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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 i Lp JartfDtb Uqubikan Fine Job Work a Specialty HMT IS NEW YOU WILLIFINnITINTIIERREPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 26 1906 No 15 GOVERNMENT ANXIETY About Fate of Troops and Valuable War Vessels Prrsldent Roosevelt Will Be Off to Panama Immediately After Election ISixclnl Till UrrC LIU Washington D C Oct 21 During the last few days the Government has been exceedingly unx ious as to the fate of the many American troops and valuable war ships now on duty in and around Cuba For fortyeight hours after the hurricane struck the Island this country was as entirely cut off from Cuba as though the Jsland had been wiped off the map Considerable damage was done in the South and every wire south of Jacksonville was down The Navy Department put on tas good a face as it could in the nat p ter and said there was no apprehended At the samedangerI with ail the cables gone and the land wires wrecked frantic efforts were made to get into com munication with Havana by wireless Charleston was the furthetest point southon the coast where there was n wireless station that could be reached by land lines For two days and nights she tried unavail ingly to get either St Augustine or Pensacola but naturally in such a severe storm the wireless masts were one of the first things to go down After long effort Charleston got Pensacola and after a still longer wait a message was relayed to Key West whence it was flashed to Ha vana just about the time that cable communication was reestablished and the grounding of the Brooklyn was known Very meagre news has been received by the Department so far as to the damage done to Amer 4 ican property in Cuba but it is known that there arc over 100 dead that more than 100 houses have been idestroyed and considerable damage done the American warships How serious the damage to the Brooklyn will prove is not yet known but it will be a curious fa tality if after bearing the brunt of the seafight off Santiago she lays her iron bones under the Moro as the result of an ordinary hurricane R R Arrangements have been made for the Presidents trip to Panama and it Is announced that he will start on November 8th Secretary Roots report of favorable conditions there makes the President more than ever anxious to take a look at the Isthmus He will be accompanied by thanes cruisers the Washington and the Tennessee while the Presi dent himself will journey on the great battleship Louisiana Secre yr tary Taft will not accompany him on this trip but he will stay in Washington ready to deal with the Cuban situation as the Presidents deputy should occasion arise The reports that have been given out of Secretary Tafts refusal to go on the Supreme bench may be taken about as seriously as other newspa per predictions two years in advance of an event The event of course is the Presidential election and the in ference is that if the Secretary refuses the Supreme Court it will be because he considers himself in line for the next Presidential nomina tion It is entirely too far ahetfd to judge as to this combination of cir 1 cumstances There are a great things to be taken Into consideration There are other Presi dential possibilities including even President Roosevelt himself It is known quite well that President Roosevelt has the highest regard for Mr Tafts ability as a lawyer and it is quite possible that he can have the Supreme Court appointment any time that he wants it in the next two years if his inclination should point that way FrleOllsDisappointed Benton Ky Oct 23 Governor Beckham spoke here today to several hundred people He spoke along A J k his usual line of defense against admlnlsI new many of his friends are sorely disappoined that he made no reference to the charge that he received a check I for 3500 from the brewing interest t during his last campaign for Governor Some of his friends had confidently asserted that he would refute this charge in his speech here Gov Beckham made an at tack on the CourierJournal saying it never loses an opportunity of mis representing him ANSEL PATTON Arrested in ArizonaWanted Here on Seduction Charge Sheriff at Globe Wires Informa tion to Ohio County Attorney Some time ago a warrant was is layIlor Sam P Rowan charging Ansel Pat ton with the seduction of Lizzie Rowan under promise of marriage Miss Rowan is the daughter of Mr J B Rowan a prominent citizen of the Heflin neighborhood and is under age WI d lesday the following dispatch was received by County Attorney E M Woodward Globe Arizona 1021 190G District Attorney Ohio Ci Ansel Patton in jail Wire war rant and au aunt of bail W G STANLEY Sheriff The offense is not a bailable one and the authorities at Globe have been requested to hold Patton pend ing the arrival of an officer with proper requisition papers It is understood that exSheriff C P Keown will be appointed State Agent and that he will leave for Globe to bring Pattton back as soon the necessary papers can be secured from Frankfort Attorney W H Barnes has been retained to aid in theprosecution If found guilty the punishment is from one to five years in the penitentiary If a marriage should bo resorted to in order to stop the prosecution under a late act he must live with her two years in order to avoid a a revival of the prosection Surprise Birthday Dinner enjoyabLAocial function was the surprise 1jfrthda dinner given Mr and Mrs Uriah Coppage at their home near Sulphur Springs last Sat urday by their many friends Those present were Mr and Mrs Nattie White Mr and Mrs Worth Lloyd Mr and Mrs John Lloyd Mr and Mrs Vester Neighbors Mr and Mrs Robert Quisenberry Mr and Mrs Charlie White Mrs E W Nevitt of Owensboro Mrs Debbie Wedding Mr Arthur Petty Miss Elender Petty and Daniel Midkiff of Hartford Miss Eva Duke Mr Mur ry Coppage Mr John Bobbit of Magan and Mr Tom Barrett of Dawson Springs They all enjoyed a pleasant day and Mr and Mrs Cop page received many presents q Thug Knocked Down Paducah kyOct 23Stopped by holdup men and ordered to deliver Walter Sights clerk in a local bank let drive at one of the men with a piece of brick knocked him down and made his escape to his apartments Young Sights worked late in the bank and the men who attempted to hold him up were standing across the street when he emerged Ho suspecfed something wrong and armed himself with the brick which he laterused so effectively K of P Luncheon On account of the entertainment given llt the Court Hall Tuesday night by Miss Nannie Barbee the K4 ef P luncheon was deferred un1 tll next Tuesday evening Every member Is expected to be present as j there will tie plenty of work to do before the feast is spread i PARKER Hits Hearst lard In New York Late Democratic Candidate For President Pays Compliment to Republican Candidate At a meeting held in New York City Tuesday night by the judiciary nomination committee Judge Alton B Parker paid his respects to Hearst and Murphy in the following vigorous languageMr r after saying that he had left the bench never to return paid a tribute to his former associ ales and the present members of the State courts and appealed to his au dience to vote for Judges who were known to be free of political bins and political bosses A machine he said is not the proper place from which to select Judges and the reason of it is very plain A political machine other wise an organization which receives its sole control and direction from one man and the will of one manIs aitnachinc organized on this princi pie That the men within it give to the machine in order that they may receive and the boss in turn gives to them in order that he and the mem bers of tho machine may receive in returnNow there is no difference be tween a Republican machine and a Democratic machine but in this par ticular canvass our work is directed against a combination of a Demo cratic machine and Independence League machine MAKES A COMPARISON Our Republican friends wbile not able to indorse our ticket altogether have nevertheless indorsed twelve out of the thirteen candi dates and I suppose we ought to be satisfied with that But if the gal lant leader of the Republican ma chine himself a man of learning of character of great ability and as I believe lofty patriotic purpose was unequal to the opportunity to arise to that full height which the occa sion offered him what I should like to know could you expect of a ma chine that was dominated ba Mur phy or a Hearst or both in combina tionTheevidence is unmistakable continued Judge Parker that the leader of Tammany Hall realized that the only opportunity he would have for patronage this year would be in this judicial ticket Did you dream or did Idid anyone suppose for a moment that there could be any inducement which would lead him to place his hand in the hands of the man who had denounced him as a corruptionist and as a criminal and had pictured him with stripes upon him and a ball and chain at his feet OUGHT TO BE A CRIME And yet he did it He did more Aspiring to be the leader of his par ty in the State he nevertheless went to a convention and there by his will and by his force by his ability to command this and that man to break his promise he turned a minority into a majority He made a convention which had a valid title a fraud ulent one Those things which were done which in business constitute a crime ought to constitute a crime in politics Was there any reward to come to him except the Judges None at all v May God in His infinite mercy and goodness incline the hearts of these His people to fight for our independent ticket as they several ly would fight for their birthrights for then the dreadful calamity with I which we are threatened will pass by I on the other side or Beckham to Speak Here Governor J C W Beckham can dilate for nomination for United 121Ibe a good many people out to hear him It will no doubt be of considerable interest to a majority of those who hear him If he will explain why he approved the act of the last Legisla hire placing Ohio county in a Legislative district composed of three counties and having a population of over 53000 when the constitution of Kentucky provides that not more than two counties shall be joined for such purpose and 22000 being the maximum population fpr such dis trictHe might enhance his chances for nomination should he explain to the satisfaction of his hearers why he approved bills providing for the creation of new offices and raise in salary of old ones which will increase the burden of taxpayers 50000 annually and vetoed a bill providing for the paymentfor one dayto cover expenses of travel to the court house of persons regularly summon ed as jurors and not used The Governor might clear up his befogged temperance horizon by ex plaining why he waited until he be came on active candidate for the nomination he is now seeking before he attempted to close up the saloons and theaters in Louisville on Sunday I when he has been Governor six years and had as much authority to act during that entire time as he now has He might add one jotor tittle to his illustrious temperance crusade by giving good reasons why he re tained in office as one of his ap pointees Wingate Thompson special police for the new State Capitol aft er he had been accused and indicted for running a blind tiger on the new Capitol grounds while acting as such police Mr Beckham may say that Repub licans have no interest in this polit ical scrap which is probably true in some particulars But Republicans and all good citizens are interested to the extent of desiring good gov ernment and sincerity in the admin istration thereof HENRY CLAYTER Gets 20 Years In the P nnel- 1tlaryExcltement in Court RoomI- ltrctrurldhr Urnwrrntl Henry Clayter the Irvington ne- gro who eloped to Chicago with a 15 year old white girl was given 20 years in the penitentiary yesterday in Breckenridge circuit court He was tried upon the charge of carnal ly knowing a female under the age of sixteen years On being formally arranged the defndant entered a plea of guilty During the progress of the hearing of the Commonwealths evidence and during and after Mr Laymans speech there was much feeling de monstrated by those in the crowded court room When the girl testified that the intimacy was forced by the defendant there were many firm glaces turned in the direction of where Clayter was seated The court experienced some trouble in securing a jury most of the parties available having formed or express ed an opinion concerning the case The jail has been guarded since Clay ter arrived herebut there has been no demonstration that wouldsuggest mob violence That the people were willing to let the law take its course is no more than should be and was expected of them but mob violence was predicted and our citizenship has made another demonstration of its character Clayter was taken to Eddyville Thursday night At the Hotel The following is the roster at the Commercial Hotel for the week E R SmithNashville A B Gun ther Owensboro W S Trunnell Livermore JF HopeMorgantown D Poodles county S H Dent Leitch field J J Bracken Prentis N E Anderson Evansville John I B Moseley Owensboro J W Ament Livermore B Sheppard Louisville Miss Nannie BarbeeDan ville J Frank Baker Beaver Dam Georgel GeorgeI elBrownr TROUBLE MAY FOLLOW Says President Dunn If To bacco Is Taxed Says Farmers Will Not Stand For City Tax On Pooled Crops Whitesville Ky Oct 22As so much is said just now about the city tax on the pdoled tobacco it might be well for me to give a few words of warning I do so to keep down trouble I do not want any war be tween the A S of E and Owens boro and it will surely come if they persist The people declare it un just and public sentiment is so bit ter that trouble will follow and if the four counties take it up as they undoubtably will anybody can see wnat it will lead to The order can command fourfifths of the four counties If these should decide to quit Owensboro it may hurt Owens boro more than the tax will do it becauseIto happen I am in better position to know than anyone else and I know that the best men in the four counties will take this up Now we have many warm friends in Owens boro and they condemn the tax I do hope this can be settled without any hard feelings On the first of November the committee on the pledging papers meet in Owensboro I will call all the new chairmen of the finance com mittee and the old finance commit tee to meet me atOwensboro on that day at the Columbus house at 9 a m Let both the new and old finance committees meet on that day If any districts have not elected their committees by that day they will be appointed You have until that dateto elect Please see to it at once I want to elect our grader and must do it at about the first of NovemberI of tobacco buyers Let each local appoint one man in each school district to see that no man sells who has pledged and any man who sells report him to the chairman of your district Let him give the man who buys and in the presence of witnesses notice not to deliver the tobacco and if already delivered notify the man who has the tobaccothat we will enter suit against him These contracts are legal and we will enforce them by law We can protect ourselves Any man selling under a false name will be dealt with under the head of mis representation We will catch it all and we propose to do so Some are asking the address of our county secretary Send all money to W P Wathen Philpot Ky It will reach him He is on the rural free delivery but I do not know