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Digital page images are linked to the text file. at r m ffrb BqublkatFin- eJob Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILLFINDJTJN THE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 5 1906 No12 TOBACCO GROWS- hOf i Seven States Will Meet at Clarksville Tenn National Tobacco Growers Association Convention Will Try to Adjist Prices Again A large number of leading tobacc growers from Kentucky Tennessee Virginia Maryland Ohio Indian and Wisconson will meet in convention in Clarksville Tenn on October 10 the occasion being the third annual convention of the National Tobacc Growers Association of the American Society of Equity Departmer ofTobaccoThe was organized in Lynchburg Va November 10 190 with an attendance of fifty delegate from Kentucky North Carolina and Virginia At that meeting officers were chosen and plans laid for a vigorous campaign of education among the members At that time the membership of the association was approximately 20000 The second meeting was held in OwensboroWisconson Ohio and Indiana were represented iii addition to the state above named Practical plans for a complete organization of thegrow ers were instituted as were also j plans for making cooperative seals and for holding crops until a fair price was offered Mr C Hays Taylor of Virginif with present headquarters with the National Union of the American S0 ciety of Equity in Indianapolis says The coming convention means something to tobacco producersmat ufactures and consumers all three We confidently expect to perfectos plans for a better system of marks ing our tobaccoa system that will shorten the route from producer tJ consumer and while it will undoubtedly give the producer more for his product than he would otherwise n ceive we do not believe it at all probably that it will make the finished articles cost the consume more On the contrary we think it more than possible that prices tc consumers can be reduced But at any rate there is no necessity fOI farmers to sell their tobacco for 1tS than it is worth determined by 11 careful study of the tobacco busines from the field to the consumer and our people are determined not to dc it Mr Taylor states that the othc Tobacco Growers Associations ar to be represented by delegates sc that a conference may be held todii cuss the situation in general HI considers the most important wor is the adoption of a constitution ane bylaws to govern the assoclatior r jiJew officers will also be elected A RecordHartfor College Last Friday marked the close 0 the first month of school The prospects for an excellent years woi were never brighter The total enrollment in all departments for th month was 232 This is perhaps thl largest enrollment for September 11 the history of the school In the teachers reports which follow there are two items which perhaps should be explained namely per cent of attendance on enrol ment and per cent of attendant on belongingThe first percent named is obtained by dividing tri total number of days attended b all pupils by the whole number e days that would have been attende during the month if every pup had entered the first day and mime no time The second per cent i abtained by dividing the total nun of days attended by all pupils b the same number plus the tot number of days pupils were abser from school before their names wet dropped from the roll A pupil name is dropped after he has bee f absent from schoollthree cohci tive days After a pupils panic hi been dropped from not considered as belonginguMilh PrimaryDepartmeht n r o II faww i t 5t f uiY1 LS LiEA ment 48 average daily attendance 44 cases of tardiness Ii per cent of attendance on enrollment 91 or belonging 93- Intermediate Department En rollment 44 average daily attend ance 40 cases of tardiness 1 percent of attendance on enrollment 92 on belongng98 Grammar Department =Enroll ment 33 average daily attendance 29 cases of tardiness 8per cent of attendance on enrollment 88 or belonging 94- SubCollegiate t DepartmentEn rollment 31 average dally attend ance 30 cases of tardiness 1 percent of attendance on enrollment 90 on belonxlng95 Collegiate DepartmentEnroll- ment 63 average daily attendance 55 cases of tardiness 23 per cent of attendance based on enrollment 87 on belonging 96 Among pupils who have enterer since our last report are Messrs James Glenn Muhlenberg county Forest Salmon Daviess county Jesse C Smith Taffy Ira Moxley whose name wo failed to mention last week and Jesse Barnes both of Ohio county Owen Jones Thos Hamilton and Scott Ambrose were among those who spent Saturday and Sunday at their homes out of town POWERS CASE Called in Court at Georgetown and Continued Until Next i February Georgetown Ky Oct 2ln the calling of the criminal docket in the Circuit Court this morning Judg R L Stout presiding the case of Caleb Powers charged with being accessory to the murder of Wm Goebel was called Commonwealth Attorney It B Franklin and Frank Hendrick were present for the prosecution Judge James C Simmi and Samuel Wilson represented the I defendant Powers was present am looked better than he has since he has been in jail Mr Franklin ask ed that the mandate of the Supreme Court be filed and noted of recon and in view of the fact that the cast could not be tried at this term moved that it be continued whichI order was entered Powers attor- neysI made no objection The mat- terI of asking for bail was deferred I Preaching at Liberty and Goshen Rev J A Lewis will preach at Liberty the Second Sunday at 11 oclock and Rev Frank Baker wil preach at Goshen the same day I and hour tA S of E Meeting At a stated meeting of the Second Magisterial District Union of the A S of E held at Mt Pleasant 01 S Sept 15 1906 Mr E P Sanderfu in the chair and R S Trabue acting f as secretary The minutes of thE preceding meeting were read and Ie approvedDelegates of locals reported viz e Sugar GroveC C Raymer J C Wilson and R S Trabue r1AntlaochJ R Byers R Pi Likens FH- Her and Sllvy Sandefur Mr G J Thomas was electe treasurer for this District Union X taxof lOc was assessed on eacl localA committee on program was ap pointed viz RP Likens J C Wilson and J R Byera y f Recess until 130pmM- eetingwascalled to order h d II the President at 2 p mSpeakinl d by Pres E P Sandefur James Wilson and B H Stewart FinancIs I Committee was elected lIZMcC- ook J M Rally R S Trabue C t S Taylor and C G Raymer itAdjourned to meet Saturday Oct 20 at10 a m atCromwell We 8 request all locals to hhreaentatth meetingiahd take part in the goo- wprkbegdjt 11 r May1 each membe put his l ul1 r to the whee La I that thUwoVk tray not ceaseuntil l hasadcorriplishcd ttie work It set oil Ie todoi a v ctJ THOMAS jC6rSecyv jlitlitlOO OF GRftFT Salary Grab Acts of the tel isfature of 1906 Beckham Approved all These Bitt Couldnt Approve lUll to Pay Farmers as Jurors Officers whose salaries were in creased new officers created an salaries thereof at the last session of the legislature 111731 Three circuit judges 16th 32nd and 33d 9000 1112 Two commonwealths attorneys 500 eachlooo and fees 18 Commissioner of court of appeals 5000 41 Members of prison commis sion increase in salaries 600 sad and traveling expenses 1800 The prison board is given control of the house of reform and power to appoint subordinate officers and as sistantsas the requirements demand and the poWer to fix their salarie subject to the approval of the gov ernor and is given power also to appoint a secretary and treasure for each of the three institutions 60 Members of the state board of control each 2500 7500 62 Secretary board of control 1200 62 Treasurer at each of the Lou institutions each 500 2000 268 Secretary historical society 1200 260 Private Secretary to the governor increase 800 274 Superintendent of public instruction expense fund 500 277 Superindendent of publii printing 1500 288 Curators of state geologies department increased 300 360 Stenographer for the rail road commission 1200 360 Rate clerk for the railroad commission 1800 360 Two railroad commissioners increase and expenses 2000 360 Chairman railroad commis sion increase and expenses 1600 332 Two additional assistan deputy wardens at each state prison 1200 each 4800 362 Clerks and stenographers of the state board of agriculture for estry and immigration 3QOO 380 Fire marshal paid out of the fire tax fund 2400 418 Two assistant mine inspec tom each 1200 2400 Total 50000 Important Notice We have added a stock of building material such as Sash Doors Col umns Moulding Etc Yellow Pin Flooring Ceiling Metal Paroid and Paper Roofing in short anything youmay need in the building line I We will saw your logs and plan I your lumber Call and see us DEAN BROS Hartford Ky A Correction Last week in a news item we stated that the Fiscal Court of Ohii county would convene in regular session Tuesday October 2 We erred as to time as the court con venes the second Tuesday which wil be October 9 We relied for our in formation on Sec 1838 Kentuck I Statutes which provides that th Fiscal court shall hold two regula terms in each year commencing 01 the first Tuesday in April and ber But the County Court maybJ an order of record fix a differen date for this commencement of sail terms Provided that one of sail r terms shalf be held in October Th clear inference is that oneterni shal be held the first Tuesday in October a But itdid not suit the convenienc of some county judge atsomeperio in the countys history tohold Fica Court the fleet Tuesday in Octobe as the law provides and he change e it to the second Tuesday Henc e our a errorDoings L i of The City Conacll lb The City Council atital regula t meeting Wednesdaynight transact portanlbustne ton and White were appointed comrrdtteeand directed to purchas four car loads of crushed rock to repalrlMain street and crossings The City Attorney was directed to draft an ordinance prohibiting loitering on the streets and throwing rocks 10 fine for the former am 5 for the latter offense An election was ordered for No vember 6 to take tho sense of the voters of the town upon the question of issuing bonds to the amount of 12600 to constructsewerage system and finish macadamizing the streetsVarious claims were allowed amounting in the aggregate to 24175 The council adjourned to meet tbe 19that which time an ordinanc e will be presented providing for the sale of a franchise for an electr- illghtplantandwater works system SUFFERS LOSSOF FOOT Tbe Rev J D Walsh Undergoe OperattonFoHowinr Accident The many friends of Dr Walshln Ohio county will be pained to learn that his recent injury which was mentioned in these columns at the time has resulted in making him a permanent cripple Wednesday Louisville HeralC givei the following account of his condition Amputation of the left foot was found necessary in the case of the Rev J D Walsh formerly Presiding Elder of the Louisville Method- Ist church at the Deaconess Hospit al Dr Walsh sustained injuries this foot in a runaway at Glasgow K Several weeks ago- DrsAskenstedtandClendenin performed the operation and it was re ported last night that Dr Walsh condition was improving By action of the recent Methodis conference at Greenup Ky Dr Walshwas appointed to the pastorate of Shinkles chapel at Coving tonCounty Union Meets ToDay The county union of the America Society of Equity will convene her today and will be in session two days Besides receiving the report from the various locals on the pool ing proposition delegates to the National Tobacco Growers Association at Clarksville Tenn the 10th inst and to the Annual Nations Union at East St Louis the 23rd inst will be elected The prospects for Equity wer never brighter and the meeting to day promises to be a good one w COOL SPRING Oct 4Schoolat this place if progressing nicely Last Frida was the end of the second month Examinations were held in nearly al grades and fairly good grades wer made Prize cards for the highes average in deportment punctualit attendance and good recitation were awarded to the following Karl Davenport fifth grade Job I Rogers fourth grade Myrtle Hasli ins third Zulu Cox accost r grade YpraMiller first grade an Ruby Leach primmer Those wh deserve honorable mention at clos seconds of those above mentione are Bessie Bryant fifth grade Jess r Leach Iria Benson Irena Cox fourt grade itaymygdand Karl Rain t thirdigradet Hilas Wallace and Lul r Hines first grade Highest grad of schdoli was madeby Karl Daven- porti Among the last to enroll wer Chilton Elliott and Pearl Growbar a ger r I 7 MaglsterialConvention r The Republicans of Hartford Magi i sterial district are hereby called t e meet in mass convention at Beave barn Saturday October 6 at oclock p m to nominate a cand date for Magistrate bevoted far at the regular election NovembE 6i 1906 to succeed the late Nichols it Barrasa i Byorder of the Com CHESTER KEOWN Chm HrtlordMagisteriat1 Com ww KILLED HIMSELF t Old Percy Hunt Instead of Losing His Lite fn Wreck as Reported I A dispatch from Rockport Ky to I the Owensboro Inquirer of date J October 1 says The remains of Percy Hunt whoI committed suicide last Friday byJ drinking four ounceS of carbolic aCid is expected here today the remains having been greatly delayed in transit by washouts on the railroad Immediately upon the arrival of the corpse it will be transferred to a steamer and taken to Rochester where interment will take place Hunt who was about twentyfive years old was a mail agent on a railroad running between Arizona and California with headquarters inI Los Angeles Cal 1 Last Friday morning he boarded his train as usual to make his regular run He seemed in the best of rpirits and was in a jolly mood until the train reached a small town near Los Angeles At this point Hunt it is said left the train and inquired for a physician Not being able to secure one he went to a nearby drug store where he purchased a fourI ounce bottle of carbolic acid Upon securing the bottle he immediately turned it up to his lips and drained the contents before the horrified druggist could interfere Coolly as if he had only taken a drink of wa ter he lay down upon the floor of the store and before physicians could arrive he died in terrible agony Thebody was turned over to an un dertaker to be prepared for shipment Up to this date no cause has been assigned for the rash act The remains are expected to arrive over the Illinois Central from Los Angeles today Mr H D Hunt the boys father meets every train that reaches Rockport in hopes that the remains will arrive on the train Percy Hunt has a large circle of friends who greatly regret to hear of his untimely end A New Innovation in Newspaper dom The Madisonville Hustler says The Hustler has one unique sub scription recorded on its books Hon R P Teague called at this of fice on Monday and stated that he had started in as a subscriber to the Gleaner whenC C Givens started it at Madisonville in 1883 and had been taking the papers edited by Mr Givens since that time He stated he was tired of being bother ed with renewing every year and he knew that he wanted to take the Hustler as long as he lived He made us a proposition to pay us 10 and that we give him a clear receipt for the paper until death which was accepted and entered accordingly r on the books of the Hustler office i This is the first and only subscriber whose term the Hustler has insured until death and is perhaps the only one of the kind in the United r States Fell Into the River From Coal 1 Tipple Morgantown Ky Oct3VernonI Meadows twelveyearold son of Lost I MeadoWs a farmer fell from the coal tipple at Top Millers coal mine three miles above herein the Greerrriver country and was drown ed yesterday evening His body 1 was never seen after it struck the water a e Marriage License The following Jicense to wed have e beenissuedsinceOurlast report E W Hancock Echols age 34 to Polly