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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Liic tartfDtbatpnbliauu 0 u mp Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU Will FINn IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY ICY FRIDAY JULY 28 1905 No2 i THECNINESENOTEI- Will Probably Have but Little Weight Much Important Work for the t Coming Session ofCon- gress I OTHER WASHINGTON ITEMS litpnUI to THE HMi iirixJ Wash ington D C July 17It seems from the text of the Chi new note that has just been re e ceived in Washington that China did nut after all ask for representation at the Peace Conference at Port mouth The note from her was re Ifceivltl at Washington and addressed in identical terms to the other powers stating that she would not agree to any settlement of the question at issue between Russia and Japan that did not recognize her sovereign claims in Manchuria The note has been forwarded to the President at Oyster Hay A similar warning for I it is nothing less in tone has been sent by the Chin e government toSt Petersburg and to Tokyo Whatever Chinu huts to say on the snbjest probably will have but little weight but the mere fact that she has thought it necessary to address such a noto to the negotiating powers and to define her position to the rest of the I world indicates that she has not all the faith she night have in the as 1 sur nee of Japan that her war against Russia was not for territorial aggrandisement and that she intend wlto return intact whatever territo a ry of China she wrested from theiRus irons on the mainland China will of course be assured of the moral support of this government in pre serving her integritybut it would be V a little curious if the Portsmouth s conference brought about any agreement between Japan and Russia that would call for a warning on the subject from the United States and the other powers S The work of the coming session of Congress probably will be too great to admit any extensive Investigation into the question of tariff revision These are several subjects in which the President is deeply interested I b and tariff revision is one of them The Panama canal and railway rate revision are two others and there probably will be a good deal to do in the Philippines as a result of Secretary Tafts trip there Just what will have to be done to meet the f Treasury deficit is not yet clear i Possibly a reimposition of the Spanish War taxes or an increase of the in ternal revenue taxes may be adopted but as much as the executive would like a thorough overhauling of the f tariff schedules it is probable that this will have to be put off in favor of some more speedy temporary re mldY 4 The investigation into the cotton leak makes it more likely each day 1that there will be criminal prosecu tion of those responsible Morgan Beech the attorney for the District and the acting Attorney General haver K been in conference and it is thought wthat the case can be brought into the criminal court President Roosevelt is anxious that the case be carried to the limit as a warning to others in the government service that the penalty of easy money is the pen 4 itentiary It seems certain that I Holmes wirnings as the result of advance information were large pro hably above a quarter of a million dollars The officers of the law aro doing their best to secure informa I tion on which to indict him and per haps others guilty of participating in profits and it is not thought that thet guilty ones will getoff any easier than the people who were indicted as the result of the Postoffice inves tigation It is no surprise to those acquinted e with him to find that the will of the late Secretary Hays presented for r Ji + r i probate amounts to over a million dollars Mr Hay was a wealthy man arid though he lived quietly his entertainments of foreign diplomats were on a scale possible only to a man more than comfortably well off His will was short and drawn in the simple hut unmistakable style tfiat marked all his literary compositions With the exception of three personal bequests it leaves all of his property to his widow 1 r Chaii man Shouts of the Panama apIpuinttI1Stevens have started for the isthmus to take their first look at the great engineering problem on the ground Both of them are extremely hopeful and both agree that the cleaning up of the Isthmus and the inaugration of clubs and other entertainments that will keep the canal emuloyees happy and satisfied are very impor tant problems in the work They will be dealt with as soon as practi cable Mr Shonts thinks that a sea level canal will take about twenty years to build but that a lock canal can be constructed in about five years GRAFT CHARGED State Inspector HInes Alleges that Harrison has Pocketed 1000 of State Money Frankfort KyJuly 5Slnte Inspector Henry B Hines in a report to Gov Beckham made this after noon of his investigation of the charges perform against Revenue Agent A M Harrison of Lexington in connection with a settlement of a suit for omitted taxes against the Ford Lumber Company of Clark county makes the charge that Har rison accepted the sum of 1000 in cash in consideration of his agreeing to a settlement by the Ford Lumber Company of a tux and penalty claim against it amounting to 2400 by payment of only 300 He says that the money was paid to Harrison on July 4 last in the city of Lexington and that Harrison refused to accept III check for the thousand dollars but demanded it in cash and it was so paid by a representative of the company Inspecter Hines says that Agent Harrison has omitted to ac count for the money he has so received and that the State of Kentucky and county of Clark have no record of the transaction further than the action filed to recover 2400 and its settlement for the sum of 360 G A R Resolutions- At a meeting of Preston Morton Post No 4 Department of Kentucky G A R held July 1905 M S Rug land and J P Vincent were appoint ed to draft suitable Resolutions on the death of Comrade George W Rowe Sid committee reported the followingWhereas God in his infinite wisdom has seen fit on the day of June 1905 to call from our ranks our worthy Comrade G W Rowe who served in Co G17 Ky inft Resolved That this Post has lost a worthy comrade his church a devoted mem ber his county an upright honest citi zen and his family a kind husband and father Resolved That this post extend to the bereaved family its pro found sympathy Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be spread on the minutes of this Post a copy furnished the family and a copy sent to the Hart ford Hearld and Hartford Republi can CoroJiNotice To whom it may certain By mutual consent the partnership of Car son Bros has been dissolved I having purchased the interest of my brother Amos Carson in the gro cery store run by us Those knowing themselves indebted to the firm will please call and settle with me This July 141905- 2t2 U S CARSON Subscribe for THE n4lcaxw c M nc a JUDGE COTIU May Resign From Kentucky Court of Appeals IllHealth Will Cause Him to Make Way For SuccessorCourt Overworked Frankford Ky July 2What is considered here a practically author itative statement is made of the ap proaching resignation from the bench of the Kentucky Court of appeals Judge Jas E Cantrilf The resignation is expected to he presented about September 15 and either Mr J D Carroll of Henry county or Judge Watts Parker of Lexington will be appointed to the vacancy Within the last few days statement have been made by members of Judge CantriUs family that Judge Cantrill has determed if he was un able to occupy the bench upon the convening the Court of Appeals in September that he would then for ward his resignation to Gov Beck ham Simultaneous with thiscomes the announcement that while Judge Cantrills health shows some improvement that his physicians do not think he will be able to do any work for at least a year Judge Cantrill has never been able to sit since his election and his ab sence has seriously crippled the Court of Appeals He was able to come to Frankfort to be sworn in but his malady took a change for the worse soon thereafter and he was forced to immediately leave for Hot Springs The Court of Appeals has since been running with only six judges and not only has a tremen dous amount of work been thrown upon these judges but many impor tant cases are hung up because ofa disagreement between judges which can only be settled by the presence of seventh judge a Rockport District Convention Pursuant to a call of the Rockport Magisterial District Committee the Republicans of said district met in mass convention at Rockport this the22nd day of July 1905 for the purpose of nominating candidates for the offices of Magistrate and Con stable In the absence of the Chair man the convention was called to order by D F Gibbs who was after wards unanimously elected chairman of said convention Nomination for Secretary was then called for and Jno C Hohimer was nominatedand elected to that position The convention then proceeded to business The first in order being the nomination of a candidate for Magistrate This honor was unani mously conferred upon our worthy friend John H Miles After the an nouncement Mr Miles came for ward with a few appropriate remarks thanking the Convention for the honor confered upon him The convention then proceeded to the nomination of Constable and James I Clark was nominated and unanimously declared the nominee of the party Before adjournment the conven tion was entertained by the follow ing gentlemen E M Woodward R B Martin Hon A D Park Esq Wilcox and Attorney E N Mayh ugh with short and appropriate talks The convention then adjourned and every one left feeling it was good to have been there D F GIBBS Chmn JNO C HOHIMER Sic- Y M CA Chat At a recent gathering held al Sulphur Springs the question was asked why should the YM C A branchout into the small towns and rural commrnities Let us look for a moment at our own county and State First in the State there are 119 counties of which lOG have no city large enough for a city organi ation and yet the e counties contain 250000 of our young men Ken tucky has 15 cities of over 6000 population and but thirteen over 8000 It can be readily seen that ifathei J t i young men and boys are to be reach ed by an organization of which Rev James Buckley D D Editor Chris tian Advocate N Ysays has done more to bring young men to their proper place in the vinyard of Christian work it must come were the men are Eight of these counties are organized on the county work plan and have a membership of 1482 Ninetyeight counties have no definite organized religious work for the 221600 young men residing jn them and these should form the legitimate field of the county work department In our own county we have four towns with a population of over 500 where rooms should be opened for young men during the next year eight other towns where young mens meetings should be held regularly There are also many other points in the county where at least a weekly bible class can be held and thus bring a multi tude of men and boys in Ohio coun ty under wholesome influences at least once a week thatnow only meet on their regular preaching Sundays and many and nearly all meeting only once a month Died in Cuba Camaguey Cuba July 16 1905 Postmaster Hartford Ky Dear SirIt is my painful duty to an nounce to the public of your town the death of Mr Josh E Lewis of your town Hoping you will have a notice of his death inserted in your paper I remain yours truly W J LYAM M D A FARMERS CLUB To Be Organized in the County the First Monday in August Col I B NallexCommissioner of Agriculture will be at Hartford Monday August 7th for the pur pose of interesting the farmers of Ohio county in the organization of a Farmers Club Col Nall will come as the representative of Commissioner Vreeland and should be greeted by a large number of the sturdy farmers of the county He will deliver an address at one oclock p m in the interest of the farmers The Department of Agriculture of which Mr Nall was formerly the head has organized about thirty Farmers Clubs in the State and it is the desire of the department to have an organization in every coun ty in Kentucky The benefits of such organizations backed by the State Department of Agriculture should be patent to every farmer By referring to any of the counties where these organizations have been effected you will find that they are highly pleased with the results ob tained and that the Farmers Insti tutes held under the auspices of this Department and the local clubs have resulted in great benefit to the farmers Every one should come to hear Col Nail he has a message that will do the tillers of the soil inestimable good MATANZAS July 26The railroad fever is running very high at this place The rout was surveyed through here MondayMessrs Geo Bennett of New Or