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I t Jttitf rb Ittpnblicftu Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XIX HA11TFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9 1906 No 17 GREAT Wild VICTORY What the Latest Returns from Tuesdays Bout Show tit Day Passed Without Surprise and With no Material Change- in Political Complexion COUNTRY STANDS PAT Elections were held Tuesday in 42 states while the results in a number of instances were of unusual interest it may be said generally speak ing that there WHS no great sur prises Throughout the South the Democratic State and Congressional tickets have been selected by the usual majorities In the West and East the states remain aligned as two years ngo The Democratic or Republican columns show no material change the Democrats mukjng ains in some instances and the Re publicans in others The Republic ans retained control of the lower house by a good majority Perhaps the widest general interest in the election was centered in the remarkable tight for Governor waged in the State of New York between Hughes and Hearst The latest returns available show that Hughes while losing nearly nil the principal cities of the State was successful with about 60000 plurali ty The rural districts brought about the Republican victory Massachusetts reelecteu Curtis Guild Republican Governor over District Attorney John B Moran of Boston Democrat Pennsylvania elected Stuart Re publican for Governor over the fu sion opposition by the usual Re public n plurality Michigan Iowa New Hampshire North Dakota Connecticut Indiana and Wisconsin rolled up Republican pluralities although there was some falling off from the usual vote in IowaNebraska shows a big Republican gain Ohio also shows Republican gains over Pattison in the vote of last yearNew Mexico and Arizona have voted against the proposition to en ter the Union as a single State Gov Hoch was reelected in Kan sasThe Republicans carried Utah Wyoming Washington and Nevada while both parties are claiming Col orado Later reports show the election of the Republican ticket in ColoradoMontana seems to have been car ried by the Republicans and Texas takes its usual place in the Demo cratic column Congressman Babcock of Wiscon Republicanfailed to be elected In Rhode Island James W Hig gins Democrat was elected Gover nor bat the rest orthe Republican State ticket was elected West Virginia elected the whole Republican ticket electing a Repub licun Legislature Wisconsin reelects Gov Jas Da vidson Republican by a plurality pfat least 60000 In Tennessee the election of Patterson Democrat is claimed by a majority of 18000 Illinois went Republican by 120 000 Chicago alone gave 50000 Re publican majority- In Missouri the Democrats seem to have won but St Louis gave a large Republican majority Nevada went Democratic by 1000 The Legislature will be close but a Republican Senator will be elected California went Republican by 15000 A solid delegation to Con gress was elected New Jersey elected a Republican Legislature but the Democrats elected four Congressmen- In Maryland the Republicans elected half the members in Con V gress and carried the Supreme Court With the count still going on the result so far shows the election of 223 Republican Congressmen 163 y Y dt14 r t 7t Democrats There are 386 seats to befilled in the house This will give 60 Republican majority Kentuckys delegation to the Six tieth National Congress will be as follows First district OHio JnmMDem Second district Owsley Stanley DemThird distriotA D James Rep Fourth district Ben Johnson Dem I Fifth districtSwager Dam SherleyI district Rinock mIISixth districtPreston Kim I hall Dem Eighth diitrictIIarvey Helm DemNinth districlJ B Bennett Rep Tenth districtJohn W tLangley Rep Eleventh districtD C Edwards RepThis is a gain of two Republic an Congressmen from the Blue Grass State Its now in order for the Kentucky Legislature to gerry modifier the districts some more Below we give the ofliclal vote of Ohio county by precincts It will be noted that there was scarcely half vote polled in the county by either party the Democrats turning out better than Republicansbecau of the primary election in which considerable money was used The stock law carried in all the precinot in which tho question was submitted viz West Hartford Cromwell Shreve and Cool Springs TilE VOTE BY PRECINCTS IRIa1 NUTS K Hartford 104 115 1U51H W Hartford 86 115 2 87104 Bcda 78 71 7 Sulphur Springs 65 62 Magan 20 153 Cromwell 43 100 Cool Springs 53 41 N Rockport 51 04 S Rockport 59 61 Select v 22 55 X5 v Horse Branch 40 71 5 Rosine 48 114 3 E Beaver Dam 75 81 77 SO W Beaver Dam 86 86 124 McHonry 40 6111 Centertown 81 Smallhous 45 78IE Fordsville 40 W Fordsville 50 yEtnaville 46 121 Shreve 55 4711 Oluton 38 51 f Buford 46 16 2 Bartlett 36 21 Heflin r 42 27 Cerolvo 21 36 5 Pt Pleasant 21 29 1 Narrows 68 33 Ralph 57 275 Prentis 64 48 2 72 43 Herbert 34 6 3 Arnold 21 32 Render 24 482 Total 1659182885427462 Majorities I I 169 I I 35 LANDED IN JAIL Did Sim Helm for Misconduct At WhitesvilieBrother Out On Bond Owvniharo Iminlrvr Sim Helm is in the county jail as the result of desperate doings at Whitesville on last Saturday and his brother Leslie who was in trouble with him is out on bond They were arrested and brought to the city and placed in jail Justice Rodman accepted the bail offered for Leslie but would not take the same which was offered for Sim The brothers got drunk and went about tho town attacking and alarm ing those whom they could en counter They even went to the home of Miss Katie Neel who was ill of typhoid fever and frightened her so badly that she left her bed and ran to a neighbors home They first attacked John Howard agrave digger and his wife but were repulsed after having injured Mrs Howard Howard and his wife used a spade and a hoe in repelling the Helms Shortly after the attack on Howardand his wife the Helms set upon a boy named Knight and severely injured him THE DEMOCBATIG PRIMARY Shortage of Ballots in Hays and McCreary Territory No Challengers or Inspectators- For Antlfttachine Candidates in Many Places THO WHOLE THING ROTTEN IThe scheme of the machine to defeat Attorney JernllJnys for the democrat nomination for Governor whenImary in the country districts News LoulslilleI hocusI liaI mary Local headquarters were conferred with and Go more ballots were dispatched to the place The precinct went well for Beckham- A Mondays dispatch from RUs sellville says Democrats were thunderstruck this morning by the unexpected announcement by Coun ty Chairman Pottinger that they had made thirtyfour changes in the list of primary election officers early today twentyfour hours before the election This change was not known or suspected by the McCreary I and Hays managers until this morn ing and their followers are indig nantChairman Pottinger is an intense BeckhamHa er supporter and when the McCreary and Hays managers called on him this morning with their lists of challenges and inspect ors and asked him to sign their ere dentials they were told suchcould not be done ahd would not be done Attorney General Hays who thought he was a candidate for the nomination for Governor made vile gations in the city court at Louisville that he was reliably informed that a conspiracy and deal had been formed to steal the primary from him and made a motion that the presiding judge of city court hold a continuous session on election day so that warrants could hastily be procured for election offenders but the court being a part of BeckhamHager machie refused Over a thousand McCreary voters were disfranchised in Lexington and Fayette county No ballots being furnished in some precincts and in some voters were driven from polls by police In Corbin Ky not more than half enough ballots were furnished and by eleven oclock they were ex haustedIn Hays precincts were short of ballots and in several other anti machine precincts the officers did not arrive until 7 oclock and hundreds of voters got tired of wait ing and left without voting Several officers of the primary were arrested in Louisville charged with interfering with votes and fraudu lently receiving voters also refusing persons entitled to vote and making false election counts A Harrodsburgdispatch The Shaker Bend ballot box and ballots were stolen from Taylors saloon It was in charge of F A McCabe a Ueckhamite McCreary men claim that the opposition are at the bottom of the steal because it is a strong McCreary precinct The Beckham people strongly deny the charge McCabe left the box in the Saloon till he gilt ready to go home The theft created great excitement and some times it looked as if serious trouble was inevitable Shaker Bend is the biggest Democratic pre cinct in tho county Richmond Ky Nov 7Senator James B McCreary at noon today made a statement in which he said- I have returns from seventy three counties in the State These counties give me a majority over Beckham about 1iOOOIn the counties yet to be heard from I expect to break even with him but when fraud is particicated in and money used as has been in this election no one may know what to ex pectReturns received up to noon yesterday indicate that Gov Beckham has defeated Senator McCreary in the state primary for United State Senator by a majority ranging from 3000 to 7000 On the face of the returns so far received Hager has a substantial lead estimated at 15000 oftAgricultureMr Crenshaw while Gullon leads Winfrey by 5000 for Superintendent of public Instruction For Attorney General Mr Hendricks leads by a majority of 16000 although the re turns tire not all in I The root of the ticket nominated is as follows For Lieutenant Gov ernor South Trimble Fur Auditor H ftl Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert Vreeland For Treasurer Ruby Lnffoon For Clerk Court of Appeals Jno B Chenault Senator McCreary has gone back to Louisville and says he is there to make investigations He cites many instances of incorrect reports of the vote which does not credit him with hundreds of votes he received Some of his managers say they have proof of fraud in many coun ties especially in the mountain sec tion of the State where Beckham swept everything by overwhelming majorities his majority in many in stances exceeding the Democratic vote in the presidential election two years ago While Senator McCreary would not discuss the probability of a contest in case the certificate of nomi nation is given to Beckham one of the Senators closest political fricnJ said that the fight had only just be gunEven if Beckham is giving the cer tificate of nomination t1 ere are manyeven among Democrats who believe that he will never be elected Senator The hand of the machine was too apparent in the campaign and there is no disputing the fact that McCreary was run over in many countIes denominated by henchmen of the machine ESCAPE FROM PRISON Attempted by Convicts in Frank fort Kentucky Peni tentiary Frankfort Ky Nov 5State prison officials this afternoon un earthed a plot among a kalf dozen or more prisoners throughwhich one or two escapes have recently been effected and others planned Will Gilla Boyd county prisoner disappeared today at noon from the dining room of the institution and a thorough search failed to reveal his whereabouts One of his fellow workers in the diningroom was sweated and led the officials to the sandroom of the chair shop where Gill was dug out from under thefloor He had secreted himself with a view of making his escape after night The convict who told of tho plot gave the names of several desperate prisoners as being im plicated All were put in irons and solitary confinement The officials consider themselves lucky in locating the plotters just at this time as they might have a breakwhile new men are serving as guards while the regular men are away at home to vote as is the cus tom at every election Found Dead in Corn Crib Morgantown KT Nov 5Buf- ord Rohe a prominent farmer of this county was found dead in his corn crib this afternoon He had gone to the crib after feed for his horses and did not return When found he was lying on his face in the corn and seemed to have been dead several hours Death was due to apoplexy AntiSaloon League to Meet The Onio County AntiSaloon Leage will meet at the Baptist church in Hartford Thursday the 15th inst at 130 p m 114yi HERMAN MAUlY Shot to Death by a Negro in Mississippi ilis Father Goes to Scene of Tregedy And as Yet No Details Last Monday our fellow townsman Mr W H Mauzy was notified by telegram from Bulah Miss of the atIshot wounds that it could not be shipped home Mr Mauzy left for itII received giving any account of the I affairYoung Mauzy who was only about 22 years of age had been at work at a saw mill with Louis Chapman also an Ohio county boy for several months and it had only been a short time since his people had received a letter which indicated that he was doing well Mr Wm Mauzy the boys father is one of Hartfords most prominent citizens with a host of friends who are in deep sympathy with him in his hour of distress College Notes Mr Cecil Park a former non resident student entered school MondayMiss Margaret Reid of Rockport was among those who entered school MondayExaminations for the first quarter are over and the teachers are very busy grading papers and making out report cards The report cards will be handed out Monday I Mr Tom Hamilton has been com I pelled to