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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r kc Jlart tbtltpubliauFine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL rIND IT IN THE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY IY FRIDAY OCTOBER 12 1906 No 13 PLEDGED TO IfiBOll Is the Grand Old Republican Party t Every Favorable Law on the Stat ute Books Passed by Repub lican Congress In a recent speech Senator Bever I idge summed up the work of the Republican party relative to labor as follows There are those who seek to cre ate the impression that the Itepub lican party is at war with labor Such men if they are Republicans misrepresent the party and if they are Democrats they slander the par ty The only national laws in the interest of labor ever enacted were written and passed by the Republic an party The only organized friend of labor In our history has been the Republican party It could not be otherwise for our 13 t n 000000 voters are nearly all labor ingmenThe Republican party was born from the conscience of the masses for the purpose of freeing labor and that labor is free in America today is the work of the Republican par tys hands Who gave free homes to the homeless The Republican party Who has protected the wages of American labor The Re publican party Who has placed every law for the benefit of labor on the statute books of the republic The Republican party It was a Republican Congress that enacted the first eighthour law in this country and it was signed by n Republican President Ulysses S GrantThere is the law for the inspec tion of all steam vessels navigating fy the waters of the United States It is the work of the Republican party There is the law punishing the mane t or corporation that tries to influence his employes vote by threat of dis charge from his work or ejectment from a rented house The law was written by the Republican party There is the alien contract labor law the skilled labor law in the Government printing office the law for payment of all Government em ployes for holidays the law for the incorporation fcf national trades unions the law prohibiting the con tracting out of the labor of Federal prisoners the Board of Arbitration Jaw the territoral coal mine regula tion and inspection law the law for the commission to settle differences between interstate railroads and their employes the inderninty law guaranteeing the payment by contractors building Government build 4ings of all labor in their employ every one of them enacted by the Republican party There is a law prohibiting rail jroads from forbidding employes to enter labor organizations or be memo bers thereof or discriminating against such employe on account of such membershipthat is Republic an law There is a law absolutely prohibiting the coming of Chinese laborers to America that is a Re publican law There is the law cre ating the Department of Commerce and Labor which today is doing more for the uplifting of the masses than any other three branches of our Government put togetherand that is a Republican law And we are going right on with this work At the last session of Congress in addition to the other historic things we did we passed the employers liability act making the railroads liable for injuries to em ployes which may result from negligence of its officers or other employ es abolishing contributory negli gence as a bar to the recovery of i damages and finally making the jury the judge of the degree of neg r ligence That law is a legal revolu tion It overthrew the rule of com mon law uniformly held by the r t courts for 150 years And it is a Republlcanlawil of next January we Ywill vote on the bill preventing rail l roads from requiring employes t i t t tr twa1 1n ak+ 7anAltL ctli f ups 4d bvldi work unreasonable hours without rest And I say to you now that that law will pass with every tooth in its headnot one will be pulled out BellTlchenor Ow n lioro ifwnflfrJ Mr John Bell and Miss Erma Tichenor were united in marriage at 130 loclock Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr L P Loney 822 Walnut street These young people are from Ohio county Mr Bell is a prosperous farmer in the Point Pleasant neighborhood and Mrs Bell is from Centertown She is a sister of Mrs L P Loney and is a beautiful and accomplished young woman She wore a pretty grey traveling suit with hat to match The wedding was a quiet one only a few relatives and friends being present Rev ILE Gabby officiat ed at the wedding AUDITOR HAGERI Addressed a Few Voters at The CourthouseMonday Monday was the day for Auditor Hager to speak here and at 2 oclock pm he mounted the rostum in court hall to address the fair crowd that had assembled to hear him He delivered his characteristic speech going scarcely father than to deny a few charges registered by Gen days against the machine which he says Mr linger is an integral part He says Hays is making a fight against him like he was a Republican which tallies very well with Hays state mentabout Hager and the rest of the machine Mr Hager made a great to do about the school per capita being 330 It will be noted however that this for six months is i only rcts a month while ten years ngo it was 285 for five months or I liTcts a month I He confirmed Hays in the charge that 121000 in attorneys fees hus been out during the six 8eckhamadministratiot n to its pets Ho also confirmed Hays I charge that 28000 was paid fur teachers registers and trustees rec ord books in 1903 when they were only worth at the highest figure not more than G000 I He admitted also that the capitol commission composed of himself Governor Beckham and others em ployed an architect to construct the new capitol and agreed to pay him 40000 without taking a bond from him for the faithful performance of his duty when another of fered to do the same work for i16 000 and in addition execute a bondj for the faithful and successful per formance of his duty and would guarantee that the capitol would be completed for not exceeding 800000 when 1250000 has already bee appropriated for its construction un der the direction of the architect employedMr in fact admitted prac tically everything Gen Hays charges theladministration with and made very poor success in his effort to show that it should be so Plans of Hartford Circuit 1906 Rev James A Lewis appoint ments 1st Sunday Beaver Dam 11 a m and 7 p m 2nd Sunday Goshen 11 am Hartford 7 pm 3d Sunday Hartford 11 a m and 7 p m4thSunday Liberty 11 am Beaver Dam 7 p m 5th Sunday at ProvidenceRev Frank Bakers appoint ments 1st Sunday Liberty 11 a m and Goshen 7 p m 2nd Sunday Providence 11 a mand Cromwell 7 pm 3d Sunday Beaver Dam 11 a m and 7 p m 4th Sunday Hartford 11 a m and 7p ml 5th Sunday at GoshenII We will convenience so that both may reach everyplace JAs A LEWIS Pastor J FRANK BAKER Assistant Moss andTompson Plasterers and contractors satis i faction guaranteed Phone 2901- Beaver Dam Planing MillY 13tf 4 s- RM oL b c IYr INTERVENTION IN CUM Becomes More Interesting as Disclosures Advance Suit Against Standard Oil Com pany Being Prepared 1111111 to Till UrllllllIU I Washington D C Oct9 Noth ing during the course of the whole Cuban imbroglic has created more interest and discussion than the publication by the StateDepartment of the correspondence between Pres ident Palma and Consul General Steinheart early in September over the prospect of American intervention The correspondence showS that Palma even at that early stage the game was ready to throw up his hands and admit the impossibility of keeping order in Cuba without the assistance of the United States The reply of President Roosevelt through the State Department that intervention would only be attempted by this government as a last resort shows how closely the adminis tration stayed to the letter and spirit of the Platt amendment The correspondence also shows that President Palma lacked fortitude nerve and was ready to desert the ship long before this country was convinced that he had exhausted all methods of either comprising with the rebels or putting them down by forceNow that the United States has stepped in little doubt is expressed at the State Department that a sat isfactory arrangement will be reach ed The best class of Cubans real ize that this government is a true friend to the republic and while in all probability thepreponderence f Cuban sentiment would be for im mediate annexation the administra tion has made it plain that Cuba must make another trial and if possible establish her own government on a permanent and safe basis The selection of Magoon of pans ma as the temporary governor of Cuba was reached only at the last moment and is said to b because of his familiarity with Cuban laws reached during his term in the War Department in connection with the Bureau of Insular affairs Governor Magoon will oversee the prepara tions for the coming election in the island and there is no question that they will be held under strict super vison such as will preclude the possibility of fraud and satisfy both factions of the Cuban public that they are being given a square deal from the top of the pack It is stated at the Department of Justice that the delay in filing the Cornponycrisis the President not being willing to act in the absence of Secretary Tuft in whose judgment as a lawyer he has great confidence It is known however that everything is in readiness for the filing of the suits as soon as the plan of legal campaign Teas received the approval of the President It is not yet known whether the prosecution against the Standard Oil Company will be of a civil or a criminal nature It is believed that there is ample material for vcrimnal prosecution should such be determined on This is not the only matter of widespread public importance that is awaiting the action of the Department of Jus tice The Attorneys for the Depart ment who investigated the Ann Arbor Ice Trust case are all ready to report and it is understood that they have made out a strong case I against both the railroads and the j ice combine The Department is also busy pas camplaintsI in from all points and in view of the sweeping nature of the Presi dents recent order it is probable that they will all be fought to a finish and a finish can have but one result the conviction of the defend r ants Important Decision Frankfort Ky Oct 10The Court of Appeals by Judge Baker reversed the Laurel Circuit Court in the case of Adams Express Company vs the Commonwealth Appellant was convicted under indictment for retailing liquor in local option districts The court holds that shipment having been made on a C 0 D order from Cincinnati to East DernI stadt the sale took place in Cincin anti and following Adams Express vs Iowa 1906 U S 133 it is heldI to be interference with interstate state commerce The case was ordered dismissed Clear Run Postoffice Discontinued Washington D C Oct 8 1906 The Postmaster General has ordered that the postoffice at Clear RunI in the county of Ohio State of Ken tucky Route No 30041 be discon tinued from October 31 1906 The service on said route has however been instructed to continue to travel by way of the present site of such office unless otherwise directed TOBACCO GROWERS Convened in Third Annual Con vention at Clarksville Wednesday The Third Annual Convention of the National Tobacco Growers branch of the American Society of met at Clarksville Tenn Wednesday for a three days session All the Tobacco Growers Associa tions were invited to send delegates who will use all means to agree on the following propositions which it is believed will subserve the best in terests of all tobacco growers Control of supply to compel the price uniform price for the same types and grades no matter where pro duced The sale of the old crop be fore the new is offered Coopera tion of two or more Associations in sales Any other matter of mutnal interest These points will no doubt be agreed on and if they are carried out the tobacco industry will be on a basis of certainty fur the entire year and will afford an example of what may be obtained with all farm products Several Ohio county peo pIe are in attendance at this impor tant meeting and doing their parts in making it a success I SMALLHOUS- Oct 9Mr Lewis Fulkerson has returned from Greenwood Miss Miss Ula May Addington is visiting relatives near Evansville Ind Mr Oppie Kittinger who has been quite ill is no better Mrs Robert Hunter and son Ed went to Hartford Friday mornin and to Ceralvo Friday night They were the guests of Mrs Joe Robert son at Hartford and Mrs P L Woed while at Ceralvo Mr W T Lawrence was the guest of Mr William Robertson of near Hartford Friday night Mr and Mrs Bob Fulkerson were the guests of Mr and Mrs S L Fulkerson at Rockport last Sutur day and Sunday Miss Alice Fulkerson has returned from Central City Misses Altha Addington and Annie Culbertson and Mr S W Bilbro attended the Fair at Owens boro last Friday and Saturday Miss Lucy Withrow and Mr John Morton went to Livermore Friday and attended the Fair at Owensboro Saturday Mr Erskine Fulkerson went to Owensboro Thursday Messrs Richard Sneddon and George W White were in our midst Sunday the guests of Mr Herman Addington I LnImportant Notice I We have added a stock of building material such as Sash Doors Col- umnsI Moulding Etc Yellow Pin I Flooring Ceiling Metal Paroid and Paper Roofing in short I you may need in the anythingI We will saw your logs your lumber Call and see us eI DEN BROS Hartford Ky SECRETARY SHAW Speaks Twice In Interest of Hon M L Heavrln for Congress Hon Leslie M Shaw Secretary of the United States Treasury spoke at Leitchficld and Elizabethtown Tuesday In the interest of the candidacy of Hon M L Heavrin Republican nominee for Congress in this the Fourth district His speeches were replete with good things His illustrations were apt I andconvincing He referred to the general prosperity of the country- as the natural results of the appli cation of Republican policies in the administration of the affairs of government and by apt comparisons showed the beneficent results of the present Republican administration- He compared the scales of wages in this country to that of poverty ridden Europe and showed that the Tariff imposed by a Republican Con gress acted as a safeguard against competitive pauper labor and en couragement to our various manu facturing enterprises which turned out more finished products that go into every day