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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r t ttxrtfrb ilttpublicttn Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW rot WILL FINn IT IN TilE KHITBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVII u i HARTFORD OHIO U COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 7 1905 No 51 fiNAl DISSOlUTION Of Narrows Association jof Village Loafers s Necessity Microbe Attacks Melt bers and Wholesale Viola tions of Rules Resulted Oil the inconstancy of human af fairs Who can say what the womb of one dap may bring fourth The Rational Association of Village Loaf tON that wosls not Such is the rise and falltlf the tide of time As the mercury went up the association added to its members daily such as should be added and the watch- wordj was everything is lovely and i the goose hangs high Hut for- mani days Astrologer Willis had warned us that the ruddy star in the Southern heavens in the early even tfiglxrtewdedeviland Willis and the star in conjunction have worked the dissolution of the newest and noblest of the unions of men When President Park climbed with clumsy foot std trembling hand the knifeKcarred sugar Imrrel Saturday evening to declare the dis painfultrtlence All knew and yet everyone dreaded to hear the formal announcement The presidents face was hard and blanched and his effort was labored like n minister of State announcing the fall of an empire He began Fellows and friends for we are no longer comrades it becomes my me AlOlly duty to officially announce t t you a fact that you already know fcuat the National Association of Vil lage Loafers is finally and forever dissolved Lost I be thought a sentimentalist 1 shall not describe the scene that followed but if you would liens what it was lihegd frail Platos account of the last hours of Socrates or imagine the fearful tragedy of the crush of worlds when tihe Infinite shall withdraw lies guid ig hand at the end of time when il shall collapse to chaos When the Assembly had finally Kinposed itself President Park eon trued When Oliver Willis went to work on the Barretts Ferry bridge the news was brought to me but I said let him go we can spare him Thin the news came that Gene Kirby +and John Henfrow hall bought Armendt Cos Store and had gone t t work I said Met them go we can 1pare them but when the report tame in that Carson Bark was plow ing coral said it is finished the association not the corn After these examples loyalty to the order was no longer a virtueand the whole Jmsiness had gone up the spout Tncle Tom Shultz arose and orate tits follows I am not perhaps entitled to speak as I am not a member but 1 want to say that ittspecially painful to me to see your jissficiation dissolved just at this Mire I had come all the way from Select to join you I am an old nan nearly three score years and J inncJ could not expect much out T the order myself but wanted to ser a good example to the rising generation There are others pres crt who have come here at a sac rifice to join the association Here is George Brown who has moved here from Grayson county here is Tom Hulse who has given up a good job of work and here is Noah White who has lob the weeds take his gar den all too join the association I am sorry gentlemen sorry that you are dissolved Oliver Willis stood a far off with 4 wncast eyes and sorrowful face he was evidently repentant Carson Park leaning weightly on a lumber pile ejaculated Woe is me woe is me I shall became a lone wanderer up and down the face of the earth ss wanderersDud Fentress consolingly At this l evidence of repentance on the part I of the erring brothers hope was expressed that the association might rise again Phoenix like from its 1 i own ashes See Kirby and Ren frow was the cry from every cor ner and Park and Fentres lest they should become lone wanderers upon the face of the earth rushed off to consult the aforementioned firm Rut their report put a quietus on our new horn hopes We fount i thorn recalcitrant salt Park j working like beavers and to show that they gloried in their sins they I sold goods as long as purchasers would take them at half price dud then as if to show their contempt for your committee went to selling three nickles for ten cents on a credit just to keep at work- President Park who is fond o using high sounding words suggested that as Thomas was n sort of a psychological scholar he give us the theory of the downfall of the also ciation Thomas said ho thought it was a sort of mcdicological question and called on Dr Maxwell for a so lution of it The germ theory is now ex plained the learner doctor generally accepted by the medical worldas the cause of all diseases physical and mental I have carefully diagnosed this epidemic that has destroyed your splendid association Your members have been attacked by what is known in our profession as the necessity microbe There are several forms of it In the cities it sometimes stimulates its victim to theft more often to mendicancybut when it attacks village and country loafers 1 use the term with re verenceit usually drives them to work The only certain remedy for this disease the profession knows is the death of a rich and childless un cle in Germany The singing of the doxology closed a period in the history of Narrows SCCHKTAKY CALEB POWERS Motion for Transferor his Case to Federal Court Will be Decided Today Notice has been given the attor neys for both the Commonwealth and the defendant that Judge Cochran of the Federal Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky will this morn at 10550 oclock in Covington ren der his decision in the matter of the transfer of the case from the State courts to the United States Court The motion to transfer the case which has attracted national atten tion was nrgtaxl bofore Judge Coch rane at Maysville sometime ago and taken under submission ExGov Governor Yates and the other attorneys for the defense will be present to hear the opinion delivered Call for Convention- At a meeting of the Republican committee of the Huford Magisterial district held at Rcda Ky on July 1 15Mf it was ordered that a mass convention for the purpose of nominating candidates for the office of Magistrate and Constable for said district be held at Beda at 2 oclock p m on Saturday July 15 1005 B S CHAMBERLAIN Chmn Dist Com School Children Must be Vaccinated At a meeting of the Ohio County Board of Health held in Hartford June 28th it was decided toenforce the law requiring nil children to produce a certificate of successful vaccination to the teacher or satifact ory evidence of having had smallpaxJI before the 7Thisfact that smallpox is very prevalent in the county and fears are entertained that the schools may be severely interfered with if it isnot checked by vaccination Certificates will be recognized if given by any keened physician of this or adjoining county and will be given free of charge by any medical mem ber of the Board J T MILLER Pres J W TAYLOR Chmn HARTFORD KYJuly 3 1905 mm RESIGNS I Chief engineer of Paiwm Ca nal Construction Tendered his Resignation at Ver Unexpected Time Secreta ry Censures Him I Shtl to Tnt ItKii in u AS I Washington D CJuly 4 It ispro bable that Ifew people have followed the details leading up to the resigns Engif member of the Canal Commis lion sufficiently closely to appreciate the full measure of his lack of loy alty in throwing up his office to accept a position which offered great er remuneration but no one can read the terrible arraingment of the for mer Chief Engineer which Secretary Taft delivered to him in person without gathering some idea of the size mentally rather than physically of the Secretary of War of the high ideals which inspire lUll every action of his high conception of loyalty to his government and the justness and manliness which pervades the moan e 0 Briefly the circumstances were these Wallace at his own solicita tion was made a member of the commission His every suggestion was received with respect and in practically every instance was carri ed into effect As recently as May 26 Wallace wrote to the chairman of the commission that he was entirely satisfied delighted in fact with everything that had been done and would throw himself into the work with his whole heart and soul The Chairman had urged him to so organize his engineering force as to provide for such an emergency as his illness his being suddenly called away from the isthmus etcpromised to do this Then twelve days after his letter of May 26 he accepted proposition from New a York concern and according to his own statement his only stipulation when asked if he wouldaccept the new place had been It is simply a matter of terms and conditions era When Secretary Taft had heard what Mr Wallace had done heard it from his own lips he proceeded to express his opinion of the Chief En gineers conduct in unvarnished terms He never lost his temper as the conservative character of his remarks domenstrates but he did lIotI spare his auditor There is nothing so repugnant to the Secretary of WarI as disloyalty and in his judgment Mr Wallace had been guilty of the gravest sort of disloyalty and of aI dishonorable selfishness which was contemptible and the secretary proceeded to tell him so Mr The Engineer John F Stevens appointed as successor of Wallace is lit regarded as a man of exceptional ability He constructed the Rocky Mountain division of the Great Northern Railroad which is regard ed as one of the best built roads in the country perhaps in the world Stevens spent between GO000000 and 7000000 for J J Hilland Mr Hill was sowellsatisfied that he recommended Stevens to me in the lughest terms said Mr Shohts chairman of the commission to your correspondent today and he added Could anything be a better test of amans ability Those who know Jim Hill will unanimously answer no Send Your Boys and Girls to School Young students at tention Send for Catalog and JilUr nal Mention course wanted Ad dress H H Cherry Bowling Greent KylPleasant Eve Mr and Mrs J B Dodson entertained friendsat their home on June 29th in honor of their son Ivy it being his twentieth birthday Those present were Misses Zil phia Moseley Antha Park Jessie Park Pearl Patton Inn Chapman Cleo Rhoatls Jessie Patton Ora Pat ton Remyce Jewell Onia Sharp Oma Patton Mamie Paris and Dora Dollsonjlssri James Paris Hue HoagIandEbb Funk Clifton Hoover Wadeye Rhoads Clarence Sharp Lon Taylor Meadaw Chapman Willie Chap man Iva Park Orval Park Leniej Dodson Ernest Patton Richard Stewart Archie Mosley and Iva Dod ontFall Session Septembetr o now Address JjiII Cherry President Southern Normal School and Bowl ing Green Business University Bow Ting Green Ky SUICIDE MURDER I Or Accidental Killing By His Own Hands Was Fate of f Sam PriceI Sam Price who was engaged in cutting sawlogs on land adjoining the Berry Rial farm 1J miles dow Roughriver from Hartford and whoI was temporarily camping near therein a tent received the contents of a twelve gauge shotgun in his breast Tuesday morning and died in a few moments Whether the shoot ing was accidental with suicidal or murderous intent there is some con jecture An inquest was held over the dead mans body Tuesday after noon at Beans undertaker shop here and the only witness heard was Mrs Lote Hatcher who stated that Price was at the time he was shot sitting on a log wagon near the tent in which she and her husband and lit tle daugljer lives and had the gun in his hamrvlth the butt of the stock resting on the ground under his swinging feet She says that Price leanedover on the muzzle of the gun and said that he wished the gun would fwe off and kill him She ridiculed the idea and censured him for saying such She said that price then put his foot on one of the hammers and as he did so she ex claimed Dont do that and before she hardly uttered the words the gun fired and Price fell over fatally wounded a frightful hole being torn in his breast A little eight year old girl substantially cooberated the story and the coroners jury returned a verdict in accordance with these facts accidental killing being shown by the evidenceThere are some however who are rather inclined to the belief that foul play was the result of Prices death and there are some grounds probably for this belief Price and the Hatcher womans husband hid been on bad terms for sometime and is reported that the man with whom Price had been working remarked in the presence of other parties that there would be a killing that day He said nothing to indi cate who he meant would be killed nor how but such remarks have aroused some suspicion Investigations thus far have failed to fix responsibility for the killing on anyone except the dead man and it is generally believed that he pur posely or accidentally killed him selfIr The Barber Law In last weeks REPUBLICAN weI published as an item of news and I not for anyones special information the following I Under a recently enacted State law which becomes effective July lall barbers in Kentucky must have certificate in order to practice their or calling On examination of the acts of the I ast regular session of Kentucky Legislature we find that the law ap plies only to cities of the first second and third class The etcerpte published was taken from a daily ex change which was considered au thoritive Hence our errori MATHlH MUST HANG iSo The Condemned is in j formed by his Attorneys Very few Applicants for Tick j ets to See the Second IExecution Owensboro Ky July 5 Bob itl is all off with you You will have to hang We have done everything in our power to save you but to no availThese words were spoken by J R Hays one of the attorneys forMath Icy as he stood on the outside of his cell at the jail Tuesday- A I right replied the condemned I cell man and he commenced to pace his Is there anything I can do for you asked Rev T N Compton who at the request of Mr Hays had accompanied him to the jail Nothing said the dejected looking man as ho continued to walk slowly up and down his narrow room This is how the news came to the prisoner that he was to die on the FridaynmorningIt decided Monday morning by Mathleys attorney that it would be useless to have an inquisition in to his sanity During the past week many physi cians visited the condemned man in his cell at the jail Very few it is understood thought the man to be mentally unbalanced Under these conditions the attorneys were con fronted with a hopeless case It is not thought that any further efforts of any kind will be made to save the man from being executed FridayThe of erecting the scaffold was commenced yesterday The scaffold upon which Roy Green was executed has been stored away and will be again brought into use A rope which was purchased from a Cincinnati firm has arrived in the cityThere have been Very few people who have applied to the sheriff for tickets to the hanging The number will be limited to fifty and since theI execution of the negro it is thought that it will behard to get that numI ber to witness the grewsome scene FREE MAIL DELIVERIES Four New Routes Recently Estab lished in Ohio County Four new rural free delivery mail routes have been recently establish ed in Ohio County one starting from Beaver Dam and traversing the Prentis neighborhood already in operation two starting from Reynolds the exact territory covered by these we have not learned both now in eration and one