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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1- u 4 tattfDrb J3Juttfcauu Fine Job Work a Specialty IP IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TIlE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year rOLeXIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY DECEMBER J 1906 No 21 OPENING OF CONGRESS Much Speculation About What bLaws Will be Passed Talk of War With Japan All Thought to Be Mere Rumor S rlnl doTneilrrrmlra5l- 14ashinglon D C Doc GThe opening of Congress this week 1ms of course been the event in the political world It means much to the social world also because it is the signal for a round of gayety with official semiofficial and private entertainments that have come more and more in recent years to occupy an important place in the winter life of Washington The big white building on the hill was crowded for the opening day as it always is on such occasions ft Speaker Cannon at one end of the building fairly divided interest with Vice President Fairbanks at the other The galleries were packed the diplomatic gallery especially and the crowd of distinguished vis itors entirely overflowed the private galleries and nearly filled the seats usually designed to accommodate the people Of course the first days session was productive of nothing in particular This day never is In fact the whole of the time between now and Christmas will in all probability be devoted largely to organizing the two houses and getting things in running order before the Christmas recess The rumored change that was to come about with Senator Platts resigna tion did not materialize and the quiet old gentleman was on hand in his seat as usual There is a great deal of specula tion over the legislation that Congress will be able to get through in t the brief time allowed it during a shortscssion It is generally agreed that the Ship Subsidy bill will be passed There is hope also in a great many quarters that the Rivers and Harbors appropriation bill will be passed Representative Burton of Ohio chairman of the River and Harbor committee is naturally much interested in the measure The plan of the River and Harbor Congress is for a widespread and systematic scheme of river and har bor improvement which would in volve an outlay of about 50000000 annually for several years to come There arc a number of other measures of considerable importance which will probably furnish a basis for a great deal of talk These include reform currency legislation the inheritance tax bill and the Philippine tariff AH of them are very good measures but which are vnot likely to stand much show during 1thebrief three months session War talk Is coming up again over the Japanese situation Most of it comes from abroad where the foreign Dowers profess to think that the United States stands in a very serious position with Japan See tretnry Metcalf who has returned from the Pacific coast has made a private report to the President on the San Francisco school situation and while he is not saying very much for publication it is not be lieved that he takes the situation very much to heart It is impossible to Imagine Japan going to war overanything BO trivial as the ex clusion of her children from the white schools This is not the sort of a provocation out of which wars I are made Further Japan has had recent and thorough experience of just what a war means and while her showing against Russia was un doubtedly surprising and put her in line as a firstclass power it is not thought that she would want to pull off another fight while her material and financial resources were still so seriously strained JAIiOlgThe Lodges The Blue Lodge met In regular monthly session Monday night with agood attendance On Jy routine work was disposed of The Mti w7aMl hhtlI a I lodge made its regular gift of 500 for Christmas presents to the chil dren of the Masonic Widows and Or phans Home Election of officers and a fine tur key supper wero the features of last nights Maccabco meeting At the regular meeting of Rough River Lodge K of PV Tuesday night two Pages were proven in the decidedrankto give a quail supper Christina night to which the wives sisters of sweethearts ot Knights will he invit ed Committees on supper and pro gram were name- dATTEMPTED SUICIDE Beautiful Young Lady Of Askins Attempts to Take Her Life by Drinking Carbolic Acid Fordsville Iyoo Dec 5This city was shocked Tuesday afternoon by attempted suicide by drinking carbolic acid in Coopers drug store o Miss Lucy Morton a young about 22 years of age Miss Morton is the daughter of Rev James Mor ton who lives about four miles eas of here and is a young lady of rare beauty and intelligence No motive for the rash act Is known as her relations with the world urc not dif ferent from the average young lady and her friends believe her effort to end her life must have resulted from temporary aberration of mind Miss Morton came into the drug store and called for five cents worth of carbolic acid which when handed her she deliberately drank down with the apparent composure of one drinking the last draught of a long and pleasant banquet A number of people witnessed the dreadful act and were ready at once with an tidotes to administer but the young lady composedly refused to take the medicines offered her but fortunately there was a traveling man present who appreciated the neces sity for prompt action and he seized the young lady and forced restoratives down her throat Later a physician came to the rescue trained knowledge of such matte and her life was saved Very fortunately the acid Miss Morton drank was much diluted find the effect was not so serious as otherwferf might have been Miss Morton comes of one of the best families in county and her unhappy experie is universally deplored by her friends andacquaintances Resolutions of Respect Cromwell Lodge No 692 F A M Again has been sounded at the door of our lodge an alarm and the angel of death who cannot be refused admission has removed from our midst our beloved brother N C Daniel who was born October 1 1835 and died November 28 1906 therefore be it Resolved That bowing submis sively to the divine decree we deep ly deplore our loss but are comfort ed with the wellgrounded hope that our loss is his gain and a reasonable assurance that he has only been re moved from this terrestial lodge to the Grand Lodge above there to spend an eternity of bliss under the watchful care of the Grand Master of the universe Resolved That by the death of Brother Daniel this lodge sustained the loss of a good and faithful brother true to the grand princi ples of Masonry his wife a loving husband his children a kind father the community a good and true citizenResolved That we extend to the family and friends of our deceased brother our heartfelt sympathy and earnestly commend them to the care of God on whom he trust ed and who alone can wipe away all tears and administer comfort in time of trouble Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the minutes and a copy be stint to the family of our deceased brother and be published in both of the county papers T WADE STRATTON J J JARNAGW Corn- S J DUNN EQUITY COLLEGE To be Built at Owensboro Chautauqua Park- A S of 0 to Furnish half and The Chautauqua Company Other Half of Capital I betweenIJA the oflicials of Seven Hills Chautau qua an agreement was entered Into for the establishment of an Equity college in connection with the Chau tauqua says the Owensboro Messenger A college to cost about 50000 will be erected at some suit able place in the Chautauqua park and will be used forthe accommoda tion of the school which will be in operation during the usual school months J onefhalf is to be furnished by the A S of E and the remaining onehalf is attonce begin the work of raising his portion of the fund The Chautau qua people will also go to work a once The school will be Immedi ately capitalized at 50000 with the intention of later doubling the cap Italstock The plan of the college will b unique in many respects In a prospectus which Mr Everitt prepared after he began his correspondence with the Chautauqua people an outline is given of what the school is expected to accomplish In the prospecI accordance with the most thorough ly approved educational methods But our chief claim to a school that is certain to produce exceptionally good results lies in certain features entirely new and distinctive which mark an epoch In the history of ed ucation Education will be naturally and intelligently directed along qualirs or an of the pupil will be told what he or she is best gifted for In this way a mistake need not be made in se lecting and preparing for a life vo cation We will strive to give a fancyeone In a general way Mr Everftt says of his proposed school Our aim is to establish an educational institu tion where the principles of equity truth and right living and thinking will be inculcated in the minds of the youth of the land Testing the Mineral The Punxsutawney Drilling and Contracting Company of Punxsu tawney Pa began Monday putting down a hole for the Hartford Coal and Oil Co for the purpose of testing the mineral on their land The drill used is what is known as a core drill which cuts out a core 2J inches in diameter the entire depth of the hole and delivers same in sections about 20 feet long This core fur nishes definite information concern ing the various kinds of mineral or other substances through which the drill penetrates A hole 500 feet will be bored on the North side of the creek opposite the ice factory Other tests will probably be made at other points Thanksgiving Day Celebration The Thanksgiving Day celebration of November 29th 1906at the home of Col Edwin Forbes near Fords ville was more than is usual in this part of the State At an early hour the guests began to arrive 10 oclock a m the expected particit pants had allarrived As thehistory which gave dawn to the national observation of this day is so dimly known by so many this far from the New England States Col Forbes gave his compa ny a brief history of its origin The Colonel is a native of New England and his grandmother Forbes and grandmother Perry were the de- scendents I of the Plymouth Rock pilgrims Ho gave an account of the persecution of these pious people under the blue laws of Great Britain and how they were driven out of England into Hollandand to further exorcise their free and religious belief they crossed the stormy Atlantic ocean to the faraway wilds of America and on the 22d day of December 1620 they landed on the barren and inhospitable shore at Plymouth Rock of which the poet says higheOn a stern and rockboundcoast And the woods against a stormy sky Their giant branches tossed And the heavy night hung dark The hills and waters oer When a band ofexiles moored their bark On the wild New England shore Col Forbes said that the second summer after their arrival they were threatened by a severe drouth A public fast was appointed and that evening the clouds collected and I poured down copious shoWers Which gladdened the face of the earth A day of general thanksgiving was appointed which is supposed to be the origin of the New England Thanksgiving Day The convention was interrupted by a summons to the table where an alltpartook of the Thanksgiving repast The evening was spent In social en joyment during which Col Forbes exhibited some early settlers relics youngepeople in the art of water color paintingOn for their homes all ex pressed themselves satisfied with the days entertainment and said that they had leartRd much of their national festival day that they never knew beforesNARROWS ife 5Mr Chas Wedding who has been attending school at Bowling Green for several months came home Wednesday- Mr and Mrs J B Renfrow were in Owensboro Monday Mr Cooper Powers and Miss Tina Powers were in Fordsville Wednes dayMiss Bessie Renfrow was in Ow ensboro Monday Much corn was lost by river farmers here in the recent flood in Rough riverThe pooling house here Is boom ing Nearly two hundred thousand pounds of tobacco have been pooled since the house opened and had the weather been seasonable for strip ping perhaps double that amount would have been received The management of the house is giv ing the farmers better satisfaction than it had been expected could be given when dealing with such a large number of tobacco growers There is weather indication now of a strip ping season and a flood of tobacco is expected to come in within the next few days but preparation has been made to handle it at the ware house without unreasonable delay It is very gratifying to the managers of the house to bear many fanners say that their advance of money on their tabacco is better than they clawityMAGAN Dec 3Rev F D Baughn filled his regular appointment I delivered farewell sermon at Pleasant Hill SundayMisses Ida and Nolie Chambers Fordsville attended church at Ma lt an Sunday Fi D Baughn has sold his business houses and stock of merchandise to Messrs JL Denton and Charlie Mills and will leave the first of Jai uary for Hartford Th aew warehouse at this place is almost completed and will be ready for receiving tobacco soon Mrs Matty Ralph is very low of consumptionMrs Renfrow spent Sunday at Ronda Millers Wilbur Deaver