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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r mfp tartfrb Uqublican Fine Job Work a Specialty WIT IS NOV YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year r VOL XVII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 16 1905 No 48 r ROOSEVELTS DIPLOMAC- YTook Steps That bid Fair to Close RussoJapanese War The Terms are Practically the Only Thing Left to be Considered s t S rrlal tit Tut ltrrimlrj vl Washington D C June 11 Pixy 4 ident Roosevelt has brought if not to a close at least to a pause the peace negotiation which have for the past week hud their center in Washington by addressing to Russia and Japan a duplicate note in which he appeals to both billigerenti e to bring to a close the terrible and lamentable conflict now being waged It is generally believed that the resident did not lake step with- outV ascertaining that it would prove acceptable to both powers and it is- w generally accepted us a long stride in the direction of peace Should peace be accomplished as the fired result of the initiatory steps which the President has taken it will add one to the many triumphs which lule crowded his administration f Summing up the general situation in the light of the best information obtainable it may be said that following the Presidents frank presen tation of the situation to the Russian Ambassador which occurred u week ago the Czar finally sent for Ambas sador Meyer who it will be remem bored is a close friend of the Presi dents After his audience with the Czar the Ambassador cableel IL t full account to the President He made it clear that the Czar was still unwilling to be in the position of suing for peace although he was grateful for the Presidents friendly expressions and intimated that he would be glad to know something of the peace terms which Japan would demand After a careful consideration of Ambassador Meyers dispatches the President sent for the Japanese Minister Kogoro Takihira who came immediately to the White House despite the fact that he was obliged to leave a sick bed to do so What the character of his interview with the President was can only be surmised but it is known that Japan 4 still maintains the position that she cannot define peace terms until Rus sia has done more than express a mild interest in character The e Mikado believes that the Czar should first frankly declare that he is ready to make peace if Japans terms are moderate and that then the Presi dent or other intermediary should secure from the Czar an acceptance I tit least in principle of some of the conditions fundamental to perma nent peace For instance Russia should in the estimation of Japan recognize the right of Japan to an indemnity to property of the permanent f evacuation of Manchuria the permanence of Japans controle oi Corea etc This much accomplished tprotocolshould be sighed and the the indemnity the moreitThe Czar on the other hand main taining that it is extremely difficult for him to commit Russia to peace thatfPopular Couple Wed Rev Albert L Maddox and Miss Laura Casebier were united in mar riage at 730 oclock last Wednesday evening at the home of the brides parents Rev and Mrs John T Casebier near Rockport this coun ty The wedding was a quiet one only a few of the immediate rela tives and friend of the contracting parties being invited The bride is the youngest daughter of Rev Case bier and is known for her kind and liable disposition and ladylike de meanor The groom is the son of Rev D J K Maddox deceased and was born and reared in the county By strict application he qualified himsel at tin early age for the responsibili ties of a teacher in which capncit ho labored for several years His labors in the school room were prac ticully brought to a close when Iw became u minister though he has taught some since Rev Maddox completed his ministerial course in Bethel College in the summer of H01 and soon afterward received the I rites of ordination conferring upon him pastoral privileges He has spent the most of the time since then ih ministerial work and study lie is eminently qualified for the minis try and has already attained success in the work Rev mill Mrs Maddox will resident Greensburg Ky where he hat charge of three leading churches THK RKFUIIIJCAN along with u host of friends extends the heartiest good wishes to Mr and Mrs Mad dox Our Electrie Lights These are a few of Hartford citizens who hesitate to take lighting with the Electric Lights Company merely because the service covers only half the night They have per haps not stopped to consider the ntJ ditional expense the conpany will necessarily be to if whole nignt ser vice should be installed It would practically double the operating ex pense and of course would for the time being increase the cpst of light to the customers or necessitate the operating of the plant at a loss The way to procure all night service is to make the volume of business large enough to justify it Every body should patronize the light company that can without inconvenince do so because the enterprise willenventual ly result in much good to the town Remarkable Cow A recent issue of Owensboro Inquirer gave an interesting account of a cow named Rose the property of Frank Eadl Owensboro it says in part Rose was born in May ISSfl In May 1885 twenty years ago she had her first calf Since that time she had been dry six wrecks It is calcu lated that in that time she gave 17 250 gallons of milk and made 02lC pounds of butter Counting themilk as skimmed milk and buttermilk it was worth 1725 and at the price that butter has averaged for many years it was worth 1560 a total of 32S5 Herjast calf was born in 1900 and she has been giving milk constantly since that time She was milked Friday evening and seemed to be in perfect health as she was in fine condition Her death was certainly the resultof old age Notice in Bankrupt- In the District Court of the United States for the Western district of Kentucky Owensboro division In the matter of waiter C knott a bankruptOn day of June A D 1905 on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the 25th day of MayA D 1905 it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the 24th day of June A D 1905 before said at federal court Hall at Louisville Ky in said district at 10 oclock in the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and thatnotice thereof be published one time in The Hartford Republican a newspaper printed in said district and that all knowncreditors and other persons in interest may appear at said time and place and show cause if any they have why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted Witness the Honorable Walter Evans Judge of said Court and the seal thereof at Owensboro Kentucky in said district on the 8th day of June A D 1905A RONALD Clerk By DUDLEY LINDSEY D C Murderedfor 50 Cartwright Ky June 12An old lady Mrs Raines whoresided abou 4 miles fromhere was murdered to day and robbed of about 50 Mrs Ruins was sick in bed Other mem berspf the family were out at work No viae to murderers LH C a r- VILLAGE LOAFERS National Association of Nar rows Holds Meeting Rank of ThirtyThird Degree Conferred on Entire- Membership Editor RKrUHLlCAN I had hOPEd to write in my next letter of the grand principles of the National As sociation of Village Loafers repor the speeches of Park Kirby and others but our meeting Saturday was so rich in incident that I regard it a duty to the Association as well sis to your readers to report it President Park opened the meet ing according to ritual and the roll callshowed fortynine members present A small group of mem bers in a far corner of the hall was holding whispered conference and refused to come to order If you have a grievance said President Park addressing the group come up to the chair and state it The men advanced sullenly toward the chairGeorge Foreman acting spokes man said Mr President I regret to announce that we have formed a separate association to be known as the NonProducers League of Amer lea We ask sir for an honorable demit Whence this schism How justify a division in our belov ed association demanded President Park Dishonorable dismention In the public press said Foreman is the cause of it sir Your secretary wrote for the papers what purport ed to be an honor roll of the asso ciation and my name sir where were it And where were Lonnie Phillips name and he a charter Duffsnamefor years And where were Dud Foremans name and Dud never left before the regular closing hour sundown in his life And Bill Murphys name where were it None of us pointing to his crowd were mentioned Were the Non Producers League of America now and our secretary will do us justice Wholl sell your cigars for you shouted groceryman Armendt Pink Petty has joined our league retort ed Foreman and he is going to get our cigars off for a dime apiece Endless concessions were offered to induce the NonProducers not to secede but smarting under the sting of wounded pride they held out till Carson Park arose Carson dont arise oftenonly at noon and night unless the emergency is great All eyes were upon the speaker Through economy of energy Carson is sententious and monosyllabic Everyone knew something short pithy and to the point was going to be said if indeed he did not yet forego the effort of saying it He stood husbanding his energy as a thing he was loathe to part withand was in the act of setting down with out utterance when there arose a shout Go on Go on Thus urged he raised his hand slowly till it pointed toward the schismatics and said Gentlemen of the Non Producers League of America where are you going to get your chawin tobacco All eyes were turned toward J H Thomas who now acted well his part by pulling a whole twist of twoyearold hill side The effect was magical The NonProducers League dissolved like a spoon of sugar in a toddy glassIt having been ordered at a for mer meeting that degrees ranking up to the thirtythird be established for the association members Eu gene Kirby moved that a committee be appointed to rank the members according to their deserts To save trouble a motion was made and car ried to adopt the report of the com mittee before it was made Th chair appointed Eugene Kirley and John Renfrow on the committee While the committee was out Hays Brown was called on for a speech0r how to save the country from pluto crats Comrade Brown the Presi I M TWO BEAUTIFUL WOMEN WHO ESCAPED SPRING CATARRH BY TAKING PERUNA Spring Fever is Spring Catarrh==Nothing Robs One of Strength Like Spring Catarrh Ml Katelle Campbell 140 K High street Nash i villa Tenn writes I I Peruna helped me when almott everything else i tailed I was rundown from overwork as I had not been able to take a vacation for three years and naturally my nerves were all unstrung and I i was greatly In need of rest and a tonic I went away for two months but did not seem to get my strength back although I was taking a prescription which the doctor gave me before I i went away I At the request of my relatives with whom I was visiting I began to use Peruna and you cannot realize how glad I was when within a week I found I waa feeling so much bettor Inside of a month I was and able to take up- my wenrksgainistello Campbell A Spring Tonic Almost everybody needs a tonic in the prim Something to brace the nerves Invigorate tho brain and cleanse the blood That Peruna will do this is be yond all question We have on Ills thousands of letters which testify to the curative and pro ventive value of Peruna in cases of nervous depression and run down conditions of the system We quote a typical case I Mr Frank Williams 3035 81th street New York City member First Presbyterian Church and Captain Capitol Golf Club writes Lost spring I suffered with malaria dent has ordered that members must be spoken to or of ascomrade said that was dead easy just vote the Democrat ticket This stirred Pink Pet tys Republicanismand he was telling us to vote tother way when the com mittee came in which squelched the debate Your committee began Kirby firmly and slowly begs leave to report as follows A solemn and awful hush fell upon the assem bly The committees report would be final and the anxiety to know who were to be the high rollers of the association was so great that only heart beats were audible to the attentive listeners Thatthe high and exalted thirtythird degree be conferred upon members of this as sociation as follows Eugene Kirby J B Renfrew etc As name after name was called the members honor ed passed up extravagant compli mentsto the committee and when it was thought that every member of the Association had been exalted to the degree of honor the association went wild with joy The meeting was being held in Comrade Roy Armendts grocery and furniture store and as the excitement gathered in volume and intensity the frinzied comrades climbed upon chairs dressers show- Cases etc and shouted till the roof of the house rose and fell like ocean c swells and stamped cabbage potatoes i and candy into a pulpy mass Such was the awful insanity of the excitement that Dud Fentress and ele bows and asked what was the mat terWhen I finally order had been restored Bob Duff called attention to the fact that Oliver Willis name had not been mentioned on the roll of Pertwia is the Finest Tonic For a Weary Woman Miss B Inez Sllvera 189 W 136th street New York City Grand Recorder Daughters of American Independence writes Nina years of work without a vacation wore out my nervous system 1 lost my appetite and felt weak and exhausted nearly all the time Peruna restored me to perfect health In five weeks itIs the finest tonic for a weary woman InesSilversPeruna is the most prompt and permanent cure for all cases of nervous prostration caused by systemic catarrh known to the medical profession I and a run down condition which seemed very difficult to overcome- I tried several different tonics but did not seem to get much better until I began using Peruna My recovery was slow but I was Improving and I was glad to continue using it At the end of two months my health was restored and I looked and felt much bettor than I had for years Your rem edy is well worthy of a recommend and I am pleased to give it mine Frank Williams I Peruna never falls to prevent II spring catarrh or nervous prostra I lion if taken In time I honor Mr Kirby arose to explain and said that Willis name was left off the honor roll because he had said he was going to work that very day and since he was absent from the meeting for the first timeitgave- a color of truth to his story Comrade Duff was recgnized by the chair and spoke as follows Mr President I have known Comrade neverIhe had violated the rules of this association I move you to appoint a forthwith committee to go at once to investigate this matter As the friend and defender pf Comrade apIsawmill and bring in an immediate report The committee being dispatched ComradeThomas presented in anap propiate speech the name of Mr Thomas Johnsonof Sulphur Springs for membership with authority SulphurIed without debate to membership and authorized to organize associa tions at Sulphur Spring and Ola ton Mr Johnson Iwas directed not to conferdegrees above the twenty ninth order without special permission from the national organization When Comrade Duff returned wearing a holiday smile it was guess ed that he brought a favorable report upon Comrade Willis and the report was demanded by a chorus of voicesI for a moment said Com rade Duff addressing the chair rt ubted the loyality of Comrade Willis to this association I have known him too long I found him Peru 8 Contains No Narcotics r One reason why Poruna has found permanent use In so many homes is that It I contains no narcotic of any kind Pe rune Is perfectly harmless It can be used any length of time without acquir ing a drug habit Peruna doe not produce temporary results It Is permanent fn its effect It has no bad effect upon the system and gradually eliminates catarrh by removing the cause otcatarrh There are amultitude of homes where Peruna has been used off and on for twenty years Such a thing could not be possible 1C Peruna contained any drugs of a nar cotta nature All correspondence held strictly confidential as I hoped to find him aye as I ex pected to find him tranquilly asleep on a slab pile He was evidently dreaming as he smiled placidly at intervals and I verly believe con tinued Comrade Duff warming into eloquence that he was dreaming I that he was delivering his wanted afternoon address before this August I assembly and I move you Mr President that Comrade Willis beI made a thirtythird degree member motiontComrade Bill Murphey arose at this point and made his maiden speech He spoke as follows Mr President and Comrades of the I national association of Village Loafers I raise to ask whence why and I what forthe name Carson Park the noblest Roman of them allls omitted from the list of thirtythird de gree Loafers I assume that it was an oversight and should like to hearI from the committee John Renfrow explained as fol lows The committee made no oversights in this matter It was sensible of comrade Parks merits wusIParks merits we recommended that the fiftyseventh degree be conferred on Comrade Park as j I regardforreferred to the next Saturday meet II ingThe following news members have been admitted since my last report Jim Turnham John Nelson Joe Shultz Farreo Boswell Jesse Ben nett and William Hirsch Several pendingP with us l Saturday SECRETARYNarrows t R 1 RII tS SLOW MINK Can Run Down a Rabbit Occau e the Latter Is Greatly Frightened iiullnu l The ways of life of the weasel or bloodsucker are not fully understood and their way of killing rub bits in particular presents most In teresting problems How did the minks manage to catch them In every case the rabbit was apparently run down in fair open running Tn one case in particular the mink had chased the rabbit across a cele swamp as smooth and level as a dance hall floor Whatever hin drmcO there was in the foot of stow would have hindered the mink more than the rabbit The mink is as slow a runner as the rabbit is swift I have seen minks run several times and their peculia measuringworm gait takes them along about as fast as a man can run The rabbit cannot only KO with incredible speed but can coulile 1for hours And yet the mink is able run down the swift