Haynes Grayson county ago 134 Leslie Borah Cromwell age 22 to Minnie Flener Cromwell age 20 Robert L Hodge Beaver Dam age o 21 to Etta Austin Beaver Dam age ir Charles W Canan owensboro 119 23 to Jessye Mitchell Beaver IDam age 19 Wilbur Smith Fords Ir villa age 19 to Jessie Garden Nar r t rows age 17J Martin Elliott Fens La nessee age 29 to Ida LBur den Friedaland e 20 George D Lewis Hartford age23 to ArtiE E Wedding Hartford age 19 R 2 Eudaley Ceralvo age 36 to Bir ie BooMe Ceralvo age 20 EoM ishby Centertown age 20 to Net Bratcher Ceralvo age 21 Mar in Smiley Maxwell age 22 to Vir tie Miller Maxwell age 16 prank lean White Run age 22 to Alice ifalone Narrows age 22 Ed Berk ey Narrows age 23 to Annie Lan ruin Olaton age 18 Robert Wake and McHenry age 29 to Rosa Lee LaymanahnCr i Daniel Cromwell age 19 ALL THE NEWS While it Is New is Not Always Found in the City Dailies as Some Suppose It is the general opinion of most icople that a daily paper prints all + henews and very much in advance- f the weeklies especially a country weekly To show that this is not always true 1 re reprint a little news item which A republished in our issue of Septem- ber7and in connection therewith eproduce items taken from two of Kentuckys dailies Mayor J H Williams has appoint xi Messrs C M Barnett J E Fo gleJ F Carson R Holdrook and Dr E W Ford as delegates to the fth State Development Convention to be held at Winchester Ky October 10 11 and 12 HARTFORD REPUBLICAN September 7 Hartford Ky Sept 28Mayor foloiyangState Development Convention to beheld at Winchester October 11 C kL Barnett Hon J E Fogle Dr E W Ford James F Carson and Rowan HolbrookOwensboro Messenger September 29 Hartford Ky Sept 28Mayor- J H Williams has appointed the fol owing to represent this city at the state Development Convention to 3e held in Winchester October 11 Hon C M Barnett Hon J E Fo jle Dr E W Ford James FCars- on i and Rowan HolbrookCouriere Journal September 29 This is only one of the many in stances wherein the country weekly has outstripped the city daily The thousands who read these special dispatches in these extensive ly read publications and had not teen a copy of THE REPUBLICAN of date September 7 were probably led to believe that the Mayor announced theappointment of the del egates September 28 whereas he announced their appointment Septem ber 6- News while it is new is not always to be found in the city dailies It is therefore best to have the reliable country weekly Ohio County School erCapita We are informed bySuperintend ent DeWeese that Ohio countys school per capita will be 320 this rear This is 7 cents higher than it has ever been before having reached 313 last year Mr DeWeese has madesome slight changes in the boundaries of small districts which takes the total for Ohio county somewhat larger than it would have been The total amount which will be paid titby Superintendent to Ohio county teachers this year is 2953920 Thefirst pay day will- ie the second Saturday in this month which falls on the 13th Foster Wins On Cattle The Owensboro messenger yester lay contained the following refer ence to our own and only John P Foster in its list of fair awards SHORT HORN CATTLE Cow two years and over J P Foster premium JP Foster second e Cow under two years old J P Foster first J P Foster second k Best calf either sex J P Foster first When It comes to horses hogs and chickens we expect John to clean em up just bout as unanimously A Wanted v- BOI good tie makersto make ties Call on MTliKENS 6 I atordj 1SyI J HELLO CENTRAL What Wonders Have Been Wrought Since First Call I in 1878 Hello Central was first hear in 1873 Today the exchanges are numbered hy the thousand the tck phones by the millions Various inI dustries unknown thirty years but now sources of employment to many thousands of workers depen entirely upon the telephone for upI port Numerous factories makin lead sheating dynamos motors generators batteries office equipments tables and many other appliances would have to close dow and thus throw their operatives into idleness and misery if the telephone bell should cease to ring The Hell Company employ over 87000 put sons and it may be added pay then well Many of these employes have families to maintain others support their parents or aid younger broth ers and sisters It is safe to say that 200000 people look to the tele phone for their daily bread Thes figures may be supplemented by the number of telephones in use 5G98 000 by the number of miles of win 6043000 in the Bell lines and by the number of conversations 2479 500000 electrically conveyed in 1905 The network of wire connect ViJ1Jageswould not only imply a steadily increased appreciation of the telephone but would also suggest improved instruments more skillful operator and better service There would Ix no flattery in such suggestion Dec trical science has undergone radica reformation since 1878 Telephony has raised the utilization of electri city to the height of a profession Of course such advances have not i been won without cost Fortune were spent in experiment and inves tigation before a dollar came hart Communication by the first tele phone was limited to a few thousand i feet Now conversation can be carried on by persons 1600 miles apart Tomorrow long distant lines willi span the continent and the day aft er oceanic telephony will be a commonplace of mercantile routine But science and money had to collabor ate for years before they could work the miracle of enabling Boston and Omaha to talk together i Human Blood MarksiA tale of horror was told by marks of human blood in the home of J W Williams a well known merchant of Bac Ky He writes Twenty years ago I had severe hemorrhages of the lungs and was near death i when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery It completely cured I me and I have remained well ever since It cures Hemorrhages Chronic Coughs Settled Colds and i Bronchitis and is the only known i cure for Weak Lungs Every bot tie guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin i and Bro druggists SYOc and 1001 Trial bottle free- Western I Ignorance I Francis Wilson was talking at the I Players Club about the ignoranceof prevaIlentWhy said Mr Wilson a company was playing She Stoops to Conquer in a small Western town last winter when a man without tiny money wishing to see the show i stepped up to the box office and j saidIharsh i Pass you in What for he a kedIWhat for Why because I am Oliver Glodsmith author of the play Oh I beg your pardon sir replied the other in hocked voice as foriaA Lucky Postmistress is Mrs Alexander of Cary Me who has found Dr Kings New Life I Pills to he the best remedy she ever tried fur keeping the Stomach Liver and Bowles in perfect order Youll agree witu her ifyou try these pain less PL u s that infuse new life tiuaraleI byZ Wayne Griffin K Bro iljHists Price 25c I Wciian Asks Leave to Talk Mrs Mary Depinal of No 953 Fit more sit cot Cincinnati has resorted to the un in an endeavor to talk at nig he fileJ suits against i l ML the Foss Schneider brewing con pmF asking for an injunction re training the operation of the plant at night She gives as her reason that the noise made by the operatic tf the plant prevents any social con versation at her house in the evening She says she is suffering from ner vous prostration as a result of her endeavors to make her neighboi what she sayn to them IDroPbY drop the offensive dis charge caused by Nasal Catarr falls from the back of the nose into j the throat setting up an inflammation that is likely to mean Chron Bronchitis The certain ration cure for Catarrh is Elys Creai Balm and the relief that follow even the first application cannot b told in words Dont suffer n da longer from the discomfort of Nasal Catarrh Cream Balm is sold by all druggists for 50 cents or mailed b Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York How Mean of Him The red moon reflected on the breakers as they dashed against the dark rocks Oh the foam crie the poetical girl with rapture in her voice The oceans of foam Where did you ever see so much foam bet foreThe young man chuckled reminis centlyIn Milwaukee he whispered gleefully In dear old Milwaukee And the poetical girl refused to speak to him again for an hour Chicago News O A81CI RrABean u lb ril Yon Nrrr tihnls BOr1- hdi ESgnatin Knew the Roles Marshall P Wilder says that the small son of a friend in Brooklyn came home one day with a badly disfigured face The old man took him aside for the usual heart toheart talk What have you been up to now asked he Fightin answered the lad sul leafy And after all Ive said to yoi about fighting He smashed me on the cheek How often have 1 told you tha the Good Book bids us turn the other cheekI dad honest but he mashed me on the nose I call tha- I foul so pitched in and licked the itutlin out of him Dad hes beer to Sunday school just as much as I have and he ought to have known the rules Turtle Terrorizes Post Oflice A big snapping tirtle which sud tenh made its appearance in the post office at Middletown N Y vhile the clerks were busy assorting mail creatcJ a sensation which tot soon be forgotten Where the ortoise came from is mystery butt is supposed to have been in one oi the mail bag It was first discovered on the floor hurrying toward one on the employes who quickly took refuge of a table while others of the department gave it a wide berth as the turtle appeared in an ugly mood A colored man inally arrived and captured the un velcome visitor for soup OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys nbcalthY Kidneys Sake Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes et merits a out the waste or Impurities In the blood If theyaresfck or out of order they fall to their work Pales aches and rheumatism come from ex teas of uric acid In the neglectedkidney trnsteadyheartthey Lad heart trouble because the heart is overworking in pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries- It csed to be considered that only urinary kidneysbut beginIIf you sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the exlraordlnu effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy is- non ttll1zecl It stands the highest for Its vondeiful cures of the most dlsti lnE cases and fssoldon Its fiftYIcentes may yourbloodter do are raempaootfreecut If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer c Co BInghamton N Y Doat make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BtnpwntonN CALEB POWERS 1 Talks of His Coming Trial Time it Will be And WhoWill be The JudveI Georgetown Ky Sept 29 The Leaders correspondent called upon Caleb Powers at the Georgetown jail this afternoon and asked Willyour case be called up and set for trial atIthe approaching term of the county court I cannot say about its being set for trial It will certainly be called i up My attorney will be here Monday and will press for speedy hearing If you cannot get a trial some time this year have you any other steps to take in your case Yes sir we will make a motion forbail Ihave always been entitled to it Judge Hargis was given bail in three cases on the same kind of a charge as mine He is under bond in two cases now What do you think of your chances for an acquital this time queried your correspondent I will never be convicted unless the jury is packed and fixed for con viction Who will try you this timeII dont know I understand that State administration at Frankfort is- to bring strong pressureto bear on Judgs Robbins to try me again It is said that it as well as the prosecu tion is afraid to trust Judge Stout to give the character and mock trialf to which I have always been subjected A Diplomatic Young Woman Senator Long said of diplomacy at a dinnerThat was a very diplomatic young woman whom I heard about the other day What do you do some one said to her at a ball when a man per sists in asking you for a dance and you dont want to dance with him I tell him she replied that my card is full But supposing it isnt and he still persists Then said the young woman I insist it is and at the same time time let him see it isnt How to Save 60000000 Farming The United States imports annual ly about 60000000 worth of drugs and dyes made from products that could be grown in the United States just as well Camphor now sells for twentyfive cents a pound and while not an ounce of it is grown in this country the Government has demonstrated that camphor trees are successful here Licorice root is another thing that posses great possibilities The Department of Agriculture has demonstrated that the licorice plant is harjly as I far north as Pennsylvania Bell donna has also been shown to do well in good garden soil The only I way to determine absolutely whether I these various special crops can be groan successfully is to try them and it is well to do this in a small way at first- Insurance T Department of Ken tucky Frankfort Aug 13th 1906 Whereas The National Life In surance Company located at Mont pelier Vt possessed of the actual capital required under the laws of this Commonwealth and has corn I plied with all the requirements of said laws which are applicable to Life Insurance Companies incorpor ated by or doing business in other I States of the United States Now therefore I Henry Prewitt Insurance Commissoner forI the State of Kentucky in pursuanc of the authority vested in me by the laws of this Commonwealth do hereby certify that C M Barnett and C E Smith of Hartford in the I County of Ohio are authorized as Agents of the aforesaid Company to I transact the business of Insurance I for one year from Aug 1 1906 in I this State as provided by the laws thereofIIn Testimony Whereof I have I hereunto subscribed mylname and causedmy official Seal to be affixed i on the day and year first above written I HENRY R PREWITT Insurance Commissioner Wants New Name Vaughan Taylor Borgenski of Bala Pa has naturally caught theI simple spelling fever so popular I with President Roosevelt Borgen ski wants his last name changed to Borret beause with his present name he is up against all sorts of perplexities In the first place it is hard to spell hen it is harder to remember nnd is a conspiracy he believe that his Business as draughtsman in 1hilc lelphia would be more profitable to him if his name were not such 1 stuperHe in his petition that his daily called many different name and that many communications intended for him are either neve written or go astray because the writer is unable to remember or properly spell his name The court is holding the matte under advisementDefined Small BoyPa what is an opti mistPaAn optimist my son isa mat who doesnt care a blank what happens so that it doesnt happen to him A Smooth One He stole a kiss And the angry miss Exclaimed I like your cheek Thats good said he I shave you see Each morning in the week Small Talk J PeckhamBut my dear Im sorry to say you lack the courage of our convictions Mrs PeckhamNow what in the vorld do you mean by that Henry PeckhamYou say there is no use alking and then you go right ahea ind talk some more Perjures Herself to Shield Man In an effort to save her brother nlaw H A Druggers from jail Mrs Jane Hawkins of Houston ounty Ala swore before the United States commissioner at Troy that she owned and operated a moonshine still captured from Druggers and them Her statement availed nothing as the man was adjudged guil ty The still was captured in a remote ection of the state after a hard rids and the woman insisted on taking the long journey for the trial She did everything she could to shift the blame from the man but failpd CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought StUf Washington Letter Much satisfaction has Leon ex iressed over the determination of rotary Shaw to deposit 26000 000 in government funds with the rincipal depository banks of the ountry in order to help out the resent money