drop out of school on ac count of being needed at home He reports that he will be back by Christmas or sooner We are very sorry to give him up even for a short while Monday was the beginning of the second quarter of this school year Renewed zeal on the part of both teachers and pupils is being man ifest d Messrs Owen Brown and Scott Ambrose were among the boys who went home to vote The teachers in all departments are looking forward to Thanksgiv ing when literary exercises will probably be held The Adelphion Society held a very interesting meeting last Friday evening The following new officers were elected C R Bennett Pres ident R W Tinsley Vice President Owen Brown Treasurer J Ney Foster Secretary 0 C Martin Sergeantatarms Connor Ford was appointed Critic Allison Barnett Isaac Christian and J Ney Foster were appointed as a program com mittee The appointment of a finance and membership committee was laid over until a later date Some warm debates are promised by the boys in the near future FOR THE BUSY READER France has accepted an invitation to send a squadron of war ships to tha opening of the Jamestown Exposi tion April 26 1907 A furious hurricane raged along the coast of Newfoundland the first of the week and an immense amount of di mage was done to shipping and fishing interests tt tt A reduction in Pullman car rates of 20 per cent has been demanded by the railroad commission in Texas and an order was issued recently for a hearing on November 27 Following their complaint against forty railroads in Ohio charging rate discrimination the independent oil cOIrIplaintsrailroad eo nmissiona I DEDAINov GRe C lVWilliams com menceda series of meetings at Mt Hermon last Monday night He is being assisted by Rev Gordon of OwensboroMr Paris and wife Buford were in our town Tuesday Mrs Sam Frizzell and Mrs War ren Mills were the guests of Mrs H A Brpoks Tuesday Mr J W Bennett and family Beaver Dam visited Mr and Mrs S L Baird Sunday Miss Alberta Greer visited Miss Clara Bennett Tuesday Mr S R Bennett and sister Mrs Bernice Dodson and little daugh ter Lora visited Miss Ethel Ben nett Beaver Dam Sunday Mrs Sallie Bennett visited Miss Clara Bennett a few days last week Mr Hayden Webb and family Mr James Tanner and family No YebhSunday daughterMiss SundayMiss was the guest of Miss Etta Bennett Tuesday night Mr T L Ballard was the guest of Mr PT Parks Sunday WASHINGTON BREYITES News From The Nations Capital Told In Crisp Sparkling Paragraphs Special to THE IttrpBLiuAX Washington D C Nov 7Therei- s a good deal of speculation in Washington as to Secretary Tafts real reason for refusing a place on on the Supreme Bench He could hardly be a consistent candidate for the presidential nomination against Mr Roosevelt yet that he has some definite purpose in mind by the refusal of the place is well known Mr Roosevelt has made a record toI for breaking and making precedents and when he goes out of the Canal Zone a mile and a half to attend the reception planned for him by Presi dent Amador of Panama he will be the first President of the United States te set feet on foreign soil during his term of office The formation pf the peoples Lobby recently at Washington by a number of political reforms of theiLvarious parties with the avowed pur pose of keeping tabon the stand taken by COngreSSmOn on various is- sueS Y and making public the same + has caused some particular congress men to sit up and take notices The reports that a German firm y sent a pair of storks to President Roosevelt as a token of its endor e ment of his wellknown views on the subject of race suicide has been taken seriously by many and a num ber of visitors who called at the White House to see the birds have e been disappointed Secretary Metcalf of the pepart ment of commerce and Labor predicts that the total immigration to the United States this year will be 1400000 people 77 per cent of whom will enter the country by way of New York tt tt The administration should be deeply concerned at the antiAmerican feel ing prevalent in Japan at the present time If this feeling should grow to any extent it would work untold harm to commercial power and pres tige that the United States has built upon JapanMedical Society The next meeting of tho Ohio County vedical Society will be held at the Court House Hartford Ky at 10 oclock a m Wednesday November 21st 1906 The counselor of this district Dr J W Ellis will be personI A special program for the occasion DR E B PENDLETON Pres- DR A P STANLEY Secy IMosS Tompson contractors satis faction guaranteed Phone 29 or Beaver Dam Planing Mill 13tf f 4- S ILl 1 rt A MODERN GREEK TRAGEDY Albanian Villager Whose Suit was Rejected Takes Rt venge on Girl A drama which illustrates the wilder aspects of life in modern Greece has just reached its last chapter The scene of it is the village of Medini which lies about ten milts north of Athens at the foot of the Tames Mountains and the people are of the Albanian race and preserve a number of old traditions and customs which even today have an almost religious force One of the most remarkable su perstitions is that of the relation be tween a young girls veil and her honor The peasant girls all wear a veil not the yashmak of the Turk but a head covering something like that which Italian peasant wnmen wear and popular opinion holds a girl dishonored ifa man steals that head dress away from her The only efficient way to reestablish her rep utation is to have their veil robber marry herIThree years ago a young man of the village named Michas began paying attentions to a young girl j named Stavrula His approaches were not favorably received lie lay in wait for her one evening when she went to draw water at the well snatched her veil from her head and disappeared in the twilight Now the tables were turned All the relatives of Stavrula began jnry Ing their addresses to Michas But now it was his turn to be coy He would not marry Stavrula He would not even return the stolen i veil and so make a minor reparation I for the injury he had done her i He began however to force his attentions on her at such times as he could find her unprotected and at last he made a forcible attempt to carry her off to the mountain Aj village gendarme arrived in time to save the girl but was himself abet down by Michas Michas was ar rested and condemned to a Tort term of imprisonment Returning to Mendini about two months ago Michas found Stavrula betrothed to another man He lay in wait for her When she appear cd she was accompanied by three women and two men He opened fire from his place of concealment and did not stop until he had mortally wounded every one of tae six Then dashing out to the j road he imprinted kiss on the lips of Stavrula who was already in the throes of death anl at the rarnej instant drove his dagger through her heart Then he disappeared Thj Government promptly offered a reward of 5000 drachms about 1000 for the arrest of the murder er All the police and gendarmerie in the kingdom were busy searching for him for a month but not a tray of him was found The crime was drifting into oblivion when sudd en ly a cousin of Michas went to the authorities and offered to Ltiay him I In order to reach the guilty man a stratagem had to be used Two rolciiers dressed themselves as tramps I and steered by the cousin scraped up an acquaintance with him us if1 by accident After a while they proposed tor him that they all three should got to America together In this way they got him to a place near Athens and there under pretense of ccle bratinir their departure they made him half drank The two then fell upon him iMicfcu fought like a wild beast and inflict ed serious injury on both of his as tailants They succeeded however in holding him and in doing him up in a neat package with ropes so that he could he carried off to prison without further trouble Ho is there now awaiting trial and sentence It is expected that the Government will exact full vaK ue for its drachms and that tta eireer of Michas will soim Cx brought to a close G and for everything a salvewsvf rt fur and especially recommended for piles That is what we say ni 11e i Witts Witch Hazel Salve On Il v un rket fur years and a standby in thousanus of families Get lc Vltta Sold by all druggists SenJin Christmas Presents LV Mail The approach of the Christmas season brings anything but pleawTit k4 anticipations to the railway man clerks who handle the thousand of presents sent through the mills Their labors are greatly increaswi try J- b the frnjerfect manner in which a large percentage oCt he package are pot up en many cases being so poor ly tried that they cone apart long before they reach their destination Speaking of it the other day a runa clerk said if people would take the trouble to put the article in a beast would save a great deal of un necessary worry and labor at a time whfio the clerks are badly overworked awl the present would reach the pereoa for whom it is intended in ninth better shape than it usually dries A shoe or a corset box or a breakfast fiod carton makes a pack ago convenient sizefor handling in the mails Glass china or fragile articles of any description should be packed in wooded boxes Packages should be securely tied and plainly marked with the address of the sender in the upper left hand caner Postage should be fully prepared 1 cent for two ounces for merchandise and 1 cent for two ounces on printed matter including books photographs pictures etc SEEN IN DREAMS Three People in Widely Separated Parts of the Country Prophesied Wreck The Louisville Nashville railroad tdisasterat Clarksville Tenn a few w ago when the engine mail anti baggage cars plunged into the river through an open bridge was foretold in dreams A few nights previous to the disaster Mrs E A shetplahllyleap of the locomotive and the men struggling for life in the swirling waters The dream was so horrify 4na that it greatly disturbed her steep Mrs Dohram formerly of Clarks viUr now a resident of Covington saw in a dream the night it happen led the same calamity and was so disturbed that she could not sleep She told her dream the next morn ling and way greatly exercised to hear from home and had no rest until the paper reached her recording the scene just as it hadappeared to her in the dream Stilt another Edgar Fox a Clarks villa boynow living at Kerrville Texas had a premonition of the affair and was so alarmed that he wrote home immediately describing his feelings and asking for an im mediate answer as to what calamity hadoccurred in Clarksville Married Men Better Kissers Tires a married roan know how to kiss better than a single man Can y fHi tell a married nun hy the way kissesThese two questions were answer ed recently by Mra Kathuryn Docile the pretty 32yearold widow of No 2A North Central Avenue Chicago vshoifi suing Frank E Dooling a i Springfield politician for bOO which i she claims she lent him and for kiss es which she confesses blushingly she gave him out right few single men know how to km declared the pretty widow 1 should have known Mr Dooling wasI married by the way he kissed Married men know how to kUs better than single men Their kisses are longer and more heartfelt Mountain of Gold could not bring as much happiness j to Mrs Lucia Wilke of Caroline Wiias did one oboxof Bucklens Arnica Salve when it completely cured a running sore on her legI which had tortured ber 23 long years Greatest antiseptic healer I of Piles Wounds and Sores 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bras Drug sure on I The Last Onet- llurIathi 11 eu11y She Bishop of Winchester was cm traveling through Banbury by rail acd wishing to try their cele bratedcakes aummond a boy and artkttl him to procure him one teaming that their price was three tense the bishop gave the lad a sivpencc telling him and with the other threepence buy a cake for yuuaself The lad rtior ly returned complacently rnuneinjj his cake and Candling threepence back to the Wahip exclaimed There was only r nt 1Jv uunor CASTORIAFor j i la KTffiJ You Have Always Bought Emro 1w- fCgtrmpaof IREMARKABLE Newborn Baby Abandoned by Its IMother Lays 48 Hours In Cornfield A story from the Bearwallow country which has just reached here reveals one of the most re markable instances of tenacity of life ever heard of says the Glasgow Times A week ago last Thursday night Rosa Hamilton a white girl employed as a domestic in the family of Mr John Whithall left home in the night went about half a mile to a cornfield where she gave birth to a child which she wrapped in a com fort and left concealed in the fence cornerAfter giving birth to the child the woman walked nearly two miles to the home of Mr John Bragg a kins man carrying a large valise full of clothes She reached Mr Braggs some time Friday morning and soon became so ill that a doctor was sent for When the doctor arrived he discovered what was the matter and gave the woman the attention she should have had twelve hours before i When asked what had become of the child the woman said it was born dead and that she had left it in the cornfield Magistrrte P L Terry was notified and on Saturday morning ear paneled a jury t6 hold an inquest over the child The jury visited the spot where the woman said she had left the child and found the little body wrapped in a comfort withone of the babys arms sticking out and blue from the effects of the severe cold of the two nights it had lain there Upon