rabbit The rabbit seems to give up the race it would look almost as if some unknown law of nature made him the prey of minks as if he felt that was his destiny and did not try to escape from it In the cases we observe the jumps of the rabbit grew shorter and shorter until it became little more than a helpless hop The marks in the snow indicated that the mink was not being dragged by the rabbit but that the mink did not overtake his victim until the latter for no apparent reason had given up the race And yet a fox seldom catches a rabbit and probably never in open running Then it would seem as if the5e bloodsuckers have some power of which we know nothing As it is only one explanation can be ottere why so slowrunning an animal as a mink or weasel can catch as swift an animal as a rabbit We know the mink does not tire out the rabbit by following him leis arely maintaining his slower gait relentlessly never giving his victim a chance to eat and so by the slow sure process of work and worr wearing out poor Bunny Hence it must be that the rabbi has in common with other sma rodents that terrible demoralizin or panicky fear of all of the wens familya fear so great and bt wilde ing that once a mink is on its trail the rabbit Becomes paralyze with it and instinctively knowin that he cannot escape by running in a hole gives up If this is so there is a law in nn ture that we do nt fully muter stand A law akin to that whicl makes a rabbit a coward and a woodchuck brave to his dying gasp A ferret put into a gray squirrels hole was at once driven out by the indignant squirrel A rabbit haws sharp teeth as a squirrel and surely migh defend itself as well us a youn woodchuck Yet the latter will face unflinching two dogs atvl a man After his back is broaken anti he i helpless will he hold up his head and whistle a fierce defiance Yet a rabbit will not ever try to escape apixirently from an animal it could just as well elude as not It seem almost as if the rabbit were meant for food for other animals Nature having given him great reproductive powers and unlimited food and the saddled him with some strange fa talky that makes him play his part in spite of himself in the general scheme of wild life A Foartul Fate It is a fearful fate to have to en duo the terrible torture of Piles van truthfully say writes Henry Colso of asonville Jarthat for Blind Itching and Protruding Piles Bucklena Arnica Salve is the best oat made Also best for cuts turns and injuries 25c atr Wayne Jriflin d Bro druggist in Importing Frogs- A letter from Sar Francisco says- that the cargo of the oteamer Alameda recently di eke 1 from Hon olulu contained in addition to sugar rice and bananas 00 dozen live frogs crated and very noisy They were the result of aii experi went in the farming line by George landoa an old settler of Molokai Its siiid that he lag uptime old zed flJiwl originally brought ti the 1 islards by the missinoaries and found that by floating it in the lagoons a frog colony was immediately estate lishedFrom such a slender beginning 11 now owns more than 10000000 frog and he intends importing the increase to that city for the delectatio of those who like to eat them A large part of his profits will be invested there in the purchase of more enticing and later colors in red flannel and this will be used to stoc other lagoons for the enticement of the frogs He even intends to charter a ship and carry them to the mainland when they are read for eatinir Bilious Bill the sleepy head Dearly loved to lay abed I Couldnt wake him ifyou shook bin When his slumbers overtook him Suddenly he started waking I Evry morn when day was breaking Whats this magic necromancer EARLY RISERS that the answer XWayne Griffin S Bro m ISOME ODD RECORDS Man Ate Thirty Geese in Thirt Days Others 60 Eggs For six Days IThose who fail to gain distinctio feekIfrom some champion egg eater or other freak The fortyquailinfortydays performance has been outdone by a man who recently ate a whole goos each day for 30 days the fowl weighing from 0 to 11 pounds Other records in this line are CO soft boiled eggs daily for six days six quarts of beans in 40 minutes smoking 50 cigars in 11 hours withou once taking a drink A Paris couple recently waltzed without cessation for six and threej quarter hours while an English ac I tor danced all the way from London toNorwichThe clubsinging record has I been standing for 17 years whet 385 different combinations were shown in 16J minutes 2311 revolu tions being required- A score of 6134 points was the re suits ofa twentyfourhours endur conI lug around the table and a violinist has played a composition of 480C notes in four and a quarter minute iveraging 19 notes a second Reciting Dantes Divine Comedy rout memory in 20 hours is another jueer record while others have rained fame throught making 200C tarn sandwiches in 10 hours and 4C ninutes dressing 10 sheep in 33 ninutes 200 chickens in 44 minutes md killing and dry picking 101 geese in 10 hours FallI the tie stripesI leaned up i Vomen as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kldnsy trouble the mind dls ourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor cre cheerfulness soon when the kid are out of order trouble has prevalent It is not uncommon a child be born with weak kid child urin too often If the urlns scalds the If when child reaches an age should be able to control the yet afflicted with bedweuing d malland it the cause of the difficulty is and the first step should be the treatment of these Important This unpleasant trouble is due to a condition cf the kidneys and Ila net a habit as most people Women well are made mis erabe with bladder trouble and both need great remedy The mUd and effect of Swamp Root is realized It sold by druggists in cent ani sles You may sample bottle by so to If the the to as is free also pamphlet tell Home or 8 mpuoot Ing all about it Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer be Co Binghamton N Yrbe sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmer1 SwampRoot and the address Binghamton- N y on every bottle n THE WOOING OF FARMS I Ten Thousand Proposal of Mal riage Have Been Made to 120 Girls Who Have Land The 120 marriageable young wnr en who drew hoinusteads on tl1l Rosebud Indian reservation in South Dakota recently have received pro posals of marriage from 100H men Most of them have come by mail from men who never saw the ounj women and knew nothing about them except that among the chart of each is a IfiOacre track of gOOlI land It would look as if these HIIIOO men and perhaps many more still remaining to be heard from wouhl like to marry the KiO acres withoi much regard for the nature of the female incumbrance There is nothing very unreasonab about it We have got used to it We have got used to seeing rich American girls marry foreign titles and titled foreigners marry Amei can millions And even in humbler life the practice of marrying for money is not uncommon as it might beBut the remarkable part of the Rosebud incident lies in the fact that every one of the 120 young women have refused the offers have organized and announced that the onb way to get into their favor is to work into it The girls invite their admirers to come out and show what they can do in the way of plowing sowing and harvesting Suitors who prove by one or two seasons work that they are industr ous and provident and in every wa competent to care for a farm will stand a chance No others need applyNow here is fine discriminatin judgment If a man and woman are marrying for each other they mtlst be worthy of each other If a man is tomarry a farm he must be worthy of the farm He who marries a woman is supposed to have given reasonable assurance that he can support her He who marries a farm ought to be required to show that he can maintain it- Foolrsh girls may be won by soft words but farms are not to be won that way Good clothes whit hands handsome face and parlor manners make little impression in wooing so coldblooded an individu ility as a farm These young women of the farm ire fortunate not only in their judg ment but also in their opportunity The city young women can seldon put her young man through his busi ness or professional paces to deter mine his fitness If she could there might be fewer matrimonial disas CM Of course as a matter of fact 110 roan ought to marry a farm or want 10 marry one But since 10100 mend 1 now want to marry farms it is s linently proper that their suits be I duced to unemotional business prop sitions To Consumptives- The undersigned having been re rt wed to health by simple means af suffering for several years with a severe lung direction and that headed disease Consumption is anxious to make known to his fellow uirerers the means of cure To hose who desire it he will cherfullj end free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they will iud a sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and all hroat and lung Maladies He hopes all sufferers will try his remedy as- it is invaluable Those desiring the irescription which will cost thorn nothing and may prove a blessing I willpleasc address Rev Edward A Vilson Brooklyn New York 32rji The Prize Wolf Story rtaltth nralrl The prize wolf story of the season comes from Ewen Mich Ac irding to the tale one lunges Col gin of that place made ss61 in a two days wolf hunt I About 10 miles north of Ewen is a lace where the deer are supposed to be quite numerous It was a sort fa yard so to speak where the deer were wont to congregate in large numbers Colgin believed he could find wolves there Partly to investigate but prepared for action he went to the scene Wolves where there and they was raising avoc with the deer as numerous c carcasses testified Colgin had aI quantity to suet which he cut up and distributed about the place In each piece he placed sonic strycl nine The following day he returns to the place and found that five wolves had taken the bait and died This made him feel pretty good BtU when he heard a pack howling near by and coming in his directio he made up his mind that he nigh easily add to this number if he wen about it in the right way It so happened that he was but a short distance from a lake He figured that the deer would run out on the ice with the wolves in clost pursuit This is just what happened accord to Colgins version of the ailahling procession passed him not more than T 0 yards away and he opened lire With a dozen welldirecte shots front his repeater he droppe nine of the savage brutes thus say ing the deers life Whether the deer then fell upon its knees and ask ed that blessings be bestowed upon the bold hunter is not recorder but the supposition is that this is just what happened For each wolf Colgin receiveda bounty of 22 and he sold the hide for 6 each making 23 for each of his 18 animals or a total of 1151 for his two days work which is certain ly going some ICASTO XAB- tanthl You Kin Always BcirB 1lIJfJ 8ilnatonMore Than She Could Stand Bridget Ye didnt stay long in yer new place Mary Ann Mary Ann Faith I did not Mi own silfrispict wouldnt let me Shure they had the keyhole of the iviry door in the house plugged up Quality vs Quantity Hard muscles and strong body do not depend on the quantity of food you eat but on its perfect digestion and proper assimilation When you take Kodol Dyspedsia Cure your system gets all the nourishment out of all the food you eat It digests what you eat regardless of the con dition of the stomach and conveys the nutrient properties to the blood and tissues This builds up and strengthens the entire system overcomes and cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Belching SourStomach cot Sold byl- N Wayne Grillin S Bro All Gain Tapeson How much did he make jut of that stock company he form ell Tickerly All that was put intu- itI Ic C lour oHglnul L Dud nrlvulcd B Hlllunt InspIrIngttracttve IXIr11Xnl1r11r11111n itt1 POWERS CASE Judge Cochran Takes Case Unde I Advisement After Hear ing Argument Maysville Ky June 10 AnN hearing arguments on the motion ill behalfof Caleb Towers convicted of the murder of Senator William tloi bel to trifor uis case from the Scott county Circuit Court to till Federal Court Judge Cochran of the United States Court adjournc court and his opinion will be reserved for at least two weeks In adjourning court Judge Cod ran said I shall have to take time to reach a final conclusion in this case and to announse it In my short experience on the bench I haVe had no case before me that I have considered as importan as this It is important to a pro per administration of justice and to my own standings as a Judge I that whatever conclusion I read I should be the right one and in order to reach the right contusion it is I essential that a very careful consideration by given to the case I The statute Section Ml and tin decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States construing that statute will have to be considered closely It will be essential to read and reread those decisions to s act in them sus it were to catch their thought and spirit so that when I speak it will be the thought amt spirit of the Supreme 01 the statute that I am declaring as I I understand it to be I should ex press myself so fully and clearly that the conclusion will be understood anti the reasons on which it is based will be clearly appreciated- To do that it will take some little time although I realize that I must dispose of it by July 10 Just how soon before that I can do it I cannot say but I shall undertake to dispose of it at the very earliest pos sibly moment and in advance will advise counsel when and were I will announce my conclusions in regard to the case- Affidavits were filed from exJov W S Taylor exPostmaster General Charles Emory Smith exAttorny General John W Griggs and Secretary Cortelyou showing that Taylor was recognized Governor of Ken tucky by the national administration This was done to show that Gov Taylors pardon to Powers was validSubscribe for Tin RiiuiucAN wWWWWW E 11111 11111111111111 111111 Gold 1 IXlnNr11Nn11111111Y FIRST BOTTLE FREE sorder to nroco nlwolui fir CrUtedts German Liver Powder will euro you of nil nmhulicii j tivluliiir to Liver and KM t such us Dyspepsia II iostlon HiliouMitKH 11u aria Meru and IlfiuluoliPS DhirrlioT u Dysentery of n hglloua tyloIlUiumnatiM IlIIpUl Blood wo will glee yr VH Ituitlo iibaolutcly irco to try colt convlwiil p No Hiik one can twglotit such au 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bowler in a way which prevented him loosening himself from the tangled hose which held him down In signaling to the men in chal of the air pump he could not le them know his location as the ai hose being wrapped around till rock caused deceptive bubbles toI come to the surface He responded to the signals sen him by means of the rubber tube which supplies him with air The rope that had been placed abou- his bully seemed to he in working order but it was quite impossible for the men above thesurface of the water to elevate him lifter the usual mannerMajor Meigs engineer in char e of the river improvements scoured the country for a diver to go to the rescue of Hayes but was unable to lind one until today when Eugene arris hurried to this city from BurlingtonWith aid of the steamer Can tonic he was able after an hours hard labor to raise the imprisoned liver who was almost unconscious and unable to speak Ills suit was leaking bully and he would have been drowned had the ordeal lasted another half hour Restoratives were applied baphysician who has been in constant attendance for 21 hours After be ing practically revived Haynes said that a portion of the bank caved in under the surface the suction drawing him into the big pipe he was cleaning There was a heavy lid on the outside of the pipe which closing down held him a captive The agony that he passed through made him appear 10 years older that when be disapeared fronl view- I guess that everything Iever did good bad and indifferent pass ed through my mind at least 1000 times he said- I have had several close calls in my my time but never before have I been uli against whatseemed to me like almost certain death 1 could not understand why they did not send some one down for me not knowing of course that the air hose diverted the bubbles and made it impossible for them to locate me Every minute of the 21 hours I 1 have been imprisined I thought the air would stop coming to me and then of course the end was not far oil To say that I suffered the agonies of one condemned to eternal torment is about as near as I can come to saying how I felt while fastened in what I thought was a living tomb Haynes is the diver who three years ago was caught under the Flying Eagle near Hannibal Mo and held for Ali hours One of Hayess hands is badly swollen and his leg was terribly lac erated above the knees where theI big iron door pinched him Phy sicians say however that he will re cover and be able to be around in in three weeks He says that he will never dive again Buy Your Own Paper A man who was too economical to subscribe for his home paper sent his little boy to borrow the copy taken by his neighbor In his haste the boy ran over a 4 stand of bees and in 10 minutes looked like a was ty summer squash His cries reach ed his father who ran to his assist ance and falling to notice a barbed wire fence ran into it breaking it down cutting a handful of flesh from his anatomy and ruining a 5 pair of pants The old cow took ado vantage of the gap in the fence andI got into the cornfield and killed herself eriting green corn Hearing the racket the wife ranupseta four gal T YHryn rFkA 1r TilE GUARDIAN OF OUR BODY wotrJIThese policemen which ore called filiago cyltt look out fur till noxious or oUcmous elements in our blood Various offending element Rte picked out of the blood and destroyedThereforethese blood ce11 polirerorn the phagocytes and we enjoy immunity from eae FO long as oUt blood contnius plenty of phago cytes and red mood corpuscles A new broom weep + cleannnd in order to put our own house in order we must get rid of all the poison in the blood with a new broom such ns an alterative extract mode ftuin runts and herbv with Piercenmaking rich red blood for eradicating the polo from the blood In someway the policemen in the blood are increased in number and tleuthlo that we ate put diseaaedcipicnt