and family Jingo fathIercounty Sunday to see his brotherI 441j4 Sl tIlE PRINCETON RAID Presents a Problem Worthy of Attention Participants Actuated by Bad Motives lerlal to the 1I renrraxJ The burning of two large tobacco hunIIThe deed is a shocking example of Jawessness and the perpetrators- we will allow should be apprehend ed and punished but the incident challenges attention by its unusual features It would be rash pre sumption that so large a number of criminals at heart could be gotten to gether in Caldwell county It must be allowed that these men were actu ated by misguided notions of pro tecting their own interests It is far from my purpose to become the apologist for midnight incendiaries but It cannot be unprofitable to leok this incedent in the face and call a spade a spade For several years the tobacco trust has been piling up unneeded millions taken by force from the tobacco growers of Ken tucky and now these tobacco grow ers educated to the manner of the theft are retaliating in kind to the point of wasteful destruction of propertyThe of oppression is ever quickwith revolution and the Princeton incident is but an example of the operation of a law of human conduct as ancient as the history of the human race The tobacco trust has oppressed through the power of money and the potency of organ ization the tobacco growers to the verge of bankruptcy and goaded by the law of necessity to the invention of Tho Tobacco Growers Associa tion asa protective agency The Associations work of education has gone on until the growers inflam med by awakened consciousness of their oppression and emboldened by recently acquired knowledge of their power run the common course of human nature to volenee John Brown has come again to Harpers Ferryheart right head wrong apostle of revolution In a period of prosperity perhaps never before paralleled the tobacco growers seem to be the last to come into his share and to those accustomed to look at human nature as it is rather than as it ought to be as the common cus tom is see little cause forsurprise though much for regret in the Princeton riot Frankly my life is too short to waste my sympathy on the tobacco trust in its pecuniary loss at Princeton where it has sown the wind and reaped the whirlwind though I recognize that the preser vation of social order renders it im perative to apprehend and severely punish these disturbers of the public peace The fight of the farmers against the tobacco trust can and must be won by peaceful means and the fanatical crusader mustbe taught that the wanton destruction of property strikes not only at the tobacco trust but at tho very foun dation of social order which the State must sustain at whatever cost and yet those responsible for the maintainance of social order should not fail to see in these instances of disorder danger signals along the line of modern methods of organ ized wealth Not until cause is eradicated can results be expected to wholly disappear JOHN HENRY THOMAS Narrows Ky Dec 5 1906 County Court Orders The following are the most impor tant orders entered in county court since its regular November term Nov 19J L Allen qualifiedas deputy assessor C M Taylor ap I pointed as deputy county clerk Mrs JF Collins qualified as guardian of Katheryne Collins Nov 21John H Travis was ap pointed deputy county clerk Nov 23E A Tilford qualifiedI as administrator of W g i deceased Miss Margaret Marks qualified as deputy county clerk I Nov 26 Walter H Park quali fledas guardian for Fannie Austin Nov 28L L House qualified as administrator of Nat Brooks deceased L M Sanderfur qualified as deputy assessor Nov 29E Herrel qualified 83 deputy assessor Dec lG W Martin and J F Hicks qualified as deputy assessors Dec 3Obo Burdett motion for new road Report of opening filed and cause stricken off W S Trun nell motion for new road Road established and WmHardin appointed to open same Mrs Julia Allen qualified as guardian of Helfrich and Shultee Bishop W M Potts qualified as executor of Henry Bos well deceased Mary M Stinnett administrator of J W Stinnett filedsettlement and resigned Last will and testament of I C Adair probated and Mrs Louise Adair and Pope McAdams qualified AnthonyMaiden record Will of J S Tilford was probated and ordered to record Will of W G Tilford probatedand ordered to record I 3 FOR THE BUSY READER- It is rumored in Washington that Stuyvesant Fish may succeed the late Samuel Spencer as President of the Southern railway Mrs Carrie Nation has arrived at Corbin Ky and enlisted her services in the fight of the temperance element which will be decided this week It is reported in Panama that John G Sullivan assistant chief engineer of the Isthmian Canal Commission appointedin11 Chairman Knappof the Civil Ser vice Commission in a letter to Sen ator Hansbrough deplores the lack of authority of the commission to remedy the present car shortage S S Practically all tile Insurance doni panles having risks oh the socalled trust tobacco plants HaVe Candeled the policies in the western part pf Kentucky by telegraph and no more will be issued until the present did turbances subside s Notes From the H B I Interest is still good in the Hart ford Business Institute Grossie Williams city entered school Wednesday to take a course in bookkeepingOur is increasing at a steady rate and we receive inqui ries every day from prospects in regard to oUrwork In order to meet the need of our shorthand students we have added another Smith Prem ier typewriter on our equipments Miss Florence Jones Drakesboro who has been working on bookkeep ing and typewriting since Septem ber began work in shorthand Mon day Miss Anna Griffin commenced work Tuesday in bookkeeping and is now carrying the combined course Miss May E Rogers completed bank ing Monday Miss Hettie Reynolds Florence Jones and Evans Calais will be ready for banking in a short timeThe greatest speed in phrase writing so far was made by Roy Heivrin 187 words per minute and the great est speed typewriting by Miss Gladys Duke A typewriting con test will be held in a short time the result of which will be given next weekApplications for office help con tinue to come Two young men stenographers wanted this week This substantiates the claims we have made from the beginning that we could place students in positions as soon as they were competent Notice The stockholders of the Hartford Tobacco Warehouse Company are notified to meet at Hartford Mon day December 10 1906 WARREN LINDLEY Pres By DAVID MORELAND Secy = A 1 Cl- i l 1 HEW BAT DANGER t Rodents Two Anti OneHalf Feet Long Reached Ntw York on SMcSj And May Become Naturallud err York tmtrfMz- l l Considerable excitement was created the other day by three gigan tic rats on a barge in the North nv cr They attacked a terrier and bit him to death but were finally killed I with an ax by John Stennecls longshoreman who live at 230 River Street Hoboken The rats were of such extraordina t ry size as to suggest that they may have been brought to New York irom the west coast of Africa where there exists in large numbers a spcI des of rat known in the native Fang language as kui About two and a half feet long the kui is in other respects so much like the comrzon brown rat as to be practically a mag nificent edition of the latter That it should be imported rots this is no matter for surprise inasmuch I inasmuch as it frequents houses and might easily find its way on board a shipThis be it observed iseiiicifythe way in which the rats which are ale ready so familiar first arrived in America They have born the companions j of man living at his expense l though against his will fince prehistoric times and have made their way to all parts of the world bj take ing passage on vessels No house rats are natives to this country though we have a good many non domesticated species such as field j I rats and wood rats Thirty years ago the common house rat in this country was the black rat with long tail md bi elrI jandat that time the hrown rat called the Noroaynrt was familiar to us only as a denizen Iofwharves and ships being often j of as the ship rat or deck I rat This rat howevercoon drive out the black species Itwas newly twice as big and much more feroci hurt so it was able to put the black to fight taking its place in our ttdouses the black and the gray rats are of Asiatic origin The formers said to have entered Europe by way of Aitrachan about four cenj turies ago the brown specire Persia following 200 years Later At the present time the brown rat u the animal being able to ho 5 s own anywhere by reason of its vigor Iandferocity Man has n Tel been to fight it vary SKcessafuUy und its numbers are limited only by n the available food supply So rapidly does it breed that iran otEopricKS I survived the progeny asinglepair in three years would number SGT 1I000 and would weigh us much as- K eighty large elephants If the kui from Africa jSwroTd fce introduced in the United State 1 it would be likely in UB turn to drive out the brown rat Uld1ein so huge it might hivomc a dangerous nuisance Rats two and n half feet long if they became common would be no joke Indeed the brovm rats are had enough A doter of thorn killed two little childrw named Woodward in Dorchester a suburb of Hanoi in February 1SS They will even rsail grown iivwple when theyU1 i The brown rat in ltnlarinn tn is sizi il one of the jaort rJ1tlrc ui of animal A diswwt enc vilJ iittfiUtt to ttickle it and it wiS ve i law a ferret in the open 2 ycccd lythen found it Hewers iu excetl I ingly diuuriroj Ixciuretta ttKl foul with halfdccmKIil matter on which it has foil ron Ii infest 1 ion to the wound flTai hJrafniuV ly carrks diseasesuch Nis Dtiallytt and scarlet fever from house to house cannot be Uoublert and isIr jioivily known to be ilw j rincfiv agent by which the swarth+ l Flu 9 or bubonic pluge is wren For chapped and crwScntf Jwtffe nothing is quito to good n vnO5iiii lion of DisWittH Witch Hserf lw Put it on before phiy tr berth wit I an old pair of glovta mlri aihaft idifference the momin v ltd hUll Sold by all druggist u Tile Pace of LtvfF Thepcee of living icar tfr Xfoftiii I States seems to be geUlry SarYIG That it ia the country v ljU rte i o f over indulgence has been nowhere i better illustrated than in statistics furnished by the Department of Laborf of luxuries ynpo rted into the United States for the fiscal year reached the astound ing figure of 100000000 Tobacco cigars and cigarettes were brought into the country to the extent of 25 000000 which is more than double the importation of ten years ngoI The sank figures show that opiu smoking has largely increased a to crown this evidence of our run ning diamonds worth 40000000 passed through thecustoms last year as compared with only 75000 worth La altengo An Alarming Situation Frequently results from neglect of dogged bowels and torpid liver un til constipation femmes chronic This condition is unknown to those who use Dr Kings New Life Pills the best and gentlest regulators of stomach and bowels Guaranteed by ZWayne Griffin Bro Hartford Ky Price 50c m The Party toltahomeTmlteenunaOtuo ratJ The recent elections in a national sense offers small indication of are viving of the democratic party In deedsome astute political observers appear to think that the party is in the last Stages of disorganized While this may be true so far as the present incoherent and demoralized ira grants of political crazy quilt called by the courtsy and for want of a better name the Democratic some who care more Jor principles than namemore for good govern I ment than office holding a viewing thu situation with a the ful optimism based upon an absolutely faith in the ultimute preservation of the doctrines of Jefferson in their fundamental essentials This view is supported by the ten acity with which the party holds it self as a factor to be reckoned in political contests and the virility and which it displays in the face of I crushing defeatsand internal dissensions At no lime in its history however has its prospects appeared so gloomy as the present A leadei less host with no friendly star to guide its destinies it wanders in th wiliness for confusion and the dark ness of doubt The cause of its div aster is not far to seek The path of i the fathers where the cloud by cia I I told till pillar ui fire by niznt ed the safe und pltasaut way is fu sakes of the sale und pleasant way is forsaken for the devious ways ut political adventure the solid ire ranks are broken into duurgai- zed gangs of political free bootel s every man for himself and the devil take the bin tlsmust btacltj est then come better times Wne the paaty is done hobnobbing wit pupulismwhen it is through rubbing noses with socialism when it tires of following tiw ignis fetus of a short out promised land then w hope to see it rehabilitated vilhI reason and reconvicted of sin und bring fruits must for repentace Bows This We offer One Hundred Dollars fo any case of Catarrh that cannot ho cm ed tiy Halls Catarrh CurcIIF J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 We tho undersigned have know F J Cheney for the last 15 yours ami belfevchim perfectly honorable i finanIllcialaylions made by his firm WALDINC KINNAN AMARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo oIHulls Catarrh Curvfe