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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r e r- i wv- I r tJattf r Uqublkau Fine Job Work a Specialty IP IT IS NEW YOU WILL RIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY K1f FRIDAY NOVEMBER 16 1906 No 18 HORRIBLE CRIME Or- DEGENERATE I FATHER John Etly Arrested for the Murder of His WifeIHis confesstonllTelling t I j One week ago last Wednesday night Louisville was the scene of the most brutal and mysterious murder which hak come to light in our State for many a day While asleep in bed with her babe and four year old boy Mrs John Etley had her throat cut from ear to ear und died in a few moments without being able to Ie any clue to her assailant A fourteen year old girl was asleep on a bed in the same room and her husband and another girl seven years old occupied the adjoining room The entire pubic and detective forces of the city have worked incessantly on the case which seemed for a time to baffle all human agencies so completely had the murderer covered his tracks Etly stood the grdeal of severe und rigid examination and his grief seemed real beyond question The little daughter Anna who slept in the same room with her motherand who it seemed might throw some light on the strange tragedy where no motive coultl be found disclaim ed any knowledge of the murderer ofiher parcntand told the same story repeatedly She exonerated her father completely At the funeral end at the grave John Etly manifest ed seemingly the most genuine griefrho fact that Etly was partly dressed when he notified his neighbors of thu killing and the finding of a water bucket with blood gave the police the first clue and pointed to some one in the house ai the guilty one It was thought best to take the little girl from under the influence of her father This w was done in the belief that she had not told all she knew about thc horrible affair MM Hayman the jail matron took charge of the little girl Monday evening and kept her in se elusion treatin her with the great cst kindness Wednesday she sent for Chief Gunther and in the pres ence of Judge WilsonlIrsHu man and the detectives she told the fol lowing revolting story- I was lying on my couch with cov er almost up to my eyes I wasnt asleep and saw my papa come through the room and go to the- ykitchen He came back with the things in his hand and went to mothers bed tic looked like he was going to love mother He took hold by the knot of mothers hair and struck her twice The first time he struck mother she closed hero yes ohso hard Then he took the knife in his hand and drew itacross her throat Papa then went back into the kitchen and I guess he wiped the knife oil on one of mam mas aprons He left the apron in the floor and put the knife back t guess b1 hen papa came through the room again he said if I said anything about what happened he would do me in tne same way He would in jure me My motheras gasping and my I little brother was on the floor crying so I jumped up I went to the door of papas room andcalled to him He was dressed like he was when he passed the kitchen except that he wore a gauze undershirt when he came out again after I called him he had on a thick undershirt I took the baby fromunderlmother and went out to the kitchen to wipe the blood from its face I used the apron father had used in the water t bucked It came out bloody and I think there was blood in the bucket before I useti itIThe girithinksthatw1J n her father pr 4itwsl went to the kithcn he took off his shoes and then went around the side of the house and placed the of fence against the front panelI house He took off his shoesso the neighbors would not hear him the girl thinks Etly was arrested at the home of his sister Mrs Edward C Hall on Ransdull Avenue and lodged in jailcharged with murder His lit tic girl repeated her story in his presence saying you know papa that is the truth You know 1 uaw you kill JaIGOODBYE AW I Our Local Sportsmen Made Same ItThe quail season began yesterday in Kentucky For weeks the local sports have been training dogs oil ing old rusty guns and looking carefully after the latest improved sniikiltw chilled shot loaded shells If reports are to be credited the quail was never so plentiful in this country and the hunter who stakes his reputation will not have the usual excuse to offer his friends for poor luck Before the weekends there will be a great slaughter of the innocent if the weather is fajroruble A large number of the farmers hove posted their lund against hunt ers and unless they take the precau tion to obtain permission some of our hunters may find trouble along with the birds Among thoe who went to the fields yesterday were Messrs Hook er Williams Dr E B Pendleton Z Wayne Griffin R D Walker H P Taylor Carlisle Render C E Smith Ed Barrass and Frank Fore man We understand that several fine bags were madeas beginning College Notes The Board of Education has decided to give the Friday following Thanksgiving Day as a holiday The Adelphians held a very inter esting meeting last Friday evening although all the members were not present At this meeting Mcssrsi Andrew Glermix mud Leslie Shultz were admitted as new members All students of the seventh eighth and ninth grades will take up the study of Mental Arithmetic next week This is a study that has never been taught here Prof Gray says this is the only true way to get Arithmetic nsdo from the old machine way- Report cards were handed out yesterdayStudents who led their classes un der Prpf Gray for the first quarter were In zoology J W Marks I Pearl Thomas Ross Bennett They i all made 97 per cent in arithmetic Irene Miller 98 per cent in geology algeIbrasley 15 per cent each in physical geography Sadie Henry 97 per cent in moral philosophy Mary Keown 93 percent in spelling Etta Myrl Taylor 97 per cent The remainder of the leaders will be given next week The teachers say that all students have done exceedingly well for this quarter I Licensed AnctloneeV Squire W Tichenor of Pdint Pleasant Ky licensed auctioneer for Ohio county Cumberland phone ljtf r CABINET CHANGES Many New Faces to be Seen January 1st IAfter President Sets a New PrecedentI Going to Panama Iin During Term i BIG REFUND TO TREASURY MvcIst t i THK UMTHLICAX Washington D C Nov 10 There has been such a shake upin- both Cabinet and Diplomatic clicies in the past few weeks that when so defy reassembles for the winter sea son it will be almost 5m possible to know where it is at or to recog raze Washington in view of all of the changes that have been made The Cabinet changes that were slated from the White House a week or more ago have now been succeed ed by the announcement that Secretary Hitchcock wijl retire Attorney I General Moody will be given a place- on the Supreme Bench vice Associate JimmyI+ In addition to this Sir Henry Mor AmbasI duringIbassay per son of E11 Howard until recently British Consul General at Crete The chances are that the British Ambassador will le succeeded by Lord Curzon whose wife Miss Mary Leiter of Washington died only a few weeks ago T = Jsave is departure for Panama marks the first occasion on which n President of the United States has gone off our mainland during his terih of office Techni cally Panama la not out side of the United States but the President will leave the shelter of the American flag during one portion of his trip when he dines with the President of the Republic of Panama He is now I on his way to the Cmal Zone aboard the battleship Louisiana Sao is j convoyed by the cruisers Tennessee e and Washington who will remain in her company during the whole of the sea trip The party go south I through the Old Bnhuma Passage between Hayti and Cuba arriving I tit Colon on the North side of the Isthmus November 15th They will spend three days inspecting the Canal Zone anti leaving there on the 18th will return to the United States by way of Porto Rico stopping for a look at San Juan They will leave there on November 23rd and are i hliEveryon board the Louisiana for the Pres idents personal comfort and the bat tleship will be in wireless communi cation with some one of the American wireless stations during the whole of her cruise These messages will be relayed to Washington so that the President rill be kept constantly in touch with the White House Secretary Root will act for him in official capacity while he is gone One the most remarkable refunds that has ever been made to the United States Treasury came in the Shape of a check this week from Representative Pollard of Nebras ka who was made an ad interim appoints to Congress and who has just been reelected He was given a salary check Jor 186161 j a time when ho had not been serving and as some question had been raised during his campaign for reo electJon over his right to this he promptly turned itin to thelttoneyI ury and thereby secured I 100000 worth of advertising at the expense of 186161 worth of salary The joke of it is that now the Government has received the money backit does not know what to do with it because the action is entirely unprecedented and theretsa ques deIpoMurderer of Young Mauzy Not Apprehended fir W H Mauzy returned lastt Friday from Beulah Miss hep called by whereI de if his son Herman byJpreviousIdifshotgun at dose range and was a hoi rible one but young Mauzy lived foi rliours The negro made his es cai e and no trace of him has been discovered Mr Madzy has appealed to Governor of Mississippi to offer a reward for his sons murderer and it I hopedbeznayyetbeapprehend- ed land brought to justice BRIDGE CONTRACTS j Eight Wers Contest for Ohio County Worka Champion- Bridge X Co Successful- j Bids were opened at the office of County Judge Taylor last Monday by the County Commissioners for the construction of an iron bridge across Adams Fork Creek above Dundee 85 feet long and one over Haney Creek below Heflin 45feet long There were eight bids re turned representing almost all the bridge construction companies in the United States The bids were put in scaled and opened in public The Champion Bridge Coof Ohio was successful in each award TheI job at Haney Creek was sa b the Eigenman Construction Co of I Owensboro The bridge at Adams Fork will cost the county l7QOand the one at Haney Creek 800 There is no doubt but that the county was saved a large amount of money in the two contracts by the public advertising and scaled bid plan Lodge Notes I RoughRiver Lodge K of Ps had work in the first rank Tuesday night and will have work in the first and secondranks next Tuesday evening The member are urged to attend and make the work success Sometime during the game season a quail supper will be given to which the I ladies will be Invited The members of the Masonic Blue Lodge are beginning to rqvive the I tall of a new hall which all agree is badly needed cbnvenIiarc a i meeting is desired The Chapter is preparing to do good work this win ter W N Stevens is the High I Priest and French Vickers the ac complished Secretary The Local Maccabee Lodge has meecIing anrlldoingCommander and D E Thomas sec ord Keeper Another turkey sup per will be a feature in the near fu tureThe local Hive Ladiesof Macca bees under the leadership of Mrs Z Wayne Griffin Commander is inn thriving condition They have in itiated five or six new members in the last six weeks After the regularI meeting lost Friday members were entertained an ole Slant luncheon given by Mrs Ernest Brkhead and Mrs Hooker Williams This lodge meets every two weeks Miss Sue Yciser is Keeper of Rec lords Return Thanks We take this method of thanking the people of Hartford for the kind ness and sympathy shown to us during our sadjbereavemeht the death of our boy so far from home Also to thank those at the scene of the tragedy for their prompt and kind j ministrations May heavens choic esfblessi gs boon all and may thy never be calledupomto bear such a sorrow as ours f IMRS t- k FACTORIES DESTROYED Raiders Burn One and Dyna mite Another great Excitement Prevails an 4 Close Search is Being Made to Find the Guilty Princeton Ky Nov 12 Officers of this city were notified that the large tobacco factory of Rice Brothers at Kelsey Caldwell county had been burned last night The fire is supposed to be of incendiary origin The building was situated on the north side of the Evansville division of the Illinois Central railroadand east of the depot The fire was dis covered on the first floor about 1230 oclock The flames spread rapidly and soon enveloped the entire build ing which was destroyed Shortly after the fire was discovered and under headway an explos ion occurred on the inside of the buildingLate afternoon Ed Rice of the firm of Rice Rrothers said over the telephone that two men were seen shortly after the fire riding at a rapid gait a short distance from Kelsey on the Eddyville road and headed toward Eddyville Following the report of the destruction of Ripe Brothers factory at Kelsey came the report that the large tobacco factory in Eddyville belonging to the Baptist Seminary of Louisville was dynamited at 2 oclock this morning by unknown persons Several unexploded sticks of the dynamite were found under the building The oflice and pri vaterooms and all of the north and west ends of the building were blown into fragments and the prop t1h1 ytuTfamiUdtltiltfaAiM n three thousand dollars The persons who blew up the Ed dyville factory were traveling on horseback and came to town and left on the pike leading to Prince ton A piece of paper taken from framaIsome of the raiders were heardon the Lamasco road an hour after the explosion Great excitement prevails among all classes and every effort will be put forth by the authorities here to hunt down the guilty parties A close watch will be kept tip by the owners