consumption The more study and lime is given to the subject the more we find that the blood is PiercetdepcudArmust have pure blood or it will not pump and the bxly supplied regularly like the beautiful automatic it is The nerves mart be fed on pure bloodor we thetachc cold in the head catarrh nnd many other things are due to stagnation of the blood mildtfor rfctitlcnrs ind IhorougkueKS Ion churn of rich cream into a basket of kittens drowning the whole flock In her hurry she dropped a 25 set of false teeth The baby left alone crawled through the spilled cream and into the parlor ruining a 30 carpet During the excitement the oldest daughter ran away with the hired man the dog broke up 11 set ting hens and the calves got out and chewed the tails oft five fine shirts S u Bowaroof Ointments for Ca tarrh That Contain Morcury as mercury will surely distroy the senfes of smell and completely de range the whole system when enter lug it through the mucuous surface Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from repu table physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Hulls Cataarh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the mucous surface of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken in ternally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co Testimonals freeSold by Druggists Price 75c per bottle Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m He Got It BoshI knew a man once who had never met a disappointment in hisI lifeJosh How was that BoshHe was never looking for anything but trouble Torturo oft Preacher The story of the torture of Rev 0 D oore pastor of the Baptist church or Harpersville N Y will interest you He says I suffered agonies because of a pursuent cough resulting from the grip I had to sleep sitting up in bed I tried ninny remedines without relief until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which entirely curedmy cough and saved me from consumption A great cured for diseased conditions of Throat and Lungs AtI Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggists price 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial Bottle free m a A Winner There is a young doctor in Cam bridge who hasnt any practice yet but who has killed a horse since he hung out his shingle driving as fur iously through the streets as if he were on the way to a patient who was dying I In Mad Chase Millions rush in mad chase after I health from one extreme offaddlsmII to another when if they good food and keep their bowels I regular with Dr Kings New Life I Pills their troubles would all away Prompt relief and quick pnssI for liver and stomach trouble at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drugstore I guaranteed m I dcde9 3 St i n u n tau e w u 83 JUMPING FROG Got Dynamite Instead of Buckshot And an Explosion hollowed lNw York World The following is a truthful sJry- of a jumping frog that exploded i New York City and Emil Schroader who struck it with a club is in use rious condition and the jumping frog in minute sections has been gathered together for a postmor temThe explosion of this frog occur red Saturday afternoon Little Emi found it in St Marys Park Woods andamused himself and the neigh borhood by the long jumps Mr Frog executed when promptly same William Hitchcock tickledI ida of a field suggested competitionimmediatelII for Mr he could not jump with Mr Frog These boys probably never readof the Jumping Frog out in Califor nia that got weight for age in the form of buckshot in a simular mem orable competition pictured by Mark Twain But the same idea suggested himself to the boys They found some round black peb bles or what looked like pebbles and fed them to Mr Frog despite his reluctance as a handicap Mr Frog refused to jump- Master Emil took a club und crttck ed Mr Frog to make him jump Then came the explosion of the frog Master Emil was knocked down and a hole was bored in the ground by the exploding frog Workmen came on hearing the explosion and explained that the small black pebbles were dyna mite balls used in blasting Mas ter Emil was removed to his home with a badly cut face and a very sore eye Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests all classes of food tones und strengthens the stomach and digestive organs Cures Dyspepsia Indig ertion Stomach Trouble and makes rich red blood health and strength Kodol Dyspepsia Cu rebuilds worn out tissues Gov G W Atkinson I W Va says I have used a number of bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and have found it to be a very effective i and indeed a powerful remedy for stomach ailments I recommend it to my friends Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Greatness of Little Men A correspondent of the New York Herald remarks that the last Japan ese victory seems to bear out the strange historical fact that the military and naval affairs of little men are preeminent He answers the historical question How big was Alexander pa by stating that Alexander was a small man Julius Cesar he notes was not tall Fred erick the Great was barely above five feet Napoleon was short and pudgy and our own Admiral Dewey is rather below medium height The correspondent asks What is the explanation The Herald having left the ques tion to its readers among whom the venItureeminence of little men in military ability and valor is the result of na inIdulgosurprises and apparent inconsistencies and restores the equilibrium even while entertaining those who j study her A huge man will be en dowed with the courage of a yellow dog while a little man fairly bursts into a valor that is many times too large for his frame Occasionally in order to prevent commonplace people j from learning her rules nature will reverse the process but the rule holds good that great souls abide in small men The claiming in human nature for preservation of the equilibrim is Mothers Ear WHINMURMIMO TMTTIMfiSCOTTS EMULSION mUffUta INN IXTRA mTHfHOTH AND HauKifHMtnr SO nmcMfmAHY ran 4H0CHILDSend for free sample Cbemltel York IIIsac aoo I I oJ h t stimulated by nature which pretends to play mad pranks only in the end to make all things even If the shepherd boy of Israel had not dem onstrated the possession of a mighty spirit by felling Goliath at one blow there would have been an aching void in the heart f every human being and the eternal fitness of vindicatn a men choose little women for wives and if from the wedding day these big fellows do not become abject slaves of their peppery little spouses they are just ly regarded as brutes and monstros itiesLittle men feels within their bos theyINature seizes upon this envy to nourish the soul within until it littleIno Soon they feel the stirrings of their mighty soul and are ready for great enterprises They become commanders of armies and navies cap tains of industries wizards of inven tion Napoleons of finance In the meantime merely big men rely upon their size to carry them through the world They cultivate their muscle but forget the spirit Then in an I encounter with small men they are astounded at the display of spirit and activity in their little antagonist and fall before them as Goliath fell before David Thus each man unconsciously restores the cnuili brim of nature and the lover of paradoxes is delighted Furious Fighting For seven years writes Geo W Hoffman of Harper Wash I had a bitter battle with chronic stomach and liver trouble but at last I won and cured my diseases by the use of Electric Bitters I unhesitatingly recommend them to all and dont intend in the future to be without them in the house They are certainly wonderful medicine all have cured such a bad case as mine Sold under guarantee to do the same for for you by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist m Take Hold and Shove If there is any chance to boom business boom it Dont put on a long face and look as thought you had a sour stomach Hold up your head smile and look for better things Hide your little hammer anti try to speak well of others no matter how small you really know yourself to be When a stranger drops in joly him tell him this is the greatest town on earth and it is Dont discourage him by speaking ill of your neigh bors Lead him to believe that he has at least struck a place where agreeable people live Dont knock Help yourself along by becoming popular and push your friend with you Its dead easy Be a fellow and soon you will goodI eveIIINo man ever got rich by trying to make others believe he was the only man in town who knew anything j You cant climb the ladder of sue cess by treading on other peoples j corn Keep off the corns and dont knock A Thu Salve That Ponotrates I DeWitts Wicth Hazel Salvo pene j trates the pores of the skin and by its antiseptic rubifocient and heal ing influence it subdues inflammation and cures Boils Burns Cuts Ecxema Tetter Ring Worm and all skin dis ease A specific for blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles This original and genuine With Hazle Salve is Made by E C DeWitt Co and Sold by Z Wayne Gaillin Brol Steaming Out Splinters When a splinter has been driven into the hand Itcan be extracted by seeam Fill a widemouthed bottle nearly full of hot water place the injured part over the mouthand press it slightly The action thus produced will draw the flesh downI and in a miuute or two the steam willextract the splinter also the in flammation Try it and be convinced CASTORIA j for Infanta and Children Thi Kind You Have jllways Bought Bears ttlo- Slgnatare of IIIIIIIIIIi IIII nrOrAsIIIslmUaling Promotes DigcalioaChecrful j ness and RestConlains nelllicr forpl ne nor fincra1 NorNAnCOTICi i nonSourSlonvichDiarrhoca r WonnsCoavulsionsFcverish I ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of III 1NEW r I EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER BUSINESS pDtaUoggmMproponoterrr RbLEAOEBS REPUBLICAN CASTORIA z For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Alway Jght 111Bears Signature of x In- Use For CASTORIATNt a e- z a i a Harris Positive Pile Curej The Biggest Seller of the Age Why Itonusc It CIUM completely and ut once Itrelieves the pangs ol n Ilrlng death All canes ollllf can be cured by n fmrtfcal operation but you would rather ban Pike bythe2leltehtrldlhermxcalColee r a a y A mail oi ymiiii iijiiiim r0 i w Ill lnta succe iu lift This being conceded it is of tint imoirnncc in IIur training at the schools that stand ia the very tenor rtn- kBRYANT STRATTON Business College N E Cor Second and Walnut Sts Louisville Ky DOOKKEEPING Seveti experienced teachers each one a special SHORTHANO it ill lii + line write for a beautiful book giving TYPEWRITING r iiiinniaM from graduates occupying prominent iiH m + nl IT the Untpil Satrsit will he mailed to you FREE School lieu a ilifnr Suilfin can enter at any time E J WRIGHT President v LslivEs1 Taesa rMysedn1L3mlr r81enlunnwa II cwm oblja runt dtccHptlon of StovrDl Yon Uould tarIhaJ two Sar cramp to corei pwtap rtia rnrk Hhnl Rl tau IourclntrIUtLl tIUUrn r do ltd nor I ryrrIJ- J STEVENS ARMS TOOL CO r a Iio oar CniCOPEE rALUI MAS U B A THEe is prepared to do your Job Printing in first class manner Ove- rThirtyYears EDUCATIONi 11 Low One Way Colonlirt Rates Vita Big FourJJoute To- CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON OREGON IDAHOMONTANA UTAH and Ititcrrnccltutc territory Ticket M on Bnlo Alcli I to Muy IS For full information anti particu lars as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or ad dress the undersigned WAHIIKN J LYNCH 0 P A T A Cincinnati Oh K J I1ATKM acnernl Arent- JonlTllle Ky Xodol DyspepsiaCUIO Digest what you eat tHoU I FEMACURA i Man remixlle tor K male Ulaeowi nre on tbe market but the only one that to bo an almulute and poiltlrt cure tor all lurrai ol 1tmnU Trouble In nA A tluitU trial will coovlnce the moot hpllenl nl Its almoit DII Ibtllon powrra Made only by the LEITCIiriEI IlIAUMACAI CO For sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky 4444 + + + ++ +++++ HH ++++++++44++++++4 44 i 1 yroIe t u + r rxr +wNt + afCwq Hartford Republicalig hioed by the llartfonl rnMI hlDK Comps e ixconrnRAYED L K HMITJIEclUor drTCurntBrlond 3 a Roach lZS7r FRIDAY JUNE 16 TICKETde FOR IIEJKKSKXTATIVK cotFOR COtXTY JU1MJK W B TAYLOR FOIL COUNTY COURT CIKIIK KWS TINSLEY AcfiFOR SHERIFF R B MARTIN FOK JAIIKII OSCAR MIDKIFF FOR SUIKUISTEXDFXT OF SCHOOLS JAMES M DEWEESE FOKASSESSOIl SAM W LEACH FOR SLRYEYORtaNATHANIEL MOXLEYca FOR COIIOVEK JEROME ALLEN Examine the label on your paper f it is not correct notify us If you want to know how muchI your subscription bill is consult ththethere given is the time to which uthe have paid The number of years from then until the present is the number of dollars you owe usITilE Chicago News says Wo feel where men think and this is another reason why many men are bald TilE Russians are objects of pro found pity and it will be consideredI highly ungentlemanly to laugh at them again v SOME people are so cruel as make fun of the sweet graduate girl but the world would miss a great deal if it had to do without her FOREIGN nations will in all proba bilitybehave better now that Secr eta ry Hay has fully regained his health and will resume his official duties FINANCIERS rely give advice as to how to invest sur cash But the most important part of it is hows the best way to get the surplus TIlE best way to get your morn worthout of a paper is to read every hifilEuable news but it tells you where totier blisTilE Rocky Mountain News sSyssharpNo country weekly should be ed in a position where it is comp j ed to beg for the subscriptions it Subscribers should have enough pride in their home town t home country and their home pa thcommunit Riquentslooks as the countr too vepoorJAMES and Alex Hargis Ed Calla ban and B F French members of Breathitt county assassination ciety who were arres Jjrmurdering about the streets of Jackson free as any citizen while Buck Cated tongane one of the witnesses against them in the Mrs Marcum damage suit and who was arrested about the same time on a charge of counter feiting is in the Jackson jail and has been refused bail in any sum VOTERS will be called upon fall to determine whether or not wear shall return to the old viva voce way the of voting The vote will be taken in compliance with an act passed by the ErLegislatureber was about three to one Demo Considering the question in ht of that fact it looks like a Dem j moren1e some v incidentally or otherwise broke into the Legislature and amid the hum um of a busy session of that Au gust body got a bill through 1two houses providing for lass fBeface with the proposition to abandon the secret ballot system of voting j We are by our votes in November to determine whether we are to- Thentinue the present system secret ballot or return to walk up and publicly designate your choice system a system that offers a premium to vote buyers and other corrupting influences anda greatly to the strife turmoil and eVil effects of political campaigns j cording to THE REPUnLICA- w of the situation a decisive v should be given against the propo change I I A SMART GERRYMANDER I ustsmaneuvers ofour rigranner in which they manipulate public affairs so that if possible their inordinate desire to dominate and r the countys affairs draw the ies of county offices and drop crumbs which fall from their ofii ble into the hands of less signifi nt yet equally willing dissem biers may be gratified As before stated craft qusoulsth ser fulvingthe field in 1901 they saw that was no way possible with only Magisterial districts for them to rc tain control of the Fiscal Court so at the May term of County C at year Judge Miller presidi number was increased to se and by astute figuring and concen trating all the main Republic strongholds in one Cromwell trict four of them were made Dem Bamby a small majority Someth must be done before the next coun ty election the artful souls whis pered to each other So in due ti the initial step and in case of n cessity an order was made in Cot fulingtoWepre cincts and comprising partsofCIomb well Rockport and Iagis- terial districtsuso wo oldMrbe no necessary for haste They cttcided to try the the strength of Hartford district again which t did in 1904 But lo and behold yulplusthat Democratic Prentis must be annexed to Hartford district wh was done at the last term of Cou Magistersialder school house about two and miles north of Hartford All of this was done a guise of serving the public andurday few woulddetect the underly iJmattergerrymander isnt it7 But dont charge it to our County Juclgeune unfairnessdueenSmallpox excitenlperantteas announcement that Eli an employe of the Ro Telephone Co who lives in deIcase Rumors quarantine were heard affecting hetherevisileadShoweverthe board of health order Sat a strict quarantine of the s irkorn 5 on Get RidJof ScrofulaBunches eruptions Inflammations a MthisjItwhole system day HoodsSarsaparilla adicates It cures all Us manifestations builds up the whole eyetemIAccept no substitute I Ayers nthelfor food starves Then alls out turns prematurely ray Ayers Hair Vigor Is a HairVigor hair food It feeds nourishes- he The hair stops falling grows long and heavy and all dan druff disappears Mf lute woe cniiilnit out terribly iwe i lIalrIdsalnFOR WAIIII Undine N J roAllHaired asmanual Mr OBannon is getting along ht and will be out in a few da Commencement Exerceses gy m calerd Courtclal Hall en a pro gram Studies in Literature Wednesday evening Misses Nail and Woeaners classes in music rcltcle- ite an interesting program LastnighttheAlumnientertain l house by the rendition of a v yet interesting program exercifivemtt4 will deliver the annual address artNARROWS andyena Ian saw and planing Mill here The C abdtsThe safe for the Dundee Deposit nk was delivered from here Tues blondingay WallerCashier A small child of Mr and Mrs mebert Lees died at at Sulph hoopinnnever ly recovered Jeff Beard went to 0trensbo dnesday Mr Allie Wimsatt was in Owens Monday Miss Magnolia Renfrow spent Sat with her sister at Dundee Billie Murphy Bowling Gree a here this week Mr Jack Weller Sulphur Springs Wednesdaythe Louis e seeing the sights of the ConfedI erate Reunion Mr and Mrs Roy Armendt and LouismyMr A R Renfrow went to Louisville Wednesday preachedtomous night and Sunday preacngoclock VJ BEDA 1tRev Moorman filled his regular appointment at the DL E rch Saturday and