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R I Imt Jartf rbatpubliftnii Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KYM FRIDAY TUNE 23 1905 No 49 I JAIL DELIVERY PLANNED By Robert Mathley Who is to 4HangJuly 7th r Woman Was to Send Condemned Man Diamond Saw C nIcealed in a Banana Hob Mathley the convicted mur derer of Owensboro who is to pay the death penalty on the gallows on the 7th day of July after every hope of executive clemency had faded from his vision and death on the twutrnld loomed up before him de viesla unique yet desperate t plan to gain his liberty by breaking I the Davie i county hostile in which he is in carcerated Mathleys plans to break jail were p discovered last Friday morning the day following that on which the Governor fixed the date of his execution His plan was to have a saw passed in the jail to him secreted in a banana to saw his way out through the cage on the second floor and to club Jailor Ashby and his us astanls with window weights if they discovered him before he made his final escape through an outside win dow His plans were divulged by G T Swift who had been in the jail with Mathley a short while and who was released the latter part of last week On his person at the time of his release he carried a letter from Math fl ley to Mollie Burns a pamour of Mathleys A day or so after his rev lease he delivered the letter to Jailer I Ashby who turned it over to the States Attorneys The letter beginsAvith n request for tools with which to effect his escape In a manner that showed considers Isle thought on the subject he min utely told the woman how to secrete a fine diamond saw in u banana This he told her to send to him as she had frequently sent him bundles and baskets of fruit He directed her how to get the saw After instructing the woman as to how to get the saw to him he told her of his plan of escape He in tender sawing the bars of his cell in two which would enable him to get 4 into the corridor Once in the cor ridor his way was clear down the stairway and to a window on the low er floor When he reached this floor he would take the weights off the windows and would use them as weapons in case of detection by the ceededlinI he would trust to his wits to dodge the officers- It is believed that Mathley had a confederate in the jail and that possibly the plan of escape was not en tirely his own There is a suspicion that this confederate is Ike Rhea who was indicted by the last grand jury for shooting at his wife with Joinlent to kill and against whom there appears to be a strong case Whether or not the discovery of the letter disclosing as it does a well laid plan of escape will have any ef fect on the proposed attempt to have Mathley adjudged insane by u jury and sent to the asylum remains to be seen I Nine to Zero Rockport Ky June 19The Old Hickory base ball team of Beaver Dam met the Rockport boys here last Saturday and had seven in nings with them which resulted A Beaver Dam a big zero and Rock port nine scores Please come back again boys and may beyou will be in better shape But dont forget that the Rockport team is made up of pumpkins enough to stay here R We solicit the challenge of any team that wants to come to Rockport and take a social game JUDGE A New Bank at Beaver Dam A new bank with a capital of 15000 has been organized at BeaVer Dam and will open its doors for business on the first day of Septem s 4 ber This new institution has behind it some of the best businessmen of the country and bids fair to to do an excellent business The officers are as follows Dr S D Taylor President M L Heavrin VicePresident W A Rone Cash ier J W Cooper Jo B Rogers J P Stevens S L Fulkerson M L Heavrin W A Rone and S DTay- tor Directors- A new brick building is in process of construction and when completed will make excellent quarters for the new business Struck by Lightning During the wind and rain storm Tuesday afternoon the lightning struck thedwelling house of MrHer bert Park of the Clear Run neighbor hood he and his wife were rendered unconcious forsometime Mr Park was the first to recover from the shock and begun at once to search for his wife whom he soon found in another room still unconcious She was soon restored to consciousness and in a short time they were all right except one of Mr Parks feet was considerably burned Strange to say their only child a four year old boy who was asleep in a cradle was unjured not even awoke The house was injured slightly A TO THE AN APPEAL No Matter How Powers Case is Decided Attorney for Both Sides Say They Will Fight the Case to the Limit Louisville KyJune21 Attorneyi for Caleb Powers will file their brief with Federal Judge A M J Cochran of the eastern district of Kentucky this week It will set forth all the reasons of the prisoner and his lawyers in support of their contention that the federal court should take jurisdiction in the case After the brief is filed Judge Cochran is expected within reasonable length of time to render his decision in the matter The present question at issue is attracting wide attention and this morning one of the attor neys for Powers explained the future legal steps contemplated If Judge Cochran decides that the federal court has no jurisdiction in the case said he we will immediately appeal from his decision to the supreme court of the United States We believe we can show clearly that the constitution has been violated and the case is clearly one within the jurisdiction of the federal court If Judge Cochran decides to take juris diction he will issue an order for the body of Caleb Powers who is now in jail at Georgetown and the prisoner will be removed to some other plate of confinement and will become a federal prisoner instead of a state prisoner In this event Powers will not be tried in the circuit court at Georgetown this summer as planned by the commonwealth- The attorney for Powers said that he had understood that the common wealths attorneys Attorney General Hays R B Franklin and Charles J Bronston were also prepared to ap peal to the supreme court of the United States if Judge Cochran de cides against them or in other words if he decides to take jurisdic tion It is also learned from other sourses that the commonwealth will resist to the last every step to remove the case from the state courts to the federal court Enter School The Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business University solicit patronage on the basis of merit This institution resorts tono questionable method to secure patronage Any one interested in taking either a Normal or Business Course shoujd write for a handsome Catalog and Illustrated Journal stating HjCh i FATAL SHOOTING I Near Petit in Sister County of Daviess Drunken Row Ends in The Fatal Wounding of Steve Clayton At an ice cream supper at the res idence of Augusta Nischan who lives near Petit in Daviess county last Saturday night a drunken row which was started by a number of the attendants resulted in Steve Clay ton being fatally wounded by a pistol shot fired by Bernard Long Clay ton was conveyed to Owensboro where he tiled at 12 oclock Monday The difficulty grew out of an old row It was free predicted by many of the neighbors of the man at whose house the ice cream supper was being had that trouble would be the outcome of the gathering It is alleged that Longapplied sev eral vile epithets to Clayton pre vious to the shooting Clayton told Long he would not allow him to curse him and started towards him it is said Long pulled a pistol from his pocket and fired one bullet at Clayton which took effect in his ab domen It is claimed that Long had been disorderly at the dance and there had been much trouble preced ing the shooting Long does not bear a very good reputation for peace Coroner Hayden held an inquest over the body of Claton Tuesday morning The verdict was that he came to his death from being shot by Barney Long Several witnesses were examined none of whom could testifiy to having seen the shot fired They stated that it was intensely dark and that Long and Clayton were grappled in such a way that it was impossible to have seen Long fire the shot They testified that two shots were fired after which the men rolled over inthe road and Clay ton wrested a pistol from Longs hands and threw it over the fence Long declared that he intended to kill Clayton Long has left the country and no trace of him has been foundalthough the officers have been making diligent inquires every since the deathof Clayton A number of cards containing a description of Long have been sent out from the office of Sheriff Short to points all over the country and it is expected that some results will be abtained in a few day- sSERIOUSLY HURT By Lightning Was Claude Myers Last Tuesday After noon Claude Myers was seriously if not fatallyinjured by a bolt of lightning during the rain and electrical storm that swept over the county last uasday afternoon He was plowing corn in a field near Mr J W Tichenors barn near Point Pleas ant and when the storm came up he drove his team into the barn for shelter He climbed into the barn loft over or near where the team was standing About the time the storm was at its worst a bolt of lightning entered the barn its main force centering on him He was rendered unconscious for quite awhile and has remained Ina semi conscious halfasleep state ever since Physicians have been in al most constant attendance upon him sinco the shock and it is reported that they entertain serious doubts as to his recovery One of the mules which Mr Myers had driven into the barn was killed instantly while the other beside it was uninjured ca 10DoA30r ttliiiKind You Have Atari Bonet Illazten JJo- rrhrl1 TTHAVE r I Backache the First Symptom of Kidney Trouble Peruna Is Invaluable in Such Cases Prominent Persons Vlto Have Been Cured aMN MLNV anlelil indwell supervisor Notary 1ubllo and a member of I O O ItiO Peart street Buffalo XY write laving used Peruna for a shor time I desire to write you os to my present condition When 1 obtained Peruna I was suffering from chronic Indigestion and kidney and bladder trouble It seemed to help the circulation at once My digestion Is now perfect and my kidneys and bladder do not trouble me In any way In fact I give Peruna the entire credit Hoping that your remedy will reach all sufferers Sin a similar case and thanking you I remain i Daniel D lildwcll XIJ Dangerous Kidney Diseases Cured At the appearance of the first symp torn of kidney trouble Peruna should betaken ThU remedy striken at once the very root of the disease It at once relieves the catarrhal kid neys of the stagnant blood and prevents the cicapo of serum from the blood Peruna stimulates the kidneys to excrete from the blood the accumulat ing poison and thus prevents the con vulsions which are sure to follow if the poisons are allowed to remain It give great vigor to the hearts action and digestive system both of which are apt to fall rapidly In this diseasePeruna cures catarrh of the kidneys imply because It cures catarrh wher ever located DEPOT BURKED Lightning Destroys the Liver more Railroad Depot People Turned Out But Could do Nothing Except Watch it Burn Livermore Ky June 19The Louisville and Nashville railroad depot at this place was struck and set on tire by lightning Sunday morning About five oclock during the heavy rainstorm lightning struck the cor ner of the office and immediately the whole building was in a live bla ze and continued to burn furiously re gardless of the heavy downpour of rain It had such headway at the very beginning that it was impossible to extinguish it A large crowd gathered but as they could do noth ing they stood under a store porch and watched it burn There were several barrels of oil tar etc under it and when the fire burned through the floor and reached this it made a very large and hot blaze but as there were no other buildings near and everything being soaking wet there was no danger of it spreading Nothing was saved except what few papers that were in the safe and it is not kriqwn whether they are all in tact or not as the safe cannot be opened There was about 125 or 150jworth of freight and expressage destroyed for which the company is responsible The building was valued at about 1800 or 2000 Officials of the road were notified 1 i 1 i I Count Alfonso d Aljorcs of 287 Plaza f del Torro Buenos Ayres South America LIZwhile visiting in Chicago wrote from 217 Cleveland avenue that city as follows VI I used Pcruna a short time ago to build up my system which was all run down from overwork lun j worry and a cold which had settled In my back and kidneys causing mo serious annoyance and trouble When I returned home from work at night I woe so exhausted and worn out together with the pain In my back that I felt I woflldnever be able to take up the burden of life again in the morning but when morning came Ij would get out somehow This dragging through life con tinned for a couple of months when I decided I would ti A remedy that take Peruna curie all the ca lam glad to state that I found It Just the medicine for tarrhal derange me In a couple of months iwtsrestoredto perfect J ment of the kid health and strength and my work was no longer a g neys should cer burden I therefore endorse your medicine as worthy tainly be consid of the confidence of the lcJcAlfonso d Aljorcs j ered a household necessity Peruna Is such a remedy A Prominent Merchant Restored to Health By Peruna Mr John Nlmmo 215 Llpplncott St Toronto Can a prominent merchant of that city and also a member of the Masonic Order writes I have been In poorhealth generally for overfouryears When caught a bad cold last winter It settled In the bladder and kidneys causing serious trouble I took two greatly advertised kidney remedies without getting the desired results Peruna is the only remedy which waa really of any benefit to me ItI and came over on the morning train They immediately rented I the storehouse of T M Mortons on the opposite corner of the street j and began fixing telegraph instru i meats and before the evening train came over the agent W T Geary was installed in the temporary office It is understood that the company will begin building another depot on the same spot in a short while but it will not be completed under three months It will be about the same size as the old one Until the new depot is completed the storehouse will serve as office for the company Railroad Outlook The outlook for a railroad from Point Pleasant to Fordsville or Cloverport is still very good but there is yet work for every one who is in favpr of the road to do A good portion of the right of way lifts been procured but much is yet to be obtainedThe submitted by the company to Ohio county people is unalterable They propose to build the road standard gauge steam railroad if we people in Ohio county will furnish the road bed and do nate 25000 There is no altera tion in the proposition if we fail on our part the opportunity of a life time to