of tobacco factories in this section for suspicious charac tersThe destruction of Rice Brothers factory will amount toa loss of about 16000 with 9 000 insurance Ed Rice also lost several hundred dollars worth of new furniture which had been stored in the factory un= til his residence now undergoing improvements was completed The JohnvOrr factory of this city is be ing strongly guarded FOR THE BUSY READER i It is announced that the Hearst Independence League is to continue After locking seven customers in the vault a lone robber looted a bank an Newton Kansas Many distinguished sportsmen are attending the annual fox hunt now in progress at Bardstown or S Gen W R Shafer died Monday near Bakersfield Cal after seven days illness of pneumoniaII Little Minnie Cannon sixyearsold Hopkinsville drank four ounces of undiluted whisky and died from its effects in a short time Commander Peary who is returning to the United States with the record of Fartherest North will make another attempt to reach the pole in 1907 Eph Lillard for a number of years Warden of the penitentiary at Frank fort has resigned He will bo sue ceeded by W S Hawkins of Carroll county I S Attorney General Hays dedlintd Capitolday on the ground that he did not approve the contract r ExChairman Odell soundly criti cises the management of the New ItepublicanI Asinine he ever Saw r Farmers of Fayette county have formed a plan for the erection of a large elevator and flour mill to be independent of any millers associa tion and to be operated in the inter ests of the farmers only The Pennsylvania railroad compa ny has given a 10 per cent raise in salaries to all employes who receive less than 200 per month The in crease affects all lines controlled by thissystem and will make glad at Ieast20000men The increase for the year will total 1274628 SUDDEN DEATH Of Ernest Crowe a Promi t nent Citizen of McLean County Oweniboro Mrtnenger Ernest Crowe a prominent citizen of McLean county tied of ty phoid fever at the home of his father Dr A W Crowe lit 630 oclock Tuesday morning after a three weeks illness His death was unexpectedand heart trouble is thought to have been the immediate causeMr Crowe was considered to be much better during the past few days and his death came as a shock to his family He was twentynine years old on October 17 He is sur vived by a widow and one daughter hisparents a brother Frank Crowe of Evansville andn sister Mrs Chas Montgomery The deceased was well known in McLean county prominent RENDER Nov 13Messrs SimOn Stephens and nephew Baize were in Hartford last Wednesday Simon Jones was in Central City on legal business last Wednesday Ed Barrass Sr of Bevier was here TuesdayrROSCQ Davis of Leitchfield was here TuesdayILe Roy Brown of Central City was here last Friday Dr J 0 McKenney of Taylor Mines was here last Friday i W C Schlemmer of Hartford was here last Friday Marion Tipton of Rochester was here last Saturday John H Barnes and Claud Mc Kenney of Beaver Dam were hereon business last Saturday Mrs L Francis was in Mercer Station last Sunday Geo Edwards spent the day in Hartford last Sunday Mr and Mrs George Robinson and family of Beaver Dam spent the daywlth Rev and Mrs N C Robinson last Sunday John S Spence went to Nashville Tenn on legal business yesterday Dr II B Innes was in Hartford WednesdayMisses Engfeby and Nellie Harris were shopping in Beaver Dam today Mrs R C Chapman of Herrin 111 was the guest of Mrs Val T Cool today S S Hoover of New Albany Ind was here today Claud D Shi ldsofIndiana Pa is hero at this writing representing the Punxsutawney Drilling Con tract Co of Punxsutawney IaThey nro hero boring for coal for the C CAwa 1 Co which is likely to have another op dliJ before lung Important Notice ofbulldlngmaterlal PineFloorinJC anythingyou i We will saw your logsTrand your lumber andseausIBEAN BROSi Hartford Ky i nr lama 3- jTi t DISTRICT MEETWG Of Tobacco Growers Held In Owensboro Saturday i So B Lee Made Secretary of Dis trict Executive Com ImitteeOen toro Inquirer Representatives of the five counties in the Green River District Tobacco Growers Association met in the county court room on Saturday afternoon in response to the call of President John Cullen of Livermore There was a misunderstanding as to what body was called together and no action was taken by the meeting presided over by Mr Cullen About twenty representa tives of locals were present but chiefly from Ohio Hancock and Mc Lean counties Hancock county was represented by County President John E Minnett Organizer J Y B Lott Grader Robert Wright and Horace Smith and Sam Baker Ohio by State President Dave Morelandj John P Foster and McLean by E B McEuen John Cullen and Walter Atherton and Daviess by S B Lee and T S Coke National Secretary C H Taylor was present and made a talk to the representatives present giving a sketch of his connection with the tobacco organization He recog nized the fact that there were enough speakers of ability there already It was one of the virtues of Kentuckians to have something to say and to say it well This was shown at the recent A S of E meeting at St Louis whets Mr Sharp of Ohio county of all delegates k present from several states was the only one to receive even a j twoinch notice in the St Louis papers He said hewas here to work with his pen He was here as the servant of the organizations and r wanted to be used as such by them I This is one of the best district organizations in the country and the Burley district is organizing rapidly- andwill probably soon be the most important because it M the largest j h Good for everything a salve is used for and especially recommended for piles That is what we say of De i Witts Witch Hazel Salve On the j market for years and a standby in j thousands of families Get De Witts Sold by all druggists Advance in Wages ilulif Ilrtntx ret I The increase which has been or dered in the wages of the employes of the Pennsylvania and the Reading I railways ione of the many manifestations of Republican prosperity On December 1 the increase will be i effective Over 175000 persons will profit by it The advance is voluntary All the big railways in the country are doing a larger business than ever before The Pcrinsylva nits and the Reading think that this is a good tune for them to give their employes a new share in the prosperity i We hear much about the increase tak1enlines But wages for the majority of workers have advanced to a greater degree than prices of food and clothing This has been especial ly true not only in the lower priced workers on farms and in manual la bor of all sorts but it has been true of the most of the mechanical This is why the great bulk of them t workers of the country cling to Republican party It shows why aIlarge majority of them will vote Hepubluan ticket in 1908IThe farmer the cattle raiser the cotton grower the miner and the rest of the producers of the coun try I are getting far more for them things which they sell than they did ten pct ago They know that this change hri been one of the results c t lrpubican control of the Govern r CM this account they willLC r Innue t vote the Republican t cr i long as the Republican r irtv lutiils on to its benificent po- lif fful icing the interests of the rr e ml consumer iU tenure ii liB be assured As this hw i tl policy of the Republic an iu i in the beginning there is 11 i lcil reason to suppose thai it viil lust Under Repuplican w sway tilt United States has advanc ccl more in VIe past forty years than t it diJSn ull its previous life as a nation and immeasurably more thulIll t any other courtly him advancl z I y Ir rc f J ed in twice that duration With the workers of the country on its side Republican victory in 1908 is as cer tin as any political event of the future can be i Here is our condensed opinion of the Original Laxative Cough Syrup Nearly all other cough syrups are constipating especially those con I taining opiates Kennedys Laxa- i live containing Honey and Tar j moves the bowels Contains no j opiates Conforms to the Pure Food and Drug Law Sold b- allI druggists iMystic Letters in Lawsuit A recent special dispatch from Baltimore contained the following A problem which came up for solution in the circuit court at Town son today where Miss Susan B Wheeler is trying to establish a claim to 25000 because Edward B L Waltz failed to fulfill an alleged promise of marriage was the meaning of the mysterical letters C Y d K which appeared in several letters from Waltz which were in ev idence Osborne I Yellott counsel for Waltz asked Miss Wheeler to ex plain the meaning of the letters She refused The court asked her too Again she refused It is a secret among young girlscoyly replied Miss Wheeler I will not tell you Judge Hoshall of the orphans court says C Y S K simply means consider yourself kissed but as the judge was not a witness the court had no opportunity of get ting his expert testimony on the questson so it is without informa tion official or otherwiseIWaltz is about 70 years old Both he and Miss Wheeler live in the neighborhood Arlington aye nue She says she was wooed and that there was a promise of marriage in October 1905 but the date for the marriage was changed so often that she felt injuried 25000 worth Many points in her testimony will be be disputed when Waltz takes the stand In the meantime the court SIKt711rBT03 sCi- Ban I th M KM Kou Haw Alnrs BJUJB 8lgaata- nIndian j i Summer Authorities differ as to the period i of Indian summer and there are some whom deny there is such a j thing at all just as there are incon oclastic who deny the story of WilL- iam Tell and the episode of Washing tons hatchet These doubting Thomases can be dismissed with contempt Indian summer is too poetic an idea to be tramledout under the inconoclastic hoof It is a verity that everybody believes in Just when this charming climatic in terval occurs is a doubt that adds to i its mysteric charm October with its gorgeous days is generally credited as the month in which Indian summer occurrs but in reality it is Novenber that nature pauses in her round of seasons and presents to man that peculiar loveliness so entrancing to the senses a loveliness and charm thathavemade Indian summer a romauce Indian summer is yet to comeI u j Women as Well as Men i Are Made Miserable Kidney TroubleI Kidney trouble the mind dls courages and lessens ambition beauty viper by cnecrfulncss coon when the kid are of order I trouble has so prevalent It Is not uncommon a chili to be with weakbornI If toe chili cften If the I urine scalds the If when the child reaches an age should be able to control the yet afflicted with bcdwetlng it the cause of the difficulty is malland and the first i step should be t the tree ret of these im rRtit This trouble Is OL ti a unpleantI kidneys and not to most people Women as well arc made mlsI erabie with bladder trouble and both need great remedy The mild and effect of SwampRoot Is It Is sold by drueitr In cent and one sizes You may sample bottle out too j free also pamphlet tell ncomo e r swaunvitoot Ing all about It Including many of the I thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer icCo Binghamton N Y be sure and paperDont mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr SwampRoot and the address KllmersI NY on every bo- ttlei SUCCEEDS BROWN IOn The Supreme Bench Does Attorney General William IH Moody has announced the appointment of Attorney General William Henry Moody of Massachusetts as justice of the supreme court of the United States to succeed Jus tice Henry Billings Brown who re hasysince July 1 1904 Previous to that time he had served for more than two years as secretary of the navy He had also represented his state in Itlisjustice the latter part of December Secretary of the Interior Ethan Allen Hitchcoock will retire from the cabinet on March 4 and Jamesj R Garfield of Ohio at present commissioner of corporations will suc I ceed him Herbert Knox Smith now assistant commissioner ofcori porations will be appointed to Mr Garfields place These changes and that of the retirement of commis landIa statement from the White House recently The statement says reo garding Mr Hitchcock I The secretary of the interiorMr Hitchcock has informed the President that he would be unable to stay after March 4 Mr Hitchcock has for sometime felt that the very ex I haunting work he has been engaged in for over eight years in the interior department was wearing on him so as to make it impossible for him much longer to remain At the Presidents earnest request he con rented to accept a reappomtment on March 4 1906 at the time of the Presidents inauguration But he then stated that he could not say how long he feels sure now he must insist that he be relieved March 4 acceptliie Mr Hitchcock feels that he is enti tied to absolute rest and was obliged to refuse the offer Mr Smith has filled his position of assistant commisioner of corpora tions since August 15 1903 He was appointed from Connecticut 41 Needa 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 Yes or No Lawyers in their crossexamina tion have no right to browbeat in nocent and wellintentioned witnesses said Mayor Jones of Cleveland When a lawyer misconducted him self in this way gets the worst of itI it is a good thing It teaches him a lessonAn honest old gentleman was being j crossexamined the other day in an Ohio court Was the defendants tone then angry said the crossexamining lawyer to him Well if it were not he began but the lawyerinterrupted Come come he said in the j blustering tone that we all know Come come We have had enoughIi wells and buts Give plain ansver Was his voice angry Yes or no j Really said the witnes I cant replyIEither answer would be misleading You see I shoutIquestion in the