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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m t ttttfDt tpttblianu Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY trULY 21 1905 No1 CUSTODYI L i Is Schlitzbaum Charged With i i I Stealing From Penitentiary j OregonAt j Weeks k About two weeks ago A Bi Schlitzbaum one time agent for I C Railroad at Fordsville and vhf 1 together with J W Boatener tried to work the American Fires Com puny for 28000 afterwards senten ced to the Eddyville penitentiary titwhere he become a shipping clerk Penitentiary Shoe Company wets arrested at Portland Ore and it will be brought back to Kentucky He is charged with having fraudul tly disposed of some 2000 worth of feet wear while acting as shipping clerk in the penitentiary It became known some time ago that Schlitzbaum had worked a smooth game on the penitentiary 1 thoritiea Information was ohtainct- I I that he shipped shoes that were not ordered supposedly to a confederate who disposed of them The scheme I worked smoothly Schlitzbaum tak ing care that the bogus orders were I not filled too often and that the shipments went out at opportune times Finally when his time was nearly served out tin officials tiegan to suspect Schlitzbaum nod shortly Uv after his release it was discovered ilthat he had worked the penitentiary some 2000- Warrants were immediatelyistsuet covering as many of the separate shipments as could be definitely as curtained and the search for the former shipping clerk began r Schlitzbaum possibly did not 6 that his smooth dealings would b- t Mdiscovered even afterhis departure confined closely for a long time had seen very little except the shoes that he shipped He was pining to see things to make up for what he had lost during his incarceration and without any thought of getting out of the way of officers he went to Portland to see the exposi tion Whatever was his motive i going so far away his sight seein was suddenly terminating by an of titer with brass buttons Schlitzbaums connection with the e famous embezzlement case in J W Boatnerwas implicated i well remembered by the people of this and adjoining counties Boat ner shipped a package said to con tain 28000 from Owensboro t Fordsville At Fordsville the pack age disappeared Schlitzbaum th agent also disappeared turning up later at Falls of Rough The package did not appear Some othe v money disappeared simultaneously with Schlitzbaum and the package Both Boatner and Schlitzbaum were arrestedbut Boatner was finally cleared Schlitzbaum was senI vf tenced to ono year in the penitentiary Death ota Little Child Quite a deep gloom has overspread our little town caused by the sail deat t of little David Caldwell the nine year old son of Robert V andj Helen Caldwell of Louisville I enj t tacky 1On Sunday July 9th one in com pany with his mamma and little brother and sisters arrived here to visit the family of his uncle Mr H H Davis He came full of life and boyish glee in joyful anticipa nt tion of a pleasant vacation But alas for human plans On Tuesday night he was taken seri ously ill and in spite medical aidand all that lovinghandsI and hearts could do the little suffer t er breathed his last on Saturday af noon and his pure spirit winged its flight toa home of glory prepared G by Him who said Suffer littl children to come unto me for of such r is the kingdom of heaven On Sunday afternoon the dear l- it4tlelad was laid to rest in the ceme tery at this place in the presence of a large crowd f sorrowing friends TheIparentehaye tho heartfelt 1 yrt9I4 t 94P1Yt sympathy of the town in this their hour of sad bereavement May the great physician heal their hearts and comfort them with the sweet assurance of n joyful rennin- in heaven where sickness and sorrol- pain and death tan never come A FiUKNlt Centertown Ky Seriously Cut Wade Stratton a young man who I lives about four mill north of hart- ford was seriously cut by JetT ThIgrew occurred on the public row where a number of hands had been summoned in to work the road Travis had been to Hartford nn was accompanied by his wife 0rtis his way home when reaching the point where the hands were at work he called Mr Stratton to one side to talk over or about a former di catty which they had had A fig ensued and Stratton was slashed across the abdomen the chest an under the arm each time a frightful gash being made Mr Tom Strattonfather of youn Stratton rushed in to separate the and was cut slightly on the face It was first thought that young Strattons wounds would prove fa tal but skillful medical treatment saved him and he is now most out ofdanger f JII FIRE AT DEANFIELD Coal Companys Store and Stock Burned Sunday 1Morning Fire at Deanfield at an early hour Sunday morning destroyed the store and office of the Deanfield Coal com pany entailing a loss of 9000 unknowen and was discovered at 3 oclock Sunday morning by W R Williams secretary of the coal company Mr Williams had a room over the store and was awakened by the smoke in his room He rushed down stairs and found the lower portion of the building enveloped in flames The fire had gained great headway when it was discovered and all efforts futilegwas e poatoffice a none of the postofficc ef fects was saved v v HomesJudge R E Duncan of Hawes ville committed suicide at the Con federate home at Pewee Valley last foor the purpose of being treated for the Thue day The papers admitting to the home did not arrive until Satur guestrSaturday night he a heavy dose of morphine and then severed the arteries in both his wrists The poison had taken effect when he was discovered and besides he had almost bled to death though he was still feebly hackingat his throat with a small knife with which he had cut his wrist As soon as he was found he was disarmed and as quickly possible preparations were made to Carry him to the operating table in- the surgeons room but he died before the stairway was reached by the men who were carrying him Mr Duncan was a member of the hoard of trustees of the Confederate home having been appointed to the position by Governor Beckham when the home was established Successful Music Teacher Clear Run Ky July 18 Mr J E Park has organized a large class music here consisting of fifty students The first of the series of lessons was given Sunday July 8th and the school will close six weeks from that date at which time a grandIby plannede of the very bes musicians of the county mod his home people here will spare no in making this series of lessons success in every particular OnoMlnnteG ugliCiirol Fracw a CALEB POWERS IS ILL His Condition is Alarming to His Years of Con = IIIFrlendsSlx on Him Newport Ky July litThe condition of Caleb Powers health i alarming his friends With a stead mess that cannot be checked it seems he daily grows weaker and if the rule of decline conntinues lie will be confined to his cot within a itfew days For two days he has been Iso that he has been compelled to lie down all of the time except during those hours he has set apart rlfor exercise His extreme weakness evidenced in his speech A brief conversations exhausts his lungs and he grows pale and rasps He can eat but two meals a day and one of these consists largely of watermelon htlie deprecates his ailment Six years of confinement is hard Ion one used to an outdoor life and the excitement attendant upon my arrival here was too much for me he said today I will be all right rtin a day or two Arrested For Contempt of Court Maysville Ky July 17A war rant was sworn out today charging Mayor Helmbold of Newport Ky with contempt The alleged con tempt was for interference with orders of the United States court in regard to the placing of Caleb Powers in jail at Newport The warrant now in the hands of United States Marshal Searp The contempt charges filed last week were with drawn and the new charge was based on additional evidence TWDBf Events The Big gathering at Sulphur Springs of over 1200 people at the Y M C A rally last Sunday proved to be a record breaker as for as at tendance And no one yeas drsap pointed with the program which i given below The novelty of an al day worship in Gods Qut of doors brought this large crowd from 21 different points in the county We feel certain now as never before that the Young Mens Christian Associa tion has n plea in Ohio County and is fast proving that the character and nature of its works is worth while The Association deserves great credit for what we hope will be an annual feature Theprogram was as follows Opening G B Likens Chairman Consuration Service led by Dr E W Ford Quartette Messrs PirtleI Long Bean and Thomas Sermon Rev W G Archer Owensboro Noon recess Boys meeting RichI ard Sidenius girls meeting MrsI J S Glenn Music Hartford Orchestra Habits Prof L N Gray The Boys standard Prof OM Shultz Quartette Address Out of the Ruts Rev W G Archer Address The situation Philo C Dix Lou isville Closing exercisesR Sidenius Music Hartford Orchestra The trip around the world given provs one urea of the season It was given under the auspicies of the Ladies Auxiliary of the local Y M C A and it was their unselfish work that made it sucha success Leaving the grand Central Station Y M C A Rooms you took the steamer We Three road wagon to France Mrs R Holbrooks where you were received in true Franc h style After being served with french refreshments and having your fortune told you boarded Flen r Air Ship line to sail through the air to Japan Dr E Bf Pendle tons there rice and tea were taken from real Japanese maids and then Steamer Dago to Germany Nallswhere the crowd par antcoffee took you to Sweden Sidenius After Bak waiting station RD Walkers While waiting ice cream and cake was nicely gotten awayw hJM L irw v again we boarded the Black DirkIhead Electric Car Inie to Old tuck31rsL S Glenns there was i served to cool us all Each home was tastily decorated according to the origiInalitworn We was glad to make tin strip and glader that we got bat to the best country and aye to the best station in the country R S Washington Notes Acting Secretary Ryan of the Interior Department has approved the detail of Twentyfour clerks of the General Land Office in Washing ton to act as registration officers fo the opening of the Unitah reservation in Utah Joseph D Little of Ohio one o three midshipmen who were dismiss ed from the Naval Acedemy for haz nig and whose restoration to the service was authorized by Congress has qualified for appointment as a midshipman and the papers have been sent to the Prsident His com rades were reinstated1some tim agoThe Supreme Court of the district of Columbia rendered judgment in favor of David H Moffatof Denver i Col in his suit against the Chesa peak Beach Railroad Company on a promissory notes for 1222800 Joseph W Deem Tennesseehas been admitted to the Naval Academy as midshipman Chairman Shont of the Panama- Canal Commission Chief Engineer Stevens and Col 0 H Ernst also a member of the commission and of its Engineering Committee will sail for Panama next Thursday on the steamer Mexico which has recently been purchasedand will make its first trip on that date The Navy Department is informed that the cruiser Minneapolis has ar rived at Gibraltar with Rear Admir al Chester superintendent of thena val obsevatory and party on boards In a private letter to a friend- written from Boston since under going the operation for which he came home Gen Leonard Wood states that he will sail for the Philip pines in August EASTERN STAR CONFERRED Masons Wives Mothers and Daughters Receive Frater nal Rites at Centertown Last Friday Rev B F Jenkins conferred the Eastern Star degree of Masonry at Lodge Hall Center town the members of the Center town lodge their wives mothers and daughters and any others entitled to the degree who chose to attend be ing the beneficiaries The rites were conferred on fifty new mem bers more than half of whom were womenRey Jenkins confers the degree in a very impressive manner drawing some splendid lessons from the bibical basis of the work A most elegantly prepared copiously sup plied and daintily cooked repast was served at noon by the members of the lodge which quite an enjoyable feature of the days experiences Rev Jenkins delivered a public lecture on Masonry at night which was largely attended and highly en joyed It was a great day for the fraternity in Centertown and com munity An Ambitious Teacher An ambitious teacher can secure- a first class County Certificate State Certificate or State Diploma by at tending the Southern Normal School Bowling Green Ky This school makes a specialty of training teach ers For Catalog and full information write H H Cherry President Bowling Green Ky Strayrl One dark bay nearly blackmule twelve years old nearly sixteen hands high Crocked right fore foot c IfIG JUDGE ROASTS HELMBOLD Says the Mayor was Looking for Trouble and Found It Pleogerkrested with them on the charge of disorderly conduct and assault HI con nection with the commitment of Caleb Powers to the Newort Ky jail were today dismissed from cus tody the court holding that the at tempt of Mayor Helmbold to desig nate where the Federal prisoner- r should be incarcerated was illegal and that Ploeger and his assistant mayorfhis assistance In rendering his decision Judge Roebuck said In entering the jail Mayor Helmbold in my opening de liberately sought the troublebrought on the diffiiculty and was directly responsible for the provocation- E which threatened bloodshed and nar rowly missed jeopardizing the lives of innocent men One may not com plain of the assault which he him self has provoked A ROMANCE ENDED Couple Never Met Until the day They Were Married at Greenville Central City Kyt July 19Miss Mary Riley a pretty young lady of this place and Mr H Smith of Toledo Ohio were quietly married today at Greenville by the Rev Dr Woodson Miss Rileyjand Mr Smith hadnever met but had correspond ed with each other for some time and today were to meet in Greenville where if agreeable to both parties the marriage ceremony was to be performed Miss Riley accompani ed by her father boarded the train bearing her future husband at this place and unknown to each other they traveled the distance between here and Greenville in the same coach On leaving the train at Greenville they recognized each other from pen pictures given and being mutnally pleased they were married at once Mr and Mrs Smith will visit relatives here for a few and then leave for Toledo where they will make their future home New Rural MallRoute A new rural free delivery mail route has been established with starting point at Narrows and will be known as Narrows Rural Free Delivery No2 It will begin oper alien September 1 It runs as follows Down north side of Rough River to Dundee thence to Sulphur Springs thence to the Tom Hines farm thence to Sunnydale thence to John Wilsons farm thence retrace to Sunnydale depositing lock pouch thence to Hartford and Dundee road near the Ike Duke farm thence to thence to HartfoJd and HarJlnsburg road at