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I I 1 itt Mtxrtferb flqubiicaut Td Fine Job Work a SpecialtyIfIT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN THE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL uiIIART1iORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 30 1906 No 20 PROGRESS OF EQUITY tit Outlined by National Secreta L ry C II Taylor Points Out How Dumping Pres ent Crop Retards Sale of Pooled Tobacco 1 desire to say here that whenever this organization becomes anything else than a farmers business asocia tion it will have outlived its usefulness and the moment the plansj ur sued by tho members diverge from safe and conservative business princi pies the organization will become less thin a business association and unworthy of support I would be glad to know that the action of the men who arc selling could be justified that they have a just causo and saflkicnt reason for selling now and placing stumbling Iocks in the way of the organization t for they must know that before we can sell we have to climb over every load they put on the market If absolute necessity impels these sellers I have no criticism to make And I hereby challenge in all fairness- and friendliness any person who is now selling to show why he considers his action justified And it appears to me that if such action cannot be justified the sellers are doing them selves as well us others an irrepara injuryWe organized to sell our to bacco We can sell and get just as much if not more thait wo could get without organization And it is perfectly plain that with the percent age we now control we can compel the buyers to pay all there is in the crop allowing them an equitable profit also- Under there conditions it is all the Imore astonishing to see men betraying their commercial savior for a few ready shekels of silver I feel that the principle of the thing is all wrong and being in this move heart and soul on business principles and from beneficent motives I will nev er be satisfied as long as a single bUSi11ness cheer So far we have been getting ten to oneten loads of Equity to one load of outsiders and similar expressions come from Ohio Han cock and Daviess counties Presi dent J W Dunn says that the larg est tobacco delivery made during thehistory of Whitesville was made last Thursday Next Monday the McLean county houses wilt open Also fie houses in Muhlenberg county S B Lee has received over 75000 pounds at the new Equity house at Narrows One at Magan and one at Fordsville will open at once Soit seems that we arc go jThg to get the tobacco On the other hand let us see what we are doing with the tobac co we have gotten heretofore It is being sold from time to time and were it not for our misguided fel lowmen who have fed the fire all along it would all have been sold ere this But notwithstanding our handicap we are selling some with bright prospects for large sales to follow I have been reliably inform ed that the entire holdings of reck ridge countys 1904 crop has been sold And I am also reliably inform ed that as soon as the 1904 crop is out of the way the 1905 crop will move quickly at our prices- I do not for a moment believe that the dumpers are dishonest or mean Far from it I feel that they do not understand and I would like to have them study over the lines of the Scotch bard who first wroteMans inhumanity to man makes countless thousands mourn C HAYES TAYLOR Among tbe Lodges At the regular meeting of Rough River Lodge No 110 X of P Tuesday night the following officers were elected for the next semi ari l nual term Chancellor Commander C M Barnett Vice Chancellor John W TaylorjTCeeper of R and S 0 r CM Crowe Prelate E W Ford Master at Arms J C Her M of FI J IL Williams M of E Sam Bach Inside Guard Geo Lewis Outside Guard K D Walker Mastir of WISwill be work in the second Irhere ranks next Tuesday evening Arc1ljMasons panions are urged to attendIThe Masonic next Monday night it being the regular monthly session The Ladies of the Macrabees willI elect officers at their regular meeting Friday night December 7 at which time a full attendance is requestedas there is other im portant business to he transacted In our lodge notes last week we gave Thursday night the 29th inst as the time for election of officers by the Maccabees This informa tion was furnished us by the Record Keeper lIe now informs us that he was in error It should have been Thursday night December 6 At i I that time thu lodge will also give aI turkey supper I SPECIAL THAINI Loaded Entirely With Prisoners and Federal Guards Leaves Washington forAtlanta Washington Nov 27A train articular unique in the annals of railroading left Washington at 245 oclock this afternoon for Atlanta It was a special prison train of five ordinary day coaches over the Southern railway the passengers being eightyseven Federal prisoners from various State penitentiaries in the Eastern States and fortyseven guardsThe train will arrive In Atlanta tomorrow about noon and the con victs will be transferred to the Unit ed States penal institution there which recently was thrown open to Federal prisoners from all parts of the country Last night and this morning the prisoners were assembled here under the guard of United States Mar shals and deputies Fifteen of the convicts came from Pittsburg ten from Auburn N Y twentyfour from New York City six from Northern New York eight from Boston nine from Trenton N J eight from Philadelphia and seven from Baltimore On the train they were handcuffed in couples each pair being allotted four scats so that they might matte the long trip of 648 miles in comfort and bo able to obtain some sleep The prisoners ranged in age from nineteen to seventyfiveyears Arrangements were made to give the guards and prisoners supper at Lynchburg Va and breakfast to morrow at Central S C Ike AdairLeaves Property To Wire The will of Ike Adair who died at Fordsville last week leaves most of his property to his wife and daughter This statement fs given out by members of the family the will not yet having been offeredfor probate He leaves 1000 to his mother Mrs Sarah Adair The electric plant at Hawesville is be queathed to his sisters Mrs Mary Whitworth and Miss Dodd Adair He left 100 each to the Methodist and Babtist churches of Fotfsville and the Catholic church at Hawes ville Marriage License The following marriage license have been issued since our last report William H Curtis Reynolds j age 29 to Cora Martin Fordsville age 22 Qeo W Kane Beaver Dam age 28 to Verna Stevens Beaver Dam age 23 J T Miller Narrows age 27 to Eva Toms Narrows age 15 Raymond Phillips Hartford age 23 to Dena Httdson B daage21 William Fields Central City age 23 to Bertie B Robertson McHenry age 22 C G Bennett Beda age 22 to Ora Tanner Heflin age 20 SENSATIONAL TRAGEDY John Hill Iills David Glenn In Daviess County A Woman the Daughter of Hill the Cause of tbe Aw ful Crime IThe most sensational tragedy in recent years in Davies county oc curred shortly after D oclock Satur andjfrom Cleopatra where John Hill plunged a knife into David Glenns heart killing him instantly The tragedy it is alleged is the result of too intimate relations between Glenn and Hills daughter The affair occurred just at thu close of church at Cleopatra and a great sensation was created in the neigh borhoodMrs Brooks over whom the kill ing occurred left the home of her parents Saturday afternoon stating that she was going to spend the i night at the home of her cousin 1C is said that David Glenn sent Ed j BrookSltoMr Hill had gone to church and at once sum pected that she would meet GlennI In company with J R Hill left his home hoping to reach the church before the services ended He did not succeed in reaching the t church before the meeting was over and met his daughter in a buggy j with Glenn lie stopped Glenns horse and told his daughter to get out of the buggy and get in his bug j gy Barnes also left Hills buggy The young woman obeyed the com mands of her father Mr Hill was standing by the side of the buggy talking to Glenn It is said by Barnes that they were quarreling Suddenly a knife blade gleamed j in the moon light and in an instant j it was sunk into the body of Glenn who was still seated in his buggy With a groan the man sank to tht bottom of the buggy and then fell to the ground The horse became restless and started to run wheels of the buggy passed over hiI body Mr Hill then got into his buggy with his daughter and drove j home On examining the wound jt I was found that the knife blade had penetrated the heart I Mrs Brooks is the wife of JamesI Brooks of Owensboro It that she has not lived with her hus band for the past three months It is understood tint there were many rumors in the Cleopatra neighbor hood of the alleged intimacy of Mrs Brooks and Glenn Glenn was widower and leaves six children He had many relatives in Owensboro and Daviess coun ty He lived on a farm in McLean county just over the Daviess county line In the past he has borne a fairly good reputation He was between thirtyfive and forty years of age Mr Hill is one of the best known farmers in Daviess county He declined to make a statement of the affair previous to the Coroners I inquest saying that he would tell all at the proper time Hill was held over to the grand jury by County Judge Owen Wed nesday morning His bond was fixed at 1500 which he readily gave and was released His sureties on his bond are M M Hill J J McIntyre and D C Robertson Mr N C Daniel Dead Aftersuffering intensely from the effects of fractured leg sustained the 14th inst Mr N C Daniel died at his home at Beaver Dam Wednes day evening as a Result of the in jury His remains will be interred at Green River cemetery this morning Funeral services will be conducted by the Cromwell Masonic lodge of which he wasa member assisted by members of the Hartford and Beaver Dam lodges Mr Daniel was a man of wide influence for good in Ohio county and especially in the neighborhood y t4 r of his residence At the breaking I out of the war of the rebellion he volunteered his services to the Government I as a private in the Federal army in which capacity he served during nearly nil of the war period In 1893 Mr Daniel was elected Assessor of Ohio county being a candidate on the Republican ticket that made the first sweeping victory in the county He served with the highest efficiency as Assessor for I four years not standing for re i election Mr Daniel was born andI reared in the Cromwell neighborhood and resided there during his entire life except the past three f years during which time he resided at Beaver Dam RESORT TO INJUNCTION Do Tobacco Growers to Prevent Owners of Pledged Tobacco From Selling Owensboro Ky Nov 28Suit has been filed here by the American Society of Equity in the Daviess Cir cuit CouH against Boyd Bristow a tobacco planter ami who it is claim ed is a member of the society to cropIin the suit Is a representative of the tobacco trust in Owensboro The action is in the form of an injunction and it is claimed that Bristow as u member of the society had pledged his crop to the pool and that by selling to one of the trust I representatives he had failed to keep his contract It is stated that this is the first time this method has I been employed to prevent members of the tobacco association from dis posingof their crops outside the society There is a big fight on here be tween the growers and the buyers and in order to prevent any further actions of a like character the auction warehouse in Owensboro will in the future sell the tobacco by numbers insteai of in the name of the man who owns the crop h I Notes From The HB L Never in the history of the Hart I ford Business Institute has the work been so encouraging as now New students are entering and the old I students are putting forth every ef fort to prepare themselves for the many positions that are open to effi cient bookkeepers and stenogra phersMiss Ethel Westerfield left Tues day for Williams Mines to take the I place of stenographer with the Wil i Hams Coal Co in the absence of I Miss Lula Walker Calls are made upon us for office howIItionsby the first of the year Some already have lucrative positions awaitingthem demnnd1fornever was there such an army of earnest young men and young women entering our Business Col leges all over the country as are too day to prepare themselves for a suc cessful business career Farmers Institute Owing to the high water and the j fact that yesterday was Thanksgiving day only a small crowd was in attendance at the Farmers Institute Assistant Commissioner of Agricul ture R C Crenshaw Frankfort Ky W M Cook of Camden Ohio and E S Good of Lexington Ky were present to instruct the farmers along lines of modern and improved methods of farming stock breeding and the utilization of farm land and farm products 19o j ice There will be a meeting of the Grain Growers Association of yhio County at Hartford on the 8th day of December 1906 at 10 oclock a m All local unions of the AS of E are entitled to one delegate Those interested will please bo on hand J P AUSTIN Pres Prentis Ky ADJOURNED PREMATURELY Did Court Because High Water i Interfered With Attendance- of Witnesses c The Ohio Circuit Court adjourned Monday after being m session only highI ing brought to a close so soon it being impossible for litigants and wit nesses to reach Hartford The fol lowing business was transactedafter wejast issued Wm Render of color vs McHen ry Coal Company verdict of jury 600 for plaintiff Mary Hoskins vs Ed Cooper Jr by agreement of parties hereto this action was dismissed the defendant to pay all costs except plaintiffs witness fees It is said that a com promise was effected out of court by the defendant paying plaintiff 250Comth vs John Huling charged with assault and battery plea of guilty entered and fined 50 to be worked out on public