unwrapping the comfort from the child however the youngster gave a yell that startled the magistrate and jurors and be gan to cry as lustily as the strong est child ever born CaSTOrLzABan e TW till Tea Nlre IUtas IkO A Plucky Policeman Policeman Jacob Farra of Wet Chester Pa who has the reputation of being afraid of no dog last week attacked a dog which was appearmt ly mad dragged it from a porch and shot it The dog was on the porch of W R Ottey and had chewed the legs off a rocking chair when the policeman arrived He did not hesi tate but grasped the animal by the tail threw it over the fence aid then shot it in the alley Insurance Department of Kentucky Frankfort Aug 13th 100G Whereas The National Life In surance Company located at Montpelier 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 Henry R Prewitt Insurance Commissoner for the State of Kentucky in of the authority vested in purmancI laws of this Commonwealth do hereby certify that C M Barnett and C E Smith of Hartford in the County of Ohio are authorized as Agents of the aforesaid Company to transact the business of Insurance for one year from Aug 1 1906 in this State as provided by the laws thereofIn Whereof I have hereunto subscribed m name and caused my official Seal to be affixed en the day and year first above written HENRY R PREWITT Insurance Commissioner rTo protect the little ones and for the information and satisfaction of mothers the contents of each bottle of that wonderful children reme dy Cascasweet have been placed on every label Cascasweet is a harmless compound of vegetable extracts that is wonderful in its beneficial effects on the stomachs of ba bies and children Recommended and sold by all Druggists Around the Reading Tables Is it true in your homo that the center of all things seems to be the reading table You can find mother and sister in the kitchen during most of the day but in the evening when the family gathers for a brief period of recreation after the days work is done the spot is the table by the fireside whero books papers magazines and letters lie scattered about the bright lamp There fath er finds his business magazines his farm Ipapers mother her business magazines her household papers and the children amusing enter taining and at the same time in structive books and paperS Yes it costs something to provide these things But as was once saiduno home should be without its Bible it Shakespeare we now know that in this age of books and publications printing and reading no American can afford to be without at least a few uptodate periodicals wiseley chosen They furnish food for throught for conversation they are a bond of interest between the entire family They do more than one may at first realize toward keeping intact the family circle around the reading table HUSBAND AND WIFE Can Not Both Hold Jobs in The Governnut Service President Roosevelt has decided to eject from the Government service the husband of wife where both are employed He has called upon the civil service commission for a list of names of such employees When thislist has been furnished under direction of the President the hus band and wife who are both upon Uncle Sams pay roll will be given an opportunity to decide which shall resign If no agreement is reached one or the other will be dismissed The president will interpose no objection to the employment of a woman whose husband are living but are not in the Government service nor will he attempt to regulate the number of members of any family who shall be given Gov ernment employment further than to make it impossible for both the husbandand wife to remain upon the pay rolls IIt is estimatnd that in Washington alone there are at least 100 cases where both husband and wife arc in the government service In some instancs the marital relations arose cret and the wife appears upon the pay rolls under her maiden name Owl and Chick in One Mrs Ellen Elliottof RockdalePa is the possessor of a freakchicken which was hatched a few days ago i The fowl is half chicken half owl andshows little signs of life except peculiartmcessant beak also the large strange eyes When the chick walks its feet overstep each other as if walking a chalk line I Here is our condensed opinion of the Original Laxative Cough Svrup Nearly all other cough syrups are constipating especially those con- taining opiates Kennedys Laxative containing Honey and Tar moves the bowels Contains no opiates Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by all druggists No Call to Watch His THD1U An engineer from Sundaland was spending a few days in London with a friend and after a busy morning sight seeing the Londoner chose a large restaurant for luncheon think ing it would be a novel experience for the man form the north The visitor appeared to enjoy his lunch eonbut keept looking in thedirection of the door What are you watch ing asked his friend rather an noyedWell was the quiet reply As keepin an eye on ma topcoat Oh doont brother about that said the other you dont see me watching mine No observed the guileless en gineer thee has no call toits ten minutes sin thine went DEATH ENDS VARIED LIFE Charles Kincafds Endeavors Not Confined by the Atlantic rUnitnnatl TlnmSiMr J To few men does it full the for tune to live so varied a life as the lot of Charles E Kincaid whoH died early Friday morning in private ward of the city hospital Lawyer jurist journalist and diplo matia tacn hu won renown He was highly cultured and his gent ness of manner marked him as u man of refinement Judge Kincaid was born in Danville Ky in 1855 graduated from college was admitted to the bar and then became the editor of a county paper He served as a country judge became a State railroad com misionerand was a member of the staff of the Louisville Court erJourn al He was secretary to Gov Knott who selected him to arrange for th removal of the body of the sculptor Joel Hart from Florence Italy to Frankfort He was private secretary to United States Senator Will iams and then was Washington correspondent i of a number of news papers He was consular agent at an English city then clerk to the House Committee on Claims and a revenue officer until about ten earsIago when he became a the Cincinnati Enquirer stall i There was one incident in his life which while courts and public opin ion justified him seemed to sadden his life While he was representing the Louisville Times at Washington he wrote something that concerned Congressman Taulbee then repre senting the Tenth district of Kentucky Taulbee in a speech in the House denouncing Kincaid said he would thrash him on sight Soon afterward they met on the steps of the Capitol Taulbee was n man of immense stature Kincaid was small and of little physical powers Kincaid when he saw Taulbee approach ing and remembering his threat drew a revolver and shot Tnulbee dead Kincaid was tried and ac quitted Need a good cathartic A pill is best Say a pill like DeWitts Lit tie Early Risers About the most reliable on the market Sold by all druggists A Lesson on The Cow In one of the modern schools a first grade teacher was having a lesson on the cow She was trying to impress on the young minds the varifus uses of milk Butter and cheese had been disposed of and she wanted some bright genius to tell how the farmer fed the surplus milk to the pig Leading up to this she asked Now children after the farmer has made all the butter and cheese he needs and uses what milk he wants for his family what decs j he do with the milk that still remains Dead silence followed for a moment and then one little hand I waved frantically The teacher smiled and said Well Jim He pipedJames Mrs Craigies WitIThe late Mrs Craigie the noted novelist was invited to address a meeting whilt in New York City last year She accepted the invention but her name thoughsome oversight and was put far down on the programme and worse than that the chairman a rather stupid person introduced before her some speakers who were not on the pro j gramme at all In shortit was close on to 11 oclock when the chairman I with a pleasant smile bowed said Mrs Craigie the andI authorwill now give us her Mrs Craigie rose and said calmly My address is No 56 Lancaster j Gate Hyde Park W London and 1 j now wish you all goodnight for I am far from homeIi BUSINESS C LLEGES RE FAiLURES y I Insmallctlesandtowmbeosusett l I There is not a sufficient population to luppcrta GOOD school 2 Suchcohoasareusua117anductdby e persons who lire NOT quaff 1c or who make It a practice to travel about and de fraud their patrons 3 There are Jew It any opportunities for their graduates to secure Jn such 4 localitiesIJ ducted by persons who are a The graduates of QualifiedIsmall cities ortowns can ment Inl arse dUos when tition with the THOROUGH graduates of hI h class 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P1rszdrstr Nasal CATARRHIn should twcleuillne- iaElja Cream Balm deawa lootbn and hull the dlieued membrane It cures catarrh and drives away a cold In the heed nukkly IRI Criam Balm li placed Into tht nostrlli fprtadi M over the membrane and li abtortxd Bellitll lm t mediate and a cure follows It U not drylngdoei not produce ineezlns Large Size CO oenti at Drue lid orby Ipso Tcjal tlzeID eenU by malt SLY DBOTHKUS U Warren Street New Yor i I 1 TOBACCO GROWfRSIj Headquarters National Asso cation at Owensboro Secretary will Open offces in tit Midst of the Green RiverI Tobacco Dlstsict The Owensboro Inquirer says On November 8 Owensboro be comes the headquarters of the Na tional Tobacco Growers Association a branch of the American Society of Equity because on that date Mri arc drays Taylor Secretary of the Tobacco Growers Association will move his headquarters to Owcnsboro There have been publications here tofore to tho effect that such a movement was contemplated but it has not until the present been of ficiallyannouncedIThe provision made for paying the salary of the secretary docs not provide a fund that will be due before the assessment is made and paid on the 1906 crop and friends of the organization in Owensboro who are interested in seeing the headquar ters moved to this city have made arrangements to see that the salary ef the secretary is paid until the fund for that purpose is available Mr Taylor was employed by the National A S of E and his salary came through the national body thence the time required to look af ter the affairs of the whole society did not give Mr Taylor the time needed to look after the interests of the tobacco growers- It is complimentary to the Green river district of the tbocco growers which is the most active district in the organization It is the heart of the dark tobacco belt and Owens boro is naturally the chief tobaccoI center of the belt The er district is the most thoroughly or ganizedof any district us was clear ly shown at the meeting of the Na tional Tobacco Growers Association at Clarksville Tenn last month postmaster Robbod G W buts Postmaster at River ton la nearly lost his life and was i robbed of all comfort according to his letter which says For 20 years I had chronic liver complain which led to such a severe case of jaundice that even my finger nails turned yellow when my doctor prescribed t Electric Bitters which cured me and have kept me well for eleven years Sure cure for Biliousness Neuralgia Weakness and all Stom ach Liver Kidney and Bladder de- rangements A wonderful Tonic At Z Wayne Griffin Bros Drug store CO cents I Living Fish in Babys Stomach A living object which rcssmblcs a I young catfish the exact identity of which is to determined by micro scopic examination lived evidently for some days in the stomach of Ed ward McNally 9 months old son of Mrs Bessie McNally of 1151 Coving ton street Baltimore and was ex pelled during the violent vomiting spellsThe baby was under treatment at the Wilson sanitarium for what was diagnosed as dyspepsia disorder but the usual remedies failed to bring 4relief Several lays ago the ob ject was ejected during a severe spell of vomiting It was alive and lived for some time An exam inaton indicated that it was a fully developed catfish Two distinctly formed feelers protruding from the head and the wide rounded mouth of tho catfish with a white skin underneath were the marks of identification It is believed that the child swallowed the supposed fish while drinking water Deaths from Appendicitis decreases in the same ratio that the use of Dr Kings New Life Pills in crease 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 Where Slang Was Needed- It was language lesson and the teacher in one of the city schools had considerable trouble in making the boys understand the use of the word acceptance He tried several words calling upon his bright boys but their explanation always left a feeling of uncertainty among other members of the class It was quite clear relates thti Now York Press that this word does t pk atk hY + f 35A rlL 1 IIwhich the most IntolllKCiit coplo are lIatllmll uvorwi because of tho uncertainty us to tliolr harmless character liut la a mndlclno OF KNOWN COMIOHITION a full list of all Its Ingredients being printed la iPhan imIWt on ovcry bottln wrapper An examination of list of v lli diuclovo the fact that It chlmlIcallnorco Is up for tho euro of womans peculiar weak nesses and allmonts sold drug fflst1 that does not contain alcohol ritl taut loo Da wthtttke Furthermore womanlIspeciadIAA3O the unanimous endorsement