have a railroad through the interior of Ohio county will be lost In other words it is up to Ohio coun ty people If we want a railroad bad enough to put forth the proper effort we can get it otherwise it is lost Come what shall we do If built our county will blossom like a rose DeWitt Mali t Salve For PHeSf infra fens 5 T South American A ICured by Peruna seemed to act in perfect harmony with the system eliminating the poisons stopping the ravages of the disease and gradually restoring me to health and strength Wo have on file many thousand tes timonials like the ones given here We can only give our readers a slight glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited endorsements we are receiving every month No other physician in the world has received such a volume of enthusiastic letters of thanks aft Dr Hartman fur Pernna All correspondence held Jtrlctlj con ttdvntial ASSAILANTS PISTOL USED Henry Brown Kills Dave Patton at Bevier Fires Three Bul lets Into His Head Wresting a pistol from his antag = onists hand Henry Brown shot and instantly killed Dave Patton at Be vier three miles from Central City at 4 oclock last Saturday afternoon The shooting occurred at Browns homeThe difficulty between the men grew out of a childrens quarrel The children of the two families had a difficulty which was taken up by the parents Patton with a pistol went to Browns house In the scuffle whichensued Brown twisted the pis tol from Pattons hand and leveling it on himshot him through the head He then fired two more bullets in his head His death was instantaneous Brown is about fifty years old while his victim was about forty Both have families The coroner held an inquest over the bpdy of Patton The verdict was that Pat ton came to his death at the hands of Brown but did not spy that the shooting was in self defense it License to Wed The folliwing permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last report J W Thomas Rosine age 3H years to Manerva Johnson Rosine ago 19 years William E Travis Ow ensboro age 23 years to Flora Brun ton Beaver Dam age 18 years 0 L Smiley Matanzas age 23 years a to Willie Barrett Matunzas age 1 22 years v Gcl y1I f r TOO ACTIVE IN POLITICS Dr Milton Boards Record Discussed By Blackburn Prediction that John W Yerke Would Be the Next Gov ernor of Kentucky tlrnrktnrlilao N J Senator Blackburn spoke at Hop kinsville last week in the interest of his candidacy for the United State SenateAfter a brief discussion of nation al issues mostly concerning trusts with particular reference to the operations of the tobacco combine in this region and praise and en couragement for the Dark Distric Planters Protective association in its fight for better prices he turned his attention to the State admin istration branding it as a political machine that had declared his doon and decreed his destruction refus ing him a square deal and leaving m stone unturned to accomplish his de feat because he had refused to wear its collar and be a party to its infa mous transactions He claimed that the administration offered him his nomination by acclamation ifhi 1 would promise to attend solely to national policies and leave State matters to the machine Ht charged Dr Milton Board superin tend of the Western Kentucky asy lum for the insane with pernicious political activity and said Dr Board must have the executive capacity oJ a first Napoleon to he able to properly conduct an asylum with nine hundred or a thousand unfortunate patients and still devote a half or threefourths of his time to politics as a member of the State Central Committee State Campaign Com mittee and machine agent for all f Western and Southern Kentucky He concluded his speech by predicting that John W Yerkes would be the next Republican candidate for Governor and that the State would maIchineState ticket nominated by the peo pIe themselves Politeness Being rorpotten In breaking ik vr the harriers be tween the sexes the woman are be ginning to practice toward men the same impoliteness that they formerly reserved for each other Men no longer as a rule give up their seats in street rats to women because they have been taJirht by painful experience that the women its a class no longer appreciate the courtesy In doing so they are rarely rewarded with even a glance and almost never with a word of thanks The nvi who lifts his hat when he offers iU pat is often frozsr with a stare which implies a doubt as to hN san ifyor his motives The time may yet come when the mat who lifts his ha to a woman except upon u so icty dress parade will toe regarded ith IMntempt fr his metal soft aezs Queer Happy Families rhliuini NV nstances of ts ante friendships VtwciTi various animal are com mon Many cases are known in vhich a cat und a hen have raised their respective families in the same nest An English agriculturist last fall jMJsse ed one of the strangest of these happy families The elder Member of this jrroup was a ferrett I inii the junior member w s a young rnhiiit The matron had eaten her OAK family but given the rabbit tVr food adopted and nursed it In Inther household it l related that t hi cat already havimr a family of imc was not atoned with here iiiolherly duties Si she went into the ItIt I und uaugtir a+ many rahI liandi r rirv them with the 5s i Ions attain in a certain iKtne there i IIa cat and a dlr on the usual t rs nf enmity Tie cat had kit i which were taken from her 1wd and buried The niiUKr mourn fL vouW bereavedI anti became a sort of htlf her owr iea elf Her ruiuy the terrier erased to annoy nir began tenderly shepherd her tout dropped iiir Iii fool in her H and played altIt her as if hen tld joke her ki to happiness t vHs in vain n the dog was ni ed for some berHe came bath eventually I r bounding with pleasure Upon the hearth rug before the cat he depos ited a furry something retreated returned with something else and again went out to come back with It similar burden They were the deadandburied kittens which he had discovered and resurrected Household Hints Tea leaves moistened with vinegar will remove the discoloration in glass caused by flowers I Piece of sponge packed into ii mouse hole will induce the rodents to permanently vacate a house Once a week every pipe and drain in the house should be flushed with copperas solution to remove nil odors and sediment Until the plumber can come U leak can be temporarily stopped with a mixture of yellow soap whiting and a very little water An old tin teakettle with the bottom cut out makes an excellent covet to place over irons heating on gas 01 gasoline stoves Soap bark jelly is the best all round cleansing agent that n woman car keep on hand It may be prepared by putting a handful of soap bark in aquart of boiling water ami letting it cool ENTIRELY HARMLESS SoCalled Cabbage Worm Well Meaning Reptile The Department of Agriculture has just issued an interesting bulle tin which explodes the story that cabbage snake worms or hair worms are poisonous and when eat en in cooked cabbage are the cause to death The cabbage snake horror was in manny respects like the kiss ing bug craze It originated in the fall of 1903 by the discovery of the socalled cabbage snake and species of hairworm in the heads of cab page in Tennessee South Carolina and Louisiana Rumors of persons being poisoned by eating cabbage af fected by this hair worm were mag nified by the yellow journals until a genuine scare pervaded the ranks of cabbageeaters all over the country Fed by erroneous reports evidently incited in many cases by unscru pulous persons the scare soon became widespread causing general fear of poisoning The Department of Agriculture after a long series of experiments in feeding the cabbage snake raw and cooled to ralibits guinea pigs and other animals and in injecting the juice of the worms hypodermically declares that none of the reports has any foundation in fact and that the worms are perfectly harmeless The lengthof the cabbage snake the department says varies from two to nine inches instead of nine feet as some of the sensational newspaper have reported CEa9TORIliBun theTll Kind You Nara Awas Boultp Btgntttri 111-IQ The Busy Farmers Wife The farmers wife hasnt gut a thing to do nowdays but watch the setting hens hover about the little chicks milk the cows attend to the milk churn butter feed the pigs look after the young calves watch baby carry the water make the garden do the cooking baking scrubbing clean the house make the beds wash and iron the clothes and a few other little things Her days are one long sweet song in the spring and summer time and when the sun goes down site has a few chores to do just enough to keep her mind occupied until about I oclock when she can go to bed feel ing refreshed and frisky In the morning she is awakened early by the victorious screech of a rooster loUt in the garden inviting all his female friends to come in and have i nip A pleasant sound one that brings a smile to her lips and a twin Isle in her eyeabernitAn It is easy to tell a pessimist said the than who assumes profound knowledge HowAs as he picks up the paper le looks for the weather news And What Did he Do If I should kiss you would you scream There are some problems that man has to solve for himself by experience or otherwise BOSTON GENIUS Placed Live Wire on Back Fence and Cats Had a Surprise I olNow nrNdl Detective Charlie Newell of tin East Dedham Street Police Station his solved the three weeks myserj of the Jungle as the South End district has come to be known because of the numerous experience the olllcers have had with creatures such as swarms of bees boars roc coons opossums and cows For nearly a month people have poured into the station with com plaints for Captain OLalor whom they begged to rid the district of some beast that had disturbed their slumbers Policemen have worked day and night in search for the prowler which utteredshrill screams Finally the cause of the disturbance vas found in an alley extending between the rear of the houses which line Pembroke and West Newton streets People living there noticed that the cats walked along the fences stopped suddenly screamed and toppled over as if reIIcoverly decided that the screams of these afflicted cats were the horrible noises which had terrified the neighbor hoodCaptain OLalor next received the complaints of those who sympathizedwith the suffering kit ties declaring the animals were be ing mercilessly tortured Yesterday Detective Newell dig ging about in the alley in the rearof the houses at 130 Pembroke and 149 I West Newton streets discovered a very fine and innocent appearing copper wire He traced it and found one end was attached to an underground conduit and it extended along UN top fence rails on either side of the alley It was bared to the fotsiesof the kitties which perambulated along the fence rails and sang midnight serenades When they stepped on the wire their songs ended with a wild scream and i they fell to the ground as if dead i Newell tore up the wire It was believed the man who in vented and rigged this must be an electrician contrivancej lice declare that he is midjnightEternal Feminine Mr Cuniso I have often wonder ed whether in the event of woman being granted suffrage they wouldI wear the party yoke as as menMrs Speechem You may be sure they wouldnt if yokes were not in st leIChicken A reader asks how to rid little I clicks of mites and also how to rid th a coops and houses of then The fu mel is very easy but one who un dcrtakes the latter especially after tnu mites have gained a foothold will find himself facing a very difficult undertaking Of course it Is f useless to rid the chicks or for that matter the old hens unless we the house and coops first and freeI this successfully a determined must he taken No halfway work will answer Begin first by removing every chick and fowl to another yard where they must remain until the task is done Clean out the litter old nests and rubbish of every kind and burn it Then with scalding hot water drench the walls ceiling roofs and ground and if possible repeat this again the next day WhiteIwaHh reachIesoil on the roosts nests and dropping boards and sprinkle lime over the groundIn I days spray coal oilagain over the roosts and boxes and if there is any sign of mites whitewash the walls as before During the time we are doing this work the chickens should be looked after If any are still following the mothers soak a few leaves of tobacco in lard or drippings and grease the hens on top of head under wings and under tail and this will not only rid the hen of them but the chicksin nettling under her will also become covered with grease which instantly destroyed every mite Those hens which have no chicks may be treated likewise but a thorough dvsting of Persian insect powder will answer just as well Watch the house all the time and do not let the mites get a start It is easy to prevent their appearance but flillicult to get ridof them I Editing a Newspaper Editing a newspaper is a nice i thing If we publish jokes people say we are rattle brained If we dont we are fossils If we publish original matter they say we dont give them enough selections If we give them selections they say we are too lazy to write If we dont go to church we art heathens If we do go we are hypocrits If we remain at the office we ought to be out looking for news items If we go out then we are not attending to business If we wear old clothes they laugh at us If we wear good clothes they say we have a pull Now what are we to do Just as likely as not some one will say we stole this from an exchange So we did OATCtRXABean tkeiN Kiitf You Haw Almrs Bntfit Signatu Yd 1Edit Resolve- A Michigan editor grew tiredof wielding the whitewash brush in the matter of obituaries decides to reform and tell the truth just once theIDied aped 57 years six months and twelve days Deceased was a mild mannered pirate with a mouth of whiskey and an eye for boodle He came here in the night with an other mans wife and joined the church at the first chance He owed us seven dollars on the paper a large meat bill and you could hear him pray six blocks He died singing Jesus Paid It All and we think he was right as he never paid anything himselfIHad a Sure Thing Haskins By the way who was the best man at your wedding Willowby The parson 1 think You see it was all profits for him and no risk whatever j IIIIIII Is Than Gold Mine and a K C of Man toba claims that he is the only mar on the who is money by a fox farm vhien he IIIS on LaKe IS miles North of on the I ail road It is three years since he with a pair of silver gray foxes Now he has tl silver gray and four black fokes His farm lii acres which he is with wire 10 feet high sunk to bash ruck and water level Inside this wire are the pens where the are kept from one time This is as the will kill each other and also the young if they are not is now to 10000 on his farm and will add to the of foxes on hand He assures that his will be worth more than a