highway if not paid or replevied Comth vs George Dodson judg ment against J S Young for 50 and costs of the forfeiture of said Dodsons bond for whom said Young was surety Comth vs Forrest Weath rsplCaI of guilty entered and fined 20 The grand jury returned nineteen indictments classified as follews Disturbinsa lawful assembly 1 maintaining a nuisance 1 petit larceny 1 malicious wounding 1 using abusive and insulting language IIfurnishing liquor to a minor 3 shoot ing and wounding 1 assault and battery 1 unlawfully taking saw logs Ij unlawfully selling liquor 2 railroad failing to sound whistle 1 shooting with intent to kill 2 car rying conceale a deadly weapon 3 CERALVO Nov 27Miss Betsy Rowe is visiting Miss Una Fulkerson Mrs Juda South rd of Broadway is at the bedside of her brother Mr Sam Smith Miss Mattie Herrel Rock port is visiting her cousin Miss Mabel Gar rettMiss Grace Reneer Rochester is the guest of her sister Mrs Jess Ev erlyThe town serenaders were out Saturday night with some good musicOppie the sevenyearold son of Mr John T Rowe was buried here November 23 Mrs Anna Nourseand two daugh ters Misses Pearl and Jessie Cen tral City visited relatives here re centlyGreen river is higher than ever was known before at this time of year and has done great damage Messrs Mose and Press Smith are at the bedside of their brother Mr Sam Smith Dr E W Ford Hartford was here Friday The Ceralvo Comedy Company will give an entertainment here Saturday night December 1 Mr Sam Smith who has ben sick for sometime isimproving In Memory of CH Hatcher Mr C H Hatcher one of the old est and most highly respected citi zens of Ohio county passed away at his home at Rockport November 13 Ho was 83 years 4 months tind 27 days old He professed religion 19 years ago and was a faithful consistent Christian until deadHisfuneral was conducted church by Rev WheeleraftSr which tho burial took place at Pond Run He was the father of eleven children all dead but four and had nineteen grand childrenand nine greatgrand children Dr Powell Ginnot See Govjnnr j Because Rey E L Powell the foremost preacher in Louisville declared he doubted the Sincerity of Gov Beckharft on the liquor quesI tion he has been notified that he cannot call at the Executive office at Frankfort This Jrtfr the I CourierJournal to oTer QA L HIlIotw JIt ing stinging rebuke to the Governor And now Governor Beckham draws theine on Dr Powell The trouble with the Governor is that antagonizeshim with an unworthy motive This mode of dealing with critics and criticism is common to Bosses Bum blebees and n Billy goats LAZY MAN To Be Sold to The Highest Bidder at Elizabeth town Elizabethtown Ky Nov 26 Going going gone With upraised mallet the sheriff of this coun ty will this week auction off Dock Auberry a shiftless white man who refuses to work Auberrys services will go to his purchaser for the period of nine months The proceedings will be under the State vagrancy law which is called into use so little that action under it invariably attracts attention He was tried last week and convicted being found by the verdict Strong ablebodied with no visible means of support and too lazy to work FOR THE BUSY READER In a congratulary speech to the officers and men of the battleship Louisiana upon which he made the trip to Panama President Roose opportunities10r W D Boyce a Chicago publisher has surprised the Postal Commission at Washington by presenting a prop osition to take over the postal busi ness of the country and operate it uncerGovernment Lee Turner of Quarter House fame in whose blind tiger saloon thirtyfive men have been killed has l1aking half of temperance in the fight against saloons in that county 11II John Rooney a prisoner in the- Beattyville jail stabbed and almost instantly killed Charles Boyd a negro also a prisoner during a Y fight over a game of cards The dead man was confined under sentence of five years in the peniten tiary for criminal assault At Beattyville Lee county Tues day Mose Feltner of Hamilton 0 formerly of Breathitt county was dismissed by Circuit Judge Riddleon charges of confederating to secure the assassination of Judge James Hargis the case having beencalled three times and the Commonwealths witnesses failed to appear HERBERT Nov 26 Farmers are very busy delivering tobacco at the pooling house at Whitesville Mrs Will Miller and children Ow ensboro were the guests of uncle E i Miller Saturday night Mrs Bine Cooper Owensboro is the guest of her brothers D A and R M Miller iMiss Maggie Chambers Wished her parents Sunday Van Baker Floral was in this place Sunday Miss Mattie Milligan is visiting in Owensboro Hardin Floyd moved near Whites ville today Little Virginia Chambers and Mabel Corley are quite sick An infant child of Emo Crowe died last night Mrs John Griffin wa buried at Panther Creek cemetery last Sunday Mrs ZocftTord is at the bedside of LoydfwhoMisses fier and Mabel Miller are visiting relatives in Whitesvile and attending the revival at the Baptist church conducted by Rev Nowlin of Owcisboro Miss Matte Barnott visited her sisle AIw Flora Hawkins Sunday tj dn4 Ed Miller who has been trsick for some time is no better 4 t- Y w T FffllEM NO LOI6EL GettirwFair Prices for Totac co Due to A S of E EsjeciaRy is This the Case in Tile Kentucky Mar kets Getting fair prices is no longs a problem with the tobacco raisers of the south and especially in lie hooky says UptoDate Farming 1iSociety of Equity organisation is so strong in this State now that no combination of capital tots gOT mment reports or manipulsiors cat beat down the price It B in ojxnation now and a success from cvy point of view On Burley JeaTithe price has been fixed f thiE years crop at 15 cents potrni and on dark the pricer profcifoly bo 10 cents although this figine has not yet been definitely deodd upon ThE growers are in command of the srtzation and their good is dnf entirely to their o the 11 S of E system of marketuTg and io the thoroughness with which it orgmization campaign hashren conducted all over the state It is juet altJt the most popular thing in Kentucky Straw show which way the ROES ad little things testify to the whirlwind success and popularity of the Society and its system of meting ar wherever it is given a fair test These southern tobacco growers art jubilant over their success in finally being able to name the price of their own product They certainly have achieved something worth talking about but it outrage that it should be nreessa ry to make any effort at nil in vrder that a man who produces a thing may have a right to name the price at which he will sell it The farmer is practically the on producer who is not allowed to do S his own thinking He is to always ask at what price he sell and also at what price he buy When at the request of wife he stops at the general tore j for a few yards of muslin he a what do you want for it pays the price And when lio up with a load of wheat or potatoes she tks what are you giving for itT The farmer it seems has ape to he a perpetual question marl lint he is getting tindof this he2d you win tail I lose garse Hets actually getting busy right tow on a square deal propositira aad is hound to win out The potato raisers of the North the wte growers of the West and the tez co growers of the South are ym ins that it can be done The grow 2reof fruit and other grains a cotton will soon follow their 1 The movement is gaming btMYiI everybody is catching the stEp TIC dCl is now invading the cotton rfJelds of the South in pnrtkula- wvhere the situation is ripe for wonderful organizationJL- et the cotton growers taw po- rto growers the wheat growerssmd the growers of every crop in fair America take a lesson from the fbacco growers and win their strl as completely and in the came way ilf the producers of this commodity Ahich is a luxury have won the tthe others who has the adsolutely necessary surely can and win win To protect the little ones and for Uhe information and satisfaction vf mothers the contents of each bottk 1t of that wonderful children rtme Jy Cascaswcet have been placed on every label Cascasweet 5s it harmless compound of vegetable extracts that is wonderful in its bear thcial effects on the stomachs of babies and children Recommended red sold by all Druggists To Grow Gold lXw York ArnrrlaiuJ All that glittery is notgoM hut itwo Americans chemist now lay ir claim to having found the missn link of science that will penrit then to transform the baser tee- 1als into substance in search lcwhich men have penetrated thesncw white North of Alaska and thciluert cit darkest wilds of Africa No longer perhap will thcrt lu great gold rushes to foreign lands nil longer lights for Prof Wiliuin Hatch of California says ht Ate iound one way of gmwinujjiiiV 5 aid John Ualfel of 101 VarickMrte a ibis city averts he bos rtq1bdit another trlr latch with thaailosztsb I jtzmss that be calls Hd radium I 10119 ie can convert capper in pore ggr1d in a triffiir matter of CEhteen weeks and that he can cbanzc seater into xc4 in fifteen months His system is ample He beifjts copper and dtasSroia togeth crin a sixfoot hole and lets the staytnerc foreighteen wwfcr Then he sDgs he digs ula a great gold nug get ft takes silver 00 year longer under the ground tD torn yellow w3tlica3istanceofProf Hatchs obJiging dJI1The Best treatromtfor indigestion an6 troubles of the stomach is to rest the stomach It can be rested by starvation or by arc of a good di fotsod n stamach At the proper tempera ture a single teaspoonftil of Kodol vnl wholly digest 3000 grains of food It will relieve the present a stomach in shape Ttoastisfaclorilp pentium its fun soillthhaert and dyspcjsrar Kodol made in strict conformity with the National Pure Food and Drug Law Seid by all Druggists ofQUAIL IN A COFFIN I Pennar Case Retorted by Gamel Warden Birifs Were ped as a furpsto Oirutburo MeecrJI0CfGame Warden lor is actively engaged these dayslpm looking after violatojs ef ga laws was notified yesterday that peculiar case had CeTdoped in Louis on Thursday JbeSt Louis game garden h bees annoyed by many reports violations of the game Jaw and sent several deputies out to starch in coming trains j anOne of the deputies more astuae than the others walked mto a ba gage car Thursday and among other things saw a coffin a very plain affair too On the lid was Elyid i fever I cfepurosy d lookhisim Then he flashed his Badge a containappeel lll en in and its contents ivher the train reached St Louis and now trouble is in store for the people tear she pnpeel the corpse C4D1Ortzis u I BeantteIbhxllrtkartilwats Boup 9iptwn 1d wantedccovme to mean a ua a s turhance presumably ta attract at Ui1e a and the taaslr suffers Gfwjrz3feredith see that the cause of Jhesuffragist wrato ill one m more stubhom The women arrested in Ehgfandwere treated as the vilest of criminals and no doubt got what thty wanted in the way of referee keattaching to themtThousands Dave Trouble and Dont Ettow Row 4aEtna OUt itIFill a bottle or cornrsio water and let It stand iwotvibun hours a I i Dens if It stains ymr linen It Is evidemn cf kid ilr back L al cnnvlncinff proof that fie Isfajs and bla dhntftoutcf There is often expressed last the great kidney removes fuKllb verla 1 atzr had effects folloelfirE arr of Ituor la durrg tau day and to art times jurinK the night ThemHiiand the expo or or r y druggieua f udr Iit S lau mlY have a same bouts of Ihls vardrful discovery feel a book that tells senllQtolulclv ItJing Sran rfJUT IeWlu1t hhriInbUllyn trplemtr oonJIJzeddfyourrdamrdlcincyc j AIn z Dr tonr popeOuthio Warn SwainpP W Dr sddceazlagkamtoY nIThe NO PRINTERS THERE- to But Bankers Lawyers Doctors Brokers Farmers and Me ebonies are Plentifule nThe Ohio Penitentiary News for many years a famous and flourishing daily paper published by convicts has suspended publication for the very good reason that there is not left in that big yeast institution a single man who can handle type There is not a printer in the Oh penitentiaryTthan twenty are there and more the way Several convict banks toaspare Enough lawyers are there to ton keon care of an enormous amount of leg business emiIrfnent y respecta e are n islacking Business men farmers mechanics and representatives of almost every other department of industrial ac tivity are common thereSBut thare is not The fact throws new light on character that has long been cam manly misjudgedIThe printer today is a home own r He is of fixed employment and is the head ofa family He iund always wasfar above the average man in informati nand intelligence All the notable events of human life pass through his histThe fact that more than penitentiarIry a one re l alive honesty of today and tells even more It tells us that the modcommon and dangerous crimes day are being committed not by ti gworld workers Here is our condensed opinion of Svruptconstipating especially those containing opiates Kennedys Laxa- r Use containing Honey and T tpis moves the bowels Contains no atopiates Conforms to the National brJeHow They Fleece Each OtherI It was a dull day in the Wall street brokers office The broker was sit j ting in his office shooing flies when j idea struck him Grabbingquick ly he captured one of them and daubing a little mucilajre on a piece of paper let the flys legs dangle inI it Then mounting a chairIplaced the fly carefully on Pretty soon a broker friend came in Jingo but this is dullsaid owner of the office stretching hi self and yawning If it wasnt fori jthe flies I would go to sleep But say he remarked brightC ening up Ill tell you what Ill doI See that fly over there on the wall Ill bet you 100 it doesnt move in five minutes Youre on said broker No 2I looking around at the other flies zing merrily bUZj He settled Goldtyas ss Mrs Lucia Wilke of Caroline Wis as did one 25c box of Bucklens Arnica Salve when it completely cured a