stringency What the banks are most in need of at he present moment is ready cash and the government is willing to receive in the Treasury as security any bonds which according to the lawn of New York and Massachusetts have been rated as satisfactory see urity for savings banks The liquid ands thus made available will help out considerable in the interior where ready money is required for toying crops The larger deposits of course will go to New Yorkand Chicago but 26 different cities from Boston Mass to New Orleans and Sioux Falls will also benefit and while some of the money may be used in speculation as the movement of the stock market indicated soon after the announcement of these deposits was made it will help the country at large at a time when the loney market was sorely in need of helpIn the general antitrust campaign which has now been inaugurated much the most important movement is the preparation of the suit against the Standard Oil Company which only awaits the approval of Attor n ty General Moody before it is put into effect Just how this campaign is going to be conducted has not yet been divulged by the government but three of the best corporation lawyers obtainable have been retained as special council for the department of justice They are Messrs Purdy Morrison and Kel log the latter for sometime council for the United States Steel Corporation and whose situation in that corporation became unpleasant if- not unterable because we was not illing to lend his services in the fight against the Northern Securities Company All three of the gentle named have kept in close touch with Commissioner of Corporation arfield in the investigation that he- has made during the past two years Old Tried True- NATIONAL J LIFE INSURANCE CO OF VERMONT c= Fiftysix and onehalf years of honest con servitivo successful management has made this one of the most honored and trusted companies in mericatho lowest combined Death and Expense rate of any Company of equal are Unexcelled strength of assets guaran 11 e tees our stability Talk It over witH vis BARNETT SMITH IHartford Republican Office I of the Standard Oil Companys bus illess methods It will be recalled thati one section of this report alrcad has been published and the methods lightIjustify a prosecution under the She man AntiTrust Act Cripple Cured by Dream i Because he dreamed that robbers had attacked him George Gilpin of Marion ladan aged man who has been a bedridden cripple for yeast is able to walk Gilpin suffered from dislocation of the hip but when he dreamed that thugs were about to strangle him he struck with both hands and kicked with both feet When he awoke he was doing gymnastic feats worthy c- anathleteHe greatly surprised to find that he was using his right lej which had been powerless for yean He attempted to walk and foun that he could Surgeons say that while Gilpin was asleep the muscles and tendons became relaxed and when the violent exercise brough about by the dream occurred the dislocated hip joint dropped back into place iBackFirstI A marriage recorded at Portage Wis September 13 concealed the romance of Joseph Waldo of Seth Ilia Mo and Mrs Martha Kennedy of Endeavor it being their secon appearance at the altar together When they were younger they met loved wedded and raised a family Mrs Waldo concluded that after several years that they could du better alone There were no differ ences other than financial and whe the seperation took place she accost panied her husband to the station and kissed him goodby She obtained a divorce marrie three other men and divorced them Waldo and Mrs Kennedy finally de tided to marry again and todaysh stepped to the altar for the fift timeComplete Costume of a King Wife Princess Clementine mother 01 the prince of Bulgaria said one da to her sailor brother the Due d Joinville Bring me on your nex I trip to the south seas the complet I costume of a kings wife I will gladly the duke answered H returned from the south seas ayeal later and handed to his sister a string of glass beads These are ver pretty said the princess but you promised me a complete costume This is a complete costume salt the duke I have never seen then wear any other English Sparrows English sparrows are real pests They are too small to eat and tot large to be ignored They are supposed to be ubiquitous and an known to be iniquitos I English sparrows are closely related to thedevil I They have appetites which justl i belong to geese and their capacity for making a noise excells that of ten thousands guineas They were brought to this country to destroy IJ few harmless worms but are des troying the country and leaving th- ewormsEx Liberal Mr Hons Doc I aint got much loneyVill you dake my bill out ii- rade Dr GansWhy I might Whats ruor business Mr HansIm der leader off den iddle Cherman band Vell play in ront off your house effryefening California i Pacific Northwest and Mexico CHEAP COLONIST RATES- in effect lady until Oct 31 1906 VIA RailwayI Iron M aiRouta I From St Louis or Memphis Through Tourist SleepersI Greatly reduced round trip Home seekers rates to the WEST AND SOUTHWEST First and Third Tuesdays in each month Liberal I privilegesFor seeInearest Ticket agent or address R T G MATTHEWS T P A 301 Norton Bldg- Louisville Ky SBYW01JIONIHdS 4 AylptL7a 1Y3N11and oowvttdaaw a o II I p1ituantll11l11l11J moss ou JOJ t O1101nJII lnrr15ala4 altM oil to taoonmO- uII u I 11 bUM JII13a4sfy QqU 3ZIHd dNVUO 3 HI tit otut I inil U3V siiq lay joqnt jo itinoai mil pun Vou3j lma alt to pwonlyuuro jo nuiiooj n iil iv Jnimi 0 mtiuuiu Jluin11 IKXXJ oiuq i Miup it I ilu ii I 1i1ncui l I iVl uuHMo Man all oi injuiiililiif V auJAUI trgpiIlrnu patvyaataptnoxvn JO IaJ ugat rcpt nnq faoat u yanr ni ntta IIIII 3JUUI AJKllOllIP U Jnntlatuoaon 1I13UP Will IJII fcllOXULtl ttipulInI H JO I pB JIIITVU ruyii atLnaapaIO- JXO jo lleltl1I JJlus II y a2unI tSaU3 atu ui pup sit jo JOA I tat O AutJucq osn MdUd3 t i slow ui si pUU s paw S1i I uodn uoi oupsip J9B9J3 Q UOAV scq auuoi oiQ IUUOnUUJa uI ayy stlcaiu Iat uodn UM snw I SONIH1 DODO 11V l Thousands of Acres For Sale Iatreasonable price Rich Agricultural nd Mineral Lands alongthe lice of the IRON MOUNTAIN t ROUTE- In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas taoat direct line via ST LOUIS ANI MEMPHIS r I I 4zouniofirst eaX I pemphteqElders RCTOWIUH I TI MATTH- EWtanliurumnrlW7rwrsettle ij ac tom tob1Wc a SIXTEEN CHICUNSIr Hatched on Train Flying Across the Country I f 4Arkansas Hen DH Not allow Mov ing to Another State hterI fere With Raising Family St Louis Oct2Insome corners of Kirkwood it Is not considered po lite toinquire too closely aa to the origin of a mans chickens or wheth they were raised in Missouri ini in Arkansas or from a low roost on a dark night Horace E Hand of that town however is much inter filed in the nativity of seventeen fowels he received from George E Dent of Lawrence county Ark a few days ago He had asked Mr Dent to send him some baby chick ens for his little girl and Mr Dent who had no small chicks on hand shipped a plymoth Rock hen and her nest of sixteen eggs Soon after leaving her Arkansas home the old hen began to announce with excellent clucks that her three weeks work had not been in vain and fluffy little cnickens began to appear At Imboden Ark there were six chickens and back counties to hear from The passengers of the train became deeply inter ested and made frequent inspectu tions to court the brood and speculate on the next edition As the train approached St Louis fifteen oft- lwe eggs had produced chickens and The passengers were disposed to agree that the old hen had accomplished all that could reasonably be expected of her- At Tower Grove station ten min utes before the train was due at its destination the old hen triumphant ly clucked the announcement that her maternal labors were crowded with complete success and the sjx teenth chicken was at St LouiUnI Can you win You realize that to win in anything these lays requires strength with mind and body in tune A man with disordered digestive organs is not in shape for a days work or days play How can I they expect to win Kodol For Dyspepsia contains the digestive juices of healthy stomach and will put your stomach in shape to perform its important function of supplying r the body and brain with strength building blood Digests what you ent relieves Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour stomach Palpitation of the Heart and Constipation Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bra- Modern Music SheWhy did Prof Schnicked stop playing at Mrs Lards musi calHelie said he had to because the conversation was not pitched in the same key as his music When a horse is so overworked it I lies down and in other ways declares its in ability t6 go further you would consider it criminal to use force Many a man of humane impulses whe would not willingly harm a kitchen is guilty of cruelty where his own stomach is concerned Overdriven overworked what it needs is something that will digest the food eaten and help the stomach to recuperated Something like Ko 4ol for dyspeysia is sold Z Wayne Griffin DroIA Villlma Prayer Give us couriage and gayety and the quiet mind Spare to us our friends soften to us our enemies Bless us if it may be in all our in nocent endeavors If it may not give ps the strength to encounter that which is to come that we be brave in peril constant in warmth and in all changes of fortune and down to the gates of death loyal and loving one to anotherRobert Louis Stevenson Keep the bowels open when you have a cold and use a good remedy s 4to allay the inflammation of the mu cous membrances The best is Ken nedys Laxative Honey and Tar It contains no opiates moves the bowl els drives out the cold It is relia t ble and tastes good Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Prices of 1893 and 1906 dlolwDeraocrat i The Unionville Mo Republican prints a comparative table of prices I of the products of Putnam county by years from 1893 to the present I I time It is a convincing exhibit of changes for the better The differ t nc tlcvT is of rriirdrs uttrt Bad Stomach MakesBad I You can not make sweat butter In 0 foul unclean churn The stomach serves M ii eliurii In which to agitate work beingtlhtlslugglstIITint Increments of Dr 1lercen GolllcnI Mcxllcal uincavvry arc jut such servo to correct and euro all such do rangements It is mndo up without drop of ulcohol In Its composition chemIII ically pure trlnlcrellnral used Instead of thn omiiruonly employed alcohol Jfow this Klycerlno U of Itself a Valuable medicine Instead of a debtor OUR nitwit like alcohol ellocldly In the IruftlnloyEIIIIllwIKIIl euro of weak stomach d and the j College Chicago says of It purBoee j un d product of lliu unwiit limo In Its 1lMIIIjulrlllilcaurrlial liillammatluiiof Momirli It In a mint rlllclfiit preparation Olrnrliiowill rtlluvn many eau of prl hrarlhumIand rxctiMlvu imtrlc I clmmlc Inttnttlnal aUlfIIllatnlfiit varlittr and In certain forma Ihichronic ruiittlpatlon Ntlmulatlnir tliu turn and rxorutorr functions of the Immtlnal gland Jlroportllln llluck Cherrybnrk jneenV root lllood root and Mandrakii rot or tin extracts these us In Hr Pierce Jolden ile ofj Discovery ttn can to no doubt of treat efficacy In till euro of nil stotnnch ilrerand Inllstlnllllllnllrs and derange JDHitA These several Ingntdlent Iiava thu stronseit endorxement In all ramsot such eminent medical leaders as Irof 1L lltrtlMilow M Hof Irffrrcon Med ical Outlive Clilcaiii Inif lloliarl A IIaIJII I Mnllcal Department tnlrrn of 1ai frut Laumnni John m M II Medical liepartnivnt Iulvcrnlty j Kdwln lot Hale dt n IlahnrmannMedical CullrgeCldcagu lnt John It W udder M U Klnir M II Authors of thin American IIllonatun anti won iof others landt1Imcnna medlclnn tho ingredients which have Such a endorsement PierceaPleasant InI and every citizen has an interest the lesson of the figures Ten or twelve years ago a sheep in Putnam ounty sold for 50 or 75 cents Now it brings from 150 to 5 and the i wool that sold from 8 to 14 cents a pound in 1895 now commands from 21 to 27 cents At the same time onsumers pay no more for clothing The average price of horses in 1895 vas 46 Now it is 181 A mule hat sells today for 150 could have been purchased for 25 or 30 between the years 1893 and 1896 Other gains for the producer in the ten rears have been 90 per cent for eggs GO to 80 per cent for chickens 50 par cent for turkeys 500 percent for hides and from 15 to 30 percent for cattle These figures are taken from actual business records in Putnam ounty and arc practically the same hat prevailed in other parts of the state At the same time employment at the best wages is now obtainable by all Every person able and willing to work can get a job and the pay was never as good as low A dozen years ago in some tarts of the northwest horses were urned loose as valueless and sheep put up at auction by farmers starved out by lox prices went at 25c each Those were the days of the Wilson tariff law when the protective rate on wool was struck down The story told by the Putnam county comparison is one of vital consequence to every Missourian in connection with the ballot to be cast at the approaching election They can be verified all over the state The voters who slight their plain neaning injures himself and gives his influence against the continuance of the prosperous conditions that now surround him There is more Catarrh in this section of the country then all others diseases put together and until the ast few years was supposed to be ncurable For a great many years lectors pronounced it a local disease and prescirbed locals remedies and- y constantly failing to cured with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and hereof requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the qnly constitu Tonal cure on the market It is aken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts die ectly on the blood and mucous sur face of the system They offer one unfired dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars and tes imonalsAddress F J Cheney Co oledo Ohio Sold by all druggests 75c Take Halls Family Pills for consti lation A Doubtful Compliment Shewho has just been playing for a quarter of an hour Do you play the piano at all Capt Hicks HeNo I am unfortunately only one of the listeners OATOEllearn thiMKind Yea Han Atop Bota v ff t 1t t HANDSOME BUILDING To Be Erected at Fordsville at ai Early Date and Other Items of Interest Inrnboro Inlulrtr The Fordsville Real Estate com pany will be incorporated 5000 capital to erect a withI brick or concrete building Wade corner This building wil contain four rooms and will be oc cupied by a clothing store drug store the postofice and the Farmers State bank Plans arc now being drawn by Kimberlin May of OwensboroThe Lumber company has taken the contract to build the Equity tobacco warehouse The warehouse will be 50 by 100 feet and fivestories high including basement and attic story It will be built on the north side of the L H and S L railroad Tttc cost of the I building is to be 3200 Mr Frederick A Roby has been appointed substitute letter carrier No1 of Fordsville L W Hunt having resigned 1IIf an article is imitated the original is always best Think it over and when you go to buy that box of salve to keep around the house get DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is the original and the name is stamp ed every box Good for tetter boils cuts and bruises andI especially recommended for Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro In Memoamj pbruajry1906 at Ids home near Baizetown Uncle Henry as he was known j to every body was one of the most lonely characters in his community No man stood higher in the estima tion of his neighbors His remains were interred in the family burying ground on his home place attended by a large