starting at HartfordI and extendihg in a northeast direc tion by way of T Taylors Lauter wasers A J Carters NewLiberty School House and to Palo postofike thence Southeast to Marvins Chap el thence to Sunnydale postoflice and Sunnydale school house thence Southwest to Hines corner Coxs and to Jingo postoffice thence back by Lauterwasers T Taylors Hock ers Barnes and Rileys ner thence down the Pike to Hartrord This route is 21 miles long and reaches 121 residences and accommodates 514 citizens It will be in operation on and after September 1 Ordinance of the City of Hartford Ky DnliirlDK It Hf tM Hry t open n Miwt from Clay to nrln The City Council of the city of Hartford do ordain as follows Sec 1 That it is necessary for the proper accommodation of the citizens of said city and the traveling public that a street be opened and from play street to Main street beginning at a point on said CaStreet between the R B Martin lot No and the R E L Sim t 2 MISS GENEVIVE MAY CATARRH OF STOMACH CURED DY PERUNA Misg Gencvivo May 1317 S Meridian St Indianapolis Ind High School Alumni Aisn writesePcruna Is the finest regulator of a disordered stomach I have ever found It certainly deserves high praise for It Is skillfully prepared Iwvasina terrible condition from a neglected case of catarrh of the stomacfc My food had long ceased to bo of any good and only distressed me after eat- Ing r I was nauseated had heartburn 1 and headaches and foil rundown com pletely But In two weeks after I took 7 Puruna I was a changed person A few bottles of the medicine made a great change and in three months my stomach was cleared of catarrh and entire system in a better condlUon- G1nevivo May Write Dr Hartman President of The Hnrtman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio for free medical advice All corres jtulence held strictly confidential merman lot No and frthenceSouth over the land of the J A Thomas heirs to Main streetnear the residence ofW B Render and that it is necessary to appropriate as trip or portion of land 50 feet wide and about 500 feet long belonging to said Thomas heirs for said purpose Sec 2 All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed Approved July 5 isOo ROWAN HOIBnOOK Mayor Attest S A ANDERSON Clerk CERALtJuly bJohn Durham and daugh ter Willie visited relatives in Curds ville the first of the week J B Blackburn and wife are visiting relatives in Evansville L P Fulkerson visited relatives near Farrist Sunday Messrs Charley and Bill Evenly have gone to the Indian Territory Miss Mottle Wood is visiting in Ceitral City Quite a crowd from here atended the reunion at Rochester the 4th Mrs Ida Withrow Fairest visited her sister Mrs C B Everly last week ltttttat asrl- srrAlierS What are your friends saying about you That your gray hair makes you look old P And yet you are not forty I Postpone this looking old HairVigor Use Ayers Hair Vigor and restore to your gray hair all the deep dark rich color of early life Then be satisfied Ayere nalr Vigor rcitorerf the ntnral to II rAlot Im greatly- iteased baa E J VAaoeCAU Ueehalilenllle 5T- silo abeltie jcAVKttco All dunltfor lflw ll 11IDark Hairri tr I MONSTER ANIMALS Stshted and PIiotogr lied in Minnesota holy Specimen of its Kind in tue World Resembles the Hippopotamus I onductor Smith a descriptive litfir to the diipatch mpondent vy The monster hogpe which has for years past ben the terror If the CAM Lake and Bfftnidji small byP and which I recently succeeded u ea curing n picture f after aev rid weeks of patient work at the utonmry lair of the brute is a long lurky ungained bc iied monster witha head similar t that of a hip f ixitams only horned The lbtck It the hogag is ribbtdun lined wit notruding spikes abjut 14 inches in length whichextend clear to the tip of the long broomstick tnil Two 11 mater horns about fight hfchtai in i ameter at their base and sharp ns nedle points at their tips some IS Kiohes from the head f the animal lend a ferociousnti to the brutes appearance which is awfu tojbehold when angry the hIgot shakes the iad savagely aui shrubs and trees n ithin range of the horns ar lashed to shreds When in motio- j1 n hogug assumes a Miit somewhat nilnr to the lope of n kangaroo Tho rear feet hate three protrud tttr claws some six inches in lentos iml agaharp as an tagels talons The fore feet are ah equipped with mt6n like claws but the joint is newhat shorter and the first joint I higher upon the limb than it is in the rear portion of the beasts mutt my One very peculiar feature of he hogags physique 1 a luck of one +ye There are two sockets and a hen the beast is di zingit would ap tar as if tWo eyes served usual pur poso When aroused however the sight orb doe nutopen and it i toto drought that in som battle with Viiste of the forest or with man that tle animal has lost the member Pone eye which serves is about e size of a quart dipper bottom mil of a deep red during the day trne and a glowing green at night N far as can be ascertained it is be vod that the anuaui iIf neither sx and that it is they ulle in exis L nee of its particular spectra In h hits and dietit is nh nesemblos j rliinocerous and makes it appear iTtT in the open but wictla year iie in the full and again in the ring Peojile wh pyre seen the alimal at night andjt Iof its horri ie apptuirante hlfiIwlievetl in tine and never before has the 1tmI t I the beasts existence been acv Vly credited by rthonng j enple Cast Lnke and ifiiidjl Long ries have Utn written about the Ii posed myth but my picture se red after wtHls if vigil at the it mails ctutomwy haunts has wt i e t all doubt t tit the rwdity of Vie yarn und the N xistern r of the W A company ma ba rganixed at a s Lake for the purpfise of eradi rng till community of the prtsc 0teof the betttt and ae well 110 of the hillllt umuffcnient millt jideshow freaks ever hettrd in t hlt 1t orld Certainly if the hogag isItnptured and plaed upon exhibition t r will be na better freak of na r in tb iiHisruir of time country I e feroeiotiifiinture of the beast i pver wit make the undertaking viulv hat ardltus and if the PIGhis undrriaken live wit be i 1 tho rapture S fir Sur known Icttet ontentwlnNfwith jtIlitt grain giss i evil fish and sn nut moloittil eauIrv human 114t Iunleste A Smooth aggravate Artlclo I iiwi ymf flna i tiece+ ary ittt flitch Hazel HaiVf It iI iurost and b fr SOl es i r s Bull listen Blind BlaetlltJ Ittkiny or 1 ludinJr 10the genuine Ue4Vitls Witch i I Salve SIdt 7 Wayne oin era in Ftc of 5li tTooterIl t t3endof this For ham Texas iHnJs in the fiiljwing Nithyi- e MavYttph which nag fully as rth HH poetry in if milchI 1 u Lt y nr Ie to lor i aide your little htn theixa lIut1T i rut in ten short lay3 will cy 1 0 T1 iltl who t se trlm 1 plows all day and the man who keeps I a humping is the roan who makes it pay The man who advertises with short and sudden jerks is the mat who blames the editor becuu it never works The man who Jets the business has a long and steady pull mid keeps his trade and pap from year to year quite full He plans his advertisement in a thought fur honest way and keeps forever flt it until he makes it pay He has faith in all the future can withstand a bankrupt shock and like a man of Scripture has business on a rock Greatly In Demand Nothing is more in demand than RI medicine which merle modern re quirements for a blood and system cleanser such as Dr Kings Now Life Pills They are just what you need to cure stomach and liver trou tiles Try them At Z Wayne GrifHnC Inns drug store guarnn teeth in IBI6 DEER Leaped on a Car of a Flying Freight Train To Escape From a Hound Illxllrl r yml A deer story tomes from Thetford a small village on the PI division of time Busman and Railroad IuhwIi eA freight train north bound was running easily down a slight grade after leaving Thetford when the en gineer heart above the wise of the lo comotive the sharp haying ofa hound He slowed down a little as he was approaching a woodedcut as lit believed a dog was driving cots toward the track As the train neared the fringe o the wood the engine driver caught a glimpse of a big doe heading straigth for the cut Evidently she was be jug chased by the hound and know ing that she would not stop at any thing and fearing that he could not stop his train he opened the throttle and shot ahead He was trying get by ahead of the due but the animal was too fleet of foot bud as the train shot through the cut both engineer and fireman were astonish ed to see the doe leap on an open flatcar Keep her going until Ican get back to her shouted the firmna- who hail already begun to scramble over the tender Keep up speed and she wont jump The engineer opened the throttle another notch and the train Nassau bumping along at the rateof ti0I mils an hour In the mean tim the conductor and rear breakeman whose attention had been attracted by the inereusvd speed climbed to the top of the caboose to ascertain the reason and saw the doe franti rally running up and down the carI She peered over first one side alldI then the other and as it was 1laillj that she was going to jump anyhow the conductor signaled the engineer to slow down The engineer put on the brakes and n the trainmen alie11Asrifled animal sots her new danger she passed forward over three flatI ars with such force that she fell floor This was the signal for would be captors and the threlII were soon on top of her They care not to injure the doe hut she was not so considerate The roar brakemnn was kicked in theI stomach the conductor received Flack eye and the fireman was cutI about the legs by the deers sharp i oofs They lined just succeeded in getting rope around the animals shout lor and were waiting for the train come to a full stop when the deer a final supreme effort to lIcape and leaped between the and flat oar An instant later huts iwk was broken When the train riimlly camo to a stand tho carcass vas loaded aboard and taken to Lyn whore the matter was ro to State fish and Game WarI den Thomas TIll trainmen said that they intened to liberate the deer but first wanted the fun of catching it Ihreu Good and Just Reasons Them are three reasons whymothc Ii prefer One Minute Cough Cure First It is absolutely harmless Sec at slid It taster good children love it It cures Coughs Croup and Cough when other remp lis fail Soldlr Z Wayne Grifiin Brr In LARGEST HERD Of Wild Animals in the World Is setthe Wyoming Band of i 32000 ElksII eruxhraro+ raJ The largest herd of with annuals in the United States nnd probably I in the world ic the great bindof elks which winters in the lowland of Jnekaons Hole District Wyo ming There are ontimated to be sotto 82000 head ofelk j in the band The irtuuwhn have given this estimate are wellknown rancher and cattle men rcowboys i owners oflsheep and stock land Their estimate routes pretty close to being a correctIsne i i During the severe winters in Wyo i miner when the elk driven by the I hitter cold and heavy snows up j pronch almost to their vory doors they have unusual opportunities for observing this great lien of magnif icent animals HullIlJi1trij lUlllijtlYthe constant surveilance of two LallIcany IHU tion of it strays into the district over which they have authority In the summer time the herd is wide scattered over an extent of country j the ratios of which is more than l 500 miles embracing a territory of virginal beauty and primeval gran deur ColnraiSthe few which stray into Utah frill fat the hands of the Ute Indians The elk which wander too far from the home are not killed in the umI met but in the late By far the larger fallIherd which is in Jacksons Hole passes the summer in the timbered heights in Teton troa Ventre and Shoshone Moon twins the Rig Horn Basin theYeli lowstone National Park and even in free range near the settlement uf Jackson itself One gentleman rev really counted a hen of Stet flk within two and a half milts of Jack sonI11Within the last five years the elk have decreased lSOO in numhcr This alarming decrease is due as much to time restriction of their na mural range as to tittfllts of sportsmen Indians or commercial hunters who it is often alleged have pursued the herd it order to pro the muchprized elks teeth for a certain fraternity In severe win or weather a great n iniber of elk perish from starvation Itather than venture to the lower pastures they flounder through the deep snOS of the mountains browsing from the buds of birch and quacking aspen A thaw followed by severe cull weather makes a heavy crust thft provos the undoing of the en aciatetl Ilk Their progrvss beI- I copies so difficult ns to prevent the animal from obtaining sufficient d j It M often incorrectly stated that browse on sheaves of pine and 1elk If this were the ruse they would never starve for their range abounds in Conifers Very few elk are pulled down by wolves cougalsI or other wild animals in remain in the mountain altitudes long after the deep snows have drier j nwajIj touched carcasses of starved elk I Elk are far and free travelers j They have not that strong love of locality which characterixcH most members of tho deer tribe andIwhen they utce get under way swing over the roughest ground and through dense forests uf pine UlImountains covered with impenetrable brush and windfalls at almost time pace oft locomotive t The big herd in Jacksons Hole is uCconsiderable source of income till the residents of that country andas I such it is as carefully guarded as is possible basso wildmud rugha re C gianI i lkIPIeThey do not possess the instinctive unning of most member of the deer tribe One will sometimes see band laboriously pawing the snow for pasture in some dHtvelld valley while the summit and hog i backs 1rw11 been blown 1111 by wind Deer horses and seen thej exhibit a keener teas L in t respect Only erratic methods of travel1and habits of migration to gether with their tendency to re thejtime existence of a large hand poi ble until now IIndigestion Gored no case of Ipdigostiwi Dyspepsia or Stomach Trouble that will not yield to the digestive and strengthening influence of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure This remedy takes the strain off the stomach by digest hug what you eat mud allowing it to- rt+ st until it grows strong again Kabul Dyspepsia Cure affords attic and permanent relief from Indiges tiun nail all Stomach troubles builds up the system and so purifies that disease can not attack and gain a foothold as when in a weakened condition Sold by 7 Wayne Griffin fi Hro m Corroborated Mrs BillVon My husband is real ly the neatest nom I ever saw1- Mr Hangs should say he wits You ought to see the way he cleaned me up Sickening Shlvering Fits jof Ague and Malaria can be reliev BittersITII111ltinl benefit in malaria for it exerts a true curative influence on the disease driveintr it entirely out of the system It is much to he pre ferred to Quinine having none of this drugs bad aftereffects K S Munday of Henrietta Tex writes My brother was very low with ma tookjAt Z Wayne GriffinBros drugstore price fine guaranteed Ahead There But said the boys mother isnt there anything in school in which you excelled Sure replied the hart hoy i male more blunders than any of the othersCASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of j i C rlglnal U nrlvulcd M uulcul B Hllltint I ttractlvo I Ir1ulIIIII Mmu xrl I IIxaxaIleutll II IIiIIUIIIIl II BUYDIAAlONDSWITHCOrYS Early