running sore on her leg which had tortured her 23 long IfofBros Dru g tore Live Stock Notes IWe are not at a standstill w e are a good race in the mad rus or perfection and better breed great nt the hog industry seriousbout y e cCarethe head of the flock ofttimes doubles the profit made from the nIfcreases us it has in the past ten years I even five years there will be no anger of getting an over supply of i I The secret of growing a good first class calf is to never let it stunted becomej Damaged feed should not horses it will l as produce inflammation and other bowel troubles Ib and diseases kind of farm we have near ness market and our likes and dis 1 likes are all to be taken into consid of l 1Inheifers from good cows sired by good bulls In any herd the qunti ty of the calves must be maintained or the herd will decline We will not attempt to lay down any hard and fast rule as to how many sheep should be kept on any farm but we are firmly of the opin ioion that some sheep should be prof ablp kept on almost every farm hey will not only serve to keep the theyonwill also prove excellent scavengers for cleaning up the stubble fields after harvest and all the odd corners the farm alGood for everything a salve is used for and especially recommended for Detmarket for years and a standby in thousands of families Get De Witts Sold by all druggists- UBRCRIPTIONS COMING Substantial Interest is Being Sbown in Kentucky James Itown Exposition Exhibit Subscriptions have began to come into the headquarters of the Ken lucky Jamestown Exposition Com mission in Louisville and the work is now well launched All funds re ceived will be used in the construc tttjon ofa Kentucky building at Jamestown Va during next years exposition and in the collection transportation installment and main of exhibits the states pro ucts and resources tcThe canvass for funds which is now in progress is being thoroughly prosecuted in every section of the State and Kentucky will doubtless have distinction of the most unique State Building in the Exposition group It will be a replica of the historic Fort of Boonesboro and an architect now working on the plans of tha steructureThisbuilding in itself wE- eb an elaborate forestry displa the State All State Buildings will face on the beach of Hampton Roads where an elegant view of the sea with arriving and degarting can be had s9i Need a good cathartic A pill i Litir on the market Sold by a1 druggistsI Insurance Department of Kenj lucky 1906meInI surance Company located at pelier Vt is possessed of the actual capital required under the laws ofI this Commonwealth and has plied with all the requirements of said larva which are applicable to Life Insurance p IIIPrewitt Insurance Commissoner for pursuancIof this Commonwealth do hereby certify that C M Barnett and C E Smith of Hartford in the County of Ohio are authorized as Agents of the aforesaid Company to transact the business of Insurance foroneycar from Aug 11J06 in State as provided by the laws thereofIn Whereof I have hereunto subscribed myname caused my official Seal to be affixed on the day and year first above written PREwinsMatrimony Is Rewarded In order to influence their clerk to marry the firm of Swift Co will givo a wedding present of 50 to man in the employ of the coma upon the annonucement of his marriage The inference is that th services of married men are wort more to the company Stung All Around A barrister named Bushe was try tlBalonclose of the lawyers speech an ass a began to bray loudly outside the courtroom the window of which openedon a pasture Wait a moment said the chic One at a time Mr Bushe I you please The barrister presently had a good chance to retort When OGrandy 1 w i H y NHH MH eH I 28 YEARS i t t Of Honest Business Repu tation 3S Back of Every t MONUMENTSold t t GtO I L 1 Owensboro jll 412 414 E Main St J OWENSBORO iI1jS1e1SU11SPropsHOESEEKERS IGet Our Pricer and t HNMMw1N Money on GlTTHEBEST Recently EnlargedW- ITH 25000 New WordsNew Garetteor of tho World thesatedI NowDlocraphlcal DictionaryI rnntalnlnrtthonnmesotorerlalCOnutdttisiutt tdltMt T H II mil Jhn JtnCldttrldtutoiCummlxuouvroLducatlou 2380 Quarto S w FUUl OW IIlulrttlaUL PalosII Needed in InctlonerytatuJlipOrmpldtinMWt r al Mtir t tladUn 1 kEEDINmrytrrlnbLalnalnW rapak4- e G G C MERRIAM CO Publishers Sprlniflcld HI1 Thousands of Acres I tPorSale 1atreasonable price- Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTEIn Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansast most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeplne and tree recant Excurslonflretmonth Descriptive literature maps pamphlets folders lie on application TUWHSliBaat r tuna n 10 UiTTHEWS er Lgdaura tvaschargingthejury the ass began to bray this time ate greater distance from the courtroom window I best your lordships pardon said Barsister Uuscho may I ask you to repeat your last words There was such an echo about here that I did not quite catch that sentence Used to it On the railroad train theotherday man slowly came to his senses after along slumber wakehmiles beyond my station- I did try sir but the best I could do all I could get from you was childrenfminute CASTOR IA ChildrenfBought IBears the of Round trip rates TO THE SOUTH I at greatly reduced rates on the first and third Tuesdays of each month from points on the line of the Illinois Central R Rt in the North Your home iTickit Agent will give you a full particu lass as to ratw conditions and t ruin time but particular attention is IInIthe November Gth excursion one can visit the Alississippi Industrial Exposition that will bt held in Jackson the State Capital 10thInets Agricultural Machinery Live- Stock Dairy Products Vehicles SpeakersIonMusic Fire Works and a Pike theindustrial prnctlcaljyou to nn understanding of the marvelous resources of the South jingIllinoisCentrnladdressing either of the undersigned DPALoulsilJeJNO A ChicagoS The Youths Companion FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY IIof good reading equivalent to twenty 400page bookshistory fiction science biography pod ordinarilySt50 The Youths Companion and Announcement for 1907 will bej I sent to any address free otar Every New Subscriber who cut out and eeadt this slip at t onto with name And address and 1 KVFRILE thorelD1lnlnltJpt Christmas and New Years Double PourLealHS beetrU41111 1 16290 ln cashand many other tat JetnCIY 1 THE Yotmrs COMPANION BOSTON MASS New subscriptions received at this office I I ti4 c7 GREATEST OF EXPOSITIONS Janeslown TerCentennial y Commemorating Americas 300th Anniversa ry to be an Elaborate Celebration Of all exhibition held in the United States since the Philadelphia Centen tenniM in 1876 the Jamestown Ter Centennial to be held on the shores and waters of Hampton Roads near the cities of Norfolk Portsmouth fcinnd Newport News Va April 2li to November 80 1907 is to be the most unique and in originality and novelty will completely eclipse all previous Expositions The celebration commemorates the most important event in history the founding of the first English speaking settlement in America at Jamestown Va in 1607 where Captain John Smith and a small party of colonists established a village from which has grown Amer ica with nearly one hundred million population The celebration will show the remarkable position attain ed by the United States in history and education together with the marvelous industrial development and commercial expansion during three hundred years Contempora neous with thu Exposition will be Jheldon the waters of Hampton t Roads the greatest naval pageant ever witnessed in the world in which every type of war vessel from the navies of all the foreign nations will participateThe cover more than four hundred acres with two miles of water front facing the great est waterway in the world mid commands an unsurpassed view of innumerable points of national and historic interest More than twentyfive exhibit pal aces are now nearing completion They will be of semi permat ent eon struction and in appointments will excel any similar group of buildings ever erected Another attractive feature will be the government pleasure pier ex tending two thousand feet into Hampton Roads At either end it will be surmounted with light tow ers an1 a working exhibit of wire less telegraphy The entire struct uro will be illuminated by thousands of arc and incandescent electric lights affording an excellent view of the naval display Many reasons combine to make the celebration the most successful ever attempted and when President Roosevelt touches an electric button April 26 next year signifying the formal opening of the gates the thousands of visitors will not be disappointed in the wonders and attractions of the Jamestown Ter Centennial Fortunate Missourians When 1 was a druggist at Livo nia Mo writes T JDwyer 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 Nrew Dis coverv as the most wonderful medi cine in existence Surest Cough and Cold cure and Throat and Lung healer Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Druggists 50c and 1 Trial bottle free When To Give Their Handi There are a few people who have not suffered at one time or another by the offhand manner in which they were introduced to others This kind of introduction is likely to embarrass some people just as the careful and gracious introduction is one of the essentials in putting strangers at ease In introducing people the greatest care should be taken to pronounce both names distinctly If one name has escaped the introducers memory it is safest and best to excuse self and ask for the forgotten namej The most delicate sensibilities not be wounded by such a slip of memory for who is there who has not at some time or another quite says1Womans whether a woman should shake I preyr sented to her has been solved making It only obligatory for thei woman t6 offer her hand to the man c9 t d fi b t 5busuarYnem Trust to Nature A great many Americans both men and womiii uro palo puny with pour diYiiluUim bxtu +O they have 111- i i rout nl tlnir stomachs by tasty cntlnif slewhonemilit to home olllni or factory nod In treatedIntheir earlier mistakes Thu muscles In many such t In fact In every thin nod thinblooded Kron do their work wall imnt dllllcnfly As a result lastslungierfecthealthmusclo giionM tnkii from tho lilooij cer tain materials and return to It certain others It III necessary to prepare tho stomach for work of tak III up from tho foo1 what Is mvessary tv umko good- rich red blood Wo must gn to Nutiiro for tho remedy There wero certain roots known to tin Indiana of this country Iwforo tho advent of tho whites which later cnmn to tho knowledge of till settlers and which are nun prowlng rapidly In professional favor for the euro of ohHinaio itomach mil liver troubles Tliwo aro found to ho itafa and yet cer hrornllngITIetThem are Coldeii Seal root Queens root Stuns sat llloodroot Inllclrllko CherrybarkTimnative roots Slum extracted with c erine us a solvent make tho most reliaulo std elllclont stomach tonic mid liver in- vigorator when combined In just the right proportions as In Dr llrccs Uolden UllOIolr Where there Is bankrupt vitalitysuch as nervous tlon nutrition nnd thin bled tin hotly acquires vigor and tho nerves blood and tissues feel tho remedyAlthuuahaware of tie high medicinal vRlllo of the ftlxivo mnntlonetl few hivo used glycerine as a solvent and usually tlm doctors prescriptions called Ingnxllouu varying amounts mtth fIclllml Tho olden Medical Discovery Is a scientific preparation compounded of thin glycerlc extract of tho above mentioned vegetable Ingredients and no alcohol or harmful habitforming drugs when the occasion is informal and the man is being introduced to one person at a time When he is meeting a group of people it makes it embarrassing and awkard to shake hands withull A TRADE DRAWER Unique Plan to Attract People to Town to Their Profit A plan of drawing trade to a town that has been successfully rorkedat several pointy might be adopted at Hartford The plan is as follows An agreement was reached between all the merchants whereby they of fered special sales on certain days eachmerchant selecting some spe cial line of goods upon which he made a lower price than usual Thus one dry goods house would sell gloves at a special price while an other would offer bargains in dress goods One hardware merchant would reduce the price on skates Every line of business was represent ed and care was taken that no con flicts occurred Prizes were then offered to the farmer bringing in the best load of grain or the handsom est baby and bargain day was exten sively advertised in tlie surrounding conntry the names of the merchants and their special sales being in all cases stated The farmer responded in a most gratifyng manner and the merchants were well pleased with the plan The idea has beencarried put In several citie- sPUbmasttir r Robbed G W Fouls Postmaster at River ton la nearly lost his life and was robbed of all comfort according to his letter which says for 20 years I had chronic liver complaint which led to such a severe case of jaundice that even my finger nuils turned yellow when my doctor pre scribed Electric Hitters which cured me and have keptfme 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- Outranked a Real Princess While in London the sultan of Johore occasionally traveled at a speedy gait paying dearly for ac quaintance with stage beauties more than once Princess Henry of Bat tenberg mother of the queen of Spain was in u jewelers shop one day looking at some diamonds The proprietor regretted that the gems which she fancied had been reserved for a certain actress by the sultan Besides he added tl doubt if your highness would pay the price which the sultan offered We get 1500 for these jewels The prin cess who is not without a sense of humor