Sunday The nice rain which came Sunday greatly appreciated thjabe visitsthed Mr D L Bennett and daughters Audrea and Mildred Greenville arrived Sunday to visit relatives and e Mrs Tula Chinn Owensboro is ting her parents Mr and D1 rsturned Bennett everal from here attended theW4 cream supper at J P Fosters night to the wife of John Mason r the 12 inst a boy Mrs Mildred Barnett is no better Miss Mary Parks spent Tuesday IMrsJ 1arers Robt Davis is very ill of trouble ohn M Tweedell spent Wednes with his sister MM Ellen BenCh t Dojof Come Come Come The Summer Time is Here ItLong r CompanyAt Ecotiotny Store IIt Again invite you to come in tutu sou the big values they ao ofl ling in every e department Mllllricry DeportmentCome in ladies and look and feel free And you will go away with joy and glee Because you will findnow bear in mind Just what you want in Milineree The colors are bright And the marked down price is right So you will be pleased dont you see Ribbons or Flowers Hats or Tarns All of these pretty things right at your hands Violets or poppies it dont make any dif For bargains in this line just see Mrs Smith sillShocaCoim in and look you will think they are nice priceDont but Come right now and get a Low Cut If you think though you would rather have Shoes You can sure get em its just as you choose We have them in White Tan Patent trod Blues Come in and see them there is no chance to lose h redGent FurniahingaWe will sell you a Hat Shirt Tie and Collar dollarariothersresUnderwentHere is a bargain for one and nil smallCoperfectlygeunderwearout DcportmcastSceWe guarantee this is no humbug brightarkCome and look atcmthe price is all right IWf r Ohio county Kentucky is called to meet at the Court House in Hart fordOhio count on Saturda e fillinng andIs pertaining to the approaching cam paign j This June 15 1905 N BARRAS Chmn By M S RAGLAND Secy CANE RUN June 1J Farmers are busy cut ting their wheat thitg Dr L J Hoover who has been LouisatMrs Rena Wilson andchildren who have been visiting relatives and friends near this place returned to their home near Bristo Saturday Elder J T Baker of Sulphur Springs filled his regular appoint ment at Salem Sunday j Mr and Mrs May Armstrong Olaton visited Mrs Armstrongs father Dempsy White near RosinS nighty i near Rosine was the guest of Mrs N A Daniel son Sunday Miss Blanche St Clair who has been attending Hartford College ra home last WednesdayI Miss Manda Daniel and brother the guest of Miss Rhoda Daniel near Salem Saturday night and Sun dayI 1MrIIitedSunday IIJG Wilson went to Beaver Dam dJattended church at Salem last night There will be services at this church tomorrow to arrange for day next Sunday Asia Minor nt fail to hear Rev A S Pettie D on Asia Minor at Presby terian Church Rockport at pm of Clothing Boys young men and old men You want to come in and fee then You dont have to go up the winding stairs To get a good Suitor clothes that wears For we will soon have them on the first floor If you see them once you will like them shore We can show you Suits either dark or light oJ And we know the marked down price is right Suits that used to sell for ten Come in now and lookagain i You can buy em now for just onehalf Come bring the cash and we will makeyou laugh DroH Goods This department is chuck full of bargains to the hrimILaces suitable to trim Organdies Mulls and Linen Pongecnette Oh they are beauties and dont you forget titAnllFor the price is right you bet your hoots And you cant see it otherwise delayOrwe have in Pique Persian Lawns and Paris Muslinsand SwisstAnd so many nice things we cant mention inNare going at any old price Come and look once you will sure come twice We are thankful to our good people here and about And invite them to come back again It wont be long until youll have a quicker To come to Hartford on the passenger train It is now too late and the customers wont wait For us to tell you more plainWhen t nrMONO COMPANY KentuckyroNI V n n r J 8 competentjudges one of the greatest given the public Greater than Lorimera French Revolution Whitsitts Burns and Broadus Glimpses of Great Men combined For the benefit of Rockport Anti Saloon League Admission 25 cents Call For Convention- At a meeting of the Republican committee of the Fordsville Magis terial District held at Fordsville Ky on June 5th 1905 It was ordered that a mass convention for the purpose of nominating candidates for the office of Magistrate and Con table for said district be held at Fordsville at 2 oclock p m on Saturday 17 1905 J W HALE Chmn Dist Com CROMWELL June 13fir T C Pirtle and wife spent Tuesday in Hartford Messrs Reuben Steward and Allison James went to Hartford Wednesday Mr Tom Wallace went to Louis ville Wednesday We have a new Wharf Boat not and Capt Dunn is Happy Mr R B Martin was in town a few days ago We are always glad t see our next Sheriff of Ohio County- ExcursionIwill give an excursion next Sunday June the 18th from Hartford to the mouth of Nocreek and return Will leave Hartfordwharf at 8 oclock sharp darkBringgood time Price 40 apiece round trip Children 15c Down river raindayy W M FORMAN CAPTAIN AForThe KM You Nato Always Bough Bears the- 8lgauttttre this- Hcmnnnts route June I I 1 Work as good as the astGive us your order For tiny kind of job pnHtinir order and be fcf convinced o An Indisputable SAFE INVESTMENT ourcountry J P naturallybringsof the getrichquickcharacter that benefit only the promoters of such at the expense of innocent investors f In this age of genuine prosperity with every legitimate business boom ing wages high work in abundance Jearnving best prices there is little or no excuse for one not to join the army ofmoneymakers 0The first and safest investment to theCINCINNATI rUnitedr and information gleaned from its col qualifiedtoprofit that always accrues from investments intelligently made The WKEKLV ENQUIRER costs but + t TheSUNDAY lars for a year The DAILY ENQuiRERI C7 issues a week you get for dollars a year- Without the aidof a fourteentnewspaper success in any becomes problematical for ryou can secure a sample copy of each ENQUIREREnquirer Comjmnrr CiMiMMl Oasis I t b Tt TYlfwk r I wJ Yr YwM v z 1 Hartford Republican lamed bythe llartfonl InlillnhlnK Company a IXCOBrOIUVED V K 8J11TJItUor u mszEPaaoxrs Curnbrlanc33C1uCh FRIDAY JUNE 16 It REPUBLICAN TICKET HEIKKSKXTATIVK CHARLES C BEARD FOR COUNTY JUIH1K W B TAYLOR L roil COUNTY COfllT CIKIIK W S TINSLEY I Ion COUNTY ATTORNEY K M WOODWARD I FOR SiIERIFF R B MARTIN FOR JUIKIi OSCAR MIDKIFF FOR StlKllIXTESIIENT OF SCHOOLS JAMES M DEWEESE ran AssKssoit SAM W LEACH FOR SUUEOIl NATHANIEL MOXLEY rou coitosEii JEROME ALLEN Examine the label on your pape- f it is not correct notify us If you want to know how much your subscription bill is consult the tag on your paper The date there given is the time to which you have paid The number of years from then until the present is the number of dollars you owe us TilE Chicago News says Women feel where men think and this i another reason why many men are bald TilE Russians are objects of pro found pity and it will be considered highly ungentlemanly to laugh a them again J SOME people are so cruel as to make fun of the sweet graduate girl but the world would miss a great deal if it had to do without her FOREIGN nations will in all proba bilitybehave better now thatSecreta ry Hay has fully regained his health and will resume his official duties FINANCIERS freely give advice as to how to invest surplus cash But the most important part of it is hows the best way to get the surplus TilE best way to get your moneys worth out of a paper is to read everything in it even the advertisements THE REIUBLICAN not only gives val uable news but it tells you where to buy to save money hence its worth is two fold TilE Rocky Mountain News says No country weekly should be plac ed in a position where it is compelled to beg for the subscriptions due it Subscribers should have enough pride in their home town their home country and their home to pay up It is a black eye to an community to have the home paper continually reminding its delin quents that they should remit I looks as though the country was too poor to support a paper JAMES and Alex Hargis Ed Callahan and B F French members of Breathitt county assassination society who were recently arrested in Winchester charged with the murder of James B Marcum are go ing about the streets of Jackson as free as any citizen while Ruck Cot tongane one of the witnesses against them in the Mrs Marcum damage suit and who was arrested about the same time on a charge of counter feiting is in the Jackson jail and has been refused bail in any sum VOTERS will be called upon this fall to determine whether or not we shall return to the old viva voce way of voting The vote will be taken in compliance with an act passed by the last regular session of the Kentucky Legislature which we will remember was about three to one Demo cystic Considering the question in light of that fact it looks like a Democratic trick But it appears more like the work of some fanatic who incidentally or otherwise broke into the Legislature and amid the hum drum of a busy session of that Au got a bill through the subIImissionBe this as it may we are face to face with the proposition to abandon the secret ballot system of voting We are by our votes in November to determine whether we are t continue the present system The secret ballot or return to The walk up and publicly designate choice system a system that a premium to vote buyers and other corrupting influences and adds greatly to the strife turmoil an evil effects of political campaigns According to TilE REPUBLICANS view of the situation a decisive vote should be given against the proposed change A SMART GERRYMANDER Its really amusing to watch the maneuvers of our Democratic breth ren and note the cunning silent man ner in which they manipulate public affairs so that if possible their in ordinate desire to dominate and rule salarliescrumbs which fall from their official table into the hands of less signifi cant yet equally willing dissem blers may be gratified- As before stated they are crafty souls when it comes to adding t their own account under a guise o overrthe field in 1901 they saw that there was no way possible with only five Magisterial districts for them to re thin control of the Fiscal Court so at the May term of County Court that year Judge Miller presiding the number was increased to seven and by astute figuring and concen trating all the main Republican strongholds in one Cromwell dis trict four of them were made Dem ocratic But alas and alac in 1903 Hartford district went Republicans by a small majority Something must be done before the next coun ty election the artful souls whis pered to each other So in due time as the initial step and in case of net cessity an order was made in Coun ty Court by Judge Miller establish ing Prentis voting precinct out of Democratic parts of Cromwell Cool Springs and West Beaver Dam precincts and comprising parts of Crom well Rockport and Hartford Magisterial districts They began early so there would be no necessary for haste They de cided to try the the strength of Hartford district again which they did in 1904 But lo and behold the Republicans carried it that time by 31 majority This clearly showed that Democratic Prentis must be an nexed to Hartford district which was done at the last term of County Court and now we have a Magister ial district extending from Alexan der school house about two and a half miles north of Hartford to Rochester All of this was done un del a guise of serving the public and but few woulddetect the underlying hand that has wrought the whole matter for practical purposes A sharp gerrymander isnt it But dont charge it to our County Judge it bears semblence of unfairness Smallpox Scare Quite a good deal of excitement byyOBmmon an employe of the Rough theta veloped case of smallpox Rumors of quarantine were heard affecting nearly every part of town and there was much speculation as to what would be done to prevent the spread of the dreadful disease In a short while however people regained their equi liberum the board of health order ed a strict quarantine of the sick Get Ridof Bunches eruptions Inflammation soreness of the eyelids and ears diseases of the bones rickets dyspepsia catarrh wasting are only some of the troubles It causes It Is a very active nil making havoc of the whole cyat- emHoods Sarsaparilla Eradicates It cures all Us manifestations and builds up the whole sslemIAccept no substitute I Ayers i Sometimes the hair is notI properlynourisheditsuffers I for food starves Then it falls out turns prematurely gray Ayers Hair Vigor Is a Vigorohair food It feeds nourishes The hair stops falling grows dandruffhair wni coming terribly I Rey at Ilnfrftlri In r mu Ayers llftlr VI falling also r trJm aemralrolnr dMlle K II K WAIIII Undine N J tlW a botllt J C AYKIKO lf wlt Mutt Alldrnrallfor t Poor HairI man and everything went along as usualMr OBannon is getting along all right and will be out in a few days Commencement Exerceses The twentyfourth annual cum mencement exercises of Hartford College are being held at Court Hall this week The exercises were open Tuesday evening by a splendid pro gram Studies in Literature Wed nesday evening Misses Nail and Woeaners classes in music rendered quite an interesting program entertainedf a ed yet interesting program To night the graduating exercises will beheld Rev Frank M Thomas will deliver the annual address NARROWS June 1tA E Jennings and Co of Central City is putting in a large saw and planing Mill here The Com pany will give employment to about twenty laborers The safe for the Dundee Deposit Bank was delivered from here Tues day The Bank will open Monday Dr McDowell is president and Jack WallerXJashier A small child of Mr and Mrs Robert Lees died at at Sulphur Springs Tuesday It had whooping cough in the early spring and never fully recovered Mr Jeff Beard went to Owensboro WednesdayMr Wimsatt was in Owens boro Monday Miss Magnolia Renfrew spent Saturday with her sister at Dundee Mr Billie Murphy Bowling GreenI was here this week Mr Jack Weller Sulphur Springs went to Fordsville Wednesday Mr Charlie Wedding is in Louis ville seeing the sights of the Confed erate Reunion Mr and Mrs Roy Armendt and Miss Verna Renfrow were in Louisville the first of the week p Mr A R Renfrow went to Louis ville Wednesday Rev Robert Brandan preached at New Baymous Christian Church Sat urday night and Sunday Rev Reginald Bennett will preach at Carden School house Sunday at 11 oclock r r BEDA June ItRev Moorman filled his I regular appointment at the 11 E church Saturday and SundayIThe nice rain which came Sunday was greatly appreciatedIRev Harned will preach at the C P church Sunday- W C Bennett and family visited relatives in Livermore last Sunday Mr D L Bennett and daughters Audrea and Mildred Greenville arrived Sunday to visit relatives hereMrs Tula Chinn Owensboro is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs S A Bennett- Several from here attended the ice cream supper at J P Fosters Saturday nightCBorn to the wife of John Mason on the 12 inst a boy Mrs Mildred Barnett is no better Miss Mary Parks spent Tuesday IMrser Dr J R Pirtle Hartford Friday Mrs Robt Davis is very ill of heart trouble John M Tweedell spent Wednesday with his sister Mrs Ellen Ben nett Republican Committee Meeting I hereby given that the I Republican Executive Committee of H f Come Come Come The Summer Time is Here Long l Company At Economy Store r I Again invito you to conic in anti sou the big values they iro olii ring in every departinent u 1Millinery Deportment Come in ladies and look and feel free And you will go away with joy and nice Because you will find now bear in mind Just what you want in Milineree The colors are bright And the marked down price is right So you will be pleased dont you see Ribbons or Flowers Hats or Turn Allof these pretty things right at your hands Violets or poppies it dont make any dif For bargains in this line just see Mrs Smith ShoesCone in and look you will think they are nice When you see the marked down price Dont fool around and forget about this but Come right now and get a Low Cut If you think though you would rather have Shoes You can sure get em its just as you choose We have them in White Tan Patent and Blues Come in and see them there is no chance to lose h Genus FMrnlMlilnjcH We will sell you a Hat Shirt Tie and Collar And the whole thing wont amount to a dollar Umbrellas Handkerchiefs Suspenders and Sox othersIIt matters not how large or how small If you are looking for a deal that is perfectly I square Just take a look at our underwear Corpet Dcportmcrat See our Carpets Mattings and Rugs We guarantee this is no humbug The patterns are lovelypretty and bright Come and look at omthe price is all right Ohio county Kentucky is called to meet at the Court House in Hart fordOhio county on Saturday June 24th 1905 for the of filling vacancies on said committee and transacting other important business pertaining to the approaching cam paignThis June 15 1905 N BARRASs4 Chmn By M S RAGLAND Secy CANE RUN June 14 Farmers are busy cut ting their wheat Rain is needed very badly in this communityDr Hoover who has been attending Medical College at Louis ville returned home last week Mrs Rena Wilson and children who have been visiting relatives and friends near this place returned to their home near Bristo Saturday Elder J T Baker of Sulphur Springs filled his regular appointment at Salem Sunday Mr and Mrs May Armstrong Olaton visited Mrs Armstrongs father Dempsy White near Rosine last Wednesday night Jim Cummings of near Rosine was the guest of Mrs N A Daniel and son Sunday Miss Blanche St Clair who has been attending Hartford College returned home last Wednesday i Miss Manda Daniel and brother were the guest of Miss Rhoda Daniel near Salem Saturday night and Sun dayMr I and Mrs Jesse P Wilson visited Mr and Mrs C V Christian Sunday J B Johnston Wm Pierce and J G Wilson went to Beaver Dam yesterday J W Bradley and wife Rosine attendedchurch at Salem last night There will be services at this church tomorrow to arrange for Childrens day next Sunday Asia Minor Dont fail to hear Rev A S Pettie D D on Asia Minor at Presbyterian Church Rockport at 8 pm Bears ofl Clothing Boys young men and