concourse of his friends and relatives The funeral serviceI was conducted by Rev W G art C Sept 28 1906 True and tried friends of the fam ilyDewitts Little Early Risers Best for results and best to take Rosey checks and sparkling eyes follow the use of these dependable lit tie pills They do not gripe or sicken Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro The Arkansas Hog A man who had watched the affair and claimed to know about hogs razor backs in particular gave the following dissertation Arkansas has a greater variety of hogs and less pork and lard than any state in the union An average hog in Ar kansas will weigh about fourteen pounds when dressed with his head on and about six pounds anda half with its head off It can out run a greyhound jump a rail fence climb like a parrot and live on grass roots and rabbit tracks It hasnt much tail or bristle but plenty of gall It will lick a wolf or a bear in a fair fight It is socalled razor back because it is shaped like a sun fish In hunting razorbacks they are always shot at sideways for there is not a ghost of a show to hit them otherwise any more than to shoot at a split shingle It can drink milk out of a quart jar on account of its long thin head This FOR BOTH One disease of thinness in children is scrofula i in adults consumption Both have pOOl blood both need more fat Theso diseases thrive on lean ness Fat is the best means of overcoming them cod liver oil makes tho best and healthiest fat and SCOTTSEMULSION is the easiest and most effective form of cod liver oil Heros a mtural order of things that shows why Scotts Emulsion is- of so much value in all castes of scrofula and consumption Mire fat more weight more nourishment thats why- Send i for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York CC 1t11 n II t I 1Ht r a J rtu 1 terotH p4t M0 r type of razorback is known as the stone hog because its head is so heavy and its nuse so long that it balances up behind The owner of this type of hog usually tics a ston to its tail to keep it from overbal ancing and breaking its neck while running If the stone is too heavy it will pull the skin over its eyes and it will go blind u Is tho Moon Inhabited Science has proven that the moon has an atmosphere which make life in some form possible on tha satellite but not for human beings who have a hard enough time on this earth of ours especially those who dont know that Electric Bitter cure Headache Biliousness Malaria Chills and Fever Jaundice Dyspep sia Dizziness Torpid Liver Kidney complaints General Debility am Female weakness Unequalled as a general Tonic and Appetizer for weak persons and especially for aged It induces sound sleep theI guaranteed by Z Wayne Giiflin lire druggist Price only 60c SAME HERE Elizabetbtown Merchants Cook ing and Lawyers Taking Care of Babies r ntirabathtowxew The labor problem in Elizabeth town is getting at an acute stage and domestic help is getting scarcer all the time If it continues like it has been going for the past year the white people will be put up against the most serious problem that ever confronted them This week a well known dry goods merchant had to leave his store and cook his own meals A lawyer had to leave an unfinished brief to take care of the baby while the wife did the cooking and a well known society man says it will soon be up to him to do his own washing or wear dirty clothing = ABTORA ZSIBoltz A True Rustic It is Priscillas first visit to the country she has heard the cackling of the hens and connected it with the laying of the eggs she hears the cow moo and calls to her mother Mamma come quick the cow has I laid some more milk TortureI of Then I was advised to apply Buck lens Arnica Salve and less than a box permanently cured me write L S Napier of Rugles Ky Heal all wounds Burns and Sores like magic 25c at Z Wayne Griffin d I Bro druggist A Giant Baby Multiply by three the love solici tude and care lavished by the aver age mother of the average babe and Mrs Rudolph Shotwell of Staten Island N Y says the material mini can grasp what the presence of Eth elShotwell aged 13 months mean in her household This is because baby ethel is three times most chil dren of her age So far as is known j she is the biggest baby of 13 months in the world Here is some of the babes measurements Bust pleasure 33 inches arm above the elbow 10 inches halfway between elbow and wrist 8 Inches thigh measure 18 inches round the knee 12 inches at the ankle 6 inches height 36 inches weight 71 pound The child is quite as remarkable for baby bright and good nature as she is for size Her head feet and I hands are well proportioned Mrs Shotwell has also a daughter 4 years I old and so far as size is concerned like other children- It has been a prodigious effort to beIyards of cloth are necessary to make her a dress and patterns have to be adapted for her Mrs Shotwell says mothers who have had to carry around in their arms heavy babies can appreciate her joy now that she has obtained a go cart Mrs Shotwell was born in Austria twentyone years ago She was one of eighteen children and was married at the age of 14 Her husband is an oyster man and was born on Staten island A cold is much more easily cured when the bowels are open Ken nedys Laxative honey and Tar opens the bowels and drives the cold out of the system in young or old Sold by Yj G e 2ro Pt 1 AweefabfePrtparationrorAs Imitating fteFoodandHegula liag theStwacfe aadBowels of VMS HIlDKI N Promotes DigeatfonjCfeerful neasandHestloaiains neither 0piumJ0I0rp ROr 1fiIaaL Nor NARc OTIC Agird JJiseAric A UpIInonWorm5ConvuJsknsFovcnsh ness and loss or SLEEP FacSlnib Signature or NEW YORK in los s EXACT cart OF WAERCA I For and tL IKE and THE and 200 THE and 160 THE and Louis 175 THE find Houw and Farm 125 THE and pj and 325 TKE and Week 175 TKE and 370 TilE RFXH7 uxcXK and 175 TuE and 150 j all to mLI BAKDALLT COLLINS WAYNE GRIFFIN in STOP AT fa The Home for Ohio Bu a L7DJI 344 untlJ the JWaBottrf tobnold it Obnaarf account of the opening of our Kr nsTtUo Oil I Jegearo oUL VoTantion ester ray tfaoa 27 Colleges fa 15 States 3G00I1lsYi CAPITAL intoned b7 boainew mea frna Maine to Oalifomlx IT jwrm eoeceaB Wi- p10ttaehBYNlI 1 SECURED I MONEY uxl 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fThe Best Line to fedianaNehsPia f CWcagt I Tsfer1e + I IICleveland Buffalo fNewYork r Boston And all other points East Information cheerfully fur nished on application at CitytTicket Office Big Four 259 Fout k avenue or write i toIS J GATES GenI Agent Passenger DeptlV Louisville I + JGeneralCincinnati OI1 I111 Vim 1 Eukl flysppsia ClJ- ltfC7nctct1 t dr YH o Y ti Fc e Hartford Republican luntdbytli Hartford IabllrhlugCompnny IHCO1POR1VED lloreJt tzrnot f3 Cumcrln534aou-Ch 1rzFRIDAY OCTOBER 5 REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR COXOHKSS M L HEAVRIN Of Ohio County ANNOUNCEMENTS- We ore rlrithOTIZed to annonncflS A ANHKIt BON of Wrut llnrttonl Precinct n rnuillclnt for IlrprwrntntlvF In the lentrnt Ammnliljr from thlithoMthdlAtrlct mlijwt to the netlon ot the UelIbllrno pnrly We nr hnthorlterl to announce CLAltKNCl DcWKESK ot Shrev 1rwlnct it riiiullilnte for- itepreeentntlreInthe ienf ml AHeinhlj from tble tbeta ll rlctMlliTt to the nitlon of the llrpabllrnn ortyIVf are nnthorlieil to nnnounn AV W 1AItKi of Ilnrtlrttft Ilwlnct n vnmllilnte for Heprw en tntlvo In the Oencrul Amwinbljr from thlsthn2tth- dletrlct ulicct to the tictlon ot the lUinljllcnn jmrty Examine the labol on your paper If It Is not correct notify us THE stars and stripes is the only remedy for Cuban disorders SENATORBAILEwhasuninsurrec tion of his own on hands in Texas SENATOR does not deny the 250000 but says he earned it honestly WHEN the Hearst army goes into action in New York it will shell the woods with dollars IF any of our voter readers failed to register Tuesday it was not our fault We warned them last week IT looks very much like the State machine has arranged a coat of whitewash for the Eastern Asylum scandal WE would be glad if Grover Cleve land would break the silence long enough to tell us what he thinks of present politics NEW YORK Democrats claimed they would put Hearst off at Buffa lo They failed and must now do it in November MR BRYAN is still busy down south patching the punctures which he gave his tire during that Madison Square garden speech A VOTE for Heavrinisvote for a continuance of the present Repub lican policies which have proven so beneficial to the country OUR information is that Dr AD James is making a winning fight over in the bloody third and will be far in the lead in November WE understand that Mr Hager who is running for the Democratic nomination for Governor in his speaches tries to unsaddle the odium of the dog tax on the Republicans because some of them voted for it This is the unkindest cut of all Those who kept up with the various t disgraceful acts of the late unlamented Legislature will remember that the dog tax act was fathered by Mr Croan of Bullitt county who is a Democrat and that it was passed by a Democratic majority and sign ed by a Democratic Governor When you pay your tax on little Fido dont charge it up to the Republi cansTILE City Council did its part Wednesday night when it ordered an election on the bond question It is now up to the voters to say whether we shall provide against disease and death which may come to our loved ones as a result of the unsani tary condition of our town by pro viding a sewerage system Equality in the benefits derived from taxa tion also demands the macadamizing of the rest of our principal streets As it is one part of the town enjoys rockedstreets while others contrib ute to pay for and maintain them Let us all enjoy some of these benefits and as soon us possible There is no danger of making taxes any higher The rate is at the limit TilE REAL MENACE The statement by the Hartford Herald that every farmer knows the tariff to be a menace to his business will no doubt be received with a reverberating ha ha by those farmers who remember the despairing days of the last Democrat ic tarift law under Cleveland The l t St kind ofa tariff which menaces their business ilthe kind under which they sold sheep at 100 ti 125 per head wool at 5 to 10 cts Der poling milch cows at 800 t 12OQ mules at 2500 to 3000 calves at 15Q to 225 good horse s at 2000 to 4000 Every other kind of farm product was selling at ruinous prices It is true farmhands were cheap A farm laborer wild pow gets 18 to 20 per month could have been employed then at 8 but no one could use him at an price Laborers of all kinds wer tramping the country begging for employment on the farm in the shop any thing to keep the wolf from the door Thousands of then were menaced Not by a pro tective tariff but by starvation They had been turned out in the cold by closed factories all over the country Many of them instead oJ being consumers and maintaining a market for the farmers products became farmers and competitors The only kind of tariff which menaces the farmer is the kind which the Democrats put on tin statutes in 1894 p BECKHAM AND ANTISALOON- LEAGUE No possible good can come to the AntiSaloon League in Kentucky by taking part in the present disgraceful contest between Gov Beckham and Senator McCreary Whenever it does so it weakens itself with a great many people J One M B Adams who poses the head of the organization in the State is flooding the post offices with a circular letter in support of Governor Beckham At the same time the Governors Capitol Square policeman stands indicted by the Franklin county grand jury for op crating n blind tiger on the new Capitol grounds and the charge of Senator McCreary that the Governor has accepted money from the liquor purposesistill hold his job Senator McCreary charges that the Governor has been in office six years and has only been antisaloon two months He also says that he has traveled with the Governor one campaign for three months often sleeping with him and is acquainted with his habits In view of these facts it seems to us thatit would be wise for the AntiSaloon League to call off Mr Adams and that Methodist Confer ences andBaptist Associations would do well to confine themselves to the work of saving souls instead of passing resolutions in the political interest of one whose sincerity is thus openly and notoriously questioned TILE HERALDS PHANTOM Secretary Shaw has again come to the relief of the money market by loaning the Wall street financial sharks a few millions of the public funds without interest or security other than national bonds This money is loaned at high rates of in terest to stock speculators Who says the administration is divorced from Wall street influences Reader you may think the above quotation is from the Financial World or some other great au thority on finance but not so It is from our own and ownliest Hartford Herald How dare Secretary Shaw loan money to those poor Wall street sharks with no more security than National bonds Maybe it was done in his absence We cannot be lieve but that had he been there he might at least have exacted a chat tel mortgage on their shirts Or failing in that he might have required them to deposit their pocket knives as additional collatteraf Anything to bolster up those Na Now gentle reader dont tell the Hartford Herald the awakening would be too sudden but that mono ey 26000000 is loaned to National banks which are United States i depositories They are situated in every city of any importance in out country Louisville Nashville i Memphis New Orleans any and all of thesecities far removed from theWall street sharks have 41It U loaned so that the peoplt may have the benefit of its dream lion instead of being locked up Treasury vaults und of no benefit tt the government or her people who compose the government If it wag ikept there the Hartford Her old und every other antiadminis tratiori paper would be up in arm against the Secretary for depriving the popleof the use and beheift if this money These Wall street sharks l which continually presist in swim ming in the Heralds imagination ado ministration at Washington is not married to Wall street influences and hence needs no divorce from them Secretary Shaw to Speak at Leitchfield Secretary of the Treasury Leslie Leitchfieldyi next Tuesday Oct 9 at 1 p tri He is one of the finest speakers in the i United States and it will well repay any one to make the trip to hear him He should have a large dele gation from Ohio county It will be necessary to go on the early morn ing train to reach Leitchfield in time The return can be made on the evening local CONFERENCE New Presiding Elder and Several Changes in Pastors Recorded j The Sixtyfirst annual Louisville conference of the Methodist Episco j pal church South adjourned at Cen tral City Monday after announcing the following appointments for the I Owensboro district R F Hays Presiding elder I CentertownW A Grant I CalhounE R Bennett CrandallasCloverportB M Currie IFordsvilleR H HartfordIE LewisIGreenville iircuitG W Shugart HartfordJames A Lewis and JI F Baker I HawesvilleJ T DeMonbrum Lewisberg James E Lewis i I LewisportE E Pate LivermoreC F Williams i Owensboro Settle Memorial F M Thomas t Owensboro BreckenridgeW 1 GordonOwensboro WoodlawnJ Barney Butler Owensboro Main streetJ L ReidOwensboro CircuitC F Hart fordRomeE D Ryan SacramentoJ C Hoskinson South Carrollton W R Wagone- rStephensportF R Robinson Sulphur SpringsJames A Good t manYelvingtonJ W Love KENTUCKY M E CONVERENCE IThe Kentucky Conference of the- M E Church closed its session at Greenup last week reports of the ministers showing a very prosperous condition in the various departments of the church Following is the as signment of ministers in the Louis villedistrict for the Conference year LOUISVILLE DISTRICT F L Creech P E Arlington E E Winfrey Beaver Dam Supplied by J 11 Horn Black Ford To