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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t tartfrb tpttblicau Fine Job Work a Specialty IP IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER l 1906 No 10 IMPORTANT SUIT Began by Ohio County to Can 4 eel Bogus Note Dr A B Baird and Others are Defendants Hraud and Covin Charged One of the most important suits ever filed in the Ohio Circuit Court was entered last Tuesday afternoon The plantiff in the action is Ohio county the defendants being Dr A B Baird E D Guffy and others The Suit is for the purpose of can celling a note which Baird holds against Ohio county The petition states that at the January term 1891 of the Fiscal Court Judge John P Morton and Esq G W Martin were appointed as commissioners to effect a settlement with said Baird who the county then owed and to execute a f note on behalf of the county to Baird for the amount the county was found to be owing him Con tinuing it states that said commissioners Baird and Gully his agent had u settlement und found the county to be owing Baird 558085 and thereupon Judgo John P Morton and Esq Martin executed the Countys note for the amount nnd delivered same to Baird The petition further says That thereafter the defendants Baird and Gully did on the 10 day of January 18M fraudulently unlawfully and wrongfully represent to Judge John P Morton and Eq George Martin thejCommissior aforesaid that the writing above described was irregular and did not conform to the commercial usage or requirements and that by reason thereof they were unable to discount the same and the said defendants Baird and Guffy fraudulently wrongfully iand unlawfully procured Judge John P Morton and Esq George Martin to execute another note payable to Dr A B Baird or payable to John H Barnes the one or the other and the plantiff does not know which but the defendants do know and if payable to Barnes it was done at the request of the defendant Baird in order that flames might discount the same and Ute proceeds of said note were paid direct to Baird for the purposes set out which note was for the sum of 5 C8085 and which note or writing was executed in lieu of the writing first executed by said Morton and Martin and was executed for the purpose of paying all the debts owing by Ohio county to the defendant Baird and that the express understanding and agreement between the defendant Baird and the said Morton and Martin was that the notoI or writing first executed should be J1 surrendered to them cancelled and I held for naught but the said writing or note was not in fact delivered to the said Morton or Martin nor cancelled nor destroyed and is nowI in the possession of the defendants Baird Gully and AndersonI Plaintiff states that the note or writing last executed by the Com missioners Morton and Martin andI referred to above has long since been paid and that it embraced all the indebtedness and was executed and accepted Baird by in full settle ment of all claims against Ohio county Plaintiff states thatthe defendants Baird Guffy and Anderson acting s jointly the one with the other haveI wrongfully fraudulent and fully conspired the one with the other to collect this amount from plaintiff which is specified in theI writing and executed by Judge P Morton and Esq George Martinj and now have in their j said writing which was fraudulently retained by them that said writ ing first executed and now in their joint possession was obtained by fraud covin and misrepresentation as herein set out and was and is without any consideration whatever The petition closes with a prayer for cancellation of the note held by Baird If the allegations of the pe tition are true und persons who are 7 tie conversant with the facts in the matter say they are the note is with out consideration another one hav ing been executed in its steadand paid off in August 1894 it was in tended and so agreed that this one should have been destroyed County Attorney Ernest Wood ward Hon M L lIeavrin and the firm of Barnett Smith signed the petition as counsel for plaintiff Important Notice We have added a stock of building material such as Sash Doors Col umns Moulding Etc Yellow Pine Flooring Ceiling Metal Iaroid nnd Paper Roofing in short anything you may need in the building line We will saw your logs and plane your lumber Call and see us BEAN Duos Hartford Ky HORRIBLE STORY Is Told by an Attendant of Eastern Aylum Says Fred Ketterer Was eaten to Death By an At tendant Lexington Ky Sept 18ln a signed statement J Franklin Wallace an attendant at the Eastern Ketucky asylum says that he be lieves Fred Ketterer of Ashlandwas killed by the attendants and that hb proposes to present the matter to the October grand jury He blames Dr Redwine and charges him with inefficiencyDr in replying to the charges of Wallace made the state ment that as soon as he learned of the death of Keller he suspended three attendants and notided the coroner who held an inquest The jury returned a verdict to the effect that Ketterer came to his death from exhaustionWallace tells a revolting story of what he has seen in the asylum He says that he saw Leander Wright beaten within an inch of his life Kel ter he says was brought to the in stitution on June 1 He describes him as one of the finest specimens of physical manhood he ever saw Some days later he says one of the attendants asked him if he did not want to see the big mountaineer killed off lie says that he was shown to Kellers ward and found him stretched on the floor in a ter rible condition one shoulder broken his face bruised and blood clots in his eyes He asked the attendant how it was done to which question he received the reply I am the only man that was ever able to subdue him You have td be tough with them and kill them off Wallace is a graduate of the law school of Kentucky University and much above the average of men who hold positions as attendants The attendant is corrobrated by the following sworn statement of the undertaker who prepared the body rf Ketterer for burial The affiant Mr T H Bulling ton states that he is of lawfulage resides at Ashland Ky and Is an undertaker by profession that he tad charge of the body of Fred Ket terer deceased after the body had arrived from the Eastern Kentucky Asylum that the body was the worst used up of any I ever saw outside of a railroad wreck and I have been in the business undertaking for eighteen 18 years I took a little hook and clawed the clots of Mood from the eyeball that was protruding and clotted with blood I thought his neck had been broken is rigor mortis had never set in in that part of the body as it was per fectly limp Howeverthe doctors found thebones of the neck in place THOMAS H BULLINGTON Sworn and subscribed to before me byT H Bullington this the 22nd lay of August 1906 J F STEWART N P andThompson Plasterers und contractors satisfaction guaranteed Phone 29 or leaver Dam Plaining Mill Co I ITV GREAT FAIR Record Breaking Crowds For t Two First Days Pretty Girls Handsome Ladies Fine Stock and Excellent Mu sic Contribute to Success Never before in the history of the Ohio County Fair Company has the prospects been so flattering as at present for a great fair week Early Wednesday morning a slow rain began to fall which looked bad for the fair but by eight oclock the clouds had rolled away and the crack Third Regiment band which had arrived from Owensboro Tues day night began to play on the square and everybody hustled to put on their fair clothes for four days solidenjoyment The band is the best which has been in Hartford for years This remark was heard on all sides Wednesday morning after the concert on the square and is worth going to hear if there were no other attractions Wednesday was ladies and chil drens day and brought out probably the largest attendance ever seen on the grounds on a first day Pret ty girls and handsome ladies were allIthere were not enough men to go roundThe racing has been goodso far and promises some exciting events for the two remaining days If the weather is favorable Saturday will bring together the largest crowd ever seen in these grounds- A new feature which has been added and is creating great inter fiat Js The guessing contest Every paid admission entitles the person to a guess at the total attendance for all the days The one who makes the closest guess will receive 2500 in gold from the Fair Co Tickets are furnished with each admission upon which to record the guess The ring exhibitions are more than up to the standard The colt ring Wednesday afternoon could not have been beaten in any county in the State The Taylor Coal Company did the handsome thing by purchasing 600 tickets yesterday They will pay off today and give each employe a free ticket to the Fair Saturday afternoon the Lawrence Guards otherwise known as Co H Kentucky National Guards will give an exhibition drill at the ring Capt DeWeese will put the boys through the manual of arms and some difficult field movements Following are the awards which had been made up to the time this paper went to press FIRST DAY Mules three years old and over 10 Felix Headly 1st C L Hudson 2nd Mules under one year old 10 T J McCormick 1st and 2nd Best Jack any age 10 Black BirkheadSaddle Horses Stallion any age 1GF W Creager lstFelix Heady 2nd Mare any age 10J L Cooper 1st H C Acton 2nd Geld ing any age 10 Felix Heady 1st Harol Lloyd 2nd Best Colt un der 1 year old 8R E Haynes 1st H E Brown 2nd Best Mule Colt under 1 year old 8C F Baltzell 1st T J McCormick 2nd Speed Rings Threeminute pace purse hJames Ashley Robert Bruce IstBen HulseyLuke Cox 2nd Mule race onehalf mile heats10 Herbert King 1st A E Stewert2nd SECOND DAY Harness Horses Stallion with 3 or wcreagl1stany age 1st F W Creag 2nd Mares any age 1500 Felix Heady 1st J L Coop er 2nd Gelding any age 1500 Felix Heady Ist Sam Walker 2nd Combined Horses Stallion mare i or gelding 15OOF W Creag 1st Felix Heady 2nd Best Colt I 800IJohnSpeed ring Twoforty class trot 5000Felix Heady Gold Box 1st James Gropp Lady J 2nd Threequarter mile dash running 5000E Vittoe Signoe Peirson 1st H Easton Sparrow Crop 2nd R W Johnson Fire Dash 3rdDuring the running race one 01 the horses flew the track opposit the bandstand and ran over Mr James Batzell He was onlyslightl injured and was at once remove to town for medical attention TripTaffytors REPUBLICAN If you will allow me space in your valuable paper I shall attempt to write a few lines 0n our trip to the cave I shall begin by saying that I was one of the invite guests Am sorry to say that I aIr one of the defeated by but a smal number of votes I glory in thE boy who did it We met at Hartford the 4th inst and left forCromwell 230 p m arriving at Cromwell we boarded thE beautiful Steamer Bowling Gree for Bowling Green On arriving at Bowling Green we boarded a trait fdrthe cave and on arriving at the cave prepared to go inside You bet we were glad to see the inside of the cave We saw many curiou things so many I could not unde to mention them I am highl pleased with my part of the trip On our return we had quite a goo time It was a trip of pleasure ant sight seeing that will not be forgot ten soon We boys are all bound together for life by reason of this short trip I long to see the day when I can repay the editors fo their kindness in inviting me rI shall ever be ready to help then when I can JESSE C SMITH yITriiiiN L Presiding Elder Walsh Lies at Deaconess Hospital Victim of Accident Several Days Ago and Only Able to Be moved A Louisville paper contains the following account of an accident to a minister who is well known and loved by members of the M E Church in Ohio county Suffering from a compound fract ure of his right leg which he sus tained two weeks ago in a runaway accident while driving from Glasgow to Nobod the Rev J D Walsh presiding elder of the Louisville district of the Methodist Episcopal church in Kentucky is a patient at the Deaconess Hospital and his physician says that he will be unable to leave his bed for at least six weeks Dr Walsh is a member of the bish ops cabinet and was to have taken a prominent part in the annual con ference of the Kentucky branch of the Methodist Episcopal church which begins Wednesday at Greenup On September 1 Dr Walsh had occasion to travel from Glasgow to Nobodand started to make the journey with a suburban mail car rier After the wagon had proceed ed several miles out of Glasgow the horse took fright and bolted Dr Walsh was thrown to the ground He was carried several miles over a rough country road beforethe servic es of a surgeon could be had The fractured leg was put in a plaster cast and it was twelve days before Dr Walsh was able to undertake the journey to Louisville His leg still pains him a great deal and he is dis comforted over the fact that he will be unable to attend the conference of his church toCompany H Every officer and member of Company H is directed to assemble at the Court House at 900 a m 01 Saturday Sept 22 1906 Onlj about one hours time will be required for drill and every one is expected to be on time promptly J M DEWEESE Capt 3rd Inft K S Go Comd of Company H FINE SHOWING Made by Equity People in Pooling Pledge f Eightyfive Per Cent ot the To bacco of Green River Dis ControlleddWith less then fifteen days remaining before the date fixed for the closing of the pledging list the American Society of Equity of the Green River district is confident of being able to control enough of the 1906 crop to command such prices as may be fixed at the meeting of I National Tobacco Growers Associa I tion at Clarksville Tenn next- I month The pledge in the district will easily passSO per cent Todate Daviess county has pledged 75 per cent Hancock 93 per cent Ohio 91 per cent and McLean 87 per cent In the remaining fifteen days some of the counties will be made almost unanimousin pooling The l date for closing is October 1 but it is possible that it may be extended to October 15 in some localities where the pledge has not been thoroughly circulated When the pledges are withdrawn all chances of pooling ceases A well known Equity man says We will undoubtedly close our dodrs against growers who refuse to sign the pledge We expect that the trust will buy their tobacco for just I about what our houses advance We do not like the boycotting but the point has been reached where we must assert ourselves Most of the tobacco is cut and housed Estimates from over the district are that there is not as much tobacco this year as last fI1d that it will fall below the quality that would have been produced had every tobacco grower in the district adhered strictly to the Equity regu lation of 10000 hills to the hand As to body and color the crop is about up to the average of that of yearWord comes from the stemming district that over 75 per cent will be pledged there Last year that sec tion was not well organizedand dumped a considerable quantity of tobacco on the market The bur ley growers who were not success ful with their brganition are falling in line with Equity Keystone Chapter No 110 Keystone Chapter Royal Arch Masons at its regular meeting last Saturday night elected the following officers for the ensuing year W N Stevens Most Excellent High Priest Dr E W Ford Most Ex cellent King J C Riley Most Excellent Scribe French Vickers Sec retary H J Weinsheimer Treasur er Principal Sojourner C M Bar nett Captain of the Host John T Moore Royal Arch Captain R R Riley E P Thomas Master of 3rd Veil R Holbrook Master 2nd Veil R