Hayward farm thence with said road to Catholic church thence to Arthur Wilsons farm thence by Oak Grove church to Narrows covering a ojis tance of 23j miles Salary of car rier 702 per annum u Magisterial District Convention Beda Ky July liThe Repub licans of Buford Magisterial District met at Beda 2 oclock p m in mass Convention to nominate candidates for Magistrate and Constable Ben S Chamberlain was nominated for Magistrate and H L Westerfield for Constable JOHN BLAIR Chmn BEDA July 19Rev Harned Caneyyille filled his regular appointment at the C P church Sunday Mr and Mrs Lee Chinn returned to their home in Owensboro last week after severalweeks visit with relatives and friends Miss Hallie Davis is very il- lItapfrt Bennett who hM been tw r I SADIE ROBINSON Pretty Girl Suffered From Nervousiaia IandPelvic Catarrh Found Quiet Relief in a Few Days NERVOUSNESS ANDk WEAKNESS CURED BY PERUNAy streetMaldenPernna was recommended to m about a year ago aa an excellent remedy for the troubles peculiar toour lex and aa I found that all that was said of this medicine was true I am pleased to en dorse It I IfI begun to use It about seven month ago for weakness and nervousness caused from overwork mat sleepless ness and found that la m few days 1 began to grow strong myappetite In creased and I began to sleep better consequently my nervousness passed away and the weakness hi the pelvic orgaaa soon disappeared and been well and strong ever slate 4 eattof0 for free medical advice All eorrot pondenoo strictly confidential family Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Tichenor and daughter Miss Jennie went to Hartford Tuesday l L B Tichenor and son visited rel atives at Pleasant Ridge Sunday Miss Savilla Ward is visiting friends in McLean county Alfred Borah Taylor Mines visit ed his mother Saturday and Sunday Mr Marvin Parks and sister Miss Mary attended the ice cream social at Bud Hoovers Saturday night Miss Pearl Hoover spent Saturday night with Miss Mary Parks Ham Daly Pleasant Ridge was in our town Sunday evening There will be singing at Mt Her mon Saturday night RevCantrill Nocreek will preach at Shinkle Chapel Sunday Miss Maybel Ashley returned from Owensboro last Wednesday after a pleasant visit to her aunt Mrs Vivi anBidwellMrs McKinney spent Sun day with Mrs Laura Parks t- iCASTO l i- Bern theThe Kled YN Han JUwys Bostfi r 8igoetnreApers Bald Scalp shiny and thin Then its probably too late You neglected dandruff If you had only taken our ad vice you would have cured Hair Vigor the dandruff saved your hair and added much to it If not entirely bald now is your opportunity Improve it lhateilArer9flair vlV rrurrae ternunpnrenrabhuNlereleaerrroth 4 Unlf to i VlrorMiu II llcllevllle III SIM a bottU j c AVKII CO All drulIUrfor rn NuM- 3 Good Haik r l v STRANGE STORY Of a Preacher Who Courted a Girl By Telepathy for Seven Years Nw York ALH rj11 I A story of first l ve trod telepathy between a man and a girl who hall once seen but never sfxike to eacl other was learned recently in Newark hy are portorm an interview with R utof H W BigeuwH Bi tUt missionary preacher Seven year= an11 the minister saw a woman wtxse nature he realized at once was akin t his own Hedid not speak t her arl never slew her again but during all separation he has held conversations with her he says and received greetings from her daily He ha no doubt that eventually they will meet in the flesh even as their spirits greetudsac h other at that ftwt meeting ReV Mr Bigelew has had a church at Pueblo Mexico f r some years and his standing in the Baptist church excellent His social pisi tion is equally good He is nonfat ried and lives with his aged mother in a fashionable hoarding house at No 107G Brand street Newark the most ariatic section If the city H education uof a character that pre eludes the probability of hiM being led estray by freak theories while his mind is that of an evenly balanced mnnTlw minister who L ft years old tells his strange story as follows In June Ibtlj he said 1 was in Philidolphia on clerical business I flnishrd it and started to leave th city While standing on a street Ironer waiting for K cur I experi need a strange sensation and when I turned involuntarily realized in a llaih its cause A yung woman about 18 years old wan standing near me She waa a remukably beau tiful girl with flowing light hair large blue eyes a prettily inoldei face and well roundel form Slit was below the medium height Every lineamentis indelliblyinpre s ed upon my mind and strong is the recollection the no effort of lIIinI o picture or describe her could ever ipproxomate justice t her charms- I had scarcely rented my eyes ujx n her when she turned and met my glance Jlioru was an instant inter hinge of recognition ultluVigh we ncver had seen each other before I I knew 1 had met my affinity but my clerical grab pivcludtd the pos ibility of approaching her and in troducing myself 1 boarded my ar Su did she tee when I left her face way pnintH i my memory o brightly that nhiniC Jura boon at le to erase the inn Did you speak with hr then 1 i minister Wilt arklI 1 did not AVriiu intUIllt AM unnecessary Itr reeognation to it we were create1 f r each other v 4 apitltualon a higher lane hen any spoken long sage could halIi preswtd Our souls s1ke to leraml reaponded K t wi being at r inwl to the strain Tni mutUHl cognation of our alfltilty ncurre l lii instant our eE = nl tI1 have earcht l fi uw but n vtr hat set n her again R II the l1hJ hiv not SHjwrated h spirit however Vy after day he greats mo by the ttItMthll cam n union of souls atilt assures me I nat we will tweet I am always i i liking of yon she says and willt ilvaysbe your My Krt etmg to ht T is of a kindred r11ttlre I have il t Jttnoii able tt disc vtr where she although I have visiad 1hilidel Hi iia frequently awl been to other ilias my search rrvr relenting ting encouraged by leer uninter of riited communirati Ii with mo What is the nature if yiur roply u- dhID she communicates with you is ed the reporter I simply say 1 t 1and always inking of you dear aVid I know I shall meet noon The greetings a t t assurances of I ve are all the tHgajifeB that pas between Iii Rev Mr Bigelo is a handsome nan tall and muKula with an in illectuftl aitnosi s irituelle face ipMuleuing from tIe chin to the fore ncad which It high H hair shutsl Dinted heard aidnrehfi mustache re of the et bah Lat hecemes uch a face His tanner is tjuiet tad rostrnkiel The ministers setrtkuhhstory has been kiiiivii 111II mate friends r a lojig tine v vi i thought the rema 1J 1 a reporter btaintd tl fWh Mr Bigelow intimates have cast no shadow upoi his belief that sooner or latter ht and the woman he loved at lirstsight will meet his character being bound for the sincerity of statements lie may make Sickening Shlverlnl Fits of Ague and Malaria can be relief ed and cured with Electric Bitters This is a pure tonic medicine of e pedal benefit in malaria for i t exerts a true curative influence on the disease driveing it entirely uu the s stem It is much to be pre ferreil to Quinine having none o this drugs bad aftereffects E S Munday of Henrietta Tex writes My brother waa very low with ma lariat fever and jaundice till he toot Electric Bitters shies weed his life At Z Wayne Grillin Bros druj store price iOl guaranteed Sunflower Philosophy tAb hlNUnfixul illulii J The house is too noisy for comfort with a child in it and too lonesome for comfort when the child leaves so there you ore There are some unreliable travel ers and some unreliable parents but every person who goes to sea is sea sick and every little bady has colic When a woman is an amateur horseback rider she appears to as bad an advantage riding on this l main street as an amateur singer in public When a man gets discourrged and commits suicide he thinks he has discharged his duty to his family by asking other relatives to be good to them When we dont want to latter a woman too much about her children we soy they look like their father oughteto be pleased and isnt An Achison womans answer to her friends objection to her going away from home so much is that th only time her husband kisses her when she takes a train A man died lately so the story goes and the doctor said the death was due to heart failure but his wife said it was due to hating people unnecessarily There is decided coolness between an Atchison man and his wife In discussing the bible the other day the woman said she believed the story that the whale swallowed Jonah and the one about Daniel in the lions den c The man is mad because she believes those big stories and will not believe the little uses he tells lerA boy 15 cane in threw his hat on the floor kicked over a chair anti growled that he wanted his dinner and be quick about it YonI must excuse Reginalds mariners said hil mother to u caller Ik was sick when a child awl got spoil cll Was he sick long said thoJ visitor expecting to hear of an illI ness lasting several years Oh yes replied the mother He hadI the measles 10 days when he was aI Indigestion Cured There is no case of Indigestion Dyspepsia or Stomach Trouble that k will nut yield to the digestive and strengthening influence of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure This remedy takes the strain on the stomach by digest ing what you eat and allowing it to rift until it grows strung again edo Dyspepsia Cure affords quick I and permanent relief from Indiges tion and all Stomach troubles builds up the system rind so purifies that disease can not attack and gain foothold as when in a weakened condition Sold by Z Wayne Griflin Biv m 0 Cannon Made from Rocks Itr onIII1Most people are aware that the fortifications at Malta were cut out the solid rock but it is not genet ally known that rock cannon wenIto knights held ittThe knights shaped and bored rocks in tht lVrm of gigantic cart won which when loaded contained whole barrel of gun powder This shoveled in t11t cannon mouths were plugged with pieces of wood as wadding and loaded up with cannon bulls and shells IScommandedwere likely to approach were able to throw ten thuusand pouudI weight of balls- Nothing surpassed these natural- scannon in the days of the knights and they were unknown anywhere else in the world OneMinute Cough Cure For Coughs Coldsland Croup IISTRANGE RACE With Monkey Faces Fopnc1ln Mexico Kl IuoIrcni Cir Sew York 11trnMI The building of the Kansas City briosrI log to light hear Bacoyna Mexicoj in the western part of the State oft Chihuahua a strange race that lit fin mountain caverns Their Ian guage is an incohent gibberisli peculiar to themselves and they leaj from crag to crag like wild animals The county around Baycona iI wild as can be found anywhere i the republic and its isolatior accounts for the fact that such t 1I lace could thus long remain untouch ed by the forward march of civiliza tntl Judge lay ioode of Texas tm for severe yearn on the bench of the District Court here hits just returned from n tour of research in Mexico i during which he penetrated thecoun leopltIIi I a toItions He camped and formed the acquit imtanceof Father Mariano Guerrera a recluse priest who hits lived in inure then 1I1lll1rt hierGuerrera Judge Goode obtainer much information relative to these peolle who like prairie logs scuttle back into their subterranean homes whenever intruders conic near sightyI ever t and now that the railroad is opening up that section to communication with the world 1 predict that before i another year students from allover the county will be in Mexico to study this remnant of humanity These people are almost dwarfs in size and their faces remind one of the baboon or monkey They are neither Mex ian nor Indian In fact they stem a distinctive race unlike any other in existanee They are timid to such an extent that they seldom permit an outsider to approach them and they flee from a camera as if it were a Galling gun 1 made numerous un successful attempt to take snapshot photographs and although obtain several good views of the locality once could I catch a picture of the individuals themselves I The only semblance of civilization the fact that these people do lifter fashion till the soil Their method of farming is primitive and the yield limited to a few varieties of fruit vegetables which thrive in Northern Mexico regardless cultivation Although I saw no warlike lemon strations Father luerreralwbl + nvs these people perhaps better Ui m any other person informed me t1 it when aroused they are extreme h pugnacious ever eady to rush up on an enemy with bow lilt arrow In fighting they go in droves Their language is different from anything over heard It is an incoherent conglomeration of low guttural sounds more like the grunt of a hog then the articulation of a human be ing and judging from the sound its variations mill inllectiens their vocabulary does not exceed 200 words I thatInlnever been able to engage I hlmin conversation they seem to know that he is spiritual adviser and they have often approached hiss one at a and by signs have given him to understand that they wanted his blessing They evidently have some idea of religion although thy have no places of worship Upon being blessed by the priest they scamps away much after the fashion ofscared rabbits nothing is used sparingly for the climate is enialIf Mr Roosevelt could she this community he would decide that race suicide is not imminent for children are as thick as pickaninnies on a- New Orleans wharf All property eems to be in common and every holly comes and goes as he pleases inIfact so fur as an outsider can see there is an absence of domestic wrangles scandal theft gambling I i and many of the evils thit beset civilized communities Postmaster Must be Watchful j The attention of Postmasters mill railway postal clerks is directed to section HIof the Postal Laws and Regulations of 15102 Sec 2 Act o September lit liHOI by the provis ions of which newspaper or others publications of any kind circulars and pamplets containing odes r tisemonts of lotteries gifts eon llf Imu I Ill enterprises for the distribution of prizes by lot or chance or lists of the prizes awarded in pursuanreofsuchscheino and all other matter relating to them TIltItetras gift con IIcer or similar enterprise offering prizes dependent upon lot or chance as used in that section include j guessing or estimating contests for prizes as well as drawings an rallies of every kind whether gen privetdl al or religious objects and whether the consideration for chances be money or otherwise Enterprises in which prizes are distributed among purchasers of merchandise in state amounts or among subscribers for publications or fur shares of corpse i rate stock through the medium o drawings or guessing contests are lotteries within the meaning of thatI section Publications circulars i cards or pamphlets containing ad vertisements of such enterprises ar notices or other information of an + kind relating to them should be withdrawn iron the mails and treat Iltl in