taken inter nailacting directly upon the blood IIYlotemII1ltillwnals per bottle Sold by nil Druggists Take Halls Fatuity Pads for con alilatioa m Pager From Corn 3uks Paper will be mwitfroci the husls of sweet corn by u manufacturing zrnnlaay inconarutwint VintonIa with un nuihurian ipial of ijQO Careful exprhiienta hue ItItfrom them will produo Y paper of tlxJ strongest filler Diith From Lockjaw Never follows an rafojy dress j with Bucklena Arnica Salve Its l antiseptic and healing properties prevent blood paiscnSig Charles 4evraldsmerdrurto llenselersville N Y writes it cnjedSeth Birch of thin vlace of the ugKeat ldyae1 ever s71a Cures cutsIVAKinJj burns anti sums tic Wi1ltlhnidlIlwct m p AAAAdftAdAAd AddAAA AdAAflAflddAAftdAftAdA Ai 6 s You Can TI fi fib 13 r 1ndyes IntitI t- A u u1 dllitliulrndr 1 suppl Great bargains have been pickedup hero and thcr nII blIgainsVyou come us out WE STAND FOR QUALITY aqw PRACTICE ORIGINALITY gAll now Conceits in Millinery are brought out each week in out rt1own exclusive production Stylish uptodate Mats arranged on tables foul priced as follow Soft Felt Stitched Hood Mats At Each Q5c v L 41 Childrens Felt Flats Vf 50ct4E Good stylish ready lowear Hats 75ceelIIi tl Another line of very siylish read towetu and Tiiinmed Hats At Each 75c and 150 best line iicludi everything in high grade extremely stylish yn1luts price each 9i At l50c to 300 4 Your orders for speciialllul eatn Ill prmnptlv exenutcllfowl oIlIlJl 41ell to suit your own ioVas Vo invite you to come and sue tliis Imrirui etllllt1111 of our uptodate 11llhlll11I An 1 Cl ETP Barnes BrosiKy m WINS IN APPELATE COURT Does The A S of E in Owenstoro Tax Suit Judge Barker Writes Opinion- e A decision just handed down by Judge Henry S Barker of the Ken tucky Court of Appeals in a suit by the local A S of E at Owensboro Oxrborn scores another victory farmers in establishing their right to pool their crops As reported ofntobacco in hogsheads stored by members of the Society of Equity with Messrs Turpin Wood as their agents to hold andsell when a reasonable price could beob TaxhCollector J C OBryon was pro paring to sell a number of these hogsheads to satisfy city tax claims Turpin Wood together with members Jf the A S of E constituting the finance committee of the Society brought suit to enjoin the tax collector Judge Birkhead the Circuit Judge granted The tax collector- r appealed and Judge Barker dismissal the appeal and sustained Judge Birk Open the bowels and get the cold Jout of your system Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup opens the bowels and at the same time nluys mucousj psItheany opiates Conforms to the Na tional Pure Food and Drug Law Plpasnt to take Sold by all drug bt m He Und Only One Parent Papa said n little girl the other day to her father in New York we must not be too hard on these bad children who interfere with our because that boy is just an orphan He has no father or mother and just one parent and she is and old maid which did not seem to little girl to be a very bright for her bud hay friend CaSTCr LS Hetln atelhl led Tau Hiw Alwars Bmi 61 srWaEeson Russian Farms llnrrnii on stnil tlo llnlleiln IThe extreme poverty and low of living of pcnsants from whom the agricultural laborers are recruited assure a low level of wager for agricultural labor Tile av erage wages will appear almost iicvdible low from an American 0 point of view notwithstanding the general complaints of the laborers According to an official investiga tion embracing the decade of 1832 1S91 the average annual wages for u male agricultural worker in Russia were less than 32 and for a female worker less than 13 To this must be added the cost of subsistence which is equally low being on an average 21 for a male and S22 for a female we rkere for a whole year so that the average cost of employing a laborer for the entire is equal to only 55 for the male and 10 for the femaleThe wages for the summer of five months are almost equal to the an nual wage being 22 for the male and 10 for the female laborer A vegetable corrective for the stomachs of babies andchildren with the name of each ingredient in English on every bottle that is CASCASWEETS the ideal medicine for the little ones Contains no opi ates Conforms fully with the Na tional Pure Food and Drug Law Write E C DeWitt Co Chicago III for the Baby Book Sold by all druggists m Insurance Department of Kentucky Frankfort Aug 13th 100G Whereas The National Life In surance Company located at Mont pelier Vt is possessed of the actual capital required under the laws of this Commonwealth and has com plied with all the requirements of said laws which are applicable to Life Insurance Companies incorpor ated by or doing business in other States of the United States Now therefore I Henry R Prcwitt Insurance Commissoner for the State of K nusky in pur uanc of the authority vested in me by the laws of this Commonwealth do here by certify that C M Barnett and C E Smith of Hartford in the County of Ohio are authorized as Agents of the aforesaid Company to transact the business of Insurance for one year from Aug 1 1906 in this State as provided by the laws thereofIn tirnony Whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and caused my official Seal to be affixed on the day and year first above written HENRY R PRRWITT Insurance Commissioner Tested Cucumber Pickles Fill a jar with cucumbers that have been washed and wiped Pour enough boiling water over to cover them Each morning drain all water off and fill jar with fresh boiling water until they have been scalded seven mornings The eighth morn J yt at 1 t 28 visOf Honest Business Repu tation j5 Back of Every J- M02TUMS1TT r Sold By XJs GeoiiscielSoiisProDsl j Oweasboro Monumental Works J 412414 E Main St Yards 2I42IO2I8 Cliw St r OWENSBORO KENTUCKY i act Our PrIce+ toot We junrnntcc to Snvo You e Moncy on All Good HoncHt Work t ee In1euunuleyDinotaeo drenLhmrLaooaWJrpuerpeneo prarttoSsUHP3JO 503505 Seventh StreetWASHINOTON DC ing dissolve one teicun of salt to each gallon of the boiling water used in scolding tho cucumber Tho ninth morning drain away the salty water and cover cucumbers with boiling vinegar In a fuw days the pickles are ready for use and will keep without sealing The Most Precious Gem An official of the national musem atWashin ton gives some facts not generally known concerning the re latiye values of diamonds and rubiesAccording to the latest figures btainable ruby weighing as much as 5 karats is worth ten to twelve times as much as a diamond of the same weight even through the latter be of the first water The ruby therefore instead of the dia mond Is the men trial that embodies the highest money value in the snutli est compass a Ate vr Thousands of Acres For Sale- at roasonabl rlce trtfA Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRONIMOUNTAIN ROUTE in Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS recJn1ntthalrrust and third Tuesday of oath pampletolders H C TOKSSiW Ms Psres t I- Ir atk CASTORIAInfants Children Have Always Bought Bears the- Slgnatnre of I BTO llATTHcWS tl lIn PsD V t+ N- vmartut + For and The Kind You k r r MIDNIGHT RAlDfRSI Destroy Two Tobacco Facto ries at Princeton A Loss Bctween75000and100 000 Excitement Runs High M For over an hour shortly after I midnight last Friday night Princeton Ky was in the hands of a band of 300 masked men who de stroyed the tobacco stemmerics of ItStjr Dollar and John L Orr in on to several other buildings It causing a loss of between 75000 and 100000 The stemmeries which itwere destroyed were closely identi the tobacco trust it The raiders took possession of the It water works the telephone service the telegraph offices and even the court house to prevent anyone It from tolling the bell and disarmed It all the policemen and kept the fire men within their quarters Over 200 shots were fired and the daring citizen who stuck his head out of the it window quickly withdrew it to the Itaccompaniment of a whiz of bullets and a positive order to get back Some of the night raiders began to slip into town early in the even ing and posted themselves at dif ferent points where they were prepared to act as guards The main bojof men did not make their ap pearance however until about 1230 when from every road and bypath they rode walked and drove into Princeton There was no at concealment for as the attemptI rushed through the streets their pistols in the air and for a time there was a reign of terror First they went to police head quarters and succeeded in disarming the policemen Then a portion of I the crowd proceeded to the telephone exchange where two girls were on duty These were ordered to leave their desks and upon their compliance they sent them home under guard In the mean time a body of men had taken charge of the telegraph office while another crowd was in full possession of the water works Then the work of destruction was begun by visiting the Orr factory In this there was 250000 pounds of tobacco and the building itself wa- swith about 20000 The torch was at once applied and aided by the use of dynamite the building was soon a mass of ruins The next place visited was the Stegar Dollar stemmery which contained about 200000 pounds of tobacco thestemmery being valued at 15000 This shared the fate of the Orr building and in order to make the work of destruction more certain oil was poured on the sides of the building Then without furtherto do the riders scattered as they had come by every road and bypath and in a few minutes only the light of the flames front the blazing buildings remained to tell of their presence Meanwhile the fireman who had been powerless to act owing to the I fact that the riders had control of the water works rushed to the scene as soon as the incendiaries left and after a stubborn fight succeeded in sufcdiXeing the flames Not howev er before several other buildings had been destroyed- It was impossible to discover the I identity of any of the men in the raiding party as their masks com pletely concealed their features The people of Princeton and the surrounding county are indignant over thb outrage and the officials declare that every effort will be made to run the perpetrators of the crime to earth This is the third time within the t past few month that factories have been destroyed by night riders having been blown up recently one atFredonia and one alt Eddyville The mob left Princeton before 2- oclockand proceeded in the direct ion of Eddyville When within about four miles of Eddyville they turned off the Cadiz road and proceeded in the direction of the place Somtruf the tobacco men say that the work was not that of any mem berg of the Tobacco Growers Association They hint that the fires were started by enemies of the As sociation The daring act of the incendiaries hns created great excitement When t t news reached Kuttawa the Sher- Iff of Lyons county started at once for Princeton where he began to raise a posse with the intention r t pr Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription ImpllrfIlig rholocalwhendlaro cuml the whole body gains In health sicklywomenordobllltatsd especially for women who whoitor bear heavy household burdens and for FavoritePrescription healthrestoringand nervInnequalod and Is invaluabin In allaying and IrritabilIty tion neuralgia hysteria chorea or St VltusK dance and other distressing nervous symptoms commonly attendant upon functional organic disease of refreshIng despondency obstlnato cases Favorite Pre I scription Is a positive curo for tho most complicated and obstinate cases of fe Irregularities i I organs weak back bearingdown sensa tion and Dr uJcocrlltlonITIll Indians know of the marvelous curative valuo of Homo of these roots and Im that knowledge to some of the friendlier whites and some of tho myra progressive physicians came to thl1hllesuperior curatlvo vlrtuesand their safe qualitiesYourdrugKlsts thoFAVoniTK PUB Miurriox and also that famous altera tivebloidlurlflerandstomach tonic thin Uninirv MrincAi Dmcovicnr wrlto to Dr Ilercn about your case Ho Is an I experienced physician and will treat your case as ctlnl without charge for correspondence Address him at the InstituteIhnflaln sulting physician of tracking some of the men and thus learning if possible the names of the leaders ais a mistake to use a violent ca IIIt to open the bowels A movement will accomplish the same results without causing distress or serious consequences later DeWitts Little Early Risers are recommended Sold by all druggists m GO BEGGING Do Government Jobs Because Wages Are Too Low and Ex aminations Too High Everybody except Uncle Sam is raising wages and the result is that Uncle Sam is getting short of help says a Washington dispatch People used to stand in line foe jobs under the government They dont do it any more The government stands in line in many parts of the country and it is clear down to the small end of the line toofiling its applica tions for persons to work for it and not getting them The postoffice service in large re regions lain a serious condition for want of clerks They cannot be had at the wages paid So serious in fact has this become that the civil service examinations for many classes of positions have had to be toned down in order that people willing