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Iii t artffr Utpublican Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL f1Nll IT IN THE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year YOLoXIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY y FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2 1906 No 16 GOVERNOR BECKNAM Makes Special Plea for His Elevation to Senatorship Attempt to Arouse Hearers With Old Goebel War Cry Falls Flat Gov J W Dcckliam was given a patient hearing at the Court House last Friday by a crowd which cpm fortably filled the hall It was however made un largely of women and children and Republicans The Governors friends had left no stone unturned to secure a large crowd eviii resorting to the postal card plan and it Is said several thousand were sent out over the county to the faithful urging them to cone out to meet the Governor Irobab ly no more unresponsive audience ever listened to a speaker in Hart ford Whether sty went away con verted or not it seemed certain to an unprejudiced onlooker that the crowd was cold toward the speaker throughout his address- It is but just to say that the Gov ernor makes a good speech for him self While it is a special plea al most entirely in the interest of his candidacy it is well gotten up and no one can hear him without admir ation for the ingenuity with which he puts the best foot forward for his administration In an introductory speech of ten minutes Judges J S Glenn undertook to deny certain charges which have been made against the Govern or One of them that of drunken ness To prove the utter falseness of this accusation the Judge undertook to file the Governor as nn ex hibit Said be look at him Does he look like a drunkard i4 Now Gov Beckham naturally has a florid faceand under the embarrass ment of this unfortunate peison1l reference with all eyes riveted up on him his face got redder and redder until red did not describe it The smile which went around thy audience vas dmost audible The attempts of Judge Glenn and Gov Heckham to stir the audience with references to the sainted Goe bel and slurs at Gov Taylor fell flat The characterization of Sena tor Goebel as the greatest produc tion of Kentucky in a generation was received by the people with deathlike stillness Showing that they are absolutely tired of having that Std trouble dug up and thresh ed out in every campaign Whatev er may have been the mistakes committed by Republican leaders during those dark and trying hours of our States history the people Remember that in an election held by the 1 Democrats the entire State Repub lican ticket was elected by majori ties ranging from 1100 to 3000 and that the result was BO certified by Democratic State Election Commis sioners It was then that Goebel and this same Beckham instituted a groundless contest before the Legis lature to thwart the will of the ma jority in that election The reign of terror to which Gov Beckham alludes and takes credit for saving the State from was brought about by himself trod those associated with him in that unholy contest In his speech the Governor side steps National politics not even of fering a reference to the peerless William Jennings His efforts were principally confined to criticisms of the official acts of Sepator McCreary and General Hays who is a candi date for Governor and has been making vigorous attacks upon the State administration of which he is a part His statement that the Bradley administration ran the State In debt a million dollars is not borne out by the facts When the Bradley administration came into power it found the State in debt more than a million dollars represented by out fslanding warrants hawked about the State by the money changers Every one will remember that they had tope discounted about 25 per cent to realize anything upon them It is not true that the Republicans were in control of the State They were never in control of Kentucky in the history of the party When they had the Governor and the I House of Representatives the Democrats I had the Senate It was with the consent of this Democratic Sea ate that at the special session of the Legislature in 1897 a revenue meat ure was enacted bonding 500000 of this indebtedness and providing for tho payment of interest on the current l warrants which made them good for their face value This in debtedness contracted under Demo durlingTho raise of 21 cents in the tax rate which was done to sleet the interest on State warrants was supported by Gov Beckham then a member of the House of Representatives The Governor defended the ma chine declaring that if ho had of flees enough at his disposal he could make every Democratic oflice seeker a good machine advocate He did not say as much but it is to be pre sumed that this is the reason his late Legislature created so many seem j ingly needless oflices They were I used to stop the mouths of the op pusition This may be good meat for the machine but it is hard on the tax payers who with all the money collected from the National Government without those needless offices and additional salaries might be given a tax rate of 40 cents in stead of CO cents and 10 per cent added by an allwise State hoard of EqualizationIThe appearance in Hartford may somewhat stem the tide against him here but the indi cations are that Senator McCreary will carry the county Mr A W Davidson Dead Mr Asa W Davidson one of Hartfords best known citizen died last Friday morning at the home of his son Mr J E Davidson of bilious troubles of which he had been a sufferer His daughter Mrs MIjSujlarrllod daughter Mrs Sopha Fowlkes did tint arrive until Saturday mid the holdiI Funeral services were conducted by Rev J A Lewis at Liberty church Sunday at 11 oclock after which interment took place in the family burying ground Mr Davidson was a soldier in they Federal army during the Civil War I and always took a keen interest in all movement leading to the organi zation of the old veterans His demise will be keenly noted by Preston Morton Post of which he was u leading member as well as by a host of relatives and friends Mask Halloween Party at The Rink The mask party representing all nationsat the rinkWednesday night was a pronounced success There were many bright costumes worn and all were creditible The differ ent nations were represented as fol lowsAmericaMrs Yewell Uncle Sam Grosie WilliamsjU S NavyMrs Simmerman Japan Miss Cassie Riley Norway PeasantMiss Ruth Riley HollandMiss Lorena Saun ders TurkeyFrank Foreman Mex scanE G Barrass Gypsy Miss Ella Moseley Scott Highlander Ernest FieldsJewEmory Schroter IndianMiss Maggie Gunther American Soldier Evans Calais Great Britain Miss Laura Morton IndianMiss StellaWcerner Persian Girl Miss Gladys Duke Soldiers Ney Foster McHenry Holbrook I Douglas Felix and Sidney Williams Mr Grossie Williams won the prize a pair of Nickle Ball Bearing I Skates Special mention was made of Mr Emory Schroeter as the Jew I inIIhave done credit to a professional I impersonator I l Tfye Judges were Prof and Mrs L N Gray and Dr and Mrs EB Pendleton and their decision was endorsed by the large crowd present Q- J I I I i HON JV1 L HEAVRIN Fourth District Ilupuolfcaii nominee for Congress SECRERARY SHARP Gives Excellent Advice Concerning tJeliveryof Tobacco n tIPooling Houses At a meeting of the Finance Como mittee of the Greetr River District held at Owensboro last Saturday it was decided that the pooling houses for said district should be opened November 15 for receiving the 190G crop of tobacco In regard to stripping and delivering saidcrop we think a word of caution should be given to those entitled to pool- their tobacco IW should not strip late rappy to bacco for early deliveries as it would lose weight so much it would be unfair to those who had their tobacco well cured Also we should be careful to keep our dam aged tobacco separate from that which is sound We will get better grading by doing BO Also your grades will be higher if trash and lugs are not mixed in same hands The same is true with lugs ard leaf Lets exercise a little care in these matters and get better grades when we deliver and therefore more satisfaction in our dealings In all respects let us practice Equity Re member that thQ incentive for giving short weights has been remov ed hence we should put our tobac I co in the best possible condition I Locals dont forget about appoint ing your vigilance committee to look after our pooling interests as recommended by our county union Said committee should be prompt in reporting to Finance Committee any one who has pledged his tobacco andattempts to dump same Like wise any one who did not pledge and should attempt to pool M F SHARP Secy Finance Committee I Splendid Attendance at the Col lege for October The attendance in the various de partments as shown by the teachers monthly reports is as follows Primary monthly enrollment 44 average number of days attended per pupil 17 average number of pupils attending each day 37 cases of un excused tardiness 6 per cent of at tendance based on enrollment 84 on belonging 91- Intermediate monthly enrollment 42 average number of days attended per pupil 18 average number of pupils attending each day 38 cases of unexcused tardiness 3 per cent of attendance based on enrollment 91 on belonging 92 Grammar monthly enrollment 55 average number of days attended per pupil 19 averages number of T pupils attending each day 32 cases df unexcused tardiness 4 per cent of attendance based on enrollment 93 on belonging 95 Suh collegiate monthly enroll ment 35 average number of days attended per pupil 18 average number of pupils attending each day 32 cases of unexcused tardi ness 2 per cent of attendance based on enrollment 92 on belonging 95 College monthly enrollment 64 average number of days attended per pupil 19 average number of pupils attending each day 61 cases of unexcused tardiness 8 per cent nf attendance based on enrollment 96 on belonging 96 Total yearly enrollment in all de partments is 240 The average number of pupils attending each day in all departments except the business and music departments is 200 The total number of nonresident students is 38 This number will be materially increased next week at the opening of the second quarter A number of prospective students who have been expecting to enter for some time have decided to wait until next week which by the way will be an excellent time to enter it being the opening of a now quarter Thusfor the students are do ing well in the quarterly examina tions which are now being conduct led in all departments Anumberof the boarding students visited their homes Saturday and Sunday Quite a number who have not visited home since schoolopened have been granted permission to vis it their parents Saturday and Sun day Among these are Andrew Glenn and his sister Hattie and James Glenn all of Muhlenberg county Forest Salmon of Daviess county and Orney Watson of Gray son county Death of J W Ezell J W Ezell died October 9th near Games Ark of brights disease He left Horse Branch Ky December 25th 1900 to make his home in Ar countyLike he was in Kentucky he had many friend Mr Ezel was livingI with his fourth wife who was the widow Raley J W Raley Rosine i Ky He leaves four children all of whom are married S W I Important NoticeIWe have added a stock of building material such as Sash Doors Col umns Moulding Etc Yellow Pine Flooring Ceiling Metal Paroid and Paper Roofing in short anything you may nerd in the building line We will saw your logs and plane your lumbers Call and see us BEAN Boos Hartford Ky I FOUND DEAD In Adams Fork Creek Under I C Bridge Was Bill Ho- lieimer Special tn TilE ItKrutiLiCAx Narrows Ky October 30The dead body of Bill Hoheimer was found lying In the bed of Adams Fork under the I C railroad bridge two miles north of here by n passerby early Monday morning Esq W A Dean was notified and held an inquest over the body The 1natural inference that Hoheimer struck by a train was dis sipated upon an examination of his ofIent from the circumstances that he- i had gone into the creek for the pur pose of getting some water to take glassIfound on his person He had care fully placed his fiddle on the water barrel at the end of the trustle and descended the bank on the south side of the creek The creek bed is wide at this point but only a small stream of water was running along the north bank In crossing the slimy creek bottom he had fallen once but staggering to his feet walked afew feet further near the water where he fell and died with out an apparent struggle Hoheim er formerly lived near Horton where it is reported he has a wife and several children but it is said that he has not been living with them lately Hoheimer was last seen alive morningr where his body was found later He had been suffering with dropsy for some time and the Coroners jury ascribed his death to that disease The identity of the unfortunate man was not fully established until late in the day and the arrangements already under way for the burial of the body in a local graveyard were proceded with without notice to his immediate family DeverDuncan On Thursday October 25th at 8 oclock a m at the brides home near Sulphur Springs Mr J W Duncan Whitesville and Miss Myr tie Dever were united in marriage in the presence of a large crowd of relatives and friends Mr Duncan is one of Daviess countta most prom ising young men while the bride is a most beautiful and accomplished youug lady and a daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Dever RevT J Ac ton spoke tke words that made them one We predict for them a happy and prosperous life T A J At the Hotel During Week- V L Fulkerson Oma Maddox John Fulkerson and Ersa Adding ton Smullhons Warren Taylor J cromIwellBaker Beaver Dam S 0 Keown I smallIhousBerryman Wysox C W Ranney I Select J C W Beckham Bards town H G Tandy Frankfort A V Rowan Heflin W M Addington Smallhous Wm Monroe Rosine j E Maddox Rockport Alonzo i Narrows Robt E Her WesterIfieldMoseley city E P Foreman Nar rows M J Truman Fordsville S j L Fulkerson Rockport GB Likens city J C Hughes Beaver Dam W H Hobbett Owensboroi aE Has well Louisville EItil Park city Chester Keown city W H Craig LouisvilleIH R Barnard Lola Walker Lizzie mSanderfur Madie Parks and Ethel Thorpe Williams Mines Annie Duncan May Duncan McHenry Pearl Pate Beaver Dam JO McKenney R S Barnard Dee Williams John Francis V Bishop Joe Nail Taylor Mines Claude McKenney Beaver Dam Grossie Williams R L OBrv an Roscoe Rendpr E Schroeter- E G BArrass Gleve Her Hattie S nt1A l1icS Cj At774fRW Barnett Katie Thomas and Stella Warner city Sam Reinstein Louis ville Sam F Roberts Louisville J W Weber Evansville M Solomon St Louis Chas H Bennett Louisville T C Gillette Owensboro T J Stevens Beaver Dam A F Downs Evansville J L Howard Louisville R Wheatley Louisville N J Rains and Roy Rains Rosine q q Eleven Cent Corn