accordance with sections 7W G02 and 521 of the Postal Laws roil Regulations IThe Post Oflce Department is en i to enforce the anti lottcr statutes strictly and with thorough ness Postmasters railway postal clerks and all other officers and em ployes charged with the handling ofI mail matter ore therefore expected to examine such matter especially publications with the greatest care consistent with prompt trans mission and delivery and to withdi aw or exclude all such as is ascertained to relate to lotteries or like enterpises Many Postmasters have been found negligent in this rev guard as well as in the enforcement g of mid orders against lotteries Inv cated in foreign countries announce meiit of the issuance of which is made from time to time in the monthly Postal Guide fGio H CoiiTKtYor A Postmaster General 1 Subscribe for TlIK KKtTHLIC AN QI U nrlvtilcci B rlllltint I A ttructlvo jIXIYY1II1 IINIIIuIII III I DOG WITH A HUMAN FACE Strange Seen By Many Persons in Colora do Hills lBUell1l Vista Col July IB A strangi animal roaming the hills in the vicinity of Wildhorse a station on the Oolorado and Midland rail way two milts west of this city has been seen a number of tines by env rioua people and has bran described differently by melt one The most startling of all however was the experience of a prominent rauchwoinan last evening tike was driving slowly along the road across the Arkansas river from where the animal has its lair when her horse suddenly shied almost throwing bend from the rig She was horrified to see a few feet ahead of her and in the middle of the road the imm strosity It was shout the site aHlllllitdflf a full grutvn grey hound andeta drub color its glistening sides being covered with black spots as large ait llsilver dollars It had a lung snwath tail and the woman declares it had an almost human face nod a briar fling red mustache ornamented the proper place upon its physiognomy The eyes were close together and deep set sal its cars stood erect nml were very pointed After a nn meat it uttered a piteous cry and slunk away through the brush turn ing at the top of the hill fur n last look It stood erect on iu hind feet punctured the rarilied atmosphere 1with sounds that reverberated among the crags and compelled a pace on the part of the usually stupid horse that was a revelation to the driver A number of hunting pony ties have tried in vain to kill thus any imal and efforts are being made to capture it alive Men Who Kill a Town The following elippled from tin exchange contains sumo stubborn facts that cannot he denied A town that sere had anything to do in a public way is on the way to the cem BEST TALKING MACHINES MADE Cylinder Machines 750 to Machines 12 65 Craphophono all kinds of music band orchestra violin vocal and solos It Is an ondloss source of amusement Clear Original Loud 1VIuelcal i25Cj Monstrosity IINuUOnlnlupquplpnrgll P1up1uINIX e111nIn1NU1111unInU1111 111 etery Any citizen who will do noth big for his town furnishes the cotlin The hum who is so selfish as to have a no time for business to give to city affairs is making the shroud The man who will not advertise isdrivini the e The man who is always pulling back from any public enter pris throws boqtiets on the grave The man who is so stingy and selfish as tai be howling hard times preach es the funeral sermon and sings tin doxoligy and tints tits town lies buried free from nil sorrow and f lan Billion Hill wax ngitatud And was much debilitated People sold he had That was everyones presumption When we learned what was the nes tel Bill mile all the doctors scatter t Now he in his own adviser Swear by Little Early Riwr Sold by Z Wayne Gnilin S BrIO druggist in Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the datus ftxff for holding the Kentucky fairs lilOS as far m report ed Oflicors IIf fairs fire requested u report to us any ommWon or nrre trills f dates Hartford October 1 days Madinonville August 1 ft days Danville August S 1 days t Fern Creek August lp 4 days August Hil days Iii 1 day Vnnceburg August in 4 days 17 J days 4 days Springfield August 23 4 days 211 A days Bardstown August au J dnys Florence August Xd 1 days September S f lays 1 iGlasgow September 5 4 days Kentucky State September IS 1 September 25 It days Fnlmotith September 27 4 days Owenshoro October In r1 Bean Iliad Yea Hue hart Ilan eU1t cad iq Paiiola i H l zee uA r i n ttll rMti nHlvH lN0rA hit nr Hll il Inr lMM tn II rllrpl o Catfrh tar Uruil rilllt StOltHCll KilWtU Ii4 Ktll e tI Mn l h 4tICALIJH WILLIAMS Hartford Ky f Grand Prizo St Louis 19O4 Columbia GraPhOPhones 500 Disc to Tho perfectly quartettes otc nsplrlnjj NINIIINNIINIINII1IN111111XYYMIXIIIIIIIIIIN111IIIIIIIIXIIII X111IIIN COLUMBIA IGold Moulded Records Cylinder hers consumption 0 tre Shepherdsville IawrencehurKAugut GuthrieAugUMt ShelhyvllieAuglint NicholtuivilteAugust Eliznbethtown Fair days- Henderson do- ts7bflPCtirA tlea zM ThIot1IIJ IrtRhlllt P reproduces Instrumental s RICh t G E ntcrttlningupttvuting Jautwuurtn- gRcNonunt S D cllghtfuluperlor I i 1Ii r f nuIX i COLUMBIA DISC RECORDS ca C7ilnch SO cents ouch 5 per dozen lOlneh 1 each 10 pur dozenr P I Grand Opera Records imudo In lOInch discsonly 2 each of Send lop Imlmml o tloeuom of machine mad rcordeh Wm hvo all the nowal poputmrill In both aryls mt I fmoordm cyllndtrm and duos Columbia Phonograph Company y r H7II9 West Fourth Street CINCINNATI 0 Qua nd Prize L Stm Louis IOO4 MLhailn wh nYbdhire e Iai1hGa o5 t4iral y rC4wy COLLECTS CIGAR STUBS they New York Millionaire Has Strangest Fad Ever Known I Hlll nun Tllbnii J lilitrii W Barnes the New York attormy nod millionaire ill the owner of perhaps tilt strangest col Ifctinn of July person in the world Ills one fad is to collect tin cigar f tI4tllbsof famous men and hi has a collection of over 70K butts of cigars that have been solace or com I fort to the tobacco lovers of till last all years this collection cm hrucus the stubs thrown away byi Presidents Kings Emperors pretender millionaires Senators a Speakers of the House Congressmen candidates for the Presidency great Generals and other famous men of his time For the last 3u years he has hoer saving labeling and recording thtt unique joQu veil I8 anti servants it waiters at banquets and 4others have found it to their profit to bring to him the remnants of dlI licious smoke of jireat men PI t p viding they can prove beyond doubt that the relic of plat enjoy meat in hooch fidn It is him to deceive Mr Barnes lIt knows his men sal he knows tIhers Ho hM the ptculnritien ofj ximikere It in ald that if he werej given the stilt of a cigar smoked t the great men of todiiy he 1 iheld tell molest at n glance who smoked it providing it came fromI the private stock of the smoker hill been smoked in the ordinary j WilY He can tell by the way cigar are chewed or not chewed by way they are market with tho theI by their lengths by the side burned deepest and by a hundred i and one different ways whether or not the stub is genuine l Ilmnn the butts in the collec tion is one fII black slender pan tells shaped cigar of Havana tobac I co that once was held between the te rth of William of Germany IIndI beside it is the cork tipped crested highly flavored stub of a chYJiroltcI with a part of the Black Germany showing of the paper tha once satisfied till desire of the Will lord Next to that in the collection is n fat black hand rollel and handfilled perfecto that was smoked by King Edward VII of England The cigar was smoked by him on board his royal yacht a year ago The brand is a special one prepard for the ruler by a firm in Havana mud the cost is t SI each in lots of 1000 The butt of J Pierpont Mor guns cigar as shown in the Harnes 1 collection is typicalof the manI fhe cigar is fat black and strong smoked less than half way downand evidently smoked rapidly because i burned unevenly and far down a one side The tobacco in the ciga is the finest in all the collection the multimillionaire orders his ow cigars mule mill pays over 1 each for them smoking as many as 25 a day and seldom smoking one more than half way down He chews the cigar heavily showing nervousness Another treasure is the stubof n cigar smoked by President Grant a few months before his death one of those that helped kill him according to anti tobacconists The cigar is a cheap onepossibly a three foraquarter grade and of dark Connecticut tobacco with a Cuban wrapper and it was among the last cigars smoked by the famous Genet al before he died Another gem is one of Bismarck cigars one of the rare ones that he smoked us an interlude between puffs at his pipe Attorney Barnes paid 100 for the cigar which was smoked at a banquet in Berlin TheI cigar is less than half smoked and is bitten nearly through showing the grim old Germans habit of biting his pipe stem violently There are four of Grover Cleve lands remnants in the collection and all different showing that Cleveland a is not a discriminating smoker t1 1 although two of the cigars are from 0 banquets The President evidently r 4 held the cigars more with his lips than with his teeth because they are only slightly chewed There are three Cannon stubs two long remnants of stogies chewed half way up giving them a paintbrush effect and one fine per recto that also shows that the Speak- E ritfMVvS tr h Jt1tuvcL The crown womanhood ii motherhood Tint uneasy lira the head that wear the crown or anticipates thin coronation when torte i + a lackof womanly strength to tsar the burden nf maternal dignity duty The reRMin wbt many women sink under the strain of motheihood is because they are unprerwred I mihcMUtintily advise expectant moth ers to UM Dr Tierces Favorite Irencrip tlonwrite Mm JW O Stephens of Mila Northumberland Co Va The reason orItutu advice that Ur Picrcen Jnvorite Pre scription 111 the ben preparative for the maternal function No matter how healthy und strong a woman may be she cannot rreparaInot strong n great UmfiU recemd from the use of Favorite Prescription For one thing its use makes the babys advent practically painless It rlIThe proprietors and makers or Doctor Picrces Favorite Prescription now feel fully warranted in offering to pay 500 for wraknraea I RrlIitrial of their niuaii of cure combine smoking and chewing with great success There are cigars that were snuck ed by the Queens of Romania and Portugal and a big stub of a ciga cost Mr Harnus 75 which was smoked by the Sultan of Turkey a smoked stub barely a rem anal that was enjoyed by the voter an Duke of Cambridge before he arose to make one of his famous af terdinner speeches u DoYou WantStrongth If you want to increase you strength you must add too and take from the physical In other words the food you eat must be digested assimilated and appropriated by th nerves blood and tissues before be being expelled from the intes tines Kodol Dyspepsia Cure adds tt up man system It is pleasant to the taste and palatable tend the only combination of digestants that will digest the food and enable the stem to appropriate all of its health and strengthgiving qualities Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m J How to Be Popular Be natural People are quick toI discern affection of any kind and have a contempt for it so give up affectation Be neat There iII great charm in neatness Be affec tionate and sympathetic and dont be self conscious and ashamed to lovt mg un quailn I the blues People like to know how to find n girl not to have to renew her acquaintance every time they meet Be athletic as that means health anti healthiness means wholesomeness 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 andI Colds are properly treated the tragedy is averted F G Huntley o Oklandon Ind writes My wife had the consumption and three doc torn gave her up Finally she took Dr Kings New Discovery I for Consumption Coughs and Colds which cured her and today she is well and strong It kills the germ all diseases One dose relieves Guaranteed at 50c and 100 by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist Trial bottle free The Ruling Passion He readingShe wore an air of mysthryShe How was in trim med ASmooth Article When you find It necessary u see DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It the purest and best for Sores Burns Boils Eczema Blind Bleeding Itching or Protruding Piles Get the genuine DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve Sold by Z Wayne 1 I 1 i KISSES SAVE WHEAT CROP i Rain Was Coming and Hands I Were LfstlessSo MlssllusIton Offered i Kisses and hugs bestowed by pretty girl saved her fathers whoa- rcrop valued at jlOQO from rain i Saline county Kunsaslost week The kisses tend hugs were given as prize by Mabel Huston the eighteenyear old daughter of SII Huston a when farmer to the men whom the farmer hired to take care of his wheat Harvest hands have been scarcer in Kansas this year than for many seasons The farmers of Central Kansas received word from the Gov ernment weather offices on Frkla that a heavy rain was expected the night All wheat which remains unshoeked when it came would lie ruinedThe greater part of the Huston wheat was unshoeked when Huston and tho dozen men who went into the field on Friday Mr IIlJ ton tried to impress on the men- the necessity for hurrying their work The men many of whom had been imported for the season from other states gave little heed to worryThen Huston went into the field with the morning drink of But termilk for the men and when they had gathered about her she said We must save this crop of whoa or I cant return to school this fall t1re most glue e kisses and a hug and to the man who is second I will give just two kisses and the third man a hug Pupa shall be the judge The effect on the men was clecI trifying They worked harder than any harvest hands ever workedbeJ fore in that country dary son aIneighbor of the Hustons and two Eastern men When the last bundle of wheal- e had been shocked told was safe from the rain which soon followed it ww found that Norton had won theI prize It was promptly bestowedas were also the second and and third prizes in the presence of all the halI vesters Spoiled Hor Beauty Harriet Howard of 209 W 34th St New York at one time had her beauty spoiled with skin She writes I had Salt Rheu or Eczema for years but nothin cured it until I used BucklensArni Salve A quick and sure healer for cuts burns and sores 25c Z Wayne Griffin 1C Bros tine store f Could See His Heart In Moberly recently there was man selling mucilage who is a curi osity to the medical fratnity as his left lung is eaten away withcon sumption and from six operations he had performed to obtain relief from physical ills a hole was made in his left silo through which his heart could be plainly seen anaI its throbbing witnessed The man claims that by holding his nose and closiifg his mouth he is enabled to breathe trough the hole in the side He has photographs showing the hole in his side and the cavedin appear once of his chest which is due t some of his ribs being removed The