leans A W Bennett of Mississipi ant Misses Essie Nicholas of Madi sonville and Miss Kate Robertson Godman were the guests of J D Bell last Thursday Miss Nora Bennett returned last Monday from a few days visit at Smallhous She was accompanied by Misses Ethel Hunter and Debbie Taylor who will spend a few days hereF 0 Coffman retured from a business trip to Evansville Friday- J H FlkersonaJ1d wife of Small house visited relatives here the first of the week H 0 Coffman will erect a nice dwelling house in the near future LE Ev t Contractor c THE IRON BRIDGES More Light on the Secrecy Shown in Handling the Peoples Money TIIK REPUULICAN wants toknow and its readers want to know how when and where contracts calling for many thousands of dollars for build ing new iron bridges andabutments will be let And the business rivals of the Champaign Bridge Co want this information fully as much as the taxpayers and for the same reasonThe Bridge Companies feel that they are as much entitled tojbidon the work as the Champion Bridge Co and the people are interested in knowing that the taxes they pay are expended for improvement done by the lowest and best bidder We have not charged any one with grafting but we say that the letting ofcontracts for public work the building of iron bridges if youplease in this county should be made by public bid to the lowest and best bidder If this is not done thejmen who have the letting of such con tracts invite the charge Ohio county had an experience with private contracts inthe build ing of our Court House thaticost her thousands of dollars and this past week one of the largest Bridge companies in the county wroteJCoun ty Clerk M S Ragland offering to pay him to find out whether or not the contract for the buildinLloijthe new iron bridges ordered by a recent term of Fiscal Court would be by public bid and if so when and whereMr Ragland does not know land has been unable to find out how when or where the contracts will be made Neither do the peoplo now but they are entitled to this informa tion and entitled to it as early Las practicableIt do to announce the time and place a few days before the contract is let Such a policy de prives all foreign companies of a chance to figure on the work or bid intelligentlyWe say that this is not a party question It is a question of public policy and public faith that concerns eery man who pays taxes in the county The gentlemen in controlof this affair owe it to them selves and to their constitutes to make a public announcement of the time place and manner of letting these contracts The columns of THE REPUBLICAN are open to the gentlemen They can by afew brief words remove all question and in sure that the countys work will be let to the lowest and best bidder Gentlemen will you do it GAS BELT EXCURSION Sunday July 30th Big Four Route To the Indiana Gas Belt Special train leaves 7th StUnion Depot Louisville at 7 oclock a m Ex tremely low round trip rates as follows Rushville 100 Knightstown 100 Anderson 125 Alexander 125 Marion 250 Tickets on sale at City Ticket Of lice 2594th Avenue and at Depot- S J GATES Genl 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 against- N B Smith I or one ofmy Deputies will on Monday the 7th day of August 1905 between the hours of 1 oclock P M and oclock PM at the Court House door in Hartford Ohio county Ky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the ollowing property orso much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt interest and cost to wit A tractor parcel 6f land in- Ohio county Kentucky on the waters I of Adams Fork of Rough River being lot No3jri tfcgpartltidnr ofWM MISS ELLA one INDIANAPOLIS IND SUFFERED FOR MONTHS Peruna the Remedy That Cured Mlea Ella Oft 1127 Linden St Indianapolis Ind writes Isuffered with a rundown constltu Hon for several months and feared that I would have to give up my work physiclanhowever that It did me no good On seeking the advice of our druggist he asked me to try Peruoa Ina few weeks I began to feel and act like a different person My appetite In creased I did not have that wornout splendidlyInrecovered I thank you for what your medicine has doneformeElla Off Write Dr Hartman President of Thi Hartman Ranltarlum Columbus Ohio for free medical drjce All corres oudenco la held strictly conlldentla Yates land Beginning at a water beech on the east bank of east Fork of said creek opposite cabin corner to lot No1 with a line of said lot north 59 east 150 poles to a stake in a division corner between lot No1 and No2 same course with line of No2 152 poles in all 305 poles to 2 dogwoods hickory and white oak originalcorner thence with the original line south 5 west 64 poles to 2 post oakand red oak on bank of Rileys spring branch then down said branch with its meanders to its mouth to the said east fork thence up said east fork with its meanders to the beginning containing 173 acres levied upon as the property of the said N B Smith TERMSSale will be made on n credit of 3 months bond with approv ed security required bearing inter est at the rate of 6 per cent annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of a sale band Witness my hand this 19 day of July 1905CAL P KEOWN S 0 C By CLARENCE KEOWN D S DtWItts 82 ih Salvt Per PIle M ee tir a- Ir Auers Losing your hair Coming out by the combful And doing nothing No sense in that I Why dont you use Ayers Hair Vigor and HairVigor promptly stop the falling Your hair will begin to grow too and all dandruff Will dis appear Could you reason ably expect anything better Aferg iftlr Vlnor U a Rreet rurceu with me err hear we tIIIip oaevery badly but the lletr Igor toppedltendowmyI IrIi bJ all rltbtW LooIwa CII 1 M a bottle J o iVRn Co All dru Rtde forrowII M Thin flair i 1 RUSSHtJWE PEACtlI It is Believed That Mikado I Term Will be too High CzarAnd Ills Miscovites Prepar ed to Fight forMany- Years In a recent interview by a press correspondent Witte sernior Russian peace plenipotentiary was asked if his appointment was an indication that Russia had dwiK 1 to mal e peace at any price No no said het straightening up in his chair and speaking loudly and distinctly as if weighing the value of each word In the first place I have been designated by the emper or as his Ambassador Extraordinary for pour parlers with the Japanese plenipotentiaries to ascertain wheth er or not it is possible to conclude 1 treaty of peace My personal view are of secondary importance but my ideas are in entire accord with those of my friend Court Lamsdon In serving my Emperor I hav received precise instructions his Majesty and shall follow them The ultimate decision remains in the hands of the Emperor and it is for him to decide the destinies of Russia The Emperor is the friend of peace and desires peace but very much fear that the Japanese terms will be such that we will be unable to reach an accord Second ly the world should disabuse its mind of the idea that Russia wants peace at any price There are two parties in Russia One favors the continuation of the war a out rance and this is a large and influential party The other to which- I belong favors peaceI avow it frankly because telling the truth has always been my rule in politics I was for peace before hostilities broke out When the war began the situation changed Even though there are these two parties as to the advisability of end ing the val in the present circum stances both would he united if the Japanese demands wounded the amour propre of the Russia people or jeopardized our future as a na tionI am sure if I report that the conditions of Japan cannot he ac cepted Russia will accept the verdict and the Russian people will be ready to continue the war for years if mc essnryThirdly Ih1itt is not crushed as the foreign tlll1 lel the world to believe The interiorlsituation is Very sorfous I do not env but in Europe and America the true signi ficance of whnt ill happening is not understood Correspondents come here and talk with a few hun dred people in St Petersburg and Me scow minist rpr t what U hap pening and fled the world with false impressions as to Russias future Rittfiia hu little ivst m Nonce to- 1Vorters countries To know Rim sin to undersUiiid the soulof the people it is necessary that one should have beers hurt here or lived many years in Russia The customs history and psychology of the people are entirely diiForeiit feat those of Wettorn tandnrds It is such an immense country comjiosid Ifcli vorse elements and interests yet the Rtrahm people are like a great fami ly At present thoy are torn by in tutml dissersioiwbut thw divisions would dUippe r shout f the people dually fool that the integrity of the country and its future destiny were at take Russia IS not on the verge of- dletolntin It ft great power and is not obliged tJ accept any conditions otlerad in spite of the military roveraeb she lias HiieUtinei- lWe are pawing through an in ternal rtrib which lull been murk wl by many grave event aril which may have others still in store I but the Phd trill pa z und in a few years Russia will atruin take her i lace aa a preponderant Power in ht European concert filets About Norway anl Sweden Thei War1 tim liftd a monopoly In thrJalufmturrIrmatches r 11 r nc MM i itsIx j f match I h ia N J forth I f r f nd wood profit coiuti wooden ware paper and Cardboard- are the largest items in her ou put of paper alone sixty thousand- tons being sent out Fishing industries including oil and whalebone are among her larg er source of income Iron and copper mines and manufacturers ant exporting of butter andcondensed milk complete the list of Norway more important branches of trade In Norway there are only five families belonging to the nobility Sweden has an eccentric prominence lately as the headquarters of race suicide There are more old bache lots and spinsters in Sweden than in any other country in the world Swedes of the upper class are slow to marry and when they do they have few children very often none From this reason the aristocracy is fast dying ont in Sweden this com parative childlessness having bee characteristic of the nobility for so long that there are already but a few representatives often only one o the noble Sweden families Curedtno case ee Dyspepsia or Stomach Trouble that will not yield to the digestive und strengthening influence of Kodol Cure This digeste ing what you eat and allowing it t rest until it grows strong again Kodol Dyspepsia Cure affords quick and permanent relief from Indigestion and all Stomach troubles thaIt disease can not n a foothold as when in a weakened condition Sold by Z Wayne Griflin Bro m Short Sporty Career For many years a certain doctor practiced medicine in a little country town in Wyandotte county Kan sas He was careless of his dress Half the time perhaps his socks were not mates Finally the doctor moved his family to Kansas City Kan and began to spruce up He insisted on wearing socks that were mates This made his wife suspicious She thought he was getting sporty The doctor has moved back to the country SIckening Shivering Fits of Ague and Malaria can be relieved and cured with Electric Bitters This is a pure tonic medicine of especial benefit in malaria for it exerts a true curative influence on the disease driveing it entirely out of the system It is much to be pre ferred to Quinine having none of this drugs bad aftereffects E S Munday of Henrietta Tex writes My brother was very low with ma lariat fever and jaundice till he took Electric Bitters whicn saved his life At 7 Wayne Gritlin Bros drug store price jOe guaranteed Seems Reasonable First Politician I see you are loud for reform Second Politician You bet 111m First Politician I thought you were one of the boys Second Politician My friend when youre suspected of stealing its always good policy to holler stop thief The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There t a disease prevailing In Iht country most dangerous because so decep I covery book live Many suddr deaths are caused b- Itheart disease pneumonia hear failure or apoplex are often the of kdney disease I kidney trouble li aJ- bwed to advance th- ekidneypotsonez blood will attack the vital organs or the kIdneys themselves break down and wiwtt A vay cell call I Bladder troubl45most always result a derangement nf the kidneys and a frolTI by a proper tra tm thj kidneys If u are KilmerSwamptl romedyIt to hold trine and scaldI inc pain In passing It and overcomes unpleasant nsccisity of being compelled ta manylimedextraordinary effect of SvampRoot Is soon realized It stands tho highest for Its won derful cum cf the most distressing casesISwampRoot Is plsa1nt to take by all drurgztt In fiff cert end cnsdolar yhaethis wonderful now dis and a that reaur 11rbinirhamt I P Y Whey wntiig mention I popsyDontus name Swsmo Root Dr Klmers SwampRoot and the address Blngharrjton I in ir bltie AMERICANS