his number He will soon give hjs number Let all dues be sent in promptlyDont the call for the first of November Let all the new and old finance committee of the county be at the Columbus house at 9 oclock J W DUNN County President A S of E Finance Committee to Meet I The finance committee of the A I S of E composed of the five coun ties of the Green River district will I meet in Owensboro next Saturday at 1 oclock The purpose of the meet ing is to make arrangements for handling the ijj06 crop j The finance committee was given full central of all arrangements for the handling of the 1906 crop and its meeting on Saturday will be for this purpose It is not expected that the arrangements will differ materially j from those of taut rIMrs Annie Coffman Dead These words came to us like a thunderbolt from a clear sky Annie the childfriend of our youth How dare the ruthless hand of death claim this subject for his victim I see her as but yesterday prattling little child of four frail in body bright beyond her years a favorite child the sunshine of a home Oft is the time when our days work was done have those little hands done us a kindness those childish lips unconsciously spoken words of cheer and comfort I behold her later in life a kind considerate and affectionate girl grown into woman aIwatchful mother Later still I see her the companion and helpmate of my friend the life the light the hope and inspiration of another home Amid these scenes the exit came The void the aching hearts an unfinished life Why this cruel fate The Infinite alone may answerHusband father mother friends be not displeased with the Masters work Annie lived in this world to make it brighter and better she died to leave us an example to emu late May we all meet her in that home beyond the realm of death L H C TO GIVE THANKS V President Roosevelt Issues Proc lamation Fixing Novem ber 29 Washington Oct 24The presi dent has issued a proclamation nam ing Thursday November 29 as a day of thanksgiving- The text of the proclamation is as followsA proclamation The time of year has come when in accordance with the wise custom of our forefathers it becomes my duty to set aside a special day of thanksgiving and prayer to the Almighty because of the blessings we have received and of prayer that these blessings may be continued Yet another year of widespread wellbeing has passed Never before in our history or in the history of any other nation has a people enjoyed more abound ing material prosperity than has ours a prosperity so great that it should arouse in us no spirit of reckless pride and least of all a spirit of heedless disregard of our responsibilities but rather a sober sense of our many blessings and a resolute j purpose under Providence not to forfeit them by any action of our ownIMaterial wellbeing indispensable though it is can ever be nothing ti but the foundation of true national s greatness and happiness If we build nothing on this foundation then our national life will be as meaningless and empty as a house A where only the foundation has been laid On our material wellbeing must be built a superstructure of in dividual and national life lived in accordance with the laws of the highest morality or else our pros perity itself will in the long run turn out a curse instead of a bless ing We should be both reverently thankful for what we have received and earnestly bent on turning it in to a means of grace and not of destruction Accordingly I hereby set apart Thursday the 29th day of Novem ber next as a day of thanksgiving and supplication on which the pea ple shall meet in their homes or churches devoutly acknowledge all that has been giventhem and to pray that they may in addition receive the power to use these gifts aright In witness whoreof I have hereunto set my hand and caused thQ seal of the United States to be af fixed Done at the city of Washington this 22d day of October in the year of our Lord one thousend nine hun dred and six nndof the Independence i of the United States the one hundred and thirtyfirstttTHEODORE ROOSEVELT By the president ELIHU ROOT Secretary State egAnnouncement- The newBaptist church at Baize town Ky will be dedicated the 4th Sunday in October 190S Rev A B Gardner of Hartford will Breach the dedicatory sermon at 11 oclock a m There will be dinner on the ground and the public in general is Invited to attend ti t Y t2JF Gompers on Labor Under Democratic wscxcl Republican Administionst t 3893 eSince Autgust of this year we jcs7ttbeenra rf greatest industrial njt rrcasion diis country has ever ex iptcienced Fit is no exaggeration to f tsiyChat morediatr 3000000 of our feUwwtoilerc throughout the coun tIM arc without employment and ibxt since the time named This ilasmntable industrial condition is at I tributed by many to various causes anfiisc seems to me that the accurate I stClcntto them here is both rc qul lt and appropriate so that wet and U P better enabled to so frame I tin 1islation that it may tend to a prm r solution of the problem des- prtMGttX upon the wage wrrkers for ft rrtwr Never in the history of tlic wl d has so large a number of pejJkainly sought for an oppor tu Jcae earn a livelihood and con tribuff o the support of their felt does Hn a society where such ab jntiTirJ fnditions prevail there must oaf wecowty he something wrong at barr foundation I Employers Liability Law Thtro oyers Liability Law en acted bytheoJth Congress is rfCo- gaiotd hv railroad men as one of the boat antmost advantageous pieces of legislation hathas ever been enacted ed fur the working man who has tot afieur dz ngjr This law makes eve common carrier responsible and lia tole to any of its employees or thei iruprpsentatues in case of death for i iaJ damages which may result fro tau negligence of its Officers agents t tar cciployets or by reason of any detect due to neligence in its cars r si ee appliance machinery track repIs irciBadwl this as very stringent and sought to prevent itsI 1reaaatment but President Roosevelt renouamended it and the Republica- I imtaoity in congress enacted it This legislation more perhap- stbazany other of the last session sbnvrs the care taken by the Repub Jictir majority of the rights of the yrtof army of railroad men who risk tJvjr lives in the performance of l fWrr duty Speaker Cannon and i lAeh use leaders took a particular iBtotrsUn this bill and the eaAyjvn the session matte it evident tfcatfhp bill would be brought be fturrzJne house for action Repre sentetie Stearling of Illinois took chav e of the bill and presented the repo i from the Judiciary Commit tee ye went to the speaker for ad via OF Jo how to pass it The speaker Qulil it an order under the sus oorof the rules on April Jnd and- OL thr+ t day made it the final order vfiiwtwntEs The Speaker is held re ijxwslhle us a rule for all bills rntJGrbt lip for actionit being taken far JC elpd he will not give recogni vti0ntr iny measure unless the sam rats ben carefully examined Whe Jwave recognition for the Liability ttillit massed without division Both XJae jir sdent and the Speaker giving AlKiir stamp of approval to this jfcritiijant legislation it will be diffi alt for any Democratic demagogue e p4ythat the Republicans did no icrept 1ullTesponsibility for it Human Blood Marks Avtate of horror was told by marks tf human blood in the home of J W Williams a well known merchant of Wsii Ky He writes Twenty recta ago I had severe hemorrhages- if th lungs and was near death Atosn I began taking Dr Kings Vew Discovery It completely cur ifl me and I have remained well wBr inee It cures Hemorrhages Chronic Coughs Settled Colds and Jwn hitis and is the only known i re for Wca Lungs Every hot J guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin jri Iro druggists GOc and 100 rial bottle free 0 Putlfc Accounting r ron Srlltlllfl 1 tine of tilt rfeftct in our State jws is the failure to provide for the ramination ut account of public I Tjcinls The Ohio State Journal r wring to a recent law passed in Vat State saysIThe State public accounting created by the Cat Legislature as nn adjunct to the StaU Auditors oflice is accomplish Mprzuch toward placing city county towaship and school district affairs vantihusiness basis Ile work already done proves P Zzl question the wisdom of they R y Y 1898 That terrible period for the wageearners of this country which began in 1893 and which has left be hind it such a record of horror hunger and misery practically ended with the dawn of the year 1897 Wages had been steadily forced down from 1893 till toward the end of 1895 and it was variously esti mated that between two million and two and a half million wageearners were unemployed It is agreed b all that the wageearners are th principal consumers of American products and it necessarily follows that a reduction in wages involves a diminution in the power of consump tion and consequently a proportionate decrease in production and nat rally also in the force of labor required for the production A reduction of wages therefore results- in an increase in the army of th unemployed and any circumstance combination of circumstances that will check reductions in wages and hence the diminution of consumption by the masses is humane act based- on the soundest laws of economics and progress properly creosoted and laid on a concrete foundation make a pave men which possesses high excellence in a greater number of essential qualities than any other now in use Among these qualities are great smoothness low traction resistance itrys e somer times proved objectionable but is sheetmasphalt all temperature conditions considered and wood is much less variable in this particular than is th asphalt It is probable that no oth er pavement with equally slight traction resistance will be found less altso easy to clean and to maintain and when well laid gives promise of othner except one constructed of the granitesThe cost of creosoted wood pave ment is at present comparatively high averaging about 3 per square yard including concrete foundation In several cities however the cost of the pavement has been reduced matrially below this figure and securedrIs tho Moon Inhabited Science has proven that the moon has an atmosphere which makes life in Home form possible on that satellite but not for human beings who have a hard enough time on this earthof ours especially those who dont know that Electric Bitters cure Headache Biliousness Malaria Chills and Fever Jaundice Dyspcp sia Dizziness Torpid Liver Kidney complaints General Debility and Female weakness Unequalled as a general Tonic and Appetizer for theFullney guaranteed by Z Wayne Giiffin IUro druggist Price only 50c j iWageSt the Dollar Left Over liriniMlcuii unii lgn Tritllook populai j wageearnerstcompensa tion of 1 per day the money thus earned would add to the daily circulation of our country 35000000 If by reason of protective legisla tion they should receive 52 per then we would have dayI circulation instead of and a like ratio of increase in wages will increase the amount of money placed daily in circulation for money is the basis upon which all wealth is accumulated The margin of each days business is the possibility of gain The greater the volume the greater the possibility of a margin Truly Wendell Phillips uttered something worthy of more than passing notice when he said It is the dollar left on Saturday evening after all the bills are paid that means education independence selfrespect manhood It increases the value of every acre nearby fills the town with dwellings opens pub lic librariesand crowds them dots the continent with cities and cobwebs it with railways The one remaining dollar insures progress and guarantees millions to its owner A cold is much more easily cured when the bowels are open Ken nedyti Laxative honey and Tar opens the bowels anti drives the cold out IIby WOOD PAVING Investigations Being Made to De termine Best Materials and Metbods ofStreet Building streetjisfactorily adopted in the cities o the United States Previous failures can be traced almost entirely to im proper construction or methods o j preparation In most cases round blocks of cedar or other woods were dgainaet tion for the pavement The conse quence was that as a paving mate rial wood fell into disfavor Recent use of rectangular wooden i blocks for street pavements has giv en excellent results Many engi neers believe that these blocks when departmente5 been examined thus far almost no public office has been found free o the grossest carelessness in the man- agementj of the peoples money Similar conditions obtain in the disItual dishonesty have been brought Ito light a general looseness of meth ods which amounts to the same I thing so far as the taxpayers inter ests are concerned has been unearthed iThe bureau aims to prescribe such a of book keeping as to make these dangerous irregularities impos sible in the future The three schemes one for the cities another for the counties and the third for the townships and school districts insu r e s accurracy and uniformity ein public accounting After they have been completely installed in the three classes of political subdivisions and the system of annualreports j and strict State supervisions is in full opeartion the misappropriation of the public funds will bo a very difficult thing to accomplish in Ohio Receipt for Reserving HusbanJs Husbands like peaches will not keep the year around unless they are well preserved First select one carefully Be sure he is not too green neither should he be overripe He might look very tempting and mellow in the market but if he too old he will not stand the test o the preserving process but will expose his hard stony heart grown in the tropics of pleasure loo very fine but are usually insiped The home grown are best your husband if possible from family tree grown on the sunny side of a church You will be sure that he is sound at heart Unsound husI band like unsound peaches often have to be sorrowfully cast aside j i Having selected your husband you should have a clear study cherry fire of love Your preserving keti tleshonld be neat and clean Hus j band like peaches look very black if this is unclean Give him plenty of sweetness Much sugar is needed Vinegar is never used in sweet pre serves If you think he needs a little spice use it with caution Do not keep stirring him up neither j should you keep poking him with sharp points too see if he is done It may spoil his looks If the above receipt is followed and you have selected the right kind of a husband you will find his love j well preserved For First Voters to Consider St IuulnlllobtMKuiiicrHt I A Protective Tariff is a sharply defined question in the campaign of j 1106 First voters must necessarily divide upon itsDo they wish to Protect American wages and indus tries from foreign competition or open wide the ports to the products of cheap foreign labor admitting itI free from any duty of a home pro tective nature Do first voters pre fer to make the next house Democratic and so cut off the present administration from legislative sup port during its last two yearsI quesIItionsare themselves for the most part just engaging in business This i year over 60000 voters in Missouri are entitled to take pat t in their j first state and congressional election Yet there are Bourbons who insist that this state is necessarily Democratic and that an old party label iIof more consequence even to i s young men than a living issue It false view and fresh surprises at sI store for such hidebound belittl r ment of political duty and opportun