to take the positions can get through the tests and reach the eligible lists This according to un official of the commission has had to be done in a number of cases This official tells of one 75 per month postoflkc clerkship that was offered in turn to every one of a dozen persons who had taken and passed the examination All refus ed it and a second examination fail ed to secure an eligible who would take the post when it was tendered him It cant raise wages out of hand just because It needs people Congress hasnt fixed things that way k Back ache cold hands and feet rheumatism and kindred ailments caused by improper action of the kidneys yield readily to a short treat ment of DeWitts Kidney and Blad der Pills They quickly drive the poisons from the system and thus afford relief A weeks treatme 0 t for 25c Recommended by all dru gists LongLost Treasure Found The director of the treasury of Brazil while hunting for some lost papers has made an astonishing dis coveryA box which had not appar ently beendisturbed for many year was found to contain gold silver and diamonds to the value at least 700 000 Among the valuables r covered are the imperial crown and scepte of Brazil valued at 105000 and th imperial mantle bordered with gold The box in which the treasure was found is believed to have been deposited in the treasury since 1836 OJfc A V OCEV X A riles tU t lto Kind You Xtn sIIptvI GREAT NAVAL DISPLAY Hampton Roads to be the Scene ofI A Brilliant Marine Spectacle During ExpositionI No more appropriate place than Hampton Roads could be imagined as a setting for the naval rendez vous to be held there next year in connection with the Jamestown Ter- Centennial Exposition Commemor ating the landing of the early Eng lishcolonists at Jamestown VaI not far away The Exposition is on the southern shore of Hampton Roads not far away from the clustering cities of Tidewater Virginia Almost equidistant from the site are the cities of Norfolk Portsmouth Newport News and Old Point Comfort At this latter spot is the Governments greatest artillery station and the waters in front of it has long been used as a rendez vous for the fine ships of Uncle Sams navy The water is of suf ficent depth to float the largest battleship and placid enough to lull anyone to sleep on the tiniest pleas ure craft For miles the great roadstead stretches away from the site of the Exposition grounds encircled with spots recallingevery epoch of the martial history of the United States First and foremost of these is of course the great fort at Old Point Comfort known as Fortress Monroe The waters include the scene of the battle between the Mon VirginiaIa fierce attack made on Craneys Jsland in the harbor The attack was repulsed with great loss John Paul Jones was a frequent visitor coming down in his yacht from his plantation on the banks of the RapI pahannock The Constitution andI the Constellation sailed from itsI waters on famous cruises which brought them and their commanders eternal glory The illfated Chesa peake set forth from Hampton Roads on the cruise which was to humiliate her commander by hia being obliged to surrender with almost no resistance Sewells Point the site of the Exposition was during the Civil War the location of a Confed erase battery and was repeatedly shelled by Union war vessels On the other side of the roadstead is Hampton Roads now the location of the Soldiers Home carried during the Revolution by British troops Nearby is Smithfield where lies buried the remains of many of the early colonists Indian relics abound in the region about Hamp ton Roads Such will be the stage setting of I j HE above picture of the mini mill flsli is trademark ofScotts Emulsion und is the synonym for strength and purity It is sold in almost all the civilized coun trine of the globe extinctmit would bo a worldwide calamity because the oil that comes from its liver all other fatsin nourishingloud lifegiving properties Thirty years ago the proprietors pf Scotts Emul stun found a way of preparing cod liver oil so that everyone can take it and get tho full value of the oil without the objectionable taste Scotts Emulsion is thee best thing in the world for weak backward children thin delicate people and all conditions of wasting and lost strength Stud for are sample SCOTT Ss BOWNE CHEMISTS 409411 PBABL CTBEBr VBW YOU Kc and flOO AU dnggtits the greatest marine spectacle ever gathered on any waters for the delight of thousands Denlsty of the Human Body- A French scientific writer points weightI tion It is according to him rather- a question of the density than the quantity of the tissue which covers the bones When increased weight results from increased density then the health is really improved In order that this principle may be practically applied he suggests the use of baths containing a known quantity of water and supplied with appliances far measurement whereby the density of the immersed body may be calculated in the manner in which Archimedes ascertained the density of King Hieros crown of adulterated gold- Deadly Serpent Bites Are AS common in India as are stom achand liver disorders with us For the latter however there is a sure remedy Electric bitters the great restorative medicine of which S A Brown of Bennettsville S C says They restored my wife to perfect health after years of suffering with dyspepsia and a chronically torpid liver Electric Bitters cure chills and fever malaria biliousness lame back kidney troubles and bladder disorders Sold on guarantee by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggists Price 50c m Hard to Account for It Why any one should take the trouble to discuss such revolting subjects as experimental marriage and kindred subjects is surprising There are so many things in the world that ought to be interesting to clean pureminded people that it is wonder that any one should thrust such subjects upon themJWho Pays the Advertising Billy An unknown exchange asks Did you ever think about it Who pays for the advertising of merchants and 1tiserhim twofold in net increased profits Not the purchaser for he buys cheaper from the advertiser and has a better assortment and fresher goods to select from Whd then really pays the advertising bills The nonadvertiser of course A just proportion of the money he loses by his lack of initiative enter prise finds way eventually to the printer to advance the cauSe of ed ucation and the interests of the com munity Who pays for that advertising I which attracts the people of this town and other towns The home merchant not only loses that trade but in that loss pays for the other fellows advertising Isnt it plain The store keeper is a relic of the past the active merchant is an active being of today Following the Flag When our soldiers went to CubaIand the Philippines health most important consideration Wills I T Morgan retired Commissary Sergeant U S A of Rural Route No 1 1 Concord N H says I was two years in Cuba and two years in the Philippines and being subject to to colds 1 took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption whichI kept me in perfecthealth in New Hampshire we find it the best medicine in the world for coughs colds bronchial troubles and all lung diseases Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug gists Price 50c and 100 Trio bottle free r Whale Killing With Electricity- An ingenious Yankee sea captai- has invented an apparatus wit which he thinks whales can be kilts by electric shock A harpoon is fixed at the end of a long metali- cable properly insulated and which serves in place of the usual rbp Through this cable an electric cur rent of 10000 volts is to be sent by means of a dynamo carried on the whaleboat No whale will be able to withstand such a shock I E C boWitt CoChicagoa t whose labratory Kodol is prepared I assures us that this remarkable di gestant and corrective for the atom I ach conforms fully to all provisions of the National Pure Food and Drug Law The Kodol labratory is a very large one but if all the sufferers from indigestion and stomach troubes could know the virtues of forIflthe in rIY1VY l ifYa it I ion1As1s1 I IPro 08lUpanonWormsCxmvuIsionsreverish nessandLoss OF SUmp r cSmtI signature or NEW YORK LEILJ CASTORIA Infant Children The Kind You Have Alwayfiht In Use For Over Year- sCASTORIA K OUR CLUBBING RATES t- iTHE REPUBLICAN Louisville HeraldL25REPUBLICAN Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUBLICAN CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN Home Farm REPUBLICAN Lipponcotts Cosmoplitan 325 TILE REPUBLICAN Twicaa Week Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 Tiff REPUBLICAN National Magazine150A- ddress orders to THE REPUBLICAN RANDALL COUNB Z GRIFFIN When Louisville STOP AT Setifiitigs EUROPEAN HOTEL Hone Ohio COURt People Elegant Clean zooms Polite Attention S W Corner Second Jefferson Streets COLLINS GRIFFIN Props The Publishers Claims Sustained UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMS Tho Publisher fIr International otlatltt1InfacttliolWpuh laeveryparttrlttdand severer 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Ticket Office Big Four No 259 Fours avenue or write to SJ GATES I Genl Agent Passenger Dept I Louisville I + 1CinCl General HJ Pltee Kyi I I r Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN si y lJt e Y As 1i 1I 1 1 r OF E SUITS AND OVERCOATS t CLOAKS AND SKIRTSii h MORROWe Buy your Xmas Suit and Overcoatsa money The latest and the best makes at 30c and 40c less on the dollar feme ladies and look at the Cloaks and Skirts They are the latest fine melees and good colors Buy your daughter and yourself Cloak and Skirt for Xmas and save from 30e to 40c on the dollar Sm Bich THartford Hartford Republican lowed by the llortlorl rolillnbloKCorniinnTiK- CORrORlYEDll k IIIrCTEO =pnOZO- Cunc1lDncS3Rough alvr 33 FRIDAY DECEMBER 7 ANNOUNCEMENTS W ire nntborlted to announce S A ANHKIU SON of Wrut IlnrUord Irfdnct a candidate for prvwntntlTe In the General AurmHr from thU the 36th dlitrlct nbJt to the action of I tbeaepnbllcanpartyWe announce W W IAIIK of the lleda Precinct a candidate for nPltrtatlreln theOenernl Ansembly from thin theSith district subject to tbe action of the Itrpulillcnn 1partyl 1 1 Examine the label on your paper If It Is not correct notify us AN Ohio boy weighs 488 pounds He evidently has aspirations to be Secretary of WarirtOPPORTUNITY may never knock but once However others will do enough to make up for it THOUGH lessvery much hu miliated Dr Powell was able to hold his usual service last Sunday I WHEN Senator Tillman is about to deliver a lecture he advertises the fact by getting himself threatened WE do not blame Senator Platt He resigned once before and the Legislature accepted his resignation as sincere WitIT is said there are fourteen edi tors in the Missouri Legisluture Fourteen editors should be able to show Missouri anything THOSE wireless messages from the Louisiana were a little confused but they made it clear that the Pres ident was on board and the ship was coming this way- SECRFTAItY BONAPARTE wants to reduce the number of rich men in this country He can get more votes k e on a proposition to reduce the number of poor ones JUST letping of centralizing railroads continue for a little while and Mr Bryan can condense the is l I sue by urging government ownership J of Mr Harriman TilE Muhlenberg Argua is still 1madover the election It will prob not be here to weep and rail I over another one It seems to h1 u been born with U a pickle in its mouth THAT committee of ministers I 9 which visited the Governor last w week must have been easily satin y fled Such simple abiding faith has not been known in modern times r Even the New Testament mentions only one such example but that was in Christ Himself j ALL right minpeople will con j demn the burning of the tobacc- factories as Princeton It strikes a the very foundation of our socialsys tem Under such resort no ones property would be safe The tore is the last and most cruel form o vengeance under which the innocent must suffer It is wrong however to charge this outrage to the American Society of Equity or the Dar Tobacco Growers Association The members of that mob may or may not have been members of either order If they were we stake our reputation on the statement that they had no orders from either or ganization to commit this crime The contest between the tobacco trust and the growers has been a hard I fought one No act of persecution has been too low for the trust to at tempt In order to break up the or der it has used every known device to draw off and buy out its mem bership It is no wonder that in such a contest there should be cre ated frenzy among theexcitable For the act of a few misguided men the whole organization should not be censured Nothing could have happened which would better play into the hands of the trust by depriving the organization of the sympathy j and support from the country at large which it so well deserves i We are glad to note that the Secre tary of the National Tobacco Grow i ers Association was prompt to give out a statement condemning the Princeton outrage in no uncertain terms DOESNT KNOW ITSELF Last week in response to a tirade of the Hartford Herald we said Since the Hartford Herald has taken occasion in its