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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s m t ttt tb t1ttpubiOIn 7 Fine Job Work a Specialty IP IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIKK IT IN Till REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER S 1906 No 11 JUDGE NOLT- IComplementary Letter From An Old Friend r His Nomination and Election As Governor of Ky Vould Please People of Island San Juan P R Sept 18 100G To the Editors RnUHMCAN Hartford Ky Gentlemen 1 have just received from a friend n copy of the REPUB LIC N of August 2ilh in which you begin an editorial with the words Kentucky Republicans could do no better next year than to nominate Judge Wm H bit us their candi date for Governor There is wisr don in every word you printed in that editorial While lama native of the Kentucky Mountains yet I have only novn Judge Holt for about five years three of which I was Deputy Clerk nod Clerk respectively of the Court over which hu presided in Porto Rico I had the occasion to know him sufficiently intimate during that tjmo to become an enthusiastic admirer of his ability and integrityThe party of Kentucky has never fully appreciated the Judges ability and service to the party He would make an ideal can didate for Governor and an ideal governor lie has ever been to the front lighting the enemy hut never engaged in any party brawls He would indeed make a Governor for the people Unfortunately you know too little of his record in Porto Rico It is a monument to the man If we the Americans and t fnatives of Porto Rico were in the game we would sec to it that there would be no doubt of his nomination and election I enclose a clipping from the newspaper having the larg est circulation on the Island and ed ited by a former Attorney General of Porto Rico which I am sure you will be pleased to read in connection with your editorial Respeclully H IL SCOVILLE KENTUCKY KNOWS Kentucky is one of the grand commonwealths of the Union Since her admission into the Union of states she has been a favorite of the Nation She has always had very bright men in the legislative and party councils of the country It was with great pleasure that we noticed the proposal of ccrtan lead ers of the Kentucky Republicans to nominate Judge Holt for Governor the coming campaign Judge Holt spent four years in Pcrto Rico as the judge of the United States court and the people in the States must understand that no District Court in i11l North is ordinarily charged with greater responsibilities Judge Holt returned to Kentucky with the sincere respect of the good people of Porto Rico His nomination and q election to the high ofice mentioned would be a source of great satisfaction to the people he so faithfully served in this IslandThe Porto Rico Review Horse Entombed Alive Last Saturday morning about 9 oclock Prince the old family horse belonging to C M Barnett was dis covered buried iA a subterraneous passagein back lot near the Barnett residence which had been cut out by the heavy rains When discovered nothing could be seen of the horse except his hind feet and he was thought to be dead When examin ed however it was found that he was very much alive and immediate i and streneous efforts were made to I rescue him It required the work- of twevo men two hours to accom I plish thin with the nidoi saws hovels 9 and rope Immediate j ly over where Ihe horse lay the earth i was penetrated by a perfect mass of largo routs from elm and sycamore f treen growing near by These had to be cut awuy with the greatest care und f nelnJ hip to avoid int jurii K tr 3 old hutit wlioacted with the intelligence of a human during all the trying ordeal When the last of the earth had been removed to the surprise of sill old Prince came out almost without a scratch anti with a grateful look was soon nibbling choice tufts of grass in his reach The horse which will weigh more than 1200 pounds had been precipitated into the cavern when the ground gave away beneath his feet When discovered he had only been in his perilous position a short time and would undoubtedly have perished before lung for Inch of air in his cloze quarters 1 his may be considered by some as an udicrtitcmwt but old Prince is not for sale Public Sale On Monday October 1st at the residence ofJ W Tichenor near Point Pleatant will be sold a lot of hogs cattle hay and farming im plements RICHARDSON RESIGNS Appraiser of Customs Gives up Federal Job to Prac tice Law A Louisville paper has the follow ing to say concerning a well known fourth district Republican who was appointed to oflice by C M Barnett while ho was Surveyor of Cus toms Jack L Richardson Deputy ap praiser in the office of Judge W G During Collector of Customs at the local port has tendered his resigna tion in order that he may engage in the practice of law He will beasso ciatwl with former Gov William 0 Bradley with offices in the Kentucky Title building on Court Place Mr Richardsons successor will be Omar W Barber of Wyoming Bath county Mr Barber arrived in the city last night and today began to familiarize himself with the duties of the office This is the first ap poinlmentof any consequence that Judge Dearing has been enabled to give to the Ninth district Mr Barber is on the civil service list of elgi bto for appointment in the customs olllc + and the chpice naturally fell to him when Mr Richardson resigned In speaking of Mr Richardson to day Judge Dearing said that he had inttfo a faithful and competent offi cial and that he regretted very much to Iose his services He said that iflr successor came up to Mr Riciiardsons high standardIic would be Teased Mr Richardson was appointed to 1111l vacancy caused by the death of Mr Henry Boteler several years ago and subsequently stood the civ ilI vice examination and was giv en a permanent appointment He is native of hart county mda life long Republican lie was Coun ty Cerk for two terms before com ing to this city Last winter he took a course at law at the Jefferson Law School and was graduated with honors Ohio County Capital Goes to Owensboro The Owensboro Messenger has the following reference to a well known Ohio County business man One of the first deals of May Griflin the new real estate concorif will bring to Owensboro a new in dustry with a probable investment of 50000 Yesterday a deal was closed for the purchase of a largo lot on Allen street and the Texas railroad to the Beaver Dam Planing Mill Company Mr C M Taylor president of the planing mill company closed the deal and stated that he would immediately begin the erection of a modern milling plant on the lot He has been in the plan ing mill business for more than twenty years and has achieved great success At present tho Beaver Dam Planing Mill company operates branch mills at Hartford and Central i City in r addition to its homo plant Tho property purchased belonged to Grady Thixlon It is the sito of burned the Osborne planing mill which FAIR CLOSES Large Attendance Last Days Excellent Entertainment Premiums Awarded The Ohio County Fair closed Sat urday after one of the most successful meetings ever held The races were exceptionally good as were the show rings The Floral Hall ex hibits were more elaborate and beautiful than ever before The music made by the Third Regiment Band of Owensboro was all that could be desired Company II of Kentucky National Guards under direction of Capl James M Do Weese gave a most credible exhibi tion drill on the grounds Saturday af ter noon which was a special feature of the entertainment The following are the premiums and to whom awarded in the Floral Hull department Rag carpet 2 Miss Bertha Phil I lips silk gloves home made 1 Mrs Mattie Barrett pair home made blankets 1 Miss Bertha Phillips yarn rug 1 Mrs Mattie Barretl rag rug 1 Mrs Anthony Robert son neatest made suit of ladies un derwear 2 Mrs T J Smith neat est made gentlemans shirt 1 Mrs T J Smith neatest made shirtwaist 1 Mrs T J Smith neatest made infant suits 150 Mrs T J Smith cotton embroidery 1 Miss Emma Barnes silk embroidery 1 Mrs J W Ford handsomest tray cover 1 Miss Lillie Thomas handsomest cen terpiece 1 Miss Willie Smith hand somest bureau scarf 1 Miss Mar tine Bennett handsomest mantle lambrequin 1 Mrs Mary Arm strong handsomest piano cover 150 Mrs O P Austin hemstitched nap kins 1 Mrs Ella Pirtle handsomest sofa pillow 1 Mrs C P Austin Best pall hemstitched pillow case 1 Mrs T J Smith handsomest fancy handkerchief 1 Miss Willie Smith neatest ladys hemstitched handker chief 1 Mrs John T Moore neatest hemstitched gentlemans handkerchief 1 Mrs Ella Pirtle best spec imen croched lace 1 Mrs C P Austin neatest apron for lady or child 1 Mrs Ella Pirtle handsom est quilt any kind 1 Mrs J A Lewis handsomest crazy silk quilt 1 Mrs Mattie Barrett handsomest worsted quilt or patchwork 1 Mrs Mattie Iii rrett handsomest calico quilt 1 Indies of Methodist church handsomest worsted crazy quilt 1 Mrs Mattie Barrett best specimen drawn work in cotton 1 Miss Ada Miller best specimen drawn work in linen 1 Miss Jessie Nail handsomest bouquet 1 Mrs T J Smith best specimine of hand painting 1 Mrs Fannie Berry best cucumber pickles 1 Mrs Dr E W Ford best quart peach preserves 1 Mrs J S Cecil best quart pear preserves 1- Mrs1 S Cecil best pint homemade grpc wine 1 Mrs T J Smith best pint blackberry wine 1 B F Saunders best pint rasberry wine 1 Mrs J S Cecil best pint homemade blackberry cordial 1 Mrs W T Woodward best sponge cake 1 Miss Jessie Nail best angel food tale 1 Mrs J S Cecil best cocoanut calve 1 Mrs J S Cecil best chocolate cake 1 Mrs J S Cecil best white loaf cake 1 Miss Maimee Bennett loaf of saltrising bread 1 Mrs Ella Pirtle loaf corn light broall Mrs Ella Pirtle five I pounds comb honey 1 Mrs Ella Pirtle besthalf bushel apples 1 j Albert Rial best peck penrs1 MIit J S Cecil best watermelon 1 Oldham best pumpkin 50c W W Pirtle onehalf bushel No 2 red j wheat lbO J L Brown bushel insh potatoes 50c James Pirtle bat while corn 51 J W Foster bet yellow corn 1 W W j Pirtle barred plymoth rock cock 1 J P Foster barren plymoth ruck j hen 1 J P Footer barred plymoth rock pullet 81 Mrs C E Smith j barred plymoth rock cock reI 1 Mrs C E Smith best pair game chickens any kind 250 B Fr Saunders black Innffshwi cock 1 Mrs L P Foreman black langshan hen Mrs L P Foronvin carnish indian SmithI J Smith best collection of chicken any kind 2 Mrs L P Foreman THIIU OAY Ring exhibitions Best bull any breed S800Joe Ford 1st Jno P Foster 2rd Best milchcowshort horn 800J A Bennct 1st Jno P Foster 2nd Best Jersey heifer calf 2r0B F Bean 1st Not contested Best fatted beef 500 Jno P Foster 1st Jno P Foster 2nd Best buck any breed 500 C W Stevens 1st H C Acton 2nd Best ewe any breed 500H C Acton 1st C W Stevens 2nd Best hoar any breed 500F W Crcager 1st Jno P Foster 2nd Best sow any breed 500F W Creger 1st F W Creager 2nd General utility Horses Stallion any age 1000 Sam Et alker 1st J L Cooper god Best mule any age 1000Fclix Heady 1st Not contested Mare any age 1000 J L Cooper 1st E E Brown 2nd Gelding any age 1000Sam Walk er 1st Felix Heady 2nd Best suckling colt 1000E Brown 1st F M Brown 2nd Model horses Stallion mare or gelding any age SI500G W Crumbs 1st Sum Walker 2nd Best stallion mare or gelding 2 years old 1000A R Pirtle 1st Felix Heady 2nd Double team regardless of ownership 1000 Sam Walker 1st J L Cooper 2nd FOtUTH DAY Sweepstakes for fine horses Best Stallion any age 1500Sam Walk er 1st W H Axton 2nd Best mare any age 1500Felix Heady 1st iJ L Cooper 2nd Best geld ing any age 1500 Felix Heady Sam Walker 2nd Best colt lIst year old and under 2 years Jno P Foster 1st J M Hamilton 2nd Best suckling colt SlOOORobert Haynes 1st S F Whitley 2nd Third day speed ring Twothirty class trot or pace purse 6000 Wm Shafer Dutch Prince 1st W Cecil Happy Jack 2nd W Cecil Elijah Ford 3rd Onehalf mile and repeat running purse 5000R W Johnson Fire Bush 1st H M Pirtle Maggie Nich ols 2nd John M Rudy3rd Run ning onehalf mile and repeat purse 5000E Vittoe Jbignor Pierson 1st H Brashear Sparrow Crop 2nd Jno M Rudy Ellen E 3rd Fourth day speed ring Twotwen ty class pace best 3 in 5 purse 10000J C McKim Honest Joe 1st W Cecil Happy Jack 2nd James Ashley Robert Bruce 3rd Onehalf mile dash running purse 7500E Vittoe Signor Pierson 1st R W Johnson Fire Bush 2nd John M Rudy Ellen E3rd Mule race onehalf mile and repeat purse 2000Arch Moseley George 1st M M Harald Ollie 2nd Consolation purse one halfmile and repeat 5000Stevo Goodloe C F Cook 1st II M Pirtle MaggieNichols 2nd Jno M Rudy Pearl 3rd Onehalf mile and repeat purse fiOOOE Vittoe Signor Pieraon 1st R 11 Johnson Fire Bush 2nd Jno M Rudy Ellen E 3rd There was one ring onehalf mile and repeat purse 50 of the second day programthat we failed to get last week E Vittoe Signor Pierson won IstA D Styles C F Cook 2nd and H W Johnson Fire Bank 3rd Miss Georgia Johnson of Nocreek won the prize of 25 offered by the Fair company for the nearest guess at the total number of paid admissions to the fair the whole four days She guessed 7472 The ac tual number was 7471 Licensed Auctioneer Squire W Tichenor of Point Pleasant Ky licensed auctioneer for Ohio county Cumberland phone 1 ltf Important Notice We have added a stock of building material such oa Sash Doors Col umns Moulding Etc Yellow Pine Flouring Ceiling Metal Paroitl and 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 BROS Hartford Ky I BECKHAM AND THE LID Wiley Governor Patches up Hi Difference With Louis vile Liquor Men Loolavltl IIr M j With the Democratic primary six weeks off a reaction has set in in Louisville and where ten days ago it appeared that Gov J C W Beck ham was friendless and without sup port in his race for the nomination for Senator his virtues are now be ing extollerated by some of the lead ers of the local organizations Many persons are enquiring Why this change When and how was it brought about To the casual observer itisappoar ent that there has been a decided change in the past ten days and there are those who attilbuto it to the fact that the Governor has letup on the Sunday closing proposi lion It is hinted that he has come to an understanding with the friend of the city administration and that he will make no further effort to keep the lidon in Louisville At any rate the men who were foremost in condemning Gov Beck ham lesS than two more weeks ago and who were predicting that Sena tor McCreary would carry Louisville by a majority exceeding 10000 votes now shake their heads and declare that conditions have undergone a change and that Beckham appears to be a winner Some of them men who were shouting for McCrear previous to the conference held here the day following the Bryan recept ion are now enthusiastic in their support of Beckham Two Sundays have passed since the Governor declared that he would enforce the law in Louisville even if it was necessary to order out the militia On both days the law wa flagrantly violated Most of the sa loons were running wide open and while ostensibly they were engaged- in selling cigars and soft drinks it is a fact well known not only to the average citizen but to the police as well that intoxicating liquors could be had most anywhere These facts were known to the Governor He is familiar with the fact that Louisvile has been wide open for the past two Sundays and yet he has not I made good his threats or even attempted to do so- Election Officers The following are the election officers for the