consumption than the combined factories of England and GermanyHe out how the Democratic party changed issues in 1892 1894 and 1900 and showed that Republican principles have never changed except to keep pace with the advancement of the times The main themes discussed were the tariff sound money imperialism and trusts He paid a tribute to the gold Democrats who he said laid aside party feeling and helped to save the country in the face of impending national disaster His speech throughout was received with hearty applause College Notes- V B Patterson who nas beenout of school for some time on account of sickness entered school Mon dayWeston Malancon of Breaux Bridge La entered school Monday This is the second Louisianaian who has entered Hartford College this school year The Adelphian society held their regular meeting in college hall Fri day afternoon instead of the even- Ing All Collegiate pupils are invit ed to join r0 S Echoes From the M H E Work has been resumed along the entire line since the weather has fair upThe rise in Green river has some what retarded work on the bridge Major Wilson chief contrator will cugabout one mile west of Sunnydale within the next two week A much larger force is now being put to work on the Madisonville end of the litfe A steam excavator is now being used in the Pond river bottoms For Sale A 90 acre farm half river bottom 30 acres timber j miles from Grten river 1J miles from Paradise 4 miles from Echols 5 miles from Rockport 8 miles from McHenry Has good five room dwelling barn 50x50 plenty of water small orchard price 900 BARNETT SMITH Hartfqrd Ky TAYLOR MINES Oct 10Mrs Laura Liles and Don Miller visited relatives near Roxey Sunday Among those who attended the Owensboro Fair Friday and Satur Iday from here were Mr and Mrs Arlis Plummer Messrs James and Myrtle Hudson Melo and Wavie Liles Otho and Don Miller and Nicholas Barrass Mrs Ida Hamby of Dawson sistereMrs Roy Scott last week Mat Turner returned to her Ihome at Buford after a two weeks relatives here Mr and Mrs Murray Hudson are the proud parents of a fine laugh ter born the 8th inst Mr and Mrs Foster McKenney of Morgantown were the guests of Mr Joe McKeuney and family Sun day and Monday Mrs Fannie Kinkade moved to Broadway last week Miss Eula McKenney of Aber deen is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs Bob Hines this week Mr Ed Barrass Sr of Render was hereesterday Mr and Mrs Arnet Miller visited Mr Dee Miller of near Cromwell Saturday and Sunday THE LID FARCE Louisville As Wide Open As Ever NineTenths of the Saloons Run on Sunday A Louisville dispatch to the Owensboro Messenger says If it were not for the mere fact that two or three of the more respectable saloons in the central part of the city were closed yesterday there would have been nothing to JLouisvillewereopenfor r ostensibly for the sale of soft drinks intoxicants could be had without s difficultyIt general impression in the state that the lid is on good and tight in Louisville A prominent politician from out in the state who was in Louisville last night spent his first Sunday here since the governor issued his proclamation The people in the country I tong them was under the impression that the people of Louisville had nothing to do but to go to church on Sunday said this politi cian I know better now however for I see that the Sunday law is a farce Gov Beckham is making Ijis campaign for senator with the con ditions in Louisville as an issue but if the people out in the state knew the actual conditions here knew that the town is wide open on Sun day it would be all up with the governor FOR THE BUSY READER Whisky men of Versailles have s filed suit contesting the local option election recently held in Woodford county endeavoring to prevent the election being binding in the city of Versailles f Two children of William King died Tuesday at Munfordville from eating toadstools which they thought were mushrooms The mother and another child were ill but recovered Five Ohio bridge companies surrendered their charters Tuesday as a result of the ouster suits filed by Attorney General Ellis at Bellefon taine All the other companies except one have left the State Y The Canal Commission Tuesday is sued invitations for proposals to complete the Panama canal All proposals must be in before noon of December 12 and a certified check for 200000 must accompany each bid The successful bidder must givo a bond of 3000000 A decision to complete work on the Panama canal by contract has finally been reached by the commis undertakingII be issued in a few days President j Roosevelt is known to support the commission in its position and has had a long conference on the subject with Chairman Shonts I IThe hearing of the case of the Oil Company of Ohio I charged with the violation of the Valentino antitrust law of that FindIwas made The defense objected to reviewing the history of the litiga tion against the Rockefeller con cerns but the court uuheld thepros ecution 01 this point v kt tr j api sly S9S2SSdS99SSS6669S66SH99SCiSrS9S99S6IXY NS 6669 9SG9 6999SSf I i I The Correctly Dressed Man Hart 8 Marx can be SOld N 1 1 V ASYLUM INVESTIGATON abowcdTbat Patients Have Been Treated In the Most In human Manner it is unfortfonate for the State titour public institutions should brander the control of political par Xftans Gen Percy Haley is Chair aica of the Board Je Superintendent of the Insane j ayhim at is Doctor Red wfiat He got the position for no IIb r reason than that he is a brother to Judge Redwine of Music Hall 2weie There is not an employe of the in Atution but what holds his positio- niia ise he was and is a Democrat Slum the party in power assumes alfiw responsibility for the manage pert of an institution it is not un aaeiiuble for the public to hold ire party responsible for any mis anrna jement It s well however for the public zssfrto Judge hastily According to wsdenca produced last week a pa Stntirom Ashland died as the result iwounds received A Coroners jury made up of iim employes rendered a verdict dtet Jte died from exhaustion which jpnot unreasonable when the evidence tows that his eyes was knocked out fs nose broken and wounds to the 3 neon his head In the investigation held by the JHuirdof Control lust veek evidence of other cruelties waS brought out The last witness examined was loin ICarigozian and attendant I who testified that he had seen at lemtants strike patients and at tiiop times kick them and chocke tfraw lie gave the names of two atiCfirihuts he had seen strike pa tkaitivind further said that he had seen FJXn Adams an attendantdrunk is onnl the wards several times toaUnurthe patient He told of an attendant named Brown choking a 3itidnt who refused to take a bath y v 1 until he Karigozian interfered and I stopped it This witness said he fwd sported these occurrences so often that he finally became tired of it and quit simply talking to the attendants themselves and urging lInt 1tey not mistreat the patients The credit of exposing the condi tions is due to J F Wallace a for mer employe of the Asylum It is due Mr Wallace tosUtethat he was not discharged from the institution but resigned as he says Itcause he he could not conscientiously remain longer Is the Moon Inhabited Science has proven that the moon has an atmosphere vducb makes life in some form possible on that satellite but not for JiDKon beings who have a hard enough time on this earth of ours especially those who dont know that Electric Bitters cure Headache Biliousness Malaria Chills and Fever Jaundke Dyspep sia Dizziness Torpid Liver Kidney complaints General Debility and Female weakness Unequalled as a general Tonic and Ayprtlzer for weak persons and especial for the aged It inducessound steep Fully by Z Wayne Gti fen R Bro druggist Price only 50c Slays SixtyThree Snakes Gathering huckleberries Samuel Salada and wife of near Panther Rocks Clearfield county Pa came upon a number of rattlers laying out on rocks in the SeptoraVj sun Salada right there took first prize as a snake killer himself with a club he waded in and in lalf- an hour had slain sixtythree of the venomous reptiles By ihif time the odor arising from tile slaughter caused Salada to cease the battle Eighteen rattles were removed1 from one battlescarred yellow tattler that was 31 feet lon- goABTORs6Bears t Bm pi- OFaatur The correct thing in Mens Clothes ia just as easy to have as not All you have to do is to come to E P BARNES S BROS CLOTHING DEPARTMENT and you can get from the cheapest to the best All grades cut and made in the latest styles Ask for Hart Scjiaffner Marx Clothes Perfect in style fit and Tailoring Every garment is strictly all Wool and ev 61 erything bout them is all right Hart Schaffner Marx Suits priced at 18 X20 22 and 825 Barnes Special Suits 5 to 18 r Boys and Childrens Suits We made an extraordinary effort to procure the most attractive fas well as the most serviceable Suits for Boys and Children We leave for you to judge when you see them as to how will we succeed Child rens Suits 3 years old up to 16 old priced at SJ25 to 80 Boys 3 piece Suits long Pants 13 to 19 years old Price each 350 to 121e carry more Clothing in stock than any two concerns in this whole terri tory and by homing here you have the greatest variety to select from Ve only have but one price so you are sure of Buying just as low as they Copyright 1906 by Schaffncr jl P BARNES BRO BEAVER DAM OO 9999S 2SS92S9S9P 999 Lexington Asy guaranteed Prcparire ceZ have years JOKES OF THAD STEVENS A Batch That Are SQ Old As to Seem New Now Many a joke is credited to Thad deus Stevens who led the Republi cans in Congress during the civil periodsI his jests which undoubtedly authentic is so commonplace in sound that- j one might easily be forgiven for failing to take in the meaning In his last days David Reese and John Chauncey two employes of the house of representatives used to carry him in a large arm chair from his lodgings across the public grounds up the broad stairs of the capitolWho he said to them one day will be so good to me and bear me in their strong arms when you too mighty men are gone I Such a question implied nothing short of a sense of intellectual im moralityWhen he had taken to his bed for the last time a visitor told him he was looking well 0 John was the quick reply it is not my appearance but my disappearance that troubles me One day a member of the house of representatives who was noted for his uncertain course on all questions and who confessed that he never in vestigated a point under discussion without finding himself a neutral asked for leave of absence Mr Speaker said do not rise to object but to suggestI that the honorable member need not ask this favor for he can easily pair off with himself One ancedote always remembered with Stevens illustratesI beStIIgar woman one as he was limping to the house I 0 sir she said I have just lost all the money I had in the world And how much was that 0 sir it was 75 cents repliedIa how wonderful it is that I should have found what you lostI Let the Babies be Kissed theIOfficer Friedrich of Cleveland Ohio in discussing the hygenic side of babykissing by candidates for pub lic officeThe transfer of germs is a possi bility of course but why should the babies of future generations miss the adulation given those of the past and why should not mothers of to day get the same praise which will cause them to smile and swear by the candidate forever Whats the Matter With the Wt Rev E L Powell one of the prominent ministers of Louisville who has been making a strenuous fight to have the saloons closed at Louisville and who is there on the ground and knows what is going on in a sermon Sunday deprecating the farce of Sunday closing now going on there asks the folio wing pointed question concerning Governor Beck hamWhat is the governor doing He has grown strangely silent these past few weeks except in his speeches Has he gone a long journey Has he gone sleep Has he forgot ten us in our distress Here again I make no charge The opportunity is yet his Will he seize it Wilt he avail himself of it Shall we be permitted to see the flashing of the sword in the hand of one who holds it with no nerveless grip Is it possible that Governor Beck ham is merely playing the temperance people out in the state and he LouI isville at the proper time by prom ising to take the lid off if the saloon keepers will be good and vote for him next month INSTANTLY KILLED Was Almer Medders a Bevier Last Saturday by Falling into Coal Shaft Island Ky Oct GMr Almer Medders a young man of this place who was weight boss for the Crescent Coal Company of Bevier fell from the tipple this morning and was instantly killed The cage be came fastened and he was trying to get it unfastened when he lost his halance and fell a distanceof about sixty feet He was a son of Jake Medders of this place Just after Medders fell a heavy piece of timber struck Rees Johnson rendering him unconscious and pre cipitating him into the shaft Just before he was out of reach he was grasped by M D Morton of Owens boro check weighman for the com pany Johnsons head and chest are I badly bruised but his recovery is expected and his escape from Instant death is considered wonderful I Care of Cream at the Farm The problem of caring for the cream so that it may bedelivered to aIserious one because it has an impor I taut bearing on the quality of the butter In many cases butter made from cream not properly cared for does not sell for the top market price and since there is a growing tendency to sell butter on its merits giving only the price its quality deserves there will be difficulty in disposing of butter made from a poor i quality of farm separator cream at equal to those of butter made i considIering reaIsonthan that separated at a factory with power separatorsjI When milk is separated at the farm immediately after milking the h Qvf J K I L L THt QQUC HAND CURE THE LUNGSi KingsNew PriceFOR100 Free Surest and Quickest Curo for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LB or MONEY BACK Thousands of Acres For Sale alreasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands long the fins of tke IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas- Most direct line via ST LOUIS ins MEMPHIS Trough gilntn iletstaf Md iris weltalnf cpsanthbldirfitfc on application N C TOWNSENL talhuTuiTlt sr15UI N T O inns IUmEWsI cleanest and sweetest cream possible ought to