gold mine on of the fact that black and silver gray fox skins are scarcer each year and he will reap the of a the same time that Mr his fox farm Louis that there was money in and a farm on Half Moon Island in the Lake of the not very far from He six of these little and as they are very he had 18 in the next year Lost year he killed 100 of the and J for the skin and this he to be able to kill 1000 Occa he has found one black which he has kept and now has quite u of the little black He asserts that his skunk farm it worth mol than Mr fox farm or a gold mine for THK iCylinder to Tho all of w It Is an of Clear Q Hglnat Loud U rivaled B A ttructlvo ININIxnNIxNxllllnnn SKUNK FARM Better Owner Reaps Fortune Tripp Atikoman American continent staking running established Clearwater Banning Canadian Northern started comprises fencing netting inclosure breeding 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more nuzzled than physicians in Philadel phia Pittsburg and in Europe 1 where he has made a change For j f 1 H2 years he has had a new set of skin each your and in some years rr lie will have two new sets Before the process of the firs shedding was complete Goodman noticed another layer of skin under the outer cuticle which began to harden a few days after the old skin bewits removed has given strips of hide to his K r acquaintances When they heard tm ftinlt he was to have another change of he was besieged with re I J 1 quests for souvenir patches The second shedding which I am undergoing he said yesterday is a I the first I have had that is not painful All I ask is relief from I t pain I have given up hope of being cured 4r The pain I suffer Is what annoys itkTA Y a sixteenyearold boy In the seven weeks since the first shedding be tgan I have lost 25 pounds I weighed 1K5 pounds and now tip th 140 I am beginning to foci i e4strong again The second change I is not weakening me half so much a the first one pIhave peeled the skin from my bodylegs and arms I am lettin- r a it harden on my hands and feet jdBefore the skin begins to harden I t suffer with a rash which is tortur fier jug itIexpect in two days time to fin t f ish the second round Mr Goodman showed two patches ii s of skin each three by four inches r I taken from the palms of his hands talthe first shedding The lines are plainly visible The skin is hard and overtrlsaystI have been offered 25 for he continued but do not iw1care to make capital out of it I fi fgive them to acquaintances I will t have these two patches made into a i i souvenir pocketbook I have quit trying to learn the cause or a cu 1e for it Every physician whom have seen admits that it puzzles thimd Goodman was born in Tilsit Prus sin Germany Jump 26 1864 He was reared across on the Russian border where his parents still live e His grandfather on his fathers sid and grandmother on his mothers sid e t are living and each is nearly 100 years old He has four brothers three of them in the United States anti one sister None of them is af fected the way he is His father is a grain merchant and welltodo- I was 8 years old when I first shed my skin he said I was taken to Koenigsberg where Dr aburok a specialist of skin diseases said he had never heard of a similar case Of all the different treatments I have undergone none Vofthem euredDr Bradford treat me 15 years ago in Philadelphia and I was in bed 26 weeks Last year Dr John Moffatt of Philadel- phiat was my attending physician He advised buttermilk and a light diet Dr Nightingale indorsed thisI advice and adds salve Usually itI takes from six to ten weeks for one Y shedding This year I will go through with two in seven weeks The skin on my feet is twice as thick as that on my hand I am sav ing it for an acquaintance who wants the patches for a wallet i Voting by Mail The Secretary of the Republican City committee of Berkley California has been besieged with inquiries from political and civic reform organization throughout the country i asking for information concerning a new scheme for conducting an election by mail The idea was giv r en a practical test recently by the Tenth Precinct Club composed of ya f rq qttC irIVtH a4 Yr A nwrtiera love starts a man or woman on the right path The right t the right time fits a mother for the orkal Motherhood in often looked forward to with ircling of great dread by most worn en At such n time when rhe In nervous yuprptlc irritable and in needof a uterine newtn Mrcngth builder Mir will find Dr Iiercea 1avorite rrocriptlcm just what U needed Here Ia medicine that has grunt the tent of a third of a century with in that time it has sold more largellban any other remedy Plit up specially for woman wcaknex c guaranteed the pro prietor not to contain a particle of alcohol which could only do harm to a sensitive pyMem The World DUnetiMiry Medical Associa Dreofeucorrhraor Hailing ofWomb All they uk Ia fair and reasonable trial of their mean of cure Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure con Hipatlon billouincm and headache sixtythree voters which chose its delegates to the municipal convention by United States mail The plan worked without a hitch and its general adoption for municipal elections is advocated in the precinc- clubs constitution Each member shall have a perma voteing number shall be secretary on the club roll Om week previous to the meeting at which the votes are to be counter according to this method the Secre copg upon Together with this matter he shall send also a stamped return envelope which shall be large enough to con tain a third envelope to be known as the ballot envelope The ballot envelope shall consist of two parts one similar to an ordinary plain en velope the other resembling a stub and containing no opening and hav ing the voting number only printed on one side with space allowed fo the members signature A line o perforations shall divide these two parts of the voting envelope in order that the stub maybe easily detached from the voting portion of the envelope In this portion of the en velope the member may return hi vote to the secretary scaled up in the return and in no case returnreenvelopes Thesecond part or stub shall be used as a safeguard in the counting of the ballots which shall be conducted as follows At the time specified for the count ing of the ballots the president shall oint a committee of three to be Thechairman of the judging com shall then designate some person- to open the return envelopes and re move the ballot envelopes one at a time The chairman of the judging committee shall then lake the ballo- envelopes thus removed and call out the voting number which ap pears on thestub part of the envelope The secretary shall then read from the club roll the name of the person having such a voting number opposite the name given by the secretary corresponding to thenumber of the stub and if the vote is not challenged the secretary will call out check and the chairman of the judging committee shall thereupon say voted When the word vot has been called out the chairman shall dispatch the stub and deposit the sealed envelope on the table within view of all present When all the return envelopes have been opened and all the ballot envelopes removed therefrom the court shall be made in the usual manner The Salve That Penetrates DeWStts Wicth Hazel Salve pene trates the pores of the skin and by its antiseptic rubifocient and heal ing influence itsubdues inflammation and cures Boils Burns Cuts Ecxema Tetter Ring Worm and all skin dis ease Aspecific for blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles The original and genuine Witch Hazle Salve is Made by E C DeWitt Co and Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro hA tba v gla p Ji + I LINCOLNS BIRTHPLACE I j The Kentucky Farm Ordered Sold t For Benefit of Creditors ltslliKlnii Irndrrj A suit involving the ownership of the farm on which Abraham Lincol was horn recently decided by Judge Junes of the LaRue Circuit Court brought out some interesting mat ter regarding the efforts to sell the place to the United States Government somepatriotic society Tht farm contains about 110 acres chief ly valuable for its association with Lincoln and consequent historic in terestThe suit grew out of the bankruptcy of Alfred W Dennett the peti tion being filed in California Den nett had been the owner 9f the Lincoln farm but had transferred i and did not include in his schedule o f assets The trustee in bankruptcy r sought to subject this farm to the claims of Dennetts creditors on the ground that the property was in legal effect held in trust The deposition of the Rev J W Bingham a Methodist minister of Crittenden county contained the interesting disclosure relatives to the effort of Dennett to dispose of the property to the Government His deposition includedcorrespondence with Dennett regdaring the mat terThe purchase of the property was made originally by Dennett with sentimentst en power of attorney by Dennett to let thefarm In December 1699 Dennett wrote to Mr Bingham We have a very strong argument for a Soldiers Home at the birth place Its location there would still further heal the sectional prejudice between the North and the South If Deboe h any sort of push about him he will see his opportunity for doing him self a big piece of popularity in urg ing this one If Deboedoes not hurry I will undertake to see McKinley myselfMr Dennett after seeing no prospect of selling to the Government urged its sale to the Illinois Central Railroad Company This failing t Bingf arm City Mr Crear was the of the ChristianAIissionary Allianc- and Dennett subscribed 5000 fo missioner purposes while attempt Governs was payment I subscription that the farm was deed ed to Crear who was holding it fo the Missionary Alliance Judge Jones decided that the trans fer was not valid and that the farm should be sold for the benefit of Denntts creditors Besides the Lincoln Spring Farm Dennett also owned the cabin in which Jeff Davis President of the Southern Confederacy was born sHe exhibited this at the PanAmeri can Exposition in Buffalo Furious Fighting Geothad 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 a 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 Caught 476Pound Fish A fish of the alligator type was captured near Sandy Hook south of Eads bridge in the Mississippi River late last Friday by Herman Abel of St Louis and William Lyons of Al HUIDD Back SCOTTS EMULSION wont makt a hump back ilrtight nttthtr will It make Ia amensthe short hi long bat U feeds soft bone I rickct aHconMRnpUonS SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4OMIS Pearl New Soc and root aU dnJgzlsla YorkJ I ton 111 It was weighed on the scales at the Kahlor mills and found to tip the beam ot 476 pounds It was 7J feet in length and 26 inches in diameter in its largest part Aldreman OMalley of the First Wardand a party of friends had tried to catch the fish with a hook and line so he stated for the past week Expert fishermen in the per sons of Abel and Lyons were sent for and caught it in an ordinary sized fishing net Beware of Ointments for Ca tarrh That Contain Mercury as mercury will surely distroy the senfes of smell and completely de range the whole system when enter ing 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 Halls Cataarh Cure manufactured 0tinternally 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 free Sold by Druggists Price 75c per bottle Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation m Queer Fellow I 1 never met any one so eccentric tIe says he doesnt believe theres any such thing as luck peol never any 1get so pessimistic But he says he doesnt believe theres such a thing as bad luck Torture ofa Proachor 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 1ashad to sleep sitting up in bed I tried many remedines without re lief until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which entirely cured my cough and saved me from consump tion A great cured for diseased conditions of Throat and Lungs At Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggists price 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial Bottle free m kFishyMother to her small allrmamma MotherThen how is it you are wet and smell so of fishy yoursee and the whale andwellI guess it came off on my clothes Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests all clasies of food tones and strengthens the stomach and digest ive organs Cures Dyspepsia Indig ertion Stomach Trouble and makes rich red blood health and strength Kodol Dyspepsia Cure rebuilds worn out tissues Gov G W Atkinson W Va says I have used a number of bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure effectfor stomach ailments I recommend it to my friends Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Something- He moodilyAh tell me truly is there anything that hasnt been said already on the subject of love She tlYPlobably not But Im sure very sure indeed every thing on the subject hasnt been said to me hi Mad Chase Millions rush in mad chase after health from One extreme of faddism to another when if they would eat good food and keep their bowels regular with Dr Kings New Life Pills their troubles would all pass away Prompt relief and quickcure for liver and stomach trouble 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store guaranteed m y Tell You Later Tommy Been a fishi- nJohnnyUh huh I TommyCatch anything JohnnyDunno Aint been home yet cJAsrORAHave AjrajS Boil Jleanthea p I JIinun n All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are bnfr Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health or Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoriiv is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregorse Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Ib contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhwu and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy tad natural sleep The Childrens unaccaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS A Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years Tote CCNT UX COMFANT TT MUHMr rTIIKT NCW tone Curt i 0 0 o 0 0 JHarris Positive Pile Cure t The Biggest Seller of the Age t cored without the knit UAltlllS 1OSITIVE 1ILE CUIlKKlUdolt Made only by the i Lrltchndd 1bariiiavnl Colloeol For sale by tJH WILLIAMS Hartford Ky A BUSINESSroan or ymiiij woman whit wniil lwhl succeed tu life This being conceded it is of first imnirftiice tu gel your ruining at the schools that stand in the very trout rk N E Cor Second and Walnut Sts Louisville Ky Sevei experienced teacher each one a special SHORTHAND it in hi line Write for a beautiful book giving TYPEWRI rING iMiimoniiii from graduates occupying prominent position all k ver the United HllltM twill be mailed to you FREE School open ml tint sar SlnlfiH CHU enter at any tim I EJ WRIGHT President A GOOD EYE A STEADY HAND AND A 1 Stevens RUle Pistol or Shotgun Iran tnesoer6ctulstmtedbyesarta a sunnful ekot erns time Steams erne sea Ask