laughed as she said No I could not afford such a figure It seems better to be a queen on the stage than to be a princess in real life JA l1r OEIXABew tea Nate AhB tliaaton r ce OLD STORY REVIVED I Discovery of Gold and Silver in Ky Mountains Revive Old Traditions The finding of so much goldand silver ore in Estill and Powell coun I ties whether in paying quantities or not revives the old story o Swifts silver and gold mines th relations of which naturally point to one or more of the fields now spokenI of According to tr story briefly runs about thus In the very earliest days of Ken nojj a a fellow by the name of Swift and a comrade were up in that section and once when night befell them they sought refuge under a cliff out of the path of Indians There they built up a fire against a large rock and cooked some of the wild game they had killed that day It being weather the firecool they kept i burning all night The next morn- Ing before departing they observed that a great deal of both gold and silver had been melted and run out of the rock and they picked a good sample of the metal and making j further investigation they found it i in great abundance They started for Lexington and j Swift being overly eager about the find killed his partner on the way to the settlement Swift was strick en blind shortly after his arrival and the samples of metal he brought proved to be exceptionally richSwift being blind could not re turn to this valuable find but told a number of friends that to reach j the mine they would come to the mouthof Lulbegrud creek and from there it would take from earlyt morning until about 2 oclock afternoon to ride horsebacl to the mmeIwill tally with the State Rock or the Statign Camp mine but findI the real truthfulness of the nothing is known and it Is possible that the whole story is a hoax stillf it will hold to confirm the belief the value of at least one of the recent finds The Farm Needs Sb epISheep are oftentimes spoken of as- a nuisance by some people but wiseI landowners give them being great renovators of rundown or worn out farms and even call them fertility conservers They are the latter and more too The life and habits of sheep make S yLIFE j Thats what a prominent Irtiggist said of Scotts rriilsion a short time igo As a rule we dont I use or refer to testimonials in addressing the public but the above remark and similar expressions are made so often in connection with Scotts Emulsion 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 action of Scotts Emulsion is no more ofa secret than the composition of the Emul sion itself What it does it does throughnourish mentthekind of nourish ment that cannot be ob tained in ordinary food No system is tooweak or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good from it we will tend you a sample Ittt Jppetv SCOTT BOWRE Chemists 40 Pearl St NY i5ac lilt stn aU drop r 4 them not only conservers of fertility but distributers oft where most needed if given an opportunity Though sheep are averse to water andalways seek an elevation for theIa fieldor pasture which has been en riched by the washing from the higher surrounding land sheepeonce came my sheepIclover did not catch and eagerly 1evouredany weeds or pigeon grass that had taken possession of the space They then sought the weeds and succulentgrass in the low places and runs in the fields leaving the clover on the high land where most needed to enrich the soil untouched only touching this grass when prac tically every thing else had been eaten More than this when night came the sheep sought the higher portions of the field for their resting place and their droppings there deposited the fertility grathered during the day from the lower land thus con veying back what had been washed away through the process of nature anti cultivation A farm upon whichsheep are kept ought to be not only fertile but also evenly desirIedfew which cannot with a profit keep sheep iDoaths from Appendicitis- decreases in the same ratio that the use of Dr Kings New Life Pills in dangeriI ing out of it Strength and vigor always follow their use Guaran BroIAll The Same thingIyour own master Second tramp Thats all very well But its darned annoying not toIlot now Io crxBelItU the Kird Yo Hate Ahm- ays611r IApple Orchard Land plentyiNeither the hills nor the stones will render the lands unfit for an orchard unless the hills are so steep as to prevent cultivation or such as will wash badlyorthe stones so plentiful as to interfere with cultivation but main considerations are the nature of the soil local conditions of drain age etc Apples do best on clay soil that is clayey loam underlaid with clay and limestone and suchare not apt to be found on gravelly or stony hills Highrolling land providing water and air drainage are preferred Level land will answer fully as well if the drainage question are provided for The very best land as well is the poorest sites for orchards are found in western and southern Wisconsin and in many cases less than onehalf mile apart the former on the high clay hillsi bordering on the river banks and the later in the black alluvial soils of the valleys DeWitts Kidney and Bladder pms act on both kidneys and liver and as a result afford the quickest relief from those troubles resulting from an excess of uric acid Such troubles as rheumatism backache sciatica etc are quickly relieved by a few doses of this modern remedy for the kidneys Sold by all drug gistIIFIThe Price of ProftclencyI Herkimer James the wellknown scientist was talking in New York about thebill Tof 25000 that Dr Frank Billings presented to the Mar shall Field estate It seems a big fee said Prof James But whenever physicians fees seem extortionate I think ofa certain famoiisjeye specialist A patient of this specialists coming to pay his bill growledIDoctor it thatoperIation My dearsirtheother answered i in learning to perform that opera tion in half a minute I have spoiled over eleven pecks of such eyes as yours maa wara wzaz m n a rua U omp Yt 1 I I111 11 1 rVThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has heatin use for ocr 30 years has borne the signature oe and modo under sonnl Infancy Allow deceive you tills All CoBHterfeits Imitations and Jostasgood but Experiment that trifle with and endanger tho health or Infants and ChIldrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare ItIsubstance Its ago Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fererishncss It cures Diarrhea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cares Constipation and It awhnilatca the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy aad natural sleep Tho Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS A Bears the Signature of r The KM You Halo Always Bought Use For Over 30 Years Tat ennauK comrun n WMUIT taeeftw TOM cm 1 y OUR CLUBBING RATES= I TIm REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125THE REiunwcAM and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE RErUitrrCAN and CourierJcmniaL 150 TUG REPUBLICAN ami St Louts GlobeDemocrat 175i THE REPUHMCAN anti Home and Farm 125 TIn ReiDBMCAK itnd Lippoiicotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE RWUHLCA and TwiceaWeekOwonsboroInquirer 175 TIm REI U UCAV and Daily Qwensboro Inquirer 370 Tire REIUBWCAW and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 TILE REiuiiLfCAX and NntionalStagazine 150 Ado ess all orders to THE REPUBLICAN RAND ALL T COLLINS Z WAYNB GRIFFIN When in Louisville STOP AT I Setiiiitigs EUROPEAN HOTEL The Home for Ohio County People Slo ant Clc11t 3o6ms and Polite Attention S W Coriwr Second awl Jeflerson Streets COLLINS GRIFFIN Props JS24 BUYS 44 LI SCHOLARSHIPuntil the 100 allotted tubeeoU at a dlsoonnt on occuunt of the oittiiing of our EruutlU Oal lego are aold enter any tuna DRAUGHONS THIRDdin t5611S300OooooCAPITAL fmtorsnl br tunlnnu men from Maine toOnllfornU IT yean imcnxu We lisa teach BY MAIL XVri to for price POSITIONS SCOURED MONEY REFUtCantor wad Cutnti ijetw It sad TRADL MARK 0a0a9 trOOIoN 1 ueoonUXi orr6 weamr PATLl1T THAT PAY dfBfaratamMaldsame upenxs tad fxj junto sans sol iIaraaa ch tor flue eras OQ s rat maetla auK PING HCFCHCNCEK rratmteBook oa ttoaent rwlaraeBO3BOK Seventh StrmtWASHINGTO DC Jus been his per supervision fdnco Its no one to In are Is Is Flatulency In l No rctaUon for t BIG FOUR J New York Central Line S t toJlndfenapelis f f f Chicago t Toledo P Detroit fINew York 1I Boston i And all other points East IInfo ation cheerfully fur CityTicket14 tag Fount avenue or write to I S J GATES GenI Agent Passenger Dept Louisville KJ KyIGeneral liasenger Agent Cincinnati 0 NtiN K11- ir psi Cursif Tawhat yav sat t t Hartford Republican Iunedhythe Ilntttonl rnlillfhlng CompanyK- iCORPdRAVKD i EIIIO4CDEL =PnOECIC- uzrat cla 34 Tough S + r FRIDAY NOVEMBER 30 We ore unthorliwl to Announce W W PAIIK of the nede Iruclnct aciindlilntffor KeprfMi tatlr In the lenernl Avsemblf Irom Ibis theMth district ubJect to the netloli of the ftepnbllea puts Examine tho label on your paper If It Is not correct notify us DOES the Governor intend tode fy both the saloon keepers and the preachers Did you relish that Thanksgiving dinner without having remembered the poor at your door DID you notice that Governor Bed hams Thankgiving proclamation j was more fervent than usual conIeludedjust as honorable and much less expensive I SOME people who were disappiont ed in the recent election may think that the trusts are raising salariesI for mere spite IT is said a Washington woman isfor about to make a dash for the North IIisIP the Republicans expect to olc the next Governor of Kentuclt 5 his nomination must not come vi Washington City THEY are still working on last years election in Louisville We hope it will not lau over on next years Stateelection j =A FEDERAL office holder has justj as much right to his choice for party nominees as any one else No more than his choice however i MR BRYAN will not confess that he has repudiated silver but h must admit that silver has not stoo by him as it might have done i TilE French courts have refused to grant Boni alimony on the ground that he is a man Wonder if they tookany proof on the question 1 111 a usllexactlye in his coming message to Congress 1 a 1 IT is quite natural that James Hill should think that a railroadf knows more about running a government than a government knows j about running a railroad 1 IF poor old Senator Platt had no 1 money the women would not be fighting so furiously over Mm He jallJOHN W LANGLEY has mortally offended Urey Woodson by being elected to Congress from Kentucky after having collected funds to aid Caleb Powers in obtaining a fair trial KENTUCKY Republicans Itdecidet campaign It will be no childs pla- to y dislodge the present Democratic State machine WITH the returns all in from th Congressional races in the rece n relection it is shown that the vote was close in Kentucky A class Republican State ticket willi sweep the platter clean next yea tular jjITdfortim of numerous resolutions b them denouncing him for dismisst ing a regiment of black murderers in uniform newspaperte s i Republican candidate for Governor just now At the proper time wet have no doubt the Republicans themselves will have some choice sin the matter PRESS reports r that Congressman Bennett one of the Kentucky Republican Big Four patronage dispensers was recently swindled out of 2000 by signing a check without looking at it thinking was for 20 He no doubt acquired J V 3tn M9Cf lcsa habit signing applica tions for officeIrA NE s item saying that Gov eri1rtle kliam lias appointed someI ontp sit inn certain case in Judge Cantrills place reminds us th Judge Cantrill has been drawing 5000 per year from the State Treasury for two years without haasp ing performed a days service Judge of the Court of Appeals SINCE the Hartford Herald has taken occasion in Its customary hys teric to vent its spleen on TH InREPUBLICAN because we jokingl- gilled it about its slow progress w have gone through the musty files of that publication in our office to learn what it said about us when we donned the eightpage form In their issue of November 23 1903 I we find the following The fordRE UBtICAN quotes some HartII Isubscribers as endorsing its form while we have heard several 4Iblack heading across the top The manIfind out that some of its friends are ready to put a head on it This gentle reader is the way the Herald kindly stated the facts of our change to an eight pago paper and wished us progress tHE MAN FOR GOVERNOR It is not too early for the Repu licans to be considering a candidate Governor to oppose State Auditor Hager The selection of a candidate next year is n matter of moreI than ordinary cancel n to the part 4cttime facawas one for existence The istration won and now those arican not make terms of peace nonentities unless they can the administration at the election normal Democratic majority in Kentucky may easily be overcome under such circumstances provided the Republican party presents aIsolid front To do this and carry the entire party vote a candidate tubadrank and file of the party Good men there are a plenty but the most of them bear the scars of other battles and have earned the envy of their coworkers rablebut just now we are certain of toYdatean excellent executive and a samedfractionalalliance That man is Judge James Breathitt of Hopkins ville He has no superiority at the bar of West Kentucky and as an orator he probably has no peer in all the State He is thpieCircuityJudnot been an office seeker and is not now asking for the nomination for Governor It i + said by his intimates that he has agreed privately to stand for the nomination if the party want himPaducah Sun Just so brother Your position Weddon the Gubernatorial togs withIto himself and credit adIvocatingHolt but if he does not enter thet totMonthly