customary hysteric way to vent its spleen on THE KEllliLlCAN because we jokingly gibed it about its slow progress we have gone through the musty files of that publication in our oflice to learn what it said about us when we donned the eightpage form In their issue of November 23 1903 we find the following The Hartford REPUHUCAN quotes some of their subscribers as endorsing its new form while we have heard several Republicans objecting to it but they all unite in condemning the gloomy black heading across the top The paper has been under its new man agement just about long enough to find out that some of its friends are ready to put a head on it This gentle reader is the way the Hcrald kindly stated the facts of our change to an eightpage paper and wished us progress This so inflamed the minds of Ithe erstwhile goodygoody Herald editors that they chattered at us earIoldThe fact is the Herald was not Itt tion day two days later November 25 1903 but we fail to find any such editof thought that the REPUBLICAN had possibly made a mistake and so we Novembekr we no editorial mention of the REPUB LICAN Will the REPUBLICAN acknowledge that it has wilfully misstated the facts or will it give us the real dates and quotations Are the Herald editors so for getful and know themselves so imI Iagoning enough to deceive the public about what they did say We cannot for the purpose of helping it I out of its dire predicament admit or even hint that we have wil fully or at all misstated the facts in regard to this matter We efred as to the date only and it is a piti ful defense for the Herald to say I quotationI I paper from which we took the paragraph and the Herald editors will find it in the first column of the sec and page fourteenth paragraph If however from this information they are unable to locate it and if they or either of them will call at our office we will put his finger on the paragraph for him The inference might be drawn from the Heralds palaver that it will occasionally speak in kind terms of the REPUBLICAN hereafter If so it has certainly met with a complete change of heart as it is common knowledge that since the establish ment of this paper the Herald has very seldom missed an opportunity to attempt to discredit it New Gents Furnishing House Mr F D Baughn will open a firstclass Gents Furnishing House in the brick building formerly occupied by THE REPUBLICAN on Cen ter street January 1 1907 He is now purchasing the most complete and uptodate stock ever brought toHartfordHe carry a nice line of undertakers good His motto will be fair dealing liveand let live Moss and Tompson Plasterers and contractors satis faction guaranteed Phone 29 or Beaver Dam Planing Mill 13tf BUFORD S J Hussey who has gone West to look out a location reports that he is well pleased with the country Mrs J D Holbrook has a very sore foot caused by pulling out a small wart on the toe by the side of the nail C W Hussey has been quite sick for the past three weeks but is thought to be improving- Mr and Mrs John Blair went to Hartford Monday on business- R R Cundiff and wife went to Owensboro Monday returning Tues dayOwen Magan and Wm Nicholson went to Owensboro Tuesday with tobaccoThere has been several crops of tobacco sold to Massey Bros Liver more at 8 8 and 2 A T Bell delivered a load of to bacco to the Equity house at Hart ford this week Born to Mr and Mrs L D Ma gan on the 24th ult a fine girlI Dr Shultz attending physician Mother and child doing well Miss Cinthy Warden of Center town is visiting her sister Mrs F M Hobver Lon Allen and familof Barnetts Creek have moved into the Dr Cot trell property and will run a hux ter wagon A nice surprise birthday dinner was given to Mrs Mary Bell Wed nesday the 5th inst it being her 75th birthday Those present were Mrs John C Riley Mrs W E Ellis Mrs W H Riley Mrs R R Riley R C Hudson and wife Jack Hudson and wife NOble Hud son and wife A T Bell wife and daughter Mary Bessie Richardson America Bell Sam Bell and family liqr children and grandchildren her neighbors and friends Buck Stinnett and wife John Blair and wife Walter Blair and wife Mrs R R Cundiff Mrs Laura Magan and daughters Gracie and Carrie j with several others The table was j spreadwith all tbe good things imj aginable which the guests brought j with them They also brought ai few presents suitable for old ladies I Come again I iDigest ot President Roosevelts Message Among the chief things recom mended by the President in his message are in brief the following Currency reform and laws avoid ing discrimination Graduated inheritance and income taxTechnical and industrial training in schools Arbitration between capital and labor before committee either State or Federal Prevention of lynch Jaw by educa a +F ++++a++++f Fit414144 ++ ++ rpt+44t+++tttt+thM3 iooTHE KENTUCKY t I Light and Power Co I COSTI 1 I1ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN HEALTHY AND SAFE NOHO IiI OR BUSINESS HOUSE SI iIfi i ML HEAVRIN Manager if I- fFHFHV4h1 I1H4F4t1hHFt4FtFit3hdFF4iFi FIhA + + + + tion of both races- Government should have right of appeal in criminal cases Revision of marriage and divorce lawsGovernment promises protection to farmersProtection to fur seals and better understanding with Britain on this subjectMaintain high standard for army and navy and prepare for all emer genciesFreedom for Cuba Free trade for Philippines possi bly a lower tariff- Supervision over corporations rather than an effort toward pre vention of consolidation Give pure food and rate bill fair trialStrengthen employers liability lawBetter child labor legislation Preserve firmly the Monroe doc trinePlace limitation on rignt of injunction v Barred Plymouth Rocks- A few fine birds pullets and cockerels at reasonable prices MRS C E SMITH Hartford Ky- CENTERTOWN Dec 5Will Stogner has sold his saw mill but has made arrangements for Eugene Stroud to make a set near here Mr Daniel has moved from here to Olaton I W K James and J S Igleheart I Matanzas were here this week on I businessF and son of Morgan prospecting J B Maddox who has been con fined to his room for months with improvingJ 4ermore II J W Greenwood of Livermore has bought property and moved hereMr Campbell has moved from his farm to our town Joe Kincholoe of Central City was here this week on business I lIt Quiets the Cough This Is one reason why Ayers N Cherry Pectoral Is so valua t ble in consumption It stops the wear and tear of useless coughing But It docs more it controls the inflammation quiets the fever soothes heals Ask your doctor about this testimonialSold wniUHI e t uerk PILLS SARSAPARILLA t Ifwthe formulae cfall our modlollla thAbowels yvw e1c eia e p ta 4 Hartford Republic dI FRIDAY DECEMBER illinois Contral Railroad Timo Tablo form rbnei1- No122sIuG ii iii No ITMnilfinp m H 0102 ilq 4i pm Sillllll Ililllttil So lilliilldl n IIIj No 191 ilnt S4 p m No IX ilnrfcUp Conner Ford has scarlet fever Guns Guns Guns Where A U S Carsons 11tf For ladies and childrens Cloaks see Carson Co o City mostuptodate place in Hartford Mr G B Likens children have the scarlet fever We ore paying 25 cents per dozen for Eggs at Carson Co Scholarship in Massey Business College for sale at this office Nat Lindley Point Pleasant call ed to see us while in town Monday See Sam Bachs Clothing for They fit good look good and wea good j Overcoats at almost your own prices at Long Cos Economy Store Get your Clothing Cleaned and Pressed at Pearls Pantiorium ut Y M C A rooms Come to the 8 hour sale at Sam Bachs Saturday Mrs Lucy Wedding spent Thanks giving holidays with Mrs B D dr Ringo Owensboro The Pension Board held its regu lar meeting at the office of Dr S J Wedding Wednesday See our line of Dress Goods and Silks New ones for Xmas at Long Cos Economy Stare Mrs Alex Barnett spent Wednes day night with Misses Jessie and Bessie Raley near Rosine Dr Joe Taylor and Mr Z Wayne Griffin left Wednesday for Prentis to spend a few days quail hunting Mrs Julia Wedding returned Sun day from few days visit to her daughter Mrs Clarence Keown Earlington Ky After a few days visit to Mr and Mrs T J Smith city Mr and Mrs Frank Haynes have returned to their home at Owensboro Mr John W Nelson East Hart ford came in to see us yesterday while in town and placed himself on our honor roll Sheriff Martiq ritsthat he has less than 500 property taxes Uncollected This is probably a record not heretofqre I made i Doriot fall to see G B Likens in I reguard to the Retail Merchants iI Protective Association Branch will be in every county seat ALUMAVOID I i AN UNSEEN DANGER INfOOD i TO GUARD SHIPS against the unseen dangers at sea the United States Government maintains lighthousesI To guard your home against the unseen j dangers of food products the Govern ment has enacted a pure food law The law compels the manufacturers of baking powder to print the ingredients on the label of each can The Government has made the label your protection so that you can avoid alum read it carefully ifJt docs not say pure cream of tartar hand it back and SajiplainlyJ ROYAL ROYAL Is a pure ream of tartar baking powder a pure product of grapes aids the digestion adds to the health fulness of food Mrs Belle Tabor is visiting friends in Owensboro Mr H B Ashby Ccntcrtown called to see us Monday If you want Shoes that are up to the times see Carson Co Mr Pope ilcA lams Hawesville paid us a pleasant visit Monday I isnwith Carson Co See her for Hats I Bowlingtoffice Mr George Bratcher left yester day for Jennings La where he will locate Our stock of Clothing and Over coats was never more complete at Carson Cos Nice Table Linens Napkins and Towels prices right at Long Cos Economy Store Fancy Back Combs Side Combs Belt Buckles c at Long Cos Economy Store George W Rowe Centertown inrtown I Peters Shoes always uptodate and going at the old prices at Long Cos Economy Store Schroders Floating Studio will be here only a short time Better get your photos made now 21tf rMiss Norma Brown Centertown was the guest of her sister Mrs Isaac Foster City Wednesday Mr Jno W Sandefur Nocreek has sold his farm to Walter Parks i of Beda Consideration 2600I Moore Crabtree have new Sor ghum fresh Cabbage and a fine line of family Groceries Call on them Mr U S Carsons residence on Mulberry street is well under way of construction and will be ready for occupancy soon The prices of our Suits give no hint of their real value Over 400 different patterns to select from PEARLS PANTIOKIUM See thepretty things we have for Waists plain and dotted nets al over Laces Poplines and so many new things at Long CosEconomy Store s Mr Karl Anderson left last Mon day for Beaver Dam where he is engaged in the erection of a resi dence for the Beaver Dam Planing Mill Company u City Restaurant will open up Sun day afternoon at 4 oclock and serve supper Steak Meals Fish Meals Oyster Stew Fried Oysters Ice Creamc Telephone your orders Mr R A Anderson left Wednesday for Friedaland where he went to erect a monument atthegrave of MIsS Prudie Ford who drowned herself here last winter while attending College POWDER BAKING II The Grain Growers Association will meet at the Court House tomorrow I Mrs J S Glenn and Miss id Lewis city were callers at this gffice j Tuesday I The hunting season will soon b- on e Get your gun and ammunition at U S Carsons 11tf Esquire C L Woodward Beaver Dam paid us a pleasant call while in town yesterday Mr JTyler Davis Louisville rep resenting the Travelers Life Insurance Co is in town Misses Mary and Bertha Pirtle near town are visiting their uncle Dr J R Pirtle this week FOR SALEA scholarship in the Hartford Business Institute Cal on or address TilE REPUBLICAN Where did you say you got that all Wool ten quarter Blanket for 375 At Long Cos Economy Store I What more do you want for your I money fiftytwo inch Mohair for on ly 50c at Long Cos Economy StoreIyour at I grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tf j IIPearlscomfort without asking your vanity to pay for it I After being confined to his room with an attack of appendicitis for two I IIabloMr Isaac Foster has resignei his position witl the Hartford Mill Co andwill probably go to Louisville to take a course in ntist yIRev W B Wright delivered able sermons morning and evening at the Christian church Sunday which were enjoyed by large and appreciative audiencesIto Hartford Mr Coghill is an br l ganizer for the A S of E and is doing much for the cause A short stay Come look at my samples then look at the price AISuit tailored strictly lp your ure PEARLS PANTIORUM Y M C A Rooms Have your Fire Insurance Policy issued by Barnett Smith They 1 represent only the best companies nd 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 I also personal security Call on or I address A this office 20tf Merchants all over the county IIt should call upG B Likens Home phone 66 and investigate the propo sition he has for thiscounty in the way of protection for the Retail Merchants i Iii It fJ1t c t Telephone your orders All work called for and delivered Located in rooms formerly occupied by Y M C A PEAULS PANTIORIUM Attend the big Suit and Overcoat Sale Saurday Dec 8th at Sam Bachs Mrs H P Taylor accompanied by her neice Miss Katie Pendleton left yesterday for Louisville to spend relaItlvcsII C train No 132 North bound has changed time