he obtained it certainly should be better than that skimmed by a factory lwhichand on this account a better butter sepaI rator cream 1 MAUDS NEW TRICK Spottsville Ky Mare Mule 4 Does Unparalleled Stunt Over TwentyThree Years of Age and milk Flows From Ud der by Mere Touch One of the most remarkable freaks of tho animal kingdom was reported this morning at the Journal office as occurring at Spottsville and is vouched for by Mr It J Jennings one of the most valuable citizens of It that or any other precinct of the county says the Henderson Journal Mr John D Langley who is also well known und much esteemed by his neighbors und friends is the owner of a mare over twentythree years of age It was noted a day or two since for the First time in the history of the animal that there was an unnatural swelling of the ud der and an investigation was imme diately instigated resulting in the discovery of the honest phenomenal existance of a heretofore unreported occurrence On taking hold of the udder it was discovered that it was filled with milk and in bringing to boar the natural process in milking of n cow milk began to flow and there was a stream resembling that flow and there was a stream resembling that flowing from a bovine with her first young calf Nothing of the kind f Jfad ever before been observed and those who witnessed the phenomenon declared that they had never heard of a similar occurrence in all their lives Think of it they said a mare mule and that too over twenty three years of age It is possibly the most remarkable case ever rte ported and lit deserving of a thorough investigation by experts who may know a thing or two in advance of their fellows Can you 0 win Yourealize that to win in anything these days 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 they expect to win Kodol For Dys pepsia contains the digestive juices of healthy stomach and will put your stomach in shape to perform its important function of supplying the body and brain with strength building blood Dgcsts what you felt relieves Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour stomach Palpitation of the Heart and Constipation Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Going to School Again I To learn of the A S of E islike going to school again A farmer may be fifty years old and all that time he may be learning how to produce crops but Has much yet toI learn The A S of E teaches hew to market crops a thing which has been more difficult than producing i It wont require fifty years howev er nor fifty hours to learn but it does require some time to show theI farmer what he must do to cents per bushel more for his 20 cents more for his corn wheatI more for his potatoes 5 pound more for his cotton and other things in proportion than it docs to show him how to save a few dollars on a machine or a few cents on gro- dries by buying cooperativelyI When a horse is so overworked it lies down and in other ways declares its in ability to go further you j would consider it criminal to use force Many a man of humane im pulses whs 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 dol for dyspeysh that is sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Sheep Growing Well fed sheep always produce the most and best wool Softness and pliancy of wool usually correspond in a degree with fineness Harshness and dryness are always detri mental to the quality even if the fiber is otherwise good As a rule this condition may be taken as an indication of poor breeding although r it may be due to disease old ape or improper treatment Generally a fleece begins to decline in value and yield after a sheep becomes four years old Softness and pliancy are to considerable extent due to the 1 fsecretions ofthe skin A clear pink or yellowish skin is an indication of a good quality of wool while a pale or bluish skin is generally accom r Y+ fti DO YOU KNOWT- hat 11 Ur Plrrcee Favorite Proscription druggistsfor quantltles especially prepared fur tin cure of tho UullcuU III onseli K cullar to women the maker of which In not afraid to take his lstlrats Into his hell confidence by bottlowrnppcrniltheingredlent I your driiKKlxt If this Is not true I Favorite Prescription too Isthn only medicine for women all the Ingredients or which hewn tho unniiallllrd endorse meat of tin lending IIW1ICIII writers of the rllOIDrncnllIlnlr for a free booklet and rend tin numer ous extracts from standard medical nil thorltles praising tho several Ingredients of which medicines urn made and dont forget that no other medicines put up for sale through druggists for do mestic use can show any such t rtifaiUinil endorsement Tits of Itself Is of far moro weight suit Importance time nay amount of oCIIII hr+ so publicinTho Favorite Prescription euro all womans eculJar weaknesses aid do rnnzcmoiitstlnw lavishing tho periodical headaches backaches txarliiiidown dis tress tenderness and drngiug down Ken Butlons Ire lower alNlomen accompanied by weakening and disagreeable catarrhal pelvic ilralns and U I ml ml mIIIAllnlIDr Pierce and his stuff ope clallsts may IK cousiilteil freo by address ing as above All rorresiKindenco Is treated as sacredly foiiliclontlal lly con sulting In way tho dUagreeablo qucstlonlnirsundMrsonaluxamlimtloiiii are The Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser contains some very Interesting and valiubln chapters on diseases peculiar to women contains over ono pages It Is vent sit paid im receipt of sulllclent In onn cent stamps to forIRVPierceinvlgIa laxative two or three catharticj panted by an inferior fleece The yolk is the oily secretion which gives color softness pliancy and luster to the fleece It consists of u soapy matter principally animal oil and potash which promotes the growth of the fleece and prevents friction I wearing the fibers and cutting Good feeding shelter and care pro mote liberal secretion of yolk while exposure and alkali soils result in injury to wool by diminishing the yolk Keep the bowels openwhen you have a cold and use a good remedy to allay the inflammation of the mu cous membrances The best is Ken nedys Laxative Honey and Tar It contains no opiates moves the bow els drives out the cold It is relia ble and tastes gpod Sold by Z Wayne Griffin bro ON DOG MEAT Was Newly Made Bride Fed But it Was That Or Nothing Philadelphia Oct 5Cross Northern Labrador with wife from Hudson bay All well This telegram from Stephen P M Tasker dated Domino via Cape Race N F October d was the first information of the whereabouts of the sender and his young bride since last June when they departed on their honeymoon The message addressed to the Philadelphia office of the Associated Press conveys the intelligence in addition to the fact that Mr and Mrs Tasker are safe and well that they have also performed the almost impossible feat of crossing the wast ers of Labrador at Hudson bay Tasker is thirtyone years old He is a marine engineer in the United States navy detailed at Cramps ship yard He secured a six months furlough and with his bride under took the expedition as a bridal tour Starting from this city four I months ago the Taskers went to the Hudson bay shore of Labrador and I there organizing a pack train with dogs sledges and provisions began t their journey After traveling j many days they lost their way and their food supply ran short For sustenance they were obliged to kill their sledge dogs After their list dog had been eaten they reach ed a small settlement where they were cared for by the natives This information was furnished by a messenger who forwarded the above quoted telegram from Domino Human Blood Marks A tale of horror was told by marks of human blood in the home ofJ 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 when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery It completely cur ed me and 1 have remained well ever finceY It cures Hemorrhages Chronic Coughs Settled Colds and Bronchitis and is the cnly known cure for Weak Lungs Every bot tle guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin and Bro druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottle free AN ODD SUIT Filed in the Circuit Court in Which an Electrical Machine is Al leged Source of Trouble ItiiDcork Clarion One of the most remarkable suits that ever came under our observa tion has been filed in the Hancock circuit court by Mr Murray Roberts against Dr V 0 Standish Mr Roberts a thriving farmer and timber dealer who resides in Tywhapita bottoms near the Daviess county line while the defendant in the un usual case is a prominent young physician who moved here fifteen months ago from Campbdlsburg Indand who has worked himself into an excellent practice Dr Standish has offices on the second floor of the new HnwesvilleI Bank building front office work has been no able part of his practice In this of lice is an equipment seldom found in a town the size of Hawesville designed to aid the sick and injured andamong the outfit is numbered what is termed a static current or electric machine designed for use in treatment by electricity A very powerful current of electricity can be generated by this machine or it may be graduated to a light one The stairway leading up to the Standishoffices is located on Main crosS street midway between the bank door and the door entrance to the Haynes saloon and the first step is sufficiently high off the pavement j to afford a good place for two or three people to sit On Saturday especially this doorway is nearly always blockaded by the presence of two or three men so Dr Standish claims to have found that such was injuring his office practice inasmuch as many of the people especially ladies would pass by rather than in terrupt those sitting in the door An idea presented itself to Stan dish He would run a wire from his electrical machine down stairs to the doorway which was prcvidedwith two strips of tin across it and touch the obstructionists up with current of electricity This worked well and for more than a month it was better than an oldtime circus to see people hiking out of that door wayOn Friday of last week Mr Rob erts was in town and hegothisn f A good bunch of electricity was turned in Roberts went straight up and out and is said to have moved very rapidly At any rate in his petition for the sum of 1500 damages he recites that the atmospheric conditions were j favorable his trousers being very wet for great injury from such a I shockand that it has so injured him to this extent and he prays judg ment for this sum The case will be watched with in terest inasmuch as it involves a point never adjudicated in the courts in this section of the State before In the meantime the machine still is busy at work and others are being thrilled and precipitately moved from their moorings each day o4Le9TORIABean ttn1t Kind Yea Han Always Bough I4p3haatnrle1 The True Standard ofSuperiority Not the man whp owns the largest number of acres and who thereby I j Oe Cola and flllolkoi The seasons first cold may be slightmay yield to early the I next cold will hang on longer it will be more troublesome too U il necessary to take chances on that second one Scotts Emulsion is a preventive as well as a cure Take M SCOTT S EmUtSIOJ when colds abound and youll have no cold Take it when the cold is contracted and it checks inflamma tion heals the membranes- of the throat and lungs and drives the cold out Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemistsi 409415 Pearl Street Iceland 100 Alt dniarlf t fe1Ilowall but the man who puts whatever land he holds to the best possible use is worthy of the homage of his fellows The farmer who by the use of extensive cultivation irriga tion and brains draws an income of 5000 a year from ten acres of ground and there are such farmers is worth twenty times as much to the community as he who gets a I bare living off of one hundred acres The country will by and by it is hopedabandon the false standard which makes the mere possession of many acres a token of superiority and award the palm to the man who gets the most out of an acre IIfan article is imitated the origi overjsalve to keep around the house get DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is the original and the name is stamp ed every box Good for eczema tetter boils cuts and bruises and especially recommended for piles Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro I When is an Old Maid IKIlDO CIty Joernali When does a girl become an old maid This question blunt and shorn of delicate innuendo is now figuring in the somnolent discussion of philidelphia society One might say that a girl becomes an old maid when she fails to marry betimes but that is not the point What is the exact year that ushers in spinster hood and close forever the gates of youth Of course this is no matter in which man has any word to say No rational wearer of trowsers would tempt fate and the scorn of femininity by attempting a sugges tirn for any arbitrary dead line would necessarily bring down upon the luckless masculine head a storm of reprobation It has been left to the women themselves to brave the peril And they have placed the age at forty years Under this ruling a woman is a tender bud until two score years have continued their gloomy litany of days and the hair near the scalp begins to whiten There is more Catarrh in this sec tion of the country then all others diseases put together and until the lust few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescirbed locals remedies and by constantly failing to cured with local treatment pronounced it incu rable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and thereof requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manu factured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitu tional cure on the market It taken internally in doses from isI drops to a teaspoonful It acts rectly on the blood and mucous sur face of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars and tea timonalsAddress F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Sold by all druggests 75c Take Halls Family Pills for consti pation Scared Wife Millionaire John J Ryan the former plunger in an attempt to frighten his wife at the Cincinnati fall festival came near suffocating to death in a coffin In one of the restaurants collins served as tables and the lights are always turned low sometimes being out altogether- It was while the lights wars out that Ryan crawled into a coffin i