ensuing year East HartfordC M Barnett am Leslie Combs judges Henry Fields clerk Mai vin Blacksheriff West HartfordC R Campbell and C E Morrison judges C E Smith clerk J E Bean sheriff DedaJ E Lowe and J M Hudson Judges W Q Parks clerk W F Stevens sheriff Sulphur SpringsJ B Wallace j and T C Bean judges A B Wed ding clerk J V Sproule sheriff I MaganT H Midkiff and 1 C Magan judges N W Moseley I clerk T F Midkiff sheriff Cromwell S L Stevens and H i T Porter judges C P Amosclerk sheriffI M Taylor and- I Geo W Shultz judges J N Ber r man clerk H E Brown sheriff I North Rockport J T Carter and- D L Maddox judges E C Wood burn clerk J L Brown sheriff South RockportL A McDaniel i and J E Wilson judges J T Jack- I son clerk J A Fulkerson sheriff SelectLuther Rogers and C W- Ranney judges G W Martin clerk Birch Shields sheriff Horse BranchW S Cole and P H Alford judges Mike Crahan clerk M B Crowder sheriff RosineC E Raley and Jno W Miller judges HC Crowderclerk J B Monroe sheriff i East Beaver DamWJ Thom as and W R Chapman judges J Birch Taylor clerk Elinor Barnaul sheriff West Denver DamC L Wood ward and R H Barnes edges I S Mason clerk JM Porter sher i- fMdifenryJ R Iler and John B Render judges S J Tijhnror clerk R P Beck sheriff Centertown 0 M Bishop and J Wade judges G W Roweclerk sE M Morton sheriff Smallhous S T Hunter and Sam Morton judges Clinton Igleheart clerk C T Overtonsheriff East Fordsville Joseph Marlow and J L Harder judges Roscoe Whittinghill clerk C E Fordsher iffWest Fordsville A Henderson and B H Kelley judges R L God sey clerk Tom Keown sheriff A tnavilleS L Phillips and J H Loyd Judges E H Morgan clerk E E Rhoades sheriff ShreveC T Whittinghill and John Robertson judges T E But ler clerk Lafe DeWeese sheriff OlatonN B White and Horace Daniel judges Kit C Byers clerk W B McDaniel sheriff BartlettD B Bartlett and J L Massiejudges G B Smithclerk G W Taylor sheriff HeflinT D Owen and Will Higgs judges L E Charlott clerk 1 E G Stewart sheriff CeralvoLucian Kimmel and R E Eudaley judges P L Wood clerk Lin Barnpnl sheriffhPoint Pleasant W F Condit and Joe C Bennett judges A B Tich enor clerk L C Taylor sheriff Nailows J A Bowling and Lon Phillips judges C C Carter clerk E P Moore sheriff Ralph0 W Edge and J L Pat ton judges J D Ralph clerk Lon Ralph sheriff PrentisOllie E Scott and Wil- Liam Herrel judges H B Taylor clerk J W Wilson sheriff HerbertWilliam H Miller and George Milligan judges Virgil Miller clerk 0 T Burdett sheriff ArnoldJM Shultz and J W Arnold judges Mack Cook clerk H C Keown sheriff RenderL Frances and J S Spence judges H A Barnard clerk John H Barrass sheriff to NEW BANK Farmers State Bank to Open Doors at Fordsville Oct1 I A new bank with a capital of 15 000 has been organized at Fordsville It will be known as the Fanners State Bank and will do a general banking business Some of the best business men of the county are inter ested in the newiinstitution and its success is assured The organization was effected last Monday by the elec tion of the following officers- J F Cooper T E Butler B R Kelley H J Odell J D Cpoper J N Wade and J P Gilmore direc tors J F Cooper was elected President T E Butler Vice President P C Cooper Cashier and G B Li kens Attorney The bank will occupy temporary quarters until a modern brick build ing can be erected for its occupancy Wednesdays Owensboro Messen gerin referring to the organization says At a meeting of the directors I held yesterday Ike C Adair was elected acting president and Dr J W McCarty of Fordsville Vice President There are six ap atIwas was I ferred until the next meeting The Cashier will probably be a citizen of Fordsville r Willlamslloscker Last Tuesday evening Mr G B Williams ono of the most prominentI business men of Hartford was mar thoiiF W Aufderheido 2 JM Wyoming Ave St Louis Mo The Rev J E McDonald of the JlI E church south i performed the ceremony They ar Hartfor VcdnoTdny at 2 oelocIep m andere rtt homo to their many friend WaiJUJ 60 good tio maLr lo make ties Call on 1 f LIMAS Otf UrtrrdK i Subscribe for fur RiPOflitcAN a l I u f TAGS FOR MEAT PURITY Government Arranges to Let Public Know Wbat It I BuysItag on the meat will soon tell 1thestory for the consumer md the department of agriculture is wain ing purchasers to watch the butcher as he cuts their meat for them Pelt haps the most important of the lot Ii is the one place on all primal cuts l t of the fresh meat before it leaves the abattoir This is the famous gelatin label and the chances are the I consumer tiretyIt will never see it in its en t a peculiar device made on a 1mosquito net backing and the net with the thinest sort of t gelatin The layer is in indelible blue ink and reads United Suites inspected and passed with an ar bitary number indicating the packinghouse This label is stuck on the moist pieces of meat The gelatin I dissolves out and perhaps the mos quito netting that holds it together I peels off But the blue ink stays for i keeps till it is cooked This label or appearItion The reason theIhouse within the limits of the state t I l in which case it need not bear the h stamp of approval of the important govern 1inspectors is that which will be a rubber stamp on such bacon where there is a 1skin that will take such a mark It the same in abbreviated form tof S Ins PsJ with the same sort a number indicating the packinghouse from which the goods origi nated The label is about 2 inches t square 1Theseare the two principal marks I the consumer will be interested t though there is another more like an internal revenuestamp printed on paper and about two by three I inches This is a fine piece of en graving bearing theleagle and shield in one corner with an elaborate ornamental border The inscription I reads United States Department of Agriculture Bureau of Animal Industry Inspected and Passed t This label will be canceled alter K is used by a red stamp with the name of the inspector and the number of the establishment whence the goods came This stamp is for box goods and will be on the wooden boxes of cannedstuff each can of which will also bear the owners private label approved by the department of ag riculture Boxes of canned goods cannot be carried by the railroads in interstate commerce without bear ing this stamp For meat that is don up in bur lap wrapping as much of the fresh meat is there will be a special tin tag about 12 inches long and less than half an inch broad This has a specialcatch on one end so that when the sharp end of the tin is run through the cloth wrapping and in to the catch it is impossible to get it i out again The tin strip isstnniped Inspected and Passed like the other labels and is for the guidance of the railroads who have to trans port the meat There is a big viciouslooking rubber stamp that it is hoped the public will never see It reads U S Inspected and Condemned Itis the final seal of the governments disapproval on meat before it goes to the tank for fertilizer There are also two heavy pasteboard tags one of flaming red that is attached ID meat held under suspicion for further examination and a buff colored one marked Condemned which is attached if the meat is finally withheld by the inspector A Lively Tussle with that old enemy of the race Constipation often ends in Appen dicitis To avoid all serious trouble with Stomach Liver and Bowels take Dr Kings New Life Pills They perfectly regulate these or gans without pain or discomfort Joe at Z Wayne Grillin Bro Iruggist i Selecting Corn Seed The priper time in which to select seeds is late in the fillIII winter The reason for requiring this potion of the year for so doing is be cause there is then no hurry and the work can be done better The common practice of laying the seed corn aside to r main urtiI spring i has done great damage to Me corn f urn crop as very often the excess of imperfect grains is such germinal of corn should be examined and the inferior grain shelled oil Vegeta- blej seeds also required examination for insects dampness und other stfokeepIingsupposed to be careful with his seeds but very few farmer know the con I dition of their seeds until the time comes when they are required for planting and then the farmers are j too much hurried to do anything j with them IA bath cleanses the skin and rids the pores of refuse A bath makes far better fellowship and citizenship Not only should the outside of the body be cleansed but occasional use of a laxative or cathartic opens the bowels and clears the system of effete matter Best for this arc De Witts Little Early Risers Pleasant i little pills that do not gripe or sick en Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Tl FIFTH CONVENTION j For Kentucky Development Oct i 1012 Promises To Be a i Great Meeting FifthIthat it will be a great meeting Arrangement at Winchester for the occadon are nearing completion The program however is being held up to await the filling of one or two places and will not be made public until completed thoughan excel lent one is assured The Winchester Commercial Club is going to do all it can to make the Convention a pleasant as well a as in profitable occasion The excUr examIlumber plants and to bo entertain ed with a barbecue given by the citizens of that enterprising mountain town will be a delightful trip espe cially for the delegates from the central and western part of the StateThe railroads have fixed a rate of lone fare plus 25 cents for the round trip from all points in Kentucky to Vinchester on account of the Convention This is a liberal concession on their part and is actuated by the interest which the railroads them selves have in the work of the De velopment as they realize that a i greater development of the resource of the State means a corresponding increase in their traffic Delegates to the Convention this i year are not confined to those appointed by the county judges may- orsl and commercial clubs but any upIWinI invitationi lar course This county is as good as tho best and our citizens are just as active progressive and patriotic Let us show this by sending a large delega fallIColoring Matter In Bntter At a recent meeting of Philadelphia pure butter association it was announced that acommision recent ly appointed by the fEderalsecreta ry of agriculture would meet in New York on September 18 to formulate methods and rules for carry out the theIwas to representatives from the association to comi thatjbring about some action at the next inI would legalize the use of harness coloring matter in butter The committee will also make an effort to secure some modification of the jleomargnrinclaw that will facilitate prosecutions and convictions which itInot that the offend ers knowingly violated tho federal statute Tile Size of it Clerk What kindof a hammock do you want misieSulnmerGirlOha little one Just about big enough for onebut er strong enough for two AS A CONTRIBUTORY CAUSE Great Benefits Heaped by The Farmer as the Result of a Protective Tariff iytLuele01bihu at- I It is well to mention occasionally as Speaker Cannon did at Danville that under the Republican Protective policy the United States now produces a third of the worlds man- u factu res and agricultural products thelraritfare rash in making any suchaser tion This gives the Republicans a chance to show that the diversification of industries which the Tariff has created has raised I up a home market for the farmer which has advanced the value of everything which he has to sell while the competition among the factories has cheapened everything isil far more profitable now than it was in the Democratic days before the Rebellion Farming is far more profitable likewise than it way in the Democratic days of 1S9397 when the country had its latest and severest financial panic In speaking of the countrys prosperity from any- i view point the tariff is sure to pre sent itself as a contributory causo of the good times Under sway in Buchanans days the aggregate of the countrys manufactures was slight This was an agricultural country almost solely at that time As a consepuence the farmer got Its for his products than he does IKUV Our manufactured articles in thuse days were furnished by English chiefly and the American farmer and the rest of the American consu mers paid more for them than they do now for the home products The Tariff has benefited producer and consumers There are more wage j workers in proportion to the aggregate population in 1006 than there j were in I860 the last year of Demo i cratic power prior to the Rebellion There are more wageworkers than there were in 1SPG the last year of the last Democratic president The wages in each case have made great advances Here are some of the rea sons why the Republicans in the tarn paigns of 1900 and 190H will champion the maintenanceof a tariff which will give adequate Protection to every American product which needs Protection Speaker Cannon at Damille i gave excellent reasons why the American people will in 190 elect a Republican congress to continue the magnificent work which is being done by the Republican party INo one would buy a sailboat with that could not be reefed There are always that possibility of of a little too much wind that makes Ul1proI whosel byipepsia within reach Kodol digests what you eat and restores the stom ach to the condition to properly per porm its functions Sold by Z Wayne Griflin Bro Mr Bryan Siiuldrell About It Snit IHIC City Trllano Mr Bryan will comedirect from England when he returns England was a hard and fast Tariff country until she had more outside more ships than any other five nations more money than all the rest of the world and more skilled workmen i than any other five nations She had too her mines of iron tin and coal close to her manufactories she had ample seaports all around the ticht little isle and colonies in every zone Then having the world by the throat she tore down her Tariff barriers and announced that the only enlightened economic policy was unrestricted FreeTrade A makeII She bankrupted every nation that accepted her advice she stranded this country more than once she worked her own colonies to a finish But now when Mr Bryan returns let him go out into the country and tell great agricultural masses how EUldamlItheir brains are breaking down as shown when a draft was made upon them for soldiers for the Boer wal-t Lest it might cost her artisans a lit I tie more for food and compel a little advance in their wages England permitted our prairie States to send sellIit at prices to starve her own agri cultural population until national decay has begun with them Cecil Rhodes saw it Mr Chamberlain saw it and has triod to hark it but England lives by trade and her manufactories will permit no change It will be interesting to hear Mr Bryan explain it IWhen two strong men come to blows even if they are well match ed it ho not a pleasant sight but if the man who the worst of it will use DcWittsjWitch Hazel Salve ho 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 Pointed Paragraphs a Clilcnini NeeaJ- A doctors patients are an illas sorted lot- Charity and piety are not always on speaking terms Laziness is one of the most unsat isfactory things on earth Its better to have money to burn than to have time to waste Lucky in love and unlucky at cards means that you lost by win ningNothing but six feet of earth will keep a good man down or a bad man eitherVMost men know a good deal less than they think other men think they