rourdnleraJ halo on our roods If you en not obtain them till ship esprne repaid upon fc- tIplof Irk took of ready reference sad appeals to all lover IInterested U the grand spud of thouUc Milled pause foe a fear I ruarlernel J STEVENS M5 s TOOL CO r0 Boa 4091 CHICOPEII FALLS MASS US A THl REPUBLICAN- is to do your Job in U first class manner Isonal deathj EDUCATIONI I BRYANT STRATTON Business College BOOKKEEPING forIllulllled prepared Printing I Low One Wy Colonist Rates IVlu t i Big Four Route TQ I CALIFORNIA 1 WASHINGTON OREGONIDAHO MONTANAUTAH and Intcrtnecllnto territory Ticket on Hnlo Melt I to Mny IS For full information and particu lars as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or address I the undersigned VSAIIKEN J IVtTH 01 ot T A- ClodauntObl H J OATHS General Agent loaliTlUf Ky 3Codol Dyspepsia CHT Digests that yu sate +4+++++ + +++Iii+ I FEMACURAMa- nyremfdlM for Female bteae are on tie market but th only one that i has proven to be in atmolute and ponltlr rare for all forms of Female Trouble U FiMAClMtA AnloulH trial will convince the mot pbeptleai of Ita almost ml rHcnlonii cnratlrr powrrH Made only by the IFITC1IK1BID IHARUACAL CO For Bale + Inc by t J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky- Qp4+ lt P++++4t++ i+ttib iiNiN 4 NM + My- o d4law jrt i W Hartford Republican limed bjr the Hartford InhllehlugCampnayI- RcoaPfRA k D C E8MITUoNFUor T ryarltlosa s cuznbrlorncS3RouCh FRIDAY JUNE 23 REPUBLICAN TICKET FOn nEPRESESTATlVK CHARLES C BEARD FOR COUNTY JUIHJK W B TAYLOR f FOnCOUSTV COURT CfKIIK W S TINSLEY FOIl COUNTY ATTOUSEY- K M WOODWARD FOR alt IUFF R B MARTIN Jon JAILER OSCAR MIDKIFF FOR SUIERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS i t TAMES M DEWEESE I ran ASSESSOR SAM W LEACH FOR SURVEYOR NATHANIEL MOXLEY FOR CORONER JEROME ALLEN FOR MAGISTRATE 1 lUrtford District Not yet nomlnatrd- S Cromwell PUtrlctW I1 Miller 1 Sulphur Hprlnt DUtrlct W Hlienn- J Fordirlll DUtrlct Sani Edge C llnford VlttrlrtSot jt nomlnaUd II Cntertown District Hfrtwrt tender 7 Hocfcport DUtrlct Not jet nominated r FOR CONSTABLE I lUrtlord DUtrlct Not yet nominated 5 Cromwell DUtrlct R II Young n Sulphur Spring DUtrlct Walter JlldkllT 4 Kord Tllle DUtrlct E Ileddrn 6 Itutord DUtrlct Not yet nominated tI Centertowo Dlntrlct W H Hill 7 Rockport DUtrlct Not yet nominated Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us A MINNESOTA train robber said he k only held up a train as a joke But the jury that tried him failed to seethe point THERE is no indication that the Russian people have any more say in stopping the war than they had in starting it THERE would be more heart trou ble in the world if all the girls were as sweet and cuddlesome as they appear in 10 cent Magazines IT IS quite probably that Chicago will end her teamsters strike as soon as she can find something equal ly as exciting to take its place SINCE those Chicago beef magnates have been hiding in Canada from the investivation committee beef is almost as high up there as it is in the United States WHEAT harvesting has begun in Oklahoma and is moving North to ward Kansas The annual agoniz ing cry for Kansas farm hands may be heard at anytime now IF IN the future speed is increased until the trip between two places is made instantaneous a man leav ing New York will reach Chicago one hour before he started iIT is reported that the Czar of Russia walks the floor at night Now if he could be induced to carry the baby he would be able to kill two birds with One stone GENERAL MAXIMO GOMEZ the Cu ban patriot who fought the Spanish hosts for the liberty of his home and people at intervals from 1808 to the close of the SpanishAmerican War died at Havana Cuba last Saturday As a fitting compliment to his mili tary skill he had long been known as the Napoleon of Cuba WE are respectfully informed by the Hartford Herald that an island is the oceans bottom sticking out of the watt The writer has evidently been studying for the professorship of the kindergarten depart ment of a backwoods public school where the split pole seat is still in vogue FARMER business man merchant any Ohio county citizen has it ever occurred to you that you are paying e 1 twice as much taxes as you did a few years ago Has it not further occurred to you that you are forced to do this because the assessed value of your property has been raised by the county board of equalizationand that tooafter you have held up your hand and sworn to its real value TIlE Hartford Herald has told the same old story in the same old wa about Ohio county being in deb 35000 on the first of January 1898 as the result of Republican manage ment of public affairs so often tha it doubtless has by this time grown to believe the statement is true Suggest if you will any partisan or other misman agement of the countys affairs tha has occurred since then and that great Organ exclaims 35000 35000 35000 It reminds us o an obstinate old woman who on a certain occasion began without any reason whatever saying scissors She repeated scissors scissors at every breath until it became wearisome to other members of the family Her husband undertook to silence her but she obstinately re fused All persuasion proved of no avail He finally resorted to more strenious methods He beat her al most into insensibility yet she said scissors scissors He then drew her tongue out and fastened a split stick to it which effectively prevented her from saying scissors but she at ohce began working her fingers to imitate a pair ofscissors Of course the womans conduct was the height of silliness Yet the Heralds flubdubbery about the 35 000 debt and its payment bears a striking resemblance to it IRON BRIDGES The manner in which the Iron Bridges have been built at various points in the county during the past four or five years is becoming a subject of considerable interest Inquiries as to the manner of letting the contracts forthe construction of these bridges reach us every week But the court records which it seems shouldshow everything concerning the public business thus for searched by us have not contained any answer to these inquires So we decided to try the open field and began to in quire of thosewhom we thought most likely to know about the building of the Iron Bridges Most of them say they have not the remotest idea while there are a few who say they know but on investigation we learn that they have only a faint idea and are unable to give anything definite We however struck one fellow who has been and is now in a position to know how the Iron Bridges have been built and he says that one among the first ones built was the most expensive one He says that the committee on construction after the Champion Bridge Company had notified and had agreed to build been it for 3150 acted very indiscreetly and notified a half dozen or more other bridge companies that they were going to construct an Iron Bridge in Ohio county at a given placeHe further says that in due time the Champion Brdge Company was awarded the job and began the construction of the bridge at a stipulab ed price of 3500 He explained that the 350 extra charges were add ed as a sort of punishment of the committee for their indiscretion in notifying the other people He said that since that sad experience none except the Champion Bridge Company have been notified when an Iron Bridge was tolbe built Any other infor mation that we may procure will be reported promptly PLEASANT RIDGE June 10Rev T J Radcliff ordsvilie filled his regular appoin- ment at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday The A S of E had a fine meeting at the schoolhouse Saturday even inK The directors of the Bank of Equ- ty had a meeting Saturday after Bad StomachILessns Inc usefulness and mars the happiness of life Its a weak stomach a stomach that can not properly perform Its functions Among Its symptoms are distress age eating nausea between meals heartburn belching vomiting flatulence and nervous headache HoodsSarsaparilla Cures a bad stomach Indigestion and dy pepila and the cure Is permanent Accept no nubstltute 1 Ayers To be sure you are growing old But why let everybody see It in your gray hair Keep your hair dark and rich willtVigortonly use Ayers Hair Vigor your gray hair will soon have all the deep rich color of youth Sold for 60 years- t I am now over 60 Jean and 1 htr a thlekgtoay head of heir which la a wonder tn every one wbo roe It Mid not a 1crag hair In It till Ajtri lUIr Vlmr- Mtt dKtr11 llecld Minn fIot a botlle JC ATKnro Ixiwrlt Muni daalfor White Hair noon The work on the bank build ing is being pushed rapidly Quite a crowd of the young pro pIe from here attended the ice cream supper at Buford Saturday night Miss Dora Bell of Owensboro ac companied by Miss Melissa May visited her father Mr A J Bell Sun dayMiss Mary Johnson who has been visiting friends in Habit has returned home Mr Oscar Shultz of Narrows visited his uncle Dr Shultz Sunday and Monday Messrs Bell of Ensor and Rum mage of Andersonville were here this week to see about getting the school Summer BusinessTralmngScbool The Bowling Green Business University is now in session It of fers no vacation It will have plea sure in sending persons desiring enter school a handsome caGtlogan journal Mention course wanted Address H H Cherry President Bowling Green Ky BEDA June 21A nice rain fell here Tuesday evening Farmers are busy cutting wheat Rev Horned Caneyville filled his regular appointment at the C P church Sunday Miss Maybel Easterday entertain ed a number of her friends Tuesday eveningFred Anderson and Miss Mary Parks attended Sunday School at Alexandria Sunday afternoon Misses Audria and Mildred Bennett Greenville who have been visiting their grandparents are visiting relatives in Hartford Mrs Dr Steward went to Hartford I Saturday afternoon Ham Daily Pleasant Ridge was in our town Sunday evening Several from here attended th ice cream supper at Buford Satur day night Rev Cantrell will preach at Shin kle Chappel Sunday Messrs Lindsay and W C Bennett went to Hartford Monday Mrs Mildred Barnett is no bet ter R L Paris Buford was her Tuesday on business p MATANZAS June 21Farmers are done cut ting wheat The crop is very good in this community Taylor Bros took a large drove of hogs to Beaver Dam last Monday nightMiss Willie Everly went to Louis ville last week to attend the soldiers reunionRev B F Jenkins filled his regu Baptistt dayMiss Ura Maddox of Centertown attended church here last Sunday James Bilbro of Heflin visited S SaturdayiRoy Tichenor and wife of Liver more visited relatives here last SundayRev L W Tichenor and S W Bilbro are in Russellville this week attending the General Association of Baptists ySeveral from this place will attend the barbecue at Heflin next Satur dayHenry Tichenor is still quite ill lIO TORxA BeumlaI Glgutnr 11 +III KILLED BY A TRAIN Was Bernie JohnsonAYhHe Walk i ing Down Track Near McHenry Wednesday Afternoon Bernie Johnson was run down and killed by an I C freight train a short distance below McHenry Wednesday afternoon about 3 oclock He was walking on the track South and the train a fast freightI was earning North meeting him The trainmen saw him and whistled for him to get off the track but he paidI no attention to the alarm but walk ed steadily on toward the shrieking locomotive and train of cars which proved to be an engine of death When Johnson failed to leave the track at the signal of warning an at tempt was made to stop the train and it was considerably slowed down but not enough to prevent its strik ing him He was knocked several feet and never knew what struck him as death came in a few minutes itlmayleave the track after being warned of the approaching train indicates that there was something jCriouslI wrong with him CANE RUN June 20Elder J W Bristo Fordsville filled his regular appoint ment here Saturday and Sunday Wm Cargil wife and daughter of Livermore were the guests of Mrs Cargils aunt Mrs PhebI Christian Saturday and Sunday Miss May Sanders returned home from Louisville last Monday after aI few days visit to relatives Mrs Mary G Hoover is on the sick IntiMiss Emma at tended church and childrens evening at this place Sunday LouisvillelMiss Ira Mills of near Hartford visited her aunt Mrs M D DanielI near Salem Saturday and Sunday- J G Wilson went to Hartford Friday on business Mrs Nancy Ford is no better at this writing Miss Sarah Awtry near Salem left Saturday for Kansas where sheI will be united in marriage to Mr Jim Hughes Summer Commercial School The Bowling Green Business University is in session the entire year No vacation is offered A stud ent can enter at any time and getI perfect classification A beautifulI catalog and College Journal will be sent on application Mention course wanted Address H H Cherry President Bowling Green Ky COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE June 19Miss Georgia Gordon I neighe borhood E W Jackson of this place has gone to St Louis to be under the treatment of the doctors there fo his old trouble Miss Orpha Stevens attended the commencement at Hartford last week familye day with Silas Stevens and family Mr and Mrs Delmer Williams Beaver Dam attended church at SundayISunday with Mrs J P Coleman Mr and Mss Cyras Byers spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs T R Black The Rev H B Taylor and family of blurry Ky have been visiting the family of Silas Stevens for the past week Notwithstanding Bro Tay lors wif y was sick the entire time hi preached for us four of the most able sermons we ever heard CENTERTOWN June 20Our Sunday School Con vention which was slated for July 11th has been postponed for a while Rev Albert Maddox and wife of Rockport are here visiting Mrs W A Rone Mrs F OFlynn Utica is visiting her daughter Mrs E M Morton of this place C K Reneer Render came home this week to visit his family Tom Paxton Louisville is here visiting his uncle L C Morton Will Ross and wife Herrin 111 are here visiting the family of Arthur i Williams I L C Brown is in the Western part of Kentucky on business a E P Barnes Bro Our buyer hits just returned from tlio market tutu every lepnrtnient luiss been oplonisliocl with the latest millsummer novelties Every depart ment hits felt the elfin of these purchases and right merchandise at right prices are easily oh tained in any section of the store Many of you no doubt have heard alarming stories concerning the smallpox in Beaver Dam Them have been only three suspicious cases in the town and there seems to ho very grave doubts as to its being smallpox at all So you can visit HaInes store where your interest will bo carefully guardedand as our Board of Health is taking every possible precaution to prevent the spread of the conta gion there is no possible chance fin anyone to catch the disease Wash Goods In this section every remnant of pieces less thus ten yards has been marked down way below former prices and h means a big saving to mothers who want materials for children or ladies who