man resides in Colorado land h uponfUntil he obtains the legal papers he refuses to make his name public ou Phonographic BleekerThe chap across the hall has a phonograph hasnt het BaxterNo hes a dentist and is fillingMrs Gabbitts teeth She is trying to talk with two bands a napkin a mirror and a dri in her mouth thats all Disease takes no summer vacationIf Reed flesh and strength us- eScotts Emulsion summer as in winter Send for Ire Tateplit SCOTT It BOWNE ChtmWtt 4DHISPUInICt New York JIICo dof DEGREES OF PRESIDENTS Roosevelt Away in the Lead With a Record ofTen lv York SunJ itsotupon re cently Theodore Roosevelt had a larger collection of college degree than any of his predecessors in tin office of President of the United SUites Including his 131 taken in course at Harvard US years ago he has now had bestowed upon him 10 titles of distinction of this kind and is prix ileged to write after his name eight LL Ds and one L H D This to numbertlaces of the country to any of his predecessors Washington Jefferson and MC- Kinley each received five degrees- r John Adams and Rutherford B Hays each received four Ulysses S Grant received three Six other Presidents received two each seven one each and four other of the nations Chief Magistrates nmnajred to end their days without any recognation of learning or achievements from the colleges The record is extremely interesting to persons interested in statistics of the kind and so far as known it has never before been compiled Atmther curious fact afoul Mr Roosevelts honorary degrees is that their number is exactly the highest of such honors bestowed on Presidents of the United States by any one college Harvard and Princeton have each given the doctorate of laws to President nine timesYale has conferred the sauna de gree on Presidents six times Brown University Columbia Dartmout and Union College have each bestowed LL non three Presidents Three Gbod and Just Reasons- t There are three reasons why moth ors prefer One Minute Cough Cure- S First It is absolutely harmless Second It tastes goodchildren love i1 Third It cures Coughs Croup and Whooping Cough when other reme dies fail Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m How Islands Get Forrest When traveling among the Islands of the Pacific 6r Atlantic one often farm Dargwin and other naturalist have solved the difticuly for us thatbt a cake of dry earth in which was a seedof the toadrush He plants ed the seed and it germinated and floweredProfessor Newton sent him the leg of a partridge which had ben wounded and unable to fly At tached to it was a clod of earth weighing six and onehalf ounces He broke up the clod and placed it un der the bell glass No fewer than eightytwo plants sprang from it It is the more interesting to know that the clod of earth containing this treasury was kept three years before planting OASTcnXAIBun tie Bought Slgutur 4taof 1 Americans in Kentucky There are counties in Kentucky where there is not a single resident of foreign birth declared R B Baker of Louisville The resi dents are the decendants of the old families who came to Kentucky when this State was known as the darkand bloody ground and who isIlforeigners they have no business to do with them therefore the foreign population settles elsewhere I presume the same condition of affairs will be found in these same counties 50 years from now Not anywhere else in this coun try can there be found a settlement which is more truly American When you stop to consider the num ber of nationalities one meets gath ered together in almost every part of the country the way these Kentuckians have managed to keep to themselves is little less than marvel On rn iil C j IAiAvcgetable Preparation forAs sltnlatingfheroodandfcgula wig the St01Jl1chs andBowels of h uu u =erM1ne1il1crallNOTNAnCOTIC fOfCOnsUP1non WormsConvulsiqnsFcwrish ness nnd Loss OF SLEEP oftXEW YORK II I EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER Infants t Pile The Seller of the Age Why liMBulnltuireoi l tdnniliit nif It mrrf of lta e can be cured by stitnl nlu1vrntlon hat you wiulil rather burn ItUllttS roglTlVK will du It Made only by the lne1 For ealebye J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky S See e A man youu woman wrtu wnildwet success m life being conceded it in ol first iiniiiriHutf in cet your training at the schools that stand in the trout N E Cor Second arid Walnut Sts Louisville Kv Sweti xprrieeced teachers each one a special ii ill Inline Write for a beautiful book giving graduates occupying prominent niHiiiii Mil Vr tH UIIIIul twill be mailed to you FREE School pen TI Ilh 1Ae UIHII d or at any tim- E J WRiGHT I IAI I perktt Ak ran Jake end Insitt on our goott HyauttQ not deem them wilt khtp enpw IMet4 upon m Ire of tetra DONT FAIL to end ftIllyttrtlet ciulctf It 111 took of teajy r ad 11t to dmneIUlcrtiteil In Ih pun rf thKtinf Mailed lor 4 cent In tump pette runt J o DOI CIIICorlnrF 1 I u- I TUB REPUBLICAN is to do your Job in a first class manner k CASTORIA For and Children t The Kind You Have AlvJsy ght 1 Bears j r Signature of I n- Use i For Over Thirty YearsI CASTORIAfar Harris Positive Cure Biggest rellarrxthepaugeolallringdrath- All n PIt- eSeuredwtlhouttbeknife IlMUIItK BUSINESSIot very rall- kBRYANT STRATTON Business College BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING fOinnufatfrnnl President Freed STEVENSARMSOTOOLCo 7ku5Ai prepared Printing tr Low One Wy Colonist Rater Vies Big Four Route To CALIFORNIAWASHINGTON p OREGON IDAHO MONTANA UTAH ono Iritcrtnccltfitc territory Ticket on Hole Melt I to May 16 For full information and particu lars as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or ad dress the undersigned WAIIIIKN J lYNVII U I1 A T A- ClnrllinntlOhli S J IIATMS ltrjert1 Anfin- tlunlHfllle Ky Jtodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you oat + + +f+f ++i+++++++++++++ I1+ FEMACURAMn- nrremoillt for F mnl Hhwaim nn on the market tint tbo onlj one that baa proven to be nn Mncilqti and jioiltlve curt for nil broil ot Female Trouble It FCMACIMIA A single trial will rnUYluce the mot skeptical of IU nliuott ml raroloni cnrnlli power lade only by the LEITC11 F1EJI HIARMACAL CO tine For eale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky t k V Hartford Republican IerUPdby the llarllorl 1ulillihlnKCoinpnnjr t Ilzcoarneasen- lii K HUfUIr iTTEZP30EG-OUnb1nd 3- t 4- loucrh 1vr 2 FRIDAY JULY 21 REPUBLICAN TICKET FUIllllaRriINT1TIw- t CHARLES C BEARD KOIl COUNTY JIIHIK W B TAYLOR KOIl COUNTY CoritT IlKKK W S TINSLEY K IOll IWXTY ATTORNEY K M WOODWARD FOil II IiRRIFF R B MARTIN von jAiiiu OSCAR MIDRIFF FOR StriMIIXTESIIiXT OK SCHOOLS JAMES M DEWEESE KOIl ASSKfSOU SAM W LEACH roil sruvnvou NATHANIEL MOXIE t ton COKOSKB JEROME ALLEN FOR MAGISTRATE I lliirtfnrit liUtrlct Nrbolan lliumm i rrnmwrll 1II0trletWI Jllller a Sulphur KprlDB IHntrlrt W S limn 4 KnrdnvllI DUtrlt Sum Kim Ilallutord UItrletIlea S rbnmlicrlnln d Ontrrtown IIItrletHrhrt lInlr 7 Ituckport IIItrltSut yet nomlimtnl FOR CONSTABLE 1 Hiirtrunl Dlntrlct J II linnln 1 S Cromwell HlHtrlet It M Yiiunx i Sulphur Sprluirn UUtrlrt Wnltrr MhtklR 4 KonliTllle DUtrlct K llolilfii r 1IIIIIrllIltrletlI I vtirrMil u 1 Vulertonn nl= trlctw1111111 7 Ili cki irt DUtrlct X it yet ANNOUNCEMENT stViiMiiiitliorliiittonniiniinii 1 II MILKS i t aye nffln i f Mmrliitrateiif the ltork nrt MBIT terlnl UlKtrlft subject tu tin nrtliincil the Iti uMlciin parry- Examine the label on your page- if it is not correct notify us EvES the piefaced fellow doe- not always appear inviting SOME philanthorpic gentleman should step up to Mr Bryan and put the lid on it has been off so long ISNT it about time some one was shaking a red rag in the face of th bull who is acting Mayor of New port DEAD men tell no tales but in Louisville they vote lend or alive their motto being onst a voter always a voterIIT required three doctors to close tin Iowa mans mouth If he is aI politician it will take an undertaker to keep it closedITilE proposition to run automo biles with alcohol should be prompt ly turned down They are misbe having bad enough nowIA CONNECTmantvh0 set a trap for a deer and caught his mother in law is trying awfully hard to show his disappointment DEMOCRATIC orators in Ohio are stirring their followers to wild enthusiasm by predicting that the party will not get as badly walloped this year as they did last M WITTE the senior Russian peace plenipotentiary says that he fears Japans peace terms will be entirely to high and adds that Rus sia will resist all attempts of Japan to exact large sums as indemnity IT has been stated that the Mayo- of Newport hUll two teeth knocked nut in his fight with the jailer on s the occasion of Caleb Powers being brought there The Mayor swears they were knocked in stir to add strength to their ticket by their splendid selections for Magistrate and Constable Hartford district recently gave Nicholas Barrass for Magistrate and J H Depnis for Constable Buf fl the same day gave Ben Chamberlain for Magistrate and H L Westerfield for Constable THE HaitforJ Herald pauses to say The old and much beloved expression that honesty is the best policy is losing its meaning to a great extent in public affairs The Herald probably gets its most stri ing proof of this fact from an o servation of the public affairs of Ohio county No doubt it has been investigating the iron bridge building which has been going on in the county during the past few yea And per chance it has been trying figure out what has become of the 70000 or 80000 more taxes th have been collected in the past seen years than was collected in ti seven years peceeding that time Y verily the proverb seems to me less than it formerly did Kentucky Tobacco Won Frankfort Ky July 17 Official notification was received by the Sec retary of State today of the award of the grand prize of the St Louis Worlds Fair to the State of Ken tucky for having the finest dispk of tobacco at the exposition of 1901 The notification was accompanied u handsome official certificate of the award HERBERT July 14 Misses Lucile Miller Ida Bruner of Owensboro are visiting relatives at this place Wave Bartlett wife and little daughter Carmon of Whitesville spent Sunday at Dave Millers Mrs Fannie Massey of Whites ville spent Sunday at Mr Harry GivensJ I Gilmore of Fordsville visit i ed at Robert Millers Saturday Mrs Nettie Milligan and little daughter Martha returned home last week from a few days visit to relatives at Whitesville Mrs Beatrice Givens entertained at dinner Thursday Those present were Misses Lucile Miller and Ida Bruner of Owensboro and Miss Hallie and Mabel Miller of this placeArthur Ford made a business trip to Owensboro Wednesday Miss Dell Cortey is very sick B H Givens and R M Miller finished delivering their crop of to bacco at the Equity house at Whites yule this week Stockwater is very plentiful a this place No person is complain ring of dry weather Will Stewart went to Owensboro Monday with tobacco 9LATERJuly Ul1essrs Miller and Arthur Milligan who have been i West Virginia for the last three months returned home Sunday Master Wilson Moorman is quite illwith flux ateparty and1 Mrs Jas Ellis at their beautiful home near Walnut Grove Saturday night All enjoyed themselves wer much Owen Flowers and family of Goering visited relatives at this place Sunday I 11church 111aJoe Wells and family of Cham ers were the guests of relatives at this place last week Miss Sadie Miller is ill at this writ ingIMiss Maybelle Miller was the guest of Miss Pearl Bruner Saturday night Miss Anderson Miller who has been visiting at this place for the last two weeksreturned to her hom at Owensboro Saturday Mrs Fannie Gabbert of Neber was the guest of Mrs Jessie Givens Thursday i Educate Your Children We take boys and girls under our personalsupervision Write for information Address H H Cherry Schoolrand Bowling Green Business Univer ity Howling Green Ky Inum Get RidIof ScrofulaBunches eruptions inflammations sore ness of the eyelids and ears diseases of the bones rickets dyspepsia catarrh wasting are only some of the troubles It causes I It Is a very active evil making havoc ol the whole system I HoodsSarsaparilla I Eradicates It cures all Its manifestations and builds up the whole IystemIAccept DO substitute Ji THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources CountryBriefU Items Fortyseven deaths from the heat were reported Wednesday in the Philadelpht4 independeeto n s feelingmout ment as to its disposition in rega j to recognizing their Governmet r + H T Haynes a gas expert of Brandenburg speaking in regard the gas fields of Hardin county says that the formation of this field ex 13eels that of Meade county He c pects to see Louisville and Eiizabet- by town using this gas in a very shO while In a fierce pistol battle within a Frileyulnear Jones Creech was shot to death James Thomas mortally wounds and John Creech slightly wounded butestarted the difficulty confessed to the killing of James Creech balsass he knows nothing about the shooting of the other two men Miller has been arrested IRENDER of Hurt ford was here last Wednesday T E Butler of Shreve was her last Wednesday Miss Zelma Barnett of Reynolds was the guest of Jno Sanders and John Hinton last week W H Barnes of Hartford a there last Wednesday Harry Draper of this place and Miss Mary Espy of McHenry wer married in Hartford last Wednes day Rev G J Bean spoke th words that made them one Wei wish them much joy and happiness throughout their married life- t J W Martin of Beaver Dam w here last Thursday- B F Garrett was in Beaver DamI last Thursday Simon Jones and G W Baize were in Hartford last Thursday John S Spence was in Central FridaynMr and Mrs H M Maddox were in Rockport last Friday Mrs McDowell Fair left las Friday for Stanford accompanied by her sister Mrs M H Collins of Memphis Tenn where they will spenda few weeks visiting their father T E Bibb tylard last FridayIDr J 0 lIcK nney of B avert Dam was here last FrillayiMack Dowell was in Rockport last Saturday Geo M Burton of Cleaton was here last Saturday R E Kenneson spent last Satur day and Sunday in Millwood Mr and Mrs S B Hines spent last Saturday and Sunday in Horton John Francis returned to his home in Martins Ferry Ohio last Satur day after being here on legal business for the past 10 days Prof V M Moseley und L E Herrel were in Hartford last Satur o day Andrew Duncan of Luzerne was seChas Millard and Miss N Harris spent last Saturday and Sun day in Prentis Messrs Sam and Joe James and W J Sloan Cecil Rose and R M Gwyn were in Beaver Dam last Sunday John Barrass of Taylor Mines was here last Sunday b Dr and Mrs H B inner and daughter Miss Gladys were in Tay lor Mines and Beaver Dam last Sun dayT J Morgan of Beaver Damwaa yesterday- Dr J S Fitzhugh of Islam vasI Est rda 11110isEverly W S Vickof Owensboro here today WUSIb Harry Bridges of Louijille wlls here today 1 H A Garrett was in Hartford to day Mr and Mrs Scott Smith have re r turned from Hawesville after a visitj