Trades in Africa Had Unique Systems of Disposing of Precious Gems South AfricnV first diamond aril paid fur in cows Tin story is Said by Joseph B Robinson one fhe wealthy pinneor = uf that country In ISSII lie gslight oxen gulla wagon loaded with sugar KIIIto bacco to n native in exrlmrw ff a stlrltlIkthrough rourtry silo that a white man was Vivng away wagons amxiixii fur bits f stone ho says I set RllthIa tives who came to work to sttk fr diamonds on one side cf the Vaal river mill I brought uj my own M men to hunt for diamonds anu i g the Imsho mill scrub n the other side of till rtivam I had bought the Innd on both silks uf the riv r so that I wtw working II my nN n property Next morning I1t Silt rmg when I wnn having my iiillW I was Startled by a iwud huh i 511111 oiiig and looking out Isaw time whole Kane of my men rushing toward me in a state of wild excitement One of theta had found a dia mond of good size they all hud come to nee what I would do with it Vhnt will you give me for if nuitl the finder I will jlitlU ten cows I replied and writ the mall into the herd to take his pick lie markets ten of the Iwst cows HH hie swim The men Imil never drowned of making ucha Imrgntn Ten cows for n bit nf stone Off they went again and found IlialnIevery day Tlivy became rich and I accumulated good store of precious stones After we had acciiinmulateil a large quantity we decided we had better send them to JUidon We made n belt full of ntnall pocket in each of which we placed a diamond When the hilt was fishes my jmrtner girded it about his lx dy and started for Tape Town IK never took MF the belt until he reached London And it teas in this way the first run sigmrtnt of Afruitn diamondlsreach id L ndn 12 to 65 of band solos otc It Is an of rII IIStIrIIllfhUIIIIOMlf MMnII MuluISIII nIIIlxIIIIau511lIIlIMI1 IIIII has ever itI can ever surpass it For rrlre A Ior All and Cure Lung Troubles Monty back If It fob Trial Bottler free 4 r bitthrn mnt ftwvtucrv aT t t red bo t t r+ isr ii lUuerni j i imoolhot ee r r irtfi I ittf tt fc llltbowtllii r t f It air i4 EAT EM LIKE lrnt r rt Tat nod e IHxt SerN fc w A s IftlerI so I 10 rmiTki Wr r t rtli nrU 15l 1 t- ltoqh lb A4rc i- Sttrllnf Rcmttf Comoini Chicago or New Terk HOIJGol RV t COt ahY- I NMII MADE Disc porfootly orchestra quartettes ondloBs amusomont leu- ro Sx11IIMIlr11x1MIxIxlulnlIxlnalx Nothing equalled Nothing Dr Kings Discovery VINHlMFTIOV THE- BOWELS IrroubnNIC nlIJf LflCANDY CAND- Yrtus KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN TELEPtlOtc MIK r iitf i I UII hiii f4 iMtt ir F n t i tlMr ii InIi irIr vur lIed huua tort own irI + IIrlelt v tth the u h i IT stet ho Inrrn p iinl ntTirriiiU iy 1 tMVint M rv riHa lr tram li ll Ktm b River TrkttbrnH Ctr i r they will lir nl tlir whom rt Seer t mirat i Wrr nnrt wit I I lr- rfrYn trnl roI t- II Ytp T tl re iiaitnrd1t t paper for at this of cheap v Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsami Natures priceless specific for Colds Whooping Cough Bronchitis and Sore Throat dnigfitsuAmerican 1 Grand Prizo Ste Louis 804 Columbia fSraphophones f + ss v vw V s SSST TALKING MACHINES IBESTMachines 75Oto1OO Machines 0I0Tho Graphophono rcproduoos all kinds music violin tivocal and 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to death cbya mob of masked white men with Gin 200 yards of the center of tin town Nine men were carried to the scene of the lynching but one mira- I t culotisly escaped death by faillin to the ground when the volley wu fired and feigning thus he had been f40 killtil Four of the prisoner were chargei with being implicated in the murder f of Holbrook and him wife several weeks ago and one wits held for nn attempted criminal assault TIll others wore in jail on minor misde meanor charges The mob formed quietly just after midnight and marched in order to tin jail whore tin keys were do mandfd of the jailor The demand was made at the point of drawn rifle std pistols and the jailer quickly realized that rcrintaiice was out of tIll question With time keys in its possession the mob opened nil the culls ordered the trembling inmates out and then lined the men up in single file tieinj 1 + them securely with ropes The prisoners nine in number were marched to corner lot within 200 yards of the jail and in the the very heart of the town where they were hound to a fence with their hands tied behind them TIll work had been so luittI dom that the sleeping rtaidifnts of the- M Ifstown had not Item aroused At n command by the leader the p ooh stepped back a few paces took deliberate aim ami fired a wally from rules shotgun and pistols into the line of prisoners Every man in frontof the mob full at the first volley Believing its workfihad been manic complete the mob quietly dispers al- An examination by the jailer who had been forced by the mob to accompany it to the scene of the uxe cution showed that seven of the men had been riddled by the bullets hut Joe Patterson was found to have been only slightly injured Patterson escaped death as by II miracle for the fence post to which he had been hound was torn into fragments by the bullets He poss used the presence of mind to a fall with his illfated companions and N remain motionless upon the ground The rattle of the volley aroue l the sleeping town Scores of citi zens sprang from their beds not knowing what had happened The wildest excitement prevailed and half clad men and women hurriedly 4 left their homes to investigate Their eyes fell upon a gruesome spectacles Eight men seven color ed undone white were lying upon 4 I their faces their bodies ragged the bullet wounds und blood and brains IIl1llhtctionsI has been I variously estimated The jailer de Jl dares that there were many armed metvall wearing masks who appear ed suddenly at the jail door i Gaining admission to the jail the I mob first sought for Sandy Price who was arrested late yesterday af ternoon by a posse of forty citizen j I of Oconee county and delivered to 7thejailer L t Fishing by telephone An English papcY reports that a Norwegian has invented a telephone by which the noise made by fish in the depths of the sea ran be heard r The instrument consists of a micro phone in a hermetically sealed steel box It is connected with a tele phone on shipboard by electric wires each sound in the water being intensified by the microphone The in or i ventor asserts that with its aid the presence of fish and approximately their number and kind can be I Jrecognized When herring or small fish are encountered in large numbers j they make a whistling noise and the sound made by codfish is more like howling If they come near the submarine telephone their A motion can be distinguished The r r drrkF1 K asSF LF7lA c a aGs3tn r racked up by over third of a century of tetimknlilc rccordjIrrruedy for the diseases andI weaknesses t e collar to women ever attained the and makers I of Dr Ilerc ii Favorite Prescription net feel holly warranted in offering in money of the United Statestor nny cne of I ucorrhca emote Weakness Prolapsu4 or FnlllnlC womb which they cannot CIIK All they ak Is a fair end reanonable trial of their mean of cute No other medicine than Dr fierce Ia votite Pre iptinti could possibly win 01lt118 the olnlC goes on such a propo i tlonj but they know whereof they speak They have the most remarkable record of cuter made by this world famed remedy ever placed to the credit of any prepare non especially designed for the cure or woman peculiar ailment Tlda wonder fug rerued therefore stands absolute alone ni the onlv one possessed of such unrivaled properties ns to fully warrant Its tmker iu publishing the remarkable offer above made inhe utmost good faith A short time ago I was almost dead with- nenaaprostration ctueral dehllitv ami fcmali t7Pirgtulaer IndrpciKlent rUer of Oood Templ r Dr Iierces JA1 rile Prescription was recommended to me an a sure cure and I found this to be securiugonethink there Is one sate and sure cure oflrreil them lor their trmiMen I adviie every sick and MJfTrrlng woman tostop spending monr and vmttinic time with lector prescription when a few bottles of your remedy is sure tu nile I am the happy mother of two children boy aged sixteen and girt right years yotIntelligencepound which he as HiKxl becan c he make it himself Dr Iiercen Favorite Prescription has stood the test of time and experience Tho t sands stink well of il because tbousandi have been cured by il Chow of water through the gills produces a noise similar to the labored breathing of a quadruped and the motion of the this produces a dull rolling sound Do You Want Strength If you want to increase your strength you must add too and take from the physical In other words the food you eat must be digested assimilated and appropriated by the nerves blood und tissues before before being expelled from the intestines Kodol Dyspepsia Cure adds to the physical It gives strength to and builds up strength in the hUe man system It is pleasant to the taste and palatable and the only combination of digestants that will digest the food and enable the S Stem to appropriato allof its health and strengthgiving qualities Sold by Z Wayne Griffin lire m Costly Hats for Men Talking about expensive hats said a prominent hat dealer the most costly hat that was ever made was presented to General Grunt while in Mexico in 1882 It cost 1500 in gold It is now in the Na tional Museum at Washington Panama hats used to be fre quently sold as high as 500 each I i emember selling four hats at that price in a single day in 1872 but such hats are no longer to be obtain tninitl The most expensive Pana ma I have sold in years was bought by a banker of this city last week for 100 It was the last flue Pana ma hat in stock Such hats are still worn by the hidalgos in South Amer ica They are not node in Panama but got the name because that city was formerly the greatest market for them The finest hats come from Peru They are made of the fiber of the pith or pineapple plant which is as soft and pliable as silkand some of them are made so fine that they can be folded up and carried In ones vest pocket A Grim Tragedy is daily enacted in thousands of homes as death claims in each one another victim of Consumption or Pneumonia But when Coughs and Colds are properly treated the tragedy is averted F G Huntley of Oklandon Ind writes My wife had the consumption and three doctors gave her up Finally she tpok j Dr Kings New Discovery I for Consumption Coughs and Colds which cured her and today she is well and strong It kills the germ of all diseases One lose relieves Guaranteed at 50c and 100 by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist Trial bottle free a n Sure Of One Thfpg Are you happy now t t you are rich asked the oldtime friend I dont know its I am happy answer Mr Cumrox but Im dead sure Im not as discontented as I would bu if i was broke CdI TdRtABran the j4TMW TM UlS WwifJ Boat slgaattne eI eLti DEATH AT LAST Claims Secretary of State John Hay One of the Ablest Diplomats of the Nation Dies in New Hampshire Newbury N It July 1Secre tiiry of State John Hay died at an early hour this morning His death occurred at his summer home which islu bury The death of Secretary Hay win entirely unexpected to all with the possible exception of his physicians and some members of his family The seriousness of his condition was realized by his physicians only quite recently and the reports previously given out of his condition were most encouragcing He had appeared tube gaining in strength and had rest ed quite comfortable His condition regarded as so favorable that it was expected he would be able to sit up by the end of the week On account of the belief that he was improving his physicians did not remain with ScudderImade a trip to Boston In the death of Hay the nation- loses one of its greatest diplomats Secretary Hay has been in poor health for sometime He returned only last week from a trip through Southern Europe made for the ben efit of his health It was thought when he returned to Washington that he was very much improved und there were mutiny expressions ofgrat itication that he was again at his post of duty He become ill again and left Washington n few days ago for i NewberryJohn was born ih Salem Ind October 8 1838 He was graduated from Brown University and settled in Illinois as a lawyer but has been in political life since the outbreak of the war between the states In 1861 he went to Washington as one of President Lincolns private secreta ries acting also as his aidedecamp He served under Generals Hunter Gilmore with the rank of major and I adjutant general He was subse quently in the United States diplomatic service and was stationed at various times at Paris Vienna and Madrid The last diplomatic posi sition held by Mr Hay was that of ambassador to England to which he was appointed in 1597tIn the following year 1898 Hay was made Secretary of State He was reappointed as Secretary of State by President Roosevelt and was serving in this capacity at the time of his death Mr Hay was a literary man of considerble repute His principal literary reputation restson a book of poems called Pike County Eallads and a life of Abraham Lincoln Ik wrote also a book of other works Spoiled Her Beauty Harriet Howard of 209 W 84th St New York at one time had her beauty spoiled with skin trouble She writes I had Salt Rheum or Eczema for years but nothing cured it until I used Bucklens Arni- ca Salve A quick and sure healer for cuts burns and sores 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drugstore The Difference- Do you see much difference be tween Americans and Englishmen a handsome spoiled English Guards man is said to have asked a sparkling American girl newly arrived in London societyOh was her quick reply Over there the men admire us here we are expected to admire you They say the astonished soldier al most fell off his chair at the unexpectedness of it SUIPORT scorrs EMULSION Km u a bridge to wry than weakened sad starred iy Um along until U CMI fled erne support rn ordinary fM Send for ln UMfU SCOTT IIO NK CJmliU 4o411PeatiStreet MtwYoih we u i all droggku I 4 v11I c Jh HARVEST HANDS KIDNAPED Farmers Waylay Tram In Kansas And Seize Men Sent Elsewhere i j Kansas with all the winter wheat growing region of the nation is now in the throes of the burning of the crop Lack of hands is one of the great obstacles Many sections have trouble of this character but kid typing of hands has not yet been resorted to as in the following from the Kansas City Times Lost Between Kansas City and Pratt Kan a herd of 17t harvest hands Were last seen on a Rock Island train going West They wore overalls and hickory hats Indications now are that they also had jump ersLiberal reward for capture land return to farmers at Pratt i 1 guess I will have to lock the doors barricade the windows and tell engineers to do like that old Commanche Indian Shut eyes and run like hell if I get any farm hands out to Pratt It appears to me that a harvest hand cant cross the State line before some farmer hunts him down and gathers him in I wonder if its holdup or bribery1 Boodling somewhere- A n Jamison superintendent if the State Free Employment Bureau said recently while ho was worrying away with telephone calls telegraph messages and letter mail from Pratt Kan one of the towns in the wheat belt 27 i miles west of here I have started 