Not All About the same time that the far mer referred to in the story from Indiana which appears elsewhere in these columns was buying a buggy for 55 and paying for it with 500 bushels of corn at 11 cents a bushel other farmers in Nebraska were selling spring lambs to the butchers for 2 a piece while full grown sheep were sold in Ohio county for 50 cents a head Now the Nebraska farmer gets 50 cents for his corn and 57 for his lanbs and sheep in Ohio county sell at 350 to 4rFOR THE BUSY READER v President Roosevelt will leave + Washington next Tuesday on the Mayflower on his trip lo Panama 1- x Tt Proceedings to disbar Judge Wil liam Beckner one of the leaders in the State bar were resumed at Win chester but no decision was given s by the trial Judge Y Two electric cars were derailedon a bridge ever the throughfare near Atlanta City and about 60 people were killedor drowned The throghfare is an arm of the ocean and is spaned by a long bridge used by the West Jersey and sea shore railroad A miniature reproduction of the log Cabin in which the Cumberland Presbyterian church was organized was unvailed at the meeting of the loyalist synod at Hopkinsyille Wednesday and an affecting scene followed as the ministers and delegates sang The Old Log Cain Is Good Enough for Me MATANZAS Oct 30Some of the farmers have began gathering corn The crop is very good but owing to the recent wet weather is damaged some Mrs Mary Henry and daughter Mrs Durham of Central City visit j- ed the family of J D Bell last week D1I Williams and Miss Ethel Tichenor were quietly married at the brides home at this place last Wed nesday evening Rev L W Tich enor officiating Their many friends extend congratulations- T H Taylor and Miss Tryphena Lindley went to Owensboro Saturday and got married They are deserved ly popular and they have the best friendsIdied the 18th illness of Was con ducted the following day from the Baptist church hereby Rev A B Gardner after which the remains were laid to rest in the family graveyard on the farm where she was raised She was very popular and will be greatly missed The com munity joins in extended condolence to the bereaved family She leaves a mother father husband one sister and one brother to mourn her loss Prof W C Overhults Snullhous was the guest of friends here last Sunday evening Miss Annie Bishop is spending this week with her sister Mrs Joe Bullock nearSmallhous Warren Lindley and daughter Mary went to Hartford last Mon day H D Luck and wife went to Bowling Green last week For Sale A 90 acre farm half river bottom 30 acres timber i miles from Green river 1J mile from Paradise 4 miles from Echols 5 miles from Rockport S miles Has good five room delbarn50x50 plenty of water srnaJ orchard price noo DARN ITSnru Hartford Ky e THE BROWNS VISIT MARION Street Singing and Preachin- For Last Several DaysI They Are Composed of Two Fam ilies and Have Been Trav eli ngforSeveral Years The Browns are here says the Crittenden Record C r it ten den county and Marion people will re member the Browns They have been coming to Marion every yea for some time and generally hot services in the court house yard Sometimes they stand on the side of the pavements and from ther they sing pray exhort testify an preachThey are composed of two fami lies The oldest and largest man is Mr Granville Overton Brown and fhejs the minister His family with him is composed of Ida Brown Gra ie Brown Mary BrownWebher Brown and Wilbur Brown The smaller man is Mr Henry Logan Brown and his family with him is Annie Brown Clifton Brown Josie Brown and Lelia Brown These people are from Ohio cour ty Kentucky Their former home is on Green river seven miles abov Livermore and twelve miles from HartfordThese two Brown families have been traveling five years and have been in several different States They travel by train or livery team or boat and when located in a city during the winter time are self supporting Last winter they stayed near Hartford Winter before last they stayed in Kansas City Mo When the Browns were here before there were two girls with them that are not with them now It seems that cupid played an important part and they both married One lives injPaducah and one in Beech Grcve KyThose people all belonged to the Southern Methodist church and were r nil raised in that churchIThey leave here this week and go to Tolu From there they go to Paducah where they will spend the winter These Browns are certainly people who are dead in earnest When a man will sell his property and give the proceeds away and start to preaching and trust the Lord for everything it stands to reason he is dead in earnest Also there are the dependent families to think of They must be in earnest and they must be honest but whether their course is expedient or not we are not prepared to say- Fortunate Missourians When 1 was a druggist at Livonia Mo writes T J Dwyer now of Graysonville Mo three of my customers were pemanently cured of consumption by Dr Kings New Discovery and are well and strong today One was trying to sell his Property and move to Arizona but after using New Discovery a short time he found it unnecessary to do so I regard Dr Kings New Dis a as the most wonderful medi ttineand Cold cure and Throat and Lung healer Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Druggists GOc and l Trial bottle free Good toads are MoneyMakers IuurltrJunranl New York sets a good example toI Kentucky and all other States in its plan to spend 5000000 to 100000 000 on the improvement of its roads Good roads are always a good in vestmtmtsand it is the economic val ue of the improvement that is ap pealing so strongly to New York A people as to move them to the pro posed expenditures The experts have figured that the economic waste caused by bad roads in the empire State and which will be eliminated by the new system accounts to 88 I I sublstuntialmoreover The value of farm lands contiguous to the improved highways will be increased from 5 to0 an airo Thus the out lay will put money into the farmers purses us wet I6 render their transportation 1aviiitiud butter reduce the cost IFw111ul tsocial relations among neiyti j ibori Not only will the farmers he j ibenifitcd for with the system oil roads it will be possible for anlotno j e ibiles to travels in any part of the Stateii lr plan is to provide fur 50000000 thocxpcrrcly aState bond issue The NZ1iJd1f is to be borne by the counikx TUne retur vdlsaxpendg try has spent 3OQIYJm1 it1 highway construction iv recent years It was ono of heafsrttpuofitahle investment France JKBtveir made Good roads arc 4nmadtouay State can lose nweay went on Miem This is something ur svar f American State and wig set Kentucky to think it over To protect tbefiVitearaes and for the information and satisfaction of bottddy Cascasweet law been placed on every label Cucaswcet is a Yegetnblde r eficial effects on tbeztomaalis of babies and children Recommended and sold by all Dn gsts STORY FROM BWfANA Which Gives the WgJt Cost o Living a Knockuot Blow i Those people who ais s concern ed about the high test of living and callereI trusts can read feeibllowing with no littleintcrcstsR ii considerable amount of constcnoiion John L Moorman of KuoxBepablican Dis trict Chairman JOT the bath Indiana Congressional Dbtesct recently said We are having 3cvr speeches in the 13th District Aiout aU we d- up o there is to tell one atouy and it seems to do the weak better than speeches Listen Hot tang ago a farmerin Nebraska Bryans State went to a buggy denies to buy a buggy HefoundQUMc that suited him and the priv3S62 The farmer happened li lemember that about a dozen jcora ago he had bought abuggy jnieit from the same dealeror 55 aai he mention the fact The Scales went to his I books and foundto be true Butsaid the dealer my books show that you did not jtow cash for it be cause you did not irrn the money You haulded In 500 bushels of corn and gave it to me toy the buggy Now Ill tell you vJatl wiUdo h you are willing lobang me now 500 bushels of com l llj2Vft you theJ 62 a seTsil tr worth 125 walkjingto money I The dealer could iirra carried out the proposition 1w fur corn is worth fifty len z bushel now while at that tiirr v1S worthonly eleven cents A more eloquent or convfncing speech in later nT continuing the Republican party m tower cannot be uttered IInMrs I G Miller was torn Sbv 20th 1844 and died Oct 17th 2 W She was loving companion a kind and af fectionate niothtr 1nd a good Chris ian woman The fanuly circle is one chair oit the old hearth beIearth we can nul br on the otherJ shore where loved usnmoet no more never can forget flits nolce- Made j my heart itytice j Tho I have wandevi Glod knows where Still I remember matfjeas prayer Wheneer I think afSeiJo fear- I feel her angeJ spirit near voice comesAwis the air RemindingOTu ofa otbe J prayer Dear mother has gona- To that landon iijjhc I Her mission here Jsibne She has reathiil fiaicmtifur skies j She is in the Heavfcii5 Kngtlom Where loved stet hoia be foreTTis there she has z7 eP irtet them To wait for us nti ie dooTWas it not hard tcrir3 he + Though God knwo CtIHe has taken her to 3er home To be forever at jwt and d3draadb nottvcciv Though your heisrt He riven N You have beyond lim gloom A guiding star Snlfeaiam Ohmay we all strive Oh To meet manextee Where we may KJntajjIive In Gods lui mwi and care lfuJEJD e PRICE SCEDULE gBy National Convention of A S of E for Farm Products The convention of the American LoNu is for farm products under which the farmers members of the society are not supposed to sell their products unless they are compelled to do so by pressing family needs It was the general opinion of the delegates th lethe scale of prices is uniformly fa- e and is of advantage to the farmer and that when these prices are obtained the producer will have made a reasonable proft on his The schedule of prices is as follo- wWheatNu 2 Northern spring and No2 red per bushel 1 Chi cagoCorn until January 1 1907 per bushel 45 cents Chicago Corn until April 1 1907 per bush Chicagof 1 1907 per bushel 55 cents Chicago Oats per bushel 40 cents Chicago Barley No 2 perbufhel 55 cents Chicago Rye per beshels 75 cents Chicago Buckwheat per bushel 70 cent on farm Potatoes Irish per bushelfx ChicagoNavy beans handpiched white per bushel 150 Detroit Navy beans handpicked red per bushel 2 Detroit Cotton per pound 12 cents New York Wool per pound 30 cents on farm Hogs per cwt 650 Chicago Cattle per cwt 600 Chicago Sheep per cwt 550 Chicago Lambs per cwt 650 Chicago Hay per ton 1400 Chicago Broom corn 7500 t4 10000 on farmTobacco quotations to be made later when crop and conditions are known The action of the Clarksville convention on this being indorsed Drop by drop the offensive dis charge caused by Nasal Catarrh fall from the back of the nose into the throat setting up an inflammation that is likely to mean Chronic Bronchitis The certain rational cure for Catarrh is Elys Cream Balm land the relief that follows even the first application cannot be told words Dont suffer a day inI from discomfort of Nasal Cream Balm is sold by all druggist for 50 cents or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Old Bounce Dat coon am coming down de tree And dat fox am going to be In dat barnyard after dat fat goose For good old Bounce will have to go Since that Legislature made it so Dat old Bounce can no longer run looseIIneher would have thought it so j Dat de best friend I had must go To de bone yard or be taxed dis very day I 11IFor de tax is more dan dis nigge- can payIthink of dat big possom fat ISwpet taters and de like of dat And you stir dis good old darkeys heartIDen I think of dat good old dogIIWatching dat possum in de And from him he would never de part- I j j love dat wife and babies true De good Lord and my country too a More dan de old tongne can ever tell j But when dat good old dog is j gone feel dat everything is wrong j Goodbye here I goes for dat old well Who eber thought of such a thing rToI pray de Lord for mercy sake pity and der poor soles take i If not to de debil dey surely go sure wants de Lord to come And send do Debil after some lWhodog I know dis niggers head is small j rjButhog I Lord hob mercy on dem men Who dis Heavy burden did sendIUpon de niggers and their doggies too May dell souls go to God abovea A And sleep dere in sweet peace and loveJ dey sure dont know wh dey do partIj heart For weve been chums lo des many j IearsBut dis dug to heaven will go For de good hes done 1 know Den lilt drive away des flowing tears BUB PLANitCompleted by Green River Distri Committee Last Saturdays The finance committe of the GreenI river district American Society Equity met in Owensboro Saturd iy for the purpose of completing arrangements for the handling of the 1906 crop of tobacco The busine before the committee was principal ly that of routine The plan of nancing and handling is Practical the same as last year except that such of the crop as is pooled with Davies County Equity 1Vnrehou- s company will be financed local institutions The remainder sthe crop will be financed under told agreement with the Louisville Warehouse company All of the counties in the dislri were represented at the meeting NOTICE j Orders Ohio County Court regula- term 1st day September 3 1906 Present Hon W B Taylor County Judge Presiding i It appearing to the satisfaction o the Court that the Fiscal Court o Ohio county by majority of the members composing the same hIheretofore decided that Elections to regulate the running of stock large in Ohio county Kentuckyshall be confined to the voting in said county and it further ap spearing that R T Taylor and 3 other legal voters of Cool voting precinctand ET Williams 24 other legal voters of West Hart ford voting precinct and Sam Dun and 22 other legal voters of Crom ButIvoters o Shreve voting precinct have filed their several petitions herein pray j ing an election to be held in their respective voting precincts at the regular election November 6 1906 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters in each of the said precincts upon the question Whether or not cattle generally shall be permitted to run at larX said precincts or any of them am it appearing that said partioners Ihave deposited with this court the sum of 500 to defray the the election in each of the saids precincts It is therefore ordered and adjudged that said question b submitted to the voters of said precincts a at the regular election JNo vember 6 1906 ands the officers o the regular election are directed to 1 open a poll at each and all of th ropurJvoters in each of the said pre WhetherIor not permit cattle gen respectI published at least 20 days before p the said election in at least four is sues of the HARTFORD newspaper of general published in said county ty Clerk is ordered to circulationj on the ballots of each of cincts the question For the running at large