Report of Hartford Col i Ilege for November enrollment in all reg departments tab total rum in attendance during the mcmth1tl average number y 192 average number of flays 1J thyitendance based on enrollment 90 per cent of attendance based on number of cia 94 3ThetonotOctober this it due to sickness and The high watersInever be tardy except for the most I urgent reas Patrons msIkind in 1mIpIIfverydetermnles t You Can Trust-s 1 f tf4 11 f4 Your Own Eyes i1f 1 i Ci 41Our buyer has made the last and thud addition to our Millinery Great bargains loco been picket up loco and there Bar baruiuse4 chance when you come to us for uur Milliners s4 WE STAND FOR QUALITY i WE PRACTICE ORIGINALITYct now Conceits in Millinery aru brought out ndllk in our fPown exclusive production Stylish uptodate Hats arranged on Qtables tool priced as follows Soft Felt Stitched loud Hats Qy At Each5 25cxa3 1 Childrens Felt Flttt- rtt O- At Each 50cey0 t Good stylish reaily to wear Hats 3 At Each 50c and 75c y SYt Another lino of very stylish readytowear and Trimmed Hats 150b u Thu last line includes everything in high grade extremely stliItq Hats price each v- Atrl 150c to 300Your orders for special Hats can be promptlv ixecuted and slurp 1cd to suit your own ideas Vo inviln you to crane and sea this bargain cull ctilnt nf iur tIHIIdtlt llillintrof ui RW 00 t I KItf 1i1i Q Barnes t1 J Bros90 Beaver Dam ItarU F 9COco v V CI1P4atSrft i46OrrS w4ti 1 tYYr 1 V V11rVTViitYaY coc rMYVatl MliMii STUDIED THE ENEMY Aclmirsl Sampson Plans For he Bom bardrncnt of Havana Admiral Sampson had deter Spuniihmeriean Havana and on April 4 1898 Ev an then captain wrote a letter to the then editor of Harpers Weekly containing this paragraph I shall have the honor of lead ing in the Iowa und when we open t about 800 yards with Indiana astern if those poor chaps from the Maine dont giggle in their eolllns it will be a wonder This was the pregnant port of the letter Sampson was forbidden from Washington to attack Havana much to his disappointment and wrath To one a dis tance not knowing Evan not knowingof the proposed bombard ment only as a rumor the letter might have seemed a bit of bluster But after a few months chance put the log book of the New York e flagship in the way of the re of the letter and there he read Sampsons order for the bom bardment of Havana giving the or der of the ships and designating the ilistanco at which the firing should begin precisely as Evans hadstarted them in the letter But why go in to within 800 jards of tho new forts which were much more heavily armed than the Sampsons fleet Months Ilhipof the log hook the re oUIlt letter attended dinner given in honor of Admiral 3ampon Tho admiral made there one of the few speeches of his life and in he told the reasona reason judtntent11I1d start time before tho Spaniards had momentarily awakened from their usual torpor and had prac ticed from the new works firing at ating targets They had floated targets past their guns at 000 yards- Slnipson at once concluded that ey supposed that he would attack that distance and quickly determined to go in at 800 yards for he jxplaincd the Spaniards paring ince fixed their sights for n tar 000 yards away would not be etI change them but would fire over ships until he had dismounted rapidfire j pleted for we had the facts and tho I reason for them Harpers Week No Discount For Baldnett I A customer in n downtown bar I argumentice of n haircut Fee licro he said Im bald headed There certainly cant bo nearly BO much work in trimming t cafe nine fringe of hair on tile back of my head as in cutting a Cmregnentlyitmuch That is the contention of half sighdnll11rlhomore careful of it than one who has a good deal Therefore a bar ben has to take extra pains with him It goes pretty hard with the man with the shears Ian tell you if he happens to clipofT an extra hair In view of the caution re I quired he certainly earns the full price of a hair cut Xcw York i ress Power of the Will At a recent conversazione a dis mission arose about the power of the will A certain guest of very self assertive character loudly de lared that no one could will him to do anything against his inclina upbyhim out into the middle of the room held his hands and gazedat him steadily for awhile the rest of expectantly What did I tell you sir You youikeJo anythingDo replied the author Well Ive been willing you to itand liko a jackass in the middle jf this room for five minutes and by George youve done it Licensed Auctioneer Squire W Tichenor of Point Pleasant Ky licensed auctioneer for Ohio county Cumberland i phones 11tf Important Notice j We have added a stock of building material such as Sash Doors Columns Moulding Etc Yellow Pine Flooring Ceiling Metal Paroidand Paper Roofing in short anything you may heed in the building line We will saw your logs and plane your lumber Call and see usIt BEAN BROS Hartford Ky NOYI KiAuction sale at Soun ders Restaurant in Hart ford Monday December 3 beginning at2 oclock Will sell to the highest bidders about 60 secondhand Sewing ma chinesSAUNDEPSLilENS REtXDEH Nov 27Miss Ada Snell went to 4l1 a + + + +++ + + +++ ++++++ H +++ + + ++ THE KENTUCKY t+o + t Light and Power CQo WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE 11T COST fl ELKCTKKJ rJGHTrf ARE CLKAN tHEALTHY AND SANE NO HOME t OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD i+ BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN t tREACH e + I M L HEAVRIN Manager 7+ ++++++ +++ + +++ ++++ + ++++ +++++ +++ i TELEPHONEGROWTHCumberland Telephone it Telegraph Company has issued statement of its business fur tho mouth oL October anti the increase in tho number of its subscribers is shown followsNuutberNumber added during month 5007 t 12Jj 1412 Total number subscribers 100817 Horton last Wednesday- D L Stokes Jeffersonville Ind was here last Thursday Isaac Oser went to Louisville on business last Thursday II A Garrett and Wm Cargal were in Central City last Friday Misses Lucye James and Madye Engleby left last Friday for Paducah and Herrin III where they will visit for the next two weeks Ed Barrass Sr of Bevier was here last Saturday Miss iTfzzie locker went to Cleaton l SaturdayMiss Filmore was in Beav er Dam last Saturday Messrs Hugh Roach and Otha Miller Taylor Mines and C K Reneerr Centertowh were here last Sunday S S Hoover New Albany Ind CitywereRevs PE Herndon Cave Springs and F G Jones Drakes It- FP tlJr V boro began b series of meetings here last night at the Baptist church Jno Byers and son Rebels were herr today AugustDan Galsbury IiI is thetguest of his father Jas Dean Mrs L E Herrel is on the sick list i Jno T llain has removed his fam back here from Island after an lily of two years I Hoodsr UDqlletIopably Ever medicine known Itspositively and permanently cures every humor from Pimples to Scrofula It II jr the Best Blood Medicine 1411x faIMR Jof 5 z- W ADw 33h- eINTERNAL WRONGS ofALUM Alum in food causes ttinuedinjury to health r Qrollowing the advice of medical- Scientists 1 England and France haveI J passed laws prohibiting is use i in bread making American housewives should protect their house holds against Alums wrongs byalways buying pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baking j Powder g Pure Grape Cream of j Tartar Powder is to be had for the asking Buy by name Royal Harrfurd Republka FRIDAY NOVEMBER 00 Illinois Contra Railroad Tim Table a Nitrlh Ittiiiiiil NoiI1n1d4IIIIIht lIuI21 14s p I uUtt ItaubVn ll liilMil JIH No salills r h n n- Wt IMI itnill lOi HI Come to Carson Co for Shoes and Boots Sam Bachs 119 lint display takes the prize For Carpets and Mattings come to Carson Co Guns Guns Gunslll Where A- tiU S Carsons 11tf iI Mr Clell Smith Taffy called to see us yesterday City Restaurant most uptodateI place in Hartford See our special Pants and Shoes in display window SAM BACH Bring your Eggs Chickens and Feathers to Carson Co Scholarship 1n Massey Busines College for sale at this office 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 Born to the wife of Mr Ernest Tweeddell Tuesday a 10pound boy Good values in Hats for men and boys 119 See window SAM BACH For Scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College apply at this office After a serious illness of severalI days Mrs Lee Long is able up again Get your Clothing Cleaned and Pressed at FearlaPaniiorium at Y jer 4c Mr J W Taylor of the Beaver Damneighborhoodinadeu8aj leaa ant call last Saturday vsftfvVv See Sam Bachs showwindow Special offers Rev F DBaughn Magan called to see us Wednesday Mr Jas T Davis Sunnydalc was a very pleasant caller Tuesday Mrs G H Williams is the guest of relatives and friends at St Louis lIPIeverything in our lineCARSON Co I The very latest shapes in Hats SpecialIBACH Sulphur Springs was a pleasant caller Wed I nesdnyIneighborhood was a pleasant caller j MondayRev Bozarth will preach at the C P church net Sunday morning andI evening I Mrs SamT Barnett is the CcnJtralThanksgiving services were held at the Hartford Methodist church yesterday v t MIHS Nettie Monroe of Rockport is the guest of her sister Miss Lillian of this city Mr J A Johnson ot the No Creek neighborhood called to see us Tuesday Mr T J Morgan local manager of the Cumberland Telephone Com pany Beaver Dam called to see us Wednesday The Coal Oil Com pany will begin putting down a hole north of town on their land the first of next week to determine the extent and depth of coal deposit Mr Lon Tweeddell Hartfords accomplished plumber has been putting In the pipe connection this week to supply THE REPUBLICAN courtI ISee Sam Bachs Clothing for winter They fit good look good and wear- good Carson Co willpay 25cents per dozen for eggs They will take all you have u Born to Prof and Mrs I S Mason Beaver Dam last Sundaymorn ing a fine girl Mr S L Stevens of the South Beaver Dam neighborhood called to see us yesterday Mr Garfield Barnard Deanfield renewed his allegiance to Tim RE PUBLICAN Monday Mr R T Collins left for Louisville Monday after spending several days with his family here Moore Crabtree have new SOl ghum fresh Cabbage anda fine line of family Grocerieq Call on them The Tailored Clothes you order at Pearls Pantiorium are cut to insure comfort without asking your Vanity to pay for it This is the time to buy Overcoats and cJo thing Why not come where they have a big lot to select from CARSON Co Do not fail to see G B Likens inl Merchants WillibeExSheriff Cal P Keown returned Arizonajwith Telephone your orders All work called for and delivered Located YIMMiss Ethel a in the Hartford Business Institute has accepted a position as stenogra pher with the Williams Coal Company Call G B Likens Homa phone 66 and he will tell you all about Retail Merchants Protective Association with headquarters at Hartford for Ohio county City Restaurant will open up Sun day afternoon at 4 oclock and serve supper Steak Meal Fish Meals Oyster Stew Fried Oysters Ice Cream c Telephone your orders Mr F D Baughn Maganhas rent ed the store building into which the the old Republican office has been converted and will open up a Gents Furnishing House the first of next January 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 66 and investigate the propo thelwregular appointments at the Christian church next Sunday morning and evening The subject of both of his discourses will be Christs talk with Nichodemus The following Ohio county citizens were empanneled as Petit jurors in the District Federal Court at Owens boro the first of the week L M Sandefur Hartford G B Smith Taffy J A Johnson No Creek and E B Finley Baizetown A large party of Hartford people took an excursion trip on the gaso line boat We Three last Sunday afternoon to view the highwaters The boat went down as far as the BensLick railroad cut which was inspected by many of the party About one hundred persons were on board A movement is on foot to merge the present electric light plant and ice plant with a waterworks system all to be under one management The new company will be capitalized at 25000 and will if successful put jn firstclassuptodate machin ery and give us good lights with all night service This is very much needed and should be encouraged by all or citlzens Mr George Mischel of the firm George Mischel andSons Mpnument Works Owensboro was in to see us last Friday He was here to super intend the erection ofIn monument in Oakwood for the little child of Mr and Mrs Alva Taylor police their ad in anot r column This firm is twentyefghtyearoldfarid thoroughly reliabje They are represented in Hartford and vicinity by Mr R A Andersdnr i q Messrs 0 R Tinsley and William Lake were among our callers Wednesday The hunting season will soon be on Get your gun and ammunition at U S Carsons 11tf Mr A A SheffiejdToifthe West Hartford neighborhood called to see us Wednesday Fort SALEA scholarship In the Hartford Business Institute Call on or address THE REPUBLICAN Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tf I Mrs Alva Taylor Central was the guest of her motherIMrs M A Lewis a few week Mr Z Wayne Griffin who has been quite illof tonsolitis for the past several days is able to be out againMrs F L Felix and daughter Mary Elizabeth are the guests of Mrs Felixs mother Mrs Duncan at Lousville i The prices of our Suits give no hint of their real value Over 100 different patterns to select from PEAULS PANTIORIUM 200 fine grade and latest style Hats Ion display for 119 regular price 200 and 175 fee show window SAM BACH The mails have been very irregu lar for the past several days and the I cause is attributed to washoutsetc on the railroads Farmers who had corn submerged by the recent high water are greatly pleased to learn that it is not so badly damaged as they feared Mr D Ford is erecting a nice two stor frame dwelling on his farm adjacent to town It will be I ready for occupancy about