went to Central 1City IJaInd Mclntyre left today for Lin i Jas Veller of Taylor Mines was here today Iliss Ida Mae Henry of U12U Louisville is the gu of Miss Lucye James Master Dichie Francis is visiting- in Powderly Mrs H H Garrett is on the sick list Miss Bertha Blue of is the guest of B C Dowell u rut family trdlie lk Cooper Call For Convention- to At a meeting of the Republican committee of the Rockport Magis terial District held on July 10 nm comNI1hIrate and Constable forsaid district be held at Rockport at 2 oclock p m1 on Saturday July 22 1903 j 6WUt1HAMILTON i Chmn Dist inn0 CENTERTOWN July WDr G F Chapmanwent- c to Risen Ark this week prosper ing for land and timbers A Rone is in Louisville this week on business G W Sauce Risen rlrkspent a few days with friends here this week Martin Rowe of Bowling Greet is here visiting the family of his Brother Alvin Rowe 1Airs V P Brown of Coffman visited her brother E H James t this place last week Mr Stewart and Miss Myrt James of Cromwell are here visits ing Miss James Mrs J W Rowe and daughter d Mortons Gap are here visiting thee family of Robert Rowe Mrs H V Caldwell anti children- e of Louisville came down the Jlth inst to visit the family of her brother H H Davisand while here her Second son took sick with cons festive chill and died at 220 Saturday evening July 15th Mr Cald well was planed for and came ar riving shortly after the little fellow had passed away The family returned home Tuesday morning They have the sympathy of the entire community Twentysix of our ladies and 25 Master Masons had the Eastern- t Star degree conferred upon the here last Friday h Special Excursion Train to Louis vine Ky A special excursion train will b run to Louisville Sunday July 23rd on sale from Beaver Dam to Louisville and return for 175 reoI turning on special train leaving Lou isville 4 p m July 25thjTickets good only on special trains No half tickets sold or baggage checked on these tickets S B VANMETEK Agt Sheriffs Sale By virtue of Execution No 2220 directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of Ohio Circuit Court in favor of F L Felix N B Smith I or one of my Deputies will on Monday the 7th day of Au gust 1905 between the hours of clock P M and oclock P Mat the Court House door in Hartford Ohio county Ky expose to public ale to the highest bidder the muchethereof as tray be necessary to satisf r Plaintiffs debt interest and cost to wit A tract or parcel of land i Ohio county Kentucky on the of Adams Fork of Rough River bein lot No tin the partition of W Yates land Beginning at a ante- eech on the east bunk of east For of said creekopposite cabin cornet to lot No 1 with a line of said lu north 51 east 150 poles to a stake in division corner between lot No1 t and No 2 same course with line of No2 152 polos in all 305 poles to 2 dogwoods hickory and white oak original corner thence with the line south 5 west 64 poles to post oak and red oak on bank of Rileys spring branch then down said with its meanders to its mouth the said east fork thence up paid ast fork with its meanders to th acresIsaid N B Smith TERMS Sale will be made on a Ir uh 0 ff f f f f dsJu4 t 4+ b 00 t 0 E P Barnes Bro VAt Clothing MarkedDown Prices All odd lots of Sumner Clothing haw lnfii put onJbargain counters and the piires eat almost half in f Drop in at Humes storo and buyono of those innrkod roduu n minner Suits Seem Hollars choiio for any of j our irons Suits that sold for 10 nod i50 choice for any of anothtu lot of Mens Suits that soul for 10 j Only 550 choice of a lot of Mens Suits that sold lurrSS5U These uri bargains I irt Mens Straw Hisj j Only broken lots of Mens and Boy Straw Hats left but we will olUr you ono so cheap that you will cor tainly buy it just to finish out the season with Try us tool see tiring your boy tool drop in lord wo will 4 lit him at a low price Youre protty sure to find soniethintitlesirablo in this lot 13 Wash Materials In the Urea Goods section you will lied fine Duds fjJ tnltnkod at about half the former price Now is the time to buy a fine Dress at a very cheap price If you enjoy saving motley just hay some of these cheap Wash Dress and Waist Materials As bargains theyre H certainly the rarest weve ollercd yet LowCuts and Oxfords youfor a very tlelore price You will also lied odd lots of Slippers that can lie bought at onehalf their former price and oven isfa 0 won Millinery Your chances in this department are growing Icaskeveryday Mats are growing less anti prices getting 1 tJ lower Kvery Hat has been badly butchered in pricetNow is a moneysaving time in our Millinery section We have priced thorn so low that we foci sure ofsell ing tevery Hat in our stock Remember you eau buya Hat from Joe npallnow seasonable Hats Come tquick and get lust choice lice us your orders 11 so let us retrim your old Hats V f Beaver DfTtf70ecredit of a months bond with approv security required hearing inter est at the rate of fi per cent annum day of wile and having the force and erect of a sale hand Witness my hand this HIIlay of July 1905 CAL P KEOWN S 0 C By CLARENCE KEOWN D S SMALLHOUS July liHe Boggess and family Thursdayt Saturdayiton was the guest of Oppio Kitting er and family and J C Drake the latter part of last week Messrs Orville Bennett New Orleans and George Bnnett of Missis parentsn nddstb Frik OmaMadtArlie Bishop has returned to Ma tnzas after a few days visit here Mrs Alva Calloway anti daughter Miss Maude have returned from a visit to relatives at Beda Miss Ethel Hunter is the guest of Miss Nettie Geiger Miss Gusts Geiger is the truest of her uncle James Bennett Matan zas Mrs Ed Howell of Island was thee gucstof Mrs John Barnard and Mrs W T Howell Friday sand Saturday Caz Mason and wife went to South Carrollton Tuesday Fred Boone was the guest of his father near Ceralvo Saturday y 1 Orlando Cox is on the sick list J Several from here attended the picnic at Roqkport Saturday I daughterMiss TuesdayMisses Alice Fulker son and Lucy Withrow were the guests of Mrs James Bennett Mon day night Aliases Nettie Geiger and Ethel LennieIrly i Misses Ruth and Naoma Bell were guests of Mrs J C Bennett Sunc1 dayRev Boggess will preach the fu EuniceDrare 4 1 Sunday I atEqualityday in August Misses Nettle Geiger and Ethel Hunter spent Sunday night with Mrs Chester Lindley in the Point i1fPleasant neighborhood rIMrs Ernie Bullock and sister f r Miss Edith Ashby Centertown were the guesss of 11lnd Mrs Joe Bul lock Wednesday 0 W Overhulhi and S E Hunter SaturdayC + tRockport and Echols Saturday thisdistrict j I AFor rth The Kind You Have Always Bought x Bears tho- Slguaturo of a ll 1 Provided for You atFairs 11b4 W 41 In order to make shopping a pleasure during tho b1 j hot weather yon will find at Fairs a nice cool storo jj J plenty good ico water undn OIPof contpotuutb1 4 salespeople to show you tho prettiest tillu summer 42 wearables in Hartford Come and make our house t47 your shopping place i r New Wash Goods i- b Jj Wu have received From tho markets the latest for J 1 midsummer wear in Sheer Organdies hoth plain 43 and flnwycumpletl lines of Swisses Dimities Ba 3 tiste White Good Etc with a grand assortment of t4 dainty Laces and Insertions to trim them Wo are J sure we lan please you We invite your inspection JJ m 44 bra 41Ladies Furnishings 9 t Ton bleached Ribbed Vests taped l 3 neck and armholes the vory kind that you pay 15c J 4 j fur as long as they last you can buy them fur JOc 1 See our lisps Neckwear and Fans three acces yfj 41wnios toyour Hummei outfit that are indispensablebb u all the new things in all of y fIi Wash Belts iioc Silk Holly all shades 25c and i fi 50c Wash Turnovers Stocks and fancy wash ole jj tars late desirable styles for only 25c U 49 A grout selection of Fans in paper linen and silk at pricey running from fie to 7oc See our Furnish tr 41 tagsalways t1l newest found U 41I1 Clothingbn A line assortment of tWo pieeO homespun Suits j 41 eight shades the very kind for comfort and style for Sour 5 41bf41 Bargain Basement 9 41 A place where till can find something useful fort j tho home prices witi in the reach of nll5c and bfr lOc nothing higher Too many useful things J Unn AT41 The Bargain Center f4ir12 Hartford Republican f FRIDAY JULY 21 = =Illinois Contral RallroadTlmo Tablo North Iliiuixl I Noltt der HI1 n III Nil ildurlxaopu I No JBJOu SS7pni Nun I li HoniHl SnLI dnallM n w So inl der 2KI Is- 111 dnrU 40 p m OTMI TIIK IIKPUItllUAN will print Irrp nl rlmricn Memory Nollrr fltillnnrlPH ItroolulioiiH of ltrqrrf- I1 iIctnthn pxlrul nl inn word Allover I Hint nnioiinl nrrlmrtcn form Hie rntoiif lo per word pn 0 h In mlvtiiief Arllflm In excess at ISO words will hr rut IwlIllI rrqnlrnl limit unless nIOIIPYlssenl wllli inniiii rrltl Io P Plry ic n ward lu nvrrjr lu iniirr J J See Fairs Carpelsand Mattings j Nice u1F blCitRestaurant I j For a Towel bargaincall at Fairs i Fiftycents Shirts now 3ilc at I 1ifJairs7 reduction in Millinery atL r JairsIFairs or e City Restaurant surely feeds the I f tpeqplo Finis Warren Rosunecalled to sec us Tuesday Mrs Nattie Biswell Friedaland Juis typhoid fever I I r Best Ice Cream and Cakes in town at City Restaurant V Burial Caskets sale by P L Wool CeralvoKy 42tl2 isnt the City Restaurant IceCream just fine 111YLr vyLa c N t Dr J S Smith McHenry called to see us Wednesday Wear the American Lady Corsets Found only at Fairs Special prices on Lace Curtains and Curtain Scrims at Fairs Mr J C Bennett Matanzas call ed to see us Wednesday W S Dean Dundee was a pleas ant caller last Wednesday Mr Nat Lindley Point Pleasant called to see us Wednesday Spurgeon Foster Horse Branch called to see us Wednesday Mr H H Davis Centertown was a pleasant caller Wednesday Mr F A Shaver Beda was a pleasant caller last Saturday Mr JohnT Rone Centertown was a pleasant caller Wednesday Mr P DownsLivermore was a very pleasant caller yesterday For Scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College apply at this officeEconomic buyers visit Fairs DC and lOc basement You should do the same T Wallace of the East IlIrJ neighborhood called to see Mr W P Midkiff Sulphur Springs was a very pleasant caller last Saturday A great line of Ladies Collars Neck ribbons and Belts at Long Cos See them Dont worry and stew over making Ice Cream when you can buy better at City Restaurant Dr E W Ford and family return ed the first of the week from a visit to relatives at Fordsville ciy ny The white teachers examination for July is being held at Fordsville Look through Faro remnant pile Might find what you want at a low priceIMr G Brant Leach St Louis istheI guest of Rev W T Miller and family See our Bargain Shoe Counter ahmI our Straw Hats LONG Co at Economy Storti Black Birkheads New Stable is large enough to accommodate every body Give them a call Just received a big line of Ladies White Duck Shirt Waist Hats at Economy Store LONG Co Black Birkhead will carry you to Beaver Dam and back Bus makes three regular trips daily i nlllCll1nqJuly Long Co at Economy StoreI IehasW T Miller returned home yesterday Commonwealths Attorney N T Howard Morgantown was in the city on legal business the first of the week Rev Frank Baker begun a pro tracted meeting at Oak Grove church near Narrows Wednesday night Durinp an electric storm Monday evening lightning killed a fine milk cow for Fred Miles near Barretts Ferry Soda Water Lemonade Pop Coca Cola Orange Juice Cherry Phosphate Soda Cream c at City Res taurant Mrs Dr A F Stanley returned Monday from an extensive visit to relatives and friends at Versailes and Frankfort Ky Rev F M Petty and family of Louisville are visiting friends and relatives at Narrows and Sulphur Springs this week Miss Bessie Trisler who had been the guest of Miss Mary Bennett City returned to her home at Ma rion Ky Monday Circuit Clerk E G Barrass left Monday for Grayson Springs to at tend the State Association of Cir cuit Clerks He will return today Dr A F Stanley returned the first of the week from a few weeks vacation at Dawson Springs The Doctor is generally improved in health Mr Thomas Petrie arrived Sun day to join his wife and two little daughters who have been the guests of Mr and Mrs J E Fogle for the past few weeks The regular term of Quarterly Court was held at Court Hall be ginning Monday and closing yesterday Quite a good deal of business was transacted Mr Clarence Fields who was in jured in a railroad accident in Lou isiana several weeks ago arrived yesterday to visit his parents Mr and Mrs Henry Fields Prof Clarence Bennett who has been attending school at Lexington retured to his home at Narrows Wed nesday Prof Bennett will teach the New Baymus school this fall At the Republican Magisterial dis trict convention held at Beaver Dam last Saturday Mr Nicholas Bar rass was nominated for Magistrate and Mr J B Dennis was chosen for Constable The engineers who are surveying the right of way for the Madison villeHartford and Eastern railroad crossed Green River near Pt Pleas ant Tuesday and are coming on to wards Hartford Childrens day services will beheld at Central Grove Baptist church on the fifth Sunday in July An ex cellent program has been arranged and basket dinner will be served Everybody invited School children who have old I books that they want to exchange for new ones Under the recently en acted uniform schoolbook law must do so on or before September 1 No exchanges after that date Supt Jas 11 DeWeese received notice last Saturday that the per capita fpr the ensuing school year has been fixed at 325 for the State Ohio county will be about 315 as compared with 295 last year J It lk J cL Black Birkhead the liverymen have the nicest Rigs and the best I horses I Mr J B Warden Centertown called at the Republican office Wed nesdayIA few pairs Childs Slippers size jjs to IJs former price 160 now 0c atFairs Useful articles you have been paying 2oc to Jioc for you buy in Fairs basement for 5c and lOc j Col C M Barnett arrived fromI Louisville Wednesday to be the guest of his family a few days Fairs can show you the prettiest Embroideries and daintiest Lace Insertion to be found in Hartford 1 Come in and see the new shoes we are getting from the Peters Shoe Co Long Co at Ecouomy Storej ILeave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun I 46tfIThere have been ten seventeen ordinary suits filed in Cir cuit Court since the regular May I termLittle 4 Miss Commie Wedding Sulphur Springs who has been visiting 4 her uncle Judge R R Wed ding returned home Wednesday Mr W1T Woodward who has been absent at Owensboro for sever al weekswas the guest of his family the latter part of last week Miss Bernie Welburne and MrsI Clarence Smith Fordsville were the guests of relatives and friends in Hartford the first of the week Mrs Dr J H White and sonI Samuel Charleston Mo and Mrs Charles Rogers Elkton Ky are the guests of Capt and Mrs S K Cox The youngest child of Mr and Mrs Sherman Condit of the No creekneighborhooddied last Sunday night and was buried Monday at Woodwards Valley Rev C D Stevens preached