Just after hehad laid himself out a waiter passed and seeing the coffin lid disarranged screwed it down i Ryan finally was released after he I had poked his head through the glass top and his wife had fainted from frightIOA81ORABean theIts Kind YDI Nan Always Boi u tut r One Quart Was Water Perhaps Master Pert You made a mistake j governess You told me that you couldnt take four from three Governess OfiCourse nntyou silly boy Master PertWell Bridget told me that her father used to take four quarts of milk from three cows yA cold is muchmore easily cured when the bowelsare openKen nedys Laxative honey and Tar opens the bowels and drives the cbld out of the system in young or old Sold by Z WayncvGrlCn tBro V The Kted Yea Have Always Bought and whIch has been IIn van for ocr 30 years has borne the signature qf and has made supervision since its Infancy to dccciro All Counterfeits Imitations and Jnstasgood arc but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health oT Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant Ifc contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Worn and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency Jt assimilates tho regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend CENUBNE CASTORIA ALWAYS rf Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bougtt In Use For Over 30 Years en MUMMY n KUMIOT ranr nn crrr L dy OUR CLUBBING RATES rUE REPUBLICAN and Louisville HeraldfSlU- EREPUULICAN and Louisville Daily Herald TilE RETDIIUCAN and CourierJournal 13K THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 4JK TUE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farmtf r TILE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 3ST- ilE REvoawcAN and Twicea Week Owensboro Inquirer djSfc- FHE IlEfUBLicAH and Daily Owensboro Inquirer TUE RKiOBLtcAN and Twicea Week Oboro Messenger TILE RKi unrrcAX and NationalMagozine Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN JI aI 1 JC RANDALL T Z GRIFfIN When in Louisville I STOP mSe1111itlgs a 1 EUROPEAN HOTEL The Home for Ohio County People Elegant Clean rooms and Polite Attention S VVi I Garner Second and Jefferson Streets COLLINS GRIFFI N Props aP a3 cti4 JS24 BUYS 44 L SCHOLARSHIPuntn the 1m a1ottlet1 tobeod atadieoount Recount ot life opening of oar Enuwvllla onIlogo aroeoU JfovantUon eater any tima ORAUCHON EVWWVLEA DIAJN THIRD a 4bnegee fa 15 states S3000WOO CAPITAL ImSarsai by bnmhums men from Maine to CUUnyfe IT yean mooesa We atao tBT HAH WriteforpTIC- ePOSITIONS SECURED I I I MONEY REFUNtrE- Oauuesee1I Catalogue Om 1lc =THAT PAT rbertMalaa fiaarip nM Mrt My jui Iwd mmdw rRKC mss 00 tmtemtaUUtx r Tat poIdIoo 8UR PAMIHO HCFCKKIfCC ItrftwCMU nook on lraNrkltlaceb503twS anth ltrtW-AsKIMaTON D C been under his per sonal Allow no ono you in thIs Oil Wind Food sloop Trlller TOM SflK 13K L3fr J 1 COLLINS WAYNE AT n x p a1BIG FOUR iNew York Central Line JI The Best Line Indianapolis toiPMria fChicago iftrw Buffalo a- Newf Yotlf tBos And all other points East InformationcheerfuJIy1U1 nWied on application at CiW Ticket Office Big FourPhu 259 Fou avenue or write t S J GATES Gen Agent Passenger Dept lLouIsvIlle 1 y I Agent Cincinnati 0- i 4 DsloIr is Hartford Republic tuned by the Hnrtfonl rnhthlblagCarripa- tijpnlnmxvitul litonCzr=srsozTSO- Itoue2a Guxnb lan63421r a FRIDAY OCTOBER 12 IREPU TICKET rou coxnnKss 1ML HEAVRIN Ol Ohio Count- yANNOUNCEMENTSJ We awnnlhorliwltii announce S A ANDKK HON ol Went llnrtford Precinct n cotnlliiat for llfiirfMntatlvf the Utntrn teembly Iron thin the iilttiilhtrlrt snliject to the aitlou of tile lleimbllcnn party- Wenrennthorlted to nnnounw ClARKXO DiWEKSi olHbrnvlr lntt n rnmlldnte fur Ileprmntntlvp the icnfral Amwmblr Iron thin the Srtth district ulije t to the action of the leinlillcnn potty We are anthorlteil to announce W W JAllK of the lIedo 1wlnct p enndldxtr for Itcpreeif tntlreln the llvncrnl AMuilily lronithl theSiitt I tllntrlct uliect to the action ol the ltr nl Ilcau jiarty I Examine the label on your paper If It Is npt correct notify us I for the bond issue and a 1VOTE IT is certainly embarrassing to Mr II Bryan to be eclipsed by so small a luminary as Mr Hearst discovererectthe advantage of pulling together theChicago den tists are now forming a Union I GOVERNMENT ownership of rail roads has retired for the consideration of Government ownership of Cuba WE cannot expect the Fiscal Court to build any pike roads into Hart holesI1 A SEAT on the New York Exchange sold the other day for 92000 The old Arm Chair is good enough for us a while longer THE Democratic campaign text book was certainly revised by a committee headed by W R Hearst It is one continuous scold A SYRACUSE church is trying the admlssionlresembling it will be giving rebates to pewhold I ers FOOTBALL enthusiasts agree that I new rules have rendered the num ber of ways of killing or maim ing a player from seventeen to six teen WHAT Neborawheat trust J Has the octopus actually taken adj l vantage of the absence of William J to invade his own sanctum sane torum VOTER before you cast a ballot toI 11mentyears ago DURING a caucus of political leaders in Indiana a gastank exploded with disasterous results This should be a warning to politicians to leave their gastanks at home IN their ate to elect the lower house of congress Democrats arecharging the Republican party with everything Over in Ohio an epidemic of diphtheria is imputed to the Republican party Tim Democratic party is this year pledged to a return to the tariff for revenue only system ofgovernment This is the kind they favored and adopted in 1891 when Cleveland was president If you want it vote for it HAGEU thathe is elected Governor he will not be so niggardly as to want to curtail the expense of Government below what it now is He evidently endorses the 50000 salary grab inaugurated by the last Legislature TilE Louisville Herald scored a great victory in its fight for the i people of the city on the franchise question last week when the Mayor vetoed an ordinance recently passed by the Council Even the Courier Journal had to take off its hat to Mr Newman and Flie Herald HAGKH the expense of he Beckham administration has exceed ed that of former administrations on the same principal that it costs more f to dress a large family of girls in ptlk than it does in calico We infer from this statement that he thinks the administration should and if he W elected will be clothed in Purple and fine Linen THE fact that a Republican con hopelessly I a splitand the nomination of two can didates is unmistakable evidence that the party can never expect or hope to win anything in the way of State officers until a few self appointed I bosses are relegated to the rear TilE more work there is to do in wagesImen the largest amount of work to be done at home is the policy which will secure steady employment at the best wages A policy which will transfer work from our mines and factories to foreign mines and foreign factories inevitably tends to the depression of wages herePresl- dent HarrisonIf you want to con tinue such conditions you know how to vote AT A fraternization meeting of OwIago quite a number of speeches were made by such men as J D Atchison and Congressman A 0 r Stanley condemning the exorbitant system of taxation now in vogue in Kentucky This is one of the many instances wherein the increased tax- grab necessitated by the 50000 office and salary grab passed up to a gang of Beckham machine grafters as the only visible result of the last unlamented Legislature has been called into question IN the course of his speech here Monday Auditor Hager made the fol lowing statement Gen Hays says- 28000 was too much to pay for the teachers registers and trustees record books I do too and everybody does At another point he made use of the followingstatement I dont often endorse the acts of Republican JudgeI1PrattI re were printed and 28260 should be paid for them Mr Hager failed to explain why he endorsed paying heIGIVE THE RATE LAW A TRIAL The weakness for agitation and efforts at legislation without wait enIlustrated than in the present attitude of Mr Bryan the peerless leader of the Democrats toward the new rate regulation law In one and the same breath Mr Bryan claims the credit for this new leeis tion and condemns it to failure He- boasts that President Roosevelt went- to the Democratic platform for his inspiration and at the same time he declares that no rate legislation can be successful and that the Govern ment must take over the ownership and opperation of all railroads to set tle the vexed question of rates In this inconsistent position Mr Bryan illustrates the difference between agitation and statesmanship The agitator is not looking to the peace and prosperity of the country so much as he is looking after his own notoriety We have hadagitators from the beginning of time and they have been much like Mr Bryan but they never accomplished any thing for the public good This is a government of law and not a government of men The law is the supreme force and the more stable the law is the moro secure the interests of the country will be Legislation is not the chief aim of the Government It is only inci dentalto correct the law after thatproves to be a failure or erron eous But Mr Bryan seems to think that when Congress has enacted a law the purpose of the enact ment is complete and that a new campaign for new law is in order He claims credit for an idea as soon us it is worked out in legislation If the idea was good as it appeared in the Democratic platform why is it rtotequally good when it appears in the Statute Why ndt try the law But Mr Bryan abandons the child he claims as his own as soon as it reaches maturity He has now found ii new subject for agitation tnd it is not new even in this coun fry as rn agitation The Populists nd the Sofialisn are several years ahead of Mr Bryan in demanding I r a rg I government ownership of railroads These men live and thrive by agitation and in what manner does Mr Bryan differ from those who have for ten years demanded Government SocialiStatute books and the President Is preparing for its strict enforcment- i Unless he can do that the Jaw will be so much wasted paper It is a good time for the agitators who agitate to take a back seat and wait until the law has been given a trial IHow to Run the Government Mayndil Mirror I The man who stands on the street corner chewing and spitting tellin how the government should be run cursing the town finding fault with his grandmother because she was a I woman claiming that the merchants- are a lot of thieves that the lawyers and newspaper men would skin a man to a finish and a whole lot more is a nuisance and an abomination Any toun pestered with one or more such worthies would be justified in exercising cowhide authority on the bosom of their trousers No one is obliged to live where he is not suit ed If things dont suit you gc where they will A growler and a sorehead in a town is an enterprise killer every time- Marriage License The following license to wed have been issued since our last report- E B Stewart Beda age 22 to Flora Baird Beda age 20 Henry Ralph Ralph age 18 to Sallie May Ralph Ralph age 21 Hays Rager Smallhous age 24 to Dena Shelton Smallhousage 24 George A Barnes Beaver Dam age 27 to Elsie May Williams Beaver Dam age 21 Lay fette Benchamp Sample Ky age 30 to Ella Hale Fordsville age IS Leslie Myers Olaton ago 22 to Nolie Boyd Rosine age 17 Licensed Auctioneer Squire W Tichenor of Point Pleasant Ky licensed auctioneer for Ohio county Cumberland phone 11tf RENDER Oct 9Ed Barrass Sr went to Central City last Wednesday- G+ B James I C train master of Louisville was here on business last I WednesdaySam Louisville was here last Wednesday Deputy Sheriff Commodore Ashly Hartford was here on legal business ThursdayWm Echols was here last Thursday Chas Woodburn Central City was here last Thursday Nicholas Barrass Jr and Don Miller Taylor Mines were here last Thursday W H Minor Central City was here last Friday Jno S Spence was in Central City last Friday Messrs Jno H Barrass J W Baker T Jahn and Mesdames T t Jahn and Mary Mercer attended the Owensboro fair last Friday and Sat urdayMessrs Otha Miller and Wm Bar rass Taylor Mines were here last Fri lay E H Massie Louisville was here last Saturday i Simon Stevens attended F A M Lodge in Beaver Dam last Sat urday night Jas Raley Horton was here last SundayMrs Dr W R McDowell Central City was the guest of Mr and Mr- sJnoSSpencelastSunday Louis Hoback Owensboro was here yesterday Isaac Oser returned from Louisville yesterday after an absence of- weeksMessrs C M Baggerly and W A Pennick Louisville were here to day Len McGavock Cloverport was here todayIJas Lacefield Central City was here today L T Millard is on the sick list Work at the mines is very slack at present owing to the scarcity of Railroad cars EruptionsThe cf pimples and other erupt ws is to cleanse the blood improve the digestion stim ulate the kidneys liver and slan The medicine to takeis Hoods Sarsaparilla VTiich has cured thousands ISLE OF PINESI May Be Annexed by The United States Government in Near Future Havana Oct 10tAs the result of Cuba combinations the American flag may float over the Isle of Pines Practically the entire island is owned by Americans The Root treaty to restore it to Cuba was held up in congress over three years A few days ago Taft notified the commit tee of the Isle of Pines residents to indicate a form of government satisfactory to them The result proba bly will be the elevation of the stars land stripes I UST CALL For Taxes in Ohio Gotfnty the131stI pay your i interest and penalty Af I ter this date under the acts of 1906 passed by the last Legislaturd 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 HELPING SOME I understand said Mr Roxley that my daughter is determined to marry you Hut how about support ing herWell replied Jack Xervey I think with my help you it be able to keep her in her accustomed style REMARKABLE MAN IPC1pllY seems imlivitlual to lo quite an ex In what respect It appears that he can remem her quite a mimlier of incidents con nected with his own Imyhood that ire fit to repent to his children NO ROOM- I dont suppose said Citiman sarcastically that you ever have typhoid out in Swninphiirst Xo replied Suithubs theres no room for it The place is too full of malaria He Wanted Too Much You advertise that there is a hlitlehlitBtrangcr