EAT MEAT tlIn Time a Vegetable or Fruit Diet May Be the RilleI IHerelThat Americans are great mea eaters may ho considered a fact of derivation from the hunting and fishing stage of the countrys life So long as meat was abundant and j cheap it had the recommendations which led to its choice as the princi ple article of food The vegetarian who here and there raised his voice I in protest against the of flesh foods was little heeded people ore guided in the selection of their foods very little by deliberate choice The time may come with- n that remote future to which is n1 ferret everything Utopian when na pref with reference to the development of specific racial characteristics But at present people in general ar not even convinced that what thl eat has relevancy to what as a na tion they becomes For a few centuries to tune Americans certainly will continue too eat the food convenient to them while goodhumoredly allowing the cerealists to tickle their palates with health foods But even Americans independence or indifference is amenable to the dictates of destiny Just now Americans seem destined to drift more strongly than ever to ward a fruit diet The moving con sideration is the fancy figures with an upward tendency at which flesh foods are sold The other consider ation is the abundance and cheap ness of fruits As wisdom takes counsel of necessity a third motive which of itself would not have great weight is the superior whole someness of fruit foods We produce the biggest apple crops in the world our peach crops are unparelleled our watermelons and small fruits respond in abundance to the mere tickling of thensoil with a hoe The same story holds true of all domestic fruits But this term has become elastic California distributes throughout the country great quantities of tropical fruits and the area of cultivation of these is constantly extending When the Panama trench ii dug the Pacific coast fruits can be brought to the Eastern markets with greater celeri ty and less cost Modern means of transportations of the West Indies also almost the same as though they were within the countiy confinesIIt is safe to predict t willisoonng consumed in rapidly increasing quantities Certainly during the summer months fruit will be king During the winter months the force of habit will prevail and more fruit and less meat will be eaten Greatly In Demand Nothing is snore in demand than a m dicine which meets modern re qirements for a blood and system el anser such as Dr Kings New Life Pills They are just what you need to euro stomach and liver trou bles Try them At Z Wayne Grillm Bros drug store guaran teed m Horse Sense Jim Johnson Am YOI horse afraid of automobiles Joe Jackson Yais Jim JohnsonAh thought he was blind and deaf- 1JOe Jackson fits IIIIIhut ho kin smell Parachute Jumper IThe ever know why it is that ascension at a country fair promised for 2 oclock in the after noon never occurs until about G- Harry Bindley expert parachute jumper asked me It always happens and the expansion generally is that the preparations for the ascension could not be made in time This is rarely the case for the hallonist never had any intention of going up earlier than just toward the close of the day The reason for this is that not only an ascension at any other time fraught with a little more dan ger on account of the winds which usually prevail but also because by these same winds the balloon and parachute are apt to be carried too far away perhaps so far that injury may befall them before they can be recovered The old and experienced j balloonist never makes an ascension ce t ustat tundovn because with the going down of the sun the winds subside considerably he can go almost straight up break away his parachute and come down in the very lot from which the ascension was made He may promise the managers of the fair that he will 0I hetearlier the nlwa s assist on the knows his business and doesnt keep lit There is really little danger in parachute leaping when the man who does ib is experienced The parachute must open and bring him down safely though he will hove a hairraising drop like a chunkof lead for about 100 feet the distance usually covered before the big bag opens Then he can guide his lie loweringAa little air and thus keep it fromulritt ing A balloon cant be guided but a parachute with a man of experi ence hanging to it can be controlled as easily as a boat for the reason youtcan and thus maneuver so that if it is desired you can deposit yourself on iseonly the inexperienced men who fear they may incline the bag too far from safety A Tolerant Spirit Dont you find that it broaders inuresynIpathetic July Yes answered Mr Sirius Bark er After smelling all this burnt inllinantid r- scalelTOxx ABitntli lies Kind You Hate Always Botitfl IJPdThe Pride of Race Anifut Ilpplniirntt A conductor on one of the Brooklyn cars was collecting the fares before leaving the brige and as he called out Fares to two Jews who Were in front of me one of them up a dollar bill saying Two shin tlemen This was too much for an Irishman across the car and as he handed the conductor his pickle he said Wan Sheney Seemed Dig Pa what did they mean by a camel getting through the needles eyeV Thats only a figure of speech explained the man of family The man who was trying to put the thread through the eye of the nee dle just thought it was a camelthats all C Scar Q r lginttt U nrlvulcd uslcul Hlllwnt I nsphIng A ttructlvo HOGS Take Seats at Dinner Table isIShocked With a couple of genuine fat Po landChjna hogs as his guests Carl S Wise of this city recently sat down to enjoy a dinner at the country home of Kr tick Lackey the well known horseman at Cambredge City says a Logansport Indiana dis patch The hogs were Wises guests not with his consent hit as the re stilt of u joke perpetrated upon him by his host The lackey farm is the home of a college of trained animals con ducted by Kdward Holder one of Mr Lackeys employes So remark able where the of some of the animals trained by Hol der that he was given unlimited privileges by Mr Luckey until eventually Holder attracted the attention of an agent of theaters in New York Philadelphia and Baltimore with the result that last winter he had engagements at allof these places of amusements and exhibited his animals The troups included a herd of eight hogs eight steers and three horses At the close of the season the animals were returned to the lackey farm When Mr Wise took his seat at Mr Lackeys dinner table he was astonished at seeing two hogs enter the room and with as much composure as if they were endowed with human intelligence jump on two vacant chairs one on each side of Mr Wise and place their fore feet on the table as if ready to enjoy the mends with their human companion Mr Wise did not know the perform ance was a joke until Mr Holder appeared on the scene and command ed the hogs to leave the table They left their seats as composedly as they had taken them meted corn-er of the room un til they were commanded to leave the room Subscribe for THK HKPtfiltrAN Ural drluitt Mmlr BEST MADE 750 to 12 to roproduoos kinds hand orchestra violin vocal and Instrumental solos quartottos otc endless source IIIIIIIINNSNININIIYIINIIIIINIYWIIM11II IIINIIIIII11111X1111111 POPULAR Cheap ExcursionTo Niagara Falls Thursday Aug 1905 VIA Route Only 1050 Round Trip From Louisville Out Only 150 more than rate to Niagara Falls Alexandria Bay NY Thousand Islands Only S700 more than rate Niagara Falls Quo Only 1065 more than rate Niagara Falls Stopover at Westfieldfir sidetrip liautniiiia Lake Tickets good returning twelve days including date of wile Elegant trains of Pullman Sleeping Cats and Superb Day Coaches personally conducted the Big Four will look after tin wants passengers These excursions need no intro to the public and the popu larity of the Big Four the natural route to Niagara Falls Buffalo is well known Full information in pamphlet form can be obtained from Big Four ticket office S J dATEH Gon Agt- Loiitctvlllc Ky J LYNCH O P T A Cincinnati O CASTORIAFor I The 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each Send for latat cmlMlttguo of mmchlnu and recordsWm hara all tho newt popular hits In both styles of rooordu oyllndmrm and dime Columbia Phonograph Company H7H9 West Fourth Street CINCINNATI 0 Qrttud Priz Louie tBO4TTWr LY + rpsv M ffra Nr nb4 h I PRAIRIE DOGS Have Besome Such a Pest In Texas That They Are BecomingI tI111 B CurlN In n Tto lrtlir In riilrnKu ltr rolJrrlltl I a The Legislature of Texas has pass cd a law requiring farmers to enter minute the prairie dogs upon their I hinds because those amusing little animals have become such a terrible pest They did comparatively little harm when the State was given over to cattle ranges and land was selling for SO cents an acre hut now that the ranches are being hroken up into farms and are being sold for G jS and 10 an acre the prairie dog be comes an important factor in political economy and the grass and other vegetation he consumes and thee damage he does by burrowing unclcrj and eating the roots of the estimated at several millions of dollars a year You would not think it but if you will examine any field in Texas where the prairie dogs live or has lived you will immediately sen that it is so Experts calculate that it requires from oneeighth to one fourthof an acre of land to support Y a single family of prairie dogs and if you multiply this by the millions upon millions of these little animals that pop out of their holes in such a cunning way you will realize that there is another side to the story Iorfessional dog killers are going shout the State poisoning the animals I with a mixture of meal wheat and strychnine They charge 10 cents an acre for clearing a farm In one country in the central part of the State more than 5000 way paid last year to exterminate the little pests When a prairie dog eats poisoned meal he crawls into his hole and per ishes Hence his home becbmes his grave He doe not pollute the at mospherc or compel the farmers to I take away his carcass It has long been a mystesy where prairie dogs get water They are usually found in villages in the dry est places They are seldom found near streams or pools and I never heard any one tellof seeing a prairie dog drink There ism theory that they do not need to drink but that is improbable There is another 4ttheory that all of the individual a village lead to a central chamber where there is water far underground and when the animals get thirsty all they have to do is go downstairsIt fallacy that rattlesnakes owls and prairie dogs live in friendly relations in the sauce holes but naturalists say this is not true They declare that the snake is the worst enemy of the prairie dog and goes into the hole only for the purpose of eating his little ones When a snake goes into n hole the dog clears out and usually abandons it I have heard people relate how they have watched the dogs trying to catch snakes that have invaded their homes They root up the dirt all Ij around the hole in which the snake has entered and gradually close it so that the invader cannot get out This story however seems to con tradict the theory that all holes lead 1 to the centralchamber Owls frequently lives with prairie dogs and often occupy abandoned l holes because they cannot dig for ifthemselves the Texas Legislature requiring the extremination of prairie dogs goes into effect on Jan nary 1 next After that date all farmers are liable to a fine of 2 an acre for every year that they premit the little pests to survive K Pension Report 1 Major A T Wood Pension Agent for Kentucky has made his annual report for the year The report shows that twentyfive widows still I receive pensions for the war of 1812 There are no survivsors of that war tand the widows receive 8 a month For the Indian wars three survivors and twenty widows receive pensions There are 216 survivors of the Mexi can war in Kentucky who receivepen sions and 407 widows The Civil t War has the largest list to its credit there being 5669 survivors and 2646 t widows who receive pensions For t service inthe SpanishAmerican war 628 survivors receive pensions and 211 widows About 1000000 is I disturbed annually through the Lou isville office in pensions It will be noticed that in the earlier wars the I widows outnumbered the veterans 7edt xrlx fhtiitJ So PtjAiartcx Ary BLOOD WILL TELL It lakes Iola of vitality nervous force an ftrcngth to win it race lobo l must be pure and good Without good ted blood a man has I weak heart and pear nerves Thinness dthe Mood or anemia is common in met and young women and all those who wort indoors who do not get enough good oxygen in their consequently have too many white blood corpuscles Keep the nerve nourished the heart strong the head coot the Momach vigorous the liver itctive with a tonic which llnl stood