be supplied Bowling Green David Reed Bawling Green Circuit Daniel Critzer Deer Lick supplied by W N Wyatt DextervilleSupplied by W M Embry EarlingtonSupplied by W N Huntsman suppliedjHickory Grove E T Lewis- Leitchfield supplied by J H Davis LouisvilleEpworth I E H Edwards Trinity H G Ogden I Wesley C A Fellows Morgantown D P Holtzclaw No Creek G W Dame Paducah J B Perryman Patton Creek Supplied by B Helm Onton Supplied by J H Embry Owensboro J W Cantrell Sacramento To be supplied Sample To be supplied Scottsville S B Wardrip Summit Supplied by J R Martin I Tompkinsville To be supplied Vine Grove To be supplied Woodsonville To be supplied t I j A Bad Stomach Lessens tne usefulness and mars the haP i plness of lire Its a weak stomach a stomach that can nnot properly perform Its functions i71 Among Its symptoms ate distress after eating nausea between meals heartburn blclilng vomiting flatulence and nervous headache j HoodsSarsaparilla Cures a bad stomach Indigestion and dyt pppsla and the cure Is permanent Accept no substitute iiiiti r w tr r t t I y LEADER II JI Buy Your Clothes on Bus hess Principles Dont let friendship enter into tho transaction Look for values Make your money secure all thats coming to you We conduct our bnsiiUsjJcm business principle Wo de pond on our good values to satisfy you anti make you u permanent customer Wo want you to examine our line of Suits They tine made right told are the right kind of material ut tho right price Cull ands l our new Full styles Just Arrived Youll Like Them Prices from 750 to18t RENDER Brown Brown Lucyc James James smiles doing Simon Buy an Overcoat Now The colder have thou o of than wait after Wo have fine line of Overcoats right price anybody pay exorbitant their clothes say had then rlmmle order wise would rather have the liflirence in pocket and value in clothe garments your treasure fit perfectly told are Imndmado i highest class tailoring shops Use this full and buy hurt and sonsoI good values Itif t A Store for Boys Buys today are of tomorrow are in business grow and we want grow with tho liuloIboys wu after fAwnnters and supply them with our Clothes Q when they grow up HERE ARE SOME SPECIALST- hat interest mothers that have boys clothe for The items named below are from our new stock and represent newest styles and in boys fashions full all Wool 3pieco Suits Norfolk style uniform bandmade price 550 Special 450 Boys fine all wool 3piece Suit Norfolk and al so other different styles regular price 1 Special 325 Boys fine quality Suits G 10 all colors difl styles 3541 value sSpecial fit So 95 UIf Boys nile quality Suits in all styles and colors age n to 15 rigumr priw il Special Y 235Jquality Suits in size and colors Special 1nsIL Shoes VvornentShoesWo have thorn hero and our price easy reach You get conlfIt Jiin UCJT of our Shoes Wo can give you any style you Bring your Suet t iv nt 1 M try you pair v SAM BAGH Hartford Ky wv Oct 2E T Louisville and Mrs J H Central City were the guests Miss last Wednesday Born to the wife of James Eadens last Thursday a is all Mother is Mrs H B Innis and daughter Gladys went to Frankfort and Louisville last Thursday Will Herrel of Shult town was the guest of his brother L E Her rel last Friday Mr and Mrs Joe Robinson of wore the guests of Mr and Mrs N C Uobison last and Saturday Jones went to Louisville last Saturday Sydney Williams Hartford was weather is turning why tint it now to till awhile a at the for Some men prices for just to they to Tho man the his Your friends will think that our were made to They 11tcommon your clothes save Sto our at 500 to of the Wo to to thats why look the tJ should to fall fall tho fabrics Boys buttons style age to r- Ot 250 all is to out want to thi us on a of boy well Miss Cromwell Friday his men the guest of his brother D W Williams last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs 0 W Smith Cen tral City were the guests of Mr and Mrs S B Filmore last Saturday I i Mr and Mrs Arnett Miller Tay j lor Mines were here last Sunday- t Mrs Geo Edwards and Miss Al berta Shrader spent the day in I Rosine last Sunday Jno H Barrass attended the con ference in Central City last Sunday- A T Bishop Rockport was here yesterdayLewis own went to Fordsville yesterday S S Hoover Louisville was here todiy Rudolph Jahn Freepdrt lllo is the guest nf hupurents ilrand f =rra rrar z7 crTntttt9a Mrs T JalmaIThee is much sickness in this lo iamong children with chills whooping cough and scarlet fever I Jno Mclntye of Hartford was i here today i j THE SINGER IORWilsonI 1 If in need of a Singer or Wheeler and Wilson Sewing Machine I will bring one to your house and showLyou the work and make prices to paymentsAlsomachines Office at my residence on Center street Year patronage solicited JCBENNETT J l- n Hartford Ky f r Y i ryJa FAIRSor SPECIALS r- I SAT OCT1 61 To introduco further to you our now stock of Fall Merchandise wo will oiler to you on the above date only the following goods at prices and only in quan tities as below mentioned Our terms are strictly cash Best Prints 10 yards to u customer lit 42c Best staple brands of good Domestic Sold ov orrwhole at Gc and 7c 10 yards to a customScer Onl- yTable Oil Cloth Fivefourths wide best brands known and sold everywhere for 20c Our price two yards toISca customer Regular Gingham Senrds special 7cfor that every in finish 8epOl CLOAK DEPARTMENT watt a chance show every lady in Hartford vicinity our lino of Cloaks and Of course wo do not expect to do business wo have confidence enough in our styles qualities prices to largo share of are willing to put our time against yours If purchase we will appreciate it If not you for your sy in looking Competent sales to fit gar 1l110nt l s m0mm j Milim ij Hartford Republican I FRIDAY OCTOBER 5 RallroadTlmo Table Norlti noiiml- No Nonlli Hound Ittiln hO ft m Noll dul lSl ft m I NoirMuolJiSOpra Nolol doe 24S p lu No 10dn1 p m 1o1fIdote9pm- For r Rugs and Carpets see Carson co y For School Shoes call on Carson CoaWe are headquarters for Furni tureCARSON Co Cold drinks of all kinds at City RestaurantGuns Guns Where At U S Carsonsi1tf Mr Sam Morton Smallhous call ed to us Monday Isnt that Ladies Parlor at City a beauty For latest style in Millinery visit Long Cos Economy Store Mr Beda called to us while town Monday Big bargains in Millinery now at Long Cos Economy Store Fresh Oysters Fish and ev rythingI good to eat at City Restaurant Mr J E Miller Friedaland was avery pleasant caller Wednesday Dont forget steak and freshI meats at City Restaurant Get your Meals and Lunches at City Restaurant Best in Hartford j Alonzo France and John Morton lSmallhous were pleasant callers v j I i it 11 R n v rk 7 cent Apron Check all col Mens heavy Gray Cot ton Sox tho kind thut sell everywhere for lOc Our price Hope Bleach A brand la dy knows soft full wide none like it for wear actual value 10c10 yards to a custom Wo to and Furs tho entire Cloak but and expect n it We you will thank courte every Illinois Central see Restaurant Vick Stewart see In those Work yard ladies Fresh Fish and Oysters at City I Restaurant We sell high grade goods at low prices at Carson Co I Call on Lida Morton for the latest in Hats at Carson Cos I Mr C F Wallace Rosine made us a pleasant call last Friday I Scholarship in Massey Business College for sale at this office CheeseS sagc Boiled Ham and Crackers at City Restaurant Mr T C Path learRlln was a pleasant caller lasrSaturilay See the bargains we are offering in Clothing i LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE It will pay you to visit our Millin ery Department I LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE I For Scholarship in the Bowling j Green Business College apply at this office I1074 If you are in need of groceries bring or phoneyour orders to Car son Co Mrs Heber Mathews is the guest of her mother Mrs M E Smith at I I OwensboroICome to us for the latest in Dress Goods and Trimmings LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE Get your Fertilizer Field Seeds and Farm Implements from D L Sandefur Beaver Dam Ky 75t IFOR SALE A scholarship in the Business Institute Call on or address Toe REPUBLICAN Master Trimble Pendleton return Ted Wednesdayrirpnv an extended visit tohis aunt atiEtu Johns Kansas For the best of kraut call on Moore Crabtree u A Assessors W Leach Rob Roy called to see us Wednesday Mr and Mrs Z Wayne Griffin were in Louisville several rllys this week u We have a few fine buggies left that we will close at a very low price CARSON Co Dont forget about Peters Shoes and how they wear LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE For the lands sake get your Raw Bone from D L D Sandefur Beav er Dam Ky 113t City Restaurant is the place to get everything good to eat Nice and cleanfine service Mr W A Hill Ceralvo called and renewed his faith in TilE REPUBLIC AN while here Monday Take a look at our Cloaks Rain Coats and Furs before buying LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE Mr C D Gillespie traveling representative for the Louisville Even ing Post called to see us Wednesday your laundry at Cleve Ilers ILeave Work guaranteed Prompt Agent Richmond Laundry 4Gtf American Girl skirts are perfectfitting and cant be beat for style and quality STOREI fairIthere j Miss Hattie Barnett is able to be lout again after being confined to her room for several weeks of ty phoid fever Fon SALEGoodsmall farm cheap with 7 room house 11 miles from Public Mines Onehalf cash E M Miller McHenry 124t Miss Katheryne Evans who has been visiting Mr and Mrs Wallace Riley returned to her home in Georgetown Ky Wednesday lion R C Chrenshaw of Chris tian county Democratic candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture paid usa visit while here last Fri day Our neighbor the Hartford Herald has just installed a Junior Lynotype type setting machine which is quite an addition to its plant Mrs W T Woodward left Tues day for Doniphan Mo where she will be the guest of her mother Mrs P A Paul and other relatives for a few weeks Messrs W S Tinsley and E M Woodwardattended the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias as repre sentatives of Rough River Lodge the first of the week Mr Layman Kahn and Miss Em ma L Daniel Cromwell were unit ed in marriage at the residence of Rev A B Gardner city yesterday Rev Gardner officiating Mr Sam Render Norman Okla who has been the guest of relatives here for several days has been in attendance at the Horse Showat Louisville this week I Schroaters Floating Studio is stilt at Hartfords landing They are better prepared than ever to turn out uptodate potographs Get your work done before winter sets in lltf High water is doing a great deal of damage to crops on Green river from Rochester to Smallhous Many cornfields and pea patches are under water and the years crop entirely destroyedMr Hocker recently sold his farm a mile east of Hartford to Mr J B Appling consideration 4000 Mr Appling will take possession of same January 1 Mr Hocker has not yet decided where he will go The continued wet weather has been very damaging to crops in the Rough river valley Corn in theI low grounds has been under in some places and in a number of cases tobacco has rotted in the barns There seems to be an epidemic of scarlet fever in several parts of the country Several children are stricken in the Nocreek neighborhood some in Hartford some in the Beaver Dam neighborhood and oth er neighborhoods are not freefrom itt ii t Mr L P Downs of Livermor railed to see us while in town yester day FOR SAIlA firstclass work HartforIceMr Arch Lewis Calhoun will ar rive in Hartford tomorrow to visit relatives Mr S W James an old andr spected citizen of Wysox is quite ill fofc paralysis Joe Maxey of Taylortown got his arm badly cut with a cornknif Wednesday The hunting season will soon b- on Get your gun and ammunition at U S Carsons 11t Mr R W Kings new residence nearing completion and he will move to same soon Mr A J Carter of the Em Hartford Neighborhood was pleasant caller yesterday Mr H T Ross has begun the erec tion of a residence in what is known as the J A Thomas addition Mrs M A Lewis returned from Calhoun Wednesday where she was called by the illness of her son Arch Mr W M Foreman Jr has moved his produce house to the building formerly occupied by Till REPUBLICAN Mrs W I Adkins died at her home at McHenry Wednesday night and her remains were interred at Cool Springs yesterday Cancer removed without the knifealso indolent ulcers Nocur- no pay Write to Dr G B Dock cry Bradfords ill Ky 9t Messrs W H Barnes E L Bullington Henry Weinsheimer ant Henry Nail left Tuesday for a few days visit to points in Arkansas WANTED One good man to sell fruit trees in Ohio county Addre W S Ashby Sons Highland Nursery Cloverport Ky Cash advanced weekly 6M Judge John B Wilson who is engaged in surveying for the Green River Coal Mining Co in the Taylor town Neighborhood has complete about half his task The pension Board composed o Drs S J Wedding of Hartford J S Smith of McHenry S D Taylor of Beayer Dam held its regular meeting Wednesday We will buy your Chickens Ducks Calves Lambs Etc and pay high est cash price Live stock receive on Monday before 9 oclock HARTFORD COMMISSION Co The people of Hartford irrespective of church affiliation are glad the Louisville Conference has re turned Rev J A Lewis for another year He is loved and respected ball Y our people LOST A watch charm on the lost day of the Ohio County Fair on onside of which was the square and compass and on the other a reindeer Finder please return toA J Carter Hartford Ky or to this office 2- 1WANTEDGentlemen or lad with good references to travel b- rail or with a rigfora firm of 250 00000 capital Salary 107200 pe year and expenses salary paid week ly and expenses advanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Hartford Ky 10m6 Notice to Tax Payers Pay your taxes before interest penalty and cost of tax warrant is addedR MARTINSOC FOR THE BUSY READER t Hancock county voted dry Wed nesday by a majority of 317 President Roosevelt and family are back at the White House for thE winter HoniHoke Smith was electe Governor of Georgia Tuesday by the usual Democratic majority The Japanese Government it is said isjplanninga navy which will enable them to resist the world t ExPresident Palma of Cuba ha returned with his family to his old home at Bayamo Province of Santl agoI Eleven persons including severa- Ilentuckians 1 were injUred nan T+ d t E P Barnes Bro 1 READY READY f I READY With the biggest best and broadest stockof I tall Goods we over had Our buyers are all i back from their buying tour and every depart e inept or our big establishment received its share fofall that is newest and best Every NEW S GOOD thing that Dame Fashion has inaugurated is represented in this most wonderful ft wasuof Fall Merchandise It is now on sale ready for your inspection Remember your dollar at I store goes as far and buys as much stuff as i rany other mans dollar in the world Every article marked in plain figures and ONE PRICE C to every customer We invite you to come and 4 see Or yourself We honestly believe you are rlosing money by not supplying your needs from our stocks t Plaids Plaids 44DRESS GOODS AND READY MADE relSKIRTS in fact in every 4I a r I i selections for fall You can come here and get just what real style is in materials or ready re made Skirts 4 w t New Millinery SMART PRETTY HATS FOR FALL g WEAR aboutfiour 2f ment Our showings will give you the exact 9 S idea ofthe prevailingstyhs Miss Merrie King youZsI Beaver Dam 1 4 4z Illinois Central passenger wreck near Murphysboro Illinois 3 Lieutenant Lahaun an America army officer won the Internationa balloon race atParis His ballooi landed in England S YThe County Unit law has been de Judgrnow go The Kentucky Grand lodg Knights of Pythias is in session a Louisville this