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W tsrt r- r I m t JattCorb Uqublican Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT ISNEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TIlE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23 1906 No 19 THE GERMAN PEOPLE Interesting Letter Telling of Their Customs Clean Wide Streets in Cities ro Smoking No Barsand Uni versal Politeness A citizen of Hurtford has received an interesting letter from Germany parts of which we have asked per mission to copy The writer is a- very intelligent American who has seen much of the worH lie has been in Germany about half a year und has made careful observation of their manners and customs as they appear in social and business life lie was surprised that these differ widely from what we Americans hat supposed He says I once traveled with a Scotch Doctor of Divinity who stopped one week in one of the cities of a foreign Aountry and felt prepared to write a book about that country llis wife cooly informed me that ho ncr er spent a longer time than that in any one country and wrote a book f travel every year I have been here for about six months and will try and give you my first impres lions which of course may be modi lied on further acquaintance I hud a general idea before com ing here that the Germans as a peo ple were rather inclined to be aloud talking pipe smoking beer drinking set On the contrary you never sec one smoking a pipe on the streets or in his ollice at least I have not seen it In their cafes they are as a rule even more quiet circumIstnnces ous and they are patronized 11I both sexes gentlemen and ladies Coffee citronem lemonade wine nnd beer arc their chief beverages tl Americans and English drink water but a German never I have yet to see any one under the influence of liquor The gentlemen all remove their top coats and hats and sit at table if they only wish to stop long enough to take a glass of beer There arc no bars here such as we have where a person goes inl stands up and treats his friends If so I have not seen them And this leads me to speak of another char ncteristic which was a surprise to me their excessive politeness The men greet each other as well as the ladies by not simply touching their hats but by taking them oil with quit a flourish and when they separate they observe the same order which is often supplemented by shaking hands School boys of eight or tel years do the same thing with each other as well as to their ciders It is a common sight to see one little chap saluting another whom he happens to know even on the other side of the street Hallie and Dick his little boys are catching on I am happy to say the other day I sawthem run across the street to shake hands with a school fellow Every man when he enters the din ing room bows to everybody before taking his seat and I am told it is the custom if he be a stranger to announce his name as he takes his seatin other words he introduces himself When you retire from the table the same order is observed I have had perfect strangers to bow to me in this way when they took their hats to leave All this is pleas ant even if you know that it does not mean anything y This much for the form for the substance I think the Americans are niuch ahead of them and of the English too For all their demon strations of politeness I do not think t that the men respect the women as j much as we do They would not hesitate to elbow a lady out of the way if she obstructed their entrance to a car on a rainy day The women have to do all the heavy work on the farm such as hoeing and getting in the hay They also black your boots v I have seen old women who looked r to be over four score wheeling F heavy loads through the streets In a business way they do not I SfuidCv atluWr have the reputation of being more honest but perhaps they are as generally honest as we are Perhaps of all nations the Chinese come nearest to perfection in this respect if they are heathen Hanover is n fine city The streets nnd sidewalls are wide andare paved mostly with asphalt They are kept scrupulous ly clean The architecture especialy of the residences is superbevery house different from its neighbor All have little flower courts in front and al most every house has more or less of roses grown on a nigh stalkabout four feet high The bloom is very large and the surprising tiring in that they ccmmcnce to flower in June and now at the first of November there are numbers of beau tiful flowers which look as large and fresh as at the first of the season I dont understand it unless they dont get the excessive heat we have at home The German is an awfully hard language to learn Think of declin ing the article preposition and the noun and then being obliged to re member the gender of the noun without any rule A knife fork and spoon for instance are mascu line feminine mill neuter If I learn enough to got out of the country comfortably I shall bi satisfied Your sincerely H S W BECKHAAl HESITATES To Make Good Campaign Promise to Pass Lid Law Because Politicians Oppose it It is known that Gov Beckham is fearful that the people will believe him in sincere if he docs not call an extra session yet he hesitates to du something in oppo3ilion to the wish of his colleagues on the Democratic ticketIf extra session is called Gov Heckham will override his political friends They believe that if he be gins tinkering with the lid and tin temperance question he will find himself in n muddle from which it will not be easy to extricate himself They also believe that an extra session will be the means of defeating the Democratic ticket in the election next November Thus Caw Beekhan finds himself between the proverbial devil and deep sea He believes that the peo Pie who gave him the Democratic nomination for United States Sena tor want an extra session He is convinced that he owes his election to the temperance element and is anxious to do something to show I that lie was sincere when he made tempeaance the issue A great many believe that the Governor would convene the General Assembly in extraordinary session immediately but he fears that he will be making a bad party move deCeatedIare that the Republicans will elect a majority of the members of the House of Representatives Then with a small gain in the Senate the Republicans wonld be in the major ity in joint assembly The Governor is firightened and knows not which way to turn With the party leaders opposing the calling of an extra session insisting that the interests of the party are at stake the governor is up in the air If the pressure is not too strong the Governor will say to the people that nn extra session is too expensive and the matters will be passed up that way New Mercantile House The twostory brick building known as Taylors Opera House is to be occuped about the first of the- year by a new firm handling hard ware wagons buggies and all kinds of farm implements We under stand the new firm or company will be composed of Messrs David More land Henry Carson and Sheriff R B Martin This will be one of the largest implement houses in the Green river country and quite an addition to the business of Hartford CURRENCY COMMISSION Will Present Series of Reso lutions to Congress Prosecution of Standard Oil Com patsy to be Pushed to a Suet I cesstul Conclusion SENATOR PLATT TO RESIGN 1 S 1IIn Tlllt IIMM MlltAS 1 Washington DC Nov 20 1000 After almost a week of delibera tion the Currency Commission in ses sion here representing the principal banking interests of the United States has drawn up a series of recommendations which it will present to Congress as soon as that body meets and which will have a considerable show of passing as they seem to embody the united opinion of the banking interests not exclusively those of New York The reform currency scheme pro- videsj for an issue of emergency circulation by the National Banks on a i basis which it is believed will gums i antee entire stability Briefly the scheme is to allow banks of issue to put out extra note circulation to the amount of 10 per cent of their normal I bond secured circulation This issue will be subject to a tax of 21 2 per cent An additional amount up to 12 per cent of the hanks capital stock may be issued in note circulation at a tax of 5 per cent Thi I tax will beset aside as special fund out of which to redeem the notes of banks that fail In order that the guarantee for the note circulation may be ample from the time the bank first takes out this circulation it may guarantee its note issue by a deposit of 5 per cent of the total note valuation in thcTreosury of the United States As its taxes accumulate it may call for n refund of this deposit providing always that there is an amount to its credit in the reserve fund not falling below the 5 per cent of its note issue The prosecution of the Standard Oil Company under the Sherman antitrust act has awakened a great dealof interest in Washington especially in view of Attorney General Moodys statement that he believes he can push the prosecution to a suc cessful conclusion The investigations of the Bureau of Corporations during the past two years have made it seem plain enough to the average citizen that the Standard Oil Com pany has been caught with the goods and the only wonder is that the Attorney General has not in cluded criminal prosecution as well as civil in the indictment There is little question that criminal prosecu tiwn would be justified and it is be lieved that it could be made to stick But it is thought that the moral ef feet of winning the civil suit will be enough to force the Standard Oil Company out of its monopolistic existence and frighten its moving spir its into playing fair with the publican the independent dealers lest a worse thing befall them There is every indication that Sen ator T C Platt of New York is go ing to resign The old gentleman has been in very ill health for a long time past His political frends to a very large extent have fallen away from him since he lost control of the New York machine and the unpleasant family troubles through which he has passed make it almost impossible for him to remain in public life The reason for thinking that his resignation is impending I lies in the fact that if he resigns now his successor will be appointed Legi I I vice he can render his party and it I is thought he will take the opportu probii as his successor is Frank S Black land it is understood that he will accept the position Senator Platts term runs until 1909 There has been a meeting in Washington this week of the American forestry Association that ought to be of considerable interest allover the country Gifford Pinchot the Chief Forester has presided and it is understood that one of theresults of the meeting will be an application to Congress for an appropriation of 200000 to find a substitute for hickory in wagon building The supply of hickory has made Ameri can wagons and buggies famous the world over It was erroneously believed to be inexhaustible until a few years ags when the supply in the central Atlantic and middle western states was suddenly discov ered to have been used up The question now arises whether by chemicalor other treatment a sub stitute for hickory can be secured and it is largely with this view that the convention wants to establish Forest Labratory in Washington In view of his undoubted success at Utica the President has selected Secretary Root as his spokesman for an address before the TransMissis sippi Exposition soon to be held at St Louis The interest in what the Secretary may have to say lies large ly in the fact that it is understood that he will make a statement embodying the views of the President on the Monroe doctrine This will be an offset to the somewhat indis creet remarks of ProC Burgess be forti the meeting and efforts arc being made to secure the attendance of several of the South American dip lomatic representatives Whatever Secretary Root says on the subject of the Monroe doctrine willof course be directed to attentive ears and will find its way directly into South America as an official ut terance from the Department of State or as he would be called in Europe the premier or Minister of Foreign Affairs DEATH OF I C ADAIR One of the Best Known Citizens of Ohio County Passes Away iMr I C Adair who for years was cashier of the Fordsville Banking Companys Bank at Fordsville this county died at his home there last j Monday pneumonia Mr Adairs health has not been good for several months but his death was rather sudden He was a man of high so cial standing having descended from one of the oldest and best known families in Hancock county About fifteen years ago he came to Fordsville and established the Fords ville Bank and became its cashier which position he heM until a short time ago when he resigned and wasI arranging to go South for his health Mr Adair was a man of splendid business capacity and was interested in a large number of banks and other business enterprises at various points in the state He was a stock blishlngjthis paper In politics he was a strong Republican and always took a keen interest in all matters connected I with party affairs He never I aspired to office though the Repub lican legislative caucus at Frankfort t last winter nominated him for State I Prison Commissioner and he received the vote of the Republican members i in the joint session for that I i positionThe of Mr Adair will be I keenly felt by Fordsville and com I nunity in both business and social relations He leaves a wife and on- echildai daughter His remains were taken to Hawesville where the interment took place in the pres i ince of a number of his rela tives and old friendsII We extend condolence to thebeI reaved family IHorSFs le Car load of young horses will ride and drive before sale Terms cash beforeIIERNEST WOODWARD WOODWARD I Hartford Ky is n HIGH WATERS More Than Sixty Hours Con tinuous Rain Fall Causes Great Flood in Green and Rough River Valleys Much Damage Done to