the ter of time and has a wide nation Inch as Dr Pierce Golden Medic- Discovery Tonic cotixiMinir of large portions of brlnjnbxubrd into the blood with the excel lion of the alcohol which shrivels up till ted blood corpuscle when it dnet conic to contact with them Therefore do not allow the dealer to Insult your intelligence by telling he hoe oniething better that Dr DiscoveryTheCommunion Scute Medical Adviser lonSlarg page is Bentirw ou receipt of twentyone ane cent ftanii for the paper covere book or thirty one stamps lot the cloth bund volume AdduMi Dr R V Pierce Iluflalo N Y Not constipation the true scientific cur Is Dr Fierce Pleiivuit Pellets Mild harmless yet Mire No other pill can con pare with them H U by a large majority while in the later warms tlll veterans outnumbere the widows The reason assigne for this is that veterans marry youn wives and it is probable that in twenty or thirty years from now the widows who receive pensions will greatly outnumber veterans of till Civil War DoYou Want Strength If you want to increase your strength you must odd too and take from the physical In other words the food you eat must be digested assimilated and appropriated by the nerves blood and tissues before be fore being expelled from the intes tints Kodol Dyspepsia Cure adds to the physical It gives strength toI and builds up strength in the nun system It is pleasant to theta te and palatable and the only combination of digestants that will SIternby Z Wayne Grillin Bro m Muchly Married Matilda Jane Ayers the prettiest girl and the best cook in Taylor County Ky although but thirty three years of age has been married nine times and has never been di vorccd It is claimed that she holds the worlds present record as to husbands but then she began early eloping when she was only fifteen Her ninth and last marriage took place last week at the church 01 Piney creek in Taylor county Ky Her full name is Matilda Jane Har kins Ellets Boards Wycton Lowmai IwmannHudsonDumenilAyers A Grim Tragedy is daily enacted in thousands o1 homes as death claims in each One another victim of Consumption or Pneumonia But when Coughs and Colds are properly treated the tra gedy is averted F G Huntley of Oklandon Ind writes My wife had the consumption and three doe tors gave her up Finally she took Dr Kings New Discovery I for Consumption Coughs and Colds which cured her and today she is well anti strong It kills the germ of all diseases One dose relieves Guaranteed at 50c and 100 by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist Trial bottle free I Some Remarks Too many of us lose time in find ing fault Even a Kindergarten kid can spell eel with ease Many a man has acquired a headache from butting in Some fellows would indulge in I hot air even in a coldstorage ware house Spoiled Her Beauty Harriet Howard of 209 W 34tl St New York at one time had her beauty spoiled with skin trouble She writes I had Salt Rheum or Eczema for years but nothing cured it until I used Bucklens Arni ca Salve A quick and sure healer for cuts burns and sores 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store UNIQUE OCUPATIONS Of Women Who Fill Positions Usually Occupied By Menituetrott FrrlreeJ Many women nowadays fill reason Bible positions ordinarly occupied by menand the success they have gain ed attests their fitness for the work they have underlukenIMiss Claire Ferguson is or was I not long ago Deputy Sheriff of SaltI Lake county and one of her mani fold duties is to go out on the trilil of brigands and see that they are safely escorted tb gaol It may fall to her lot at at any time to take the prisoners out on the highway and superintend the chaingang when at work on the public roads while iti is said she has actually been called on to officiate as hangman or rather hang womaniThe State of Maine has a clever diver in Mrs Lillie Gordon of South Portland who has often been her husbands companion for hours n dozen fathoms and more under water and in Victoria one of the most successful gold prospectors is Mrs Cox a woman of over 50 summers who is more at home in the saddle than in an easy chair Mrs Annie Rickert of California not content with years of prospecting and mining during which she discovered the Calico Silver Mines and several valuable gold properties set to work some time ago to build the San Joaquin and Tuolumnu Rail way through a rough mountainous country covered with forests Mrs Kickert is President of the company and an excellent President tooI Miss Brainered is its Treasurer and four of the six Directors are women Miss Lilliad Smalla charming lineteenyearold girl was someI time ago marine observer on an iso lated promontory of Cape Cod keeping an eye on every ship that passed her lonelystation noting its flag andI name and telegraphing the informa ionevery half hour to the Chamber of Commerce at Boston On the far Pacific Coast are two women holding responsible positions Mrs Fish as keeper of the Point Pinas lighthouse at Monterey and Miss Fuller ns harbor mistress of Tacoma Mrs Richard King of Texas farms a ranch 2000 square miles in areait is a thirteenmile drive from her house door to her front gateand she counts her cht tic up to 200000 Miss Sturgeon a girl in the early twenties drives a mail coach 3T miles a day through the wildest part of Oregon I dont carry a revolver she says I did at first because my mother wanted me to but the thing was always in the way There wasnt any place to put it anti 1 didnt want to buckle it around me because it look eelsoso sort of mannishyou know and it would slide out of the seat and so after a few times I quit car rying it- Miss Mona Selden farms frogs in the marshes of New Jersey and cleared 1500 the first year by her en terprise Barrottiof Chicago makes in excellent income as a professional nutcracker every one of the 150 members of the Nasso Sweden fire brigade is a woman and hundreds of fair Japanese maidens spend their days in the unromantic work of coaling ships Three Good and Just Reasons There are three reasons why mothers prefer One Minute Cough Cure First It is absolutely harmless Second It tastes good childro love it Third It cures Coughs Croup and Whooping Cough when other reme dies fail Sold by t Wayne Griflin i Bro tin Lincolns Car Lincolns private carthe car that was built for the special use of the martyred President and that carried I Mothers Ear I A WORD in MOTHER EARS WHEN Hummma AM mfAHT AHO in TUB MOTH THAT CONE aEPORN THAT TIME SCOTTS EMULSION I euffumm THE nrriM mrmmHOTH AHO HOUKimMMiHT N0 HtcmmmAHr ran THE HEALTH Of morn MOTHER AND CHILD Send for frM MropU SCOTT I nowx E cheml- twells Yorkfcoctndftooi I his dead body from Washington to its resting place in Springfieldis without a home It is said to be one of the mostsa cred relics in America and yet it stands upon an unused sidetrack at Joilet Its owner has tried to dis pose of it to the Lincoln Park Commissioners ic Chicago but without unIusedI the trouble to preserve it It is a treasure of great value hut no om wants it There would be profound I regrets if it should bedestroyed and yet no one will provide for it so its destruction would be thatI The treatment of this car is an lustration of seme of the strangest theavIeragereverence for the memory of Lincoln and yet we are grossly neglectful of some of the things hollowed bv his I use In many respects we are idealists of the extreme type and at I the sane time in other respects we are so sordidly materialistic that our idealism becomes absurd and serves j only as a vent for enthusiasms which i are worthy in themselves but which are productive af no results In our senseless scramble for money we are losing some of the finer qualities of our nature both as in dividuals and as anation When will we as a people come to ourselves and learn to value things as their true worthICat a Victim of Mumps fKIllllbvllltdHU Ncllil A few weeks ago the sixyearold son of Mrs Bettie Woodring who lives on the Vine Grove road about I five or six miles out from town had i severe case of the mumps and while the fever was high took up in his arms a pet cat and playfully blew his breath into its nostrils In less than two weeks the cat had a well leveloped case of genuine mumps with jaws and throat owollen so badly it could scarcely eat In due course the disease wore off and the cat recovered and is now fat and sleek as ever A Smooth Article When you find it necessary use oWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is the purest and best for SoresI Burns Boils Eczema Blind Bleed ing Itching or Protruding Piles Get the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Bride Sells Her Hosiery fKimllub lad The railway depot here was the scene today of an auction out of the ordinary A young bridal couple had been put off a train for failing tb pay their fare They were well dressed and intelligent looking i After a conference the young men I tookoff a fancy vest and offered to sell it at auction It did not bring much The young woman then I produced a new pair of fine shoes I and five pairs ofsilk stockings and offered them for sale A crowd soon I deallofThe couple finally secured enough I money to get tickets to St Louis The young woman said she would sell every stitck of her clothing before she would beg OASXOaXA I Bun th 9 itt Kind You Have Always BcogM Siglllt1l1e 4 j of Ate His Whisky I Well said one of the story tpl ers Ive seen a lot of funny stunts done in hotels and barrooms but ran against the limit the other day I in one of the joints in West street I was standing at the bar with a l long cold one in front of me when a little old man with a black felt hat and an upcountry appearance came j in and ordered whisky He poured out a big drink glass almost full then walked to the lunch I counter and took a handful of bread He soaked thebread in the whisky and ate it with every evidence of en joyment I have since wondered he really liked it or if he had ifI oft drinking whisky and tried to his conscience by eating itiy Beginnig Early i Did you enjoy yourself at the party Bessie asked her mamma- I never saw such a stupid lot of peopledmamma replied the girl If there hadnt been a looking glass in thE room I wouldnt have enjoyed myself ntall J I ling lcrablePleparalionrorAsJ I j iIISOT NARCOTIC a forConstipalion Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP r Facsimile Signature or NEW YORK EXACT COPY OS WRAPPER Z AI J ht I of TIE OCNTAUIItOMPANV ftCWYOMK alT e j The of the Age Why HMMIUM It curra cumjiletelj and atom Itrcllerm tbrjiiiDtnot a living datb All eaeaof rileacniibocnreil by n urttlii operation but yon woulj rather hare Pllee cored without the knife HAIIIUH IOMITIVB IIII cum will do It Male 01111 b1 the I Ixitch rbnfniacnlCo Inc forenUhy J H Hartford Ky r el A BUSINESSman or young wutiiau who w + uM win success iu life This being conceded it is of first to set your twining at the schools tbat stand in the very trout rink E Cor Second and Walnut Sts Ky i even teachers each one a special it in his line Write for a beautiful book giving + lipnuisis from graduates Kiriit il vrr IIt UiiilK St5Er4it will mailed to you FREE School CJIHI H i Hi vtr SliilxnH enter at any time e J r r STEVENSThe 9botenel 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CiONmtlJEROME t FOR MAGISTRATE- s I llnrtfiinl IMntrltt Xchola NIHTHM 2 Cromwell Wntrlet W P Millar 3 Sulphur Sirln Dlnttlrt W 8 pwm 4 Fiirdnvlll nldrlrtdon KJ re 6 Iluford lilKtrlrt Hen S rhnmlwrlnlii 6 tot rton Dlntrlct HrtlHrt llrnder 7 Kockport lIItrlctlobn All t FOR CONSTABLE I Hnrtfonl Hlntrict J IlDranln- i Cromwell District It 11 Ynunit a Sulphur Sprlniw Ulntrlrt Wnltir Mllklff 4 1ordnlllllltrlctElIot1lnI1 Jlnford Dlitrlrt D Vutertunn DUtrlct W II Hill 7 Iturkpnrt DUtrlct Ininw Clark Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us AUDITORS agents are receivin some little attention now TilE indications are that the dove of peace will be hatched soon EVERY grafter should be gotten out from uhder the hay this year HAn you noticed that most men require a rest after taking vacation Tim secret hobnob between the official heads of Russia and Germany is puzzling the whole world TilE report comes from Colora do that a train has recently been held up by bears and jaguarsI IN swearing to support the con stitution wouldnt it be advisable for public officials to promise to stop the leaksISPEAKING of blue laws Govern or Folk of Missouri says that any law looks blue to anyone who wants to break it UP IN Iowa any man who is nine ty years old quiet and reticent about his past life is suspected of being John D Rockefellers father Mil BRYAN says the woods are full of wideawake Democrats In all probability they are the same ones that took to the woods lasti fall A GEORGIA anrecently swam five miles for a kiss each from two ladies Had he known the ropes he probably could have procured