of cattle in I Cromwell voting precinct Cool w IiaIvotingsheep goats and geese and Shreve f voting precinct Ohio county Ken tucky naming the precinct on each poll book In The judgment as affects Shreve voting precinct by oversight or ere i or was not regularly renderedat ibe he regular September Term as was w the intention of the court and the same is now entered Nunc Pro find Copy attestjDr Clerk Ohio County Court I re ide SYRUPKENNEDYS I I the ErLYHONEY AND TAR IDAYliGHT AHEAD atThe Latest Stale in the Evolu tlon of the EkctrlciI Ligllt Fireflies are still in advance of mankind in the matter of economical light producing The phosphores cent glow which they give oft is near ly pure light Very little of the en ergy is wasted in heat while in the case of the lighting devised by man heatIconverted into visible light The we have yet come t ctfollowing the fireflies is the incury vapor light developed by American inventors which in the form of long glowing tubes has been seen in our shop windows as advertisements for two ears or more j ofThey produce more light at less cost than any other practical method of illumination and would be ex tensively used if it were nut for the nIo farIythat direction and including an abun photosehifhi mercury glow light has stud photographyha but it is too ghastly for common use i morguetj But recently it is reported that German chemists have overcome this difficulty by putting into the el ectrodes other metals besides mer cury thus changing the character approachillightZinc with 10 per cent of bismuth and a trace of sodium is used for pracfly lighted by softly glowing tubes arranged in all sorts artistic designs on the walls and ceilings instead of brightII srGoldiCllrolineicompletelynwhich had tortured her 23 long healerfL Wayne GriHin d Bros Drug store KodlRelict Indigestion sour stomach palpitation of the heart Digests whaloueat Moonshine In New YorkIDont talk to me about moonshine in Kentucky said the Internal Revenue Agent Theres more timeinsof the East and West sides stills up right along and for a while j a flourishing business It equipecorn yeast j great difficulty is in gutting rill of withoutfI attempted by running the still incon otin r as a DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable I Almost everybody who reads the news aoer Is sure to know of the wonderful I Cot 17Iade by Dr SwampRoot kidney remedy the great medl of the nine century dis after of research by Kilmer the emi kidney and Specialist and promptlycurlng I back kidney trouj and Brlghts which Is the worst tern of kidney I fo Dr Kilmer s Is not rec ommended for Thecures If you have kid ney liver or It will be found I I Just the remedy you 1 1 has t so many ways work In prlvaleI practice among too poor chase relief and so successful case that a arrangement made by of this have not It have sample bottle sent also a InI telling more about and how out if you have orbladder When writing this offer In this paper sand your address Kilmer d hamton N Y liver years blad IsII may mall gular fifty cent and nomaot sw njpRoo I druggistsDontname SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BInghamtonNY t y HOMESEEKERS Round trip ratoa TO THE SOUTfcfc at greatly reduced rates on the first and third Tuesdays of each month from points on the line of the Illinois Central R R in the North Your home Ticket Agent will give you a full partial lars as to rates conditions and train time but particular attention is herewith called to the fact that on canovisit the It Mississippi Industrial Exposition that will be held in Jnckson the State Capital November 5th to 10th Extensive displays of States Prod ucts Agricultural Machinery Live Stock Dairy Products Vehicles Industrial Features Good Speakers on Pertinent Topics Illuminations Music Fire Works and n Pike Take this opportunity to see the industrial and agricultural features of the South portrayed in practical and condensed form It will help theemarvelous resources of the South concernlingcan behad of agents of the Illinois Central and connecting lines or by addressing either of the undersign F W MAll OW DPALoulsvillei JNO A SCUTTAGPAMeinphk A ChicagoSI ALL GOOD THINGS must win upon their merits The International Dictionary has won a greater distinction upon its merits and is in more general use than any other work of its kind in the English language A II Snrrr 1111 111 of orfanlrrtilrrrhy liiclniiil li ttreutly rnkl ItllIlkllllFrcrylkirulsIn 1uswtnddeverhalimuuhtItlookliiit t hnniKli tlic UittT with a feeling lit 1LlIhhUlC1 lit Its onltho nmouDt of lalxir that has IKCII put IIITHE GRAND PRIZE ftlielilglic Tiinliwn risen to tfco In Icrnatloual at too fronds Iulr HIluls fI FREE ATfitlaProncncUtlo MnulHo null nUTUiiniiif rur tlic wliilo fail Alwi IMuMmtcil ijniiie- ijGCMERRIAMCO PUULItHC- RSPRINOFIELD MASS Thousands of Acres For Sale tat reasonable price Rich Agricultural end Mineral Land along the line of the IRON MOUNTAINROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST lOUIS AND MEMPHIS rocJnlrthaJrflril and third of eachmonth peserlgirellteraturemapspamphleu + lders ole on a n L R C TOWXSEKP i ru r4tIL- T lock pIIB RrTONATTHEWS PUIBI J- lIUInUt + s 1 1 PROCURCD AND DEFENDED 8eD4model rawlIt orynceu ors treenP marksroplTiihtActa SLrraoer i Patent and Practice Ezelulnfl0 rll4l0rrolnuuwat ti u3 ltteta lWASHI e UNDERGROUND GARDEN I Col Posey Starts Experiment in Mine Evansville Mans Experlmen Calls For Growth Without Aid of Sun Col Frank B Posey the Evans ville attorney has started his under ground garden in an abanoned coal mine in the southern part of this county near the little town of Yankeetown Boonville Ind Mr Posey spent several days fortnight ago cleaning out a place and arranging beds and fixing his acetylene gas lamps which are to furnish light for the growing plants He will place a large number of pots of flowers in the radius of the lamps and will plant beds with various kinds of garden truck It is an ex periment on a large scale Test in agricultural laboratories have shown the feasibility of Colonel Potels plan and if his first season this win ter proves a success he willenlarge his underground gardens told dis pense not only with tho sun but the summer as well The temperature of the underground gardens stays uniform throughout the year never varying from a range of between fiftyfive and sixty degrees and be ing stationary around sixty degrees nost of the time Winter weather has no effect on it for it is too far beneath the surface for the trans mission of cold and summer weath er likewise has no effect The gas lamp is the great essential furnish ing the necessary light and heat Experiments with plants it is said seem to indicate that they thrive in the actinic rays of the sun while the luminous rays hove little or nothing to do with growth Acetylene is especially strong it is said in actinic rays and ought therefore conduce to rapid fructification The light will burn continuously and if there is growth at all it will be continuous Mr Posey expects to have results either positive or negative by Christmas and hopes to determine conclusively by that time the feasi bility of underground farming by lamp light Doaths from Appondlcltls decreases in the same ratio that th- et use of Dr Kings New Life Pills increase They save you from danger and bring quick and painless release from constipation and the ills grow ins out of it Strength and vigor always follow their use Guaran teed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Druggist 25c Try them Yellow Jacket Stingers This fall is the time to show your colors Let it be the same true blue that buried the rebels and preserved the Union Many people who are of other schools than ours think we are too rough on Democracy Not at ell It is the hissing viper of dishonesty- It sails under false colors It seeks to get control of the nation only to plunder it and enrich its con scienceless defenders Why will the Democratic party blotched and beetlebrowned still try to lay claims to respectability t p Why will it insist it is for the peo pie Take Hearst for an example All that he has ever done is to create distrust cause unrest and bring dis satisfaction to men and women who would otherwise have been happy and contented Take it and test it try it in any sense and Democracy has always been opposed to progress Ask the first Democrat you meet why he wants to build a monument to Wirz the rebel prison keeper who starved to death Union soldiers who crossed a dead line to grasp a crust of rotton bread Ask him why he should want to perpetrate even the memory of such a vile creature He will tell you that Wirz was an honest man And so will some of them tell Jyou that the Democratic party is virtuous and a friend of the people But you know all about Wirz so you also know about the other claimThe Republican who gets this under his hat right will make no mistake Think a minute If you allow a Democrat to be elected to Congress in your district you ore giving a silent endorsement to this horseplay of Bryan and Hearst You o are letting the wild ass of Democra cy imagine that he is endorsed So it is up to you to go to the polls and go through your district see every neighbor whom you can see and talk over the results of how it will be if DIED SUDDENLY OF HEART DISEASE now frequently dons a head line simi lar to greet us In tho news papers The rush push and strenuous flees of tho American pcoolo hM a strong otherIlog symptoms of the prominent Ingredients of which Or Ilcrcn tloldcn Medical Dls cnvery Is miulo lire recommended ttoma tho leading writers on JfnlerluMcdkn- forI tho euro of Just such cases Golden Real Itntnncn Is said by the UMTKII STATKII DutpEWBATOitv a stand ard authority to Impart tone and In actionIid tonic for tho muscular system and as tho heart Is almost wholly coin iMworl of muscular tissue It naturally strengthIprobably the most inl rtaut ingredient of Golden Medical Illlcocr no far as Its mnrvoloua cures of valvular and other alTectloiut of tho heart are cerned Ir Htoiio root or Collliixmbt IRI1rof Win Inlno author of Paine Upltomy of Medicine says of It I not lone since had a patient whu wai much opurtxMd with ralrular dIM tsn ot the heart flat lilt friend went obliged to carry him upMain He howover itracluslljr ItI1JUIISprout a was ruo Mfork and It fearfully warned too ailllolixl that death was near at hind Col lliiNonln un iumtlunalily affords relief In aucli cases and II moat Instances ctfucti a cuntHalo sal Kllln vo Ml of Chicago for valvular and other diseases of the heart The latter says It Is n heart tonic of 1UHldllIcures serious heart alfectlons but Is a I most ollldent general tonic and Invlgor thn stomach Invigorating till liver regulating the and curlng catiirrhu alloctlons In all parts of tho system lr tierces Pellets euro Constipation Hearst and Bryan two wild men onet u dreamer and the other as bold a private as ever sailed the seas get into office It means that the country would be filled with anarchy it means that great institutions in which are the life blood of several generations will be swept away It means your home to ou and this fall of all other times vote as you shot Need a good cathartic A pill is best Say u pill like DeWitts Lit tie Early Risers About the most reliable on the market Sold by all druggists MOUSE DRINKS RED INKI Little Gray Beast Is Daily Pro vided With Ills Favorite Tipple t loulnTlll llcraM Lock not upon the ink when itis red is probably tho way the proph et of the mice would warn his fel lowcountrymen to avoid inebria tion At least one of them has dis regarded it and as a consequence the oflice of J J Telford Secretary of the Merchants and Manufactur ers Association in the Board of Trade ullding boasts of a mouse that is a slave of the red ink habit It all begun as long ago us a year Mr Telford wondered why his red ink diminished so rapidly and frequently inquired as to consumer None knew and it became a little mystery of the office Close watch ing solved the riddle for after a while the observant stenographer discovered Sir Mouse perched daintily upon the edge of the ink stand dipping his soft muzzle into the ink and then looking up with a leering j expression such as one sees upon the face of an ancient toper Everybody grew interested in the strange taste of the downy little creature and now it is the custom to see that the bottle is kept full in order that he may not have to lean too far down to drink He seems to take this attention as a matter of course and is not easy to scare If any noise is made as he is drinking i he will turn his head to one side wisely as though to say Whash matterThe main question that Is now puzzling everybody is whether the ink causes anything like intoxica tion Perhaps he is an aristocratic mouse once accustomed to sherry and sparkling Burgundy but whom the vicissitudes pf a business career have driven to ink At all events he is interesting enough to hush the most important conversation and to monopolize the attention the moment that heappears Well Why Note ReedI saw an advertisement in todays paperfor a reliable man to houseworkWeedThe advertiser must have been a business woman Good for everything asalveisused for and especially recommended for piles That is what we say of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve On the market for years arid a standby in thousands of families Get De Witts Sold by all druggists MAN CHANGES CLiMATEI Civilization Has Distinct Eifec j Upon Winter Temperature 1 S L Bastin writes in the Monthl Review on the effects of civilization upon climate He mentions the remarkable variations of weather within a few miles distance as an indication that Ipcal causes may produce changes in the weather HeI goes on to point out The presence of a large numbe- of buildings in any situation will raise the temperature of the locali warmthjarisingany means ed Experiments conducted in Lon don Berlin and Paris serve to show that the average annual temperature in the cities is 2 or 3 degrees high in the surrounding country certain times of the year there isII a greater difference still it is noticeable that in cities sudden changes are not felt to the same ex j that they are in the open coun tryTaking England as a whole there been during the last two centu an immense reduction in th amount of marsh land Damp soil being always colder than dry some change may be expected It ually taking place It is a plovedI fact that temperature in this is appreciably higher was some centuries ago Some old peo pIe who might be supposed to be more sensitive to cold as they grow older continually affirm that winters are not so severe as they used to be Too oldfashioned often began in December or even November but now it is very rarely j that any prolonged spell of cold is experienced until the new year Th writer speculates whether the draining of the boglands of the tundras