Corn For almost four days beginning one week ago an almost continuous rain visited this section with the result that every stream is swolen as never before All the tributaries to Rough river have poured a constant ever increasing flood into it until at this time it seems sure to make a new record Much damage has resulted to bridges andother property At Dundee the business houses of Renfrow and Wedding and Acton are inundated The towns of Philpot and Olaton on the Owensbore branch of the I C railroad have been flooded and for sev eral days train service had to be sus pended between Owensboro and Horso Branch A washout near Caneyville on the main line of the- I C caused considerable delay in the train service Monday and Tues day and Hartford received no mail from Louisville on those days The pike between Hartford and Beaver Dam at Muddy Creek bottoms which was supposed to be above reach of high water was covered in some places to a depth of two feet or more Thousands of bushels of corn are under water in tbe Green river and Rough river valleys and the loss to farmers will be enormous Owing to the wet season it has only been a short time that corn in the low land was considered dry enough to har vest hence very little had been sav ed It is estimated that at least 15 000 bushels of corn is under water on Rough river below Hartford- If reports are reasonably correct Green river has surpassed all for mer records for fast rising having risen ten feet in twentyfour hours It is very high and is still rising and a great deal of damage has been done along its entire course Hartford is shut off from the out side world except in the direction of Beaver Dam East West and on the road leading North toward Ow ensboro the water is so deep that the only passage is by boat The Ohio Circuit Court is greatly hinder ed in the transaction of business by the high water as litigants witnesses and jurymen cannot reach town The court may be compelled to ad journ very much inside the term I limitIt has been almost impossible for people living in the low lands to stet to places of safety and save lOUt stock The gasoline boats Maude and Dago have been rendering assistance in a number of instances High Noon Wedding Miss Mona Doyle of Leitchfield Ky and Dr W S Sandbach of Friedaland were married in Cane Run church Sunday November 18 in the presence of a large congrega tion of friends Their attendants were Misses Lula Hoover and Lula Sandbach of Friednland and Prof Warren Peyton or Litchfield and Dr Isaac Hoover of Rosine Miss Hoover and Prof Peyton entered the church door on the right stepping gently with the wedding march which was being played by Mrs White of Horse Branch They approached the altar and marched slightly to the left Miss Sandbach and Dr Hoover were next to enter Viand approached the altar and step to the right The bride and groom then entered together and took their stand between the pre annrcIwere solemnly spoken which made them one which was followed by a short prayer The last couple that entered was tbe first to retire then the bride and groom followed by the couple which entered first I The happy couple has many friends in Grayson and Ohio I coupS ties who wish them well and great ly desire that the guardian angel may direct their pathway through sunshine and storm and may it be strewn with flowers pure and sweet Marriage License J A Pate Beaver Dam to Frankie Gilstrap Beaver Dam W S Sandbach Friedaland to Mona May Doyle Leitchfield Pearl H Smith McHenry to Bertha Robin son Taylor Mines L L Ashby Centertovvn to Jessie M Ashby Centertown Paul D Fuqua Mc Kenzie Tenn to Kathryn Collins Hartford DR J H WHITE KILLED Former Resident of Hartford Loses Life in Missouri While On Hunting Trip On last Tuesday a telegram was received by Capt S K Cox from his daughter at Charleston Mo stating that her husband Dr J H White was deadas result of an accident and requesting him tli come at once Dr White was born and raised at Cloverport About twenty years ago he came to Hartford and opened a dental office For a long time he practiced his profession here with success and by his genial disposition made friends of all Eleven years ago he married Miss Mary Cox daughter of Capt and Mrs S K Cox A year afterward they mov ed to Charleston Mo where they have since resided The only particulars which have been received of Dr Whites death are contained in the following dis patch in Wednesdays CourierJour- nal Charleston Mo NOV 20Dr- J H White a leading dentist and James Handy Moore one of the wealthiest landowners in Southeast Missouri here found dead today near East Prairie The men accom panied by Moores son Ben Moore started yesterday for the swamps on a hunting trip Nothing more was heard of them until this morn 1 ing when Ben Moore made his way through the driving rain to a farm house and broke the news the tragedytIt is understood that the team became unmanageable ran away and threw the occupants of the carriage to the ground Dr White leaves a wife and young son and many relatives in Kentucky where he former I resided TuesdayII feared that owing to the high water I they have been delayed on the road It is presumed that Dr Whites re mains will be brought back to Kentucky for burial He has many friends in Hartford who deeply sympathize with the family LATER In a letter to members of the family received late yesterday Capt Cox gives the following additional i facts concerning the sad ac I cidentHandy Moore and Dr White started out to a camp to spend a week hunting behind a spiritedI team and when five or six miles out Moore fell out first and about andfiltyardsfurtherI surreythimself and Mr Moores little boy about twelve years old being with them did all he could to revive them but tono purpose Mr Moore died first and Dr White after lying in the mud and rain all night died next morning just as the little boy hall succeeded in alarming the neighbors The buy spent an awful night going from one to the other in the rain and darkness and now the little fellow is in a deplorable condition caused by the excitementaand exposure ftBoth men will bo byre tomor ruw morning the bedjmg held or friends i r- a A TIME CNANGESIH An ExMayor of Owensboro Reduced to Want Jas K Tharp Reduced to Poverty By Disease Sleeps on Bed of Boards in Humble Home- terenboro Imnlrrr I The vicissitudes of even official life are vividly shown in the rather sudden death of former Mayor W P Small on Monday and the applica tion on the day of his funeral to the present Mayor for aid for another exMayor James K Tharp Mr Small died in comfortable cir cumstances the owner of considerable city property Two other exMayors John Thixton and J H Hickman are in the very best cir cumstances financially but former Mayor Tharp is leading a lonely and wretched life in a thinplanked shack on the rivers edge at the toot of Bolivar street There he has lived several years alone and above the door he has nailed a board on which he has pinned the legend An Eveless Eden Mr Tharp has been married twice His first wife died as the result of an operation performed in a Louis remariedibutwas several years ago He worked several years at removing houses and taking small contracts but rheumatism and other ills that flesh is heir to or easily contracts have left him almost helpless and he has had to ask for aid from the city and from charity organizations Recently Mr Thorps son Clar ence returned to his fathers home where he is now very ill and not ex pected to live He is occupying the only object in the little house that resembled a bed and the father has been sleeping on rough boards for two weeks A local minister visited the place on Wednesday and he described it as being a most repulsive place for a human being to visit much loss tee live in The situation of young Tharp while it is repul sive is also pitiable His past conduct has been bad and he has often been convicted of drunkenness and recently served a long sentence in jail for theft in the commission of which he had with him his young stepsonMr formerly ran the Stone wall house which was located where the hell house now stands The name was derived from a very larg ricturo of Stonewall Jackson which stood in the fuloon and vas used ss the screen He was ekcttti Mayor while running this house clef a irg n Mr Scott but was in turn defeated by Mr JohnjThixton now i President of the hank of Commrce n To protect the little ones and for the information and satisfaction of mothers the contents of each bottle i of that wonderful children rem dy Ca cssweet have been placedI on every label Cascaswect harmless compound of vegetable extracts that is wonderful in its beneficial effects on the stomachs of lw bies and children Recommended i and sold by all Druggists As a Man Sees Her Woman has a surer faculty for Setting down to the facts of a babys sex than nil the spectacled scientists who ever wrote initials after their namesShe shows more ingenuity in the things she does with the leftover boiled potatoes than the greatest i inventor who ever signed a patent specification She can throw a better bluff ly one nwish of her skills than a man can throw in a whole series of poker games Yes j Man is the bass accompaniment but woman is the twiddy hits th pretty little twiddy bitI the all entrancing twiddy bits that steals your heart away Man is lire dough and the bitter lint woman is the flavoring and icing without which the cake would In dry IfidMan is the =tern the stalk and the have ht woman is the flower vhii ropy and fragrant nodding hr lid i I re sun flan u h roast beef and madied potatoes out woman is the sweet dish the e jert the perfection of all Man iho sense of the poem the fc anti v j1 lelnssed river but woman i i tlt flfejl the rhyme ding matter and they 1 financial news but woman is the editorial page and the idea Man is the side of the house but woman is the cornice arabesqued striking and covered with delicate scriptureMan the hypothesis and the working out of the problem but woman is the Q E D Man is the drum the winds and the orchestra but woman is the eager little violin shimmering in the mel only sweet and exquisite Man is the sceneshifter and the stage carpenter but woman is the finished performer who holds the audience spellbound breathless moving them to tears or laughter according to her least caprice Here is our condensed opinion of the Original Laxative Cough Svrup Nearly all other cough syrups are constipating especially those containing opiates Kennedys Laxa tine containing Honey and Ta noibyiHints to Housekeepers- Old pieces of velveteen should after they have served their origi nal purpose be saved for polishing cloths They will answer the pur pose of wash leather for plate clean mg etc perfectly and save buy ing anything fresh Wash the velveteen cloth as often as needed in soapy water and hang out to dry Varnish on the hands should be removed with methylated spirit paint or tar by rubbing in butter or lard When the stains are loosened wipe the hands as clean as may be with soft paper or rag and then give them a good washing withsoap and warm water Salted pecans are even more de liclOus than salted almonds They are rarely prepared at home for the reason that the nuts are difficult to remove from the shells without breaking the meats This difficulty is entirely overcome by pouring ooiling water over the nuts lettingI the water cool on them striking small end of nut and tialt as you would almonds Leather goods if their is to be preserved appearanceI kept in places that are too dry the heat will cause the leather asI crack Nor in damp places that will markit mouldy To freshen leather chair seats traveling bags book covers etc that have become shab by or spotted rub them with the wellbeaten white of an egg Sale leather bags are best cleaned by using ordinary russet shoe polish cleaning them in the same way that shoes era cleaned j There is no piece of furniture in the house that gives the lady of the house more anxiety than the piano j as it must not only be saved from scratches at the hundof careless servants but it must also be kept from damp It should be kept open a little while each day to pre vent the keys from being discolored A piano tuner says that a growing plant in the room will prevent damp ness Do not polish with a cloth hut use the coach bruh In the case of a severe cut try the immediate use of finely powdered rico or flour to the wound This baa been proved a great success in al raost stopping the flow of blood from a very severe cutIAn old bacon is soaked in water a few minute i before frying this will prevent the fat from running The best treatment for indigestion and troubles of the stomach is to rest the stomach It can be rested by starvation or by use of a good diI estunt which will digest the food eaten thus taking the work off the stomach At the proper temperature a single teaspoonful of Kodol will wholly digest 3000 grains of foot Itwill relieve the m event annoyance I puts the stomach in shape to satisfactorily perform its function I Good for indigestion hour stomach flatulence palpitation of the heart and dyspepsia Kodol is made in strict conformity with the National Pure Food and Drug Law Salt by all Druggists I totbintr for Him but to Give in papa= Jofart displeasure I shall not only bltvo to support him but I shall have to pay his debts too Wow papa she said you know welt enough that George has to lire just the same as other men And I as to his debts Ive heard you say hundreds of times that a mans debt ought to be paid 171 STOHsABean the Nara Atrar BPt wu are ttJ TRUSTS AND THE TARIFF Combines Flourish in Great Brit ala as Well as They do Here Some time since an esteemed contemporary remarked that President Roosevelt failed to furnish any argu ment or reason to support his asser tion had no connection with the Tar iff As he had on a previous occas ion given his views at length and supported then with argument and ample illustration the charge was uncalled for But as there is no harm in repeating good reasons and