want summer waist und dressing sacqno materials White Goods Section Many now things to show you in this section New Persian Lawns India Linens Kmbroiderod Front Waistings Embroidered Front Waist Pat terns Waist Front Embroideries Many new VII Inserting many new Val Laces Many now Swiss Inserting ninny new Swiss Embroideries Ladies Neckwear and Belts Our buyer was fortunate in securing a direct New York shipment of Indies Embroidered Stocks and Collars also Lace Stocks and Collars jhf newest patterns right from the style centers of the world and they are priced at loe 20o and 25c each Manyof them worth twice the price we charge Our Silk Belt stock in the Girdle effects Whites Blacks and colors are worthy ofyour consideration and our Wash Belts at each 1525c and J5u are world beaters Millinery Clean Up As the Millinery season will soon be over in a great measure we are selling Hats at a big reduction in price Our business in this department has gone far beyond our most sanguine expectations And tostill swell the tales in this section we propose to sell the remainder of the stock at prices that will clean out every Hat in our stock Beaver Dam Ky ISCHLITZBAUAUTITAGAIN art Fordsville Works Penitentiaryi According to the statements of Route Agent Abbott of the American Express company A B Schlitz baum is at it again Penitentiary walls have not been effectivein stop ping the work of this genius am Mr Abbott says that he has been piling up the tough against the day when he expected to be a free man again Schlitzbaum who was agent for the American Expre company at Fordsville got mixed up with Boatners scheme and was sera to the Penitentiary for a term of year for embezzlement Schlitzbaums ability was nized and he was made recogI clerk in the shoe factory of itentiary Mr Abbott says there are several charges againstI him of having shipped out o parties who did not order them I Itis thought that these shipments I have been received and disposed ofI by a cofederate of Schlitzbaum Mr Abbott is convinced that thlI confederate is well known by reputa tion in this section It is said thn several hundred dollars worth of shoes have been disposed of in thi Sway Warrants have been issued it is said covering the separate of fenses I Buildings in Process and Contemplation in Hartford Mr R T Collins is just comple- jag a new and modern addition to his residence on Union street Mr G H Likens is building nnice five room cottage on Clay street Misses Florence and Bessie Morton have modernized their beautiful residence on Union street by adding two new rooms Hon C M Crowe will in a few days begin the construction of a new residence on Clay street adjoining the Walker property Mr E E Crabtree will in the near- I future construct a nice residence on Clay street opposite the Walker propertyMr F Vickers has purchased 1 a lot and will soon erect a dwelling on Main street opposite the Luce property- t Mr Jefferson Watterson will soonItthe erection of a residence on 1 11begin street opposite the Likens Mr A C Taylor will in the near future construct a modern residence WedIMr R R Riley is soon to build u a dwelling of some kind at some place l EsTKAYOne pale red heifer with short crumply horns heavy built un marked now about 3 years old Hast been gone from my farm near Sulphur Springs since June 1904 A liberal reward will be paid for return of same or any information leading to recovery SCHUYLEK S ACTON Sulphur Springs Ky 0 onX Bouttor 1 Fairs June Specials You will find at Fairs through June a com plete line of midsummer Novelties Call and see them Belts and Neckwear j f pAH the newest in wash Belts plain white and em broidered at 25c A beautiful line of Silk Girdles in Black Brown und Blue from 25c to 50e The very j latest in Ladies folium in White and Fancy from 25c I to 50c Laces and Embroideries Those sheer dainty patterns in Ibices that thin Dress Goods demand are found right in our store A largo lino to select from with Insertions to match run in prices from 5c to 25c pOI yard Our Embroidery t stuck is the completed in Hartfqrd Our prices the lowest We have them in Cambric from 5c to 85c In Swisses from lOc to 35c all with insertions to match Select your Laces and Embroideries from us and you will make no mistake Thin Dress Goods These warns days create a demand for cool wear Wo are showing the 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 from 5c to 3oe Wo certainly can please those who arc hardest to please Wo invito your inspection Millinery Reduction From now until the end of our season wo will offer I I special reduction prices on the above line Our pres out season has been one of great satisfaction and now we want to wind it up bya special reduction sale in order lo clean the entire stock Come earlyand 136 cure a barga- inBargain Basement Filled every week with goodsat 5c and lOc noth ing higher This department should attract the 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 2r IAT Center Republican f JUNE 21 RailroadTimeV w Tablo I Konlh llonnd- Nollldn llainuI1 till 2Mim SolM dne040p m A a- imitiiiMCAN IIIirKO Memory Holler of nIircl of 1bI word All Recharge for al the I to ord MII In ndvmier i ol 110 word wll rrgldrrd limit niiln I wllli innnnirrlpl Io in crag Iniinner 1a horsesHartford Muslin Underwear at Beda called to see FairsI for a 2 piece summer r 1 and Cakes in town j fineI the City Restaurant City visited InI N T Saturday I well in one of our CARSON Co sheer organdies 4 ea insertions the to tchl ii r I and the best 1 i 1Big variety of New Belts found at Fairs City Restaurant surely feeds the people 35 inch White Linen for Shirt Waists 35c a yard at Fairs Bargaing in Ladies Vest at Fairs See them on table center isle Burial Caskets for sale by P L Wood Ceralvo Ky 42t12 Everything 5c and lOc in Fairs- I Basement Why pay more Our next County Judge W B Taylor Wysox called to see usTues day To cut a long story short our 10 and 12 Spring Suits are dandies CARSON Co Col C 11 Barnett arrived from Louisville Wednesday to be the guest of his family IDont worry and stew over making Ice Cream when you can buy better at City Restaurant Dr J S Bean was the guest of his parents Dr and Mrs L B Bean the first of the week Bargains in Millinery at Fairs too late to ask your profit Make your own price and take the hat Black Birkheads New Stable is large enough to accommodate everybody Give them a call lOur highgrade Clothing costs no more than the common kind sold everywhere CARSON Co Mr J B Foster returned Wednes daysIon a West t ytrw no nu See Fairs 36 inch guaranteed Black Taffeta Silk Dolly Varden Ribbon for Girdles at Fairs See them We have thin coats for little men for slim and fat men at thin prices CARSON Co Bring your Hams Wool EggsI Chickens and Feathers to Carson Co Dont miss Fairs 5c and lOc Bargain Basement when you come to town Good Judges of Clothing arc ing our 10 12 and 15 Suits o sight CARSON Co You can find anything that you might wish for in Thin Dress at Carson Cos Mrs A J Casey and children Hopkinsville are the guests of rela tives here 15c 20c and 25c Ladies Handker chiefs on sale Saturday at Fairs choice for lOc See them in ou window Rev Boyce Taylor and family May field were the guests of relatives here the first of the week Leave your laundry at Cleve llers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laundry 46tf Mr and Mrs P D Tweddell Ow ensboro are the proud parents of a fine baby boy Rogers Dean born th 15 inst Horses will be Fed Watered and Curried if you leave them withI Black and Birkhead the HartfordI liverymen WANTED Position as Stenographer or Bookkeeper Good references if wanted Address Box 514 Owens boro Ky- Your Hosiery is on display when you wear your lowcut Shoes New patterns in Hosiery here CARSON Co An oldfashion barbecue will b given at Horse Branch the fourth of July The managers are papering for a great day Miss Emma B Axton who been attending school here return ed to her home at Horse Branch last Sunday Mr Tom Wand formely of REPUBLICAN but now with the StanI ley Bank Stanley Ky called to see us yesterday Grossie and John J Williams left Wednesday for Hardinsburg where they will be the guests of relatives for a few days Mrs E J Hudson left Monday to be the guest of her son A L Hu4I son Owensbsio and sister Mrs Lucy King Calhoun fora few days 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 We the undersigned grocerymen of Hartford hereby agree to close our places of business on July 4th 1905 Carson Bros SandefurCo 1 J C Her Carson Co A D White and Thomas Bros The annual reunion of the Green River Association of exFederal veterans will be held in Central City July 4th A cordial welcome isextend ed to both exFederal and exCon federate soldiers and a program will be arranged that will be enjoyable tall Mr 0 M Seibert received notice a few days ago that his application for patent on a bevel square had been granted The instrument is b designed for use carpentering andI if it goes into general useas Mr Sei bert believes it eventually will his invention will probably bring him a fortune After a continuous absence of fifty seven years in the West Mr Ri H Duke returned to his nativ- county and old home four miles Eas of Hartford last Saturday He lives t at Kansas CityMoand has a moderate fortune during his lon stay there He will leave next Mon day for his home Mrs J G Stowers mother of J F Stowers who recently sold the Riley farm one mile North of Hart ford and returned to Indiana died at Rockport Ind last Friday morning Time REPUBLICAN joins with many other friends in extending con dplence to our former estimable cit1 izen in this his sad bereavement We have a great assortment of low cut Shoes for ladies and men CARSON Co Mr and Mrs George Allen of Sulphur Springs are visiting rela tives in Qwensboro this week Black Birkhead wrry you Beaver Dam and back Bus makes three regular trips daily Mrs F L Felix and children who had been the guests of relatives at Louisville for a few days returned home Tuesday 25 pair of Childrens Slippers size Tann150 pair Now choice 50c at Fairs Judge and Mrs R R Wedding and two daughters and Mr Walton Petty City are the guests of rela tives at Barretts Ferry Messrs Black and Birkhead the Livery men now occupy quarters in the mammoth new stable recently completed by Mr J W Ford- r Mr and Mrs A C Taylor were the guests of Mr Taylors father Mr H R Taylor of the Liberty neighborhood Wednesday evening There were forty applicants for teachers certificates and three for state curtificates the examination held here last Friday and Saturday Claude Renfrow a farmer living near Dundee had a fine mule killed by lightning during a thunder storm- e in that section Tuesday afternoon Roy F Armendt a grocery and furniture dealer at Narrows has his stock to John B Renfrew will go on the road for a Louisville grocery house Bro A B Gardner will preach at the Hartford Baptist church next Monday night at 8 oclock and at the next regular church meeting- a pastor will be called Editor Heber Matthews wife and daughter who have been the guests of relatives at Evansville and New- e burg Ind for the past few days re turned home Wednesday tArecent number of the Owens boro Messenger stated that Corns monwealths Attorney B D Ringo contemplating moving to Owens boro He has not given out such news as that at home and we are in dined to believe the Messenger to a little in error EsqG W Martin was stricken with paralyses at his home near Baizetown Monday evening He first became unconscious but was finally restored It was then discov ered that he was paralyzed so badly that he could not move When last heard from he was still in a serious condition The annual barbecue given by St Marys Catholic church at Whites ville Ky July 1 1905 will likely be the most largely attended barbecue ever given on these ground Prepar ations are being made for all who may attend If you miss it you will thenseason 49t2 IA pest house for persons infected with smallpox has been established at the county farm two miles east of Hartford Mr Earlis James Beaver Dam was moved to it Tues day morning This is the only new case but if any more develop they will either be quarantined where they are or conveyed to the tempo rary pest house oWANTEDBy CHICAGO MANUFAC TURING HOUSE person of trust worthiness and somewhat familiar with local territory as assistant in branchoffice Salary 18 paid weeks Permanent position No investment required Business establish ed Previous experience not essential to engaging Address Manager Branches 323 Dearborn St Chicago The following are among the Ohio county people who attended the State BowlingtCourt Clerk E G Barrass and Deputy RaglandgRockport Roscoe Whittinghill Narrows Ed Barrass Sr Murry Hudson and wife and James Hudson and wife Taylor Mines Miss Mattie Tic1 enorCentertown MissesBessie Wilt ams Lilian Monroe Burnice Ren der Dora Wallace Marie Austin Mrs SBVVan Meter Mrs C D Bean Prof 11 M Faughnder MessrsvA VLeachandJ E William Beaer Dam r r oo soO H Young I II You are invited to come and inspect our beautiful line of Summer Clothing Wo can make you look neat and stylish with a goodcool 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 can sell you a Suit that is cool enough for tho summer and warm enough for the full as low as 400 and as high as t 1500 Leaders in Shoes For the past three years we have been known as the leaders of the Shoe trade in Hartford for we handle the 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 x women When you are in town come in and let us 4 5 show them to you for we take pleasure jn showing our goods whether you buy them or not I HatsY- ou have been spending your money long enough for Hats that do not give you satisfaction and 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 4 5 Swan Brand Hats whichare guaranteed not to lose their shape when they get wet Gents Furnishings Make us your headquarters for your Shirts Unj denvear Y Neckties andanything in Gents Funuafi Y ings you might need fir you can always find a fancy a line of these here U BACH I Hartfords Headquarters for Clothing and Shoes f Opportunity it Is Knocking f At Your Door f1 fi i Dont let it slip by unimproved A splendid 44 chance to furnish your home with tlie newest and t3 best line of Furniture at a big saving in price is now t4 oHered When in need of Furniture of any descrip f ij t4 tion come direct toA C Taylor the Furniture man = 44 ho can fit you out l W A beautiful line of Buggies Surries Traps Drive itq Wagons and Harness always in stock All goods 4i of time newest and latest designs All firstclass Its i Jl to your interest lei visit 1store yo- If 1 bIr i AC TAYLOR E f u Hartford Ky w ww Painful Thought They were seated so close together on the parlor sofa that there was no room between them tor an argument when she suddenly let loose a large and soulful sigh IOhIiilastTorture of a PreacherI The story of the torture of Rev I 0 D oar e pastor of the Baptist I Man SAM 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 