know You will never discover a mans true nature until you permit him to owe you money When the size of a baseball dia mond is figured up it will be found to be nine by nine O 1F3RQi ILLe Bun thelimi Kind Yen Hari AINan Bsarl BJpturo Mfit J Insurance Department of Ken tucky Frankfort Aug 13th 190G Whereas The National Life Insurance Company located at Montpelier Vt possessed of the octant capital required under the laws of this Commonwealth and has com plied with all the requirements of said laws which are applicable to Life Insurance Companies incorpor ated by or doing business in other States of the United States Now therefore I Henry R Prewitt Insurance Commissoner for the State of Kentucky in puwtjanc of the authority vested in me by the laws of this Commonwealth do here by certify that C M Barnett and 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 won in this State as provided by the laws thereof In Testimony Whereof I have i hereunto subscribed myjname and causedjmy official Seal to be affixed on the day and year first above written HENRY R PUEWITT Insurance Commissioner Almost Nothing Beggar Mister Im sick and starving I aint had any food for five days- GoodmanOh come now No food atallBeggarWell nothin but health food Used to It- The aged millionaire was observed to jump nimbly from in front of the speeding automobile and hurry away Youre wonderful agile- remarhed one who had seen him i Nothing like practice replied the millionaire The man in that auto was the tax assessor IHave Checks Trusts The President and his Republican coadjutors in Congress have checked- I the trusts without filling the Tariff with holes through which might have rushed a season of foreign invasion and of the destructive com t petition of the illpaid labor of other j countries Oat T rIA Z8I1Jt1IINFANTS IN HOT WEATHER l Medical Writer Gives Some Valuable j Pointers as to Their Proper Care and Treatment I L 1olozker states that al most invariably infantile trou i bleu lime due to improper feeding Mothers milk should always be examined by the physician front nUlshlJtIsimple method The ideal wet j nurse exists only in the imagina tion in this country Laboratory N VV Old Tried True- NATIONAL I TTiJFEI OF VERMONT Fiftysix and onivhulf years of lionost con Mvniivo successful niunn umenl huts made Uiis sue of the must honored unit trusted com panies in America tno lowest combined Death and Expense rule of any Company of equal age Lntxcelledsteugth of assets guaran tees h stabilityTalk jiover with us AR1TETT SMITH Hartford Republican Office milk proiMHv jinsiTllud in one of the most vnlimldi rtHoumH of Die plivsiciiui Infants cannot all be foil alike Kviii those of the HIUIM up fedloodigestive rapacity of till child which should be the ptvcrnlni preIi wont of Kiinimer dinrrhea the writer advocates a laboratory milk or a piod clean milk The i mother ought to be educated in diarlncAs soon as this condition ap pears a teaspoonful of castor oil should be given to time patient i but no food Whisky ill 1I1IIauti j rice or barley water are also in Idicntrd Only half the quantity 10C mill that time child taut take health should be fed to it The mothers should be taught the importance of various hy picnic measures and should be i instructed in the value of fresh air water excursions clothing j for the children bathing nnd the proper rate of the napkins Medical Record I IFSH IS A PEDESTRIAN Queer Creature of Mexico Tbat Climbs a Wall Like a Fly Axolotl or fish with legs it the mime given to a queer crea ture of Mexico and Texas wliicl run swim like a fish or run on t smooth wall like u lIn can live and grow when kept constantly i in water like a true fish and yet j can live and jirow entirely awaj j from water executing a little tc drink like a true alrbreathin It it i idle 1 IAll title he can do because nn hula given him two seats oj breathing power He huts gills looking like branches of soft coral growing from each side of his thick neck which enable liiic to breathe III the water and In huts lungs which like those of o sheep or a squirrel or a man cat breathe only in the free clear air of heaven Either set can lit used as he pleases Fish are drowned when taker front the water into the air mend animals when put even for n short time under water but the axolotl cannot foe drowned anywhere Yet lie in nowhere safe for the inhabitants of the places where he is found think that his flesh IB very good to eat and catch great numbers which they cook in various ways- Manganese Fertilizer Oats peas beans and barley grow bettor it appears when they have been fertilized with pure sulphate of manganese The I small quantities of magancso I shown foy chemical analysis in animal and vegetable substances have been looked upon as acct dental and unnecessary Recent investigations however rove tended to prove that time metal Is indispensable to the living cell and Mr Hortrnml a French ex perimenter lilts found that pure sulphate of manganese has n marked fertilizing effect an application of about 50 pounds to the acre giving an increase of oatslThefertilizer however is shown by analysis to contain no more of the metal than the crop from other soil the plant seeming to require a certain definite proportion California Pacific Nortliwest and Mexico CHEAP COLONIST RATES in effect daily until Oct II 190i VIA Missouri Pfoif cail tlfC- OR bon M un ain Roto From St Louis or Memphis Through Tourist Sleepers triJllloulISOUTHWEST First and Third Tuesdays in each month Liberal limits and stopover privileges For rates map fo see nearest Ticket agent or address i R T GMATThIE1VSTPA- I Ml Nrton Illdg- Louisville Ky The Publishers I Claims SustainedI UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMS I 4DictionaryI lar Inabrkliml tlinmujjlily rrollUilliiovtrv ilctull and ratty cnrlchtd lilt nr tmtt with tllO purne of nilHptlnit It is inert tdo Inrmr and ravorcr nijulrviuvcln uuulburirriivra tlonI nro of the opinion thntthl nlloiratlon cltlIrl uccurnt ilcxrilw ttio IIIuiedited every tlutnii hot luifii trn hlln- 1lerllIrl nml U admirably uilnptnl to ruret mul evverer miuiieinentt or a irencrnlliitl whlrli ilrmam luau of pupaer gcucrutloahutIt Is porliai needle 1 tn nll I hot wo refer to the dictionary In our Jmu In I work none tho hlithot Authority In IIITurII of dellnl thou I und In fni au4I tlllIM It will bo tlio Kuurio of eiincuiit narrow I CUARLia c2 TT tiibtJwtla LAWUKNrr vTUK X- JIIHN I KTANTUX jTrrun flliltl Iji U Uiilvltlr TlF1ITrlSuoICNo i77i nlmn rtftrt In INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE thohlirheftt nirard VM irlvon tn the Interns tional ut tbu Jxiii GET THE LATEST AND BEST You rill In 1IINlln our- pecenenpayreeutfreaI Utvtamn I- llNTUNAIIONUlQCMERRIAM COn i PUOUSHERS DC A tY I 8PRINOFIELD MA- SSThousands of Acres SaleIIai prIce Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRONIMOUNTAIN ROUTE tin Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS IThroulh Pullman tlessln aid tree reeUnln chair cart Homeseekers Excursion first and third Tuesday of each pamphletaSolders r HCTOWNSEKD BTQ MATTHEWS IPuree4Sit nJtul1tv- III tUlIIIL tS0amltp- rxnP SUPPOSEDLY DOB Woman Speaks to Those About Her Preparations For Burial Being i Aladc When She Revived Caus ed Intense Excitement Glasgow Ky Sept U5 The pea ple living in the western part of the town are very much excited over the strange condition of Mrs George Burgess who with her husband jnved here from Ktoilc some five months ago Since locating here Mrs Burgess hmime afilicted with a malady said to be consumption and for several days hud boon growing worse Yes terday it was given out that she would not live luring the day She sank gradually all day until 11 oclock last night when she seemingly pas sed sway Several neighbor women were called in and the body was laid out preparatory to dressing for burial While waiting for the burial robe something like thirt Jive min utes from the time the woman had lliltlshe surprised all present by moving An investigation revealed the fact that she was breathing From the time she was thought to be dead until she moved there were no noticeable signs of life Uespiru tf on and heart action had both ceas ed and those who closed her eyes handled her body said that she was both cold and rigid i After those present had slightly recovered from their surprise re storatives were applied and in a short time she had rallied sufficiently to talk Up to this time she is still alive though her condition is very critical and her death is expected at anytime To those who helped to revive her she said It takes a long time to i die Tho Ronowal n StrainIVacation is over Again the school bell rings at morning and at II noon again with tens of thousands the hardest kind of work has begun the renewal of which is a mental and physical strain to all except tho most rugged The little girl that u few j days ago had roses in her cheeks and 4he little buy whose lips were then BO red you would have insisted that they had been kiItllIY strawber vies have already lost something of the appearance of health Now is a time when many children should be given a tonic which may avert muchserious trouble and we know j of no other so highly to be recom mended as Hoods Sarsaparilla i which strengthens the nerves per fecLs digestion and assimilation mill aids mental development by building I up the whole system To Keep Cabba geIAn excellent way to keep cabbages I is to put them close together roots in the ground and cover them so as to protect against ram first plac ing wilt hay or straw over thef heads By this plan the cabbages will keep until late in tIle spring take root and I as the stalks will throw out sprouts or greens after the heads are gone By burying thoI leads with the roots up the frost prevents their use and when theI frost leaves them the ground is damp and the heads rot It will beI found of advantage to store cabbage with the routs in the ground asI stated if for no other purpose thanI to secure the early greens When you have cold it is well to be j very careful about using anything j that will cause constipation Be C particularly careful about prepara I tions containing opiates Use Ken r nedys Laxative Honey and 1ari which stops the cough and moves tho Sold Z Wayne Griffin BroiOklahoma on Woman i Oklahoma is a real state although so new and young But shes bej admirIIerseditor of the Star of Kingfisher was asked if he ever saw a bald head ed woman Ho replied that he had not nor he added did we ever see a woman waltzing nrounfr town in her shirt sleeves with a cigar inI J t her teeth and running into ev l saloon she saw We have never seen a woman go fishing with a hot tie in her pocket sit on the damp ground all day and come home drunk at night Nor have we seen a woman yank off her coat and say she I Womans Trials toIxtllrllllll may hn v bwn un f lu Ifiirnt to riii n hiTiwlf to IIIT lonely lot 7 Tho nl scorn of this link to bled ninrltiil urn together tlm aMiiro of tlIIII oni1 pliduo 1I1llr1IIIIIIIlItdo not one limy road tint tvhnlu extent of their lNiiioliitmciit In thooyos of i ilcll u hllIIII11 ronplu when they ntmi the children of others To them the Inrufst larnllrllcI sot seem tiHinumenms chlldleulrseasily relieved liy till corn or vfakiiwson the part of the woman Dr Ilvntin Fa vorlti Ir sari viii ills Imii the moan of restoring health and frtiltfiilnesx to many tho1I0liwholtl hasIMcfOperatIvotrtatnuIItd Institute Ito ITuloN Y over which tlltlltlltamodreu are desired olid an absent mi effort should IHI mado to llnil out the real cause bypro1Mrthe various vcaknpw displace debllltutlug UrIhruudItof cures Ttnorii In raIl than nay other nIIIIrlIl up for alo through druuulsts womans ii e The Innmll PPSrlptlonAIs lendlngneural thnIIllnIIIton the vrapi er enrloslnu the battle so thislananlspaIIeiil i rail allonl to do as the formula after whlrh the Tavorllo rresHTlptlon IIII examInutlat thetecould lick any ram in town God bless her shes not built teal way Doctors Aro Puzzled The remarkable recovery of Ken loth Mclver of Vanceboro Me is the subject of much interest to the medical fraternity and a wide circle IIC friends He says of his case Owing to severe inflammation of the Throat and congestion of the Lungs three doctors gave me up to die when as a last resort I wasI induced to try Dr Kings New lovcry and I am happy to say ill saved my life Cures the worst Coughs and Colds Bronchitis Tonsi itis Weak Lungs Hoarseness and La Grippe Guaranteed at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store f0c and 100 Trial bottle free I New Jury Law Under the new law the Judge is required to draw names of jurors from the wheel instead of calling bystanders when the regular num her is exhausted in making up the grand and petit jurors for Circuit Court Heretofore it has been an easy matter to secure enough men from those hanging around the ourt house but now the Sheriff must summon those whose names are drawn from the wheel In this way professional jurors that is those who hang around in hopes of Icing called are put out of busi css While it requires much more work for the Sheriff yet the iw is a good oneiTorturo By Savages Speaking of the torture to which some of the savage tribes in the hilippines subject their captives reminds mo of the intense suffering endured for three months froin in animation wf the Kidneys says W M Sherman of Cushing Me triltlj81eclricwhich completely cured me Cures Liver Complaint Dyspepsia Blood I isorders and Malaria and restores ic weak and nervous to robust ealth Guaranteed by Z WnynoII Griffin Bro druggist I A Great Country is This The United States is the only ountry in which the son of the lorest mechanic or laboring man nay become its ruler and where the daughter of a farmer may become the wife of a President and they mother of Senators It is the only j country where all earthly honors are within the reach of every citizen where it depends upon the individual himself whether he will Senator or a streetsweeper a railI iad president or a railroad s md millionaire or pauper u gen I ralor a policeman a banker or a bankrupt 1 Good for the cough removes the- cold the cause of the cough the work of Kennedys LaxativeI originnllaxajlive opiates Sold by Z Wayne Griffin j Bro = A8V OXIX A BIWlh Yw HawAtajs Baqb 61aitue i7ThYftIZCaI I HUNTED UMBRELLA Did McLean County Couple While Carrying It Over Them In Malting the Search lonw bon Ingnlrrrl Island Ky Sept 22A few days ago Mi Medders and wife were re turning from Island to their home in the country When several miles from town they missed their um brcllu They searched all through their buggy without finding the missing article They then turned back toward town and were search ing along the highway to see if they could find it supposing that it had dropped from the buggy They had shout despaired of finding it when they were overtaken by a stranger who seeing that they appeared to be hunting for something asked them what they had lost and thev replied that they had lost an um brella He asked them what they called that which Mrs Medders was holding over them They were rid ing in an open buggy and Mrs Med dera had been carrying the umbrella over them over since they had left town Mrs Medders blames Mr Medders for not looking up while he was hunting for the umbrella and Mr Medders says his wife certainly ought to have known that she was carrying it The joke is on bothof them and both are being teasel very much by