175 men to Pratt II Mr Jamison said and it appers that farmers have met them at points along the way and taken them from the trains Reports from Kansas say that when trains stop in the little stations the crop owners rush into the cars and ifa harvest hand is in sight they collar him Its all over with his railroad ride They make quick terms and by the time trains get towards the western central part of the State theres not one left on the train- I have a letter from T B Gerowr director of the free employment pf fice at Topekawhich says he is meet ing with the same trouble How ever Gerow is trying a little game on the quiet He is going to start some crowds from Wichita and Hutchinson try andslip them through It may work Gerow says Pratt wants a hundred men a1 day for seven days He sent me a list of places near there where nearly 2000 men are wanted immediately About 150 men were sent from I here recently They scattered to different sections of the State Near ly all were farmers although a few had never been inside a wheat field One crowd of five came from Louisville Ky The eldest of these was twentyone years old All w redressed in fashionable clothing hid their trousers carefully creasedwore patent leather shoes and one had a Panama hat They told Mr Jamison they wanted to toughen up and tfet brown vL1 tiT C niABean teeiht KM Yoj Have Always Bcttf- lBlgnatu 1141c- f clu Secret of Japanese Success The secret of Japanese success and Russia failure in the recent conflict I in the far East has been traced by Dr Geo M Gould of Philidelphia I to the home conditions of each coun Gouldlrious in this war for they are the healthiest people on the face of the earth Their system of housebuild jug even among the poorest classes is a model of sanitation And it is no wonder that the Russians with their disgraceful system of home sanitation have been unable to with i ravages of disease and the hardships by which the Japanese are unaffected From Dr Goulds point of view the Americans would stand a poor chance in a conflict with the Japanese for even in the homes of the wealth foe says dwellings are constructed and conducted in direct coitravation of the laws of nature as regards pure air and sunlight Inherited I Settlement Worker What a well behaved little boy he is j The Burglars Wife And lie comesby it natural mum his poor father never failed tohavea sentence t reduced owing to good bedavior I UngthcStomachsandBowelsor AYceclablcPreparalionforAs l1tcFoodand c ula j 111 Iness I Remedy I SlolnachDiarrhocaWormsConvulsioiisFeverishc I ness and Loss OF SLEEP J iJ Facsimile Signature or I u NEW YORK l EXACT cQBY01r WRAPPER = The Kind Have ghi Bears For Pile Cure The Biggest of the Age Whj nllern the jiaim llvlnsr death All ease Piles cured tijr n surgical operation loot you would rather have IMIrn t cnrrd without the knife 1OSlTIVErili tTHK will dolt lludoonl by the f LrlteharldlbartnacalCoInc For sale by rJH WILLIAMS Hartford Ky A BUSINESS malt youug wotimu why win in life This being conceded of fret tot your iriinini time dchoold that in tbe very trout rank BRYANT Business College- N Cor SeconcJ and Walnut St3 Ky BOOKKEEPING teacher each one n special SHORTHAND Ut in hii lino Write for a beautilul book giving TYPEWRitiNG Iroin occupying prominent pifi1uin NIIvvr rho lJ1 steit will he mailed to you FREE ScliodJ pea a Ilh j ear IiI Ifirsi can filer any tiran E vJ Provident uykvN xwvwAv AWVAAW x r- HUMMMKvrK7kMr llbUIIf teem alter 9aolne tor them an eorlibU repoUtloa FreeIteJIM v lu tn nu lli hratlegth proper of arru n Beau oatsmmusakmeu You ibould bvllOuJ lavatump to cunr poeute tratLEADERSI m- w osrrr11 Lr 11 e sar- tn i4 It I fl nnlmi1 J STEVENS ARMS TOOLCO IO UHICV CIlICOrtK KAUA MASS C9 A RE 1 1JB141 CAN is to do your Job ill a first class manner H CASTORIA For Infants and Children You AlvJay a tIfSignatureof InH 0 Use Over Thirty Years CASTORIA Harris Positive Seller litranesiteureeomplettIyaodatums It ol ot run be HAKIIIH SIS SS IIor wmiM siiceeM it ic iiniiciriance at stand STRATTON E Loulsvlllo Seven experienced irMiimtiisiit graduated at WRIGHT n sad Ui won but hf rare tMr 10 til nu lor rti Ll ens and THE prepared Printing1 r t ot Low One wa- Colonit y Rates Vio Big Four Route I To- CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON OREGON IDAHO i MONTANLa UTAH nnd InteriMCcUnle tcrrtOiv rlclcet on t3ulu tclt 1 to May For full information and partc1 Iqrs as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned WAUHliN It IYMII II It T1c- lncutaniI K IIATKS ItutrHl AKcii- tliulHtillu Ky Ohio I 1 n Co do Dyspepsia aCuaIDlgD3tS what you ++Io+i+++++ +++++ Joo + +40++ artf FEMAClRAi1Iu rcniillM for Fcmnlo Ulesaeee pn on the market bnt tbf onlj nor that Co boa proven to loll nn iibioluta and posture cure for Ml forma of Female Trouble Ii 0 FIUIcUIIA Ailoil trial will tourlnce the must ek ptleal oJ Hu nmot ml trlltnloll cnratlf tioweri Medaonly bjr the LEITCUJELD 1IUR ACAL CO liarFurby 4 i J H WILLIAMS Hartford K- yyof ++++ +++ tttt+ +++v +++811 ++i+e3e oe +e- t1 tr Hartford Republican iMtioil bjr the narttunl lnlollhlD Cumlh ixrnnpnHAYKiil C i NM1T1I d II r TI =r QI3- cuzncrn 34 Rough S7r N2 FRIDAY JULY 7 REPUBLICAN TICKET FOIl JtIJmi1IST Tin CHARLES C BEARD Frill IorNTY JlIHIK W B TAYLOR TOIl rOtNTY COUNT ilKHK- V S TIJfSLEY FOR fOfSTY ATTOHXU- YKM WOODWARD Foil SHOUT R B MARTIN run JUIKK OSCAR MIDKIFF I KOIt flIKIUSTEMiKXT OK SCHOOLS JAMES M DEWEESE rou ASSBSSOU SAM W LEACH IIIH SIIIEOH NATHANIEL MOXLEY KOIt COKOXKK JERmIEALLEN FOR MAGISTRATE I llurtloril Dlntrlrt Xoi Set nominiitcl- i Cromwell DUtrlctW Millar I a Snlphur Spring W+ trlrtW S liwin I Fiirdnvlll Dlntrlct Sam Edge 6 llntunl District Xcit yrt nuintrmtr1 IVntrrtovtn MKtrlct llerlwrt Itnulfr 7 Kiwkport lUntrlrt Not yet nnrulniit r FOR CONSTABLE- I I llnrtliinl IIItrletlut ft noinlnutnl t Cromwell IitrIetIL M Young S Sulphur SprlniM 1IIItIIIIIr lllilklff I turiUrllle inntriit B Redden S llnturd Dlntrlrt Xotyrtnoinlniitnl- i IVntertown IlatrlctW II 11111 7 KIM Icport District Xot yet nutnluatr- dANNOUNCEMENT WH are authorized to unnonncK If MILKS or the oitltv nt Miiclntrntf ot the llurkport line trrlnl IiUtrirt mibjHit to the action of the lie lalldlean putty Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us OscAn is still king in Sweden but he looks like a deuce in Nor wayIN ALL probability Japan will not fix upon the cash indemnity until she gets a better idea of how much the Czar can borrow gradualrnosing for high salaried positions while Kansas harvest fields are going to waste for want of reapers THERE were 413 cases of lockjaw reported in New York after thelast fourth Report from Tuesdays fatalities has not been received IT WILL be necessary for the peace Commissioners to bring their own commissary supplies Washington dealers do not handle either vodkaf or sahka Ma BRYAN takes the floor to remark that the Democrats cannot serve both the people and the trusts They dont seem to be very busy serving eithelIGOVERNOR FOLK of Iissou ri says Laws are made to be obeyed Breathitts assassination society is wondering where Governor FolkI got all such foolishness IF Mr Wallace had only taken the precaution to have said that he loft his isthmian duties because he erclthisIT is said that fullone half of this years lady graduates are wi gaged to be married A girl has no trouble in becoming engaged as sow as she is educated sufficiently to ram a living for two 1lmamicably settled gigantic coal strikes e and foreign wars without the leastI seeming difficulty is now laboring under the onerous task of deciding 1 whether it shall be Pittsburg or Pittsburgh IT is ivjuTUvl iin in the Ohio J- Ird1ta + hf r vlts have been imkmg aloft f It money In view Liver and Kidneys It Is highly Important that tbese organs should properly perform their functions j When they dont what lameness of the side and back what yellowness of the skinI what constipation bad taste In the mouth sick headache pimples and blotches and loss of courage tell the story The great alterative and tonic HoodsSarsaparilla Gives these organs vigor and tone for the proper performance of their functions and cures all their ordinary ailments Take It of the fact that there are thirteen bankers in that prison it is clear tha naturally they would be active in l money matters IT IS understood that government officials expect the new 20 bills the unusually popular We don see why they will be any more popu lar than the old ones They are all good and it matters not whether the are old or new just so theyare twentiesISULPHUR SPRINGS July tFarmers are about doneI cutting wheat and oats and cornJ Mitchell and James F Ma gan will start out with their thresher next week Misses Laura and Esther Johnson spent the day with Miss Effie Mitchell last Wednesday Miss Lula Johnson milliner of Louisville is spending the vacation months with her parents Mr and Mrs John D Johnson of Sulphur SpringsDr S Bean of Olaton who has been out West for the past six weeks has returned and is at his same old stand ready to answer callsIMrs T F Johnson is visiting her sisterinlaw Mrs Mary Daniel this weekIt was reported last week thatI Cecil Thompson had accepted a po sition in a drug store in Warren county It was a false report He was only oil on vacation he has re turned and is assisting his father in the drug store and post ofticeIQuite a large crowd visited at Sulphur Springs last Sunday after noon DeWftts JMXV Salve For Pilosi Burns Soros p n CENTERTOWNI July 5Rev E D Boggess filled filled his appointment here Saturday and Sunday- T H Benton Louisville is with us again visiting his family James Curtis Dawson Springs is here visiting his daughter Mrs Tom BallMrs W C Smith Richardsville- is here visiting her son Dr J L SmithD Smith Owensboro and Mrs Will Newbolt and daughter Hartford were pleasant visitors to the family of H H Davis this week Morton Williams Beaver Dam is visiting Arville Ross John Gray Rison Ark is here visiting his family Jesse Warden succeeded in taking two large catfish from his trotline this week one weighed fiG pounds the other 25 U S Faught has moved to our townA B Rowe and son of Luzerne came home last week on a short visit Ollie Haskins Vincennes Ind is visiting his brother W C Has kinsEdwin Rowe and wife West Point lire here visiting the family of Rob inson Ashby Mrs JT3 Coifman and son of Coffman were here this week visit ing E H James who is very sick Mrs G E Everly McLean county visited Mrs W E James of this place last Mondays Jesse Hill Earl Davis Dr M M Dexter and W E Ashby were in Ill Beaver Dam last Sunday t- lJB Stogner and son Will are on the sick list J B Ward and family visited friends in Nocrcek settlement last Saturday an Sunday I Rev B F Jenkins will confer the astern Star on all entitled to re it Friday before the 3rd Sun willirthoFaiIIaythe above work c TOiiXA I eau theiA9 KM You Hare Alwys oeItII SJ Kouro of rr I THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the Countryfief j Items I The excessive heat which has been prevailing throughout Europe has caused more than 100 deaths in Ger many where a temperature of 107 gym the shade his been reached at midday t w f dispatchestManchuria Gen Linevitch reports that he destroyed one Japanese bat talion near Samaitse July 1 and the inflictedtwhere u advance is said to have been retails cd with over 100 casualties S Secretary Taft left Washington Friday night for the Philippines accompanied by Seven Senators and twenty three members of the House many of them with their wives by Miss Alice Roosevelt General Delis and several other military men andI tby a few newspapermen and other guests The Secretary and his party spend about a month in the IIwill and it will be a busy month for the Secretary who will assist in solving a number of ditficult prob lemsIw r I President Roosevelt has announc ed that he had been notified by Russia and Japan that they had ap pointed plenipotentiaries to the peace conference at Washington and that they would meet in Washington as soon after August 1 as possible Russia has appointed Ambassadors MUravieff and Rosen and Japan hasI named Baron Komura and Minister Takahira These plenipotentiaries- are intrusted with full power to ne gotiate and conclude a treaty of peace subject to ratification by their respective home governments or r Ordinance of the City of Hart ford Ky The City Council of the City of Hartford do ordain as followsII Sec 1 That it shall be be unlaw ful for any person to sell lend give procure for or furnish spirituous vinous or malt liquors or any mixiture of either in the city of ford to any person who is an inebri ate and any one so offending shall upon conviction be fined for each offense fifty dollars Sec 2 All ordinances or part of T ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed Approved Julys 1905 ROWAN HOLIIKOOK Mayor Attest S A ANDERSON Clerk RENDERjul C Haskins and Joe Stogner Centertown were here last Wednesday Mr and Mrs Richard Sidenius of Hartford were here last Wednes day J H Brown of Central City was here last Thursday G L Miller of Cloverport was here last Friday Rev Baggerly of Wysox was here last Friday Prof and Mrs V M Moseley returned from Hancock and Brecken ridge counties last Friday Messrs F 0 Allen and Chas Robinson attended court at Center town last Saturday Miss Pearl Tinsley visited in Cen tertown last week for a few Mrs Hardin Burton went to Horf ton last Saturday Mrs Geo Edwards and Miss Pearl Wnerner went to Rosine last Satur dayMessrs Brown and Chumley of Bevier Coal Co at Clatonwerehere on business last Saturday Iis Mrs P L Neighbors of Herrin arrived here last Saturday to be guest of her parents Mr and Mrs L Francis Tom Gwyn had his leg broken last Saturday night by a horse falling down with him Miss Lucy Doss went to Central- City last Saturday V McDowell Fair spent the day in Hartford last Sunday Ike Harvey spent the day with his family in Leitchfield last Sunday Mrs Mary Himes returned from South Carrollton last Sunday returnedffromis two monthstMessrs Simon Jones and E H Ten Days GreatC- LOTHING REDUCTION I SALE The Greatest Sale of New Stylish Clothing That Hartford flag Ever Yet laid Dont miss it It will save you money A largo stoek of Boys Clothing is included in this sale which began yesterday SAM BACH- Hartford Ky Gwyn were in Hartford yesterday Robert Tharp of Graham was hero yesterdaySeveral from lucre went to Prentis and Horse Branch and Central City today to Spend the 4th Miss Elsie Matthew of Hartford visited Miss Isabel Fair last week Judge It H Wedding Messrs S Anderson raid Jas M DeWeese j Hartford were here yesterday Mr and Mrs Peter lewder Her rin III is visiting here Val T Cool Herrin Ill is visit ng here- In Ed Jones and Mrs II P McDowellare visiting in Herrin llopkinsville1is Tinsley and familyI IIlullOrdinance of the City of HartI tord Ky The City Council of the City of Hartford do ordain as follows Sec1 That the license fee or tax entiteling a person firm or corporation to the privilege of selling byI wholesale spiritous vinous and maltI liquors or any of them in the city of Hartford is hereby fixed at one thousand dollars Sec 21 Alll ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewithare hereby repealed Approved July 5 1905 ROWAN HotimooK Mayor Attest S A ANDERSON Clerk PLEASANT RIDGE July 5A large crew of hands have been at work cutting arid hauling logs for the new Baptist