world to which a plain yes or no could be answered I do said the old man quietly iCould you put such a question to me i I could i Do it then Do it at once sirII thutiThe old gentleman leaned for ward and smiling a little he addressed the lawyer slowly and deliberately with these words ourIown opmlOn1Il your own opinion mind you for no ono else can have any possible doubt upon the subject will you toll us whether you are as big an idiot as you look 4 IASTonIAStare thehitKind Yat Have arrays Bxpt- 9lgastare Ii T t- I postd LveriAn eccentric and very busy old gentleman who firmly believes that i time is money and is a delay en emy of verbosity to any form has a pretty daughter and the other day a young man who has been paying her a great deal of attention called on her father to know his fate It should be mentioned says London TitBits that the fair oneI had told her lover of her fathers mania for terseness and diction and implored him to be as laconic as pOSe sible when asking papa or he wouldjstand no chance of success The young gentleman promised to use no superfluous laughing and when he was ushered in to the old gentleman the latter who evidently guessed his visitors missiontook the initiative by saying What daughter Yes was the brief reply MoneyThree hundred a year CharacterAl Love heron honor On honor Be good to her SwearHave her ThanksGo Gone exclaimed the elated young man seizing his hat and rush ing off To 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 harmless compound of vegetable extracts that is wonderful in its beneficial effects on the stomachs of bies and children Recommended and sold by all Druggists An Important Guest When Miss Phoebe Washington returned in her wedding finery to the house where she had reigned as cook for several years she announc j ed briefly relates the Youths Companion that she had returned fo j awhile and seemed disinclined towardexplanations until the nex evening when she unburdened her heart to the mistress of the house holdNobody neednt ever go to tell me again dat thutteen aint a terei I ble onlncky number Miss Clemmy she said gloomily I guess I knows how onlucky tis q1tl1V ii I irtpersons bliss Clemmy at my rding yestday and dat wedding neb j ber came offt all Why Phoebe how strange how i very strange And the tidy looked most sympathetic But whatever happened she said Phoebe the fact of there being thirteen persons at the wedding couldnt have had anything to do with it Deed it did Miss Clemmy And Phoebes face tookon its most determined look Ain you understood the foteenth pUS50nI would a been trifling Is expecting to marry S1OO Reward S loo The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at one dreaded disease that scienceleastI been able to cure in all its and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh I Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional treat ment Halls Catarrh cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving I the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The properties have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cute Send for list of testimonals Address F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Sold by all druggests 7Cc Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Ills Bargain My Dear said the thoughtful husband entering the house with a reImembersuch a wonderful bargain in shirts j at 48 cents and neckties at three fora quarter for me Yes love says the fond wifeI Well dont think I didnt appre date your thoughtfulness See I have bought something for you I noticed some beautiful green and yellow plaid goods in a show window- on my way home and bought you o yards of it at 4 cente a yard The clerk said it was a great bargain 1 und it makes enough dresses to last I you two years Why she has rdl faintIc 1 I WHISKEY AND CORSETS Found in Possession oj Negro Woo is Charged with Breaking Into Freight Car tllrahntn Mveoaer y SLoadtd down with whiskey corsets and suspenders Joe Dixon a negro was arrested in Baptisttown yesterday morning by officer Gill ians Information had been received from Henderson that a freight car hal been broken open and a quantity of whiskey and other goods stolen presumably by a negro who had boarded a train for Owens boro Tint patrolmen were notified to be on the lookout and the result was that the negro was caught within an hourIDixon was locked up and the Hen derson police notified Chief Will H Held came to Owensboro and took the negro back to Henderson There is some doubt as to whether the negro is really named Dixon Night Chief Nichols believes that he has located him in the rogues gal lery and that he is wanted for a serious offense The matter will be looked into I The whiskey the negro stole was the property of the Rock Springs Distiling Company of Owensboro and was being shipped west Jilts New Lover for Old Capt Henry Huggins of the United states signal corps appear in Indianapolis after an absence IIed five years on the sea just in time find that his old sweetheart Miss marrieddShe immediately telephoned Con nette that she would not marry him and arrangements with the re turned lover began Believing that the young woman was not serious in her announcement Connette obtain ed a marriage license anyhow and informed his sweetheart of the fact shortly before noon less than three totwoman was steadfast in her determination to break the engagement even at that late hour however and the word voidaq soon written in large letters upon one page of the marriage license book at the courthouse Sam Jones Best Sayings God cant elect any man unless he is a candidate Saw little parties and reap big ones Sow these and reap ball rooms sow these and reap germans and from these reap spiderlegged dudes and from these youll reap a half thimbleful of calves foot jelly There is such a thing as the race running out in dudes and God knows I am glad of it The most demoralizing and damning thing and the must insidious is the city club- I have seen men converted fromI the barroom and from everything else but never never have I seen a clubI powder billiard to kill himWhat is a town woman but a country woman with Sunday clothes on Id rather be dead than to be in fashion The more bent smashed and Ii warped the ladys hat is the more fashionable it is j Shall I ask the little dudes and j gosIpeea one with short skirts on Doubts are but the children of j meanIInessInfidelity is ninetenth mouth j Give your heart to God and he will comb the kinks out of your head t A Mountain of GoldI I could not bring as much happiness to Mrs Lucia Wilke of Caroline Wis as did one 2oc box of Bucklens comPletelYJIcured of Piles Wounds and Sores 25c at DrugIIndian Takes Big Chances If a name counts for anything Mitchell Jasper an Indian living in Delta county Mich is taking a flier fatetie county today and secured a license to Mary KickaHoleIntheSky HOMESEEKERS Roind trip rates TO THE SOUTH at greatly reduced rates on the first and third Tuesdays of each month from points on the line of the I Illinois Central R R in the North Your home Ticket Agent will give you a full particu lars as to rates conditions and train time but particular attention is erewith called to the fact that on the November 6th excursion one can i visit the fv Ii Mississippi Industrial Exposition that will be held in Jackson the State Capital November 5th to 10th Extensive displays of States Prod ucts Agricultural Machinery Live- Stock Dairy Products Vehicles Industrial Features Good Speakers on Pertinent Topics Illuminations Music Fire Works and a Pike Take this opportunity to see the industrial and agricultural features of the South portrayed in practical and condensed form It will help you to an understanding of the marvelous resources of the South FULL PARTICULARS concern ing Homeseekers Excursion Rates can be had of agents of the Illinois Central and connecting lines or by addressing either of the undersigned F W MAULCUV DPALouisville JNO A SCOTTAG 1Memphis- A H HANSON P T M Chicago S G HTfe G P A Chicago Tho Publishers- Claims Sustained UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMS IntrnllonaDlcllonarylur limlirlilinM tliormuhly riMMIItM Incvrrr detail and va tmtlchitl In every tart with the 1lrloo riulaptlni It tUIIIlt tho larirrr trl11CUOIIWo nre rf tho opinion thntth nllouatlon most clearly unU ncvurntvly iliMrilc tlo work that lias aw en aniiiu ll lui and the result that tiiliurrficlicil 711o ties nnary ua It now aland LEIS l xn tUormuihly it vditptllil every ilutnli has frn mrircliil In every i rt owl Ua lmlrub1y i npef dtomeet- the lanrrr and gevctvr requirements nf a IH nprntlnn Hhlcli douumU auto of popular jCncruUoIIhutIt ts vrhiiM uccwlka to add tjr1 wo refer to the illrtlonarr In our ytutlre1 work a+ of tho highest authority In mtiijoyiT ilcllnl V JtIwlUCaaltlGsCtcnrCMtJuiks IxcnrtlrrwoxirtiIT I CUIU1i I 1Wn J odco T7i abort rtftn lo nTJSTEftS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE Intern1I0lluiutGET THE LATEST AND BEST Ton trill ie hderutntInmtr fJXCllntll KIK cntjrr- cGCMERRIAM CO PUOLISHCRS SPRINGFIELD MASS Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural rand Mineral Lands along the line of thtj IRON- MOUN1AIN a ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Tbroaah Pullman Irurecnfntchair ears Uomeneehera and first and third Tuesdays of each i mphlelttoldR C TOWNSEND 4niPnYteeTtl a molt R TO MATTHEW tv PenngWd- JlSantlr at 1 endangered of his future motherinlaw is AfraidOfNoManIt the friends of ifMaryits any of the traits which the name f tJaspersdreamreceive a severe jolt I y7 4 TOBACCO SITUATION Weed Scarce and Ought to Sell 4For Good Prices Twenty Per Cent Shortage in Crop of the Black Patch as Compared With 1905 riarknrlllt t eilhrobnleJ The Government officials have been figuring on the worlds tobacco supply demand etc They find that the 1901 crop was GGO000000 poundsThe 1905 crop was 63300000 pounds making the supply of these crops nearly 400000000 pounds short of the supply of the two previous years 1902 and 1903 The Kentucky commissionor of agriculture figures that the crops of the Black patchof this year19OGis 20 per cent short of the 1905 crop Tobacco is evidently scarce and ought to sell for a good prices Ja pan has turned her attention to the tobacco of this country and comes in as a new consumer According to retorts Japan has already bought the entire crop of North Carolina and this is something to figure on It is contended and argued from the stump by every spellbinder that it costs the farmers of this district 6 cents per pound to produce tobacco This must be true as tobacco grow ers are behind with their business I and farm lands declining in ferttlitif Already 800 mortgages have been taken out in the county for advances on tobacco and the prospect is that this number of mortgages will in crease to 2000 before the first of January This and similar conditions i apparently exists in all our tobacco growing counties and it is evident that the farmers are not making any profit on tobacco or else they are managing very badly and ought to I change their methods to diversified farming as we have advised Raise I more peas sheep hogs and poultry Have farmers been receiving cost j of production for tobacco They organized two years ago that they t might cooperate and concentrate their tobacco and demand and force I higher prices The result has been a change in this policy scattered markets secret selling trying to force all tobacco at all points to sell at one and the same graded price This policy has f served the pinhookers and the spec ulators well Now it is ascertatned that the crop of 1904 after paying allexpenses sale etc brought a net average to the farmers of 585 per hundred The crop of 1905 sold this year brought an averave to 6 The 190G crop now in the barns considering the conditions of the general market supply and demand should easily net the farmers an av erage of 800 per hundred selling from six to fifteen cents U here there concentrationthere will be competition on open sales and the competition fixes the value of tobacco according to the supply and demand tho farmers having not other way or ascertaining the value t 501andcan only waste their time and means by following a will o the wisp Farmers by organization standing on high grounds and by principle i looking to cooperation and concen tration forcing the market to its highest notch by drawing competi tion may greatly benefit their situa tion But to reach she highest state of excellence they must pay attention to diversified farmingreg ulating the tobacco production and improving the land These matters should be subjects of discussion in meeting The best treatment for indigestion and troubles of the stomach is to rest the stomach It can be rested by starvation or by uso of a good di gestant which will digest the food eaten thus taking the work off the stomach At the proper tempera ture a single teaspoonful of Kodol will wholly digest 3000 grains of food It will relieve the oresent an puts the stomach in shape to satisfactorily its func tions Good for indigestion sour stomach flatulence of the haert and 1yspepsiaKodol is made in strict conformity the National Pure Food and Drug Law Druggist W Tons of Eels captured- A recent news telegram from Lewiston Pa says that many tons of eels have been taken from the j Juniata river during the past few days John Pennington a crippled from this city placed an uptodate j eel basket in the river 100 yards I east of the Lewiston dam and in r Y i Habitforming Medicines Whatever may be tho fact as to many of tho focnllwl patent medicines con taining Injurious as broadly nitlle ud In some journals of moro or nrtulnlybMUattention to thU subject It has In n i nimlcleralilo tnoamiri rcsnlUxl In tho liuiit