ity A Lucky Po mistress 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 Youlltagreeless purifiers that infuse new life nfPaperr chased The Livermore News and have been publishing same we have found it unprofitable to publish an Independant newspaper in this com munity and as there are two Demo cratic papers already being publish ed in McLean county and as our political views are Republican we have decided to make The News beginning with this issue a Republican paper upholding anti advocat ing Republican views as clearly and and strongly as we see them We do not make this change tot annoy or anger our Independant or Democratic friends we only do it because it is to our advantage to do so and because we are Republicans and think it our duty to our beliefs and to our party to uphold and ad vocate our views We cannot see as there can be any one with reason and fairness who will condemn us for the stand we have taken for it is our privilege to express our views as we see them and to show our po litical colors i We do not wish to incite the anger or cause hard feelings with our po litical opponents by this change or bv any thing we may publish in its columns but we fully expect to publishour opiniors and advocate our political doctrines as truthfully but as plainly and as strongly as it is in our power to see them Yours very truly ROSCOE I DOWNS Editor i Devils Island Torture is no worse than the terrible case of Piles that afflicted me 10 years Then I was advised to apply Buck lens 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 2oc at Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist drumIA Banking rnpl thefsauntering home for his dinner saw curbstonekup num I ownert toaa amounting to 10 The only money he had with him was the hill he had found which he gave to her and she paid the butcher The butcher paid j it to a farmer for a calfand the farmer paid it to a washwoman and she owing the banker a note of 10 went to the banker and paid the Inote The banker recognized the bill as the one he had foundand which up to that time had paid 50 j worth of debt On careful investi gation he discovered that the bill was counterfeit Now will some of our friends tell us what has been I lost in the transaction and by whom i Republican Labor Legislation KepuUlcfkU CainmlcD Since its very Trst1nokIlican party has been every Congress for the uplifting of labor and the bettering of condi tions for all working classes Through our tariff laws the working people of the United States have been protected against the cheaper labor of the outside world and tenIThrough our financial legislation the wageearner has always received InIINot only have wages constantly ins j creased and hours of labor been reduced but sanitary conditions have been constantly and in givenconditions and advantages better I very much better than in any other country I All the great national labor laws Ion our statute books were put thereby I the Republican party Just For ace Sake Mother I hear that Mr Jones had the impudence to kiss you at the station What did you do DaughterOh I kissed him too so as to make the people think we were relatives JUDGE PEAKS DECISION Misconstructel by Newspapers and the Public G rurally did not Pass on Unit Law Fbeiby Record The newspapers throughout Ken tucky have had big headlines the last few days in which it is made to ap pear that Judge Peak had at New Castle declared the county unit law unconstitutional In this they are all mistaken the validity of the law was not a question and the decision was as to the right of J T Scott the plaintiff who had applied for license to sell liqnor in New Castle vs the trustees of that town The question was one of law as to wheth er or not they had a right under the circumstances to refuse Scott a license The question involved New Castle alone and had nothing what ever to do with the constitutionality of the county unit law Judge Peak decided that the trustees of New Cass tie had no right under the law to refuse Scotts application The de fendants will take the case to the- Court of Appeals Cactus and Corn Cobs lloiunud Frui J We are hearing much that is full of encouragement concerning the various processes for making alcohol lout of the waste products of the farm Just now we are assured in rather a vague and general way that it will be possible to make alcohol from corn Cobs at a price heretofore deemed impossible We are also told that the much abused cactus of the western plains can be ued with even better results than the corncob in the production of alcohol Our readers will recall the faci that Congress has recently arranged to free the alcohol used as fuel or lights or for commercial purposes from the tax now imposed upon whisky The intention was to en courage the use of alcohol for fuel and to encourage its production from the waste of the farm Th law does not take effect until Janu ary 1 1907 but on all hands expert menus are being made and the indications now are that a new con venient and economical fuel will be developed not only from corn cobs otherIto income of tIc American f truer CharitableI me You arc only human yourself In dispensing justice to employes When you make a mistake there is no one to take you to task and threaten you with instant dis missal In criticising the motives of others Perhaps the man whom you think spent a lot of time trying to foil your busyiIn spoken judgments To hint that others are thieves and robbers one more suspicion is to play fast and loose with the most cherished of all possesionscharacteri With the irritability of your em- ployer Remember he has to bear the responsibility while you have i only to execute orders His bark is worse than his bark- Definition I of Lady A Chicago man who described u dinner with Charles Dana Gibson at Princes theater in London said the room was full of beautifully grown ed women with bare arms and necks who smoked cigarrettes with their coffee The Americans present of course talked about the ladies smoking and somo inquired if a lady would smoke which suggested to some one else the definition of the word lady Mr Gibson was asked ladyisothers and never forgets herself I Thats Where You Laugh I When a ma n tells you a funny story always laugh heartily wheth er you see the point or not Then he will feel in duty bound to laugh at the funny stories that you tell him in return A Positive CATARRCURE Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Glues Dtllel at Once Itcleansea soothes heals the disease mem borne It cures Catarrh and drives sway a Cold in the head quickly nO HAY FEVERstores tho Senses of 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agents of the Illinois Central and connecting lines or by addressing either of the undersigned F W MARLOW nPALouisville 1X0 A SCOTTA GP AMemphis A II HANSON P T M Chicago tf G HATCH G P A hicago The Publishers- Claims Sustained UNITED STATES CounT OF CLAIMS The Publisher of Wcbitrr Intt rnillonil 111larilctnllnml Incvcrr l rt with tartereileac Wo are oftbo opinion thntthU nllcantlon moot Ienlrant nccuntrly li crlUt the work n aNllulII1 and the twill that tray trru Tint I Met limarjr as It now MmuK hue t ucn tlioruiiiriiljr eJltfd In every iktnli has lin rorrvctvil m pvvrr part and U admirably n IhIIO inert the larger and severer rtxiuircutenu or a otlnputarhllolegItthnt the world hmoverexmtnlneJ It 1IIIrhll neotllcM to add tIt wo titerto illctlonnrr In our Jiclu nl work iwof the hlirhit authority In nrciirary if ilctlnU tion unit In tho fiittnonHtbu Itltw- lU tie the suurvo or constant ivlcrvmv CUAIILD C1 1 CII Jtkunvnrvn vrrmox JOIN PHTANMXJfrittr tUAiiiia a sun n- tefTilrS oJ INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE lhohlghrt neat we idrcn to the Interna tional at tho lxUK GET THE LATEST AND BEST Jou irfll lie intertteil our Jprcimnapc ttntfrt- tQCMERRIAMCO PUDLKHtRS SPRINGFIELD MASS KILL THE QPUCEtAND CURE THE LUNGS YilTlf Drn MYLkgs oveiytFOR I 5100QUIS yIThousands of Acres For Sale ai reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE IIn Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS reaantnchairfirst and third Flolden rr HCTOWIISEKO w1 ioautt tv BTOHlTTHnrt rnTtlitf fuuinr ira- uunuttr 1- a Fri Jlln su 75 117 p1 r CALIFORNIA SA TON SEA Threatens to Extend Over Vast Territory Unless Means Are Taken to Di vert Course of Colorado River Who is responsible for the creation of the Salton Sea in Southern California which already covers an area of 400 square miles and threat ens to spread over 2000 square miles if some means of diverting the k Colorado river cannot be devised This question is perplexing Mexican and American diplomatists but for the time being diplomatic representations have been suspended and both the United States and Mex ico arc bending every effort to check the river which has been accidentally turned from its course I through the efforts of the California Development Company to irrigate lands in Northern Mexico and j Southern California Interesting complications of an in ternational nature are threatened when the two Governments attempt to settle their differences and make good the damage which has been j wrought by diverting the Colorado from its channel The California Development Company originally tapped the river below Yuma Ariz ft and carried water from Arizona through a canal into Northern Mexico and back into a great valley in Southern California- In 1901 it was found that this ca nal was inedequate to supply water required for the irrigation project and a Mexican corporation connrol led by California Development Com j pany was authorized by Mexico to take water from the Colorado inI south of YumaIThe irrigation canal was only one fourth of a mile from a river at the point in Mexico where a ditch was I cut through tho sandy bank of the river connecting with the great irri gation canal No gates were provided and with the river diverted from its channel cut away its bank and went raging into the lowlands of California far below the sea level Repeated tempts have been made to turn theI river back into its old channel 4without success Several small towns are now beneath the waters which the Colorado- has poured into the basin and InI many places only the tops of railway telegraph poles indicate where the roadbed formerly was In the lowest part of the sink the water is now seventy feet deep Failure to control the river would give this country and Mexico a lake comparable to the great lakes separ ating the United States and Canada At present the lake is greater than any body of water wholly within the United States except Salt Lake and Lake Michigan There is more Catarrh in this sec tion of the country then all others diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescirbed locals remedies and by constantly failing to cured with r local treatment pronounced it incu rable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and thereof requires constitutional treat ment Halls Catarrh Cure manu factured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitu tional cure on the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts di rectlyon the blood and muaoussur faceof the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure circulars and tes timonalsAddress F J Cheney Cor Toledo Ohio Sold by all druggests 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Deputy Marshal Bennett Resigns Owcnuboro UMMDR Deputy United States Marshal L P Bennett has resigned his position and the resignation has been accept ed but no successor is yet appointed Mr Bennetts reason for giving up work is a plan to leave with a few days to settle in Oklahoma There are numerous applicants for the position from all over the district tf f but the new deputy has not yet been named As a result of the delay in selecting a successor of Bennett the local office is to some extent hand f rtps g I A Wonderful Record As madn up by Improved and exact Irescrlptlon correctIngpainfulIlCrlodscures tho backache periodical headaches pelvicregionlower abdominal region dries the disagreeableand organsIthustakingfluence It Is the only medlclno for hasthothe most eminent medical practitioner and writers of our day FavoritePrescription soldthroughtaro a largo percentage of alcohol fO todelicatewomentllcombinedehavingtines I i sulTcrrrs from the knu1Itof brighteninghomes by the advent of little ones to I itrengiben the marital bonds and add despondencybadWrit to Dr R V Pierce He will send advlerIn YUrnot YIwmThe Peoples Common Sense Medical sentfreeof mailing wii Send 21 onoccnt stamps stampforu above I capped and a Louisville deputy was compelled to come to Owensboro to serve papers in the involuntry bank ruptcy proceeding against the James lheII re cently voted for local option are ex pected to swell the list of bootleggers and on this account of the con sequently increased commissions a KetI+True and tried friends of the fam ily Dewitts Little Early Risers Best for results and best to take Rosey checks and sparkling eyes follow the use of these dependable little pills They do not gripe or sicken Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Careful Mllkinr Every milker thinks he knows how to milk but if the cows could ex wouldIsary It is not fair treatment to sit onIstall and acts as if she were badly hurt Sometimes a cow will stop eating and wait until the ordeal is over before she will resume her meal The cow that does that is not comfortable and an uncomfortable cow will not do her best for her owner Some men have a way of milking that so pleases the cow that she clearly shows she enjoys it These are the men whose method should be copied Observing them atIStlikcows They sit down quietly take hold of the cows teats gently no matter how much of a hurry they may be in and begin to draw the milk without pressing too hard for they know they are touching her at a tender point then they keep stead ily at it until the last drop is out It pays to milk carefully When a horse is so overworked it lies down and in other ways declares its in ability to go further you would consider it criminal to use force Many a man of humane im pulses whewouldnot willingly harm a kitchen is guilty of cruelty where hits 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 dyspeysia that is sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro A Woman Who Was Hippy One of the happiest women lever knew said the woman was a rich girl who married a popr man She declared that the only thing that could make her happy was this marriage and it was ideal in every way Both of them are pow dead and tho daughter is married to the son of an exgovernor of a southern state I hope she is happy as washer moth er through all her married life A Feat Iideed Susie had tried the teachers pa tience sorely and when the latter looked up and saw the little girl chewing gum with her felt sprawl ing into the aisle she said Susie JodS that gnm out of your mouth and put your feet ml N r ft7LV r 4A VfiN Vr KENTUCKY MASONS Vote to Exclude Wtplesale or Re tail Liquor Dealers From the Order Neverlprobably in the history of theJGrand Lodge of Masons in Ken tucky extending back to the last year of the Eighteenth century was so much discussion caused over a single question as that following the introduction at the meeting of the GrandLodge last week of the resolution which was passed providing that during the next twelve months no one who is engaged in the manu facture and sale of intoxicating recelIpas nge one tions and the same provision is con tamed in an amendment to the con stitution which was by necessity