church Quite a crowd of the young people here attended the party at Miss Nora Taylors Saturday night They all report a very pleasant 4 time The work on the telephone exchange 4 is progressing rapidly Mrs J P Sanderfur of Hartford visiting her daughterMrs Shultz Mrs Sue Atherton and daughter and Will Skillman visited Mrs Kate Skillman Saturday and Sunday Mr Taylor of Beaver Dam visited friends here last week Misses Lillie Jessie and Etta Bell visited friends at Andersonville last weekMisses Jessie Small and Georgia Skillman are visiting relatives at NuckolsGeorge Welsh and wife and Mrs Davis visited relatives and friends inPhilp t Tuesday Clayton Williams who has been staying in Hartford for some time at home this week j Kirt Moseley who has been very sick for some time is some better today Itj WiWV f W tJy If Great July- Clearance SalerCLEARANCE O- FShoes and SlippersI- n order to make round for the enormous stock of Peters Shoos which wo are now beginning to receive we intend to dean up as near as possible the ent stock Wo dont intend to miss any sales antShoos if the quality and price have anything to coiwith it Just ask to see them CLEARANCE OF Clothing We have this stock on the lira Moor now and it will pay you to look through whether you are ready t fto buy or not If you think there is duty mistake about us selling S 10 Suits for 5 just come and look as many are doing und you will be surprisedr rand convinced We must sell this stock to make room fir the biggest and most uptodate line of Clothing ever shown in the county CLEARANCE OF Mens Hats hens Hlits will go this month as if they wore given tom Wo have a big line of thom and some choice selections left Dont fail to see then YouIt Ideothatwithout asking to see our Ions Hats e 1 CLEARANCE OF Mens ShirtsYou can look atom show windows and get an ides of what wo can do for you in Shirts Its true wo have a few sill bosoms in this lot hut lust think about 1 and 125 Shirts at 25c and 40v Come iniside und see the full line of Shirts theyre cortainly attractive and up todale- CLEARANCE OF Wash and Dress GoodsI 1 As Readers in these departments as wellas most others we dont believe in carrying any of this stock over so there is only one thing to do and that is to rnakp the markeddown price right Just como and oJseequality and pri- ceLONG Sr COMPANY-At the ECONOMY STORE Hartford Kentucky tin A UVAA A AA Jr ll1M r rJ IJq AA12 jt Providedfor You FairsIn order to make shopping a pleasure during the hot weather you will hind at Fairs a nice cool store plenty good lee water HlIIlt corps of competent salespeople to shun you tho prettiest Ihio of summer wearables in Hartford Corny told make our house your shopping place New Wash Goods We have received from the market the latest fur midsummer welt in Sheer Organdies bout plain and fancy complete lines of Swisses Dimities Ba tint While tooils Etc with a grand assortment of j dainty Laces and Insertions to trim then We are sure wo can please you We invite your inspection Ladies Furnishings Ten doen ladies bleached Ribbed Vests taped neck anti armholes the very kind that you pay 15e for as lung as they lust you can buy them tin IOc j Soe our IMts Neckwear and Fans throe acres j sories to your sum mev outfit that are indispensable Wo have all tho now things in nilof them Pretty I Vash Hells 25e Silk Bells allshttdes lye null J 50c Wash Turnovers Stocks and holey wash Col j lars late desirable styles Iionly 25c A great selection of hens in paper linen andsilk j at pricey running from fie to 75o See our Furnish j ingsalways th newest found i Summer Clothing- A i i line assortment of twopiece homespun Suits i eight shades tho very kind for comfort und style i goods that sell readily for Sur special price 5 i Bargain Basement A place where all can find something useful for i tho honk prices within the reach of atl5c and 10e nothing higher Too many useful things to mention Come and see Wo guarantee that you will bo pleased with our goods and pricey t4 t9i AT J The Bargain Center t4 CiCi 1- 4i Ci Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 7 Illinois Central RailroadTime Table Nitrlli Iliiiiinl- No U dun 40711 in No irMuff230p NoIO dneJ p m Hotilli lloniitl- No121du iUll it in Nu1OI doe iMi m No 111 dor 1140 p m NOTHJK TIIK HKIlnMOAN will print trtv olrnnrsc Memory Notice oblmiirlrM Ilenmlnlionii of Hrprrl EteInthe extent ol RO word All e 0181111111Arllele IjIrj I Special prices to morrow at Fairs rNice Hot Fish at City Restaurant feeds the peopleiHoosier Brown Cotton tomorrow lie at Fairs Ice Pick and Ice Tongs only lOc in Fairs Basement Best Ice Cream and Cakes in town at City Restaurant Burial Caskets for sale by P L Wood Ceralvo Ky42t12 r My My isnt the City Restaurant Ice Cream just fine I Mr I Kinder Livermore called to see us last Saturday i Mr J A C Park Taffy called to see us last Saturday summerjSuit3 L Ladies White Canvass Slippers at Fairs The new Belting and Sash Ribbons at Fairs J T Davis Sunnydale was U pleasant caller Monday Mr J B Dodson Buford wsapleasant caller Monday rMr E G Stewart Beda was a pleasant caller last Saturday Mr 11 F Sharp Narrows was a pleasant caller last Saturday Mr W S Carter Centertown called to see us last Saturday Mr W C Smith McHenry made us a pleasant call last Saturday Tomorrow Fairs warrented fast Black 150 Umbrellas for only 85c Mr B S Chamberlain Nocreek was a pleasant caller last Saturday For Scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College apply at this office Black Birkhead tho liverymen have the nicest Rigs and the best horses Mr F W Pirtle of th J East Hart ford Monday neighborhood called to see us Ineighborhood Saturday I Dont worry and stew over making Ice Cream when you can buy better at City Restaurant Black BirkheadsNew Stable is large enough to accommodate everybody Give them a call I I Just received a big line of Ladies White Dusk Shirt Waist Hats at I Economy Store LONG CoI Y Fairs special prices are all cash nothing charged 89c buys the 50c quality in Black Umbrellas at Fairs You buy for 25c at Fairs the COc quality in Underwear Mr F J Jenny Matanzas called to see us Wednesday m Master Roy Heavrin is the guest of relatives in Louisville J E Mitchcl D riWa a pleasant caller yesterday Esq Ed Massie Whitesville was a pleasant caller yesterday Coronor Ben L Davis Sunnydale was a pleasant caller Monday Mr Ernest Haswell Hardinsburg is the guest of GroSsie Williams Tomorrow Fairs 15c 20c and 25c Ladies fine white Handkerchiefs for only lOc See our Bargain Shoe Counter also our Straw Huts Lose Co at Economy Store Mr Sun Bach left Sunday to be the guest of relatives in Louisville and Chicago A great line of Ladies Collars Neck ribbons and Belts at Long Coos See them Black Birkhead will carry you to Beaver Dam and back Bus makes three regular trips daily Come in and see the new shoes we are getting from the Peters Shoe Co Long Co at Ecouomy Store Esq J A Park who has been ab sent on business at Caneyville for the past few daysreturned Saturday Special prices will be made on all Canvas Shoes and slippers during July Long Co at Economy Store Leave your laundry at Clevc Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 4Gtf Soda Water Lemonade Pop Coca Cola Orange Juice Cherry Phos phate Soda Cream c at City Res taurant Misses Audra and Mildred Ben nett of Greenville were the guests of Mr and Mrs R L Tweddell and family last week Mrs Sarah Norton and sons Roy and Guy Brown of Evansville Ind are the guest of relatives and friends hereCost not reguarded in Fairs Millinery department Come and see them Take your pick at your own price Mr Gross B Williams proprietor of the city Restaurant spent the I fourth with relatives and friends at Hardinsburg Ejchurchat theC P church at Hartford next Sunday night at u 8 oclock corneItiusfamily the first of the week Rev J H Burnett has moved with his estimable family to Springfield Tenn where RevBurnetthasaccept ed pastoral call from the first Baptist Church Rev Mrs Woosley will preach at the C P Church here Saturday night before the first Sunday in August also on the first Sunday and Sunday night Mrs S A Anderson and children left Tuesday for Ennis Texas where they will be thcguestsof Mrs Ander sons brother Mr J A Morton for several weeks Mr Raymond Phillipps who has been in the U S Army Stationed at Fort Egbert Alaska for the past year returned to his home two miles east of Hartford Monday The county Union of the Af S of E met at the Court house here last Saturday with fairly good attendance New officers and other important business was transacted A free scholarship in the Meridian Female College Meridip Miss can be had for the asking by applying to P C Miller Hartford Ky The scholarship is worth 75 per yearand- is good for fopr years The quarterly report of the Ohio County Bank which appears in another column shows healthful financial condition of that institution This speaks well for its most excellent management and assuress acontinu iion of public patronage The quarterly report of the Fords i vIle Banking Company in another column shows that institution to be tn highly prosperous condition which is the result in a great measure of Its genial and businesslike management NOTKK Taken up by J L Morgan 3 head of long yearling cattle 2 mark ed crop and underbit in right and swallow fork in left ear Red male tinmarkud Owner can find same at Mr Morgans by paying him J R PmiPS chargesl In another column of TUB REIunI LICAV appears the quarterly report tf the Rockport Deposit Bank That institution makes a most ex cellent showing considering the brief time since its establishment Its splendid management bespeaks for- tI continued prosperityI withshortmarked now about 3 years old Has nearfSulphurliUeral reward will be paid return of same or any information leading to recovery SCHUYIEK S ACTON Sulphur Springs Ky Mr Henry Tichenor died at the home of W L James near Matanzas WednesdayIhe vas quitepeculiary affected When I He first took sick it was of something like tonsolitis which grew into ery sipelas and spread from his throat to his lungs Some one stole or distroyed the ballon poll book for the liquor elec tion which was to have been held at Deanfield yesterday and no election was held thereas contemplated The ballot box together with poll book were delivered to the clerk of the election Wednesday by Deputy Clerk Ragland in the usual way but when they were wanted next morning they could not be found Hila Sprole son of Alex Sprole of color was seriously at McRenry in juredby being struck on the back of the head with a club in the hands of Rosco Calloway last Sunday Full parliculars cannot be learned but it is reported that the negro boy was found in an uncouscious condition where he had been knocked in the head and left and afterward it was learned that the Calloway boy did it The following young people from Hartford spent the fourth at Airdrie Hills the home of the late Gen Bud Misses Stella and Belle Wcer ner Martha Burnett Pearl Thomas Cassie and Hettie Riley Artie Wed ding Maggie Marks Mary Bennett Hattie Barnett Mary Keown Ber nice and Lillie Miller Messrs Ches ter Keown Leslie Cooper Wallace Riley Cecil Stevens Estil ParkGeo Lewis Virgil Cooper Arch Lewis Marvin Moseley Cleve IlerIra Bean mid Horace Bell WHITESVfLLE- July 4The barbacue given by the St Marys Catholic church Sat urday proved to be quite a success Misses Florence Claycombe and Eve Eckoort Owensboro were the guest of Miss Eannie Simpson Saturday and Sunday Mrs J A Wedding Hartford is the guest of her daughter Miss Mary Wedding Messrs Jas DeWeese and Ernest Woodward Hartford attended the barbacue here Saturday R P Wedding Louisville is the guest of his parents this week Austin Ramsey has returned from Louisville where he attended the commercial school Brenton Bean Sulphur Springs pent Saturday arid Sunday here Jo Aud Stanley bpent Saturday and Sunday hero with his parents Quite a large crowd from Fords ville and other points attended the barbecue Saturday J C Berry and Wm Pe IMessrs spent a few days here Miss Willie Turnham Narrows was here Monday IMrs Dr McKinney entertained folks with a party Satur day night all reporta pleasant time Miss Florence Simmons Knotts ville is here this week the guest of Mrs Thos Ramsey Miss Kurksinger Mayfield is vis ting relatives here Miss Robbie Hays Owensboro was the guest of Miss Martha Kittinger Tuesday Miss Annie Hickey returned home t Monday from Sewall W Va Where j O H H H J IoJ l1444 440- i t Er Barnes Bro f ClothingAt Prices + All odd lots of Summer Clothing have been put on x fDropdown Summer Suits Seven Dollars choice for anyof f our hens Suits that sold for 10 and 650 choice for any of another lot of Hens Suits that sold for l6 Only 550 choice of 850 These are Mens bargainsIOnly bnjkeil but we will offer you one so cheap that you will cer tainly buy it just to finish out tho season with Try 3us and see Bring your boy and drop in and wo will a- lit him at a low prico Youre pretty sure to find something desirable in this lot f Wash Materials fIn the Dress Goods section you will find fine goods marked at about half the former price Now is tho time to buy a fine Dress at a very cheap price If you enjoy saving money just buy some of these cheap Wash Dress and Waist Materials As bargains theyre certainly the rarest weve offered yet LowCuts and Oxfords r In this department we are woll prepared to fit you fc up in a nice tan or black LowCut or Oxford at a very low price You will also find odd lots of Slippers that can be bought at onehalf their former price and even lower Buy some cheap Shoes and Slippers Its a l great chance for bargains in footwear Millinery Your chances in this department are growing less everyday Hats are growing less and prices getting lower Every Hat has been badly butchered in tNow is a moneysaving tune in our Millinery seetiol1t Wo have priced them so low that wo feel Faro ofselling every Hat in our stock Kemembor you can buy a Hat lion 25c upall new seasonable Hats Come j quick and got first choice Give us your orders Also let us retrim your old Hats 1 Beaver DeanOU1 YrYa ttTr7firr t H171 SI au H1 rHrri1lHHHHO she held a position as millinery Miss Golda Taylor has returned home after a visit to Miss Gertrude Hickey Mrs Ramsey enteatained Saturday night in honor of the visitors in townMisses Bessie Floyd Alma Aull and Florence Simmons MessrsI Karan Williams Eddie Rhodes Hiliary Drury and Guy Hazel Knottsville attended the barbacue I Saturday Messrs Jno Sapp Walter and Frank Brooks Owensboro spent Saturday and Sunday here i There were several from here went to Owensboro Tuesday to cele brute the 4th and attend the races CANE RUN July 4G J Christian of this pluce is engaged in teaching singing Echoolat Fallen Rock Bob Haley and sisterin law IIInI Hattie Raley and son Dewy of Lou isville are the guests of Mr Raleys father Wess Raley Mrs Mary G Hoover who has been on the sick list for the pastew weeks is no better Miss Laura Sharp of Illinois is visiting friends and relatives near SalemMiss Ira Mills of near Hartford was the guest of MissLulaSandbach of Fiiedalandlthe latter part of last weekIIra Daniel Olaton filled his regu lar appointment near Salem Sunday Wm Myers and family near Ro sine visited Mrs Myers sister Mrs G B Wilson Olaton Saturday and SundayMrs Annie White andchildren and Mrs L Stogner and children of near Rosine were the guest of