ugged The little girl that a few ays ago had roses in her cheeks nnd lie little boy whose lips were hn 3 red you would have insisted that hey had been kissed by strawber ies have already lost something f the appearance of health Now a time when many children should e given a tonic which may avert I luch serious trouble and we know f no other so highly to be recommended as Hoods Sarsaparilla hich strengthens the nerves per sets digestion and assimilation and ids mental development by building p the whole system I II CASTOR IA beenin and has been made under his per sonal supervision sinco its Infancy Allow no one todeceive you in this All CooatcrfbUa Imitations and Justnsgood are but Experineata that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infanta ami Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA CastaS bt at harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontain neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substoaos Its age la its guarantee It destroys Worms and aUotf Fererishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic airelleveB Teething Troubles cures Constipation and FUfcricHey It assimilates the Food regulates tho sleepTheGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS rf Bears the Signature of n r Tile EM Yon Have Always Bought zt in Use For Over 30 Years el NtawweNy n Hvniur rrncrr tint CONS rem l OUR CLUBBING RATES THE TtRiuircnstN and Louisville Herald125IH- E RRPiiuirciK and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE llEiuutrcAK and CourierJounuil 150 THE RKic axcAir and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TIm REtw1Lict4 tutu Home and Farm 125 TifH RDfOBJjcciX an LipM3iicotts and Cosmoplitan 325 Tm ltalPmerrtaW l TwkCa Week OwensboroInquirer 175 Tin MmMiMMraLw ami Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 TIn UwtiMdctK and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 Tm ltHctiJx vraiid National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE 8 REPUBLICAN8J LUNBLU mW IIm1m HOTEL Tie Home for Ohio County People rI1 ElelIrt Cut Itooms and Polite Attention S W j t Second and Jefferson Streets VV- CiertiL COLLINS GRIFFIN PropsprJ m a s e n J 24 BUYS 44- i L SCHOLARSHIPuntil the 100 MVXxJ to Insold at n discount on acoountof the Eraoavak Cul leg are OId mvnaYoo enter any time 4 miTHIRDEJ27 Colleted Im nBUtu S300000OO CAPITAL fafctwl bT Uwincm men from Maine to CUJtirmlri IT yean mirresi Wo allO teach BVnUUU Write for prices POSITIONS SECURED InPQliEVcuarworl for Qrtalugno i i cR I end TnADCMftltXVHPnnpUJ obtained la kU column tuua UHUu PATENTS THAT PAY arsrBtJmUoigalrt oar oipenM and hcfpTMUrMnMt lend mow isauasrwa ftr rilCC retort SUnPASSINO ILwtesrefattntswrlhtst503 +ltOn Svwentt StreetWASHSTON DC DSWIFT e A BIG FOUR Nev York Central LinesP The Best Line toP I Indianapolist tdF Toledo I 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liIttEVE are proud to greet our read ers this week with ten pages ia It wavingfI c government ownership express i i THE State Fair at Louisville will i theIt i ALL that now remains to be done I to make Mr Bryan President is to j proposiIvill bInewspapers abolishing the duty on tobacco in j order to Kill the tobacco trust I IF Kentucky ever expects to reach Mr Bryans idea of owning her own railroads she must discharge the office creating salary increasing I Capitol grafting special Attorney f employing crowd which is running I I things with such a high hand at preFrankfrtHERE is a fine specimen of consistency Democrats in Kentucky are i exulting over a reduction of the Republican j majority in Maine where t the Republicans championed the cause of prohibition and at the sameIRetime claiming all sorts of Gov Beckham for backing up the tv cause hereiJ IUI NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAV SULLI VAN upon being charged by Bryan with being in politics ford what he could get out of it in a pe uniary way responds that the only nr ney Mr Bryan ever made was in j politics Since we come to think about it it does look like Mr Sulli van had the best of the argument ly GEORGE u1SttttAsts free lugwantof the country disturbed by tariff and tinkering In an interview he says Whiie I am still opposed to the Protective Tariff I do not believe well tothemuddied at present Therefore it seems to me a monumental error to fore this issue to the front at this faitiViWams chReplbUcanthe Fourth Congressional district should assist in keeping the current of prosperity from being clogged or muddied by voting for Hamrirlo THE farmers of this country will write themselves down a very foolen ish set if they permit themselves to be led into the idea that they must the de= troy the protective tariff systemfor in nlpr to unhor c tVe wH throw out the most fertile field be ave a few cockleburs are found It v Ibe like destroying all the fowls on the place because some wlcin happen to be discovered Wjtrevur the farmer votes to pat a- fnehry out of business he damages Jidestroyedwho labored at the factory made for pithoseI Piideaplete answer to the tariff smashers which has ever been given He sal 1 0- A J he did not understand the tariff very well but one thing he did know and that was when we sent our money abroad and bought goods the foreignerhadour mory and we had the goods but when the goods were purchased incur own country we hat both the goods and the money Judge Taylor Hurt Judge W B Taylor happened to a painful accident while driving to the almshouse Monday afternoon He and Dr A F Stanley were driving together and one side of the shaft broke where it fastened to the axle This let the shaft fall on the horses hEels He began running and inj jumping oJt Judge Taylor was struck on the knee by one of the wheels and thrown on his head His knee was badly bruised and his head painfully lacerated He has been confined to his room since but will be out in a few days Voting for Confusion Upon what ground of reason o logic can the Democratic party ask the thoughtful voters of this coun try to elect a Democratic House of Representatives in the coming Fall elections Why should the people j turn out of power the Republican party which has a record of good work accomplished and seat instead majority of Democrats who can accomplish nothing themselves and j an only prevent something being done bother In the first place no possible grid j to the Democratic Party itelf could ome of electing a DemocnUL j Souse In the second puce it would result in absolute injury tJi Democrats as well as Republicans i evAllwhich Democrats as well as Republi tans are concerned would feel the effects of oftyrress Just as Democrats North and South are sharing in the benefits of Republican legislative policies enacted into law so would Demo I rats as well as Republicans tear the i effects of a change for the worsI Such a change certainly would folI low defeat of the Republicans in the j Congressional elections j resident Roosevelt has given the- sent Republican Congress s cer of character He rata theII session just closed accomplished general good for the people at large i than any session of any other Con i grass he has ever known He promises j solemnly that the good work j go on if the people entrust the- publicans I with continued authori He shows how it woulc be im j ossibie for the Republicans to keep i r the good work however ifai RepubIfcanbody Democratic Some thoughtless voters may not pause to think that in voting for a emocratic cardidate for Congress i they would be voting fora new deal in Congress They wouldon i be voting for confusion TheyI would not be turning the R publiI cans tut they would only by turn Democrats into the House for e Senate still remains Pepuhlican i no party legislation would be l possible with a divided Ccngrcs jv the seniblc busitea like ways as patriotic course would seem i be to sustain the Iuse give the Administration tht1J necessary authority to workout ilIpolicies and then demand an ounting in the next elactin for itlure if any there shell buTheII will welcome such Gnllcnthey will be willing to pay thea penalty Hut in plain justice thei cannot be held to account if they t vested with full power in theh wer branch of Congre m It would be more profitable in thu rI to run our factories full blast very day in the year and give away surplus products in free trade than t brf irle and bu wares cheap or oven l1cept them a a free giftaA policy which wii transfer wor w to Hoods unquestionably 30 laver medicine known It r sitively and permanently very humor from J- iraples to Scrofula It is 5 Ie Best Blood Medicine I from our mines and factories to for eign mines and fa tories will lace tably depress wages in this country The more nor there is to do in thi country the higher the wages paid for doing it That policy which se cures the largest amount of work t be done at home i3 the policy which will insure to the laboring me steady work at the best wages j The ant Kfuiment band n Oweiisboro will delight tin patrons of the Fiir this your iiiHofj equipped hands in Kentucky potIcanto mu j sic Roujb River Laud for Sale As Executor of Wm C Rows deceased I will on Saturday the 1 day of Octoter lfl JO onthe prem ices offer for sale a large body of hra into nine tract of about 100 acre to the track each hawing a river front These land lie on the north bankIff Rough Riv er in Ohio county between the mouth of Nocreek and Barnctts crosier an fare heavily timber with a notura forest of fine beech Rod other specie- of small timber These land anr rich and fertile and are capable o being developed into first class farm which will produce when cleared fl fry or severtvfve bushels of corn t the acre A first dsas opportunist to those desiring to purchase a rIre bottom farm on teat terms Th sale win be made on bash ofone bal r cash balance in one and two year idenced by notenreUining vendor lien bearing six per cent interest pieceIi c lard beiunginir to said estate c mmon known as tie Barrel place the same lying North of anti adjoining the James Sandefur farm in Ohio county This tract of land fc practically well timbered A detail ed description of the land and plat thereof can be secured by calling on or addressing me at Hartford Ken tucky J W FORD Executor The Fiir Company hisjust pHiTiCted a ijfiil by which it his cureil the celtbrute Sni repimont band utOveior Ky CMHJIOild of IS 1 LXU- t Varnish mudiu