of all tho leading medical writers and teachers of all tho several schools of practice and that too as rcmotllns for tho for- which Favorite 1rescrlptlon Is recom niciidol I A little book of somo of these endorse meats will IM Pent wallY address post pall and absolutely If you request taint by octal card or letter of Lr It V Ilerco Buffalo N Y Dont forget that Dr Hercos Favorite i Proscription for womans weaknesses and dolloulo ailments Is nut a patent or secret rmxllclno the Favorite Prescrip RradllIbtOtIof his specially that of diseases of women that Its Ingredients are prtnte- iILptnitEnlfshoilovcrY bottlcwral11IOr csiwclally do signed for tho cure of womans diseases that contains no alcohol and tho only ono that has a professional endorsement worth moro that testi monials over published for other mod clues Send for theso endorsements aa klx vn They nrorrc for tho asking If you suffer from peritoneal headache backache dlulnc or dragging down sensation low down In tho abdomen weak back have disagreeable and weakI ins catarrhal pelvic drain or trrss from being long on our feet then you may he snro of benefit from taking lr 1lcrcos Favorite Prescription- Dr Plcrcos Pleasant tho best lax ntivonnd regulator of tho bowels They Invigorate vtomach liver nail bowers Oiio u laxative two or three a cathartic not form a part of an ordinary boys vocabulary and to have it understood it must be related to a wordI which does belongthere i the psychological moment to use slanscIis the general acceptance of twenty threeSkiddoo was the prompt an swer by the whole class The mean lag of the word became clear at onceThe UH best treatment for Indigestion nndtroublcs of the stomach is to rest the stomach It can bo rested by starvation or by use of a good di gestantiwhich will digest the food eaten thus taking the work off the stomach At the proper temperature a single teaspoonful of Kodol will wholly digest 3000 grains of food It will relieve the present annoyance puts the stomach in shape to satisfactorily perform its funs tions Good for indigestion sour stomach flatulence palpitation of the haert and dyspepsia Kodol la made in strict conformity with the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by all Druggists AfterIlIm r 1nI National Mnunlln for Novrmbrr 1 While I tarried in Springfield the other day one of those good inten tions I have had in mind for several years came to the front and demand personIpresent does not old leatherbound dictionary There it lay on the teachers desk the veritable and basic cornerstone for all learning and there it remained as the court of last appeal even from the allsufficient Jtnqwledge that the scholars generally supposed was possessed by the teacher An interesting fact was brought out in connection with a reference made to the presidents proclamation re garding simplified spelling and the pamphlet sent out by the government printing ofilce Few people are aware that nearly all fhe1 mat ter contained in that little booklet is already to be found in Webster It may truly be said that a dictionary is a record of the peoples verdict and the scholars conclusion as to the inevitable laws of advancement rather than an arbitrary manifesto of what shall be said or written and it remains with the people whether the nu spelling shall godown as a record or not Even the most radical advance and change in spelling and pronunciation seems to be in tuitively anticipated by the editors of Websters Dictionary CA TOIZ tASaw tl16fKind tva YOUHazBqta the Unknown- A proud young fathertelegraphed the news of his happiness to his brother in these wordsIA handsome boy has come to my house and claims to be your nephew We are doing our best to give him a proper welcome The brother however failed to see She point and replied I shave a nephew The young man is an impostor BODY EATEN BY HOG I Flem Payne Killed by Lightning and Body Devoured by and Dos IHogs IOIUKO white Tlnrl man fifty three Miles from Fountain Run on the road to Glasgow was killed by lightening while seek ing shelter under a tree in a field near his home four weeks ago and his body lay four weeks where he fell until it devoured by hogs and dogsJPayne left home four weeks ago telling his family he was going to Warren county He was a poor man and started to walk through the fields Shortly after he left home a storm came up and Jie sought shelter byllischtriingwas not missed by his family and neighbors as lie was believed to be in Warren county Last Friday howevera neighbors dog came home with a mans shoe containing mans foot and a search was instituted which resulted in finding the halfdevoured body of Payne scattered over the neighbors field The arm and legs torn off and the flesh eaten by the dogs and all the flesh was gone from the face The watch of the dead man together with 255 in cash which had been paid him just before he left along with some letters found scattered about completed the identifi cationPayne was a widower with six children most of them married I and made his home with first one and then another of them which al so accounts for the fact that search was not made for him =nliT OR tASear tarit1Tin You Han drays BOUJB iJ Ut1lfl 1Ilat I Underground Waters of Western Kentucky- A valuable and interesting discus sion of the underground water resources of Kentucky west of the Tennessee river is contained Water Supply and Irrigation inI No 164 just issued by the inIvcstigations graphic branch of the Geological Survey show that in Western Kentucky the underground water resources are largely dependent on the local rainfall The sprinJBand shal low wells derive exclusively from the rain falling in their vicinity while the rocks from which the deep wells obtain waters are supplied by the rain that falls within the State or in the area just IffiDoveriSnea Soil Impoverished soil liko impov erished blood needs a proper fertilizer A chemist by analyz ing the soil can tell you what fertilizer to use for different productsIf blood is impoverished your doctor will tell you what you need to fertilize it and give it tho rich red corpuscles that are Inckingiu it It rainy bo you need a tonic but more likely you need n concentruted fat food and fat is the element lacking in your system There is no fat food that is so easily digested and assimilated J a- sScotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil Itwill nourish and strengthen the body when mill and cream fail to do it Scotts Emulsion is always tho same i always palatable and always beneficial where tho body is wasting from any cause either in children or adults We willsend you lJ sample free thlsr1cturelabel lean the wrapper of every bottlo of Kami eiou you buy 5OTT4 BOWHE- CllE1JIS7S 409 P33II8U New York BOenwl 100- Jltbruggists west of the Mississippi river In on ly a few cases do deep wells pierce the hard rocks that lie beneath the soft sands and clays In Water Supply Paper No 161 I which may be obtained on applica toin to the Director of the United States Geological Survey at Washington D C are discussed the gen oC1currence region to the supply of underground water These general discussions are followed by detailed descriptions that show the water conditions in eachcounty the depth at which water may be obtained and the height to which it rises without pumuingDeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills act on both kidneys and liver I and as a result afford the relief from those troubles from an excess of uric resultingI troubles as rheumatism sciatica etc are quickly relieved by a few doses of this modern remedy drusrIgistFrom Georgia of Course Georgia people are especially pop ular with New York street car con ductors according to the Sun of cityThe I reason why said one conductor I Because theyre the kind that stop and pay their carfare at the door Every little while some big man in a long coat and a slouch I hat stops and hands out his nickel before going into the car Save you the trouble of comin in after it he says I Now thats what I call treating i a fellow white I couldnt make out at first where all those considerate passengers were brought up One day I asked Geogia of course said the the thoroughbred surprised that 1I had had to ask Since then whenever a man hands out his carfare at the door I tip my hat and say From Geor gia Sure says he every time 100 Reward 5 100 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 I blood and mucous surface of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up- the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The properties have so much faith in its curative I powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonals Address F J Cheney Co Toledo OhioISold by all druggests 75ciTake Halls Family Pills for consti pation i Bald Head R lnec1l1omeIIn Chicago was made the basis vorce in Judge Pattons court by George I Meeker The couple are from Jersey City N J and Meeker told the court his wife left him in I 1901Why did she leave you asked Judge Patton Another man in the caseNope responded Meeker placing his hand on his bald head This was the cause of our trouble You see a year or so before my wife deserted me mylhair began to fall out and finally Iwas almost completely wearingIbald Well Minnie wanted me to i Ion so my began nagging at me until we Quarreled about it She never was the same after that and one day she quietly slipped out of our home and j has never returned to me I Fortunate MIssourians When 1 was a druggist at Livo nia Mo writes T J Dwyer now of Graysonville Mo three of my I customers were permanently 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 NewDis covery as the most wonderful medi cine in existence Surest Cough and Cold cure and Throat and Lung healer Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin tire Druggists 50c and i1 Trial bottle free I HlrOtAs1simitaling IIPromoles DigeaSoaCfeecrful IkstContains I1Orfiocr- a1NorNAKcorIC neither slipaIness and Loss OP SLEEP IFlICsmiI Signature o- rNEWYORKv JEXACT COP OF WRAPPER CASTORIA For Infants and AIWa fBears Signature of In- Use Over Thirty Years CASTORIAttratw ti 1r OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125TI- E REPUHLICAW and Louisville Daily Herald 200 TILE REPUIJWCAK and Courier Journal 150 TilE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THK REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippeuoott and Coamoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Twiceat WeefcOwensboro Inquirer 175 TIm REPUHLICAK and Daily Owctiaboro Inquirer 370 lira REPUBLICAN and Oboro Messenger 175 THE and NutioualMQtgazinu 150 Ad ur ess all orders to REPUBLICAN RANDALL COLONS Z WAYNE GRIFFIN When in Louisville STOP A- TSennings EUROPEAN HOTEL The Home for Ohio 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Ticket Office Big Four No 259 Foust avenue or write to SJ GATES I Genl Agent Passenger Dept Louisville Ky i HJRHEIN J General Passenger Agent I Cincinnati O f 1 KwM Dy MiIa Cure y CgMU what yew oat I TIp r a F 3 J4Hartford Republican laded br tbe llnrtford rnbllnhlngCompanjl inconroiuVKD C M IHKNETTI EdltonV K SMITH rMM rEx rszozzEts Cumloeslnrsd 34ouch nr r FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are nnthorlted to announce 8 A Agn8- 80N of West Hartford 1rnlnct n cnudldn for llrpmrntnttre In the Clenernl A embly fro- nthlthethdlatrtetanbtect toljie action o the lIepublleu party We are authorized to announce CAllKNC DKWEE8E offshrevelmlnct u cnmlldnte for Representative In the lenprnl Amemtly from thli the S thdUtrlctiiuliwt to the action o- tha Rrpqlillran party- vieareaathorlaedtonanounee W W IAIU ot the ndn Precinct n candidate for Repiwei tatlto In the Oimernl Amembly IromthUthcMt district subject to the action ol the Itrpnbllca party Examine the labelon your paper Ii It Is not corroct notify us LOOKOUT for old Kentucky next year THERE will be no tinkering with the tariff LOOKS like Missouri only has to be shown once- WHERE was Hearstlien the lights went out- WHEREVER Bryan spoke the Republicans made gains IT looks like the whole country stood pat Tuesday I CUBA wakes up with a headache empty pockets and in debt THE Democratic State ticket is machine made from top to bottom I ABOUT 1500 Republicans in county were too busy to vote TuesI day I Onto COUNTY cannot put into the Democratic column by a primary election No douBT the workers on the Panama Canal will all be busy when the President gets there IF Japan is going to pick a quar ret with us it will find Uncle Sam standing pat all over the Pacific Ocean I t Now LET the City Council get busy and fix up the streets ofold t Hartford in keeping with her t growth 4 JAPAN may be a little hazy about havelbutMR BRYAN +fightinhis fears that his boom was burning with such an intense light that it couldnt keep up the illumination KENTUCKY has the distinction of furnishing the only gain in the Con gressional elections for the Repub licans over the 1904 high water mark 4 TilE election of Dr James to Con gress from the third district is a sev ere rebuke to the Mlllllclbcra Argus The abuse and misrepresentations that paper no doubt made hundreds of votes for the doctor TIm election of Harve Williams as Magistrate in this district was a great victory for the Republicansi The Democrats had pected to win with Austin as the district has been Democratic until last year J Now let the Republicans get to gether and see how much better tim ber they can offer the