January 1 0 Mr John P Taylor who is attending the Louisville Training School spent the Thanksgiving holidays here with his parents Mr and Mrs H P Taylor A short stay Come look at my samples then look at the price A Suit tailored strictly to your meas ure PEARLS PANTIORUSI Y M C A Rooms The public school at Rockport began the 19th inst for the regular fall term The burning of the school house several months ago caused the delay Have your Fire Insurance Policy jssued by Barnett Smith They represent only the best companies and will write your policy at their office while you wait WANTEDTo borrow 1000 at 6 per cent interest mortgage on real estate worth twice that amount also personal security Call on or address hA this office 20tf Owing to the inclement weather the meeting of Grain Growers was not held November 17 as announced and December 8 nas now been fixed as the date of meeting Mr Wifliam Fields of Central City and Miss Bertie Robertson McHenry were united in marriage at the Court House Wednesday Judge W B Taylor officiating Schroeters Floating Studio is still at Hartfords landing They are better prepared than eyer to turn out uptodate potographs Get your work done before winter sets in lltf- WANTEDGentlemen or lady with good references to travel by tail or with a rigfora firm of 250 QOOOO capital Salary 107200 per year and expenses salary paid week ly and expenses advanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Hartford Ky lOmG Mr Raymond Phillips of the San derfurs Crossing neighborhoodand Miss Dena of Beda were quietly united in marriage last Sun day evening at the home of the groom Rev ABGardner officiating l These are popular young people and are members of prominent and well known families Messrs John T Moore W S Tinsley M L Heavrin and Editor C M Barnett Hartford and Mr C M Taylor Beaver Dam went to Louisville Wednesday to be in attendance at a banquet ball and theater party given Kosair Temple of Shriners Messrs Heavrin and Taylor were also initiated in the Oriental Degree of the Mystic Shrine at Kosair Temple yesterday afternoon N I I rIAsOUR REPUTATION For keeping the best uptoelnte ll1OClJ 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 nIl t hazards Some merchants are crying big advance but we are giving to our trade tin same values at oldtime prices Join the crowds and come to us wont you Sbme Specials alt need them now Good cotton Blankets IWe7f5cIOU 5150 per pair Allwool Blankets I lll 400 450 and 500 per pair I IOur Hosiery IBig little young und old w r them To 8 iy that we carry the best in Hartford is not uXtt ptnttirtt Our Mascot Hose for Ladies at lUc I5c hull f 25c have u i equal Also our ItonlperIlaynlate und ftujta Clans Hose fur Boys laid flirty I5c 20c and 25c have no Iat To see these is U ap their value I AT ThB Bargaia enter f tl Winter Shirts exclusively us 1 2 lfllLLM0ITrjHerebtb3sLdl I down feature we to is etlr ws dpadlmou sad u the ame tin live kept the too up to the ofdLomJo aie ism uwell M Uckpowdet ud i9 that 2H inch or 2nth to y Gt tsIc 1 puts make it the J mot runsad6udabaorlsale by S Carson Hartford Every man ought to take a fook at Sam Bachs showwindows Special display at special prices Mrs Lydia Jcifricn returned to her home at Greenville Ky Nor day after visiting her aunt Mrs S1- T Barnett for several dry While crossing a bridge on the levy north of Hartford Monday the horse which Dr So J Wedding was riding became entangled in the floor of the bridge and fell throwing Dr Wedding Into the water In an effort to regain Its lostfooting the horse got into deep water and the current earned it several feet ton slat and wire franc where it straightened npanifiwa out Dr Wedding escaped jritkaut injury and only a fair wetting 0I otkt The holl1enut tbe Hartfonl Tobacco Warehouse Company are notified to meet at Hartford Monday December 30 396O WARREN LLNDUTT Pros By MOUKLAND Seey rlot Safi- The 842acre tract of lad recently purchased by J H Miek ail of We carry nothing but the most desirable makes put terns and styles that ore sold by running in price 3e nOii and 1JiO Flannel Shirs from 51 to Jersey Shirt nil shadiS from 50ctol Call Jiuclhfoour liner luratern drl64a chambered old For U reasonably DAVID Owensboro from the trustee of H C Powers situated in the Concord neighbortiood five miles east of Hartford Call on or address BARNETT SMITH Hartford Ky My Hair is Extra Long T Feed your hair nourIsh It give it something to live on Then it will stop falling and will grow long and heavy flyers Hair Vigor is the only genuine hair food you can buy It gives new life to the hair bulbs You save what hair you have and get more too And it keeps the scalp clean and healthy The best kind of atestimonial Sold for beer mlxty year v Fewe7a o Arr oLowU rrr- tadlolnr I yersca SAKSAPAUILU aY PECTORAL 0e or 1A 7 ar+ ur ter a as P 1 itAGOOD SHEEP DOG What Ho Has to Learn and the Work Ho Hat to Do What a herd dog has first to learn is to know every one of 200 or 300 sheep and to know them both by sight and smell This he dries thoroughly When Wnttcrsoii was run ning sheep on the plains he had a young collie not yet put to the herd about the pumping plant As the sheep conic In to the troughs the dog grew so to know them that when they had pickedup a stray from another band he discovered it from afar off and darting as a hornet nipping and yelping parted it out from the band At that tim no mere man would have pretended without the aid of the brand to recognize any of the thousands that bore it How long recollection stays by the dog is not certain but at least a twelvemonth as was proved to Filon Girard after he had lost a thirdof his band when the Santa Anna came roaring up by Lone Pine with a cloud of saffron colored dust on its wings After the shear ing of next yearPassing close to another band set them selves unbidden to routing out of itand rounding with their own nearly twenty lie xd which the herd er being on honest man freely ad mitted he had picked up on the meta following after Filon the spring before Quick to know the willful and un biddable members of a flock the wise collfe is not sparing of bites and following after a stubborn stray will often throw it and stand guard until help arrives or the sheep shows a better mind But the herder who has a dog trained at the difficult work of herding range sheep through the chutes and runways into boats and cars for transportation is the fortunate fel lowThere was Petes dog Bourda loue that at the Stockton landing with no assistance put SOO wild sheep from the highlands on the boat in eight minutes by running along the backs of the flock until i he had picked out the stublorn or r sheeptobites set them forward himself ing110ckof the circus which all the men of scelraryAustin RISE OF THE LATCHKEY I Over in England the possession ofa latchkey has lately been held in the curt to have an important bearing on the electoral rights ofu man claiming to be a householder With us the latchkey has grown so universal as to be no indication of H mans status or a womans either for that matter Not so very long ago the American womans right to the latchkey was subject for jocu lar argument pro andcon but won ens latchkeys are now as common as mens For an institution that dates back only about seventy years the latchkey has stepped with some suddenness into its place of a uni versal neceisityLBotoll Herald DAnnunilo and His Dog Gabriele DAnnunzio has ercctCl n monument over the grave of his dig The inscription on it is a lengthy one beginning with the I word Sacred to the imperishable memory of my greatest and most faithful friend The dog was killed by a peasant some months ago Tho novelist prosecuted the manI who at the trial in Florence said that he killed the log because itI worried his hens Tho author ha 1engaged the services of two notable counselors at an expense of 1000 to prosecute He won and the pel lint was sentenced to ten days imprisonmentI Rockefellers IneomoI It ill impowiblo to say what is Mr IiOckefollerV income a minute j A congressman 1ms said that if ho w re to throw away a dollar a see and never stopping a day or night he could not dispose of his income It is estimated that since 1808 ho has received in Standard Oil dividends ncary 17000 every business i day Some one sas his wealth in silver dollars wouldweigh as much as two first elms battleships in one dollar bills it would milka double girdle around the earth and leave longStLouis Pen Picture of Harriman- E H Ilarriman the railroad manager and financial power is said to be the closest parallel to Napoleon Bonaparte that lives be fore the public eye today In stat ure he is small He is slightand does not look strode He generally wears loose fitting clothes and car ries his hands in his coat pockets 3 a very quick of movement also of mind restless full of ongrgTi sN t r4J critical of detail exacting nnrocifr 5e He is like James J Hill moody and nota particularly pleasant neighbor when the mood is that way Those Big English Coppers How long are we to be afflicted with a cumbersome copper coinage insteadof a small nickel one If Mr Asquith wishes to merit the ap probation of his fellow countrymen during his tenure of office he will do away wth this relic of barbar ism which dates from Lycurgus and from which most other countries have emancipated themselves The penny and the halfpenny are mere ly tokens and do not represent intrinsic value London Truth The Queen Went In It is related of the queen mother of Holland who is one of the sweet est royal ladies of Europe that recently one morning she was rudely awakened by a loud knocking at her bedroom door Whos there she asked and a quaintly dignified Hol1lanreIceiveQueen Wilhelmina went in j The Measure of the Hours of Pain Dr Frederick Troves in an ad dress appealing for contributions to aid the London hospitals said the amount of pain relieved could b roughly gauged by the quantity of morphine consumed at the hog pitals Onesixth ofa grain will relieve pain for an hour In one London hospital alone in 1003 he announced 87000 hours of pain practically ten years were annulled The Rubies of Ourms But for thecontrol held by a few I persons over the ruby deposits of Burma and the disposition to limit the output rubies would be 10 per cent cheaper than they are on the I market today Burma coal oil lands nUll ruby deposits are held in the tight fist of monopoly and it loobIas if no power would be break it A Use For tho Boys The ever burning question What j shall we do with our boys seems to be satisfactorily answered in the following fl whichup pears in the window ofa Furring don road butchers shop Wanted n sausagptLondon The Left Side of the Face photographerThen impressedDid You must have sharp eyes I thought it was a fact known only to myself What fact said the photogra pher Why the fact that the left side of my face is a little better than the right side and especially that the left profile is more regular Ohsnid the photographer of j course I noticed that That you know is the case with everybody Everybodys left profile is hotter that the right one The eye is j opened more fully the mouth has a finer curve the cheeks contour is firmer and the hair about the temples is thicker Xotice after this the profile pho j tographs you come across and youll find that nine out of ten of them portray the left side of the face Pique niquc Dictionarydetermine j tory of the word picnic so fur nS English is concerned Toward the close of the eighteenth century tn French used the word piqueniiuc of Obscure derivation for a social entertainment to which ouch hale t contributed a share Early in the next century the English appeared to discover that this form ofsoy I1IlaprerlforHO that about the middle of the century the word was dissociated from suppers and private thoatri etils and so long as an entertain mont was in the open air it was n j picnic whether its materials were jointly contributed or notLon don Sketch Only an Appetizer Many years ago dried solar geese j front tho Orkueys used to he iin ported into Scotland says the un thor of My Strange Petst and served there as an appetizer a more sol being eaten at the beginning ufi vi meal A worthy farmer 11da linnet to some of his neighbors und in tht course of it lIked ono if ho would i have another portion of the roast I think I willreplied time oth er I ato a hit o solon goose afore I left hone and it his made me cr hungryI believe in the solan geese broke in smother guest I i et a whole one afore I cant awnI and I dinna feel a bit the hungrier for itI IFOR THE LITTLE ONES The Toothsome Banana and How It Is Ripened Artificially Nearly all boys and girls like bananas and would be glad to know perhaps something about the way they are handled before and after importation says the Chicago News Tho plant bears fruit every mouth in the year The bananas are shipped while green Otherwise they would rot before they reached this country The dealers hero treat them differently in different sea- Sons In winter they are hung up in a room heated to 70 degrees by gas It is said that any other kind of artificial ripening would make the fruit shrivel or ripen too quick ly In the spring they arc allowed to ripen naturally but in summer they are hung in cellars because the outside air rots them They are one of the best anti most nutri tious fruits we have but of course we miss the delicate laver that they have when taken ripe directly from the tree Game of Birds Beasts and Fishes Two boys take their slates and each one writes down the first and last letters of the name of some bird beast or fish first stating from which category the name is selected and puts a cross for each of the intermediate letters For example A elects to write down the name of a beast and marks on his slate as follows Ilxxxe B will perhaps select a fish and mark on his slate Ilxxxxxg They