their friends but they take it good naturedly and seem to get as much enjoyment out of the joke as their friends 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 j rather remained undone A hastily eaten meal and its resultant headache may cause us social or financial loss The wise man or woman is the one who relieves little ills of this i sort by a little dose of Kodol For callandshape Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro o The Sure Thing I A successful financier with a reputation for conservatism was ap proached by a callow but hopeful friend seeking advice in regard to an intended invlStmentIJones wants me to take some mining stock that he says will pay at lust 50 per cent per annum and is ni sure thing he said The financier stroked his mustache Well he said slowly personally I should prefer 5 percent with a little uncertainty A Scientific Wonder The cures that stand to its credit make Bucklens Arnica Salve n scientific wonder It cured E R Mul ford lecturer for the Husbandry Waynesboro Pa ofI distressing case of Piles It heals the worst Burns Sores Boils Ulcers Cuts Wounds Chilblains and Salt Rheum Only 25c at Z i Wayne Grifim Bros thug store A Kansas Girl Graduate i A Kansas girl Graduate to whom had been assigned the theme Beyond the Alps Lies Italy wrote this essay I do not care a cent whether Italy lies beyond the Alps or in Missouri I do not expect to set the river on fire vith my future career i I am glad that I have a very Throat Coughs A tickling in the throat hoarseness at times adeep breath irritates itthesea- re features ofa throat cough Theyre very de ceptive and a cough mix ture wont cure them You want something that will heal the inflamed membranes enrich the bloodand tone up the system t Scotts Emulsioni- s just such a remedyi It wonderful healing andnourishing power Removes the cause of the cough and the whole system is given new i strengthand vigor v Sind ftefree umfb SCOTT BOWNE Chemist 409415 Pearl Strut Ntw York I SOt and z OO Jill d U1IIII i good luwition hut I am not going to iri ire it ty wriinn essays or po try on till future woman It will eiitlilf me to correct the grams mer ol my lover I may have should he spcak of ilorgs in my presence or sivn a man It will also come i handy when I want to figure out how many pounds of soap a woman can g t for three dozen eggs at the theIjustiany town who can tend an 80 acre farm and who has no female relatives to come around and try and boss the ranch I will agree to cook dinners for him i that wont send him to an early grave and lavish upon him a whole sumo affection and to see that his razor has not been used to cut broom wire when he wants to shave I do not cure if I get a little rusty on the rule of three and kindred things as the years go by There is more Catarrh in this section 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 by constantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catar rah to he a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrah Cure manufactured by FI Cheney Co Toledo Jiio 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 hundred dollars for any case it oneI to cure Send for circulars and timonials Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 75 Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Kentuckies Names Kentucky is known as the Corn Cracker State from a game bird en joying the same name which was formerly found ingreat abundance most parts of the State It is also called the Blue Grass State from from the belt of land running through the center in which this variety of grows to perfection In the early days of history it was known as the Dark Bloody Ground being so termed by the Indians It was then a debatable land between the Indians living north of the Ohio and those living in the mountains of Tennessee and Georgia a sort of battle ground for these tribes which fact gave it the name long before it was setttled by the whites OASTOazAgar IlseThe KM You liars Mays Boofchl 81 f4cPacking Apples- In pacing apples for market first assort them so that they will run uniform in size and quality Pack in sound clean barrelsbarrels with lint hoops preferred Turn the up per head lint place a large sheet of white paper next the head then pack the first layer of apples with the stun ends upon the head Pack alllpIesbruising the fruit Shake down thoroughly and fill so full that the head must be passed in with a lever or barrell press then fasten the conItainedpacking enhances the value when sellingIWilling to Oblige Hut protested the pert young housewife you oJtht to take off something for the holes in these doughnutsIVery well madam repled the wise baker Ill allow you one cent each for the holes when you return them CASTORIA i For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- 61gntnre TI of r fThe Autocrat First Tenant Hear the good news Second TenantNo what First TenantThe janitor is going to grant us constitution l fci i111 rJt rl mnxCQU I Tlio Kind You Have Always BonO l anti which has been in uso for oer 30 years Las borne time signature oS rt and Las liecnmrdo under his per sonnl supariislon since Its Inftincy Allow no ono to deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger time health of Infants anti Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Costoria is a hnrinlcsn substitute for Castor OH Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms VilldIStomach und Bowels giving healthy anti natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho mothers Friend GENUINE CASTOR ALWAYS S Bears the Signaturo ofZ n The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMC CimMlft COMPANY TT UBKAr starT DCW VORK CRY A 1a y OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125Tu- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUWICAN and CourierJournal 150 TilE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GloboDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 TILE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Owensborolnquirer 175 lIIE REPUULICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceuWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REIUHUCAN and National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN im BBEg a RANDALL T COLLINS K WAYNE GRIFFIN 1m When in Louisville 4STOP ATj 1mSet1tlirtgs m M EUROPEAN HOTEL i f iTheHome for Ohio County People Elegant Rooms mid Polito Attention S W Corner Second and Juilerson Streets GRIFFINPropsP IBJ j 17B a tgE m- ub J24suYs L SCHOLARSHIPuntil the 100 allotted to tosold at n dlaoonnt on wWont of the oiwuicir of our EvnnsvilJo Col lege are BOld No vacation enter anyt- imeDRAUGHONS CC COR THIRD MAUrICAPITAL Endorsed try Inulnost men from Maine to California 17 ycurn1 undoes Wo Ilboo tooch BY MAIL Writo for prices I POSITIONS SECURED lI Ion I Cataloinin I ADd TRADE MARKD ffC17 O 1 lIn as counliHA or no fe PATENTS THAT PAY limn At OUt rpoe and telnou to rutte4 fiend model too or wrick for C rfport on paUabUiiUty W ywr pnctira 8UR PASSING REFERENCES For fm Unlit nook on rrualdllLteuls writ la BO3BOS Seventh OtrootWASHINGTON D C =s + m oI dBIG FOURN- ew t York Central Lines A rThe Best Line to I Indianapolis Peoria I Chicago II ToledoDetroit f Cleveland Ie Buffalo New York i Boston i And all other points East IIllforumlion cheerfully fur Iat City Ticket Office Big Four No I toII A Gcnl Agent Passenger DeptjLouisville Ky- i H J RHEIN Agentf ItCa CureIwhat mitt eat t rfG hW N 1 t 4fIartf0tci Republican ilIaUf1liy the Hnrtorl rnlill hlnKlouiinnv isconrnRAvril ldllonUcs rnotco- Cu IcranM3F augh Z ver 23 aFRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28 f REPUBLICAN TICKET roe rsnnrss M L HEAVRIN OlUhlnrountt ANNOUNCEMENTS IIWliflOSfor ItepnuutIIn th Ictirnil Aiwmlily from thiptbJMlMHiitilrt ultJeotI loll mlloii ol the llrpubllan party W nrsthurld In iimiourro 1LAatxrlt nstt nKNIIddhrec lrnH rt 11 onnOIluK for lirprr Mtiitlrv In thr 111 Ar pinbljr from 1thhth thtlrtrletabprt tnth artlon off plrty- trenresnlhorlrItoonnnunn w IAIIK ot nartlfttV IrpHiwt it mndldntr for Reprn tntlvpln th h nrnlsemhly romtlilithvlftb illntrlct uhj ot to tlipiiPllunottbp ltpiiil tlcna 11IExamlno tho Inbalon your paper If It Is not correct notify us r 1REGlS H forget to register IDOST i forget to register Tuesday I NEXT Tuesday is registration day A VOTE for Heavrin is a vote for j continued prosperity t iNoDOUBT President Palma will iralsodeclare against a third term I weeding out process has j Ifbegun for the Democratic primary ingfj tions =REPUBLICANS register next Tues day between the hours of G a mi and 9 p m Onto Democrats have asked Mr Bryan to keep out of their State until after the election I TilE effort seems to be toI guide Mr Bryan into sections where he will do the least harm A VOTE for Johnson is a vote for uncertainty business contraction resultant low prices in farm pro H I d uctsIt IF you live in ant incorporated i town and wish to vote at the November election you must register next Tuesday A Niw JERSEY minister ndvuos the young ludie of hi congregation 10 keep the young men guessing Adiiire wnttcd a enCOL WATTSHKON is still holding on toa roar neat in the Bryan bund vagon but his anxiety as to whither he w going is something pitiful aaWYt Mann ONKieasoii there arc BO few RIt publican county paper in Kentucky- may bt traced to the fact that a IIlarge per cent of Republicans whenI in position to give material aid toI this class of journals take pride patronizing some Democratic enterprise instead A IMrI wwlnr MMM TUB late Democratic Iveghlalure although importuned to repeal theI odio registration law aftectini fifth arid sixth class towns rcfuittJ to do so If you live in ah tocoi j or nted town no matter how small you tnuat juit you work next Tues day long enough to register or lose your voteiM 4r II Kentucky owned the oral rail roads the State Legislature would control thorn As at present dill I trictod Ohio county would have i about oneeighth the voice that Spencer Bullitt Hnmick y Mc Lean would have Ohio county t would not have influence enough toI get a fattt train atopptd at my sta tion in her bordor LwN + MYNwuwvSW E have revived The T NO Ta irt Syetelre Ctimpnr a book of 218 pages prepared by lion H B Conk of fte Louille bar It is t the moat complete work of the Vird v- wtI have ever Ketn toil eonta I i invjuubii info nation It VuM le ii ant h i1 of iVe one who dei t free to be posted upon hot ands t of a question which will be uppermost in the next Ircsidentirl crti t paigu t I r Now THAT the iiioko hu cleared u i somewhat from the scrap of those t 4- j d whl have been wastirjr the Po1m- onoy in holding an ulUuft State i Fair the taxpayers should make a few mental resolve The Stale Fair for which the State contributes annually 15000 is simply a part of the Democratic State machine a sort of preserve for a lot of henchmen not otherwise provided for It developed during the row in the management last week that one of perlyearexcept breathe easy If we mistake not the taxpayers will next year stamp Where a vote will be counted- to stamp out this graft along with numerous others which are daily coming to light BRYAN AND HIS MANAGERS In the early years of the Republic we had leaders who directed the people along lines of principle These leaders were men who gave political questions mature thought always with an eye single to the best interests of our whole country Now the leaders too often put their ears to the ground to catch indica tions of ground swells in public thought and are carried away by every passing breeze Just now we have the spectacle of the leaders of a once great political party frantic in an endeavor to get a prospective Presidential candidate to modify his principles for fear it may not suit the people In other words they want him to act a lie to catch votes Mr Bryan has always been given credit for courage of his convictions right or wrong If he allows these wouldbeleaders to handle him as some of the press predict he will forfeit a large element of strength and the good opinion of all persons j who have contended that he wasi true to his convictions GLARING STICEI The late session of the Kentucky Legislature passed what was known as the State Normal School bill Under its provisions two Normal Schools were provided for at an ex pense to the State of 50000 per year Later one of these schools was located at Richmond and the other at Bowling Green Each is to receive 25000 from the State reve nue As a sop for this outlay of money drawn from the taxpayers it was provided that each Representative district should be entitled to i ten free schoolarships in one of these schools every year Then in the closing hours of the session this same Legislature proceeded to deprive the county of Ohio of her right to exist longer as a Represen live district in order to make little Spencer and little Bullitt separate districts The result is that at present unless the Court of Appeals declares the redistricting act voidi Ohio county gets five scholarships Butler three and Edmunson two While Hancock geta test McLean ten and even little Spencer with one eighth the population of this district as at print constituted is i omitted to ten If Hancock iii entitled to ton Ohio should have thirty If Spencer is to set ten the district composed of Ohio Butler uid iihnonson should be given lighhi scholarships We ask the worthy hard worked teachers of Ohio County who should j bo mOlt benefited by these schools what thay think of this 5anple oi Democratic injustice Only five i scholarships will go to teachers of county when they should huve louble that number while Hancock with onethird our population tail the awarded ten When you go to the polls to vote at tin November election you will find just one oiTi cor to he voted for Representative n the Conprws of the United States here are two candidates HOII1 L Heavrin of Ohio County mid lion Pen Johrson of Nelson conn y When you cant your vote re nember tint Mr Johnson the Dem Dcratic candidate us a member of the State Senate last spring voted o fasten upon us this piece of aJ nil injustice in depriving our teachI tn of half the number of Normal School scholarships to which they hould be entitled AS TO NONHARTISAN hOARDS the ViHiilccvl Jiitrmil Iorm srly the Hnrifom Ijcinlil admits al ve said last week about the mis jiiufigement of ode Slate Chartiablo limtitutions by irenly tiling the n iiov i of IAmts House Keeper Vihliae by the Ohio CJlHl1 Fisoi I Court as a set oil To the minds of he Woodcock editors no doubt his set oil entirely answers the hole care They are notconcerned bout the removal of a good mil in he person of Mr C R Campbell by t a Democratic Fiscal Court to inn o room for Mr Wallace Nor do they enlarge upon the statement that Mr Wallace had been reelected for a term of tim years by the outgoing Fiscal Court only three months be fore In fact the court attempted to elect Mr Wallace for four years and they might just as well have elected him for life We suspect the e ff o r t of the Dem ocratic Fiscal Court to exceed its authority and elect an alms house keeper for the incoming Republican Fiscal Court had as much to do with the prompt change of keepers as j anything else However the in mates nor the interests of the counly suffered by the change as the Fiscal Court selected one of the best men t in Ohio county and no charge of mismanagement or scandal hud been lodged against him when he died The Herald concludes its knock