fur tb Fair- S u better hand in KiutUkv NOCKEEK Sept 212We understand the hero was a good attendance at the District Union of the A Sof Eat this place last Thursday which was enjoyed by every one present Thtre would have been a mush larger at tendance had it not bees for so much sickness in this neighborhood Mr It E Wood has typhoid fewer Quite a number from this com Inanity will attend the farmers ral at Maxwell Saturday Mr John C Cuunb in Jr re turned home last Friday from New j somelimeMrs B S Cimmbbrhn who hathad fevers for some time is a otterIa for Dundee where he expects to i be engaged in the timber business or some time Mr John Can trill of Flicltor Fosterlndpeers to attend the Hartford andI Owensboro Fairs before he returns cnleIOur school is progressing nicely under the management of ProfI Westerfield Farmers are about through cut ting tobacco in this neighborhood Sherman Chamberlin reports a nice time while at the Mammoth Cave and lots of fun Says the boy ere all jolly good fellows Thanks the Editors of TilE REPUBLICAN fur their kindness and interest mani festal in the boys We will not for get you soon For Salt A 90 acre farm half river bottom acres timber 2 miles from Greet J1 miles mm PinuHt 4 I lpi ECJ iil iiiihi a olio fnrr Mrlw IIst Sts 1iMipi hv Iin t i 1r iitl ptrltvrarrr = mallurvhard price 900 1AiiNKrr iSMITH HaitArd Ky CENTERTOWfi Our railroad work is progressing nicely under the maugem lIt of Mr Bolt The crcv is very quiet The telephone work is stilt movrj on quietly Alvin Rowe and wire have return w3 from the Eastern market wnwv r they haw been to make a purcltuc of goods Mi s Urah tiiadlnxt3a bcrne ajrun after making extensive purchases of general merchandise in the East for J B Maddox Mrs Lob Owen any children of McHenry visited her mother Mrs J M Shaeklea of thi3citOur school is on a boom and some brad work is being done for Uw boys and girls by Rev r P Drake and Prof H H Parks J B Maddox mid Schnly Bishop are on the sick list 0 B James and family have re gently moved int our town Granville Boohoo and family of Rocknort have secured property OB Main street Mrs E M Morton is visiting her l urenu in Utica A B Rowe and family moved to McHenry last wci Mr Rowe and i j tin have positions with the coal r j rpsnr then H H Davit went to McHecry IsM f urdy on iefiaI bwtiaes = I Wiii James has gxito Lws i t A H Bean is hatr3 a mammoth 1 oci barn err teL f Vr Editor Ae are out of iniik l r 101rh 1 UU rcneal the stock law Lai the I T ol book law i Hi uf 1Vlii tlIIiUt If11111 iri gtrrlh art i itliyU j TAYLOR AlHiES rlinthis weakIMartin the 7th lest a tine b y j Mrs S linker WIt Munday for Indiana whore she will vii rafires Messrs Otho Miller tr1 Mr I via worn in Hartford Sunday Mr Ed I1ar1 ass Sr of Kertdcr was in tnwn Monday IMr CeotJrft Pt is very ill withi typhI fever Mrs DooHnof MorvcintoT IR witiig her daughter Mrs Jot QtrMint was the guest of relativis r hire SadvrtMm Poly Smith and daughter J5 Miss Amy Ii SstvJrdry for ferrin ill tob t seats lf matives Miw startle Martin of Horton is 1 wishing her parents Mr and Mrs j I Varrcn Martin thi week ri xjMrsnight of scarlet fever His remain vwe interrwl in the Taylor Mines it ctonelery Friday nflenvwn sg Mr John Velier and family visit d relatives near Liberty Sunday I SMAllIIOU5iSept nlr Georo Greer died j atr his home near here September 5 I of dropsy aged 7 years and five r months After the funeral winion by Rev Wheoler of near Rcpjrt Ky at E iuality church his bj ly was Llail to rest in file Eiualtty burying ground beside his first wife He andy5 s was a memI J lD Song i of the Hair There arc four verses Verse Ayero Hair Vigor stops falling 4 hair Verse 2 Aycrs Hair Vigor makes the hair grow A Verse 3 Ayers Hair Vigor cures dandruff Verse 4 Ayers Hair Vigor makes the scalp healthy and keeps it so It is a regular hairfood this is the real secret of its won derful success toaUmonlrluol JCireCOLaaaYStA ttouaaLaturer of 9 vetsL iI Ii her of Green River Union churl Messrs J U and Clarence Brown are quite ill I Mrs Lena Jackson who has been quite sicl for ten weeks is able to be upMr Sam Withrmv is at home suffering with his knee He was in a- sawlotr job and in cutting a limb his ox glanced end the corner struck his knee cutting a considerable Rash Mr and Mrs William HnIJ went to see their iiiiur yllisl1I I Igleheert irecina u ho is quite il I Mr siri VM Elri s and little tan rLee of Sutherland Ky therl a n jT frt5 r Mr George r or and are in cur tads vuests of Mr Alonxa France and fatally Mrs Ray Fuk mn of Kirtly was ia ocr wktet Thursday to we her ln KriDa1 M lTskire Fulker a w to is qi sik Xr M P W iviojc went to Heck i porr Thursia- yir M Bullock ntd family west to Uataoae Saturday std retnrawl MrtttNMr ftertrv Crhur went to Hard rvl 11tuhy llf 5J Mr t i FLra khtmt tJ Central City ta vMt their brulh reJttrnin5r P B Tr i Sirvct t eveiioojr rlld lit her lH tn reir vu V Iol frcrn a Lit t hir sis Mrs jlt Bullock 15eLEiEn ttaeGOUJ turoccr CoushSi Colds and Oouru I AMATTEIIDFHEAJTH OYAI I AK it POW ER Absolotaly Puro A Cream of Tartar Powder frco from alum or phos phntlo acid HAS 80 SUBSTITUTE YLO Important Notice buildingjtoads Moulding Etc Yellow Mao Flooring Ceding Metal Pnrold tutu Paper Hoofing in short anything you rites need in the building line We will saw your log and plane your lomicr Call andse us BEAN BROS Hartford Ky GRADUATE NURSE MISS SUSIE MAYA graduate of vtnsboro City Hon pit has located in II A 1 r JO I xL timesIlesidenrphone No 1 C 6 c 4A tI44 t1a IEPgBARN 4 S z BRO0 IIi J tT v CARHARTTS YI11lJIj iii 1 a ielt u1lllour cuatonltll have = iihviyslii i Jirt t Milrriiliou with thitart II WM believe tin ift givuvoti the best that MONK Y win htiylr MTV i11g your intereit uid by serv N oftrN+ s wo the exlu = ivtliteuev Iyr tin justly I Garhartt colc1ltodI t C 07Iac a Tihiv is IUt taller brawl lusbUr linn tls 1n 1 VIttit4v VIHI uruur inmufv ILIK H M+ Nww wiM Mrwwrw SwMwYwwMw fFnN Break Down wrT v Of nor nw + tnti hI f slttl t lllllll if 111 nlliJlltO 0 hiidho old Li Inc Washers Savu p1 YOU htaltl incronso your trongth Lund lengthen 011 S ifo by Buying aIfQO C Washer A child eight years 111an ruterntn it Luc a011 C gII t 1 lr VIrt mirstore rill to eo hum tviryf dII rain you wont be thi80gruatm Irr qt ItwiJluut + It N U 0 F j Beavor Dam5 Ky4D t I h WIt y t 1Ga j FAIRSS i 49 4 49 FALL OPENi NG I 9tl9 41 p nSi4i 49 t 49 Ve extend to our patrons and = a1 41f friends a cordial invitation to at ti 4 HJ 49 tend tit 49 U OUR ANNUAL FALL OP tt lSo 43 ENING OF MILLINERY a n ti DRESS GOODS CLOAKS id 16 41 I l FURS CLOTHING LA t H41 49 DIES AND GENTLE E tCi tl 41 JENS j URNISHINGStlC1 I Sat Sept 151 will be made in 41t41 department H 49U1 COME BRING YOUR FRIEND h41 i s 1I 49 41 o N 49 U 49 J Et41 U 49 = I I U u 41U41 49N b MrM MIrNMfr C MMfY M I Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 11 IIl1noIBCuntlnll1nllroadTlmoTablo North HniiiKl Kiiulli K ntit NotKiliiHV40nm Sit l1dnllOtuNo- 1Ydn120OpIii No liil ilnt Sl p11 No 109du4Yt2 Ill Ynl1dnYlsp- If In you need clothing see Carson i Co Lang Gloves in silk orkidarc fount at Fairs Cold drinks of all kinds at City Restaurant Fresh Fish and Oysters at City Restaurant For an elegant suit of Clothes come to Fairs Prices will break all to piece- here Saturday SAM BACH Resolved That prices shall be lov here Saturday SAM BACH Mr B F Bun of Dundee was a 1 pleasant caller last Friday Oh my I what fine Cream and Sherbet at City Restaurant a Qhecse Sausage Boiled Ham and A y Crackers at City Restaurant Get your Meals and Lunches a City Restaurant Best in Hartford Coca Cola Soda Pop Lemmonade I Ginger Ale ice cold at City Restau- rantj Mr L P Lambert Olaton made i us I a plemmtcall while in town last Friday The maniwho fails to tntfe his family lo the Fair oughl t0be i 1I 1 1 ill LII JoI Hooker Williams is on the sick jltr week My aint the City Restaurant swell since its addition Scholarship in Massey Business College for sale at this office You can get many bargains at Backs opening sale Saturday Attend Bachs Grand Opening Sale Saturday September 15 Isnt that Ladies Parlor at City Restaurant going to be a beauty Come and see the many new styles at Sam Bachs Saturday Attend our Fall Opening Saturday September 15 at Carson Cos Mr J R Williams of Paradise was a pleasant caller last Friday i Everything will be fall here Saturday Even our prices will fall SAM BACH Do you want to see something great Come here Saturday SAM BACK u Small prices on fall Cloaks Bachs Grand Opening Sale Satur day The very latest fall Skirts at special prices Saturday at Sam Bachs Ohio County Fair Sep tember 1U to 22 For Scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College apply at this office Mr L B Loney McHenry was pleasant caller while in town last Saturday r We insure a smile every five minutes tool o e attend InthaFilI 1 I 11 cr We are paying 18c per dozen for Eggs CARSON Co Fresh Oysters Fish and everything good to eat at City Restaurant Ice Cream Sherbet and Cake a City Restaurant So good So cold Of course you Will get your meal at City Restaurant during the Fair See tho Maid of the Mist Where At tho Fair Mr Geo Vincent Centertown paid us u call while in town yester tiny I I Dont fail to attend our openin I Saturday September 15 at Carso Co What about a new plaid silk waist They are the latest They are at Fairs You will be shown the latest iiI DontllfnilDont buy carriedover stock ii 11 Dress Goods Come to Fait3the latest showntOur Plaids Grays and Check in Woolen Dress goods are beauties at Carson Cos See our yardwide Silk for a now Dress at S5c and 100 per yard at Carson Cos Fairs have the most uptodate Dress Good Silks Etc that are to be found anywhere Mr and Mrs T II Black and lit tle daughter Miss Norine arc visiting in Evansville We have Clothing for small man fat man slim man and medium matI at Carson Cos I Fairy new Furs Ladies and Chili drens Cloaks will be on display Saturday You must see them IGeL your Fertilizer Field Seed Farm Implements from D L Sandefur Beaver Dam Ky 75 FOR SALEA firstclass yowl horse Apply to C E SMITH Republican Office Hartford Ky j Mr T C Peak representing the Louisville Herald Circulation depart meat called to see us yesterday Saturday is your chance to suppl yourself for the fair Wont cost much in Backs Grand 01eningSale1 If you desire the good fall Suit at a at- tendI Backs Opening