Intelligent pioplo avoiding such teals and miillclno as may bo fUlrlrIU8 i jKctttl of containing tho uliiils conipUlmtl of Kiicognlzlng thU fact sonio 11 ago Dr Pierce of ItnlTalo N Y took tlmo by tan forelock as It worn and published broadcast all tho Ingredients of his popular mall clues arc COIllIIOM I Thus hRS com pletily forestalled all harping critics and all onpuiltldn otherwl bo hltiicdlcl yurgeuugalnsi IxcauM they I BIII now OK KXOVX irosmos Fur Uirrmnrn from tho formula printed on every bottle wrapper It will bo seen medicines COli tal II no alcohol or other habitforming drugs Neither do they contain any narcotics or Injurious agent their Ingredients being purely vegetable extracts from the roots of medicinal plants mind growing In the depths of our American forests and ofIwell cognized curutlvo virtues Instead of alcohol which oven In small portions lung continued us In obstlnnto cases of diseases Inclines highly objec tlotmblo from Its tendency to produce a craving for Htlmulanu Pierce em ploy chemically trlploreflned of twit ls u reme ly In mall caws of chronic diseases being n superior demulcent i ntl eptlc aIiCoMen Neal fill Stono root Black Cherrybark und IlloodriNit contained In Jolilen Discovery In bron ctilal throat and lung attended with severe coughs As will Ixi teen from the writings of tho eminent Drs Grover Coof of Ngty York sou Mental College IIdlagcudder of Cincinnati Elllngwood of hale of Chicago und others who andI as leaders In their several schools practice tho foregoing agents urn the Ingredients that Dr Plcrco couldhave chosen to make up his fa mans Discovery for tho euro of not only throat and affec tlons hilt also of chronic catarrh In allI Its various forms wherorer lodatod one night he took 2500 eels weigh I big from onehalf to five pounds JIIJoneI kept well into the winter and sold for 12 to 15 cents a pound and find a ready market At the Pennington camp there are fully two tons of eels a wriggling writhing mass in the boxes Deaths Rom Appendicitis decreases in the same ratio that the use of Dr Kings New Life Pills increase They save you from dangers and bring quick and painless release c atom constipation and the ills growt ins out of it Strength and vigor always follow their use GuaninE teed by Z Wayne Griffin Brot Druggist 25c Try them NEW MARSHAL- s Wade Ament Succeeds L P Bennett and is CompeI tent Young lKinburn Ii nlltr1IJ W Ament of Livermore has been appointed United States Deputy Marshal for this district and has already entered upon the discharge of his duties lie received his com mission in Louisville Friday andat once started out on a swing around the district Last night he arrived in Owcnsboro with Shad Luwis of color said to be one of the most noted bootleggers in the district He was arrested in Henderson coun- ty where he is said to have been op- crating for some time Mr Ament is a young man He has had no previous experience as a peace officer but is confident of his ability to handle the job He suc ceeds Loyal P Bennett who resign ed to go West Mr Bennett will leave in a few days for Oklahoma where he will probably go on the Heij a he served as deputy marshal jHAuutactarene To its coal supply more thani twice as great as the combined erea of Great Britain Germany and I Pennsylvania to its vast stories of I oil and natural gas as supplemen tary sources of power heat and light the South adds at least 3000 000 available horsepower andwater power for utilization for electrical transmission also for power heat and light Thb development of this vast water power potentiality wilheventually employ 250000000 to 3000000 and be equal in work ing capacity to 6000000 men It will make possible construction of thousands of miles of interurban electric roads it will furnish cheap power and light for mines and fac tories and create as in Switzerland I the highest forms of skilled mechan ical work in the mountains of the South whereclimatic conditions are unsurpassed by any other section of the world In counting the riches of the South always buarfn mind its wealth of everrunning streams wljere nature furnishes the power without price except for the cost of developments w ESiBH lsHSSZsEEr SHta EXIT STENOGRAPHER New Machine Typewriter and Telegraphopohne j It is That it Will Do the IWork of the Pretty OfficeI UlrlIPlans now under way will make it unnecessary for business men to stenographerslor I ing exchanges to which letters can be dictated over the telephone circuit and returned for signature in al few minutes are to be established in large office buildings and hotels Such scheme has been madepractic al by means of the telegraphophone which not only makes a perfect reproduction of the human voice but lso records everything that passes ever the ordinary telephone These records are stored upon a thin steel wire or disc and can be reproduced an indefinite number of times or re moved when there is no further use i for them Each of the central exchanges will j have a number of telegraphophones I anda staff of typewriter experts and trained linguists When the busi man or the guest in a large I t Ihotel wishes to dictate he will pick up the receiver of his telephone and ask to be connected with telegraph ophone in the exchange By means of small switchboard he will have complete control of the machine to he is dictating in the exchange j If it should be necessary to make any changes in the letter a pushbutton is pressed which brings a pair of magnets stronger than those which made the record into contact with the wire and any part or the whole letter is immediately wiped out In the same way records of dictated letters are wiped out as as transcribed so that the ma hine is always ready for use at any As soon as the dictation is finish the typewriter operator places telegraphone sounders to his ears transcribes the records which have been made returning the letter to the ce from which they wflCTnctatear The matter transcribed might be in English French i German or any other language It might be legal scientific or technical full of difficult words and phrases which would tax even the most high y educated and expert stenographer to take down in shorthand with acuracy When the central type writing exchanges arc established telegraphophones will enable busi IEvery I i Two Minutes Physicians tell us that all healthyhuman i the heart once in every two minutes If this action be wholeIpoor Emulsion makes the blood whyISCOTTSEMULSION is such a great aid is because i it so quickly into the blood It is partly di gested before it enters the stomacha double advan tage in this Less work for the stomach quicker and more direct benefits To get the greatest amount of with the least possible effort is the desire of everyone in poor health Scotts Emulsion does just that A change for the better takes place even be fore you expect it We will tend 70Isimple free Be sure that picture In the thisIa bells on the poi of every Emuliion you buy SCOTT BOWNE- Chemiltl 409 PtatlSt NY SO cent tod froo All druEiUu s ness men to dictate letters at a great speed in any language and on any subject Fortunate Missourians When I was a druggist at Livonia Mo writes T J Dwyer now of Graysonville Mo three of my 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 New Discovery as the most wonderful medi cine in existence Surest Cough and Cold cure and Throat and Lung healer Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Druggists COc and 1 Trial bottle free Antiquity of the Word Snow Hameses II died 4000 years ago but some of the facts concerning his life are just becoming known One of these is the story of his marriage which has just been revealed by Prof James H Breasted of the University of Chicago in his first preliminary report of his expeditions among the temples along the Nile lie found the account of this event in the sun temple of Abu Simbel which is one of the principal build ings erected by King Rameses To tell the story it required an inscrip tion of fortyone lines eachabout eight feet long Prof Breasted reports that the word for snow is found here in snowless Egypt for the first time in human history oAai re oEra I ZIIpa BaIfN He Cursed His Gallantry A corpulentman with a red face went to Coney Island Sunday from the Bath Beach section of Brooklyn says the New York Sun and sat in a cross seat of an open car in front of two stout German women In search ing for a nickel to pay his fare the stout man dropped quarter which rolledalmost under the dress of one of the women He realized that he might make a spectacle of himself and also might offend the woman if he attempted to pickup the quarter so he decided to wait until she and her friend got out meanwhile tak ing an occasional glance at the coin The women found themselves at their station unexpectedly and in their hurry to get out one knock ed ler handkerchief wihch was weighted with something on the back of the mans seat A corner of the Handkerchief dropped let ting out a shower ofjingling silver The owner kneeled and began col lecting the coin while her friend urged her to hurry The man a sigh of relief after the woman got up without having noticed hisquar ter Just then however the other woman observed it and said Katrina you haf not all dot schange got Look dere vas a kewarter Katrina with an effort stooped and picked up the quarter and she and her friend rushed from the car The ofIebonpoint Postmastsr Robbed G W Fouts Postmaster at River ton la nearly lost his life and was robbed of all comfort according to his letter which says For 20 years I had chronic liver complaint which led to such a severe case of jaundice that even my finger nails turned yellow when my doctor prescribed Electric Bitters which cured me and have keptjme well for eleven years Suro 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 50 cents Sam Jones Worth 250000 Rev SamiP Jones left an estate estimated to 250000 consisting largely of valuable properties in At lanta Cartersville and other points Those in a position to speak Author itatively say that for many years Mr Jones income was from 35000 to 40000 a year from his evangelical a lecture work Of this great sun he annnallygave away to charitable work more than two thirds of his earnings His benefactions were so wide and varied that few but his own family knew of them He rarely spoke of them and sought to keep them from the public His l insnrance was fully 75 000 and thisof course will go to his estate It is believed that his wife will administer his estates I The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has beta In uso for ocr 30 years has homo tho signature of been under sonal supervision since infancy Allow one deceive this Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Expcrlnients that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Oostoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sloop Tho Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS j2 Bears the Signature of The Kind Yon Have Always BoughtrA In Use For Over 30 Years rK CYtenea eaatn rt MUll AT rrmcT seer YOUR om i OUR CLUBBING RATESI THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125TH- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN slid Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Owensborblnquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 1 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 TuE RErtlnLYt3A and NatiultaIMaguzine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN RANDALL T COLLINS Z WAYNE GRIFFIN When in Louisville STOP AT Setitiitigs EUROPEAN HOTEL The Home for Ohio County People Elegant Clean liooms and Polite Attention S W Corner Second and Jefferson Streets COLLINS GRIFFINProps 124 BUYS 544 I SCHOLARSHIPuntil the ItO allotted to bo sold at a discount on account of the oi alng of our ETniuvlllj College are sold Aoraatiancater anyt- imeDRAUGHONS EVANSCLE COR THIRD A D lIAIX 27 Colleges in 15 SlAin S300000OO CAPITAL Indorsed l r tautness men from Maine to California 17 years nuoocsd Wo also teach BY MAIL Write for price POSITIONS SECURED I jCallI n TRA Er1JIa yla THAT PAY dmmehotauuiWysow ipuM mad ulp 7000 wears send modaL photo or ketch tar FREE report on pUcnubUltr to jKiV pnetlen BUR PASSING REFERENCE lurfree Cold 1tu kontYogtabtlltauawdt- toEO35OS Seventh StreetWASHINGTON D Cl anti Las uiado his per its no to you In All the r 1 Nr 111 1 BIGFOtR New York Central Line = A The Best Line to I Indianapolis Peoriat Chicago I Toledo f Detroit ICleveland V New York f Boston And all other points East fV Information cheerfully fur I 1 nished on application at City I Ticket Office Big Four No 259 Foutt k avenue or wiitoI j SJ GATES toiGenl Agent LouisvilleKy Passenger H J RHEINr GeneralPlhssenger AgentICincinnati or 011N y 1I CurQljstta y M 1 r Ii 0 0 0 0 Its Worth a Good Deal to Us- t To have you know that this store is headquarters for tho beSt in things for men to worn but llti ttrtijtt t sis much to ou to have the knowledge if you take uclvuntngo of it and you certainly might to bo glad to lttv fII iu plsuu1 when your money will buy as much dependable merchandise as any other mans motley of tin same dcnuiniiMti r n new do It a pleasure Midgets all s worn our line M Hartford tzeaedbythi llnrtfnnl IiiMUhlnnCoinpuny Itsnmrnu linl- v C nItiItV1Trl KillturH w J 0 =11= Cumcon n1 ouh por Jc I FRIDAY NOVEMBER j WeoiwiiiHhnrliril Ituenuoum4t ANDKII WN oMVwt lliirtlord Jrwliitt li rnntltdn to tor Itf4rexerdntlrln Hi ftoncrnl txxembly rum Uil tli ltli ilhtrlrt mibjwt tn the iictlnn 01i the Ilr uMlcnii HArts i te nronutluirltFil to minumire IrVKisH nlMiwve 1ntHnct H rnmlldntp for Rpprr vntiitlrlii Ihe llfiirrnl Ampinldy from bin tlielMlliilNIrlrtiublwt to the iictlun the lIllIrtiWI nrcnntliorliwl tnnniinnni SYwttll- of K the