B Martin Master 1st Veil Prospects for a large amount of degree work for the Chapter this fall and winter are very flattering and all members were urged to get in the habit of attending Grand Celebration Given by Fordsvllle Grand Army Post The Grand Army Post of Fordsville will celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the organization of the United States and the 25th Anniversary of the Fordsville Post Saturday October 13 1906 The committee invites all old soldiers and their families to come bring their dinners and spend the day with us S F KISSINGER Com W R JoNESAdj Shot With Intent to Kill Tom Coghill and Lon Hall both of what is known as the Hells Neck Neighborhood ten miles east of Hartford became involved in a diffi I culty Tuesday which resulted in shotIgunCoghill received most of the con tents of the gun Onla few shot hit him One or two of these struck him in the face and pierced his up per lip He was not seriously in jured and was able to come to Hart ford and swear out a warrant for Coghill charging him with shooting with intent to kill Coghill has not yet been arrested A SofE Notice The Hartford Magisterial District Union No 1 of the A Sof E will meet at Prentis Wednesday Oct 3 at 9 a m instead of Saturday Sept 29- Done by order of the President OTIS H STEVENS Secy Herald please copy FOR THE BUSY READER More than 5000 lives were lost in Hong Kong by a typhoon and great property damage was done Maj Marmaduke Bowden of thefFirst Kentucky Infantry has re signed on account of ill health M I The Louisville Conference of the- M E Church South will convene at Central City next Wednesday 29th 4 The Annual session of the Meth odist Episcopal Conference for Ken tucky convened at Greenup Wednes day It is reported that the Union Pa cific is planning to buy the B 0 throughline The Interstate Commerce Com mission in an important decision holds that nothing but money can be received by railroads in payment for transportation Hon W B Haldeman has been selected as Committeeman at large on the Democratic State Central Committee to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Judge Les sing Its reported from Washington that John W Yerkes Commissioner of Internal Revenue may be shelved by appointment to a Judgship in the District of Columbia It Senator George W Hickman died Monday at his home in Cal houn after an illness of many weeks He was a member of the State Senate and served as Governor r for a short period last winter Mrs Marion Wallace Vail who was conspicious during the Civil war as a nurse is dead in St Louis She was banished from St Louis by Gen Leighton for releasiong Confed erates during her work in the prisons In the primaries held in New York this week by the Republicans Odell and his faction seems to have lost at the hands of the Parsons faction In the Democratic primaries the Mc Clellan faction was defeated by the Murphy forces r Near Dover Okla a passenger train on the Rock Island plunged in to the Cimarron river and eight passengers are known to have drowned Drift wood during a high rise had swerved the bridge out of line The engine driver and fireman saved their lives by jumping Colonel Joshua Ford for many years a prominent citizenof Owens boro died of old age at his home in Chicago Col Ford was one of the early newspaper men of Owensboro During the Civil war he published Fords Southern Shield and for a year during the war period the pa per was published by a printing of fice in Hartford Col Ford was an uncle of our fellow townsman Mr Dudley Ford Notice to Tax Payers Pay your taxes before interest penalty and isWaddedR B MARTINSOC IJoIIdUI7a- ii IdIUIJ rA 0 WASP WAIST Is Again Pushing its Way In to Favor Fashions Decree Must be Regard ed Despite the Fact That the Women Object London Sept WThe wasp wars is pushing its way into favor agair despite the fact that it is regard by the majority of women vrkl disgust Fashions decree must be obeyed however and many women who ate most emphatic in deploring the necessity of the wasp waist suff er much in their efforts to obtain one for themselves One well known corsclaire says she always advises her customers to avoid tight lacing as it ruins tin figure and shortens the life She contends it is a mistake to imsJim that a man desires a trim and rounded waist which is easily ctrl tivated without discomfort or cramming the body into corsets which resemble mail armour On the other handa West End cos turner says wasp waist need not f be a result of tight lacing and guarantees to give her customer a tvnsji waist withoutdiscomfort Hersecret is that she studies her customers If a woman complains about the size of her waist she does not recommend tight lacing but designs a gown which emphasizes the shoulders and hips and makes the waist in comparison appear a couple of inch es smallerOne who was consulted on the subject declared he had issued warnings without end against tight lacing and he had given it up in despair He could only offer this promise to a girl who was tight ly laced She will suffer from wrinkles arond the eyes purple cheeks caused by imperfect circula tion red hands broken veins in her nose a worried expression and final ly gray hairs from malnutrition Truly an awful warning There is more Catarrh in this see tion of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and iby constantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it in curable Science has proven catar rah to be a constitutional dire and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrah Cure manufactured by FJ Cheney Cu Toledo Ohio is the only constitu tional cure on Ithe market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts di rectly on the blood and mucous sur faces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars and tes timonialsAddress F J CHENEY Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 75 Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Dreaded His Time A certain member of congress one day last winter was deploring the fact that he must that night attend a public dinner when the proha lity was he would have too good a timeMy predicament said the con reminds me of the sad l constitutcntncarlKansas drink The place where he lived j voted no license so in order to oh tain intoxicants it was necessary to take a trolley car to Kansas City seven miles away One night I chanced to meet my i bibulous friend waiting for the Kan i sas City car To my inquiry as to where he was going he replied Up to K C to get a drink Then solemnly he added But great Scott judge how I dread it When two stormstnen come to blows even if they are well match ed it is not a pleasant sight but if the man who gets the worst of it will Ube DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve lie 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 Fishing tights in Norway- It to fashionable said the rich man to spend tho nimnicr in Norway The Norwtian climate is 1L- tis i i superb the scenery is grand and the living TS cheap 1 dollar a day at the hotels and canfox at half a dollar aday One fine thing about Nor way is that in ilK summer the nights only lastacoupk rfhours and if you go as far as the North cape there is no night at aJJ arts the sun circles j round and round the horizon and never sinks below The Norwegian rivers abound in fish and any one is free to angle for trout in them The salmon rivei5 though are I strictly preserved Some of the salmon rivers very fine and rent for j as much as 2000 s year I know a man who has a river only 2 miles long that he pays 1800 for HeI often gets fishuf 60 or 70 pounds The day I called on him last year his wife came in with a 40 pounder- a 22 pounder and a51 pounder that she had caught himself within three hours snilboatwithIThere are always that possibility of of a little too much wind that makes a cautious man afraid to go unpro vided The thmliirg man whoseI stomach sometimes goes him provides for his stomach by I keeping a bottle of Kodol For Dys pepsia within reach Kodol digests what you cat and restores the stomach to the condition to properly per porm its function Sold by Z Wayne Griffm Bnv Difference ManandWoman IEarayan bw J Did you every ear of a man trying to lift a poor unfortunate woman when she falls from the high pedes dais of honor and virtue There is I too much infernal Wood creeping throughout our soakspolluted veins- I when once a poor innocent and un fortunate woman trips and falls from her high and honored position she loads in a hell from which no hurara will stoop to lift her I Husband and brother father outI deafjon the other hand how be it 1 have seen the wile lift the husband i from the gutter and press the drunken cuss to heart and with r tears andsympathy love and anguish trickle down br cheeks in I profusion I have seen the wife follow the husband through life in t a constant whirl of misery and misfortune and when at last at theI I gates of hen they are separated would stand and wring her hands in i nvortaLagony because the curtains had fallen between them and she could go no further I have known a wife to wish for money and give it to her drunken sot and brute she j called husband to buy beefstake and I r he would spend it ior rotgut whis key 1 have known the mother to follow the son through paths of crime and vice shame and degrada- I tion throughout which a man was never known to follow a woman Yet who is to blame 1 Oh woman God bless you Let the angels of heaven be the juiy and God Almigh ty judge for the cough removes the IGood cause of th tough Thats i of Kwintdys Laxative I Honey and Tar tLe original laxa tine cough syrup Contains no I Bro opiates Sold by A Wayne Griffin Thousands Have Sidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To Prod Flit a bottle or cwnmna OILtIvaterandtet k stud ti stoimfint or set tling indicates an condl tfoi of tho kid asps If it your linen It Is of kidney trouble too desire to it or pain In h 6 kt o ac Iaeccwnncm proof that th and blad dte us out of order What W Do there Is comfort fa the knowledge so SwampRot thebuof the urinary pas ss It corrects passlnrItwiener beer and oveTR3mer that unpleasant of being to go often during the day and to Cet op many times dtillf the nlel The mild and the extra effect cf SwampRoot Is coon rctlwd Itstinij lha for Its wonderful cures of the ziort distressing cases j Wyou rulinilriaT yen should hivj tsbest SoU by hiSOc andil dzYou may have a ttuple bottle of this and a book that teU1 more about It both sect j free byrcait unhealthy stains evidence frequent pass kidneys Inability ittssssity cwrptlled ordinary highest crLcgfcte wonderful dlscortry absolutely otempnootCn I tvja reading this pturtca offer In this paper Dont make any E feike out remember tie name SwampFoot OJ Kilmers SvamgtTjoot and the ailrsix Binghamton re 111 every bottle BECKHAM CAUGHT- In His Outrageons Methods or Securing Campaign i Funds fmnknfrtCnll We were shown a letter from a lady employed at one of the asylums which Stated that out of a salary of 20 due for the month of August she was required to pay to the campaign fund of Gov Beckham 5 or onefourth of her salary The letter also stated that this same thing was done to all the female employes she did not know about the men This is a shame and an outrage Capt Kidd and his pirates robbed the James gang never took tribute from a women and especially a poor womenwho worked for wages Robin Hood gave to the women instead of holding them up John A Murrell killed a man for 35 cents but he never robbed a woman That ir left for the machine to do We can understand how a pat riot ic woman or man who holds office by reason of a party in power could reasonably be expected to contribute to the legitimate expenses of that party in elections That is customa ry but in such cases we never knew of a compulsory contribution This is not that kind ofa case Here the holdup for it is nothing else is not for party success of one Democrat ic against another and inside the linesOf course if the women atten dants nurses cooks and washer woo men are compelled to pay onefourth of their salary for Gov Beckhams campaign expensesthe men are also If the asylum employes are forced to contribute so are the prison employ es So the great expenses to the primary election will not be borne by Gov Beckham although he has been paid a salary of more that 39000 up to this time as Governor A Lively Tusslo 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 or gans without pain or discomfort 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist For The Next Hundred Years For franklin Murply New Jerseys exgovernor and one of the leading industrial producers of that busy commonwealth comes a declaration regarding the Tariff question that has the real ring There is no occasion of any Re publican to adopt any apologetic or weakenedattitude in regard to the Tariff The protective Tariff which is the corner tone of the Republican purty has been the salvation of the American Republic It has been the direct cause of the wonderful devel opment and prosperity of this coun try since the Civil War To the tariff has been due the prodigious growth of our manufactur ing transportation and other indus trial enterprise with the accom panied rate of high wages and steady employment for our millions of workingmen enabling them to earn and accumulate more money enjoy more home comforts and secure for themselves and their families hap pier homes than can be done by workingmen in any other country under the sun The youngest baby in New Jersey born yesterday though he may live to be 100 years old will not live long enough to see the Tariff overthrown in this country Why should the New Jersey voters who were not born yesterday range themselves in opposition to the principles which have been their mainstay- A big statement of a big fact and- a big prediction too Protection will not be overthrown in this coun try in a hundred years if Protection ists keep their senses The way to remain Protection is to believe in it as jxGovernor Murphy does The way to lose Protection is to go chasing after sonebodys theories and guess injorderfor American labor to buck against 0SX 0 rAsea toTit Kind Yw Have Always Cnjtr y tZrJIn Memory or John Martin who departed life September 1 100G In the silent grave he is sleeping and over him the little birds sing How sad are tie hearts of the loved ones Many are the tears they shed as they think of him numbered with the dead Look up sad hearts and be theerfu for you will see him again whei done with this world of sorrow May God bless you children and dr every tear for you will some da meet your father in the beautiful home Weep not wife and children fo now his troubles are over but only prepare to meet him when done wit this world of sin when the beautiful rates shall be open and his hand wit beckon you in 1 know you will sad ly miss him but to think you will soon meet him should make you sad hearts rejoice PANSY O ot TO iJ4i maHII heap Btu Bi6eatursLivermore 4r1r1lo News Sold In Nrwn1 My father and I have purchased the remaining half interest in th News from George F Swint and we are complete owners I have enjoyed being in the business with Mr Swint and Miss Maggie very much From this issue on I will be editor andmanager of this paper and the business will be looked after by me I propose to give my undivided attention to the work and my motto for the paper shall be iMlKovu- MENT The Livermore News is alway- going to holdup for and do all in its power to advance