out editorial with this piece of information Then again we never heard of any nonpartisan boards at the asylum while Mr Bradley was Governor In this statement the Herald editors make thcmselv both rediculous and ludicrous There were Democrats as well as Republicans on all the Asylum Boards during all of Governor Brad leys administration The recent Democratic Legislature abolished the individual Asylum Boards mill put all the State Charitable Institutions under one Board of three per- Sons at a salary of 2500 each with a clerk at a salary of 1200 The old Boards served gratis This new- Board was clothed with absolute power of appointment and removal of all employes at these Institutions Gov Beckham appointed three men who were not only partisan but of fensively so To keep from being rediculojs and ludicrous the Herald editors should know if possible what they are talking about before they at tempt to discus live topics In other words they should learn to swim j before they get into deep water or better still in this case take the old womans advice to her son dont go near the water until you know how to swim For SaleIA 90 acre farm half river bottom 30 acres timber 3 miles from Green river 1J miles from Paradise I j miles from Echols 5 miles from Rockport 8 miles from McHenry Has good five room dwelling barn 50x50 plenty of water small orchard price 900 BARNETT SIITIIIHartford Ky i SfilALLHOUS Mr and Mrs Kittingcr of Island Ky were in our midst Saturday and Sunday to see their son Mr Oppie Kittinger who is quite sick Mr and Mrs James Trunneil children of Utica are the RndI their parents Mr and Mrs Hunter and other relatives Mr Finis Fields of Paduvrh was in our midst Sunday the guest of his sister Mrs Jack Ibid Mr Wnyne Smith wife and sister Bliss Dosie and Mr John Murphey of Olaton were the guests of Mr Orlando week Cox the latter part of the I tho1hOlneM P Maddox Mr Arthur Johns Nelson wRithe guest of Mr and Mrs Fred Boone Thursday night Mr Alva Callowuy went to Beaver Dam Monday Miss Antis Culbertson of Central City who has been the guest of Misses Ida Ula and Altha Adding ton has returned home Mr Fred Boone and family were the guests of Mr John Boone and futility of Render recently Quite a nuinbtc from this place I ultepded the Fair at Hartford Saturday i i Misses Alice Fulkerson Oma lladI dox and Augusta Geiger visited in und neat Hnrtford IiMt week Miss Alyce Fulkerson is visiting at j Central City Mrs Johnson of Central City was the guest Of Mrs John Lewis Me WNY rr Wr l + rrwrrrwar4w Get RidIof ScrofulaBunches eruptions Inflammations sore nr 3 of the eyelids and ears diseases ol the IWPI rickets dyspepsia catarrh wasting rio unly tome ot the troubles It causes It Is u very active evil waking havoc oi the whole 88IemIrsapariUaI Eradicates It cure all Its manUestatlone and builds up the whole system Acctpt DO substitute a Th 2L JI Heart Beat n7Yes 100000 times each day J Does it send out good blood or bad blood You know for CC good blood is good health i bad blood bad health And you know precisely what to c take for bad blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Doctors have endorsed it for 60 years One frequent Mm of tail Mood It n ntnzjlih liver riixiurr rnnnlrxiioii 1mr000ar- nbrtattre ii me nMorbftl into tiio blood Krtf the bowels open wlili Ayers 1IIU C na aurgauoncarau rsr+craeum O ATrr Co Lowell Mara ANadO Also 1 Cjlcccee Jc Wo have no teoretat Wo pnblleh rthe formula of all our medicine t Vtn q last week J Mr S C Lnliris and Misses Fred jMrsford a fnw days last week Mrs Tom Martin of Louisville is Jthe guest of Mr James Bullock and family i Muster Hurry Houk spent last j JC week with his cousins Masters Berry Ray and Charlie Hawkins of Hartford ri RENDER i L P Mites of Horton and D G Young of Heaver Dam were here slast fhursdllYIMrs Jno S Spence and idle lashFriday2t Mines teas here last Fridayi r OCHartfordurday Jno H liarrass attended theC State Fair in Louisville last Friday and Saturday Mr and Mrs G B Roll were in I f Beaver Dam last SaturdayIMr and Mrs g the day in Horton last Sunday j f 0Vm LalTbon moved from here to 2 Broadway Mines last Sunday i Mrs Jno F Hocker went to CleaJ gWTenn was the guest of his uunt Mrs Jno S Spence yesterdayt Frank J Losson of Louisville was here yesterday B B Fortney and Jas Lacefield of Central City and Chas Robison of Taylor Mines were here today Sam James Sr went to Owens boro today o fwentMiss Lylian Evcrly of Herrin Ill fis the guest of her brother Alney College notes cQuite a number of new pupils 1dcpnltmJnthave matriculated are Wars Simps Johnson Owen Wells and Jesse C Smith a former pupil Aimer Porter has enrolli 1 in the sub collegiale department JMitts Susie Wright of Central City was a pleasant visitor Tuesday mornj lag at Chapel exercises Conner Ford resumed his work at ty school Tuesday after several days absenceThe are very thankful to q fthe president and trustees for the holiday that was given during the FairMiss Lorena Saunders who spent p tho vacation at Uniontovui entered lschool Monday Miss Octavia HOI of Davit i county will enter school soon 1 Miss Gola Cecil daughtorol Janus Cecil presented Prof and Mrs L N i Gray with a peck of fine peat rfhich took the premium at the OhioII ICounty Fair Miss Goldas anembunce of her teachers was greatly appreciated by them I HERUERT Sept 25Ihe farmers in this i cinity are about through cutting tofibacco T Miss Ora Haynes is quite sick Lei Miss Lucile Miller of Owensboro we is the guest of Misses Hallie andtMabel MillerafthOTOlduhoml1l1l1Air Wilter lledralf is veiling his j brother in Missouri un- ftlnj Zoo Ford is on the sick list jja Elias Lyons is slowly improving j j Miss Baxter Miller is visiting rela a t lives at Philpot j Mrs Mollie Miller who has been hoi the guest of her daughter Mrs J Je t oJ eo1 J oIt f wr 06 E D I Bariles of PI40f 4 HEADY READY READY With the Ingest boat anti broadest stock of hall totals wo over haul Our buyors airu kill depitrtwour rtJc its share of nil that is newest and bust 1C very NEW GOUD thing that Pniiio Fashion has inaugui+ o t atid is repiwoutod in this most wonderful h collection of fiLIIanrl winter wearables It wai the work of weeks to anther this beautiful array Rc e of Fall Merchandise It is now on stile ready for your inspection Honiembt your dollar at uathis store sioets as till and buys as much stun as 5any other mans dollar in the world Eol7farticle marked in plain figures and ONK IMlUMtJ to usury customor We invite you to como and see for yourself Wo honestly 1llove you are losing money hlIot supplying your needs front Aout1TtVPlaids Plaids I DRESS GOODS AND READY MADE SKIRTS In Silks Mohair Suitings in fact in every 3 nowG t o oust out of 011Mselections for full You win come here and get j just whut real style i in materials or ready 4mule Skirts j oO New Millinery SMART PRETTY HATS FOR FALL Ithoment Our ybowinjs will give you the exact idea of the prevailing styls Miss Alerrie s3 i expects to have the pleasure of showing yuuJthe nicest creations in New Hat for fall wearsq Beaver Darn 4 tjiv vSvJr viV6 4wZL1 e 4T lVr ar Ift Loo u rnm d rftJ J t tiJ R W King JEWELER AND OPTICIAN HARTFORD Yjtr ISilclat 1 ots i c StrcetI e u dn r of Roy nolds the ek has returned home of Dee ifekl or a has retuvnH- no accompanied her sestet ttieIlr D A MillfiVl duuiterl- iiflara Mru Weave rtlutt Of WRittisvills n ii at vo in h1lmenfterI Iii tr fne4egr3 kinds of work done with neatness and patch firing your Clocks Watch 4 Eyeglasses or Jewelry tome jy- ilegant Shirt Sets Kflt Hackles Cullur Rut itons Rings lint iatches Ch9 UII NlI All tho very lowest prices I I3 ei oF I311 = in S8 I206 Main In the I1 AAt M t1l lord Taylor prst Birdie Barnett weeks visit by the totsII today Irs bL Miller weeks stay All Repair die Wllist Pinll A terrrelatives at Render last Saturday and Sunday Dr Barrett and wife of Dean Ilayne3this Notice to Tax Payers r beforeinterest cost of tax warrant is 1 addedR MARTINSOC r i o4t l4G M r M U o 1tft i tAt Firs0Wo are all interested in tho Now hull Wear but t just where to find tho latest sometimes puzzles us Wo j wtuit to make easy this puzzling question by inviting you to our store where you cut obtain the very now est tho market affords If our prices and styles are not satisfactory dont buy Wo will certainly thank you for the privilego of showing you A wf Fairs Ncw Belts- A A now Bolt is an esson tial to every well dressed lady The styles aro nu merous but tho really now Holts are tho Plaids We have them Lovely qual ities for only 25i r the the We Fairs Fall Millinery Fur to aflirm that our Millinery is the latest cheapest otc might bo meaningless to you But there things we know We try to got the latest Wo employ experienced trimmers Wo try to be courteous to our trade Wo sell as low as wo can adhering to tho above rules we find that our lady 1d friends it as our continuous since our E- j opening indicates We extend to you special invi tation this department Fairs Dress Goods j Our lines of hull Dress Goods aro the prettiest ov er shown Both Plaids and plain sheets are styl ish Our ealeslady in this department willcheerfully give you information re garding the making etc We carry in stock a com plete line of McCall Pat terns at l and llicnoneh- igher Visit us You will be pleased with our goods and prices I I to A FRIDAY 28 Illinois Contral Tablo North llauul KtmtH llnnnil- No IS lu In ni SIIIOI IIIP 4S Jfo16211I u j tBnp n I I ulll du PM O1O h For Rugs and Cm pets see Carson 0 For School Shoes cnhon Carson I Co The prettiest millinery is found at j Fairs Cold drinks of all kinds at City Restaurant j Fresh Fish and Oysters at City Davis SunnycWe crled to us Tu do Isnt that Ladies Parlor at City Restaurant a beauty t We sell high grade goods at low prices at Carson Co JMr G if Smith Taffy was a I caller Monday Oh myI what fine Cream and Sherbet at City Restaurant Scholarship in Massey Business t College for sale at this ofiicei My My aint the City Restaurant swell since its new addition V Amos Slack Shreve was a a pleasant caler last 0J rThe celebrated Carhartf Overalls I a for men are at 1 Iw Silks Why Plaids of course Everybody wants a Plaid Silk 11aist Folks say urns are prettiest in town want to show thom to you t us are some By appreciate rush a t to visit Oc see Mr Fairs t lust a trifle early to talk Cloaks but a mighty good time to look around and yourself with the styles Wo want to show you whether wo sell you or not We are sure our styles and prices will in terest Our Chil Irons Cloaks aro decid ly the nicest we have ever shown So bear in mind when come direct to Fairs for Cloaks Shoes YfttHrrrHt 21T rt11trtt7t11 Hartford Republican SEPTEMBER RnllrondTlmo SnilldnalellnIIIo- 17bIiI RestaurantMr pleasant Saturdayt atiaC jWhat FursE acquaint shopping Hats The greatest variety of mens new fall suits arc at Fairs We are headquarters for Furniture CAHSON Co Dont he pursuaded to buy n cloac until you look at Fairs Call on Lida Morton for the latest fa Hats at Carson Cos Cheese Sausage Boiled Ham and trackers at City Restaurant Mr J W Stevens Utica was a verb pleasant caller Tuesday The Burro Jap Shoes for men at airs Every pair warranted Mr G C Dodson Louisville made us a pleasant call last Saturday Why buy carricdovcr Dress good when Fairs can show you the latest Assessor S W Leach Rob Roy was a very pleasant caller Tuesday Get your Meals and Lunches at City Restaurant Best in Hartford Editor C E Smith made a flying visit to Loitchlleld on business Mon lay Coca Cola Soda Pop Lemmonade Ginger Ale ice cold at City Restaurant For Scholarship m the Bowling Greek Business College apply at this lice ltessrsSimon Jones arnEl Bar ass Sr Render were pleasant callers Tuesday Mr D F Gibbs senior member of jibbs Dry Goods Co Rockport was pleasant caller Tuesday m Get your Fertilizer Field Seeds and Farm Implements from D L iandefur Beaver Dam Ky 75t FOR SALEA scholarship in the Hartford Business Institute Call n or address Tim REPUBLICAN y A 1 i Gun Guns Gun1 Where A U S Cnnwns l1t i Mr W M Hudson attended th I show at Owensboro Tuesday j Fresh Oysters Fish and everythin I good teat at City Restaurant- Dr A F Stanley attended th Barnum Daily show at Owensbon Tuesday groceriesII Fairs prices on School Shoes ar right None better than our Pries meyeV linei We have a few fine buggies lef that we will close at a very low price CARSON Co For the lands sake get your Ra Bone from D L D Sandefur Bea i er Dam Ky 113 Born to the wife of Isaac Shown neighborhoodj Mr G B Likens was in Fordsvill and Owensboro on legal business thc first of the week j The rush countinues in Fairs Mil adIevery YMiss Maude Richmond Calhoun visited friends and relatives her during the fair City Restaurant is the place to Sfet I everything good toeat Nice am i c1eanfineservice IThe tough River Teltphone Cos new board has arrived and is now being installed IMrs Delia London of Henderson j the family of C M Barnet several days last week Mr F L Sanderfur left Tuesda to resume his duties as storckeepe gauger at Addison Ky youngiRepublican Office Hartford Ky McCall Patterns lOc and 16non higher Also expert salesladies I i show you the latest at Fairs n4j After a few days visit to Mrs B Liken Mrs W P Her returnee to her home at Rockport Sunday City Restaurant has always treated it customers white but will be able now to treat them whiter- Leave your laundry at Cleve Her PromptIdry 4fitf Senator A S Bennett of Louis rule who has been visiting relative in and near town left for his homi Monday iMissc Lizzie Males Alberta and Mary King Central City were tin guests of Mrs E J Hudson durinj the Fairj Misses Stella Etta and Lil Thomas lot yesterday for Cincinna- tiI where home they will make their fu- turej Mr Sam P Render of Norman Okla called on us Monday and at j ranged to become one of our perma nont readers to Moore Crabtree for fresl IGo Groceries They handle tho that can be bought and sell n heap ns the cheapest j For sale IfiO acres of land withi three miles of Hartford A bargai n PjCancer removed without tin i knifealso indolent ulcers Nocun no pay Write to Dr G B Dock ely Bradfordsville Ky 9tS Miss Maiie Edwards who hz been visiting Misses Frnnio Cox ant- Hattie Barnett left Wednesday her home at Elklon Ky IMrs Harriett Stone od granddaughter Miss Artie Porter Caney ville were the guests of their cousin Mrs Steve Duke from Friday anti Monday Mrs Mnry White and son Sarr uel after several weeks visit at thc home of Mrs Whites father Capt S K Cox left Tuesday for thei home m Charleston Mo We will buy your Chickens Ducks Calves Lambs Etc and pay highest cash price Live stock receive Ion Monday before 9 oclock HAUTFOKD COMMISSION Co Rev A B Gardner began a se ries of meetings at the Baptis church Sunday and has been delivering some able sermons during thi week It is hoped and believed tha much good will be accomplished I JPot Ii r At i lLitl J1I1W iJrrnett is qt tsick fof car Ire Economic buyers should visit Fairs b1smvll Everything 5c and lOc nothing higherg The illIItilii sotuum will soon be ammunitionoMrs Jnhn McFadden of Alachua Fla is the guest of her brother R J Mason of Buford Miss Pauline Smith of Ceralvo EeW C Dennett and daughter I l IMr rvtuiiod Wednesday from a s visit to Louisville DrIJ E Westmoreland Owens boro was the guest of his Roy and Guy Forrester dutcousinsIi Fair Arch Lewis is quite ill at Calhoun Iwhere he is stationed as manager of I Turley Company business house Born