Siberia would not alter the climat- of that desolate region- It has been definitely established- he says that the presence of large numbers of trees in tropical regions tends to reduce the temperature Belts of forest lands will also protect a country from wet and strong winds The rainfall is said to be largely dependent on the presence of trees Cutting down virgin forest in America has resulted in long spells rainfalljthorainy land of ours forestation is al together desirable He concludes To sum up the whole matter it is impossible to deny that man and his works do influence climate to greater or less extent the spr- eadConsumption of j Q There is no specific for consumption Fresh air ex ercise nourishing food and j Scotts Emulsion will come I prettynear curing it if there is anything to builClon Millions of people throughout the goodhealth fl From time immemorial the doctors prescribed cod liver oil for consumption Of course the patient couldnot take it in its old form hence it did very little good They can take SCOTTS EMULSION and tolerate it for a long time There is no oilnot easilydigested system as cod liver oil in theIform of Scotts Emulsion and that is the reason itis so helpful in consumption where its use must be continuous q We will send you a sample free q Be lure that this picture In the form of a libel lion the wrap per of every bottle of Emulsion you buy Scott Bowne Chemists I 409 Pearl Street New York joe indfiilldrutliti civilization in a new land has a real effect on the annual tale of weather The study of the subject is in Its In fancyWANTEDMen 4 in each state to travel tack signs and distribute goodsYday for expenses Saunders Co Dept S 4650 Jackson Boulevard Chicago II- Li 1414 0 Legally Her Husbands doss Boston has one woman who is legally her husbands boss She is IjMrs Ellor Corlisle Ripley one of the superintendents of the pub tic schools of the city and the wife of Principal Fred H Ripley of the Longfellow school of Roslindale Mrs Ripley draws some 85 a week of the hubs wealth about 1500 more per annum than the man who has recently become her hubby- r An assistant superintendent is virtu slip a supervisor and Mrs Ripley is in reality her husbands superior andcould fire him in a minute if she saw fit Mrs Ripley is a young woman of pleasing personality EQUITY WINS Saleeof Pooled Tobacco Decided In FavorlThe American Society of Equity won at least a temporary victory over the city yesterday in the trial of the action styled Turpin Wood andothers against the city of Owens boro and its tax collector on motion- r for temporary injunction to prevent Tax Collector J C OBryan from selling pooled tobacco for taxes After hearing testimony and argu- ement of counsel Judge granted the temporary BirkheadI aIeing order granted and the case set for hearing on motion for temporary injunction A number of witnesses were examined during the hearing The city is given twenty days dur ing which time it may apply to one I of the judges of the court of appeals to dissolve the temporary injunction t I The case will be heard on its merits at the next regular term of the cir cuit court and the temporary In junction either made perpetual or dissolved A Postmastsr Robbed G W Fouts Postmaster at River wasIahis letter which says For 20 years I had chronic liver complaint which led to such a severe case of jaundice that even my finger nails preIme and have kept me well foreleveu years Sure cure for Biliousness Stom1Irangements A wonderful Tonic At Z Wayne Griffin Bros Drugstore 50 cents Too True If a house said the newly married man contains six bureaus eleven armories seven chiffoners and fiftythree miscellaneous draw ers how many of them is the husband entitled to and how many is the wife Listen said the more experienced man You are young and have much to learn And you may understand first as last that if there were 5nyour house a mile of buI reaus three acres of armories 7000 drawers all these would still Ibe full of veils niching hatpins ribbons stockings petticoats pow der puffs and safety pins ana the best course for you to pursue be to wrap your own things wouldI shirts underclothing etc newspaper =and keep them under th- ebedEx The best treatment for indigestion and troubles of the stomach is to restlthe stomach It can be rested by starvation or by use of a good di gestant which will digest the food eaten thus taking the work off the stomach At the proper tempera ture a single teaspoonful of Kodol will wholly digest 3000 grains of food It will relieve the present annoyance I puts the stomach in shape to satisfactorily perform its functions Good for indigestion sour stomach flatulence palpitation of the haert and dyspepsia Kodol is made in strict conformity with the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by all Druggists 11 What You Cdli DoPith U av Wifcilkm Oil neater you can heat a cold batxa Bi rtaske a sickroom more comfortable warm a thingsbdkIrfatrtitBnnm The superiority of the Uvinit wrttti Smokeless Device nHeat HHrTacC that If crarrmte Intense heat without smoke orbrassthrooglwattkalurednrabflqcons tadteator aDd handle Heater la light and portable ajtarinteiy safe and flmplewlck cannot be turned partanlllfordeacrlpaeerirThe I can be used in any room LathP and U the best allround house limp made Gives M clear tleaily light Is clnbanazulsome6lmplUarctoryHftfJget It faayaadaadezsTAiIlARB COMPANY Incorporated I RHEUMATIS CURED The Circulation Stimulated 1 and the Muscles and Joints lubricated by using rs Price 25c 5Oe I00t Sold by all Dealers Stow Treatise On The Horse Sent free Address Dr Earl SSloanBostonMass RANDALL TCOLLINS Z WAYNE GRIFFIN When in Louisville stop AT a tile Home for Ohio County People EIegtttltChaa Rooms and Polite Attention S W Corner Second und Jefferson Streets COLLINS GRIFFINProps BUYSL until the 100 aUatto toweldata tacCTnit on account of the olwatagot our Evkoarllla Cot lese are oli enter any time DRAI GHONs EVANSVLEo27 Colleges h IX Stat S3O900OOO CAPITAL intoned brbatner own from Maine to CUlMrnia It reanf auecesa We also teach BY tun Wtftafo prices I POSITTOKS SECURE I MOMET RCTU OEp I Cill imwirTfor rhtnVar I TRADIr teas eoaatrle Ma fth W eaeaaa NTENTW THAT PAy aawwlesaatwaakryatoarea- peowy and brfp JOB YwtrSend model aaetau4ter nICE report- on ratonuMUc jwn SUR PASSING furtnincES iwimandopat on erodu0 tswrnaaB03BOS SovatVSlrstW- ASH SCTON ixc With This OilHeater PERFECTIONOil S1a Liiviirveivt Setitiitigs EUROPEAN HOTEL JS24 SCHOLARSHIP I BIG FOUR New York Central Line = I I The Best Line to IndianapolisIj I IICleveland BuffaloNew York Boston A And all other points East Information cheerfully fur ti ITicket259 FoufSi avenue or writs to J S J GATESIGenl Agent jII tCincinnati Oj d I CureDItIeete l 1w y wR h ri e f i Hartford Republican A Ironed by the llartforil Inblltblng Company iNooiromvin rall DKNETTlAll nV K TI1x=IXQlI3C- UlnbrlnHyM3SBoutth 3srMHH32 FRIDAY NOVEMBER 5 r REPUBLICAN TICKET ron coxniiEss M L HEAVRIN 01 Ohio County Fort JUSTICE OF PEACE J H WILLIAMS Ot Taylor Minc- eANNOUNCEMENTS we are nntnoriinlto announces A AXDEIt SON ol Wet Hnrtforcl Precinct n ramlldnte for Ileprefentntlve In the Genernl Atremklr from thli the 20th ilMrlct imbject to the action ot the llepnbllcnn party We nre nnthorliod to nnnpnnre Ct lltENCR DEWEEHK of 8brve Prrclnct it camlldntr fur prwntntlreln the General Amemuly from IdlelheSthdtatrletanhlrct to the notion ot the llepnbllran party We are nathorltecl to announce W W PAIIK of the ndl Precinct a cnmlldiilo for Itepnvvn tatlve In the Jeller1 A oemlly from thAtheuthd- letrlct subject to the action ot the llepubllcnn party Examine the label on your paporlf- It Is not corroct notify us ELECTION next Tuesday REPUBLICANS dont fail to vote next Tuesday VOTE for M LHeavy for Con gressman from the Fourth district Mn HEARST has no doubt discov ered that there are many glass win dows in his own house A 75000000 SOAP trust is to be formed in England News itemO What In free trade England TIlE only hope for a clean healthy town and riddance from mudholes in our streets is to vote for the bond issue needonly67members to control the next House provided the present members will act in har mony with the other 57 varieties REPUBLICANSofI East Hartford West Hartford East Beaver Dam West Beaver Dam and Prentis pre cincts must not forget that they haven Magistrate to elect next Tuesday Harve Williams is the man He is worthy of your support armexceedingly bright for the election of H Clay Evans to the Governorship of Tennessee a second time It will be rembered he was elected fifteen years ago but was Goebelized out of it by the State Legislature Tennessee should right that wrong this time by an overwhelming majority r TIlE closing duys of the Demo cratic campaign before the State primary are developing extreme bitterness in the races for Senator and Governor Crimination and re crimination has been resorted to and if the half is to be belived none of the candidates are fit to hold of fice Next year the people will no doubt so decide MR BECKHAM and Judge Glenn contend that Democrats are better qualified to fill the offices in Ken tuchy than members of the Repub lican party because Democrats have morn brains Brains did you say That is no doubt what those Demo cratic Asylum attendants were try ing to supply themselves with when they knocked hepless patients in the- head They probably had aspirai tions for Governor or the Senator ship GOVERNOR BECKHAM with tear in his eyes commisserated the Ohio county Democrats upon the fact that they were aloe st always denied any voice in the selection of a Democratic nominee for U S Senator by reason of the presence at Frankfort of a Republican member of the House Then he took credit to him 7selffor securing a primary election so that his hearers might have a ray voicein the selection He neglected to tell them that he had bill placing Ohio county in a district with Butler and Edmonson thus forever preventing any possible chance for a Democratic Represen tative VYlTH the ten years record before them of honest government by the Republican party with satisfactory conditions in every line of business tt would be passing strange if the people of this country should vote a change next Tuesday The Republican party found the country in a most deplorable condition in 1897 when it returned to power after four years of unbridled power by the Democracy By wise legislation and a restoration of the tariff sys tem the most prosperous times have been brought about notwithstand ing a foreign war has been brought to a successful conclusion during that period The only antitrust Legislation ever put upon the statutes has been placed there by the Republicans An honest effort to curb the trusts has been and is being made In the light of all this you are seriously asked to vote against the Republican party and in tha interests of a party which never enacted a single antitrust law in its entire existence and has never even proposed one LEADING TO PROPERTY QUALIFICATION The idea advanced by both Gov Beckham and Judge Glenn in their speeches here last Friday that there is more ucalth and learning in the Democratic party in Kentucky and therefore it should govern should be resented by every poor man in Ohio county Granting this to be true and we do not believe a word of it that there are more wealthy and more intelligent Democrats in Kentucky than Republicansthe con tention of the Democrats is and has been for years that wealth should not govern Under this idea if these gentlemen lived in Pennsyl vania Massachusetts or Ohio they would be compelled to vote with the RepublicansThis naturally leads up to a property qualification for the voter From the tenor of argument advanced by these leaders of the party we may expect an attempt to fasten upon the voters of this State in the near future if they are main tained in power a law giving to cit izens only the right to vote who may own so many acres of land horses cows mules or law books After all we have heard from Democratic speakers and read in their papers attacking the wealthy and charging the Republicans with favoritism toward the wealth of this country it does sound strange to hear their speakers for continuance in power in Kentucky on the ground that they possess more money than the Republicans We cannot account for this unless they have learned it from their million aire candidate for Governor of New York BECKHAA1 FLOUNDERED In our news columns last week we pointed out a few of the things which if satisfactorily explained by Governor Beckham in his speech here last Friday would add mater countyj tor The Governor only touched upon one of the topics we enumerat ed and it would we thinkhave been better for him had he treated that one in the same manner that he did the others with silence This is the way we suggested the topic which the Governor discuss ed The Governor might clear up his befogged temperance horizon by explaining why he waited until he be came an active candidate for the nomination he is now seeking before he attempted to close up the and theaters in Louisville saloonsI day when he has been I years and had as much authority to act during that entire time as he now has Responsive to which the Governor said I did not close the saloons in Louisville sooner because I had not been asked to do so continuing I am not a police officer and have had no power to detect crime The people will not be sidestepped by Mr Beckham at tiiis stage of the t game The fact that at the time he closed the Louisville saloons he quoted in a published statement sections of luw giving him ample authority to on v is still fro h in their minds cst anynno should i be deceived by tie Governors ova she and Dounikriii rewards ve quote herewith the law governing the case Sec 1303 Ky Statutes says Any person who shallon Sunday keep open a barroom or other place for the sale of liquors shall be fined not less than ten nor more than fifty dollarsSec 81 of Ky Constitutionreferr ing to the duties of the Governor says He shall take care that the laws be faithfuly executed T ius it is a plain proposition that if local officials fail to enforce the law prohibiting the sale of li quor on Sunday it is the duty of the Governor to see that same is enforced He took an oath when induct ed into office that he would faithful ly execute the duties of his office and when he refuses to close up the saloons in Louisville and keep them closed he shrinks from his sworn duties In memory Mrs Ambrose G Miller was born November 20 1814 and died at her home near Beda October 17 1906 She professed religion early in life and for more than forty years was a devoted Christian worker in the Methodist Episcopal church of which she was a member Her death was caused by consumption and heart disease from which she had been a great sufferer for many months She leaves a husband two sons two sisters