Livermores inter eats The paper is going to work for YOUR interests now will you work for ITS interests i Thanking all my friends for their many past favors and invoking a continuance of these I beg to be Yours very truly I ROSCOE I DOWNS 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 ofef fete matter Best for this are De Witts Little Early Risers Pleasant i little pills that do not gripe or sick en Sold by Z Wayne Griffin i Bro iTHE POULTRY HOUSE Winter Quarters of Fowls Should Be Prepared For Occupancy It is not too soon to begin prepara tions for next winter says Farm Journal Too soon to do the work is not to be considered unless there is nothing to do It is surprising how much one will have to do when I winter comes on and he is unprepar edThe poultry house may require overhauling in various ways or ai new one may be built It will be found that a new house will be less- I damp if built soon enough to allow the wood to season before winterj Earth floors that have been saturat- edI with the droppings of the fowls should be removed to the depth of six inches and fresh material used and the roof shoull be carefully examined while made tight on the old houseAnother point is that it is only after one has built n poultry house and used it a year that he knows what he wants No man ever built a poultry house that he could not see something to improve about it and it is this experience that is assisting usto get more eggs in winter Then there are the roosts and nests Those who have spent hours per forming the work of cleaning out the poultry houses will appreciate any labor saving contrivances and the time to adopt them is before the winter begins- It is suggested that the house have plenty of windows so as to secure sunlight and warmth Nothing is so repungnant to fowls as darkness during the day and they will frequently remain in a storm outside rather than keep within the walls of a dark house Begin the fall right and prepare for the win ter early so as to have the hens and pullets laying before the cold weather sets in CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thol 0Slsnt- 1tUCI or f I i01d Tried True- NATIONALI LIFE INSURANCE CO OF VERMONT = r f i and onehalf yours of honit ton IIIllIdc successful inami iinont lins Haute i this one of the most honored and trusted toiu pnniosin America tho lowest combined JVnth and Expense rate of any Company of equal age Unexcelled strength of assets guaran I tees our stability nn Talk it over with ws BARNETT SMITH ci Hartford Republican Office TEN COMMANDMENTS I i On Standing Up for Your Home Town and the Citizens Thereof I 1 Thou shalt not RO away from norsI thy wife nor thy sons nor thy daughters I 2 Thou shalt patronize thine own j mechanics also the printer and they shall patronize thee j 3 Thou shalt patronize thine own merchants that they may not be driven from their homes to find food for their little ones t f Thou shalt pay thy bills promptly that thy credit may be good in the land where thou dwellest and thy neighbor greet thee gladly j 5 Thou shalt not knock props from under thine own town in order to be revenged on thine enemy lest thou perish with him i IG Thou shalt not incline thine ear to the voice of pride nor permit I vanity to overcome thine heart j i earniingswhence they came and give nourish ment to such as come after thee 8 Thou shalt not bear false wit j ness against the town wherein thouj i dwellest but shall speak well of the ears of all men I 9 Thou shalt not covet thy neighbors seed wheat nor his stove l wood nor his yearling nor his meat hog nor his corn that islin his crib I but whatsoever thou dcsirest thou sellIi comI children and thy childrens children generaI I to Od TOXlW I gun th TM Kind Yti Han Alwiri SQ upti sense or smell in bnans I It is considered certain that snails smell by means of their perfuuuindentation in the skin of a snail It is believed however that about a foot and n half in the greatest distance at which thu unimal can smell anything UmbrellasI place it will often indicate that it will ownersITo open it quickly in the street means that somebodys eye is going to be in danger To shut it quickly signifies that a hat or two will probably be knocked offAn umbrella carried over a wo man the man getting nothing but I the dripping of the rain signifies courtship When a man has the umbrella and the woman the drippings it indicates marriage To swing your umbrella over your shoulder signifies I am making a nuisance of myself To put an alpaca umbrella by the side of a silk one signifies Exchange is no robbery To lend an umbrella indicates I am a fool To return an umbrella means well never mind what it means no bady ever does thatSpare Mo 11 ments California Pacific Northwest and Mexico CHEAP COLONIST RATES- in effect daily until Oct 31 1900 VIA SSOUPacific Railway OR Iron Mot in Roul From St Louis or Memphis Through Tourist Sleepers Greatly reduced round trip Home seekers rates to the WEST AND SOUTHWEST First and Third Tuesdays in each month Liberal limits and stopover privileges For rates map folders etc see nearest Ticket agent or address R T G MATTHEWS T P A 301 Norton Bldg- Louisville Ky GET THE BEST RAND IWIU- iiilir YUHI 0 s f K S l WEBSTLR- SINTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY 1Recently Enlarged WITH 25000 New WordsNew Gazetteer of the World 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more than cause an un pleasant constriction of the musics of a grown person and the tales of its attacks on men and women ending in serious consequences of any thing except itself may be put down as imaginaryThe is venomous It belongs to the rattlesnake family is sluggish in its habits seeking by day to avoid notice It will not bite unless greatly alarmed or provoked und the popular theory that it lies in wait to strike human beings from behind is entirely without founda tionRecently a New Jersey man boast fully attempted to charm a copperhead and was stung by it Usu ally its victims are those who unintentionally disturb it while they are handling brush oc stones in the OIls or while clearing swamp land Each of these snakes perform u val uable service to man in destroying small pests sUch as moles and mice The blacksnake cats the garter snake and the copperhead and rattlesnake following their trils by scent avoid ing their poison fangs and crushing them to death It is also a famous tree climber and a notorious robber of birds nests The blacksnake may be tamed The copperhead also eatsI the garter snake which is the of many birds and mammalst The garter snake is among theI most courageous of serpents Notwithstanding its diminutive size it shows small fears of man though incapable of injuring him and its strength and agility make it a frequently victorious opponent of many animals greatly exceeding it in bulk It is most prolific a single female producing from 25 to 76 young at a j time IIIImallare of great value to the farmer in keeping down harmful animals to cambat which on a large scale noj cheaper and effective means has been i found The harm they do is limited to the destruction of birdsbut In the j warfare for existance that continues throughout the life of all anlmalsj the birds are not without fense and defense Were snakes theI only enemies the winged tributes had to fear there would be no need of passing laws for their protection I A study of life in the fields and forests will show that strong the instinctive dislike of manI for his serpent fellow beings for his friends and and allies rather than his enemies j Doctors Are Puzzled The remarkable recovery of Kent neth Mclver of Vanceboro Me IsII flfTd subject of much interest to medical fraternity and a wide circle It of friends He says of his case j Owing to severe inflammation of j 111Lungsto die when as a last resort I was Di8lscoverysaved my life Cures Coughs and Colds Bronchitis Tonslt litis Weak Lungs Hoarseness a La Grippe GuaranteedatZ Wayne Griffin Bros drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Advertising Advice Free See how many good hard solidt and convincing facts you can get together and then build your advertisement around them impossible r to build well without plentyd Sit down and think how many reasons it would take to convinces you personally into buying the goods t Then add fewryou are advertising a more reasons for make weight and put them all into your advertising s copy M o A SIanIA 0 HUM tItsKind You Nan AI wars Boughn BJguure P01 How Much Reform ja If the Democratic party makes t a FACTS IN NATURE Wot Only Do We Oat Inspiration From Nature Dut U alth no Well For eosin who are rundown mud urnOIM who sunur from Inclination or ilys torpidlivertin morning und poor appetite It hoe coinos IWII lIr to turn to xnmn tunic or ftrnnitlliiiiir which will assist Xuturu 811111ll111 them to get on their foot and Into 1JIllrollrr condition It thattiatiiroxBKiiitH arn to be found In forest plants and ron Nearly forty years ago ur RV nriiwnow lOn physician to tho Invalids1 IlutfainNextracting and combining certain medid nal from roots taken produenelllclent In curing cases of blood disorder and liver and utoniach tronblo as well us many other chronic or lingering all ofNaturesical Discovery It purities tho blood by stomach and liver Into healthy condition thereby helping tho digestion and assimilation of food feints tho blood Thereby It cures weak blllottsnessIf you have coated tonne with bitter frtlillcllthludRchrsor pant In side baek gives out easily and aches botching of as conciliation or feel sashes heat al klndrrd ment of tomacn ller and which the Odlden Medical Discovery will correct morn speedily and perma nently than any known BRon Aln drugsAlllluli on wrapper rue solo motive for substitution Is to permit the dealer to make II little moro pant Ilogalnsyouloso Accept nosub Ultnto for Gulden Mwllcul Il covcry- CointlptUlon causes and aggravates many serious diseases It Is thoroughly Dr Ilerces 111 llIt Oiiu a laxative two or tbree are cathartic TarilF reform its issue in the next two years on how much reform will it insist Will it style Protection robbery as it has repeatedly done in national platforms and demanded practical FreeTrade or will it ask for reform that willnot destroy the Protective feature of the Tariff If the former Democrats in different parts of the country while in- dorsing in general the partys policy will be anxious to have the particular industries of their section Pro tected and the result will be in the event of Democratic success a patchwork Tariff measure that isI wither one thing nor the other and will satisfy nobody If moderate Protection is advocated the Free Traders the students of maxims rather than of markets will say that the party has not gone far enough and that its attitude is hardly more to their liking than that the Pepublican party The Repub deans are consistent in their posi lion They believe in Protection under the present Tariff as conclu evidence of the wisdom of their policyKingston N Y Freeman In these days of rush and hurry courtesy Is often forgotten In the mad pell mell rush of our life little things are done to offend that we rather remained undone A hastily eaten meal and its resultant headache may causeus social or financial- oss 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 hape Sold by Z Wayne Griffin 3ro How to Kin Sassafras- An Ohio correspondent of National Stockman writes I had a field overed with sassafras sprouts I ried to kill them by farming corn mt they got thicker I tried wheat nd they smothered the wheat I owed the ground in timothy and hat did not do any good They grew so thick that a person could not walk through them I left them winter when the ground was rozen hard Then I took a grnb ling hoe and cut them off at the round and in the spring turned my in on them and they ate off few started and that settled hem and today you can hardly find sprout in the field The Renewal a Strain Vacation is over Again the chool bell rings at morning and at noon again with tens of thousands he hardest kind of work has begun he renewal of which is a mental and ihyslcal strain to all except the mostI ugged The little girl that a fewI ays ago had roses in her cheeks and he little boy whose lips were then o red you would have insisted thatIhey had been kissed by ies have already lost something f the appearance of health Now a time when many children should e given a tonic which may avert much serious trouble and we know f no other so highly to be recom as Hoods Sarsaparilla which strengthens the nerves per acts digestion and assimilation and mental development by building- p the whole system TO COERCE VOTERS Must Vote for Congressional i Nominee Before Partlclnat j Ing In Primary Before Democat is permitted to vote in the Democratic primary November Che will first be required to vote for the Democratic nominee for Congress When he appears in the voting place to cast his vote in willIpropound to him the question Have yov voted for the Demo cratic nomiee for congresss today Woe be unto the voter if he ans were in the negative for he will be denied a voice in the primary until he casts his ballot for the candidate forlCongresson the Democatic ticket This is the rule adopted by the subcommittee of the Democratic State Executive Committee which has in charge the arrangements for the primary The call provides that any Demo crat seeking to become a candidate before the primary shall notify the committee of his intention in writing not later than September 20 It is also provided that each candidate must deposit the assessment required by the committee not later October 1 otherwise his name shall not be placed on the ballot The Raising of a Gigantic Tele phone Post JAmcrlrnn Telephone JonrunlJ For fifteen years the Pacific States Telephone Company has supported its wires across the Chehails River in Washington on 90 foot poles on each bank One structure is on a bluff which raises 125 feet above the water about a mile east of Aber deen Last fall the necessity for supporting the wires at a sufficient height to enable the largest ocean ships which freely go up and down the river to pass beneath without striking their masts led to the erec tion of a remarkably tall pole This surpasses in height the former stick by thirtysix feet making the total height 126 feet The new pole is 18 inches in diameter at the butt and 8 inches at the top It was made from a fir tree which was cut on the bankof the river twelve miles east of where the pole now stands and it was towed down in the water by a tugboat and mounted opposite where it is now placed As its weight is about 6000 pounds after it had been brought to the proper point on theshore by the tugboat its subsequent handling was no slight affair It was taken from the water and raised with a ten horsepower hoisting engine six men being required to handle it Fqr making attachments to the pole and moving a fiveeight inch steel cable was employed to run through ten inch steel blocks The pole was set twelve feet in the groundand guyed with four onesixteenth inch steel stranded wires at the top and also guyed about forty feet from the top with four fivesixteenth inch stranded wires The guys are fastened to dead men set in the ground to a depth of eight feet These dead men are of cedar 8x8 inches Jin sec tion and 7 feet long The steps on the new pole are ixlO inch galvan ized steps of the usual type Ample support for the wires is furnished by cross arms of the ordinary style If a Cow