affording fresh illustrations as long as a question is disputed we ask our contemporarys consideration of theI dispatch from Glasgow published in- I Chroniccle on the 13th inst to I the effect that a combination of Scott and English tubemakers has homerand export business It is explain ed that the industry has suffered incalculably since the previous agree ment between the firms in this line was canceled eighteen months agoI and that the new combine is wider in scope than the old taking in the firms of the United Kingdom except ione Clydesdale concern and it is the American producers me supporting the combine Here is a statement of facts which shows three loins conclusively First That trust hat e existed anrl DritainI I prevails where a high Tariff for that purpose Third That trusts easily assume an international character as is im plied by the fact that American pro ducers are supporting the English steel tube trust j In the face of such a showing it is idle to couple up trusts with the Protractive Tariff Those who do so wholly fail to comprehend the causes that bring them into existence and help to weaken the efforts to regulate them so as they can he mayjfor everything a salve is used IGood especially recommended for That is what we say of DeI Witts Witch Hazel Salve On the market for years and a standby in thousands of families Get De Witts Sold by all druggists How to Keep Young j The fact that one has lived for sixty or even for eighty years 11 no reason why he should feel old i When Longfellow was well along in years his head as white PS snow but his cheeks as red as a rose an ardent admirer asked him one day j how it was that he was able to keep FO vigorous and to write so beuuti fullyPointing to a blossoming apple tree nearbythc poet replied That apple tree is very old but I never saw prettier blossoms upon it than those which it now heals The tree j grows a little new wood each JenrIand I suppose that it is out new wood that those blossoms tonne Like the apple tree I try to grow a little new wood each year And what Longfellow did we nil ought to doiWe cannot stop the light of time we cannot head off the one event j that happens to all but we can andij the end isItle Early Risers About the most reliable on the market Sold by all druggists Why Shold We WeepIIrilurllMKtniiII wcey I Under our exclnsion policy theI imports free of duty tread close up the importants that pay customs i duties ut the ports of enty and both reach unprecedented proportions Land of Goshen Can it be that nearly half of our inportations are free of duty and the Democrats didnt know it And all this Imp I pens under the Protective Tariff say tom Under no Democratic admin stration did real practical Free Trade reach such colossal propor j tionsWhether FreeTrade hurts or j whether it benefits the county depends upon the way it is adjusted The Republicans have adjusted it so that the Protected list built up home industries and the free list coopera tes to the same end The Protection is placed upon the home pro duce Under this wise arrangement the county is wonderfully prosperous andour foreign trade is steadily increasing Then why shunld we weep An English Author Wrote No shade no shine no fruit no flowers no leaves November Many Americans would add Yno free dom from catarrh which is so aggravated during this month that it becomes constantly troublesome There is abundant proof that catarrh is a constitutional disease It is related to scrofula and consumption being one of the wasting diseases Hoods Sarsaparilla has shown that what is capable of eradicating scrof urn completely cures catarrh and taken in time prevents consumption We cannot see how any sufferer can put off taking this medicine in view of the widely bublished recordof its radical and permanent cures It is undoubtedly Americas greatest medicine for Americas greatest dis ease Catarrh Business Girl as a Wife no+ten Trllrl r1 She understands the value of money having had to work for it herselfShe learned in her business career the necessity of system in workShe probably learned to dress neatly and carefully without ex travagance She knows by experience the workers need of a quiet restful home at the days end She knows the unfairness of load ing the business person down with houshold errands She should make the boat sort because she knows the worriesthat be set a man in business A Mountain of Gold could not bring as much happiness to Mrs Lucia Wilke of Caroline Wis as did one 25c box of Hucklens Arnica Salve when it completely cureda running sore on her leg which had tortured her 23 long years Greatest antispeptic healer of Piles Wounds and Sores 2wc at Z Wayne Griffin Bros Drug Store r The Laugh Cure Laughter induces a mental exhil arationThe habit of frequent and hearty laughter will not only save you many a doctors bill but will also save you years of your life There is good philosophy as well as good health in the maxim laugh and grow fat Lauhter is a foi to pain and dis ease and a sure cure for the blues melancholy and worry Laughter is contagious Be cheer ful and you make everybody around you happy harmonious and healh fulLaughter and good cheer make love of life and love of life is half ofhealthUse as a table sauce it sets the organs to dancing and thus stimulates the digestive processes Laughter keeps the heart and face young fund enhances physical beanty Insurance Department of Ken1 tucky Frankfort Aug 13th 1906 Whereas The National Life In surance Company located at Montpelier Vt is possessed of the actual capital required under the laws of thisCommollwealthnndhas complied with all the requirements of said laws which are applicable to Life Insurance Companies incorpor Sited by or doing business in other Statesy f the United States therefore I Henry R Prewitt Insurance Commissoner for the Strife of Kentucky in pursuanc of the authority vested in me by the laws of this Commonwealth do here certify that C M Barnett and E Smith of Hartford in the County of Ohio are authorized Agents of the aforesaid Company toI transact the busing of Insurance for one year from Aug 1 1906 in this State as provided by the laws haverhereuntocaused iny olicinl Seal to be affixed sn the day aid year first above writtenIHRNBV R PIUJWITT I Insurance Commissioner i Wholly a Question of Wages JM y Clir Miinmnl J I The whole matter involved in Protection is the high wages paid in this country The advocates of high waKes believe that our working peo pIe are better fedbetter clothedbeti ter housed than of the higher wa es The protracted industries are the producing class Their wages govern all others If they have work and less pay they cannot buy and all who live by merchandise or trans portation would have less work and les pay if the wage earners spend less for their needs In fact the needs of working people would have to be cut down it it were not for the Protection fe ther of the Tariff oLimit The Brnitfir halted on theedge of the how tramp We arc so hungry mister yawned the lanky hobo in the old tall hat Thou why dont you go out and beg at the nearest farm house asked the stranger We are so tired no one will vol painfulduty Well what is the delay Why we are waiting for an earthquake doss to come along and shade the dicebox CASTOR IA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Dears the- Slgnaturo of The bridegroom was John F Fritz of Caldwell near Lockhaven Pa one of the school directors of that district Itwt through his i influence that Miss Chatwnod was engaged to teach the district school at that place The bride attracted no little attention at the county teachers instituteIShe is stature and the lucky bridegroom is undersized They will reside in Jersey Shore and friends of they couble predict unalloyed happiness Ills Brde Weighs 367 Thrt love knows no barrier was proven November I when a bride of 167 pounds vowed to love cherish and obey a bridegroom whose avoir dupois is but 120 pounds The couple were drawn together by an advertisement inserted in a matrimonial paper last winter Tho bride was Miss Mary MI Chatwood who until last December claimed Oskwnok Illas her home Ohio County Farmers Institute The following is the program of the Farmers Institute to be held at Hartford Thursday and Friday November 2J and 30 1906 by tilt ohio County Farmers Club under the auspices of the State Depart ment of Agriculture Invocation Itav A B Gardner Address of Welcome Col C M Barnett Response Mcdern Methods of Corn Culture and Seed Corn Selection Prof Wm M Cook of Ohio Does a Big Farm Pay in this Lo calityDavid Moreiand Intensive FarmingProf J A Dobie of Ohi- oPurebred Stock vs Scrubs John P Foster Prof E S Good of the Kentucky Experiment Station Crop Rotation with the view of Maintaining the SoilA B Tichenor and Hon H C Crenshaw Assistant Commissioner of Agriculture Classes and Grades of Beef Cattle end how to Interpret Murket Quo tationsProf E S Good Kentucky Experiment Station TobaccoIts Culture and Handling from Seedbed to MarketSi StevensPractical andl Economical use of Commercial FertilizersProf Wm M Cook of Ohio How to Care fora Hillside Farm Jas P Miller How to Restore Wornout Land to State of FertilityRowan Holbrook and Hon R C Crenshaw Poultry for Pleasure and Profit Mrs L P Foreman Sorghum its Culture and Value as a Winter FeedProf Wm M Cook Beautifying the FarmHome and Making it attractiveRev 0 M Shultz SILAS L STEVENS Pres A B TICII NOR Secretary Ohio County FiirmersClub- DtWitta Kidney and Bladder Pills act on both kidneys and liver and as a result afford the quickest relief from those troubles resulting from an excess pf uric acid Such troubles as rheumatism backache sciatica etc are quickly relieved by remedyforgist s hn HOMESEEKERSRound TO THE SOUTHat greatly reduced rates on the firtJ and third Tuesdays of each month from points on the line of the Illinois Central R Pin the North Your home tTicket Agent will give you a full particu lars as to rates conditions and train time but particular attention H erowith called to the I fact that on the November 6th excursion one can visit the Mississippi JC Industrial Expositiont- hat will be held in Jackson the State Capital November 5th to 10th Extensive displays of States Troll 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 concerning Homefeekers Excursion Rates can be had of agents of the Illinois Central and connecting lines or by addressing either of the undersigned K W MARLOW DPAlui8ville JNO A ScVTT 1 t PA Memphis A H liaxaN1 T ii Chicago KG IIuii Gyi A Cl i2qo L1C1LIrIaJ ALL GOOD THINGS I must win upon their merits Tito International Dictionary has won a greater dislirction upon1 its merits and is in more general use than any other work of its kind in the English language Oifonljlimrrvltin II i II I11 i IWdlItle r ill arum to iiHc u eljrrre IrtsIntdlnsnI wi l Hi r rut luvruiiMit r Ijii 1 11 ifnrA auprkxu I um row otna I + tll t dar J here LeI loomallm a i clncrrrtthafoortar- fit Vol l hnmesa hr nlktenteeta tw1 r putIntoTHE CKAMD PRIZE ithohiHtiPt iirvrV vtn ivin 1i Id In icrnattoiiHl ut tic WorMV 1ilr ht IxMilfc11 FREE 4rat In rcnunclitlon In a1rtrIIS1 r I Jiir ti I Ia 11I1t j r 4GCArrRIAMCoSPRIOiaG rW ssara r rucin Thousands of Acres POI Sale at reasonable prices Rich Agricultural and Miineaal Lands along tho lino of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE fn Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most dlroct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman ileeinj and tree reeUnln Excuralonatintpamptdetaalders H C TOWNSEKO 4s i ruraserktt en wow nw A PositiveCURE Elys Cream Balm li quickly absorbed Gives Adler tl Once It cleanses soothes protectstho brane It cures Ca tarrhand drives away a Cold in the IR SEVERstoretoree DruggistsEly Brothen06 Warren BtrtotNtwTorkj t CUTS OFF HANDS Sanford Englemen Dullds GUIIIOI tine or Farm Then t isbcs Himself IInllvllllltrnM While laboring undera religious ex citcmont Sanford Englwnana young man living near Bryanville four teen miles northwest of New Albany deliberately served his right hand on an improvised gillotine and when asked why he had committed the act quoted the Biblical injunction If thy right hand offend the cut it oil and cast it from you The hand was amputated at the wrist and in So performing the operation yesterday the young man exhibited great forti tude and ingenuity Going to a secluded spot in the woods a mile from his home young Engleman prepared the gullo tine on which he had determined to sever from his body the limb which he believed offended him The guillotine was constructed with a sharp ax and a sapling which grew near a stump After fastening the ax to the sapling he attached to u limb a heavy weight fastened from the other side of a tree near by and then attached a wire to the cord so that he could never serve it at the larger tree from the position near the stump which ho must occupy when the amputation took place Two uprights were placed so as to guide the ax in its descent After f completing the guillotine the young p man went home left the house os ten ibly to go to the woods to work teaching the guillotine young Engleman deliberately laid his arm on the flat surface of the top of the stump and pulled the wire which released the weight and the ax came down with true aim severing the hand at the wrist The young man then aplied a compress and walked half a mile to the home of a neighbor i where his arm was bandaged by a woman after which he walked home a mile away Isis parents who were greatly shocked when they I learned from their sonsown lips what he had done hastely summon tt Dr J H Dullin of Georgetown j who dressed the wound Dr Dullin expressed the belief that the young man would survive the effects of the amputationIt that for several weeks young Engleman who is a religious en thusiast has at times acted in a N strange manner but up to the time I of his strange act his friends had his mind was un balancedIA strange feature of the affair ia that the young man steadfastly refus es to tell what disposition