their H parents Mr and Mrs C V Chris tian Saturday and Sunday Arthur Raley and family visited his sister Mrs Ollie Jamison Satur day and Sunday Mrs Mary B Wilson and daugh ters Misses Edna and Ora of Fair AnnieITaylor yesterday tneiJ L Miller attended church at Shrader School House Sunday Rufus Boyd visited Mrs Sarah Axton Horse Branch Sunday Mrs Susie Pruit Caneyvile arriv here Friday on a visit to her mother Mrs Nancy Ford OneMinute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup Secure a Good Poistion A commendable feature of the UniversityBowling only gives its students a thorough and practical education but also fie cures for them pleasant and profitable employment upon graduation Any one contemplating taking a Commercial Course should write for catalog and full particulate Address H H Cherry President Bowling Green Ky Work as good as the best and prices as cheap as the cheapest Give us your order for any kind of job printing and be con vinced s- e 4 s ri b DIAMONDS IN KENTUCKY Efforts of the Government To Lo cate Great Diamond Field Center Hereh- hllxdrlphhl Ilitiml Will a diamond find considerable magnitude ever be made on this con tinent is a side issue attending the work of field expert of the Geological Survey in certain sections of the countryGeological conditions remarkably like those observod at the Kimberly mines in South Africa have recently been discovered in Kentucky The Piedmbnt Plateau at the southeastern base of the Appalachians has already produced in the region be tween Southern Virginia and Georgia some 10 or 12 diamonds which have varied in weight from those of two or three carats to the Dewey diamonds which when found weighed over 23 carats It is however in the territory about the Great Lake that the great est interest now centers for in this region a very interesting problem of origin is being worked out No fewer than seven diamonds ranging in size from less than four to more than 21 carats not to mention a number of smaller stones have recently been found in the clays and gravels of this region where their distribution was such as to indicate with a degree of approximation the location of their distant ancestral home The discovery of the latter locality would possibly mean the greatest diamond find that the world has ever known Geologists are working on the hypothesis that the scattered stones already found were carried down by the ice floes during the glacial invasion probably from some common source of origin All the diamonds found in the Great Lake region were in the socalled kettle moraine This moarine or ridge was the dumping ground of the ice for its burden of bowlders gravel and clay at the time of its latter in vasion and hence indicates the boundaries of the territory over which the ice mass was then extended In this region diamonds have been found at the rate of about one a year though the identification of these stones has been largely acciden tal and it is very probably that a much greater number have been discovered In Wisconsin haveN been found the Saukville beautiful white stone af diamondI weight and also the stone having a weight of a little I over two carats The former had I been for more than Ii years in the possession of the finder before he learnedof its value In Michigan has been found the Dowagiac stone f about 11 carats weight and only recently a diamond weighing six carats ladof exceptionally fine water dune to light at Milford nittt Cincinnati This augmentation of the number of localities and the nearness of all to the kettle mo raines leaves little room for doubt that the diamond were conveyed by the ice at the time of its later in asion of the country Having then say the geologists arrived at a satisfactory conclusion regarding not only time agent which onvtyed the stones but also respecting the period during which they were transported it is up to investigators to inquire by what path they were brought to their adopted homes and whether it may not lit possible to follow them in H direction the re verse of that from which they came l until the starting point or points be reached From the gyrat rarity of diamonds in nature the hypothesis f a common homo U the one more generally favored and holders of this view point for its support to irtain marks of consanguinity ibsorved upon the stone already f ulIhFOR THE LITTLE ONES Geography Qamo U Both Amusing nod Instructive Jl tour or th young people are playing together the geography gaint is both ainiLsin and in true tive hatch player inumt be provukil i jthIi paper und pencil and after that a letter f the alphabet ifl i cbuwn sad the roiupnnv quickly writs down all the naint of the riv rci asptowm and countries they an IDs beginning with that icttur in three minute Alter that a chosen player roads out nil the names that has put down and as she lines so any of the others who have put down the same cull out I have got that and it lull to be crossed oil the lists Then eachother player in turn reads out whatever names she has remaining uncrossed on her list and the winner of the gauze is the plover who has most names loft that nobody else had thought of Buried Names of Girls 1 You must not go out at ten or at eleven if it stillrains 2 Last week she lent me that book 3 When I dont want it you can have it 4 If at is mill red and white roses will he out in June 5 Look what I have bought It is a belt 6 If I have o day to spare I will come next week 7 Last term we studied France Spain and Portugal 8 Mamma yesterday I saw Len- aAnswers1 Nora 2 Helen 3IEnid 4 Mildred 5 Isabel G 7 Frances 8 May- A ReadIDlffiouK Story to A sleeper is one who sleep A sleeper is that in which the sleeper sleeps A sleeper is that on which tho sleeper which carries the sleeper while he sllCprUlIt Therefore while the sleeper deeps in the sleeper the sleeper carrier the sleeper over the sleeper under the sKvniT until the sleeper which carrus the sleeper jumps off the sleeper and wakes the sleeper in the sleeper bv striking the sleeper under the IICt er and there is no longer any sleep er sleeping in the sleeper on the sleeper Tom Tiddlers Ground This game is a jolly one to play and is a favorite with both EruIi hand American children One cud takes the part of Tom Tiddler Tom is supposed to own a vast lot of buried treasure on his ground i one else has any right to invndo its territory But the other children make arush for his ground and he tries to catch them They all shout Here I stand on Tom Tiddler land picking gold and silver If Tom touches any player that player has to join him in dcfeium the treasures Hlckery Pickery Hlokery picker my blick hen Slw laid goal cite tt1l Gentlemen camo every day nIBut the cEX3 got up ftiwl walked E Pluribus Unum E pluribus unum means as every schoolboy and girl knows one out of many Very few jeojlc know that tho juotation is from Virgil and is an extract from a poem call ed Moretum Moretum was tlu name of as commonplace a thing as soup iopular among the old Bur innns This soupwas composed of herbs and elusse wall pounded to gether Today E pluribus unum door not stand for soup but for four Ps 33ion pride and JlutriotismIScientific Fun Take a narrow necked Hattie and having iniinial it in a vessel of water until it is filled almost cover it with the finger turn it mouth downward and lift it out of the wa ter entirely Notice time water re fusing to run out and that there is nothing but air to keep it in Bobby and the Milk When Bobby was five years old he visited his grandmother in the country When milking time panic ho looked on with great interest Run ning into the house ho said Mother I saw tho cow that laid the milk A LITTLE NONSENSE trStory of a Dwky WhoM Nam Was the Same nGonp Wiahhngtoni A Mgt iIL man tells the following story dlan odd character in that town who far many yuars has done a thriring business in hauling aehffl OnS day rays the Mobile mum ha ehnccd to be in tho rear of hia Inuse when the dark in question was preparirtji to depart with th ctptomaij laid jtvo wen you haul away many n load of ashes said the owner of the house but amy good man during all these tears Ive never had the last idim of your name What is it ilnh name is kxirgc Washiu ton sat replied the old man with a duck of his head Ucorpj Washington eh rooIfitcr ated the questioner It seems tome he added with a smile that Ive heard that name before IJeckon you have sab came tin answer in all seriousness cause 1s lien haulin way ashes from yearsIlnrdiers Another View A nuin Nan pay no greater com pliment to u great man than to name his baby after him said the optimistAnd yet answered the pes simist after seeing how the Iwhy turns out in later life it sometimes looks like grounds for a libel suit Baltimore News IFallow Sufferers suppose you know what it is to bo exposed to temptation dayIWhats your occupation f1 am a link cashier piekerCltilflP What Frightened Her Grace Ucrent you very nervous proposingPhoebe so I was so afraid he would be Interrupted I Logical Conclusion IowneYou dont appear to consider ray opinions very valuable Browne Well you dont seem to thinkS either Towne Why Browne If you did you wouldnt give them so freely Chicago Jour rich High Ideals And hns your son who is at college high ideals asked the neigh bor- I judge he has from the way ho writes homo for money replied the father feelingly Yonkcrs Statesman In the Boarding House uDo you cat mucli Mr Jenkins fartifthis place you wont be able to swal low itNew Orleans TimesDemo crat A Great Disappointment EdithPour Pauline She was lost at se- nLenaOh isnt that dreadful wanted to be cre mntcdiSmnrt Set Explained Why is radium so costly Because its scarce And wIn should it be so scarce Bocumo its so cotly Yonknrs Herald A Drawback Old LmWhol You are sorry you arc getting so big Why so hindCos ma says Im old enough to know betterBrookl- yn Life Inherited Politeness Little Johnny was polltf lit never fulled to may- I beg your pardon when he took His raters cake awry When Johnny father dId men air too was no pollt That ttey tad not the Mart to say lie hadnt ured them rlaht Oilcaco n rdIteTltd One MinuteCoughCure for Coups Colds and Croup Wives Drawn By Lot In some parts of Russia a queer game is still played which has much to do with the future lives of the inrticipanta Some prominent per on in the village announces that the annual merrymaking will be held At ltt his house On the appointed day the young men and women hasten in huge excitement to UK mooting place There ire soups mid games anti dances but they aro simply prelude to the more important business of the day I When the time come the hostu+s roomjbenches laughing und chattering they are each promply mutllcd in sheets by the hostess The head and hair and figure arceompletely cover ed and when this is done tilt girls resemble mummies I The young men thaw lots lull one by one they enter the room where the mullled girls sit Helplessso far plllzllllIbe she would help him if her eyes were not hidden but she is as help i less as he Finally he chooses one and then he may unveil her This is the critical moment and disappoint want or will be time result of seeing her miceIIt is the law and custom that the man shall marry the girl ho hits pick j I ed out and if either bucks out a i heavy forfeit must bo quid It is said that this matrimonial lottery is productive of many hippy marriages CATARRH REMEDY Is IGIVE Satisfaction EIVS MEM BALM i I Iprk S Ila d- h t h dlntdnv ee I d t HEADIlgrrnr I lt 0Ipro S t ndnril Fader t + 1I trI lubn- i eurmIII4 I OpportunityWe in this locality to sell I the VHKELKK I WILSON Sewing Machine TTe can 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 car- pableofdevelopment into a permanent and profitableb- usint ss WRITE AT ONCE WheelerS Wilson Mfg Co 72 and 74 Wabash Avc ctucaoo I HenryWattersons Letters from I EuropeWill A Leading Feature ofT- heCourierJournal During 1905 riterr wH he manyother HlttnctVe ilriMtttietiii ill going to 111 a con Me twp Vr Mall Rules Dully Courier Journal I Yr 6 Dully and Sunday t Vr 8 Weekly 1 Yr 1 CQUKIKRJUUKNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arraiicetnt you CUlt net the HARTFORD REPUBLICAN imil flic WKLY COURIERJOURNAL tottt one yens for only Ie5o Ill s lit for ca subscrlptlnrm only All tiuhricrilirrn under this combine Mon oflr imams be sent through TUB RttrtIILICAN oilier Prom obtained ornoffe Wrltefnronr CONIFIPar NT oLETTER before nai tLt We obtain PATENTS THAT PAY and help InTentontoiurraH nii inndrl wnil I IRE r 4nptNTABILITY luyean nsgia tered Patent Lawyers Write or tame to OJ M 605W7 7th SL WASHINGTON C j BIG FOUR 5 IThe Host Line to t1 Indianapolis Peoria fChicago 0 II Detroit P Cleveland P Buffalo P New York P i Boston T I And all other points East I Information cheerfully fur i nished on application at City P Ticket Office Big Four No jl- J 2T9 Fourth avenue or write to J IsJ GATES A Passenger DIIItI P Louisville Ky P s+ + Q d el d 0- Parnyola II The Muilern tonica dose before eah Dreadwill make you feel Istrung and veil PASOIA has no equal for Indigestion Dyspepsia Cuurrh ullhe Heiid ThioAt Stomach Bowels Uvi anti Kidneys P IH Grlpprnd general debility blade by the 1IKTCUP1KLD PHAR Pl MACAI Co Inc Fir salt by P J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky P w ooao eo re S fC to that you and such tend you pay Our BOTTLE FREE coupon herewith we wan then tend you an salmon torn fullsited frra and we will pay your druggist our lres for II la our free gift nude to you M show you what Dr Cirtilcdli Cttraii Lher Pfwijtr in and what It can do To accept It placee you under DO oblleatloni No sick one can neglect nuc an Oder bo fiur to The very fact of the offer must coiwino you that Dr CirUlcdli Cnmii Llitr Powder does an wo claim W would surolr not pay for a bottle and give If there was any dnuhl of results You wun thosa resutUyuu bo welL Wont you lot us at our show you the way t Dr Garlsledts Liter sold two sizes 25c and SI I r II iiinsTT i1 1 urx j BAli dET r SMITH ATTORNEYS AI LAW II lItUltll KY 11 ll1lIh IIIIIIruln hell t 11ur- I llhlU 1l1U1ljIIOIIIIIIIII 11II1IrlltluU Ih1n r111 hn Ihee Id n thrlrralc till Irnitlifxif rIT f1I1IIIUIlIlIllull = c = = IAttorneyat Law II tltTMIIIII ItV hb pnJNCpox In bl and nlIL liilnlnuiiiiiilv and In the evert nt Aiirnl j Irlnilunl prmtlr llnl IrllrrthUnu pr liiU- vnmolii HIP Mi nil linllillUK i CHAS M CROWE LiAWYHR tlAiaroiii Kv l pnikrlen In eN UN fl nMHUlte e4 In II i ev etletnC sane ty rliHItu luM earrrtur MII kfl ned Omit etrel Thornsme T iIII 0 IJNO B WILSON a r AT IAV HAKTFOKI KY +I Nx hllattrun n ere nwtnN iiltrnrt ar Clan u CryIssWlr tar nklionity IOieeth e1 pnhlhqunr- i C = r a R WEDDING I Attorney at1Jaw HAKTFOKI K- YwIIJprsOntb Mlitr eudFdtreulI n rrlltrill llil for IraI h Err rouwbhp- rreyeLr ttil l i iii 1terc fiiiiii I r hliiriKtllv enlwvrrIhtnrunet t heatiIINtIII 1 HEAYRIN R WOODWARD I c Il eNTfel hr InI IIt Ineen rMidael nuloliwIna M HI iliiorl Hunk d ll rilird 1 W H BARNES at LawNliOirNTV 11Inl1SKYlHlHTIIIIIi KV Will iritithr hl roll III all lb uric- nhloebdeIdaiageoeMlleead htbe4urtHtrVt will Ideal t- IlttIiintretd ti In nr olketl- mpt Hv OMV Ikrnarilifin I I YANCY L MOSLEY ATTOKXEY AT LAW +Y llHttlnrd KintucUv Will hl 11 he nlolOhio n nl lJrniiM Him in l it In l n r vnlii Al N tn 1n- lIImrnr Ilmi Niiiiiiinl r 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS I DCIIONB rr f COPYRIGHTS Ac- Anrnne oIw