several more with less trouble THE Sultan of Turkey has ordered one hundred and fifty dresses from the city of Paris for his wives In all probability the other two hun- drEd will raise a kick GRAFTING seems to be the order of the day Beginning with State officials high up in authority and fol lowing the line on down a tendency to juggle with the public finance is noted CHINA awoke long enough to say that she will not be bound by any terms that Russia and Japan may make Then she drew a few whifs from her opium pipe and lapsed in to quiet slumber 4tTHE much delayed complaint from Admiral Rojestvensky that the armor on his warships was not thick The constructors of the admirals fleet evidently put the armor around the heads of the officers instead of on the vessels IT is reported that a Democratic nominee for a county office in this county who ran for the same place IAyears ago would have had thir tythree deputies had he been electel ed then that is if he had appointed at all he had promised The question now naturally arises how will he have in the event of his electionS this fall if he appoints all who have his promise ANY one whoout ten days in advance when the contract for building the iron bridge across Rough Creek at Ambrose ford will be let out can earn a neat little sum of by notifying a certain bridge compa ny whose address can be had by ap plying at THE REPUBLICAN office Judge J P Miller or County Attorney W H Barnes who constitute a working majority of the building committee will fix the time and can furnish you this information if they desire to do so Aapply to them In Memory of Little Coda The death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs E R Graves July 15 1905 and took from them little Coda age 1 year 4 months and a to the hingGod let little Coda stay in our earthly home long enough to gain our love and affection and then took him to be with the angels in Paradise It was sad and lonely to part with little Coda The home seems so vacent without him But the Lord does all things for the bestt1IAbHERBERT July 24Frnnk Bruner who has been attending college at Lexington returned home Tuesday he will visit ss parents a few weeks and will go from here to teach a school at SorghoMiss Gracee Winklerof Scythia is the guest of Miss Lula Floyd Herbert Haynes and sister Miss Ora visited D Barrett and family Sundayg to Yelving ton Sunday to be at the bedside of his sister Mrs Mortie Midkiff who is ill with typhoid fever Johnny Haynes wife and sister Miss Joanna visited at Alfred Phil lips at Etna Sunday Miss Maybelle Miller visited at Whitesville Wednesday Homer Milligan went to Deanfield Wednesday Leonard Taylor and Miss Sadie Miller spent Sunday at J R Haynes at Walnut Grove Miss Lucille Miller who has been visiting relatives here returned- to her home in Owensboro Satur day Bert McCanish of Scythia spent Wednesday at this place Half of the Tobacco at this place- is ruined on account of so much rain TelegraphymWrite now for our Telegraphy T Catalog All the graduates secure positions Address H H Cherry Bowlig Green Kentucky Expectcs to Reach Pole North Sydney C B July 23 The Peary Arctic explorationsteamer ofRoosevelt which left Bar Harbor Wednesday reached here today with Commander Peary his daughter on boad After coalcJ ng the Roosevelt will leave for the ofNorth tomorrow evening Commander Peary in an interview tonight said that he was greatly pleased with the initial long run of the Roosevelt He said he hadev ery hope of reaching the pole when he makes his dash over the snow and ice next February He expect to take the ship as far North as Lati wtubatance to the pole will be less than he has already covered on sledge journeys on former occasions A Bad Stomach Xraseni the usefulness and mars the hap pines ot life Iti a weak stomach a stomach that cannot properly perform Us functions Among Its symptoms are distress after I eating nausea between meals heartburn belching vomiting flatulence and nervous headache HoodsSarsaparillaCures pepsla and the cure Is permanenttE Accept no substitute SI THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems dispatch from Russian headqrart Manchuria has been received St Petersburg announcing that- a Japanese force has captured the lighthouse at the port of Dekastnas and hoisted the Japanese flag It is the belief in Washington that the question whether there is to be peace in the Far East or a conlin once of hostilities will be practically settled at the first business meeetins the Russian and Japanese Commissioners At the breakfast table Martin Conroy of Lewisburg Ind told his mother that he had dreamed of being killed by railroad cars He left the house and a few moments later was run down by a work train and instantly killed The Louisiana State Board of Health has decided to have the New Orleans Board of Health makv a daily report on cases of yellow fever with their locaton It has been re to the State Board by the city that that there have been cases and six deaths Mississippi has quarantined against the entire State of Louisiana Judge Faulkner in his charge to the grand jury of Knox county sprung a surprise by his instructions elections saying that if was a man on the jury who had voters in an election in Knox county let him stand aside He also charged that the law had been grosser violated in the past but that it was his intention to enforce the law as he understood it a A State Inspector Hines has reported to Gov Beckham that the State Revenue Agent Harrison of Lexington received 1000 from a Clark county concern under an agreement that a judgment for back taxes should be entered against it for 360 only when the fact was there was a liability for back taxes of 2400 The report alleges that Harrison has never accounted for the 1 000 Harrison refuses to discuss the matter further than to say he has done nothing illegal and will make a state ment at the proper time There are many rumors afloat of irregular ities on the part of revenue agents which will be reported to the Auditor The latter in a letter to the Sheriff of Fulton county criticises tax settlement made by State Revenue Agent Lucas of Paducah- SMALLHOUS July 2GCecil Drake and wife Bowling Green were the guests of his sister Mrs Oppie Kittingersev eral days last week Mrs Sam Morton and Mrs Sallie Drake spent several lays at Liver ore last week with Mr and Mrs R Barnard at the bedside of their little grandson who is quite ill W C Overhuls went to Hartford FridayMiss Nora Bennett Matanzas Kirt Robertson Godman and Essie Nuckols Madisonvilleare the guests relatives here Rev Lowery Tichenor Matanzas and Mr S W Bilbro attended at Smallhous Sunday 11 D Maddox was the guest of his uncle Will Maddox at Rock port Saturday night 11 P Maddox was the guest of his brother Will Maddox Rockport Monday night Rev G H Lawrence and Messrs Alva Calloway and John Bennett were appointed as delegates to the fifth Sunday Association at Wood ards Valley next Sunday Miss Oma Maddox made a trip to Hopkinsville Saturday returning Sunday She was accompanied by her cousin Mrs Huston Randolph Rockport and were the guests of Mr G M Maddox while there Little Misses Dever and Pauline Hendrix Godman spent last weekI with Mrs Oppie Kittinger Revs L W Tichenor and G H Lawrence and Messrs J H Fulker son W L Howell and Sam Bilbro WIThere was a large crowd in atI at the icecream supper evening at Miss Ninth r Bullocks All had a pleasant time Mrs P L Wood Ceralvo was the guest of her sister Miss Maggie Hunter yesterday- T R Barnard Livermore was at Smallhoua yesterday Misses Ida Addington and Ethel Hunter and Mr W L Howell were the guests of Mr and Mrs Joe Hill and family Monday night at Ma tanzasBob Bennett and son Arnold of Beda are the guests of Alva Cal oway and family Messrs Clarence Overhults John Bennett Will Howell and Harry Bennett Misses Ida Addington and Ethel Hunter attended the apple cutting at Mr Jeff Everlys Monday nightMr It D Hunter Utica Ky is the guest of his parents Mr awl Mrs Robert Hunter Mr and Mrs Robert Hunter were the guests of Mr and Mrs S J Hawkins near Hartford Wednes dayMiss Lelia Hunter is the guest of her cousin Mrs Chester Lindley of Matanzas this week Mr and Mrs Joe Dexter and two children of Illinois are the guests of relatives here For Sale Seventytwo acres of good land six miles Southeast of Fordsville all tilable land and about twenty acres of timbered land Nice New dwelling seven rooms good barn and stock wat orchardiForJ S AUMSTROM 2t2 Hawesville Ky WHITESVILLE July 2uThe farmers 1c complain ing of the frequent heavy rains do ing damage to their crops Mrs Annie Baker and son Hugh of lola Kan are the guests of friends here Mr and Mrs Chas Chalfin Ow ensboro spent Saturday and Sunday here with Mrs Chaltins mother Mrs J G McCarty Miss AlberUi Birkhead entertain ed her friends with a party Satur day evening at her home at Mr J H Wheatleys All spent a most enjoyable evening R A Brooks Elmer Haynes and C L Obenchain spent Sunday in OwensboroMrs Cecil and daughter HatTey have returned from their visit to Bowling Green and Cecilia- P H Halley who has been very ill at his home here is improv ingFrank Brook Owensboro spent Sunday with his parents Mrs Willis Holder went to Fords ville Monday to visit her brother Mr Fred Litsey Lonnie McCarty went to Pellville TuesdayMiss Bessie Floyd Knottsville spent Sunday here Miss Annie Hickey is visiting her sister Mrs Hosea Shown of Ada burg this week Miss Gladys Hickey of Hartford is the guest of her grandparents Mr and Mrs Thos Hickey Miss Annie Hagan is visiting at West Louisville this week Dr J A Strother who has re cently graduated in medicine is vis iting his sister Mrs D McKinney of this place Miss Sue Moseley closed her com mercial school at Fordsville lost weekMiss Sue Moseley and Mrs J H Wheatley went to Har tford Tuesday to visit friends and relatives RENDER July 25E C Babbage of Ow ensboro was here last Wednesday- G R Roll was in Central City on lAsiness last Wednesday- Mr and Mrs AJ Williams Hart ford vere here last Wednesday- C M Taylor Beaver Dam was here last Thursday Rosco Barnard was in Beaver Dam last Thursday R B Martin Republican candidate for sheriff was here last Thursday Mr Martin is a good man and is worthy of the office he is a candidate forMessrs Nicholas Barrass Sr and Guy Statler of Taylor tines were here last Thursday- W D McElhinney of Centrality was here qn legal business last FridayC Reneer of Centertown was here last Friday- C C Baize and Ghas Robinson SaturdayIwas here last Saturday t Mrs R N Mitchell of Mercer Ob 440W1JP44 4S444 54445 H VJM 44440 11 YBariles Bro i Summer Clothing t iAllDrop in at Barnes store and buy ono olthose marked down Summer Suits Seven Dollars choice for any of our Mens Suits that sold for 10 and j50 choice liar V any of another lot of Mens Suits that sold for 10rII Only 550 choice of a lot of Mens Suits that sold for 850 These are bargains Mens Straw Hdits Only broken lots of liens and Boys Straw Hats loft hut we will oiler you ono so cheap that you will cot b tainly buy it just to finish out the season with Try 4us and see living your buy and drop in and wo will fit hina at a low price Youre pretty sure to find Ij something desirable in this lot 1 4 I Wash MaterialsI- n the Dress Goods suction you will find flue goods marked at about half the former price Now is thovtime to buy a lime Dress at a very cheap price If you enjoy saving money just buysonar of thou clump Wash Dress and Waist Materials As bargains theyre certainly time rarest weve ollercd yet i LowCuts and Oxfords this department we are well prepared to fit you a nice tan or black LowCut or Oxford at a very IInprice You will also lied odd lots of Slippers that bought at onehalf their former price anti oon Buy some dump Shoes and Slippers Its a great chance lilt bargains in footwear Millinery JYour chances in this department are growing less t- of everyday Hats are growing less and prices getting E lower Every Mat has been badly butchered in f Now is a moneysaving time in our Millinery 8ectiont We have priced them so low that wo fool sure ofsellingt huyja quick and got first choice Jive us your orders Al I so let us retrim your old l t- atsBeaver Dam110 t1 t t t t t t t n t t t MTrt1 t t t t oYTHtTfttO was the guest of Mr and Mrs L Francis last Sunday Harden Burden was in Horse Branch last Sunday R D Douglass was in Rosine last SundayMr Mrs Will Moore and Ernest Andrew and Miss Ada Snell spent the lay in horton last Sunday Miss Ida Mae Henry returned to her home in Louisville last Sunday after visiting Miss Lucye James for a few davs Mrs P L Neighbors returned to her home in Herrin 111 last Sun day after visiting her parents Mr and Mrs L Francis for the past three weeks Jas Raley of Horton was here yesterdayL is on the sick list After being closed for sometime OPIerationford is visiting Miss Isabel FairIMiss Amelia