old men You want to come in and see then You dont have to go up the winding stairs To get a good Suitor clothes that wears For we will soon have them on the first floor If you FCC them once you will like them shore We can show you Suits either dark or light And we know the marked down price is right Suits that used to sell for ten Come in now and look again j ti You can buy em now for just onehalf Come bring the cash and we will make you laugh DroMSH Goods This department is chuck full of bargains to the hrinli tt Insertings and Laces suitable to trim Organdies Mulls and Linen Pongeenotte Oh they arc beauties and dont you forget f4AndFor the price is right you bet your boots And you cant see it otherwise Hurry up dont wait dont over delay Or you will miss the big bargains we have in Pique Persian Lawns and Paris Mnslinsand pretty dotted Swiss And so many nice things We cant mention intthis- Uemnants are going at any old price Come and look once you will sure come twice We are thankful to our good people here and about And invite them to come back again It wont be long until youll have a quicker route To come to Hartford on the passenger train It is now too late and the customers wont wait For us to tell you more But you wont complain you can see it so plain t When you trade at the Economy Store I COMPANY lHartford Kentucky VAfIVIAft iiI fI n purpose Monday June 10 inst By competent judges this lecture is pronounced one of the greatest given the public Greater than Lorimers French Revolution Whitsitts Robert Burns and Broadus Glimpses of Great Men combined For the benefit of Rockport Anti Saloon League Admission 2o cents Call For Convention- At a meeting of the Republican committee of the Fordsville Magisterial District held at Fordsville Ky on June fth 190 It was ordered that a mass convention for the purpose of nominating candidates for the office of Magistrate and Constable for said district be held at Fordsville at 2 oclock p m on Saturday June 17 1905 J wr HALE Chmn Dist Com CROMWELL June 14Mr T C Pirtle and wife spent Tuesday in Hartford Messrs Reuben Steward and Allison James went to Hartford Wednesday- Mr Tom Wallace went to Louisville Wednesday We have a new Wharf Boat now and Capt Dunn is Happy Mr R B Martin was in town a few days ago We are always glad to see our next Sheriff of Ohio County Boat Excursion The Boat We Three will give an excursion next Sunday June the 18th from Hartford to the mouth of Nocreek and return Will leave Hartford wharf at 8 oclock sharp and will get back before dark Bring your lunch with you and have a good time Price 40 apiece round trip Children 15c Down river rainydayW M FORMAN CAITAIN AForTin Kind You Have Always Bought w the- 61pllotWO Un t Work as good as the best and prices as thechenpestOi lull any kind of job prmti MIT nlderunlbeS- tlltlInltsfl t o An Indisputable SAFE INVESTMENT The material progress which our country is now and has been making l for the past decade of years naturally brings to the surface numerous schemes of the getrichquick character that benefit only the promoters of such at the expense of innocent investorsIIn this age of genuine prosperity with every legitimate business boom ing wages high work in abundance Jearning best prices there is little or no excuse for one not to join the army of moneymakersThe safest investment to make is to become a reader of the CINCINNATI ENQUIRER the greatest rUnited l1 and information gleaned from its colIumns one may become well qualified to reach out and secure his share of profit that always accrues from invest ments intelligently made The WEEKLY ENQUIRER costs buttone dollar for one years term The SUNDAY ENQUIRER costs you two dol lays for a year The DAILY ENQUIRERI issues a week you get for dollars a year- Without the aidof a ourteenf a newspaper success in any becomes problematical For ryou can secure a sample copy of each DAILY SUNDAY and WEEKLY EN 1 QUIRKR Addre- ssCnquirer Company Cincinnati Ohio I j I t1MLao 1 e 4444 44444 rtri 4c Fairs June Specials 0 You will find at Fairs through June a com plete line of midsummer Novelties Call and see them Belts and Neckwear All the newest in wash Holts plain white and embroidered at 25o A beautiful line of Silk Girdles in Black Brown and Blue from 2oo to 50e The very latest in Ladies ohms in White mid Fancy from 25e 3 to 50c Laces and Embroideries Those sheer dainty patterns in Laces that thin I Dress Goods demand are found right in our store A largo lino to select from with Insertions to match runt in prices from 5c to 2oc per yard Our Embroidery stock is tho completed in Hartford Our prices tho lowest Wo laws them in Cambric from 5c to 8oe In Swisses from lOc to jf c all with insertions to match Select your Laces and Embroideries from us and you will make no mistake j Thin Dress Goods These warm days create a demand for cool wear Wo aroshowing tho prettiest and sheerest qualities in Wash Goods that it has over been our pleasure to show Our India Linen Persian Lawns Swisses Etc run in price from lOc to 25c Our fancy wash Fabrics are I from 5e to Hoc Wo certainly can please those who are hardest to please Wo invite your inspection Millinery ReductionF- rom now until the end of our season wo will otter special reduction prices on the above line Our pres ent season has been one of great satislaction and now we want to wind it up by a special reduction sale in order to clean tho entire stock Condo early and se- curei a barga- inBargain Basement Filled every week with goodsat 5c and lOc nothing higher This department should attract tho atten tion of all economical housekeepers Many useful ar ticles at 5c and lOc that you pay 2oc and 35c for every day Dont fail to visit it when in Hartford t AT The Bargain neater o i tt tri tt4T775t tTt Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 1C d IHInolsCentralRallroadTlmo Table Nirlll Iun1Illnnnil No 132 doe 417 mil No 1nllSl Hm No IRilnoU10p ni NolntdnrMpn- IBolodur37pw No HI due 040 110 xorlaE TILE BnPlTIIMCAN will print Iran nt merge Memory JVoilcm ilbllnnrlm RcnolnlioiiK of Ilrpref- Etelotho rxtrnl ol ISO words All over that notonntRe charge for It Hie rile of lo per word rnutt In fldvnce Article In rice n ol ISO word wil- lie tilt down to rrqulrnl limn mtle- atnonerlsent I wllh nmnnirrlpl Po- elry lo n word in every Inn i White Canvass Slippers at FairsI City Restaurant surely feeds the people i See Fairs Dolly Varden Ribbons i for BeltsIBest Ice Cream and Cakes in town t at City Restaurant MylMyl isnt the City Restaurant Ice Cream just fine j Mr J C Hoheimer Rockport called to see us last Friday I You wilUook well in one of our 10 Spring Suits CARSON Co Mrs Tim Taylor New Orleans I La is the guest of friends in this City Buy your Curtain Poles Lace Cur tains Floor Oil Cloths Mattingsand Carpets at Fairs INew selection Ladies Neckwear atI Fairs New Colored Silk Umbrellas at Fairs Mr R J Mason Buford was a- very pleasant caller Wednesday Those ten dollar Suits you get for five are stunners at Long Con I K C Byers Friedaland called toI see us while in town last Friday Ice Cream and Sherbet at City Restaurant during commencement week They certainly have a swell line of Shoes and Low Cuts at Long Co A Lawn Tennis club is in process organization by the young men of Hartford 25 dozen Ladies Bleached Silk taped neck and armhole vests regular 15c value lOc at Fairs I havnt seen anything just like those new belts they are showing this week at Long Co Editor Heber Matthews wife and I daughter Miss Elsie are the guests- of relatives at Evansville Ind i Our highgrade Clothing costs no more than the common kind sold everywhere CARSON Co Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tf Drs C W and Clarence DeWeese Shreve were the guest of their brother SUIt James DeWeese the first of the wee- kYouknowhere you have been getting all of the very newest things in Wash Goods just see what weve got n this week LONG Co 0 I Burial Caskets for sale by P L Wood Ceralvo Ky 42tl New line of dainty laces with in sertions to match at Fairs Mr R A Hoover Olaton was a very pleasant caller Tuesday MrOtway Yates Rochester is the guest of E Yewell Park this week See Fairs for sheer qualities m lawns White Goods and Organdies To cut a long story short our 10 and 12 Spring Suits are dandies CARSON Co We have thin coats for little men for slim and fat men at thin prices CARSON Co Bring your Hams Wool Eggs Chickens and Feathers to Carson Co Oh those lovely Fans I must have one for next week At Long Co of course You can find anything that you might wish for in Thin Dress at ear son Cos Good Judges of Clothing are buy ing our 10 12 and 15 Suits on sight CARSON Co Dont worry and stew over making Ice Crearn when you can buy better at City Restaurant We have a great assortment of low cut Shoes for ladies and men CARSON Co Mr Ross Bennett who is attending the commencement exercises this week called to see us Wednesday IAfter a few days visit to relatives Janes P Thomas returned to her home at Louisville Tuesday Allover Laces and dainty inser tions and in fact any kind of new Novelties you wantis at Long Co From now until October 1 Keown and Kings Meat shop will be open from 7 to 8 oclock on Sunday Morn ing Charlie Wade of Louisville has opened up a tinshop in the Fogle property East side of the public Square WANTED Position as Stenographer or Bookkeeper Good references if wanted Address Box 514 Owens boroKy Mrs Thomas Fowler Gulfport Miss arrived Monday to be the guest of her brother J E Davidson and family Your Hosiery is on display when you wear your lowcut Shoes New patterns in Hosiery hereCARSON Co Mrand IrsJ Will Tanner Liver more were theguests of relatives in the City Tuesday Mr Tanner gave the Republican a call while here Dr and Mrs Wolfolk Barrow and little daughter Mary Lexington Ky are the guests of Mrs Barrows parents lion and Mrs H P Taylor The newest thing in Ribbon ever seen or heard of they are showing at Long Co Every half yard different colors i See those Binders Mowers Hay rakes Cultivators Plows Disc Har rows and Drills now going at cost D L D SANDERFUR 45t3 Beaver Dam Ky Dr G C Crowder of Rosine who recently completed his third years work at the Hospital College of Med icine Louisville has located at Ola ton to enter upon the practice of his professionWANTEDTen reliable men to sell Nursery Stock Cash advanced weekly Address High land NurseryCloyerport Kv 45t6 ESTRAY One pale red heifer with short crumply horns heavy built unmarked now about 3 years old Has been gone from farm near Sulphur Springs sincejune 1904 A liberal reward will be paid for return of same or any information leading to recovery SCHUYLER S ACTON Sulphur Springs Ky Dr S J Rhoads died at his home at Beaver Dam at an early hour Monday morning of diseases incident to old age After funeral services Conducted by Rev E W CoaKley uesday afternoon his remains were intered in the Goshen Cemetery A large Circle of sorrowing relatives and friends assembled to witness the Badrites f 0 h Misses Mattie and Minnie Shugart Greenville are the guests of their sister Mrs M H Tappan The second teachers examination will be held here today and tomorrow The July examination will be held at Fordsville Its only a question with the Ladies what Style Hats they want They know to see Mrs Smith foi the latest at Long Co Mr P C Miller who has been teaching at Breaux Bridge La for the past two years is the guest of his father Judge J P Miller Mr A R Carson has sold his in terest in the Grocery business of Carson Bros to Mr U S Carson the other member of the firm Mrs C M Barnett who has been under the treatment physicians att Louisvillefor the past few weeks has returned home greatly improved j After an absence of several day on official business in the upper part of the county Supt Jas DeWeese returned to Hartford the first of thei week I The local option election held at i Rockport last Saturday resulted InI in an overwhelming victory for the drys The vote stood 23 in favor of and 78 against the sale of liquor I Mr Robert Wedding who has been Secretary of the Army Branch Y M C A Charleston S i C for the past year and a half ar- riVed Wednesday to be the guest of his mother Mrs Julia Wedding fori a few weeks- WANTEDBY CHICAGO MANUFAC TURING HOUSE person of trustworthiness and somewhat familiar with local territory as assistant in branch office Salary 18 paid weekly Permanent position No investment required Business establish ed Previous experience not essen tial to engaging Address Manager Branches 323 Dearborn St Chicago Dr J W Taylor has left with us for inspectation one of the best ar ranged and well kept ScrapBooks we have even seen It contains choicest of currant literature both of prose and verse Important happen ings of the county and State and events of striking significance in the worlds history make up a quite inter esting part of the book The most excellent selections indicate the doctors splendid taste in choosing matter for his book Messrs J W Ford Rowan Hol brook Chester Keown R T Her L F Woerner R R Wedding S A Anderson M L Heavrin Rev G J Bean Dr J S Morton T J Smith E P Barnett Mrs Lydia Conner Mrs F L Felix Master Douglas Felix and little Misses Lelia Glenn and Mary Elizabeth Felix Hartford Judge Ben Newton Esq B P Graves and Seth Riley Buford James Chinn Beda and Frank Chinn Heflin were among theOhio County people who have been in attendance at the Con federate reunion at Louisville this week License to Wed The follwing permits to wed havE been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last report- J D Maddox McHenry age 24 years to Martha Maddox McHenry age 21 years Harman Whitescarver Rochester age 24 years to Martha L Brown Rochester age 18 years W J Mason Rockport age 30 years to Mary Russell Rockport age 3C years T L Lauterwasser Hartford age 43 years to Octira Black Hartford age 28 years George P Ford Friedaland age 29 years to Rem Duncan Friedaland age 18 years Albert Maddox Greensburg age 34 years to Laura Casebier Rockport age 30 years Excursion to Calhoun The boat We Three will give as excursion Saturday June 24th from Hartford to Calhoun the occasion being Masonic Barbecue Will leave Hartford wharf at 4 oclock a miand will return the next day All intermediate points made also W M FORMAN Master A P Taylor Deedilnthe Nomination Mr A P Taylor who was given the Democratic nomination for Superintendent of Schools has declin diHe looked carefully over the situation and was shrewed enough to see the utter hopeless of winning and therefore yielded up the empty honor The Democrat Com mStte then beat the brush for a candidate Finally the place on the YoungMen You are invited to come and inspect our beautiful lino of Summer Clothing We can make you look neat and stylish with a good cool suit When you try our Clothing once you will not want to wear any other kind for we sell the most reliable brand of Clothing in the country We tan sell you a Suit that is cool enough for the summer and warm enough for the fall as low as 3100 sandas high as 1500 Leaders in Shoes For the past three years we have been known as the leaders of the Shoe trade inI Hartford for we handle the HamiltonBrown Shoes and it is the most celebrated Slice on the market Every pair is guaranteed We have a full line of Low Cut Shoes in all styles for men and a large line of Slippers for women When you are in town come in and let us show them to you for we take pleasure in showing our goods whether you buy them or not Hats You have been spending your money long enough for Hats that do not give you satisfactionand which lose their shape the first time you go in the rain You can easily put a stop to it by trying one of bur Swan Brand Hats which are guaranteed not to lose their shape when they get wet if Gents Furnishings Make us your headquarters for your Shirts Un derwear Neckties lilt anything in Gents Furnish ings you might need for you can always finis a fancy line of these h- eroSAM I BACH Hartfords Headquarters for Clothing and Shoes 4 Opportunity bC 4 Is Knocking lc II 4 At Your Door C t 431ont let it slip by unimproved A splendid 4 chanco to furnish your home with the newest and best lino of Furniture at a big saving in price is now it fi offl red When in need of Furniture of any descrip f Jij tion come direct to A 0 Taylor the Furniture man U ho can fit you out U 4 fA 49 A beautiful line of Buggies Surries Traps Drive y 14 Wagons and Harness always in stock All goods = 4Q of the newest and latest designs All firstclass Its bit i J1 to your interest to visit my store = cf TiffstHartford Ky it- fi U ticket was offered to 0 M Shultz who was VicePresident in the Hartford college last year but whose connection with that institution has lately been severed It remains to be seen whether Mr Shultz will be willipg to sacrifice his time and money to the good of the cause or not I Blue Island 111 Jan 141901 Messrs ELY BROSI have used your Cream Balm in my family for I nine years and it has become my family doctor for colds in the head I use it freely on children It is a Godsend to children Yours re c P v spectfully J Kimball IMessrs Ely BrpsI suffered with catarrh and tried effectIBalm I found relief and I cannot- I praise too highly such aremedy Miss Cora Willard Alabama N Y ThoughtsI for the rent of your business house than for ad vertising your business you are pur v suing a false policy If you can do business let itbe known Benjam + min Franklin p4r I or42 44W J44 4r t rrrr ao Fairs June Specials 2 You will find at Fairs through June a com plete line midsummer Novelties Call and see them Belts and Neckwear All the newest in wash Belts plain white and em- broidered4 at 25c A beautiful line of Silk Smiles in Black Brown and Blue from 25e to 50e The very r latest in Ladies Collars in White slid Fancy from 25c I to 50e Laces and Embroideries Those sheer dainty patterns in Laces that thin 5 Dress Goods demand are found right in our ntore A largo lino to select from with insertions to match runt in prices from 5c to 25e per yard Our Embroidery stock is tie completes in Hartford Our prices the lowest Wo have them in Cambric from 5o to Hoc In Swisses from lOc to Me all with insertions to match Select your Luces and Embroideries from us and you will make no mistake Thin Dress Goods Iheso warm days create a demand for cool wear Wo arushowing the prettiest and sheerest qualities in Wash Goods that