1 tried many remedines without re NewIcough and saved me from consump tion A great cured for diseased conditions of Throat and Lungs At Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggists price 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial Bottle free m- Y r s 1r TTu l- v t M1Y POLYGAMY PREVAILS Some of the Reasons For the Systems Grip on Utah The llnimkrrierl Marian Bonsall explains why theI intelligent women of Utah do not refuse to submit to the unspeakable degradation af polygamy lBecause polygamy is in their Wood 2 Because polygamy istheir relig ion 3 Because to denounce polygamy would be to cast reflections of the most horrible character upon the virtue of the mothers and the honor of the father- A certain young Mormon woman and a Gentile man were friends ofI long standing The girl attractive well educated fond of pleasure was the daughter of the first wife of a man who had two wives Both of these women who were educated and accomplished were exceptionally well cared for and though they lived in different homes their families were bound together by the ties of genuine affection as well as relationship The Gentileman who was so intimate a friend that he was u a member of the family camping 1partyat the time of this conversation asked the father if he was not glad that his daughter was not obliged to be a plural wife The father who loved the girl dearly replied that t for four reasons he preferred that j when she married she should marry a Mormon who lived his religion First he said becauce she would be j happier with a religious man of her own faith who lived consistently with the religion oftheSaints Second because such a man would never apostarise third because hischarac ter would have to be proved and that he the father would be certain from the happy condition of the mans former family that he was a y good husband in every way Fourth because as a wife in a home where the celestial order was obeyed his daughter would find her greatest happinessDuring a confidential conversation the girl herself was asked if frankly and truly in her inmost soul she was not glad that it was not required of her that she be a plural wife The girl answered thoughtfully No that she thought the Mormon women of today were losing something that theirmothersand their grandmothers enjoyed Marriage to her she said would seem a onesided affair with but one wife She could not imagine the happiness of childhood or the full enjoyment of girl and womanhood without the companion ship and love of the children of the 1otherwife in her family Her one concession was that she would a little prefer to be the first wife A Persistent Dun An aged lady complained toa Lon don magistrate that because she was a little behind in her rent her landlady followed her to church and asked for it there The landlady came into a pew alongside of her und when she was joining in the response was constantly whispering to cameIthe landlady would add To pay our rent The magistrate said that it was very annoying but there was nothing illegal in it i FOR THE LITTLE ONES A Queer Wee Story That Will Amuse Very Small Hearers One little pig went to market you know What do you suppose that the little pig bought Why a pig tail of course and he got u very cur Jy one from n nice little girl and then he bought u ring and the fool ish piggy put it into his nose in stead of on his finger So there 1 The cow jumped over the moon you know But where in the goodness did the row jump to Will you tell me that I know Why WayDo ran to when be ran away with the poon They ran into the butlers pantry and formed a partnership and the I11ext time jou out porridge or ice 1cream or other nice things just you I and OU will see that the und theEpoan are doing busi tJishtogether the some ns ever tuneIOU1CI a 8 1 I lap in this drum The very vcfv i tre next time you hoar a brass band just you listen and when you hear some thing deep and loud and awful gi Boom boom boom l thats the tune the old cow died of Game of Four Touches To beat at four touchees one must be quick indeed Those who are playing form n line with the exception the one who has been chosen lender This child places herself opposite the one at the head of the line and immediately the two see which can most quickly touch the other on chin right shoulder left shoulder and chest Should the child in the line finish soonest she becomes lender Otherwise the original lender passes to the next in the row and enters into contest with that one Barely does it happen that any leader can go the length of the line without being vanquished by some one but when this does occur she immediately runs off as fast arshe can and is chased b the oth ers until caught Whoeercaptur1l her then takes her place Forfeits For Games A boy or girl may be told to lie down at full length on the floor and rise with the arms still folded A German band is announced about to give a performance Thre or four of tho company ore request ed to imitate the sound of some musical instrument in concertto some popular and familiar air Blindfold person and then let eachof the company give him i spoonful of water from a glass until he guesses who it is that is feeding himIndoor nnd Outdoor Games Burled Names of Girls Find the buried name of a girl in eachof the following sentences 1 Ella my doll is lost 2 Janet Helen and Herbert you are going also 3 Did it mar your pleasure 4 lie lent me a book 5 No Ralph you must not do it 6 Emma you are kind 7 Ethel lend me your book 8 There is the rut he fell over Answcrsl Amy 2 Lena 3 Mary 4 Holen 5 Nora G May 7 Ellen 8 Ruth A Grasshopper Box Take an old cigar box make a square hole about 2 by 3 inches in the lid Cover the hole with a piece of wire netting Make anoth er hole just large enough to admit a finger Make a sliding door of a small paddle shaped piece of wood fastened with a screw at one end in such a manner ns to allow the other end to slide over the hole Half fill the box with green grass Billy Bumper Brown I love It In the country Said Dilly Bumper mown There heaps of jolly fun out there That cant be found In town At mornln when you nut nwakf Right out of bed you jump An run out through the kitchen An wash beneath the pump Then after breakfast has been et You skip an run about Perform on the Iron rod fence Aturnln inside out Washington Postm OUR BIG RETIRED LIST It would not be surprising if there was a revolt some time against the retired list of the army and na vy Through recent legislation and rapid promotions the retired list has become topheavy There are now 3 lieutenant generals 50 major generals and 250 brigadier geperals on the retired list of the army In the navy of the three highest grades there are 123 rear admirals 18 com modores and 54 captains The nit of wbngress two years ago raised many men on the retired list one rank if tGcy hud seen service in the civil war and had not been advanced a grade on retirement This swelled the Hot of brigadier generals a great deal but 250 brigadier generals on tho retired list is entirely out of proportion to the size of tlie army either now or what it has been dur ing the past forty years since the close of the civil war Washington Post Making Flawleta Steel Jrthe use gf the substance called j cold I RIDER AGENTS WANTED Requiredb 24J90wih Ctmstcr Bnkos and Puncturclcss 11i45 Any nmle or iiioefet OM iniiif at nncthinl 11 lIar- llTke Choice nf any standard tires and best equipment on all our bicycles Stroiiycst guarantee Wo SHIP ON APPROVAL C O D to any ono trltlmut II rent dimwit and allow 10 DAYS FREE TRIAL before pmvhuso Is binding i 8tnkrn0 FXOroJirUUequipment sundries and FIrlll1l goals of all MncK ntlialf rlular rice Inour big tree Sundry Cttaloguj Cumulus a world of us ful Information Wrlto for IU I PUNCTURE PROOF TIRES 4EP Rogular prlco ObO per pair 5WYou a SampleO GLASS T Pair for ItnIWONT LET AIR NO MORE TROUBLE from PUNCTURES Result of 15 years experience In tiro maklncr No dangor from THORNS CACTUS PINS NAILS TACKS or GLASS Serious like intentional knifo cuts can be vulcanized like any other tire Fend for Catalogue T showing all Und and makes of 11re nt T O pair and liPalso CotstiTllrikes Itnllfuu Wluvl and liieyelesBundrfrs at hall tho usual prices Notice the thick rubber tread and iiitnotiiri trite II and li tin will outlan 1111 other makeoft Kla tl and Kasy Willnc We will ship C 00ON APPROVAL AND EXAMINATION n7Aaat a UNI d i Wo will allow a cash discount of Gf thcrtby maklne the price ISO per pain If you send lull ch with order Tire to Iw returned ul our expense if not lilt Cclurr on v CO Dept JL ILL Nasal CATARRH 1houlol the diwurd membrane It cares catarrh and drhret sways la the head quickly Trialt Cream Balm li placed Into the noitrui spreads over the membrane and li absorbed RclUfli Its mediate and a cure follow It It not dtlnldo not prodnce inejilnc Large Size M centi at Drug tfiti or by mall Trial Size 10 cents by malL ELV UKOTUEI13 M Warren Street New York Thermite whicirconsists principally of a mixture of aluminium and iron oxide and which possesses the property of continuing to burn spon tnneously after having once been I ignited producing temperatures as highas 3000 degrees C it has be come possible to make steel castings of enormous size and weight free from flaws The thermite is introduced into the steel us in a molten state it lows into the casting mold and igniting it raises the mass to an extremely high temperature thus filling up any flaws that may have started to form When liquid iron is treated with thermite the metal shows much finer grains when it solidifies and the surface pos sesses u remarkable polishing ca pacity Fined For a Laugh Insulting behavior is a very I elastic charge in Australia It may cover from pitch and toss I to manslaughter Its latest appli- cationi comes from Bendigo In that oldcn city where the lute Marquis I of Salisbury tried his luck us a digger I in 1the authorities of one I if tIll chtirches decided to suppres- sJICnile giggling They introduced u in plain clothes and he lJOYsIlallhinI ice The boys were brought into I court on a charge of insulting be I havior ant hued 10 shillings each I plus lls Od costs There are very few of us who have not been guilty of this crime at some period of our livesLondon StontlllruIEgyptian 31 Ilerthclot secretary of the I Louvre museum that he has discovered the secret of the agent used in embalming in ancient Egypt After a laborious examina tion of the sarcophagi of the fifth and sixth dynasties which date back as far as USOO B C M Berthelot I has come to the decision that the oil employed was simpl citstor oil suchas is still used in Egypt whichIJuts undergone some retained during the long preservative qualities Women Chimney Sweep There is u flourishing guild of women chimney sweeps in St Pe tersburg and Moscow Tho mom bers must not be youngAthan fourteen or older hut there ore eight girl assistants of th tender age of eight The founder o the guild is the widow of a sweep and all her six daughters are members One strict rule of the guild theJrtHome Notes Subscribe for Tim REPUBLICAN w EASY RIDING STRONG DURABLE SELF HEALING FULLY COVEREDbyPATENTS- BEWARE IMITATIONS MEAD CYCLE CHICAGO I IAnOpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing 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 product Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker ca pable of development into a permanent and profitable businessWRITE AT ONCE WheelerS Wilson Mfg Co 72 and 74 Wabnth Ave CRICAGOi CASTORIA-For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of j OF Tlil HenryWattersons Letters from EuropeWill A Leading Feature ofT- heCourierJournal During 1905 fheie will foe many other attractive departments nil unlnt to nuke a comikte Newepaptr Mill Rates Dully CojirlerJourtml 1 Yr 6 Dully und Sunday I Yr 8I Weekly 1 Yr 1- COURIKRJUURXAI COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By u Special ArrntiRumt you CUM get the HARTFORD REPUBLICAN I tintl the WKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one ycitr for only 8150 Ths In tar cash tmbscriptlonn only I All Ruhfcnbcrs under this combine tlnn nOr must he snt through Tim REPUBLICAN office Campo obtained or no ft WrlUfbronr COP ncPar TIILETER Devon pplI a7 obtain PATENTS THAT PAY- sad btlp InTentora to aoceeu photonraketeh and wi Mnd IMMEDIATe FRII ON PAT ENTABILITY 7DyearePraetice Registered Patent come tow at EOSSOT 71k SI WASHINGTON D C BIG FOUR r I The Best Line toIIndianapolis IPeoria I p I Toledo 1- t Detroit 0- f Cleveland IBuffaloYork II IBoston + j And all other points East I + Information cheerfully furnished II on application at City I Ticket Office Big Four Nor I 2o Fourth avenue or write to I IGenlI Louisville Ky I + + S S Panola + The Mnrlrtn tonicA dose before nh meal will make you feel utrnne and well PANOLA has no equal for Indigestion DyspepsiA Ciirrh ol the Head rhioat Sjomech Bowels Live ann Kidneys IL+ Grippe end k cner l debility Mode by the LlKTCHFlELD PJIAR I MACAL Co Inc For sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky you and will you him ipl Our free BOTTLE Ibis la our free Blf t wade to convince OIIiJO show what Dr User le and what It can O accept n place you no No sick one pin neglect such an offer and be fair to himself The very fact of the offer must that Dr Cirbttittt Gctnia liver does as we We nurelr not pay tor a and give It away If there was of results You want those results you want to be well Wont you let us at our expense ibow you the WilY Dr Lifer sold In two sizes 25c and sl I e M HAIINTT r t BAR ET SMITH 1 I ATTORNEYS AT LAWI- I llIIrrllll KY- Wlllirucllntlirlrirofri I nil I lie rtiieI- hlu and 1I00JIIIhIIIIIIIltt I I t wie ndIthrtrrnrrInl OfflrrlnIlll FRANK L FELIX Attorney Law t IIAKTPOIIII KY Will iriullr hl irilMwl ii In nliln and nil lolnlnitrcionljr HII In the Marl of Apjnl Criminal prnrlle nml rullrltunntwlalty llfflrrln IlK Ilirnli tiullillnir CHAS M CROWS s LiAWYRR fJ HAinroitn tVIIIrnrtli hlii ptdMlou In nil tin rmrt nnil niljulnlnir run title am In llm roar1llIhln Si lnl nttMilKin iiltm ty rrlmlnnl pruMlnimil to nillntluni Offliv rornrr Mar LetamlltnteretratThalunrorerrtnplah II JNO B WILSON tnrllrrtlonmallogabttr I R R WEDDING I Attorney at Law I HARTFORD KY toIrtrlltnoruhtaM i inriiix HiivKNi voonVAit- iHEAYRIN WOODWARD 1 ftoica cteavHTrc5H Kr tr aw17Iriotlions omrr nu door to hank of nullod I 7 W H BARNES Attorney at Law r AXIinirXTV ATTOIINKV- lURTinmi KyrWill prnrtlr In ill the ruedI Ohliinni IJnliilnrniintlMnhd la the Apleal xirlft MiMitlnn willin tj I mlrntH to hlornrr roIIMtlnn pnl ltr little In rnnrthnnir Os YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Kentucky Will iTnrtliT bl iirnfrMlon U nil the Court ol e I Offircorrr Klrnt Xnllonr1 hanks 4 Anyone tending a ikttrh and dwcrlMlon may quickly rertaln nor oplanu freil whether an II P II tinnnnctlmnedenIINANOBOONonratentt I Patents taken through Nunn A Co receive Ijvfiil noM without charge la the