and now leaves Beaver Dam at 605 a m train 131 South bound also has changed time and now leaves Beaver Dam at 855 pm FOR SALETlvo story house and lot on Clay street Hartford Lot 105 feet front depth 570 feet Good improvements For further infor ROgersIeasy 17tf I The City Board of Equalization convened Monday and completed its first sitting Wednesday The Board will convene again December 11 to hear the various reasons of our citi zens why their value should not be raised i There is a fine meeting in progressI at Liberty under ministry Jas A Lewis and J Frank Baker There were Tuesday night and Wed nesday morning several prof and the prospects are ssionsI a great revival Mr William Hamlet died the home of his son three miles west from Hartford Monday after a brief ill reIwere burying ground Tuesday A daugh ter is also ill of the same trouble 1MrJ C hero for thewoodwardwhohaabeenl ing of a lot last Tuesday for his home in San Angelo Texas He was accompanied by his sister Miss Corine Woodward who will spend the winter in Texas for her health WANTEDGentlemen or lady with good references to travel by rail or with a rigfora firm of 250 00000 capital Salary 107200 per year and expenses salary paid week ly pad expenses advanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Hartford Ky 10m6 Sheriff R B Martin has decked- I his office with splendid likenesses of the late Nicholas Barrass and Mr M S Ragland who were Chairman of the Republican County Commit tee and Chairman of the Republican Campaign Committee respectively when Mr Martin was elected At the Methodist parsonage in Hartford Wednesday afternoon Rev Jas A Lewis officiating Mr Elmo Sublett was united in marriage to Miss Eura Maddox and Mr Oakley Rowe was married to Miss Edna E Bosket These young people are all the Centertown neighborhood The Ladies Social Club of Hart ford was enter tallied last Wednes day afternoon by Mrs E B Pendle ton and Miss Hattie Burnett at the home of the latter The following the names of the ladies who at tended Mesdames F L Felix J S Glenn W S Tinsley W HI Barnes Z Wayne Griffin Hooker Williams George Forman Marion Forman S A Anderson E E Birk R E Leo Simmerman Rowan Holbrook John C Thomas R D Walker A S Yewell G W Feagan Misses Mary Wedding Lydia Mor ton Margaret Gunther Lettie Marks Margaret Marks Fannie Cox Ida Lewis Bessie Shelton Debbie SophiaeWqfirner l HERBERT 1Dec 3Rev R T Bruner was pastor of Panther Creek church for the ensuing year last Saturday Charlie Ford Fordsville took din Sundayj I school at Sorgo visited his parents- at this place Thanksgiving He was accompanied home by several gentlemen who spent the time quail hunting jDr Barrett wife and daughter are the guests of Sam Haynes Mrs Ellen Chambers and Van Baker Chambers attended church Sunday Miss Etta Burdett and sister Pell vials visited their uncles Geo and lObed Burdett Saturday and Sunday Tom Massie Whitesville Mrs Bins Cooper Owensboro arid C W r o K oVr if ref trac6 perWolllall Man and Child Is now studying the question What shall I buy for a CHRISTMAS F RESENT We can answer the question for you Just come in and luoknt our lire of ladies and childrens Cloaks we are now offering cheapjust the thingor mens Suits We can give you just what you wnntol nice Dress Goodsany thing in that line you may call for As for Shoes we have the best stock to select from in Hartford either for ladies or gentlemen You make no mistake in coming in to see our Shoes Have you seen our uptodate Hose Any thing you may call for We also have a nice line of Rugs we would be pleased to show you at reasonable prices Have you seen our Blankets They surpass anything you have ever seen How about a nice Suit of Furniture We have just what you need Nice Rocking Chairs at your owii pries How about our Munsing Underwear We have any size you want As for Gloves and Handkerchiefs wo have just what you want Below we give you prices on a few articles Ladies Long Cloaks in all colors rind sizes 3 to15L- adies Jackets 1 to 10 Ladies Caps 75c to 6 Childrens and Misses Cloaks in the new styles 1 to 10 Mens Overcoats 250 to 16 Youths Overcoats 2 to 10 Childrens Overcoats 125 to 525 Shoes Rugs and Rocking Chairs from the cheapest to the best Dont make a mistake but come direct to us for your Xmas presents Carson Company Hartford Kentucky Phillips Walnut Grove took dinner atRM Millers SoHday Rufus T Whittinfchill Madison ville vhsitedlifs cousin Mrs Emma Miller Tuesday Jim Ford and family Henry Milli gan and wife Sam Haynes Virgil Miller and Levnory Taylor attend ed the funeral of Mrs John Harve Lloyd at Zion church Sunday Miss Mary Chambers left yesterday to attend school at Floral Carl Floyd has moved into the house vacated by his father Surprise Weddii t- t OWfMoro u prJ Judge Yewell Haskins and Mrs Minnie Zinsz were quietly married at 3 oclock Tuesday afternoon at the home of the b deon Allen street Rev W A Bomhard performed the ceremony The mar riage was a great surprise andonly a few friends knew of it until yes terday afternoon Judge Haskins- is one of the most popular young men in the city He is leader of the Third Regiment band city judge a well known member of the Elks Masons Knights of Pythias and Red Men Home Sweet Hone Did you ever have feeling queer Come tugging atyear heart Just thinking ofyear mother dear And the day you Tad to part Whenshe said to you these simple wordsIyou are a man And I am proud tosee yom go To fight for Uncle Sam i Many a night Ive satand thought Of days that have passed byIAnd I seem to get quite homesick You can guess the reason why I For miles and miles dimeusA- ndmaf1YmontJJsU6tgo I 4 dearAnd l I cannot help but think of her For I know she thinks of mer And prays that I may soon returns From far across the sea And then some comrade will step ui And tap me a gentle blow dmanrICome lets us have a game of chest And let our troubles rest I know youre handy at the gauze But I think I am the best But it takes more than a game oat chess homeWhenmother dear Are waiting all alone With the bright light in the window To guide my footsteps right And neighbors often wonder nightYeaWith a lone heart thats fond ancfcr true But many a mother still waits for her son That died for the Red White antli Blue G E S Co I Signal Corps Havana Cuba 0Get Ridof falAi Erodes eruptions lallamnzztfoea a nesi of tbe eyelid and ears dlwcat ell Uttm boner rlckcta dyipcpata cataribhare only tome of the troQble It Asa It U a very adlre evil raakic 19araef0ka the whote fyste- mHoodsSarsaptriijCi fudbuUK leapt aanbctttute h r AMY r Y A LITTLE NONSENSE The Girl Graduate Wa Equal to the Emergency- So you break our engagement Gwendolen he exclaimed bitterly Then in your presence let me end the life which you have blighted 1 Drawing forth a vial marked Poison he put it to his lips and drained it to the last drop As he sank back unconscious did the beau tiful girl fling herself upon his breast in an agonyof remorse and burst forth into frenzied sobs Scarcely Hastily quitting the room she rev turned presently her lovely face tragic yet composed Kneeling be side the young man she forced be tween his lips the following 1 One cup of turpentine 2 one pint of milk 3 a bowl of warm soap suds 4 a small bottle of aromatic ammonia 5 a cup of black coffee 6 a glass of mustard water 7 a gill of vinegar S juice of a lemon 9 the beaten whites of six eggs 10 one cup of flour and water Algernon she observed coldly as he Began to revive it is evident you did not know that I am a graduate of a correspondence course in first aid to the injured My one re gret is that since it was impossible for me to ascertain whether the poi son you took was an acid or an alt kali I was compelled to administer all the which we had learned Womans Home Companion The Feeling Mr Scesig Yes it was my firstr ocean trip 1 Miss Itomanz Ahl When you i greatbosomlike shouting in your exhilaration Mr Seesig Well I dont know about the exhilaration but Iercould scarcely contain myself Philadelphia Ledger Park Dude Qussie Deah boy what did Miss Tabasco say about us chappies BobWhy she said you remind ed her so much of the autumn leavesGussieAh because we are so brilliant BobNo because there are so many dead ones among youChi Newsii The Age of Unwisdom r Stern Father Willie didnt you know it was wrong to steal Bos ton Globe John Obeyed 4i Mrs F was a very Htern woman Who demanded Instnut and unques tioning obedleucc from her children says Chums Quo afternoon as she was working In her sewing room a storm came up and she went her son John to close tha trap leading to the flat roof of the hOllsoilint mother John I told you to shut the trap Yc lint mother John shut thiit trap All right mother If you say so but Jolm r John slowly climbed the stairs and filnit the trap The afternoon went by ragedk Two for i tea and when the niual was half over Aunt Mary who was Ktayhm with Mrs F had not ain arod Mrs F started an liiviNtl nioii She did not Lave to ask many ijuostlons John an swiivd tho tlrst one 1lfusq mother she la up on tho P roof KiiKlUli ta tike Ice AVrolc I Same ludlcrtjus mistakes are made ptoploII their attempt to muster Englisht Quo glimmer a lIIlu dealer In Som erswortli X II received a writtenj order from one of his Frvuch custom ers which read us follows IMeaso send t I big hole corn I tux Held I 5 piunds add The clerk who has had many years litla Lug of mixed feed nail live pounds of putItI tad ho was right At another time an order was re cclved for u hag of corn broke and at Ktlll another an order for a bag ot corn not broke Iloston Herald itChbuwefa ire Fickle the builder has to wrestle with said a well known p member of time profession Is the chlm t my What the heathen Cbjueu Is to 4rob r lie nsnimi race and the IVft handed mule to the animal kingdom the chlni Hey Is to the various appurtenances that go to make up a human habita tlon There Is no safe rule for the con struction of chimneys You can build a chimney all right In theory but when It comes down to practice that Is nun other matter Build two chimneys side by side In precisely the same manner Employ the best skilled labor and con strict them exactly on the same princi pies Quo may draw all right and tho other one smoke like a Choctaw Yes sir the clllmney Is beyond all under standing null any builder will tell you s0- Rebatera Retainer One day a man entered Daniel Web stars oince anti consulted him In re gard to a prospective lawsuit At the close of the conference ho pall the qt torney a retainer of 100 to look after the matter Upon returning to his place of business ho found that his partner had already settled the suit obtaining the sum demanded without an attorney lIe thought 100 was al together too much for an office fee so he dispatched his clerk to look after thesubjectMr said the young man my employer thinks you should re turn a part of your retainer That case hns been settled Young moan said the lawyer you go back and tell your employer that a retainer Is something to be retained Carlnc a Pampered Pet A very clever veterinary had a sys tem all his own When he received an overfed toy dog he would consign him to n disused brick oven with a crust of bread an onion and an old boot When the dog began to gnaw the bread the anxious mistress was Informed that her darling was doing nicely When it commences operations on the onion word was sent that the pet was Ill cidedly better but when tho animal tackled the boot my lady was gratified to hear that her precious pet was ready to bo removed Womans Some Companion Slow It Started Talk about human beings having descended from such ns yowl exclaim ed Toll Theyre much more likely to have evolved from birds You cant speak their language and I can I dont deny responded Jocko that they got their long tongues from your family It wits then that the two had their celebrated monkey and parrot time Chicago Tribune Lead Workers It is said that lead working dis figures the human body more than any other kind of work In this industry it is inevitable that sooner or later the workers must succumb to lead poisoning and there would appear to be no part of the body that the poisonous fumes and float ing particles which permeate the atmosphere of the workshops do not affect The complexion takes on a ghastly corpselike pallor the gums turn blue the teeth decay eyeids scratch or an abrasion of the skin becomes an unhealable sore Later on when nerves and muscles be come affected by the poison in the blood the eyeballs are drawn into on a din and blearedappearance The joints especially the knee and the wrist become semiparalyzed and the whole form is gradually bent and contorted Failed to Please His eyes make no attempt to con ceal his admiration of the beautiful parlor Indeed he does not want them to You are positively queenly he declares enthusiastically An offended expression comes to her face disdainfullyYes in appearance Haughtily she bids him leave But he inquires amazed Oh nothing Im n queen in up happenedtoture of different queens and prin cesses today anti if you think I look like them its time for you and me to be strangersLifeWhat Him A stranger in n small town wanted the advice of a lawyer and as hew as hunting for one one day he came upon a sign which read A Swindle Attorney at LaiHe entered the office and after receiving the