Sale Saturday ICityRestaurant has always treated it customers white but wit1 be able now to treat them whiter Notice This is to notify everybody to be present at Bachs Grant opening sale Saturday Septembe 15 I Just received from the Eastern markets and are receiving daily new things for early fall wear Come and inspect our new stock LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE lho Ohio County Fair Sept 19 to 22 Bigger and bettor than over in special attractions Schroeters Floating Studio will bat Hartford in time for the Will be better prepared than ever get up good pictures Get photos made while attending Fair 111Whero are you going Billt f Why going to tho ohio County Fair ofcourse Can t allbrd to miss it Going t take my girl too Messrs Cecil Stevens and McDow pll Fogle two of Hartfords most promising young men left for Georgetown where they entered Georgetown college for the ensuiii year IltTho numerous specialat tractions obtained by tho Fail management this year warrant the belief that the patrons will receive more foi their money this year that over before MissSusie May a graduate nuts from theO vensboro City Hospital has located in Hartford for the prac tice of her profession Miss Maya took high rank at the Hospital and has since shown herself to bi competent in every phase of her work She formerly lived in Hartford being a daugHterofouriellov JT townsman Stephen MaytNotlce her saidirr another columnTMfctmiv fJei IHon C M Crowe was in Owens business yesterday Miss Annie Bryant city visited her parents at Horton last week- t Sg Mr Rihard A Rowe Centertown paid us n visit while in town Monday i MisStStflla Warner left Monday for a ten days visit to relatives in Louisville Dont fail t i see our lineof Peters Shoes before buying 5 LON Coos ECONOMY STORE Miss Olive Carson left Monday to take charge of J B Maddoxs Mil linery business at Centertown Hon Bun Johnson of Bardstown will bo tie guest of his friend Dr W M Finnan during the fair Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilera grocery Work guaranteed Prompt 1 delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 4Gtf New Cjiiars Belts Combs Hand Bags anti lots of pretty things now display at Long Cos Economy Store Rev Lewis will preach his last sermons before conference at the Methodist church Sunday morning and eveningINew fall Shoes Hats Pants I Shirts Neckties and everything is included in Saturdays Opening Sale 0 at Sam Bachs On account of the Jewish holiday which takes place next Friday and Saturday Sam Bachs Store will be closed both days This is the chance for a man with small income to dress himself up for the Fair at a small price Come Saturday SAM BACH After tin extended visit to his mother Mrs Judge R It Wedding Walton Petty left Monday for his home in Arkansas Go to Moore Clu tree for fres Family Groceries They handle th best that can be bought and sell ns cheap as the cheapest Dont rail to see the woman slide HOD fret by her hair on Thursday of the FailIFor sale 150 acres three miles of Hartford A bargain for cash Call on or address J P MiLLKli Hartford Ky 3Stf Sheriff R B Martin was appoint ed Treasurer for Hartford school district at a meeting of the Board of Trustees Monday night Look out for the announcement of our regular fall opening which will appear in next weeks papers LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE City Restaurant with its increased facilities will be better able than ever before to cater to the want- of its many many friends Remember that Miss Morton the milliner spent four weeks in the market gathering ideas for the fall trade in Millinery CARSON Co Dr Woolfolk Barrow wife and little daughter Mary of Lexington Ky are the guests of Mrs Barrow parents Hon and Mrs H PTaylor IrTake your Chickens Butter and toEggs to More Crabtree lint t highheceries After an extended visit to the fam lies of Messrs Oscar Bishopand M Rocker at Corbin Ky Miss Lizzie Sandefur returned home last- o Saturday WANTED000 good man to se fruit trees in Ohio county Addre W S Ashby Sons Highland Nur laySery Cloverport Ky Cash advanc ed weekly Gt4 Cape G W Feagan has rented the J A Thomas ro idence and wi move into same toon The Misses Thomas contemplate moving to Cincinnati Ohio We will buy your Chickens Ducks Calves Lambs Etc and pay high est cash price Live stock received on Monday before 9 oclock HARTFORD COMMISSION Co Young man dont forget the date September 19 to 22i Como und bring tho little girls and the large ones too Drs Taylor arid Stanley have moved their office to the front rooms veh THE REPUBLICAN office where they have the most elegant and u- to4date p ever Spewed in Hartfordi 1 IIT iUlr i t 1 M M O Pearls 1 PANTIORIUM Thats The Place Your allies Pressed and Cleaned And maic to look like new Give acalL Satisfaction guaranteed = himI r GE1 ThUP STRAUSS BROS I TaalorMade Clothes IA genuine fit or your refunded Call see samples and get pricesixG JSL LJ4lRli C9S iVA S h17Sw 8i18S R3 80 A REHNTOBREAKER 1 I Tr latest ani Most UptoDate Line of JeweIryWus Clocks anu Optical G000s 3riihohsU yy3 Hartford will be on display at my store oppose Carson C uimng and after the Fair Call and inspect the goods and cellar Prize before going elsewhere I am sure you will be petisNtt sttii Goth Every article is guaranteed to give en tire satiVtivtian Ton will find it more satisfactory to do business at borvw and ix tu face with the dealer than to believe a lot of flattering dcvxrytiora of goods and oftimes spending time and money retrtaretthegoods to the mailorder house Think this over and tMeltace me when you want to buy anything in my line or Iwc tMsrwatches clocks and jewelry carefully repaired and runrztlllti I also prenVczbras to meet every defect ofvision and my prices are v ty reasonable No charge for consultation or exami nation 1 tttecefram the increase of my business monthly that my dealings hateen satisfactory with all Thanking the good people of HartfonE and vicinity for their past favors and business I earnestly sSati continuance of same Awaiting your orders I am as escr JUSTS truly J B TAPPAN Jeweler and Opticians l HARTFORD KENTUCKY s ws r Hereafter Boat We Three will leave Hartford MW1nysat 730 a m Rev A BGanwrdelivered able sermons ntt1cihttistclmrch Suns day morningondcenmy Hartford ha nridifamine The wet weather has Braisit impossible to prepare or tiffac the kilns Mr R J MJMMV Buford caned 4and renewed his faith in THE REPUBLICAN whiltintown Monday IiMr Louis Gtiuller left Monda for Louisville to Wit his relative hlrsIMargaret MFoerner who i quite ill remocwl without the slknifealso infloVntuIeera No cur no pay tulle G B Dock ry BradfordsvJa Ef 9ti Mr Paul D qua has resigned htspositionj J7nt engineerforthr- I MadisonvilleSiitioni and Fasten R R Co to access a position wits the Southern B1L Atthe meeting ofthe Anti Saloor League held here yesterday it was decided by thsljtsi ue to offer art wad of S1Q for cnsralce leading to the conviction of nay tne violating the local on Sawat Misses MailJ Skown and Lillian Monroe have bath been awarded 8 State teacherscertHfcafe They file their application aid took the ex aminationinA gast Our electric hitplant is again it trouble We uadoatud the maxi agement will inaCtsitycseretocs uric engines so that1W1IIiftBwhen a occu itjyi11 no- oiseontimreabe1i i rt t JU V 4ii iMi ee our big values in Ginghams for only 5c per yardat Long Cos Economy Store Mrs Mary A Duncan who had been the guest of her daughter Mrs F L Felix is now the guest of Mr and Mrs G W Duncan at Green ville Miss Lutus Miles who has been the guest of her sister Mrs J W Taylor I for the past several days return ed to her home at Uniontown Ind last Tuesday Mr J R St Clair Fnedaland left last Friday fonSt Marys Hos pital to be treated He was accom panied by his daughter Miss Blanche who returned Sunday A petition will be circulated in a few days to secure a vote on the y question of bonding the town to con st met a sewerage system and finish macadamizing the streets Mr B F Bean of Dundee has a four months old hog that has five r well developed feet The fifth foot is on one of its front legs and is at tached to it about the knee joint The third regiment millitnry band willmake music for the Ohio County Fair instead of Kohlers as here tofore announced and as stated in their display ad in this issue We Jailed to receive notice of the change until tho ad had been printed hence th error LosrA ladies gold watch be weraZti Vnyne Griffins drug store and SK Coxs residence last Saturday eveiing Has the picture of the If late Samuel cox on inside of case and J e tro foJb and F BC on watch ill pleare return to Mis- scnkantrbc liberally rewarded asr Y iI PUT REGGIE IN BAD BOX Act of Newspaper Man Caused Breach Between Lieut Van derbllt and His Friend It was n newspaper man who induced Vanderbilt to become a militiaman This newspaper man is familiarly called Beg gie and works on a New York morning paper When the regi ment went into camp at Peeks kill the editor of the paper sent a photographer to get snapshots of Lieut Vanderbilt The pho tographer who had been out on many assignments with Beg gie hunted up the friend of Vanderbilt md asked him whether he wouldnt induce the millionaire soldier to pose for his picture What exclaimed Reggie proudlyme get Lieut Vanderbilt to pose Ill have you understand I am now a cap tain of militia and that I am not on newspaper duty You certainly have nerve to make such a request of me The newspaperman friend of Van derbilt then turned on his heel and entered the officers tent The photographer however had a keen sense of humor and waited He remained near the camp for half an hour when sud denly Reggie appeared walk ing arm in arm with Lieut Van derbilt The camera clicked and the photographer tad the pier tare Then turning toward Reggie the photographer ex claimed Ive got his picture Much obliged to you Reggie for bringing him out Reggie turned red and it required a deal of explanation on his part before Vanderbilt believed that his newspaper friend did not de liberately lead him from the camp so that the photographer might get the desired picture CHESTNUT So you no longer call your pretty little homo The Nutshell Why did you change It 1 I got BO tired of having funny men ring my bell to ask If the kernel was In Illustrated Huts CHEAP FOOD IN MAINE Many of tin newspaper articles on the