it has ever been our pleasure to show Our India Linen Persian Lawns Swisses Etc run in pricu from lOc to 2uc Our fancy wash Fabrics are from oo to Hoc Wo certainlycIn please those who are hardest to please Wo invite your inspection Millinery Reduction r From now until the end of our season wo will offer special reduction prices on the above line Our pres ont season has been one of great satisfaction and now wo want to wind it up by a special reduction sale in order to clean the entire stock Come early and se cure a barga- inBargain Basement Filled every week with goodsat 5e and lOc noth ing higher This department should attract the atten tion of all economical housekeepers Many useful ar ticles at 5e and lOc that you pay 25c and 35c for every I day1ont full to visit it when in Hartford AT The Bargain neater t 1tM H t H 0Ilartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 16 u illinois Central Railroad Tlm TableINnrlh lliMinil- No t2 iln 407 n in No 1t dnOaNp N Xo 102 lue S37 pm oIunlllSo 111110 M pii No Ill dof IMOpm NOTICKTHK RnrFllMCAN will print tree nt rtinrito Jlrmory Noll I itblinnrlr Hcnolnlioim or Rrper iirlnUic rirnt 01 ISO word All over llntt nntOnnlRe cliitrKe for HI Hi rile nt to per word eneh I II mUitnc ArllclfH In excce ol ISO word will be rut down 10 required IHI nnlr money In ent wllh HIMHIM rlpl Po- ftrt lo n word in every Inilnne White Canvass Slippers at FairsI City Restaurant surely feeds the people See Fairs Dolly Varden Ribbons for BeltsIBest Ice Cream and Cakes in town at City Restaurant My My isnt the City Restaurant Ice Cream iust fine Mr J C Hoheimer Rockport I called to see us last Friday I You wilUook well in one of our 10 Spring Suits CARSON Co Mrs Tim Taylor New Orleans La is the guest of friends in City thisI Buy your Curtain Poles Lace Cur thins Floor Oil Cloths Mattings and Carpets at Fairsgl h INew selection Ladies Neckwear at Fairs New Colored Silk Umbrellas at Fairs Mr R J Mason Buford teas a- very pleasant caller Wednesday Those ten dollar Suits you get for five are stunners at Long Co K C Byers Friedaland called to see us while in town last Friday Ice Cream and Sherbet at City Restaurant during commencement week They certainly have a swell line of Shoes and Low Cuts at Long Co A Lawn Tennis club is in process of organization by the young men of Hartford 25 dozcnLadies Bleached Silk tap ed neck and armhole vests regular 15c value lOc at Fairs I havnt seen anything just like those new belts they are showing- I this week at Long Co IEditor Heber Matthews wife and daughter Miss Elsie are the guests of relatives at Evansville Ind Our highgrade Clothing costs no soldtILeave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laundry 46tf Drs C W and Clarence DeWeese Shreve were the guest of their brother SUIt James DeWeese the first of the week You knowwhere you have been getting all of the very newest things in Wash Goods just see what weve in this week LONG Co Burial Caskets for sale by P L Wood Ceralvo Ky 42t12 New line of dainty laces with in sertions to match at Fairs Mr R A Hoover Olaton was a very pleasant caller TuesdayI MrOtway Yates Rochester is the guest of E Yewell Park this week See Fairs for sheer qualities in lawns White Goods and Organdies To cut a long story short our 10 and 12 Spring Suits are dandlesj We have thin coats for little men for slim and fat men at thin prices CARSON Coj Bring your Hams Wool Eggs Chickens and Feathers to Carson Co Oh those lovely Fans I must have one for next week At Long Co of course You can find anything that you might wish for in Thin Dress at ear son Cos Good Judges of Clothing are buy ing our 10 12 and 15 Suits on sight CARSON Co Dont worry and stew over making Ice Cream when you can buy better at City Restaurant We have a great assortment of low cut Shoes for ladies and men CARSON Co Mr Ross Bennett who attending the commencement exercises thisr weekcalled to see us Wednesday After a few days visit to relatives a here Mrs Janes P Thomas returned to her home at LouisvilleTuesday Allover Laces and dainty inservv tions and in fact any kind of newb Novelties you wantis at Long From now until October 1 Keown and Kings Meat shop will be open from 7 to 8 oclock on Sunday Morn ingICharlie Wade of Louisville has opened up a tinshop in the Fogle property East side of the public Square WANTED Position as Stenographer or Bookkeeper Good references if wanted Address Box 511 Owens boro Ky Mrs Thomas Fowler Gulfport Miss arrived Monday to be the guest of her brother J E Davidson and family Your Hosiery is on display when you wear your lowcut Shoes New patterns in Hosiery hereCARSON Co Mrand lrsJ Will Tanner Liver more were theguests of relatives in the City Tuesday Mr Tanner gave the Republican a call while here Dr and Mrs Wolfolk Barrow and little daughter Mary Lexington BarrowsIThe newest thing in Ribbon ever seen or heard of they are showing at Long Co Every half yard diff erent colors See those Binders Mowers Hay rakes Cultivators Plows Disc Har rows and Drills now going at cost D L D SANDERFUR 45t3 Beaver Dam Ky Dr G C Crowder of Rosine who recently completed his third years work at the Hospital College of Med icine Louisville has located at Ola ton to enter upon the practice of his profession WANTEDTen reliable men toselJ Nursery Stock Cash advanced weekly Address High land Nursery CIQverport Ky 45t6 EsTRAYOne pale red heifer with short crumply horns heavy built un marked now about 3 years old Has been gone from farm near Sulphur Springs since june 1901 A liberal reward will be paid for return of same or any information leading- to recovery SCHUYLER S ACTON Sulphur Springs Ky Dr S J Rhoads died at his home at Beaver Dam at an early hour Monday morning of diseases incident to old age After funeral services conducted by Rev E W CoaUIey Tuesday afternoon his remains were intered in the Goshen Cemetery A large Circle of sorrowing relatives and friends assembled to witness the sad rites I J Misses Mattie and Minnie Shugart Greenville are the guests of their sister Mrs M H Tappan The second teachers examination will be held here today and tomorrow The July examination will be held at Fordsville Its only a question with the La dies what Style Hats they want They know to see Mrs Smith for the latest at Long Co Mr P C Miller who has been teaching at Breaux Bridge La for the past two years is the guest of his father Judge J P Miller Mr A R Carson has sold his in terest in the Grocery business of Carson Bros to Mr U S Carson the other member of the firm Mrs C M Barnett who has been under the treatment physicians at Louisvillefor the past few weeks has returned home greatly improved I After an absence of several days on official business in the upper part of the county Supt Jas DeWeese returned to Hartford the first of the i week The local option election held at Rockport last Saturday resulted in in an overwhelming victory for the drys The vote stood 23 in favor of and 78 against the sale of liquor I Mr Robert Wedding who has been Secretary of the Army Branch Y M C A Charleston SIC for the past year and a half arj ived Wednesday to be the guest of his mother Mrs Julia Wedding for few weeks WANTEDBY CHICAGO MANUFAC trustIworthineSsas office Salary 18 paid week InvestImenttial to engaging Address Manager Branches 323 Dearborn St Chicago Dr J W Taylor has left with us for inspectation one of the best ar rangedand well kept ScrapBooks we have even seen It contains choicest of currant literature both of prose and verse Important happenings of the county and State and events of striking significance in the worlds history make up a quite interesting part of the book The most excellent selections indicate the doctors splendid taste in choosing matter for his book Messrs J W Ford Rowan Holbrook Chester Keown R T Her L F Woerner R R Wedding S A Anderson M L Heavrin Rev GJ Bean Dr J S Morton T J Smith E P Barnett Mrs Lydia Conner Mrs F L Felix Master Douglas Felix and little Misses Lelia Glenn and Mary Elizabeth Felix Hartford Judge Ben Newton Esq B F Graves and Seth Riley Buford James Chinn I I Beda and Frank Chinn Heflin were among theOhio County people who have been in attendance at the Con federate reunion at Louisville this weekILicense to Wed The follwing permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last report- J D Maddox McHenry age 24 years to Martha Maddox McHcnry age 21 years Harman Whitescarver Rochester age 24 years to Martha L Brown Rochester age 18 years W J Mason Rockport age 30 years to Mary Russell Rockport age 30 years T L Lauterwasser Hartford age 43 years to Octira Black Hartford age 28 years George P Ford Friedaland age 29 years to Rena DunCan Friedaland age 18 years Albert Maddox Greensburg age 34 years to Laura Casebier Rockport age 30 years Excursion to Calhoun The boat We Three will give an excursion Saturday June 24th from Hartford to Calhoun the occasion being Masonic Barbecue Will leave Hartford wharf at 4 oclocka mj and will return the next day All intermediate points made also W M FORMAN Master A P Taylor Declines the Nomination Mr A P Taylor who was given the Democratic nomination for Superintendent of Schools has declined He looked carefully over the situation and was shrewed enough- to see the utter hopeless of winning and therefore yielded up the empty honor The Democrat Como mitte then beat the brush for a candidate Finally the place on the YoungMan You are invited to come und inspect our beautiful lino of Summer Clothing We can make you look neat and stylish with a good cool suit When you try our Clothing once you will not want to wear any other kind for we sell the most reliable brand of Clothing inthe country We tau sell you a Suit that is cool enough for the summer and warm enough for the fill as low as 400 and as high as 1500 Leaders in Shoes For the past three years we have been known as the leaders of the Shoe trade inHartford for we h11 110tho HamiltonBrown Shoes and it is the most celebrated Shoe on the market Every pair is guaranteed We have a full line of Low Cut Shoes in all styles for men and a large line of Slippers for women When you are in town come in and let us show them to you for wo take pleasure in showing our goods whether you buy them or not Hats You have been spending your money long enough for Hats that do not give you eatisfactiortand which lose their shape the first time you go in the rain You can easily put a stop to it by trying one of Our Swan Brand Hats which are guaranteed not to lose their shape when they get wet ett Gents Furnishings Make us yoir headquarters for your Shirts Underwear Neckties and anything in Gents Furnish jugs you might need for you can always find a fancy line of these h- ereSAM BACH Hartfords Headquarters for Clothing and Shoes tz 41 0pportunitySf4 Is Knocking 41 At Your Door 4 I b 41 4 Dont let it slip by unimproved A splendid 41 chance to furnish your home with the newest and bit 43 best line of Furniture at a big saving in price is now JJ offered When in need of Furniture of any descrip bra 14i lion come direct to A C Taylor the Furniture man jj he can fit vou out i I 4FA beautiful lino of Buggies Surries Traps Drive tit Jb Wagons and Harness always in stock All l4I JO oj the newest surd latest designs All firstclap Itsi 14i to your interest to visit my store ip Iff bt 4A C TAYLOR i41 Hartford Kyfi ticket was offered to 0 M Shultz Hartlfordcollege connection with that institution has lately been severed It remains to be seen whether Mr Shultz will be willipg to sacrifice his time and not money to the good of the cause or I Blue Island III Jan 14 1901 j Messrs ELY BRosI have used your Cream Balm in my family for nine years and it has become my family doctor for colds in the head I use it freely on children It is a Godsend to children Yours re I 4 KimballI I suffered and tried effectIyour Balm I found relief and I cannot aremedyMiss Y Thoughts When you pay more for the rent of your business house than for ad vertising your business you are pur 9 suing a false policy If you can do business let it be known Benjam min Franklin 14 j1 yrraTmemlry CONDENSED STORIES A Family Mixup With Reiulti Decid edly Indefinite Among the many court legend t related by exhulgc Schatz of I Mount Vernon is one of nn Irish man called to the bar on n charge of wife beating The accused u light weight whose manner reflected more of meekness that ferocity sat quietly nursing a few facial scars as his wife a burly woman excited grievnlncesWhen OI DONT TINa 01 HATE lIEU timony of other witnesses had been heard the judge turned to the pr s oner and sternly exclaimed Stand up there Holahau and let the court hear what defense if any you have to make to this charge of brutality The prisoner staggered to his feet and as the blood trickled from his wounds as if to emphasize the plaintive tones of his remonstrance he replied Ueggin yer pardon yer honor but Oi dont tink Oi bate her What I indignantly shouted the judge Dont think 01 beat her After all the damning testimony we have heard have you the audacity to expect the court to believe your unsupported assertion that ynu didnt herAxin yer mercy joodge for me bowldniss deferentially replied Ho lahan burMall the sane Oi do be tinkin that cf ver honor had been rifereein the schrap vicui ved- a called it a dratNew York Times FltzHuah Lee and the Peddler L1 he late General FitzIIugh Lee was f i2iJJ joke and he sometime them A friend of the dead general tells thins- il lade geiieral as ttng out w u ge shade tree at his home in Virginia A peddler and there were hundreds of them just after the close of the civil wnrrode up and asked if he couldsell anything 1 dont care for anything sir generalThegot down off his horse and began to remove pack after pack U 1 mutt have something you wishsaid the peddler as he untied the pat UlIl 1 might buy something if I found what I wanted said the general This was enough for the peddler nnd he pulled out calico ribbons Ijrdrbe customer didnt see what he wanted What do YOU want asked the peddler after about ten minutes ex hilJiling his good- sUl wanted a grindstone nnswcr ed the general U A grindstone I Do you think I carry grindstones around on horc back Y perImpsKansas City Star Bark and Bite Senator Pettus the veteran statesman from Alabama is an in imitable teller of dark stories and among his collection perhaps the following h one of the best One day a farmer in my state while in his barn observed his dog rush out and begin to bark furiously at a darky from a neighboring farm The negro at once took to his heelsI although he had come to the barn importance nnd making sure that no dog was about entered the barntfrightenedSamwouldnt have harmed you Remem ber the old saying Barking dogs jiuvcr bite Pate all right sah responded the negro with much gravity You 3cnow dat an I know dat but when do either of us know when dat con founded dog is agoin to stop bark int New York Times BABYS FINGER PRINTS The possibilities in finger print identification recently led to n curi ous question being put to Dr Fran cis Ualton the great finger print expert by thetyolicu authorities of n foreign state They had received information they said that a baby who was heir to a great title and estate was in danger of being kidnaped and held to ransom Supposing this should happen and the baby eventually be restored would finger print taken before the abduction he suflicient to identify the baby and prune that he was not u changeling Pr Galtons answer was that it is exceedingly dillicult to print from the fingers of young infants From about six years of age and upward however there is no dillieulty anA the prints would be sullicient for identification purposes london Express n Gallant Judge Nlcholls South Carolina members of the Daughters of the American Hcrolu tion the national convention of which was held in Washington are very much pleased that a lady from this state Mrs Xicholls of Spartan burg was elected as a vice president general of the socict The ladies were so immensely pleased that they sent the following telegram In Judge Xifholls of Spartanburg You are now the husband of n vice pres identcentral SOUTH CAROLINA DELEGATION Judge Xicholls was quirk to re spond and this was his telegram I appreciate the honor South Carolina has been Instrumental In conferring on Mrs Nlcholl For my part I accept the reflected honor and promise Implicit obe dience to her excellency tho vice presi dentgeneral MRS NICHOLAS HUSIIAND Anderson Mail A Soapy Lake Some interesting items may at times be unearthed from the con sular reports For example there is a description of a soupy lake in the annual statement of the trade and commerce of Nicaragua This sheet of water the Lake of Xcjapa contains a strong solution of bicarbonate of potash bicarbonate of so da and sulphate of magnesia This water when rubbed on any greasy object at once forms a lather The report says it is used as a hair wash and enjoys a local reputation as a cure for external and internal com plaints The Xicaraguans are not conspicuous for commercial enterprise but during the year they man aged to export four demijohns of this wonderful water to the neighboring G Lonely Pitcairn Island Pitcairn island is a lonely little spot of land in the southern Pacific It has IGf inhabitants Their only link with the outside world is a cutter of fourteen tons that with luck gets to a neighboring island now and then whence about four times a eur communication nay be established with Tahiti A man of the name of McCoy has been presi dent for some years President McCoy is a member of the Seventh Adventist church and hits DaJI been to America The Pitcairn landers fin eminently religion They are exemplary in their attendance at week day cr meetinpra and church gatherings tin not use intoxicants Shoeblacks Abroad The British consul general in Warsaw reports An attempt was made in 1101 to introduce shoe blacks in the streets of Warsaw but it was a complete failure us ul though the public evinced the greatest curiosity in the novelty and a crowd assembled any one had his shoes wheneerI publicity was such that be found to submit to malwIcrtheless the American custom commodious public shoe blacking is taking hold in The arm chair is now to be found in many places in London Paris Buildings- A practical plan for beautifying the streets is that adopted by the municipal councilof Paris to en