lleil Pits Inct H cnnillilutufor Repose tntlre III the hlrlll A nublr frnmtlil the tit lIeJlllhUclIli1Jurty Examine the labelon your paper It Is not notify us n h NEXT is the Christmas presen season o fool bets DOES Lieutenant Perry want to be the iceman I CAP NOEL Crusader has ceased to WHEN a cannot an I t fice he becomes a revolutionist TilE Republicans Pennsyl vaniia and the Democrats Texas j HAYS will a among the the res of term may I was no worsotTIDE political boss who made the fewest prelictions in this campaign had to the least No one as yet has improved upon 2 ioursuggestion of W H Holt- s ly s r 7 Its Worth SomethingITo you to know that HART SC11AFFNER it MARX Clothes are absolutely all Wool and above any cotton suspicion teal to know that this store is tho phiuo lor Wo can lit you perfectly in Suits Overcoats Odd Pants Working Clothes and Ruin Clothes win kaop you warm and can keep yi ui dry I Mens Suits priced S 1 5 0 750 8 10 12 1350 15 10 18 L0 S22JJO anti 25 Mens Overcoats pricednt 3 S4 5 Si 750 8 410 12 1350 15 and S18 Boys Suitslong punts priced nt 350 4 5 U750 8 10 12 Overcoats for Buys who wear long pants priced tit 250 s3 4 5 7 8 y 10 j Boys and little two piece Suits in all the Inll patterns and style price 1 150 II 225O 3 t 3 0rt SW 0 j Overcoats for the little boy price SloO 200 3oo 4 00 and 500 T n Mens Furnishings Our collection of Menmd Boys Winter rndcricr is suflititMit to satisfy all classes of wearers In wool wo show the old time reds in Shirts nod Drawers pries per gaunonttl Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers price per garment SI and 125 Brown Mixed11uul Shirts and Drawers price per garment 150 Wrights Hcallli Underwtiar price per garment 1 Lambs Down fleeced Shirts and Drawers price per garment 75c Sanitary fleeced Shirts tool Drawers price per garment lOc and 50c See Our Half Hose and Suspenders n NECKWEARSuch superb collection of the uptodate patterns in iburinhaiul Ties we have never shown before Itwill you goad to look at theta is to have an opportunity to show them Tuxedos Win ors Teck and puns in fact styl by discriminating dressers are jcpnsciitid in EM P BARNES IROSI RAVER DAMoKY Republican r- jANNOUNCEMENTS CfAIinNti UvinlllRin correct questionI GAINS crusadeI carried carried ATTORNEYGENERAL bas rose thorns his thingst do explaining Judge thom at gents for the Republican nomination for Governor jIF the machine actually got rob bed in Louisville it will go down in history as one of the accomplish cd impossible uu IIr is a delicate subject but we are compelled to inform our subscribers that as yet no thanksgiving tur keys are in sight for either editor n SEVERAL prominent citizens have spoken in the highest complimentary terms of the excellent manner in which we handled the election returns last week for which we are very grateful IIpokIIen m no uncer am on e sew errfge and street question and we in our athCouncil t carry out their wishes ApItjpeatsuponis expected in a few days The court uncontspecial session of the Legislature to make a fair apportionment of the districtsIRepublicans remember TilE Owensboro Messenger tape it to heart because John Langley who once collected money for Caleb Powers has been elected to Congress neveIo r were ever friends of Taylor or Pow ers are consigned to oblivion He would also be glad to see Beckham gotITm Republican nominee for Gov measurestcon ourselves with 11 selection as good as the Democrat The one whom we shall invite dissatisfied Democrats to support should be better than the one offered them by R their own party If it is to be meiv a choice between rotten uppers n they will most likely select thou own apple A YhJtt LCT- Ly fair c primary was held in Lmiiivilie antS yet the canvassing committee compelled to throw out about 1000 votes because same precincts had voted several hundred more vote than there were Democrats and Re publicans coinbined Hud it been state or municipal election only the Republicans votes would have been thrown out They would have been exceedingly irregular =THE Hartford Herald has receiv ed its material necessary to its form to an eight page This is an improvement which Ttl REPUBLICAN by its advance in jour nalism felt culled upon to makesev oral years ago We are glad to note that our contemporary even in its slots uay in advancing The local newspaper is a good barometer of the community in which it is pub lished A prosperous press gener ally indicates a growing prosper ous locality IN the race for United States Sen ator before the Democratic prima ry it is claimed that Mr McCreary curried a large majority of the leg islative districts which elect Demo bee tween Beckham and McCreary was merely to instruct Democratic memI hers of the next legislature jt is claimed by the friends of McCreary that members whose districts show ed a majority for him are instruct ed to vote for him in the caucus This is an entirely new point and is not without force What right has the Republican district of Ohio county to dictate to the Democratic member from Daviess how he shall vote in that caucus one year hencet IT is said that Congressman Rich ardson is responsible for the primary election being held on the general election day He thought it would iKsist iin iii his race for t1 lI lut iii tlis lie uas disappointed 1 t ullIor Jiktly lHppii h aillrhe iinblicaiis are learning how 10 take aunteu ui it151ti1r the Dto cmts in many places were scrap t t rping over tile races in the primary they were scooping in the votes for their candidates for also doubtless made use localitiesr portunity to swap in some A primary election should not beheld on the general election day and Kentucky toIcustom Toe HartfordHeraldunable to understand the purport of our re port of the Democratic primary and jumps at the conclusion that we aPasiteform it that wo hadno choice or voico in the primary But as a newspaper it was our inherent and unquestioned privilege and our patrons expected us to report the pri mary as it was held and the Heralds bombastic utterance that the Dem ocrats should have consulted The Re publican before casting their tallots is one of its customary feeble efforts to waive a discussion of a notorious matter such as the highhanded prostitution of the ballot termed the Democralicprimary SLIM CHANCE FOR DEMOCr RAGY With complete election returns from the entire country at harfd a careful study will reveal po particular grounds for congratulation upon the part of Democracy In the off year elections the party in power always loses ground Often being swept from power so far as the elections can go No one expected but what the Republicans would this year fall below the tremendous ma joritics returned two years ago in Roosevelt landslide The ben ocrats went into the campaign full of fight and making great claims Upon Mr Bryans return he was greetedas the most popular living pressedintoand canvassed thecountry though he was unpaged in a Presidential campaign Hu was greeted in the sunuolduy by the cheering thous sorts Ve confess it looked us ed r r + tOJrP fgyyrP + oo oH20 44+ F4 R fi44fiP t Dit THE KENTUCKY r i Light and Power Co t i WILL WIRH YOUR HOUSED COSTA IjANM f i 3 tOlt MJSINKSS MOUSE SHOULD t 1 BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN h REACH 1 I ALLHEAYRIN Manager I i- PYif of rthough the country might adopt his views Evidently the voters heard and cheered Mr Bryan and then for the most part voted the Republican ticket The result is to discredit Mr Bryans Presidential boom in advance and the high hopes which Democracy was beginning to cher ish with him as their candidate are giving away to deepest despair as the full effect of the electioh returns are manifested The results show that with Bryan or with any other candidate for President the Democrats cannot hope to capture a single State carried by Roosevelt with the possible exception of Missourian the slim majority returned on the State ticket there would make tint State excellent fighting ground for the Republicans So also would the result in Kentucky Nebraska although citlvassed thoroughly for days by Mr Bryan remains safely Republican with a Legislature largely po Inythts off yearn the Republicans have succeed in electing u House of Represent t e A ttifa r w I atives with the same majority elect 1896ThatRepublicans 131 Democrats and 1G Populists f r Independents Thus r allExactly HouseIn thevote stood 46 Republicans to 34 Dem ocrats The next Senate will be atleast twothirds Republican Something may happen to change tie minds of the voters between now and 1908 to give the Democrats show to start in the great President ai ioflooks like a forlorn hope Horses for Sale rideand 19p br note for G months Call before or during Circuit Court on ERNEST WOODWARD 1Xi WoonwARDI L 1y nFj1 stBSY4t tJW4 JW JOUR REPUTATION For keeping tilt best uptniliite line of Dry Goods Clothing Ladies Wraps Millinery Shies Etc illOhio county has gill out over the whole ily Wo expect lo maintain this at all UIl1IIlUIII Sumo merchants are crying big advance arc giving to our trade the Mime values at oldtime prices Join the crowds find come to us wont you h Some Specials them now Good cotton Blankets IWonlllwc 8150 per pair Allwool Blankets i100 450 and 500 per itofr f Our HosieryB- ig little young and old 0 t wear them To say that wo i curry the bent in Hartford is not fxaggorutirg Our Mascot Most for Ladies at lUe 15e and 25c have no eijual Also our Rompersllaymate and Santa Clans Moso liar Buys foul Girls at Hit 20e and 2oe havo no equal To see these is to ap preciate their value I J1PATtThe Bargain Uente- iI atI Tablet Restaurant Hartford neturned Louisville Tuesday Chickens plEasant Underwear Overcoats Fordsville carry desirable and styles core us price j5ofiOc SI Flannel Shiritffrtini 1 to 2 lerey aj l SOc 0REPEAHH6 NEW MODEL NI7 flee Is thicheipeit food gun yet nude DrtkoauiiionchlwbU dawn future we hira Loon able la treatlleduce the cool ol end allho um tope he kept the pin up lo the famous hilt marl dsndrdof urephairy end duroI Notice the clan umplicitr of this tun The wnlmiuhfa endTfiimh ue prtfttt The weight u 1 The lull ante Umb area ro bond lot mwletn u well al buck powder endao chaioLtj that 21 inch at m be wed Sveral imlnlftltaia the hake it tLe uied mo- dntubbnd bed waleo ieaaeun Were to make it posub s la creel beet 01l11li- aad bin led at to tSm huh pad repeat of shot arm allO low a price For sale by Carson Hartford 4v r I Hartford Repuhlka I FRIDAY NOVEMBER 16 linoltCentralRallroijdYim6 Niirlli Hniinil Kolsiiln 4ioan in No 1f hlUtnl nn No tn2 dnc48 p tn Noll I ll found 4 So 101 rote 040 p 10I Come to Carson Co for Shoes and Boots For Carpets and Mattings come to Carson Co City most uptodate place in Dr AI Stanley from 0 0 B i your Eggs and Veathers to Carson Co t Mr C E Raley Rosine was a caller Wednesday I Buy your hats from Miss Lida Mor t ton the Milliner at Careonjb Co or any kind of wear call on Carson Coo Esq W R Edge call ed to see us while here Wednesday a 4 t 71t r uNxg NuqJ P x1 Shirts We nothing but the must makesterns that sold exclusively by running in flnd 150 Shirts glm4u3 front tol Call and seouudineI SHOTBUN production opastam U S NotadudnathNO tFor Winter Guns Guns Guns Where At U S Carsons 11tf Mr Jas T Allen Beda called to see us while in town Wednesday See Sam Bachs Clothing for winter They fit good look good and wear good We have the newest and best of everything in our line CARSON Co Hon C M Crowe was in Owens boro on business the first of the weekeThe hunting season sOon be on Get your gun and ammunition at U S Carsons 11tf Mr Alex Bell Buford paid usa pleasant call while on his way to Beaver Dam Wednesday The Hartford Mill Co has brick for sale as well as all other building material Come and see us 13tf iFOR SALE A scholarship in the Business Institute Call nor addressTHE REPUBLfcwi The Hartford Herald has added an Eclipse folder to its outfit The machine is being installed by Mr Marvin Bean trfNatito i BusinessjCollego owlinglGreenoffice u IMr French Vickers went to Lou yesterday and will return to Imorrow c- I Lewis will preach at the morningIand evening T H Black and daughter 11IrsMiss fever N6rino are very ill of Get your Clothing Cleahed and Pressed at Pearls Pantiorium at Y M C A roams Mrs Belle Taybor East Hartford is visiting the family of her brother Dr J R Pirtle this week The Ceralvo Comedy Company will give an entertainment at Ceral vo Saturday night November 17 TayIIlqrboy Mother and child doing well iTaken up as estray one bucky sheep leather W M halterIBeaver Dam Ky 17t2i Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers groceryy Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry ICtf Moore Crabtreo have new Sor ghum fresh Cabbage and a fine lineof family Groceries Call on them Mrs E J Hudson left Wednesday for Owensboro where she will bet1e guest other son A L Hudson for several days Mrs Wayne Griffin who has been quite ill of la grippe is much improved The report that she had scarlet fever was erroneous WantedAt Miller Bros Co Owensboro Ky 10000 turkeys Both phones 247 The prices of our Suits give no hint of their real value Over 400 different patterns to select from PEARLS PANTIORIUM Mrs Harriett Stone and Mr Chas- M Dllniel who had been visiting their uncle Mr Irad Hipsley Beda- passed through Hartford Monday cnjgyl fcfcihfiir home at Cuneyville 1A horse ran away with a delivery wagon belonging to Mr M T Likens Tuesday and made kindling wood of iL It was a span new wagon and quite a loss to Mr Likens Visit us and look at our Clothing If you have bundles that you bought somewhere else they will not be rtorn open and gooda runs down Youre safe from that here SAM BACH Ion SALE Twostory house and lot on Clay street Hartford Lot 105 feet front