he made of the severed hand further than to declare that he cast it from him and a thorough search of the vicinity of the guillotine failed to locate it Young Engleman stated after hehad committed the strange at that he had it contemplation for more than a year which is evidenced by the ingenuity he displayed Deaths from Appendicitis decreases in the same ratio that the use of Dr Kings New Life Pills in crease They save you from danger and bring quick and painless release fmm constipation and the ills grow imr out of it Strength and vigor always follow their useGunran teed by Z Wayne Griflin Bro Druggist 25c Try them A Poorhouse Without a Pauper- A news telegram from Clark S D says Th6only occupants of Clark countys finely equipped poorhouse since it was erected several years ago at a cost of many thousands of dollars have been the attendants and employes who have had noth ing more laborious to do than to sell that the place is kept in order and draw their salaries for Clark coun ty never has had any paupers Years ago the pioneers thought a poorfarm an absolute essential So they bought ISO acres built a poorhouse of elaborate proportions and had it handsomely finished heated with steam etc and then waited developments None came The people of Clark county are ap parently so prosperous and there is so much to do that no one finds time to become a pauper The result is that year after year the poorhouse remains unoccupied =dlrwTORxaBears thelhlKind You Han AHayi Bengi JlrutV 1daI b Flats to Boom Matrimony Louis Auer of Milwaukee origi f IDo You Want to Know I What You Swallow 1lhrro Is a growing sentiment In this In favor of JIKWUNKM OP KNOWN It Is but natural that ono ttlmultl Ilave some In u rest In tho compo xltlon nf that which bo or she Is ex scud to swallow whether It bo food drink or bnllclni Kcrognlzlnfc this growing disposition on than of tho public and IlItllllicdI that the fullest CIIII 0111 tin+ wclloarniHl reputation of his mall t clues Dr It V 1lcrco Buffalo N Y has taken tlmn by tho forelock as It were and la publishing of all tho IlIltr MiUTlng lIltIIlcalI loading MKxllullKs thin Golden Discovery tho wgntarliver Invigorator tonic heart regulator also of hlslnvorll i Ircgcrlp j lion for woak overworked hrokun down nervous and Invalid women Thli hold and OlltlIllOkl1I movement onI hI part of Dr Ilorec yhovvlnR what hU wullknown medicines are composed of completely disarmed all who bavo nn patnpldet1tasmisllcal authorities of all tho several school of practice showing thn strongint cndorMHiumtx by I UK medical writers j Ior thn several Ingredients which enter Into Ilemis medicines A ropy of thisI little book Is malted to any ono i string to learn morn concerning valu able nativo tnodkltinl which rutnr Into the rcnnKtltlem of Dr llercos moo Ictnct Address Dr 1lurco an above J Dr lIncIIInt IVllct are tlnr sue aruh 1 anlMilllou urnmile They ret uUto and Inrlcurato Momtrh Liver lIowel + l o nut leant till VIII htblt ndI cnru continuation Ono or twoeach d a Illative nnil mndator thnr or four fur an acllTu cathartic Once tried alwar In favor CRfl ODD OIVEN AWAY in coulee of Tho IvV1ea Gunman Sene Mixllral Adrlwr a look that told to tho ox j tnt of tnN Wrote a few awe at IIM per copy rear sear wn Rare away H WO worth nf the o Invalua blnluuko Thhyiarwnnliall pirn away fMno worth ut them you nharu In thin lnMtufll If lit send only I oMrtintatametlncoverNtof Milt IIr3 tamM for lOrtv1II Aililn Dr It V 1lorcu lluOalu N Y I j nator of the Baby Flats has another idea A year ago he built his flats to help check race suicide by offering a months rent for each baby born in the building Now toI increase the supply of honeymoon- ersj he has decided to build the big gest apartment building in the city Jin two sections and to let apart- mvnta in onehalf to bachelor maids rooms in the other section going to bachelors of the male persuation Then tenants in the two sections who are married will receive a months rent free The apartments he says will be so designed that they can be used for honeymooners in case the newly weds do not see any advantage in moving into one of the other lIatsI the Baby Flats as are knownIS S Fortunato MIssourians When I was a druggist at Livo Pin Mo writes T J Dwyor 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 1 so I regard Dr Kings New DisI coverv as the most wonderful medi cine in existence Surest Cough and Cold cure and Throat and Lung healer Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin lire Druggists GOc and 1 Trial bottle free ISome Definitions of Nome An inn where love is landlord and contentment chief Home is a JtuestIferred stock is l Home happiness health harmony heartsease holiness heritage heaven heir Home is where we express our worst and best selves Neat wife sober industrious husband Respectful children Out of debts unselfIishnessHomethe center of gravity inI the sphere of life Home is the result of learning to bear and forbear Homo is where the heart finds its great content The best school for making true men and women The dearest earthly shelter from the cradle to the grave Gods blessing to mankind the safeguard of the world Knowledge is a comfortable and necessary retreat and shelter for us in advanced age and if we do not plant it while young it will give us no shade when we grow old Crowded But Safe In time of war said Bushbys orator in resounding tones let us always be found where the bullets I are thickest Same as you were shouted a boy from the gallery The orator caused swelling visible with pride at this tribute from a youthful admirer forgetting his ancient enemy on the frontsettee Yes sir close to th ammunition wagon piped the shr old voice i KENTUCKY AT JAMESTOWN Commission Begins Work For Representation of State at Big Exposition With the purpose of providing for the proper representation of the State at the Jamestown Exposition 26IJamestown Exposition Commission has been organized and incorporated Headquarters have been oper ed in the Commercial Building Lou isville and a campaign of exploita tion has commenced It is the in tention of the commission to make the representation typical of the en tire State and a replica of the fort of Boonesboro has been agreed upon as the Kentucky Building Funds fo the erection of the building and I collection and illustration of exhibits will be raised by popular subscrip tion and the sum of 40000 will be required for the purpose The commission is composed of the following members J Stoddard Johnston Louisville President Jno j B Atkinson Earlington VicePres ident and Director of Finance Chas- E Hodge Frankfort Director of State Building Construction M H Crump Bowling Green Director oft j Forestry Exhibits JamesM Benton Winchester Director of Exhibits of Manufactures Honorary Commissioners Herbert Vreeland Frankfort Director of Agricultural and Horticultural Exhibits J H Fuqua Frankfort Director of Educational Exhibits Charles J Narwood Lexington Director of Mineral Exhibits William Lindsay Frankfort Direct or of Historical Exhibits Logan C Murray Louisville is Treasurerand C COusley Secretary The latter i is in charge of commissions headquarters Seldom has a movement in which the entire State is interested start ed more auspiciously The Com mission is the outgrowth 6f action taken at the Fifth State Develop ment Convention Winchester Ky October 10 to 12 It was then de- Glared that the great Fair to be held excepIto make the products of her soil and factories known to the populous eastern section of the United States and to foreign countries The excellent showing made by Kentucky at the Worlds Fair in St Louis is still fresh in the memories of tuckeans and the benefit of this r p1 rcscntatiori is now being felt and seems to increase as time goes on Direct requests for contributions to the fund will be made of all finan cial institutions manufacturing IL Pi JOY LIFE Thats what a prominent druggist said of Scotts Emulsion a short time ago As a rule we dont use or refer to testimonials in addressing the public but the above remark and similar expressions are connecI that they are worthy of occasional note From infancy to old age Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying im proper and weak develop ment restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairing waste The Lac t ion of Scotts Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of the Emul sion itself What it does it does through nourish mentthe kind of nourish ment that cannot be obtained in ordinary food No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good from it We will trend you a sample fret Be turc tut aplctuM in the form at a Ulxl U on th wrapper youbuySCOTT BOVINE Chemists 409 Pearl SUNY iSAc and Sl alIdruarhbI- AA1 stlnMr7 lul A plants lumber and mining compa nies mercantile houses and similar enterprises throughout the State The various commercial organiza tions of Kentucky will be asked to canvas their respective communities for subscrtptlOns The time for the collection of funds erection of buildings and installation of exhib its is so brief that the work of the Commission must necessarily be prosecuted with the greatest vigor openIone a ution should not wait for a personal solicitation but may send check money order or currency direct to Logan C Murray Treasurer American National Bank Louisville Ky 0 Postmastsr Robbed G W Fouts Postmaster at River ton Ia nearly lost his life and was robbedof 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 preIme have keptme well for eleven years Sure cure for Biliousness Neuralgia Weakness and all Stom ach Liver Kidney and Bladder der- angements A wonderful Tonic At Z Wayne Griffin Bros Drug store 50 cents SsfGems of Thought would give this not at all startly bit of advice Keep to your specialty to the doing of the I thing that ydu accomplish with most of satisfaction to yourself and most benefit to those about you I Keep to this whether it is raising I turnips or tunes painting screens or battle piecesFrances E Wil lard I find that there is no worthy pur goodIciety somewfth theirwit some with their benevolence some with a sort of power of conferring pleasure and good humor on all they meetJohn KeatsNothing on earth not even the worst relationships of capital and labor can ever excuse halfhearted work Your hours are longso were those of the Colossian slaves Your pay is poorthe Colossian slaves had none Your mistress is tyrannical and meanmt the Col ossian mistress lashed her servants Yet whatsoever ye do ye slaves cries Paul do it all heartily as to the LordG H Morrison- I call that mind free which sets no bounds to its love which is not im prisoned in itself or in a sect which recognizes in all human beings the HisIand sympathizes with suffering W E Channig I was industrious whoever is equally sedulous will be equally successful Bach Think well over your important steps in life and having made up- I your mind never look behindThos I HusrhlSIOA JjDean t uTheKind You Have Always Bpi Blpatu YI1fluaEffect of Water Drinking i To eat a hearty meal of even the most wholesome of food and imme diately wash it all down with a glass of ice water is a foolhardy proceed ing Moderately coldor even ho I water or in fact liquid of any kind 1 cannot be taken with impunity int the stomach on top of hearty meal j Water in order to have the most desirable effect should be taken on anI empty stomach otherwise the gastric fluid will be so diluted that I it cannot properly perform its functions Half hour hour beI an or an fore breakfast midway of meals and on retiring are the most approve ed times A quart or more duringI the day will serve to keep the systemI in good condition and will stomach bowels and kidneys in good working order providing these rules are rigidly adhered to Parents however while pursuing course of treatment with themselves often fail to instill the same mode of i procedure into the minds of their children Let them early be taught both by precept and example that there are stated times when water may healthfully be partaken of and that there are also times when large draughts of water are very harmful It cannot be too forcibly impressed upon the young mind that ice cold water should seldom if ever be iri I ateII ly harmful and may prove fatal A gefablePrepafalionforAs I slmilatingtheFoodandBcgula ling the SlolB3 l sor Promotes DigesiionCheerrul ness and Restconlalns neither r I OniumMorplune norMuicral l7 NOT NARCOTIC A perfect Remedy caWo- rmsConvulsionsFcverisb ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature or tJM INEW YORK LEXACT copy or WRAPPER J St 0 In T Z jn US24 t until tho 100 allotted to lesoM at a on account of of our Col logo era sold No Ta niton enter any time In 15 Slate I Ca RFtl ngq Car orxmt Ul and o6taaea III tu eoantrtn orn uc THAT UPU1M Ud Ittlp ran 10 spas Send model photo or ik icb for mEC rtport on + IOrNd pncOeo OUR Hoot on i CASTORIA For Infants and Children i The Kind Have Alwalq hi 1 of For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA two CINTAUS eo toCW roan Om OUR CLUBBING RATES TILE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125TI- IE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 TIrE REPUBLICAN and Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home und Farm 125ITHE REPUBLICAN and Lipponcotts und Cosrnoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Vonsboro quiver 175 TILE REPUBLICAN and Daily CHvunsboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TwieeuWeok Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and NationulMaguyme 150 Aden ess all orders to THE REPUBLICAN RANDALL COLLINS WAYNE GRIFFIN When in Louisville STOP AT EUROPETOOTEL The Home for Ohio County People Elegant Clean Rooms und Polite Attention S W Corner Second and Jefferson Streets COLLINS GRIFFIN Props BUYS 44 L SCHOLARSHIPdiscount tho opening Eranxvllla ooooH EVANSV JLE gfeEfflS2- T Collegos 530000000 welPOSITIONS SECURED MOtlEY forUdnu TRADEMARK WobiaID PATENTS PAVHwrtlUwmuoniinavMoar UoUhUlt7 PASSING RIRNCtsTasAwUUld