gave Butter mankind would have to invent milk Milk Is Na tures emulsionbutter put in shape for diges tion Cod liver oil is ex tremely nourishing but it has to be emulsified before we can digest it Scotts Emulsion combines the best oil with the valuable hypo phosphites so that it is easy to digest and does far more good than the I oil alone could That i makes Scotts Emulsion I the most strengthening nourishing food medi cine in the world Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists IOO4I5 Pearl Street Now York SOo and 100 All druggists t c I 44 inch in section and 10 feet long These uiv fastened with one five eighth inch machine bolt through i the center of the pole one five eighth inch bolt through the double arms tight inches from the pole on I either side and one fiveeighth inch double arm bolt on each end of the double arms The span between the poles on the opposite sides of the river is 100 feet IAScientific Wonder j The cures that stand to its credit make Uucklens Arnica Salveasctenj tific wonder It cured E R Mul I ford lecturer for the Patrons of I Husbandry Waynesboro Pa of a j distressing case of Piles It heals the worst Burns Sores Boils Ulcers Cuts Wounds Chilblains and Salt Rheum Only 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store SignalIusually many means communicating with jts fellows The wellmarked livery of the species serves it as his uni form does a soldierit lets friend I and foe alike know who he is Next in importance is the white j flag with which most deer do their wigwag signaling This is the tail and its surrounding disc The sud i den elevation of this white tail when i danger is sented cnveys at once a silent alarm to the next of its kind j j Another signal that I have not seen noted by any one else is thus discribed by E A Preble during his trip to the Barrens in 1900 Though the observation applies to the Barr williiSoon after leaving our camp on the morning of August 13 we saw some Barren ground caribou A iI young buck on a point of land was approaching as closely as the depth j of the water would permitabout f 200 yards He showed little fear trotting along the shore abreast of i our boat for about a quarter of a mile He would frequently stopJ and wade some distance towards the 1 boat at short intervals spreading L and contracting the white patch on his throat literally into an oval disc j 1flashestired of following us and drifted be j jrWhatApparently signaling to what might be others of his own kind out on the I waterThe caribous grunt or barkas Professor D G Elliott calls it I have never heard in a state of nature but it is said to be much likeI tbat of a reindeer and my notes on this are very full On July 4 1900 got into a herd of about 1000 halfwild reindeer Their only vocal sound is a grunt this is uttered singly or else doubled that is two are given in rapid suc cession It is sometimes the call ofta cow to her calf and sometimes r uttered by one that is loft behind evidently a note of alarm or inquiry to find out if his friends are close at J hand Torture By Savages Speaking of the torture to which some of the savage tribes in the Philippines subject their captives reminds me of the intense I endured for three months sulTeringI F flammation ef the W M Sherman of Cushing Me Nothing helped me until I tried I Electric Bitters three bottles of which completely cured me Cures Liver Complaint Dyspepsia Blood disorders and Malaria and restores the weakand nervous to robust health Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist Price 50c The Offensive Billboard- On complaint of the city Improvement Society of Lincoln Neb com i posed of wealthy society and church women the police pasted strips of I white paper four feet long over the legs and bust of a feminine figures 0 used by a patent medicine company on three sheets of advertisements on 200 billboards in the city f The picture is a large buxom wo man garbed in the thinnest of gauze j reclining upon the segment of a circle j After the police had finished their i work all shouldersiand bare IJWhen 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 which stops the cough and moves the bowels Sold by Z Wayne Gfifiin Bro e I 1tTmlV LiWltJ XrOt fJWw liYuJIrrt 11 I6 orInfants and Children The n You Have ghtAlegciabiePrepamtoaforAs If similalingf 1ldandfeulaI- ulgmeSt01 l alldl d Bears tom fvi1 signaturePromotestonChecrlul ness and Restotlim nelUaer Opium rorphir aorlWua1 O Astoe atUDSIItIlZ1Jf1f1Il In lorronsapaUseAecl Re non SourStooolz VormsCoJMJ1simsfcwrishF verla- cSft1e aokue of- N 1wYearsCASTORIAlsACr eoeYasvr JSVrrz reaanoorar NW teat am J z OUR CLUBBING RATES HE REiUUMCAN and Louisville Herald125H- E REI UBLICAM and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUULSCAJT and CourierJournal 150 eHE REFunbicxtf and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 an REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 HE REiUBLtcAK and Lippenootts and Cosmoplitan 325 HK REPUBWcAwaudTwioeaWcekOwenaboroInquirer 175 rUE REiUBLtcxu and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370- rHE RKiUuuour and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 HE REFUUMCUT and NationalCogazine 150 Address alt orders to THE REPUBLICAN I m RANDAlL P COLLINS t WAYNE GRIFFIN When in Louisville STOP A- Tsennirngs i EUROPEAN HOTEL D Rome for Otto Couty People Elegant Clean Rooms and Polite Attention S W Corner Second and Jefferson Streets COLLINS GRIFFIN Props 11 1 I a 11g J 2BUYS L CHOLARSHIPoaththo100andttadtab sokratadleeeonLam- aceount of tho oponloc of our KcaMTiUa O4loge are mid No sali edsasT li- aaDRAUDNOS mindfftJllqpS EVANSVLE 2S5SS 27 Colleges in IS EtUnc S380 S 9 PITAL hiflorni br Inadocat mea rSac Mahe to California IT jtnf aaeea w m teach BY MAIL Wrtefarepree- aPOSlT1ONS3LCUUEDJ MONEY KntWOEDI eau or ands Cetaiae PATENTS uid TRADEMARKS Rrea1 oxrJatl in PAnlllT1lTHATupcow cod Ip 7 Bead model photo or Urfifc for FREE itjwrt BURPASINGBook oa rroltubla raIHu lilt a- t30 tWASHINGTON If BIG FOUR New York Central Lines i A The Best Line toIlfiditiiapolis- It PoonaS Toledop r Buffalo New York Boston And all other points East 1 Information cheerullyfurI t ITicket259 Foupl avenue or write to S J I Genl Agent GATESI Louisville Ky I H J General RHEINI ICincinnati 0 d Kedot Bysptpsla Cuts 9if sts what you eat x I Hartford Republican t Iaued by the Hnrtfofl rnblUMnnCompnnjIIN- COHHIHAYKII OMH41LNFTTjHit r xE zrssox sa- C =brlan d 34 Rough n1rr12FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21 a REPUBLICAN TICKET OIlnSIIIII M L HEAVRIN Of Ohio I nnnt- yANNOUNCEMENTS Wurannthiirliril toenminnoiH A ASHKI SON ot Went llnrtfi M Inslnct n cniulliln for ntprcwntntlve In the lirncral Anwinbly Irnm thUtlwSrtthilUtrlctmitijMt tollm action nl the llriinbllcnn party- 11enrennthorlrrd tn minium riAKBSl DEWBBSBiifMirevernMliict 11 nmllilnte lor llfprcwntntlvf the drncrnl ANNetnbly Irom thin the KitlnllntrMMiliJwt to tin mtlon 01 the IlflUlillcun pnrtr- wrnrrnulhndrrlUnnuonmr W W IAHl o IlnrtlettV Irwlnrt n ranilltliitifnr llrinw tatlvcln IhUrnr1 AMrinbly train thin thtlh district nlieot to the nrtlnn of the llrpuMIci partyExamine the label on your paper If t It Is not correct notify us MR HEARST refuses to stay in the side show class WE are sorry for the State Fair Board Next time they will know r better MASSACHUSETTS would be delight ed to have free raw materials and protected manufactures IF Lexington people read the Louisville papers they will be ashamed of their little old Blue- Grass Fair IT is a great display of modesty for Captain Richmond P Hobson to admit that Mr Bryan is the greatest man in the United States OhioA man in was run over by a locomotive while watching an airship However it is safer to watch an airship than to ride in it Gov BECKHAM and Senator Me Creary know what they think oC each other but they dont dare tell the people of Kentucky from the same platform LET us all rejoice and be exceeding glad that no part of our fair State will be devastated as a result of a personal clash between Senator McCreary and Governor Beckham SPEAKER CANNON exactly states 1thedifference between a protectiv tariff and a tariff for revenue only in this terse epigram The job hunting the man against the man hunting the job TilE Court of Appeals will be asked to consolidate the various suit brought to test the redistricting act and to advance the case so that l1 decision may be reached at an earl day This will be better for all cot cernedWnnE the Democratic press i trying to minimize Mr Bryan declaration on the railroad owner ship question Mr Bryan himself h going right ahead expressing hi views and becoming more radic every day To THE strangers who are with u this week we extend a hearty welcome If there is anything not in sigl you desire ask for it and it will 01 forthcoming Like all others wh have preceeded you we know yo will go away in love with old Hartford o IN the death of Senator Hickmat our neighboring county loses one oj her most gifted sons While Senate Hickman was an uncompromisin Democrat he always treated thor who differed with him with th greatest courtesy and accorde them every respact in their views REPORT comes fromFrankfort a another scandal This time it is h the penitentiary It is said an inmate who happens to possess money has been permitted to do a loa business among his fellow prisoner t charging exorbitant rates Is i possible that one cannot escape th money sharlm even by going to th penitentiary TilE only remedy for any ill whic the thick and thin Democrat newspaper has to offer is to smug t some part of our protective tarii system It is offered for every dis I ease to which Uncle Sum is subject r jt regardless of the fact tint he trilll it only a few years ago with the reo suit that he was bed fast for sever years and came near being a crippI e for life SECRETARY SHAW will speak at Leitchfield and Elizabethtown in the interest of Mr Heavnns candidacy for Congress Mr Shaw is one of the most forceful speakers in the United States and draws large crowds wherever he goes He makes use of a knock down argi ment which is convincing and y et his whole manner of kindness and fairness to his opponents compels them to keep their temper and respect him In a speech at Nashville recently the Secretary in referring to the shifting habits of Democrat said they made tariff the issue in 1892 which they deserted for free silver in 1896 and dropped free silver for AntiImperialism in WOO After an impressive pause he said will some one please tell what tissue was in 1901 No TOWN in Kentucky presents so many attractions to the home seeker who would live a life surrounded by religious influences and educational advantages as Hartford It has always had these advantages It- is now to have in addition a commercial standing it has not heretofore known With river and railroad facilities for transportation nothing can keep Hartford with its rich agricultural lands surrounding and untold wealth in coala combination rarely seen from becoming one of the most important towns west of Louisville in the State Did we say nothing could prevent it We wish to modify that statement A few knockers a few citizens who have acquired the habit throug years of practice of bucking against the breeching can dwarf and stunt a town no matter what its natural advantages That ever citizen may see our opportunities is our earnest desire That which is best for the town is best for us all Let us reason together and what- everI we undertake pull togethei MACHINE ROTTENNESS RE SPONSIBLE Almost every week there crops out something to emphasize the rottenness of the present State admit istration A fruitful source seen to be the Asylums where our unfortunate friends and relatives arc supposed to be treated and dealt I with in all gentleness Just now the news comes from Lexington that 3 patient in the Eastern Asylum hru been killed by a brutal attendan This is the Asylum which is preside over by Dr Redwine a brother oj the Judge Redwine notorious fOI his Music Hall Convention ruling No doubt the attendant was appointed to his job because of his ability t knock downand drag out his politic opponents in Conventions rathi than for an amiable disposition ant gentleness of spirit such as onl should poSsess who must care fOI those unfortunate people Only a short time ago somethin similar happened at Lakeland whic after a show of an investigation was promptly hushed to the best in- terestsI of the machine and no onl was ever punished nor so far as W4 ever heard even lost his job The people of Kentucky war I i these Institutions removed fro politics and they are going to haI it done sooner or later In all of his messages to the Lei islature Governor Bradley strong urged that this be done Last win ter the Republican members of U Legislature under the leadership 0 I lour own Senator Bennett struggle to get the majority to take high position upon this question and place these poor people ward r of the State in position to be pro r erly cared for They asked fo bread and were given a stone 111 stead of creating a nonpartiss board it was made up of henchme 1 of the machine headed by the not nous and discredited Percy Hale In addition and as though th C was not enough to stagger the got 1 people of the State they took awa from the Sheriffs and friends of tl insane the right to convey them t 1 the various Asylums and put this duty in the hands of henchmen wr t have to be sent for at Frankfort J E some sea shore resort to do this de icate task while the poor lunat must either go to jail and be car fined among criminals or be guar 1 ed at the exjene of relatives c friendsIf 1 voters of this State stan r for a crowd who will fasten upo them such conditions we will cot I elude that by a sudden influx in in migration the teal Kentuckia have been outnumbered To Test for Coal The Hartford Coal and Oil Cont i pany has engaged the Black Diamoi Coal and Mining Co of Drakesbori Ky to make some tests on lan s j just north of town This compai is equipped with the most improvt coal drills and uptodate machinery for this kind of work It is conti dently expected that several strata I of fine coal will be located on this land Work will probably begin next week I Bryan as an Artful Dodger ilolmUotnnorut l What has become of Mr Bryans boasted courage and sincerity It evoporated when he got into the I enemys country His first speech Jin the south that at Louisville straddled government railway ow ership This was his paramount is- suej in his Madison Square garden speech He advocated it in mat addresses afterward In New England in New Jersey in Illinois in Missouri and in other states he urg ed the purchase and operation of the railways the federal government tJ take the trunk lines and the stat to buy the local roads I have reached the conclusion he an gardenirelief on the railway question from I discrimination between individuals and between placesand from exto tionate rates until the railways are property of the government a1111 i operated by the government in the interest of the people This wm the message he carried for his fel lowAmericans after his tour round the world In that first and bigge speech which he has made since his gaveIership and operation by the govern mentBut in the first speech which he has made on his swing round the circle in the south he dodges the ownership issue If you ask me he said in his Louisville addres whether government ownershi will be an issue in the campaign 01 1908 I answer I do