compelled to lay over for a year The sentiment is such however that it is probable that the amendment will be adopted The resolution was presented by Past Grand Master Wilhelm The Committee on Jurisprudence of which Past Grand Master Witt is Chairman proposed the question as a constitutional amendment which would have deferred the question for a year After spirited debate in which Grand Master Veach asked for immediate action and in which only a few defended those who are engaged in the liquor business it was decided to adopt the resolution and then to adopt the committees report thus putting the provision into practice for a year in order to give the members of the Grand Lodge a chance to see its effect and to enable them to vote intelligently upon the constitutional amendment next year Can you win You realize that to win in anything these days requires strength with mind and body in tune A man with disordered di gestive organs is not in shape for a days work or days play How can they expect to win Kodol For Dyspepsia contains the digestive juices of a healthy stomach and will put your stomach in shape to perform its important function of supplying the body and brain with strength building blood Digests what you eat relievos Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour stomach Palpitation of the Heart and Constipation Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Jack Rabbits Stop Trains- In Texas the Jack rabbit is no longer looked upon as a means of good sport He has increased by the millions until he threatens not only to devour all the vegetation of hundreds of square miles in the southwestern section of the state but here lately spurred on by desperate hunger he has been holding up railway trains bythe simple process of getting himself killed by the thousands and so greasing up the rails that the most powerful loco motives have peen forced to come to a stop while the train hands have gone forth and cleaned up the right ofwayHunger is causing millions of jack rabbits to come closer to the more thickly settled sections of Texas and where the wire fences are used to keep them out they have started burrowing underneath The bright glare of the locomotive headlight BetterWay The tissues of the throat are inflamedand irritated you coughand there is more irrita tion more coughing You take a couh mixtureand it eases the- Irritationfor a while You take SCOTTSEMULSION and it cures the cold Thats what is necessary It soothes the throat because it reduces the irritation cures the cold because it drives out the inflammation builds upthe weakened tissues because it them back to their natural strength Thats how Scotts Emulsion deals with a sore throat a cough a cold or bronchitis WELL SEND YOU I A SAMPLE FREE SCOTT BOWNE 4OtrcII a KP t has attracted them along the railroad line at night This is proved by the fact the railroads have had trouble with their trains from the jack rabbits only at night During the day the rabbits attend strictly to i making entrance into the farm lands The Texas legislature has decided to spendover 100000 next year in an endeavor to stem the tide of the jackrabbit invasion It is hoped to find some disease germs with which the rabbits can be inoculated and so most of them will be swept away The United States Government will also be asked in the scientific search for some method of killing off the pests1VANTEDMen in each state to travel tack signs and distribute samples and circulars of our goods Salary 8000 per month 300 per day for expenses Saunders Co Dept S 4650 Jackson Boulevard Chicago 111 14t4 e A Loving Mother Dead Mrs Sarah P Barrett wife of T J Barrett deceased of Barretts Ferry Ohio county Ky died at the home of her son W W Lloyd Oct 9 1906 at the age of 81 years 5 months and 3 days She was born in the state of North Carolina She came here with her father at an ear ly day and settled in Grayson coun ty near the Falls of Rough She joined the Christian church a num ber of years ago and has been faith ful to her church all these years in her illness While she was agonizing andstruggling for life she seemed to not fear the Jungment Every thing seemed to be alright with her She was twice married Her first Theyidren three boys and two girls Four of the children are yet living The two daughters one the wife of W H Foreman of Hardinsburg Ky and the other the wife of G W Thurber of Eureka Ind the two boys W W and John P Lloyd of Ohio county Ky The second union the Lord gave her three childred two boys and one girl one of which is living yet Thomas W Barrett All of her surviving children were present when she departed this life also many relatives and friends St e was taken to her home church for funeralservices which were con ducted by Rev Brandon at 11 oclock They then all followed her to the family graveyard where the children and friends were permitted to look down in the cold limits of the tomb with tearful eyes and throb bing hearts and only say Good bye mother for the time being You will only sleep until the resurrection morn We are truly glad there is no one in Heaven to say goodbye She was loved by all who knew her May the Lord bless the sorrowing children and friendsW F Hardinsburg Ky If an article is imitated the origi nal is always best Think it over and when you go to buy that box of salve to keep around the house get DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is the original and the name is stamp ed every box Good for eczema tetter boils cuts and bruises and especially recommended for piles Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro A Socker EtUitwthtovn Nw The Mayfield Messenger points with pride to the fact that the school per capita has been increased under Governor Beckhams administration and gives the Governor the credit for it If the Messenger would ir vestigate the facts it would find that the increase is dun to the fact of taking two cents from the sinking fund and one and a half cents from the general expenditure fund and adding them to the school fund and not to any wisdom upon the part of the Governor An investigation of the auditors reports will disclose the fact that with the same tax rate for school purposes under Beckhams administration as existed under Browns the school fund would not have been any larger The increas ed school fund is due entirely to the fact that where former administra tions had a tax rate of twentytwo and a half cents the present admin istration has a tax rate of twenty six and a half cents for school pur posesKeep the bowels open when you have a cold and use a good remedy to allay the inflammation of the mu cous membrances The best is Ken I nedys Laxative Honey and Itl contains no opiates moves the bow i els drives out the cold It is relia byZWayne n 100 a our aro I I and In er to mM or 50 For tree on writ No More Cold Rooms If how comfort be a 1 withoutit i t cozyanyof the thing PERFECTION Oil Heater i Equipped with Smokeless Device Turn the as high or low as no danger I GivesIntensedevice beautifullygetheaternearest for descriptive circular THE beaI j and stealy light simple con safetyEquippedthroughout and nickel plated Au ornament to any room whether parloror bed room lamp warranted to nearest agency not at your dealers STANBAKB OIL COMPANY Incorporated Dortt Sufferrbill night lone from toothache tismSIO Liivinvexvtkills the pain quiets the nerves and induces steep- At I all defers Price 25c 50c UOO Dr SSIowx Boston MassUSAj RANDALL T COLLINS Z GRIFFIN When in Louisville STOP A- TSeinirngs EUROPEAN HOTEL The for Ohio County People Elegant Clean rooms and Attention W Corner Second and Jefferson Streets COLLINS GRIFFIN J Props UBuvsL SCHOLARSHIPuntil the allotted to bo sold at dtooonnt on account of the opening of Evansville Col loge Bold No vacation enter any ti- meDRAUCHONS EVANSV C0T- NAND DfdI I ft Colleges In 15 states S300000OO CAPITAL indorsed by business men from to California 17 year saxes We also teach BY MAIL Write for prices POSITIONS SECURED OR MONEY REFUNDED I Call or send for Catoloauo I TRADEMARKS promptly ooulDtd aUwuo Weobuln PATENTS THAT PAY Hum thoeoagbiyatour- orpewe Lyon RICOEM send L photo sketch for FREEftPOl1- Oil pateaUbUlty year practice 8UR PASSING REFERENCES Gold Book Profitable ltca4 to 03BOS Seventh WaSHINOTON D C you only knew much can derived from PERFECTION Oil Heaterhow simple and economical what part house You can leatt and do many other with tile wick you cantheres lets agency brass Every Ear WAYNE Home Polite S LE Maine Street water BIG FOUR t Sj+ ToledoDetroit S Cleveland S Buffalo New York Boston i And all other points East Information cheerfully fir I ChyTicketJ 259 Fouat avenue or write 3 S J GATES Genl DepLouisville ft a HooT RHEINfGeneral+ j Cincinnati Ojo oaK- odol w DYps171 G tVyau eat t P J H Hartford Republican Ifl Loed by the Hortfpn iHCOsrniAVXD Inblliblng Company iU + f C JcnR4KNETT I 1cK SMITH I fh- NMEdO crnO=Txo- f CUD brlncSNNMN3OSR- ouCh asr z FRIDAY OCTOBER 26 r REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR COXOHKSS M L HEAVRIN Ot Ohio County JUSTICE OF PEACH 1lH WILLIAMS 01 Taylor Nin- eANNOUNCEMENTS t i We are nuthorl d to announce st ASHKn ceudldatiP i thlethe28thdtstrlctsubject to the action of the Republican party We are anthorlied to announce ciAKEXCE DlttFEHK oJ Shrere Precinct B candidate to rlKepreeentntlre the OenerM Amemblj fro this the 28th dtltrld eabject to the action of the Republican party- Wcareanthorlted to nunounte W WTAIH of the D da Precinct a candidate for Kcpweu tatlreln the General Antnibly homtbUtheMth district subject to the action of the Ilepnbllcan party t Examine the labelon your paper it t Is not correct notify us l ONLY ten days until the election OHIO COUNTY should give Mr Heavrin at least 1000 majority November 6 WE have heard no good reason assigned by any one for voting against the bond issue- HUGHES and Hearst are setting the woods a fire in New York with their hot shots i UNCLE JOE CANNON not only stands pat but is able to show what he is standingon Now that the ice season is over the ice man will begin to arrange a I shortagefor another year I THE CourierJournal says it con Iteused to stand pat on I It IN Kansas they used to cry for a 50 per capita Now thay have 93 per capita and are still crying for more WHEN Mr Cortelyou gt9 t01 bi Secretary of the Treasury willhe s ill hold on to that National Committee I Chairmanship A NEW YORK man wants a divorce I because his wife talks too much Jf that is sufficient ground in New York what is to become of the Da kota industry I HEARST elected Governor of New i Yorkwill demand and receive the Presidential nomination of the In dependance Leaguers and then 10f the Democrats THE betting in New York is 4 to 1 on Hughes This is said to be pretty strong evidenee that the Republican nominee will win However bets do not win elections WE shall be very much mistaken if the voters of this country attempt to kill the goose that laid the golden egg by electing a congress pledged to demoralize existing tariff laws REMEMBER when you vote for Mr Johnson you help to promote a man who last spring voted to disfranchise Ohio county at Frank fort Do unto him as he did unto us and make it strong t a TilE people of Hartford Magisteri= al district will make no mistake in electing Harve Williams a member of the Fiscal Court He IS ayoting man with progressive Ideas and at the same time safe and conservative WHEN Governor Beckham calls a I special session of the Legislature to arrange the lid some more for Lou isville he should not forget to in clude the redistricting question t iiijoneSHOULD Gov Beckham win the condition of Hon Urey Woodson c will be pitiful to beholil He will i simply be compelled to retire to s 1 I t aniabusiveI IF Senator McCreary is to be ber lieved Gov Beckham is not lit to send to the United States Senate to l BeckJham YYWYLMwM iefe Creary ought to be retired to private life We ire inclined to think both are right and the only chance toI get a worthy representative will be to seject a Republican Legislature next ylear and satisfy both of them GOVERNOR BECKHAM will be in our town today to speak in the interest of his candidacy for United States Senator He will no doubt be greet ed by a large crowd of his followers in this county He should be given a respectful hearing by those who differ with him as well as those who are his supporters He is a Fourth district man and this is in a sense his own territory We understand the Governor makes a dignified pre sentation of his claims free from abuse or acrimony PARTISANSHIP RUN TO SEED The Afuhlenlerg Argus a new Democratic paper published at Central City as a campaign sheet in the interest of Richardsons candidacy for Congress is in danger of biting itself and dying from its venom Its abuse of Dr A D James should make him at least 500 votes in Muh lenberg countyif it reaches that many For utter reckless abandon in its utterances the Argus takes the cake It has the hardihood to charge up the hard times and panic of 18934 and 5 to the McKinley tariff law Most people have understood that the Democrats were in power then with a president and both branches ofCongress and that we were trying to exist under the succulent Wilson tariff law a return to which the Argus invites us However the new light at Central City dont think Republicansamount to much any way Because there is some objections over there to the dog taX the Argus classes all dog Toying taxless people as strong Republicans Listen gentle reader to its wail and you will wonder how it happenthat the writer does not tne unless you conclude that he is simply sour on the world and all of his kind- Republicans are now raising a j howl about the dog tax notwithstanding the fact that the sheep in j dustry in the sheep raising part of the state has been nearly ruined by worthless dogs They seem to pre fer these useless canines to good fat sheep and it is usually the case the more worthless curs a man has and- thQless of other kind of tax he pays the stronger Republican he is and the louder he howls about the dog tflx We think if they will look over i Dr Jaines record they will find wftqre he once voted for a dog tax apd tit ought to mollify their an i ger a little j Paramount Everywhere CongressDistrict fined by the Wheeling Intelligencer Since 1896 the wages of every class of workmen in the Ohio Valley have advanced new mills and facto ries1 have been built and thousands of new homes erected to house the men who work in the mills and fac tories Business has been profitable beyond all previous experience and labor has been steadily employed at increasing wages and shortening hours These are some of the fruits of the Protective Tariff system Under ft the industries of Wheeling and viI cinity have been created and built up waxing in prosperity each year The voters of the First Congressional District must say votes whether they wish to continueIIthis beneficent system or they wish to abolish it tute a Tariff for revenue with its public free soup kitchen reminiscences It is not hard to predict what their answer will be That is equally the issue in every ongress district Whether to keep i the prosperity we now have or toI turn over the control of national affairs to the party whose success at the polls has never failed to bring the reverse of prosperity is the question in all parts of the country It mUst remain the paramount ques tion so long as there exists an or to the cardinal jjUnlZedopposition to American laI Notice The Commissioners of Ohio coun ty will on Monday Nov 5th 1906 at 1 