week Reports sho- ed a healthy growth of the orde during the past year Serious damage is said to havi been done to tobacco in the burls districts by the continuous rain Many crops have already rottedan have been used for fertilizer It is announced that Presiden Roosevelt has decided to appoin Charles E Majjoon Provisional Governor of Cuba and that he will re lieve Secretary Taftin a few days Conditions along the gulf coast it the path of the recent storm arc again almoSt normal Railroad have resumed operations ashavi most of the telegraph and telephonE companies 3 In the registration IB Louisvijli I Tuesday and We ay the Repu b licans got decidedly the best of it The Democratic low over last yea I waS 9729 wbOe the Republican loa I was only 2872 Two men were ekotone fatally when a mob formed at the Mobil jail Tuesday night intent on lynch nig a negro The men wentinthi r r jail to search for the negro when theI1 11The negro was spirited away b l aFormer President Palma has vv I andiQuvTaft 1 I during the week The disarmament proceedings are going on without 1 hitch in the vicinity of Havamu j Elsewhere they have not yet begun While there is some question as to whether the disarmament will be retno q patrColumbia have been ordered to Tcocp i within the Government reserve at2 there will be no mixing with Ute y rebels and little with the Govern merit soldiers 1 t J Does Yourt I Heart Beats Yes 100000 times each da l Does it send out good blood or bad blood r You know for good blood is good health bad blood bad health And you know precisely what M e take for bad blood Ayer- S rsaparHla Doctors have endorsed it for 60 years r Ooe q t tau of bad blood Is a illtor TW produces 1bUorlubiUntM ate n absorbed into the bissL Keep the bowtli opeD wllh AJtlU1atXade 1tfArsreorowarAUa muufiMtunn of 7 ilia vieea 4 AGUE CUIB efeesCHEMY PECTQtiL W I Wa vobllih CQIformalaascm tl 01U1O411IIA 4- r rA UNIQUE CALL TO PREACH I Received the Summons from the Mill- Pond I Bullfrogs ExGov Anthony Colby of Now London N II was an inveterate istory teller and enjoyed telling stories as well as his hearers did in listening to them When the writer was in attendance at the New Lon don Literary and Scientific Institu tion now Colby Academy with other students he was sitting around the stove in a store ono winters even ingwhen III heard the governor re late this story A man by the nave of Bunker living almost under the shadow of Kearsargo thought that he batha call to preach but was not quite sure of it His mind was in a state of uncertainty for some time One night just at dusk he was passing by a mill pond in a town adjoining Xew London where the bullfrogs or paddocks na the boys called them were holding high carnival and he thought that he heard them calling to him singly and then in full chorus Bunker go preach Bunker go preach Bunker go preach I That to his unsophisticated mind settled the question of a calland lit is said that he told the story be lore the council that ordained him At any rate he was accepted and ordained not on account of his learning or eloquence but more perhaps on account of his simplemindedness and he did good work in the hill towns in the Granite state ENGLAND INTERESTED IN COT TON That Country Dependent Upon Us for Its Prosperity Uncle Sam holds the prosperity of Great Britain in his hand Few realize the extent to which British industry is dependent upon the cot ton growers of the United States Practically all the raw cotton is imported by British ships the cotton exports are handled by British ship pers and merchants and the entire profits from the industry arc thus enhanced by many millions Three fourths of Englands gross profits from cotton were derived from the manufacturing of the American product The statistics are as Rig nificant from an American viewpoint as from the English American shipping might profit largely from the cotton carrying trade and Amer ican manufacturers might secure all the profits that now fall to the Eng lish Many far sighted Englishmen already appreciate the possible result of such an awakening on tho part of Americans They know that the loss of the American raw product from any cause would precipitate a period of industrial depression more severe than any recorded in the past or possible in any industry It is on leis account that every effort is made to develop new cotton fields in the cotton belt of the earth It seriously is suggested that English cap ital should be invested in till south ern states in order to secure land enough to raise at least 000000 bales a year IN THE WILDS 7 I I MaryO lane dont you Just love roughing It this way lane1 perfectly adore It Have some more strawberry short cute Brooklyn Life- NATURE THE GREAT HEALER tlwrapeutic3itvented as that it be cured Nature is the healer mild if given proper cu foiirngement it has bwu discovered that she will right the wrongs com mitted by ignorance and misunder btanding Ifll know of no drug that can hell aftidod lungs we have learned that right living will pre vent tin lungs front becoming affected mind wo know that in the in cipient stages 11lshair will work a curt It is singular that the most destructive of nil diseases should ba curable or rviiiabe by the shim plcst dHUPI and noit readily 011I tainable of nil riiuilVs And vet it I jivuiu W ciotr iuumuuai in the land 7r- te3 by the adoption of an elaborate sys tern of education and the expenditure of vast sums Detroit Free Press DANGEROUS SOLILOQUY Talking to ones self may not always be a sign of idiocy saida Chicago man but I know one case where it was I used to have the habit myself At tho same time I was trying my handnt literary work One day when wrestling with the final chapter of a love story I put my work aside for awhile and went out for a walk with a yotig woman My thoughts however were with my story instead of my companion Suddenly after a period of silence the words of a pretty love scene occurred to me and with an intensity of passion I bellowed out the heros proposal The young lady thought I was talking to her Yes she said I am willing I have loved your for a long time- I had the hardest kind of a timo to get out of time entanglement and from that day to this I have never talked to myself WARNING OR CHANCE Near the newly made grave of Al fred Beit is one of the most curious tombs in England that of Lady Anne Grimston daughter of tho carl of Planet who died two cen turies ago and was buried in Tewin churchyard Upon her deathbed she disregarded the efforts of those who sought to administer spiritual com fort An atheist she had lived an atheist she would die It is as likely that I should rise again from tho deadshe saidus that a tree should grow out of the middle of my collin A tree has grown out of the middle of timer collienn oak and by its side a sycamore The vault is square of brick and granite The two trees first filled the interior before they could find a way out When they did burst through the masonry theyso spread as completely fo envelop the grave r BEYOND HELP nes I can only promise a cure baron on condition that you lead a temper ate life In future So you think Im Incurable do you doctor GREAT MIXTURE Banker You have a lady stenographer Broker Yes rAIHI she reads novels while she works Broker Well sometimes she glances at the one she leaves open on the desk But whytoo you askBanklrOh just because be tween every quotation of stock there was something about the vil lain with white teeth the eversued heroine and the hero with tho manly chest WHATS THE USE What did your mother whisper to you before sole let you come out on the veranda withme To scream if you tried to kiss me Why 1 wouldnt dream of such rudeiuss Lets go back in NO FEAR OF PIRATES Giggles What do you think of my new joke book old man Criticus Well I cant under tand wh you took the trouble to ouTiht it HOGS FORETELL WEATHER In the country you have no need ofa better weather bureau than a drove of bogs By their actions it is stormcoila you see a sow going to her quarters to put her lied in order picking up straw mind leaves with which to ren der comfortable mark it down that a northeaster is coming and will continue for threw or four days X Y Press WONDERFULLY PERSISTENT Father Is that young man capa ble of sustained effort DaughterWellou ought to see him trying to color a meerschaum t 1 1 i i THE KI ISHERI The conviction of a boyat Dork ing who had a kingfisher in his pos session has coiled attention to tin laws sound protection of this rate and beautiful bird all the year round1o appreciate the kingfishers beauty it is not necessary implicitly to believe the old legend Unit j it was originally a plain gray bird hut upon being let loose from the ark flew toward the setting sun and had its hock stained hide by the sky mind its lower plumage scorched by the sun to gorgeous hues No i doubt the 110 meant to t01killcharm against thunderbolts or moths or to the borl so Inltimefound all these uses for the kingislII ir the hist being alluded i Snakespeare when he speaks of smiling rogues who turn their halcyon beaks with every gale mind vary of their masters London1 Chronicle HOW ARE THE MIGHTY FOR FORGOTTENi I An when they Bits to Italy goes on Bill growin quite enthus iastic as you might say over time ides hell have th tune of his life rnminatin roan them old palaces of the dogs Dogs I I gasps Palaces of the dogs i Doggies then Ispose yon might call it says heif youre so bummed pertiklar though it aint spelt that wav Its spelt dogs only with an e j Bill lilndox says I for an un cdjncatcd man you are th most itnornnt I ever sco Do you mean to tell me you aint never heard of th Dodges of Venice that has lien mayors of tin town for th last hun dred moreCo he an no one else neither Tlier aint any scch folks there Dodge aint an Eyctul ion name nohow It b longs in Con necticnt Not hut what thers a few incbbe in Xew York an Rhode Island but not in Italy not by i denied sight Washington Star JUST TALK TALK A Wall street man with an absorb ing love for two nephews told tlnw stories of them recently My little threeyearold nephew was playing ntlllihillwindow She called to him and told him ifshe saw him there again she would have to whip him lie replied I Well niHinma you hail better not lookout of the window then cause Im going to do it again I Another one aged six has been visiting his aunt and after a spell of misbehavior on his part she took j him into the parlor to reason with him In telling his mother about it afterward he shill i I thought it first she was going to lick me butshe just talked talked talked It j CRUEL INTERRUPTION j Marie the farmers beautiful daughter as she posed for the young artist from the city talked I love the beautiful in art and nature she said The midsum rater kIIf tender smiling blue frail wayside flowers the song of births the whispering wind in the wheat the gurgling streams the lowing kino these give mo ineffable joy I feast on natures loveliness nature and more far more than food to me is Mary Tone Green cried a shrill voice from the kitchen wot fur did you go an net that Mg plate o pork wot wux left over from dinner 1 told you we wux goin to warm it up for supper I declare to goodness gal your appetites trough to drive us out o hoiiiio an hum SNAKE RINGS RETURN lleKiirrect your old snake ring for theyare again in vogue says a New York letter All kinds of serpentine jewelry leas again mime i to the fore and is being shown by i fashionable goldsmiths Homo of j the serpent rings are unique and costly ltnuyold rings mire being done over by jewelers and the proper chic touch put to them Some of the conceits an set with large diamonds and emeralds and are direct importations front Paris ONE OF THOSE QUICK CHANGES lid you notice how the bride said I will P Shell be saying I wont in side of a week The sited of artificial light on the itopaler Also prolonged eye work will do this Eyes never become quite blanched like the hair but they do fade and very appreciably OUR SLANG Buttsy Did any of Xoahs sons drink P UedncXa DuttsyWellot a all dis gall about limn bcin potted P A JAPANESE BATH RCOM A tiny spare our by six feet In it wen four objects a stool to sit upon when washing oneself before I getting into the bath a shining brass wash basin n wootUn pail and dip per in which to fetch the bath water and the tub The tub like most private baths was round casket hapcc1l11ulnHllll of white wood It I was perhaps H1 inchcjr in diameter maul 21 inches mi h A copper funi Vlgtlthissupplied heat for the water I11tI pipe was higher than the tub so thet water could not leak inside A few transverse bars of wood fitted into grooves and formed a protection so the bather could kneel in the tub without coming in contact with the mot pipe The wally of time room were of white wood with a pretty irniii the floor of pine laid with a slight sloH1 and grooved so the Water might flow into n gutter and through a bamloo pipe to the yard A moon shaped lattice window high f up lot in air and light As a prod I sion for more ventilation the two nitside willis for a foot below time ceiling were lattice of bamboo latRI As my eye traveled front object to object I quickly sized up the cost For the tub eight yen and it would last indefinitely two yen for the brass basin f0 son for the pail and Upper and W sea for the stool Kliven yen would fit up my bath room and I asked for nothing nicer The Craftsman SAMSON WASNT IN IT ar e sth TeacherSam who war do strong es man In do worl SamJonah sah TeacherWha makes yo fink dat chile SamKaso when do whale had Im down he couldnt hold 1m THE LEGITIMATE DRAMA In a round table discussion among theatrical men and critics who were drawn together at sue of till downtown cafes the other Ila because of the rapidly l11Jproalllilliopening of the dramatic season tIIluesiion was raised ns to what constituted the legitimate drama mad many unique definitions of the muchused term were given Naturally the theatrical men wanted it to include about everything to be seen on the hoards from time one act burlesque of the variety theater to time Shakes pearean tragedy while the critics teeming iiiiu we were inu ciiBioumun of the public taste wanted to be less inclusive The argument reached III point finally which produced more heat than was tolerable wider weather conditions when it was brought to a conclusion by the definition furInished by a manager The mate drama he said comprises alii t those plays which their author be I ing dead may be produced without any payment of ro Iieslhiln delphia lecor- dI11iiois Central R R1 I Annual Stockholders Meeting at Chicago October 17 Per sonal Attendanceof Indi vidual Holders De sired FREE TICK1T TO Till METING I Public notic is hereby given the regular annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Illinois Central Rail road Company will be held at the Companys office in Chicago IllinoisIon Wednesday October 17 12 oclock noon To permit personal attendance att said meeting there will be Issued To Each Holier of One or MoreShares if the capital stock of the Illinois Central Railroad Company ns registered on the books of the Company tit the close of business on Monday 1 September 24 190G who is of full I ageIr1Travel Free over the Companys lines from theI station on the Illinois Central road nearest to hiIIr her registered ddress t- oChicago and Return I jourI1eyFour Days Immediately Preceding j ml the day of the meeting for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meeting and the 1 Four Days Immediately Following when properly countersigned and tamped during business hours on or before Saturday October 20 1906 that is to say between 900 a m GIBruenj may be obtained by and holder of stack registered as above on applica If lion in writing to the President of lhe Company Chicago but each stockholder must individually apply for his or her ticket Each applica Lion must