necessary advice said that tho lawyer was a fine man but he wanted to know why he mode his name sound so ridiculous and why he did not put his first inline in full I wouMrepliecl the lawyer Hif my first name were not Adam Magazine of Fun Ons Way to Catch Fish catchingfishThe fisherman lowers a screen of white canvas from time side of his ofjtellstruction and endeavor to leapover with the result that many jump into the boat and are thus captured purIstied GOVERNMENT WAGES LOWI H T Newcomb Gives Facts of Interest to Wage Earners From 1800 to 1004 time average retail cost of the ordinary articles of load used In the Uultcd States advanced no less than 17 finer cent 1000 to be more exact that Is the purchaser of food for a family had to pay 117 In 1004 for the same Quantity and quality of food that 1 would purchase lu 1800 These are official statistics compiled by the highly skilled experts employed by the federal government and every housewife knows that they do not over 1 state the advance Other necessities of life Jrnve advanced In cost with op proximately equal rapidity Unquestionably wages ought gener ally speaking to have advanced some what lu proportion to the Increase In the cost of living In private employ ment this has apparently taken place time average wages per hour reported by the federal bureau of labor being 1730 per cent higher In 1004 thau In 1800 and the average weekly earnings lJ70 per cent higher Time advances thus represented are spread all over the country they characterize every prl vale Industrial enterprise and have benefited mil cusses of workmen employed In private undertakings How is It with public employment A few undertakings conducted under public ownership employ labor like that similarly serving private employ ers In the same communities null In these cases the public rate of wages has slowly been advanced somewhat In proportion to the advance lu tho wages privately paid But where any American government municipal stoteIor national Is the sole or by largest employer of n particular class of labor the advances to meet Incrcas ed cost of living have been so few that the ordinary Investigator will be un able to discover a single Instance the service among WllshlIngtonrevenue services there have been no advances In pay to meet the rise In cost of food clothing and shelter Tho pay of letter carriers for example re mains precisely where It was fixed twenty years ago by an act approved on Jan 3 1837 Tho largest printing office In the world Is that maintained at Washing ton by tho government and there the federal government employs a largo force of Intelligent and highly skilled workingmen A change In the basis i of payment In 1809 from the pleco work to the per hour system prevents comparisons with dates prior to tho change but wages have remained sta tionary since March 3 1800 although the official statisticians report that the cost of food has advanced since the rate of wages was fixed by statute IIY 1225 per cent During the fulI the wages of printers In I book publishing or job printingprll1toI lishments advanced United States as follows Compositors feellrrswale male 1407 per cent compositors fe i male 2127 per cent pressmen 1175 per centII T Newcomb j Cocaine which dulls the nerves never yet cured Nasal Catarrh TheI heavy feeling in the forehead the stuffed up sensation and the watery I discharge from eyes and nose along with all the other miseries attending the disease are put to rout by Elys Cream Balm Smell taste and hearing are restored breathing is normal Until you try this remedy you can form no idea of the good it will do you Is applied directly to the sore spot All druggists 50c Mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren St New York California Pacific Northwest and Mexico CHEAP COLONIST RATES I in effect daily until Oct 31 190GI I VIA Mimuri Piifto flilay- OR j Iron anhiinrRaut From St Louis or Memphis I Through Tourist Sleepers Greatly reduced round trip Home seekers rates to the WEST AND SOUTHWEST First and Third i Tuesdays in each month LiberalIlimits and stopover For rates map folders etc see nearest Ticket agent or address R TGl1ATTHEWSTPAI Louisville Ky SURE CUREF- or All Disease of STOMACHLIVER Nasal CATARRHIn should be dellllneIElji clentet oOtheodhealaI the dlteueil membrane It corn catarrh lid drlrcj awiy a cold tn the heed quickly Cream Balm Is placed Into the nostrils spreads over the membrane and It abiorbtd BtlUtU lm mediate and a cure follows It It sot dryingdoes sot produce sneezing Large Size 10 oenti at Drug tilt or by mall I Trial Slit 10 tents by mall ELV BROTBEBS AS Warren Street New Tork I va111TeyRSA rleenthaThe Kind You fan Always Bought Biguhze cJ cll The Youths Companion ori FOR E V E X It1E tB E IX O F i TEE FAMILY t dUE volume for 1507 will afI Cvc for ti5 nit amount i of good reading equivalent twenty gc0 page books toI fiction science biography nfoccllany costing orcHia51y iro onch firc COrk cf The Youths Coprnioi and Announcement far I37 vl be cent to avy address free I re marcztr i Every New Subscriber ivto cuts out and tends this slip at GBCO with name sad address asd 171 Trill receive eN Allthehjueiof The Compaaloa for the remaining weeks of recd Thackitlr toe Christmas and K w Years Double Numbers The Comjanloni Fourteat Hinjlnt Calendar for 1907 in u colors and cold and The Companion for the S week of toota library o the test rca1ln for every lumber of the fanny S162i9 In eah nod other special rnnrU to nthscrlbers who get new cuuicilptluni Gelid for Information TUC YOUTtlS COHrAKIOK BOSTON MASS Vcw rcbictlptlout received nt IhlA olllceI LECTRIC Quick and Care for Dlxxlness MaiarLetc KILLTHI COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNeer PriceFOR100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TBOUB I LBS or MONEY BACK fOCURED AtD DEENDEt =mFR adVlce bow to obtain oteata trail uriccop7Tt hUMCL IN ALL COUNTRIES Rulxm oiKI WttHuft Sara flaw oN aasfoffm 14v lint ExclntlvityWriteIU palm w rats 0tIWAlHIMMBnD C HONESEEKERS Round trip rntun TO TUB SOUTHat greatly reduced rates on the firs and third of each month from points on the line of the Illinois Central R R in the North Your home Ticket Agent will give you a full particu tars as to rates and train time but particular attention is erewith called to the fact that on the 6th excursion one can visit the Mississippi Industrial Expositiont- hat will be held in Jackson the State Capital November 5th to 10th Extensive displays of States Prod ucts Agricultural Machinery Live Stock Dairy Products Vehicles Features Good on Pertinent Topics Illuminations Music Fire Works and a Pike Take this opportunity to see the industrial and agricultural features of the South portrayed in and form It will help you to an understanding of the resources of the South FULL PARTICULARS concern ing Homeseekers Excursion Rates can be had of agents of the Illinois Central and connecting line or by addressing either of the undersigned F W DPALouisville JNO A SCOTTAGPAMemphts ChicagnlI BUSINESS COLLEGES l4 ARE FAILURES lIn Jtmll titles sad towns 1 Trere Is not r tun support aCOD Sthoel 2 Such schools aro u teaJlOIpoisons who are NOT mike It A practice r IffiIhelrsr entmint e 1Ilitin + toeaKrir rtr Yr r4 n- Trarvt r h i t te iir e rt p1 ecslakgrocvuluuJt j a untm0rclalschoctletcredecinitolrervowai7uts j lorawortrJe fiv at it some cheap school jJuiirAHv t sTnAvnN1 tjuatii a COLT mn LouJm KT r = mT I T 1011tlr 0 lj 1hOP oI SIoaJXSI LimmeMFor NeckjINeuralgiad Dealersi 100p Sent Free Book on ISloans Hogs 6 Poultry v 4 IAddress Dr Earl S Sloan 615 Albany SH Boston Mass j Retie Headache Sacltacbe Indigestion Tuesdays conditions November Industrial Speakers practical condensed marvelous MARLOW Horses flITTERS Medicine for those die eusC Sic Guaranteed C MIUIINTT C KUMI- TBAKNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW IIIIIIC lalvlllprsctlretheirpndreelounil the court Ohio anilnilJnluliiirioniitln iiiilOiurtnf Appenlr ttltlllln IIh 1I nllhselprntnuc-dflus ire ruHwtluiitnncI the ImrtlrcolCrlm Innltiuil seal Kutnli IMW Spebdller astern RPcnltcaa IhaIdlps FRANK LFELIX Attorney at Law1IAKTFOIMI ItY Will practice hU irolennlon lu Ohlu and nd lolnlttKcnnniy and lu the Court of Appralu Criminal prnrtlrr nil cHnllwiloniu prtlnltr- Ointvln the Ilrrnld LuIldlnae CHAS M CROWE LAWYER HARTFrolu Ky 11 IIprnetlrrhleprofraluu In nil ilir court If Ohio and inljnlnliiir ninhttf nml In the Cour at Appmtlii sprrnlsttnltonslvritycriminal- prnetirnod to rollrrllntK umrp corner liar krt cud Center trrlnTlionin corurr uiitnttn JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY i rollrellonmsktpeahrtrnrtArn1Notary 0 11 Oelrrnorthablrpuldtey0nr R R WEDDINGIAttorney at Law AtWI11pnrticIretrsclnlmtnrPrsIeeate Collmlon llorliMoM I IIKVVIUV KllXKMT WOODWAHU I HEAVRIN WOODWARD GittGXftevs cA aQ KTrlllprarticthrtr In thtonrtof Ohio county nndoartofAppnl Ifr collieflan YAN CY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Hertford Kentucky Will praetlcotiU profmlon loollth Court of Ohio and adjoining countlM nnd In tbit Court of AnpiwnU Aloo Notary 1nhllr Omraovfr Pint National task WHIIARSr8 HAANPCnSOX BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law IIAHTFOKD KYfThe uedenfgnednnnnnse bet they bllIformed it partnrnhlp for the pretlteot Law li all court State and Frirralalth oRlmi south Idol Halo Street 1oU Court Hi ne hart fonlKr l trnctlnic Tttlrn and litigation af feeling Title to Ural Kilat nlll be given i1 ealottrntlon Notary In offlro W IIIIARi8 8 AAXIlKUHON GRADUATE NURSE MISS SUSIE MAYA graduate of Owensboro City Hospital has located in HARrBORDAnd will answer calls at all times Residence East Union street Home phone No 137 I IandJi I ZU3 V JL V O I I study buslness or mnrrlllfl It not only curesby starting nt tho sent of disease but It a great iilvo free advlco and counsel to all who wish It For Sale by J H I Ky iNcunriiKATiiil MadlI H333VI3EiaDV DellIbyuslll801llniI brlngllllfI lIymollAddressloYAL Williams Hartford ROUGt RIVER- TELEPHONE II COMPANY I The Rongh River Telephone Co operatedbyreasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is being constantly ex tended areas fOllows for 5 minutes tconversation cts 80 1miles cJBeaver Dam Iy Getting a PitIf we were all Appolas und had jnst the perfect proportions for our chest measure the Clothes bu ineii would be a cinch but nature mixed us up n bit Run no risk buying from stock At PEARLS PANTIORIUM You will find over 400 different patterns to select from Each suit and Overcoat is madestrictly to this individuals measure A PEKFEJT FIT GUARANTEED The Clothes made by STRAUSS BROS Chicago MASTER TAILORS are second to none in style and workmanship Give us an order fur your Christmas Suit and Overcoat P D TWEDDELL ++ + + ++ 0 FfivvPfi + baqnh + ++ Ho H + + pr hq 1 1 of a Ua t- IOCOI i f 1f1QA11f IHHS I I + Capital StockM 4000000 iT SUIplusM n 12 OOOOO tStockholders Acldll Liability 4000000 tt p X r Securety to Depositors 9200000 iJ W FORD President JOIIN T OC EC1s11ieritII P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLDKOOK t + J W FORD H P TAYLOR I JNO C THOMAS p++ +++++++++ ++ itl +++ + I + 4 I FIRST NATIONAL BANK I CM HUIt ford Capital Stock 25Q0 Surplus 4 Profit 250 Will loan money fruin I day to 12 months This ij your Dank Come i- nDIRECTORS CADE LIKENS ALVIN ROWE Buitcn FELIX JIM POLK STEVENS WAYNE GRIFFIN It HQLDKOOK rNoI MOCKS 4- Dh etors i nI I ae a x Does Wha Other Stoves 1 fwltoDo In almost every houre there is a room that heat from the other stoves or furnace fails to onUIt may a matter I In what part of the housewhether room or hallwayit can soon be made snug and cozy with PERFECTIONIi Equipped with Smokeless Device Unlike ordinary oil heaters the Perfection give satisfaction always First and foremost it is absolutely you cannot turn the wick too high or too low intense heat without smoke or smell because equipped with smokeless device Can DC easily carried true room 10 room AS eas to operate as a Ornamental as well as useful Made in two tinlshesnlckeidli japan Brass oil fount beautifully embossed Holds 4 quarts oil and burns 9 hours The reareasatisfaction a Perfection Oil Heater Every heater warranted If not at your dealers write our nearest agency for descriptive circular I lampTI1CVI fur Itrouna hoiuichold tteadyllelitImproved Made of bran throughout and nickel plated Hrery warranted Suitable for library dluing room parlor or lwdroom If not at young ilers wrttn to nearest agency STANDAItD OH COMPANY Incorporated 1 Joe Yo 7M I J 4 Y Jt J 2f 1i6 +o 00 i I a It j I j I I r lil TAKE THE REPUBLICAN 1 1- 3rd a r CONDENSED STORIES An Incident That Illuctrates the Value of Amiability A young man in the neckwear department of Marshall Field Co who had been with the firm but n short time was one day waiting on a customer who seemed to ho unusually hard to please The would be purchaser who wns a handsome elderly man tossed the tics about and seemed to desire any shade and style save those olTcred for llis ap prom The salesman patiently displayed n varied rsllrhnent of tile hv1T WAm PLrasI lrooda deftly knotting the ties and holding then out to show tho effect sad the glummer of the satin or ik enrolling through boxes f the desired color cad in spitu of dtliny his r n1ling i 001Lat = fetII kcd the usual