who wanted to rent a mall farm lust work that pump handle a little still tin landlnard and you will see a flue stream of water You dont expect to have the Vietoria falls on the place ayStotesTo Use Both Sides Public school children in New York have been instructed here after to carry their hooks undei their left arm on odd days of the mouth tied under their right arm on even days This order is is sued by the physical director in order to avoid curvature of the spine which lit says is due tc the constant use of one side of the body only Priests Lire Longer Tin priests timid niouks of Italy live longer than any other pro fell illlllll men in that country Fiftyseven Ilnt live beyond three score and ten SKELETON KEY A MYTH There is nothing to the skeleton key idea we hear so much said an Indianapolis safe aboutI expert Such a thing as ton key flint will unlock all locks docs not exist The lockcmith in supposed to have such a key and we have been made to swallow more than one robbery story told on the theory that there was such a thing as a skeleton key which by some magic trick of construction would unlock all sizes and conditions of rotI factories manufacture II series of locks for one floor for inntaiue which nn bo unlocked hII master key Of course every lock on the floor has n separate key and no one of these keys will unlock more than tho dn r for which it was made There is in l i Were In Line Yes sir Vere all lined up for Fall and Winter business undfit you tterviee Were ready for the new season with everything thats good Weve not a disappointment in store for you Our Suits Over mats and Childrens Clothing Flats and Toggery all tWill the ear marks ol superiority Our Clothes are Different We muan different from the eonl mon sort ol garments you can buy of most any nothing house most anywhere Then you should come here for a Hat Tiepair of Gloves Shirt or any article of Toggery youll he sure of getting the correct thing at a fiir price Try us and See Speaking of Prices Our prices are always lair theyre moderate and in keeping with the quality of our wearables We dont overcharge you on one purchase and then sell you sonic little article away below cost Ve never ask too much We would be pleased to talk clothes with you Sir at any tim- eCARSON CO INCORPORATED HARTFORD KY audition to tins master Keya Key referred to as the grand master which will unlock any door on any floor of the lintel But it is readily understood that nil the locks in a particular hotel series are of similar construction and the matter of furnishing n master or grand master key i a comparatively simple HEART THAT DID NOT DEAT A certain young lady who is now grown up and very dignified was once a rem little girl with a big curiosity bump tike lived in the pretty little town of Franklin This little girl lovtvl1o get into the kitchen anti sniff around for goodies One day when a chicken was being prepared for dinner she climbed on a chair and ns far into the sink ns a- very indulgent cook would allow She watch l the proceedings very intently until tilt chickens heart was removed She then reached out her hand for it and said Annie what is that That is tho heart was the reply She examined it very carefully for a minute then handed it hack saying Please Annie show mo where the heat is PLEDGE Pledge is tho word that Dr Murray is now engaged in tracking down for the purposes of his monumental dictionary not pledge in tho pawnbrokers sense or the teetotal lers either but in its oldtime con vivial signification Ijet me plcdgo you in a glass of wine QuotaHims of the wool in this sense ere Ui Le found in Slmkepcare dad other oM author and they go as far bad + s 1531 Mot lexicographers arc eoi tent to swept tho nntipoison o njifinssiHilnaliort theory or trod tioltIhat the tlrijtlor is safe for Ihu t t Louisville Live Stock Market 11TIiI Choir Imtrliiritivrn- Knlr lit 6101 NFtil good Imli hor ulnm 1 Ml ft 4 h rhuINhutrh r hdfrrn n T5 H 4 Pair to good bntrhr IIIro 1 23 u 1nhole 1utrhr o 3 j jc- s 1 7- 5Fah tIIIorrnn VI K s kt- hoh+ mill briiim- MiHlllllll 1 toO ii JO as til mini111110I J 011 jj30 HI nous Chuhrpnrklaglt100a I m UHlnm pork t tau luww itu a I wi Unlit SlllKrr ISO In IIII II tt- bholelgno lollla 015 1rr11SIIIHllfoI Fair to gaud Nhwp l lit it 0- ChurehlpplogInlnh 0ttl tJ aseHullI 518 acsM I IHartford Produce Market I Ilfinirtpil IIT tljlliirtfnnl CnmiiilMlnn lu1 r0I1S1H110IIII halter KIHIll lnilltrV ISr Illilm town M x11 Sew fUhn Ir1111111I he IIIIIrr pling ihliloin r I 1niklnKliiittiT dktiw Ilr- IIhnuterbouugandaid rr1e pulpaLalTllrkeyeeI1 v1 ht I M ot I40 i IITilE SINGEROR I Wilson If in need of a Singer or Wheeler and Wilson Sewing Machine I will i bring one to your house and show I you the work and make prices to suit the times on easy payments Also have repairs for all makes of machines Office at my residence patronagesolicited I Hartford Ky I time being but Ur Murray wants thanthis1m has historical evidence as to the nature of the pledge and what the i drinker rlodged themselves to I Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN FAIRSJ II 19 b b All the leading Fall Dress Goods at 25c 50c 75c Ig 100 and 125 a yard b 14 Yardwide navy and black Tuiluttn Silk every t4 yard guaranteed at only 1 a yard bs 4Ten down Boys Corduroy School Caps actual t41VUhlO 25c choice 1 DcJI411he very lest quality of Hosiery for Ladies and I Children in wool lleecolinudor plain cotton Wo lit k 41 our und fiIFairs Clothing b Of course you are interested in getting the best as i ij cheap as you can Wo handle the best Suits and j n Overcoats at reasonable prices No quibbling You n pay no moro than your neighbor Como to us tor j I f your outfit 41 Jj Beautiful lino or Dress Trimmings to match prop tI tj erly our Dress Goods J Best selected stock of Ginghams Flannelottes fi Outing Cloths Iercals Prints Etc for serviceable lIt 49 fc aq wont 14 Best lino of Childrens School Shoes Buy our n Shoes Economy in so doing n Our Underwear fur Full is unexcelled in variety ls- p 5 or quality Union Suits heavily fleeced or tho = r Elastic Ribbed Inspect our lino before buying J r Fairs Millinery Our increased sales in this department speak vol = 41 urns for us Those who want style and workman b J ship have no trouble in selecting n Hatfrow usr A tc- q pleased customer is our best advertisement Visit y- fi fi us ficq = Cloak Department = Wo want a chance to show every lady in Hartford Jj and vicinity our line of Cloaks and Furs Of course jj fi wo do not expect to do the entire Cloak businessbut l = wo hove confidence enough in our styles qualities r41 anal prices to expect a largo share of it Wo are will bt- fi to our time against yours If you purchase bs forn= b1- a4 fi fit every garment y I 44n f7Cloiflino fifi w1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 12 Illinois Central RallroartTlmo Table Nnrlli found Nonili Iloiunl Nol3iin 44f n in No ladoellOlnm NoirMunlftMpnl NIL 101 ilno K4Sp m Nol02 nr4Hini No Ill iliif n H m For Rugs and Carpets see Carson l yCo For School Shoes call on Carson I Co We are headquarters for Furni ture CARSON Co Before buying your children Cloaks see Fairs i Cold drinks of all kinds at City UestaurantIFresh Fish and Oysters at City Restaurant j r Guns Guns Gunsl1 Where At U S Carsons 11tf Some special things in cloaks at Fairs Saturday j Isnt that Ladies Parlor at City 4 Restaurant beauty We sell high grade goods at low prices at Carson Co I Mr J W Hale Fordsville was a pleasant caller Tuesday Call on Lida Morton for the latest in Hats at Carson Cos For 1 test style in Millinery visit Lone Cos Economy Store I Big bargains in Millinery now at Long Cos Economy Store Mrs J R Hunter Smallhous was f a very pleasant caller last Friday Get your Meats and Lunches at I City Restaurant Best in Hartford 11 tb- Milline Y ij bit bsb1 i The prettfestFurs arc at Fairs Prices right New things for Saturday in Fairs 5c and lOc basement Mr J T Smith Select was a very pleasant caller Monday Special prices for economical buy ers at Fairs Saturday Scholarship in Massey Business College for sale at this office Cheese Sausage Boiled Ham and Crackers at City Restaurant See the bargains we are offering in Clothing LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE It will pay you to visit our Millin ery Department LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE Fresh Oysters Fish and everything good to eat at City Restaurant Dont forget those steak and fresh meats at City Restaurant Fine Esq W P Render Matanzas call ed to see us while in town Monday For Scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College apply at this office If you are in need of groceries bring or phone your orders to Carson Co Come 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 After a lowdays visits to his family here Mr R T Collins returned to Louisville Tuesday FOR ALA scholarship in the Hartford Business Institute Call onor address TilE REPUBLICAN i IDont Fail tojook at Fairs Over suits Overalls and Gloves for work IBcst are at Fairs Mr V B Morton Livermore called to see us yesterday Mrs W H Moore is the guest of her son W D Moore at Louisville FOR SALK A firstclass work mull cheap Apply to Hartford Ice Co tf Nat Brooks was killed in the mines at Fordsville by coal falling on him Tuesday have a few fine buggies leftIIWe will close at avery low price CARSON Co Dont about Peters Shoes I and how they wearILONG Cos ECONOMY STORE For the lands sake get your Raw Bone from D L D Sandefur Beaver Dam Ky 113t The hunting season will soon be on Get your gun and ammunition at U S Carsons 11tf Rev A B Gardner will fill the pulpit at the Hartford Baptist church as usual next Sunday Take a look at our Cloaks Rain Coats and Furs before buying LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE Mr R E Leo Simmerman left Tuesday for Indianapolis Ind where he went on legal business Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 40tf Editor C M Barnett and County Attorney E M Woodward were in Frankfort on business the first of the week I The American Girl skirts are perfectfitting and cant be beat for style and quality LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE Mr Grossie T Williams returned from Hardinsburg Saturday where had been the guest of relatives for a few days Rev Frank Baker assistant pastor Hartford circuit will preach at the Hartford Methodist church next Sunday night Mr John T Moore Cashier of the Bank of Hartford attended the State Bankers Association at Louisville the first of the week After spending a few weeks vaca tions at his home at Mn nzas Mr L H Condit has resumea his duties asstorekeepergauger atOwensboro IWANTEDOne good man to sell fruit trees in Ohio county Address W S Ashby Sons Highland Nur sery Cloverport Ky Cash advanc ed weekly 6t l Mr R M Youngand family and Mr Leonard Leach of Renfrow this county will leave next week for Evangeline Louisiana where they will reside in the future Mr J Tylor Davis assistant gen eral manager of the National Life Insurance Co Louisville has been in Hartford in the interest of his company during the week If you want Kraut Pickles fresh packed Mackerel pure Cider Vine gar Macaroni Cheese or anything in family groceries Moore Crab tree have it fresh and cheap Schroeters Floating Studio is still at Hartfords landing They are better prepared than ever to turh out uptodate potographs Get your work done before winter sets- In lltf Circuit Clerk E G Barrass and County Attorney Ernest Woodward returned Sunday from a weeks so journ in Paducah the guests of the most beautiful woman in the world so they sayHartford Herald LoSTA watch charm on the last day of the Ohio County Fair on one side of which was the square and cqmpassjand on the other a reindeer Finder please return to A J Carter Hartford Ky or to this office 2t Alex Nicholson was arrested in Owensboro a few days ago to an swer an indictment in the Ohio Cir cuit Court charging him with sell ing liquor He was brought in custody of Deputy Sheriff W C Ash ley and lodged in jail- WANTEDGentlemen or lady I with good references to travel by rail or with a rigfora firm of 250 00000 capital Say 107200 per year and expenses salary paid week ly and expenses advanced Address withstamp Jos A Alexander Hartford Ky lOmGs I I Mr It J Mason of Buford was j a pleasant caller yesterday I National organizer A S of E M Sharp was a pleasant caller last IF City Restaurant is the place to get everything good to eat Nice and clean fine service The Hartford MiirCo7 has brick for sale as well as all other building material Come and see us 13tf Elder W B Wright filled his reg I ular appointments at the Christian church Sunday and Sunday night Mr J C Riley returned yesterday from a few days business trip to Ow ensboro Livermore and other points Noah White Narrows has moved to Hartford and will engage in ShelltonCant John G Keown will leave to day foi New Orleans La where he I will attend a meeting of the Knights- of Pythias I Foil SALEGood small farm cheap with 7room house 1J miles from Public Mines Onehalf cash E M Miller McHenry 124t Mr James T Sandefur has resign ed his position with the Sennings Hotel Louisville and has accepted a position with a railroad engineering corps at New Orleans We will buy your Chickens Ducks Calves Lambs Etc and pay high est cash price Live stock received on Monday before 9 oclock HARTFORD COMMISSION Co FOR SALE OR TRADE 100acre farm near Haynesville well improved Has two dwellings and plenty of outbuildings Apply to Cal P Keown Hartford Ky 13H Hon M L Heavrin and Supt J M DeWeese went to Louisville Mon day and accompanied Secretary Shaw to Leitchfield where he spoke at 2 oclock p m Tuesday Mrs Matilda Woosley and son who have been visiting Mrs Woosley relatives near Kinderhook returned to her home at New Win slow Ind Tuesday She was ac companied as far as Southerland by Mrs Laura McKenney and son D A F Stanley entertained the following justices county officials and other friends at noon luncheon at the Commercial Hotel yesterday Esqs W P Miller W S Dean J H Miles B S Chamberlain S H Render W B Edge and Harrison Austin County Attorney E M Woodward Circuit Clerk E G Bar rass Sheriff R B Martin Supt J M Dew ese Dr J W Taylor U G Ragland and C E Smith The Fiscal court convened in reg ular session Tuesday with Judge W B Taylor County Attorney E M Woodward and Esqs J H Miles W P Miller Harrison Austin B S Chamberlain W R Edge S H Render and W S Dean present The