irniUng a kHrh und met rlaln nut opinion rft wbPl untfonure rl the nimmDtum lion tnetlrmnddent Ll HANDBOOK onlaKnu tcunneptenmIatenleiptrtal noHtt without cbarite In tIe Scientific American- A hndornl lrllln lr IM WMklr Lerreslelr cnlatliin ut any nflentlBo lnurual Term tJ a needaalerMUNNBreach Coos 31 f hC Waihlniftun 1 Co Krr ad1oe tow to olulnrout trod matki COUNTRIaJrurleae liar I nmifraaJfJItu Ihfatnl bdiilvttyWrit U Itatk htut Ofli r WBHINOTONeC I TO SUFFERERS FR01llConstipation and Biliousnessin order absolutely we an cure of nIl maladies pertaining to the Liver Kidneyssas Dypepsia Constipation Indigestion Biliousness Malaria Nervous Sick Headarlmy i and Dysentery of a bilious type we will give an order on your druggist and him for a bottle of Dr Garlifedfs German Liver Powder i free proposition fiRST FREE1houneniDrCahledlsGrraasLhtrPswdrn yourdnikcM bottln This convince whaavice and himsl want eshense German Powder Is In riitlMiliiHNiiHil WIllIrI1 IIIMIIIII IIIEIHI llhfnnttdnblounethendlyrt41pwl prarrh Attorney Spprale nttmMoH prellr Irrn i- ljil Aerrrtpnn ANDDEFNDFoeeWnodIkn r CUT OUT THIS COUPON For thle Ter may not appear aenln III lbr blank eua mall11 to nealCuHventllk1n4 e- Mrdlneosa lbsAmerlanPh4 I ifyouw agleI For Sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky y a rv r1F a Jar4r r i I cceae erJUST OUT 1 Fvery man in entitled to a square deal IUKSIDKNT KOOSKVKITMy Own Story I Bye Caleb PowersThis hunk i a calm dispassionate account from the stand point of the mim most interested of the conditions in Ken tucky leading to the nrfsuasination of William loeboland of Powers indictment and conviction on the charge of com in bin murder 1Itcovers his youth in the mountains of Kentucky the convention of 1801 the elution the shooting of Joebel the arrest the three trials and the prison life For dramatic situations human intoret and political p iniHirtnnio the caw of Caleb Powers is unwiualed Many Illustrations from I Photographs of Actual Scenes Connected with the Tragedy rjtnu Cloth Ornamental Cover At All Booksellers lno POMlpuid frons PuhllHhcr MR IOWKltS HAS A SUBSTANTIAL CASH INTERNS IN EVERY COPY SOU OF MY OWN STORY If The BobbsMerrill CoIPublishersr Clarence Kcown Local Agent Hartford Ky I OUR CLUBBING RATES TJIK RirtTiuirAX and Louisville Herald 125- THK RKITHMCAX tutu Louisville Daily Herald 200 TIIK ItKititMcAX and CourierJournal 150 Tim KiUiniMfAN and St Louis GloboDemoerat 175 TIIK UKITHMCAX and Homo and harm 125 TILE KKiiwiirAX and Lijjonctts and Cosinopjitan 325 iaTiiK UKiniiUAX and Twitoa Week Owensboro Inquirer 175 TIIK UriTiuUAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer370lI- IT Riiritit AX and TvieeaWeok bolo Mi s i nier 175 4 tiYDO YOU WANTA Position that will pay you fromI500 to 5000 a year + That in what our graduates are Itl1Il1ulIing fur their VOVk11e rite the training that counts from the start Increase Your SalaryHy taking a course in the UWKNSBOHU BfSlNKSS UNIVERSITY Term begins rcpt 1th Write loday ddnosIIOwensboro Business University Owensboro HentuCkYeIJo n JII JII nou JII n II I rWTl1JUSKEI WAITEDNo i I bicycleSSJaFinest pimranteed 10 efiOXi 1905 Models Wwith Coaster Ilrakcs and Punctureless Tires efifOBestAny nuke or model you icunt at one tldrd usual price Choice of nn standard tires and best equipment on all our bicycles Strongest guarantee We SHIP ON APPROVAL C O D to any one icWimtt n Wit de allow 10 DAYS FREE TRIAL before purchase Is binding Wheels38taken I n a new r FAOTOHUUequipment sundries and sporting goods of all kinds at bait regular price In our big free Sundry Cilalogui Contains a w irJU of useful tuforintlon Write for ttI PUNCTUREPROOF TIRES = 4i 5 J Regular prco 8GO per pair s7wloYoua Sample NAILS OR TACKS CUSS LETPalNO MORE TROUBLE from PUNCTURES Result of 15 years ex rrlenco In tyro making No danger from THORNS CACTUS PINSNAILS TAOHSorOLASS Serious mmcture like Intentional knife cuts can bo wloanliod nke any other tiro EASY RIDING STRONG DURABLE SELF HEALING FULLY COVERED by PATENTS BEWARE OF IMITATIONS Catalogue T showing all kinds and makes of tires at COO pair and UPaleCouter Ilrakos Bulltup wheels and IIIccleSundrIH at Hall the ueal price Notlco the thick rubber tread A and puncture striP U and n Thls tire will outla maknSoft Elastic and Eaar Idln We will ship C0 D ON APPROVAL 1AND EXAMINATION without a era drfcsii wlII allow a cash dlscoant of 66 thereby making the prIce 1410 satisfactorysend lull cash with order Tlrea to lw returned at our czponeo It not on examination e MEAD CYCLE CO Dept JL CHICAGO ILL n L rk INVENTION AT FOURTEEN An Electric Car Without Motor Trolley or Storage Battery A new star has appeared in the electrical firmament that bids fair to eclipse in brightness the Edison star in the person of a fourteen year CllhlIinvented an electric car that hits no motor trolley or storage balteriun both positive nand negative poles arc in one track always holding the air KO that it cannot leave the track when rounding curves at the highest rates of speed the car can run as wellon slick as sanded track and steep grade do not reduce the speed which is IInlllrecl8inJr fathers office which dashes over a track With a prefect motion proving the utility and practicability of his invention the current supplying the electricity coming from a commerci al wire used for lightning incande I cents The car merely consists of an i electro Inagret which is connected between two insulated wheels track fug together The track hats only one rail which is not electrically charged but serves only for guiding purposes that part of the track which corresponds to the second rail consists ofa series of steel plate arranged in a row Each one of these platOA are placed opposite a magnet in the center of the track which in turn is connected with the plate directly opposite to it This young genius is constantly inventing new electrical contrivances and says he thinks he can solve the problem of perpetual nation by developing a certain magnetic Hows encIWe otter One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Cataarh Cure F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio 1Ve the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believed him perfectly honorable 1in all business transactions financi able to carry out any obligations made by his firm Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucuous surface of the sysem Testimonials sent free Price 7nc per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m lie Wanted To Know K iiHiiitv Inornnt With a whirl ofexcitement and almost breathless the pretty girl burst in npon the editor of the Cha Tribune She wanted an ad in anti she wanted it right now What kind of an advdrtisement do you wish queried the editor I have just lost alargesum of money panted the girl and I want to ad vertise for it I had it in an envelope and I dont know where I lost it Where were you carrying it asken the editor in excitement he a READ THIS Richmond Ky Feb 0 l0h Dr E W Hall St Louis MQ Dear Sit I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Dis covert for kidney anti bladder trouble I weighted 150 pounds when I began using it today 1 weigh 175 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully JOHN A RIDDLE A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sion weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder ifT both men ajid I women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by malon receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall solo manufacturer PO box 629 office 2031 Olive Street St Louis Mo wasnt use to carrying largesmns of money The maiden blushed as she replied that she had been carrying it in her hose Whats the matter j asked Mr Editor did the hose leak Billions Hill was agitated deblliUttedIuption That was everyones Prt UIJIPtiollI When the learned what was tir i Hill made all the doctors siatter Now lto is his own adviserI Swears by Little Early Risers j Z Wayne GnJHn i BrIO lrlruggiats III j the Evidencei While a rm nt forgery prosecution i wjis in progress in u State Court the WashingtonI reached over took the ment from the table and ate it be fore the astonished Court officials recovered sufficiently to interfere ounRelI thinly a most effective defense oA aTOtcaBaaltheThe Kind You Haw Always Bough SJpahze 114c- I KentuckyDates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 105 as far as reported Officers of fairs are requested to rep frt to us any ommissions or correction of datesHartford October 4 4 days Madisonville August 1 5 days Danville August 84 lays Fern Creek August 154 days Shepherdsville August 154 daysILawrenceburgAugust 154 Vanceburg August 16a days GuthrieAugust 173 days ShelbyvllieAugust 224 days Springfield August 23 4 days Nicholasville August 298 days Bardstown August m4 days Florence August aO4 days Elizabethtown September 5 3 daysGlasgow September 64 days Kentucky State Fair September 181 days- Henderson September 2G6 days Falmouth September 27u4 days Owensboro October 105 days HintlChimniois iderd indispensable to the toilet but the are nu injury rather than a benefit- tt not kept perfectly clean They standwashing like a pocket hand kerchief if treated to lukewarm wa powdlrTubhedwill keep the skin free from the dis ngrccublo shiny appearance that characterizes the faro of a neglected woman It cult be used as often its you plvaso without possible injury to the finest skin- Concerning Canned Foods Whon jwojili arc poisoned byeat inp canned meats it is not because there Was poison in the meat before tile can wits opened but because the meat hud been allowed to develop the ptomaine poison of putrefaction after the can was pjciud Canner meats fruits or vegeta bles should be removed from the con as oOOn as it is opened and kept in glass or earthen vessels if not con sumed at once Cement For Glass The Lest known cement lor glass is the following It is very clear and r twelve to fifteen hours in s water to soften it Soften Russian iskiglaes in filtered soft water al lowing It to remain fifteen hours s and dissolve with heat taking care not to let ft burn In the use of all cements the pieces tobe mended must be secured in place until dry Thw cement takes twentyfour hours to dry Peanut Wafer The use of peanuts in the prep oration of various dishes is increas ing A wafer is made by chopping very fine u pint of thld shelled nuts and mixing them with three eggs two tablespoonfuls of milk a little salt anda cup of sugar creamed with two tablespoonfuls of butter Flour in added to make a soft dough which is rolled very thin cut into strips and baked in a moderate oven j j Raisin Preserves I Pool and quarter a dozen large i tart iIes and them over a ciIdernve Yalcncit raisins seededargil onough crater to prevent burniag Oeok srowly ntilou have a thick pulp dent the whole through a colander then pr through a sieve and put in smalljara I I 0 i CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS GoodUse STRONG hold14urn Mllr to lt Again Is what Mrs Luc StovaltoftiltonGa said after taking Kodol DyspepsIA I Cure Hundred l of otherwea- women are retl t may bi well if you will take Itiedigeatloncausl nearly all the sick ness that women have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol I Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that maybe eaton It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchin heartburn and all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat oaf hrd tl U Las rtryILODWIuA Suit by Z tVAVNi OHItFIN mu Kremsl lijW ads ANNOUNCED VIA Southern Rai1vaI Extremely low rates are announc ed via the Southern Railway from Louisville for the following special Occasions 2925 Denver Colorado Springsand Pueblo Coland return August 1112 and 18 account Fraternal Order of Eagles 2300 Denver Colorado Springsand Pueblo Coland return August 29 to Sept 2 inclusive account National Encampment Grand I Army of the Republic 1585 Athens Ga and return July 1 8 and 15 account Athens Summer Schoo- lChattanooga005 Twin and re turn September 16 17 and 18 account Regimental Reunion Anniversary Battle of Chicka mauga 6150 Portland Ore and return daily up to and including Sept SO on account Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition 7250 Portland Ore and return going or returnining via San Francisco and Los Angeles fre quent dates during June July Augqst and September account Lewis and Clark Centennial Ex position 0650 San Francisco or Los Angeles Cal and return August 3 to 14 inclusive 7250 San Francisco Los Angelesor San Diego Cal and relurn Frequent dates during June July August and September Cheap homeseekers tickets round trip to Kansas Nebraska Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Florida and many other points July 4th and 18th August 1 and 15 Sep j tember 5 and 19 Correspondingly low rates from other Southern Rail way Stations For full information 4AIIIfbMoW H Taybr G P A Washing ton D C ALES Cumberland i TELEPHONEI Theres nothing the nwtur with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In uiy rebidebct and place of business My business has Increased and my wifes voter is vev er heArd to crumble nbout the Tele l1phone Youth competition for good set vice find rn E PATE Manr Olxlo Counts Ukllurrm 1 larkunk I Yells Mnter Com inlMlunrr V I 1011 Trustee Jury FumlJl Ileputy5herlftcGroan Ktoirn 49Court convene nrat Mon day In Murrli end Aonn t mid rontlnuM three wwkxanil third Monday In Jlny and Novumler two week ltuICIrn l WCoart convene flint Monday In eob montti MondayinAprli JillIOctoberIFrank Lowe Anwnsor Iledn Jamen DeWrme School Sajfrlntnd ut Hartford Urn Llievle Conner sglphur Springs wotlca T Cottrto 31nyIiyILJnoMdrnhtiio Narrowi Febru 8iy ss May 2 August II November 13 IAMay7AngustJ A Hicks IlnforilFebrnury T May U Auc net 15 November 7 W A Hone Ontertova Febrnnry 9 May 11 August 24 November P IL J Wilcox Ilookport February 20 May 6 August 26 November 1- 4ZXartford rcllc Court Jno 11 Wilson Judge C K Smith city At torney S r Uarnett Mnmhal Court con veueK second Monday In ench month Crv1cAI Sunday each month at 11 a m and 7pm and second Sunday at 7 p m IrayerinntlngtveryWediei day evening Her UTIMlllerlaitor nighbeforeand fourth Sunday end Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening 1trJif lIuruettIBItOrC Services flnt Sunday In each month at 11 am and 7 pm aev3Uliarn- ed pastor o School Trustee Hartford Jas 1 Miller J Glenn S T Steven U M Ilocker J H D Cnr on Jon C Rile- ycityCounctlituwanltoibrookMayor S A Anderson Clerk Dr SJ Wedding Ir 8 Tin eyAC Taylor Yl lleavrio T J Morton Councllmen Secret Cocl tl n A O U W meets lIt and third Friday ulghtu tu each month Hartford Lodge No 675 F A AMaioniflnt Monday night In each month Hartford Tent So W Knights of t he Minta bees doggy Thurndny night Hough hirer IodgeNo 110 Knight of Pytnla meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post 04 0 A n bold rK jilarraeetlngii Saturday beforeflnt Sunday la each month EVERYBODY j7MAtCI ntl ttotrra WHnELI1QW A QUART you 5c FOR SALE BV ALLGROCERS the American Fhannmcal Co Evansville lad Thousands of Acres For Sale Iatreasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON- MOUNTAIN ROUTEI- n Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas moat direct line via LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping lid free reclining url l1omeoobora Excursion first end third Tuesday of