retWASHINGTON You Bears t- Signature 11- 1USE sue rc a BIGFOUR i t New York Central Line I The Best Line to I Indianapolis + Peoria Chicago III Toledo I l Detroit f Cleveland Buffalo fI IBostonAnd all other points East Information cheerfully fur S f CityTicket259 FougKi avenue or write to S J GATES iGenl I DeptLouisville Ys H t I General JRHEINi C 111s V ha Coo 0 Deal w w wo to Us To have you know that this store is headquarters for the best in things for men to wear but its wtllth ju t as much to you to have the knowledge if you take advantage of it and you certainly ought to he glad to knalw r font nitre when your money will buy as much dependable merchandise as any other mans money of the slime denomination t a of new in have do to a to have to Tel in sworn our 1 t J leenadbcthe llnrifnnl ruMlnlilDK Company lnKInKAE1 I Ourn 1 Routh rer I FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23 I We nre embarked lo oiiiiomict 4t AMKH KOX of Wct Iliirtforil IrcHtief n cnudldnt lor 1trnllllhln tha ili nrml AMHnMjr to the netlan o the eiMlillcnn piirty- WH I to nnnonni IKViisr nt Slirere IlfHnct u MiuOMiite fi- n1tepreenbdltIntie Ior1PIIIIIv from j this the 2 tlh ilNtrlrt milijMt tu the nttliin ut the Uvpuillmu par- tSvrnetturlted to nnunnnep V 11 1AHK of the ildtl Irvcliirt nntiiillilNtnfnr Itpreu tnth e In the llMirnil A wiiiUv fnimtliNtlnitli j district nuliject tu the uHlun of tint llcpiilillwin party Examine the label on your pnpor If It Is not correct notify H THOSE who refuse to reform themselves must have their reform j ing done for Vitro teeth at the Food Trust you are playing into the hands of the Dental Trust Now that it is too late many Kentucky Democrats are discovering that Senator McCreary is a man of great ability JOINT was so hardly crip pled by the recent election that it will hobble back to on one crutch SOME physician has discovered that health and long life Mr Bryan has heard about it FIGURES are dally being produced to show what the campaign cost various candidates No one seems to realize what it cost the peo ple 1 THE Prey dismissed that battalion of ti Infantry r I Worth Something To tp know that HAW MARX Clothes are all Wool and above any cotton luau to know that this store is the place for thorn We can fit in Suits Overcoats Odd Punts Clothes and Rain Clothes can keep warm and can keep dry Mens Suits priced at 4 5G 750 88 10 12 1350 SI5 15 18 20 2250 and 25- Mens Overcoats priced at 3 4 5 0 750 8 10 12 1350 15 and 18 Boys pants priced at 350 4 5 SU 750 8 10 12 I Overcoats for Boys who wear long pants at 250 3 4 5 7 8 10 150fj Overcoats for the little bays price Si150 200 300 100 and 500 l Mens Furnishings Our collection of Men and Boys Winter is suiliciunt to satisfy all cliffs s of wearers In wool we show the old time reds in Shirts Drawers price per garment S I Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers price per garment w I and 125 Brown mixed Wool Shirts and Drawers price per garment Health price pOI gUI ment 1 Lambs Down fleeced Shirts and Drawers price per garment 75c fleeced Shirts Drawers price per garment 40c und 50c See Our Half Hose and Suspenders NECKWEARSu- ch superb collection the patterns Ties we never shown before It will you good lookat tliiin It is i- an opportunity show them Midgets Tuxedos Winsors and Pulls fact all styl by discriminating dressers are in line Ei P BARNES ROSIKVIHartford Republican 1IIurrErr1oEOIrCln ANNOUNCEMENTS tm- uthltheIhdlttletntblet nrfiiutliorloil MIBXril LISI them grindyour Statehood Congress runningpromotes evidently recent oentyfifth Itsyou SCHAFFNKR absolutely suspicion you perfectly Working you you Suitslong priced Underwear aunt 150 Wrights Lnderwear Sanitary and uptodate fourinhand pleaure represented i not because they were black but I because they were uniformed thugs ATTORNEY GENE HAYS should not go too far with that wholesale penitentiaryingof election theives in Lexington The general election is acedI I KENTUCKY Democracy can run any twobyfour timber for Governor but the Republicans in order to stand any show to win must put up a man of commanding ability As well go the firing line with pop littleliIW do not like to see a man ever grow too old to enjoy a harmless game An interest in a good ball game tennis or pool will bring the father more in companionship with his buys than anything else If he possesses tact it will be easy to companionI goodchannels jA HARD fight was u made upon Con gressman Walter P Brownlow of the first Tennnessee district He was not only opposed by a Democratic candi date but also by an independent Republican who was very popular thanjable yet to get his good roads law through Congress IuIANA GOULD has gained her di vorce from her French Count Boni who was only a pauper with a title when they married This ungrateful wretch was as vile a brute ofn husband as was ever known While we rejoice to see justice administered to the worthless royal pup no sympathy is lost on Anna Gould or any other woman who buys n husband LAST week we mentioned the fact that the Hartford Herald is soon to adopt the eight page form and in the same connection joked that paper about its delay in adopting this uptodate form which has been used by this paper for several years We find that the Herald editors are absolutely unable to appreciate a spark of fun They are seriously offended at what we considered Li very valuable bit of advertisement which we gave themgratis Here after when wq point a joke at the Herald we shall so label it I i Tim action ofthe inistration in bringing suit for dissolution of j the Standard Oil Company will be i most heartily approved by all per- Sons who believe in enforcing the law against the rich and poor alike i There have been so many defeats of justice before th courts in recent years that a great many people have lost respect for Judges and laws This suit will not only return respect as an act of long delayed justice but will be a triumph for the Presi dent greater than has been achiev ed by a President since Lincoln THE Farmers Club of Ohio county will hold a two days session here beginning next Thursday Ever finterestedif possible attend These meetings hStateienced talent will be furnished to give to the farmer the benefit of ex perience which has been attained a the expense of hundreds of thousand of dollars at the government experiment stations throughout the country The full results of the Various experiments in all classes o farm products will be made known If you do notget the benefit of it you have only yourself to blame It is without cost to you Ame lean Has Leprosy Washington Nov 20 Adyices from Manila announce that George Pfeffer the American examiner in the appraisers office of the customhouse is stricken with leprosy Pfeffer went to the Philippines with the Eighteenth infantry several years ago and upon his discharge was appointed to a place in the custom house Moss and Tompson Plasterers and contractors satisJfaction guaranteed Phone Beaver Dam Planing Mill 13tf TEMPLE OF JUSTICE f Ohio Circuit Court Convenes IWith Important Docket Rapid Disposition of Business by Judge BirKIieadsTribunal Grand and Petit Juries The Ohio Circuit Court convened in Court Hall here Monday with Judge T F Birkhead Common wea ths Attorney Ben D Ringo and County Attorney E M Woodward are on hand to look after the evil doers The following gentleman were empaneled as grand jurors B F Hudson D R Helsley W iF Stevens Win Addington E P Moore I A Hicks J D Holbrook VT Greer S T Barnett T F Tanner E F Render L H Ham appointedeBarnett Sheriff The following named gentlemen ave been empaneled as petit jurors the present term Clinton Igle hurt C R Boyd S L Phillips B JohntClaudetF1 Porter H C Ward Richard HolbrookfMooreThe Comth cases for this term which occupied only two days docket Monday andTuesday were disposed of as follows Comth vs W E Russell Virgil Mills Jas Espy 4 cases Geo Kiss senger Henry Osborne Hardin Ren frow Jeff Layman A V Leach Ernest Wilson c R W Ragland Ebb Allen Lee Duke F D McNal ly Len Hall Wm English Roy Crowe Willis Peach and Lou Wilkins were continued for lack of process On motion of Comth Attorney the following cases were filed away with leave to reinstate Comthvs Mills Annie May Allen Lane Espy 4 cases F Fleener Guy Faught A V Leach and state 11 +++++++++++++ ++ ++ +++ +++ pdb++ +++4f++ ei ++ +++ fi +++ ++ r THE KENTUCKY i iI Light and Power Co i WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE HT COST f ELKcrniir Lminvs AUK CLKAN t r HEALTHY ANDSAFK NOHOMK + Oil HUSINICSS HOUSE SHOULD 5 i iy WITHOUT THUM WHIX IX+ REACH 1 I + i M L HEAVRIN Manager I S +cprrpq ot + c o + ment being filed by Comth Attorney the following cases were dismissed Comth vs Alex Nicholson John W Wilson Guy Faught Wm Hatler 5 casesThe case of Ohio county vs A B Baird was transferred to the Feder al Court at Owensboro on motion of Baird The court also dismissed the petition in so far as it affects S A AndersonOnly jury cases have been tried Sarah J Richards vs J W Odell andothers resulted in a verdict for defendantsWm vs McHeny Coal Co now in the hands of thejury PINGHICO The Rev G W Gordon attended meeting at Beaver Dam last Sunday Rev Pendleton Taylor preached at Coopers schoolhouse last Friday nightThe Revs Smith and Bush closed a protracted meeting at Slaty Creek last Thursday with fourteen addi tions to the church Mr J W Cox of this place has toMrsideration of 575 visitinlrherRob Roy Mr Silas Stevens has been sum forthisMr Silas Stevens and family vsit familylast KidneysItshould properly perform their function theIdowhat constipation bad taste In the moatbtsick headache pimples and blotches and loss of courage tell the story The great alterative and tonic HoodsSarsapariflaGives 1t andCures GtJARDyoUR HEALt I o l Vigorous Health is the 1pendabl4WealthtqfrvUp 411d It naps steadyharvest jffium in food will change Healths ruddy glow into pinched paleness by drying pup the rich red blood winch nature provides t 1v D You take alum into your food by the me of 0 nrlh Jliiiiinl Hol 2dl4t n s No 1r31M12JpH- N uIM dn7t1 p us to called cheap Powders in which alum is usedas a chcapeningTsubstitutc for pure Cream of Tartar There is onlyone sure way to guard your health against alum and its injurious effectsBuyonly an absolutely pure Grape Creamof Tar arBaking Powderbuy by the Dame Sayplainlyl9 KOTAIPOWDERfco- yaljmadc from absolutely pure Grape Cream of Tartar Royal isa safeguard to health i Read the Sign at the Top Again v Hartford Republic FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2J Illinois Contrnl HallroadTlma- I Table Hlilllll Illillllll xa 11 dua11 l n w S lul d n p s i II iIlii Ot Ii Come to Carson Co for Shoe- anti Hoots For Carpets and Mnttingeotne to Carson Co City Restaurant most uptodate place in Hartford Mr G W Tilford Rockport called to see us Monday Bring your Eggs Chickens and Feathers to Carson Co i Buy your hats from Miss Lida Mor ton the Milliner at Carson Co For Underwear Overcoats or any kind of wear call on Carson Co Guns Guns Guns Where A U S Carsons 11tf v Scholarship in Massey Riisines College for sale at this olfiec For Scholarship in the Bowling Greon Busimsw College apply at this office John Blah1 Buford and son W N Blair Beaver Dam were among our callers Monday Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry itf9 u Moore Crabtree have new Sor thiim fresh Cabbage anda fine A line of family Groceries Call on them i T County Clerk W S Tinsley has moved to the house he recently pur chased from Judge J P Miller on Clay street Mr Wm E Ward of Alexander I neighborhood called to see us Mon day andreneweil his faith in TUB REPUBLICAN The Tailored Clothes you order at Pearls Pantiorium arc cut to insure comfort without asking your vanity to pay for it The ladles Flinch Club which recently organized held its first meet ing with Mrs S A Anderson Wod nesday afternoon WantedAt Miller Bros Be Co Owensboro Ky 10000 turkeys Both phones 247 The recent heavy rains have caus ed a complete suspension of work on the railroad here It will not be in condition to work again this winter except on extreme high elevations City Restaurantwill open up Sun w t4r dayjafternoon at 4 oclock and serve supper Steak Meals Fish Meals Oyster SteW Fried Oysters Ice Cream c Telephone your orders 9 a J IMr P K Newton Narrows was i n pleasant caller Wednesday Get your Clothing Cleaned and Pressed at Pearls Pantiorium at Y M C A rooms We have the newest and best of everything in our line CARSON Co The hunting season will soon be- n on Get your gun and ammunition at U S Carsons 11tf itMr Z Wayne Griffin has been j suffering from tonsilitis the result j of too much bird hunting Thos M Watkins Owens jMrR visiting her father Mr D E Thomas on Walnut street The Hartford Mill Co has brick for sale as well as all other building material Come and see us 13tf FOR SALE A scholarship in the Hartford Business Institute Call on or address TilE REPUIILCAN Miss Emma E Park visited her Roberttweek Mrs Harry Bennett Owensboro and Miss Fanme Taylor city visited Mrs lames A Park and daughter Miss Emma Park Tuesday The prices of our Suits give no hint of their real value Over 100 different patterns to select from PEARLS PANTIOUIUM WantedAt Miller Bras Co Owensboro Ky 10 000 turkeys Both phones 247 IMr J 0 Carter Louisville Pros identof the Retail Merchants Pro usIa branch of tho Association at Hartford The Ladies Missionary Society of the Methodist church will meet at UlP J JhQJitrhmcbWedncsday evening Nov 28th in open session A splendid program will be arrang ed Everybody cordially invitedI Schroeters Floating Studio is still at Hartfords landing They are prepared than ever to turn lout uptodate potographs Get I your work done before winter sets in lltf I WashIingtonfarm to Mr Jeff Travis of the same I neighborhood Mr Howard talks of going west but his many friends I have hopes that he will settle in Ohio county as he is one of our best citi1 zensla 00000 capital Salary 107200 per year and expenses salary