courage the ornamentation of tho fronts of buildings A committee has just completed its inspection of the buildings erected in that capital last year and selected the six having the handsomest facades The archi tect of each one of these will receive a medal and the owner will be ex empted from certain taxation The Planet Mars Flnmmarion the famous astrono mer says of the planet Mars The climate is very mild There ore no- gales while the atmosphere is very light with scarcely any clouds TheI inhabitants enjoy fine weather the j climate being something like that ol Davos Platz in Switzerland dry and clear We know the globe of Mars perfectly in fact far tatter than tho earth Timber In India There is a growing demand in India for timber other than teak owing to the increase of factories andof coal mines while there is also a large export The oldest form of cultivation practiced by the forest tribes of India was to burn a good patch of woodland leaving all the trunks bare and black and then to sow among the fertilizing ashes n miserable crop of grain This was done for two years by which time the jungle plants grew up und chok ed everything In this way perhaps Jv000 worth of timber was killed to grow JO worth of grain As some of these tribes to this day know no other way to grow corn they resent being interfered with tad revenge themselves by arson and more for ests an destroyed Its First Jewish Officer Emperor William has made an innovation in the ticrman army by ap pointing its first Jewish officer Ho is rttllisoll of the late Baron Karl Mayer yon Uothschild of FrankfurtamMniii The young man was serving as a one ycar vol unteer in n Baden regiullit of draw goons stationed at Karlsruhe lie let it be known that he would like to Income an Nicer of course upon adequate evidence of capacity Jut the olliccrs of the regiment turne1 Iris application down When the em perm hoard of it he appointed tin bcdehtunter cer llwill bo assigned to n regi ment Dog With Hoofs A dog with hoofs like a cow is owned by Daniel Brown and is across betvctjn a shepherd and a spaniel It was purchased by Brown from Miles Dickey a Panhandle engineer three years ago when a pup but not until recently did the hoofs grow on its feet and the owner is at a loss to know how to account for them The growth has appeared on all four feet and is as hard as horn When the dog walks across the board floor of the saloon where it is kept there is a sound like the i pattering of a couple of children with wooden shoes Indianapolis News Jefferson Davis Sword Time latest discovery at Fort Gib son is a sword which Editor Holdcn believes was owned by Jefferson Da vis as it was found in the ruins of a house where Jefferson Davis lived wjien he was a lieutenant in the reg ular army at Fort Gibson The sword is ownedby s uish and is in a good state of preservation The blade is two edged about twenty inches in length The handle is C raQmountingsKniims An Irish Compliment The Irish with that happy in parndnxiclllhe paying Nonage to the memory of Moore They propose to remove from College street Dublin an abominable etligyof his which has long filled his admirers with horror London Chronicle Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 11105 as far as reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any ommissions or correction of dates Hartford October 44 days Madisonville August 1jdays Danville August 84 lays Fern Creek August 154 days Shepherdsville August 154 days LawrenceburgAugust 154 days Vanceburg August 104 days GuthrieAugust 173 days ShelbyvllieAugust 224 days Springfield August 234 days NicholasvilleAugust 293 days Bardstown August 304 days Florence August 304 days Elizabethtown September 53 daysGlasgow September 04 days Kentucky State Fair September 184 days Henderson September 20 0 days Falmouth September 27 4 days Owensboro October 105 days First Sight of a Train Now and then one hears of people who have never seen a locomotive or train of cars but these people are becoming scarcer as the time passes until they are almost as remote as the legendary heroes of the olden times said C T Rauce of Roanoke Va A few weeks ago however it was my fortune to notice the actions e of a grown man who had never seen a train or heard the whistle of an engine or steamboat It was in a little village in Kentucky near tit wild mountain and this mutt had been arrested by the Revenue men He was being taken to n place for trial and at the village where Ien countered the party his first trip on the cars was to begin Suddenly the train whistler not more than a quarter of a mile away The moonshiner jumped nearly three feet and stood like an animal at bay his head up and his nostrils quiver ing with astonishment And in a few minutes the train rolled in The man from the mountains as the engine passed the platform became as one bereft of reason Down to his knees he dropped and with his manacled hands extended in a ges htlhprayer to be steed He had to he carried on board and was nearly in sane during the trip From his wild ravings we gathered that he thought the end of the world had come BEST FOR THE- BOWELS If yon htTtnt a rtcnlir hrilthr moT nint cf the bowel verr Urrour 111 nr will Li Knpyuur bowet open and be wlviolent pnrsla or piil t ItonIilanren r PThI imootheil caileit most r1 WIT of kteplnr the bowels cltar and clean u t tik- eCANDY 11 CATHARTIC EAT EM LIKE CANDY ritaiant Palatable Potent Tail Geed Do flood Never Pltkrn Weaken orOrlti 10 lSd10 tats prrbot Writ for tree ample and took ItOft health Addres 4JJ Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN 1 OpportunityWe in this locality to sellI the WHEELER I WILSON Sewing I MachineWe offer ex ceptional induce ments to someone who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his time to advancing the sales of our productI Energei 1 C men find our proposition a moneymaker ca pablcofdevelopmcntI into a permanent and profitable businessWRITE AT ONCE WheelerS Wilson MI gCo 72 and 74 Wabash Ac CIIICAGO HearY- Wattersons i Letters from EuropeWill A Leading Feature I orT- haCourierJournal I During 1905 I rhtt al I l nmnv oilier Allmcttv j ilrp llmn8 nil lininn In Illlie B com lrte XeWMpHptr- i Mall Ratcl Dully Coiirlerloiiriial 1 Yr fi Dnlly and Sunday I Yr 8 Weekly 1 I- COURIBrMUURNAI COMPANY IOUISVIUK KY Uy u 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tlieiour ultrn WILSON srtTon uhlan-r R at Ulll llonp pnddon thrOmrt Mrhi tvl onrr riraf Hunk MARKS Qulekl HANDBOOK none newnrtmlcrn roalki Valt4 Colds for not COUPONForIt to Tile American lIanucal eo EraniTUl Ia4 r 41lIIrdlleuellyonw18supplyIF1CDU0 A r ftharunAddrse Write PUinl For Sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky r JUST OUT lI I Every mini is entitled to a square deal PKKSIDENT KOOSKVKITMy Own Story I By Caleb PowersThis hook is a calm dispassionate account from the standpoint of the nun most interested of the conditions in Kentucky lending to the assassination of William Goebeland of Powers indictment and conviction on the charge of complicity in his murder It covers his youth in the mountains of Kentucky the conventions of 18SW the election the shooting of GoeboJ the arrest the three trials and the prison life For dramatic situations human interest and political importance the case of Caleb Powers is unequaled Many Illustrations from Photographs of Actual Scenes Connected with the TroltcdyI Imo Cloth Ornamental Cover At All Booksellers ifllBO PoMtpiilcl from PuljHHiierH hilt POWERS HAS A SUBSTANTIAL CASH INTEREST IN EVERY COPY SOLD OF MY OWN STORY I The BobbsMerrill Co Publishers Indianapolis Clarence Keown Local Agent Hartford Ky OUR CLUBBING RATES TIIK IlKiUWicAX and Ixniisvillo Humld125TIIK UKPUHMOAX and Louisville Daily Herald 200 Iii1s 1bluJIIw told CourierJournal 150 TIIK IlKrinutAN and St Louis GloboDoinocrat 175 TIIK RKPUHMCAX and Homo and Farm 125 TIIK RKPUIIIICAX and Lippcncotts and Cosmoplitan 325 Tin liKiUitucAN andTwiconWoikOwonaboroInquirer 175 Tun ItKiPMKAX and Daily Ovvensboro Iuquirmoooo 370 rUE RKitiiutAN and TviceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 tr W WJf FREE TUITIONi Two Weeks Free Tuition in th- eOwensboroBusinessUniversit y Individual instructions from a large and competent faculty Every Graduate se cures employment Free membership in the Y M C A gymnasium and library Write for full information A M FISHER Pres a bb n 1n 0 n no 11 n SMART ANGLER Invents a Unique Fishing Machine and Hooks Ninety PoundersI ltvnrur l MlnnlCnr rblrauo ChronlrloJ The queerest fishing ever done in this world Is that which Trevor Mat land a young farmer of this county does in the deep water of Lake Bar ilund near his farm The lake is very deep more than tJOO fret in many places and it is inhabited by many gigantic fishes that make their home in the deepest water far out of reach of ordinary hooks and lines v Maitlands scheme is as follews Having once about two years ago caught one of the kind of fish that live in deep water he fastened to it 4 a patent contrivance consisting of a small brass tube into which is forced at a very greatpressure common illuminating gas Fastened to this is a strong rubber bag about as large as a keg and inclosed in another tube A short cord with a hook and t illuminated bait on it are fasteded to the second tube the one contain ing the compressed rubber bag and the fish with these appliances attached is let loose in the lake It lives at once to the bottom and I I probably swims about there Some one of the great fish down below attracted by the illuminated bait and bites at it This jerks the tube off the rubber bag and at the same time releases the compressed I 6 kcenexirzti x f5t ov gas which fills the bag and cause it to lift up with a force of about 70 pounds This is too much for the fish mid soon brings them to the top I where they flounder about till both are tired out and easily captured the hunter fish being carefully put away in his vat for use some other day and the other one used for the tableThe fish caught in this mann er average about 90 pounds in weight and are of remarkable fine flavor Sometimes the hunter fish remains down at the bottom of the lake for over a day before a capture is made and comes up half a mile from the place where he went down- NOTICC Orders Ohio County Court E E Rhoads c For Judgment and Order Local option election tnaville precinctIt that on the first day of May being a regular term of this court the petitioners greater in number than 25 per cent of the le gal voters in tnaville voting precinct at the last generalelection filed their petition herein asking that I an elelection be ordered in the said tnaville voting precinct to take I the sense othe voters of said pre cinct upon the question whether or not spirituousvinous or malt liquorSI shall be sold bartered or trafficked in within said precinct and whether or not the law now in force t therein regarding the sale of such liquors shall become inoperativeand it appearing to the satisfaction of I the court that the persons whose names are attached to said petition signed the same and that each of said persons is a legal voter in said precinct that the said petitioner have this day deposited with the court the sum of 1000 an amount sufficient to defray the expenses oi said election it is therefore ordered and adjudged that an election be held in Etimville voting precinct in Ohjo county Kentucky on the 6th day of July 1905 for the purpose oi taking the sense of the legal voters of said precinct upon the question whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned or trafficked in within the said JEtnaville voting precinct and whether or not the laws now in force regarding the sale of such liquors shall become inoperative The Sheriff of Ohio county is di rected to cause to be opened a poll at the voting place in said precinct on said date for the purpose of holding said election and shall cause this order to be published in some news paper having a general circulation in Ohio county for at least two weeks a just prior to the date for holding said election The Clerk of this court is ordered and directed to prepare pollbooks and ballots foi use in said election as required by law and to perform such other du ties as the law requires in such spe cial elections- It is further adjudged that a spe cial registration be held in the town of Deantield within said voting precinct on the 28th day of June 1905 for the purpose of registering such voters who are entitled to vote in saidelection and who are not now registered The officers who shall be appointed to conduct said election will also be at the voting place in said town of Deanfield on the 28th day of June as aforesaid qualified and prepared to conduct said regis tration and this cause is continued- A copy attest M S RAGLAND Clerk By U G RAGLAND D C Pursuant to the foregoing order and judgment of the Ohio County Court I will on Thursday July 6 1905 cause a poll to be opened as and in the manner required by law at the voting place in rEtnaville vot ing precinct Ohio countyKentucky to take the sense of the legal voters of said precinct qualified to vote for county officers upon the proposition Whether or not spiritous vinous or malt liquors shall be be sold bar tered loaned or trafficked in in the said JEtnaville precinctOhio county Kentucky Given under my hand as Sheriff of Ohio county Kentucky this the 15th day of Juno 1905 CAL P KEOWNIS 0 C The Chllrdena Favorite For CoughsCroupWhooping Cough etc One Minute Cough Cure is the childrens favorite This is because it contains no opiate is perfectly harmless tastes good and cures Sold by Z Wayne Griffin S Bro m Just Resentment You say your beard began to I grow when you were 1C remarked the visitor at the dime museum I May I ask how long it has taken you to bring it to its present magnificent proportionsSir the Bearded Lady justly incensed you are the first man that has even dared to ask my age READ THIS Louisville Ky June 13 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis o Dear Sir I have suffered three years from kidney and bladder troubles and onehalf bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Discovery has cured me and I can cheerfully recommend it Yours very respectfully J N ROBERTS J819 Maple St A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid ney and bladder toubles removes gravelcures diabetes seminal emis sion weak and lame backs rheuma tisin and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottler two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above- mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer Ip 0 box 629 office 2931 Olive Street St Louis o CATCHING WHALES IN NETS I I There Days After the Catch Memorial Services are Held Whales are captured in nets by the Japanese The whalers put offI from the shore as quietly as possibl and when they come within the proper distance of their objectiv the boats which have hitherto worked in couples separate and dropping their nets as they go work round to the rear and flanks of their expected kill The nets are made in large squares each side being about 40 feet long One net is composed six squares in line and the square are fastened to each other tightly When all is ready the boats wide have worked round to the rear of the whale then commence to driv him gently toward the net Mov ing along lazily at first the whale soon realizes that something unto ward is happening and hurrying forward dashes onto one of the nets This is the critical momen and when the fishermen see that the whale is well in the center of one of the squares they raise a great shou and charge in upon him When the whale is about spent a man chosen for his strength activity pluck coolness and general fitness for his work then leapsupon his bad and with a great triangularshapec knife proceeds to cut two grea gashes in his body just back of his head Through the underlying blubber and these two gashes he passes a rope and knotting it makes a loop of it He then repeat the same operation as for back on his body as he can When the fight has been completely knocked out of the whale boatsrange alongside of him and by the help of the loop already mentioned the haples cetacean is slung between them in such a manner as to minimize the danger of his carcasss sinking Then the boats from in procession and making for the shor then commences the most curious part of the whole affair Thewhalers with real fervor and in the most solemn manner possible begin a chanting prayer for the ease of the departing spirit by calling out Joraku Joraku Jorakul in low deep tones Upon the third day after the kill a memorial service is held in the vllage temple and prayers areoffered foi the repose of the dead whales soul CASTO XII Bsari toe- Signature Always Bond ctliHof uSunflower Philosophy AUbliion KHD lilobv Every good husband is henpecked Tha s all there is to it How many men work too hard How many do you know Once in a while you see a wojnai who looks better when she is cress than when she smiles To the children Eat your rice vithout complaint little dears Thats what made Togo a greal man ITh average wife is more afraid a chours girl getting her husband than she is of death getting him In the average family the grocery question comes up three times a day md the dry goods question once a layWe confess that the only time we feel like enlisting in corset crusade is when we see one hanging over a hair When an economical man suffers a 110 loss he cuts off expenditures reaching to 55 before he feels right about it The biggest job we know any thing about is to entertain peo pie People who visit at our I house must entertain themselves How often do you know you are right and yet the man you are arI suing with is convinced you are not And he hah convinces you that you are wrong Dogs Always Honest i llouti n IontJ There is one peculiar thing about dogs remarked a wellknown local fancier and huntsman and that is you never saw one pant and wag hi tail lithe same time A dog is no capable of a double emotion H cant growl and wag his tail at th same timefor it is impossible fo him to be mad at one end and glad at the other If a dog is glad to see hit matte CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Couch Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by drugelt STRONG AgainIs Stovallof TtltonGa said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hundred