eachDe crlptlT literature maps pamphlets etc on application H C TOIWEM GdIPeaYsadTlt It LODtS n MATTHEWSII VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer I heavyAlwaysStops falllnlt hair also Sold for fifty yearsa llOIJI s4- F c e L J H rtford Republican I FRIDAY JULY 7 l Quarterly Report- OF THE 01110 o00 Bunk At the Close of Business on the 30th day of June 1906R- ESOURCES Wane and Discount 5767548 Overdrafts secured 8S 1838 Overdrafts unsecured 479 IS Due from Notional Banks 107IC72 tanking House and Lot 500000 Other Real Estate 10000 Other Stocks ana Bonds 827598 Specie 451617 urronc 200700 743517 Exchange for Clearings S74CS Other items carried as cash 1851- 1rurnitureand Furniture 50000 Current expeiwe last quar tor charged cfF- Ofbts In suit llooSC Total 9585490 LIABILITIES apital stock paid in in cash 10000604ur- plus fund 110000 Tnlivided profits 2703 Deposit subject 1 check on which interest in not paid 1601094 Time certificates f deposits on which interest is paid 6409177 SO 10271 Due State Hanks and Bankers 2522 Hills rediscounted 400000 Total 95854515- SUPPLEMENTARY Hight amount of indebtedness of anv stockholder person company or firm in ndiug in the liability of the company or firm the lia iiity of the individual mem doers thereof directly or in iir ctly if such indebted eso exceeds 20 per cent of opal stock actually paid in u l actual amount of aur M v of the bank S52SO How is indebteare start i n above item I secured I jonal Security SVM Section 5S8 Kentucky Satuo 1 linhost amount of n4jbt Iness of ens director or rtijer if amount I t such in tedneM excess li pert of paid up capital tock sank None lamountof indebttJ Ii of any peim company r rm including in the lia i ity of the company Il- lij the liability of the ii1 ii v i i use members thereof ex wel 80 per cent of paid up tupital and actual urpliw No Were all expense lwms intoredtvind taxe deiuctecl therefrom before dychirinif dividend and not lees than 1 11 per cent of net profits of h bank for the per d cov rnd by the div efled car ritl to the aurphfc fund bo fire said dividend v as declared None declared iSe Section iHi Kentucky Status State of Kentucky County of Ohio1 ss S K Cox Proprietor of Ohio founty Banka Bank locatedand liiintf buaiiiBi in the city of hartf- ord in said county ronx duly sworn aj the fortgoiiiif rerort is in all re cunIrift i5 to the best of his knowledge nnd belief and further says that the L mess of said Baniti been trans j ltoJat Uu locatn named and not t where and that the above report is made in comiiitrc with an of funl notice received from theSecre taty of State desig eating the 550th day of luno195 LV the day on wHch such report shall he m deIS K Cox subscribed and sworn to before me f S K Cox the 1 day fJuly 1905 UN T Moon N P O Co Ky My Commission as Nitary Publi jir Jan IS i Y pL Quarterly Report OFTHK Fordsrille Banking Co- At the Close of Business on the 30 Day of June 1905- RESOURCES discounts 3816085 100000lovel Hanks 1242409 Due from State Hanks and Hankers 1200000 24424it Honking house and lot 100000 Other teal estate 2321- Other stocks and bonds G500 Specie 266809 Currency 304600 571405 Furniture and Fixtures i 6lK Current expenses last quarter 14522 Total 1290801 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash IBOOOOX Surplus fund lb579 Uundivided profits 21214C Due depositors as follows viz Deposits subject to checkon which interest is not paid 1074941 Deposits subject to check on which interest is paid 7940740 11015581 Total 12903014- SUPILEMENTARY Highest amount of indebt edness of any stockholder personcompuny or firm in eluding in the liability of the company or firm the liabili to of the individual members thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedness ex ceeds 20 per cent of capitaltstock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of the bank None Highest amount of indebtedness of any director or officer if amount of such in debtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capitalstock of hank None See Sec oSt Ky Statutes Does amount of indebted ness of any person company or firm including the liability of the company or firm tho liability of the individual members thereof exceed 80 per cent of paidup capital mind actual surplus No Amount of last dividened 00400 Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 percent ofnet prof its of tho hank for the peri od covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before sail dividend was declared Vas- eS Section 595 Ky Statue iCounty Sb J T Smith Jr Preident of the Fordsville Banking Co a hank locat ed Mild doing business at Hartford street in the town of Fordsville in staid county being dnly sworn says the foregoing report is in all respect a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close of business on the aOth day of June 1905 to the best of his knowledge and be lief and further says that the busi ness of said bank has been transacted at the location named mid not else whore and that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 30th day of June 1905 as the day on which such report shall be made J T SMITH Jr President iJDirector J T SMITH JR Subscribed and sworn to before me by JT Smith Jr President the 5ird day of July 1905 IKK AUAIRN P 0 Co Ky My Commission as Notary Public expires Feb 21 1905 Ordinance of the City of Hart ford Ky ofIHartford do as follows Sec 1 That it shall be unlawful for any person firm or corporation to soil directly or indirectly spirit uous vinuousor malt liquors in any quantity in the city of Hartford without license to do so and any person firm or corporation so offend ing shall for each offense be fined wii1 not less than twenty nor more tha n one hundrid dollars mrtsIthereby repealed July 5 lOOo i HOWAN HOOIIROOK Mayor Attest S A ANDKKSON Clerk i Call For Convention At a meeting of the Republican committee of the Hartford Magisterial District held at Hartford Ky Jon June 27 HIM it was ordered a mass convention for the pur pose of nominating candidate for the otiice of Magistrate and Consta ble for said district be held at Beaver Dam at 2 oclock pr m on Saturday July Iii 1905 I CM KSTFit KKOW- NChmn Dist Com Quarterly Report OFIIIN I fiocfcpoft Deposit Bank I At the Close of Business on the 30th Day of Juno 1905 I HIotItCI S Lm and Discount iCOU ul Overdrafts unsecured 41MV Due from Niillmml Banks ssuVMo Due Rum Suite Irks j nod Banker to1610 llmwH- anking Ilnnic soil Lot IIUI t lli Specie 3lt7rt Currency samiHi 4M7 Other Iteiui cnrrlH ns Casli jUt m- FurnltuituiiH Fixtures 111177 Current Kxpcnsr+ iHrlqimrtor Wfi 7 TotalLLACapital Stock IIMItIIIl lu- cash lti5OW INI Surplus Fund IOI 2 Undivided 1rollts 110527 Deposits subject to J check on whlcli In test Is not pald 1t84 nr rime certificates ur Deposit on whloh Intorogtl palm 4i U74it Certltlllcd Checks ISllU ID Tutu S42S70 I SUllLKMKNTAUV Ukliost amount of ImMttcd ness ot any stockholder per son company or firm Includ lug in tile liability of tiltconiIpany or linn the the Individual members these of directly or Indirectly IfIsuch Indebtedness exceeds IIIpercent of capital stock ually paid In and actual amt of surplus of the bankNuue Highest amount of Indebted ness of any director or oillcir If Rranunt of such Indebted ness exceed 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of blink- S See rsil Kentucky Stat utes Xcno Does anoint rf Intlofouil ne s of duly person coin 1111 fly or linn Inclndlni In the lilt billty of tho company nr firm tbo liability of the hull vidunl nn inbers tliireof exceed 1 no per cent of paid np capital nM actual surplus No A umnt of lust dividend Xnnq Vcrc nil expenses looses In i r t and boxes deducted tl rufroin before Vclarln dlvllpnd nod WHS not less then 10 per cent of not profit of ilio bank fur time period coy ered by the dividend carried tI surplus fund before wild dividend was declurcd Sec Sec VHl Kentucky Statutes None declared STATE OK KENTlCKV i COUNTY OK OHIO f E L Dtipiiv C shliT of Hockport Deposit Hnuk a Hunk located and dour business on Main Street In the town nf Hock port In snid county being duly sworn siys the foregoing report Is In all respects n true state merit of tho condition of time said Hunk at the close of business on the aoth day of June initt to the best of his knowledge and belief and further sang that the business of sold Bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere rural that tlin above report Is made In compli once with an otllclal notice received from the Secretary of Stilt deslunat Inn the loth day of Tune 11101 as the day on which such report shall be mule Subscribed and sworn to before me by E L Jkupuy time ird shy of July 1105 L Reid Notary Public Ohio county Kentucky My Commlsslsslou as Notary Public expires March 20th 1001 E L Duruv Cashier D F Gums Director Louts HOOGRS Director W P I IKU Director r BEDA July 5Mrs Maggie Wardof I near Beaver Dam who hns ben ill Are You Interested in a Mney Saving Proposition If you are not lont wasto your valuable time in ninlini this ad hilt if you arc inUivstod in salving your money listed jKitioutly ami attintivfly to our stll Ire inurclmnts from way luck tc Uunl that yivv from tin liranHi upun1nicnco is the foundation of our stun Trustworthy dealings tilt plot and urn odtlro the lOIltluoling huroos In tlioso dots of cor pitit ion mal strife it is very hard at times to separate tho whout from the chaff but Meting upon tin theory of seeing is believing wo invite you to visit our store and compare good and priees with the hoods you are now buVhg We have no old goods to show you neither do we every at any tiiny any hoods but what represents tho highest Duality lit tin price Wo save our customers all tilt cash discounts interest on money in lift ill every case where a salt can he saved IiOHl customers we take aLYantngof it nail make tho prices lower And again we are always looking for something better always working to secure values and style superior to other stores This is why t nr stales of today is Letter titan last year Let us slims you good good sold on the ran dinal principles of honesty nail fair and square dealings at as lov priers as an con sistent with mill honorable methods of mnrchandixing We are always pleased to have out friends call mind it is always a pleasure to show you stir good OrcMss GoodsHow beautiful and like expressions are very common these days around our Dress Goods Surely everything that ii now and uptodato and goad both from styles point of view and quality an all here ShoosIn this department we feel that it is incompar able The word Quality is stamped all overour stock and every pair of Shoes we sell represents the very best values that can be produced for the price Same of the different Shoes we sell the manufactures have from season to season perfected and strengthened what have proven to be their weak points until today these Shoes are us near perfection as the shoe makers art can produce Young MCIIM ClotliliiK lathing for the young men from 15 to 20 are n thing of beauty Ask the boys who have inspect ed our lines They are the best advertiiers we haw n Staple Dry Good11e have none but what is of the best every day Dry Goods as well as the purest Fabric and today we find it pays getter than ever to sell only the best the kind that brings our customers back and back againthe kind that remains long after the price has been forgotten Men lithe tmdud the bid yult cordial and the hulas you give our and our made to your May price In J = u for ante time died and was buried at Mt Hermon Mrs Tula Chinn who trot been her parents here spent last week in the guest friends Shaver and wife spent the fourth with Mrs Shavers ester Mrs Albert Chinn Dam On account the meet ing at and Sun dcy Rev Moorman has called in his at the M E church Maybel Ashley is visiting rel ri ives and friends in this v oak file box supper which was have bt en given at Beulah church Satur day night has been on the account of the meeting at Several from here attended the given at Mr V 11 evening and all report a Very time Mrs Mildred Barnett is to Malon Benton who has been Sutherland for the past two months his returned home Bud Hoover and family Barnetts Creek spent Saturday with W Q Parks and family Little Miss Flora Hoover spent and Sunday with her cous- In Miss Mary Mr Peter Shown went to Owens boro Biori Kind Haw Always Botcn Blgctttn lI of 1th Juvenile Clothing Wo have a large assortment of for the small hays Bring them in and let us them up InsIn design and workmanship and Fab rica we exact the heat that tasto and brains tan produce Fashions for the fat man slim man and regular sized man u hot Dcpcirttncttt No mattf how well a man may be drewed if he has on n lint that is unbecoming and not it detracts mule from his general than else about his Hwico have exerted our utmiMtvndoHvorx in selecting our stock in and Boys Hats DcpnrhucntInew Drugs mid Komedies We make such an earnest effort to I keep abreast with the times that we can be of ilk tinct service to you I GroccrlcWe are glad to announce that our Grocery De partment is now fully completed nnd she now stands A thing Wo have on our sholveet everything appetizing and good to eat All we nut is to show you our line for wo know the rest is easy TH i Ile who never at our store pouph1olIl a invitation express that will us an opportunity to hov explain methods which we have mutually hencliriil hundreds of well satisfied customers us produce yarn and Wn for which we pay the highest market THe Brown Mercantile COo Mc IXe21ei X5e tucky Saturday cemetery Sunday morning Owensboro visiting of Jake Beaver of Quarterly Nocreek Saturday rlpointment SundayMiss Owensboro to postponed Quarterly Nocreek ercial Stewarts Saturday pleasant thought be improving at Saturday Parks Tuesday 17BSTORI4L theTts You Clothing fit Cloth qualityof otherwise uptodate appearance anything clothing we of beauty people goods lying Hartford Mcns Dishing the Dill About eighteen years ago the Hon Cyrus Sulloway congnMsimm from New Humptihire wits n mom bur of the state legislature from Manchester At that time the Ici laturc used to mu t in midsummer and one day Sullowny wishing to steak in opposition to a bill that was before time hoine roso und addressed I the chuir while in his shirt PrimaqAlbcrtcoat Immediately Sam Page of Haver hill row to a point of order that the gentleman WHS en deshabille Sullowny slowly unfolded himself and said Mr Speaker thnt is just why I took the floorto dish a bill The house laughed time speaker ruled the point not well taken and thowl1ll1 Pine of the Merrimne continued in his effort to defeat time measure in which if I mistake not he was successful Boston Herald To Polish Copper To polish copper wet a coarse cloth in hot water und sprinkle with pulverized borax Hub the copper surface thoroughly with this and rinse in very hot writer Remedy For Wart Grease with clcan lard hogs lard If hands are covered with them grease allover nndput an old pair of mittens on for a- week Former and Crime Here is a fact that city folks hould renicmber when they aro poking fun nt tho country Reu Farmers compose onehalf of our po ulation but only com ourcremesIanas Subscribe for aeREPUBLICAN y- I rtij v v i5 An Indisputable P 1 SAFE INVESTMENT The material progress which ourrtcountry is now and has been for the past decade of years 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