usual routine work of allowing claims is about all that has claimed the attention of the court so far but an almshouse keeper is to be elected and will probably be taken up today There are several applicants for the place but it is almost certain that Mr Frank Black will be elected HERBERT Oct SHenry HaysHardmsburg is visiting his old friends and neigh hors jh this place For 50 years he was one of the prominent men of this community Harry Givens wife and Joe Ben nett Owensboro are the guest of relatives hore- Sterrctt E Haynes Owensboro is visiting his brother Oscar Haynes Mrs Maggie Belle Bertlett Whitesville who has been the guest of her father D A Miller this week has gone home C W Phillipps sad wife Sylves ter Hays and wife Wm Holland wife and children Whitesville Ira Dawson and wife Habit Mrs Chambers Chambers John Burdett wife and children Mrs Obenchain and Brian Moseley Pellville attenu ed church here Sunday Ben Givens Evansville visited his sister Mrs Grant Midkiff this week Oscar Rice is in Meade county this weekJim Chambers has gone to Owens boro today with a load of apples He has several hundred bushels of very fine ones Emma Miller returned to Owensboro foday where she is taking heatmentfr6mir R W Coff mari V vV i ltnm tt Haynes bas returned from Oklahoma IMPORTANT SESSION Of the County Union A Sof EI Held Last Friday and Saturday The County Union A S of Econ vened in regular staiion at the court house in Hartford last Friday and continued in sermon two days President David foreland rapped for order and the body proceeded to business ac follows I Committee on Resolutions was appointed as follows Dudley Ford I Silas Stevens T IL Balmain J P r Austin and C T WhittinghillIL B Ticlmwr aUditfthopledge was extended to October 20th for those who have had no previous opportunity to sign It was further ordered that a i committee be appointed by each lo cal union to look after the tobacco interests and see that all pledged to j Ipledgedre Olutionslwhich institute in each County in Ute State Resolved That this County Union urge the State Union to insist that our Commissioner of Agriculture appoint an able member of the A S of E as one of the speakers in carrying out the institute work Saidspeaker to receive the same compensation as other State speak ers2nd Resolved That we extend to the editor of the Farmers Home Journal our there thanks for the stand he has taken in favor of the farmers organiiitlotr and that we furnish him a copy of these resolu tions3d Resolved That the County Union take msmeeEate steps to per fect a grain growers association so that the farmers of Ohio County may be enabled to pool their grain and hay Signed SL STEVENS Chairman C T WurriNGiiiLL Secretary On motion the Finance Commit tee for the 1906 of tobacco was installed as foCJovc Sulphur Springs Dist T HBa1 main Hartford IMt Silas L stev- ens Fordsville Dut1L F Sharp Cromwell Dist E P Sandefer Centertown DisL Warren Lindley Buford Dist David Sforeland David Moreland was reelected chair man of the committee The following resolution was of fered and adopted Whereas The United Mine Workers have through their delegates to this County Union offered to buy our products at the Union price and ask that we use Union coal and oth er Unionmade goods Therefore Be It Resolved That we agree to their demands and cooperate with them in all practical ways and further that we appoint a committee of five to look after the mutual interests of the A S of E The committee appointed to notify the millers and merchants of the county of the action taken at the called meeting of the county union on the wheat question reported and were discharged On motion the chair appointed the following committee to take action in forming a Wheat Growers Asso ciation JT Miles Silas Stevens D Ford J4 B Uitdiell AIney Tichl cnor A S Dan J P Austin JJ i My Hair Ran Away i Dont have a ralBag out with I your hair It aieJu leave you Then what Tfcaf would mean thin scnwfr nevea rough hair Keep yanriMlrathoinei Fasten it tifjktlj to your scalp You can casflfrfo kwith Ayers somethingmore I ing It Is a fair medicine a hair tonic a IMT food The bnUdtIt Sold for ow att yoaro if IrYz eoroweuXoiI A AloerSMlSAPoUIW lJersiitirPKTD2 L I s RoIBaKing Powder Absolutely PureDISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING POWDE- RRoyaldoesnotcontainanatam of phosphatic acid which is the product of bones digested in sulphuric acid or of alum which is onethird sulpharc acid substances adopted for otherbaking powders because of their cheapness NErewa wwo rowocn co YOAK P Foster F M Bailey A B Tick enor T F Tanner and E G Austin This committee met and organized by electing E G Austin Chairman and Alney Tichenor Secretary then adjourned to meet in Hartford the 1st Monday in November itlwasto the meeting of the National Union at East St Louis Oct 23 to 26 David Moreland M F Sharp and J R Weller were elected as dole gatesA to suspend all members who failed to sign the pooling pledge until they have sold their 1906 crop of tobacco was rejected t David Moreland M F Sharp W Stevens Alvin Ross J R Wdler IF others who can go were select to represent this county at the tLionthe 10th inst IOn motion it was ordered that a two cents on the 100 lbs of tobacco pooled be collected to pay the finance committee Their pay to be at the rate of 200 per day 1 and expenses for the time employe- dIt was ordered that President Moreland be given an order on the county treasurer for the balance oa expenses incurred by him for the Street Fair and Rally at Hartford L B Tichenor Alvin Ross and IL D Burch were appointed to settle with M F Sharp as County Organizer They report 3587 in excess of hissalary in the hands of Secreta SharpThe Treasurer was order cd to pay the expenses of the delegates to State Union at Owensboro as soon as he has sufficient funds Thecommittee on pooling pledge reported 90 per cent of the tobrfcco signed to pool- Adjourned to meet in Hartford the first Friday in January 1907 I T F TANNER Secy Pro Tem DONT MISS IT Make no engagement for next Saturday the 13th At a tend the Rowan heirs sale of fine timbered and farming lands at Kellys Camp on elegaatIsteamer precisely at 6 a m sharp for the grounds on the above dateA free outing for all wish lag to attend this sale IPublic Sale On Saturday October 27 1906 we will sell at Public Auction about twenty nice building lots in Center andiwhich is now under construction- I Centertown is a nice clean little anlAfter the sale three disinterested judges will be selected to look over the list and consider the location and Baleprice of all lots sold and award a free lot to the purchaser of the lot that they consider the poorest invedtmnt Free lunch will be seined on the ground Terms Ohethird cash balance on twelve months time with G Per cent interest or onethird in thirty days with approved security and balance on twelve months time TJIKCBNTERTOWN LAND DEVEL OPING COMPANY For further particulars address KyWanted5tAood tic- siCallohJd T1I1KENS 9tf Hartford Ky N I V uf SS F1 yt I I r ROMAN RELICS IN SCOTLAND ISomc Interesting Discoveries Havo Deen Made at Melrose I One of the most interesting con Itributions to The Scotish Historical lUeview deals with tic excavations lot the Roman fort at Ncwstead Mel- rose which are being carried out un Ider the Hospices of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland Owing to the nnture and variety of the finds land the core with which they me he ing recovered nail preserved the work maywill bo considered one of national iinportnnct lanes Curie of Melrose a distinguished Bonier nntiqunrr who contributes notes on sonic recent finds says Iho most striking result of the work lies in the collection of objects from tho Roman period which have been brought to light The finds for the most part have boon made in clearing out whnt would appear to bo disused wells or rubbish pits These have been found outside the fort ns well as within the ramparts In depth they vary from 12 to 30 feet and nil of them are more or less full of decomposed animal and vegetable matter which has a marked preservative influence Mr Curio gives a detailed description of a finely pre served specimen of a bronze vase with a single handle It stands 11 inches high and it is conjectured dates from the first century The vase is undecorated except for the handle which isof fino workman ship No fewer than 14 pits have boon cleared out in a field known as the Fore Ends lying to tho southof the fort In one of these two chariot wheels three feet in diameter were found also n human skull cleft by the blow of some sharpweapon From another pit came a most valu able collection of armor including a Roman brass helmet n photograph ofwhich Mr Curie reproduces The helmet is in a wonderfully good state of preservation Mr Curie con siders it the most perfect object of the find It covers the head and neck and has a high projecting peak in front The whole of the crown is covered with an embossed design nnd an inscription presumably the owners name is punctured on the rim Dundee Advertiser oA TOR Agees theIts Kind You Hw Always totf 8pahre 111elf A gga Foot Long There is being exhibited in Liver pool a prodigious egg that of a tall flightless birdthe Aepyornis maxi mus which formerly inhabited the island of Madagascar The eggs of this immense creature are nearly a yard in circumfrance and a foot in j length and their cubical contents roughly speaking are equal to six ostricheggs or 150 hens eggs or 60000 humming birds eggs or two gallons of water The market price ranging from 175 to 300only twen ty known specimens being in exist ence i Ills Long Suit BinksWho is that debator who is so ably taking the negative of the question JinksOh thats Snapem the photographer He never takes anything else The Large List Why do you look so pleasedover the mere making out of a list ufI those you are going to invite totyour receptionIa of those Im not going to invite Why it FellIrte Her face fell suddenly andshe gave an exclamation of annoyancer But it was too late to repine Her whole body accompanied her face She had stepped on a banana peeltKidding us Scott Did you ever notice that many of our worst criminals today era scarcely more than children MottIts always so The greatest pirate that ever lived was only atkidd A Lesson From Tile Land shierbOne may learn a valuable even from a land thief One of the C expedients to which tho thief has re stored in order to get possession of land under the homestead law has been the erection of a shad or rude dwelling of four rooms so ICt cated at the plant where the COlntlI of four quartersections came together that one room would be rp on each quarter section In each room he has Iuarteretlllll1an to persecute a settler thus making trsnow of technical compliance with the C f a I I provisions of the homestead law requiring I the erection of a dwelling on each claim and actual residence therein A building arranged fo j four families erected at the point where four crofts come together might prove advantageous not only in the economy of construction but in the saving of ground the econo my of fuel and the promotion of j neighborliness The Royal Month and the Royal Disease Sudden changes of weather ar especially trying and probably toj none more so than to the scroful ous and concumptive The of scrofula during a normal October is commonly great We never think of scrofulaits bunches cutaneous eruptionsand wasting of the subsance without thinking of the great good many suffering from it have desired from Hoods Sarsaparil la whose radical and permanent cures of this one disease are enou to make it the most famous machin- in the world There is probably not SarsaIpariUamore homes than one in arresting and completely eradicating scrofula which is almosts a serious and as much to be feared as its near rela tive consumption A Wonder Found Urren River Itrpulillcnn We are reliably informed by R V Hunt who was in our office yesterday j that J G Austin while digging a cis tern at his place near town the oth l er day uncovered at a depth of 22 feet under six feet of solid rock ai petrified image answering the cription of ta mound builder The strange image grasped in one hand a thin vessel containing 14 petrified beef tails Mr Austin is greatly I excited over the wonderful discovery and is going to correspond with some geologist or archaeologist in Chicago in regard to the find and will doubtless realize a large sum of money for it to place in some mu seum Fleas May close School At Milwaukee Wis the school board the health department and Mayor Beckers administration is confronted by a serious condition Fleas threatened to close a school The pupils in the 2nd district school are scratching instead of studying When they rise to recite the recitations has more the appear ance of a gymnastic exercise than a school class- Secretary Harbach will caulk up windows and doors and burn several hundred pouds of Sulphur in th building If this does not have the desired effect school will be dismissed until the building can be cleaned And the Burglar Fell At Omaha Neb recently while j a burglar was searching her bureau drawers Mrs R II Randall layI quietly in bed watching his workII and planning his capture stant he left the room she sprang quickly from the bed and slammed the door behind him so suddenly that the man panicstricken fell headlong downstairs breaking his leg Mr Burglar took his time feel ing himself secure she said The sudden noise behind took him off his guard because he supposed both of us were still sleeping The mans fall on the stairs made further acItion unnecessary He had wo watches besides some jewelry and other trinkets Insurance Department of Ken tucky Frankfort Aug 13th 1906 Whereas The National Life Insurance Company located at Montpelier Vt is possessed of the actual capital required under the laws of this Commonwealth and has com rued with nil the requirements of said laws which are applicable to Life Insurance Companies incorporated by or doing business in other States of the United States Now therefore I Henry UI Prewitt Insurance Commissoner forI State of K ntucky in pursuant of the authority vested in me by the of this Commonwealth do here y certify that C M Barnett and E Smith of Hartford in the County of Ohio are authorized as Agents of the aforesaid Company to transact the business of Insuranc for one year from Aug 1 1906 ic State as provided by the laws