question Cneh or dlcrui hairlVIint nnmcplcaso Marilmll Reid The nee ale mull utmost gaspWl prohnLlyIH siiucre politeness and patio rrdwivor to serve his employer n Ito pleue Irs customer who coiirf in this cue proved to be one pcr3onrSdturtiluening I i Juc a Upiina SxpcrirsrS JrtVo Upton of Keene X II r c 11 trkt prohibitionist andw j lout rofld fur the severity of t iVuot ho 01 those nr m rod before hUll for Intoxication rays the Tn= inn Herald j Doouraiod by his failure to di mini h nitcmpcninru n lib jnriSU ic hot ho ono tiny determined to ns i fertain what there was about tr it ions liquor that made it so ntj trnctivo to its votaries According ly ho obtained a supply of Bedford rum nn l before retiring for ihej1 night ho drank a generous amount i voceiwe pfc7t in court were surprised toI roe the drunkards dis j charged while all other delinquents jnnishntentAt I thetprosecuting ollicer ventured to in quiro lh the court had so com ldetolyreversed his usual attitude Judge Upton raised his headr which hail been bowed upon hish hands pressing his throb bing temples replied mournfllll Poor devils Let them got They arc punished enough After All Chauncey Olcott possesses that rare gift a broad sense of tho h mor of things in everyday life I relates through an the f lowing incidentwhich fell Q under 1 observation whilo traveling throu regionsPennsylvania of j rly doparmostorent glotforn IcYcs madam said the girl pr ThistheI womGoodness likela j to tlivwearat n about 15 cents regrottthatI Ohvery well the old party itJJmllnr ilL L 40 I HE MODERN PSALM OF LIFE Icll me not In mournful numbers To work big schemes Is a pipe dream If thou float poctponc thy clumbers Nor take people as thy Life Is real Llfo Is scemIOnly In n sure thing Dust BO to to dust Always be out for the lust Art Is long and time Is l1ectlnGIIAnd ort pays no So waeto tide not on ltd Use It strictly for cash endsILives of fakirs all remind Wo can live on ncro sublime And loot laden leave behind us Other iieoplo doing time Let us thsn be up and doing Doing every one wo can IlursuingIra AmorlcanI Tnlk hnt AltTiiyii Chen 1 I veal to lawyer apoud some ads on my planes und hu llIIisil me for life inlnutoV couverwtloii OI jniclous What ustravagaut lau sulch hu must uao Phlluilclplila- IlVSil j lieu Itea en e So your Fpurn mer he erica wrathful woe Hut I shnll taro nsveiiKoS Ho ha laughs tho heartless nmlilon You tang laugh now but wolt In till four years I have linovn you you lure given ma six photographs of shorill have Olllllrjcil Iv the cheap crayon process nod prescntcil to your various buntswoon the cruel xwnln departs w the melodramatic trend of one r will stop nt nothing JuilKe Sail S nr All my poor uuu sold the kind housewife U It true that you ouee had n pasltlan and lost It because you were toi tender hearted1 Yes nun sighed the tattered wa fnrer as ho linialied away an Ima ars tear I was cook In an eating houae whIlhl you leave IlBccalbm 1 didnt loco tho heart mlllllDotroltICHer AITlnltr- y Kathcrli yea are such n pronon tic oil vocetnrlaYca deal IWolI the urges hoarder around t will Junt suit you for a In baud salho cheeks pumpkin iolond hair nod carroty whiskers Ohcipo Sews Driving K llnnir DanFhterlturc you found tint y what It wits that papa cut out of t paper Mother Yc + I bought another copy Ive read It all through hut to savo Iny llfo I cant see nnytliliiu wrouj lu It Its an article on te vulgarity nod all IlKcji of IiiTlnr furs that uro bore ud ones inninv Xov York Press Itefonuf tlie spell reformT 1Voll answered Knriuer Conitoxtcl this Idea of sliortcnlns tiio words In a start In the right direction Cut what those npMors up to WashltiRton want Htnrt Is a movcuiont forshortcr lien fences an tar of thcjn Washing ton Star llnnqrn limy Whats the matterV demanded the as tin tohacconhit exumlu edtiltnickel Tint coins n11 right Oh Itll puss I Bness replied tho asyIt Well nothcr Is this cigaratlie Standard and Times Varies IlunteraboWell Its lust this way said the tiIowhether ho Kets anytlilug or not has halttin eaghPhiladelphia Tress In Iipltnph Some ono hands lu tho following c- o9tnpht ncnenth this sod Ilraw title Green baOHe couldnt wait till they Got mellor Milwaukee Soutlnelw IODe Mnni Tlicnry Money makes the mnro go quoted the scanty haired bachelorRDuo to her sex man who noted as freight payer TOT wife and throe grown daughters Chicago XewB Didnt Look That Wa + I IiinewThats ptronge Every time IveYaorta him ho has been going crazy t1rltPlekUcT1Dai Inro caused by Indigestion If you eat a toattacksboatheartburnIndigestion causes tho stomach to thohoftiinoKddol kl- Y 1 IFor Dyspepsia digests what you eat takes the strain o of the heart and contributes nourishment thebodyStomach Inflammation of the mucous membranes lining tho Stomach and Diges Catarrjbymaklnmyg immII had ttomaeh troublo and was In a bad elate as 1 DytpeDCure teeDKAUBLE Nerada 0 Digests What You Eat KllllTM 1alpfear- oarlomehDIra I I Inc of rug ere Inpan4 a tag IIoIEODWl-ttaroChtayeosd I 15 Z ANY ultlaViiINul I fnsIEZEAIiJ t ESTATE If you have a farm town lotfdwelling or any other Real e for sale lit it with us We find yers and make the sale All you uslqNote These Bargains A 90 acre farm half river bottomr 30 acres timber j miles from Green river 1J miles from Paradise 4 miles from Echols 5 miles from Rockport 8 miles from McHenry barny60x50 plenty of water small orcha price 900 I two h hulloftyr on Union Street Hartford situate- on loti acre All out buildings an good water Price reasonable One Farm four miles west Hartford on the Hartford and Point I thsS I nor or Oglesb farm con i silting of 93 acres good hill land i good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a I at a bargain I 402 acres near White Run adjacent I Creel11etwo good wells price reasonable i bargain for some one further inferSnation furnished on 100 acres 1 mile front the Court House on Hartford and Bray Dam pike in high state of cultiva lion 40 acres outbuildingsgfour wells price reasonable terms easy any further information UII nished on application I A twenty acre tract two miles North from Hartford on the Owens bolo and Hartford road within iiiile of School house excellent neighborhood good barn andout dings inmiDiMUs duelling and a fine well of water A bargain at 500 i tGoIC R R 70 acres up land bal ttom will make 70 to SO bushels ofcorn per acre About GO acres in mber Throe dwelling houses od well water and early orchard Terms onehalf cash balance on sy puynIIlt Newtwo story frame dwelling in Hartford Six rooms two nice halls deepplcorner nd GriThnstreets Two thirdacas lance in 12 months A bargain list your property with us Wo find a buyerIRR i bllcan Office Hartford Ky 0 I THE REPUBLICAN I I prepared to do Job Printing in firstclass manner erav r I Cumbeland TELEPHONEI I111eres nothing the matter with CumberJmy place of business My business burI Increased and my wifes voice Is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition MgrIi Ohio CQunty nJllojfoltorueJI CommIssioner SboriBSA1ollnrJ AVtourlconreueKflnit Men tbrcwefkHnndtwo ve ko- Coullly Court U U Taylor Judea W H nanItuonth Qnuterly0oartBegfe ontbt thlril Moody RollOeloberI deyl Jail OctoberethernfltxnN DWeeaSchoolCornnoMln o BNB aSeptemberiv p Millar hors llruuchMrnh 56 Jan aS Sfileiul ri3 DeCem her YO SoptemloorWII Edge Cordnvlllo Uurcb 28 Jan 3Kepbiuber Y711rrwm M JaneIjpltmlrr 1 Herbert Itundnf CVutirtown llurcbJO Jam 1 Cl SOJobnao1Illolllb8r k STartfojrd 3cllc CourtK It 4ttorlletea veuexaoudMundeylurnrbmonthII dandereach wood at 11 seesyuadnyat7pm lagorInighIlryeemtwllnRU rdoer piutnr Ic P ChurchRrrvbva nr Sunday le eerk DnairdSehoulTrmitraltarttordC U CIOKK J H Ilrnn II1eudletonCKrCoanrllJil William Uiiyor C II e1udrrtuylytd OIPrldariAShwoeaenMaudar MaccaIWKKnlghfeollytblameeuerrylralnynlabl i IrwamlortmrloqNneIAILbaldeeR r II rl efqriar tHiindaylD eel 5 muutbOUtIICrH Railway hortest and Fastest Lines IrIpphi LouisviIleDanville ant Lexington I LouJillie W I runningsLouis without change with connec ting cars from Lexington as follows mtmJclouiArc St Luis 012 pm Vestibuled coaches and Observa lion Cafe Car Lvc Lexington 500 p in Lvc Danville 4M5 m plDArrStPullnlan Sleeper and Free Reclin injr Clinic Gar trout direct line to Chattanooga Atlanta Knoxvilln IIndnl South AshevilleNthe Sky tihd Toxaway country thehliteratureW MORGAN P T- Lexington Ky H C KINO G 1 T A Ill Kast MninLnf tonKV J F LOGAN T P A Ill IUlt Mnirt St LNir ron Ky A It COOK C P tT A 234 Fourth A vi JilcviHi Ky C H c1Pr1p PA 2A Fourth Av jiiirvillv Ky 1 0 l EANrjP A St hull Ito r Subscribe for THE ttE1LItWCANr li o- k r 1 I e- v r4R A Frac1aatio n y 1a C1a Iur = 3st = = I Toys orTrumpets Rattlers Whistles Drums i Whips Animals Jumping Jacks Mar tiles Hulls Pistols Magic Lanterns Tool Chests Doll HousesSledsWagonsGames t Automobiles Blocks Steam Engines Iron Toys and a thousand and one oth I er things are hero on our shelves ready for the inspection of those who have lit tlc ones tQgmako merry i I Cloaks Nothing more serviceable orwould be appreciated more by your wife or daughter than one of our handsome Cloaks for Christmas We are going to offer some special values at 35 800 10 Come see them r China From the most staple of things made here to the dantiest trifle from i over the sea In no other line an you make the much or the little shut you wish to spend for a gift DU what looks better or is more acceptable than some items in China E Seeing is believing See what TOI show in China st JewelryC- hainsFobsSpoonsBerry Spoons Gravy Ladles Olive Forks Salad j Spoons Cold Meat Forks Sugar Shells Childs Sets r nnrrnL HOLIDAY OPENING SALE SATURDAY DEC 8 I Being anxious to distribute my Christinas gifts to all the good people of Hartford and Ohio county in the most effective and satisfactory manner I have appointed FAIR f COM- yagents for the Holiday season of 1006 and hereby cominend every man woman and child to go to the above store where all of you will find those presents you most desire There are shown my choicest Dolls my prettiest Books my dantiest China and a host of other things direct from my factory in royland I have charged FAIR it CO that their fees for theso beautiful gifts shall be reasonable that there must bo presents to suit the taste and purse of everyone and they have promised meibslmll be so My gifts will be on display every day from now until Christmas Eve Dont forget the Place FAIR COMPANY SANTA CLAUS Fo Mother Handkerchiefs c to 7 c Lace Collars 1 c to 100 Fine Leather Purse2c to 400 Nice Silk Waist 2 0 Pretty Wool Skirts 20 to S Nice Silk GlovesOc to1 Beautiful aeinatorsCcNi-ce Cashmere Hose 1 25c For Sister Hand Bags 25c to 250 Leather Pocket Books oOc to 150 Solid Gold Rings 1 and up Nice Golf Gloves25cand 50c Kid Gloves 1 to 2 Nice Lace Hose 25c to 50c Pretty Slippers 150 to 350 Gold Bracelet 100 Back Combs 25c to 100 Neck Ribbons 25c to 75c For the Boy Nice Sleds oOc to 100 Wheelbarrows 25c to 75c Steam Engines 1 to 150 Railway Trains 50c to 1 Automobiles 200 to 350 Iron Wagons 1 to 150 Horse and Cart 50c Magic Lanterns 100 Hobby Non s 125 to 350 For Baby Nice Wool Hose 15c Gold Ring 100 3 Piece Set 50c to 150 Silver Cup 50c to 150 Rag Doll 5c to 25c linbreahableDbll25ePur Fancy Wool Mittens 5c to 25c For Father Nice Shirts 50o to 1 Night Shirts 100 Leather Card Case 25c to 100 Cigar Cases SOc to 1 Leather Pocket Books 25c to 1 Shaving Sets 5QC to 1 House Slippers 1 to 150 Nice Wool Sox 25c to 50c For Brother Handkerchiefs 5c to 50cI I Driving Gloves 25c to 150 Golf Gloves 25c to 50c Shaving Sets 50c to 1- 50Suspenders25c to 1 Beautiful Silk Ties 25cto1 Cull Buttons25cto 150 Watch Fobs 25c to2 Emblem Pins 1 to 3 Elegant Mulllers 25c to 1 For GirlsFancy Bolts 50 to 1 Necklaces lOc to 125 Fancy Rings 1 to 350 Nice Brooches 25c to 1 Fancy Stick Pins lOc to 1 Comb Sets 25c to 2 Handkerchief Boxes 50cto1 Glove Boxes 25c to 1 Leather Bags 25c to 75c For the Old FolksFine Silk Handkerchiefs 50c Nice Overcoat 5 8 and 10 Extra Quality Cloaks 5 to 10 Nice Umbrellas 100 Fine Cashmere Hose or Sox 25c Puro Linen Handkerchiefs 2fic Beautiful Furs 76 c to 3 Nice Suspenders 25c Black Wool Mittens 26c Our BasementOur Base ment 13 always a place of attraction for economic buyers but it will be a place of special interest tIming the Holiday season for we have put fourth an extra effort to secure some rare bargains in our 5c and lOc Department If you have a Friend you desire to remember and dont care to invest a large amount we would advise yn to come direct to our Basement You will find counters and shelves ladened with useful articles ihaiauj lioiisekeeper would appreciate Our Specials in this Department are China Glassware Woodeawarey GsKwviteware Tinware Etc all at prices undercompetition Visit us l nMI ldq DollsI I All sorts 4i JIPImesotaste and every purse is suited Bring the little girls and let them look Furs Do you know we are giving the greatest values in Furs today of youhaveat once We are sure that our Christmas prices will interest you Dry Goods There is many a one to whom a pretty useless thing is giving who would be better pleased with some thing useful For hints in this die rection you cant spend time to bet DryGoodsis nothing better for gifts remem SweatersHandkerchiefs Ribbons Curtains Rugs FascinatorsEtc lliavrwWVAM