state the full name and address of the Stockholder exactly i as given in his or her Certificate oCI Stock together with the number late of such certificate No more than one person will be carried free in respect to any one holding of tnck as registered on the books of time Company A G HACKSTAKK Secy PATENTS I r AND OeFtNDEDrnJno c1rUorvlurI mt Km Mk hrH to trou tr U mulut I cop7rUhude IN ALL COUNTRIES Jttulneu divas with tfaiHaflsii ores limr t andrfern thefaline I EiclutlvetyWrlUj I CU ninth ftrirt opp flsJMi fUtM rme one WASHINGTON D C GlSNQW = I KILLTHRQPUGH AND CURE THE LUrSGS WITH tmrDIKB g s Hew Biseerary i PrieDFOR100 t Buroiit and iulcfcOBt Uuro for all THROAT and LU2G TROUB LES or MOinJY I 1 CItI cureiiyerSWant your moustache or beard BUCKINGHAMS DYE beautiful brown or rich black Use rrmrnorotewureoaarnAUgowar4las i DITTERSSTOMACHi Fr a 1 farkache Dizziness Medicine for these dls MIYI W1 V m waveielaa Ae ysITNWtas LaeMiit MI mll1 eR earaillil lit s lrn r RJ 1ftssa Yd l UIIARXTT 0 KHUITU BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW IIAltlPIIRI jY Will iirnrtlrctbtlr rofo loD In nil the court Ihlonml udJnlnlugtanntlrsnnilCunrtoftppeel liedal tt1I till0 given to liunlnmitntrijrril lirlrrnro 1alls t lung and tint ImctlmilCrlni nnlnml llviil Kutntv lnw Npclaltlr Offlrrln 111UliCiM HulMlnK FRANK L FEL- IXttorneyatLaw IIAKTroitll KY Will prnrlliw hia pdrIn In Ohio And nd ilnlnunmnljT and In thv Conrt nt Ai pnl rlmliml irnvtln niiil ulmertinna 11 itprf laity lltlrrlu III llrrnM liullillnir CHAS M CROWEt LAWYER HAinroim KY Will rnrllr hi rrofrolmi In nil tti courts II Ohio and iiilnlnlnir 1111nntlill thourof Aiinl S rlnl tltrntlon itlrrn ty rrlmlnnl ntctlronml In rnllmiloni Ofllrn corner Mir krl and entertnOTbomaa rnriirf uptiulr JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY rollrtlanluklgaMt7 Omrranrthall pnlilr iiiiiro R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY ttIlIleoatruIIINotnrylubllrforyihtnruun kt I IIKAVIIIX KIINIMT WOIHIIVAI- IHHEAVRIN WOODWARD iUosRcija cA lta H iiTniKii Kr 1VallthCourtamtillornlntrooIonrtofAPlra1 tollItoYANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Hurtorrl Kentucky ouolIhlunppmiU AI Notary Iolillc Offlraovrr Klrnt Vntlonnl llak W II IIARNKH M A ANDKHHOV BARNSIfMEFJCNt- torneys and Counselors at Law IIAIlTrORI KY Th nmlrrdirnnl nnnnunr that thj bar mini mrtrmhli for ha prartletlaInII court HllllfInd Fnlrrnl allb nfltm south IfolMnln NtrrL iHHi Court lie uxllnrt an1Kr AlntrnrtlncTltlr and lltlrntlon nf ttlnic Tltlm In llntl Kutntv dill I Klrrn ap- rol r ttrntlnn Xolnrv In otflr WIIIII1StII H AAMiKltMIV GRADUATE NURSE MISS SUSIE MAY A graduate of Owensboro City Hos pital has located in x IxrBORDAndwill answer calls at all times Residence East Union street Home phone No 137 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ItiCg111fICAL OF 101LdM2 RDI Capital StockmMM M 4000000 t Surplus 12 OOOOO + t Stockholders Addll Liability = 4OOOOOO t Securety to Depositors9200000- J t i W FORD President JOHN T MOO E Cashier H P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLDROOK Asst Cashier t nnnnteHPTAYUOB Dnetor- si JNO C THOMAS +++ t ++++++ ++++ 41 + FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Bank Come in- DIRECTORS GAUE LIKENS ALVIN ROWE Buncn FKIIX JIM POLK STEVENS WAYNE GRIFFIN BiRKHEADt E J PROPRIETORS ii Hartford and Beaver Dam Transfer f fi AND FREIGHT LINE Moots alljtrains JU- scGeneraJ J 1 Liverymen t= Best of attention given to stook New stable Main j = street Hartford Ky jj i I 1 I 49r BUSINESS COLLEGES ARE FAILURES In small dUes and towns because I There N not a su clent population to a GOOD school a Suchchooharutuauyconductd by persons who are NOT qutllflaa or who- make It a practice totrarel about and drfraud their patrons 3 There are few II any opportunities lor their graduates to secure employment In suehloealities 4 The THOROUGH business colleges arelocatedln thelargerclUes and are conducted by persons who are qualified 8 The graduates ol business In smell cities ortowns can not secure employment Inlanra cities when thrown In comps litton with the THOROUGH graduates of tilthclass schools as business men have no time to experiment with Incompetents t88 6oredectdln tothrow away your mOil t eriworeesnrlsrduedbyaoencheaplscho4l BBTANT b STBATTON BUSINESS COIXEOE toulirUlt Ky t tSubscribe for The Hartford Republican w t N trtY k kSidc urJL+ Yesv 7iur iSGtllt11ti 4Tix 1410 n GREAT TRICK BY HOUDIN- HUN the Great Conjurer Fooled a Kino and Hii Court II Ono striking feat of HolxjrtTTou dinri is described in full detail in his Confidences mid ho held out hopes which were never fulfilled that he would one day publish the workcdisatisfactoryiEvans volume I carne upon one mo successfully offered by Mr Brander Matthews professor of essayist conjurings performed Louis Philippe mill his court at St Cloud was this Several handker chiefs were borrowed from the audience made into a packet and placed under an opaque glass bell Spectators were asked to write down ofIhandkerchiefs to be transported llobcrtHoudin took the slips to the king and asked him to choose three- from among them which was done The three chosen named one of the I candelabra on the mantelpiece the dome of the Invalidcs and the chesti I righthantlFrench window at the back of the saloon stage opened The king chose from these the orange tree peopletofollowed some well devised potter and the pretty device of lifting the glass bell and discovering a turtle dove in place of the handkerchiefs and presently one of the messengers returned having dug from the rustyjdoves neck and the cotter on being opened was I found to contain a parchment signed and sealed by Cagliostro stating that just GO years before he had placed the handkerchiefs there for ItobcrtHoudins use Beneath the parchment was the packet of handkerchiefs also sealed with Ca gliostros seal which had been given to IlobertIIoudin by his friend and teacher Torrini a stage name taken by the Comte dc Grisy London Standard TOO MUCH TEA DRINKING 1hysical deterioration is alarming all England and health committees are running around seeking the causes and then warning people about their manner of living One of the dangers they find to Iw guard ed against is the teapot Excessive use of strongly brewed tea having Iwen proved to be fatal to the best physicalcondition to reduce this danger to a minimum the tea should not be made strong and should be drunk within two minutes But j how prevent the working woman for instance from keeping the deadly teapot on the kitchen stove and drawing a cup whenever she feels so inclined The climate is really first cause the cheering poison but the second Ono has to be comfort ed by tea in Londons fog andchill and n health committee is powerless to change theelimate I rIMaudThe man I marry must ba and brave I Fltz How fortunate we met j BATTLE FOR FREE DRESS I Women of Small German Town Resent Male Dictationj Tho women of the little town of Nordhauscn in Germany have risen in revolt against the order of the municipal authorities forbidding them for sanitary reasons to wear dresses with trains I All dresses which touch tho groundcome within the definition of trains and tho police have received orders strictly to enforce the new decree A fine of 2 is tho penalty for tho first offense 250 for I imprisonmentfor I The women who are resisting the a vrr 7ca1 tJ Qifiiavzu I talc nave scored one point by obtain Jug the opinion of eminent legal authorities to the effect that the j town council has partially exceeded i its right in issuing this draconic decree It appears that tho council I has a right to prevent women from trailing their dresses along the themIi touch tho ground if not carried in the hllllllIThe council then replied that women can wear skirts yards in length if they like but they must hold them up One inch of skirt trailing on the ground makes tho wearer liable to arrest and punishment A league of resistance has been formed and time members have pledged themselves to wear long skirts and to defy time authorities They declare that they will pay tho necessary flues and even go to prison rather than sacrifice their right of arraying themselves in the most becoming costumes I DESERVED THE PRIZE j When Lord Ilqylcigh the British scientist was a student at Cambridge problemsticle in a German mathematical pe riodical supposed unlikely to have penetrated to Cambridge Only two men solved it Mr Strutt Lord Hayleigh and another The exam iners asked tho other man about this prohlemuOh he 1idUI take the mentioning the name of the periodical and I was very glad to find that thanks to an article in the last number that problem came out quite easily When Mr Strutts turn carne they expected a similar answer but he astonished them by replying The fact is gentlemen that sometimes contribute to and I could not help feeling greatly flattered that you should have thought my little problem worthy of a place in this examination He was awarded the prize BUTTONS CAME IN HANDY Again the rumor that mens dress clothes are to be of blue cloth Such a change would be merely a rever sion to an oldtime style Balzac wore the blue dress coat with metal- buttons A play of hiss lies sources de Quinola was in rehearsal at the Odeon theater in Paris and Balzac ever hopeful expected an apIlined with satin time buttons of I whichwere of solid 18carat gold Quinola was a ghastly failure and for some time after it left tho bill Balzac was exceedingly hard up Whenever ready money failed him and ready money failed him often he used to cut one of his buttons our and sell it to a jeweler and to the tlnv of his death tho coat with the gold buttons and its successors were called Balzac and his friends Les Itcssourccs de Quinola RADIUM RAYS HURT GEMS Many precious stones are influ enced by the action of the rays emanating from radium A scientist exposed a colorless diamond from Borneo to these rays The stone was colored a light yellow after eight days and a derided lemon yellow after another eight days On heating the diamond to 250 degrees cen tigrade 482 degrees Fahrenheit the yellow color was diminished but it could not be entirely got rid of even at a red heat A colorless Bra zil diamond showed no coloration A peculiar behavior was shown by a pale blue sapphire from Ceylon After only two hours exposure to radium bromide it showed a colora tion green at first then light yellow and after a few more hours reddish yellow After a fortnight it was a chcstnutITheheating but the light yellow color always returned on cooling AS OTHERS SEE US Yaperson Havent you often wondered how one small head can contain all Smartlcigh knows Biffbank No but Ive often wondered what Smartleigh would do I for storage room if he knew half as much as he thinks he knows WALKING GENTLEMAN fOh yes said the first actor Hamm has been in tho profession for some years Indeed replied tho second actor comedian or tragedian Well a pedestrian mostly Philadelphia Ledger i Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN STRONG Agains tovaHofTiltonG OLe- laid after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cur Hundreds faofotherwsak- women an being re stored to perfect health by this rem edy YOU may be well If you will take It Indigestion causes nearly all the sickness that women have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and bloom diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchingheartburn and all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat Dollar Nutt Nraesi4 erre4 as W Lab 11 BM ss sisik M tat I I rateytsOJrewlt Mil w M ewe des I all GL LCA- Nosd by Z WAYNE UKItHN REAL ESTATB If you have a farm town lot dwelling or any other Real Estate for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All you have to do is to list with us Note These Bargains Splendid two story dwelling with seven rooms new two wide halls on Union Street Hartford situated on lot J acre All out buildings and good water Price reasonable One Farm four miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm consisting of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a at a bargain 40J acres near White Run adjacent- to the I C R R half Caney Creek bottoms all cleared good orchard two good wells price reasonable a bargain for some one further infor mation furnished on application 100 acres 1 mile from the Court House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn andoutbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information furnished on application- A twenty acre tract two miles North from Hartford on the Owens boro and Hartford road within i mile of School house excellent neighborhood good barn and out buildings moderate dwelling and a fine well of water A bargain at 500 120 acres Rough River bottoms three miles West from Hartford bounded by Rough river on South and public road on north 40 acres in excellent state of cultivation remainder well timbered with oak gum ash maple and hickory Good dwelling stable and other outbuildings Will sell land and timber together or either separate from the other 95J acres Rough River bottoms considered the richest soil in the neighborhood on what is known as the big ditch three miles West from Hartford All well timbered with firstclass oak gum ash maple and hickory Will sell timber and not the land or will sell land and reserve timber or will sell all together 200 acres of fine farming land at Dan Station on Owensboro branch 1 C R R 70 acres up land bal bottom willmake 70 to 80 bushels of corn per acre About 60 acres in timber Three dwelling houses Good well water and early orchard Terms onehalf cash balance on easy payments New two story frame dwelling in Hartford Six rooms two nice halls Lot 100 feet front 210 feet deep Good well Situated corner Fredrica and Griffin streets Two thirds cash balance in 12 months A bargain List your property with us We will find a buye- rBARNRTT SfllTH Republican Office Hartford Ky ea Cumbeland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Co Incorporated i heres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and place ol business My business bat increasedand my wifes voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good service nnd gentlemanly competition T J MORGAN Mgr 11DII1F32t0 P lIf3ZY- o1 County DltingoAltorneyHarmful Clerk Frank L Fells Hatter Com mlMloner Y L Motley Trustee Jury Fnudt R Sherlg8Aliondajlnweeksand third Monday In Slay and November two weeks WIITloelClerkford is Court conrenei flnt Monday In each month MondayI I Court of Claims Conrenes flnt Monday In Jan OctoberOther8 W Leach Assessor Bob Itoy James Wt01 la AllenCoroeerJlnl Xwatlc Courts SolIptmberWIlflllernoreeBranchMerchsoJdner3September o September TSeptember211SeptemberHerbert Itendor CenUrtown Uarcb 30 Joas 21 September 20 December 30 l aoSeJTamferd Fellcsi Court Attorney vene second Monday In eacbnionth nellcrioM Oarvlco SundayeachPrayrmeetingeverywedneedayevenleg nlgbDeorePrOJUmeellogGardner pastor i Cl Church Serrlces ant Sunday la each monthatliamaud7pm Hey J D Bar ned pastor School Trustees Hartford C M Crowe J 8 DIlndleton MCroweDeanDrCcrt 8ecls tl FrldaFnightAMuonlInMonda MarosbeesRough Rlrer odgeNollOKnlghtsof Pytbl a meetssTsryTiesday night rigularmetlege8otardeybefoceent8undayIa r Y Southern Raiway Shortest and Fastest Lines NFitOM LouisvilleDanville ani Lexington tTU- LoulsallUffleI WestT- wo Fast Trains Daily running through solid from Danville to St Louis without change with connec ting cars from Lexington as follows Lve Lexington 545 a m Lve Danville I 530 amLye Louisville 900 a m Arr St Louis 612 p m Vestibuled coaches and Observa tion Cafe Car Lve Lexington 500 p m Lve Danville 445 pm Lve Louisville 1015 p m Arr St Louis 732 a m Pullman Sleeper and Free Reclin ing Chair Car Most direct line to Chattanooga Atlanta Knoxville and all South eastern points including