and a host of friends to mourn her loss- NARROWS 0 Oct 30Mrs Myrtle Armendt Fordsville was the guest of Mrs Ida Renfrow Tuesday Miss Annie Dunn and little Miss Grace Renfrow visited friends at Olaton Sunday Miss Maggie Becker of Philpot who had been the guest of Miss Ver na Renfrow for several days return ed home Wednesday Mr Henry Carter was in Owens boro Tuesday Mr E P Moore and son Clifford were in Louisville a few days last wet k MrT J Moore the hustling Pacific Mutual Insurance agent will move to Dundee soon Mrs Dr A B Riley is very sick Mr E G Kirby with the Penrose Lumber Company at Penrose Ark is expedted home this week d Notice The Commissioners Ohio county will on Monday Nov 5th 190G at 1 p mat tho office of the Coun ty Judge ut the court house receive brH fOr tho are tian of steel bridges asrois Adams fork creel and Itin- Ics creek in Ohio county They rewrvo the right to reject anyj tir all bids sfThis Oct 19 ISOJ W B TAYLOR Couity Judge You d Better Have An Overcoat Whurevcr you jrcMit homo or abroad the seas on demands a good war- mOvercoat or Raincoat For dress up youll find HART SCHAFFNER t MARX Overcoats an invaluable companion I t protects you from the cold The fabric is all tool The fit is perfect and satisfaction in ev pry respect is positively assured Ve have a big line of Bos arid Childrens Overcoats as well as 111 nsl1t all prices and in- IISEES I EF BARNES o BROS Beaver Dam Kentucky VAIN OF THEIR PETTICOATS Garments Most Prized Possession of Indian Women The prized possession of tho Bolivian Indian woman and her chief pride also whether she is pure In dinn or cliolu is her petticoat tier i dowry is in this garment Liko thc Dutch woman of tradition she carries her wealth about with11l1 I These petticoats are of all colors of the rainbow iiiul divers othtT hues not found therein I first noticed tlipu nt Xanrene mid remarked the love of color which must he inbornj yellowjsubdued orange glaring sat fron blue ami green theywere theIbetween childhood maidenhood ma rinkltloMiTtipizn I thought it was a parade of jKrainbtilating ballrxms These women have n habit which tho bashful traveler does not at first understand When lie sees one of pettiloathenot do so It may bo that the ad vancing heat of the day lots ciuised tlo wearer to discard the outer skirt but more likely it is the Vanity of her sex and the desire to make her sisters envious by showing what is j beneath for each new vesture ilis oneIi plaza at Tupixa and watched two In dian women try to make each other envious The first one removed the outer petticoat which was of pur lIe This divestment disclosed another garment of blazing red andI after that carne a brilliant yellow The other woman started withII green petticoat and gradually got yellowfear for the consequences and made a pretense of turning my back by strolling to the hotel National Gcojrraphfc Magazine DoWtisWitoh Salve For PUce Burns Soros IRENDEttI Oct 30 Messrs Yeller and Thos Barrass Taylor Mines were here last Wednesday IWm Norwood Linton Ind was here on business last Wednesday Jno Vick Jr Central City was here lust Wednesday Mrs Annie McCullock New Al bany Indand Mrs Laura William son Jiieio ere the guests of Mrs II T F1lcb11url Mrs Mary Mcrir f Thursday send Friday J1 Syenc find Dr Intiisat = inlHlwtfolJ V yL n f was the guest of her parents Mr j and Mrs E S Reed last Saturday and Sunday- S dney Williams Hartford was the guest of his brother DeWitt I last Sunday I P Barnard Louisville was here last Saturday Ed Brown Taylor Mines was here yesterdayEdward I Barrass Sr and moved from here to Bevier ycsterI day I S S Hoover Louisville was here I today Mrs Herman Render and niece Miss Minnie Jones are visiting rela tives in Graham i In Memory Of Josie wife of Clarence Robison I of near Auburn Ky who after be i ing under medical treatment at the Catholic Hospital in Louisville diedi at that place Tuesday October 23rd Her remains were brought 16 her chiklhoodhomc and interred at Cane Run the 25th Shu was a laughter of Mr and Mrs C V Christian and was an estimable lady and a beauti ful Christian a devoted wife and mother and one who never feared to do right She leaves a husband and three small children besides a host of relatives and friends toI mourn her departure A FIUKNI Notice On Saturday December 15 190G between the hours of 830 a m and 330 p m I will hold examinations at my office in Hartford for the purpose of selecting four beneficiaries to the Normal department of the State College at Lexington and five beneficiaries to the Western State Normal School at Bowling Green Information concerning the ap pointment can be had by addressing the respective presidents of the schools or by consulting All persons intendingmeIeither of these examinations should register their names with me before I the I examinationJ S 0 C S j TAYLOR MINES Cet31Miss Lula Wilson Mor- gantown is the guest of Joe Mc Kenney and family Dr R H Miller and wife returned to their home at Bardstown Satur dayafter a weeks visit to relatives here Mrs Fannie Kinkade and children Broadway were the guests of Mr ayraMr und Mrs U F Hudson slid Mis f Minnio Knkale attended church at Heaver lam Sunday Little Blanche iark the sovn n =For Sale Houses and lots in Beaver Dam Ky between I and 4 p m Saturday November a 1000 On time above late I will 01er fur sale at public auclion to the highest and best bal dens four houses and lots and ono largo hotel building 1 bo removed from prudent lod cation by or Jilro November lo 1900 being I fall residence and hotel property of time late It J Daniel located justtr south of the 1 C It R KyTwo are 4room cottages ono a 3room cottage and one a twostory residence nicely located and should bo very desirable TBRMS Ona third cash balance ono and two 018 with interest on doronctipl t Bents A VTlIOMlSO- NTrusUcut 1 Administrator Vf yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Walker Park had a narrow escap3V from death last Saturday while drawing water from an open well She lost hor balance and fell in but was rescued by some men who were working near by We are having a very interesting meeting Conducted by Rev Frank Baker and we feel in hopes that much good will be accomplished be fore its close Mrs Arlis Plummer is on the sick list Roy Scott came home Monday afi ter a few days stay in Dawson SpringsWavie Liles and Thomas Turnbull were in Beaver Dam Snuday Miss Bessie Draper visited In Wil y Hams Mines Saturday and Simday J IP Barnard Louisville Was here Jlast FdiGet Rid of Scrofula r Bunches eruptions Inflammations sore s ness of the eyelids and ears diseases of the ibones rickets dyspepsia catarrh wasting i are only some of the troubles It causes It Is a very active evil making havoc of the wholo system e HoodsSarsaparilla Eradicates It cures eel Ita manifestations Iand builds up tho whole system ccqJt no substitute 1 u tJttN lNr tIt I 4 VhyPry More 1t I For your Overcoats Boys Clothing Ladies Misses mid Childrens Cloaks Underwear Shoes Comforts and Blankets Dry Goods Driws halls Milliner Etc when you chit sav from IHe to 25 per cent on every purchase by coming direct to Fairs Our motto More Goods for the t auto Money still I holds We invite comparisini Come to see uI1 It Dry Goods Why pay advance prices on your full pur chases of Flannels Outing Prints Ginghams Jeans Linseys Oilcloths Table Linens Etc when old prices are ut Fairs Ladies Cloaks Why puyn big price for your Winter Wrap when you can come to Fairs and tiny the latest at 5 8 10 and 15 Underwear Why payother mer chants I u suit for light weight Underwear when Faird sells you extra heavy ut 1 t Our Shoes Why pay high prices for cheap trashy Shoes when Fairs can give you good qualities for a small sum Come to see us all housewives our Basement is of this the things are Second you 5c that cost and 2oe two ons to visit us things added I 1- AT The seater tI J Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBERS Contra RallroadTlmo Table NorIIt Iliiiinili- NolS due4Mnin NoINlIelI011 m No 102 due 21S pm Mull t ll llullllll t1311Suo I =I ShoeslGuns Guns Where At i U S Carsons 11tf Restaurant most place in I Mr J Wi No Creek caled to see us I in Massey Business IScholarship at this 1 Rev TJ ActonSulphurSprings a very pleasant tller Monday I We have the newest and best of p everything in our line i Co Mr J T Cox Rosine made us a pleasant call while in town last Fri I day For Scholarship m the Bowling Green Business College apply at this office 0 Why pay 10 for a Suit elsewhere when you can buy the same Suit here fore 603 SAM The hunting will soon be 1on Get your gun and ammunition U S CarsonslltfThe has for sale as well as all other building t niaterial omeandse 13tf FOR SALEA scholarship in the Hartford Business Institute Call I on oraddress THE REPUBLICAN r1t IIhlate Hut when you can yet sit Fairs just tho Hut I want jt such a price Everything new t I tastefully trimmed j IIComforts and Blan t kets Why extravagant prices for these goods when hairs soiling them so cheap1out think of buying until visit us It will bo mon I ev wived Overcoats j Why pay 12 15 for Overcoats when you can get tho same from Fairs for 1- 0Mens Why paytS for Suits that Fairs sell you for S100U To economical n place interest The reasons lilt are many First only necessary found there pay only and lOc for goods you 20e everywhere else These reas should induce every lady New 4 every week Bargain Hartford Illinois Guns City uptodate Hartford Hudson Wednesday office was CARSON BACH season Hartford MillCo brick you low and pay are you and Suits For Carpets and Mattings come to Carson Co i See Sam Bach s specials in Cloth ing today and tomorrow I Bring your Eggs Chickens and i Feathers to Carson Co Buy your hats from Miss Lida Mor KylFor Underwear Overcoats or any kindof wear call on Carson Co It will be worth your while to look at our Suits and overcsats Special today and tomorrow SAM BACH Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilera grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tf A swell fitting Suit for the little amount of 698 can be found at Sam Bachs today and tomorrow SpecialEsTRAYEDFrom Williams Mines B one roan cow dehorned fiye or six years old will weigh 700 or 800 Ibs Report all information to J C Her rel Hartford Ky 154t IMr FL Sandefur U S Stpre keeperGuager who is assigned at Addison Breckenridge county is rememICity Restaurant will open up Sunv day afternoon at 4 oclock and serve tOysteCream c Telephone your orders Visit us today and tomorrow especially and lookat our clothing if you have bundles that you bought some where else they willnot be torn open and goods run down your safe from thathcrcSArtBACII 4i Esq W P Render Matanzas called to see us Tuesday Mr E G Stewart Beda was a pleasantcal1efWednesdayMr is build ing a new residence on RenderSt Mr J T Morgan Nuckols Ky was a pleasant caller Tuesday Mr James Hicks of the Washing ton neighborhood called to seeiis yesterday U S Carson has begun the IMr of a residence on Mug burry street Why pay 10 for an Overcook elsewhere when you can buy the same coat here for 698 SAM BAQJI We dont offer 15 Suit for 1 but we do offer 10 Suits for69S Special today and tomorrowSAM Moore Crabtree have new Sar- I ghum fresh Cabbage and a fine line of family Groceries Call a them j Messrs S H Seibert city and A W Mills Beda attended the Ken tucky Synod at Hopkinsville the first of this week IElder W B Wright will preach morning and evening on the conversation between Christ and Nicodemus IDont shiver and take chills when a Overcoat for toImorrowThis is the time to biyr Overcoats and cloathing Why not come where they have a big lot to select from CARSON Co Attorney C M Crowe has moved his law office frond the court house to the rooms over the old Republican office on Center street IMr Pearl Tweeddell has moved- his pressing establishment from the rear of Taylors barber shop to rooms in the Y M G A building Miss Lucy King left Monday on the We Three for her home at Calhoun after making her sister Mrs E J Hudson an extended visit 4 Why pay 10 for a Suit and Overcoat in some other store when you can get much better quality here for on ly 698 today and tomorrow special SAM BACH Mr John Pendleton Taylor who is attending young mans Training School at Louisville was the guest of his parents Hon and Mrs H P Taylor Saturday and Sunday FOR SALE OR TRADE 100acre farm near Haynesville well improv ed Has two dwellings and plenty of outbuildings Apply to Cal P Keown Hartford Ky 134t Schroetcrs Floating Studio is still at Hartfords landing They are better prepared than ever to turnout uptodato potographs Get your work done before winter sets in lltf Pauline the sixyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs L P Barnett of Gentry Ark died last Friday after n lingering illness of typhoid fever Mr and Mrs Barnett formerly lived here where they have many relatives and friends who mourn with them- WANTEDGentlemen or lady with good references to travel by rail or with a rigfor firm of 250 00000 capital Say 107200 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses advanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Hartford Ky 10m6 Marriage License The following license to wed have been issued since our last report Leslie Ppw rs Dundee are 20to DeeDuke Taffy age 21 Lonzo R Barley Hartford age 20 to Annie Deheart Horse Branch age 15 W L Howell Island age 23 to Ruby E Porter Hartford age 22 Robert King Spring Lick age 48 toI Meliva Baize Manda age 43 Want a Doctor The inhabitants of Arnold Ky in Ohio county are badly wanting a physician to locate in their commu says C C Parrish in an inter iew with the Owensboro Inquirer e the death of Dr Crabb more a year ago the people around have been put to much ex pense and taller in the matter of se curing a doctor to attend to the sick Dr Givens is the nearest physician and he is located several mils away and it always takes many hours to get him and in serious cases the de lay would mean death r X JItZt I 1 N SMALLHOUS I filledtheI Lawrence Saturday and Sunday ire preached two excellent sermons iaike Igleheartwife and daughter M s Willie Igleheart and son Miss Mattie Igleheart and Messrs Sam W Bilbro and Jim Tichenor Ma tanzas attended church at the Small t Mus Baptist church SundayI3 Sam Denn aged about thirty yearadiedatthehome of his moth cr Mrs Tom White October 27 of brane fever Ho professed religion about fifteen years ago but did not tjQilt U1y church He said he was j r a y togo He leaves his mother mournQI j v Miss Selen White and Mrs Richard White are quite sick I Little Earl Curtis is quite ill fItyphoid fever at the home of Jfrondmother Mrs Mag Fought returnnrom a to her son Matthews Oppio Kittingerwife and two sonsI are the guests of his father at Is landIRoss Howell Islandwas the guest of relatives near here the latter part of the week Mr and Mrs Crumbecker and family Hopkins county