p m at the office of the County Judge at the curt house receive bids for the erection of steel bridges across Adams Fork cree and HanI lays creek in Ohio county They r serve the right to reject any or bidsIOct 19 1906 B TAYLOR County Judge l SAM BACHSI 1 89c Special TormorrowI Mens Huavy Fleeccdlined Underwear also heavy Ribbed in dif 89cSuitMens heavy Jersey Top Shirts 89cGreenMens extra good 1 work or driv ing Gloves with or without cum Buckskin and othereathers8gCPer PUll Iliens fancy top Shirts all nice patterns pleated or plain good make 8gCto t II 1 DEEPiIs Snow In the WestTraffic is Delayed and Suffering IntenseiDenver Colo Oct 24 Snow wind and cold have extended over nearly the entire country between the Rocky Mountains and Missouri river today causing heavy losses of livestock and late fruit Telegraph wires have been prostrated and railroad scedules disarranged The storm is almost unprecedent ed for severity at this season of the yearand takes rank according to the Weather bureau with the snowfall on April 22 and 23 1885 Up to 6 oclock this evening about twen ty inches of snow has fallen in Denver much of which had mflted and ins dications were that snow would continue to fall tonight Some places on the eastern slope of the mountains the snowfall measures from three to four feet While the temperature on the plains has fluctuated from twenty to thirty degrees above zero it has been much colder at higher altitudes At Emery Gap on the Colorado Southern Railroad snow drifted nine feet deep and traffic was practically tied up today Two railroad snow plows were sent out to open the road Important Notice have added a stockof building IWe such as Sash Doors Columns Moulding Etc Yellow Pine Flooring Ceiling Metal Paroid and Paper Roofing in short anything- you may need in the building line planeIBROS Hartford Ky IIBEAN RENDER Oct 23Simon Jones and Edward Barrass Sr and Dr H B Innis and F 0 Allen were in Hartford last WednesdayMiss Shrader returned to her home in Louisville last Thursday after being the guest of her uncle and aunt the Rev and Mrs N C IJnolast Thursday L House Fordsville was here last ThursdayOtha Linton Ind was here last Friday Born to the wife of Joe James a boy last Saturday Mother and child doing well Joe is all smiles He says he is a Republican Chas Robison of Taylor Mines was here last Saturday JnoEdwards and Bridge Smith of Powderly were here last Satur day hereilast Sunday Jas Bratcher Beaver Darn was here last Sunday Air and Mrs Al Howard and daughter Central City were the Men and Boys heavy Sweaters 9CsFour childrens Union Suits heavy ribbed different sizes frum QQdC INhupes 89SpecmlC Twenty yards of best Calico in Indigo Blues Simpson American Prints best read and Shop 89cherd Plaid Special guests of Mr and Mrs R B Roll last Sunday i Jas Lacefield Central City and K J McKenny Louisville was here yesterdayMiss Robinson is visiting her i uncle Joe Robinson Cromwell Miss Ada Herrel Wysox is the guest of her brother L E Herrel For Sale A 90 acre farm half river bottom 30 acres timber j miles from Green 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 Hartford Ky FOR THE BUSY READER i President Roosevelt will visit Porto Rico on his return from Panama reaching San Juan about November 22 President Roosevelt has issued a proclamation naming Thursday No vember 29 as a day of national thanksgiving Judge Evans at Louisville has held the Federal act relative to dis crimination against labor unions void because the constitution does not warrant Sec 10 of the act WeaVhy friends have come to the aid of James W Henning the Stock Exchange broker who failed in New York and he will resume business Mr Henning was a Louisville man e Mayor Weaver Philadelphia Tues day issued an order preventing further presentation of The Clans man deciding it as calculated to produce disorder and endanger lives The action was taken after hearing a delegation of representative ne- groes and counsel for the show The latter will seek an ins junction today to keep the Mayor from interfering with the production The coming changes in President Roosevelts Cabinet have been an thetof from the Cabinet George B Cortel you will become Secretary of the MeyerIapart Attorney General Victor H Midkiff Secretary of the Navy and CornmyLicensed Auctioneer Squire W Tichenor of Point Pleasant Ky licensed auctioneer for Ohio county Cumberland phone 11tf e Moss and Tompson Plasterers and contractors satis faction guaranteed Phone 29 or Beaver Dam Planing Mills13tf v Ten and onehalf yards of best outing Cloth all colors stripes and iifuircs You can get just as many yards89Cfits 1 1 125 and SlfiO Shawl and Flu inators in limey and solid colors cunlMuns fine all Wool heavy top gall Ladies fine heavy ribbed Union cJSAM BACH HARTFORD KENTUCKY I A SOLDIERS DASH I I Wins Morgantown Kentucky i Beauty as His IBride 23It be came known today that Col Benjamin Von Phul member of one of the oldest families in St Louis was i married secretly October 13 to Miss I Nancy Mulford Taylor pf Morgan town Ky She had been in New York with relatives and was returning to her Kentucky home when Col Von Phul I met her at Union Station a week ago last Friday They had been friends for a year At the station Col Von Phul renewed his suit told her of j his plans and begged that sRe mar i ry him and go to New York at once His courtship was carried on with the dash that won his distinction as a soldier He was not tobe denied but it was Friday and she would not I think of being married on Friday I The Colonel pleaded that she remain over until next day She consented I and the next day was the thirteenth I Miss Taylor hadnt thought of that and her suitor carefully refrained from enlighting her SO they were married at the Centenary M E church The bridegroom in the sixties as shaved off thoughI mustache and now reS young man j LUST CALL For Taxes in Ohio Goilnty You only have until the 3lst day of October to pay your taxes without interest and penalty Af ter this date under the acts of 1906 passed by the last Legislature you will have to pay 18 per cent interest and penal ty and also Clerks cost for tax warrant So dont fail to pay in time to save this extra cost RcBMARTIN- Sheriff Ohio County Little Girls Compos Iton on Tbe i Cow itA cow is an animal with four legs on the under side one on each cor neroThe tail is longer than the legs but its not used to stand on The cow kills flies with her tail A cow has big ears that wiggle so does the tail A cow is bigger than a calf but not as big as an elephant She is made small so she can go in a barn door when nobody is lookin Some cows are black and some hook A dog was booked once She tossed the dog that worriel the cat that killed tie rat Black cows give white milk sido other cows Milk L girlsdresseschalk Beef is cow but not before it is killed That is a joke Cows chew cuds and each cow finds its own chew Then they swallow their chew and chuse other chews to chew ajokecows Wanted 50 good tie makers to make ties Call on M T LIKENS 9tf Hartford Ky THE POOLROOM Will you llln to me 11111 And bar what I bate to say The n wnt Ihloic In thi old town I for poolroom nrrr the wnjr Ogre I went tn that e1lilAJust to wskh lhi Ui thAtmtktonril tnMf wade far them With 1hllu nklrh they stay That proprietor said to nir Hill yuuTbHat soon you rosy bau a ctir It a Hut jronnit mull Hill ITbat and folUbtd mot when It said tit to n t know whet tit meant Of course I took aat11111- Just to If kow that thing went A lllow should sissy know For what his mosey i spent lilliIAnd aoruiiblnc wblta to rub no- IMW than ploy n Rune 11111 bumpTbfTht they lulrljr mad Hit lamp The wnjibj start that same Dill They place the balls In a Irani With nutbtr hall they break I think iua hall la its name Thy tpuU about bunking Hill And icrnlrhlnK nod 1Iurb atult- lUltll I nctualljr INKDU to think They were going tu he rough er I rThru one man laughed aloud 11111 I naked him shat the inattvrcould Whe n another use nald he own one Fur H e rtba made you see Fur two lung hours I WHtthrd Hill While the KHIUM war bring lnjdIt sure tnVn mind end plenty To know how ine should be made Wlyn onvgmne win orr11111 One fellow Just raid tu in- Take this rue mid try your hand For H suck pooler you be lint 1nneIIIId HIM Of putting them In thus socka e Hwnniv the srtoohrgetoluthere to give you tilt 10111111 facts 11I1ItTblltFor ICs only fun cud auuneinent To a Jolly good otlllred crowd When the tlllYI are roll nod rainy Dill lioolhrltiau 1 For It dout break nuy Illblo rnld ltea th Hoods Y f Sarsaparilla is imquestiotu bly the greatest blood Auld liver medicine known It r positively and permanently fromPimples 1J 1Bleod n 3 +fwr i ttl41 4141Je jj = U Jj All the leading Fall Dross Goods nt 25e 50c 75 O v 4i 100 and SlUo a yard S 41 Yardwide navy and black Talletta Silk every jJ 41 yard guaranteed at onlyl a yard b 42 Ten dozen Boys Corduroy School Caps actual J value 25c choice lOco JJJ anlnO fi guarantee our prices and JUllliticst fi I Fairs Clothing i tbfi Of course you are interested in getting thin best as Ital 41cheap as you can Wo handle the best Suita and = = Overcoats at reasonable prices Nd iiilbling You = H pay no more thus your neighbor Como to us tor your outfitITl b tfit 49 selected stock of Ginghams I lannolultes 41Outing Cloths Porcals Prints Etc lor serviceable b wear g 41 Best line of Childrens School Shoes Huy out b s J Sloes Economy in so doing T t b m fi Our Underwear for hall is uiwxcclled in variety fr i f or quality Union Suits heavily Ile edor the j 49 Elastic Ribbed Inspect our line before buying J I fi fc 4 bit 8 Fairs Millinery L 4Our increase sales in this dppjirViiiorit speak vol 41 urns for us Those who want style and workman O = ship have nu trouble in solecting n fatri hl us A VisitpW fc 41 41 lit = Cloak Department fat 41 want a chance to show every lady in Hartford 49and vicinity our line of Cloaks and Furs Of eourso lit J fR we do not expect to do the entire Cloak businessbut fJ we have confidence enough in our styles qualities = fi and prices to expect a largo share of it Wo are will lit ti ing to put our against yours If you purchase lit 1 wo will appreciate it If not will thank you for 49 your courtesy in looking Competent salesladies to jj 49tit every garment bl i lit W1 49 1 fi I CLotHinG tifi i Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 26 Illinois Central RallroadTtme Table j North Hound Nolai doe 40 nni- rKoirMoilJ30p ra Nolo2duu8pm Month ieaud- o 121 duIt1 ryi So 1111 due 2411 p No 111 d11k4Op ID Guns Guns Guns Where At USCarsons 11tf liph Rob Roy was i- to n see us Monday i City most uptodate place in HartfordIYou pay for qualities here and get it at Carson Co J Mrs C M Barnett is quite ill at her home on Union St Scholarship in Massey BusinessI I College for sale at this office Our Hats wear the longest andJ cost the least CARSON Cosj Mr H Ci Dever Sulphur Springs was a pleasant caller Wednesday j For Scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College apply at this officetWe can please yotf or othe man with a fall Suit or OvercoatI CARSON Co Esq cL Woodward Heaver Dam was a pleasant caller Wednesf day j FOR SALEA scholarship in thee I1HartfordTake a look at our Cloaks Rain I Coats and Furs before buying j 4 LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE I 1 0lit Y in I MiIIinenli lit iii t i We are never too busy to wait on you at Carson Co I They fit they w rUhat is w hat mothers say of out s CARSON Co ly RevJjA Jelpett and wife of Nocreek visjted relatives in town Wednesday The hunting season will soon be ed on Get youflBunitnd amm6niti at U S Carsons 11tf ed Miss Mary Wedding is the guest of her sister Mrs Clarence Keovrn at EarlihgtohfCy Mr Henry Long has accepted a position as salesman with E P+ sBro Beaver DamthThe Hartford Mill Co has brick for sale aa well as all other building material r Come and see us 13tf caLenvehouJgrocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun 6 46tf We fray all 6iic Chickens Ha Bacolit Lard god Feathers that is feted uS titthe highest market pric 1I 1 C ON CoLe FOR SALETGood small farm teem fOIfromEM Miller McHenry 124t yesterdayrkeepgaugertiljery Bowling Green W F Stevens and John W Sande of NoCreek are attending the national meeting of the A S of EhersEast St Louis this week re until acfarmw All edHas two dwellings and plea of outbuildings Apply to Cal P Keown Hartford Ky134t J Mrs Rebecca Leach of the Beda I neighborhood is quite ill i Louisvilleb1 was ing his family Mr A W Davidson is quite illat the home of his sonJ Eo Davidson on Clay street I Mr J C Herrel of the East hgpleasantMrJ F Brown ofthe East Hartford Neighborhood was a pleasant caller Monday foritroubles incident to old ageIMayor J H Williams spent sever days this week at Mognolia Alabama on business Mrs Cassie Newcomb of Washington Neighborhood hasloneI to Gpdman Ky to spend the win Itwith her son- EsTRAYEDFrom Williams Mines j one roan cow dehorned fives or six years old will weigh 700 or 800 Ibs Report all information to J C Her red Hartford Ky 1 6 4t Mrs James Kirk died other home near Clear Run Wednesday after brief illness Her remains w buried in Clear Run burying ground Thursday afternoon Anthony Maiden died at his home veryItremains were interred in the family burying ground Tuesday tIfyou want Kraut Pickles frashlot packed Mackerel pure Cider Isti tCity Restaurant will open up Sun day afternoon at 4 oclock and serve supper Steak Meals Fish Me Oyster Stew Fried Oysters IceTHE Cream c Telephone your orders Mr Marvin Moseley who recently V reSigned as salesman for Fair Co and accepted position with Butler Bros of St Louis Mo is the guest offriends airelatives in the county in Schroeters+stingStudio is at Hartfords landing They better prepared than ever to turn dlyourlltf j A letter received yesterday by here from L R Barnettof ter Arkansas states that lis ttle daughter Pauline is dangi ously sick of typhoid fever and very little hope of her is enter amedWANTEDGentlemen or ladykerson with good references to travel y rail or with a rigfora firm of 250 00000 capital Say 107200 year and expenses I salary paid week and expenses advanced Address wjth stamp Jos A Alexander i Hartford Ky 10m6 i Mr Joe S Bennett of Beda po a small crop of white burley anonad vance tees iv 309 more His crop having been sold for 10 and 9 under mane ment of the AS ofE Mr nett now believes in poolingAUdolph daJfordsoffice with quite an interesting and relic It is aac simile of General J George Washingtons commission as CommanderinChief of the Ameri army and bears date of June 19 S Rev J A Lewis preached at the Methodist church Sunday and Sun appreciatiof gMiss quite tehe gr Rev is a good indication of the es in which he is held in Hart Dr and Mrs Wm Forman gave a Saturdayto on st inyitised home rd tives wharf at 9 a m and landed a short I distance above the mouth of Nocreek where a splendid hunch was spread i beautiful beech grove Me m son of the party engaged in search J Ring for nuts and gathering ferns time to make the return trip report a rifest enjoyable day and tyenlasting obligations to Dr and Mr MrsIForman fpfthe outing ford BARBEE ENTERTAINMENT At Court Hall Tuesday Night Well Attended and Highly- Appreciated Miss Nannie Barbee of Datnvi Ky gave a recital consisting of gro and Kentucky Mountain diale stories at Court Hall Tuesday ov LadiesNewwas well attended and ker imperson rations were recived with the highest appreciation and enjoyment Miss Barbees program consisted the most part in recitals de primitive negro life and character in