I Scientific A handinmelf lllnttrMed weekly Ijtrertt rtrrulallun of any nrlentlOa lounial Term II a nwdealerMUNNOnce C5 F BU W lhlDiilon 1 C PROCURCD AND DEPENDfDlendD1OCloldrmwljitf urj4iuU roe adrlcv to cbuUa petnut lade nark COUNTRIESRias time I mfity auJfftn tkrfattnl landlnhingementPrecticsLetiudnlr i Writ orrom ui at- e5I xlata ftnrt pp OtlM itatM Malt Oara p D C c IWeare Expected to Give Away a Million Bottlesfin order to prove absolutely that we can cure of all maladies pertaining to the Liver Kidneys a such as Dypepsia Constipation Indigestion Biliousness Malaria Nervous and Sick Headaches Diarrhoel is and Dysentery of a bilious type we give an order on your druggist and pay for a bottle Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder t proposition FIRST IfTouneedDrCuhledtuGermnlhuPowderS forfyou CttUtcdtt Geruu Powder under obligations whatever convince you Powder claim would bottle soy doubt CarUtedts German Powder Is NNITH Hliiiilii at KY WI1IQltamthldr iahllnpinri 1Irtlon lnnrt- r Imlnr HArtford ofI RmericaneI llrancb WASHINGTON h CUT OUT THIS COUPON maItIydlaeaae isliI Imp butyou supply me a SJo tattle tree I will take lu p 1 a I t r Give Ml jWrite 111117f For Sale by J WILLIAMS Hartford Ky ra tit I I c u JUST OUT Every man is entitled to n square deal luisii Kvr ROOSLVKITMy Own StoryB- yk D Caleb PowersThis book is n calm dispasioimte account from the stand of the inun most interested of the conditions in Ken 1Lucky leading to the assassination of William Goebeland of Powers indictment lull conviction on the charge of com plicity in his murder It covers his youth in the mountains of Kentucky the conventions of 1899 the election the shooting of Goeliel 4thearrest the three trials and the prison life For dramatic situations human interest and political importunce the case of Caleb Powers is unequaled Many Illustrations from Photographs of Actual Scenes Connected with the Tragedy Imo Cloth Ornamental Cover At All Booksellers siso PoHtpnlcl from PnljllnlierH- MU POWERS HAS A SUBSTANTIAL CASH INTEREST IN EVERY COPY SOLD OF MY OWN STORY The BobbsMerrill Cop Publishers Indianapolis Clarence Keown Local Agent Hartford Ky QUR CLUBBING RATES THK llKriMiucAX toil Louisville Herald 125 THK KKPUIIMCAN and Ixniisvillo Daily Herald 200 THK IlKiUiuicAN and ourierJounml 150 THK llKiitnucAv and St Louis Globe 1entocrat 175 THK llKiUiiiicAN and Homo and Farm 125 THK lUuUiuioAN and Lippencotts and Coanioplitnu S25 Ill K ItKiiniucAX anti Twicen Week Owensboro I nquiror I75 fIn KiMtMiMOAN and Daily Owonsboro Inquirer H70- THK I llKiiitMCAN and lwicou Weak Oboro Messenger 175 m W IIW x DO YOU WANTA Position that will pay you from 5OO to 5000 a year I fIIThat is whet our graduates tin demand ing for their work Ve rive the kind of I training that counts from the strut II Increase Your SalarysJJy taking a course in the OWKNSliOKO 1HS1NESS t N I VKUSITY Term begins Sept 1th Write today Atldre s Owensboro Business University 4 Owensboro KentuckyI yMxin b STRANGE MONOPOLY I I Held by Man Who Makes the q Stamp Cancel ing Dies New Turk sanl Stamp canceling dies for all the IMistoflices of the United States and its dependencies are made in a lone ly little harbor of Northumberland nearIufore him and it seems likely to descend to the thirty third generation Just one thing makes it possible t for the present contractor to hold and transmit his contract and tha- Is t the fact that he has secret process tf hardening the fact of his dies so that they last longer than any hard ened by others pocesses The poees3 isan inheritance and the contractor has tWo sons associated with him one or both of whom will inherit the secretNearly 20 years ago the contractor now getting to be an old man was ordered by his physician to leave Washington and to live near salt water He pitched upon the little Northerland County habor as the scene of his life and labors AsIllspostal system he took a few of the brightest country lads thereabouts and taught them so much of the work as they could do without know wnte rtiK1r 9r dr ai 1snet 11Inga score of these men about him nmII the young fellows of the neighbor IIfuctorpaid and theirs are the neatest andc most comportable homes in the ham let that clusters about the glittering little harbor cIi jet has an odd air above the dense tree tops that almost smother it andswell tilled fields and all day long the mocking birds sing in the trees with IIn earshot of the factory is CO miles or more to the nearI jItrailway station in Virginia and only mode of communication with the outside world is byJ slow sailing craft and a steamboat I that touches three times a weekat the habor and consumes 24 hours in the voyage to Washigton This steam boat takes to the factory the dies in the rough to be lettered and hardened and carries them away again when they are finished ton be distributed to postoffices all over the continual area of the United States to Porto Rico Hawaii and the Philippines The little factory turns out thous ands of dies every year and the business in grows with astonishing rap idty The heaviest freight of the steamboat at harbor comes from is the die factory Meanwhile the fame of the die skinner has spread aboard and he Dr is sometimes called upon to make dies for foreign Governments One f wa 41r of his recently executed orders came from Venezuela and he is likely have more work than he can easily do from other fouth American repub lics Change of Base Mamma Have some more sugar WillieWillie Why you always tell more than one spoonful is bad f my health Mamma That sat home Youre at a hotel now take all you want Bilious Bill the sleepy head Dearly loved to lay abed Couldnt wake him ifyou shook him When his slumbers overtook him Suddenly he started waking Evry morn when day was breaking Whats this magic necromancer EARLY RISERS thatthe answer tWayne Gritlin K Bro m NOTICE Orders Ohio County Court E E Rhoads c For Judgment and Order Local option election IEtnavil precinctIt earinK that on the first d of May being a regular term of court the petitioners greater i number than 25 per cent of the legal voters in Etnaville voting precinct at the last general electio- filed their petition herein asking than elelection be ordered in the sail Etnaville voting precinct to tak the sense of the voters of said precinct upon the question whether or not spirituousvinous or malt liquor- shall be gold bartered loaned o trafficked in within said precinct and whether or not the law now in force therein regarding the sale of such iquors shall become inoperativean- it appearing to the satisfaction the court that the persons whose names are attached to said petitio- signed the same and that each said persons is a legal voter in sai precinct that the said petitioners have this day deposited with the court the sum of 4000 an amount sufficient to defray the expenses o said electionut therefore ordered and adjudged that an election beheld in jEtnaville voting precinct in Ohio county Kentucky on the 6t day of July 1905 for the purpose o taking the sense of the legal vote ofsaid precinct upon the questio- whether or not spirituous vinous or liquors shall be sold bartered loanedor trafficked in within th said Etnaville voting precinct and whether or not the laws now in force regarding the sale of such liquors become inoperative The Sheriff of Ohio county is di rested to cause to be opened n I at the voting place in said precinctI on said date for the purpose of holding said election and shall cause this order to be published in some newsI paper having a general circulation Ohio county for at least two weeks just prior to the date fox said election The Clerk of court is ordered and directed to prepare pollbooks and ballots for use in said election as required by and to perform such other du as the law requires in such spe elections- It is further adjudged that a special registration be held in the town of Deanfield within said voting pre on the 28th dry of June 1905 the purpose of registering such READ THIS Louisville Ky June 13 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis 0 ear Sir I have suffered three years from kidney and bladder troubles and onehalf bottle of Texas Wonder Discovery has cured me and can cheerfully recommend it Yours very respectfully J N ROBERTS 1819 Maple St I A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder 0i Halls Great Discovery cures all kid ey and bladder toubles removes j gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sinn weak and lame backs rheumatism and aW irregularities of the kid if neys and bladder in both men and i women Regulates bladder trouble children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on I receipt of 100 One two months treatment andselI dom fails to cure any of mentioned Sold b all druggists E W Hallsole manufacturer PO box 629 office 2931 Olive Street St Louis oc I voters who are entitled to vote Into said election and who are not now registered The officers who shall be appointed to conduct said elec tion 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 teA copy attest orifi S RAGLAND Clerk By U G RACLAND D CIPursuant 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 bylaw at the voting place in Etnaville vot ing precinct Ohio county Kentucky 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 bartered loaned or trafficked in in the said Etnaville precinctOhio county Kentucky Given under my hand as Sheriff of Ohio county Kentucky this the 15th day of June 1905 CAI P KEOWN S 0 C leQuality vs Quantity Hard muscles and strong body do aynot depend on the quantity of food digestionnyou take Kodol Dyspedsia Cure your system gets all the nourishment out digeststs conti conveyseand tissues This builds up and strengthens the entire system overcomes DyspepsiarZ Wayne Griffin Bro I About tbe Cow dClean dairy utensils are half of the battle overc1When the young heifer kicks give her a caress in return Good breeding and good feeding are the dairymans long suit rSome cows are naturally stubborn just as some horses race Thunder showers preceded bsul try weather make sour milk IThe dairy calf needs attention now ras well as at any other time isnThe cream if just right will turn twentyeThe milk stool is a dangerous weapon in the hands of a badtem pered milker Thirty to forty pounds of cow peas will plant an acre in rows for cultivation Good crop for Southern dairy farmers to raise The Chilidons Favorite For CoughsCroup Whooping 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 K Bro m Felt Like It Wifel see by this paper that thefaverage family has four and even tenths persons uHusbandItenths in this family A Fearful Fate It is a fearful fate to have to endure the terrible torture of Piles I can truthfully say writes Henry Cols of asDnville la that for Blind Itching and Protruding Piles Bucklens Arnica Salve is the best cure made Also best for cuts burns and injuries 25c at Z Wayne Griffin AC Bro druggist m To Kill Hawks- A Louisiana reader asks how to give nux vomica to chickens and how often to it to kill hawks 1andIt undoubtedly is dangerous to the chickensif our reader intendsto give to those that are alive especially- If more than one dose is given Of course if nux vomica could be given to one chicken only and the hawk be made to select that one andg it there is a bare possibility Mr Hawk might die or at least become so sick ofchicken that he would not return for another Still ve think this would be an f methodI j heard th arsenic or strychnine put in the carcass of a dead chicken i which is placed in view of the hawk I out of resell of other chickens and I has teen found to kill not only I CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS nest Couth Syrup Tastes Good Uu In time Sold by druegltts I i STRON Agains tovallofTiltonQ OIL said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hundred fzofother weak women being restored perfect health this edy YOU may well you will take It- Indigestloncaus nearly sick ness that have deprives system of nourish ment and delicate organs peculiar women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables stomach and digestive organs digest and assimilate of wholesome food that maybe eaten nourishes body and rebuilds weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia stomachsDigests What You Eat IIoU MtU k Itlai sick u tk trial r M lit are to b if u all the It the the to the to all the It the the sour tlmct Mat by rem rrpm4 at4r7rEoowtnc at ski Lk I Hold by X WATKK UHIfFIN I the old one but the entire broodof young hawks to which it is carried Scarecrows have but little terror for hawksespecially when they have a brood of young ones to feedand we doubt if there is any better way of making way with them than with- a good shotgun It may require a little patience to lie in wait and get a shot at a hawk but if one or two are thus killed the others are not likely to give further trouble Bare yards with no grass or weeds offer an inviting place for the hawks and the chickens have no way to escape from them A marten box erected near the chicken yard will be of material aid in fighting hawks One little marten- or blue bird will put a big hawk to flight and will often chase him fully- a mile a way A nest of martens and a few well directed shots will do more than all the poison that one can arange Odit9TOR8YrBeazstheThe KM You Hare Always Bought BlgaatnnKentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for as far as reported Officers of are requested to report to us any ommissions or correction of Hartford October 44 days Madisonville August 15 days Danville August 84 days Fern Creek August 154 days Shepherdsville August 154 days LawrenceburgAugust 154 days Vanceburg August 164 days GuthrieAugust 1773 days ShelbyvllieAugust 224 days Springfield August 234 days NicholasvilleAugust 293 days Bardstown August 304 days Florence August 304 days Elizabethtown September 53 daysGlasgow September 64 days Kentucky State Fair September days Henderson September 266 days Falmouth September 274 days Owensboro October 105 days txit Mary AnnIve come to tell you that th gasoline stow has one out- Mistress1Ve11 light it again Mary ArlnIcant Sure it went out through the roof II ALES CumberlandTELEPHONE l AN- Dtelegraph Co Cnrnrpornted I Theres nothing the mutter with my business I have the Cuuibei land Telephone in uiy rebideice and place ol business My business has Increased and my wifes voice in Lex er heard to crumble about the Tele phone Yours fur good service and gentlemanly competition fl E PAVE Manr Olilo CountyCircuit Court TI lllrkhad Judge lien II ItlDKO Attorney T It Jllncle Jailer Kil U Ilarrnim Clerk Frank Iella Mailer Com mlnloner V L Moevlejr Trustee Jnry PundC HberllfCIeownKvown 4VConrtronTeneiflntloa day to larch and August nod continue throe xoyemlereCounty CourtJ P Miller Jnclire SI s Rag HartfordlTCourtcoareneantSfaodaylaeach Quarterly Court legtu on the third Monday JanuaryCourt In Jainary Tuesday alter second Monday In