not know II you ask me whether it ought to bt in the platform I reply I can not tell until I know what the Democratic voters think upon the sub j ject This sort of deferenae to tht views of other Democrats on ma ters of paramount concern is some thing new to Bryan When Davie B Hill and others of the conserv I tive section of the Democracy wenl to Bryan at his home in Nebraska II at the opening of the Kansas CitJ t convention in 1900 and asked him tI let them frame a money plank fOI the platform which would omit al mention of silver and of the burn ing issue of 1896 he told them tha- I he had already written the mom r plank for Kansas City and that un I less they accepted that plank the j could not have him They accept r the plank with its reaffirmation i 16 to 1 or bust Bryan has oft boasted of his part in framing thi 1 Kansas City deliverance Were the southern protests again Bryans paramount for 1903 to much for his courage and honesty It looks that way He dodged th issue in the first talk he made to hit southern supporters In previoi 1 speeches Bryan had ridiculed the ale tempt to swerve him from his adv cacy of the ownership and operatic of the railroads But in Louisvill Y when brought face to face with th j south for the first time since his at I rival in the country he threw u his hands d a I Gov Beckhams Policeman Oweniboro MentngtrJ- S The information in the followit I dispatch will be a mortification tr every Kentuckian who has a prid I in the dignity of his Staten j Frankfort Ky Sept 15f11- n Franklin county grand jury this a ternoon returned an indictmei r charging Wingate Thompson wit selling liquor without licens d Thompson is a capitol square polic Y man and operates a boarding hou for workmen at the new capitol sit o on the South siJe The charge WI brought against Thompson by a 14 U cal paper Ir The charge that this policemi I was running a blind tiger on d c new cppitol grounds was made l I tir Fnmkfort aptr fully six wee 11i II- 1 Tre capital square pnlicenvm is r appuiriteiot the governor and 1 subject to ivrnoval by him Tl n governor of curse cannot be II ignorance of this disgraceful pie of conduct by this officer of his UI Pale Thin- Nervous Then your blood must be In a very bad condition You certainly know what to take then take itAyers Sarsa parilla If you doubt then consult your doctor We know what he will say about this grand old family medicine Thll II the ant rent dotter woald Mki Are your LNerll regular Ile kunwa that dally action of th Imwtln li Miuilutrly e dojonrtbo fiur tltaking liver laxative acute doe Ayert 11- 11iAKadI br10 Ayr Co Lowell Kaia Alto manufkatureri of HM IGOR AfiUE CURE sI CHERRY PECTORALI We hay no leereti I We publlih the formula of all our nedlclnet pointment It is possible he may have known nothing of it until sixi weeks ago when the scandal was first published but it is not possible that he has not been familiar with it i since that time But he has made no step so far as where advised un til this good hour to remove this man or even to rebuke him for his violation of the law though a sworn officer of the commonwealth Win gate Thompson is a pet and protege j of the governor He is said to be aI handy man about the executive office and the mansion But here we have a governor sud denly waking up after six years to the violation of the Sunday law in Louisvillethough doing nothing to enforce it in other citiesand trying I to raise the temperance issue with his distinguished opponent in the race for United States senator who allows a peace officer of his own ap pointment to flagrantly violate the liquor laws weekdays and Sundays in the very best part of the city of his own residence Meanwhile his henchmen are going about trying to get Baptist associations Methodist I conferences and other religious bodies to endorse his stand for temperance n Not the Familiar Reason The Turkish government wishes to raise more revenue and proposes a threemilliondollar addition to itsI Tariff The Turkish government is I not exactly free and independent I England seems to have a right to interpose in this question and apparently proposes to exercise this ll right saying This increase is bound to handicap British trade We think we have seen a like statement r by the British correspondent I of our FreeTrade papers This is very different to the attitude as- sumedt by Great Britain and its ad vocates in this country for Ameri can consumption Here we are told that we have to pay the duty We j have to pay the duty not only on C what we buy from her but also on 11 I what we make and Protection injures t only ourselves- OfI course different goods are t manufactured for and exported to- O I different markets This is a legiti mate commercial procedure and e I not tainted by sordid greed if done s in the interest of Reform But we- s would ask our FreeTrade contemporaries t if they will claim in this in stance that through the action of n the iniquitous Dingley law England is forced us Brummagem ware or if e on account of our increased pro duction under the working of that p law they are compelled to send us a better class of mental merchandise than goes to the Turkish market TAYLOR MINES g Sept 19Mr John Baker and 0 family of Graham Mines were the Ie guests of relatives here last week Mr 0 B Jones was in Rochester Ie Sunday C Mr and Mrs B F Hudson visited It friends in Beaver Dam Sunday h Mr Maculay Houston went to Louisville Monday e Misses Minnie and Annie Kinkade Ie Gertie Austin Eunia Maitland and e Earnystine Jones Messrs Orville 18 McKenney and Myrtel Hudson spent D Saturday and Sunday in Horton Miss Blanche Edmonson ofProvi In dence visited friends here Monday Ie and Tuesday y Messrs Thomas and Nicholas Bar- S rass were in Beaver Dam yesterday I Thomas Williams who has been very ill with typhoid fever is imI IS provir K- MI r George Cope died at his home here last Sunday and was buried n1 Monday at the Select burying p ground t 6 E P Barnes bro p t READY READY READY With the biggest best null broadest stock oft Fall Goods wo over hall Our buyers are ullvback from their buying tour and every depart ment of our big establishment received its share 7 of all that is newest and best Every NEW II GOOD thing that game Fashion has inaugur s atsd is represented in this most wonderful collection of fall anti winter wearable It was tho work of weeks to gather this beautiful array of Fall Merchandise It is now on sale ready v fur your inspection Remember your dollar at asPfarticle marked in plain figures and ONE PRICE p to every customer Wo invite you to conic and f see for yourself We honestly believe you are losing money by not supplying your needs flOmM i our stocks 4 t Plaids Plaids DRESS GOODS AND READY MADE t SKIRTS if In Silks Mohairs Suiting in fiLet in every fabric of the season there is shown tire now Plaids No new thing has boon left out of our 1 selections fur fall You can como here and get i just what real style it in materials or ready l4 made Skirts tNew Millinery SMART PRETTY HATS FOR FALL WEAR JJ There is a decidedly neat appearance about Ethe Hats you will find in our Millinery Depart 1- ii Our showings will give you the exact idea of the prevailing styli s MUs ferrie King expects to have the pleasure of showing you the nicest creations in New Hut for run wearV t Beaver 1 i W m W WKing JEVELER AND OPTICIAN I HARTFORD KY All kinds of Repair work done with neatness and dis patchBring your Clocks Watch es Eyeglasses or Jewelry to meElegant Shirt Waist Sets Belt Buckles Collar nut tons Rings Hut Pins Watches Chains Necklaces Silver Knives Forks Spoons Sugar Shells Cream Ladles Salad Forks Gravy Ladles Berry Spoons Butter Knives and Soup Spoonsespecially suited for Wedding Presentsand- in shorteverything usually kept in a firstclass Jewelry Store All at the very lowest prices I 4 Place of 13118irus8 206 Main Street In the Hartford House WI n uUU M AyIVMiiMIMMiI Myl I TELEPHONE GROWTH I the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company has issued a statement of its business for the month of August land the increase in the number of subscribers is shown as follows plINNet increase 838 J i 4 Total umber in use September 1tlOG157 9 I 0 I u e 4l J4L4F J 1 G C t pJ tl GdsGGb G O i Novslties At Fakirs butjustj want to inako wily this puzzling uestion by inviting j you to our store whoro you oan obtain tho very now est tho market alfords If our prices and styles aro not satisfactory dont buy Wo will certainly thank you for tho privilogo of showing you Fairs New Belts A now lilt is an essential t to ovory woll dressed t lady The styles are nu morons but tho really new Belts aro tho Plaids Wo have them Lovely qual- itiest for only 25c tofsayours tho prettiest Fairs Fall Millinery 3 For us to ailinn that our Millinery is the 1 tthorolatest employ experienced trimmers Wo try to bo courteous to our trade Wo soil low wo can By adhering tho above wo find that our lady 3 friends appreciate it as our continuous rush our inviFti Fairs Dress Goods Our lines of hall Dress Goods aro tho prettiest ov or shown Both Plaids J and plain effects are styl ish Our saleslady in this department will cheerfully regardingWo carry in stock a complete lino of McCnll Put 1 terns at lOcajul 15c none higher Visit us You will j bo pleased with our goods and prices I HatsShoes M H t t I I I H H t t H H II H H I Hartford Republican I FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21 Illinois Railroad = Tlmo TabloINorth Hound Nitlilli Unnnd Nn1Ard1164Onln No171du11alblu- No llnUIO1III No 101 due i1 pluj No 1O2dne4t p m SnlM du4Spm- New Line Ladies PuresatFairs If you need clothing see Carson t Long Silk and Kid Gloves are at FairsICold drinks of all kinds City Restaurant Fresh Fish and at City i Restaurant Come to Co for your School Shoes I Best line of Boys Clothing is found at Fairs I MrTC Park Clear Run was a pleasant caller Tuesday Beautiful is the common expres sion about Fairs Millinery I Oh my I what fine Cream and Sherbet at City RestaurantI We have all the new creations in Dress Goods at Carson Cos t The mostcomplete line of Dress Goods Hartford s at Fairs j Mrs J T Reynolds Greenville in the guest of Mrs Dr A S Yewell atl Get your Meals and City Restaurant Best in Hartford Miss Manic Edwards of Elkton Ky is the guest of Miss Fannie Coxj t We are selling a very heavy Fac tory Cotton at 5Jc Carson Cos Fairs New SilksE What is tho in t wants a Plaid Silk Vaist Folks are in town Wo want to show them to you latest Wo as as to rules since Carson Fairs Cloaks andE Furs Just a trifle early to talk Cloaks but a might time to look aroundand acquaint yourself with tho styles Wo want to show you whether wo sell you or not Wo are sure our styles and prices will in terest you Our Chil Irons Cloaks are decid ly tho nicest wo have ov or shown So bear in mind when shopping come to Fairs for Cloaks I I VV1t H Central at Oysters in Lunches at direct t Why not buy your fall Suit at Car son Cos My My aint the City Restaurant swell since its new addition Scholarship in Massey Business College for sale at this office Cheese Sausage Boiled Ham and Crackers at City Restaurant Fresh Oysters Fish and everything good to eat at City Restaurant Miss Edwina Rowe Owensboro is the guest of relatives in Hartford Dont fail to see the new Plaid Silks at Fairsthe rage for Waists Ice Cream Sherbet and Cake at City Restaurant So good So cold Dont buy Millinery until look Ilt Fairs Styles late prIces right Mr and Mrs John Blair of Bu ford were pleasant callers Wednes lay See Fairs 36inch Black Taffeta Silk at 100 The regular 125 value Buy the Priesmeyer Shoes at Fairs Every pair will give you satisfaction Circuit Clerk E G Barrass returned Monday from a brief visit to Louisville Mr R T Collins returned from I Louisville Tuesday after an absence jf several days Get your FertilizerField Seeds and Farm Implements from D L Sandefur Beaver Dam Ky 7St Judge W B Taylor and family pent last Saturday and Sunday at heir old home near Rochester City Restaurant with its increased facilities will be better able than over before to cater to the wants A its many many friends re Dr J S Bean Olaton b th guest of hs parents here Mr W W Hurt Louisville is the guest of friends in Hartford goesIoft Special prices during the Fair a- Long Cos Economy Store Ask to see our Ladies Skirts LoNG Cos ECONOMY STORK IEsq W R Edge Reynolds was a very pleasant caller yesterday I Mr Larkin WilliamsBeaver Dam was a pleasant caller Wednesday IMrs C P Austin Beaver Dam is the guest of Mrs Z Wayne Griffin l Coca Cola Soda Pop Lemmonade i Ginger Ale ice cold at City Restaurant For forte Millinery at rock bottom i prices visit Long Cos Economy Store IMrs It M Thornsberry Owens visiting ralatives in and near Hartford IYou will want the latest in Belts for the Fair They are foundat Fairs our Millinery department IVisit the fair LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE our weekly adon Peters IRead Brand Shoes Cos ECONOMY STOTK Miss Stella Wcurner returned j Wednesday from a few days visit to relatives in Louisville Miss Kathryne Evans of Georgetown is visiting her cousin Mrs Wallace H Riley city At a meeting of City Council held Monday evening Hon C M Crowe assessorI fail to LoNG Cos ECONOMY STORE j Miss Margaret Marks returned Sunday from an extended visit to her aunt at Pewee Valley Ky See our Wraps and Furs if you dont want them now you will later LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE ISee our fine Dress Goods and Silks in the new weaves and shades LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE i The prettiest cheapest and most stylish Hats for Ladies and Children are at Long Cos Economy Store Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laundry 4fitf Esq J A Park who has been ab sent in the revenue service for the past several weeks is the guest of his family After making points in Green river since January 1 Schroater Studio returned to Hartford last Tuesday Mrs M T Westmoreland and two infant daughters of Owens boro are the guests of Mrs J R Forrester Senator A S Bennett Louisville was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs W G Bennett from last Friday until Monday IMr Sam P Render of Normah arrived last Sunday to join his wife who has been visiting here for the past few weeks WANTEDOne good man to sell fruit trees in Ohio county Address W S Ashby Sons Highland Nur sery Cloverport Ky Cash advanc ed weekly 6t4 Mr Clarence Fields of New Orleans La arrived in Hartford Sun day and will be the guest of his par ents Mr and Mrs Henry Fields for several days Ladies let us fix you up in the Hat Line if you dont want a new one just now bring your old one in and you will think it is bran new when our Milliner gets through with it LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE Mr G B Williams proprietor of the City Restaurant has just com pleted an addition to his building which enables him to greatly im prove his service to patrons The addition includes a ladies dinning room and new kitchen Dr A B Bairdof Oklahoma City is visiting in Hartford this week Dr Baird was for years one of the leading physicians of Ohio county having gone west about twelve years ago He has been very successful in his new home and has amassed fortune I We In paying IBc per dozen for Eggs CARSOX Co For ellOi hipmthe Bowling j Green Juninosa College apply at this office I Our Plaids Grays and Check in j Woolen Dress goods are beauties at j Carson Cos See our yardwido Silk for a new