cost of yachliii are grossly exaggerated Von can live very yell on the Maine roast at a cost of four dollars a week per mouth says Country Life in America This involves catching a certain amount of fish yourself and likewise digging cia ins anti quohojs I assume however Ihal you will tlntl those pursuits u part of your pleasure Fresh vegetables fruits eggs and wonderful milk nay be ob tamed of the natives al mirth provokinj prices For example a peels of11Ipn peas picked while you wail anylost lill rents or a quart of milk and a half perk of new potatoes may rome to a quarter with rhubarb and soda biscuit thrown in to make moll measure fresh minis of nurse can be hind only at the larger harbors but unless truly epicur ean in taste you will be content to till tilt the menu with occur sional canned supplies ABSINTHE BONBONS Recently the 111111 Olla I gOyertt mem tf1uind Switzerland passed a law prohibiting the sale of absinthe As the people of Valid were the best iMistomers of the NiMUhate I distilleries these were badly hit by the law auto sofct about out maneuvering it Till result is absinthe bon bons which are now being placed on the market out of them will make a drink when r uroKcn into a glass aura n spe cial law will be required to prevent their sale IT DEPENDED At a bend in the river open site n likely pool n portly gen tleman in the new fishing suit stopped a native in order to get some necessary information about the surrounding country Do you suppose asked thr than with rod and reel it would be worth my while to try fishim round here Well said the native thrusting his hands into Ills pockets the flshin aint good but in course I dont knew how ye value yet time BOLD MAN Just one said Mr Xervey anti leaning forward he kissed her Sir she cried you forget yourselfThats so That one was for you he said trod bating for ward again he annexed another One more for me GIVES HER LIFE TO POOR Splendid Work of Education Done by New Orleans Woman Herself an Invalid In the city of New Orleans are approximately 100010 white men and boys Of these 1500 three out of every ll0 you meet on the street are dependent for their education this year for the opportunity to learn to read fluid to write anti so to advance their station in lifefor all this absolutely dependent on one woman says Everybodys maga zinc This woman whose impor trance to the city is so great that if by any sad chance her activity were to cease one and nne half per cent of its white made popu lation would lied itself deprived of hope is not rich but poor She is so poor that before site can give an hour and a dollar for the helpless ones who need her she must give another hour to pay her own expenses for the day She is so poor that she has even earned her own education as she has given it out study lug sometimes hilt a day ahead of her pupils She is frail evil pled very weak site goes about in a steel harness and on crutch es Though she is still under middle age her hair is white as snow from days and nights ol unrelievable Buffering From morning till midafter noon she teaches in n private school to earn money for her charities From midafternoon until evening if able to work she devotes herself to the needs of those poorer than she From supper tinge till nine till ten till midnight if need be she faces the multitude of men and boy boys of nine and uncut of 50 who have come to her for help Sometimes two in a seat some times on boards between the seats sometimes on the edges of platforms and the treads ol stairways lull against the willis of the hallways they crowd her schoolhouse while she and her assistants are everywhere IlcltuItcoinaging stirring the solid sodden mass of the citys poor with the leaven of hope and pos sibilitv FrittersI halves dip in hot I and serve with a lemon sauce fattTin sauce for fritters should always bu i clear and generally no thickening ii used or else a little arrowroot V taken which makes transparent thickening Make a syrup by cooling one cup of sugar with Bait table spoons of water for eight minutes and be sure rot cook it luiifttr for ten or twelve minuted will mak it thread Add HM and one hal r tablespoons 1 lemon juice anda rounding teas l ut of butter jScotcb Bread This sort i or more co rectly speaking cake IILh n must be kept several dnvs tara wn K to be at its best Worl q e u f butter and onehalf cup ill ft li brown sugar together then kvul r mix in onehalf pound of bred ft uf which will he about two cup t r in the ice box to chill mal roiltt r lAflJWlWUY PhJJ J KingR W JEWELER AND OPTICIAN HARTFORD KY kinds patch Bring Clocks Eyeglasses Jewelry Rings Watches Chains Silver Knives Forks Sugar Shells Cream Salad Forks Gravy Ladles Berry Spoons Butter Knives and Soup Spoons especially suited Wedding Presents and shorteverything usually kept a firstclass Jewelry Store All the very lowest prices Place of13ut= irict tom 206 Main In the a StreetI1In n UUIJ Old Tried True- NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO0 OF VERMONT c Fiftysix and oiulialf yours of con servative suecossfnl nunijjomuut has mad this one of the most honored and trustedcunt panic in America tho lowest combined Death and Expense rate ol any Company of equal age Unexcelled stviii thof assets guava tees our stability n u Talk It over witH M- SBAR1TETT SMITH Hartford Republican Office I third ofI1n inch thick Cut squares scatter some caraway seeds over the top and press lightly then bake in a slow oven If preferred the caraway seeds can be scattered through the dough or they may be ommittetlII Rice and Peas To take the place of meat there is nothing more satisfactory than rice and peas Both are boiled separate ly and then the two are put togetb er and cooked with a bit of pork butter and pepper An entire din ner may be made of curried chicken if it is served after the West and East Indian mode A little grated fresh cocoanut a bit of thinly sliced smoked salmon gherkins chutney and pickled beef root give a distinct flavor and relish to it told take the j place of vegetable and salad New SrelHnz for District Schools Supt Chancellor of the District of Columbia public schools announced recently that he would introduce the simplified spelling system alterna tively in the higher grammar grades TIll pupils will be given their choice of the old or the new In the lower grades the system will be con tinned A Scientific Wondor i The cures that stand to its credit make Hucklons Arnica Salve a scien tills wonder It cured E It Mul ford lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry Waynesboro Pa I ftt distressing case of Plies It teals the worst Burns Sores Boil Ulcers Cuts Wounds Chilblains and Salt Rheum Only 2oc at Z Griffin 111ros drug store Grwseterry Pool Put into a jar tie quart of green gooseberries uith two tables ooll fuls of water and two cupfuls of All of Repair work done with neatness and dis your Watch eSt or to me Elegant Shirt Waist Sets Belt Buckles Collar But tons Hat Pins Necklaces Spoons Ladles for in in at honest in in old Wayne sugar set the jar in a saucepan o boiling water and boil until the fruil will mash beat to a pulp anti put through a coarse sieve To one pin of pulp add onehalf pint of cretin andone cupful of mill add111t milk first gradually beating well Serve cIt oASTCa GoX AHears tnitlRind Yna hate iihap Boughl ptJWatermelon Preserves Cut the freshened nnd in sInai pieces and if there is a little of th pink fruit still adhering all the bet ter weigh the rind also sugar us hug 15 ounces of sugar to a pound o fruit make a sirup of the suga with half a cup of water and half a ounce of ginger root to every l ounces boil until clear ant tender seal in cans This preserve may al so be made without freshening th rind Elderberry Wine Eight quarts of ripe berries quarts of boiling water poured ove the berries Let it stand twelv hours stirring now and then strai well pressing out all the juice Ad U pounds of sugar to 1 quarts 0 juice 1 ounce of powdered cimu mon Half ounce powdered share Biil five minutes an 1 set away t ferment it a stone jar with a dot thrown lightly over it When i has done fermenting rack it off cart fully not to disturb the lees But tKs or drk down well I Illinois Central R R Annual Stockholders Meeting at Chicago October 17 Per sonal Attendanceof Indi vidual Holders De siredIilWlTlCKlTTOTIIH MEETING IPublic notic is hereby given the annual meeting of the Stock holders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company will be held at the Companys otlice in Chicago Illinois on Wednesday October 17 1900 at 12 oclock nodn To permit personal attendance ut said meeting there will be issued To Each Holder of One or MoreSliares of the capital stock of the Illinois Central Railroad Company as registered on the books of the Company at the close of business on Monday September 24 WOO who is of full age A Ticket Hnatlinji Him or Her to Travel Tree over the Companys lines from the station on the Hlfhois Central Railroad nearest to hw or her registered address t- oChicago and Return such ticket to be good for the jour hey to Chicago during the Four Days Imauiiately Pr dint anil the day of the mealing for the return journey from Chiatro only nu the Itl of the meeting ami the IFOllr Itavs Inimdialelv Puuvini tillIr I that 1e to say between U00 u in I and 800 p m in the otilcc of the Assistant Secretary Mr W G Bruen in Chicago Such tickets I may bo nhtrlintd by and holder of I stock registered as above or rpnika- thin in writing to the Irividtni of j the Company Chicag but ouch stockholder must individually apply applicajaddress of the Stockholder exactly I as given in hiIll her Certificate of- I Stock together with the number and date of such certificate No more j than one person will he carried free in respect to any one holding of stock as registered on the hooks of f the Company L A G HACKSTAKK Secy L ARRtElys Cream Balm c BAtM- qulcllibiorbtd tGMe0laI Qliet Rillel alOnco It clean+ el soothes heals and protects tho ili0iis xl mem 4tapw5nwny I lead qnikif JSCUAV rryrstores tho Souls o e Tiiato ntul Kmi It lnl size fOctsatDtug fists or liy iiuil Trlul Sire 10 cts by mall KlyllrotlursSjWr root New York f n r REVIVOalld RESTORES VITALITYs J Made a Well Man THEofMe GLaT TtI7STIV0 I3I7 lDDY1 rrollIreH linn rc ullInbO lityN It nets tiowi rfully IInll Cure9 wben others tall r YotmKincncinriMlnihclrlost manUooil ond- nM