wereguests of their parents Mr and Mrs GeoI W Barnard last weekIMesdames J Withrow and little Miss Alberta Drake went to Centertown lastI Thurs ayIdaughterIspent Saturday and Sunday the guests of Mr afStTMrs Jahn at Nelson Creek W C Overhults went to Matan I zas Sunday I Herman Addington went to Cen tral City Saturday and returned I Sunday I Rev L P Dsake Centertown I Messrs S W Blbro Tichnor and Miss MattielgleheartMatanzasI were the I Addington and family Sunday Miss Minnie Bishop is the guest of her sister Mrs Joe Bullock Nora Withrow was thrown fromI a horse Saturday and received a soI vere hurt in the forehead U h Wanted 60 good tie makers to make ties Call on M T LIKENS 9tf Hartford Ky Drills For Company H The following dates have been arranged for the members of Com pany H to assemble a indicated and drill in squads Saturday afternoon Novembers John Stevens Roy Heavrin Tymer Westerfield Dudly WesterfieldClar- ence Shown Herbert Shown Sey more Bennett Ben Bennett Marvin Black and Oscar Flener Saturday afternoon November 10 A E Sandelur Lawrence Gary Owen Ambrose John Hamilton Frank Hamilton Willie HentonCleve Baxley Obe Powers Evans Calias and Ike Christian Friday November 16 at night Eck Hudson Frank Hudson Burnie Carpenter Arthur Petty Orland Park Oswell Hocker J N Foster Ellis Foster Carl Anderson and Will RileyFriday November 23 at night Walter Campbell Elmo Jones Will Liles Van Crabtree Sidney Williams Talmage Davis Ramer Tinsley Otto Martin Perry Keown and Ramey DukeEvery I member of the company will be required to attend at least one drill per month and if possible he should attend more than one The object of this squad drill is to perfect evcrymember the minu test drill required to become a soldier No pains will be spared to make Company H second to none in the regiment and the voluntary coop eration of every member will not only make this possible but assured CAPT J M DEWEESE Licensed Auctioneer Squire W Tichenor of Point Pleasant Ky licensed auctioneer for Ohio county Cumberland phone 11tf SULPHUR SPRINGS Oct 30Our newpreacher Rev Goodman preached his first sermon at Mt Vernon Sunday Misses Lena and Vera Miller Min nie arid Maggie Wedding and Mr Ollie Wimsatt were the guests of Komrfey and Cliffie Acton Saturday and Sunday Mrs Jim Fitzhuglv who has been I Z Y t- On I today and tomorrow November 2 and 3 we willoffer our 10 Suits and Overcoats at GIOO I They represent the best made the latest stylesahd extra good Quality Fit guaran teedSAi1k TELEPHONE GROWTHThe Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Company has issued statement of its business for the month of September and the increase iu the number of its subscribers is shown as follows v Number subscribers September 1110017439Nuinboradded during month 4 792 t Number discontinued 1 2826 v Net increase 1966s Total number subscribers Sept 29 190Gr 159405 Lorenza Acton Bernice Nabors- on the sick list for some time is im proving Elvis Magan and wife Visited Mrs Magans sister Mrs Dr Godsey Shreve Saturday and Sunday Miss Effie Mitchel spent last week with her sister Mrs Maggie White Hartford end returned home Sun dayMisses Mag Fergison Mollie Ren frow Pauline Weir and Vivon Fer gison Marvin Chapel attended church atMt Vernon Sunday Miss Laura Moseley who has been dangerously ill is able to be up againMis Hazel Schrader Dundee visited her mother Mrs John D Johnston Sunday One of the nicest affairs of the season was an apron party given at the home of Schuyler Acton Satur dayrnight Premium was awarded to Vivon Fergison Surmydale Those present were Misses Lana Miller Pauline Weir Lula and Ava Acton Minnie and Maggie Wedclinur Virginia Fitzhugh Cliffio Acton Elton Huff and Messrs Wil Tall Herbert Ralph Elijah Daniel Allie Wimsatt Parvin Midkiff Arvis Wedding Romney ActonVivon Ferguson Ports Murphy Cleveland and 1 to JS r Romney Duff Cullie Wedding and Willie Muden Moss and Tompson Plasterers and contractors satis faction guaranteed Phone 29 or Beaver Dam Planing Mill 13tf For the Children To succeed these days you must Ifave plenty of grit cour age strength How is it with the children Are they thin pale delicate Do not forget Ayers Sarsaparilla You know it makes the blood pure andrichtnnd builds up the general health in every way t- T1ethlldrenesnnolpoo141rharecoodhealth nnlMi tho b welt ura m condition errrcct HUT cnnitlhBiton l r Rhine onall doves or Ayr a rillMt Jo DfusAA 1 9 1 JeTSAQUIXUIU d Voharoco auerott J We poI1I11 tho formulas ctAll opt msdlelnee t Bill Butlers Luck I BY GEO F CHIPMAN ICopyrlght 1906 by Dally Story Pub Co Gecwhitaker Ive got itl Why jdidnt I think of it before Illmake I the boys sit up and scratch them selves Hang up here Bronc and lets think this thing over I Bill Butler had been doing a lot of thinking for a cowpuncher and as the inspiration came to him the frown cleared from his countenance nnd he pulled up his horse at the tpp of a ridge overlooking a large expanse of cattle country His diffi culty was partially a financial one but there was another matter which troubled him still more lIe was a leader among the cowboys on that part of the Alberta range where the Double Circle outfit was located It was the habit of playing a quiet game 6n the occasion of the month ly payday visit to town which caused Bill to look so glum today He had lost regularly and his ill luck had become a byword on the rangeBill Butlers luckwas a synonym for every misfortune that over took any man on the range Bill had I warned the boys at the last game that he would skin them yet and though the threat was made laugh ingly lib meant it lie realized that he must fight shyof the quiet game and try some other expedient in order to hit all the boys at once By the next morning Bill had his scheme completed and awaited an opportunity to open the campaign Stumpy Ike Matson offered the first opening as he met Bill early in the morning when they were getting their horses from the corral Have you heard the latest Stumpy was Bills greeting Xo I havent what is it Who did you skin this time Stumpy roared at his own wit Oh its only about Mattie Sy mont bcin married What I yelled Stumpy as he dropped the saddle he was about tot throw on his horse Mattie Symont was the daughter of the proprietor of the only hotel in Raymond where the cowboys aU stopped when they made their occa sional visits to civilization to squan der their wages and shoot up the town She was the darkhaired queen of the cattle country and each cowboy thought himself high in her favor for to outward appearances she treated all alike The boys decked themselves in gala garb when they visited town and put on their best manners in her presence a smile and a word sent their hearts thumping in their breasts Even Stumpy who greased his hair and put a fresh handkerchief around his neckoil payday considered that he stood in with Mattic lie could hardly credit the truth of Bill Butlers statement Do you mean to say Mattio Sy mont is caught Whos the feller asked Stumpy after he had recov ered his breath Oh I dont know his name lies a tenderfoot and a darnd fine fey ler too they say Well by guns he oughter be a fine feller to ketch a gal like that Say Billsaid Stumpy sudden ly looking at his companion that hits you pretty hard dont it I dont mind confessin Stumpy that JIIS kind of sweet on Multif but so was mill the rest of you so its an even thing Kaoh man west along to his work but the subject of their morning discussion was uppermost in the thoughts of each throughout the day fore night every man in the Double Circle outfit knew that ho was no longer the favorite in the eyes of his darkhaired queen The news spread rapidly to the adjoin ing ranches for though there were oilier girls in the country there was but one flattie Symont and mill the cowboys bowed before her shrine The gloom was deeper because the lucky man was not one of their num her hut a despised tenderfoot It was a terrible calamity The wedding was to take place in the evening at the hotel and bymm stroke of good fortune it happened to be the day of till usual visit of the cowboys The free hearted and generous knights of the range could nivcr think of allowing suchIU event to pass without expressing in ii tniifible forrn their appreciation of tin Lido Mluripy made till firs- tsngistion to Hill on the subject Bills advic rus usually asked be fore tiny decided move was taken Sa Hill sold Stumpy dontyon think wo ought to give Mattie something just to show what t ye thought of her II Y I guess itd be all right re turned Bill stolidly Got a paper Stumpy and Ill head the list Stumpy got a paper and pencil and brought it out to Bill who wrote his name and the amount of his donation and handed it back Three hundred dollars I yelled Stumpy as he looked at the pa per I didnt mean to make paup ers of us all l I thought a lot of that girl replied Bill Butler as he eyed his red headed companion soberlyand I wish I could give more The paper was circulated and the boys inspired by Bill Butlers start and not to allow it to be supposed that he was any more a favorite than they contributed very liberally I I Three Hundred Dollars Yelled Stumpy I There was more than 3000 when the paper was returned The wedding day arrived Never was such a gayly dressed maimof cowboys seen in llavumondas hunch that galloped up to the theI door that afternoon Seeing their queen was to be married they determined to show no resentment hut to make her as happy as pos sihle At supper nothing was seen rtf the young bridetobe and the boys held a consultation outside the hotel a short time afterwards The unanimous opinion was that the gift should be presented to JIattie before the wedding as it would seem more like giving it to her and they didnt care about giving the tenderfoot any lift It was noted that the mot who had beaten them all was no I where to be seen but they thought that he probably did not care to face a mob of cowboys When nil was ready for the pre sentation ceremony a message was sent to Mattie that the boys wished to see her for a minute at the door She appeared a radiant Vision in white and her itir decked with I roses The breath of the cowboys was lost for au instant as she stood smilingly inquiring their wishes It was but a second before the hints went in the air mindnil cheered lustily for the girl before them Stumpy had peen chosen to make time speech and handover the giftas Bill Butler who had been asked had declined the honor saying he did not feel equal to task theI Stumpy wiped his blow large red bandana and scared his throat in a very audible manner preparatory to the speech of his life Wes all sorry that you he goin to git married Jliss Mattie but we hopes youll alien ho happy11o j want you to take this little wad from the hays just to remember us hylIt was a heroic effort and as Stumpy placed the word in the hand of the smiling girl every cowboy in the group felt it to be the proudest moment of his life The cowboys who had all received 111 invitation to attend the welding assembled in the dining roonm whidlI had been specially decorated purpose As the group of men who j had spent years on the plains stood watching the door through which the bridal party was to come it was j an anxious moment They all won lered what manner of nun the ten derfoot could be- At last the door opened Time preacher entered null took his poi tint before a platform which had been erected Leaning on her fa timers arm followed the smiling Mattie But where was the ten derfoot Had he skipped out it the last moment The only other person who en tered the door was Bill Butler enf he wore a white rose in his rout or hole The spectators still watiho the door But what was this Bi1 Butler had walked to the platform and had taken his place beside Mat tie Symont and hind taken her right handIt suddenly dawnedon the cow skinnedISymont and the 3000 they al1 wished for Bill Butlers luck REQUIRED NO MATCHES SI Hanks Wrath Was Sufficient to Start an Oregon Forest Fire How did this terrible forest fire get started t inquired the tenderfoot from Indiana Well you see said the obliging Oregon man last week me an Si Hanks wine up in the mountains on a liuntin trip mid Si wuz bout seven miles from camp an wanted to light his pipe 0 Isceand he threw down the lighted match and set the wools afire Xo you dont see Jest Icnime tellmy story Si wanted to light his pipe He had put a bunch of matches in his pocket the night before in the dark Si kep acongrat ulatin himself on having aplenty of matches an he waited till he could set down an smoke an drink in the inspirin scenery Si wuz jest as eager for that smoke as a tomcat is for his dinner when he sees a howl o cream with the kiver off Finally Si seen a big rockthe finest rock for a seat in the hull state of Oregon and the finest piece 0 scenery from Puget sound to Mexico SiSldown pulled out his old pipe an tilled it full o the hest tobacker that Wows Then he reached in his pocket for a match and fetched out n wooden toothpick lie dove in again an fetched out another Then he pulled out the hull bunch of matches an found they wuz nothiif but toothpicks an seven miles to campii then Si Hanks set the forest afire I dont see how he could do that if he had no matches said the du bious tenderfoot Ye dont huh I certainly dont Well Si Hanks jest naturally set them woods afire with the light nin of his wrath Portland Ore gonianMERELY A FIGUREHEAD lieI am afraid your father will objectSheDont worry He has very lit tle to say hi our family A TEST OF CHILDHOOD Those four days following the San Iranciieo earth tmko were a test of childhood such as the world has sel dom known Thousands of children smut their homes burning their schoolhouses bunung time whole grout city burning and heard night and day the boom of dynamite blow ing up houses and stores and churches in the desperate effort to stop time lire Mommy had little or nothing to emit and oven drinking water was hard to find but as they walked along with their parents going they knew not where they did not com plain or cry Little hands held tightly to those they loved and little heads were lipid fed as they walked for countless blocks to wale park or open ground beyond the fires path THE FLOUR WAS TOUGH HI want to complain of the flour- yrott sent me the other day said Mrs Xewliwed severely Whal was time matter with it mamums asked the grocer It was toughmIV husband sim on ut errt = === SURE CURE For All Diseases of STOMACHLIVER ply wouldnt eat the biscuits 1 made with it Philadelphia Ledger FOR A SORE THROAT At the first intimation of a sore throat try a gargle of one teaspoonful of salt and one of carbonate of soda to half a glass of water TEMPORARY RESPITE Shsh My wifes nslcop Id rather not wako her When shoa asleep she Isnt spending any money Journal Amusant BIG BEN LOSES A MINUTE Dig Ben is so much above reproach as n national institution that when