thereof In Testimony Whereof I have hereunto subscribed myname am caused my official Seal to be nfllxeii on the day and year first above writtenIHENRY R PREWITT Insurance Commissioner i I Poultry i Stimulate with pure foods Overcrowding is poor economy- r An ounce of salt is sufficient for fowlsIit is best to water an hour after feeding Both pigeons and geese pair but ducks turkeys and hens do not Its the understanding part of a hens body that has no protection All wet soaks in and chills the hen thuscausing most ailments j noteare an will not catch nice underfed cats areSFor rattling in the throat vinegar j is a remedy Dilute with wa teaspoonfulsevery other morning to every affiictI ed grown fowl When a sick or droopy fowl is no pillttheeare Talking about not hiving luck thingnyour ness read about your business read about it talk about it study it and you never will say more about luckIt experience to succeed with an incubator so do not be discouraged if you lose some eggs while gaining this experience Make your first trials with only a few eggs and you will not lose so much while learning The droppings may not have been removed lately from the hen house and the place is disgusting to enter Pure eggs in plenty are not produc ed in such a place Dont expect a boy to enjoy work from which a man would shrink He will enjoy gathering eggs from clean nests and in pure air Unrealism And they were married and lived happy ever after itlmamy child that was a fairy IYesWhenever you hear ending in that way you may alwaysI be certain that it is merely tale of Pension ListIDecrease report just issued the total number of pensioners in the united States is 985971 or a decreased in the fiscal which year end ed June 30 of 43300 Death was the principal cause of the decrease Last year the number accountebeing 43300 Of these 29208 were those of survivors of the Civil War leaving 666453 survivors of that war still on the roll There are still four pensioners of the Revolutionary War one window and the other three daughters 660 all widows on account of the war with Spaim and 11472on account of the Mexican war i Dumpersi market dump ed in on them On an occasion re cently of over shipment of hogs to Chicago one of the leading stock market papers exclaimed rather than queried What is thcoun try trying to do any way get all the hogs here today Such shipments cannot be other than disastrous They glut the market and ruin the prices For What Are We ICiiutrlliiiliil V9tinI Well what are we voting fcr this fall many of the voters ask I The time is drawing near answer to this question becomes very important But in the light of existing conditions and universal prosperity the question answers it self One thing we are voting determine is whether or not we toI maintain thu industrial and cot ditions which have existed since last Democratic Congress was turnedout of power or whether we will inject doubt and uncertainty into the continuance of these prosper ous conditions by electing a Demo cratieIlauscif I to elect a Republican votinglast session of Congress and those which preceded it since 1S9G I f- V r clOoIWUcuo OGf SURE CURE For All Diseases o- fSTOMACH LIVER G KIDNEYS we vote to elect a Democratic House it means that we are voting to put an effectual stop to that work to register a disapproval of it and to prevent the carrying out the prin ciples and policies of the Republican party which the people two years ago declaredshould continue to be the policy of the Government for four years or during the administra tion of President Roosevelt- If we vote for a Democratic House and it should be elected itdocs not mean that Democratic principles and policies whatever they may be andlolij cannot be enforced during the next two years With a Democratic House the Democrats cannot make howeverI publicanism and universal prosperity So then the proposition resolves itself simply into the question whether the Government shall mark time during the next two years as Speaker Cannon puts itor go forward along the lines already lard out and which have received the unqualified approval of the people u True and tried friends of the fam ilyDewitts Little Early Risers Best for results and best to take Rosey cheeks and sparkling eyes fol low the use of these dependable lit tle pills They do not gripe or sicken Sold by Z Wayne Griffin S Bro Doc Coocers Dream- tJOInll Nentlnnl1 I Doc Cooper has had a dream Doc I was the erstwhile obliging and efli i cient custodian of the courthouse j but now a resident of Montgomery i county He came into town the other day to get wise men to inter pret his dream The new tax law requires the county clerk to furnish the assessor with lists ofall lieus mortgages j etc recored in his office but does not determine what is to be paid therefor Lately County Clerk Boone has received several letters clerkssugI i mondation that he considered 20 cents a little high and would be sat i isfied with 17J cents Judge Evans i ever watchful declared that he thought 12 cents ample The matj tel is not yet settled Now Doc has been thinking about the matter unj til he has dreamed a dream in one night and behold in his dream the j Fiscal Court was in session and Judge I Evans was trying to get them to al low County Clerk Boone only 12 cents Boone contending for Inand the argument waxed warm When the court finally allowed 15 cents the Judge dropped dead The doc tors came in and declared him total ly dead mid everybody was deeply sorrowfulAt a motion was made to buy a floral wreath on behulf of this county out of respect to the memory of a faithful public ullicial who died in the performance of I is duly But how much should they expend on it One of the magistrates suggested 25 when suddenly the corps siraijj up its head and fairly shrieked May Gail fellows Dint do hat the county is nearly bureum already AyersPillsWant beautiful brown or rich black Use r arr it 1 t wDre rN30 LECTRIC Quick Relief and for Heads ache Backache Dlzzlneee- IndIgestlon Matariteetc- ri Illinois Central R R Annual Stockholders Meeting at Chicago October 17 Per sonal Attendanceof Indl vidual Holders Desired Filet TICKET TOruE MHliTIXG i I Public notice is hercLy given the StockIholclersof road Company will be held at the I Companys office in Chicago Illinois on Wednesday October 17 1SOG at 12 oclock noon s i To permit personal attendance at said meeting there will be issued I To Each llolkr of One or MoreSliares of the capital stock of the Illinois Central Railroad Company as registered j on tho books of the Company j at the close of business on Monday September 24 190G who is of full age A Ticket Enabling hind or Her to Travel Tree j over the Companys lines from the station on the Illinois Central Railroad nearest to his or her registered address t- oChicago and Return such ticket to be good for the jour ney to Chicago during the l Four Days Immediately Preceding and the day of the meeting for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meeting and the i Four pats Immediately Following when properly countersigned and stamped during business hours on or before Saturday October 20 19061 that is to say betwee 900 m and 500 p min the office of the Assistant Secretary Mr W G Bruen in Chicago Such tickets may be obtained by and holder of stock registered as above on applica tine in writing to the President of the Company Chicago but each stockholder must individually apply for his or her ticket Each applica tion must state the full name and address of the Stockholder exactly as given in his or her Certificate of Stock together with the number and date of such certificate No moreI than one person will be carried free in respect to any one holding of stock as registered on the hooks of j the CompanyA HACKSTAFK Secy I CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Signature of PROCURED AND DCFCNDCD1drwuutorota fur ei I wrt Mnn MM wtrprL- Iret oleo sow lo ubuiln inUuU tnule walk COWWUUHC IN ALL COUNTRIES Kulttttt turret with Hatiiir6laa ors lint maufy aitJ often tefitfnl hcmheirlYrtteeu 1llath Bimt off VIM u4 Patent oact WASH I fltn7N D C it A wa BUSINESS GGLLEGESBE FAILURES J Insrdlridase Ctownt bcc ua w a 1 There Is not a suttcitrt pssulalan to sdpporta GOOD school- S Such schools are minlly conducted by persona who are NOT Quallfte or who nuke It a practice totravcl aocut and do fraud their patrons 3 are few If o s for I su hlocalitletI I 4 The THOROUGH business colleges arelocatedln tholanrer cities and era con p r dueled by persons who are qualified i 5 Tho graduates of bu non colleges In smallcltles ortowns can not rrenlnlarze titles when secuoemplcyI tition with tho THOROUGH hizh class schools as business m en have no time to experiment with IncompctrnlSITherefore be wise page catalcpie overissued by commercial school before deciding to throwaway your mcney for a worthless training at some cheap schoolIBRTANT It BTBA TOIT t I Care Wake up your liver Cure your constipation Get rid of biliousness Sold TCofor I oJ DY- Err en L uguiin OK L r IUIL to Kituoi B n I rwwsn ar u ocr68D ITTERS 11Medici 1 0 r t C uIIAeNrT C KHUITB BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW IIAUIIOltll I Y WIIIIrrII tludrprulrnlnnlnnllthrrmlrts obit nlll edjbdngrnnutPrsandnnrtuf tpprulr- Spvhdcttrotlpu tltm to all bnslnrssrntrusd- UrlnvU Inllrclliiiiiiiiiiil the 1rnctlrouf Crjm InnlHinl llwil IXalf luw 1I11CCldllll OWrrlo IIITiilMtN Itnlldh- lgFRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law II ti i ton n KV- Wllltritrlii hi roimlli In lllln and nil jnltilnu rnriiiiv out In tlii purl nf Appnls Ciliiiliinl trtiitlivnntl riill tluiiH u sI tIi Ity- 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nllIntIinlMtlrutlon xplrluumrIw 1111 8tlxltltlNox GRADUATE NURSE MISS SUSIE MAYA graduate of Owcnsboro City Hospital has located in IIAlx rl ORD timesResidencenhonc No 187 I flID4I IUMadlIaE wO EJMIDD2rolc flnn results IN an days It nets Aotiduslingmoves Ncrrou nps lost Vitality Sesunt areCUtCJIyservo tOlllc nil blood ulMer bringing roIlorlblCroncufnTdlacaao Irristonhaving Jl VIVO WegleeAddresskOYAL Hartford OUG I RIVcR TELEPHONECOMPANY INCORIuuTrr1 The Rongh River Telephone Co operatedby serI are as for 5 minutes iIj 4tNr ryi 1 rr- + I VWdSAl rllilir01h11ttIk4llta lltlll W- BUSINESS k111AA1 i 4ThatIs What Wo Want Your ClothesKopt In Ordor Is What You W- antTELEPHONE USWo Sand for Your Work and Deliver It We Guarantee our work You pay your bill both wants arc satisfied Suit land Cleaned 75c Coat and Vest Pressed and Cleaned 40c Pants Pressed and Cleaned 35c Suit Pressed 40c Coat and Vest Pressed 25e Pants Pressed 15c Suit Scoured 125 Coat and Vest Scoured 75c Pants Scoured 65c Overcoats Pressed and Cleaned 75c to 125 Overcoats Scoured 125 to 175 Overcoats Pressed KOc and 75c We represent STRAUSS mtOs Master Tailors Call and see our samples The price is low Wnrkmanship or the highest order A perfect fit guaranteed or we tusk no pay Dont forget the place PEARLS PANTIORIUM Rear of Taylors Barber Shop 2nd door above Commercial Hotel 4fitsfd 44 Fia4 Fttf4ieidf t45+ ++++++++ 4e++++ft i BANK OF HARTFORD i 11Ct71 t1 bWA1If111M2 rI Capital Stock 4000000 j Surplus 12 OOOtOO J Stockholders Addll Liability 4000000 i 1 Securety to Depositors 9200000 t iJ W FORD President JOHN T MOOttE Cashier + P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLBROOK Asst Cashier 4 t J W FouuH Ho nnnoK I J OREFIRST NATIONALBANK Of Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Hank Come in- DIRECTORS GAVE LIKENS ALVIN ROWE BuncH FELIX JIM POLK STEVENS WAYNE GRIFFIN HOMESEEKERSRourid TO THE SOUTH at greatly reduced rates on the first and third Tuesdays of each month irom points on the line of the Illinois Central R R r in the North Your home Ticket Agent will give you a full particu lars as to rates conditions and train time but particular attention is herewith called to the fact that on the November 6th excursion one can visit the Mississippi Industrial Expositiont- hat will be held in Jackson the State Capital November 5th to 10th Extensive displays of States Products Agricultural Machinery Live Stock Dairy Products Vehicles Industrial Features hood Speakers on Pertinent Topics Illuminations Music Fire Works and a Pike Take this opportunity to see the industrial and agricultural features of the South portrayed in practical and condensed form It will help you to an understanding of the marvelous resources of the South FULL PARTICULARS concern ing Homeseekers Excursion Rates can be had of agents of the Illinois Central and connecting lines or by addressing either of the undersigned F W MARLOW DPALouisville jJNO A SCOTTAGPAMemphis A H HANSON P T M Chicago S G HATCH G P A Chicago i t e ALL GOOD THINGS must win upon their merits The International Dictionary has won a greater distinction uponI its merits and is in more general use than any Other work of its kind in the English language- A II Rmfre LLn DD of OxfordI Unlrerally England has recently old of It t It Is n marvelous work It It dllUcult to conoclvo of a dictionary more I EorylblnlrllInHnd In such a work but nUoirhat toW of I uawouldererhnvethnughtoflonkingforA brought It fully up to date I havo been looking through time I ohltonlahmont nt taaeomplotoneeeand putIntoTHE CRAND PRIZE j IIlernaUonalatIUOUO ana CIIIOnllllllll1r I fnivtho whole Also Illustrated pamphlet GOMERRIAMCOI PODLISHIRi SPRINGFIELD MASS INasal I CATARRH In all Ui itcl there should be eleuUaeti I Elys Cream Bahr I eieaneeeeootheeendbedlthe It care catarrh and drlrci away a cold In the bead oulcklr I Cream Balm Is placed late till oottrUt tpraadi I absorbed Belief Is lm j ImedlateaadscurelodowL It Is cot drylor does slu10centsatDrug I I UorbkaaUi Trial 8U 10 ceati bymall XL BHOTHEns M Warren Street New York MWfEV AFRICAN PIGMY Brought to United States Placed In Cage But Later Freed Animal or human New York Oct GFreed from his cage in the monkey house of the Otatmore than beast now rovesabout the park grounds Ota Benga was taken frpm a cage after a delegation of negro clergymen had declared that his imprison ment andexhibition in a zoological museum was an outrage The pig my was brought to this country re cently by Samuel P Verner an African explorer who found him twoyears ago in the hands of a hostile cannibalistic tribe of the Baschild child The pigmy was to be served as the piece de resistance at a feast Verner bought him from the cannibals with a bit of calico and a strin of beads and the little