at the Almshouse Chapel last Sunday afternoon A large audience listen ed attentively to the splendid dis course of the young devine LosTBetween Fordsville and Sulphur Springs July 16th a ladies gold watch plain case with mono gram 0 G Finder please deliver to or notify W S Gains Fordsville Ky Mr J M Mattingly who has been for the past several years chief miller at the Ford flouring mill here has moved with his family to Smithfield Ky where he has ac cepted a position with a large flouring mill Willie Sanders of Friedaland lost a valuable horse in a peculiar acci dent last week The horse got loose with the bridle on and while crossing the brdige across Caney Creek got its feet tangled in the bridle fel off the budge and broke its back Mess rs Schuyler Axton S R Acton and C L Wedding of Sul phur Springs pride themselves as I being the champion frog hunters of the county They recently bagged several dozen of the very large va riety in a few hours capturing the principal part of them by means of fish hooks with redflannel for bait Sheriff Cal P Keown City Mr Harry Barnard Williams Mines and Mr John Duncan Greenville left Tuesday to attend the town lot drawing at Covington Lucien and Green up Oklahoma Several Ohio county people have purchased lots in these towns whose interest will be looked after by these gentlemen License to Wed The folliwing permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last report Finis T Warren Rosine ago 21 years to Myrtle Wallace Rosine age 17 years Thomas W McQuady Caneyville age 32 years to Nola Willoby Baizetown age 27 years TUXES NOW DUE We Have received the tax book and are now ready o receipt you for for your taxes Please call atyour earliest convenience and pay Same C P Keown itf Sheriff Ohio Co 1 PLEASANT GRQVO July 18 Farmers arc almost hrough threshing wheat in this part Some Great IE Values in Clothing We offer this monthall Our 1000 Suits for 750 IiOur 000 Suits fur S700 850 Suits for 050 Our 800 Suits for 000 Our 750 Suits fin G50 Our 700 Snits for 500 4Our G50 Suits for 450 000 Suits for 100 Our 500 Suits for 350- I Shoes Owing to the lateness of the season ullof our LowCut Shoes for men and Slippers for women A SWELL LOW CUTwill go at cost price made in all leathersand It styles A it late you Slippers we LowCuts 185 145 LowCuts 120 We rsortment Ladies Tan Slipper we are p selling at cost We will continue to give special prices during this summer season whichwill en to save money p Now is tho time to supply yourself with Calico Ginghams Percals Shirting Sheeting Bleached y and Unbleached Cotton Etc Our Best Calico 43c P Bleached Cotton 5cUnblea-ched Cotton Ac r Heavy Shirting k 7c Best Shirt Gingham Gic Ip Yours for Bargains = Sam Bach208 W Main St iltHartford Kentucky of the country Roy Bradley who has been in Illinois for the past four months will return to his native home on July 30 Bernie Baker who has been in Colorado for the past three months has returned home Prof A V Leach of Prentis was a the guest of his friends in the Grove Saturday and Sunday Lobs of Huntsville filled his regular appointment at the v Grove Sunday- C W Bradley and wife visited rel atives at Farest Sunday Will England RochesterisvisitingI the home of W weekMisses Conny Bradley and OraI BelIItonbefore returning home The party at the home of Mila1 Cox Monday night was largely atI tended All reports a grand time Our public school is progressing nicely under Prof Bartright i MrsEthel Wester presented to her I husband on July 4 a 7 pound girl iEditorto return our heartfelt thanks I I through the columns of your paper to our friends who aa kinJly aided us during the sickness death asd1 IICaldwella wise God ever attend allIROBERT V I IlHJENNIE DAvm- sSULPHUR SPRINGS July 19Owing to the rainy weather farmers are getting along slow threshing wheat rho public school at Ronoak un I is not too for to buy for have many weeks of hot weather ahead of us 250 Mens for 200 Low Cuts for 175 for have n nice as of which p able you Mefford der the management of Miss Lufcs Acton is progressing nicelyI Nannie Jones Fordsvilleis visiting friends near Sulphur Springs this weekEverybody who attended the gee ture at the Springs Sunday report pleasant time They were never more highly entertained in one of Ohio countys public gatherings the program being nicely arranged and ell carried out I assure you we the people of Sulphur Springs do appreciate this and want to ask the members of the Y M C A or another Christian organization when they may want to take a day outinjr to come here Rev Baker began a nolracteti 1VednesiRev Mrs B F Atkinson and daughters Pauline and Floy or Louisvilleare visiting Mrs Atkinson parentsand Mr and Mrs Wm Acton IBro F M Petty wife and son arc visiting friends mid relatives at Narrows this week Monte Chrlsto Colt Show By request of the parties interest ed I have decided to change the daft of the Moute Cnristo colt show at Centertown from the first Saturday in August to the first Saturday in September 100 I will givo pe miums to two of the best Mont Christo colts foaled in the year 190 X10 to the first and 5 to the second best colt Judges to be selected on of show F Mi ALIEN r22 Centertown Ey Enter School Mention course wanted where you write for our catalog Address If SoutrcrrNorIi ness University Bow ling G t it r +ayfr t 1rti + w ia WEALTHY GIRLI Is a Deputy Sheriff and Has Arrested Some Though CharactersI blHI Itl i MIOn a much down in lives young woman who for some time has been engaged in a vocation for which it has always heen supposed only men were cut out She is a Deputy Sheriff of Mexico County in the Lone Star State This young womans name is Clara Driscoll She is no untaught lass of the wild and woolly Southwest but is a highly educated extremely wealth young woman who numbers almost her intimate friends the wealthiest and bestknown people of the North Almost every year sees her in Cnicago and New York In the latter city she is often the gues of the George Goulds Miss Driscoll is a small lithe activa- mid very pretty girl She first fignr ed in the public life of her stat when she made an effort to rescue from oblivion the celebrated ol d Alamo Her father is the owner o the great Palo Alto ranch of 100000 acres in Southwestern Texas Th ranch is about 18 miles from Corpu- Christi and a little more than 1000 miles from the Rio Grnnde When young she was sent to France where she spent three years in a convent When she returned to Texas she became known as the Diana of the Southwest she being one of the best hunters in the state But the strangest side of the life j of this young woman has to do with her commission as Deputy Sheriff of j 1thecounty in which she lives She j t has had numerous experiences with cattle rustlers and bandits and fence emitters and she has proved her worth as an officer of the law I One of her exreriences had to do wilh the rustlers j From time to time there had been on her fathers ranch depredations by cattle rustlers and fence cut tersmostly Mexicans from over th border These men expected no j mercy and gave none A bullet cut down whoever happened to interpose j between them and their retreat A trusted foreman an elderly man I had been shot dead by the desperadoes Miss Driscoll was determined that justice should be meted out these men whenever run down toII her cowboys The Sheriff or Texas ranger might be miles miles away when he was most need ed and she wanted no lynch law on her ranch Then too given as she was to riding on her spirited mustang to the outermost limits of the ranch the license to carry a pistolI gave her a complete sense of ty It happened at a time when she had taken an unusually long ride and had started to return to the ranch over a more southerly route It wasI midday Entering a copse of trees she saw ahead the outline of a river bank As she came nearer she doteceted a thin column of smoke rising from below the bank of the j dried river bed Thinking it was apart of her fathers men she rode tip until she could get a better vision There below crouching over a fire they had built were two Mexicans j villainouslooking built fellowsnearat hand lay their rifles They were absorbed in their occupation 811II they did not hear her Tier keen sense detected the odor of cooking flesh and for the first timeI she noticed the carcas of one fathers yearlings lying further on Then as she thought of the fate of the former foreman who had fallen a victim perhaps to these same men she realized her peril As an officer of the law it was her duty arrest them at any cost She toI her Colts navy and covering she dashed down over the river bank I The men taken unawares threw up their hands They were commanded to move away from the fire while she secur ed their rifles then womanlike she saw that they appeared desperately hungry and she allowed them to finish their roasting and even ute with them This strange repast ended the comely deputy mounted her mustang and marched these men ahead of her back to the ranch where they were secured until a ranger took them in charge and saw them safely in Corpus y Christi Jail JMrsNexdoreProf ed at our house totla and mj daughter played thepiano for himIHe just raved over her playing Miss Pepprey How rude Whj couldnt he conceal his feelings tin way the rest of us do- sTrue IIf you go any deeper said the bal headel man to the mos quito Ill smash you IIIf you do sang the tormentor warningly my blood will be IIlflJur heal BIG FAMILIES THE BEST 1lothl1r Bock of the Hollon Recorder Ins lined upon the side of resident Roosevelt in the big fnmi ly controversy and raises a new point to justify his lW itiontff the opposition will investigate the matter just a little it will timid that nine out of ten of the great men and women of this country have Andtif it will carry the investigation a iseare eue or 1a children in the family the be seldomeamount to much The more educa boydthe worse you mnke him unless he can in some wav overcome his self ofeifsamong their acrjunintnnces the best boy and girls mite not as a rule them lllhlr3 of large fluuilitsKanF- ns City Journal Deceased Wife Sister Muddles mllrriAgeiwealth has let to many complieuI tions in the inheritance tyand very embarrassing social in cidents hove hupjiened One of the i most unpleasant occurred during the reign of the late quern Arrange ments hud been made b the coio uial office for the prentiltion of an Australian cabinet minister and his wife at court but when it was found j that the ladywas a deceased wifes sister the proposed presentation was j apis11alesesole is not likely to bo repented for in j legalization of marriage with n de ceased wifes sister London ChronicleISneezed Out a Bullet Colonel Sidney H Cooke local manager of the Ixsaven worth Kan Soldiers home according U the Times of that city probably is the only man in the world who ever sneezed a bullet out of his head He was badly wounded at time battle of the Wilderness a Confederate bullet haying Knetrated His brain He was taken prisoner and sent to Andenonville after having his wound dressed by a doctor who did not attempt to extract the bullet Cooke recovered and the lead in his i noggin did not bother him at nil One day he commenced to snooze and he nearly sneezed himself toIdeath He sneezed for ten da With the last sneeze carne the bullet IChInese Chicken Farming mild po to school to the ChiiiCfO in the art of thicken farming A traveler passing through i the province of Chekiang n fens j weeks ago Vas struck with the enor chickollSIin country IOU quiries on tin subject mid ut lengthI he was askwl by u poultry and inspect his rearingurfllngeI 1160 The plant s at a and the 10000I product is 6000 chicks inexpcllEendof the fourth day and those that show no signs of fertilization- are sold cheap Bad Luck In Cross Eyed Wax Figure There is a Btorokeejwr in Kansas City who although he doesnt know losing trade through the pres ence of a wax figure of n woman in his show window The woman ill comely and she displays dresses very well but she is cross o ll1uIIl bet Ive heard twenty women talking about that cross eyed figure said n policeman who walks a bent near the store recently Sonic of them are superstitious and actually refuse to buy at the store They think the cross eyed woman will give them had luckKansas City Times Garcia Survives Them All To realize the age of Manuel Gar cia who recently celebrated his one hundredth birthday it must be remembered that his first singing mas ter Giovanni Anzani was alive in the days of Bach and Handel that Schubert and Beethoven were still Iyoung when he wai born that Cbo uctoro him and that at the Time of his greatest triumphs Vagner and Verdi were schoolboy Kviry one of the=o musicians has IKOII dead for years but Garcia survive Patent In China IIFirst e government according to German papers has granted its first patent It is for an electric lamp the inventor of which is an inhabitant of Nanking the old capi tal of the Chinese empire who calls his lamp the bright moonlight mind osfcrts that it is far superior to foreign glow lights thut hitherto have been sold lIt Shanghai and oth er Chinesocities A LITTLE NONSENSE Serious Mistake of the Surgeons In a Rush Operation The man who had keen taken from the tyrtekof the automobile and curried to the hospital is asked what his name is Spuddigot he whispered Sjmddsgot whispered the stir mnustbeoperate on him Rushing the patient to the operating room they remove his appendix and are cleaning tholr instrununts when one of tint number who hoc bethought himself to notify time family by telephone rushes nun the room amid shouts This in n terrible mit rt 1Vi have made a wrong Vmjnutii 1nI1iwsihleetv the others Hut we have It is thi tnais brother who is the molt innI inn sure Chagrined the surgeons ittinij t to jmllinto the II I1 t by nflrni him his appendix neatly Pin T it cut nttf of alvlhl I Ii nifn Tribune A New Invention Tliins Inifcssnr BiiiHrli He iluys wears lit iimlirtlln cloak lJI1 wuH it runs lie I teed to open it to keep iperfectly drvf HistoryI had ransacked the whole shop in his of forts to please nn old ladywho preienti r j time she picked up and critically examined u neat little satchel Are you quite sure Unit this is genuine alligator skin f she in quiredIositmndlam moth the myI lady That madam is where it struck the ground when it tumbled off the tree Philadelphia Ledger OABTOBAjBest the1te Kind You Hate Jtajs Bough Eigtutsrt I of NOTICE I Orders Ohio County Court E E Rhoads c For f motion Localoption election in Etnaville voting precinct This day the petitioners herein filed the affidavit of Mack Ragland Deputy County Clerk and C D Moorman S L Phillipps C R Rhoads and J J Huts who are now and were on the 6th day of July 1905 the regularly appointed elec tion officers for the Etnaville vot ing precinct in Ohio county Ken tucky and it appearing from the affidavit of said election officers and their report herein made upon return of ballot box to County Clerk that the election herein ordered by a judgment