anything goes wrong with the great clock it is generally assumed that the weather is to blame says the London Daily Chronicle One morn ing nvently Mwwrs Dent the builders of time clock were informed that it had lost a minute It was the chief Hem of local in terest Every one said that the poor clock was suffering from the heat mid that the pendulum I md got weary of wagging through the trop ical hours but the real cause was given by Mr Dent When wo heard of time unuroal occurrence he slIidwe sent down a skilled workman to ascertain the cause lie found tint thcclock via correct but that the workmen had been changing the lumps in the clock lower and in so doing they must have interfered with time dint works and PO checked time progress of the clock At two oclock everything was in order again Big lien is the largest striking clock in the world The minute bands are 11 feet long und weight two cwt each the pendulum is 13 feet long and the bob weight four iwt It takes two men five hours to wind the clock which is dune three time a week Twice a day Big Hen telegraphs its time automatic ally to Greenwich Observatory which enables its performance to be checked WORKED BEFORE EATING Do you ever take any exercise after a hearty mealmy man ashed the 111at the back door with- In eye in the direction of her wood pile Do I replied the tramp be tween bites Why maam Ive been walking all morning after this nfmYonkers Statesman RESTLESS BIT OF EARTH There is near Trauensee a Tlmr ingian summer resort a curious floating island which drifts about Want moustache or beard fcautiful brown or rich black Use Quick Relief and for Headache Backache Dlzzinese- Indigeatlon etc v Hautfice a charming lake At pres ent the island is moored alongside the public road The little island has its own flora varying tram that on the immediately adjacent main land among which may bomen tioned the meat consuming Dro sera rotundifolia while flowers and edible berries grow here in rank profusion and slender birdies east their shade over those who care to land and investigato this restless little patch of earth Birds are especially partial to this spot wild ducks and other aquatic birds breeding hero in great numbers But the event of the year is the Volksfest held upon the island every Ascension day when dancing and bratwnrst eat ing washed down by the obligatory beer is the order of the lnyEx chnngeTHE GALLANT DOCTOR Do you think it will take doc tor asked the charming young girl who had just been vaccinated Well replied the gallant doctor if it doesnt take on an tram as pretty as that Ill have no respect for vaccine hereafter THE WILL AND THE WAY Chinnem The doctor says 1 need t good rest alms Chinnem But you cant leave your business Chinnem I know it limit you can visit your mother for a couple of weeks cant you Pacific and Mexico CHEAP COLONIST RATES- in effect daily until Oct 31 100G VIA MtftO1 Pa y OR Iron St Louis or Memphis Through Tourist Sleepers Greatly reduced round trip Home seekers rates to the WEST AND SOUTHWEST First and Third Tuesdays in each month Liberal limits and stopover privileges For rates map folders etc see nearest agent or R T G MATTHEWS 11 A 301 Norton Blml- gLouisville Ky u KILLTHE CPUCEI- AND CURE THE LUNGS Ora Kin 9s WITHNew 160 Surest and launcher Cure for alt THROAT and IU1IG TROUB LEB or MONEY DICK OUR CLUBBING RATES Tug ihIt KUCAN unit IulIedit IJImld12lTl- lg ItlrruLnAN HIH tiisjilt I Hiiy Iim raid 20C Till lIunlltm lllll illfUTMlniil lr Till ltdIITI11ICAN mill St lMiiis ilniiurntiiuounit lTf1- UIICANInE l rrl ami Iliiino itiiil 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Ky n 1 1nfYt+V ry h 4k I 1 x Clothes for the Man Who Cares Ve say Clothes for the man who cares because their desirability does not consist of superficial elegance only Every detail is absolutely correct They are the kind of Clothes which n man who really cares about his per sonal appearance would include in his wardrobe A Suit made expressly for you are those made b- ySTRAUSS BROS CHicago MASTER TAILORS A beautiful selection of over 400 patterns of allweaves and designs to select from Call at PEARLS PANTIOUIUM and scz them A perfect tit and satisfaction in every respect guaranteed If you have Clothes to clean and press telephone us your order We send after your work and deliver it All work done in style and to a nicety P D TWEDDELL Mgr Uocntoil In Ilulltllriir Hortnorly Occupied by V M C A on Center Hlreot t++4444 Jo tFM 3t Itt Jo + +t4t+444t4t ++ Jo+tt4b + b+ 1 +f IIBA JLOF TMCI IHH2 RDI t Capital Stock 4000000 Surplus 12 00000 t Stockholders Addfl Liability 4000000 V + Securety to Depositors 9200000 tJ W FORD President JOHN T M0041E Cashier P TAYLOR V Prest It HOLUHOOK Asst Cashier + LW FOROIt IImnRooK Directors 4 AtooaRJNo j iJ44444444444444141 ie1 ++t44+++++bF++ 444 ++ t + +tffff FIRST i NATIONAL 1 BANK Oi Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits 12500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Dank Come i- nDIRECTORS GAME LIKEs ALVIN ROWE BURCH FELIX JIM POIK STEVENS WAYNE GRIFFIN I BUSINESS COLLEGES ARE FAILURES ever throw money worthless training school STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LowvIUeX7 I HE REVERSED THE i Good Story Toldof Prof Riddle of Revision Committee westIIerngheny Pa has for many spent his summers at Castine yearsI w Prof served at the the revision of the Bible on tho American committee of revision and his connection with that committee well as his eminence a theo logian has made him a marked man among the summer colony at Cas tine One day some years ago Prof Rid was walking along the wharf at Castine dressed in old boating clothes and an old white sweater for the wind to breeze 7 favorIitesmoking a pipe as is custom One of tho wHarf hands at that time was Joe Hackett man about I J r e i i i j j I i I i In small does and towns because 1 There li not a sufficient population to school l 8 Sucllschoolseremuallycondudedty persons who are NOT quallHeu or who makllit a practice to travel about and dr tlraud their patrons There are lew II any opportunities for their graduates to secure employment Into suchlocallilet 4 The THOROUGH business colleges r It arelocatedinthelargerddesandareconducted B The IOradualet 01 business colleges In small cities ortowns can not secure employ ment Inlarle clUes when thrown In compo tition with the THOROUGH graduates of highclass schools as business men have no time to experiment with Incompetents rhrefrehewise Sendforthennestt5a nace cttalozue luued by a commercial school before deciding to away your for a at some cheap BRYANT BIBLE tothe Riddle ns as dle his a as GOOD I distinguished among tho people of I Caatinu for his lack of biblical lore- I ns Prof Hiddlo was for his familiar ity with it While Prof Riddle was thus loaf ing around the wharf n stranger went up to Jon and laiauWllo is that old fellow over there smoking a pjpo Joo looked up to him in a surprised but rather a pntroniz look and saidUWhywhy ring dont you know that man that is the man that reversed Iiquite a number of years ago but among his friends Prof Riddle has not outgrown his re versing the Bible THE FIRST THING What is the first thing to learn nbout running n motor car asked the curious friend Economy in everything else answered the man who is always getting into trouble J h f THE TYRANT WE ALL OBEY Wellintentioned Man Had No Cause for interference The Aelluttcnfioncelnina over heard two women hiking together lnmediatclyletthe urll intent ioned man always goes nbout with a lifelong hunger in his heart to busy himself with time nlTnira of other people I tell you ho it u perfect tyrant said woman No 1 1 have no doubt of itsuill the nllmr I will listen to this womans Inlo thought time wellintentioned mnn mill u rlmps 111iny be able IIOUIIn tyrant despot ln has no mercy on me whatever lie rules the whole house likn tnrIIOf cotirso he does said wom an No2I have to otTer my services to this poor downtrodden woman r thought the wellintentioned tuna Yes ho rides over the whole of iw rough shrhl And sometimes when hc gets on time rampage lid breaks everything he can lay his hands oil- Jtnditni said the wellinten tioned man who could stand it n longer madam my services ore at your disposal Let itu go to you homo tine intercede with your ty rannicnl husband l- llo aint my husband at all you simpleton RHlppedol1lnn No1 lies my Iiinc uulnths old baby bless his precious little soul P=Tit Bits BROOK TROUT WEIGHT RECORD I have seen a speckled trout that hall been caught in n pond in Maine the weighed llj pounds This trout which was n regular red spotted square tail brook trout was mounted here In this eity by C If Itead about six yours sign It was caught by n man named Kafon I mills n claim at the time that i was a world Inelcr The Maine pa pers got hold of the pine I hall written then the state department it Augusta sent hero and bought itand Itun informed that it is in the Maine state house now I believer lluu as 1 believe now that it is the I largest brook rout over taken in American waters II wns just nj pet feet in fongi as any pound trout I over saw 10III is brother knowing I was fishy sent for me to came and set It It hind an affidavit of till sheriff of the town and several oth ers who untie soon it attached dole caught andWright11orcester Let ter to Forest and Stream ICA SE FOR GLOOM r Mr Monk What are you so miser able about old chap Tho Giraffe My boat girl pinned a rose In my buttonhole and Im so high up I cant smell It to HUSHING THE NEW BOOTS Tho floor of tho village church at Old Weston IIuntingdonshireEng land was duly spread withhay re cently in pursuance an t custom The church is dedicated t St Swithin and many years ago a donor loft a field to tho parish clerk on condition that the land was mown immediately before the festivalof lime pntronnh saint and- the cutting strewn on the floor o IlKchurch on feast Sunday It is supposed that on feast Sunday the I parishioners wore new boots anti the hay was intenddd to deaden the squeaking SHE FURNISHED THE SOAPI A young lawyer in Exeter N H called a woman in to dean his and when he came to pay tier tat her he thought she charged too much Later ho told her he would get tier a job to clean ucn unman Mansions office if she would charge agreedIman a very generous one I After the young lawyer had oxi I plained to him thut the woman was j RuIthorizcdcame and put in about seven hours work I The general in n voice that sound xl like a roar asked How much is time hill Five dollars stammered the woman Five whatff roared the general What have you done to earn five dollars The woman almost crying said Well you know I furnished the 1snap So yoti did so you did said the general Cheap enough cheap cnoiiLh and ho gave her a fivesnot EARLIEST STRIKE FUND The earliest mention ofa IItrloI fund occurred in time walkout of HID Parisian stocking weavers in 172J when n crown a day was subscribed for every striker andall blacklegs were mercilessly boy cotted The biggest strike under the ancient regime was that of ito17lt when 12000 men went on a mayorrthat he conceded everything they I asked No more strikes were heard of until 17139rHero is our condensed opinion of the Original Laxative Cough Svrup Nearly all other cough tyrups are constipating especially those con taining opiates Kennedys Laxa tive containing Honey and Tar moves the bowels Contains no opiates Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by all druggists Celebrating Visitor to butlerWhat ore you doing with the scsrsecrow mastersthat and black coat on it for the oc casion SIOO Reward Sloo The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional treat ment Halls Catarrh cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving tie patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The properties havesomUch faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send for list of testimonals Address F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Sold by all druggests The Take Halls Family Pills for consti pation Insurance Department of Ken tucky Frankfort Aug 13th 1906 Whereas The National Life In surance Company located at Mont pelier Vt is possessed of the actual capital required under the laws of this Commonwealth and has com plied with all the requirements of said laws which are applicable to Life Insurance Companies incorpor ated by or doing business in other States of the United States Now therefore I R Prewitt Insurance Commissonerlfo- the r State of Kjntucky 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 Insuranceofor one year from Aug 1190G in this State as provided by the laws thereofIn Whereof I have hereunto subscribed myname and affixedfwritten HENRY R PREWITT Insurance Commissioner DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills act on both kidneys and liver and as a result afford the quickest relief from th6te troubles resulting from an excess of uric acid Such backacheda few doses of this modern remedy for the kidneys Sold by all druggist v j i alittleattacks of Indigestion you have no doubt beatsheartburnIndirection causes the stomach to expand swell and puff up against tho heart This crowds the heart and inter oftimeKodolfFor Dyspepsia digests what you oak takes the strain off of tho heart and contributes nourishment thobodyStomachnflammatlon of the mucous Diaeslivo of the After StomachIweakFinallydlatt relief After using a Jew bOWes I am cured MRS LOPING NICHOLS Penn Yon N Y I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I DyspepsiaCurotorabout D KAUBLE Nevada 0 Digests What You Eat albvn Isdlpttfs lest stomata btleh loir of rugate rnpuva at u are LaIc hIao Notre by Z WAYNE UIUFFIN REALI 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 widfe halls on Union Street Hartford situated on lot J acre All out buildings and good water Price reasonable One Farm four miles West from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con 3isting of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a at a bargain 40J acres near White Run adjacent to the I C R R half Caney Creek bottoms all cleared good orchard two good wells price reasonable a bargain for some one further infor mation furnished on application 100 acres 1 mile from the Court House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings four yells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur nishedon application A twenty acre tract two miles North from Hartford opt the Owens boro and Hartford road within J mile of School house excellen- neighborhood good barn and outbuildings moderate dwelling andifine well of water A 500 I 120 acres Rough River bottoms three miles West from Hartford bounded by Rough river on South and I public road on north 40 cellent state of cultivation remaindI- er well timbered with oak gum ashImaple and hickory Good stable and other outbuildings Wil- sell land and timber together or