which she depicts the greatest oddities characteristic of the race yet her mountain dialect sto ries are also goodand were highly enjoyed In fact the whole t thehours recital was continuous hu mor and fun terThe ladies cleared a neat little sum on the entertainment Public Sale On Saturday October 27 1906 will sell fet dublic Auction ab twenty nice building lots in Center town Ky fronting on Main and Plum streets two squares from t RaIonra nice clean littieby anidealpiness and business After the sale three disinterested judges will be selected to lookover the list and consider the location a saleprice of all lots sold and aw free lot to the purchaser of tVithat consider the poor eiavestmnt Free lunch will servedon the ground Terms Ohethird cash bola on twelve months time with 6 thirtydaysatsbalance on twelve months time CENTERTOWN LAND DEVE OPING COMPANY For further particulars address B Morton Livermore Ky SMALLHOUS Oct 24Supt JbiDeWecse our midst Friday visiting schools Fred Boone 0 C Cox and S MaroistldayMiss Nora Overhults Rockpo was the guest of Miss Maggie Hu from Fnday until Sunday evenal gioiraridaughter Miss Clara accompanied if hefordRobt and Jas H Ft from Friday evening until Sunday eveningst Caperr prfCenteVtownMiss Clara Robertson and Lee Rob ertson Hartford were among attending church at Equality duotohomefoofwiCarroUtonproensOma visited Mrs Mabel Ran at Rockport Ky last Mon OmaMadddx spent Tuesd Wednesday withhersisterM tioLfalCarro1ltonE Hunter and Miss Florence Hooge went to Rockport Sunday UllOppieill js betterI at Clara F imbley who has been anybetterMiss Lelia Hunter and Erskine ineTuesday pieMissturned home wide Miss Ula May Addington returned Sunday from a visit to rela in Indiana and goefromMrs Sarah Greer is visiting her James Tally near Hartf rdofGrant our new Methodist preacher filled his first regular ap pointmeht Sunday In November I reaSundayand Mrs U E Smith Her t 1 close were the guests Of Mr Smith 8 parents near hesr Saturday night and Sunday S E Hunter and MiMeS Florence Hoogeand Ethel Hunter atttended j church at Ceialra last Sunday kIIleIeMr Simpeon Tennyson Jnd is AddingIton OverhultJalttha and Ula May Addington Lucy Withrow and Na Bullock attended meeting at Ceralso lost Sunday night Jpe Bullock went to Mataras SundayS Hunter 2nd Bert Barnard attended the tent meeting atMatan zas Saturday nigfct lIatanzasis wiwoand C B Ross were the guests of Theodore HowcU stand last Satur1 day and SundayIMarrlate Uiutttse yeurs oro age 21 to Nellie Pate Browia Vall art age 19 toheage 17 Birch Mon roe Horton are 35 toIda It Ash Horton age 21 Milliard Daugh J Girlanjc 17pFred be Trout Cromwell aee28 D M W- Hams U No Creek ace 24 to Ethel Hnar 17anto 15 rgil M Hendror cHenrrage iKasl3enbry age IJW1B age wtltCage19 to Eva Evana Taylor Mines age 14 olio CIUKlIAN Mdkes Strpg Sitctll at tit C a tIOMf1Ikttf1lC It 11 the A SIIE Owasi eLf t ofissthe compo offannsswf the ad of M F sa si JfanVWs Ky He strond BJiiSttfters fnp 3goonsmossbacks RJ sse tint Yen i we do organize we wvig stidc said IteU yes tint elopt dei I bow tie aiiait will one bEAllcapriceprice they sjnes3 Hic to cet for 15 them and isdcMleeeLlast a has beeagoiaKes thetkeoBehe will take his products K aiar fetends the farmer shall cowithfitable price for life predicts and can only i daar k a plan of vereguJatTodays sessoBwactfevotedprin addreafsegtleeliner ofa with uufarmXStTE RMke The Hartford JfajpateMl District No 1 n mttt at IJmon House M SatofaTajr Oct 27 9 a m 0 tIS ILStraw Seey CoTkf Kites A lot of new awpffeaMBtaiy tread books has beat isteiieorod lathG this year xlst m soft oaly J to the dubfrcn bat Inapt r as well It jcmcta children A range of salel dliteratureabove aDJ trams them to be a readers Teacherahase iKscaawd the possibility of namc goad read children by COB BBC tben strict H readershencevariety of intercrfwsr and useful ding books for dukes he first quarter of aefceol will next week with parterly ex laminations in all dcFartiaaato La fl 1 j i OYAbBakInfPbwd r A + droleaonnecreamoftartar taking powder Makes the tinetliahteat best flavored bucui hotbreads cake and puby powItrzuse Hum Examine the label MM liMUM POWOCH CO elM YOM mediately thereafter report cards ll be sent out to all parents to be carefully examined signed and re turned Parents are urged to give specialattention to every item on the card and to report to the teach ers any unsatisfactory information which the card may contain We are glad to announce to par entsthat the school is better graded pupils are moreaccurately classified and the school is in better condition in every way than it was last year Among those who visited home TaylorMessrston Owen Brown and Owen Jones Mr Ben Patterson who was sick = at home for several weeks has we are happy to say regained his health and entered school again Among the recent matriculates are Forest Salmon of Davicss county and Weston Malacon of Louisiana Seveml new students are r expected to enter at the opening of r thesearond quarter Mr Sylvester Watson of Grayson yUrneytemporarilyf studyingJbwIerfhan place of class work wing to the splendid weather quit JIftmber of nonresident pu pUs sent Saturdy and Sunday at their homes For Sale Housta and lots in Be vet Ky between 1 and 4 m Saturday November 1906 On the above date I will offer for sale at public auction bide r and large hotel building to removed from present lo by or before November j 1906 being the residence hptel property of the late- R J Daniel located just of the L C R R in er Dam Ky Two of these are 4room ges one a 3room cdttage pne a twostory residence nicely located and should be desirable I TERMS Onethird cash balance one ancK two years interest on deferred pay nts A V THOSIPSON Trustee Administrator fe Your Hair Sick TMS too bad t We had noticed it was looking pretty thin naturallycUd the way Ayers Hair Vigor is regular hair grower a per fect hair tonic The hair stops coming out grows Faster Ayersensair Vigor cures makes it strong and healthy rile beet kiDd 01 teatmontal 0080111 fOr over clxty yeas ncinr 1oor Abr SASSAPAR1LIA PILLS TS CHEfRY PECIOPAL 1 r- r r i ftk 1 srf Cupid Wid de Umbrell BY ROSSER W COBBE Copyright 1906 by Dally Story Pub Co Aw lace it out Cal Gee lobsterbunts Jimmy spoke to no one in particu larto everyone in general Yo do not have to be introduced to open a conversation at a baseball game i Hit ithit it Run you ice wagon run Policepolicestop dat guy hell try to make a home- out of a single Jimmie stopped suddenly feeling that everyone in the stand was looking at him Then he said in a more natural tone of voice to the man who sat beside him Dat guy is always overrunin de bog Hell get caught directly and de Sox need dis run DeII lose to day dough I sposc Dey always do on Ladies day I Come on you We want a hit Lookat dat guy run I Slide you lobster slide Dats do boy Nix nix NIX not in a hundred I guess ho dont know how to steal bases hey WellCome on Kido just a little hit ZING dats de one Home come home you elefunt daffIWhal11 The poor misguided individual known as the umpire had seen fit to call the gentleman on the bases disgustThetot quite agree with the verdict of the official and one in particular was so strenuous in his methods of showing his disapproval that he was immediately detached from the game and dispatched to the club house What again i Jimmy had again come into possession of his voice from which he had momentar ily been separated A piece of Iry Js popcorn in its descent had become slightly mixed as to its point of destination What again Gee dey coitainly got it in for dot guy Cal Evry day he gets sent to de bench De line o talk he hands dem umpires must be fierce Dat score would a tied de game Gee its goin to rain Rain it did and as the shower grew in violence the umpire called the game for 15 minutes at the end ofwhich time no cessation in the ownpourappearingto be likely he accd the grandstand hat in hand and made this announcement in his deep foghorn voice Game called Rain Then he solemnly walked to the clubhouse preceded by the players and followed by the jeers of the crowdMeanwhile Jimmie of the bleachers had not been idle Beneath the grand stand he had ten or twelve more or less disreputable looking umbrellas and these he now drew forth and proceeded to brush and slickup Rain on Ladies day I Why it was like finding money and when the crowd began to come of the main exit Jimmys profits outI gan Umbrclls Get a umbrell Dont let de ladies get wet Yessir one dollar One bone One buck Cheap at any money in dis kind o wedder The customers generally kicked at the price but Jimmie expected that However umbrellas at one dol lar a piece were better than umbrel las not at alland Jimmie was the Trust todayhelast one to the crowd Yes maam One dollar No j maam dats what I get for dem Only 80 cents Cant help it But you are surely here every afternoon and tomorrow Illcome and give you a dollar beside SeeIthis is all I have The young lady emptied the contents of her little purse into her hand Nix I hoid dat kind o talk before and it dont sound no good toI me Then Jimmie Jooked up into her face You dont look dough he con tinued with surprising frankness Has dough youd do a guy out a any ting She was very pretty this young woman and Jimmy who had never talked to a real lady before lost his head He knew just as soon as he had seen those eyes that he was going to discount the umbrcll to her and when Jimmie got to taking chances on money there was somcthin doin for Jimmie was a business man Just at that moment De GuyI come 1lIat is what Jimmie always Y alled him afterward He was big and brood and young and good to lookat Jimmie thought and with out a glance at the girl ho said amt UI dont know wheddcr its fcr sale or not Jimmie answered upIwas nearly lost Then he looked at the girl and Nope Dis lady is buyin dilllI Guyranl young lady turner red coughed and looked away Then Jimmie with j Both Turned Red Coughed and Looked Away that great head for business which willsome day make his name well known made a proposition Maybe you two live clost to each odder an f ydo wy dont you go home togedder Then events began to happen that kept Jimmie guessing for many a day He was telling his mother about it that night at the supper tableDen I guess de two 6 dem knowed each odder cause de Guy says kind o stiff like U F I mite be pmitted Miss Gray an she seemed willin only sho wouldnt talk So I seen dot dey was goin my way so1 butts in I says U Wot did you tink o de game and de Guy says U 0 all rite UI says It was a shame dat Cal got put out o de game He might a made de winnin run Den de Guy kinda looks at de Fairy an says U Dots the same way wit me son I was in De Game once but I got Uput out just wen I tought I was makin de winnin run U Well says I if de umpire would Vgive Cal de chanct 1 bet hissclCIboy give says me de chanct Oh I says you play too Whats your posish uWell he says I user to play foist but I guess Im on do bench now- uUp to dis time do Fairy aint said a void but now she butts in U Say she says to meIIn a ball game dont dey never give de players anodder chanct when deyve been put out o de game U Nope I says its against do rules De rules says dat de umpire cant change his decision Uell de Fairy says aint dere ever any ceptions dat proves de rule UXot in baseball I says Well says site and she looks de Guy right in de face Mere may not be in baseball but dere is in We datIa down in his jeans an hand me a big fivespot an grab me by de mitt an shake it up an down un slap moon dc back for a faredcwcll an its got me beat to deat if I knows what was bitin him Well anyway w en I loft em it had stopped rainin and de sun was slum and de Guy was grinnin and de Fairy was smilin and cveryting was lovely De Guy shakes hands wit me again an he says H Goodbyole pal Goodby ole Cupid wid de Umbrell HASNT FOUND IT OUT IA good woman is too good for any noonbut fortunately she doesnt know it I The Heart of Muchaclia BY CHARLES W CUNO Copyright 1906 by Dally Story Pub Co For the past two trips the stage that carried the bullion sacks from the Golden Xugget mine to Sonoru lied been robbed by a lone highwayman Ifaskoll superintendent of the mine stood at the window of leis rcoledIIfor its trip down the mountainside and its immediate shipment was im perative The men mostly Amer icans of the rougher class thud had drifted down into this seemingly Godforsaken Mexican country were already grumbling about their de layed pay and another weeks wail ing might provoke anything from n riot to a massacre The guard that had been sent with the bullion lull each time proved himself a coward Ilaskell knew not whom to send Into the range of his vision came the graceful figure of Dolores daughter of Senora Vnldes the half Mexican boarding housekeeper She was the one beautiful thing in all that barren wilderness Muchaclia little child her mother called her stillalthough she had grown into slender womanhood byiers in the camp They worshiped IexilanIThey hated the land the Mcxi 3113 and even the swiftscudding sand lizards but the Gold Nugget mine paid its men wellso they lingered toiled on and loved Mnehachi nut of allof them there was hut one upon whom she would even cast a glance The Boy they called hint He had drifted in from on one knew where a reckless daredevil whose face was so fair and boylike in con trast to their rough skins that The loy seemed as natural to say as if no really had not reached mans es tate And it was to meet The Bov hat Dolores was tripping downt lC steep trail to the mine tunnel The moment Haskell saw her on idea popped into his head He knew The Boy knew his courage admired his strength and knew also that he could shoot straight Ur loubtedly he was the man for the Million shipment Of the mans intecedcnts he knew nothing He must trust him to be honest and rust him he would lie opened the door Mwha hal he called Muchaclia The girl came obedient to his call Will you tell El Senor Boy that I wish to see him he said in Mex ican patios HSi Senor the girl said willing y She took n few steps hesitated ind turned back His itmay I ask the noble Senor 1 question Ilaskell nodded His it that the Senor wished him to go with the bullion tomorrow Haskcll smiled Hush Not a word to anyone he said Bnthow lid you guess it Muchaclia The girl colored beneath her dark kinHI heart told me she said lefiantly shaking out her black curlsListen noble Senor she said stubbornly he must not go for if he is killed I will ho as one dead My heart will be broken lint tho bullion The men are getting ugly I need a brave man like your Boy Ho must go Why is it Do you fear that he will turn coward like the resH The girl drew back with an injured air HlIe she cried disdainfully it is not that that I fear Dios mio it is only that he will bo too brave Then he is the man that I want The girls lips tightened Listen Senor she said have you forgotten the day that I warned you of ugly Pedro and his wicked knife Haskells face soCtlneduNo Muchaclia mia that I have not ho said earnestly you saved my life that day I said then if ever you should ask of me a favor that I could grant I would grant it I will keep my promise but if you ask this of me whom can I get to toke SURE CURE For AH Diseases of STOMACHLIVER I the bullion to Sonora TI The girl stood hesitant and then turned her face up to his with a great resolve in her eyes HI Gran Senor it is I that will do itYou he exclaimed incredu lously Think you I cannot shoot she cried fearful now that she had made the resolve that her request would not be granted Look