October CerelroFrankDarlaCoronerSutpbur Tuatlcoa COUrt MayIs yU28107r7AugustAugnitIlAugustIAugutSrtfsr4I eiiu Court Attorne renen second Monday In eachmonth Srv1eM Sunday coalSandarat7pday evening list WTMlller Pastor nighbeforeand fourth Sunday add Sunday night Prayer UBurnettC P Church Services first Sunday In each month at 11 am and 7 pm Rev J D Har nod pastor School Trustees Hartford Jas P Miller J CarsonAAniJereoo V 1 rtonCluncllmenSertSoci tl o A 0 U W meets first and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 676 FA AMasonsart 1 Monday night In each month Hartford Tent oIIJ Knights of the Mima been every Thursday night Rough IIInr Lodge o nOlolghto Pytbla meet eyery Tuesday night Preston Morton Post NO 4 0 A K hold tgnlar meetings Saturday beforeflrst Sunday In IB IB month EVERYBODY =MAKtfJ TNI CLOTHU Week115 QW- A QUART FOR 5c FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS rhi American FharaacalCo ETantTllleIjd 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 recllnlnzchairfirst and third Tuesdays of each month Descriptive literature maps pamphlets olden etc on application H C TOWXSEHO fell Nut til Til jt LOUIS IITnliarVEGETABLE SICILIAN airRenewerWhy not stop this falling of your hair At this rate will soon Renewerstops t Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 23 A KENTUCKY ARGUMENT dose Call for Everybody but of Course No Ladles Were Hurt As was to be expected the legal proceedings against Judge Hargi- and other prominent gentlemen o Bloody Breathitt for certain mat i tiers done as alleged and commonly hatJe ial countrymen in the Kentucky feud belt and last Monday there was a regrettable occurrence at asocial gathering in Morgan county i It appears that during the of the dance surne one inadvertent ntly advanced the opiniqn that r Judge Hargis ought to be hanged whereupon one Dykes raised a point oforder when a bullet from a Win chester laid him low and deprived him of all interest in the subseiiuent proceedingsThe shot was the signal for a general fusilade and for fifteen minutes revolvers and Winchesters cracked and when the smoke clear ed away there were three men dead and six seriously wounded on the floor Luckily owing to the good i markmanship of the gentlemen ticipating none of the ladies presen was hit but it was an admittedly close call for everybody No arrests Prejudiced outsiders may be unable to appreciate the fine points of personal honor and clan loyalty involved in these Kentucky vendettas but if that State does not complete the good work it has begun in endeavor ing to round up and bring to the gallows or the penitentiary the men primarily answerable for this feud ist savagery there will continue to be a cloud on its claim to rank as a civilized community SULPHURSPRINGS June 19 Sunday school at Mt Vernon is progressing nicely J The little two year oldchild of Mr and Mrs K E Lee died Tues day and was burned at Mt Vernon WednesdayMrs Johnston and daugh ter Martha B of Columbia City Ind are visiting the family of T F Johnston this week Miss Mamie Jones Fordsvilleand Mrs Dr Ellis Jones Monette 10I are visiting the family of Mr and Mrs Charlie Huff this week Miss Stella Daniel is visiting Mist Lula Acton Misses Laura Lena and Esther Johnston Mr Willie Moseley and Mrs AMJohnston attended the ice cream supper at Dundee last Saturday night A crowd of youig people from Mt Vernon attended the baptizing at Bethel last Sunda- yIt C Duff end wife Narrows pent Sunday with Dr Dull and wife Sulphur Sprint Mrs E L Wnitf wan hRi been in Louisville for the past tfrte weeks returned home Jrmlay Mrs T F Johnston MM A M Johnston and Miss Bettie Cole spent the day with Mrs James F lagan last Wednesday Miss Effie Mitchell spent the lat ter part of last weak with Me broth er Janus E Mitcieii of I indee Billie Thomas i B avi Dan has a class in vocal music PLEASANT GROVE June 1611 S Hope of Hunts ville had the misfrtune of getting his house burned lust L tut lay June lath Mr and Mrs lIfe LMch and sun Angel of Fvnti were the guests of Mrs itwchs mother Sat ururday and Sunday Mrs Maggie inter mid little laughter Minnie of Centnti City no visiting friends and relatives at tine firove this week MiftsMyrtlu Kinnv has been time Client of her sister at Huntsville for the past two weeks Henry Cuuditf who went t Mir i ippi to enter business with Mr lag uN is very iii Miss Hazoll was the ICUUltof Ora Meffurd from Sunday until Wed nesday Euna Hradley is th guestdf her cousin Edon Gar liar of Huntsville Chi wtck- Thf ki mam sm r at Mr Mef f jrds en Junv vas largely at lonilc Little ara Iyentertained t some of her friends Friday after noon Ice cream and fruit was serv ed Frank Stewart of Yost was the guest of his friendMiss Ora Mefford SundayW RENDER June 19C K Reneer and J F Render were in Louisville last Wed nesdayC Finley and W D McElhen hey of Central City were here last Wednesday Mr and Mrs John S Spence wen hursdayf was the guest of his father It B Easton last Friday and Saturday Sam James Sr was in Hartford last Friday J W Baker was in Louisville last Friday Dee Witt Williams was in Hartford last Friday ssDr H B Innis and F 0 Allen were in Hartford last Saturday Mrs Chas Robinson was in Rosin SundayWm was in Horton last Sunday James Cates Central City filled his regular appointment here last Sunday Wm Fair Hartford was here last Sunday Rev Cox is having quite a success with his meeting here Simon Stephens post master returned home from Louisville yester day after an absence of eight days etavs was e yesterdayMr Mrs R J Engleby re turned home from Herrin 111 yes terday Mrs Joe Stewart Horse Branch I arrived here today to visit her broth er J W Tilford for a few days Miss Nellie Harris returned home from Prentis today after a few days visit lIi Dr Henry Smith Prentis was here today Miss Icie Hardin is visiting in Dayton and Nashville Tenn at this writing Notice in Bankruptcy In the District Court of the Unit ed States for the Western district of Kentucky Owenboro division- In the matter of David A Royal bankruptOn 15th day of June A D 1903 on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for dis chargefiled on the 12th day of June A D 1905 it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the 3rd day of July A D 1905 before said court at Federal Court Hall at Louisville Ky in said dis trict at 10 oclock in the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be published one time in HAKTFOKU REPUHUCAN a newspaper printed in said district and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may at said time and place allpearI cause if any they have prayer of said petitioner should not be granted Witness the Honorable Walter Evans Judge of said court and the I seal thereof at Owensboro Kentucky in said district on the loth day of June A D 1905 A G RONALD Clerk By DUDLEY LINDSKV D C CROMWELL June 22A good rain has at last fallen and the very warm weather is over for a few days Dr Joe Taylor of Hartford was in our town this week I Mrs Tim Daniel is visiting her i parents in Evansville this week Sam P Taylor and Gee P Trout were in Hartford Wednesday Mrs Robinson and daughter Miss Maymee and son Luther have re turned to their home at Eddyville after a few days visit to her sister Mrs John Gentry Otto Martin Hartford visited his grandmother Mrs Martin Sunday Bernie Johnson who was killed at McHenry Wednesday was formerly of this place Esq G W Martin is very sick at writingW of Central City is visiting his father John Austinnear town this week Quite a number of people went en the excursion to Rochester Sunday Mr Carico of Louisville spent Tuesday here fishinggood catch Prof A P Taylor M M Faugh enderClaude BlankenshipWm Tay lay and others took Steamer Bowl ing Green Tuesday for Mammoth ave n b THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems After electing George A Bain secretary the Kentucky State Fair Association designated the Week be ginning September 18 and Lexington as the time and placefor the annual fair- e e Several miles of track are reported to have been washed out on the In dianapolis and Vencennes Evansviile and Terre Haute and Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern railroads in wes tern Indiana Chairman Paul Morton of the Board of Directors of the Equitable Assurance Society has enjoyed ex pert accountants to go over the hooks of the company and make complete e report on its business affairs and relation It is said that thirtythree true bills have been prepared by the Department of Justice and will be returned by the Federal grand jury in Chicago in the Beef Trust invest igation Among those to be indicted are belied to be ten or more of the most prominent Beef Trust magnates e Minister Takahira has informed President Roosjvelt that Japans representative in the proposed peace conference can reach Washington 1111gardedence will begin about the middle of that month Japan it is stated wit not ask for an armistice and as th war party in St Petersburg is agai active it is expected there will b more or less difficulty in arranging GenLinevitch anil his 111lieutenanti are sending roseate re desirIousthere is an armisti- ceWANTEDTen reliable NurseryStock Highland Kv 45t6 Excursion to Calhoun I The boat We Three willivean excursion Saturday June 2Jth from Hartford to Calhoun the occasion being Masonic Barbecue Will leave Hartford wharf at I oclock a dayiW M FoIt lAX Master NEW WHISTLER STORY IA byfriends hasIlIJaller designs il1lugiIf lend of hers who knew Whistler v tit anxious to get his opinion of tem Site took a portfolio of Miss Smiths illustrations to the painter and waited anxiously as Whistler vaiiiiiied them Me looked theta over carefully ami remarked gniillv She cant paintThen he went through them aain And she cant throw A third time he looked through tin portfolio pausing thoughtfully over each sketch But she doesnt need to he con eluded Harpers Weekly Fortunes Left by Presidents Washington left an estate valued ut over 800000 John Mains left about 71000 Jefferson died so poor that he would have been n pau per hind not congress purchased his library for iO000 Madison left about 150000 Monroe died poor and was buried at the expense of relatives John Quincy Adams left about iiiOOO at his death Juek son left about 80000 Vim Huron 100000 Polk 1 0000 Taylor 150000 Tyler married a woman of wealth Fillmoro left 00000 Pierce 50000 Huclmnun 500 000 Lincoln 75000 Johnson 50000 Grant 05 this wealth in tilt Grant b Ward failure Hayes Garfield and Harrison were all moderate well off and Clevelands for tune is probably larger McKinleys fortune was not much over 60000 Philadelphia Press Curious Poorhouse A workhouse or asylum for in firm beasts and birds was establish ed some thirteen years ago ba society of influential Hindoos It is near time Sodcpur station about ten miles from Calcutta and is under the control of a manager with a stall of eighty servants andean ex per 11ced veterinary surgeon In the place at present there are 973 paupers K9 bulls 307 cows 171 calves 72 horses 13 water buffaloes GO sheep 15 goats 141 pigeons 44 cocks and hens 4 cuts 3 monkeys uslumtematically and mercifully managed UIoccasion of the inela natives go from fur mind near to decorate and worship them The Stomach Men- The stomach proper has censed to surgeonIleimpunity He can even if circum stances demand relieve the owner of it entirely and so arrange time loose ends that time functions of nu trition mire successfully maintained To be sure the jMitient ran never pleusuretrouthimself to n rigid diet Hut for all the other affairs of life he may be us competent as before There are today several stomachics men who arc earning their dully predigested ration in occupations varying from clerk to expressman McClures Hon Meat In Belgium The Belgians have long been ac buttmainly from Kngland have shown so many that were emaciated wenk and obviously unfit for food that the superior council of agriculture mini recommended that such ini orta tiom shall cease or that broken down horses unfit for work shall be theeadoptedefhfding a substitute for horse meat which is in ninny cases the only kind which the poorer classes are able to afford The Retort Courteous reportshearingbay this bit of repartee between Thomas lawson and a young WOo I Juan evidently no respecter of per sons As Mr Lawson in a naphtha launch passed time rowboat contains iiig the Lirl sure called out Hello Tom flows copper Instantly came the retort First rate Hows brassBoston Her old He Captured Melba In Chicago Mine Melba received a clmnieteristii letter from rn elltllulonor you on time gramophone and want to liio if you can really get in uJ those trills The boy got two free p es- HOW JEFFERSON PAINTED I 1IurpersyicrsonV method of painting which Founds like the Japanese wayof iiikiji1 long and attentively ut an object and then drawing it from memory He won visiting offer Mm in his Florida studio andohs served a little shanty on time shore of the gulf which ho pointed out to theaetor painter as n good subject for pictureXo mv said Jefferson When queried Mr Remington in surpriseOh paint that next year Homo time or possibly not in two years was the answer But you may not bo here He titles 1 think time house will rot down in less time than that said Mr Remington I shall paint it as I see it when I am not looking ut it my boy was Jeffersons answer Quebecs Enormous Birth Rate Dr Osier says you cant diminish the birth rate of Quebec Iii the year 1800 the lute Hon IL Mercier then prime minister of the province provinciullegislaturo public lands to each father and mother of twelve living children and last year u return was made to the house of those who had taken advantage of this act This return shows that there were more than 3400 families of twelve living chil dren in the province while some were boasted of seventeen eighteen nineteen and one even ran up to twentythreeAccording to the last report of the provincial compiler of sta tisticsthat is to pay for 1903 00419 births were registered which gives a birth rato of 3076 per 1000 of the population I lt We Want to See You 9 tiarn 1 Well tiTi4i U C tsp Wt1 know you dont liko to lio pulled mind hatiKd 4i J 1ft 49 all nvii a store pted through u jrauntlet of clerks i ia41 and finally turned over to the proprietor simply lie t1 J cause you dont find exactly what you want and E1 41 you dont want some little wliippordiiapper of a 91ft clerk to insist upon you taking what you dont want t 4i 4 You have doubtless been through this ordeal and i fj 4i vowed that you would never go into that stole jJ 44ag1ou1c tight You dont have to 9l41t1n nJlerehinulise should bo sold on its merits We- J tsp lava this kiwitIll kind that wo JUt willing to Lack it it4i41 or t iroeerics come diiect to headquarters It e 4 will get the right goods at the correct price We tsp t1f4 inside of city limitst41 b1ft tip i Give Us a filaltip 411ont think that we havent got what you want tsp 41 hut 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