of this court at its reguJ lar June term 1905 to tberhejdvoh I Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New Discovery For Prlre CDIIV1flTIOS SkdOL00 A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It fails Trial Bottle free i BEST FOR THE- BOWELS It yon fctTent refrnlir hetlthy morenent of tht boIrdlurmMWIllI theLapof Kerpyuur Tlolent phjrile or pill poison It tiaocvrim Th I tnouthett eulrot meet perfect rrr of keplnr the bowel clear and dean U to lake CANDY CATHARTIO EAT EM LIKE CANDY Pies nt PlUtltlr pi tKt ttatf norm Do OooJ Never Sit k n Vm nerurlr zs amt- ump4IM ik u- Sttrllna Reme Jr Company Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN IrompUrnbUinrnornefMi Writ for our CONF DENTIAhLETTER before appljiUK we obtnto PATENTS THAT PAY and help intent Ill lattice a send iiioltllih m pIOR anti re end IMMEDIATE FREE ON PAT ENTABILITV 20Tnr pIIc lirgia terrd rant LairTrm St r come to OM at EOS607 7th St WASHINGTON D C FII Ia f ihe 11 Lnt rrid fur the rtisn that aid tUr tiiin nUiciTf vliist il iy t was tn said flection hail in hallos 11111inwhich they or anyof them could cast their votes un the flulstionl ordered suhniittud to wit er or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors should be sold bartered loaned or tralllcked in within said Etnaville voting pncinct and it ap gearing further that in some way said ballot book disappeared prior to the time of opening said poll in said precinct and that this was only discovered at the time If opening said poll for said election and that it was then too late to have other ballots prepared for voting on said question upon said date and that therefore the judgment aforesaid of this court has not peen performed nor any election held it is now ordered and directed that said election be held in = aid Etnaville voting precinct on the first day of August 190a for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters in saidjEt naville voting precinct upon the question whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall bo sold bartered loaned or trafficked in within said voting precinct and the Clerk of this court is directed to prepare poll book and ballots for said purpose and perform such oth er duties as the law requires in such cases and the Sheriff of Ohio coun ty is directed to advertise said election for at least two weeks just prior to date of election in some week ly or daily newspaper published in Ohio county and upon said date August 1 1905 to open a poll at the voting place in said Ktnaville voting precinct for the purpose of holding said election The election officers appointed will upon said date hold said election as required by law and this proceeding is continued A copy attest M S UAGLAND Clerk By U G RAGLAND D C Pursuant to the foregoing order and judgment of the Ohio County Coprt I will on Tuesday August 1 1905 cause a poll to be opened as and in the manner required by law at the voting place in jEtnaville vot ing precinct Ohio countyKentucky to take the sense of the legal voters of said precinct qualified to vote for county officers upon the proposition Whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned or trafficked in in the said jEtnaville precinctOhio county Kentucky Given under my hand Kentuckyj Hnry Wattrsons Lettr s from EuropeWill A Leading Feature ofT- heCourierJournal During 1905 There will hr ninny oilier nlUHCtivi depnltitients 1411 1I111t to take d- colontr NtiWAp ip r Mall hate Dally Courier loiinial 1 Yr 6 Dally mid Sunday 1 Vr 8 Weekly 1 Yr I COeRmRlJlTi I COtlANV ioiisvuut KY liy a Special ArrnitKcuit you can get the HARTFORD REPUBLICAN mill Ilio WKLY COURIERJOURNAL trolet 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ROUGH COMPANY IISO Scientific American CO3BtBroad DEENDEDIleDdmoddrawl belullnWrlle RIViR- TELEPHONE tltlrnkP1kA5rblTalk rhrau and ICItnyou should patnmr home Iniks where you can buy youi own phones r 1 and build your own liars and bet talking distance with the u holy coun tyand business points generality only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense It you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For partlcn Iilanngerirlfprd I 1gI My Own Story ByR Caleb PowersThis hook illl calm dispassionate account from tin stand point of the non most in tertsttdof tin conditions in Kentucky leading to the assassination of William Joebeland nf Powers trig ictnunt and conviction on the chaw of duet plicity in his jnurder It covers his youth in the mountains of Kentucky the conventions of lrtl9 the election the shooting of fJochel the arrest tho three trials and the prison life Fur dramatic situations human interest and political importance the ease of Caleb Powers is uneqiialed Many Illustrations front Photographs of Actual Scenes Connected with the Tragedy 12imi Cloth Ornaiiuntal Cover At All Hooknellers JjilRO Poe+ tpniel froth PtitillHlicrH- MR lOVERS HAS A SlHSTANTIAMASH INTKKKST IN EVERY COPY SOLD OF MY OWN STORY Lqhe RobbsMerrill Co Pub is Hers Indianapolis tI Clarence Keown Local Agent Hartford Ky n n OUR CLUBBING RATES tl THK KKiiiiMCAN and Louisville He1lId12iTin KKIIMIIKMN and Louisville Daily Herald 00- TIIK HKITIIUCAX and CourierJournal 1fOi Tin KiiinucAN and St Louis GlolmJemocrat 17ri Tin HKITIILKMN and Home and Farm llin- TUK UKiiiulcAN am Lijipencotts mud ddtnopjitan 3 tin Tju KKITIIIICAX andTviceaVik oroIiillllllel l7n- Im iJiiiriuirAN aural Daily OwtMisboro Inquirer 570 Tiii 1aithLl1x and TwiceaWeek Ohoro Messenger I15 a at a W DO YOU WANTf A Position that will pay you from p 500 to 5000 a year P That is what our graduates are dtmund inji lor their tvolk11e rite the killtlufItraining hat counts froth tits tUltIIncrease Your Salarylit taking a coum in the OWKNSSUOIU i lit S I N KSS INIEHSII11etn1 begins dept Ith11rite today Address Owensboro Business University Owensboro Kentucky I+ MiA u n n MMMr14 MMMIfiMA PaiilMa I RIDER AGENTS WANTED- No Money Required I bicyclollcfc auyonc on en avs r ra j 7Mis with Coaster Brakes and Punctureless Tires j m 1QO3 9O4 Motfols 4 7 An 4fOBcet Makes Any wiJe Or model you want at one third usual t prici Cliolco of nn standard tires nod best equipment on all our bicycles Stronyeat yuarantce We SHfP ON APPROVAL C O Dto any ono ritliuti a cent tlciioiiit and allow 10 DA F R E E TRIAL oeforo puruhuso is VBI 8Ij tin NOT BUYablcclo until you have written for our FACTORY AND FREE TRIAL OFFER Tire equipment sundries and aportlnemxxlsof all kinds at half regular price In our big Iree Sundry Catalogue Contains a world ot useful Information Wrlw for It i PUNCTUREPROOF TIRES Regular prlco 8BO per pair 5wor You a SampleoR LS CLASS TACKS Pair for 0nIWONT LET AIR J raakin r 1 PUNCTURESI Serious cnn be 4PER PATS 6 I j I ItDURABLE in4oinoutlast other makoSon EIutIC and Ell lUdll1ll lye will ship C O D ON APPROVAL AND EXAMINATION rvrMolt1I nr dporrr1 We mar allow aca discount ot 856 theretr mlklna theprice N80 per paIr It YOU y send sash with order Tires to bo roturhed aa our olpensu It not slItidactory on examination e MEAD CYCLE CO DepteJe1CHICAGO ILL t elt r gJJcrx ra 4 M oMrv kwu r4q1 r5 I OPENED TO SETTLEMENT I Another Tide of Immigration is Fxpected to Okla homa Kl Heno Okla July 11111 hull reserveiHitchcock opened to settlement The opening means the furnishing of M1SJ5 more homes to settlers told another tide of immigration to south- Western Oklahoma Indian Agent Kandlett today was notified by telephone from Anadarko to prepnre leases and advertise at once for bids to be opened onDec ember Jth next All the lands will be leased in lliO acre tracts for a period of five years flow January 1 1MM at the minimum price of 2i cents per acre No one person will be allowed to lease to exceed two sections of land and all bids must be made separately for each quarter section The rules require eachI lessee to cultivate all tillable to 75 per cent of the land leased The lessee is given the privilege of releasing at the appraised valuation at the end of live years No sub I leasing will be allowed without the consent of the Secretary of the in terior Hows This- V offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Cataarh Cure F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio e- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney fur the last 15 years and believed him perfectly honorable in all business transactions financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm- Walding Kinnnn Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood mill mucuous surface of the sysem Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation 1inShort Names and tame i Although majority of the man in this country have three names an unusual proportion of those who at tain eminence in public life have only twoTake the recent Cabinet changes as an illustration Paul Morton re signed John Hay died and Elihu Root is to return to the Cabinet No middle name in any of these cases Of 2f men who have held the office of President only seven have had more thin two names Of the 26 VicePresidents 13 have had two names and IS have had three The United States Supreme Court huts had eight Chief Justices four with two name four with three Of Us Secretaries of State including namesia chance to become President parents would do well to give names easily said and easily remembered Regrettable A certain editor was visted in his office by a ferocious looking military gentleman who exclaimed excited READ THIS- Richmond Ky Feb 9 1101 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Hulls Great Dis covery for kidney and bladder trou ble I weighed 150 pounds when I began using it today I weigh 170 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully Joni A RIDDLE WONDERiOne small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid fey and bladder toubles removes- gravel curtiS diabetes seminalemis sion weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both meii and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on 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 sole manufacturer P 0 box 629 office 2931 Olive Street St Louis Mo I ly as he entered That notice cf my death in your paper today is aI lie sir Ill horsewhip you in public sir if you dont apologize in your next issue I The next day the editor inserted the following urology annumleetr yesterday which stated that ColonelI Brimstone was dead is without foundationGroatlytn Demand Nothing is more in demand than a medicine which meets modern rte quirements for a blood and system cleanser such as Dr Kings New Life Pills They are just what you need to cure stomach and liver trou tiles Try them At 7 Wayne Griffin Bros drug store guaran totala ni Not Her Custom She And she is he married for the third time She hasnt been a a widow very long HeNo She never is a widow very long CASTORIAI Bears the- Bignaturo of Shifting the Blame Sergeant Why didnt you rte those students when they became so noisy Policeman I tried to I arrested four of them hut they wouldnt come along with me Couldnt Reach the Big Ones The Rev Francis J McConnell of the Now York Avenue 5stor church one of the lending churches of Methodism tells a good publicly cent busy Saturday morning a man who had a scheme to promote and who was no doubt sent to him b- ono of the church members paid a visit to him and took a whole hour of his time telling him of a scheme In which he took no interest what vcr After listening to him as long as he could patiently he said to the promotor How in the world did you get at me anyhow I have no interest or patience with what you prPose and we are both losing lime Well I will tellou said the proinotor I cannotget access to preachersBrooklyn Took It All Dicky Johnny an Margret wuz quarrelin over which should have th biggest half of their apple an I had to settle it Mamma Indeed And whoso part did you take Dicky Well II took both their parts Clevolhnd Lender Undoubtedly The widower hind proposed to the maid III hardly know how to answer you she said timidly youhehavo been married n wcekChica- go News As In Other Matters I pgartlsonIts astonishing to see what a blow Stiggins can deliver with that small delicate fist of WLImutt fist Chicago Tribune Good Indeed 3slA1111 you say she makes a good Welsh I0bhi- tCrimsonbeakGood t Why my boy its so gqod that you stay quake nilnight thinking of itl Yollkers Statesman Earning a Medal flHI1I your son won any medals at cortege j- f Xo but ho may get a hero medal in the course of time He has been gomesWashington His Experience ffArt is long Ixgan the man who was fond of quoting Huh I grunted the poor artist Sometimes it isnt long enough to make both ends meet Philadel phia Ledger Truly a Savant You say he is a great scholar Yes indeed Why that man has almost as many college degree us the average billionaire DAa3 or 0 Blgnatm Sean theThe Kind EIIAIf r CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS GoodUse STRONG or II Again is what Mrs Lucy said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia l Cure Hundreds I other weak women ar reII may bS- well if you will tak I Indigestion cause nearly all the sickness that w have It deprives the system nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and becom diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all the wholesome food that maybe eaten It nourishes orianIcures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risingsbelchingheartbum and all stomach disorders What You Eat neuetetueeeldsytin trlil Mat she StovaIlofTiltonQa of it of of Digests IryIODWJ a Ce Nolil by Z WAYKK OltlfFIK u- nn n Extremely Ww Rules IANNOUNCEDVIA Southern Railway Extremely low rates are announc ed via the Southern Railway from Louisville for the following special Occasions 2925 Denver Colorado Sprinpsand Pueblo Coland return A 1112 and 13 account Fraternal Order of Eagles 2300 Denver Colorado Springsand Pueblo Coland return August 2H to Sept 2 inclusive account National Encampment Grand Army of the Republic 1585 Athens Ga and return July 1 X and 15 account Athens Summer Schoo- 1i1i5 Chattanooga Tenn and re- turno September 15 17 and 18 account Regimental Reunion Anniversary Battle of Chicka- mauga 5150 Portland Ore and return daily up to and including Sept ISO 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 August and September account Lewis and Clark Centennial Ex positipn 0650 San Francisco or Los Angeles Cal and return August 3 to 14 inclusive 7250 San Francisco Los Angelesor San Diego Catand return 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 ISth August 1 and 15 Sep tember 5 and 19 Correspondingly low rates from other Southern Railway Stations For full information folders schedules etc Address- A R Cook G P T A 2IM Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C H Hungerford 2S4 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G B Allen A G P A St Louis MoW H Taylor G P A Washing I CUALIS CumberlandTELEPHONE l AN- Dtelegraph Go- Inrnrporatnl I Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and place ol business My business haw