then exchange slates and each tries to guess the name of the beast or fish indicated accordinglyItabove are respectively horse nnd herring I A Riddle I am found In jail I belong to a frsI am seen In tho gutter abounding In mire Put my last letter third and It will to found I tclons to a king without changing lW soundAnswerGrate great Nasal Catarrh an inflammation of the delegate membrane lining the airpasages is not cured by any mix tures taken to the stomach Dont waste time on them Take EJ s- Cream Balm through the nostril so that the feared swollen tissues are reachedat once Never mind how long you have suffered nor how of ten you have been disappointed we know Elys Cream Balm will cure other by the thousand All drug gists 50c Nailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren St New York A MESS OF THUNDER Bryan Says Koosevtlt Stole Ills Tuunder llearst Says Bryan Has His Yellow krtIIt would take a man suffering with an excess of rectified spirits to dis cover just what to do about this mess the Democrats and Socialists are in Bryan accused Roosevelt of stealing his thunder Hearst accused Bryan of stealing his thunder and Upton Sinclair the Socialist accuses all of stealing his shunderso where in thunder are we at And what a party mess of thunder it ii to be sure It is the kind of thunder that makes a noisebut promises no hope It is the kind of thunder that makes people leave their work and prepare for a squall for a rainstormbut brings no good Bryan wants Individualism and Hearst wants Americanism and Sinclair wants Socialism You see there is a whole lot of ism to all ofitThe truth is all this dreaming scheming stuff about railroadsbe ing owned by the Government all this trap about men WilD have saved a few dollars being a menace to our republic all this ranting about peo ple not having to work over an hour n daycall it Individualism call it Americanism or call it Socialism disturbs and unsettles the conditions in America Go anywnere and look at the home of today and you see more evidence i of prosperity than you ever saw beI lore and more thainmr fathers ever dreamed was possible The Repub lican party standing on n platform that has been tried and tested in every detail has made all this pos fibiuWly should men seek strange gods aid above all why should they SURE CURE For All Diseases of STOMACHLIVER think of going into business with a party like Democracy It is all bosh these dreams that reformers are giving usanti Sinclair uses his as a graft to enrich himself Bryan has made his fortune of his lungs and Hearst with his yellow papers preaching anarchy and calling it Americanism seeks to increase his power It is individualism with these three gracesbut the individ ualism that people should let alone THE MOON Some Facts About Our Nearest Neighbor W bleb Everyone Does Nut Know One of the most beautiful inter esting and conspicuous objects in the world in the moon and yet nine tenths of the people do not know the distance to it its size motionsor its physical nature they will pay a dollar to see the blue moon or some other such nonsense but to see the real moon that has the glory of God about it they would scarcely turn their heads Beyond it these fair November nightb it is full beauty high in the skies It seems almost to speak to one so mild and gentle it is and so very near and yet it is 240000 miles away but the nearest of all heavily bo ies except now and then the big meteor that comes sailing thru our air It seems to be traveling west yet is going east at the rate of morn than half a mile a second And it is going with the earth around the sun four times faster that that UP there in the skies it seems on ly a foot or two in diameter but it is 2160 miles It would take nearly five areas the size of the United States to cover its surface It is as dry as tinder which it probably is no air no water find it is colder than ire all time time and on the side turned from the sun it is 300 degrees below zero- Gravity i at the noon is one sixth less than it is at tho surfce of the earth Therefore ifa man weigh ing 150 pounds on the earth would go the moon he would weigh but 125 pounds there and if he would keep up his strengtlihc could jump 40 feet on the moon where he could jump only six feet OH the earth I your moustache or brown Use Backache etc tia KILLTHC CC jaHJ AND i TtC trr r IIy1T11 + 11 sbttrriNlM1 M 1U15l rok 0t71 Ii 71 OtJ tlMPTLtI Pre FOR OUGIIS and 50c100OLDS rrco Trial Surest and Quces Lur0 for all THROAT Bud TROUIJ LES or MONEY DAOK Dcr5NDroawlodfrrereport- Free a adice bow to obtain t lnu trade rookeopjrrlgliu to IN ALL COUNTRIES Paihnt Jirttt nltk HatUitgto rani riev wnr 14 faint UcluiUtlyWriteIU taro Itntt tbUM UtM rata OOS WA8HIUMON DC California I Pacific Northwest and Mexico CHEAP COLONIST RATES- in until Oct 31 190G VI- AMigttd j Fiche Raikf OR Ii Hptm Btnli St Louis or Memphis Through Tourist Sleepers HomeseekersSOUTHWEST First and in each month Liberal and stopover privileges For rates map folders etc see nearest Ticket or address It TGMATTHEWSTPA 801 Norton Bldg- Louisville Ky I1Ioi d 4 Ir 4 f 0IiI 1r Ifot IkI i tlJ UC rich w jN In sral cr as and 1ewn 03-as11resrtestitrtr foIntosrppntltC C 0 school 2 Sutnsnoijtre wjaycorjetel jr mec pootrs ITIO ue HOT nutlliu r o It a practki totivtI aut and do fortheirIroad the r pI11rors I surIIIIlIo4 The THOROUGH bulrars eollejet i ertlMModln nrd byri rs wh3ar CJfH3 Tegmicatetaf buiri a Cirt In smai CIII w nr tlr wrnrcctiion wnth s THCKCJOH V iites of hug hula+ r eos asbjrrjrpn Msno time to eroe imntrnlhlnromartrnts r Ttirfvr raw caO r OtI rneslde eitibsuc c erls uedaj eimrrcrdal rchooi bsforo uecia rz to how away yt u ncney tore vouh iitrniruiif eu romc caap iehao- lErYAHX t ti STBATTON COILrOE rK ul vlll Ky I 0 Z o RHEUMATIS CUREDThe dJand the Muscles and Joints lubricated by using SloaisLiftimeftt j r L00jISloans Treatise On The Horse Sent Address Dr SSloanBostonMass lAYersPills 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improvedburnerroom whether library dining room parlor orbed room Write to nearest agency if not at your dealer STAN AJUt Oil COMPANY Incorporated I I t TAKE TIE REPUBLICAN t ltu t4Jrsr e rNckr trvl7tiwaa trl + txaSAtaeltirr 1 j Ivlfesbrer THE 360 DAY YEARi Why It Hnd to Give Place e tom Now In Use There is a story in which must convince every rend r thnt ono myth nt Icnst to an alteration mndo in the Egyptian cal cndTir to extend the length of lit year from CCO days to 3G A c of ilGO days existed in Egypt at nn early period The lunar montlo from now moon to new moon be ing twentynine and onehalf day in length the convenient roun number of thirty days was taken a standard and twelve months of thirty days each made up the y ca The solar year is more diilicult t observe than the lunar month the intervals being longer and a year of 30 days was n or convenient nnd reasonable approximation tit At nn rate the year of 3CO curiousdseems to allude to it A perforated vessel was filled with water by HfiO priests on each day of the year 1 the island of Philac again 36 tliITlibations and wero filled every dn by the priests with milk 11it1i eclipticcirclein the chars would be divided into SCO equal parts wad we must regard it us u relic of this time th the circle is still satin to consist of HCO degree Rat so erroneous an I estimate of the length of tho year would soon be corrected by export once i It is evident that in about sever lytwo years a cycle would he ac complished in which the Now Years tiny would sweep through oil l the mouths remaining onlygix years in each The same cOlwCrnedtnow en on and anon in the time of reaping IUItC pyriw such perplexity anti may receive i explanation here Goodwin trans rated it fny lash deliver me from tho cold Reason when the sun doe+ not slnnc the winter comes ltrallof the summer the month is storm the hours shortened Similar confusion would orsrtukc Ib religions festivals the Cew r Vcr for example coming live days before its proper eau teen le days before and so on and it might h1 thor1 t that its observance fit Hie wrong season would displease the gods The year of SCO doye hilt to give way nnd ultimately did w in favor of ono of Hiidns The precise ilcto of the change is not known but it is referred to in in erptions of the time of Amnncmha I 2100 B C and maYOr Tourso have been introduced much earlier When this was done the originalmonths were not alterel- but n little month of five tiny- was interpolated the end of the year between the month Mcsori ono year anti the Thoth of the nex Westminster Gazette Two of a Kind Tho Rev Mr Hobcreon was calls upon td attend to two workcrsVho received fatal injuries in n rio The reverend gentleman was ma anxious that the men should confess who had been their occom plices One of them died without tittering n word on tho subject As dentIhastened to his side in the full e pectation that he was about to learn the fateful tidings This belief wa strengthened by the first words o Can you keep n BO crct ho gasped I can was tho eager response f tho clergyman So can I said tho dying mar and immediately afterward ho calm ly passed away Westminster Review Two Swallows Hello Mickl Have you heardI about that awful affair What awful affair About tho man swallowing the Fl longCouldnt I Yes fact Swallowed a little milk made hot lookIway man that swallowed his mate eh Give it upIWell ho swallowed a little Dub Un porter cold I London Mail The Correct Count broughtbeforeJudge JudSSherman ee of the prisonpr what the offense was with which ho was charged Bigotry your honor Hes been married to threes women Why widthjudgee iHytir ir u+ fL1tu of 1tty ryi1 1 h THE POCKET i TELEPHONE I A pocket telephone for police novelhtitular field It is to bo seen in daily practical working in Vienna thcjgrents1 s policefficer everyai placedsand I caston to communicate with his sta pockctothe box and communication nt once is established Asn method of summoning aid in all But petty cases tho system steins to have many advantages over the whistle I The Horlzometerj This is an instrument of my in vcntion by which tho distance of an 11object at sea ego be measured bI tlcpressionej linrf drawn front the eye of the ob 1server The instrument is sctat the height of the observer and the ndyards until tho image of the water throughtreading th graduation on the mi cromotor wheel=Commander Brad ley A Fiske in Proceedings of Unit i 1cd States Xnvnl Institute A New Way of Phoning Have you tried the new phoning invented by some germI dreading individual People who have n scientific turn of mind give fdigninge exactly as though tho person you wc re phoning to were in the room let curiously enough your voice wittc ther the mumbling nor tho shric ins which conies out in metallic jerks nt the other end Try it Washington StarjA Ifightinrt stettngtileo 1 low for the purposes of a reservoir TheIbuilt tho reservoir around her prem ises nod the water has been turned on It flooded the ladys lower trooms and she lodged herself in the upper ones Sho declares si prefers to drown rather than sur next move i3 with the 1government A Fire Veil whitngto is the fierce heat Miter successful trials a newly invented heat veil Ithas been introduced into practice Cologne Germany where men have boon supplied with tho aftstn h composedfthe of wa ter for a considerable length of bxe a r Bef of Alabama who is eightysix years of ago when licked what vocation he would choose if ho were again be ginning active life replied TI high calling of a farmer I would purchase n nicely located farm settle down to farming as my li work thus guaranteeing to n toted ores and to myself the higl est wart happiest of hours with r full cribn full smokehouse and a full measure of usefulness Undo Sims Soldiers According to George B Winto the London military tailor who ar engaged by United States gov ernment to reorganize the uniforms of tho American army that army contains tho pick of America- manhood The soldiers are as liar as nails lean and muscular They indeed a magnificent lot of ath letcs andre capable of standing any amount of hardship London Mail Cannon Ball Bank Vaults Tho walls of tho newest bank vaults in London are being constructed of thee oddest materials im aginable namely old fashioned globular cannon balls bedded in The idea is that of burglars will slip upon the roanI impossibio walls a aIo you no beatshei1rtbumIndigestion causes the stomach to expand swell and up against tho InteriIKodolIFor Dyspepsia digests what you cat takes the strain off of tho heart and contributes nourishment thebodyStomach Inflammation of the mucous Digesliveof the Stomach b3mskingidlito relief After using a few bottles 1 am cured MRS LORINO NICHOLS Finn Van N Y I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I DyspepsiaCureD KAUBLE Nerada O Digests What You Eat Killiril lDdlj tln I MIT itonteh b Un I Ins of ut te I lnpve4 a u0 LalloI cluro v Iohl b WAYNE URUrIN IESTATE If you have a farm town lot dwelling or any other Real Estate for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All you have to is BargainsC1A 90 acre farm half river bottom 30 acres timber j miles from GrtenJI river 1J miles from miles from Echols 5 miles from McHenryI I Splendid two story dwelling with seven rooms new two wide halls on Union Street Hartford situated on lot j acre All out buildings and good water Price reasonable One Farm four miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as thee Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm consisting of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a at a bargain I ell40I acres near White Run adjacent the h C R R half Caney Creek all cleared good orchard two good wells price reasonable a bargain for some one further infor 00marten furnished on application 100 acres 1 mile from the Court House orj Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultivation 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings j four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur nished on application j A twenty acre tract two miles North from Hartford on the Owens boro and Hartford road within i mile of School house excellent neighborhood good barn and out buildings moderate dwelling and a atiatw1 C R R 70 acres up land bal bottom will make 70 to 80 bushels of corn per acre About GO acres in timber Three dwelling houses Good well water and early orchard onyi New two story frame dwelling m Hartford Six rooms two nice halls Lot 100 foot front 210 feet deepI SituatedcurnerFredricad balance in 12 months A bargain List your property with us We will fund a buyerIi Republican Office Hartford Ky THE REPUBLICAN- s prepared to do your Job Printing in firstclass manner t I Cumbeland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Co tti corpornt 1 5 Heres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and place ol business My business bM increased and my wifes voice IB never heard to grumble about the Jclephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition T J MORGAN Mgr Ohio CountJI DRlngoAttorueyDarrnx Clerk Frank L Krlli Mater Com I mliiloner Y L Moielejr Trustee Jorj Fund B II Martin Sheriff Hartford Deputy aheriffflA Uratcher LI Crowder E II Megan Grant liendayweeknnnd third Monday In May and Norcmrwr two weeks WSTloieyClerkEford teonreoeeantStondayInach- month MondayICourt of Claims Conrenea Suit Monday la lea OctoberOtherRoyJameDeWaScboolanperInleudent e CoronerJlntoTtaotlc CourtsX Uarraw Dearer DamMarch 21 June 2t September December 24 W I Miller none Branch =March 28 June 38 September December 20 September Wlt Edge ordnlllUerchS Jon 1 tSeptember Derem bar 2S iDh Chamberlain Ileda March 29 June September 28 December 20 Herbert lendi r CenUrtown March 30 June29 K trmber 29 December M 30SeptemberSXartford Petit Covirt AttorDey l vane erond Monday In enchiuonth 33 ll rlouo GrvicaM- ECburcbSouthServlcethird each month at 11 am end 7 p maud Sunday eeton t 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fill him with lead but they managed to immolate him successfully with such weapons as were le at the time The crocodile is not so numerous in the Nile as he was in the days of the Kameses family In fact he rather shuns the river now below the second cataract on account of the annoyances inseparable from t imlQssibleforatourist out trying to plug him with a re volver and to a reptile that is fond of a quiet Jife this sort of thing is simply insufferable He will not molest a man unless he can take him at a disadvantage and so long as man docs not unthinkingly step on him the crocodile will go his own way and calmly await his oppor tunity He feeds on fish but for a course dinner he would rather have hu inanity black preferred which shows that there is no Accounting for taste even among reptiles His methods of capturing large game are plural as wellas singular Sometimes he will lie on n river Bank partly covered with sand or mud until an absentminded native wanders within reach Having grabbed his prey he will waddle into the water and there drown the struggler He will then drag his Victim ashore and bury him in sand and wait for days before he ttgorges himselfPall Mall Gazette She Was Excited a t Its Cunn the way some women r act nhenthey get excited said a lineXtined appearing woman ran out of a store and jumped on my car just 43 E was about to pull the bell for the motorman to go ahead She stool up in the aisle and said Wait a minute dont go yet I My husband will be here soon Her hus i band wasnt in sight so I decided wed have to go When I reached tor the jell cord she grew excited Myhusbandnter We cannot wait for him x madiim I said Were running on 1schedule time It was then that 4 something funny She grew more excitedand said to me Young man if you dos hold this youinBand carne out of a store on tho sun nnd climbedaboard When he had dropped into u scat the woman looked at me and with a sweet smilo said Now you may go aheadcon ductor Thank you I said Denver Post She Missed Him A pour woman who kept a small ihop in a northern village and who was troubled with a husband who QuId scarcely be considered a cred itto the family one day found herself n widow through the sudden Jcmisc of her spouse A lady who frequently made small purchases at the shop culled to see her and tot offer her sympathy though well xnowing that the mans must ui n certain sense come as a relief as the wife hind often suffered from his violence She was not however wayinmeat ladyI Mr fi you must miss your husband Well noun it do eelll queer to- go Trite trIO eliop and find something in the sillLondon1itBitsA Young Bellarino had at the same lime a sore throat and pains in his stomach So lie went to the doc tor who said that he must take something sweet for his throat but he protested saying that it would TIc had for his stomach And said the doctor refusing to listen for your stomach you must tako something strong l But protested once more the victim be bad for mv rr- it I tnrhiiit Deer mo7 exclaimed tho doc I tor oittof patience You arc u little too mud Dfcrfde instantly whether you prrCers sore throat or stomach trollbTelT Ttiso- WorrfiI Tlat Rear Did yon ever count the number of words which han tarts Now this question may sound absurd but nevertheless there are many words which postcf each an cur Not a pair of cars mind TOU hat one ear A few of the words Unit are so blessed are given here After reading them over try to find as many more on you can Tear smear dear fear hear near rear pear drear and bear You will notice that the ear always comes at the end of tho word To Mark Knives This is the tnty can write their names on knife blades Take the knife and warm tho blade Then rut on a coatingof white beeswax Let it cool and when hard mark through the wax with a sharp pointed tool of steel Then apply nitric rc and let it stand for n minute Then wash off the acid hand again warm tho blade and rub off the eta with a rag Snow at a Cent a Pound Show is sold in the north of Sicily where it fetches about a cent a pound It is a government mo nopoly and the Prince of Palermo derives the greater part of his income from it The snow which is gathered on tIle Mountains in felt covered baskets is widelv ought in the cities for refrigerating purposes Deer Racy All stand in ri line on the farther side of the yard or room and at a signalrun across and touch the wall or building The winner drops out and the others race again The winners of fire races run together to decide which shall bo lender of the deer herd Candle arid Water Trick Get a good rizwJ cork or bung- Upon it place a small lighted can tile Then set it arfEnat in a pail of water Next lower an inverted 1 drinking gins down over the light and push it carefulfy down into the water You will sec the candle burn under water If you take a large pickle buttle rut off the both tom and we it in pJhce of the drink ing glass the candle will burn much longer under water ono n rity The Bearded Lady horrified Engaged to the ossified man Mv dear child why fa the world did you take such n tepf The Circassian mrIIfo said it would break him alt np if I refused him and you know couldnt bear to see the poor fellow go to pieces Puck Vantod P2rlIcularriHave pity on me darling plbad cd the por but otherwise honest young matt I catiaat live without you i Whats the ncrtterr queried tho homely heiress iTaro you lost your jobDctxrit Tribune Hadeiat awfullyithey IIntricc Yes Ind just think how terribly big theyll rook if the pho tograpb vas life rizc LYonkers Statesman EnpJMttnf What do srcvt about Qutomobi1inIThe sense of rriref answered Mr Cumrox when I get to the end of u trip acid find that nobody has been hurt VcsMogtoiv Star Coufdnt Foal Her Miss DePIayne proUl1TyA doz en men offered ine their hands nt the 111 r this fiifnmer Miss Wiscrly IndevxTf How long have you been a stuuScnt of palmis tryChicago Never A Limit CJllquelo young man anythinglrialcifc sir it cant ret a lelloj into our college eleven Town and Oaonlrv t LL 4 II TH11 J i a LEAPERe E 4 I or at on it to 5 nnn We a as of Mu in is or old to wear you and serves in oj a 25c and oOe you a or a If you in and us you our and in size 1 to = =A FAD FOR Louis and the Famous Crown Louis XIV laud an unconquer able passion for his most valued the crown of which was com tiers of in a He kept the most precious of crown in his in order that he admire and them at ease an gem of great value either in or any other with out efforts to secure the prize At an by Louis to the of it- happened that the turned on the fashions and of which prompted the de Dungeon prided on edge to that it was in tho time of Nero that the Clown was first whereupon Louis that he one himself and that the ess do would produce it the was brought forth it but when the king ob- tuincd a close at it lieex claimed to the How is This is no crown of All tho stones have been The was intact had been by When the solved it was that maker 1 u For the last has known as the leader Mens Clothing and Furnishings of Hartford It does not mean that we the stock of Clothing but also keep the best quality latest styles and sells at the reasonable prices When you a Overcoat here you get a gar has good material and is made up right Clothing is manufactured by best and concerns in the United State and you stand no of not getting your moneys worth Our Suits are strict guaranteed to hold shape sewing and to good They 10 to 20 handsewed button full padded shoulders hair which pre vents coat losing slate and the best of arc put into these garments Suits 5 to 10 for peo ple of moderate do not to pay more for a Suit We an and nobby selection of Suits and Overcoats at 5 to 10 will you good satisfaction and your moneys worth How about that boy of you bought him a yet Bring him in and let us you our stock of Boys Suits They arc looking atfor when you look them it means that you will purchase because the and style and the reasonable i price we is very tempting We pleasure in trying a Suit him Drop in and we will you Price 150 to In n Mufflers have just received beautiful sortment Ways filers Jitney stripes black white brown andother solid colors This what every of botji sex young ought it keeps from cold looks dressy place Sweater Price Woolen Top Shirts and Sweaters need Woolen Top Shirt Woolen Sweater docotne let show assortment We havu receiveda new supply of these lalely can satisfy your desires color quality price and Price ROYAL JEWELS XIV of Agrlpplna jewels and possession teas famous Agrippina posedof eight immense transparent setting tho jewels private cabinet might examine bin occu Europe country making strenuous entertainment given Princess Modena conversation designs jewelry Marquis who himself his antiquarian knowl observe imperial arched remarked possessed Marchion Montespan himWhen sparkling circlet excited universal admiration look marchioness this madame longer my Agrippina changed setting but tho brilliants replaced paste mysterywas proved the five years this store been in only carry largest and most buy Suit ment that The the most reliable chance ly color wear range from holes lined front from linings from means and who wish have elegant They give yours Have Suit show well worth quality offer take prove person catching Do goods 5250 brilliants We Dont Forget Your Feet We are great friends with the hu man foot Why Because we carry a large stock of Shoes that are made for comfort that is what the foot likes the best Style that is what you like the best and good wear and low price that is what the pocketbook likes the best So these three reasons ought to satisfy you We make good what we say Give us a trial THE SINGEROR Wheeler Wilson If in need of a Singer or Wheeler and Wilson Sewing Machine I will bring one to your house and showI you the work and make prices to suit the times on easy payments Also have repairs for all makes of machines Office at my residence On Center street Your patronage solicited J C BENNETT Hartford Ky SPECIAL PRICE ON THE REPUBLICAN And Owensboro Daily In quirer if paid at this office before Christmas Both pa pers one year for only 310 u no casirct wmcn neia tno crown had pretended an uttuchmqnt for ono of tho waiting women of tho Marchioness do Montespan who during his visits having free access to where the crown of Agrippina was kept had substituted mock dia i monds for tho true ones He was convicted and hanged upon which occasion Louis remarked to the duchess Ho has at least left us 1 the setting but Cromwell would have seized it wholeSundayi I MnqQxincI Moss and Tompson Plasterers and contractors satis faction guaranteed Phone 29 or Beaver Dam Planing Mill 13tf ny How About a HatIDint finpet hut we sell the Swim Brand Hats the best lint mmlu for popu lar pries We huve the latest shapes Derliri A I pijus Telescopes Broad Brims Narrow Brims tutu in fad ant shape Hat you art looking furl SO to 351 Wo have tlllJ B Stitstn in diilbrent shapes at L51 to ilIO Underwear When you think of Underwear think of USfor WE have a large supply in this line ill Woolen tutu Cotton Wrights Health Natural Wol Sanitary Fleece Heavy Ribbed in diHcrcnt colors Wo aUo have them for women and children re to 350 per Suit SAM BACH Hartford Ky deYght PICTURE SHOES I what many of our new Queen Quality THATS might fitly be called The makers of Queen Quality Shoes have long enJoyedworldwide renown for the beauty and originality of their shoe styles But this seasons models with their new toe shapes new heels and new patterns set a still I mark We only ask the opportunity ofshowing the new styles and demonstrating their superior style and fitting qualities Prices are 400 350 and 300 E P BARNES BROS I i J t IH Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN J I tiTiJJ Q aJt JSRLxI