depth 570 feet Good improvements For further infor mation see Miss Nettie Rogers Terms easy 17tf Editor and Mrs C E Smith are visiting relatives at Matanzas this week Mr Smith will take advantage of the open season to extermi nate the quail for several miles square in that vicinity Mr S B VanMeter who has for the past several years been the agent of the I CR R Coat Beaver Dam has resigned his position and has i been superseded by M C Call who has been agent for the same company at Leitchf ld for some time Rev C F Williams assisted by conIductlngqulte chlrchjnearbeing preachedand the church and neighborhood are experiencing quite a religious awakening I The postoffice at Cromwell was burglarized last Sunday night and books used in transacting the i NOjlstamps by Mr Wade Stratton the postmaster There is no clue to the rob ber At a church meeting held by the i saturjdaywas 1 for another year We understand the vote was large and almost unanimous Rev Gardner is a lithful1 earnest pastor and weare is to remain He and his family are quite an ad1itiontotftc social life in Hartford I t Carson Co will pay 25 cents per aliiyouBowlingGcenrThursday jJohn Allen little son of Judge Wilson is quite side at the home of his parents on Union St 1 Mr J H Thomas haa begun the erection of a nice two story resi dunce on his lot near R D Walkers on Clay street This is the time to buy Overcoats and cloathing Why not como where they have u big lot to select from CARSON Co The Tailored Clothes you order at Pearls Partiorium are cutto insure comfort without asking your vanity topay for it The little oneyearold daughter of Clint Carpenter died yesterday of scarlet fever Its remains will beI interred at Oak Wood today Telephone your orders All work called for and delivered Located in rooms formerly occupied by Y M C A PEARLSPANTIORIUM WantedAt Miller Bros Co Owensboro Ky 10 000 turkeys Both phones 247 I A short stay Come look at my samples then look at the price A Suit tailored strictly to your measure PEARLS PANTIORUM Y M C A Rooms IThe marriage of Miss Mona May Leitchfield Ky dnd Dr W is Sanbach Friedalaud will take place Sunday November 18 1215 p m at Cane Run church ESTRAYED From Williams Mines one roan cow dehorped flee or six years old will weigh 700 or 800 lbs Report all information to J C Her j rel Hartford Ky 154t City Restaurant will open up Sun day afternoon at 4 oclock and serve supper Steak Meals Fish Meals i Oyster Stew Fried Oysters Ice Cream c Telephone your orders Schroeters Floating Studio is still at Hartfords landing They are better prepared than ever to turn OUt uptodate potographs Get your work done before winter sets irtt h- Ittf About twentyfive Austrians ar rived in Hartford Monday to work on the railroad They will be used at the Bens Lick cut Only one or two of them could speak English They were all strong able bodied looking fellows m suspendedthe snow storm Mr G A Shelton x has his work through town about- completed The grade has been thrown ullto a point about 100 feet south of the Clay street crossing WANTED Gentlemen or lady byIrail or with a rigfora firm of 250 00000 capital Saary 107200 per year and expenses salary paidweek ly and expenses advanced Address withstamp Jos A Alexander Hartford Ky lOmG The county has received several car loads of stone with which to repair the Beaver Dam pike It can not be done any top soon Inthis connection wo would like to ask what has become of the committee which was appointed by the city council more than a month ago toI rtfordslstreetI HERBERT Nov 12WlIlis Corley is moving to R M Millers farm today Mr George Burdette has bought part of the Steve Lanham place and is opening another coal bank on sameMr and Mrs Leonard Taylor Haynesville visited F V Miller and family Sunday MrlLizzie Williams Owensboro Mrs Day Whitesville were the guests of relatives in this neighborhood last week The remains of Mrs Frank May Whitesville were buried at Panther Creek Wednesday She leaves a husband and three children Mr D Cicero Whittinghill Prow idence Ky who has been visiting hisuncle C W Phillips and family has returned home Mrs Sallie Ellis and son Joe Bob of Whitesville visited at R M Millers Sunday Mr Jim Chambers instill deliver ing apples in Owensboro He had about 1200 bushels Mrs Margaret Phillips was the guest of her daughter Mrs Emma lli i Will start men talking Cass vnlues and fine failU w f oring are drawing cards in tin mens Clothing sec t J tion of ours ThuyMI help u f plat this game of jj C Clothing sis it was never pliy sit before in town Our i Clothing sjicaks oMiiphelsiM tulmiir smart mId 6irirj ship is better and the style bas more tnste to it We lJo tJof2 l Ci Ladies Cloakss10 4 We have a full lino if Ladies Cloaks Good t J t4 Jo 15lug41 41 ba 1Skirts Mt- i i Jj We have a full line of Ladies Skirts t1tto 6i 11 All sins colors and material Price f i t3 Io SAM BACH bit Io isCtfYt rrvas snr Mr r sr i rr HCTORE SHOES 1 QuaUtyq1rsQuernQmStf Shoo fccvc long enjoyed worldwide renown for tfcefceztftj aad originality of their shoe styles Bet tWs winos jnodels with their new toe new Jiezkaalnnrpattam set a still higher mark Yeeoly ask the opportunity of new atytrr and doaoMtratiag their superiortstyIand fitting mmr MaK ale tOO 350 and 300 E P BARNES BROS 0 Miller two days last week MissZelmaBanoettvisitedherh- ter Miss Mattie Brnetr this wee Mrs Elizabeth Hawkins Whits Nile Mrs Nettie Millignn anti daughter Miss Mattie spent Sund j with Mr and Mrs Rogue Floyd Mr Tug Huff hat struck anoe i T 0 c vein of coal on his farm Mr Walter Mid kid nas returned from Missoari Mrs Edna Duncan has moved in to a part of Mr Wm Fords resi Sence rhMrs Ja TIC Ford spent last week is Owcnboro t t Jty 7 0 t fce i n LUDICROUS LEGAL LORE JursprudencIjII The early history of the prudence of Michigan if faithful 1 chronicled would furnish forth n entertainment abounding with th soul and point of humor Many o these little legends yet float aroun the scenes which have given birth- to them and serve sometimes t give zest to a bar dinner or to en liven a bar meeting Among them is the following Judge n a plain and worthy man but no lawyer was once coun ty judge of Oakland under the old system A case came on for trial before him on one occasion which the action was founded it tort and the plea of the defendant which was special was such as to give him the affirmative of the is sue upon the strength of which he claimed tho right to open and close the case This point was denied by the counsel for the plaintiffwho never in the whole course of his practice had heard of such an enor ratty as the defendants presuming to open the case Authorities were broughtand cited however and the judge after mature consideration determined that such was the de pronouncedhis during which the plaintiff was grumbling his dissatisfaction the court told the defendants lawyer I to go on- Tour honor said he rising II am not quite ready to open the case When I get ready I will let the oth er side know This opened if not the case at least the eyes and mouth of the other side who sprang to his feet and bellowed forth de nunciation upon the stupidity of the judge whose absurd decision a had placed him in such a dilemma youhaveplaced the case in the hands of the defendant He took possession of our oxen and when we brought an I posyitsir said the learned judge with great sternness The decision is made and it is too lute to alter it The law must take its course You must withdraw your action and sue againIf he does your honor said the t pleadtheand beat him Then Mr said the judge I see no other way 1 for you but to sit down quietlyand wait till the defendant gets ready I to try this case The plaintiff took timeIPluladelphiaII North American I A Surprised Preacher P When a clergyman in the course of his sermon asks a question doesnt expect anyone to answer heI At a watch night service at St Pauls church Brixton England the vicar was preaching a sermon on the prodigal son in the course of which he said Last year some people conic to watch night service from a neighboring public house and some of them were drunk IsI there anyone here like that to night 1 Yes said a respectable looking man seated in the aisle Im here und Im drunk congregationistartled for u moment but after saying Poor fellow poor fellow 1 proceeded with his discourse I tell you Im drunk said the intruderHold your tongue said the vicar I am speaking now and must not be interrupted Many Languages of Buenos Ayres There arc few cities in the world having more newspapers of varied tongues than Buenos Ayres Alto ether the number of dailies weekt l publishedabout 180 Besides of course the national language with its wider divergencies from Spanish there ure papers published in Castilian in Catalan in Italian French Ger i man and English in Basque in Norwegian and in Danish in Arabic Syrian Hebraic Servian and in several dialects while in tho Chu but territory the Welsh organ has a considerable sale and influence Buenos Ayres Herald Long Eds Outfit When it was noised about Sey mbuth that Long Ed Ames was going to marry Corn Black one of the summer residents thought to have some fun with him Are vou going to get married Ed 1 saysWpb made all I the preparationsgot your trous fwiii rpii ly- LoufKP did not balk at the expectedYep Lize she boundiv Sunday coat und put Tjr I n new collar ont and Ive hind 111- shoes tapped Youths Compau IOn IQuito a Difference srrvnISS ue 111 our rcss herefvestero new IIcxcuso me mien it isnt The feather in my at is real hostrich but Miss Lucys is only limitation London Telegraph A Fine Piece of Work- I tell you exclaimed the young isfan surgeon Hows that asked his chum WeUa fellow was brought in with a crushed leg The professor said it must come off but by some means or other he cut off the wrong leg ofjWait a bit The professor said it would be terrible for the poor fel low to go about with no legs at oil legEnow it is as good as ever An ordinary surgeon would have left the fellow legless Wonderful skill the professor lStrand IagazineINot His Fault James asked sternly how did you come to lose tha saleWe didnt have what time lady wanted sir Why you know we carry the perfumeryknickknacks cessories and fancy articles in the city Yep sir but it was medicine she nntedGreat Falls Tribune INVALID HEROES Great Men Who Old Great Things In Spite of Infirmity- A record of the heIroes ofIfeeblyweakly mopily faintly dreamily dully J R Green Another was Hobert Louis Stevenson who wrote I am about knocked ottt of time now a miserable snuffling shivering fever stricken nightmare ridden knee tottering hoasthbasthoasting shadow and remains of a man But continues medicine bottles on my chlmnneyt and the blood on my handkerchief are accidents They do not color octoIreplied Acquire a chronic ailment yourselfIn though the great metaphysician was never entirely well he performed a prodigious amount of work and lived to he inte11etuIIII of age lIe obtained over his discomfiture writes Mrs Shaler that when suffering from a pain in his head he could concen trate his mind so perfectly on nIchosen subject that the pain treated as if it did not exist B sheer force of will he would also overcome sleeplessness caused by rheumatic attacks That these he says were not imaginary pains proved by the glowing wasI which was seen the next morning on the toes of my left foot That pitiful account which John son gives of Popes physical condi tion rests upon the authority of old servant of Lord Oxford nilI knew him after middle age was then so weak as to stand in perpetual need of attendance He was extremely sensitive to cold so that he wore a kind of fur doublet under u shirt of coarse warm linen with fine sleeves When he arose he was invested in bodices made of stiff canvas ucing scarcely able to hold himself erect till they were laced and then he put on a flannel waist coat One side of his body was con tracted His legs were to slender that he enlarged their bulk wit hj stockingsGreat borne afflictions they could neither overcome nor avoid Some of the worlds foremost commanders Julius Cae sar Napoleon the Duke of Welling ton and Archduke Charles of Aus epileptics archduke it is said had a seizure which lasted about an hour It tvas then that Napoleon gained the UK cendency At time critical moment time fate of two great armies was in the hands of two epileptics Cam hysevthe conqueror of Kynt Al fred the UnlIt ami two of time great test poets of Europe Tusso und Byron wore subject to this disease nb was oho the prophitt Moham rout THE EARTHS CRUST IIta Rigidity It About Equal to That of Granite Professor T J J See of tho United States navy has investigat ed the rigidity of the earth by mathematical processes depending on the theory of gravitation IIo found that even if fluid the globo would have a rigidity greater than that of wrought iron owing to the tremendous weight The earths matter under this great pressure acts as a solid and so vibrates in an earthquake and tho average rigid i ity of tho whole mass is nearly equal to that of nickel steel Nickel steel is one of the strongest and hardest metals known The globo is thus proved to be capable ofwithstand ing enormous strain Dr Sec proves that the rigidity of the earths crust is about equal to that of granite which is onesixth that of steel and that toward the center the rigidity rapidly increases At the earths center the imprisoned matter is atlID enormously high temperature yet under the great pressure there at work it is kept three times more rigid then the nickelsteel used in the armor of a battleshipThis has been applied also to the other planets It turns out that the rigidity of Venus is greater than that of platinum and probably about identical with that of wrought iron The rigidity of