men may rocovrr lliMr youtliful vlior by L uslntf nrtiquickly nml quietly ro IIDVI Vitality Somal 1 1 alltngHcmory1yattnglJ excess and InaUcrctlon which untlts ono ten f curtflirlnisliiKlurkI worlni tho hire oJ ymilli It vranU off no lironciiliiifdlsensc Iu1 outlaying HKVIYOi soother Itcan bo carried in vestpocket ray YuItAddresstr Sale by T II Willianm Hart KYt them in the house I one whenYou feel bill AyersPirectly dizzy They act dil I on the verLoJrif0i Want your moustache or beard DDDKINGHAMS DYE abeautlful brown or rich black Use run nDfJ vvII oaruuUO IUlIIgIIII aLrun aI L DITTERSSTOMACHBackache Dlzzlne Medicine for LIVER a Kache MalarHt etc eases SOc Guaranteed L i t fJfN StDlJJl CUIUHiTT 1IjoIWITIl BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAvf IIA1t1illltll 1 jI- SIllprnerrCuthr rnfi lon In nllllicciiuru Ohio Hinl iiilt lulii r ronntltiiniiilCourtolAiiiilf NrclHUttfiitliiKl rlitii nil hunlUMinfntrnned ihflrcHtp niiil th Iflltll i f Trim lunliiinl Itfil KMnlF lnw Spwlnttlr Offlrrlt Illl HIIPAN llnllilliiK 4 FRANK L FELIX Attorney at LawIIAKTMIIUI llY WIIIIrllhp hi pndrduu III Ohio and nil i lnliiiri iiiilr and In Ihr IuQrt ol PINnb Criminal prmtln and riillrcllnmi u prvlnlty- lltliiln ilii lltnilil liullillnir CHASM CROWE LtAWY13Re llAinroitii KY- 11111PrnrrlrhlPrtdlon In nil Ihr ruN- nfOhioandwqubhtvrnnnllnilInlit ur 1IIr HininliillriiOiiiiirirrli ty crlmlnnl prnrtlminil lit rnlltrlliiiiii llffln miner tnr- kit HIM IVnttf trtst Tliiinini rnriirr rjptfulr JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAWI HARTFORD KY uhlrllO tcvitiirfh lilMmlii niri17 H It WADDING Attorn at Lawt tlAimOKI ICY Mil I 1111 rs SIM nut lvlcriilttilrirxlwIslas t t IViHliinn gar ri lliTTii IrObiw M I IIKVHIV KIIMSl UliiiVAIl HEAVRIN 8 WOODWARD ftUoxs a cA Stt II XTfilHI Kr 1IIorlI I i irnikodcoltm YANCY L MOSLEY AlTOKNKY AT LAW Hnitri KrnturVv 1 Win irirtlirhl Irolk n lsill tli Cnnrnr lilimniliiilJnlnlHKriiaiillMinnilln Hi Court il Anl MiNiilntT Inllln nabKlrnl Vntlnniil Unfit WIIIIIIIII S A AXHKIIKON BARN 5 ANDERSON Attorneys an J Counselors at Lav+ IIAItTPOIIU KY- Thi niiilrrKlffKnl nnminnw Ihnt thrr him 11I1IIIIOhlI thetprnrthrf lnla- ullrourtstnxnlI lrrnl ollli lite until lilxnt Mnln StrwtetNnttCunrl III uehart fiitil KT AlitrnrtlnirTltlm and MtlKiitlon ntl- cd leg Tlllwi 10 1IIInl1II Ix gives pr c nl nttfiilliiii Nnlnrv In iintrtWllllUtNKS S A AMil lSUN KILLTHdQPUCHAND KingsNow PrIceFOR100 Surest and Quickest Curo for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK 1 i ndPROCURED AND DEFENDED 8 TOM aruwlmt IriuiotulurxiNit H trihaiiufn0lfKin triii iklvlcr M9t to IMUHU tiwlu lurk copyrlifliUrt IN ALL COUNTRIES JSaslteti Jireel wilt ItailiA loa tent linf yours aaJnfhx theffrafP tecludvelyPAteCM Hints Itmt UUi htont Ofltt WAGHIMflJCfj D C t htertlir RIROUGH RIV TELEPHONE i COMPANYIINCIIRrollATEli I L The Rongh Hiver Telephone Co I Is Independent owned and operated Iby home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll vice which is being constantly ser4Itended are as follows for l minutes conversation 15 miles 10 eta 131 miles Ificts 45 miles 20 ets c J W OBANNON Mgr Beaver Dam Ky I d l 4f 1lsf JlPWfe8e8 Q mm1GFAALE I x F TO luORBOwe I The first showing of our new Fall Stock will begin tomorrow with a special sale of everything We do this to get the x y people ucqunintec1 with our Fall Stock ttnd to post you Oil the latest fall styles Come to morrow and we will show you t k nothing but authoritive styles ltugest selections correct materials and lowest prices Steady streams of fall goods have Ik been arriving nearly every day this month from the greatest fashion center x We Will Show You as Large and Most Fashionable Selection of Ladies Skirts Cloaks and J Z Dress Goods that You Can Find in Hartfordxi Come Tomorrow and Supply Yourself at Special Sale Prices x 1- IEverything in the House Will Be Reduced Tomorrow You Get the IFirst Pick ofthe Seasons Goods at Bargain Prices i I Come oaAiid Let Us Equip You For iFair You Can Save Money By Doing Jo Double Breasted Suit is very styl IIThis fall and will bo worn extensively prices tomorrow Clothingo iWo show the largest stud of Suits and Ovirooats ever shown in any tot riu in Ohio county Wo demonstrate that ire are t- heCLOTHING I LEADERSOFOHIO COUNTY And Wo will prove it tC YOU TODQortorV Any style any color any price and any Duality Suit you are looking for you will Iind it here Men Young and old come inland let us show you thvery latest styles in Clothing We mv showing you tho very latest styles in this ad Itt wo wish toshow them to you from stock and want ynt tn exam 4 no the quality lor wo are sure to pleaso you Wo have a large st u1of Brat llId Boys Suits and Overcoats and we will bo proud to tihuw them to you tomorrow or my other day Wa want everybody to sea our Clothing for we curry the best made lothes shown in Flail furd11e guarantee our Clothing to give goud satisfaction If they are not good let us know lard we will make thom gUild Our prices arc low enough for anybody Boys SuitsBring your boy in and lot us try him on one of our new fall Suits Wo huge them in nil styles Como tomorrow rind look at them Como in awl see our Neckwear Slut Hosiery anduthhr Fall Furnishings wire 8hiAving ShoesWo have a very large stuck of Men Women and Childronri Shoes that io wish to show you We will show them at reduced prices tomorrow This style is the greatest fad of the sea son and is always stylish Right from the Schwab Tailoring shops Reduced 1Iprices tomorrow F HATS HATS Ii Wo carry tho Swan Brand and J B Stetson Mats tho best Hat made We are showing them in many different styles at right prices Como tomorrow and bring your irlonds KylIiIiIiIiIiIiIiff arYbi y w M LltJfu1lJ l1I1Ji TU1bu1tJilJMtr1 MMM 338 33rT f S S 375S 7aSrS i833J 3 tIMJL b9 rMIlln l Ir+YOu6tOL mWdiiiCDiiY4 + w co Th 1 LONG COMPANYS ECONOMY STOR- ESeptember k I A k I I r- And get posted on the new styles in Millinery Dress Goods Silks Trimmings of various kinds Lidies SJt efsr Cloaks Belts Collars Sand Bags Gents Furnishings Clothing lull Peters Shoes of all descriptions Headquarters for Fine Millinery- As you already know we arts leaders in this line and mean to continue so and will convince you if you will attend our opening by showing you the many pretty styles shapes and colors that are out this season at prices that are in reach of every one Our Cloak Department- Is full of the new style garments for fall and winter Just what you want In all the new colors Ve you our and let us you the we you t will and to wear to the Fair and you will visit our stun will in you the very the I O ggg w y IIIr yvil PRINCESS WAS A TOMBOY Consort of King Alfonso of Spain Be membered as a High Spirited Almost Hoydenish Girl Those who had the privilege ol personal with thE former Princess Ena u few yean ago and rememlftT what u high spirited alniOHt hoydenish little girl she was writes a corre spondcnt cannot help wondering how the new queen of Spain will like the extreme ceremony of hei new country says M A 1 Being with her Inother during play hours the young primess took part in most of their recreations Whenever the duke of family were near Princess Patricia usually joined her Iluttenberg cousins and munysi good romp till young people indulged in After rein cess Ella was promoted to wear her fair hair in u pigtail her younger brothers used to teasn her dreadfully watching then to pull tin long thick plait stud thou assuming an innocent stir when the royal victim turned round to discover the offending one She once indeed administered a Ill de served to a youthful prince whose ably outran his discretion BEAUTY OF JAPANS WOODS Many Varieties and All of Trees in the North Grow to Large Size Japanese woods are as hen iiti ful us Japanese lacquer The oak trees of northern Japm grow to a large size but on account of till nature of the ground it is dilllcnlt to out large pieces The usual sizes are from 1U to fiS inches square and from 8 to ISO feet long and the ash of which there are about 12 varieties two of which aiatlally are sought for at the present time one u beautiful curly ash and another with a train V MIW IJoth are used by Japanese car riage builders fo panels There are some ten varieties of maple one is a beautiful birds eye an other lots a llowery grain The sea is used for making furniture for which it is well adapted since it gives a good polish does not warp and is quite hard and lasts well This wood nod the nsh come in logs up to 48 inches square Reliable But Not Labeled Two Irishmen were talking about one of their friends who had been killed the day before by a pfemature blast says an ex an awful thing Pat the way poor Dinny was tulohserved Casey- It is it isM replied Pat feel icglyA line nom wan Ilion Ho was that And a line slioveler sure he was the finest shoveler on the job He was a good shoveler id tnitted Pat As good a shoveler as youse find in a year look in- He was A good shoveler a good shoveler he was but he was not what you would cull a fancy shoveler1 Ozone a New Air Product Oxon is not ozone It is a new product of an leetro chem leaf company of Xew York and is a specially prepared fused form of sodium peroxide having the peculiar property of emitting free oxygen when it comes in contact with nylon dioxide charged with moisture It is a bluish gray color and Is east in small blocks which are packed in airtight cans and in this form is trill It is believed tint by the use of oxone the ah in submarine hoots may be kept fresh for many hours at a time Eskimo s wear when at home Eskimouos I presume 7r I ReadyMade Skirts Dont fail to see our lino of raulynuule Skirts in the new Plaids fuel also solid colors We also have a big line of samples for you to select lions Take your meas ure and guarantee a fit Dress Goods and Silks- A big line of Dress GooiU and Silks will bo on display in all the new weaves and colors at the popular prices 50c and 100 as huvc if tie get OPTIMISM Practice cf Looking Always on Bright I Side of Things Is Worth I i Probably theres no sue qual ity which ought HO to be culti vated to its highest point yet which is made so little of as is optimism My children are so unlike sighs one mother Eleanor is happy all the tine no mutter what happens and Edith is as sure to be depressed by trifles That other mother came more nearly to the heart of things when she replied I