to the wife of Alonzo Hoov Iet of Beda on tho 23rd inst a fine boy He has been christened Ever IMrs Ella D Boone left yesterday for her home in Louisville after a few weeks visit to her sister Mrs I F Mr L FelixIdaysivisitJ C Bennettiwife of Mr Moses IWuinicaof the Beda Neighborhood a fine boy Dr S W j Crowe attending physicianIMr mid Mrs Taylor Bartley Rom ney Intiarc celebrating the arri i eightrI Dr C 11 Heavrin and sons Ma rion and Hubert of Owensboro were the guests of Mr M L Heav rin and wife during the Fair Miss Hattie Barnett who has been been ill of typhoid fever for the past several weeks has sufficient ly recovered to be able to sit up n daughdRockport died Monday and was buried at Woodbury Wednesday Mrs Susan London of Spotlsvllle visited relatives in and near towns last week She was joined by her son Clarence and left for home Sun day Mr Rowan Holbrook has sold his residence on Mulberry street to Mr I Art Pirtle of Hefiin Mr Pirtle will move to same the first of next year Take your Chickens Butter and Eggs to Mooro Crabtree Hart ford They will pay you the high est market price in moats or groceries t WANTED One good man to sell AddressII i ed weekly mot j MrC1 nccnd wife re turned to their hom at Louisville Sunday after visiting Mr Renders- I parents Mr and Mrs W ll Ren der for saVnrul days J 1 Judge J P Miller has sold his res- I idencp on Clay strict to County I Clerk W S Tinsley and will in a short time move to Cromwoll to be come cashier of a bank While attending the Far Irst Sat urday J A Johnson Not reek stepped on a small block of wood and sprained his prkle so severely that he has been on crutches since 41 Schroaters Floating Studio is still at Hartfords landing They are rout belter prepared thun ever to tuin uptodate potographs Get your work done before winter sets in lltf Some one either stole Rod later- j iabandoned or intentionally broke fn Ilo Walkers stable Monthly night and tin ned his horse out The j horse was found cast of Hertford next morningI fhe Fiscal Court of Olio county will convene in re ular session next Tuesday Besides the regular business an almshouse keeper will be elected to fill the vacancy caused by I i the death of C R Stevens IVANrneGentlemen or lady j with good references to travel by tail or with a rigfor firm oC250 00000 capital Salary 107200 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses advanced Address with stump Jos A Alexander Hartford Ky 10mG 11G nr 1s I iII i I r ClosedoiIThis YIstore will be closed TOD Sand TOMORROW September 28th and 29thon account of Jewish Hoti days and will he opened Monday morning Oct I Watch for this ads next week iSAMBACH t i II 1 1 jOr i JOOOO The Industrial Forces of Ohio I county will give agrand barbecue at Williams grove near Mcllenry to j repIutaUonpany H will give an exhibition drillI Lon Hall of Jingo was tried at a special term of court held here Tues day for the offense of using abusive and insulting language in the pres ence of a lady and was fined 25 and cost He was unable to pay of re plevy same apd was ordered to jail to serve it out Mrs Tom Cog hill was the prosecuting witness Bank Ogaflizcd ICromwell Cromwell have been filed- At a meeting of the stockholders Wednesday a building commiteewas- appointed consisting of T E Cooper J J Stewart and B P Flener and the committee was authorized to i proceed at once J P Miller and i G B Likens were appointed a com mittee to purchase a safe station ery and furniture On yesterday i the Committee placed an order for the best burglarproof Nosier patent screw door safe Next Wednesday another meeting will be held at Cromwell toelcct officers The bask is expected to be open and ready for business on the 1st day of November Many substantial citi zens of Cromwell and community are stockholders Those who are interested from Hartford are J P Miller G B Likens and Prof L N Gray Wow Cashier Morton At a meeting of the stockholdeis and directors of the Island Deposit Bank of Island Ky last Monday Mr T J Morton was elected cashier Mr Morton has signified his inten tion to accept the position and begin his duties the first of next January Mr Morton is now junior member of the firm of Carson Co and will retain his interest in the company after he assumes the du ties of his new position He succeeds r Mr W B Rowe who resigned on account of his health Mr Morton is an excellent business man and the patrons as well as the stockholders of the brnk are quito fortunate in securning his services Hartford regrets very much to lose Mr Morton rnd his good wife They are prominent workers in everything which tends to improve our town Lcwfsveddinff At the residence of the Rev J A Lewis Wednesday evening Mr George Lewis wasunited in marriage to Miss Artie Wedding Rev Lewis spoke the consociating words in his usual happy way The bride is the beautifuland accomplished daughter of Dr S J Wedding The groom is the son ofMra M A Lewis and is quite popular He is assistant cashier of the Ohio County Hank of Hnrtford A S of E Notice The time is drawing near when several very important meetings are to be held viz Ohio County Union October 5th and Cth National To bacco Growers Convention Clarks ville Term Oct 10 11 and 12 An nual meeting of natonal Union at last St Louis in October 23 to 26 Everyone interested in tho farmer and his cause who possibly can should attend these meetings Moss and Thompson Plasterers and contractors satis faction guaranteed Phone 29or Beaver Dam Plaining Mill Coolon r I t Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN i i I bnti b ay I i DIFFERENCE OF OPINiON A I I I c I D Weary Ef t wuz one o them wealthy blokes Id have a gallon o1 beer every morning before I got up Wuggs Id never git up CURIOSITIES OF SPECTACLES Glasses Originally Designed for De fective Eyes Dut Later Worn for Style Spectacles were invented just years ago The use of glass 1uonaid the sight of defective eyes however much older Xero through a concave glass in watching the gladiatorial games and many other historical moll of his day were dependent on similar devices for lengthen ing their sight the latter purl of tIll thir ijIilI rcntury only the single was in use In the fourteenth century upectacles were I used quite frequently by the very wealthy and born although they were stillso scarce that they were bequeathed in wills with ell the elaborate care that marked the deposition of a feudal stay The first spectaj cles were made in Italyf Somewhat later the manufac tare of cheaper glasses sprang lip in Holland and it spread late in the fourteenth century to tier ninny Nuremberg and Hath now acquired fame for their glasses between tWIt and liJIIO For many years glasses were used only as a means of uillillIhad eyes until the wearing them sprang up in Spain It spread rapidly to the rest of the continent and brought about the transformation of the old 1 spectnelslintod l Artificial Pumice Stone i Kven the eternal runts are 1111 lug made to order in lillll The fifriimns are having an 11Ilinelall- t pumice stone nyulof sand nnd elny which is supposed to excel till genuine article in durability There are Ive dillerent makes The llrst is either hunt or soft with a course grain and used for leather wtilerproof gnriiients and till woolen unl Volt industry The shoed ciin also lie supplied hard or soft It hus a medium grain and is mainly used fur slur co and sculptural work also for rubbing wood before painting The third is soft of tine grain tutu is recommended fur ollohI hag wood and tin The of medium hardness and line grain toed gives wood the right polish before being Mulshed with oil The fifth is hard and of tine grain and used for polishing stone especially lithographic Htone The mnnner of using is the sate as for natural pumice stool Pile wood it is that used dry afterwards mixed with oil u Where Indeed Half a doen situations in six month gasped the holy inter viewing a gunk who sough to eiller her servire Ants mum rejiliid till queen of the range where art thold and faithful maulers and nrstivssis of olden filmst Strut Stories Rral Spelling Reforms Reform our spelling Cut out the silent letters Then rut tint the odes that make a noise Af ter that we ian have soul peace t N Y Mail I r r STORY OF KING ALFONSO Young Monarch Begged for Freedom from Affairs or State MIIIIV amusing stories are told of the young king of Spain Tin following is derided v character istie One day King Alfonso handed n folded paper to Duke de Santc Manro saying that it was a peti tion on behalf of an old dilliculty namely the murk discussed in troduction of an eight hoar work ing day It is my desire that you attend to it immediately said the king for the minister whose dislike to everysort ol petition is well known at tin Spanish court was evidently about to object to reading this informal out Very reluctantly Unite de San to Mauro unrolled the petition which greatly to the amusemenl of nil present Will found to lit in the young kings handwriting In piteous terms he begged fur a little more freedom from affair of state and suggested that hi might not be asked to work mon than eight hours n day nnd that he might have his Sundays tiBreaking News of the Lynching Alaska is n hind of adventure and romance soul Kaymoin 11 Ill IIIha lIh a gold miner Many queer things have lush pod in Alaska said Mr liruni baugh smiling Many wrelcliei things Sometimes it has been necessary to break sail news tc mothers at home And some times this news has been broken witli wonderful skill An Alaskan called on a worn lUll in New Hampshire to tell her Illf her suns death in the Klon dike Yes lady ho said to tin weeping mother I was with bin to the end J seen him die Am 1 tell ye maam UN hsvnz dyin he looked jest like an angel 11111111111isaid the Klondike Swingin backards until fornrds in the ail that yed si- thought he lull wings Kansas City Journal Family Anniversary A man named Lambert wwrls married recently sit Sorgier in the Canton of Xeiicltufel Sswit- zerlrtn1nit the ssime day that hi i father and mother celebrated their silver wedding std hi grandfather and graiidmoHiei churl golden wedding Lumber 1is years old his father 4S sun 1 his grandfather SH The Main Point Is your Mamie Ruing to hint IIIIi8nllthersN She aint going to hiss i1 hit of Ihllt Imitation allillolli it IIs going fo be trimmed mil over with real point liceJlatitnore Americiin Adaptable Anyhow drace is going in fur physical culture I see Yes her husband couldnt af ford her usual attack of nervous prostration this spring Louiu ville CourierJournal 1 NO POCKETS FOR GIRLS 1 fDpartluentForblddin to Wear Dressts with Them The proprietor of a Peoria t partment stun ins issued an rit del that heiealler the yoiuiii t women employed by him sluL wear dresses without pockets He has experienced certain losses from peculation and whili he does not sOy that tilt girl1 have emt t hal oil anyof his prop I erty he considers that it is bestl to make some rules with refer etice to the matters says tin Louisville Courierlournnl It his generally been recng nixed that a mere man is not a competent judge of what women shall or shall out wear and tluit 111 effort of his in such a direr AIIIIIIIillhthe day that the order was issiicti Ill of the girls gave up tin ill places on the ground that thev did not propose to hstve such in j sinuiitions made in regard tcj their honesty Ve suppose it is possible fat then at the head of great iustiiu- Ihits to find employes who wilt 111tllsuch si rule to be enforced Ilasi hlI- t IIthlhIIIIcertainly does not know whether it wonmn has or has not pockets The woman herself is often at si loss to find tilt pocket which sly knows exists The proprietor of the store must accept ale state ment of lit eulpl aye whetlni1 there is a pocket in her dress Xc doubt this statement will ordinarily be correct but only In the case of those who will not malI improper use of a pocket Tiui employe who desires to use sij pocket to unreal stolen good will of nurse say she has none tad iiow will the proprietor whether she is telling the truth iIJIIOI He is likely to realize that he huts attempted the impod stilt An Arab Dainty A jag from a dish of liver was once my portion said an orieii- talist It happened in the Sa Intro I wall spending the wintci in HI Kantara In February 1 made a raravantrlp over the desert along the great caravan route that runs from Hiski tr Timbiictoo The tilled dayoul we reached an oasis of date psilnis Ve rot coffee at the Itakedniud rate An Onled Nail or dancing girl danced the humid dance for us Ve dined on red fish maid gaelle steak and for sin entree was served this infernal pnwdereditivilh mallof hemp and it makes llUi drunk The Arabs mix it with their tobacco and 1hlv hrmidl liver with it mild IhlillIl it Inl coffee Thus they eat drink uiioke their boose I mitt theii nooxe and imagined my sirm tc be a mile lung I thought my foot was sis big as a mountsiin My voice when I spoke sounded tc lilyfors like tIll roiir of a thou sand thunders In a word I was kill drunk and it was two days before I was III I II resume mv journey across the gold rnlard sands Rubber Made in France India rubber that is not India rubber is being made in Franco Henri lumelle has perfected a proiVHS of extracting rubber stud guCc penlist front bark Differ ent methods sire used The Ileitis process consists of grinding up the huh and pounding it in a mortar mind leaving it for seven days Jo the art ion of sulphuric iicid A black mass is fortieth this is washed std the rubber is epainted from it Inv passing till mass between wood rollers a stream of liCIt water playing Upon it the while A hotter meth od is to pound up the acid paste so its to obtain the rubber morn quickly washing the paste hen in a continuous stream of cold water The rubber which is set free is pressed together III tinI roller machine sind left in the air in at clout i tills way tined 00 grains of rubber are obtained rom every pound of bark Dig Difference Many a fellow hits discovered he difference between loving a firl extravagantly and loving au xtravagant girl The Old Shlntlliit Several years npi wlien Powell Iiimpton kept a drug timid roLerv house on Washington atret in HuHalo says the IlulTii o Times a farmer from Wil iamsville drove to IlulTalo to my a bill of goods for his eonn try store After toning down stairs and waiting for his goods III be paeked lie notieed several lien using the speaking tube flee awhile his euriosity got tIlt better of him told be asked the proprietor what that thing wits A speaking tube said the iroprietor Speak to some one upstairs and set how it works What will I soy said the armer going over to till tube Oh say anything you like said the proprietor Hey shouted the farmer Irer lie goods Mr Parsons of W ill IIII iIll ordered ready Yes said the non upstairs the goods are ready hilt we tare honking the old skinllint up We think lie is kind of slinky TWAS HIS MISSUS AlrWeary VatlilnnVhat Arrest m for having no visible means of sun portCopYes right first time W WWell Im very sorry to dls appoint you but just take a glance behind Man nnd Beast YI s said tilt plutocrat se only work them eight hours i l tiny We lied thats plenty Ie tied its all they eon stand anti keep in perfect health A shabby individual leanei forward from si rear seat and in hrruptell excitedly You old lint lie said I know stout of your men what worked I2 and W hours a duly 1ooh sneered the plutocrat I writs talking about tie horses