Dress at sc and 100 per yard at Carson Cos IVe hiive Clothing for small man fat man slim man and medium man at Carson Cos Dont pay 1500 for a Suit but come and see Fairs Suits at 1000 They art what you want theIIon IICAN youngIRepublican Office Hartford Ky If you want the newest thing un der the sun buy a new Hat from Miss Lida Morton at Carson Cos ICity Restaurant has always treat willII attending the Annual Methodist Conference at Greenup Ky this weekJudge R R Wedding went to Louisville Monday to meet his two sons Messrs Charles and Gregory of Indianapols Ind i Go to Moore Crabtree for freshI Family Groceries They handle the I best that can be bought and sell as j cheap as the cheapestI withinIfor cash Call on or address J P I MILLER Hartford Ky 38tf Cancer removed without the- Iknifealso indolent ulcers Nocure to Dr G B DockI ery Bradfordsville Ky 9t2I Remember that Miss Morton the milliner spent four weeks in the market gathering ideas for the fall trade in Millinery CARSON CoI Take your Chickens Butter and Eggs to Moore Crabtree Hartford They will pay you the high est market price in meats or gro j cerieLMrs Co B F Saunders and daugh ter Lorena returned Monday from Uniontown Ky where they had been the guests of Mrs Saunders parents will buy your Chickens Ducks IWe Lambs Etc and pay high price Live stock received on Monday before 9 oclock HARTFORD COMMISSION Co Mr R L Tweddell returned from i Louisville Sunday where he had been in attendance at a call meeting of the Grand Lodge AO U W as- a representative of the localorder of same Mr S A Anderson who has been in Louisville for the past few weeks I attending to his duties as one of theI State Managers for the Mutual Pa cific Life Insurance Co is the guestI of his family here- WANTEDGentlemen or lady with good references to travel by railorwith a rigfora firm of 250 i 00000 capital Salary 107200 per year and expenses salary paid weekly I and expenses advanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Hartford Ky 10mG I LOST A ladies gold watch between Z Wayne Griffins drug store Saturjlate Samuel Cox on inside of case and fob and F B C on watch ICIIon will please return to Miss be liberally rewarded Mr G A Shelton who has the contract for constructing one mile ofI the new railroad through the townI arrived last Sunday night with a large force of teams and men and has arranged a camp just east ofI town As soon as his machinery ar rives which was shipped around by rail he will begin work in earnest countrylOnewe more I enough usually to supply our own demands However no farmer would be foolish enough to desire the tariff removed from wheat to let in the wheat from Russia which is a great wheat producing country sown and harvested by laborers whoI are glad to get 25 cents per day da iiI i i Holidays iIn oliiorder to observe the Jewish days this store will be closed on Thursdayand Friday September 20 and 21 and will be open again Satur day morning Sept 2- 2SAM EACH U t U i J I J M int a i c MATAKZAS fu1vingjthe typhoidjfever W B Rowe of Island attended hurch at Wet Point Sunday J H Fulkerson and wife of neyjLMrs J P Tichenor Is on the sick list this week Mrs Thos Bell of Pond River visited relatives here a few days ago Mrs Nat Lindley visited her mother near West Providence last week Benjamin sea oflLB Mabrey died last Sunday after a rang protracted illness The funeral was onductcd Monday at the Baptist church here by Ilex L W Tichenor after which the remains were interred in the burying ground near the hurch All extend condolence ta bereaved family j For yak A 90 acre form half river bebtocr 30 acres timber i ilesfrom Green river 1J miles from Paradise 4 miles from Eehols 5 miles front Rockport 8 miles from McHenrjr Has good five room dwelling barn 50x50 plenty of water small orchard price 900 IlUNmrrSIurRi WASHINGTON u Sept 20J II Travis wife aai daughter visited Mr Travis sister l Mss Nilchson Bufonf Saturday and SundayIMrs Cassie Newcotab visited her son Mack Newcomb Saturday night i and Sunday W G Travis and family visited Mr Travis Travis lridayjMrs Altha Leisure who has hem 4 visiting her daughter Mrs Mattie Newcombreturned to her home in Hartford last Friday John Casteel and wife visited Mrs N CasteeTd brother John Travis Mon jday4a Marriage License The following license to wed have been issued since our last report Sam Durham Centertown age 24 taEtnma Benton Centertown age 22L Marvin Williams of Heflin age 24 to Delilah Tucker Heflin age 18 00 Williams Coffman age 32 to Maymee Brown Centertown age 24 toiMarthaIT R Shultz McHenry age 36 to 37I Mc Henry age 30 to Pearl C Waddle tnn Drakesboro age 21 Memoriam Little Annabel daughter of Mr and Mrs W H Collins was borniQct20 1904 died Sept 13 UKKL What dead Say it not for she lives Your babe so pure and true To life and to all that life gives Has taken her title anew iThia form all so pure so white So cold in that they call death Thatquenches the sun and the light And hushes the pulse and the breath This beautiful garment of clay Is fragile as a flower of the wood We tenderly lay it away Enshrined in the love of the good 10 loving parents trust Him then Believing that He is dealing A cup of justice mercy love Now filled for torn hearts healing r ASS SPX T1 = i jTT 1 a1 iln rlU iLfrrrtir U11 i i1 iitfij f0 Bn lf aufc fftipte By WILLIAM PHILLIPS HALL Millionaire Evangelist ANY men of many minds agree that a great theological M crisis is now on in the Christian church The Crapscy heresy trial the recent address of Bishop Burgess of the Protes Episcopal church and the remarks of President Wil Dc Witt Hyde of Bowdoin college at the Union Seminary alumni dinner arc all recent indi tliam of theological ferment and unrest immediate cause of it all is the introduction into curriculum of many theological seminaries and similar institutions of religious instruction of the socalled science evolutionary biblical criticism of the books of the Bible While the advocates of this scheme of biblical investigation claim for it an infallibility but little short of the infallibilty of Divine Omni potence it is really an ingenious but very human hypothetical plan Unlike the evolutionary fad theory of which it was largely the out come it has encountered not only one but ninny missing links in the chain of proof which its advocates have attempted to forge to prove its infallible correctness All of the strictly evangelical branches of the Christian church constituting nearly all of that great religious body are pledged both in ministry and membership to discountanance- and oppose ninny of the teachings and logical conclusions of the so called new theology which in turn is the child of the evolutionary criticism of the Bible Many theological educators and ministers who have apparently become fascinated by the seeming novelty of the new teachings which as a matter of fact largely merely represent a renaissance of the peculiar beliefs and unbeliefs of the deists of the eighteenth cen turyin their newborn scholastic enthusiasm advocate those teach ings on all possible occasions without regard to their previously as sumcd obligations to do otherwise While certain ministers theo logical professors students and laymen hold to and actively support the new theology yet the great mass of evangelical church members and ministers remain loyal to the declared faith of the evangelical churches There is seemingly but one honorable course for those who hold to the new theological views to pursue namely to publicly confess their change of theological views resign their memberships and ministries and organize new churches and seminaries where they may hororably hold to and present their views NEW USE OF THUMB MARKS Business Men Employ Them to Prevent the Raising of Checks To meet the demand for pro tection against raising checks a merchant of Plainfield X J hit i upon the idea of using the well known fact that no two human finger ends are alike After filling out a cheek he lightly prints his thumb end over the figures says the Business Mans Magazine An under standing with his bank makes it require this design on a check of his before it in cashed In accomplishing the impres shun Mr Griffen uses a steel plate on which a light coating of ink has been deposited but the writer has experimented in the employment of printers roller composition and printers ink Using these in u heavier pres Hure the result gives a firm design which permits of no change whatever without quick detec lion e Boston Mans Liberality III the middle of the last cen tury a prominent landau Uni turiiin was asked to aid in build lug an orthodox diurch in Maine where lie had large possessions He gave so freely that the collector was surprised but the giver explained by saying I do not accept your doctrine but I do not believe that anything hut the fear of hell will keep those fellows down east from stealing my lumber It Is Unique The most costly book in the loyal library at Stockholm is a Bible and there is lint mother just like it in the world In weight and size alone it is unique It is said that 150 asses skins were used for its parch meat leaves Each page falls but an inch short of a yard in length The width of the leaves is 20 teaches The covers are solid planks four inches thick With Varying Effects been is the color most benefi cial to the eye in dilltisid light and reds laid pinks the most harmful In a strung direct light however blue and neutral tints are the best for the eyes iud pure white the most harts ful sis is proved by the phenom enon of snow blindness Georgeous Plumage In Japan special attention is paid to the breeding and care of fowls with a view to their plum age It is nut uncommon for chickens to be raised with tail feathers l2 or 13 feet in length BEST KID FOR GLOVES Comes from the Animal That Is Fed Exclusively on Goats Milk This is milk fed kid said the leather merchant It is very soft and line and pliable isnt it He smoothed the delicate white skin and went on All first rate kid is milk fed It comes to us from the French mountaineers These men are superb goat herders Their im mense flocks supply the worlds kid gloves u The goat herds of France are careful to keep their kids on an exclusive milk diet They pen the little animals with their mothers in rocky inclosures where there is no grass At that the kids often escape often man age to eat solid food For with almost human perversity kids that shouldnt be weaned wean themselves early whereas calves that should be weaned cling like grins death to milk One meal of grass will spoil a kids skin will rob it of its softness and pliability will hard en mold coarsen and stiffen it Hence when you buy kid gloves always choose the milk fed land HIS REVENGE rwIActressNo Mr Softlelgh my mind is made up Bertie Im not surprised Miss FdotllRhts J know your face generally Is Scotlands Population Front the report of the regis trim r general for Scotland it tip pears that the population III tIll middle of IflOi is estimated tr have ben 407fil50i The mini her of births registered was Ii1 1581 this is 1180 fewer than ii the previous year Buried by the Public In some cantons of Switzer land all the dead rich as well tit poor are buried at the public pense exi uuu LIVE LONGER IN COUNTRY Statistics Show That City Dwellers Have Much Higher Mortality Kate Some Healthy Spots in tl1jalsin the IlthIIf 8000 or more population in lilllO and 14Il per 1000 in rural districts which as the term is hIt used includes everything outside these cities Uhodc Island is thonly tration state in which the lall1 was as high in the rural dish as in tlc cities In Massachu I setts Connecticut and Netwl Hampshire the urban rate ex eeeded the rural by less than one per 1010 The excess was great test in New Jersey New York and Maine The higher mortality for cities is due largely to the fact that residents of rural districts when critically ill resort to till lies pitals lull institutions in the cities for treatment and that the deaths occurring in Hitch cases arc registered in the cities thus increasing the urban mor tality The average annual rates witlowest in SL Joseph Mo IiOwosso Mich 101 Lincoln Neb t 104 and St 1anl Minn Illliand highest in Charleston S C ilti Wilmington X C t lS2I and Jacksonville Fla 1Sl There were 44 cities in which the average annual death rate for the live years was 20 or more per 1000 Nineteen of these cit ore located in the southern states and contain a large pro portion of colored population the death rate for which in gen era I largely exceeds that for the whites STORM SENTIMENTS d My mother has a stout timbrel My father han a cane Which mother aye they carry just Because theyre awful vain I My mother raises her umbrel To shield her rom the rain I And when there ra equal at home My father raises Cain Antique Furniture Factories Busy The oak ftiriture factories in I Yorkshire and Belgium are now lIutIpOplli duringthisthousand of these chairs have been nude maid sold already The newspapers say that the American millionaire epicures ii t the Carlton are plunged in do spair To tickle their homesick palates they ordered from Amer ica a boatload of canvasback duck terrapin and softshell crabs The day appointed came the millionaires appetites were sharpened to the moment but the longed for delicacies did mi- ntarriveLondon Correspondence of Philadelphia Press Wanted a New Lock Ill take the apartment said the man if youll agree to put a new lock on the front door After a good deal of arguing the agent consented 111 have to do that frequent ly he explained Many pros pective tenants of houses and Hats now demand that new locks be provided before they will sign the lease They say that this has been made necessary by the fail are of old tenants to turn over the keys when moving away There is no telling into whose hands these keys may fall A crook is just as likely to get hold of them as an honest man Many oaf the robberies in tints and boarlltng houses nowadays are attributed to the careless distil bution of keys hold tenants Discrimination Mis Itrown says her baby can say all sorts of things J5ut I trust she teaches it not to do soluckN- EW SYSTEM OF MAKING WINE Wine germs which make it possible to duplicate the famous wines of Bordeaux Burgundy or thcIthine mire among the latest experiments of scientists The germs are obtained from the dregs of casks which have con tamed genuine old wine and those for each particular brand are placed for safekeeping in a substance prepared front Japan ese isinglass and fruit juice In the jellylike mass the germs soon establish n colony When needed sufficient germs may be placed in a tube of sterilized fruit juice After two or three days till juice will be in full fer mentation with plentiful effer vescence This process is said to impart to the wine the exact bouquet unIt characteristics of the wine from which the germa originally unit KNEW WHAT WAS THE MATTE- RCyuieusThe twofaced deity should have been a goddess in stead of a god Franeus Why Cynicus Well women are more often twofaced than men Francus Oh 1 dont know about that I dont think they allCvnhIIRtlI I do They are more than twofaced They have tin everyday face and a Sunday flee an athome face and a street fare a highneck face and a dccolette mice In fact they have a face for every dressFra11islheer up old chap There ore others just as good ua she is and you will IM just as happy with one of then as you would have been with herPu elite Monthly N EIThe great requisite for playing curds