either separate from the other 95i acres Rough River bottoms considered the richest soil in the neighborhoodon what is known asI the big ditch three miles West from Hartford All well timbered with firstclass oak gum ash maple and hickory Will sell timber and not j the land or will sell land and reserve I timber or will sell all togetherj 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 ofcorn per acre About GO acres in timber Three dwelling houses j Good well water and early orchard Terms onehalf cash balance on easy payments I New two story frame dwelling in Hartford Six rooms two nice halls Lot 100 foet front 210 feet deep Good well Situated corner Fredrica and Griffin streets Two thirds cash I balance in 12 months A I bargainWe List your property will find a buyer j BURNETT i SMLT N Rtjiiblicaa Office Hartford Ky Cumbeland 1 TELEPHONEAND I Telegraph CoI- lncorporated 1 heres nothing the matter with 1 my bubiness I have the Cumberland Telephone In my residence and place ol business My business hut Increased and my wifes voice Is never heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition TIJ PROM Mgr Chao Couny DmnltoAttornllHiirriiM Clerk Frank L Kelli Matter Com mlMlonerY L MoielejrTroiteeJarrFnnd B SbrlfSAlJratcber Undayweekennd third Monday In May and Norembor two week WtlTlodryClerkE3Lwoodward1ttoraeyHart mouth ITConrCcoareneatntMoodayleeaeht Quarterly Conrtnedn on the third Monday In January April July and October JanuaryTaeeday SbranIIAllenCoronerJlal 7nattoa Courta IaSptmbrW P Miller lone BranchMarch 28 June XSeptember 2S December Z8 W 8 Dean DUDd1rrch Z7 June 28 Sep tember 20 December 27 v ISeptembor21IDII Chamberlain UedaMarch 23 Jon i September 28 December 28 l3 Herbert Bender Centertown March SO JOBa 1 28 September Dmltr 30 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Ky A R COOK C P T A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C H HUNGERFORDDPA 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky J C BEAN AGPA St touisi Mo Subscribe for TfiEI EPUIILICANI po dex 1 flit v t 1 I flNSAYS II I HO ALUM IN fOOD In England and France the Sale of Alum Baking Powder is pro hibited by law because of the in jurious effects that follow its use i The law in the District of l Columbia also prohibits Alum in food You may live where as yet you have no protection against Alum The only sure protection against Alum in your Baking Powder JS fo Soyplainlp I p ftVALBAKINGIROYAL is made from Absolutely pure Cream of Tartara pure Graph L product Aids digestionadds to thehealthfulness of food u n saars J1 tI tsiHartford Republican 1FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2 e n d A Liltle Surprise l tY NELLIE CRAVEY GILLMORE Copyright IWfi by Dall Story 1ub Co Will you please lower this win dow a little- Something subtly familiar about the subdued accent of the girl who uttered the words caused Mannin to sit suddenly upright A glance across the aisle was sufficient cor i To oration For a moment the hot blood sang in his checks as his mind flashed luminously back over the l pastOra I He was bending over her close enough to touch when tho girl a turued startled eyes to meet his im v pattionellook Dick Aiwkyl If it isnt lie ungloved hand wont out involuntar fly and Manning held it for a super fluoli minute How long has it hcenO he was asking us he took the vacant seat be sido her- r 11 the neighborhood of five years I should hazard she laughed tio pink cooling swiftly into her cheeks Going to New York are you For just one short blissful week Then Iyou will let me sec something of you he pursued un niistnkablc eagerness in the tone Ofcourse I shall bo stopping with my Aunt Estelle You know the plneoon Seventyfifth She chniiffcd color quickly Manning nodded with a queer smile He was wondering grimly if lie should ever forget it What do you say trf an old titnc jaunt tomorrow T he suggested tentatively She might her breath quickly her lips broke npurt mid she trembled suddenly Well It was Manning who fpoke Ills face was again er near her own she felt his warm breath on her cluck and in the flue hair about her temples Instinctively she drew backIlltercdand suc cumhlflIcomo you urged following up the advantage he lush palpably gained Yes eli said When the word hind left her lips i she lifted her head and looked Man ping full in the eyes Hor cheeks were vividtuul her eyes sparkled Rtrnu ely Should she tell him or tvt The events of the past noII 1 yearnr ri LC the lad of o I had been u liltlo too much for a per son of h r temperament Forever after site would settle down to thai 4old humdrum existence with which I ur husband hud elected to provide her Her huiiind 1 If she could only sl ==put mm out or tier thoughts tor HI hours But she could not For with keen selfanalysis she knew perfectly that she loved him with every fiber of her being Even his despotic iso lotion of her from all her old friends and pursuits had taken nothing from lice first passionate devotion to him Willingly she had given up everything and gone out on the desert pmiriolaiul with him and just as willingly she meant to go hack But she could not help wondering un easily whatlArthur with his iron clad tcnctswould say to this escapade herselfgfinally decided for he should not have the chance leer intentions were innocent enough but to a matt of his Puritanical senti ments quite liable to misconstrue tine You must have been thinking quite seriously Manning observed smiling to judge by the solemnity of your fae Dirk she sl1idmy mint hns I lie jolliest sort of a girl staying wilt her You wouldnt object to her go inf along with us would you Manning started frowned old the blood flamed into his face but his reply was carefulenough Certainly not Delighted How ever the warmth had gone Trom his Zane and a dull silence ensues for several minutes Then allnt once his expression changed lightened anda ripple of inspiration passed over his face lly love he said sitting up sud tidily the very things Ive the best kind of a pal on this very train Well get him to join us What do you say The girl bit leer lip cud her breath delihlerleland she would stick it out Of course here was no harm in itanautomobile drive possiblya dinner at one of the clubs and maybe a matinco or something afterwards But try ns she would she could not shake our the guilt sensation that possessed her of an underlying wrong done to her husband who in his absolute loyalty to her never even so much as looked at another woman Still he would not be on for two whole days and in that time she would doubtless bo able to ad just her feelings to the common seno standard of application If youll excuse me a few mo nionts shill sunning I will go on to the smoker and look up my friend and bring him in after n bit When Manning hind disappeared she leaned hack wearily and tried to think connectedly II d When funning found nn oppor unity to spclconfidentially to his friend he said Theres n swell girl up frontan old chum of mine Shes on her way to Sew York for a little visit Says sired has a cousin or something there and J thought if I could win your consent to come along we might take in the town tomorrow =The other tossed his cigar out of the window nnd pushed his hat onI the back of his head The action i seemed to afford him time for some lightning calculating What is today he asked Tuesday Yest hood My wife will not arrive before Friday She stopped in Johnstown to see some relatives and I dont know of any better way to kill time than the way you propose j I was thinking of a drive out to sonic of the parks said Manning a run down to the slnrllnnll well anything agreeable to the rest of the crowd The other nodded At that mo ment anything seemed agreeable to j A Girl Did Get OttAt the Last Station him The prospect of a dayoff was rejuvenating inspiriting lie had ambled along bovine paths so long that his feet tingled for u brief respite In the aggregate the life he had ledand chosen deliberately to lead was the onlyone for him but he argued there was nothiuglike a little unwholesome excitement to make one appreciate the charm of home life This latter reflection brought up a whole host of teem ories in which his wife figured1 as i giclheknew But she never course for it would do no special good to tell her in fact it lI1i ht o harm A woman like her couUlfnbt understand that it was essentiofoo a mans very nature to futJo sometimes Manning recalled him to the reset by rising and suggesting flat into the front of the car f sedinvoices roused her sharply Sho glanced up quickly the blood pour into her checksling Billy I Manning stared from tho girls rimson face to the mans whiteone lad ho told himself dint his tine eidcometo prove himself a diplo mat lie stood by silently watching the two exchange their extravagant mnritul greetings Then Maxwell iurned to him apologetically Let me introduce you to my wife Diek Ora this is Mr Auslcy Manning held out his hand an the girl gave him hers without n quiver Her fingers were cold bus heady enough anti some of the red had left her cheeks She looked ni her husband Well this is quite a surprise Bil ly 1 thought you veniit coming on till Friday or Thursday was it I cant conic to New York before then Im doing thesmall towns now you see he replied glibly But your Oh I got enough of Johnstown end decided to go on to Gotham call hive the folks there n little stir prise Manning was looking upand down the car ns though in minute search of sonic one There was n girl in here awhile ago he remarked frowning but it looks like shes given me ihe slip A girl did get ofTnt the lijst sta j tion Mrs Marvcll observed indif 1rH1tlIManning scowled Then laughed In that case he concluded shrugging I suppose I shall have to go back and look up my friend Allison NO WHITE MEN NEED APPLY I Chinaman to Build Electric Trolley Line with Chinese Money i Lint Dat a Chinese merchant Victoria B C is to start an ofI priso in southern China which is t bo by the Chinese for the Chinese I and with Chinese money In other wonls no white man need apply either for n portion of the capital stock or for an opportunity tocon street or operate the plant He lies raised 2000000 among his countrymen in British Columbia mad with it will construct an elec trio trolley railway from Canton with its 2000000 population through a populous country to San wu with 500000 inhabitants 00 miles away His charter from the government is such that it will be forfeited iI- oily foreigners are allowed to invest in the slock and he declares that In the line entirely with Chi Iwillll1liltJ even using Chinese elec trlclunsIIle claims that there are no en gincering diflTcultie in the construct ion that ample water pOrI IT cnn 1ohtnincll from the Qus Long Stun mountains SO miles from Snnwu that there nrc 22 junks givingon tho river carrying heavy cargoes cud many passengers thsl it takes these junks 11 hours to- arrsmake the trip nail that the will make it in threehours Although Canton streets nre so railwayIlish Mr Vat already contemplates asking the city for a concession of electric light und power privileges and it is believed that he will suc ceed and that the street railway may come later A REMARKABLE SPRING One of the most remarkable springs in tho world says J A Eddy in the Engineering and Min ing Journal has just recently been discovered in New Mexico It is literally a spring saturated with sodium sulphate Distilled water poundsperweighs ten and twothirds pounds The temperature of the spring is a little over 110 degrees Fahrenheit As the saturated liquid overflows and cools it forms a crystalline mass like ice which in the course of ages has spread into n snow white bed of solid sodium saltsmiles in extent and as level ns o lake The warm brine is inhabited by a minute shrimplike organism and a species of plant is found growing in the dry expanse of sodium sulphate LUCKY Of course like most of your class remarked the cynic cad you ne superstitious No doubt you consider the horseshoe a sign of good hick It is replied the sporting gent if it goes under the wire first on your horse I KHIVA THE FORGOTTEN A Great Asiatic City That Is Wasting Away Among the Sands Which Surround It isIthe sent of n Russian provincial gov ernor and ilervis a manufacturing town with n cast rosin drinking fountain pays Langdon Warner in the Century Khiva too was swallowed in its turn but disgorged again though the kingdom fell it was haudul uk to its owners and no ItusiMu may now enter inapt by in citation The Khivan nobles still ride a hawking and caravans in the Kara Kuin souls still fear tin armed horsemen who dash down from the north Though compassed about on every side by Russian territory null in hrtluI 1ithroats in the open market and dispenses tho high the middle and the tow justice from n raised finis in his courtyard Burnnby rode to the city from the north and underwent dreadful pri yntions to spend three days there Arminius lrnud cry nearly the most courageous traveler of modern times ronchcil there disguised an a holy man The American Mcllahan en tered with Hen Kauffmaim in 1871 Dr Lnndsell nnd Cnpt Abbott made the journey and lastly Mr Rolwrl L JeITrr obi as recorded in his boook called A Second slide to Khivn made a Jong bicycle ride nofrow time Russian steppe and h camel ride down to Khiva front Orenburg in the north But other than these I know only of Russian officers who have boon within the gates Since the Russians themselves have ngreed to keep out they have done nil in their power to prevent others front going into the city or even crossing time boundaries of time little kingdom What they fear from visitors it is not easy to hang inc Four antiquated muzzleload ing smoothbore cannon nnd a cor rupt ail unintelligent court circle revolving about n stupid ruler would not repay n second thought even froth the spies of the viceroy of In dia Hut the feet is that foreigners lire not allowed access to the suite affil the Eighteenth regiment of chasseurs is quartered at 1ctro Alex aiidrovsk in such a way as to control the Khrvun water supply along tIt cnnnl irom tile Oxus i In tho old days caravans from Mcrv and Bokhara were frequent Carpets and stuffs were sent both west and east from tho city in ex1 change for drugs cud ten Todaju some cotton is sent up tho river to the railroad and occasionally n smell pnrlyof merchants conies from the south lint moro and moro Khiva is becoming forgotten and intendrent with the world have left her ir slack water the deserts are a more effective barrier today than they were two centuries ago and n great city is left to feel upon itself it shall waste away and become part- of the sands that compass itIIAOAPTEt TO YACHTING Well said time winner Im glad 1 beat Bragley I Yes indeed rcplfed hffl friend I was delighted when you turned the tiikelioat first because Bragley had hen laughing so 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