paidweek ly and expenses advanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Hartford Ky 10m6 I T n o jJ I I I j See Sam Bachs Clothing for winter They lit good look good and wear good Mayor James H Williams has been on the sick list for several days this weekiCarson Co will pay 25 cents per dozen for eggs They will take all you have Mr J A King Beaver Dam who I is serving on the petit jury was aI pleasant caller yesterday This is the time to buy Overcoats and cloathing Why not come where j they have a big lot to select fromICARSON Co ECoull Judge JP Miller j moved to Cromwell Monday where he will engage in the banking busi ness as cashier WantedAt Miller Bros Co Owensboro Ky 10000 turkeys Both phones 247i Do not fail to see G B Likens in rcguard to the Retail Merchants Protective Association Branch will be in every county seat Telephone your orders All work called for and delivered Located in rooms formerly occupied by Y M C A PEARLS PANTIOUIUM The old windows in the court house offices are being replaced by new modern windows The work is i being done by The Hartford Mill Coi A short stay Come look at my samples then look at the price A Suit tailored strictly to your meas ure PEARLS PANTIOKUM Y M C A Rooms Call G B Likens Homo phone G6 and he will tell you all about Retail Merchants Protective Association with headquarters at Hartford fort Ohio county i Born to the wife of Charles B Howardof the Washington neigh borhood last Sunday morning a ten pound girl Mother an child doing well and Charlie sail smiles FOR SALETwostory house and lot on Clay street Hartford Lot 195 feet front depth 570 feet Good improvements For further infor mation see Miss Nettie Rogers Terms easy 17tf Merchants all over the county should call up G B Likens Home phone GG and investigate the proposition he has for this county in the way of protection for the Retail Merchants Senator A S Bennett isbeing faIvorable mentioned by State clans as a suitable candidate for Lieutenant Governor He was one of the Republican leaders in the Sen ate last year and is well qualified for the position We are for him lfcenseclADctloneer Squire W Tichenor of Point Pleasant Ky licensed Auctioneer for Ohio county Cumberland phone 11tf HORRIBLE CRIME Charged Against John Stites O byIIJohn Stites a resident of the Whitesville neighborhood was arrested Saturday afternoon on the charge of attempted assault upon his own daughter Mrs Joseph How ard The warrant was taken ou before Judge Pat Howard at Whites ville by Joseph Howard and wa served by Marshal Jackson Stites was presented before Judge ard and executed bond in the su of 500 for his appearance before examiningI miles west of Whitesville It is said that this is his second attempt When arrested Stites made the statement that the charge was made against him by Howard through spite Stites moved to Whitesville about eighteen months ago from the Pettit neighborhood Lodgesj had no meeting last Saturday night on account of tho rain storm The next meeting will be the first Saturday night in December and there is work of importance Every mem her should attend Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythias had a most en joyable meeting Tuesday night Two strangers were initiate into the mysteries of the rank of Page and one friend was proven in the rank of Esquire The lodge will put on the second and third ranks next Tuesday evening All members are urged to attend The Maccabee lodge held its regu1 lar meeting last night The attendance was lessened by the high water which prevented the members from the country with which this lodge is largely made up from attending Next Thursday night will be the regular election of ofiicers for the coming semiannual term and it is I hoped there will be a large attendance I of the members Ji CollinsFuqua Mr Paul D Fuqua and Miss Kath eryn Collins were married Monday afternoon at the Methodist parson age by Rev James A Lewis The ceremony was witnessed by Miss Annie Collins sister to the bride and Miss Ida Lewis and Mr E W CooperMr Fuqua was for a long time connected with the M H E I railroad in the capacity of civil engineer More recently he has been connected with the Southern railroad with headquarters at Chattanooga Tenn Miss Coljins was one of the most charming young ladies of Hartford and has the good wishes of all Immeldiately brides father Mr John R Collins Later they will go to Chattanooga to reside Ready For Tobacco The Equity pooling houses through out the county are now open for the receipt of tobacco and many farm theIThe advance this year is much bet ter than heretofore five grades rang ing from 5 to 6 These figures should be highly satisfacto ry to the tobacco growers in view of the fact that three years ago the same tobacco for which they are now receiving 5 550 and 6 advance sold at Owensboro for 3 250 and 2 There are reports of- a few farmers who pooled their 1901II crop being dissatisfied because the tobacco has not been sold These few should recall the fact that they have already received more on their tobacco than they could havereceiv ed had It not been for the organi zation of the tobacco growers through the A Sof E IGRHnf TRERT Horn car toons in striking colors Entertainment at Court House Saturday evening November 24 Under the auspices of the Young Mens Christian Association You cant afford to miss it 4 e MWM tyNlN tiI tlfMAWJ IIOUR REPUTATION For keeping the best uptodate line of Dry Goods Clothing Ladies Wraps Millinery Shoes Etc in Ohio county has gone out over the whole commun ity We expect to maintain this at all hazards Some merchants are crying big advance but wet are hiving to our trade the sunc values at oldtime yousSpecialsm We all need them now Good cotton Blankets I 60c 7oc 100 150 per pair Allwool Blankets I I101 and lf1 400 460 arid 500 per pair Our Hosiery I Big little young and old t wear them To say that we carry the best in Hartford w not eXt ga tutirg Our Msucot Hose liar Ladies at lUc 15c uuf 25c have no equal ASH our RompiMsjlMayinate and Siuita Claus Hose for Buys and Girls at 15c 20c and 25c have no Jpj I The Ba denier I ht w MIlT Lmom aK ksdmntelet e or ADd ldbeatii et price I For by U S FOR THE BUSY READER Bishop John J Tigert of tho M E church South died at Tulsa Indian Territory Wednesday He resided in Louisville and one of the best known and ablest men of his church It The Court of Appeals has affirmed the juddment of the Clark Cirruit Court the case of French again the which French fined 5000 Also a similarcase Felix Feltnerin which he fined 3000 and sentencing him to two years in the Clark county jail The cases grevr out of the attempt Ito certain witnesses in the MarcumHargis Service Regular Thanksgiving service will held at the Methodist church next Thursday with a sermon 11 oclock a m by Rev JasA Lewi AlHchristians and patriotic citi= zens both Jews and are cordially invited to join in the men and men requested to close their houses and offices from a m 3 p 1go to church and thenw carry nothing but the angst deiirabln makespat terns and styles that are sold exclusively by us running in price SOP 50c Si lf0 FUutiel from 1 2 shadtH from 5ctxil Call and see our line IBErEA eNEW MODEL onett6eykedowofatureweluroben of1TI told Uid odn dbend that 2H inch mostntibkdnpeaitl dtc1n sale Carson Hartford was in Commonwealth in was against was bribe cast- Tbarksglvieg be at all Gentiles serviceBusiness professional are 10 to Winter Shirts- We Mud Shirs to TIrMShirtnil Thanksgiving dinner and enjoy a good day Eat the fat and drink thesweet and send portions to them I far whom nothing has been pro tidedas directed in Gods wordI I 1ujMy Hair is I Extra Long IFeed your hair nourish it give It something to live on These it will stop falling and will crow long and heavy Aycrs Hair Vigor is the only ceftuice hairfood you can bay It gives new life to the Mrbulbs You save what fair you have and get more too And it ke s the scalp sdeas sad heajthW t- Tbbttkind of a testimonial Bori for over sixty years O4TrOo7awI11LNalwtnso W ers t- r+ W t e I STRENGTH OF THE TIGER How This Fierce Brute Kills and CarI rlei Off lit Prey I have taken considerable troublo to find out how tigers kill largo game writes an assistant comptroller of forests at Pcrah Some timo ago I was asked to come and see a full grown bullock that had been killed by a tiger On examining it I found the animal had its neck broken and there were claw marks on the nose and shoulder and nowhere else There was no doubt that the tiger had jumped at the bull and landed on the shoulder and when the bull turned his head to gore the tiger ho must have put his claw out and with a sudden jerk broken the neck On another occasion I went to see a young buffalo which had been killed bya tiger and found the same had happened There were similar marks on the nsc and also on the near shoulder which clearly indicated that this animal had been killed in the same way Malays who have actually seen a tiger killing a buffalo told mo they saw the same thing happen also that in dragging off a heavy carcass such as buffalo or bull he gets most of the weight across his shoul derThis must be fairly correct as I have often followed a kill and the marks left indicated that only a portion of the animal was trailing along the ground I have known a full grown bull which ten men would not move dragged two miles by a tiger in a heavy jungle where roots of trees and swamp had to be gone through In no case have I seen the pug marks facing the wrong way except when stopping to feed which proves he must carry a portion of the animal over his shoulder The old idea ofa tiger killing large game bya blow from his paw is nonsense Besides in this coun try a tiger never faces his prey but attacks him on the flank unless charged Another curious fact that may seem very like a fairy tale is that a tiger docs not seem to mind a small lamb being tied over a kill about ten feet high but willcome and feed I have known three oc casions when this has been tried and each time a tiger has come to feed upon the carcass London Field Art of Pleasing- A woman cannot charm because she wants to A man is not agree able because he sets out to be The proper effect must like repartee be spontaneous and unpremeditated- It must be radiated naturally like light and love Books there are that pretend to tell how it is done They do so quite as completely ns grasshoppers teach entomology The ability to charm to be agreeable to entertain perfectly and to be perfectly entertaining is an art appre hensible only through influences generally prenatal but always pro longed The mere technique is so volatile that it must be inhaled Like the Mnyfuir intonation little by little it must be absorbed says Edgar Saltus in the Delineator Kings and thugs may abash the amateur in the art of teasing but the artist is at home with them He puts himself in harmonywith them In the ability to do that is pleasingA Disgusted Salesman Henry Sweet er many years ago was a salesman for Joel Gold thwaite carpet dealer of Boston One day he was called to show car pots to a lady who had plans ofall the rooms of a house for which she wished to select suitable carpets Thinking it a chance for a good tale for two hours he showed car pets helping her with his judgment to make a good choice for each room and having decided on the carpets ho said Xow we will have these cut oh and where shall we mend them Well the lady saidmy husband is looking at a lot and if he buys it we shall build this house nnd then we shall want the car petsMr Sweetser was too astonished calmlyfrontgood morning Boston Herald Reeds Only Bird Hunt Thomas B Reed used to tell the followingI felt more ashamed in all my life than I did one day after killing a bird I never shot but one bird in my life I spent a whole day doing that It was a sandpiper I chased him for hours up and down a millstream When at lat 1 potted him and held him up byone of his poor little legs I asked i small boy who had been looking on what he thought of it Oh he replied I was onl- ythlldI111IOW big you are and bird isBoston h J by- S THE MELANCHOLY DANE Supposed Source of the Plot of Shake tpeares Hamlet While Shakespeare no doubt wrote the tragedy of Hamlet as manyISaxo Grammaticus a Danish historian who died about 1204 His writings were in Latin and in Shakespeares time they had not been translated into any modern language The story is to be found in Bclloforcsts collection of nov els begun in 15G4 and an English translation of it was published en titled Time Hystorie of Ilamblct Prince of Denmarke Horvendile in the novel is the name of Ham unIcleFengon traitorously slays Horvcn dile and marries his brothers wife In the second chapter Hamlet counterfeits the madman to escape the tyranny of his uncle Through the I machinations of his uncle he is tempted bya woman the uncle thinking thereby to undermine the prince and find out whether his madness is counterfeited not In the third chapter Fengon thIuncle tries a second time to entrap Hamlet in politic madness and causes one of his councilors to he secretly hidden in the queen chamber behind time curtains to hear what speeches puss between Hamlet and the queen Hamlet kills him and thus escapes danger In the fourth chapter Hamlet i = j sent to England by Fcngon with secret letters to have him put to death While his companions sleet Hamlet counterfeits the letter pittheends the resemblance between thlI history and the play The hamlet of the history returns to Denmark slays his uncle burns his palace nukes an oration to the Dunes apt is elected king He goes back to England kills the king of tlwi country returns to Denmark with two English wives and finally fall through the treachery of one of these ladies This is the supposed source of the plot of Shakespeare V Hamlet A Pardonable Excuse A Columbia university mast who makes frequent use of foreign words and phrases in his talks and his literary products was under fire for this practice The feeling among his antagonists was that the English