believe that children are nothing but little reflectors when they are wee and that if you yourself are cheery they will give It back to you I believe too that if you keep it up long enough they will as uncon sciously form the habit of being optimistic The second womans children are the sunniest little mortals in the world theyre forming the habit of optimism stud theyll fluid it a mighty valuable asset later on in life After all although counts for a great deal persist ently forcing yourself to look upon the bright side of things is laying the foundation for character building on a very line plane and the man or woman who overcomes a naturally war rying adds strength as well to the sweetness of character he gains TRULY PHILOSOPHICAL A northern Michigan mer chant tells a grimly humorous story of a lumberman in that section who after u hard win ter in the cumps uppoured in the streets of one of the larger towns ready and anxious to have a good time This lumberman had with him the sum of gash the proceeds of his seasons laboi11 sum for I II j which he bull tolled unit slave and risked his life in the hi in la jams enduring the while all the discomforts and tribulations 01 the rigorous winter With tilt 1500 thus painfully amassed tit lumberman sought the compare tive civilization of a lumbe t town He first purchased him self a big drink and an expen give cigar then hied him to J turn joint where he staked hit entire fortune on a single play In another moment he wits pen niless Shifting the cigar fran one corner of his mouth to tin other the lumberman chcerfall + observed Oh well easy come witty go- GARBAROUS ANCIENT CUSTOM An English court lias sei temed a woman to imprison went she to speak during a trial The oh penalty for remaining mute under similar conditions Will heinj pressed to death The form o sentence set forth the prisonei shall be laid in some low durl house where he shall lie cake on the earth and one arm shill be diMwn to one quarter of thi house with a cord and the othe arm to another quarter and ii the saute manner let it be don with his legs and let there h laid upon his body iron un stout as much as he can bear or more There the man hut to lie On the following day hi was given three morsels o bread without water on the fol lowing water hut no bread And this was leis diet until hi died Literary Criticism i1l1 IIIBlI1UII you will lIar don me for saying that you latest story published the othe is wholly lucking in perspei is that Nnggus Well in you know the lines converge ta point I hove followed the Hoe in that story closely Uorus am they dont converge v raad Shoes Wa want yuu to inspect O tuckof Clothing andt Shoes ad note the prices niau tzafily No advance on our Shoes Ladies and Gentff Fratshings can ehtiw you c line of J allies and Gents than we OVl1Le on display on the above date We have ontikisi quart to stock these departments with the js cordially invite to attend opening show goods just actvenisodL He know want something new stylish only we gnout pleasure showing newest things of season LONG COMPANYS ECONOMY STREkDr- wiw KBNTLJCKY 4H1A1RTFOR o MrwIWtf n acquaintance constantly Connuughts opportunity punishment tuergyconsider Excellen- tQualityOak glaulltyThe j wavy changeIts transported LikelyI OFGREATVALUE GultlvatlngI deliberately unconsciously disposition disposition because refused day tlveBonushow perspective Clothing Nobody jvcttVr Fttrtlisltings newttCrUii d MONEY IN DEAD LETTERS r Over 5000 Found Poring Yak1a rsufficient Addresses PrrrcntItfl to Sender iReturnt More than 5000 was rcceiv at the dead letter office of t r Mijriamount can lw returned to lirI senders for the reason that xae i writers give insufficient z11 dresses The majority of till ptnsons many thud are for Dm most part b tended for mall order Itousvc hut on account of wrong 4t dresses finally reach the ilttletter ofllce The total number of pierriuif unclaimed matter received fflir lug the month was 8051314 against 607100 in April but wV I withstanding the large incrs w in receipts every piece of inul1 r received was opened and treatwfe r leaving no accumulation at tin beginning of this month A new record wan made in Ik I percentage of letter returned rti I senders 30 per cent being tffcc average for the month It IAKX timuted that not more than Si t per cent of the nocalled rtnable letters ran in fact be rturned The somber of letfraed returned lust month was 12 Iris against 1158577 In April I 1IG and 109333 in May 1905 Money was found IB 72411 Vf f tens to the amount of f5lG73IL In May 1105 156803 wasem tanned in 7259 letter BBOwinga slight decrease for 1906 in iir number of tellers received con taining money bet quite a 11t siderable SUCMOBC in the araomC of money enclosed r SNAKES ON RIFLE RANT Unwelcome Visitor GATO Expsss rasa to Eaov IMarksmeswilla 3lsvahe An intcnjRiiBjf itoo ii 1ft promptu exhibition ef akin Jtlfe 1 the revolver nm vitoeMGl ws the state rift maze while lLt n Miinbera of the National Guard sail the hurt Pitt mOl club werei citttiung says the Fittshurg jJiZbninkItvTelegraph A black inube more than four feet longtitos bttn tanking a Bpccialty of ipivnring in various trees near OK 1tH1 yard firing point and ranaio some mild excitement aauing the shooters Kcp utcd aJruniptH have been mule to fcilur his scalp but without sue mm leading some of the skilled i narluraiji to believe that he miwt have seen the bullets com L cry of The snake the maker was raised about two p a und immediately every rille ma left his post and joined in+ tbr ihiiiH Ills snakesliip was ifonnd ensconced in a knothole tirar the top of a dead walnut me his head only being visible apt E U Riddle inspector riffn practice who toted along ofjiJSfc calibn army revolver tookIvyn a good strategic little way from the tree while thn other marksmen rallied to bisr support on either lank Capt Riddle drew a bead on lie wickedlooking head protrud Ssarfrom the hole the spectators folding their breath in anxious raspenae and fired There was a food report a cloud of dust from flriutf bard a wild squirming in rbe knoteJ and Mr Snake toped heavily to the ground Re u atot clean through the neck r By Proxy Doctor cant you give me imethlnp to relieve my sleep li essrYea I could prescribe a seda tfvr bat would do AreaIgoodreesmmead a large fat onion to beeaten rawjust before going to bdr Wily doctor thats exactly riatkeep me awake How can it possibly have that tJIrlI n Sty wife eats it Sufeocribe for THE REPUBLICANS S 1 Ig T MI+tt+ ttltt+tt+tyttt++tt+ ttttttttttttitt++ttt+++ MH BANK OF HARTFORD rxcOt tr qeai c 1liti2 4000000r+ Stockholders AddlI Liability 4000000 J Deposltors9200000J Cashierytt iJW P PORDIt HOIIIROOK Directors C THOMAS J vO T Moons 4 ++t+tttttttt++++++ ++++t+++tt+tttPtt++ tt++ + FIRST y NATIONAL BANK Oi Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500 Will loan money from 1 day 1to 12 months This is your Hank Come i- nDIRECTORS O lIK LIKENS AlVIN RowE BURCH FKIJX JIM POIK STEVENs WAYNI GmttINI I bas 1 BLACK BIRKHEAD g PROPRIETORS j I ti 3 Hartford and Beaver Dam Transfer i AND PRRIGHT LINEb3 Meets all trains AlstbtI i General Liverymen b Best of attention given to stock Now stable Main F J3 streot Hartford KybtI I BUSINESS COLLEGES ARE FAILURES HUYANX STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LouinrUU LI WILL BE COLD All the Signs Point to an Un l their is to the hot weather is broken and that soon the hot days will be a thing of the past They are of the wishbone achool of weather prophets but it is possible that they may be right for they base their predictions on signs which they say have never failed them in the past In the first place the katydid has appeared and it is confidently asserted that the appear ance of the katydid is a sure sign L that cool nights are at hand With in six weeks after the first katydid has sung frost is sure to appear say these prophets and they point to an unbroken record in proof Then there are many signs that next win ter unlike last winter will be unus ually severe In the first place there are the bushes in all surround ing country This is said to be na tures way of prpviding food for the birds and a big crop of berries means a long and severe winter This is supported by the Statement from many sections that the corn I husks are much thicker this year than they have been for a w In small cities and towns because I There Is not a sufficient population to support QOOD school 2 Such schools arauiually conducted by persons who are NOT quallfiou or who maze It a praclic to travel about and delr ud their patrons 3 There are few II any opportunities lor their graduates 10 secure employment In suchleca lass 4 The THOROUGH business colleges aral eUedln IholarterclUes and are con- ductedr by persons who are qualified So The graduates ol Dullness colleges In small titles ort owns can not secure employ IhronincompeIItion highclass schools as business men have no time to eiperimentwllh Incompetents Thereforo be wISe Sendlorlhel1nesleB wawayyourmoneyPKy CruelI long time while news comes from the mountain sections that there will be an enormous yield of acorns beechnuts chestnuts and other fruits of the forest upon which birds and beasts depend for food during the Winter months Still another sign of a long and cruel found in the activity of the barnImice These little animals ready begun the work of g their nests and observers agree that they are making this year unusually cozy and warm Last year they seemed to give little attention to the building of their winter homes but this year they are not only beginning to build them unusually early but arc giving remarkable attention and care to their construction All of which signs point to a severe winter and there are many people who place ai much confidence in these homely predictions as they do in the reports of the Weather Bureau A bath cleanses the skin and rids the pores of refuse A bath makes far better fellowship and citizenship 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 arc Do Witts Little Early Risers Pleasa little pills that do not gripe or sickI en Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro 1 KISS BY FORCE Is Not Criminal Assault the Georgia Judge Tells the Pretty Girl Columbus Ga Sept 12It is not a criminal assault for a man to for cibly kiss a pretty girl according t a decision rendered here by Justic- Hargett in the