or the horses re marked Mr Everwise is nireIYes answered young Miss Torkins it must take a great deal of nerve to enable a man to come home so often and tell hi folks that still further teuuomj will be necessary STRANGE COINCIDENCE Rendem Hello old man Youre looking smiling anti happy this morning Whats the cause1Vrltem11by my new play wits presented last night Werent you there Too bud Really you missed the greatest flrtit night of the season The audience applauded till their hands were sore Readem flood Shake Writem Much obliged but Im breaking in a new pair of gloves and my hands are rather tender Pacific Monthly An Interruption The FOIIIth of July elocution 1st rolling his eyes spouted Farewell dear wife the pa triot cried and pressed her to his breast and sighed Which side mister inter rupted a little boy with a cuu non cracker Diagnosis by Elimination PathlItBul are you sure I have appendicitis DIIIIOII am mayother pa tients have all left town for the cummer Not Much Doing The Milliner Hows business with you The Dressmaker Only sew sew Ive had a stitch in my side or several days RIAnnual Stockholders Meeting at Chicago October 17 Personal Attendanceoflndi virtual Holders De sired IRIH TICKET TO Tin MEETING Public notice is hereby given the regular annual meeting of the Stock holders of the Illinois Central Rail road Company will he held at the Companys oflice in Chicago Illinois on Wednesday October 17 1DOG at 12 oclock noon To permit personal attendance at issuedlCentral Railroad Company as regis j Companylilt i I age Ticket Ilnatling Him or Her to IA Travel Tree j the Companys lines from the station on the Illinois Central Kail road nearest to his or her registered address toII Chicago and Return such ticket to he good for the jour ney to Chicago during theilour Hays Immediately Preceding theIi the day of the meeting and the Four nayS Immediately Following when properly countersigned und stamped during business hours on or before Saturday October 20 WOO that is to say between 900 a in theiBruen in Chicago Such tickets may be obtained by and holder of stock registered as above on applica tion in writing to the President of i the Company Chicago but each stockholder must individually apply for his or her ticket Each applicaj tion must state the full name and address of the Stockholder exactly as given in his or her Certificate of Stock together with the number and date of such certificate No mdre than one person will be carried free in respect to any one holding of OfII A G HACKSTAKF Secy j Nasal CATARRHIn iboulil be cluuUintii DabIU It ellr ralarrh lid driveI AnlI away a cold la the head Cream Dale li pieced lab the MftrOt tprMdi met Ws mmbraus tod U absorbed Htll flilra mediate and a cure follow It U not drylegdoes not produce sneezing Large Bk M cent at Drug llitt or by mill TrlalSI10 cent by malL ELV BUOTUB113 W Warrtn BUMt New Yard I PATENTS PROCURED AND DILND sen411o 01114 taIor tipcit enlfmrepor- th IdYl paw la otaaul pke4 trW IDtU copynthtaetc IN ALL COUNTRIES Staliua Jirtcl vllk WatUngtOH tnti limf oar Jeftt Htpolar sleetylYGIU Utk Itmt tulM rtes OftM WABHIIkVnn DC- GASNOW I KILLTHEcpUCHAND I WITH DrKmgs New PrletFOR i I IBurc6t Mil Quickest 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Nalattention Notary Isamu WII fAhEH SA AMlEltHOV GRADUATE NURSE u MISS SUSIE MAY A graduate of Owensboro City Hospital has located I- nHARTBORD timesResidencephone No 137 DIIUREVIVO RESTORES VITALITY K Hadi a 9 Willian I IIGnmA P XUil vrbo HIIJ1MmD2p- rodllell tine results In 10 duri It acts tlIYOUDIold men mny recover their youthful vigor by MemoryWastlnrreleors I tortudy I by starting at the peat of dlraaie but Is B great brlnrlnbOrkbll I spproaehlngdlseaseInalstonhavfagUIWIVO j DO can carried In vest ke6ffy t mall et00 per packare or iii for 8b00 Wo taclve free advice and counsel to eli who wIsh it i wlthcnuraiiteo Circulars tree Address ROYAL MEDICINE CO Marine Bldg Chicago ilL 1fordROUGi RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY f llfVORPOHATKIi The Rough River Telephone Cu operatedby 1 reasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is being constantly ex tended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 cts 30 miles 15cts 45 miles 20 cts c J W OBANNON Mgr Beaver Dam Ky f v i f r I419QJ 1 1DG xifisef iefiefsss aefae 1afo Pearls PANTIORIUM i Thats The Place Your Clothes Pressed and Cleaned And made to look like new Give him 9 a call Satisfaction guaranteed aGENm 1 1Ixt STRAUSS BRQS TailorMade Clothes CallfI 9C 8Cs i1S 18 L CsBs8t18 1 Mo + Ftt++lttttttt+tttttt+ ii+ff ftr+ Fftt++ ftr Fi YM41 jI BANK OF HARTFORD I CCItlI N Ir4M- e I t Capital Stock 4000000 t Surplus 12 OOOOO I I Stockholders Addil Liability 4000000+ t Securety to Depositors 9200000h iJ W FORD President JOHN T MOOttE Cashier P TAYLOR V IWt IL IIOLUKOOK AMt Cashier iJalaoaxIf Directors t JNO c XIIOMAS E J I tttli++ tttttttttittttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt FIRST I NATIONALBANK Of Hartford ICapital Stock 25000 Profits12500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Hank Come in- DIRECTORS GABB LIKENS ALVIN ROWE BURCH FELIX JIM POLK STEVENS WAYNE GRIFFIN bt I BLACK BIRKHEAD 6f lPROPRIETORS i I 3 Hartford and Beaver Dam Transfer g AND FREIGHT LINE t Meets alljtrains A Iso jjj I General Liverymen g is = Best of attention given to stock New stable Main 11 1 2 streot Hartford Ky J I 1BUSINESS y COLLEGES ARE FAILURES In small clUes and 1 There It not a sufflelentpopulallonto- supports OOOO school 2 Such chool are usually conducted by persons who are NOT qualifier or who make It a practice totratel about and do i Iraudthclr patrons 3 There are few II any opportunities for their graduates to secure employment In f 4 The THOROUGH business colleges arelocatedinthelareercltlesandareconY small eltles ortowns can not secure employ mentlnlame clues when thrown In competition with the THOROUGH graduates schools as business men have no time to oxperlmenlwlthlncompetenls Therefore be wIleS page catalogue ever I Slued by acommercial schoolbcroredecidingsothrewowayyour mcney- for a worthless training some cheap school DRYANT tit STRATTON BPSnTESS COLLEGE LcuUvllH KT Subscribe for The Hartford Republican I SUBSTITUTE FOR QUININE i Experiments of Rucslnn PhysicianI Result In Valuable covery I A Spanish professor has discovered that the Hiinllovirwhict orifjiiwkd in Aniuririi yields o Hpkiiilul febrifuge Unit eau be advantageously used aa ti Biibsti tutc lot Iluillilll There hud peen previous ex perimentH in France by the tlus rape iiticnI society of Paris which showed that the plant not only hnd a great feverdiapelliiig erred but that it also yielded sl product of great advantage irI malarial freer The HiiHHian peasantry have long been convinced of the med ical properties of the sunllower and fever patients sleep upon c bell made of the leaves and use c covering of the some IlhslIi ments with a coloring matte prepared from sunllower lenses i with gnarl results in malaria fever 11111 children from one month to 12 years old having been as successfully treated lie with small It is also declared tint the plant while rowing diffuses an antifebrile inllucnrc Mineral Wealth in Pechora The Russians will soon come home with their pockets full of money It has long been known hat the Province of Pechora is ridi in mineral treasures Quite recently a partyof engineers from ISelcium anti Prussia vxam ined the basin of the Ussa and made rich finds of naphtha anti j copper ores It is said that the quantity of naphtha to be olv tallied front surface deposits in the Pechora district exceeds that present in the Caucasus and is of a better quality whilst the ton urge of easily workable copper ores is given as many millions lint for the working of these treasure fields a large sum of money will be required Inns much as even the most primitive roads and methods of communi cation are practically unknown also the population and hence the supply of labor IH extremely small However it IH reported from St Petersburg thn tener getie efforts are being made to get the necessary capital Price of a Wife In Natal A curious story conies from Natal One Indian sued another for 81 the amount of n prowls sory note alleged to be dun In re payment of a luau In the evi thence It carne out that the 035 was the price of a wife whom the plaintiff had sold to the defend ant The defendant got out of work and could not use the note und the plaintiff offered him a job the price of the wife to be paid in installments of live dol lars per mouth The defendant declined and the plaintiff promptly seized the lady and sold her to another customer for gno The second sale in the opinion of the defendant relieved him of the liability for the 85i and he refused to pay The magistrate adjourned the case London Tribune Dangerous Feat For n tent of dexterity and nerve it would be difficult to sur pass that of the Bosjesman of South Africa who walks quietly up to a puff ndder and deliberate neckin tbeIj I just what the Bosjesmnn wants Killing the snake he eats the body and uses the poison for his arrows Same Old Gag Isjable to learn anything about her personal characteristics t Then just state that she can do wonders with n chafing dish editoriI yule CourierJournal Some One Had Foosled When Augustus Thomas discovered that his son also n- Gus had a few swear words in his vocabulary he was first dis grlitjupThatj however was the main thing toy see 10 so me pmywrignr nit up on the scheme of giving his heir n quartet for each hail word privately imparted to him under the condition that it should nev- te main be spoken This worked perfectly until one day recently when ius junior came dancing into the library where his father was at work his huh flying and his cheeks aflame with excite ment crying Oh father Ive just beet over on the links and I heard a new one thats worth a dollar Mementoes of Famous Author Jules Kimoneaii till quaint keeper of u quaint little restaurant ill Monterey Cal guards as chief of his treasures a set of wOIksIfast friends Stevenson while in California having been a conj stant patron of Simoneaus Bo hemian resort On the flyleaf of each honk is a typical inscription and autograph and some price j less letters written for the most part in French are kept in uii + iron box Among them is one evidently written apropos of some incident of injustice in which Stevenson says But the race of mnn wits born tyrannical1 doubtless Adam beat Eve and when all the rest are dead the lust man will be found beating the last dog LOVE AFFAIRS JN SPAIN Constant as Lovers Men Can by No j Mtans Be Described as Models for Husbands As soon as the Spanish lover attains the rank of fiance he is allowed to visit the fair one in her home and to walk by her side in the streets instead of trotting behind lie never how ever gets away front the inevi table chaperon and it is the commonest of sights to see a poor mamma walking in melan choly silence behind n couple who entirely ignore her as they gaze into mil anothers eyes and make undying protestations of affection Engagements often lust for years owing to pecuni ary considerations which were lost sight of in the first moments of infatuation It Is fiiteresHng to note that the result of this free play of the inclination IsI that few old bachelors are to be found In 10e1Ingenerally n family of four or five children nt nn age when here he I is barely beginning to think of settling dot n And the marriage Does it lead to the hap pint ss one would expect under the conditions Here is the an saver which I give as a final word One can say that In Spain with marriage separa tion commences the lovers who could not bear to be separated for a day who passed hours gazing at one an other from the street and the window when they become man and wife immediately begin to live lives apart the man has his business or his pleasures while the wife manages the house which the husband seems to avoid with the same persistency he as lover put into watching the balcony for hours in wind and rain Frances in T PsWeekly of London Insurance Department of Ken tucky Frankfort Aug 13th 1906 Whereas The National Life In surance Company located at Mont pelier Vt possessed of the actual capital required under the laws of this Commonwealth and has com plied with all the requirements of said laws which are to Life Insurance Companies incorporated by or doing business in other States of the United States Now therefore I Henry R Prcwitttlnsurance Commissoner for the State of Kentucky in pursuan of the authority vested in me by the laws of this Commonwealth do here by certify that C M Barnett and I C E Smith of Hartford in the County of Ohio are authorized as Agents of the aforesaid Company to transact the business of Insurance for one year from Aug 1 1906 in this State as provided by the laws thereof haveIcausedjmy official Seal to be affixed I on the day and year first above written HENRY R PREWITT Insurance Commissioner STRONG AgainIs StovallofTiltonQaH I said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia k Curt Hundred otherweakwomen being restored to perfectII health by this remedy YOU may be well if you will take ItIndleestloncautei nearly all the tick thatas wamea have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may be eaten It nourishes tho body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour Tisngsbelchngheartburn and all stomach disordersDigests What You EatD- ttubettladby tt1uN t U see tlol M Iek M the rturrtlCIXWItltrill aNtl da I I act Ctla VIA Holt by z WAYNE UnPIN REAL ESTATE 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 j acre All out buildings and good water Price reasonable One Farm four miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con sisting of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a at a bargain 40J acres near White Run adjacent to the I C R R half Caney Creek bottoms all cleared goodorchard two good wells price reasonable a bargain for some one further infor mation furnished on application 100 acres 1 mile from the Court- House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur nished on application- A twenty acre tract two miles North from Hartford on the Owens boro and Hartford road within i 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 Will sell land and timber together or either separate from the other 95J acres Rough River bottoms considered the richest soil in the neighborhood on what is known as the big ditch three miles West from Hartford All well timbered with firstclass oak gum ash maple and hickory Will sell timber and not the land or will sell land and 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 in Hartford Six rooms two nice halls Lot 100 foot front 210 feet deep Good well Situated corner Fred rica and Griffin streets Two thirds cash balance in 12 months A bargain List your property with us We will find a buyer BURNETT X SMITH Republican Office Hartford Ky Cumbeland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Co Incorporated 1 neres nothing the matter with niy business I have the Camber laud Telephone in my residence and place ol business My buxlness bas Increasedand my wiles voice Is never heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service ants gentlemanly competition TJ MORGAN Mir 1Dllli3uliell 11F3ZP o Ohio County Circuit Court TF Illrkheail Judge Pen D ltlnn Attorney Oscar lllilklrt Jailer Ed 0 Uarrnee Clerk Kruuk 1 Felix Master Com mltnlontr Y L Jloneley Trustee Jury