language is a good enough means of expression Wellsnill the expert in word pictures to mo phraseshavetheir use recalls I plead guilty tr a sentiment for just this kind of thing lake the expression sub rosa Its English substitute is pr vately I prefer to think of tIll rose as an emblem of secrecy it Greece and the custom which had one of these pretty flowers puny over the table where guests were entertained in token that nothin repeutedhence A Lively Court Scone They lad a lively scene in a court in Algiers when thirty thieves won brought up for their sentences IhIjudge had just sentenced tho oners when a notorious thief a boot at him It hit the prcs HunI judge squarely on the nose the blood spurt This was a f na- to time other prisoners for ionic i ately a storm of boots caps tiiid ot her articles hurtled throu h till air anti nmid the confusion the kind thieves made a dash for liljorl The gendarmes had to draw them swords befell order could be re stored All the prisoners won caught and lined up again befoul the judge who gave thorn all thnr years moro at hard labor for witting an outrage on the 011I tract Persian Justice Professor Williams Jackon to1 in his Portia Past and Iroonl some stories illustrating charantei in the land of Omar Khayyam One is orn man who suffering front inflamed eyes went to a hoi o doctor for treatment The veterinary gate him some of the salve that he wed on animals and the man lost hi eyesight Ho then brought suit in court to recover damage Tin judge after weighting the evidence in the case handed down his deci ion as follows There arc no dam ages to be recovered Time man would never have gone to a veterinary if he had not been an ass l A Wlllina Witness To solemnize the ceremony of taking the oath Chinamen kill a cock 15y another process they break a plate The English habit is to kiss tho Bible Time other day n widely traveled Ohinanwi in a Johannesburg court tvas asked what form of oath he preferred IIo re plieda111ee Eumeo breakum pIn tel killunicockcc or tmelluin bookoc slice fciimeo EYEi andiAn Irishwoman who owns a little stationery shop in the upper part of Manhattan frequently surprises euitomers with whom she falls into conversation over the counter by asking Which of my eyes do you think is the blind one P The customer invariably exclaims that surely it is not possible that either eye is blind for both are justIcr proceeds with tho information withoutIThats my tattooed eye she ex plains proudlydIt cost 1000 I didnt pay for itof course A rich lady had it done for me- You never heard of a tattooed eye Shure I never did myself until I came to having one It was after 1 was blown up ban explo expeI had been with her five years and she thought a heap of me and it was at her house the accident oc curredWhen I lost the sight of the eye she felt bad enough but when the bandages wore removed and it was spretlIover was distressed It ruins your good looks entire neerIlint I know of a physician who cal make it look iig good as time other even if he cant make it pee It will cost 1000 she sa but Id have it done for you itit was 000 So 1 went to u fine private los pital mil the doctor tattooed an other iris lad punil on the white film And he matched the blue ex actly now didnt he I could scarcely tell when I looked in the glass terwardwhich one Iwas seeing out of at all Did I get a husband Its mar- third that Im living with now New York Press Stupidity and Sangfroid Commander Gambier of the Brit ish navy tells in his book this story ofu soldier servant panned An drews a fellow of stupidity and sang froid We wore practicing with a saloon pistol in my brothers quarters and Andrews was in a small dressing room adjoining when a ball went through the door and took the tip off his ear Most men would have made some remark lIe did not and we knew nothing about it until by chance looking into the room we saw him groping about under the table for something he had lost What are you looking for Andrews said my brother He drew up stood at attention and replied in an apologetic toneos if deprecating his masters wrath I was only alooking for a bit of my ear as come off when YO1 fired that shot through the doorlir Early ProtectAgnlnst Tea The introduction of tea into European communities mot with considerable protest In Germany tea dealers were considered immoral and nanny pamphlets were published condemning the use of tea in any form Tea was first brought to England from Holland in ljjj Soon time drinking of it bcanie fashionable in London and a pound sbilling7rhonus er in tea in England He recom mended it in a cure for nil disorders and sold great quantities of it at n largo profit Records show that tea Englundfor IVarious How Arc Youo how mire you in German N Vie IciudllilU rich How d you hind yourself It is also Wie gents gijhowask Come state How do you staid rime French Comment VOIH iortcsvous now do you carry yourself Time Greeks ak whet you are do lug the Chinese want to know if you enjoy your rice and the 11111I sinus inquire how you are living sayGadIilrlno Us devout say Be un der Gods rare Forehanded The London Telegraph tolls of a sump girl who entered a grocers shop in Whitechapel and said Iieasc sirs I wants arfa pound SURE CURE- For All Diseases of STOMACHLIVER or butter and a pennorth of cheese and muvver says she will send u shilling in when farver cornea homeAll right replied the man But continued the child muv ver wants the change cos she as rot to put a penny in the gas meter I Sub crihp for TUB UiruBLiCAN 1 lie Youths I t mpau fJHill FOR P R Y r1u yt rnJ tIF I THE FAMILY I r rIIH volume for 5107 L j give for 173 rn 11I d gucl reading equivalent t vcty ijcopagc looLc history i frlioi 6Jticc licjmpiy ahlI=iIi I y corfiug tlillIJTO tnh rivjo Tu You Co niur andIAruoficovirvt Rr rwj ram lo J tct to rv mJrc fjn 7ISL33=rauz 1T ijII HII I n 1 Q1 rr ihe Go L tat tar the mauim u iM of t Yhakgir DteD1oit tllatin Caictdnr tr tlpy to U miler i scl pkl and Ten Crclntvs fr tar I rvrkrel 1 +ya HheytttIottl- i rdli2 lnrtrttymrmtcrcltSViay- I I 0 =enu cxannKa errs uf h one t red mace other R C mfi lo 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minimum Shin thfr bAn f turmnl n mtnrhlp for ib 1 ii IIIIn r In sill rnurl stitr nml IVIrnl llh natty onlh lilxoDNlnMmii iirlkConn II nc llnrt fun Kv i iwtrnrilKuriilim nml III lntIon R- ivIangiltltIlralItrlii li KlTrn I I o il MttiMitlnn Nt inrv In I olflwWIIIIUINKM 1 M A AM iilHV r GRADUATE NURSE MISS SUSIE MAY A graduate of Owensboro City lIes pital has located i- nIIAIxrl br U timeCestdencephone No 137 lIIDhuseI IIWellr Rfl VII vO aElaEDYrr-oItrH rlllO reatt rat all n It Bellpotlcrfully nD1 qulrldy Currwbcn olherA talt nndolllWeakncsM such as liipower Failing Memory wanting DIII q and carets of otBbu o or forRtudyblondsbnllilrIhringinghnrkthoPlume Gpoproarnlngdlscac Weulvafreoadvlcoandcounc AddrexsIIOYAL For Sale by J H Williams Hart ford Ky I ftOUG I31VA- 1ELEPtiaNE COf1P LH Y IIIIIA 7 III I roohlOVIS y wc a + nla IThe Rongh River Telephone Co I operatedbyreasonable rates Prices for toll ser oxI conversation 15 miles 10 eta 30 miles15cts45mlles20ctsIYI J t 1 tse e f Clothes for the Man Who Cares I We say Clothes for the man who cares because their desirability doeSI not con iat of superficial elegance only Every detail is absolutely correc They are the kind of lathes which a man who really cares about his t to sona1 appearance would include in his wardrobe A Suit made expressly for you are those made b- ySTRAUSSt BROS Chicago MASTER TAILORS A beautiful selection of over tOO patterns of nil weaves and designate select from Call at PEARLS IANTIOUIUM and see them A perfect fit and satisfaction in every respect guaranteed If you have Clothes to clean and press telephone us your order We send after your work and deliver it All work done in style and to a nicety P D TWEDDELL Mgr1 Uocittud In Uiillillnu formerly Ocjn lod by V MC t oii Cantor Htrcot l +++10 ++ ++++ + ++ + +oI D4tttt44i+ HJo ++ oI + + + ++4- I BANK OF HARTFORD I ISCCIQIIQ1 I IIMHa t Capital Stock 4000000 tI+ + Surplus 12 OOOOO + j Stockholders Addll Liability 4000000 Securety to Depositors J j + 9200000IJ W FORD President JOHN T MOO j II P TAYLOIi V Prest U HOLBROOK 4r 4 j 11V FoulR HOUJItOOK t i Dire lnra t MnifiAJNOfi + 1tutI D1W AlSrpRY LSaa175T Krr1 FIRST NATIONlL BANK Ot Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits 12 500 Will loan money from 1 day tto 12 months This is your Bank Come i- nDIRECTORS GAHE LIKENS AIVIV Rows UtitcH FELIX JIM POIK STEVENS WAYNE GIMPFIN c i t I In most houses there Is a room without proper heating facilities to say nothing theheatInneedU PERFECTION I Oil HeuerdEquipped with Smokeless Device a fItwill heat a room in no time and will keep it warm and cozy Open ated as easily as a lamp and perfectly safe Wick cannot be turned too hl hor too low Gives no smoke or smell because fitted with unique smoKeiess device Can be carried about which cannot be done with an ordinary stove The Perfection Oil Heater is superior to all other oil heaters and is an ornament to any home Made in two finishes nickel and japan Brass oil fount beautifully embossed Holds tour quarts of oil and burns yourdealersTHE beltfVCLyClamp Made of brass throughout improvedburnerroom whether library dining room parlor or bed room Write to nearest agency if not at your dealer STANDARD OIL COMPANY Incorporated I Sp I mo r TAKE THE REPUBLICAN s METEORIC BODIES Mineral Masses That Are Whirling Through Space The realms of space contain probably innumerable masses t solid iron or other minerals whit arc whirling along at an incalculable rate Occasionally these musses come within a comparatively few miles of the earths atmosphere and then instead of crashing to the ground carrying devastation i their paths the suddenly become hot and melt away in an incandescent gas This is wit is going on when we see what is floStaraflnshwe FCC is the result of the fri lion between the meteoric body an our air The former travels at sue n rate as to generate an solitcompletera great force A stone fell in 185 on the coat opposite Zanzibar wlspiclwcl up by some children herding cattle and all the tril gathered to anoint it withoil an ornament it with stuff and pearls as a true divinity come from heIIen The mia ionary warnings unheeded One IIn the u arlil Massai attacked tIe tribe an slaughtered them whereupon till survivors lost faith in their fet i rand sold it to the Munich museum tlKnghuulcentury ago Scientists were only Hfnlls1uringjuc1dellh there come a noi e like ail explosion A farm servant was go Patitrs it plunged into the ground rscavntcda hole more than tlmr 10 iiieThis meteorite is about rs big ftthewith enormous speed across tl jrliteas it passes through the ever thick cnin ntmorpheric strata until final ly it descends to the earth Philosophy ofII Clown lute Charles IJliss the fa Irhestnr of the Dun Hire circus flyimputed h news Dont attempt new trekIhe said one day till you urn a thor llYtoeverything you undertake that jail ro is Altogether an impossibility If you arc going for instance lo- a lcn goingilk to i rrm unless you have studied it up Pnni be like n stump speaker 1 now who yelled nt a croasroa WITV fie who puts iris hand to the low must not turn book I Wotfi he to do then when he gets to the endo the furrer p shouted a hired rum in blue ev- ea11envcr r News IIHimflicof ti English peasantry is shown in a story tol London Tribune A Lady Iountifiil was calling on n devoted old couple with such crea turn comforts as the doctor said were suitable for the old man who was dying and being tenderly nur= by his consort Entering the cu loge she saw the old dame leanin over the fire Ah Susan she said frItocmutteredcant mine that for sartain sure but lio didseem nfrwino just now But itliuthands I IDId tbe Dog Reason whoIis diary how ho vas hunting the droveIBachelor This hound missed the scent as he reached the t themiet IfIfBachelor dropped back into t road and racing along picked up Outibfagazinerag flTommyproachfully why didnt you toko your hat off tb me when you passed yesterdayI me hat on maam boyDont that I saw it on your head s 1 know you seen me but you v didnt see me hat That was me brudders hot I had on j ALL OVER THE HOUSE I A Few Helpful Hints For the Economlo Housewife A good beefsteak however well unlesshEvery saucepan that has been used nnd finished with should be filledwith cold water a lump of rods put into it amid set to boil out To utilize of unjuice for the shoal jjitMake potatoes look white and urs by boiling in as little water po ibJf strain and take at once to an open door Give the potatoes ithserednndhwnshtCandyd is made of slippery elm flaxseed and sugar Soak n iJoC whole flaxseed in cup of boiling water In another elmdCurcStrain the flaxseed anti slippery elm n thin muslin cloth and the liquid Add a pound and ti half of granulated sugar to it oil thifirup for ten minutes juice of lemons and boil until it forms candy Apples For Weak Eyes At the Hotel ties Invalidcs in ris n roosted apple poultice is for inflamed e the pulp be Itulgapplicd without any intervening Substance In Lincolnshire ling applesbound inaeyes while a famous of haleparingwhen the party goes to hedut sightriTo Tist E DaRoDissolve in cold p of two tublcspoonfula to 5OIfreshIn Jn egg old will sink more slowly and wit not touch the bottom of the vessel an ondhow n little above the lurInceI The elder titegg the lighter it ill froat and the more it will stand Ion end Boston Traveler Welsh Rabbit Jratc mild cheese to goIts8altttpOonfulcayenne Heat all in n double boil rr add three well beaten eggs nn stir constantly until the mixture is twforover thin slices of hot toastin tCRontovlnG Mud Stains To remove mud steins first dr and then try brushing with a stir brush If the spot remains dip a piece of linen in strong alcohol am rub till the spot disnppeurs Thi will remove mud silk n nitTo Keep Cheese Moist cleanI bagjMock Maplo Sirup I sirupisgranulated white rand dark hOn sugar add onehalf the quantity of