people for Kentucky in the way of candidates for State officers The ticket must be absolutely free from the taint of bossism and made up of men of high class standing IF there had been no primary elec tion in this countyTuesday the Dem ocrats would have fallen short ofI the vote they brought out at least 500 and Heavrin would have gotten i 700 majority The Republican vote which came out way practically voted without effort TilE election of delegates to frame a constitution for the new State of Oklahoma resulted in the choice of i a majority of Democrats the India a ans voting almost solidly for the Democratic nominees It is safe to f say that they will learn better as they grow more experienceti in gov ernmental affairs 1t d TIlE election ofDr A D Jame to Congress from the old blood third is a splendid triumph for one of the best Republicans Kentucky ever produced He will make the Third district the best Representative it has ever had and he is sure to keep it in the Republican column unless the Democrats do some more gerrymandering TilE Hartford Herald glories in the fact that having abused nor derided no candidate of Tuesday State Primary it can face the com mon enemy and fight Democracy battle with vigor and interest Hartford Herald The Herald evidently goes on the idea that there is no difference in rotten apple This however is no deviation from its well beaten pathas it rarely ever takes any positon on a public question A CORRECTION- In our last issue we quoted Judj J S Glenn in his speech introduc ing Governor Beckham as using the argument that the Democrats possessed the wealth and intelligence of Kentucky and therefore should govern It seems that we were in error in this as we learn from Judg Glenn that he not only did not mak the statement but that he does not endorse it We are glad to mall this correction as this paper has m desire whatever to do any one at injustice It was Governor Beck ham who made use of this argument and also made slurring references to Governor Taylor r FOR REORGANIZATION- In commenting on the defeat of tfaj Owens in the Fifth district Wednesdays Louisville Hcrald contains some sound advice to the Republicans of Kentucky There eemslto be no doubt but what Owens might have been elected with a competent organization back of him Of the Fifth district organization the Herald says The party welfare in this district is nothing mor or less than a screaming farce It- is to laugh from nomination day to election dayand then some We are ashamed to say it but it is the imple truth that the Republican or anization in this city county and district would be a discredit to the army of a Coxey We know enough about the conditions in Louisville to vouch for every word the Herald has said The party will never win a victory here until there is a change More over we endorse the following reference to the organization in the State The Herald is for the re rganization of the Republican parI- ty in this State Its unswerving de ration to the cause of Republican ism will never be questioned ButI for Gods sake lets get together uring the Congressional campaign just closed the State Chairman has been in Europe and it is charged that his Secretary has spent most of- his time looking after oil interests in Eastern Kentucky Time after ime candidates for Congress am hose who were trying to aid them Lave gone to headquarters and waited for hours for some one who could urnish needed information the office only being occupied by a young lady stenographer engaged in worl for the oil company to which the ccretary belongs When Secretary Shaw came to Kentucky to begin his tourn in aid of our candidates the State headquarters knew nothing about the train upon which he would arrive and had no arrangements for anyone to meet himIt is perfectly apparent that tht rains in the State this year have been made by pure strength and awkwardness With u competent ideawake State organization no tellng what might have been ec amplished not only in the Fifth but in other districts as wbll Officers Elected At the annual election of officers for the local Epworth League Wednesday evening the following selections were made President Miss Ida Lewis 1st VicePresident Mrs J R Pirtle 2nd VicePresident Mrs C M Barnett 3rd VicePresi lent Mrs Z Wayne Griffin 4th icePresident Mrs J S Glenn Secretary Miss Annie Patton Treas rer Miss Elba Bean Agent for pworth Era Miss Katie Thomas The League is entering upon is second year with bright prospects for a successful and useful term Licensed Auctioneer Squire W Tichenor of Point levant Ky licensed auctioneer or Ohio county Cumharhnd hone 11if SMAllHOUSINov 8 dington were the guests of their daughter Mrs Clellan Withrow of Nelson Creek Saturday and Sun layMiss Altha Addington is visiting her sister Mrs Will Addington of LivermoreMrs Barnard who Was quite side last week is better Mrs Sallie Drake is visiting her son Mrs T R Barnard Livermore whose little daughters Mary and Ethel are quite ill Ross Morton attended the Hal loween party at Livermore Wednes lay night Sam Morton had a fine horse bad ly injured on a barb wire fence Sat urdayRichard Sneddon Rockport was in our midst Sunday evening Messrs M P Maddox and Jesse Hill went to Central City Tuesday Mrs M P Maddox was the guest of her daughter Mrs J C Hill near South Cnrrolljon Saturday and SundayJohn Cummings v ife and little son of near Paradise were the quests of Bud Allen nnd wife Sutur day and Sunday Misses Ethel Hunter Florence Hooge and Mr Edd Hunter attend ad singing at Rockport Sunday even ingRev G H Lawrence has return ed from Todd county where he has been holding a series of meetings Mr and Mrs Jahn of Muhlen burg county parents of Mrs Fred Boone Mr Arthur Jalm andwife It E Eudaily and wife Ceralvo were among those who gave Mrs Boone a surprise dinner Sunday There were about thirtyfive or forty present AM report a pleasant time ChilIdren pueIdays last week at thebedside of MUhlen1burg SCHROAOER SCHOOL HOUSE Nos 7The Local A S of E at his place has changed its regular H A Bad Stomach Lsssens tae usefulness uuil mars the happiness of life Its a weal stomach a stomach that can not properly perform Its functions Among Its symptoms are distress after eating nausea between meals heartburn Ulcliljig vomiting flatulence and nervous htuJachcBoodsSarsaparilia Cures a bad stomach Indigestion and dys pepsin and the cure Is permanent Accept no substitute j Youd Better Have An Overcoat Wherever you go at home or abroad the sons on demands a good war- mOvercoat or Raincoat For dress up youll find H ART SCHAFFNEK tC 3ARX Overcoats an invaluable companion t It protects you from the told The fabric is all rrnol The fit is perfect find satislactiosj in ev ery respect is positively assurtI- 11e have a big line of Bern and Childrens Overcoats as well as mensatall prices gild in all sizes E P BARNES BROS Beaver Dam Kentucky meeting from Thursday night to ev cry other Saturday night The party given at Adam Wrighid was highly enjoyed by all wha at tendedMiss Lee Cooper who has typhoid is able to be out again School at this place is progressing nicelyJ Likens William Mines was in our vicinity the first of the week John Long is quite sick Complexion of the Next Congress Returns received up to this morn ing show that the Republicans have elected 223 Congressmen and the Democrats 103 us follows State Rep Dem Alabama I 9 Arkansas 7 California Connecticut Colorado aIDelaware 1 I Florida IJ 111IdahoIllinois 19 G Indiana 9 4 i Iowa 10 1 Kentucky 4 7 Louisiana 7 I Maine 4 i Maryland 3 3 i Massachusetts 11 31 Michigan 12 I Minnesota 8 1 Mississippi 8 I Missouri 4 12 Montana lv 11INew Hampshire 2 New Jersey 6 4 New York 25 12 North Carolina 10 North Dakota 2 I Ohio 17 4 I Oregon 2 i Pennsylvania 26 6 Rhode Island 1 11 South Carolina 71 South Dakota 2 Tennessee 2 8 i Texas 1C Utah 1 Vermont 2 Virginia 1 9 Washington 3 I West Virginid 5 Wisconsin 9 2 Wyoming 1 Totals 223 163 The Democrats lost three and CongressmenI Wanted 50 rood tie makers to make ties I Call on M T LIKENS 9tf Hartford Ky I Subscribe forties REPUBLICAN 4Q4d Ffifi + o tbF oCoe 4fie rfF+44rFtFfi44fi4tttEr Bb+ ++ THE KENTUCKY iIf Cojt iyy fiELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN tor HEALTHY AND SAIl NO MOM E = i OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD f+ l BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN REACH i+ ya ML HEAVRIN Manager I + +ot + t + oe H + +o + t =NARROws Nov6lIrandltrsCooper Livermore are visiting Mrs Coopers sister Mrs Dr A H Riley Mr and Mrs Noah White of i Hartford were the guests of Mr land Mrs RC DufF Sunday Mr and Mrs John C Riley Hart ford visited their son Dr A B Riley Sunday Mr E G Kirby who has been at Penrose Arkansas for several months returned home Tuesday- i Mrs John Turnham left Tuesday for Morehouse Mo where she goes to visit her parents Mr John B Renfrew is having his residence remodeled and is ad ding another story to the present buildingMr Humble has bought Mr Noah Whites residence on South streetA child of Mr and Mrs A R Renfrows is serionsly ill of in fantile troubles The Equity Tobacco Warehouse will open for receiving tobacco on Nov 15 Some sort of public exercises will be held at the warehouse opening day and everybody is cor dially invited to be present C Hays Taylor National Secretary of the Tobacco Growers Union will be present and will address the people Mr S B Lee of Daviess county who is perhaps the most popular man in the Tobacco Growers Union will have charge of this house and his name assures a successful season for tho house Mr Lee holds the first certificate ever issued for pooled tobacco and has now seventeen thousand pounds in pool His whole n nou soul is in this work and knowing the farmers floods he may be de pended upon to satisfy every one with his work = aTonIA-Sera ttuItoKind Yoalla a Always Bevfr 31natnr 3l b Horses for Sale Car load of young horses will ride and drive before sale Terms cash or note for G months Call before or during Circuit Court on LH msT WOODWAKD or J C WOODWARD Hartford K- yiTffielN Im aillng Thus cried the hair And a kind neighbor came to the res cue with a bottle of Ayers Hair Vigor The hair was t saved This was because Ayers Hair Vigor is a regular hair medicine Falling hair is caused by a germ and this medicine completely destroys these germs Then the healthy scalp gives rich healthy hair The best kind of a testimonial Sold for ovor sixty years 1141 t rJ B Ayer Co Iowll MMAltO tunufooturtri or oAI 1 t c ASARSAPARILLAY e tIt MNt4 Why Pay MoreFor your Overcoats Boys Clothing Ladies Misses and Childrens Cloaks Underwear Shoes Comforts mid Blankets Dry Goods Dress Hoods Millinery Etc when you can save from Ifiu th 25 per cent on every purchase by coming direct to Fairs Our motto More Goods for the Same Money still holds We invite comparison Como to seo us Dry Goods Why pay advance prices on your full purchases of Flannels Outings Prints Ginghams Jeans Linseys Oilcloths Table Linens Etc when old prices are at Four Ladies Cloaks Why pay a big price fur your Winter Wrap when you can come to Fairs and buy the latest at 5 8 10 andS 15 Underwear Why plY other mer 0 I lighteight Fair sells you extra heavy at 1- 7Our Shoes Why pay high prices for cheap trashy Shoes when Fairs can give you good qualities for a small sum Come to see us i I J ii- iNoI2In until Guns Guns Where his Bring Carson Morton ju buy air Mat you can at Fairs just the you want at such a low now and and Blan kets pay prices for these goods when Kauvj are them think of until you visit us H be mon saved pay 12 and 15 for you can get the snore Fairs for 1O Suits for that Fairs Cell you for S100U To all our is a place of interest The reasons tin this are many First only tho necessary are found there Second you pay and lOc for goods that cost you 20c and 2oc everywhere else These two reasons should induce every lady to visit us Now things added every week ATsThe Bargain neater Her rood yet nude Or ltocnuionol the liVeiiown lureweue hem able la greedy reduce Qu cnl of rrwJuctia andal the MIM tune hire Ifpt the gun up la the crow LfL ni jIMS Mlrtr unit darilnliiy Notice the clean simplicity The workmenIp lid tnnh are peeled The wht only 7 pound The lull hole banelri ree CiaU boat I lot smolete well a hack powder end so ehmbered that 2H indoor 2i indo deII Leuat sr1 implol in the option parts mike it the 10a moat relbIe and bat wml wt is et41e0ce are alad to male it polte lot evay IIUI- IJD budhoaiot to tot ttua hiahade rtpelma dot tun 110 low a price U S 1 9 Illinois Central Table North doe 400 n 23ol to Nol02IIIP 4811 III Nolllli Ilitnitil SnI1 dne1I01 n III Xo till doe INS P ni x011 dniOMOp in Dont buy a Cloak you see Fairs Dr A F went to Louis ville Guns At U S Mr Sam Smith is quite ill at home at Ceralvb Mr S R Moore called to seeus Mr H Magan called I tq see us dIyour Eggs an 1 I e to Co i Mr Sam call ed to seo us Kl l J v i of 4 outof late when get lint tastefully trimmed t so buying will ey i f Why Overcoats when fronti pay15 Suits economical housewives Basement only5e REPEATING SHOT GUNI NEW MODEL N2I7 UthtchMpett i hZ7rlIad ii a For sale by Carson Hartford Republica FRIDAY NOVEMBER RallrondrTimo Round- Noi2 Stanley yesterday Ceralvo Monday datelplaceWright Wednesday Chickens Feathers Smallhous Wednesday MillineryI Why price Everything Comforts Why extravagant selling cheap1ont Overcoats Mens Why things J Hartford Carsonsntf Come