Mars is about equal to that of gold while the rigidityof Mercury the moon and other satellites is about equal to that of glass Tho average rigidity of the great planets Jupi Neptuneliestimes that of nickel steel The great rigidity of these bodies is due to the great pressure acting throughout such large masses In the case of the sun the result is still more extreme The average rigidity of all the suns layers is over 2000times that of nickel steel This result shows the effect of gravity in compressing and hardening a mass even when it is self luminous and at enormously hi temperatureChicago News hI First Balloon Ascent The first public ascent by the Montgolfier balloon was made June 5 1783 It was a spherical bat consisting of pieces of linen but toned together suspended from cross poles A fire was kindled un der it and the flames were fed with bundles of chopped straw Time lose bag filled out assumed a graceful form and in a short time was completely distended At a giv slippedIIts elocitv accelerated until it reachel1sorile height then became uniform and carried it to an eleva tion of more titan a mile For ten minutes itremained suspended then fell gently in a vineyard nearly two miles distant fromthe place of its ascension The first adventurers to make an ascent in a balloon were M Pilatre de Ifozicr and the Marquis LArlandcs In the basket of 1783Ionce lost an Irish servant re II a German lady who was re keephug coitrincc her that mick is It Gor man name for a fly One day my little baby daughter was seated in a chair near a window which open ed on the piazza where Bridget was at work The window was closed and a number of flies were busy bumping their heads against the plies in an endeavor to escape to the outside They attracted babys attention who called out to me to look at them at the same time say hag Iick mick mick Just then Bridget turned to speak to the baby and heard these words Anlluoa today Bridget is firmly conviiueJ that I instructed the h to make fun of linerNew York heraldC- annibalicm The word cannibalism is real ly the none of a people It is identical with Carib manyof the Ca ribs who formerly flourished in the West Indies having been consum ers of human flesh The letters I II and r are interchangeable in certain aboriginal American lan linage so that Columbus found one West Indian island saying Can Urn where another said Carib while Shakespeares Caliban is an other variety of the tunic The Word Impertinent Originally the word imperti nent signified merely not helong bs to When Wvclifc said that averSURE For All Diseases of STOMACHLIVER I mere Vcre many men m this worm who were impertinent to earthly Jords he did not mean that they theyhadShakespeare impertinent came 200jyears ago was aa lI1f absurd silly idle I Subscribe forIE REPUDLICAN I TheYouths i 1 ompani I f0 R T 71iIM 13 r I l1 E F A t1 L Y- I r 1115 volume for 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light and portable Absolutely safe and ilmplewlck cannot be turned hh or too Operated as easily parts sadly cleaned Two flnlsheulckel Japanlivery heater warranted If not at your dealers write nearest agency for detcrtptlre circular m n1 In anr room RjroLamp teaID best made allround Gin IstheDrus throughout and nickel with naDdlOmeIUlpleuUsCQctoryUnO get It from your dealef- STANDARD OIL COMPANY Incorporate I I a fpIuI TIKE THE REPUBLICAN a 1 l a Ktaf 1re ICat Lha Y fit s Y tv THE FARMER TOO Sells Abroad at a Lower Price NothingI iIsSaid jnullalton HnwkKjre i A vast amount of nonsense has manuIIprobably has not occurred to super j ficial thinkers that that is just what the American farmer is doing when I he exports his grain or other far products The same superficial way of thinking would impulsively poin to Liverpool quotations as evidenc- to the contrary because prices j higher on American cereals for in stance in Liverpool than in Chicago notrIit The Liverpool price is the pride j paid the farmer plus elevator charg railVaytransIelevator and switching charges and the cost ocean freihgtage and hand ling at Liverpool All this work is Inot being done for nothing and it money to land the grain 4000 to 6000miles distant from the Held where it was produced It is an accepted maxim that th home market id the best market I is the best market because it is the nearby market free from all the expenses of long distance transport tation The proof that it is the best an most pofitable market is found i the fact that over ninetenths o American cereals are sold In tha market and d still larger percent gage of other farm products Is the American farmer going to sell his crops in the poorest market at low er prices if he can find a bette- market at higher prices The qoes tion opswcrs itself But he does sell a small fraction of the product of his rural factory in the poorer market abroad at lower prices than he gets for the bulk of his products at home Why because it is the surplus beyond the require meats of the home market So the farmer naturally reasons that the more this home market can be en larged and have consumption increased by new manufactories and conimere Iother enterprises the better or him Meanwhile he sells his surplus abroad at a discount for he must get rid of all stock And the Dem cratic platform and orators and press have never a word of condemnation of the American farmer for doing Ii Which shows what mere partisan politics will do when reason and logic are on a vacation Suffers who say they have trie everything without benefit are thwpeople we are for We want them to know from glad experience that Elys Cream Balm will cure Cold in the Head Hay Fever and the most advanced and obstinate forms of Nasal Catarrh This remedy act directly on the inflamed sensitiv menbrances Cleaning soothin and healing One trial will convin you of its healing power Price50 All druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 66 Warren St New York Try This Once Get upon the right side of t ibedIon right mouthI and breathe deeply twenty times spongeIDrink some 1Vorra waterTEat your breakfast can until 10 youIAnd then do just the best you can he rest of the day jBe thankful for the good you As for tho rest forget it anIdoesnt help you and greatly pleaseE the rest of the familfIIIf it does you any harm I will pay the damages My address ifU44 ItistoLaugh avenue care of O B Joylul in Everyday Life Spider Chased a Man a A story is told by an explorer of large and fierce South American spider which chases men if they come too near its lurking place On one ocasion he was pursued by one jRiding at an easy trot over the drYRrasshe writes 1 observed spider pursuing me leaping swiftly along and keeping up with my l 1 ty4 beast I aimed a blow with my whip and the point of the lashstruck the ground close to it when it in stantly leaped upon and ran up the lash and was actually within three or four inches of my hand when I lung the whip from me Studying Flowers With XRay The application of the Xrays to the study of phenomena invisble with out their aid continually increase i nqmber Some of the results are curious rather than useful but sub stantial additions to knowledge are thme uses for the rays is in revealing the inner struct beltseIieI r for the study of certain partsof plant tDelVitta Kidney and Bladder Pills act on both kidneys and and as a result afford the liverI relief from those troubles from an excess of uric acid Suchj troubles as rheumatism backache sciatica etc are quickly relieved by a few doses of this modern remedy for the kidneys Sold by all druggist Artless People- The lljrrtunitvr A story is going the rounds of the ahtf Milo to be delivered at his home When the case arrived and was opened the millionaire discovered there were no arms and threatened railwayn intt9 were missing and paid Insurance Department of Kentucky rFrankfort Aug 13th 1906 Whereas The National Life Insurance Company located at Mont pelier Vt ispossessed of the actual capital required under the laws of this Commonwealth and has complied with all the requirements of said laws which are applicable to Life Insurance Companies incorporated by or doing business in other States of the United States Now therefore I Henry R Prewitt Insurance Commissoner fo the State of K ntujkyr in puwuanc of the authority vested in me by the laws ofthisCommonwealth do here by certify that C M Barnett and C E Smith of Hartford in the County of Ohio are authorized as Agents of the aforesaid Company to transact the business of Insuranc for one year from Aug 1 1906 in this State as provided by the laws thereof In Testimony Whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixedd e ritten HENKY R PREWITT Insurance Commissioner FoughtI GensS mannaoo r illiterceta edwith the following letter Dear SirYou have called me out witoijt any good reason I have letherefore the choice of weapons Ii choose the spelling book and you are a dead man The duel was never fought CASTOR I AFor Infants and Children he Kind You Hays Always Bought 1 Bears the- f3lglrsttua of Deterioration of Cement I The detioratlon of neat cement when sxbject to oil is not of serious important commercially since the material js never used by itself in practice In the case of the three to one mixture on the other hand experiments show that if concrete is to set in water for some j before the application of oil noI ill results need be feared Pearls Produced to Order The Chineese are said to have found I way to make themussel produce pearls to order FiVe or six small beads of motherofpearl strung on setting are dropped at a proner season in the mouth of the masse Two years later the mussel sobs n recovered is made to disgorge the beads now covered witha pearly crust indistinguishable from then turnally made pearl f Rt rk rU t j eatna to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt beatsheartburnIndigestion causes the stomach to theIKodolPar Dyspepsia digests what you cat takes the strain off of tho heart and contributes nourishment strength and health to every organ of the For Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Inflammation 0f the mucous I membranes lining the Stomach and Dieslive Tract Nervous andCatarrh I iof the mthun After Stom3chIFinally I fllito uslnj a few bottles lam cured MRS LORINO NICHOLS Penn Yea N Y I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I DyspepsiaCureD KAUBLB Nerada a Digests What You Eat Iu tomach nelgsua b lek of i I ae tnpna a U ro LoIa o htco Holel b Z WAYNE UKIPrINI REAL ESTATE If you have a farm town lot dwelling or any other Real Estate for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All yo have to do is to list with us Note These Bargains A 90 acre farm half river bottom 30 acres timber J miles from Green river 1J miles from Paradise 4 miles from Echols 5 miles fro Rockport 8 miles from McHenry Has good five room dwelling bar 50x50 plenty of water small orchard 900rSplendid two story dwelling with seven rooms new two wide halls on Union Street Hartford situat 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 sisttng of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a1 at a bargain 40J acres near White Run adjacent to the L C R R half Caney Creek bottoms all cleared good orchard two good wells price reasonable a bargain for some one further infor mation furnished on application 100 acres 1 mile from the Dour House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultivation 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn andoutbuildings four wells price reasonable1 terms easy any further infurm2tlon fur nished on appli ationIA twenty acre tract two miles North from Hartford on the Owens boro and Hartford road within i mile of School house excellent neighborhood good barn and outbuildings moderate dwelling and a fine well of water A bargain at 500 200 acres of fine farming land at Dan Station on Owensboro brandLC R R 70 acres up bottom will make 70 to 80 bushels inIwater orchard one lalf cash balance on ITerml f mideepfand flnstreets Two thirds cash balance in 12 months A bargain Illst your property with us We abuyer i BBRPYY J 8NITH i Republican Office Hartford Ky THE liEiuuLiCAN iS prepared to do YonrJob Printing in ir firstclass m n n n or 1 7 I Cumbeland I I TELEPHONEI lucres nothing the matter with Cuwberlanrlplace ol business My business bas Increased and my wifes voice Is never heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition I I T J JYIORGBN Mr oho County DmDfoAttoraeyllarraee Clerk Frank L Felix Mater Com nHGreatIMnyaadNaremMrtwo HTlnfyCterkE11Woodrd ford JTConrt convenes Drat Monday In each month MondayInCourt ol Claims Convenes Drat Monday tn lannary Tneeday alter second Mouday In October ShroveBAllenCorooerJinto 7uetiose Court 28HfltemberWllIl11er HOMO Ilranch March 2e June X September 23 December 20 September r 2SepU H chamberlain tteda March 2J tune September 18 December 20 Herbert Ilendi r CentartownUarch Jna 19 fpmhtro December 80 10Beptembertorllcrd lade court AttornfTvenes second In eachniontb lILlgioue CrvlCM SundayeachSunday nt7pm Prayer meetlngeveryWednei scab IastorHnptlstChurchServlcesheld sigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night lra1erDleellug0rdaer pastor eachnDel pastor School TrulttCttn4rtlordC M Crowe J B DPendletonCkyLounrll111 Wllllnms Mayor CM BedItrJSITeylor Secret Ooclotio FrldaJnlfhtln IIrMoadalHartford Tent No 19 Knights ol the Maces p bws every Tlnirndny night Not10NolghtsoPythtsmeet reBulnrmsetlogsSntmdaybelore6ntanodayla Southern Railway Shortest afti Fastest Lines 1+ IZOM LoiiisvilleDanvjIle ani Lexington TO 8I WW M me WeSI 1Two Fast Trains Daily running through solid from Danville to St Louis without change with connecting cars from Lexington as follows miLve Louisville 900 am pmI Cafe Car ye Lexington 500 p m