water and boil until it is of th 3 desired thickness When cool add three drops of Vanilla extract eapBuick coffee that bus been strain freoIanitoTo Brighten Zinc Make a paste of sifted woodnshes tho finer the better nnd kcr and apply with n piece of soft nnnel Leave the paste sn for an hour or two and polish with soft flannel Removing Warts Trim the warts with a sharp Iiiapplyer Repeat the application everyday warts have pcared a r j I I caused by Indigestion If you eat e toId shortness of breath rapid heart beats heartIthe to heart This crowds tho heart and inter ofItlKodolFor Dyspepsia offIthobodyStomach Inflammation of the mucous Diiestivoh Of tho Stomach maidnar EmsllylaotaboaleolKodotendltaarametmm s uslne a few bottles I am cured MRS LORIHO IIICHOLS Penn Yen N Y I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I DyspepsiaCureD KAUBLE Utnft O Divests What You Eat rKtlUm Il41ltttl I T r lUnuh Wick I LIn i cf ra i rte I I rpan4 at the I crab LbIIhCebfraaa 17 Nola by Z WAYKK UIUarlNI REAL ESTATE If you have a farm town lot dwelling or any other Real Estate firndyouhaveBargainsA30 acres timber J miles from Greet anriverm froilesm McHenryckportHas good five room dwelling barn x5O plenty of water small orchard pr 900- Splendid two story dwelling with hailslanlotI good water Price reasonable froOnem Hartfordon the Hartfordand Poin Pleasantpublic road known as the Jared Tichenor or Ogiesby farm con listing of 93 acres good hill land i od dwelling fine young orchard 0 best of water good small barn aIat bargain adjaceridbottoms all cleared good orchard o good wells price reasonable a rgain for some one further infor ation furnished on applicationi 100 acres 1 mile from the Court BeaveIr tion 40 acres in meadow outbuildingsseasy any further information fu shed on application- A j twenty acre tract two miles North from Hartford on the Owens vithins i t neighborhood good barn and outI buildings moderate dwelling and a fine well of water A bargain at 500 I 200 acres of fine farming land at brancf1 It ttom 70 to SO bushels of corn per acre About GO acres in timber Three dwelling houses- Good well water and early orchard Terms onehalf cash balance o I JJasyNew two story frame dwelling in Hartford Six rooms two nice halls SyiIList your property with us We will find a buyer BURNETT X SMITH Republican Office Hartford Ky h THE REPUBLICAN prepared to do our Job Printing in firstclass manner I Cumbeland TELEPHQNEI l beres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone in my residence and huIncreaseder heard to grumble nbout the Tele andtT J JUORGHN Mgr Chio County DIlingoAttorneyIliirniM Clerk Prank L Delis Matter Com RIIOraaIollarllday In March and August and continue three weeknnnd third Monday In May and November two week Shfoul JWCourt convenes ant Monday In each month MondayeJannaryTueeday ShreySAllenCorooerJTuctlcaa Coiirto 498eptambererer June3Septemlter Seplemr tSeptemberII H Chamberlain lledaMarch Jun e September 28 December 29 Herbert Itendir rtownolerch 30 lope29 September December 30 John It Mlles Itorltport March 31 June 10 September 30 December 31 Hartford Fcllc Court AttorneyTenon second Monday lneochmant- DtZsi iouo Corvlcca Sundayeachieeon I IrarrmeetlngeverWPdndnrflVimlug Dnptlut Church Serrlceibeld Saturday be Snndaynlgband DUtdnrllaotorC 1 Church Servlren lint Sunday In each UarnedlaetorSchool TruitHM Hartford M Crowe J S UlendletauCHjr Council 3 H Vllllami Mayor CU BIendllonUr J1r Taylor Qacxat Cocictlon Frldayulghtaln SAalaaoneareMonday MeccaLereevery YylharnesteereryTnexdaynfght regnlxrfaeetloAnonth Southern Railway Shortest ani Fastest Lines 1IO LonisvilleDanvillc aril Lexington 10 Louiss un tile WestT- wo Fast Trains Daily running throughsolid from Danville to St Louis without change with connecting cars from Lexington as follows Lve Lexington 546 a m mLveArr St Louis C12 p m ObseryalionLve Lexington A li00 p m mLveArr St Louis 732 a m sPullman Sleeper and Free Reclining Chair Car Most direct line to Chattanooga Atlanta Knoxville and all South eastern points including Asheville ofIend 2 cent stamp for Land of the Iy Booklet and other illustrated LwKyII pit LJIll IllA234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C H HUNGERFORD e 234 Louiflvrtr1RevJC C Sttr sited her r i SundarIt iho has beentSu nbe tor TIlE better C tl f r Irj E Republicatp i FRIDAY NOVEMBER23 DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES Official CountMakesFewChangts In Majorities and Result Remains Same 1 The Democratic State Executive Committee met at Frankfort Tuesday and canvassed the returns from the primary for State officers arid United States Senator held Nov n1 bar 6 The official count makes a slight change in the majorities off several of the candidates Imt not change is made as to the results as already announced The official count shows the following result United States SenatorJ C W Beckham over McCreary by 11117j majorityGovernorS W Hager over Hays by 30882 majorityITrimbleno opposition AuditorH S Bosworthno Ope position i Secretary of StateHubert Vree landno opposition OJJfIOsitionNewman over Crenshaw Superintendent W byL320I over Gullion by 5574 Attorney GeneralJohn K lIen i rick over Carter by 33550 majority r Clerk of the Court of s JI Chenaultno oppositionI Nov 20Carl Robison went to j Louisville last Wednesday where bet has gone to work W D McElhinny Central City was here last Wednesday Miss Lucye James visited in Cen tral City last Wednesday LcitclriielJjwas r Geo A Barnes Beaver Dam was f here last Friday f VUSIherew J Mercer was in Central CHH last Saturday Me D Fair was in Hartford last SundayDr B Innis was in Hartford yesterdayRobert McDowell was in Contra I idayS B Gray Louisville was here today IijHnesLewis Keowii left today for Otv i cniboro where he has gone to work Theo Hess has moved from Tny lor piney to this place where is now working i RUMS HORN j Unique Instructive Inspiring This is the verdict J wherever the Rams Horn eaT t1Courti IAdmissIOnChildren 10 cents MATANZAS I thgatheringa great lead of the corn on Green I and Rough rivers and their tributaries i is under water The indications now are that the water is going to get very high Miss Nora Bennett returned other home here last Sunday fromSma hous where she spent a week with i relatives t Mrs J P Tiehenor who has been t very sick for three weeks is akin better Mrs A B Tichenor is on the sid i list this week- Raymund Nail who has been quite sick is hotter Editor C E Smith and wife IIurti J fort were the guests of relatives here at finv days last week I Rev B F Jenkins filled his regu jlar appointment at the Baptist church here last Sunday College Notes on up ttf Tiney Yeiser entered schooJ j asked a s f looking onnt Of the recent rain 1 Oh Iwhave j t thilIdnV1r A 1 IetUf at Mt Pleasant schoolhouse i Friday evening give Ott Saturday evening he will a lecturp at Oak Grove bear Crom vrelL His subjects are cm education Jal evils The Adelphians nre progressing rarely One new member was re1 celved at its last meeting Presi dent Bennett and Sergeantat arms Martin have put the Jid on The following pupils led in their respective classes under Mrs Gray for the first quarter Those under Prof Gray were given last week Cicero Golda Cecil Casar k Bennett Beginning Latin SadieIHenry English Literature Bennett American Literature Henry Grammar Thos Hamilton General History Elsie Matthews i Elocution Irene Miller Mrs Gray says that all of her pupils have done well for the first 1 quarter i Last Excursion to Indianapolis r and Return BIG FOUR ROUTE I rSunday Nov 25th Special train j leaves 7th St Union DepotLouisvill- ep j So clock a m Returning train leaves Indianapolis Union Depot at i 7 oclock p m Get tickets at City Ticket Office j 25SMth Ave and at Depot S J GATES Gen Agt u NO 5792 of the condition of 1Retort NATIONAL BANK i Of Hartford at Hartford in the State of Kentucky at the close of Business Nov 12 1906 iI II RESOURCES Loans and discounts 8357065 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 1319I U S Bonds to secure circulation 2500000 Banking house furniture and fixtures 163700 Debts in Suit 42075k Due from National Banks not reserve agents 5730G2 Due from State Banks and j t Bankers 44950 Due from approved reserve agents 1353705 Chocks and other cash items 84CO Notes of other National Banks 43000 j i Fractional paper currency i nickels and COts 4433 LAWFUL MONEY KKSCRVB IN BANK viz t 509000 II tender 672000 notes lttWOO JIE Redemption fund with UtS Treasurer 5 per i 1cent of circulation 125000 j Total 13893769 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 2500000 Surplus funds 1000000 Undivided profits less ex 4 penses and taxes paid 33640 I National Bank notes out 25000001indiviJual to check 3174402 certificates of deposit 4082047 other than those above stated 916 n 13893769 of Kentucky J County of Ohio i s3 II 1 J C RileyCasliier of the above j namld bank do solemnly swear that e above statement is true to the iIi of my knowledge and belief J C RILEV CashimI Subscribed andsworn to before me this the 17th day of Nov 1906 JNO T MOORE Notary PublicIMy commmission na expires January 18 mos Correct ttcstiG B I Z WAYNE Gnuiw J Directors ArvIN ROWE I THE SINGER I I OR Wheeler Wilson Iu If in need of a Singer or Wilson Sewing WheelerIF bring one to your house yos the work and make prices to I inift the times on easy payments JAio have repairs for all makes of machines Office at my residence Center street Your patronage i ISoGeitoS J C BENNEITI j inglma THE LEADERe 5 5 5 Mufflers as is or old to it looks a Price Woolen Shirts Sweaters a or si If you ill lot us t ou We these in color and sire 1 to u T aITre nre hdmnlPnlnq I tn1fl trrnnn A Mteiiiilal InV rite00 t c II Ct II ilTV f F fly J v of f Krcncrll twllml oar trill n I IU1Lsiicmjcsslililo anunlrui4 d m If rt41 rtSTE1n9 II I 1111 V lIU I ldnbrtJ OrIt- Cawlful throw Admin lh+ r i1 lrfrYUd ft1Ienl II Ii I J APMS TOO co Cnl r Er1 f1 Moulding Yellow Paroid and in anything may need in building line will saw your logs plane your lumber Call and see BKOS Hartford Kyi PRICE THE REPUBLICAN- And Owensboro Daily Inquirer I if paid at this before Christmas pa1 one year for 310 For the last five years store has been known as the leader in Mens Clothing and Furnishings of Hartford It does not only mean that we carry the largest stock of Clothing but also keep the best quality and latest styles and sells at the most reasonable prices When you buy a Suit or Overcoat here you get a ment that has good material and is made up right The Clothing is manufactured by the best and most reliable concerns in the United States and you stand no chance of not getting your moneys worth Our Suits are strict ly guaranteed to hold color shape sewing and to wear good They from 10 to 20 handsewed button holes full padded shoulders hair lined front which prevents coat from losing shape and the best of linings are put into these garments Suits from to 10 peo pie of means andwho do not wish to more a Suit We have an elegant and nobby selection of Suits and Overcoats at to 10 They give you good satisfaction and your moneys worth How about that boy of yours Have you bought him a Suit yet Bring him in and let us show you our stock of Boys Suits They are well worth looking atfor when you look at them it means that yoir will purchase because the quality and style and the reas onable price we offer is very tempting take pleasure in trying a Suit on him Drop in and we will prove it to you Price 150 to Wo have just received lioautiful sortment of WHYS Mulllors in iawy stripes blade white brown and other solid colors This what every person of both sex young ought wiar keeps you from catching cold dressy and in plan of Sweater 25c and oOc Top and Do you need Woolen Top Shirt Woolen Sweater dllcollle and show our assortment have recjvela new Slippynl goods laltIalld can satisfy your desires quality price Price 2 50 Wiilllrrl ntllnlre r pM sxnvis GAD USA Etc Pine Ceiling Roofing short the We and usIBEAN SPECIAL ON offico Both pers only this gar range for moderate pay for will We serves Metal We Dont Forget Your Feet We are great friends with the human foot Why Because we carry a large stock of Shoes that arc made fur comfort that is what the fat t likes the best Style that is what ycu like the beet and good wear and low price that Is what the pocketbook likes the best So these youVeus a trial How About a Hat Dont forget that we sell the Swan liiMiitl Hats the heat Hat made lily popu ShnisIXarrow prints null in fuel any shape lInt you are looking fur151 to 3in We have thef U Stutson in dilleiviil shapes at 350 to nO Underwear When you think of Iliderwiar think of US for W1C have a large supply in this line in Woolen and Cotton Wrights Health Natural Wool Sanitny Ilnce Hoary Itibbed in dilliicnt minis Wo alo have them for women and chidren ode to SH50 per Suit SAM BACH HXtfOFdIKr PICTURE SHOES THATS what many of our new Queen Quality might fitly be called The makers of Queen Quality Shoes have long enjoyed worldwide renown for the beauty and originality of their shoe styles But this seasons models with their new toeIshapes new heels and new patterns set a still I mark We only ask the opportunity of showing the new styles and demonstrating their superior style and fitting qualities Prices are 400 350 and 300 I E P BARNES BROS L 1 n Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN N SrP I zo Roy D TRIP rlcou LOUISVILLE ro TAMPA i 1 PUNTA CORDA ST PETERSBURGORLANDO Antl many other points in FLORIDAIVI- ASouthern Railway Arm Union and Crescent Route Nov 20thAlso Low Homeseekers Rater on i November 6th and 20th to points e in Tennessee North Carolina South j Carolina Mississippi Alabama GeorgiaFlorida Texas Indian Ter ritory Oklahoma Teritory Kansas Nebraska and Colorado Tickets first class allowing liberal stopovers in each direction and goodi daysFor com 1 address1A234 Fourth St Louisville Ky r C H HUNGERFORD D PA Ij 234 Fourth St Louisville Ky 3 J C Bean Jr A G P A ft St Louis Mo t t 1J 1t