to Carson Co for Shoes and Boots Dont buy an Overcoat until you see Fairs uu The best Overalls and Work Gloves are at Fairs For Carpets and Mattings come to Carson Co Mr Ed Barrass Sr Bevier called to see us Wednesday Scholarship in Massey Business College for sale at this office County Attorney E M Woodward went to Owensboro Tuesday Good Blankets and Comforts at summertime prices at Fairs Mr M F Sharp Barretts Ferry was a pleasant caller Monday Buy your hats fromMiss Lida Mor ton the Milliner at Carson Co For Underwear Overcoats or any kind of wear call on Carson Co I Mr J F Vickers has moved into his new residence on Union street Don t pay high prices for your winter Underwear Come to Fairs Messrs Milton and Sidney Kim bly Ceralvo called to see us Wednesday Mr John Blair Buford called to see us Monday I Senator A S Bennett Beda call yesterdayf is the guest of her sister Mrs F IJFelix alJdIDont buy your winter Wraps or Furs until you have called at Fairs Mrs Alex Bell Buford visited the family of Dr E B Pendleton Tuesday I For Scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College apply at this office See SamjBachs Clothing f r win ter They fit good look good and wear good Have you seen Fairs late novilties an1iNo compliant about Fairs Shoes All are good wearers and at about oldtime prices Mr A J Carter of the East Hartford neighborhood called to see us Tuesday ChoollHoseNone like them The hunting season will soon be on Get your gun and ammunition at U S Carsons UtfjWe have the newest and everything in our line CARSON Co I Visit Fairs Basement Remem ber it is full of useful things at 5c I and lOc nothing higher The Hartford Mill Cohas brick for sale as well as all other building material Come and see us 13tf Fairs please everybody in clothing No half dozen prices You and your neighbors are treated the snmciFoR SALE A Hartford Business Institute Call on or address TilE REPUBLICAN Mr J B Maddox who has been dangerously ill at his home at Cen tertown is reported greatly improv ed Leave your laundry at Cleve Hers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laundry 46tf Moore Crabtree hive new Sorghum fresh Cabbage and a fine line of family Groceries Call on j them This is the time to buy Overcoats and cloathing Why not come where they have a big lot to select from CARSON Co Mr and Mrs T L Anderson and i little son John Reuben were the guests of relatives in Owensboro the first of the week Mrs Jennie Louise Franklin and two children Calhoun were the guests of their uncle and aunt Dr and Mrs Whayland Alexander city recentlyESTRAYEDFrom Williams Mines one roan cow dehorned five or six years old will weigh 700 or 800 Ibsi Report all information to J C Her rcl Hartford Ky 154t j FOR SALE OR TRADE 100acre farm near Hnynesville well improved Has two dwellings and plenty of outbuildings Apply to Cal P Keown Hartford Ky 134t i City Restaurant will open up Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock and serve supper Steak Meals Fish Meals Oyster Stew Fried Oysters Ice Cream c Telephony your orders Schroeters Floating Studio is still at Hartfords landing They are better prepared than ever to turn out uptodate potographs Get your work dqne before winter sets in lltf Mr Clayton Woodward son of our townsman W T Woodward arrived from San Angelo Texas Wednesday with a herd of Western horses and will remain until he can dispose of same Miss Lelia Daniel eighteen years of age daughter of Mr Gum Daniel who lives about five mules east WedI ExSheriff Cal P Keown left Arizonaf I wanted here for seduction particu lIars of which appeared in these columns two weeks ago rThe time for receiving bids for the construction of certain iron bridges in Ohio county has been extended to Monday November 12 See Judge WB Taylor or any of the commis I sioners for particulars j Mr Sam Morton Smallhous call ed to see us Wednesday Esq J H Williams elect Taylor Mines calledto see us Wednesday Mr M J Williams Ceralvo called to see us while in town Monday Mr RT Collins Louisville is the guest of relatives and friends in Hartford Messrs HD Smith Fordsville pleasIantMrs A Mi Barnett North Hart ford went to Owensboro Wednesday returning yesterdayIThe Rough pany have rebuilt their line to Cen tertown and are now giving excell ent service to that point Taken up as estray one buck sheep wearing leather halter W M FLENER Beaver Dam Ky 17t2 Mr R S Taylor Mrs Sallie E Jones Mary A and Kitte M Taylor of Taylortown are the guests of their brother Judge W B Taylor Postmaster D F Gibbs of Rock port has resigned his position and moved to Evansville where he will engage in the wholesale grocery businessVisit and look at our Clothing If you have bundles that you bought somewhere else they will not be torn open and goods runs down Youre safe from that here SAM BACH v Mrs J B Southard Prentis re cieved notice Monday that her brother Mr Will Reno of Sacra mento McLean county was in ai dying condition She left at once for his bedside FOR SALETwostory house lot on Clay street Hartford Lo 195 feet front depth 570 feet Good improvements For further infor mation see Miss Nettie Rogers Terms easy 17tf WANTEDGentlemen or lady with good references to travel by rail or with a rigfora firm of 250 00000 capital Sa try 107200 per year and expenses salary paid week ly and expenses advanced Address with Jos A Alexander Hartford Ky 10m6 Notice elsewhere in this issue the ad of the Kentucky Light and Power Co The plant is now doing splendidwork and a thoroughly competent and reliable electrician will be employed to keep up all re pairs and install new wires MatIItieofficiatjingMr CR Stevens deceased andotheI groom is the son of Dr G man Mr and Mrs James P Thomas Louisville who had been the guests of MrThomas parents Mr and Mrs E P Thomas here left the first of the week for Cadiz Ky where they will be the guestS of Mr Thomas sister Mrs Juliet Persley before returning home STRAYEDA Jersey cow dehorn ed one ear torn long tail dark clay brindle on back white breasted speckled on sides Weighs about 700 pounds Heavy with calf a pet Liberal pay for information DR HENRY SMITH Prentis Ky At a meeting of the City Council Wednesday night an ordinance was j passed providing for sale of anoth er electric light and water works franchise The Council also elected the following board of assessment supervisors J E Bean J F Vick ers and C M Barnett Mr Shelton who has the contract for the cut just east of town received a traction engine Wednesday and at once put it into use displacing 16 horses which had been used in drawing the immense grader at that point If the weather contin ues favorableMr Shelton will finis his part of the fill down to the pike this week Jack Graves the thirteenyearbid son of Zeke Graves was seriously jured near Echols last evening while trying to catch movipgtrain The train was mov ing at a rate and young Graves was thrown against one of the rails with great force A large gash was cut in his head and he was other wise badly bruised j The Nineteenth District Bible School Convention has been announc ed for Beaver Dam Saturday and Sunday November 10 and 11 The District is composed of Ohio Muh enberg Butler and Grayson counties An excellent urogram has been prepared and the committee v I ilk New Fall Styles I 14 1 Will start men talking Good values and fine Tail j t9 oring are drawing cards in the mens Clothing see 4 oft5 aa was never town i IR Clothing speaks of highclass tailoring smart and jjj cq dressy styles fhe new Fall Clothes are more ser tis = viceable the colors more harmonious the workman 6j = ship is better and the style has more taste to it Wo icq have the single and doubh brcaated with one or i IX two vents in the back l i tit tJt stylemake quality Pn e ranu T r mgfromuuH I 4 to 15b fi19 Skirts41 tnWe have a fall Hneof Ladies Skirts to ftcqliSAM= Hartford Ker1tL1cky tt f PICTURE SHOES THAISwut many of our new Queen Quality fitly be called The makers of QfccenQcaEtf Shoes have long enjoyed worldwide shoehshapes still higher mark wcoolyaskthepattcrnaseta showing the Jononrfrating thek SUperior styliand dr ilisr Erfces ace HOO 350 300 aE P BARNES BROS 1 a1cordialRev A B Gardner hasannounced the subjects from which he will preachy next Sunday and Sunday riightas follows Preparation of a churchfor the observance of the Lords Supper and The beginning and progress of spiritual lifeSat urday at 7psthe regular meet iog of the church for business At this time it is expected that w pastor will be elected for the year 1907 Every member Souldbe present Viand vote for a pastW 4 t k t u The Running of the Chute BY NATHANIEL DICKENSON Copyright 1906 by Dully Story Pub Co It was with the bitterness of gall that her caplnin swung the Marcus Baldwin into the wharves of Blank City Disappearing around the bend below were tho twin stacks of the Queen of the liver On the wharf were evidences of her recent descent for freight and the cleaned decks showed that he would not need the services of tho half dozen lazing roustabouts to move Of passengers one a shareholder in his owning company of the Marcus BaldwinYes Marcus Baldwin had been fairly beaten Tnr lard even sugar had fed the roaring fires of each steamer But these lad cone n time when even tar and lard and sugar must he exhausted and this had come first on tho Marcus Bald winTo the passengers and crow this had been but a friendly race of boats of rival companies for merely com mercial ends with perhaps the spice of personal reputation of the respective captains as an additional factor To those captains it had meant infinitely more Three miles below this landing was the Chute and the locks through which the steamers were lowered past it To the one first landing at Blankvillc then it meant first reaching the city a mile below oWIi The Marcus Baldwin Swept On ing to the long delay at the locks At the city a certain young lady had said to these two young captains but I a week before that he who first ar rived on the return trip hn it should be who should receive but here she had stopped and blushed and left the suitors to imagine whatwhich they did without dillicnlty So had the uncertain maiden rid herself for the time of suitors of whom she could not make choice Upstream there hind been no race all for the boats being passen ger carriers were booked to arrive and leave on schedule days So of i the down tripuntil that last day i Then with their destination within the hundredmill mark and somo half low landings 10 make it hall been touch and go the Marcus Bald win ahead at one lording the Queen of the River by some turn of the wheel at till nixt Thru had come that last long stretch of soma 20 miles when the Marcus Ilaldwin ahead at the last hauling had been ortrtakcn at the crucial point by her rival ami the dark featured le Uitte had almost laical in his exultation as his howl crept by the other while Banks had eaten Iris 1t1out in sullen silnicc at the failure of his vessel to respond even with a roust about Foatcd on her safely valve And now the race was as good as lost to iutand tho girl 8ntleast he reasoned with the Queen of the liver as good as in till locks And he had given up hope as her freight and solitary passenger aboard the lines of the JIarcus Baldwin were cast oT and she gllthI fed wayout into the strewn Yet the very fact that she was again in sparkIno stone unturned thin Queen off the Jiivcrs trines might breakdown What if her engines dis abled the freshet current in the river should carry her through the dune Yet boats had gone through that safely 1rIwith this thought rapt Banks jrriw of u sudden quite dizzy fur what had boon done might be J d8t itltin Iw rlIIt1UWI1 Ordinarily a e vd uii feet of water run in the I iiiitc Virh the river at its preont In vt hr rmdd fairly count on find flip IE r a width of 100 feet the t t p 4S r Chute was clear of rocks and the water ran in great oilyseas Yes it was possible yet the risk I A wrecked steamer lives lost maybe But when a man loves as Banks did he throws cost to the wind A quarter of an hour later the Marcus Haldwin rounded tho bend abovo the Chute Below her lay the locks Half way through these Banks saw the tall stacks and upper structure of the Queen of the Rivera half hour and she would be through them It needed but this to steady him in his growing resolve Wilson ho said quietly to the pilot I will take the wheel now you may go on how The old pilot looked at him in mild astonishment but lho captain was not one to give a command twice and Banks himself held a pilots li cense lie released the wheel and descended to the deck from the pilothouse With a sixmilo current hurrying her on and her engines forcing her through itnt a 12knot clip the Marcus Baldwin swept on As she n oa red the Clinic Batiks could see that the strong wind from the south had stirred this into a maelstrom of frothing waters Yet thorn was not time to turn now even if he hind so wished On past the lock slip swept the steamer For a moment it scorned slut situtcllon the brink of the yawning Chulp passengers shrinking from her forward decks in horror then she bowed majestic ally and plunged forward Xo ore unit the man at the wheel that day lately the extent of the Ian gers the Marcus Baldwin ran through As the steamer plunged forward Hanks realized that the freight had been so stowed in her hold as to make her down by the bows thus lifting her stern in away that made her sheer alarmingly Before