fellew be came his willing servant Ota Benga was the son of a pigmy chief and though now only twenty three years old has been married twice His first wife was eaten up by cannibals and the second one died from the sting of an African viper which Ota later captured and for vengeance brought with him to the New York Zoological Park where he will pass the remainder of his life in captivity After Ota had been rescued Ver ner intended to return him to his own people but circumstances prevented this and having the little chap on his hands the explorer had to bring him along when he was called to this country The Zoolog ical Society agreed to relieve the ex plorer and a big cage was built fo Ota who is four feet eleven inches high and does not look unlike the I average Southern negro There was such a storm of indignation among the negroes over the little Africans imprisonment that h was finally emancipated- Ota has learned to speak about 100 worls of English He is good friends with the ringtailed monkeys e and Dohong the orange outang in the park is his pal When they are together they grunt a strange lingo and seem to understand each other Ota has a great fondness for silver I money and it is only when he generously tipped that he will payI any attention to white men He early learned that he could exchange tiis money for a fuzzy white drink called ice cream soda which he drinks in large quantities He has not yet reached the stage i jof civilization which calls for tobac co liquor or candy He also abhors clothes and though he was formerly used to raw meat he now prefers wellcooked beef The little African longs for a third wife An American girl has no charms for him S A Lucky Postmistress- Is Mrs Alexander of Cary Me who has found Dr Kings New Life Pills to be the best remedy she ever tried for keeping the Stomach Liver and Bowles in perfectorder Youll agree with her if you try these painless purifiers that infuse new life Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggists Price 25c e NOTICE Orders Ohio County Court regular term 1st day September 3 1906 Present Hon W B Taylor County Judge Presiding- It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the Fiscal Court of Ohio county by majority of the members composing the same has heretofore decided that Elections to regulate the running of stockat large in Ohio county Kentuckyshall- be confined to the voting precincts in said county and it further appearing that R T Taylor and 31 other legal voters of Cool Springs voting precinctand E T Williams and 24 other legal voters of West Hart ford voting precinct and Sam Dunn and 22 other legal voters of Cromwell voting precinct and T E Butler and 30 other legal voters of Shreve voting precinct have filed their several petitions herein pray ing an election to be held in their respective voting precincts at the regular election November 6 1906 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters in each of the said precincts upon the question Whether or not cattlegenerallyI shall be m said precincts or any of them and it appearing that said partioners r emu have deposited with this court the sum of 500 to defray the expenses of the election in each of the said orderelllandsubmitted to the voters of said pre cincts at the regular election No vember 6 1906 andj the officers of the regular election are directed to open a pollat each and all of the voting places in said precincts in Ohio county Kentucky for the pur pose of ascertaining the will of the legal voters in each of the said pre cincts upon the question Whether or not they shall permit cattle gen erally to run large in their respect ive voting precincts Notice of the submission of this question shall be beforeI sues of the HARTFORD REPUALICAN a newspaper of general circulation published in said county The Coun ty Clerk is ordered to have printed on the ballots of each of said pre againstgCromwell voting precinct Cool Springs precinct West Hartford voting precinct excepting hogs sheep goats and geese and Shreve voting precinct Ohio county Ken tucky naming the precinct on each poll book The judgment as affects Shreve voting precinct by oversight or er ror was not regularly renderedat the regular September Term as was the intention of the court and the same is now entered Nunc Pro TuneCopy attest W S TINSLEY Clerk Ohio County Court fDevils Island Torture is no worse than the terrible case of yearsrlens Arnica Salve and less than a box permanently cured me writes L S Napier of Rugles Ky Heals all wounds Burns and Sores like magic 25c at Z Wayne Griffin eBro druggist e Farming In Cuba Little attention has been given to Cuban affairs outside of govern ment and commercial interests Few are aware that great changes have aRriI than sugar and tobacco are receiving the attention of the people liy ling outside of the cities It is not known that the government of the island has turned its attention to developing the resources of the soil and is having experts prospect the different provinces test the land and report upon its value as a producer Samples of soil have been seat to time United States for analysis as to adaptibility for raising fruitvegeta bles sea island cotton and other things Experiments are being carried on by graduates from the Agri culturial Department at Washington The writer of a communication in the Atlanta Constitution says there is more good soil in Cuba than in the valley of the Nile and that not one sixth of the productive area is used A portion ofthe island is mountainous but the soil is good to the tops of the hills The close proxmity of Cuba to the United States will in time make it our great winter fruit and vegetable garden Whatever concerns it con cerns us and its development agri culturally will be advantageous to us California Pacific Northwest and Mexico CHEAP COLONIST RATES- in effect daily until Oct 31 1906 VIA Missouri Pacic lway OR Iron Mot Rant From St Louis or Memphis Through Tourist Sleepers Greatly reduced round trip Home seekers rates to the WEST AND SOUTHWEST First and Third Tuesdays in each month Liberal limits and stopover privileges For rates see nearest Ticket agent or address R TG MATTHEWS TP A BldgIKy ISTRONG trial II Again Is what Mrs Lucy StovalIofTiltona o said after taking DypeptaL C ofothirwuk women an being restored to perfect- bwlthbythis rem by YOU may be wilUf you will take- indlgestloncausa k surly all the sickness WIlmYuu hart It deprives the system of nourish mint and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and besom diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestif organ 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 risingsbelchmgheartburn andall stomach disordersDigests What You Eat dtuae MM tlM tnttnt 41 U tek- etSOJXWIUeraNr I aCW L5A Sold by Z WAYNE UHIfFIN REAL ESTATE If you have a farm town lot dwelling or any other Real Estate for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All you have to do is to list with us Note These Bargains Splendid two story dwelling with seven rooms new two wide halls on Union Street Hartford situated on lot 3 acre All out buildings and good water Price reasonable One Farm four miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con sisting of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a at a bargain 40J acres near White Run adjacent to the I C R R half Caney Creek bottoms all cleared good orchard two good wells price reasonable a bargain for some one further infor mation furnished on application 100 acrca 1 mile from the Court House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur nished on application- A twenty acre tract two miles North from Hartford on the Owens boro and Hartford road within J mile of School house excellent neighborhood good barn and out buildings moderate dwelling and a fine well of water A bargain at 500 I 120 acres Rough River bottoms three miles West from Hartford bounded by Rough river on South and public road on north 40 acres in ex cellent state of cultivation remainder well timbered with oak gum ash maple and hickory Good dwelling I 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 I firstclass oak gum ash maple and hickory Will sell timber and not the land or will sell land and timber or will sell all reserveI 200 acres of fine farming Dan Station on Owensboro branch 1 C R R 70 acres up land bal bottom will make 70 to 80 bushels of corn acre About 60 acres in i jGoodTerms onehalf cash balance on easy payments New two story frame Hartford Six rooms two nice hallsI Lot 100 foet front 210 feet deep I Good well Situated corner Fredrica I and Griffin streets Two thirds cashIbalance in 12 months A List your property with us We will find a buyer I BRRPTT S SMITH I Republican Office Hartford Kyl umbeland TELEPHONEAND r Telegraph Co I Incorporated 1 heres nothing the matter with Cumberlandplace 01 business My business huIncreased and my wifes voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition T J ORGAN Mgr Ohio county ClrcnltCoort TP Illrkhtnd Judge Dee D GDarrllmlMlontrj L Mowlejr ITnitee JnryFnndi B DepetyshenuSA Coortconyenee5ratMondayln week nnd third Monday In May and November two weeks WTIelyClerkEMWoodward II lord rCourt eon Ten lint Monday la tack month MondayIn JaaaalJOther omcerii Moxley Sur eyor Bbreye noyJameeDewCoronerJInto 3usjtlc Court 23September J 25September September26 JSeptembern 288eptember 1 foarJaoJeptember3IartftjrdS cllca Court Attorne iiverse second Monday In each aionfb neUelou Oe rvice B Sundayeachmeetingeyerywedneedayeveuing nighbeforePrayermeetingGardner pastor- C P CharchSenrlce Out Sunday la each montbatllamaod7pm Her J D Bar nedpaitor School Trustees Hartford CMCrowe J 8 DIeadletoaCKy ConnrllV 11 William Mayor CM Dlendltono V DrJ V TeylorGcrt Socl tl FridaynightAMasonOnMonday MaccsbeesBongh Hirer LodgeNoHO Knight of Pjthla meet rry Tuesday nightlregnlermeetlogeSotardeybefou0ntsandnyln Southern Raiway 1 Shortest and Fastest Line- sFR01lo1 LonisvilIeDanville and Lexington o 81 LouisanIlieWest runningthroughLouis without change with connec ting cars from Lexington as follows Lve Lexington 545 a m Lve Danville 530 a m Lye Louisville 900 a m Arr St Louis 612 p m Vestibuled coaches and Observa tion Cafe Car pmLveDatjvilleLve Louisville 1015 p m Arr St Louis 732 a m Pullman Sleeper and Free Reclin ing Chair Car ChattanoogaAtlanta eastern points including Asheville N C and the beautiful Land of the Sky and Toxaway country Send 2 cent stamp for Land of the Sky Booklet and other illustrated literatureW MORGAN D T- Lexington Ky HCKINGGPTA111 East MainLexingtonKy J F LOGAN T P A 111 Fast Main St Lexington Ky A R COOK C P T A KyCH234 KyJSt Louis Mo I Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN S lf k j ORATEN11 J iM SLAUGHTERING SALE 1 The First Great Sale of the Season will Begin Here Sat Oct 13 at 830 Oclock i In the morning our doors for the tJJlsale will bo thrown open to the public and it will bo remembered as tho greatest full salo of now seasons goods over brought before t the people of Ohio county New Fall Snits New Overcoats New Hats Now Shoes New Dry Goods New Dress Goods Now Cloaks Now Skirts and everything is now ami fresh from the pick of sin 11 18000 Stock of Brand New Fall Merchandise Hie purpose of this sale is to open up thell season and keep it wide awakeand to make ourselves and stock acquainted with every ono in Ohio county Our pricecutting kniJ4 will cut nnd slaughter the pet of all our gntxfeibr 10 days It will enable you to supply yourself with now and uptodate Merchandise for tho winter It means great monoysav ing to yon Curl big advertising tiT us Weiri sel goods regardless of worth or co t during the ten days of this sale nnu J SuitsI- n nil styttrionr quantities and sizes will sell at prices I that will vice Jon 50 per cent on the dollar They are the very attn full productions and we warrant theta to give satisfatw just the stone as if you bought them before or nfter this salts We guarantee a fit These Clothes are route by reliable told high class tailors Dont think for one momunt that we are ottering carriedover and shelfworn goods in this sale for we are not Everything ottered i ibis sale is new fall stock If you dont believe it jest eoinf in and see for yourself No charge for admission If our goods and prices are not to your taste you dont have to buy Wo can be friends just the Suu1lYe dont ask you to come and buy but we want you to como and look at the bargains we are ottering and we are confident that you will be a purchaser nUuEverything New in This SALES October 13 WinterStock Men and Boys Hats eta all colors and all kinds fnst from the factory wwMi with tho latest styles Soft huts and Still Kaic toysizo tad color Yo11 want Crown your head wre1tn stylish Hat at liltlo ei st during this satin- NeW Fall Goods just From the Market Factory Cotton Calico Flannels Woolen Goods Shirting Notions rn sets Underwear hosieryGing prices which will save you money and supply you for the winter I Overcoats Yo hove a largo stock of Over coats Long 52inch Bolted Back Medium lengthtold short Top- Coats Wo have them in all styles qualities colors and can fit any size mUll or boy Buy an Overcoat in this sale and save money Ladies Ladies Mere is the chance you have been looking fo- rFashionable Skirts Fashionable CloaksI We have larorline of Skirts and Cloaks this fall awl intend to ella big quantity The Skirts are of extra good make in solid colorstho latest stylegray Plaid and fancy mixtures We have all sizes Our stock of Cloaks is large and I will suit everybodys taste You can find tho Cloak you are looking for at much less bin this sale than any other time Childrens Cloaks also reduced costIIBoys Fall Clothing at Sacrificing PricesT- his should interest all mothers and fathers who have children to clotho fur the fall Wo have a large selection of Boys Suits and Overcoats vbich ve will offer in this sale at prices that has never before been offered at tho beginning of a season Bring all your friends and neighbors and come early This Sale is for CASH only Nothing charged Men Women and ChilA SWEll SHOE drens Shoesmteither8 nd1hair Fur Fall and winter tho best mado shoes that can bo found in Ohio county will beTJj offered in this sale Heavy Work Shoes I Good School Shoes and fine Dress Shoes and in fact any I kind of Shoes you want will be offered in this sale at tempting prices Como and try on a pair member DateSaturdayOct 13Ten Days SIGNtKjSAMdS di S