Asheville N C and the beautiful Landof the Sky and Toxaway country Send 2 cent stamp for Land of the Sky Booklet and other illustrated literatureW MORGAN D T- Lexington Ky HC KING GPTA111 East MainLexingtonKy- J J F LOGAN T P A 111 East Main St Lexington Ky ARCOOKC P T A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C H HUNGERFORDDPA 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky J C BEAN A G P A St Louis Mo I I Subscribe for THE REPUBLICANS t m5t Ll 1 ra t t t coYAL9Jkinq ABSOLUTELY PURE tlllhful cream of tartar derived solely ftto grapes refined to absolute purity ii Hfr active principle of every pound of Hbyal Baking Powder Hence it is that Royal insPovrder renders the food remarkable both for its fine flavor and healthfulne No alum no phosphate which arc the principal ele rfflcnts of thesocalled cheap baking powders and which are derived from bones rode and sulphuric acid gnmiL lAitma panned co new TOM Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 5 THE GAME LAW 4 n Season Includes First But Notlast DatePenalty 500 to 5000 But few persons understand the Jfewv protecting game in this state jcuLthe penalties for violating same TJw following table gives the open aaison for all kinds of game which icaters would do well to preserve itsreference 03en dates includes first date but otJastdate given Squirrel June 15 to Sept 15 Squirrel Nov 15 to Feb 1 Woodcock June 20 to Feb 1 DovesAug 1 to Feb 1 Duck and GooseAug 15 to prillDeerSept 1 to March 1 Mild TurkeySept 1 to Feb 1 RabbitsNov 15 to Sept 15 Quail Partridge and Pheasants Nov 15 to Jan 1 ifoopen season for English Chi aeseor Mongolian Pheasants LicenseNonresident same as bids y state Prohibited Sale or transporta Lien of bird or fowl killed within state Netting and trapping birds is pro Mbited Hunter may be transported wit gamePenalty for violation 5 to 50 Netting seiningtrapping poison 5cg or dynamiting fish is prohibited Song birds and other insectivori sur birds protected the year round ResultsRegistration lastTuesday was registration day 5 rair incorporated towns in Ohio Bounty As far as we have bee- Ne to learn little interest was diewn and a light vote was register x the Republicans generally turn ndloutbetter than the Democrats a the two Hartford precincts the tataL registration was 195 divided follows hst Hartford E5 Dem 35 Rep 16 Ind 3 Pro 1 Ifdst Hartford 141 Dem 75 Rep 60 Ind 2 Pro 3 This is a loss of 25 in the two dnctsas compared with last year loss of 7 in East Hartford and 18 West Hartford In East Hartford the Democrats lose 5 and theRepub licans 2 In West Hartford thi Democrats gain 4 and the Republi cans lose 6 The total will be in areasedto 200 by the registration those who are out of town or pre rented by sickness before the Coun iy Clerk SAALLHOUS s Oct 4R E Eudaley and Miss Berdie Boone were quietly married atthe residence of her brother Fred Boone Thursday night by Rev G H Lawrence 1La J C Drake is on the sick fret little Miss Alberta Drake who Easjwffl quite sick is able to be up again Mas Julia Withrow whe fell off to aer horse last week and was badly burU ino better Jim King is quite sick of typhoid I- 1 fever one of his danghlers fa also quite 111 Mrs Ollie Hill issta quite ill at the home of her parts Nr and Mrs M P MaddoX Mrs Robert Hunter and son Ed mond Miss Oma Maddox Messrs W C Overhults and Alonso France went to Ceralvo Saturday afternoon Little Misses Athelanti Amy Wood Ceralvb are the guests of their aunt Miss Maggie Hunter L P Wood CeralyjO was in our midst Saturday afternoon Bud Boehn of Dariess county was the guest of Alra Calloway last Friday Jag S Tnumell and family re turned to Utica Saturday from a weeks visit to relatives here Mrs Fannie Stevens of near Ro chester was in our midst the guest of relatives recently MidkiffBreckenridge county was the guest of Charlie Overton last Friday Ross Morton returned t Liver more Saturday Prices at Purls Pantloriotn Suits pressed and cleaned 75c Coat and vest cleaned and pressed 40c Pants cleaned and pressed 35c Suit pressed 40e Coat and vest pressed 25c Pants pressed 15 Suit scoured 125 Coat and vest scour ed 75c Pants scoured 65c Over coats pressed and cleaned 75c to 1 25I Overcoats scoured 125 to 1 75 Overcoats pressed 50c to 75 LAST CALL For Taxes in Ohio Goilntu You only have until the 31st day of October to pay your taxes without interest and penalty Af ter this date under the acts of 1906 passed by the last Legislature you will have to pay 18 per cent interest and penal ty and also Clerks cost for tax warrant So dont fail to pay in time to save this extra cost RB MARTIN Sheriff Ohio County EQUITY TOBACCO Advertised to be Sold for Taxes Alleged to be Due City of Owensboro 11xwgrtJhcollector has posted bills advertising the sale of fourteen hogsheads of tobacco at public auction Friday October 12to satisfy a city assessment against the American Society of Equity Turpin Wood and S B Lee The claim is for taxes amounting to1000 a penalty of 60 interest amounting to 267 and costs of 5SGQ making ton i bacco will be sold to the highest bid der at the factory Turpin Wood corner of fourth and Elm streets The sale is the result of a misunderstanding between the city theasassessment as the society does not think that it should be called upon to pay city taxes on the tobacco NARROWS Oct 3Will Park and wife are I visiting relatives inOwpnsboro this weekA R Renfrew and Fletcher Hard ison with the Penrose Lumber Co Penrose Ark came home Monday familiesrelativesdJohn M Graham James Carter and J H Thomas went to Owens boroThursday Misses Mabel Sharp and Carrie Robinson are spending the week with friends near Gum Spring Willie Petty of Livermore is vis iting his father B P Petty I Misses Bettie and Esther Renf row of Dundee were the guests of their brother John Renfrow Tuesday Dr Riley reports the birth of a fine boy to the wife of Luther NealI IForSale half river bottom 130 acres timber j miles from Green 1J miles from Paradise 4 miles from Echols 5 miles from Rockport 8 miles from McHenry I Has good five room dwelling barn 50x50 plenty of water small orchard i price 900 BAHNCTT SMITH Hartford Ky THICKNESS OF EARTHS CRUST Some Valuable Information Obtalne by British Scientist Information of a valuable clwric tcr concerning the thickness of th earths crust and the intensity of tli heat of the globes internal fires 1m been obtained as the result of a eric of investigations contimjcdj ovur prolonged period by lion R J Strutt F 11 S the well know British scientist nnd son of Ion Rayleigh says the Scientific Amcr lean By testing rocks of many kind from all over the world Mr Strut has been able to determine the per centage of radium present in th earths crust He has ascortainoi that the presence of radium wheth cr it exists in minute or large quan tities can be easily denoted ill al reeks of igneous origin but the per centagc is highest in granitic formations while the basaltic rocks con fain the minimum proportions of tin clement He has also provisionalk calculated the total quantity o radium present in each mile of dept of the globes crust from its nniforn distribution and estimates on thi basis that not more than onethir tieth of the total volume of earth is composed of rocks whicl are to be found on the surface As a result of his mathematic de ductions he estimates that the ef the earths rock crust is approxi mately 45 miles This dcductioi coincides to a certain degree witl the calculations of Prof Milne time wellknown seismologist who ha been engaged in investigations to tin same end by the observation of tin earthquake tremors Prof kiln concludes that at a depth of 30 mile below the earths surface exist rock whose physical properties arc simihi to those to be found on the exterior Furthermore as a result of hi researches Mr Strutt is in ajjree went with the assumption adyancei by several astronomers more esp cially Mr Pickering that the moor is not a dead sphere but that i continues to possess volcanic energy And moreover he snakes the start opininthatis far in excess of that oltaininf within the interior of our own globe AMERICAN CLOTHES London Military Tailor Tells Us Wha He Thinks of Them G B Winter the London tailoi who came to America to design nev uniforms for the armyvas talkin g in Philadelphia about American clothesI only flattering things U sayof time hest American clothes said Mr Winter They dont difTei at all from the best London clothes They are made of pure soft stulT that fall in graceful lines Thcj are cut with propriety They an worn with distinction Hard thing have been said hero about Knglisl clothes but I am sure that thosi who said them spoke in ignorance At any rate I can onlsay of the best American clothes that they an among the finest clothes in tin worldMr Winter his hands in the pock eta of his wellcut coat laughed dont you see he snidrepl harshly I am not like the younj girlwhom I heard a bookseller one tell about A young man failed t o attend a dinner though he had ac cepted the invitation He sent n word of excuse but the next day IK called and said to the daughter p the house I only called ibis Morris to apologize for disappoint ing you last evening but really I couldnt find the time to come If u Oh dont speak of it the youn lady answered We forgot abom you entirely till after everybody wa- gone when father happened to notice that tho decanter on the sideboard and the box of cigars on mantel had each something left i them GOOD TASTE Bings Jones just got a dog from a friend in South America and who dye suppose ho calls himtBangs What s BingsBitters Bangs How did he come to namE him tha- tBangsOn account of his Peru vianbark Toledo Blade A FRIEND PERHAP- SGladysThey just caught a snark off the pier and he had a lobster m his stomach l EdithAnybody you knew Louisville Live Stock Market ATTE J ehoIrhnteherteN flSC 1111 Kiilr to good Imtihr Kitcm 9 M I i 4S tholre Imtiher titItem 1 541 45 Kulrtoirnnil butcher lit llpr a Id I i3 rholm tiutrlifr cowt a rlot 3 T1 l tnlr to KKtiil Imtflier cow s sort s as Chopndlrheawe IKi oeI4oooe Meilluin tllllIlId milch COWH it OIl ciao 00 S HOGS S Cbolivinrktnir uOtn1oo ltm 6 Mi A 40 a Mrdlnni pnekte100 to Sin tin 0 SO tl 8 45 Iluhe SliiinTii UO to 100 n II S3- Choic plmVii rolW lt 0 00 Cr 0 81- SIIKHl n AND iAS- IIINFelrtogocdbcpai IMI ft 3 So CboieeNhlppinglambs T 8JW 750- second II 0o si S Go- S Hartford Produce Market i ltputtwthrlbilnrtfordComodInnVuCOUNTRY flutter good country I9c- HMeHe itrrrn 90- I Sew fathereperpoand40cKgin iSe I leo rc prloR ohltkPM Ac- i InckltiR batter lie- Itutter young Bad oM JC Durkii JUT ponnd tIe Turkeys O4- jicCnivevealfsa14t tion MISNOMERS IN DAILY USE Philologist Points Out Peculiarities of the Language fA silver shoehorn is a miss nomer said a philologist So is i pen- A u wooden milestone So is a steel f shoehorn is a piece of horn according to its name How can it theyn1Connecticutnor can a pen means a feather be made of steels Irish stew is a dish unknown in Ireland Jerusalem artichokes were never heard of in Jerusalem Prussian blue does not come from prussiatcii Galvanized iron is not galvan ized it is zinccoated Catgut iis not the gut of cats but ofsheep Kid gloves do not come from kid skins but from lamb ekins Sealing wax has no wax in it sealti to wood or onus Hice paper is never made from rice Salt is not I a salt 1Copper coin are bronze not cop ink is unknown in India Turkeys rome from our own country from Turkey never- PERFECTLV SAFE ti I ClmollyMr Jones would you let I me marry your daughter i Mr Jones No sir r Cholly Good I Then I guess IJI propose to her- Licensed Auctioneer Squire W Tichenor of Point Pleasant Ky licensed auctioneer i for Ohio county Cumberland phone 11tf r Rough River Land for Sale As Executor of Wm C Rowan deceased I will on Saturday the 13 I day of October 1906 onjthe prem ofeRough 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 lie on the north bank of Rough Riv er in Ohio county between the mouth I of Nocreek and Barnetts creeks and are heavily timber with a natural speciesgare rich and fertile and are capable of being developed into first class farms o which will produce when cleared fifty or seventyfive bushels of corn to f the acre A first class opportunnity i to those desiring to purchase a river bottom farm on easy terms The sale will be made on basis of onehalf r cash balance in one and two years evidenced bynotesretaining vendors lien bearing six per cent interests On same day and at same place I will also offer for sale another tract of land belonging to said estate commonly known as the Barrett andnad James farm in Ohio county This tract of land is practically well timbered A detail ed description of the lands and plats thereofcan be secured by calling on t or addressing me at Hartford Kentucky J W FORD Executor Colored Methodist Church Dedicated The new Methodist church in Hay ti was dedicated Sunday Although the weather was very unfavorable yet the attendance was large and spiritual tide was high There were people from the country in large numbers and also a great many from Morgantown Leitcbfield and other places The Presiding Elder Rev Joseph Cortney preached in the 4 bl D LONG COS tbt Economy Store jfs = Is now full JMid running over with nIt tho NEW jf = THINGS for full nnd winter Wo have many = = BARGAINS for you in tho different departments J- Wo= can show you an UPTODATE lino of jj I = SHOES that will WEAR and they have STYLE = = about thorn too Notice our weekly ndon DIAMOND J = BRAND SHOES And if you want a g = good SUIT OF CLOTHES for little money in JJ = spect our stockand see if we cant fill the bill = = Ladies Furnishings = = Ladies cloht forgot where you saw all that = = pretty DRESS GOODS on our opening day and = 14 the price vas 50e and 51 We have tho lRIll fj = MINGS tfint go with any of these You dont = = want to miss seeing our Ladies and Childrens iWRAPS and FURS and the price is just right on them Our LADIES SKIRTS will please = = you too They are made pretty and full and itroa= PERFECT FliTING Wo take orders from jj = sample and guarantee a fit = dR = Fine Millinery If you want an uptodate HAT at a REASON = ABLE PRICE come to the ECONOMY STORE ijV and you are certain to find it You remember = that we had on display at our regular opening = IiaU the NEW shapes styles and colors These we IiI you in great variety Visit this department ia- Q again and note the extremely LOW prices and = the immense stoqk we have for you to select from ij 14You can hardly fail to be pleased fi Ii Ii Long IJ Cos L i ECONOMY STORE Ii fi = Hartford Ky 1 ll R W King JEWELER AND OPTICIAN HARTFORD KY kinds Clocks Watch Knives Forks spoons sugar Shells Cream Ladles Salad Forks Gravy Ladles Berry Knives and Soup especially suited for Wedding Presentsand usually kept in Store All at the lowest prices of Busir1essStreet the Hartford House u 11 morninga very feeling sermon on the Power of the Gospel after which the sacrement of the Lords Supper was administered and 65 came forward and communed wasjfjijetidr fib fashion ofc an old a in old church where every body ate to his sufficiency There was plenty r rand some lefta The dedication took place in the afternoon conducted by Rev Cortney the Presiding Elder assist ed by Rev C PylesRev H M Cor F All of Repair workrlone with neatness and dis patch Bring your es Eyeglasses or Jewelry to meElegant Shirt Waist Sets Belt Buckles Collar But tons Rjng3 Hat Pins Watches Chains Necklaces Silver Spoons Butter Spoons in snorteverything a firstclass Jewelry very place206 Main In Lfntodry Dinner Joseph rail Rev WL Noel and RDupee The dedication sermon was preached by Rev H Dupee an ex pastor of the church The church was taxed to its seating capacity ate RevCan expastor of this church preach yTheiiewti was begun In 1901 and was com pleted this year at a cost of 1150 t for which amount it only owes about 1500 ONEPRESEHT ar