other weak women being restored II perfect health by this remedy YOU may well you will take Indigestion causei nearly the sick ness that women have deprives the system nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs digest and assimilate all the whole some food that may be eaten nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risinis belchln heartburn nd allstcmach disorders Digests What You Eat Dollu kttt k Ui H I urn ran at tbtrial Sr 10 ill k I of are to if be it all It of to to of It rnta t u LM tktyILODRItta Gold bjr Z WAYNE UKI TIN he will bark and wag his tail If he wants to get into the house he wil paw at the door whine and wag his tail but they are all symptoms of one and the same emotion But if his master opens the door he wil cease to show anxiety immediately by whining and will show pleasure by the wagging of his tail In order to get a mans temper one must watch his eyes but for a dogs you have to watch his tail The dog is likewise incapable of de celt and hence he is nothing of a politician He deceives no one not even his master If he is overjoyed every emotion is indicative of that fact and his whole makeup give ample testimony to it If he is dis displersedor angered it is the same wayHis oneness and fidelity under all circumstances simply make him ut terly incapable of baseness and loyal tyjsimultaneously in appearance If he loves you he loves you and every thing about him indicates it but if hates you he shows it from the head to the tail 67t1t3TORI9Bent theTM Kind You Mao Ala s Sap Afgnatare 14IJPof The Royal Road to Learning FreddyWhats an honary degree dad- JohnsonThats a title a college confers on a man who would never be able to get it if he had to pass an examination Dangers of Traveling One of the best stories told about Artemus Ward concerns a journey whick the humorist took on a little onehorse railroad line in the Middle West After the train had crept from station fo station at a snails pace for half a day Ward beckoned to the conductor as he passed through the car Say conductor he drawled do you mind if I give you a little adviceWell what is it asked the conductor gruffly Seems to me continued Ward it would be safer to take the cow- catcheri off the engine and hitch il the end of the rear car Ito What for demanded the con ductor overIthere from coming into the car and biting the passengers I r lAyers Pills IWant your moustache or beard- abeautlfnlbrownorrlchblackUse 4e 9 Cumberland TELEPHONE AND Telegraph Con rporntnl i nothing the matter with IThere8 I have the Cumber in my tesidetLc and place ol business My buRint s i has increased and my wifes voice id lever heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition A E PATH Manr Ohio CountyC- lrfultCoottTFBlrkhead Judge lien 1 UlnKO Attorney TII lllnck Jailer Kd U lIurrnxH Clerk Frank IoUs Slater Com ml ilunerY L Moieley Trustee Jury FundtM P Keuirn Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sheriff C Keown Clarence Hiown Jo II Robert Ham K own JtVConrtronTenetflratMoo day In March and August and continues three weeksnnd third Monday In May and November two weeks County CourtJ 1 Miller Judge M S Slag nndCIerk W H llarnei Attorney Hertford tTCoart convened Brit Monday In each mouth Quarterly Court Ileglnt on the third Monday In April July October and January Court of Claim Conrene first Monday In Jai nary Tnxday alter eecond Monday In October Other OlllcenoJII Wood Surveyor Ceralro Frank Lowe Asuesior Deda James DeWeeet School Superintendent Hartford Den L Davis Coroner Sulphur Springe Turtle CourtII F Hudson Dearer Dam February 16 May 18 August 31 November 30 JeoW Martin Balietown February 12 May 14 Angnit 20 November 12 JnoMOrahara Narrows February 28Maj 2 AUfrnit 29 November IS T A Evans Fordsvllle January IS May 7 August 27 November 5 J A Web llnfordFebruary 7 May 9 Aug ut 12 November 7- VA Rone Centertown February I May 11 August 24 November P DJ WIlcox Itorkport February 20 May C August 25 November 14 Hartford relic Court Jno U Wilson Judge C K Smith City At tonic H r Barnett Marshal Court con veneo second Monday Ineachmon- tbRztetou e S rvlcM E Church South Services third Sunday each month at 11 srnand rpmaadsecond Sunday at 7 p m Prayer meetlngevery Wednes day evening flay WTJMIIIer Pastor Baptist Church Services neld Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Itev311 tlnrneit pastor C P Church Services first Sunday In each month at 11 am and 7 pm Rev J D liar ned pastor School Trustee Hartford Jas P Miller J Glenn 8 T Steven U M Hocker J U B Car son Jon C Itlley City Council Rowan Holbrook Mayor R A Anderson Clerk IJrM J Wedding W 8 Tins eyACTaylor MSlfeavrluT J Morton Councilmen Socxot Socl tl A 0 U W meets lint and third Friday nights In each month Hartford LodgeNo676 FA AMasonelntM- onday night In each month s Hartford Tent No W Knights of the Maces bee every Thursday night Rough River LodgeNo 110 Knlghtsof Pythl meets svery Tuesday night Preston Morton Post 004 0 L R hold regular meetings Saturdaybeforefirst Sunday In earh month EVERYBODY o MAKia tea CLOTHU WHITULIltOW A QUART FOR Jc FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS rbe American Pharmacal Co EvanivllleIjd Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON- MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping and fret reclining chair carl IIomeftooHer Excursions first and third Tuesdays or each month Cscriptlvlltorature maps pamphlets Solders etc on application I H C TOWNSEND i Otnlfarwltkt Jr MUM II TO tnnli1r MATTHEWSI Act directly on the They biliousness cure liverISold for 60 years BUCKINGHAMS DYE rirrr en or cicaaurs ea B r aiu Co mud x u r A AAAAAAA4AAA AAAAAAAAAAA44d 41 We Wajit to See You u 1 Well TI eat You Right U- 4i 41 III 9 4 We know you dont like to be pulled and hauled t1 4all over a store passed through a gauntlet of clerks t finally turned over to the proprietor simply be 4- bs cause you dont find exactly what you want and 4 you dont want some little whippersnnppor of a 9 i 4 clerk to insist upon you taking what you dont want i 4You have doubtless been through this ordeal anti 5p Jj vowed that you would never go into that stOle b1 = again Youre right You dont have to 9 4R 9 4 illeritable Merchandise 9 = Merchandise should be sold on its merits We 4havlt this kindthe kind that we are willing to back 9 44up Now if you need Dress Goods Clothing Shoes i Hats Notions Ribbons Millinery Goods Furniture i iftQ Ik 4or Groceries come direct to headquarter where you 4will get the right goods at the correct price We i J 44 stand behind everything we sellthat is we make j J ft 4it come up to the standard All goods delivered free jj- 2o inside of city limits bit 41 4 b- N tRGive Us a TrialS fi 4Dont think that we havent got what you want 1 Ii but come and see Ninetynine cases out of a hun i t 44dre1 you will find just what you are looking for at jj jjij our store Anyhow we are confident that we can g 4 j come neater than any other store of supplying your i i 4needy and in the most satisfactory manner Try us J 41 and be convinced We also want your Hams Lard j Bacon Feathers Eggs and Chickens for which we jj 4pity the highest market prices Como to see us jjj 41 Youre always welcome i 4 91 41 Carson Sc Co+ 4 i4t1NCORPOBATED 41Hartford Kentucky bf 4 9- AyvYMYrrrtirrrl rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr i1 Hartford Republican I FRIDAY JUNE 10 THE LATEST NEWSI Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBrief Items The annua encampment of the Kentucky State Guard will be hell August The point at which the camp will be held will hf selected wi thin the next few days ExGov Taylor cf Tennessee has announced himself as a candidate for lTnited States Senator to succeed Carmack He says he believes he is the choice of the peopled Tennessee and proposes to fird nut Mrs James B Marcuni who has returned to Winchester from Jack ton says the HarRises Ed Callahan and B F French charged with the murder of her husband have not been incarcerated a minute since their return to Jackson but that Rude Cottonga e who was a witness t against the Hargisesin the trial of the damage suit was thrown into jail 1111 his return on a minor charge and the bond he offered was refused Y President Rnoevelt ha+ seureda mutual agreement from Russia and Japan to discuss the question of peace While the te f the jffieial notes re ceived is not niiile public it is stated I hat the preliminary negotiations ate proceeding smoothly It is understood that Washr s not con sic ered favorable v c or belliger ent as a place of metrng It is be I willjIon this point I In Memory asleepMurchand 25 days She was one of those lovable creatures that makes this world brighter because of her life To know her was to love her Weep not loved ones dear she has gone to rest her troubles are oer She is free from her sorrows and care patientlyboreFarewell loved ones dear a- Im not dead but sleeping here Mv end you know my grave you see Prepare yourself to follow me ONE THAT LOVED HER Mass Convention at Sulpbur Springs The Republican voters of Sulphur Springs Magisterial District met at Sulphur Springs June 3 for the pur pose of nominating Magistrate andI Constable and were called to order by District Chairman J A Duff he being made Chairman of the conven tion and Willie Lewellen Secretary A motion was made to appoint a committee on rules of older carried and S C Babbitt Q B Wallace and J D Johnson were appointed to re port at once The following rules were reported Your committee on rules begs leave to submit the following report Rule IVoting to nominate can didates for Justice shall be by secret ballotslip disposed with secretary Rule 2The candidate receiving a majority of all the votes cast shall a be tie nominee of this convention Rule 3If no candidate shall re ceive a majority of all the votes cast at the first ballot then the candidate l receiving the lowest number of votes shall be dropped and the vote shall be taken for the remaining can didates shall receive a majority of all the votes cast shall be declar ed the nominee Rule IThe chair shall appoint a ommcommittee one recommeded by each candidate who sliall count the ballots cast and report tcf the Secretary who shall announce the resultThis Jrd day of June ll 03 in the county of Ohio and State of Ron tucky c S C BAHIHTT j J D JOHNSTON Com J B WITMlUIWhich resolutions were adopted Voting was done hsecret ballot and S C Babbitt Bird Wallace and J D Johnston were appointed to see that the voting and counting was done right The votes as counted were as fol lows W S Dean 77 T F John ston 44 J M Graham 28 showing a majority of 5 votes for Mr Dean Mr Dean was called on for a short talkwhich he gave without hesita tion and the few pleasant words spoken by him together with the broad smileswhich were severalsizes larger than his face showe apprecia tion of the high compliment paid himThen nomination for Constable were called for and Walter Midkiff and Van Bratcher were placed before the convention Midkiff being nomi nated by a large majority I Much enthusiasm was shown in the race for nomination of Magistrate yet the best of feelings prevailed and every one present seemed to en joy the proceedings very muchIJ A Olin Chairman WILLIE LEWEUEN Secretary SMALUJOUS June 10 Bobert Hunter and son Eddie went to Utica Thursday and spent several days the guests of J S Trunnell and family Willie Blair Buford was the guest of Robert Hunter and family recently I C 0 Hunter and sister Miss Lej lia went to Centertown Friday Owen Hunter went to Echols SatI urday he was accompanied as far as I Ceralvo with by his cousin Miss Ethel Hunter who spent the day with her aunt Mrs P L Wood 11 D Maddox will visit friends at Leitchfield today and tomorrow He was accompanied far as Rock port by his sister Miss Oma who will be the guest of Miss Mabelle Maddox until the return of her brother from Leitchfield Mrs Robert Hunter has two ducks among a number of fourteen which are great curiosities to allwho see them as they have a topknot on their heads like a chicken BUFORD June 11 The people are busy set ting tobacco We hada fine rain Sunday which was much needed Rev RT Bruner filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday Mrs B F Graves is visiting rela tires near Rough River locks Judge Ben Newton and wife are visiting his niece Mrs Angeline Graves of Louisville during the re unionCharley Tichenor wife and bady of Crawley La are visiting Mrs Tichenors parents J D Holbrook I nti wife They will remain until Julv 1 HI Graves S H Riley S J Hussey Owen and Charley Magan are attending the reunion at Louis a vine this week Miss Leona Hudson of Beda is visiting her sister Mrs It L Paris this week Morton Holbrook and family of Whitesville visited his parents Sat and Sunday R R Holbrook and son Robert of Owensboro visited his mother Mrs Famie Holbrook Sundayt Master Louis Riley Hartford attended church here Sunday Notice in Bankruptcy- In the District Court of the United States for the Western district of Kentucky Owensboro division In the matter of George M Maddox bankrupt On this 7th day of June A D 1905 on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the 25th day of May A D 1905 it is ordered by the court that hearing be had upon the same on the 24th day of June A D 1905 before said court at Federal Court Hall at Louisville Ky in said district at 10 oclock in the forenoon E P BarllesBrosStores Are the pride of the people The giant of the Mercan tile Arena is these stores 1 1 1 As outlittux of all elates of lieu Women turd Children thov gilt in n class to themselves hvery Uj artiiiit nl their i stnb Isihment is umlor the direct supervision of HUH firm All our Clothing is undo according to our own directions Tho models mIl patterns by whihOUI Suits ire cut are the handiwork of tlm most skillful draftsmen The materials are the products of the best stauthudnulls Every Suit ami pair of Pants sold by them isa trade winner I May they do you good in the sale of a Suit Ins yourself or your toy liens stylish Melts 2oi and hUe Mens Negli gee Shirts SOc SlOO and 150 hens stylish Neckwear 251 mid 50c Hens and Boys Straw Hats 25e HOC Too 100 and SlfiO Ill tIll newest andmost fashionable shapes for the summer liens uptodate Underwear 2tie ode Toe and 100 per garment liens stylish Half hose and Suspenders WasH Goods SectionIA superb collection of the season An exclusive lino of patterns that you wont tied anywhere else that sells on sight nt 25c ic iOe and 7e per yard Materials for both waists and lOc 12h15c an litvorahlywith White Goods per toll vinced superiority over in time county Linens oc per yawl Persian Lawns 15c to Toe per Lace Stripes Plaids mid Figures lOc to fc per I Embroideries and Inserting fc to per yard Laces oOc per yard Kemember that every day closes out patterns of exclusive stvles The sooner come the the r Silk Leather washable Milts each 15c tot J5c 50c Turnovers fc lOc line Stocks new designs each 2c r0c Umbrellas arid fansgreatest variety of beautiful 111 coverings ever each 50c 75c 125 150 500 Colors each Juno direct fanning begin Our is one of the coolest propositions you ever wont against costs less money You lay beautiful designs at at lOc 15c each the most exquisite styles 25c ajc 5Pc cue each Beayer Dam Kentucky or as near thereto as practicableand that notice thereof be published onetime in TilE HAKTFOHU KEIUULICAN newspaper printed in said district and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at said time and place andshow cause if any they have why the prayer saidpetitioner should not begrantedWitness the Honorable Walter Evans Judge of said Court and the seal thereof at Owensboro Kentucky In said district on the 7th day of June A D 1905 Ar G RONALD Clerk ByjDUDLEY LINDSEY D C ROCKPORT June 14Mr W J Mason and Miss Mary Russell were married at the residence of Rev John TCasebier Wednesday evening June 14 The was very quiet only the members of Miss Russells family and a few friends of the bride and groom being present Mr and Mrs Mason will reside in this city Mr Mason is in the employment of S M Buress Lumber Co with he a reasonable and lucrative position M iss Russell is the daugh ter Mr and Mrs Walter Russell and is an exceedingly charming and attractive young girl Three votes dry to cne wet the way that the peace loving citizens of this city knocked the saloons here Saturday The official vote was 78 dry 23 wet Burt Seibert who is here with a construction received a tele gram from Kankakee III Tuesday evening stating thathis brother had been killed the message not state how the accident occurred The Cumberland Telephone Co are making arrangements to install a telephone here This move has long been looked and will be hailed with delight by the business men and citizens of the cityThe many friends of Rev E S Pettie D D of Mayfield will be glad to learn that he will deliver a lec ture here on June 1C Though he washere but a time the time that the local option was the warmest he endeared himself to people here PRENTIS June 13 Farmers are harvesting wheat 1 Prof W S Taylor Hartford vis full wits Our line of low priced wash Ma terials at 5c 7ic and 20c per yard vary attrac tive and many compare ma terials at twice their Ieo5t Laces anti Km broider ies We might fill one whole side of thi pa OIL this line and then could not it all You have only to see this line to ho con of its any line India to I0c yard yard 120 21c to some these yeti better selection and 75c 100 125 all and The handles you saw Black 100 175 200 250 tOO 850 and 175 200 und 300 The warm days that mutt Tan stack up and you can Cc and and at 100 and 150 m n ceremony whom holds of was out crew did exchange for short during fight many busy ited his father at this place last Sat urday and Sunday Prentis has organized a string followingi 1 BurI Prof A V Leach was in Hartford Monday on business Prentis and Hickory Hill Ball teams crossed bats at Union school house last Saturday at the close of the seventh ending the scores stood h45 to 2 in favor of Prentis The Pren tis boys will challenge any nine South of the Ohio River GAS BELT EXCURSION Sunday June 18 r Big Four Route To the Indiana Gas Belt Special DepotLouisville yn tremely low round trip rates as follows Rushville 100 Knights town 100 Anderson 125 Alexandria t 125 Marion 150 Tickets on sale at City Ticket Of flee 2594th Avenue and at Depot t