sho had gone 100 yards she sheered herself halfway across the channel listing horribly the while With the energy of despair Bunks spun the wheel to meet her Her bow rose for tho moment on a huge crested comber and the rudder once more controlling she shot hack across thu Chute burying her stern to the lower deck and sending the spray clear over her Again Banks met her erratic flight but to how her hilljlowidth of her sheer This could not lastslgain she rose for the charge In till flashof a glance Banks saw the crowded decks of the rival steamer in tho lust of the locks as she drove by Down i plunged the bows of his own boat again at an angle which nearly broached her too and in which pas sengers crew null oven captain thought her lust uloaieut hUll lJllII in the shocking roar of waters and blinding spray Then she rotlou shlilI I rapielsIrace saw Itivor pulling out of tilt lust of the locks And the eaptaiil reward- A month later there was a wedding i BOBBY KNEW IT VIAe COMING Ma about to apply the rodNOW Hobby my boy Hobby Oh spank away ma hut dont give us that old thing about It hurting you moron It hurts me OVERLOOKED Cat you tell me where I can thud the colonel this morning I Lute looked everywhere Why thats funny l 1 saw him in the barroom a moment ag- o11hyIerI never looked there Whcro did you look in an ice cream parlorJIouston Post IN SHOPPINGTOWN The beautiful girl stopped sud denly on tho sidewalk llothof her arms reached over her shoulders while a queer expression canto in her face Well did you ever I wonder what is the matter with her Better not go too near Maybe the heat has affected her mind Poor thing I Maybe it is over study Land sakes She mighlbe one of these here anarchists UDot site has been disappointed in loveSuddenly the beautiful girl smiledIts all right now she said sweetly Whats nil right asked the crowd breathless with 11h3 my waist A button callieI loose in the back and I had an awful time reaching it But its allright now And then the crowd melted away like ice cream in a summer sun PUZZLE PICTURE I Find Iho man who IK not worrying about his till assessment 1 oQlI W rl = IIJhI R iINow Dssi1sry CONSUMPTION Prlco FOR R OUGlIS and EOciSLOO pLDS irca Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for alt THROAT and LUIIO TROUB I LES or HONEY BAGS rer d model dr wu h oerreudfree rrK rt Free Rdrlrc how to o uakrr- oPrrtghncta IN ALL COUNTRIES Rulitest dint mirk WaMngton men timr moxry andnjkn thtfatnl Patent and Infringement Practice Exclusively Write or oe o w at BU 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lie voted to permit time rn turn of Louis Napoleon to France believing llitl the tiino had come for universal forgiveness Louig Nnpolcnn read n speech thanking tho deputiett nnd full of apparently frank prolestationn of fidelity to tilt republic Schoelcher shook his head when ho heard this speerh I vatrhed him through my glass ho said and his paper never taint bled in his hand Hi is inn cool to ho an honest man He shall have oivision to regret his cnniing into the fount ry Ibis extiniato proved 1l1Iscries of falsehood and defrayal overthrown the republic and pos see II Himself of despotic pfllri PALACE OF SALT iflllIA most evmiiaitoly lIfI II I luiildiiii was erected recently atI Salt Lake Pity II is a palaco o pure salt apparently all in ant piece The method of its cOlIltrne1 linn was must ingenious mnll workfr timber was creeled till snr fact of which was coated with cur I Pain chemicals Then brine was pumped out of tilt Jreat Salt Inl old sprayed hy flue hose noyalc over the woodwork As the water evaporated the will dricrlsolid on full wood TJio objection to altI as a building material is that it will not resist ruin So lilt Salt Lake pounce was naturally a temporary structure meant to last only during time dry seilson- ATHLETIC LEWOMANi The athletic career of Lady Ton hcflcrjknownzit has been 11of glittering feats Ljln America she played polo with men riding astride In Somaliland the rule inland in n soldiers grnI skirl nnd khaki trousers mud was only turned back by the military authorities for fear the Mullah might sweep down on her She ran ride and drive most creatures that lire put to saddle and harness greatSlooks extremely well in kilts of JfcKcnzie tartan which until her j marriage at least she usually af hOl1lejtUIllulI COULDNT LOS i HIM Mr Oriimp Now barber I only want to bo shaved I don t want hair cuts dyed singed or myI or my mustachn waxed I dont bath hair InvIgorator dandruQ re In or a facial massage QarborAro you troubled with corm or Ingrowing nails slrt AUNTIE WASNT LIBERAL What are you so out of sorts about Such wretched luck Got 50 unll IItblngTHE SHOOTING FISH The shooting fish so called is the beaked or rostrated chactodon a na tie of the fresh waters of India There Is probably no fish in exist piif that catches iU nrw ins more p t- a peculiar manner thdn does this I singular species When he sees n fly alighting on any of the plants whichi overhang the shallow water IIIproaches with tho utmost caution coming as perpendicularly as possi premcditatCtIlIIUock and eyes near the surface he re mains a moment immovable taking j his aim like n firstrate Having fixed his eyes rifimnnnI insect ho darts at it a drop of water from his tubular snout but before showing his mouth above the sur face train which only a drop seem- to rise and that with such effect tha though at tho distance of four feet gave fret or six feet he very seldom tails to bring his prey into the water IESSENTIAL TO SUCCESS Sir Thomas Henry Sanderson who retired n few months ago after having been for over 11 years per maneiit under secretnr of state fo foreign affairs always declared tha Illte escntial qualifications for a young man entering upon a diploI nmtic career wpro the ability member all he hears and the sense to keep it to himself A standing thee under ecretnry was Wat he never answered the simplest rClIIarkwithIi out carefully turning mind and examining it in all its bearings On ono occasion it was politicianswho called out genially A very fine day SirTliomns Is that so responded Sir Thomas deeply midi toting 1 will have inquiries mad land let you know about it I Time king years ago dubbed Sir Thomas Sanderson the Keeper of the Na tions Secrets HANDED A LEMON e i IlieJack Popcorks marrying that morrow and I dont know what to send him for a wedding pros entSheitow about a lemon squeezer SAUSAGES IN ART I IAnd what do you use the eau SavesIthoHER ONETIME HERO Young Wife No Jack you aro not quito what I thought you were before we were married Young Husband No Better or worse Y W Neither exactlytY HHows y WWell1e I1trucknn aver igcas you say What I thought was worse Is better lI1dwhat I thought better is worse i IWELL SUPPLIED J SingletonI suppose your wife nni a lot of will power Weddorlv Yes but she has a lot f wont powcri IISi Robert Hart who did much China possesses one distinction that belongs to himself alone He appears twice in the official French dHorineur once as n simple offi IIItravel tack signs and distribut- samples and circulars of ourgood Salary SO00 per month 3 00 ner day for expenses Saunders Co Dept 54650 Jackson Boulevard Chicago 111 14t4 t A are caused by Indigestion If you eat aI litho too much or it you are subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt beatsheartburnIndigestion causes tho stomach to theheart oftKodolI IFor Dyspepsia you eat takes the strain off of tho heart and contributes nourishment Strength and health to every organ of the body For Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Inflammation 0 mucous Digestof tho Stomach mehymakingmyhearipalDltate Immol1IMRS LOnma NICHOLS Perm Yon N Y DyieeastICureD KAUBLE Nevada 0 Digests What You Eat atom Induction I oar lUBMk btlck fn Sf tc I rnpan4 as U LbIa CChl Hold by Z WAYNK URIfFIN RBAL I3STATE If you have a farm town lot dwelling or any other Jleal Estatet for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All you have to do is tolist with us Note These Bargains Splendid two story dwelling with seven rooms nets two wide halls on Union Street Hartford situated on lot 3 acre All out buildings and good water Price reasonable One Farm four miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con sisting of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn 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 information furnished on application 100 acres 1 mile from the Cour- House on Hartford and Beave- Dam r pike in high state of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadpw good dwelling barn and outbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur nished on application A twenty acre tract two mile North from Hartford on the Owens boro and Hartford road within i mile of School house excellent neighborhood good barn and outbuildings moderate dwelling anda fine well of water A bargain at 500 120 acres Rough River bottoms three miles West from Hartford bounded by Rough river on South an public road on north 40 acres in ex cellent state of cultivation remainder well timbered with oak gum ash r maple and hickory Good dwelling stable and other outbuildings Wil- sell land and timber together or either separate from the other 95J acres Rough River bottoms considered the richest soil in the neighbrhoodon what is known as the big ditch three miles West fro Hartford All well timbered wtt firstclass oak gum ash maple and hickory Will sell timber and not the land or will sell land and reserve timber or will sell all together 200 acres of fine farming land at Dan Station on Owensboro branch 1 C R R 70 acres up land bat bottom will make 70 to 80 bushels of corn per acre About 60 acres in timber Three dwelling houses Good well water and early orchard Terms onehalf cash balance easy payments New two story frame dwelling t Hartford Six rooms two nice hailS Lot 100 fort front 210 feet deep Good well Situated corner Freflrica andGrimnstrecta Tllothirvlscasb- alance in 12 months A bargain 1Vse BARN Yfl SMITH Republican Office Hartford Kl r Cumbeland TELEPHONEI inerea nothing the matter with my I have the Cumberland Telephone in my residence and place ol business My business hart increased and my wifes voice is never heard to grumble About the Tele phone Yours for service and gentlemanly competition- T J JVIORGHN Mgr W lE1j lJDlElT 8 Ch oCounty DItInloAItorueyIlorrneB Clerk Fmnk L Felix Matter Com missioner Y L tloeeley Trusts Jury Fund t L 8AMadaylntonnd third Monday In May and Norsmbor two weeks WIIrJulyClerkE1flord rCourt conrenn Brut Monday In each month MondayInJunnaryApril Court of Clalnii Convenes first Monday In Jan OctoberOtherB W Leach A eMoriob RoyJame Dwees Sehoolapednteudent lIaUord heroin Allen CorouerJln TVLattic Court 211Sptemb26SeptemberW 8 Dean DundeeMarch 27 June 28 rlrSeptember 27 De enl her 28 US Chamberlain BedaMarch 31 Jon September 28 December 29 s InIIIeItpmbern t6eptember30irrtbr tcUce CourtlAttorney r Tenen second Monday In eachniont- bXlwltarlouo s nrlc Sundayeach WedlldayOnptUtChnrchSerrlcMheld Saturday nigh x before econd Sunday Sunday and Sunday nlght PrayermeetingGardner pastor C P Church SerTlrea dot Sunday IB each montbatnamaDd7pm Rev J DDarnedpa tor- School Trustee HartlordC M Crowe SoS nIeodltonCKy Counclla U Wllllnm Slayer CM nIeodltonTsyloraSecret SoelaUv A O D tr meet nrt and third Friday nights In each month IIrMonday Maceab8Itonxh Hirer LodnsNo no Knlghtnof pylhl meete every Tlaynight Trenton tnlnrmrotlogshnturdeyheforedret8andeylncart month e Southern Railway 4y Shortest ani Fastest Lines aNLZOAf t LouisvilleDanville ani Lexington TO 81 1ousan1ke West Two Fast Trains Daily running Std ting cars from Lexington as follows Lve Lexington 645 a m Lve Danville b30a m mIVestibuled coaches and Observa tion Cafe Car Lve Lexington 500 p mn Lve Danville 445 p m Lve Louisville 1015 pm mh ing Chair Car Most direct line to Chattanooga outheastern N C and the beautiful Land of the Sky and Toxaway country Send 2 cent stamp for Land of the Sky Booklet and other illustrated literature W G MORGAN D T KynMainLexingtonKyn Ill East Alain St Lexington Ky A R COOK C P T k234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C H nUNGEfWORDDPA- 23t Fourth Ave Louisville Ky JC DEAN A GiPA S tI IWJ S bclille for TREffpUnLICN 4 yN ru n a- i t If YO- UTOUCn yourtongue to q- I 9 ALUM1 r and look in the glass you will see the effect You cant help puckering it makes you pucker to think of tasting it I digestionIBakingI r AVOID ALVa I t SlippainlgJ ROYAL1NOPOWDER loyal m dtram pure refinerGrape Cream oT TartarCosts than Alum but you have the profitofquality the profit of goodJiealt a H H told Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9 n 1 Story of a SUbmarine1 Original A party of Japanese were sitting Inn tent ou oue of tile burned blocks of San Francisco after the recent earthquake Hwappint yunisi- Khiro w ltl one tell us about tho battle of the Sea of Japan I liavo t heard tlmt your arm of the service tile Hnuiuuriues uccomiillHheil nothing r so you roust have had u line chance to see the light Ilin si tinted I ulro Ishlmura that conies of orders for secrecy however I dont mind telling you fellows an experience of twelve of us that was tour terrible than any other In that- terri1o lUit At any rate It was ttuunue were ordered ta torpedo the UUI1 flagship Well you know the Hcvroty of our Kovurmiiuiit It was mi desired that any success of our suii urlios should