Southard of is the guest of miss Nellye Harris Dr H B Innis is on the sick list r Notice to Cbeditors I As assignee of L T Tappan of I Beaver Dam Ky I will be at my I law office in the town of Beayer Dam on Tuesday September the 12th 1905 j to receive verified claims against said assigned estate D B 2t4 Assignee of L RUOADSIi Gradtates Secure i BowlingGreen ly secure positions Write for imfor mation Mention course wanted Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky wJ1 TAXES NOW DUEl Wo Imvu received the lax book and aro now ready to receipt you liar your taxes Please callsat your earliest 4 convenience anti pay same I or ono of my deputies will he at time following places on the ditto mentioned and you hyhBaizetown Saturday August 1U HorsellranchSaturdayAugust2tl Rosine Tuesday September 5 Cromwell Tuesday August 29 Wysox Thursday August 21IOlaton Monday August 28 Shultztown September 9 tlpM f V Bells Run Monday August 14IHeflin Thursday August 24 Rockport August 19 Centertown August 26 Smallhouse August 25 Ceralvo August 28 lo Point Pleasant Wednesday Au gust 23- McHenry Saturday August 12 Fordsville Saturday August 19 andevery Saturday thereafter Narrows Thursday August 24 ItDeanfield August 29 rShreveMagan Thursday August 31 Ralph Friday September 1 Will be at Hartford everyday CAL P KEOWN Shunt OhiQ county wa 1a u 41 41 41 Providedfor t1 41 w You atFairs E 1 f 4 9 41In order to make shopping u pleasure during the 9 41 hot weather you will Hud at Fairs u nice cool store jjj 41plenty good ice water souln corps of competent 41 to show you the prettiest line of summer wearables in 1lartfi rdonto and make our house = 49 your shopping place 49 i 4 bit 41New Wash Goods = 411Ve have received from the markets the latest for = 44 midsummer wear in Sheer Organdies both plain i 41 and lime complete lines of Swisses Dimities Ba tJ tiste White Good Etc with a grand assortment of = 49 dainty Laces and Insertions to trim them Wo are bit fj sure wo can please you We invite your inspection tn bit 4i Ladies Furnishings 9 i 41 Tei doyen ladies bleached Ribbed Vests taped Ifr j neck and annholes the wry kind that you pay 15c jj 41 for as long as they last you can buy them for I OCt 43 See our Baits Neckwear old Kans three acres j 49 sories to your summer outfit that are indispensable j Wo have all the now thing in all of thom Pretty 44 4i Wash Bolts 25c Silk BoltH all shuttles 25c and i 450c Wash Turnovers Stocks and fancy wash Col jjj 41 lars late desirable styles fir only 25c r 41 A great selection of Fans in paper linen and silk j j at prices running from 5c to 75c See our Furnish j i41ings always tht newest found i 41Summer Clothing 9 Ii A lino assortment of tWO piOCO homespun Suits 9 41eight shades the very kind for comfort tool stylo 41 goody that soil readily for S8our special price 5 = 41 fi Bargain Basement 1 41A place where all can find something useful for = 41 the home prices within tho reach of nll5e told i 41 10c nothing higher Too lUnnyusoful things J 43 to mention Como and see We guarantee that 41you will bo pleased with our goods und prices j o 4Q 41 IATThe Bargain Center 41 41 141 4 41 Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 28 Illinois Contra RailroadTime Table North nautili No doe 40 n in No ltMultMpNo lot JnS 7p ni KiniMi llnnnd So 121 dnellt1 n m No let line ZMp w No 111 dopO40 m NOTIDK TIIK It II I 11 II I IVAN will prim lro u1 ct nrge Memory Nallcmt Obltnnrlrn Krixilnuoim or Unpect Kir In the pxtml at lao word Allover Hint nmoiuit nrci rlinrgo lent the rnteal Ic per word cofth In deeArticle In exec of Iio wariU will be cut down to rrqnlrnl limit nnlrS- maileylwant with ninnniicrlpt lo dry lo i word in every liinlnnrc Flener spent Sunday in PrentisiEverett Smith Ceralvo called to see us Tuesday City Restaurantmost uptodate place in Hartford Burial Caskets for sale by P LI Wood Ceralvo Ky 42tl2 All kind of sewing machine sup plies at City Restaurant Mr Clarence Bennett Narrows called to see us Monday Mr W C Overhults Smallhous called to see us last Friday Mrs William IJimes presented her husband with a fine boy last Friday Miss Artie Rowe Bowling Green is the guest of Miss Artie Wedding Get your meals and lunches when in Hartford at City Restaurant Everything firstclass IMr Clell Monday Smith Taffy called to Mr J W Sorrels Postmoster at Roxey is quite ill of flux Mr Lem McIIenry Louisville is theguest of relatives here Mr H H Chapman Taffy was a- very pleasant caller Monday Miss Cova Anderson Owensboro is the guest of relatives here Mr John B Foster is critically ill at his home on Clay street Mr Clarence James Cromwell called to see us last Saturday Mr L A Sanderfur Roxeywas a very pleasant caller yesterday Mrs Alvin Rowe Centertown is the guest of Mrs C E Smith Mr W W Loyd Barretts Ferry was a very pleasant caller last Sat urday IFor Scholarship in the Bowling I Green Business College apply at this office ISee the line of Ginghams they are showing at Long Gos at only 5 cents yer yard IMr J E Curtis of the West Hartford neighborhood called to see us Tuesday iThat Mackinaw Trout at City Res is certainly fine Bring your Eggs Feathers and Chickens to Carson Co Come to Carson Co for Summer Clothing at reduced prices I The very newest things in Ladies Neckwear Belts Ribbons c at Economy Store LONG Co Mrs James Wilson and son George of Hennessly Ok are visit ing the family of Esq J A Park J J Midkiff Whitesville called to see us yesterday Miss Edith Carson has accepted a position in the post office Mr L E Everly Matanzas was a pleasant caller last Friday Mr JP Barnard Louisville win town on business Tuesday We have a good lot of Gents Shirtings and Percals CARSON CO Mr Nicholas Barrass Taylor Mines made us a pleasant call Tuesday Mrs Julia Renfrow Dundee is the guest of Dr and Mrs S J Wed ding Col C M Barnett retured to Lou isville Tuesday after a few dayssta with us- Notice the reduction that we are making on our Low Cut Shoes CARSON Co Mrs M L Heavrin who has been quite ill for the past few day is im proving Mr Oscar Midkiff Republican nominee for Jailer called to see us Wednesday Mr Jerome Allen Republican nominee for Coroner called to see us Tuesday Mrs Lucy Wedding returned Tues day from several days visit to relatives at Cobden 111 Remember that our reduction on Lawns and Oagandiescontinuesunti August 1 CARSON Co Mr A It Carson returned to Louisville Sunday after several day visit to relatives here Mr Sto Martin Noka was the guest of Messrs Clellon and Oscar Flener City last week Miss Willie hacker Corbin Ky arrived in town Wednesday be the gttost of relatives and friends If you want Lawn Dress Goods ut thirtyfive per cent less than their real value visit Carson Co Just arrived a big line of Prints Ginghams Chiviots and Percalsut Economy Store LONG Co Mrs Allen Tanner and daughter Evansville Ind arc the guests of fir and Mrs Rowan Holbrook Leave your laundry at Cleve llers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt lelivery Agent Richmond Laun iry Ifitf Dr and Mrs E B Pendleton and children have been the guests of friends at Calhoun the past rew- days Soda Water Lemonade Pop Coca Cola Orange Juice Cherry Phosphate Soda Cream c at City ResI aurant Supt J MDeWeesereturndfron ordsville last Saturday where he lad been holding the teachers examination Come and get you a oair of White Canvas Slippers The pricehas been reatly reduced At Economy Store LONG Co Arrangement have been made for a game of ball with the Indians that layed here three years ago The ame will be played in September Mrs W H Griffin Mrs A D Juskill Mrs J T Moore Mrs W H Moore and Mrs Ross have been at Sulphur Springs for the past few lays Mr W A Chandler Carrollton Ky has accepted a position as manager of the Rough River Telephone Co He and wife arrived the first of the week Uncle Louis Gunther presented us vith an apple that measured 14 1 inches in circumference and weighed U pounds He says it is of the cannon ball variety Mrs A C Ellis of the north Hartford neighborhood received a telegram Monday from Alto Texas nnouncing the death of her sister Mrs Florence Barnett Mr W H Griffin Mr J H B Carson Mr J E Bean and wife Capt J G Keown and Mr John T loore are among the Hartford people who spent the day a Sulphur prings last Sunday WANTED Information as to the ddress of John W Bryant or heirs if he is dead He served in Co B 26th Ky and he was probably born in Ohio County Small recovery can probably be made Address Harvey paldirig i Sons Washington D C Rev E M Crowe who haslbeenI ill for the past few days is slowly improvingI extendIed PeItersLONG Co Mr and Mrs John Durham and daughters Miss Willie and little Miss Clara Ceralvo called to see us Tuesday Miss Sue M Moseley Whitesviill has accepted a position as principa of the Commercial Department of Hartford College Sheriff Cal P Keown returnee yesterday from Oklahoma where he had been to attend the Frisco Lot and Land Cos opening While engaged in repairing his yard fence Wednesday Mr W T Woodward made a miss lick with an adz which he was using and strucl his foot inflicting painful wound Mr and Mrs Thus B Petrie and daughters Annie Ruth and Lelii May who have been visiting Mrs Petries parents Mr and Mrs J E Fogle will return today to their home in Brazil Ind Mrs Lena Taylor and son Earl wife and child of Hon P H Taylor County Attorney of Casey county are visiting relatives in Hartford Mrs Taylor is the sister of Mrs Geo G Fair and Mr J E Fogle The Rockport Magisterial distric Convention held at Rockport last Saturday nominated Mr John Mile for Magistrate and Mr James Clark for Constable two of the very best men and Republicans in the Rock hart district The district is safelj Republican and their election is assured Mr Finis Rowe Centertown was united in maariage to Miss Bessie leflin also of Centertown at the residence of Mr J M McIntire City Tuesday afternoon Tim RE PUBLICAN joins the many friends of these young people in wishing then happy and blissful future Mr J F Rowe Williams Mines vas united in marriage to Miss Liz ie Johnston at the residence of Rev A J Williams City yesterday at 2 clock Rev Williams officiating ilr and Mrs Rowe will reside ai iVilliams Mines where Mr Rowe has a position with the Taylor Coal CoI Mrs Mattie Barrett City hay performed the very remarkable feat jf preserving for thirteen years in excellent condition a fruit cake which she made and baked herself that numbered of years ago In June 892 she baked the cake which was to have been served on the anni rersy of her marriage to Mr John P Barrettbut before the aniversarj tame around Mr Bal reU died and he cake was laid away Mrs Bar ett presented your editor witha lice bit of the delicious editable and ve can personally testify to the most xcellent quantities and remarkable reservation of it We prize this inique token very highlYbecause it citifies the good will of the kind and idmirable lady who prof fired it License to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S tagland since our last report Jesse Mercer Rockport age 19 years to Jennetta Tyro Hartford ige 17 years James A Petty Nor ows age 25 years to Fanny Wens Narrows age 15 years Finis Rowe Jentertown age 28 years to Bessie B Heflin Centertown age 18 years J F Rowe Centertown age 38 ears to Elizabeth Johnston Hartford age 27 years Fnis Evans Taylor Mines age 18 years to Minnie Vhite McHenry age 21 years IRXK8NOWDUK We Have received the tax book and are now eady to receipt you for for your taxes Please call at your earliest convenience and pay Same C P Keown Itf Sheriff Ohio Co fBEDA July 25Rev Cantril filled his ppointment at Shinkle Chapel Sun I ayMiss Hallie Davis who has been l Some Great Values in Clothing We offer this monthall Our 1000 Suits fur 750 Our 900 Suits for 700 Our 850 Suits for i50 Our 800 Suits for GOO Our 750 Suits for 550 Our 700 Snits for 500 Our S050 Suits for 150 Our 000 Suits for 400 Our 500 Suits for 350 Shoes Owing to the lateness of the season nil of our LowCut Shoes for men and Slippers for women A SWELL LOW CUT made in all leathers tstylesA ill is is Q C I to it will go price It Into you to Slippers we of weather of us 145 175 LowCuts 120 Wo a as sortment of Ladies Tan Slippers which wo are selling at cost We will continue to give special prices during this summer season will en able you to save money Now is to supply yourself Calico Ginghams Percals Shirting Sheoting Bleached and Unbleached Cotton Etc Calico 41o Bleached Cotton i5c Unbleached Cotton 45c Heavy Shirting 7u Best Shirt Gingham Gie Yours for Bargains Sean Bach208 W Main St Hartford Kentucky soa 3ar3abrS a ooo03 S33 wOIOOOOOO41 9 41 New TiisKop41When roof leaks or you Gut 9 41 Roofing and Repairing telephone 41 No 90 or night C H Wade the prac 41 tinner do work right und 4cheap in firstclass mariner =4q t f Tinware O 4 1 carry a full line of heaviest Tinplate of tt ti which my Tinware