case of Katie Hinck Icy a pretty sixteenyearold girl against Henry Stubbs Katie and Henry have been con sidered sweethearts for some time and their friends were astonished when she had Stubbs arrested on a charge of criminal assault The girls evidence was to the effect that Stubbs asked her to let him kiss her I refused said Katie and then he grabbed me about the waist held me tight and kissed me so he nearly took my breath away I call it criminalassault I I dont said Judge Hargett Henry was guilt of bad manners but not for the crime for which lynching is inflicted You are very pretty Katie maybe Henry couldnt resist the temptation There is Catesarrhi this sec tion of the country than all other diseases put together and until the lost few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease 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 disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrah Cure manufactured by FJ Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitu tional cure on Zthe market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous sur faces of the system They offer one failus Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 75 Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation A Man in Their Tub Are women modest nowadays snapped a usually goodnatured bachelor says the New York Eve ning Telegram Say 1 found a bunch in a summer resort sowell you might call it modesty but whatever the sentiment or virtue they all refused to take a Sunday morning bath because I slept in the tub the night before and they al most mobbed the proprietor of the inn for daring to let a man get into their bath Did I stay long No how could I with half a hundred women constantly passing me with an aggrieved expression that plainly said I have had to go without my bath because of you CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho TSignature of 6afffiZ3 First Wife is Now the Cook Danville Va Sept GA marri age ceremony which was performed in this city yesterday has caused circleIthe latter a pretty schoolteacher were the contracting parties Put ner some time ago obtained divorce e from his first wife and later employ ed her as conk Yesterday he took his second wife to his home in which the first wife will remain as family cook She made the wedding cake and cooked the wedding supper fG her more successful rival The new wife is well known here and in Petersburg More Potatoes Please Uncle Sam will presently order potatoes on a generous scale never befoie known in America He doesnt want them to eat He has enugh for that now But he will need them for making alcohol to be used in the mechanical arts and for light and heat and power denatur ed alcohol which can not be used in beverages It is that which makes thnte ever States The American people ou number the inhabitants of the German empire more than 20000000 M but the German potato crop is often five or six times as big as that of this country Germany grows as many bushels of potatoes as the United States does of oats and wheat together With denaturedalcohol free of internal revenue taxes says the Cleveland Leader the American potato crop ought to climb rapidly Itofeweyears In the South they say they will not have to build new machines to make alcohol from potatoes The cottonseed oil mills which stand idle in summer for lack of materialcan do the work according to sanguine SouthernersWhen strong men come to blowd even if they are well match ed it iynot a 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 in short order Be sure you get De Witts Good for everything a salve is used for including piles Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Pensions For All at the Age of SixtyrLiverpool forI everybody at the age of sixty was among the proposals adopted at to days session of the Trades Union Congres The advocates of the resolution contended that the money necessary for the pensions could easily be raised from among the wealthy by taxing land values- A resolution in favor of treaties of arbitration coupled with an emphatic protest against the increase of armaments or insidious attempts to introduce conscription in Great Britian was also carried The congress also instructed the labor members of Parliament to insist on trades union rates of wages being inserted in all government contracts and the establishment of a national minimum wage to protect the working people against the evil of sweating No one buysailboat with sails that could not be reefed There are always that possibility of of a little too much wind that makes a cautious man afraid to go unpro vided The thinking man whose stomach sometimes goes back him provides for his stomach b keeping a bottle of Kodol For Dys pepsia within reach Kodol digests what you eat and restores the stom ach to the condition to properly per porm its functions Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro- Noncompetitive Reciprocity Referring to the latest Iowa Tari declaration the Chicago Record Herald says The reciprocity clause however leaves nothing to be desired It ad vocates the genuine not the sham noncompetitive kind of recipro city It identifies the kind by refer ring to the positions of McKinley and Roosevelt The Chicago writer cannot quote a line from either McKinley or Roosevelt or from any national Republi can platform in advocacy of recip rocity in competitive products The teachings of the party in its platform declarations and in its legisla tion wholly refute the Record Herald claimBurlington Hawk- eye J A Llvoly Tussle with that old enemy 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 regulate these organs without pain or discomfort 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist Tile Telephone Girl Heres to the telephone girl A workrand suffers the most abuse for the money she receives Who does more favors that are unappreciated by those upon whom they are con ferred Who gets censure for her bad deeds and silence for good ones Who knows more about men than the sociologist does more about women than the officers of the Federal clubs and more about the man ners of children than the teacher does and can tell where every gen tlemen and every lady lives She is seen in all lands and in all climes j and speaks all tongues God bless her 1lf3TORtAtscarf th 3rsBn0l dltatan lI Aal 1n a hr l i STRONG Again It what Mrs Lucy StorallofTiltonQa said after Kodol Dyiptpsli LCurt Hundrtdi C ofothirwtak women are beIng re I stood to perfect health by this rem sdy YOU b wU It you wW take It IndigattloncitiMi nearly all the tick Awwlure It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women tuff r weaken and Income distattd Kodol Dyspepsia Cure inables the stomach and digestif organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole tome food that may be eaten It nourishes body and rebuild the weak organs health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia tour ming8belchinghiartburn and all stomach disorder Digests What You EatD- IIUNIqleUlf lrerN at 5k Lab ha n np u tar L H1de lOJIIT Kola by Z WAYNE UltlfFIN REA- LESTATB If you have a farm town lot dwelling or any other Real Estate 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 with seven rooms new two wide halls on Union Street Hartford situated on lot 3 acre All out buildings and good water Price reasonable One Farm four miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con landybest of water good small barn a at a bargain 40J acres near White Run to the I C R Rhalf Caney Creek bottoms all cleared goodorchard two good welts price reasonable a bargain for some one further infor applicationff t House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur applicationA two miles North from Hartford on the Owens boro and Hartford road within J mile of School house excellent neighborhood good barn and out buildings moderate dwelling and a fine well of water A bargain at 500 120 acres Rough River bottoms three miles West from Hartford bounded by Rough river on South and public road on north 40 acres in ex cellent state of cultivation remainder well timbered with oak gum ash maple and hickory Good dwelling stable and other outbuildings Wil sell land and timber together or either separate from the other 95J acres Rough River bottoms considered the richest I 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 nont or reserve timber or will sell all together 200 acres of fine farming land at Dan Station on Owensboro branch 1 C R R 70 acres up land bal bottom will make 70 to 80 bushels of corn per acre About 60 acres in timber Three dwelling houses Good well water and early orchard Terms onehalf cash balance on easy payments New two story frame dwelling tn Hartford Six rooms two nice halls t Lot 100 foot front 210 feet deep Good well Situated corner Fredrica and Griffin streets Two thirds cash balance in 12 months A bargain List your property with us W will find a buyer BRRNETT X SW1TH republican Office Hartford Ky CumbelandTELEPHONE AN- DTelegraph Co Incorporated 1 Heres nothing the matter with Cumberland haaIncreaseder heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition TrJ JVIORGHN Mgr 10II11ah D lAZY Oho Couzaty DlUagoAttorneyBarriiei Clerk Frock L Felix Matter Com RllSlarUa9herlSHartfordA llratcher L P Crowder E II MaKan Oran leadayweekinnd third Monday In May and Noretnher two weeks w9TLeleyQertE3lwoodwatd aiCoarttonkenelantSlondeytneaclmonth MondayInCourt ot Claims Conrenve Scat Monday In Jam OctoberOtherOdlcerexB W Leach AmeeiorUob ItoyJamei UeWe e AllenCorooerJlneo 7utea CourtsN llarraM Dearer Dam March 2J June 23 I Sryltembet2lllecmlber2lk 10021September September Y 2Seltmbern h 18Sellember n 10ItSeptember 80Seplember M RartforotcUc Court ttorae1rent second Monday In each mouth HwllBJouei Borrrlcn SundayeachWedllldareTlDlag nighbeoltlecoad lra11meetlagGardner pastor OP Church Serrlcei flrit Sunday la each month at llamsod7pm Her J D Bar nedpaetorSchool lUrtfordC M Crow J 8 DPtodletoa MCrowePndtton A D White Wm Fair Wm Bean Dr J W Tuylor r- acrt Eoel tl FrldaytHartford Lodge No 878 Ft A Mason flre Monday night I each month Hartford Tent No 99 Knights of the Mace bees every Thursday night Rough River LodgeNo110 KnlghUof Pythls meets every Tneeday night Preston Morton Post No4O A It bold teg nlar meetings Saturday befonOrst Sunday In earb month z Southern Raiway Shortest ani Fastest