Lve Danville 446 p m Lve Louisville 1015 p m Arr St Louis 732 a mi Pullman Sleeper mid Free Reclin ins Chair Car Chattanoogareastern points including Asheville N C and the beautiful Landof the Sky and Toxaway country Send 2 cent stamp for Land of the Sky Booklet and other illustratedtliterature I W G MORGAN D T Lexington Ky HC KING GP TA 111 East MainLexingtonKy J F LOGAN T PA 111 East Main St Lexington Ky A R COOK C P T A KyC234 yJCSt LouiatMn t Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN J f ikN I IKNowALUH Some MothersrunconscToos tofthe injurious effects of Alum arc daily giving it to their Children by thq use of sailed Cheap Bakingowde What Mother would thso if she oaly knew Alums Worst Work sits early harmful I influence on the childs digestive organs Positively Never should Children of tender years be required to eat it in their food Secure your Children Against Aim in I foodAVOID ALVM Say pfaiafy ROYALPOWDER ROYAL is mate from Pure Refine Grape Cream of TartarAids Digestion 3yt u Hertford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER 16 ur T ItREPUBLICANS CAN WIN Newly Elected Congressman Pre dicts Defeat of Demo crats in State 1TiteLouisville Herald Wednesday Las the following on Republican chances in Kentucky which should encourage the party Addison D James Congressman elect from the Third district was in Louisville yesterday and was warm ly congratulate lby his friends tn his splendid victory over Congnse nan lames M Richardson in a dir trict nominally Democratic In the face of what seemed to be over whelming odds Dr James aroused such hope and enthusiasm among the Republican voters that they went to the polls on election day grid ga a rim a sufe majority oser his lJemJCl tic opponent Whin fit was nominated in ewn vention ut Bowling Green Dr James sail that ho would ask the people tt dttrici to vote for him so that lit could go to Congress and support tIll principles of President Roosevelt and the Republican party Roose velt wild prosperity were the ISMICS mode by Dr James In addition Dr Tames had a large following among the laboring element his work in the Kentucky Legislature having shown him to be a friend of the toiler Speaking of the political situation in Kentucky Dr James said that lie is confident that if the Republicans get together they will be able to elect a Governor and other State ol licials next year We have four Republican Rep resentatives in Congress already said Dr James Olund if we unite m a good clean candidate for Govern or we will sweep the Stale nex November The people are tiredof machine rule which is now the Dem ocratic party and if the Republican will nominate a strong thkel wr vilviii hands down vJlic Democratic machine at I Ptanffforl hUH gouged the luxa r fi bevond endurance Nov ricv I ivf been created for the lxjk fii the hLnhmen oi the inRchz t jy the uxpuyers must loot Us lil tire in plu ire ready yat ii r ions r a change They j att lli f ilrn high taxation wed 11 a III D im Republican party i Iwpulilican party LinotsJiOYt IfIr We have a dozen or Inr tt men any one of whim can ia l lilt party to victory What we 1111 in + to get together awl zanyI part uthj scilid South will Lr found in the Republican column SftULLHOUS Nov 14 Miss Cora Kinibl y tswd 1 C r- vd at her home near here November 7 after a protracted illness of consumption aged 20 years She leaves a broken hearted roothertwo broth era three sisters anda host of stands and relatives to mourn her lugs but we feel that their loss is Coras gain as she bad chosen the tetter part and died quite happy Sbe requested her loved ones to meet her in heaven and not grieve after her Rev G H Lawrence preached the funeral sermon after which her bony was laid to rest in the Equality cemetery the day after she died The pall bearers were Messrs Worth and Lswis Fulker onC0andE Hunter L B Cverhuls and Jesse Smith The large crowd of weeping friends and beautiful flower placed on her grave were evidence of the love they had for her She will be great ly missed The little three jearord son of Ms Wood Harp was buriedat Equality Saturday November 10 Luther Aldington who has a po sition as railroad carpenter on the L C road spent Saturday night and Sunday at his hmae near here MrsST Hunt r and son Mr Owen Hunter went to ventral City Saturday Mrs Mary Ann Tichenor and daughterML AnTUwent to Central City last Tuesday cnorring end Rockport Tuesday evening They were the guests of her brother Mr Sutton Reid TuewJay night John P Rowe Cent town was Bt SmallhousSatuwJay Messrs Will IJcnnett and Kittinger Godnaaa Ky were at Smalllious Saturday Dan Barnes wh has been con lured at his home with erysipelas forabout four web 9 is able to be out OD crutches Prof W C Ovswhults went to M atanzas lust Sumhy Prof At MaikloxBeaver Darn and Berry Taylor Hastford spent Tuesday atSmalliiu Miss Nora limneU Matansaii is tits guest of Mil Debbie Taylor this weekPB Taylor arvj hjrny will leave sbvite part of tbs week for their IMW home in Btirtfonl We regret wry much to JdC them up rev G H Lawrence has rented z house and tot at Ustwcr Dam and will soon move to nsse They will fesmissed by this sosimanity and ue r gret very nrnd to jive titan rtp Misses Paulina iiaiflb und Ethel hunter and i1tr 1 s Sd Hunter and Jesse Smith attended church at Kockport Sunday tot=ht Mail Nora OvbYbub and Mr Tease Smith went to Ilajtiord Saturday and itturaed Sociday evening Mrs Lula Asliby husbantl and children are the guests of lur par tnts Mrwc1ro Smith fora few days WantalAt Millet Bros Cots fcwensbi Ky J0000 ujctags Oath ghnoes 2471 1 I I COAWONWEALTH DOCKET November Term Ohio Circui- Court 1906 FIUSfDAY- Qpmth vs W E Russell Comth vs Alex Nicholson Comth vs Virgil Mills Comth vs lirgil Mills Comth vs Annie May Allen Lane Comth vs James Espy Comth vs James Espy Comth vs James Espy Comth vs James Espy Comth vs James Espy Comth vs James Espy j Comth vs James Espy jComthvs Comth vs Henry OsborneIComlh vs Hardin Renfrew IComthDouglas j Comth vs Rosco Williams Cotnthvs Vm Hatlcr j Comth VB F Flenor j Comth vs Lou Wilkins Jomth vs Fred Vick Comth vs Forest Cemth vs F WuathllsI Comth vs A V Leech Comth vs Guy Faugh j Comth vs A V Leach Comth VH A V Leach Comth vs Ernest Wilson c i Comth vs R W SECOND DAYa j Comth vs Ab Morrison Comth vs Ebb Allen 0 Comth vs Lee Dukefw qComthComth vs Wm English X Comth vs Roy Crowe c Comth vs WP Hatler n 1 Comth vs Wm HatleldComth vs Wm Hatleryl ttComth JIComthComth vs Leslie HinesJComth vs Will fj tComth j Comth vs Will Duke t Recruiting Office Opened t A recruiting o lice has been Js i tablished bteUrited States Arnjy at Beaver Drd y and i desire to inrt iil be examined there Th L s iont will be stir j three year 11 l Branches of Ke service 1 J vahy Cot mid Field 1Ii Hospital atill Signal Corp vi p ijunts must lie of good char clf und be ablioread cord sate Colored men are also wanted ahd I will be examined at the above mentioned place The oifice will remAin open to tJOliNG U S U S Army Weaver Dam t a it i j j j i HORSE RUNNING A Few Kindly Suggestions Con cerning the Merits of the Law- Problbitingtbe Practice LIt might be of interest to some people to know that there is an or dinance in force in Hartford prohib iting riding or driving therein faster than an ordinary slow trot The ordinance was passed by the city council about three years agog which has probably been longenough- for most people to forget that such law exists The council certainly had some idea in view when iten acted the ordinance otherwise would not have been enacted It was no doubt the belief of the memo- bels of the towns lawmaking body that such a law would lessen the I I childreR1pedestrians generally and that Itwouldinsurcl citizen or a visitor against possible harm while passing or repassing the streets They have no doubt given govermental affairs stfllcient study to entitle their deductions to the consideration which has in most instances been accorded But there are a few exceptions and a citizen or visitor has to loiter on the square only a few minutes to seean upstart of a boy from 12 to 1G years old galloping or running a horse through our main thoroughfare with an air selfimportance that would almost paralyze a pedes trian in his tracks A few apprehensions of those thoughtless boys would suffice Their thinking appa ratuses would be restored to their normal conditions and our citizens and little children would cease to he thesetOhio County Farmers institute 1The following is the program of the Farmers Institute to be held at Hartford Thursday and Friday November 29 and ao 1906 by the uhio County Farmers Club under the auspices of the State Depart ment of Agriculture Invocation Rev A B Gardner Address of Welcome Col C 111 UarnetttResponse Mf d jrn Methods of Cprj4uJturcf and Seed Corn SelectionProLWm- 1i Cookof Ohio Does a Big Farm Pay in this Lo cality David Morelaud Intensive FarmingProf J A Dobie of Ohi- oPurtbred Stock vs Scrubs John P Foster Prof E S Goollof the Kentucky Experiment Station Crop Rtation with the view of Maintaining the SoilA B Tichenor t and Hon R C Crenshaw Assistant Commissioner of Agriculture CattleIm lOW tationsProf E S Good Kentucky Experiment Station Tnbacco Its Culture and Hand ling from Seedbed to Market Si StevensPractical nndl Economical use of Commercial FertilizersProf Wm M Cook of Ohio How to Care for allillside Farm IJus P Miller to Restore Wornout Land to j IHow Fertility Rowan Holbrook It C Crenshaw Poultry for Pleasure and ProfitI Mrs L P Foreman Sorghum its Culture and Value as a Winter FeedProf Wm M Cook t Beautifying the FarmHome and t Making it attractiveRev 0 M j Shultz SIIAS L STEVENS PresI1A B TICHENOR Secretary Ohio County Farmers Club TAYLOR MINES Nov 1ADr J 0 McKenney- was in Louisville last week j homeI visIjtcdMr Arthur Baker and mother of Graham Mine are the gueSts of friends and relatives here MrWorth Wade and family moved to Broadway rest week Mr John Lllingor Beaver Dam i was here Monday Mrn Dorothy Barrass is at tho bedside of hrr niece Miss Maggie Barrasc who is very ill at her home in Bevier Dr E W Ford of Hartford was here yesterdcyISeveral from here attended the protracted meeting at Prentis Saturday night I WE ARE NOT ItIx I MISSOURIBUT The best stock of Mcrchundiso in the city of Hartford The largest and best stock of Cloth ing and Overcoats The largest and best stock ol Dress I GoodsThe largest and best stock of Shoes The largest and best stock of Gro 5 ceries The largest and best stock of Fur niture i A complete line of Tints and Cups Shirts UndervearNotions and Milli 1 nery Goods i A Fair Proposition t Wo iXrhuijro Moivlwnilisu for liny Corn t Ittrk I ens Kig Feathers IIiICOIiIltrditlul hits uf oilnr lXIo these ailva n ties dont you think ybu could lord to undo wit hliS when sop Iwvuetish also Come Trade With Usa 11o always keep a complete stuck of general met1 chlindise at the correct price uiwl always pay the highest market price for your product A Tier con sidering this ask yourself this question Do you give us the business that is due JIH Make us a visit and wo will vivo you a good dol lars worth of merchandise fur every dollar pnnl with us Mclicvi us to hn your friends Carson CoPINCOIUORATED t Hartford Kentucky BUNHIE TURNS TABLE BrrckenrfdRC County has Rabbit That Makes All Dots In Its Neighborhood Hide Out Itnr krutldltn Ye J A rabbit belonging to Mr Ed- Gregory has started a new order of things in its neighborhood and as u result the canine family thereabouts has been doing some tall running with bunny at their heels The rabbit which was sent hereby some friends in the Appalachian mountains has an aversion to dogs ina manner most unusual It is larger than the ordinary rabbit and whenever a dog comes near it bun= ny hops upon him and begins to give him a severe licking inflicting painful bites on the subject of its dislike Usually the dog Is so taken back at the turn of affairs that it beats a hasty treatmentand the small curs in the neighborhood have learned to take a sneak home through the backalley rather than risk a meeting with bunny In Memoriam There are few deaths which bring more sadness than that of Miss Lelia Danielwho died November at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Gum Daniel aged 19 years 6 months and 22 days When the deathangel came into that home and summoned the bright young spirit of dear Le jhn to the beautiful beyond the home Jewell was taken All that human lands could do was done to save the life of sweet Lelia but the Lord knew best Dear Lelia was loved by all and her sad taking away is deeply mourned not alone bYher parents brothers andsisters and relatives but by those girls who were her friends It was hard so hard to I Louisville Live Stock Market tdTtIn1- holtrhittehrtwnrr J lit UH Inlr lo KOIM iKiirliir mm i Sfl fc I 2S linlftt lmtelitr IIIM t ytiM i no 1Inlr tii Kuiul Itnteliprlioltrni 3U0t9 t ss I utehereKtt s f04 s 13 FalrtOKOuil linlrhrr rimK L9eSas Choice inllrli fiiwn xi IoAi6 to Mnllnm to toad mild t new 9t twlia3e OU IIOIIS Choir iricklMK t l to tuo 1IIIfoil Mwllnm nekelK160 toimi Hw rc W lldlif tihlpiwrwltt tn inu ItM 6 K3 ChnKvpl rot o 1tM a a1 SIIKiiAXIiiAMIIM Iron lo goct Hliwp 9 w Q 1 60 soirncond I THE SINGEROR Wheeler Wilson- If in of a Singer or Wheeler and Wilson Sewing Machine I will tying one to your house and show you the work and make prices to paymentsAlsomachines Office at my residence on Center street Your patronage solicited J c BENNETT Hartford Ky o i give her up May we all strive to meet dear Lelia where there are no morefarewell tears A friend that loved her PANSY TompsonPlasterters satis orBeaver t SPECIAL PRICE ON THE REPUBLICAN And Owensboro Daily in quirer if paid at this officel 4 before Christmas Both pa pers one year for only 310 i t 4Y af 4