be Uuoxvn So ive we nil Hwom to secrecy As soou as nv sUhted the licet awl located tho lla nip we skimmed the surface be boliul and concealed by one of our e own vclH till we pot In position then t II iliu tanks closed the cimulutf tuutii nUll Hettleil down A submarine Jus a vertical unit a horizontal rudder and Ht MJOU as we readied the proper iiIlu ta mov forward under water tl hurlxontnl rudder was turned to lt ep her from gulag down farther At laa satire time this propeller was rtodrerbaps If one of you landlubbers Iud iHin iiioard you wouldnt have I hiiii fviiife enough to be frightened at nalicim that the hunt didnt obey her nuiiler Inslvud of moving straight alwid who kept going lower There Is a tank In a submarine to bo used only In an aincrjifciicy It holds live tons of wier nail can be emptied in u jiffy OH Ii itenant In comuiuud ordered till tuck emptlod- Wo all expected to see our boat rise like u cork She didnt do any such I tl SUP started to rise but soon Ijvii suklis again The screw sljula lve been stopped for since our nose va pointed down wo only sank till quicker Down down we went till there was a shock and we knew she had Blfuck bottom It was at least comforting to know that we corIdnt ga any lower that Is If there Is nag comfort In being at the bottom of the sea without much hope of Rot tlnrj to the surface The ulllrara were I cool but any one could see that they expected almost certain death 1 f Klmieeil nt the depth resistor and was horliicd to see that we vrare 170 feet beiosnh the surice Three alternatives thnntoned UM VrII there were many tons of water liolilui down the counting tower our ory mutjiiH of sottlns out second the Urrlblo pressure without was forcigg till water In through leaks that wen gt u tins and threatened to drown us aO 1J wa would at last hu suffo l1t1 by polfonous gases p led yet you say the men In the RUbitinrlncH hud notliliK to do but look at the fight All we could see of It was llmnuh the periscope but wo- W IIIt looking at tho light We were muMiiR a tight for our lives Vo must rise to the surface nt once or never The lieutenant ordered the rotary pump started to expel the wa ter ballast from the tanks What was our horror to thud that the pressure of eL 9 I water from the outside was greater than the force of the pump But one hope remained the hand pump Ou this we muse put a greater force than on the mechanical punt Would It stand so great a strain There was not a man put to work on that pump but extended more lOW- er than he had ever oxiicitdeiT before or ever would again All pumped know hip that If tile attempt was a failure there Wits nothing more to be done The tromp proved strong enough for the work and the men proved strong enough to expel the water against the enormous pressure from without The happiest moment of my life was feolfujj the boot heave the bottom The question now wits whether we could ret oat of the itcptu heron a coIUiiHe It was like the last mo ments of a race when a irpnsmodlc ef fort Is needed to win Under such an ciTort we rose slowly till we reached the Rnrface Then we gasped In re Her So you tailed to torpedo the Tar ship Ishlmura cast a loot of scorn nt the speaker Not so fast if you please Our commander gave ns ten minutes to rest while the sweat pourvd out of us in streams Then we dined again Dived again P exclaimed every ono at once Yes the lieutenant 7iad no fancy for huniktrl which would hive been rear csaary for him had lie faded to make u second attempt vo we tilled tanks and down we went This time she obeyed her rudder ami we moved along about ten feet below the sur fact We could feel a tremor at ev try explosion of cannon The lieuten ant watched the Itureinn through the crlscopc and it was difileiilf I can tell you to keep the tlOup Just above the surface and when wt got Into positron I was ordered to let It little wa ter out of the fonranl triramlug tank This brought the bout to slant upward nUll the lieutenant rove the order to arc And you blew tier upr The resnlt I am sworn not to tell I regard my oiith aud I do not care to Incur the enmity of the navy depart mesa of Japan But the lieutenant be dI rot have lo commit haraklrfy The lieutenant Ob b in now nn admiral In the Japam c retry AltTIIlTI I UEKWICK A French View tit Enrrfei awn To un American a Frenchman Is a waxed mustachio nail vxtraonlluary Ftaveplpo hat In Clwluc Anghilse the French idea of un Englishman Is Rlveit Ilenpculac French with o shock lug accent ends oval onteitce with all right and nrhcii he tf Introduced to u woman does not remove tits cup from Mil head or hits pipe from his month Gmft om Fa tuny Tree Guest at anniversary dinner You belong to one braucft of tillhosts fam fly I bcllerc Poor Kuaitlbu Yes I belong to the braucli that never had any plums on It THHits Nn Tea les trim GiMltcr nut Is LonT Noodle hood Tin made hit unmcy ta trade Miss Slnslier Wh t Hue Miss Gnslicr Mstrfnmnbit lie trade ed IItq tttc for an tcfnvH Notice The party or jtartiea nho took wheel ollof myonehoreeroail wagon and hid it on HaJloveen night will pUiiTO return jameby Sitanlay or I i1tnlt hive tnbJtitnteaCourt of Inquiry In focntc KuntF OKOV Msr APiTdlephnLi Co RENDER Nov GT J Morgan Beaver Dam was here last Wednesday Jno Miles Vine Grove was here last Wednesday Misses Lucye James and Madye Engleby were in Beaver Dam last Wednesday Mrs E E Burton went to Prentis last Thursday Assistant mine inspector A J Doss was here on business last Thurs dayMessrs C M and Fred Taylor of Beaver Dam were here on business last Friday WH Minor Central City was here last Friday Messrs Chas and Carl Robison were over from Taylor Nines last SaturdayGilbert Hasldns made a business trip to Central City last Saturday Mrs L Francis was in Beaver Dam yesterday- H P Elliott Louisville was here yesterdayW Louisville was here todayJno S Spence was in Central City todayMines are idle today on account of election or Notice On Saturday December 15 1900 between the hours of 830 a m and 330 p m I will hold exami nations at my ofIke 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 GreenInformation concerning the ap pointment can be had by addressing the respective presidents of the schools or by consulting me All persons intending to take either of these examinations should register their names with me before the examinationJ S 0 C S Important Notice We have added a stock of building material such as Sash Doors Col umns Moulding Etc Yellow Pine Flooring Ceding Metal Paroid and Paper Roofing in short anything you may need in the building line We will saw your logs and plane your lumber Call and see us BEAN BROS Hartford Ky Arc You Superstitious The following invocation with the accompaning letter of explanation is being sent out over the county with request to not break the chain Oh Lord Jesus Christ we implore thee Oh eternal Lord have mercy on all mankind keep us from sin by thy precious blood and take us to serve with Thee eternallyAmen This prayer was sent by Bishop Lawrence requesting it to be writ ten and sent to nine other persons He says one who will not will be A afflicted with some misfortune one who pays no attention to it will meet with a dreadful accident but the one who rewrites it every day beginning on day it is received and sends one each day to some friend asking them to do the same that one will on or after the ninth day receive great joy and be delivered from every calamity ROXEY Nov 7Rev Beck failed to fill his regular appointment at Mt Zion last Sunday on account of sick ness Rev J H Embry and family are going to move to his circuit at On ton Webster Co Ky next week Rev J M Horn of the Beaver Dam circuit is well beloved by all his congregations We trust he will have a successful year James Butler and family visited LA Sandefur last Saturday and SundayClarence McSherry and wife visit ed J H Davis last Sunday Miss Clime Davis is spending the week with her aunt Mrs Morbra Ranney of Butler county Luther Leach and wife of Rob Roy visited in this neighborhood last Sunday Charley Shields and family visited the family of A B Leach lust Sun day Lee Stevens visited friends and relatives at Cromwell Tuesday- F L Sandefur of Hartfordmade a lying business trip in this neigh borhood last Saturday James Torrence and Miss Erie Daugherty of Cromwell were mar ried Sunday evening Rev J N Miller officiating Sep Williams has gone to Tennes see this week on business Marriage License The following license to wed have been issued since our last report Melvin Westerfield Narrows age 25 to Mallie Cainahan Narrows age 20 C Campfield Rockport age 20 to Lena Haidison Rochester age 21 Clarence Patton Adaburg age22 to Jessie Patton Buford age 22 J L Torrence Cromwell age 20 to Erie Daugherty Cromwell- age 17 Thomas Schroader Hartford age 22 to Vena Crabtree Hartford age 16 Albert Davis Masonvillle j age 30 to Mattie Stofer South Car rollton age 21 C H Chapman Centertcwn age 21 to Mattie Stevens Centertown age 22 For Sale Houses and lots in Beaver Darn Ky between 1und 4 p in Saturday November 3 1900 On the above date I will oiler fisale at public auction to the highest and best bid ders four houses and lots and ono largo hotel building to be removed from present lo cation by or before November 115 90G being thy residence hotel property of the Inte- R J Daniel located just south of the L C R Rin Beaver Dam Ky Two of these are 4room cottages one a 3room cottage and one a twostory residence nicely located and should be very desirable TERMS Onethird cash balance one and two years with interest on deferred payments A V THOMPSON Trustee eC Administrator For Sale A 90 acre farm half river bottom 30 acres timber 3 miles from Green river 1J miles from Paradise 4 miles from Echols 5 miles from Rockport 8 miles from McHenry Has good five room dwelling barn 50x50 plenty of water small orchard price 900 BAHNETT SMITH Hartford Ky Notice to Those Interested In Pooling their Tobacco Narrows Ky Nov 5 1906 EDITOR REPUDLICANThe pool ing house at Narrows is nearing completion and will be opened with appropriate exercises on the instant There will be 15thI the ground and speakers to entertain all who come to help us celebrate the opening of the first new I Equity tobacco warehouse in Ohio J I WE ARE NOT bIxOl1 MISSOURIIUT WE CAN SHOW YOU The best stockof Merchandise in the city of Hartford The largest end best stuck of Cloth ing and Overcoats The largest and best stuck ol Dress GoodsThe largest and best stock of Shoes The longest and best stock of Groceries The largest and best stock of Fur IIi tn rt A complete line of Hats und f cps Shirts U ndctwentNbtions end Milli nery Goods A Fair Proposition Wo exchange Merdwmliso for liny Corn t luck ens Egg f Feathers liiicon Lardu1111 lots of oilier produce that no other inorcluuits buys Woado ex tend tinio to those who deserve it Now with all of these advantages dont you think you could a fiord to trade with us when you have cash also I Come Trade With Us We always keep a complete stock of general mer chandise at till correct price and always pay the highest market price for your produce After con sidering this ask yourself this question Do you give us the business that is duo us Make us a visit and we will give you a gored dol lars worth of merchandise for every dollar spent with us Believe us to be your friends Carson CoINCORPORATED Hartford Kentucky Louisville Live Stock MarketIet crlnl- huhrbnlehertrer it aGl 19 113 I hulretiiitrbir licKen 3 Met 4 00 Knlr to Rood liutrlirrHrlbr 3 osot 3 9- 3lhollvhulclercows 1 SSlit a Knlr tOROuil Iintrbrrcowit 2 iOiitl3 r3I Chulrn mulch r0 m- MrUlnni ns ID a40 to gout trench rows Sit OOfttCO 00 Ilmla4eChoicepacking 200 to alit I1i jr CO llwlliim imikrn ItO til ooJ f G 00I Light SIIr1211 tn lilOItin d 151 Chncv 111110 in 120 lbA II s- sitii1dIAnuts I Fnlr In luclhH t l0 Ft MI Choice shipping l QlIoHH 0 Ofldii II e tondo S 00 ft ft SO THE SINGERI Wheeler Wilson- If in need of a Singer or Wheeler and Wilson Sewing Machine I will bring one to your house andshow you the work and make prices to suit the times on easy payments l Also have repairs for all makes of I machines Office at my residence on Center street Your patronage solicited J C BENNETT Hartford Ky county This will be in the Green river District and is a monumentto the push and energy of the Equity people of Narrows and vicinity and I gives the doubting Thomas II who I said it could not be done a very I black eye Let everybody come and help to make this a great day for I EquityWe to say also that work on I the new pooling houses being built at Fordsville and Magan is pushwl rapidly and these beingI J ready foV opening by or before cern bet 1 1906 All these houses will Ibe owned and controled by Equity people and will be opened by Equity men M Ft SHAUP 9 4 20 ROUND TRIP IltO- MLOUISVILLE To TAMPA PUNTA CORDA ST PETERSBURGORLANDO And many other points i- nFLORIDA v VI- ASouthern Railway AM UniWtand Crescent Route 20thAlso Low Homeseekers Rater on November 6th and 20th to points in Tennessee North Carolina South Carolina Mississippi Alabama Georgia Florida Texas Indian Ter ritory Oklahoma Teritory Kansas Nebraska and Colorado Tickets first class allowing liberal stopovers in each direction and good returning within thirty days For illustrated literature and com plete information call on or address A R COOK C P T A KyCKyJSt Louis Mo CASTORIAi The Kind You Have Always Boukt i 1 T K Bears the- 8ljn3ture of