Summer Resort Confidences Mrs Knicker Im afraid m w husband must be having a gooi 1 time be didnt send me anti heck Mrs Mocker Im afraid mini trust be having a better time lu suiit one without being asked Ho Was B tter Some funny tilings grow on of the fact that people will us muted interpret wordswliose ulan lag they do 1101 really knov Cut PtSi Allen former clerk o the supreme hurt tells about one of them Meeting an old enI ploye who had been ill he ton him that he looked as though h were convalescing No indeed said lit Yo i ought to have seen me tw mon this ago Me convalescin ol no Im notch better Atlant Journali for Nothing IMenlscustom is still i force at Norwich in virtue 1 which on three days in till yen i anyone ran claim a nuhstnnli meiil for nothing The only qua llcsitioji is that the applicant Khali repeat aloud in St Wltl church a prayer fur the sore eigns health Afterwards the partake ofit meal of broth bet I and bread finished oil with a Ill etaI aliowsince of beer I 4 m Illinois Central R R C1 1Chicagosonal Attcndanceof Indl victual Holders De iJ siredbmi- nriirr TICKET TO TilE MEETING = i Public twtic is heueby given tlllPregular annual meeting of the holders of the Illinois Contra Railss 1111Ion Wednesday October 17 1000 at- 12 oclock noon j = ITu permit personal attendance at said meeting there will be issued Shares10fterm I on the books of the Company Ial j at the close of business on Monday ir September 1M 1JOfi who is of full k I agerl Inatling Him or Her to I Travel Free over the Companys lines from the i station on the Illinois Central Rail j road nearest to his or her registered tr Address to Chicago and Return such ticket to he good for the journey to Chicago during thee lour Days Immediately Breeding anll the day of the meeting for thin IrlUlrnIIthe day of the meeting and the tll Four Davs Immediately lollowinn when properly countersigned and stamped during business hours on or before Saturday October 20 19oi that i t to say between J00 a in V and 500 p mIn the oflice of the Assistant Secretary Mr W G liriicn in Chicago Such tickets r tit ofdstock registered as above on applka tion in writing to the President of j the Company Chicago but each i stockholder must individually apply for his or her ticket Each applica tion must state the full name and address of the Stockholder exactly A as given in his or her Certificate ufI Stock together with till number date of such certificate No more I than one person will be carried free j in respect to any one holding of stock as registered on the books of the Companyi1 A G HACKSTAKK Secy A positive CATARRHCURE Elys Cream Balm it quite absorbed Cltei Relief al Once It conn cn wxithrn rrotlctttthe bran It cureS Ca larch mill ilrlvuH nII II CoM in tbo ff1V6RRttrra A rulto IUIII HUllll Iull size fOeti nt Drugs gi s or hi nail Y Li tjn 10 cis by mall Ely BrotbetsGC WllrrNI flrlet New York t I f AND DrdmodrLIPRCCURIO M1ularer ohJ r nl+ Fn NLkY LuM W ULtAUttllrltw IrWINartl CVPlrihcIl IN ALL COUNTRIES l1ri1isr di rl ui1A 11111011 rarr rim f oflm irlmt e Patent and lalrlegemet Practice Ezclusheli Write nr Pena to ye st US Ninth sure pp V rd tltot rtmt Otte D C IIWAOHIWWON C n ts = J n K CnL THE Cj3iUJC lH l ii- If t 1 AND CURE TH LUNCS 1 u I I1 I WITH Ore ri Ibit 7 rrn1 rel lrHIi nNt PricoFOR100 I s I 1iraSnen an lJ all I tBLESi n nnI 1 I j esliverr1iii1C i Want your moustache or beard BUCKINGHAMS DYE abeautiful brown or rich black Use r=rrrRornecnmrroscrautACanAaarsii SURE For All Diseases CURE o- fSTOMACH ElECTRIC DITTERSQuick Relief and Core The heat tonic I Backache Dizziness Medicine for these dli LIVER b Kache MalarH etcaea SOc Guaranteed I 3CJit lJ Ii IIAIslrr C inHII BARKETf SMITH 1 TTOUNEYS AT LA vrtitiriutii h33Ylratrtrprd I n III 111 11111110111 unIrrlxlntlrntlnAlrn I 11111111 Irene InlliMlliitiH unit flit lri illiLinMnji Inud ties Ilntiiti IHU NtIaltln Olllrrlli I 1nIIrV UIIIIIIII ==FRANK L FELIX ttorneyatLaw iiirtoiti Y111110 las I f 11 In tuldo aut od- 111uern11ty HIII 1 lit tb eonrt tI tpprnb mlhlIItIIIIIlIIIullivlnilM Himill liunillni t =CHAS M CROWS UAWYBR ILtlrrloluD Kv- lvltlprsrahuprutrn to hnil tor a- IIhln lied udJnlnlnTorts cud IA tlcoupt- epret ltIIItllllf ty rrlnilnnl nlrthnuttarfxrllonn unit rornrr ftlnr 1111 iVMrr pf risti Th 11 rolls nptn Mrji JNO B WILSON ATTOKXEV AI LAW HAISTFOIJ1 KV ndlwIloknlnthiRI11111 nlh elIIIliefllor 3 R WEDDING Attorney at Law HAitrroitn Ivv IrtlrrnluurlrUrel118xNtxryItlIfordNnuaty 11111111 V IIMXTUOI IMVAII HEAVRIN WOO DWA- RDGCLOt O IIITI Kr nllthCNnr1Ntlhl rolln7 = YANCY L MOSLEY TTOKNEY AT LAW Hartford Kentucky Cnnrtaolhlunpt i nlb Inns xntntr Iulillr IITIifiitrr Kltm NHllnnnl lliul I 1r IIIIAltxhs MAtXUnustx BARN E J MEft- orneysanJ r N Counselors at Iaw uelrlanuHY 1 In ninUi litii i hnIIIII tbitt tby hue u1 n p4rttlrntIt tI prxrlkNf Ixi In- II HurtiMinrnHil lrIrnllth ntw niitb Itllntn sir iini l1I IlellnrtrdKr 11111 Nnd IItIgnIINnNI tine nllI 111111 h Rirrn n iliiilnluii Nilnri In Ulh WV a iMMs N ANIiCllxii u n P GRADUATE NURSE tHiS SUSIE MAY jjradunte of Owonsboro City lies pital inn located in 11 A iv riO 1 ndwill answer calls at all times silence East union street Home bone No 137- nlsaase and lleallh II- J t EVIVO THE VITALITYw 1LP i REVXVO 7s373D1LIi7DY roilurrn lino nxilu Iii no dnln It nrix IntlYoungIy111I1fn ivifi Nonoui ness lust Vlinllly Sciuul MemoryOUIIJX08S util Inillwritlon Much untlts one fu- rtudybuln s or murrliiri It not only cures Rrel1tIlrVunilatprnnculn laymat1t100afvo free advice and omuicl to all who wish It AdlrcNsillYALFor Sale by 1 II Williams farts- ford Ky lOUGrt RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY INflllllIIIUlril I The Rongh River Telephone Co operntedbyreasonable rates Prices for tollser 4tendedconversation 15 miles 10 eta 30 miles 15cts 45 miles 20 cts c J W MgrBeaver Ky f nY Z Pearls 1 PANTIORIUMThats I i I i Your Clothes Pressed and Cleaned I And made to look like new Give him a call Satisfaction guaranteed = =C = 0 rG rz 1 T+ UIZ I STRAUSS BRO S TailorMade Clothes A fit or your money refunded Call sec samples and get prices Land W 0 o ++ ++ + + + + + ++ ++++7+ H+ HCi+ + + + + + + + + I BANK OF HARTFORD I a I C 1 ZLOIZI If IIHH+ 0 4- fi Capital StockMM 4000000 00000Ii i Securety to Depositors 9200000 tJ W FORD Pro kut JOHN T MOO E Cashier f P TAYLOR V Irest R HOLBROOK Asst Cushier f tJ W Foiin 1 II 11AitouJsollolltuoGlfUiteaors + t t++++++++ + +++ + + +H +++ ++++ + HHi +++ +C + H++ p p u FIRST NATIONAL I BANK Ot Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits 12500 Will loan money from 1 day to 13 months This is your Bank Come in DIRECTOR1- HC LIKKSS AIls How Hiwcii FKUX JIM POIK STEVENS WAYNE GUIITIV rxwa wr qw ur r o u wu ur17 rJw U h 41 i BLACK BIRKHEAD jN PROPRIETORS 1 Hartford and Beaver Day Transfer II AND PR BIGHT LINE iM Moots nil trains AlsoUI General Liverymen f Best of attention given to stock New stable Main Jj street Hartford KyUV yMgYYYTr7 ieT977 T YTVtY714t IIBUSINESS COLLEGES ARE FAILURES In small dries and towns because 1 There Is not a sutllelenlpopulallonlo- lupJOrlaOOOD Ilool 3 Such are usuilly conducted fay persons who are NOT qualifleu or who make It a practice to travel about and de lraud their dlrons 3 There are low If any opportunities for their graduates to secure employment In tuchlocaJIUes 4 The THOROUGH business colleges ate located In thelarcer cities and are eon ducted by parsons who are qualified S The eraduates of business colleees In man dues ortowns can not secure employ ment Inl area dales when thrown In competition with the THOROUGH graduates of- highclass schools as business men have no time to esperlmentwithincompetents 68 moneypeQecataloguefor a BRYANT A STRATTON BU3WT6S COLLEGE LoulavUlo Ky j Subscribe for The Hartford t Republican 1 h WAIL OF THE PESSIMIST Horn IB a TiTrin Unnble to ApJlrednteIthe Adorable Qualities American Woman i I mot my friend tlio other j day looking intently nt an ex tlgnresIAll I said to him thinking of taking a wife nod looking out for this gownH are you auiteiulonyisafford it Look at those lay IIgI ores I believe Ill buyDue of them They will be just as useI ful so fur IIH being a helpmeet goes and theyre cheaper TIIHtI look at the crowds of women in sllapRThlywich men l very one of tllInI lis a walking advertisement Why ninetenths of the whole CXiwant to have any duties or 1IlIIrI any responsibilities What t hIprefer is to be wrapped in hlI placedin I mired Or if they do line tiny aim in life it Is to shop visit the dressmaker attend matinee stop at the poiihlo Blank Hotel or spend an evening over bridgeh No Im going to buy a lay For variety IIHII get one of these new gowns every month for my model It stays at home It doesnt drink or gamble It looks pretty lull it never I1l11tt tars Will some one of your 011j spondents skilled in the eternal C feminine tell me how to answer t inn bachelor friend Ho needs direction and CIIItHltI X V ottI- I so THOUGHTLESS aE 3IMr Monkey You JIto feel better If youve taken a IItruelPASSING OF THE PAMPAS Vegetable Plumes of California Are Past Losing Their ularity PopI Xo one who hits ever seen 1111 111ofwill the fact thn the 1 itmlpellllIPl1I I less importance than the timbei J wealth of the stilt its loss is a real sorrow to the lovers of na tnre t The pampas patches are being t uprooted for the industry of i raising and coloring the plume i is dying out There have been many large pampas ranches along the coast in southern Call forma but the recent dry weath i er has made it possible to pull up tJ I the plants without making large holes in the soil and the ranch men are taking advantage of it I These ranches have been one of the most picturesque features 11 of the landscape The fields are usually from 40 to CO acres in ex tent and Lire closely set with greeni1 the top of these mounds rise some 200 feathery plumes of creamy white which have neveij failed to call forth exclnmatlomf of delight from beheld the sight When the plumes attain a certain stage oi t I ripeness they are picked by hand 4 and with greatest care for each j sipsII gerons wound to a careless haulltThe plumes are then outI I in a dry field to cure in the 8unIIf this is not properly done 5 plumesIthese drying plumes is a sight t I peculiar to southern CaliforniaI which is well worth wonder the destruction of them rnnciis has aroused general dis satisfaction Most Degraded of Men Tin last 1111111 on the Santr liarbira islands was deported ir 185H Our knowledge of thesi uxtiiiit Indians off the alifornh coast is derived front the nc oyagersfrmnthe juently settled on the islands ind from the remains in their refuse heaps and the skulls 1111 skeletons which hayefrnm time in time been collected Koine nl the islands probably a tOIl time lull a population approaching 1000 each but in 1823 only about 11011 were left on Santa Harbani ind the neighboring islets and IIy 187i all hull disappeared Al hough they manufactured a car ain number of domestic utensils these Santa Karbara Indians arc iescribed by the missionaries UK haulaiibohlgsthan that of animals Insects specially grasshoppers formed t portion of their food also prob ably the larger varieties of earth WOl01R Spheres Within Spheres There is a new theory of the earths interior It is believed by Ir Iteresford Ingram a physic lit of England that the earth embraces tires concentric spheres or three spheres within pheres The solid nucleus ho upposes to be between 3000 and 000 miles in diameter and this o be surrounded by a liquid sub outside of which is the rust variously estimated at 70 0 2000 miles in thickness More thou two centuries ago a shuilu- thco r including the slow rota ion of the inner amid sphere n different axis from that of the entire globe was held by Dr Ed 1111111 llalley to account for the hanges in the earths magnet sin The axis of the nucleus Wilt thought originally to have been that of tie entire globe TIll earths internal heat it is now minted out may be accounted for by the friction of the differ curly rotating bodies Not Valuable When I Sets a milt sittin roan wastin his time said tiguredatable enough to worry over Vashington Star With a Sting There is a way of saying nice lings about other people which Ivo them the appearance of a neer Epochs of Chemistry The annals of chemistry ore s history with five grand epochs ui cording to Sir dames Dewar The first includes what little was nown of chemistry as the In inns Egpytians lull Hebrews lIu ht it nod tilt technical arts If the Greeks and Homans and extends down to the time of the liter Alexandrian schools when chemistry appeared as a branch 1 if occult training The second period that of alchemy lasted until about the sixteenth con ury when it was superseded by he epjHh of Paracelsus and mod Lttl chemistry In the fourth naiigurated by Uoyle chemistry for the Ills t time stood out as u apcciltI1 plication and with a lady of scertained facts and methods while in the fifth under the guid Wore of Lavoisier it entered on its modern phase becoming an enact sciencq of number weigh ind measure Only a Trace of Jenkins A chemist who for many rear- all the manager of a concern i lassachnsetts manufacturing ariotiB highgrade explosives re Gently revisited the place of his former employment During n talk with his old riendsof the institution he undo inquiry with reference to n ertnin colleague of the name of Jenkins Hy the way said the client st what ins become of den kills Fine fellow Fine chap indeed agree d he foreman and very n the use of chemicals But abBe tmlndedJcnklnll- ee that discoloration on the wall over there Why yesf but what has that o do with Jenkins That is Jenkins 1 a + STRONGAgain I Is what Mrs Lucy StovallcfTiltonQa IIlaid after talcin Kodol Dyipipti LCurl Hundred Q of other w k 1 women are beIng restored to perflctII health by this remedy YOU may bi wtllifyouwUltaki It Indigestion causes nearly all the sick L Ii m a hays It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suflsr weaken and diseased l Kodol CurerorpnlIsome food that may be eaten It nourishes tho body and rebuilds the weak organs Kodolcunle r risingsbelchingheartburn and all stama disorders Digests What You Eat DIIttlI a tIr Lre a mail M ttt tnirriflOD IInor w It as du I I oar Otter e1L Nulls by X WAYXK UltlfriN REAL ESTATE lotror any other Real Estate finnd buyers and make the sale All you have to do is to list with us INote These Bargains two story dwelling with seven rooms new two wide halls i on Union Street Hartford situated on lot 3 acre All out buildings and good water Price reasonable lOne Farm four miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con sisting of93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard barnsa at a bargain 40i 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 gootdwelling barn and outbuildings termsinished on application milesJboro and Hartford roadwithin 1 mile of School house excellent neighborhood good barn and outbuildings moderate dwelling nnda fine well of water A bargain at 1500 120 acres Rough River bottoms HartfordId acres ex cellent state of cultivation remainder well timbered with oak gum ash maple and hickory Good dwelling stable and other outbuildings Wi I sell land and timber together either separate from the other 951 acres Rough River bottoms considered the richest soil in th neighborhood on what is known as the big ditch three miles West from Hartford All well timbered wit firstclass oak gum ash maple and