I She i seized the pistol that hung in its holster by his side and leveled at a bald eagle that luvered almost overhead At the first shot the bird paused in its light quivered and an instant after came tumbling earth ward As ho fell five more shots rang out in quick succession und each time a scattering of feathers told that her aim was true Tri wenponhnekIs the Senor convinced sho cried Inm brave and besides would the bandit hurt a woman she queried limit J promiseChild Muchaclia Haskcll re plied with troubled miceuI have promised God forgive me I did not know you would ask this Hut you will kip your prom Iet If you insist Muchachn I can not refuse you It shall be as you say Imtbut my heart misgives me i1 if I could leave this cursed place I would go myself H I will not 10 hurt and I have your promise have I not she cried gayly Have no fear for me Senor olio for shame not to trust your Muchaclia Tomorrow it is at nine then And laughingly shaking her finger at him tell it to no one Good night Senor Duenna Xoches She waved her hand to him as sho tripped quickly down the mountainside fearful that in spite of his- promise he would recall his words and refuse her permission to go on the during trip The next day the stage rumbled away with but one occupant Muclia cha and her bullion sacks To her side the superintendent had strapped his pistol Down through the canyon the stage rumbled twisting and whirling almost over tho many She Reeled It Was the Boy abysses Then came a leveler stretch of country and the cowardly driver beautiful or rich black Use Quick Relief and Core Headache Backache Dizziness Malarh etc wmppca up ni9 norses tor u was just around the next bend that tho robber had last held up tho stage The horses rounded tho lend in safety and the driver was just draw ing a long breath of relief when Ping Itho off horse fell with a bul let through his heart TIm stage stopped with n lurch and as it did so a masked man sprang from the shelter ofit rock and advanced toward the stage a pistol leveled in either hand An instant afterward time door of the stage opened and Muclmcha stood in the doorway As sho did so a spurt of flame colic from tho pistol in her hand and the bandit fell dead Laughing lightly she ran to the prostrate form and snatched away the mask Her hand sought her heart Sho reeled She almost cried out It was The Hoy- A moment only did the shock weaken her She turned and walked steadily to the stage VnmosI I drive on I she cried Wo must ho in Slalom by three oclockThe Monastery at Sonora molds n Sister whoso face is strangely like that of Mnchiulm A HABIT Stella Mr Smith says his wife lIall you cant blame her she used to bo the best kicker in tho chorus too California Pacific Northwest r and Mexico CHEAP COLONIST RATES- in effect daily until Oct 31 1906 VIA MIIOUrl PcLac Railway OR Iran Mountain Route From St Louis or MemphisI Through Tourist 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UKVIVO It quickly and quietly reo VltaUt8elualWeakaeuBuhWasting DlmaMM and eOecUof ielfbut or torIudby starting at the seat of disease but U a great pSIecheekswareatoring LaitonhavingJIEVIVOno WoRIveAddreashOYAI For Sale by J H Williams Hartford Ky ROUG t RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY IagnRPlaAtae The Rongh River Telephone Co Is Independent owned and operated by home people Good service tat reasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is being constantly ex tended are as follows for 5 miniitej toII1 7V iI1rI 1 I f6Uqt O l l1 The lied ol clothes lo wear are lliosc made cipreisly for you cocditiomTbeSTRAUSS BROS CHICAGO MASTER TAILORS mgniikentIyIightrdthe txcluwre agency A line of over four hundred beautiful weavei teeahemPearl Tweddell Agent +l ++ +l ++++++++ ++++++3+ t1+ ++++ +o++++++++ ++++++4++ f DANK OF HARTFORD iIN IQIIA I1S1sIHra i i Capital StockM M 4000000 t I Stockholders Surplus Addij Liability 4OOOOOO I2OOOOO f i Securoty to Depositors 9200000E I fJ+ J W oonDI IIoLBROOx 1 + II P Dintors t JNO C TIOMASJJNOTMOOB et f FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Hartford Capital Stock I 25000 Surplus Profits12500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your flank Come i- nDIRECTORS GABS LIKENS ALVIN HOn liiRCH FEIIX JIM POLK STEVENS WAYNE GKIFFIN f 0 c f jjjBUSINESS COLLEGES ARE FAILURES acataloeue trerlssued commercial your worthless cheap BTBATTON BUaWEflB COLLIOE laularUle rGOOD ROADS Neecessary to Maintenance of The Rural Free Mall Routes announced the government will look more carfully the enforcement of its rule regarding the roads over which rural free de livery established The present requiring Roads traversed shall be kept good condition and unob structed by gates there must be unbridged creeksor streams dable any season of year many cases the residents along posed routes have made improve ments that enable them obtain rural delivery service but sometimes the efforts keep up roads are relaxed But the government has decided unless the roads travel by carries are properly maintain ed the service will withdrawn The Postoflice Departmentnow the carries reports roads and will stop the service where the highways question are badThe 35 973 rural delivery carries now employed cover 863363 miles daily and unreasonable pect them contend with neglected lackIingmon highways decent Whenever route discontinuedI the inhabitants themselves will be blame for for alive their 1 Cii4rfStNlsaat10c ln5nrillciteRndtownibC5U o pcpulatlon toy sutpnrt A GOOD schooh I 2 Such ichooli are conducted hy persons NOT quiUnv or make It a predict to travel about Ihelr ptron 3 There are If opportunities lor r their suchloeelities graduates to secure empormanllnI 4 The THOROUGH areloeatedln thelarger cities are con- ductedt by persons are qualified 3 The sradu Vs of business collezes maUdlin orlownlun secure ment tnt titles when thrown In InItitian with THOROUGH graduates high class schoolLas business have time to perlmentwiih Incompetents S nd f u+ T I ova a no a of pac bra school before deciding to throw away money for a training school BUT ANT Kr 4 It is that to is is in no not for at the In pro to to the that ed be calls on for on the in it is to ex to in a is to it if to own h4 who are who and defraud law any and who not arse the men here avv interest and ther duty to the public I they would give their reads vigorous and constant attention The idea that a rout once authorized is necessarily permnnent is a mistake Advise on the best road methods- is supplied by the agricultural Department and a neighborhood that hoses its rural delivery must itself bear this discredit for so unpleasant and humiliating an event The Way to Test Milk Did you know that some wicked milk men put an line dye in the milk to give it a rich creamy appearance If this has beendone itacan be detect ed by adding a little vinegar to the heatedmilk when curds of an orange hue will appear says John Peterson the food commissioner of Utah The fact that milk will keep sweet for fortyeight hours in a warm place is evidence that it has been tramped with by the addition of preserv tiyes j r Mothers Who Rust After a woman is 50 years old she might as well die Is the speech attribuated to a woman whorealized I for the first time that t she did not have first place in the estimation of her children The children have been growing possibly and the mother is where she was twenty or thirty years ago Mothers should try to grow along with their chil dren or the day will come when the youngsters will find them out just as i they did about Christmas and theIfairy tales when they were S WITH A RESERVATION I The Evidence Showed It But the Judge Didnt Belleve It A certain judge is noted for the strict impartiality with which he are rivns at decisions own when his personal bins is strongly the other wayOn one occasion having heard a certain famous ease he found him self impelled to give a decision ra ptignnnt to his own inclination- Do you mean you think the de fendant was not at heart a swin dler demanded an intimate friend Well said Judge X sol cnuily I took that evidence obroaM ilor a weekend with mo and studied it Then I brought it homo and spent more time on it Then I said in my decision So far as the evidence shows the defendant is an upright and honorable gentleman So far tho evidence shows he repeated slowly and with emphasis Then he leaned forward in his chair placed a hRlll1on tho others knee and exclaimed with an air of vimlicxtion UBut my friend 1 didnt any I belie veil it I w Broken Winded Horse Heaves is closely related to asth ma in the human family It is at tende with difficulty oE breathing and a sensatioiof constriction in the chest whezing generally accompan ied by u congh It U caused by overfeeding on clover etc but more particularly on chaff dry bran and oats and bulky food a great deal of which has generally to be eaten in order to obtain the requisite percenta reof nutriment Heaves is almost invariably ob i s ivtfl to exist in porportion as clov er is fed it is observed to decrease where land heretofore yielding clover has refused to produce it in paying quantities and it is also caused by animals being left in the stable for several days and during this time being fed the ordinary quantity of hay which they wquld have received were they at work Badly saved or dusty hay is a great producer of heaves Violent exer cistswhich unnaturally distends the lungs or an hereditary predisposition to the disease favors its appearance It has been considered common to both young and old Such animals do not stand workwell as the mus cular tissue ii soft and easily made to show the effects of fatigue A close stable is unsuited for any horse but particularly 80 for those suffer ing from this disease Turn out the r animal on pasture where there is no clover Cornstalks of laxative food will relive the complaint but the disease is incurable uriofsheepIA New 6r Alexander Graham Belli the man who inflicted upon the world the tortures of the telephone has for sixteen years been engaged in the more prosaic work of promul gating a new type of sheep His evolution is based upon the selection of ewes showing rudimentary nipples on their udders These have been nurtured and developed until every ewe has four functional nappies instead of the ordinary two found in all other sheep In some instances the nipples have increased to six so that Dr Bell is quite san guine that he will have no difficulty in fixing a type of quartonippled ewes which strangely enough are almost invariably the producers of twin lambs and it is along this line of investigation that the doctors ef forts have been directed One of the freaks this season is a ewe lamb bearing eight wellformed nipples The only inference that we draw from the doctors success is that lie is one man in a thousand who has eyes and can see something The trouble with most of us is that we do not pretend to see very much NOTICE Orders Ohio County Court regular terms 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 I members composing the same has heretofore decided that Elections to regulate the running of stock at j large in Ohio county Kentucky shall j be confined to the voting precincts in said county and it further ap i pearing that T Taylor and 31 other legal voters of Cool Springs voting precinctand ETWjlliams and 24 other legal voters of West Hart ford voting precinct and Sam Dunn and 22 other legal voters of Crom I well voting precinct and T E But ler 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 G 1906 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters in each of the said precincts upon the question Whether or not cattle generally shall be permitted to run at large in said precincts or any of them and it appearing that said partioners have deposited with this court the sum of 500 to defray the expenses of the election in each of the said precincts It is therefore ordered andadjudged that said question be submitted to the voters of said pre cinctsat the regular election No vember 6 1906 and 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 lor not they shall permit cattle generally to run large in their respect j ive voting precincts Notice of the submission of this question shall be publishedat least 20 days before the said election in atleast four is sues of the HAKTFOKD 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 precincts the question For or against the running at larmi of cattle in Cromwell 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 error was not regularly rendered at the regular September Termas was the intention of the court and the same is now entered Nunc Pro TuneCopy attest W S TINSLEY Clerk Ohio County Court Wrong Ways of Saving Dont save money by Using cheap soap You will ruin your complexion and hav to buy coldcream if you do Sewing in the dark Gaslight is cheaper than oculists bills Going without luncheon You will injure your health and digestion if you do- Walking when overtired to avoid car fares You save in money but undermine your constitution says home notes Overworking Nobody thanks you Ypu will be cross and irritablet and your husband will wish you were not so zealous Insurance Department of Ken tucky Frankfort Aug 13th 1906 Whereas The National Life Insurance Company located at Montpelier Vt possessed of the actual capital required under the laws of this Commonwealth and has com plied with all the requirements of said Ihws which are applicable to Life Insurance Companies incorpor ated by or doing business in other States of the United States Now therefore I Henry R Prewitt Insurance Commissoner for the State of K9ncuky in pursuanc of the authority vested in me by the laws of this Commonwealth do here by certify that C M Barnett and C E Smith of Hartford in the County of Ohio are authorized as Agents of the aforesaid Company to transact the business of Insurance for one year from Aug 1 1906 in this State as provided by the laws thereofIn Whereof I have hereunto subscribed myname and caused my official Seal to be affixed on the day and year first above written HENRY R PREWITT Insurance Commissioner S no Stretching it An American visiting Dublin told some startling stories about the height of the New York buildings An irishman who was listing stool it is as long as he could and then querriedYe seen our newest hotel have ye The American thought not Well said the irishman its so tall that we had to put the two top stories on hinges What for asked the American- So we could let em down till the moot went by sail Pat STRONG I Ieire la Again Is what Mrs Lucy StoY llofTilton Ga said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Curt Hundreds I of women art being re stored to perfect II tdy YOU may bt bitb nearly all the skk ness that womii I 1 tare It deprives the system of nourish mint and the delicate organs peculiar to I women suffer weaken sad bloom diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs I to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may be eaten It nourish the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia tour risings belching heartburn and all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat i Douuanusua14it NH ilit f htalthbythltrtm willlfyouwlllUk IndlgtttloncauMt lnpm4 taOSSWI-HaOCein sI 1k ea Ls I Solil by Z WAYNK UKItFIN 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 i 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 I at a bargain 10J 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 incorImalion House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings I four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information furnished I on application I A twenty acre tract two miles owensIboroneighborhood good barn and outbuildings j moderate dwelling and a fine well of water A bargain at 500 I 120 acres Rough River bottoms three miles West from Hartford I bounded by Rough river on South and public road on north 40 acres in excellent state of cultivation remainder well timbered with oak gum ash maple and hickory Good dwelling stable and other outbuildings Will sell land and timber together or either separate from the other 95J acres Rough River bottoms considered the richest soil in the neighborhood on what is known as the big ditch three miles West from Hartford All well timbered with firstclass oak gum ash maple and hickory Will sell timber and not the land or will sell land and reserve timber or will sell all together 200 acres of fine farming land at Dan Station on Owensboro branch 1 C R R 70 acres up land bal bottom will make 70 to 80 bushels of corn per acre About 60 acres in timber Three dwelling houses Good well water and early orchard iTerms onehalf cash balance on easy New two story frame dwelling in hallsILotGood well Situilted corner Fredrica and GriTfin streets Two thirds cash balance in 12 months A bargainI List your property with us We will find a buye- rBRRNETT i I I SMITH Republican Office Hartford Ky 4 CumbelandlTELEPHONE11 7 heres nothing the matter with my bUtll less I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and pltice ol business My business baa increasedand my wifes voice is never heard to grumble about the Telephone j Yours for good scivlce and gentlemanly competition T J JWORGflN Mgr Qho County ClrcoltConrt TF Ulrkbead Judge Ben D Jtlngo Attorney Oscar JlIdklB Jailer EdO Unrrnae Clerk Freak L Fells Muter Com mluloner Y L Uoielty Trustee JurjrFnnd t B D Mnrtln Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sheriff 8 A IJratcher L P Croirder EH Megan Grant udayweeknand third Monday In May and Norember two weeks County Conrt AV II Taylor Jndfce VfH nartlordmonth MoudaIIICourt of Claltne Convenes ant Monday In Jan OctoberOther DewsSchool M CoronerJln Puattcs courts 23aptember211Septloher5 4 Septmber S W1t Edge Fordsvlllo March 23 June 2 a r September 27 Decent her 28rII U Chamberlain BedoMorch Jane September 28 December 29- llerbect Uend r Centertown March 30 June ct3 2e wJoinSeptember 39 December 31 SZmrtfordXcllc Court AttorDvene second Monday In each monthaw e1Meach month at 11 Am and 7 p mabd leeoa meetlngeveryWedntlday nighDelorePrg7srmatingOnrdoer pastor C P Church Servlcee tint Sundrfy In each monthatllamaad7pm Rev J D liarLed pastor SOlnaPendleton WCr01lDaDrOctSoclatleo A O U r mreh IIrat and third Friday nights In each moJfh MaaoalnMondayHartford Tent No M Knight of the Mace nightI hntghtsof Pytbl lntarmeetinge8atnrdeybefore5rstSundaytaeecl month Southern Railway 4 Shortcsfani Fastest Lines iJ Ont 1 LOUiSllIeDa i rPTUSLiofflsunOtfloWesITwo through solid from Danville to St 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Huu dare you I wonder if you are stillB gentleman and if you have forgotten that I am a lady Yes sir 1 am a lady remember it Fast and angry came the words springing up from a cozy hammock swinging between two apple truce Tier forum bad been showing to the best advantage as she lay there Jn a mot becoming gown of soft inn terra gracefully raped with bice the sunbeams playing in her golden tresses and the delicate tints of the tippleblossoms in the background made n never to he forgotten piN turn She hind been feigning sleep when her coll ill Arthur approaching si lently coughed a little lo wake her up Butt this being unsuccessful lie gently leaned over her and encir cling her graceful head with his hands implanted a long and sweet kiss on her forehead white as the lilyof the valley It is hard to say if it was the kior till pressure of the hands on the temples Perhaps the kiss was too long hut Arthur could not duplicate it for TCdilh stood up her cheeks and forehead covered with indignation She was looking like a peach mill he felt a great inclination to transgress again but the indignant eyes although he compared them to some precious flollliI kept him away How dare you Emphasizing her words with little stamps of her foot and grinding her pretty French heels into tho turf Flave you be come n rnllian since your two years of alMcme in Paris What do you take me rIi Do you still believe yomvctf in lite Quarlier Latin when girls may be found lo submit to 8Urh Importunities What Oh what Hut she was out of breath leer fate was pale and her eyes had a suspicion of moisture in them Arthur wnv his chance and home diatuly availed himself thereof spy ing Whnt do T take you for I lake inir Nt Distinctive Style GrCltI Variety Mot oztte ease the first rtuy worn the best tlit worM produces at their cost sTwo are the distinguishing features of the Kirg Qnnlftj Shoes for men that haw vaiused then to he favoTwdl fceyoml till other lions Shoes in the world The seasons new styles in Pntent Colt Vici Cordovan Ytlonr suid Box Calf are noir ready The purchase 11f owe pair of King Quality Shoes at 3 50 400 orGO will weld you to ourSho department for all time trv come Barnes Special ShoesF- or iiij xrira 125 150 200 2 50 and 300 are the cream ofthe worlds productions at here price+ Our showings in strong sturdy good v nrmg Shoes for tho col 3 muddy weath r for nitD ami boys are take that deliclorar kiss I could noti resist I did not expect you to awaken and 1 not euly sorry that How Dare Yeuv Slot I could not repeat Ifwfiflfense Your anger is quite iii h know but I did not expect stick a firry from you I am ready dear tv give back what I have stolen if jm are willing Enough J 1 tost not trilling keep your Moor jfes tor yourself 1 will not tIC u arty to them 1 am disappointed IB yore I do not find the j lly cmoaot anti the refined gentleman 1 rcn H Ber of two years ago when you 3cft tti study medicine Go away J tfh not want you to sit ao close lo nr But There is no 2urfr And do not look nt me jn the vjvt tike that 1 am not taking any JVcrisiaii gallantries What There iDO fftafr Listen to me she said iiiemently You j iilragcd my fnag and I am right to protest More than that you greatly diaij iufr are The first time you sty we alone after two yours of absence Jtu take advantage of my solitary attp inl the orchard mind insolently loss UJp onr the forehead J wonder uiat Bug produced such a change in jw since we parted 1 was alwojB wpecting you lo return a polished iron Now may 3 Anne t word pleaseYes justify jnarsclf iiYou can Your cousin Aitftur Hasmlnrned Ue same sa crcr Ttx hasJdsws only for you The ebsogt ifo not on his side Seriously spanking before I left for abroad saw could not have II IVY everything a customer could demand Our years of suc cessful Shoe retailing places us in a position to serve you better and morn satisfactorily than any concern in this country Our one price system enables the poor judge to buy as cheap Hi the professional Shoo buyer Buy your shoes from us and got rig1t treatment Queen Quality Shoes forIWomenO- ur exhibit of the fall styles of Queen Quality Shoes for Women is now ready The display is instructive as an exhibit of tint correct Shoo fashions which all America will bo wearing and we roque t the favor of your ins spection entirely regardless of whether you desire to Juy or not Priced at 300 a 50 and 100 lit ladies line Shoes priced at 150 175 200 and 250we are showing tho well established Priosmeyer Brand in lad Patent Leather and Box Calf 101 pair made as solid and honest as Uncle Sans silver dollar They arc the standard the world over by which all Shoe values are measilred And to know that you buy the same grade of Shoe as cheap as anybody else cnn buy them at this store is a source of permanent satisfaction Our line of Ladies Misses and Childrens Heavy Shoes for schooland outdoor wear are everything your needs re quire Kangaroo Calf Box Calfwith good honest Soles Heels and Counters Workmanship and materials first class Warm Lined Shoes for old women Ladies priced 125 150 105 175 and 200 Misses and Childrens 75c 85c 100 125 150 S75 allowed me to wake you in any way except by a kiss I was tempted to on several occasions and 1 even had at times suspicion that you were feigning sleep when I carte to spend the rtfternoon with you in the orchard Hut you forget that I was only 17 at that time and now I am 19 I am a lady amt you must know Hurt a lady does not allow a gentleman of 2I to kiss hereon the forehead when they are alone in an or chardIn spite of her defense Arthur satin the hammock that swung a little under the pressure of his foot on the ground The curve of tho ham mock brought them very close together his arm leaned behind her forming a rest for her head Does that mean he says that having grown a lady you do not care any more for my love and kissesShe smiled in triumph at the sit nation lie continued Would that mean that being a lady of 19 your heart is no more as it was at 17 Could that mean that you have another loveThe change is on your side sir You promised to complete the en gagement on your return You have been staying here since yesterday and your cool behavior is at vari ance with your former ardor It is your fault I was to tell you that I had your fathers consent and to put upon your finger the en gagemeiit ring I knew you were in tolyowl very tenderly and you fly intj a fury Oh That kiss that kiss again I tell yon there is no excuse for it Even now lI1rs than ever How is it Explain it to ntYou have no excuse for having placed a kiss on my forehead A curious little change had taken place in her face the angerreal or inudatedhad died out leaving a rosy blushing happy face and she whispered so quietly that he had to listen intently to hear it You might have kissed me on the lips THE FIRES OF IMAGINATION A couple of Americans we ro in Dccliu an English lira station One of them addressing the chief engineer said Do you know in Xciv Yorkwe ate a nineinch hose not a paltry threeinch such as you have hcreIOh 1 replied the chief that small hose is for watering thin station this 2inch hose is what we use at fires Besides it saves the use of a tire escape for when we want to senda man up to the of a building we just turn tho water on and he is there in no tulleij Yea remarked one of the visitor hut how does he get down again I Well replied the engineer ho simply places his arms round the jet of water and slides down IISHATTERED DREAMI A soft air shook tho honeysuckle vine and puffs of delicate perfume I ClarllncudonoIt was as though the slim and beau tiful girl were in his eyes a goddess he said each time I IuDarlin makes a better man of meA voice from above cried harshly What nil you now then saint or archangel A burst of ribald laughter time rattle of a closing window and I once more the night was bathed in holy calm- REMARKABLE SUMMER SCHOOL Far above the level of the sea fenIIH summer wheals of the United States About 111 states aro represented with nearly 2000 in average attendance The students consist of teachers from kindergartens to university professors the work of the school covers topics adapted to eycry grade from the primary school to philosophy mind higher mathematics Nearly lf0 courses are offered Special attention is paid to drawing music nature study train and economics The school is held in association with the UniI i versify of Tennessee Perhaps the most interesting feature of this school is the creation of a national guild of play and the recognition of plav as an important methodof ed Cloaks and Furs Wo are the Cloak people of the Green River Torritory The increasing sales in this depart I ment more fully demonstrate that I the people look to us for the correct styles and the best values in Ladies I Misses and Childrens Cloaks To fully meet this increasing demand for our Cloaks we have a greater variety and a much target stock than ever before All the now Plaid Grays Black Castors and Browns are represented in our ladies show ing f1elllut UO 500 7Si 800 1000 1200 1500 Misses 10 to 18 years old priced at 200 toO 100 500 700 up to 1000 Children in hear Skin Chinchillas Plaids and Solid Colors Price 100 Iso 200 250 5100 100 5 MillineryI- n all our experience in Millinery MlIing wo have never had a more attractive or mare cNelusiv lint of Ladies Misses and Children Hill titan this Mason That they are all that good style and good taste demand is fully evidenced by the tremendous sale to tho mast discriminating dressers of tJw country The choicest shapes that for style and attractiveness are the wonder nf the Millinery Art You are invited to come and tWO this novel exhibition of New Full Milliners ikilinn A iiniinie feature Is un IIi Ilr guild or league of national ciory tellers COERCED ressSo shes engaged to IrI toIprnjrtfciC lessI dont believe he did come lo do it but she was determined not to let him go until he did TURN ABOUT In prosperity the proud man knows nobody i in adversity nobody knows him 0 HERBERT Oct 22Mr Van Baker of Flo ral was in this community Sunday Mr and Mrs Obe Burdett were the guests of Austin Crowe and family of Whitesville Sunday nndI beling Miss Mabel Miller has returned from a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs J P Gilmore of Fordsville Mr John Saunders and family and Miss Emma Henton of Render are spending the week with Guy Hinton Mrs Sadie Taylor of Haynesville is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs F V Miller Mr Herbert Haynes made a flying trip to FIQral Sunday Ira Crowejias purchased the farm of Wm Crowe of this place fI-n Memory of departedthisyears Uncle Nat was aminer and had been for many years About 9 oclock Tuesday Oct 9 a rock fell on him breaking his back and both shoulders His youngest son and his nephew ran to his assistance but they were too late Uncle Nat was known all over the community He has toiled hard through life but oh his troubles and trials are past He HomeIno nor sorrow He leaves a wife four children an aged mother two sisters and eleven brothers Weep not dear wife God knows best Uncle Nat is not dead but sleepeth He has paid the debt we all must pay A V B CENTERTOWN- Oct 24G R Carson has closed 11 Louisville Live Stock mil rl et rlTT11- ludvbnlebertrr 1 r4 I rb- IntrI bntabrrsl i ru ItI hutsI trier t1ia i 60 i 1nlr tit inHxl liatrhrrhrttm R I Ofta iChoir Lgtrher tow 3 2 n 3 iI FatrtnvnM lintrhr ruws s Mfi 3 85- Ob lrr Hllili rown as to fi 40 M 00IChnlalactlnnrwwb4uh 0fA Mpllmu pnrkrr Iftti toKW IJn C 10 tlcllf Kllll r1o III Ira nn bib- horvplrixrule nn NnriatSblUni9i rntriiBor il sliwji M n r GO Chuln lliilUK liimlm A Iit ft G M 11110IProduce Market IHartford llnutord Commission Co n 1itonra country IIIe IIMcu imQ iewtentbrr prrpounJM +0e r1m ISc lien re Hptln f Chickens Ic Incklntt batter lId ItoniUri fiMjiitfnDd oltl30back per pound fIc Turkeys 6 ft 711 400iTHE SINGER1II OR Wheeler Wilson- i If in need of a Singer or Wheeler and Wilson Sewing Machine I will bring one to your house and show you thq work and make prices to suit tho times on easy payments Also have repairs for all makes of machines Office at my residence patronagesolicited Hartford Ky out his stock of groceries here and will open a new store a Bishops on the M HE R R Dexter Reneer have added wa vstock of groceries to their harness store S R James has moved to his home on Church St theSaleeCharlie Heflin has moved to Or movedtoW A Tichenor and family Ow ensborohave comeback to our town into Bishopare ontheto be up- ic t