is made Como and in fly 41spect my lino before buying 41 bh 41 RespeotI1119 C Ht WADE The Tinner quiet of typhoid fever im provingMiss Enola Her Champaign 111 visiting her mother Mrs Bettie Her Mesdames Ward and Rial No creek spent Monday with W ParksClinton Park and family Clear Runspent Moday with W Bennett and family Several from here will attend the association at Woodwards Valley Sunday A Handsome Catalog and i trated Journal Free The Bowling Green Business Uni versity and Southern Normal j will mail free those requesting handsome Catalog and illustrated i ul cost is not too for buy for him many weeks hot ahead 250 Mens LowCuts for 185 200 Low Cuts fur for have nice which the time with Our Best your need day tical will your I Illus School Journal Write postal card or letter stating Course desired Address H H Cherry President Bowling Green Ky A Unique Newspayer The Gleaner was published Ill Manchester N H siXty years ago and was for many reasons out of the ordinary in the newspaper line The paper was published by John Caldwell and bore under the headline the legend An independent news devoted to truth both fat politics and religion On ono or 081man l that the pnper suspended existence of three years a t r s r- y r U 1- r STRANGEST CLUB In the World Is the Degenerate Russian Sybarites Cercle rhlrxcl Trllm Russia has outdone Rome in its golden day out rivaled the splendor of ancient Athins paled the glories of beautiful Paris In Kharkoff a town of which nine tenths of the people of America never have heard there is a club the most wonderful and beautifulthat the world ever has known The Sybarites Cercle of Khar kotr is ths most luxurious the most beautiful the most denerate of a the clubs the world ever has known and the lavitenl8 theluxuriousness the beauties of the club have just been revealed to the world becaus- a new paper man impersonated e if the members and securedanen trance to the palace at Kharkot- where never before the foot of man who wits not a member or an employe was set but which have been tried by scores of court beauties and lovely women from France and from all the Russia No woman dare tell that she eve has been a guest in the Sybarites Cercle but hundreds have been en tertained in that white marble den Grand Dukes Cyril and Boris themselves the leaders of the exquisi tes of the Russian grand dude clique are among the leaders of the Sybarites Cercle There were 20 male human beings the riches of Russias young nobles who formed the cercle andat the cost of 100000 they built in Khar koff a miniature woods and with in laid doors with beaten bronze and silver handles and plates with silver chandeliers No one in Kharkoff ever saw the inside of the mystic palace except the workmen and th members of the club and when it was finished these 20 exquisites furnished it at the cost of tens of thousands of dollars donating rare paint jugs rich tapestries and gold and silvery services Shen an Englishman named Gower a renowed chief was engaged with a corps of assistants who never left the kitchen and a dozen of beautiful girls were employed as waitresses and clad in the Grecian style they were called upon to serve the ban iuets to the 20 young human animals who pose before the world as men The fame of the club and other males of the same set sought entrance to the clubonly to be refused but the members invited thereto the woman of highest rank and greatest renown and wonderful feasts were given by them following by that would shame ancient Rome The plates on which the rare viands f the world are served to the Sybari tes are studded with rubies and opals and diamonds and pearls the table napkins are of finest silk drawn into beautiful patterns the bath towels anti sheets for the beds are pure silk vebbed liner than a spider can draw them altogether the club house is the most wonderful in the world In court cercles of St Petersburg ami Paris and Vienna the beauties whispered of the wonders of the Sybarites palace awl in time the urioaity of Europe was aroused to now what went on within those white marble walls at the grand hiiiil resort at Kharkyff lit WltM known there the Englishman imver was jwid i5000 a year to catel io the 20 and that each of the mem tiers paid 2500 a year dues besides paying for special tnterullIlIllntI M Kossnlkoff a journalist deterI nined to prnetrate the mysteries He impersonated member who seldom cause from St Petersburg to join in the luxurious orgiesand rllte for his paper a dlillin of he clubhouse an 1 it 1 refits C nS OZ 0FIt 0 ABran Tin Kind You Haw MAW Bongta i tllAEiln Overflowing She loves tu be Bern in her bath ing suit I must say theres mighty little f her in it Drastic Measures Mr Watkyns I see by the paperso that Mayor Werver is taking measure to clean out ollicial corrup tion over in Philadelphia Tommy Papa what are drastic mersuresMr ns Drastic measures i Tommy are what your mother takes when she has a new hired girl and gets suspicious of the condition of her roan The General esslonI Pa what is a A miser my miserIwont lend you good security Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs fo 1905 as far its reported Otlicers o fairs are requested to report to us any ommissions or correction of dates Hartford October Illla8Madisonville August 1 5 dn s Danville August S4 daysI1 days 11ShepherolsvilleAugust 15 4 days Lawrencehur August 154 days Vanceburg August Hil days GuthrieAugust 178 days eShelbvlli August 22 J days Springfield August 28 1 days daysrtcFlorence August SO 1 da sIElizaliethtown September days Glasgow September Iil day 1IKentucky State Fair daysrlIn September 2t II days Falmouth September 2i4 days Owensboro October 10ti days DINE AT THE FRIARS FARM New Years Day at the English Home I of Rest for Finely Bred Horses All ixjiiine banquet has proved not the least interesting of the festivities of tin season The segue was Friar 1laoe Farm at loan relates the Pall Mall On zette when the home of rest for horses carries on its IwiutlcHit work of providing a hospital fore convalescents as well as an asy lam for the agedmend the occasion was the annual Xew Years day dinner to the inmates Like other festal menus thisoneditlVrid from ordinary fan Ridiculously sim pee from the human standpoint itIwas a surcesslrni of dainties the equine palate Each inmate of the till or so louse boxes was presented with a New Years box tilled with an assortment of bi fiiits apples carrots and hits of sugar and bread surd they munched these tasty morsels to the accompaniment of many caresses and kind words from the guests who weii hidden to the feast merely as onlookers There was no doubting that the horses knew that their environment was en fete Long before one of them andsetst lIP dinner l ell ariiiging t wo rules of heads and necks were nodding and swaying out of the uIxn upper half of the loose box deters in in telligent anticipation of time fowls to mine keeping their eyes on till tempting titbits as yet 111I yond their reach and dilating their nostrils in sniillng sal isGu w IltllllHII 11IIallal1 horse was visited in turn The allpervading kindness dis played on this tiny by attend nuts and visitors alike was but part of the system of thoughtful j iKnevoleiice that obtains all till j year round at Friars 1lare Farm The work of till institution is bel lir appreciated the more widely is known Each of the throe main objects mist enlist the 1111I pathsof all lovers of inuus noblest friend among the animal creation First of all it enables the poorer classes on moderate terms to procure rest and good treatment for animals that allIfailing nut from ripe but continuous work sickness or ac ridental causes and are likely to be benefited by a few weeks rest and care A little timily relief of this kind enables many failing horses to do further work with comfort for years thus saying their owners unnecessary outlay in purchasing others Secondly it provides miiimils for pOOl per for tenillorruvuse while their wn are resting in the home a small amount Iwing charged for such loans cued a strict guarantee of good treatment being exacted In the third place the home pro I vides a suitable mist hlm for 110M favorites that would suffer by hemp turned out only to grass bit I whose owners instead of destroy lug or selling them for future labor desire to plan them under good treatment for the rest of unit dues paying a remiinerativi charge for such accommodation Among the latter class the vis itors were introduced to an old chestnut charger whose master Oil Flndyear of the Scots thfr n III I 01 Horses Heightsi birds fltItain great muscular exertions tom an indefinite period silts a oat uralist Picot that appallingdis tare they swoop down III diner rut styles lliug doves and wood i rock often precipitate themselves with the rushing noise of a rocket Doves break their descent at a considerable distance from the ground lint snipe rush down with ill two or three fret of the sorfarr IHUlIlIl1lhIUI in a roving course elevation L IInvelocity they sweep down thou sands of fret to the base of a dill I and when an observer goes to set hove many pieces the snipe have dashed themselves into lie finds quietImes t move DRAPER WAS MOSTLY CAS Woman Customer Calculated That Salesman Was Constructed of Much HotAir He kept a drapers shop and was rather glib In his talk and in rlincd to be tlippant to his ens tomers One day an old woman went this shop and said I want some threepennv cal linker Threepenny alarm Keller tint take a threepenny calico take a sixpenny A threepenny cnlico wont wlIsha sixpenny willr1 threiiHiiny calico is sleazy a sixnenny calico is linn Take a sixlsnllyeilieu II 1I11vo II lr glad von didnt take threepen ny take a threepenny mind youll be sorry you didnt take a six I Miiny Let me measure you oil the sixpennv it is heavier will last longer and is cheaper in tin end Dont 1111a threepenny when only threepence more will glue you a material worth double What do you say The old woman stood perfectly still till lit paused and then said A threepenny callicker is good enough for a poor worm like me Worm worm mart Dont call yourself a worm I I dont like to hear iKople call themselves worms We are not worms wo HIt men and women Worms indeed Pin not a worm you are not n worn Ill tell yon what we are made of water gas lime and n trwnlhePltelll5The simply said Law is that so Then I reckon j1I11XIIpenny callieker IrI I contenanco on a person I thought I did tell my mother inlaw made us a visit To Consumptives The undersigned having been restored to health by simple means af ter suffering for several years with severe lung affection and that dreaded disease Consumption is anx ious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of rote To those who desire it he will cherfuliy send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they will find a sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and all throat and lung Maladies He hopes all sufferers will try his remedy as it is invaluable Those desiring the I prescription which will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing will please address Rev Edward A1 Wilson Brooklyn New York 32yr NOTICE Orders Ohio County Court E E Rhoads c I For motion Local option election m fctnaville voting precinct I This day the petitioners herein Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New Discovery IFor TIOV mere oillHH OL1IH RISOC a noo A Perfect For All Throat and Cure a Lung Troubles Money back If It faill Trial Dotttti freer BEST FOR THE BOWELS It too htrtnt a regular buJlhonm1 of the- bowelsrrrydqJ mrMunrwilb Ke pruurI bowfii ot en anJ well F re shape of vlolni1 yalorrpill potion Is lorH The I mootheit railoit mi prrfrctway of kecplof the bowels dar and tltla la I tak- eCANDY L CATHARTIC II L EAT EM LIKE CANDY rluantant l Ik nt Taste Good Tq- oast Neeralekn ornrfpe U Hand M ccnta per boi Wrle for tree umpte and took lt on health Addrria U3 Sterling Reined Compani Chicago or tow York KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN iVed tlie nllidavit of Mack Ragland Deputy County Clerk out C H Moorman S L lhilliPPI4 C It j Rhoads and fI Huff who art now i and were on the tith day of July 1JKV5 the regularly appointed elec i tion ollicers for the Ktnaville vot ing precinct in Ohio county Ken tricky and it appearing from the af ImllItheir report herein made upon re turn of ballot box to County Clerk that the election herein ordered by a judgment of this court at its regu lar June term JH to be held on the Gth day of July 1905 was not held for the reason that said elec tion ollicers whose duty it was to hold said election had no ballot book or ballots to furnish the voters in said Etnaville voting precinct by which they or any of them could cast their votes upon the question ordered submitted to wit Wheth er or not spirituous vinous or mult- liquors should be sold bartered loaned or