andnnot rve or 200 acres of fine farming land 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 i Hartford Six rooms two nice halls Lot 100 feet front 210 feet deep FredrinlandGriffinstreets List your property with us W will find a buye- rBRRPTT X SmiTH Republican Office Hartford Ky S xuq LkN Cumbeland TELEPHONEAND I Telegraph Co Cuiuriioruteil lnere8 nothing the matter with Cumberland hasker heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for gcod service and gentlemanly competition 111J IYIORGHN Mgr AWClrl lmT Ohio County DJllnlottlAttornytarniM Clerk Frank 1ells tnr Com 1mleelonerl131oeeleyTraeleeJury luud R DpntySberldSt Ioodaywrekxiind third Morfdny I11n7 end Nowinher two week HTIOKlrjr eachmonthQuarterly Court liegloa on the Monday IoJanmyAprllJulynndUclober ofClalmeCuuvenesantMoodaytoJaanary PhrevtHSchool SaperluKDileut Ilnrtford Mien CoronerJlaotic 2SItelllr25HetOIblrDundellnrch27June20September IXtember29ReptembrrHerbert Kender Centertown March 30 Joe29 September W Dwetulwr 31 80Septmber q ry XXaxtfbxd Ic31cCourt Atlorney vene second Monday In eaclruontb ZSvliGTioua SeVlce Sooda7eocblroyermeeUoReveryWdolyevnlog nighneforaeecondSunday IrayerllleetlogUnrdner pastor C e Church Services tint Sunday In each UarnedllatorSchool Trustee Hertford C M Crowe J g BleoletonCkyCounrllJU Wlllloirn Mayor CM n1OIIItonllrJllTeylorQt tCoclotloo FrldaJJlllfhh tinMonda7MaccabeeIytblaneeteevery legntarmwtlagRotovdaybelonaretSandaylpul Southern Raiway Shortest and Fastest Lines N orILouisvilIeDanville and Lexington 10 I I outs all 1M West I runningthroughLouis without change with connec ting cars from Lexington as follows mLve mllmor tion Cafe Car memLve mh i ing Chair Car Most direct line to Chattanooga Atlanta Knoxville and all South Ashevilleat countryI W C MORGAN D T KyH111 East MainLexingtonKy J F LOGAN T P A 111 KyAKyIeeJC BEAN A G P A St Louis Mo I I Subscribe forJiiE REPUBLICAN R L 7IT Avoid alum and aim phosphate bakin powders The label law requires that aU the ingredients be named on the label Look out for thei alum compound NOTESafety loci In buying ooh l Royal Baking Powder which is a pure cream of tartar baking pow dert and the belt that can be made Hartford Republica FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 ft LOOKING FOR INFORMATION But George Couldnt Just Explain to Her What She Wanted to Know Well dear I see they have the douma 1opone is that George S0ll10 I now kind of music hall Y I Xo dear It isnt a music hall I 1 ts a sort of gathering I Something like a carbuncle I dear io no Its in Rnssin von know Its a a triumph of IIgressive forces that marks a new era in the nations life Why George where did JOu learn to talk like that Sounded pretty good didnt it It was splendid George Cant you say it again Im afraid not It cant be snitl wire in the same waynot impress ively you know And to think Geprgo that at tho welding breakfast tin1 other dayJ when they called on you for a spew all you couldsay was Errrr und then sit down Yes I remember something oC the kind But those things are all so silly I cant talk that kind of nonsense you know Theres noting elevating about it But George that Prof Tomli made a real funny speech and they Fay hes ever so serious and intelh tun1II Tomlins The follow that told all those old chestnuts I su I pose hed spent a week getting up that fool talk And you preferred Win to your husband I I didnt say so George But you meant it You nuiMit get angry dear Im not angry o no of course you are not r There then you are nil right agate And now theres Something 1 unt In lie you I What is it dlftr r WhiUii H duitnu George t Clereliind Plain Under A CRASH AMONG THE RELICS i The ProUtMr Upaet Many a f Mrs Parvenus Little Ploaiurest I It lute never t nd to Iw a cnuro of Bret lJ Mrs Jorvenu the she hac tho proiwwor nt her gathering 01 local literary lights t Theres a tajHt that won used h William tin Conqueror AlaI m iioiuittxl with l richr9 nil the vi ilore Ratlicrod about and din 1 tic prin in hushed tones of voice nut dear madam said the 1110 fusser with whom truth is give preference to fvcry other consider tion lluy dirt not brew ton in KIIJ land until tuaie year after Williai 1 canto to then shores Mrs Parvenu femoral the inter ruption but the teapot was soon pili away and now it has another hi toryHere is n pipe that ono nf thE i Cnwnr suiokod in tho ninth cur Ivryalto declared triumphant and she talked severely at the pn fuMor Hut my good woman lie ill glared tolwceo was unknown tho and for cnnturta Lifter Some on h rotor hate itnpojod upon you Thr pipe Will put away what I slam and from beneath c ilofril did in a srwin hag the snjprr 1 winced a book i ho nnnouPfcxl in trii1 I is u Hible lost belong mst grandlmtther J Kvtam witdom las no all were heathen in he tints or that the golden rule wilt no- diiKWoiiil until the good old M 1 Ir l 1TI1 I But l 11 i I h h at the titto prone ana sum uiu UUOK gas jirinted in i860 TitBits i HAWTHORNE DUDS Hawthorne buds ore Imont amour English children ns relll and cheese and flu somutii nten by them they hove hOller qualities duo to the proil once of calcium oxalate and tho other day a girl at Peririth died oCtlJr eating sonic tlUO I MBUU I A woman know almost 113 much about a railway time table aa II- bachelor does about a abvTAYLOR MINES Sept 2GMrs Mat Turner of Buford is the guest of Mr B Hudson and family Mrs Polly Smith and little son Freddie returned home SUI1l1a from Herin 11 after a two weeks visitMr Nicholas Barrass hon the sick list this week Mra T H Fought of Owcrsbo was the guest of Mrs Laura Liles MondayMis Miller is ifliting ncar Roxey this week Messrs James Hudson sad John Smith returned home Sunday from Hcrrin Illinois Mrs Richard Baker md children visited relatives at CV heat City last weekMr E G Barrsix jind little son Maurice of Hartford were the guests of relatives here Sunday Mr and Mrs Thurman Taylor of Prentis visited Mr and Mrs S Baker Sunday Mrs George Baker and children of Central City are visiting relatives here this wee- kMagisttrlal Convention The Republicans of Hartford Magisterial district are hereby calod to tarot in mass convention at Beaver Dam Saturday October 6 at oclock p m to nominate a crdi date for Magistrate to be voted for at the regular election Novemb 6 IDG to succeed the late Nicholas Barrass By order of the Com CHESTER KEOWN Chit Hartford Magisterial Dist Com Grand Celebration Given by Fordsville Grand Army Post The Grand Army Post of Fordsville will celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the organization of the United States and the 25th Anniversary of the Fordsville Post Saturday October 13 190C 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 JONFSAdj 1200 INDIANAPOLISAND S20 Dig Four Route Sunday Sept Both Special trair eaves 7th St Union DenotLoui rifle S oclock A M Returnit rain leaves Indianapolis Union depot at 7 oclock P Met tickets at City Ticket Office 2 04th Avenue and at depot- S 1 GATES Gen Ant ormcr Ohio Connty soy Honor In Far West At the recent Democratic Stat Convention in Colorado Hon Wr r Morgan who WIll born on ROIIg1 river about five miles North 01 lartford and spent his boyhood ir lurtford was honored with thl nmination for Attorney General Mr Morgan is a son of Mr Phocei lorgan who was for a number 0 ear a prominent business man it Iartfor1 and u brother of lIon vied Morgan at one time Polk udge of the town Mr Wm B Morgan went wes when a young man and settled a rinidad Colo where he has a IU1lti law practice and as his nominatid for a Stale office indicates is one 0 the leading men of Colorado Ve are always glad to note tit vccesu of an Ohio County boy il- I klmteer calling or into whatevi 1niu he may have xtriyed 1fDIc OR I Wheeler ec Wilson If in need of a Singer or Whatl 1wl VilfcCt Sewing Machine I wil I king ens to youv Liti and oho 01 the worl cud drake prices t L auit the tunas on easy poiment r ha liavn vupain for all niakea c t lechinei Oilke tt my roiidtrx r on Center strwt Your pntrnn i Kcited 1f frNVRTT trd liy- r j FOR TilE BUSY READER IGov Hiyiirin of Now York hns a lenomination Race riots in Atlanta resulted in the death of a large number of bdh whites and black tY I By an explosion of a car load oC dynamite at Jellico Ky twenty persons were killed about two hundred woundedand 500000 worth of property destroyed Riley Pitman blacksmith caught handsimad n ous persons on the streets of Paducah He broke the animals neck by striking it against the curb stoneNew York Republicans in convention at Saratoga yesterday adopted a platform and nominated a State ticket headed by Charles E Hughoo i for Governor Timothy L Wood ruff was elected State chairman to- succeed former Gov Odell William It Hearst was nominal for Governor bythe New ork Democratic State Convention at- BulFalo on the first ballot Ilis nomination has already been boll eel by mrny prominent Demur 1ts New York including Jermi 10f says he wlIstump01f State for the Republican candidate 4- a Indictments have been returned at Mt Sterling against Phil H J1ari and Frank Gibbons saloonkeepers charging them with forming a on spiracy to kill the Rev B W Trim ble editor of the Mt Sterling A vocatc Mr Trimble took an artie part in the recent local option election in that city Walter lmper was indicted for bribery in connt tion with the same election Rights of shippers in Kentucky are orderIed States Court at Frankfort re- Quiring all railroads within the Slate to preserve all way bills until aCter a decision on the power of the Railroad Commission to fix freight tar iffs A difference in favor of the shipper may be recovered in cas t the decision of the commission isuphel II anaTOFxABear iiiitsKind Ycj Hatj Ham Bug Slguature ct NARROWS Sept 2GRev F 11 Petty and family of Louisville came down Monday Mrs Petty is visiting her mother Mrs Amanda Park while I Rev Petty is attending the annual meeting of the Louisville Methodist Conference at Central City Miss Rosa Shreve relui iicd Tuesday from a visit with her sisterMi Vmbia Shreve at Rosino I Mrs J B Canon and daughter Mercedes and Ruthweiv lie guest of the family of Lawrence Danie1 Sunday Mrs A R Ronfrovv and childrc I visited her parents Mr md Mrs Thomas Duke Palo Saturday and Sunday I Mr and Mrs Sam Benett wet to Louisville Tuesday to consult r HiuciabM for treatment for Mr Sunned who has been sick for se 1 rah months r Kirk ii Ren frow and 0 D Fei I ressgroceryalen have formed partnership and will consolidal heir stores 1Mr and Mrs Barren Wedding C i Esquire G S Fitzhiuch Culley Ac 1 tOll and Romney Renfrow Dunde John Ragsdale Sulphur Spring Marl Rll1 row Sunnydale Along Jhillip3 Dr A B Riley Robe t Shultz Henry Carter R lL Kuy t ltendon and children Esquire Jas A Bowling Will Candor of thI 1 place went down to Owensboi f uesday to see the Barnum Balk show c Joe White and Allie Graham wit 11the Penrose Lumber company a t P jnro e Ark came home Wcdne iiiy to spend a few duys with the ikRIliu8 i 0 P Willis and Wilbur Hale wi five Saturday night for Penrosi thInroso 1 Vi unuaual nmnunlof sieknC- iJil nrfvails heie end Ur Riley i 0 r iiitMt man1I 111 j1Wilbur Sniili totd Mi 8 J i- fiCI two pope ir i tr peiip e f Jrln place won n I in Hart itI Saturdayt of the a t tong nn- liut voy gr auv is Hit tream o 1 Y riA8 ftV AIb rttt rtJf Mtl4 t t1t1t t cJ rt COme LookSA Ii Over Is the common phrase many merchants will thug at you this fall Vhy bless yon you havent the time audit wouldnt do you any good anyway You would just get mixed up and confused and go away disgusted because 4 you saw so many things you couldnt have or didnt want i That is not the way to do at all i Just come here and tell us what you wantn Suit of Clothes a Dress Pattern or a pair of Sho sand we will show things enough to suit you Nobody can show a better line this season than ours Lots of new ideas in Clothing nod Dress Goods this fall t Look at our 5 8800 LO and 15 Suits Look at our lOc 2oc 50e and 81 Dress goods Everything new in Trimmings Make us a visit and we vnll convince you COME AND S- EECARSON 1 CO INCORPORATEDJ NtwW uMt I IIChhullhrri halve batcher bUr STiH 4 brll 3 Sur 1 rl Fair t i Boml Imtrbfr r s liLIfholroliiltihrrrow w Fills to itrioil lintrhir rows 0Alei 33 3S HOW 10 fill Choice milch ear Medium to good mllrh trw u 0o 6t Su 00 i I IIOIS n 006a n Chnln i tklnic00lfi3uii Utillam packrrrIto to SCO nea sew U lUlit Hliliwr ISO to 100 fie a- Cboltvplgeson1U n Q 0061 G II lima SIIIHlnll- I M 0r I a- ChoIreblppinglemt ShPair to Rir1 p 7 01 7 u branda 0Ft li liO Hartford Produce ttarket IlteportedLythllartloI CommliwIonCol roux THY Ilnttrr good country lie Illilm guruASew loatbern per Iooudnea Efiu e tflHprlbK chlliu e- llItlnl 11- eIIntoIIIIInol butter old 3c I Dillkn per puuodtTurkey In v tlOO for fllOU I i II timeIIf advance notices of marriage were the custom here I could write some interesting news for the poo pie of this neck of the woods IThe Narrows Knights of the DiaI are turning down all comers They will play the Deanfield buy atI that place Sunday- Rough River Land for SaleIC 1311II Rough river bottom land which has recently been divided into nine tracts of about 100 acres to the track each having a river front These lands Ilie on the north bank of Rough Div mouthIIare heavily timber with a natural t forest of fine beech and other species of small timber These land ire rich and fertile and are capable of s being developed into first class farms which will produce when cleared fi fay or seventyfive bushels of corn to the acre A first class opportunnitj 111 to those desiring to purchase a river t bottom farm on easy terms The sale will be made on basis of onehall l cash balance in one and two years evidenced by notes retaining vendors II lieu bearing six per cent interest On same day and at same place I will also offer for sale another tract of land belonging to said estate g commonly known as the Barrett g place the same lying North of and atijt Ining the James Sandefur farm e in Ohio county This tvactof Lund is c practically well timbered A detail ed description of the lands and plats l thereof can be secured by calling on 1 or addressing mo at Hartford Ken I tjcky J W FonD Executor PI t1 LONG COS I t Economy Store E 4 = Is now full and running over with all tho NEW THINGS for full stud winter Wo have ninny tBARGAINS for you in tho different departments wcaul show you an U1TO DATE lino of tq SHOES that will WEAR and they have STYLE about them too Notice our weekly ad on DIA tq MOND BRAND SHOES And if you want a tgood SUIT OF CLOTHES for little money in spect our stock and see if wo cant fill the bill it 41 tq L Ladies FurnishingsblhLadies dont forgot where you saw nil that q pretty DRESS GOODS on our opening day and t- Ci tho price was oOu and 1 We have tho TRIM t 4 MINGS that go with anyof these You dont = qwant to miss seeing our Ladies and Childrens R WRAPS and FURS and tho price is just right 4on them Our LADIES SKIRTS will pleI o lP 4you too Toy are made pretty and full and arezy nIiECT FUTING Wo take orders from bitfiS9 9 Fine Millinery m it 4q If you want an uptodnto HAT at n REASON tABLE PRICE como to tho ECONOMY STORE t4i44all the NEW shapes styles and colors These wo bit 4q you in great variety Visit this department 9 I =qagain and note till extremely LOW prices and f1the immense stock wo have for you to select from i c1 You cnn hardly fail tobe pleased bit bit bit t4 1 i Long A Cos = ECONOftlY STORE 3tq b 1S Hartford KMa i I 9awwaRn4r c