Lines FROIV- LouisllIeDanille ani Lexington ro 81 LOHiSIIH1IIOWOSIT- wo Fast Trains Daily running through solid from Danvillo to St Louis without change with connec ting cars from Lexington as follows Lye Lexington 545 am Lve Danville 530 a m mjVestibuled coaches and Observa tion Cafe Car Lve Lexington 500 p m Lve Danville 445 p m Lve Louisville 1015 p m Arr St Louis 732 a m Pullman Sleeper and Free Reclin ing Chair Car e Most direct line to Chattanooga Atlanta Knoxville and all South eastern points including Asheville N C and the beautiful Land of the Sky and Toxaway country Send 2 cent stamp for Land of the Sky Booklet and other illustrated literatureW MORGAN D T- Lexington Ky H 0 KING G P T A Ill East MainLexingtonKy J F LOGAN T P A Ill East Main St Lexington Ky A E COOK C P tf A 231 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky c HHUNGERFORDDPA KyeSt Louis Mo Subscribe for TilE REPUBLICAN 4 Ii h P hH ta a 321rtnnsA A rrtianwrs eh+ Jat4r tMMflMW 1iWIrNlYI1 I1 1 ALL OP- NINL Ve again announce to the public the arrivalof our fall nothing the nrliulof our full Dress Goods th arrival of our fall Shoes the arrival of our fall Clo iks Ladies Furs Gents Puniishingfs ladies and Misses Hose Gents Halt Hose Dress Trimmings of all kinds Silks for skirts the 3 yard wide kind in all colors also Silk Shirt Waist in plaids and cheeks and solid ellttrsa3Iff1 Carpets and Rugs for everybody the arrival of our fall Hats in fact every thing new for Ml wear Ve arc going to keep open house on SEPTEMBER 15th Ve want you to come and ffl yourself It is not our intention to sell lots of goods on that day but our aim will be + Itishmvgootls Our purchase this season will surpass any former purchase so it will pay you Giinw 13V want you to cone and make im a friendly visit on this occasion Dont forget tIll lager Set lnhpr 15 and place- rI CAON COMPANY INCORPORATBO J Hartford Kentucky NIAftQn n Hartford Republican i FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14 RENDER Sept 11Mr J W Baker Mr and Mrs T Jahn and Mrs Mary Mercer went to the Mammoth Cave last Wednesday to spend a few days Mrs Joe Bennett of Beda was the guest of her sister Mrs Alex Bennett last Wednesday Mrs S M Tilford of Horse Branch was the guest of Mrs J Wi HartfordilwasLe Roy Brown of Central City i and Deputy Sheriff S A Bratcher of Hartford were here last Satur dayMiss I Mabel Brown of Echols was the guest of Miss Annie Millard last Saturday and SundayIMr and Mrs Jas McIntyre re turned to their home in Linton Ind yesterday after visiting relativesI here for the past two Marion Tipton of Rochester was here yesterday j Moscow Taylor has returned from Peoria Ill after an absence of six weeksMrs J L Neighbors of Mercers Station is the of her Mr and Mrs L JrancisIeMiss Jennie IfJtion on the L H St L R It asc section foreman Mr Tilford is a good man and we hate to lose him from our town 1 Morton Herrel was kicked by a mule which he was driving in the mines fracturing the bono below the left eye Mrs Jno S Spence has returned from Dayton Tenn after a visit of two weeks Republican Campaign TextBook A Departure has been made in the Repu blican CampaignTcxtBook just issued in that its contents arc wholly devoted to live issues and these are treated in the briefest possible way i yet comprehensively enough to in r i elude all necessary fists and figures First there Is 21 general state meat of the issues if TOG followed by a brief review4tf publican leg islation in General aai the work of the Fiftyninth Grsrdasoin particu lar The Railrtcrf Elite Law PUT Food Law Free Afatcl Law Employers Liability 1snd the Meat Inspection JorJaoa j3 die Agri cultural ApiTOjiriitfnm Law are given 3n full as s Chairman Taw neys dear i plirex ioa sf the ap propriationsThe qunTO is text full presented follow Bj Representa tive Watsons Munition of Anti trust proceeding t11u1 one hunt dred pages are emit t90 the Tariff Agriculture and Xxrsrfactures an the tables BhowbijrShvAarious phase- of s industrial activity Among oth er subjects trentid aaiikr the tariff are Protection tr 3rea Trade Customs Revcnui Ivfcreign Com merce Home Mart ami Internal Trade WlIgfKailY1 Sficss Export Discounts Recijymihy Frea Hides Revision eLc etceta Some hall huA d tables give official and nuwrtativa figures down to the 3 5faH3 possible date The work cd tht IJrcaltlint and administration islfojibwefltf presented the condition amluSituoaf the Phil ippines the Paman Canal the Navy Postal Serves lr11ilft Ion etc etcThe President fcitsir to Repre sentative Watson soncJudes the work which JuLcu cbnnions index of over a dozen fages Scattered tbracpintt titeioofc are quotations from IVwilanb Roosevelt and other KejitWican1 readers Among thweisllipfMSraot from Senator HannatfHpMricwhare he used the stand pit o nsabn it being the only instance is the TextBook where the vvonJft hand pat are used A pagldl cfsr PtOMri nlya and his views w32s comments oi the New York fipr11 A sa called Prosperity rurtsrogir is added giving treasury runiJfeljiTiitradh tee ports etc down iri upusUlu For the first liras an a political campaign theTexJSfcolj wiN have I general cirailallccaotogathtfr other IiteratunFt twill uk sent on receipt of one dollar by John C Eversman Assistant Treasurer 1133 Broadway New York Kohiers Celebrated Band will furnish music for the Fair It has been secured at large expense but the man agement will feel repaid if its patrons are satisfied This band will satisfy them u Collegeychapel exercises Monday morning in a very impressive mannerI0 D Brown Matanzas Etta thosedwho entered the Collegiate depart ment this week i Tom Hamilton spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents at Clear Run i Scott Ambrose went home Friday j p m returning IBen Patterson MondayI IProf Stubbs incharge for i the largest Alligator in captivity will attend the Fair Bring the children out to see it I I Notice in Bankruptcy- In the matter of George C Wage land a bankrupt On this 6th day of September A D 1906 on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for dis charge filed on the 24th day of Au gust A D 1906 it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the 13th day of OctoberA- D 1906 before said court at Feder al Court Hall at Louisville Kyin said district at 10 oclock in the forenoon or as near thereto as thereofnbe published one time in Hartford REPUBLICAN a newspaper printed in said district and that all known creditors and other persons in inter est may appear at said time and place and show cause if any they have why the prayer of said peti tioner should not be granted Witness the Honorable A M J Cochran Judge by designation of said Court and the seal thereof at I Owensboro Kentucky in said dis trict on the 6th day of September A D 1906 A G RONALD Clerk By DUDLEY LINDSEY D C A lino string of horses have been secured if r the Fai Exciting races are assured every day i THE SINGEROR WnsoniWheeler and Wilson Sewing Machine I will bring one to your house andshow you the work and make prices to suit the times on easy payments Also have repairs for all makes of machines Office at my residence patronageIHartford Ky Everybody attending the Fair is entitled to a chance to draw the 2500 IN GOLD See catalogue of Fair for par ticulars NARROWST- OO LATE FOR PUBLICATION LAST WEEK Mr and Mrs Adolphus Johnson and daughter Miss Myrel are visit ing relatives at Sulphur Springs Mr and Mrs Ray Armendt of Fordsville were the guests of Mrs Ida Renfrow Tuesday Miss Bettle Renfrow of Dundee was the guest of her sister Miss Magnolia Renfrow Thursday Misses Mercedes and Myrtle Car son of Olaton were the guests of friends here Sunday Mr John P Johnson returned Tuesday from a weeks visit with hi sister at Owensboro Prof Clarence Bennett will leave Monday for Lexington to resume his course in the Civil Engineering de partment of the A M College Mr and Mrs Woodford Greer and Mr Leslie Arbuckle of near Hartford visiteJ relatives hera Saturday Vt and Sunday Miss Lynn Camp of Henderson who has been visiting her sister Mrs Will Park has gone to Shreve to visit relatives Mr and Mrs John B Renfrow are the parents of a baby girl born Friday Dr A B Riley attending physicianSickness is all but universal here Chills chills everywhere Dr Riley is working day and night Notice to Tax Payers beforeinterestcost of tax warrant is addedR MARTINSOC A Slide For Life A woman will slide 300 feet by her hair at the Ohio county Fair Thursday Sept 20 NO 5702 Report of the Condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Hartford at Hartford in the State of Kentucky at the close of Business Sept 4 1906 I RESOURCFS 8441667Overdrafts NoneUe 2600000Bankingand fixtures 168700 46575Due363707Due 99500Due724729Checksitems 13500 NationalsBanks 28500 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 3383 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz Specie 641110 Legal tender 686110 notes 45000 RcdemptionfundwithUj S Treasurer 5 par Louisville Live Stoclt Market r1TTLi1 Chnln butchrrvtitr 14 5S 14 IB i Knlr to Rood bntcbtr Ir 3 M H 4- ChoIMbotrbr K helter 3 759t 4 Si- KAIrtoKoodI bathrhIII Mn S 79 Chulr butchrr town 3 31 U 3 75 lntr In KCIUI bntrbtr rows 3 Wfl 3 U- Chok milch row 35 uo F410 00 oeI4boIatkingOO In It m 0 tlnll SO I 9ellnm pgrtete lea to as nn 6 39 t II 4- 5Illht nhlpper10 tit ICOItin 8 Si illholtwlIg90toltirnJ 6004t433 HllliKI AXII IVMIIM Fair to Rood Mirrji 3 00 tt 3 60 Choice ihlptiloKUiabi 7 230L 730- annnd i 004 8 60 Hartford Produce Market Ileportrd by Ihnllnrllunl Commission Co COUNTIIV IltODCCK llottrr Rood rounluKlilM frrrrn M Ite 40tginIlnr 70 pring hl01 80 Incklng hotter 10- cItourter3oungandold 3c Dnrku iMr pound Cc Turker fI 7c rulevrnl 1300 ft f 400 r cent of circulation 125000 Total 13201371 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 2500000 Surplus funds 1000000 Undivided profits less ex penses and taxes paid 278702 National Bank notes out standing 2500000 Due to State Banks and Bankers 3221 Individual deposits subject to check 2767800 Time certificaes of deposit 4150527 Liabilities other than those above stated 1121 Total 13201371 State of Kentucky lasCounty of Ohio I J C Riley Cashier of he above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief J C RILEY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this the 10th day of Sept 1906 PublicMy1908Correct J J G B LIKENS DirectorsJ r 1