rood R II Jliirtln Sheriff lint tford Deputy SheriffS A llnitther L I Crowder K H Mocun Grant Mondayrreknnnd third Monday In May and oYflDber weeksComityCourtW II Taylor lodge W M hartfordmonth MondayInJanunryAprll Court of 01 nl nn Court nen Bret Monday In Tan OctoberOtherIinyJameIeWeeeeSchool CorotierJlojoTttOtlCM CoilrtB- X llnrrnM Hearer Dam March 24 Tune 23 September December 24 tv1 Miller Horn DranchMnrch K lone 25 September SS December 20 i September tvlt Edge Pord Tllo March 28 June 1 September 27 heron her 28 28Seplembr s Herbert Render Centertown Uarcb CO Jane 2il September 2l December 30 John II Mlles Itoikport March 31 June SO September 30 December 31 Hartford relic court Attorney rene second Monday In tncbmonth U liQrlovi O rvlc o- U E Church Bontb Serrlcei third Sunday each month at 11 am and 7 p m and lecon meetingereryWedsday nlgbbeloreand fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Her A D Gordon pastor- C P Church Service tint Sunday IB each monthatllamand7pm Her J D liar ned pastor SOIeDn1endletonCKy II Williams Mayor CM Crowe Clerk R K L Slmmerman Dr E B PendttonA D White Wm Fair Win Dean BrJ WTaylor S cr tSoel tl A OU W first and third Friday mothnights In each AMagonsarMonday Hartford Tent No 09 Knights of the Macca bees every Thursday night Rough Hirer LodgNollOKnlgbtiotPythl meets trery Today night f Preston Morton Post No 4 0 A II hold reg nlar mtlog Satordal belorearatSuDdalla sate month Southern Raiway Shortest and Fastest Line- s14PgoM LonisvilleDanville and Lexington TO I aaisaa me WestT- wo Fast Trains Daily running through solid from Danville to St Louis without change with connecting cars from Lexington as follows Lve Lexington 545 a m Lve Danville 530 a m mIVestibuled coaches and Observa I tion Cafe Car Lve Lexington 500 p m j Lve Danville 445 p m Lve Louisville 1015 p m j Arr St Louis 732 a m Pullman Sleeper and Free Reclining Chair Car i Most direct line to Chattanooga Atlanta Knoxville and all South eastern points including Asheville N C ani the beautiful Land of the Sky and Toxaway country Send 2 cent stamp for Land of tho Sky Booklet and other illustrated literature W G MORGAN D T- Lexingtonj Ky AIJ F LOGAN T P A Ill East Main St Lexington Ky AR COOK C P T A 1Ci 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky J C BEAN A G P A MoISubscribe for TUE REPUBLICAN ems I i oYiIBak- rnfFlVdeJi 1 wholesome cream oftartar baking powder Makes the finest lightest best flavored biscuit hotbreads cake and pastryAlum and alumphosphate pow Hers are injurious Do not use them Examine the label rewA IAUNQ rowtt Co new WO Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21 SCHROADER SCHOOL HOUSE September 19Rev Joe Acton filled his regular appointment here the second Sunday and left anap pointment to preach the second Sunday in October Mrs Julia A Cook wife of J WI Cook of near this place died bvyj I Sunday evening and was buried Monday at the family burying ground in the presence of a large circle of friends and relatives She agejWe notice some say about the nine prayer chain crate and will say that it is paramount at this place which Rives tho local men chants a good run for stationery The entire school at this place will attend the fair today Mr John Herrell has sold his farm I to Mr Melvin Kissinger and has moved to Taylor Mines Miss Lee Cooper who has been visiting at Owensboro for sometime t past returned home this week i Virgil Duke of Owensboro was 1inour vicinity last Sunday Mr and Mrs Tom Gray Taylor Mines is visiting near here this week C SMALLHOUS Sept 19Miss Annie Culbertson Central City is the guest of her cousins Ida and Altha Addingtoni Mesdames Joe Bennnett and Len nie Everly Matanzas were the guests of Mesdames P B Taylor ThursdaIMrs Dean Ball Centertown was the guest of Mrs Cordelia Adding ton Monday night Luther Addington was the guest of Harry Balls Centertown several days recently Luther Reneer Centertown came back Thursday to place his new en gine and has begun sawing again Mr and Mrs George Reid gave an entertainment Saturday evening In honor of Miss Eula May AddinJtons birthday There were thirty six present and all report a pleasant timeMr and Mrs Jas Fulkerson went to Matanzas Sunday to visit her sif ter Mrs Tichenor Robert Hunter went to Utica Fri day to visit his children Mrs Jas S Trunnelland Robert D Hunter he remained until Monday Misses Lelia Hunter and Eulah Withrow went to South Carrollton MondayBill Addington went to Central City Saturday Rev McConnell filled his regular appointment at Equality church Sunday College Notes The new seats that have been ad ded are a great improvement The Trustees are planningmany improvements in the near future Prof Gray dismissed school ut noon today in order that the pupils might attend the Fair Mr Curtis who recently moved to Hartford has placed his two chil dren in school Thomas Hamilton spent Saturday and Sunday at home Ben Patterson is still out of school on account of illness The list of nonresident students is as follows Misses Hattie Glenn Florence Jones and Andrew Glenn of Muhlcnburg county Misses Rob bie Barnard and Sadie Henry oi Hopkins count Miss Orney Wat a son of GrayFon county Arthur Burdette of Davies county Mitst Isabelle Fair Bell Berryman Gola Cecil Etta Myrl Taylor Lillie Mil burn Clara Robertson Beatrice Haynes Katie Jones Verna Duke and Messrs Chas Ross Bennett Scott Ambrc t 0 vcn Brc vn Issi BIPattersonl orrjcs Owen Jcaes Wayland bjjms all of Ofcx aunty Evans Mais of Louisiana George Bara kat of Syria Several new pupil are expected after the Fair among them is Jesse Smith a studentl lastjyear THE FAIR I All up aboard the fast express For the Ohio County Fair HavcBeatste quiet never fear Well land you safely there j The Rand is playing listen hear They are ready for that show t Be quick make haste come on They are stm1 tgUOld Honest Joe l A crowd is there the race is on f Ive bet on that old gray mare I Gti those kids ready Ma- Im due at the Ohio County Fair k So you are ready then were off t For the Ohio County Fair j Dd you ever see these horses- i Move with such ease andcare Widat is hurting that baby MaIDont like this flue fresh goIHush baby kiss your Ma Be still Ann May Tom Bill Hold tight to this here wagon Were going down a hill i ChiJdren here we Ire at the gate i Of the Ohio County Fair Boss just give us ten tickets To see that womans hair f We are just here in time folks Tbee the first race go- Did you ever set such a crowd j lint this an awful show i Here come the racers see Look they arc ready they go Watch that old gray mare Ma- Shesf after Old honest Joe Well its over 1 los t any bet finer Ma f Iai coming every day next time Praises to Him that Rives us lifeI Food raiment light and air Bl esslngs upon the Company That gives the Ohio County Fair- Y Bun BUFORD- I Sept 19 Mrs R R CumUli vis ited her daughter Mrs Jim Garrett f of Owensboro last wee Mesdames Bettfe Richison and g Luther King have Malaria l Walter Blair and Sammie Richison are having chills Mrs Seth Riley is quite sick with stomach trouble i John Riley and wifeand Sam Riley visited Seth Riley awl family Saturday Tom Anice and wife Cromwell Dr Sun Trogden of Clear Run visit BallstehidrenIllefiinvisited and family Sunday Mr Vick Johninans house burned Friday night he had just completed acd painted the wlitfe building the family were away from home Two vuIr Aunt Fannie Uolhreefc has gone to Owensboro to seep house for her brother Henry Fields and wife Hartford visited L D Magan and Family t SunySiJHussey and wife went to Masonvillc Monday i More than Half of ifte tobccco is cut an1 in the house in this commu r nitS M r iAS BET L U SUN ISRUday Stjrtefflfler 23rd But Four Route To the Indiana Gas Reft Special traih caves 7th St Union Depo LcoisTtille 7 oclock AM Extreme 3lcloillW trip Tales as follows Kujvais 150 Knightatown 150 Alt undar J175 Marion 175 TicLatsi oa sale at City Ticket t U3JiiJ2ri10i Avunueand a4 de-potCIS J GATES wen Agt HARROWS Miss LjTm Camp who has Len Tilting her sister itrs Will Park retained to her horse ri Ilenderso iltrday Missus Tina Powers and Jessie Cardtn spent TlIt day night with Jx ruslt Frdt1IIt Mifft Annie Durm war in Louis 1 iJsjt weed buying the fall stocl of millcnery for Renfrow Cos storeRural carrier No 2 Kuykemhil is taking his fifteen days vacation re cently granted rural carriers by the BosIthe tra eIMrs Ellen Basham White Plains is visiting her sister Mrs 01 WillisMrs Sarah Barrett widow of the late T J Barrett is said to be dying at the residence of her son W W Loydnear Barretts Ferry IrsI Barrett is eightyfour years old and is dying of old age I The Equity Tobacco warehouse here is rearing completion Mr S I B Lee of Daviess county has been employed to handle the Equity to bacco here this season Mr Lea is held in very high regard by the I Equity people hereand he is expected to give universal satisfaction to our people IhrkIIArkansaswhere they went prospect ing for timber lands They express themselves as pleased with the coun try and it is their purpose to return to that state at an early date Narrows has more pretty girls than any other town of its sine on earth and one cf them goes tt the altar next week and one or two more perhaps before the maples shed their gold All about it when it h p pensIa H River Land for Sale IRougb of Win C Rowan deceased I will on Saturday tho IS day of October 1906 onthe premises offer for sale a large body of Rough river bottom land which has recently been divided into nine tracts of about 100 acres to the track iaeh having a river front These ands lie on the north bank of Rough River in Ohio county between the ir uth of Xocrevk and Barnetts creekand arc heavily timber with a naunil forest of fine beech and other sp cites of small timber These land are richand fertile and are capable of being developed into first class farms which will produce when cleared fi fty or seventyfive bushels of corn to j the acre A first class opportunity I to those desiring to purchase a river bottom farm on easy terms The sale will be made on basis of oiieljalf earsIper C On same day and at same place I will also offer for sale another tract of land belonging to said estate commonly known as the Barrett t place the same lying North of mid adjoining the James Sandefur farm detailIedthereof can be secured by calling on or me at Hartford Ken tackyIWantedI50 good tie Call on M T LIKENS 9tf Hartford Ky RENDER Sept 18WA Renick of Louisville was here last W dnesdayI Mr Jno P Taylor and Miss Fun hie Cox of Hartford were here last WednesdayJno Spence was in Hartford last Thursday W J here last Claud ThursdayIwas here ay I Mc D Fair was in Hartford last FridayMrs H B Innes went to Louis ville last Friday returning Satur dayMoses Herrel of Wysox was here last Saturday Messrs Simon Jones and L Fran cis went to Central City last Satur dayMiss Carrie Roll returned from Jasonville Ind last Saturday after an absence of three months Nicholas Barrass Jr and Chas Robison of Taylor Mines were here last Sunday Jno B Fulkerson went to Whites ville last Sunday Mrs Edwin Jones went to Daw son Springs last Sunday E H Massie of Louisville and Ed Mossbarger of Cecilian were- I here yesterday Jno OBannon of Beaver Dami was here yesterday- S S Hoover of Louisville and Rhea Armstrong of Leitchfield were here today Mrs Jas Espey of Jasonville Ind is the guest of her mother Mrs J A FulUcrson and sisters rL TiNtllMNJ4JfJJdJWNW mitli omJMt Come Looke e I Over Our Stock Is the common phrase many merchants will fling at you this tall Vhy bless yon you havent the time und it wouldnt do you any good anyway You would just get mixed up and confused and go away disgusted because you saw so many things you couldnt have or didnt want That is not the way to do at all Just conic here and tell us what you wantn Suit of Clothes a Dress Pattern or a pair of Shoes and we will show things enough to suit you Nobody can show a bet ter line this season than ours Lots of new ideas in Clothing and Dress Goods this fall Look at o111r5 S800 S 10 and S15 Suits Look at our lOc 25c oOc and 81 Dress goods Everything new in Trimmings Make us a visit and we 1 ill convince you COME JND S- EECARSON I 6c COINCORPORATED HARTFORD KY lJijIOlrr tNWkAA tf Louisville veSt k Market rTI llc- hohwhntchrrntwr I NP5ar15- Itlr I toRuixl bob hrrtrr X 0 u J holo liolih r hrtfirn STln IiI Kiitrtoit HlljiitflifrMI r S 5u t 155 huhllrhroow S 25 S5 Fair IIIUI Imtfhtrwmn 5 r 15 Choler Klllrll rarer 55 w sr 40 09 Mcilinmtn pond nillliiu t i Wn 10 01 IlllliS lhohIIkllllOMlluZJII it 80 A 40 Unllnm 1bloIn tn iu UK d SI i C 4 5 titht SIIIIHTII 10 to 100 nix 6 1- lhulIIr90tnlu n r OO I 1U SIIKKP ANIt IAMIIS Ii I r to ttonl hwp 3 1un S1 tliv Bhlpilnii lnml I SS n T S- Osrunl 5 OOn 5 to Hartford Produce Market lltrpiirtnl hI tIIIUl11 Corn mllon Ioi IOUNTUV rilOtUTK- Ililltir good ronntrr IIc 1II1IIn Yr Kuan NVw trother per pcmnd M d0eur lUn c 1111111 hlrken c Inrktnc butter tOe ltuulrryot011t nod oM S I dirk Iwr pound k Turk 6l4 rc CnlwvoAt J400 A TfSiWW Mrs G B Roll James Mines of Little Bend was here today Ed Barrass Sr returned from Little Muddy today after a ten days visit 6 Criticism beginning to Pall There is n world of wisdom in DisraeliK biting remark You know who critics tire The men who have fulled in literature antI art By the mime token we are being surfeited with essays on ethics and linimce by eojle who have themselves been neither honest nor prosperous This sort of criticism is beginning to be appraised at its true value and we shall soon see the mere iconoclast relegated to the ob scurity front which he should never be suffered to emerge His Portion of Chicken Oooo cried the first little boy at the Zoo pointing at a swan aint that a funny bird What is it 0 I know replied the other little boy who lived in n boarding hoase It must be a chick en look at all the neck its got Philadelphia Press THE SINGEROR Wheeler Wilson- If in need of a singer or Wheeler and Wilson Sewing Machine I will bring one to your house and show 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 on Center street Your patronage solicited J C BENNETT Hartford Ky y fi 1 44 fi LONG COS ii Economy Store etzIs now full and running over with all tho NEW THINGS for full and winter Wo have ninny 14 BARGAINS for you in the different departments 14 Wo can show you an UPTODATE line of SHOES that will WEAR and they have STYLE about thorn too Notice our weekly ad on DIA MOND BRAND SHOES And if you want a good SUIT OF CLOTHES for little money in I spect our stock and see if wo cant fill the bill = k 1 Ladies Furnishings e I Ladie1dont forget where you saw all that pretty DRESS GOODS on our opening day and = f4the price was 50c and 1 We have the TRIM br I 4 that go with any of these You dont l want to miss seeing our Ladies and Childrens 11 WRAPS and FURS and the price is just right y 4 on them Our LADIES SKIRTS will pleaso = you too They are made pretty tool fulland are J = PERFECT FIlTING We take orders from = sample and guarantee a fit yI ItIiY= Fine Millinery v = tIi If you want an uptodate HAT at a REASON yI= ABLE PRICE come to the ECONOMY STORE = and you are certain to find it You remember = = that we had on display at our regular opening = all tho NEW shapes styles and colors These we y 14 show you in great variety Visit this department yY = again and note thsextremoly LOW prices and = = the immense stock we have for you to select from = fi Ii You can hardly fail to bo pleased y fiY sfi ECONOMY STORE EII JrM