Increased and my wifes voice It oater heard to grumble nbout the Tele phone Yours for good service find gentlemanly competition AtE PATE Manr OhioCOUZaty Circuit Court TF Illrkhmil Jade hem II ueuilflunrr1LSfueeleylrneleeJugFunICt Ct16wrwnShedDllnrtroM Deputy Sheriff C Kmwii iiitrrnr Kmwn Jo IL Robert Ham Kvuwn aVCunrtronveneitflriitMon threeetwn wnkn- I County CourtJ 1 Miller sludge ilriIlnKand Clerk W IL Ilarnen Attorney Hartford monthnIn JllounrlCourt lu Jut Oiir Tuenduy utter necond Monday In October Other niHren j II Wood Surveyor Ceralvo Frank Loweteeesor Ileda Jurnex UeWmie School Superlnlendant Hartford lien L Dark Cornaer Springtic SiltyIleitWvMartln Itnlietiiwn February 12 Mu y IbAagnxtmSnvemhrrlrJuSlUrxhnm February 2tl1xy 2 August 3t November IS f11i4flun Fordorllln Juunary 18 May 7 q AuKUnt 17 Niivfinlfr B J A hick llnfordFebrnury 7 May II AuR n t 11 November W A sane Centertown February 9 May 11 AuguatJNu4ebtberRh1 February 20 Xlaj f MiKutt 2a X01PlUber 1- JILartcrite11eCourtJno II Vllon Judge C B Smith City At toy 8 r llarnett Manhal Court con Teiiei ercond Monday In euthmonth rlcBBMSunday each month Bt 11 am end 7 p m and lecond Suudnyat7pw Irnycr meeting every Wedoec- dayorenlnK Her WTJMIIIer Patter Iluiitlut Church SerrlceH held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Hnnday and Sunday night Prayer iiieelliiK every Thnrrdny evening 1terJ14 llurnettimiitor C I1 Church Service nlllt Sunday In each mouth at 11 H m and 7pm ne4JDliarn- ed paiitor School Trmtwit HartfordJa1 Miller J llenn S T Steven h SL llocker J 1111 Creon Jon C Rile- yCItrCnnclltowanllulbroukMayor M A Anderson Clerk Ur H J Wedding W H Tlue ry A C Taylor M L HeavrlnT J Morton Coniirlllnetl 3 cr t Ooclatioo A O U w meet nretend third Friday ulght In eachluunth- Hartford Lodge So 675 Ft AMaaoniflrat Monday night In each month SinnatHough Hirer IodgeNo llPKnlghtnof Iythln meet a very 1lar light regdmonth Nasal CATARRHIn should be cleanliness Elys Cream Balmt- teaneeenotbeaandheal the dleuej membrane It cures catarrh anl drivca away a coU In the head quickly Crenfn Balm se placed late the nostrils spread ore tbe membrane and ti absorbed Relief Is Im mediate and a can Ottawa It li Dot drylneJoei not produceueezing large SUe 60 cent at Drug flit or by malt Trial slze10 cents by mall EL7 BUOTUEUS W Warren Street New York Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable prices Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along tho line of the IRON- MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas moat direct line via- I SI LOUIS AND MEMPHIS lnlnzdlalrfirst and third Tuesdays of each month Descriptive literature maps pamphlets olden etc1 on application 1HC TOWNSEND raatkt- ur LOUIS R TO MATTHEWS TruiUi PlIOr ir Beet- LACnTIU1LP VE ETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer the hair makes it new again restores the freshness Just IIRenews need lf your hair Is fttded orturning gray tor it always the color Stops falling hair alsou rInro crwu10 f A s rrri Y rhyri- h S t I Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 21 SUBMARINE MINE A DANGE- Ilildden Machines Have Caused More Damage Than Torpedo Boats and Torpedoes A remarkable fact which also upixmrs with regard to the torts la is the infrequent hits made when attacking ships at anchor says the Navy League Journal In the first attack made by the Japanese lleet front fort Arthur the Japanese destroyers slowed down and clime within a short dis Lance of the enemy hut with everything in their favor of tin 23 torpedoes discharged only three made hits On J one 2 and 4 when the entire Russian licet was outside the harbor ill a long series of attacks by tin Japanese Torpedo boats not the slightest damage resulted As to ships in motion the torpedo has beet proved to be absolutely useless no hits having been made during the war although attempts were repeatedly had It would there fore appear that the etllcieneyof this weapon of war hind been greatly exaggerated for its fail ure cannot be attributed to any want of skill or courage on the part of the Japanese who dill played at all times the greatest bravery and coolness But if the torpedo lots been a disappointment the fear of it spa dm ignorance concerning its ef illeiency produced marked change in naval actions for it forced the I lighting between the large ship sit extreme long ranges ami proved that the fiinch guns with which most battleships are large Uy armed were almost useless the wavy unstllf 12 10 and S inch only being elective The greatest destructive agent employed by both antagonists fhowevor has been the submarine mine By this mcand alone one seventh of the battleship force of wither Hide has been put out o caution and its use constitutes one a f the most serious perils of till future unless restrained by inter national agreement to territor snl waters The mine has done what the torjxdocs failed to do find the long list of casualties tits credit provesit to be a most formidable engine of war What has been clearly demonstrated and can be accepted fur future guidance is that torpedoes are not to be dreaded as formerly that III an engagfiwnt between battleships tic large gnus only are effective and that submarine mines while the most deadly of nil modern instruments of Will fare pre inhuman and barbarous and should he restrained by the taws of war PAINT PORTRAITS OF EYES Novel Miniatures In Natural Colors Prized ns Mementos by Friends of the Absent Ones The delicately painted picture of the eye lowiiif with life is rapidly becoming favorite memento of the ahsen friend The lust sight of one of these ye portraits gives one nn almost uncanny impression From the juonotoned well there looks down A tiny vivid human eye without a face So llt feel ly executed is thjs eye that the Ilicker of laughter it I it is weird in itsexpicssivcness There are several eye portraits now on view at the J111tIil olthe Hoya Institute of Painters in Water Colors in London and they ore attracting a great deal of al tent ion A wellknown miniature por trait painter said the other day that many men were treasuring dxtrhtiifrof their sweethearts ryes and in addition ladles in Thoir turn were keeping the eye- of thwlr male friends They were into lockets 1heeye sue said is by fin k tIll morft expressive feature of the SUKV and sometimes uiakefi a jHtr trait in itsulf It is of course the expression that tells The eye gives its own story laugliing or sfrioiiH The shadows round It the brows above help of course hU its htlc light ill the e t is ice great thing How do vi get o opt vho hove tishv lies they Jont collie to be painted ItstbJ a 1 people with nice eyes and ofteji people whose eyes are the beat part of their facerThe price varies running from live guineas As you only guess it is delicate satisfactoryRwith NOT WORTH THE MONEY Lady at Circus Wanted More thumper Camels and More DoubleI on Single Ones A lullw nncuutvilhndelermined- rxpresslou plat surrounded by six children of assorted sizes ap proached the attendant of t ho menagerie and eyed him with relentless gaze UI What nationality is that phant she iniuired indicating Due close at 11111111IConies maam i said the attendant Hes dreadful lightcolored to have conic from tropical parts said the woman stonily And i look here she added as the at tendant started away from her family group theyve gut III mighty pour lot of camels here ac cording I limy lights Not but one hump on any of em except that feller thats so old he keeps his 1IlIlIhlll The attendant again essayed to depart but she clutched him by the sleeve You tell the owners of this show what I say she command ed You tllIelll that when n woman pays fifty cents fur herself 1acid one fifty for a mess of chill dice she looks to see moren one double hiimper and more hair on the single bumpers not have em look as if the ninths hat got into em Now mind you tell em SHE HAD MET MRSMURPHY But When She Saw Her Husband the Meeting Was Not Nearly as Pleasant Childish precocity is not con lined within any detinite area of thought A young miss of live had recently visited the Central Park orf ed in the hippopotamus family which was disporting in the air water trough for the first time this year The female representa tin of the species is known both I to the keepers and the public a Mrs Murphy- A few evenings later mamma entertained a visitor Murphy by name and little Elsie on entering the parlor was introduced Im glad to meet you Mr Mur phy1 she said with ingenuous grace I saw your wife in the park the other day Shins uwf ullv fat Mr Murphy expressed his pleas lire with difficulty Where Eggs Are Currency Eggs are current coin in Mayo Kerry Donegal timid Leitrim Iheytu eeverytvhererercivedovel the counter III payment for tea sugar meal oil bread jiatent medicines and 11I1I1I111 haberdashery Accounts are kept open and goods supplied on cledtI ill revs CAST rtaAI IISiutcoCANE RUN July Iv Eider J W Bristo of Fordsville tilled hU regular appoint scent here Saturday and Sunday Ilea WiU w and mother Oklaho ma are visiting friends and relatives near Rosine and Fair View Miss Bessie Raley visited relatives at Owensboro last week Mrs Mary Hr Hoover who has been on the sick list is able to he up stain Alton White and family and Fletch Wilson and children of Ar kansas arrived near Salem on a visit U Mrs Whites mother Mrs Sallies Camp Mr White will return home IIi a shrt while Miss Nancy Awtry who has ben on the sick list for some time is im proving H Daniel and family of rear Olaton and Misses Ira and May Mills of near Hartfordwere the guests i fI Mr Daniels mother near Salem Sunday night- J G Wilson went to Leitchfield I mist week on business and returned home SaturdayI fromeBeaevr Dam today f Miss Alice Murphy of Olaton was 1 1111r DJVWJLTJte l OOOO 5s cc OO0 I MidSummeri LI SACRIFICE SALE I r I OF 8 8 B1R n IATI Carson Cosit Hertford I Do You WantSo for JI 10 for If 15 for 10 2r 127 I1so dont fail to attend the great midsummer Sacrifice Hale of Mens Ladies and Childrens Wearing Apparel at Carson it Cos Already got a Suit or Dress1 Well what of it There are weeks delightful summer weather ahead and certainly another Suit or Dress wont he extravagance Cant be at these price Its an investment We are going to convert the balance of our Spring and Summer stock into cash We are going to hold a Ten Days Special Sale in order to make a cleansweep Sale begins Saturday July 15th and continues ten days Thirty pieces of Scotch Lawns regular price fit salt price ic Ton pieces Lawn regular price 7all price Ic c j Ten pieces of Lingo and foils regular price lOc sale price Gc Seven pieces Voils aud Lawn regular price I He price IQc Ten pieces Voils regular price 20c sole price 12Jc Prices on all solid Lawns whites and clots and up We have all the desirable colors in the above lines Mens Underwear a great reduction Mens Isalo ami Drawers regular price 25c sale price 1Jc lens Shirts and Drawers regular price fiOsalo price We assortment of sixes Mens Socksregular price lOosalo price icions Socksregular price 20csalo price 13c tens Socks regular price 2oc sale price lc Ladies and Misses Hose will be soldut the following low prices dens WI Douglns rcirilar Oxfords price 2fiO sale price 21i liens W L Douglas regular price 4 5 ti 300 sic price S2H Mens W L Douglas regular price 350 sale price 208 Ladies Oxfords regular price l 150 sale price 111 8Ladies Oxfords regular price 2tic price SllH Ladies Oxfords regular price 3 sale price 2i9 Chil hen s Lovvculs will be sold at a like reduction You cant afford to miss this smile We have two reasons for having this sale First we want the money Second we want the room for full goods Dont these prices set you to thinking We want you to attend this talc We shall expect you to attend These 8 prices sine strictly for cash or good Country Produce Now dont disappoint us by staying away but come and secure some of these great bargains You will not be disappointed you Utllllllt i CARSON COMPANY iINCORPORATED Hartford Kentucky SSSSW90 r the guests of her aunt Mrs Pheby Christian last Sunday G J Christian of this place filled his appointment at Fallen Hock Sat urday and Sunday George Hnley wife and son Dewy and Mr Robert Raley who hnve been visiting Mrs Haleys father returned to their home in Louisville last Friday u Crittenden County Items Repton Ky July 15 1905 Editor REPUBLICAN We have had a splendid season so far and crops look fine We have had no rain since Thursday morning and farmers arc making use of the sunshine ilJ making hay though there Is very little of that article here compared with what we were used to in Ohio county We had try weather from the last of May to about the 20th of June and all of the early plated corn had been well cultivated the rains began I rLy v w is the finest prospect we have since I have been in the hadI The wet weather has damaged e wheat considerably- I want to give you some idea how politics are running in this county I suppose the machine is running here as so Republican is allowed on on the grand or petit jury But we run the county affairs as we are 130 majority Republican I am afraid we are too strong to be as cleanas we should be For instance our County Judge was a candidate before the primary for renomination and in his letter of announcement he said he was willing to stand on his own record and got just 200 out of 1500 votes and he is under indict ment for forging His case was continuedat the last term of court but a responsible person told me he thought there was not much In the case and as the machine seems to bet so strongly at work it may be aspite t I MayI1 gave you a little account of our fire in Marion March 28 Now I want to give you some idea of thet build up There are 21 buildings under way and completed in the burned district There are two ware rooms one bakery andone machine shop completed also one frame cottage residence the balance are all business houses and when completed Marion will put on quite a different appearance as they are all fine modern building The Ma sonic temple is a three story with unfinished stone trimming and front of cream pressed brick The Marion Bank building will be a beauty It has finished stone trimming and is all cream pressed brick Tho post office is also cream pressed brick Nearly all the ballance of the build ings are of red pressed brick Have not time to give any thing r y like description of all of the build big Business hu been badly mixe nlfPconductingcourse it looks Western There is a jeweler in a law oilice n drug store in a furniture store and the post office is so small you go in edge- ways No more at present will tell you what we are doing in our miner al district soon 150 Indianapolis anj Return 150 j1Big Four Route 7 Sunday July IGth Special trileaves 7th St Union Depot Louisville Ky at 8 oclock a m returning train leaves Indianapolis Union Depot at 7 oclock p nu Get tickets at city ticket office 259 Foul th Ave and at Depot j 1SJ GATES Genl 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