trafficked in within said Etnaville voting precinct and it ap paring 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 of 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 been performed nor any election held it is now ordered and directed that said election he held in said Ktnaville voting precinct on the first lay of August 1905 for the purpose of taking the some of the legal votes in saidfEt naville voting precinct upon the question whether or not spirituous sohllhartelIwithin said voting precinct and the i Clerkof this court is directed to prepare poll book and ballots for said purpose and perform such oth wr duties as the law requires in such cases and the Sheriff of Ohio coin ty is directed to advertise said elec tier for at least two weeks just pray or to date ofelection in sonic week Iy 01 daily newspaper published in Ohio county and upon said date August 1105 to open a poll at the voting place in said Ktnaville voting precinct for the purpose of holding said election The election oflicers appointed will upon said date hold said election as required by law and this proceeding is continued A copy attest 11 SRA lANt Clerk By U G RAULAND D C Pursuant to the foregoing order and judgment of the Ohio County Court I will on Tuesday August 1 1905 cause a poll to he opened as and in the manner required by law at the voting place in Etnaville vot j ing precinct Ohio countyKentucky 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 precinct Ohio county Kentucky Given under my hand as Sheriff of Ohio county Kentucky this the 14th day of July 1905 CAL P KEOWN S Q C IHenry Wattrsons Letters from EuropeWill I I A Leading Feature ofT- heCourierJournal During 1905 There will br many other Attractive departments allllIln ln iiike n caul I I te Newaplt pt r Mall pdtar Dally Cmlrlcr Journal 1 Yr 6 Daily and Sunday I Yr H Weekly 1 Yr I COtRIFSRJuURNAl COMPANY I10UISHlH KY j By a Special ArraiiKeiut you can Ret the HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Htlll the WKLY COURIERJOURNAL hot Ii Otto your for only 150 Th s Is for cash ntibxcilptlnrm only All NU crlbriti under thin comblna lion nfler must be sent through TitK RKltHUCAN u0i- crSubscribe for THE HA ItIrltl HEPUISLI CAN tiIO0 per 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sny so We connect with ill In ilutcuIllmc11Hartford ly- t r JUST OUT Every man is entitled tu u square deal IKKSIDKNT UOOSKVKITMy Own StoryB- y Caleb PowersThis book is a calm dispassionate account from the stand point of the man most interested of the conditions in Kentucky leading to the assassination of William Goebeland of Powers indictment and conviction on the charge of com plicity in his murder It covers his youth in the mountains of Kentucky the conventions of 18W the election the shooting of Goebel the arrest the three trials and the prison life For dramatic situations human interest and political importance the case of Caleb Towels is unequaled Matty Illustrations from Photographs of Actual Scenes Connected with the Tragedy I2mo Cloth Ornamental Cover At All Booksellers r IBO PoMtpiilcl front PuljllMlicrn MU lOWERS HAS A SUBSTANTIAL CASH INTEREST IN EVERY COPY SOLO OF MY OWN STORY f The BobbsMerrill Co Pubis Hers Indianapolis Clarence Keown Local Agent Hartford Ky 411 OUR 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2HCbtAny mule or model you want at onethird usual price Cltolco of standard tires aud beat equipment on all our bicycles Strongest guarantee Wo SHIP ON APPROVAL C O D to anyone tflttiuut t cent deposit and allow f0 DAYS F R E E TRIAL beforo purchaso is binding 8takentngag as newr FAOUUTires I equipment tundrlei and spurting eoodi ot oil kind at halt regular price In our bit Irce Sundry dialogue Contains a world ol useful Information for It PUNOTUREPROOF TIRES Rogular prloo 850 per pair 5weSYouPair for Only OUT WONT THEAIR LET NO MORE TROUBLE from PUNCTURES Result of 15 years experlencofn the making I No danfjor from THORlISiJOAOTUS PINS NAILS on punctures liko intentional knife cuts can bo liko any other tire s4iPER I I EASY RIDING STRONG f DURABLE SELF HEALING FULLY COVERED by PATENTS BEWARE OF IMITATIONS I Send for Catalogue T ihcwln all ktnd and ranUe of tires at too pair and also CoastcrUrakes Jlulltun Wiivcla and UlcyclesSuiidrlos at Half the uwal0rlcoNotice the tlilak r fiber tread A and nuncture strips BandU This Urn will outlast an other makoSOIL Elastic and Ea aiding Wu will ehlD C00 ON APPROVAL drponLWe Bit tlicrobr making tho price U5O per pairi if TOUI tend full cash with order Tires to bo returned at our expense If not f on examination v MEAD CYCLE CO Dept I JL CHICAGO ILL I I IoI t 1 MAN AND MONKEY Drown Easily Becauce the Pecu liar Physique Makes Them Marks KllllKlK I Itv lmmill J If half the people who knew how to swim knew the proper way to rescue a drowning person there would 10 very few fatalities fromthat cause said Charles Fitzgerald an expert swimmer performing at for est park Man and monkey by reason of their peculiar physical construction are the two animals in the world that will most readily suc cumb if thrown into deep water Nearly all other fourlimbed animals as soon as they find themselves in water workout their own salvation by striking out for till nearest shore This is made possible by the fact that every other fourlimbed animal is incapable of raising its fore members above its head Roth man and monkey can and invariably do so thereby forcing their bodies beneath the surface and giving their near relatives cause for sorrow They always grasp for the prey erbial straw and that is the cause of their undoing If a person finding himself suddenly projected into the water would have presence of mind enough to keep his hands at his side a swimmer would have hardly any trouble towing him ashore There is an old saying that a drowning person will catch hold of a person attempting to rescue him and hold on even after death That is all nonsense I will let any drawning person catch tiny way he wants to I simply take a long breath throw my hands above my head and both of us will sink Then he immediately releases his hold and starts prq pellinghimself to the surface again Then he would be very nearly exhausted and there is nothing to it Make a crotch with either of your a arms and slip it under his chin drawing just his face and nostrils out of the water Your elbow will keep the water from dashing in his Face That leaves you both feet and one hand to swim with and as he is floating and seems that he is safe it is an easy matter then to paddle to shoreContinuing Fitzgerald saidr There are several yarns attached to rescuing people from water Swimmers if asked what they would do if a person started to strangle land caught hold of them frequently answer that they knocked them out Now in the first place it is impossi ble to hit a person in a vulnerable spot when only the tip of his nose or the top of his head shows above the water Secondly you cannot steady your self in the water to deliver a lard enough blow to knock a person out You would only jeopardize I what little chance you had of saving him by knocking him over sideways and sending him to the bottom You have no doubt heard some times or another that the way certain par ties learned to swim was by being pushed into deep water by their big gangIclothand it will be well not to teach swimming in that way un mh I READ THIS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis 110t Dear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Dis a cover for kidney and bladder trou ble I weighed 150 pounds when I began using it today I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully j recommend it to the public Respectfully i JOHN A RIDDLE j A TEXAS WONDER I f itHallsney and bladder tdubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sion weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men andl women Regulates bladder trouble If onlreceipt selldommentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer PO box 629 office 2931 Olivo Street St Louis Mo less you court death at the end of a rope Billious Rill was agitated And was much debilitated People said he had consumption That was everyones presumption When we Icarmd what was the mat- tel lull made all the doctors scatter Now he is his own adviserISwears by Little Early Risers Sold by Wayne Griffin Bro druggists m HairRaisin Husband I feel in the mood for reading something sensational and startling something that will fair ly make my hair stand on end Wife Well here is my last dressmakers bill Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Cataarh Cure FJ Cheney Co Toledo OhioWe the undersigned have known F1 Cheney for the last 15 years and believed him perfectly honorable in all business transactions financi ally alrleto carry out any obligations made by his firm- Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the bloodi and mucuous surface of the sysem Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m Snake and Toad Fight lllrinlnRliHm xewsl The following snake story was told to the writer in all candor ten relat er vouching that he saw the incident Last Saturday afternoon I was out on one of the seats in North Birmingham Park when all at once as though they had dropped from the skies there appeared before me snake and a toad They were boat appearentlyexcitedand from appearances were engaged in mortal combat At times the snake wouldrear up right on end the toad hanging on to his jaw It was evident that the toad could not do anything as the snake had it fast in its mouth and the snake on the other hand appeared to have more than it could manage It seemed and I found this afterward to be the case that the snake had attempted to swallow the toad but that it was unable to so for some reason or other and there they were The toadseemed to be a fullsized one wool the snake was fully a yard and a half long They finally both stopped I suppose from exhaustion Being curious I went out there again at night and there they both weredead The snake was stretched out at full length with the toad sticking out of its jaws s declared it was a funny incident and one that will scarcely be credit ed but it was true every word of it 1 c L gTORTABe- ars meihi Klad Y J Have Always Bout spa TUt A Panaca Last fall an Englishwoman of let anIWestern Massachusetts While they were driving one afternoon they had the misfortune to meet the omnipre sent automobile at a sharp turn of road The horses beingspirited shield dashing the carriage against tree and throwing its occupants out into the road The Englishwoman picked herself up uninjured but was Horrified totsee her aged hostess lying on the groundunconscious Running ton nearby farmhouse she knocked for some time before she finally succeeded in a sunbonneted woman to the doorIA lad has been hurtthrown roth a carriage She is lying down in the road Can you give me whisky for her cried the visitor in breathless anxiety Well no we dont never keep noAwhiskey said the natureborn after 1likeKeeps him nnndyItHefWho is that severe looking p party that is shadowing Miss Passay Ib e he a private detective SheNo he is a minister She says three men hove slipped through her fingers in the last year and the next one that propr ses is going tpbe nailed on the spot 1i War I II CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Cough Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by druggists STRONG kid r du Again Is what Mrs Lucy StovallofriItonQa said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia J Cure Hundred I of otherwea- women are reII edy may be well if will take it I rndiutloncaus 1 nearly all the sickness that wome have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women tuffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that maybe eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risin belchif12heartbum and all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat UlUatgnn Wut you LkIDIA I Unlit 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In eaehtuonth Slieiou SrvlcM E Church Month Service third Sunday inch month at U a m and 7pm and lOCO id Sunday at 7 p m Irayer meeting every Wednti day evening neT WTMlller Pastor llapttst Church Services held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Hnnday night Prayer inciting every Thursday evening 11evJII ilurnett pastor C P Churth Service lint Sunday In each month at 11 am and 7 p m Rev J D liar nod pastor School Trustees Hartford Jut P Miller J Glenn 8 T Stevens 1111 llocker J II II Carson Jon C lllley City Council Itowan llolbrook Mayor H A Anderson Clerk Dr SJ Wedding W 8 Tins eyA CTaylor M I IleavrtnT J Morton ToniKllmen Scrt CocitaA O U iv meets lint end third Friday nights In ouch month Hartford LodFeNoe7a Ft A Masons Grit Monday night In each month Hartford Tent So UV Knlahtsot tha Mama breevery Thursday nigh t- Hough Itlver Lodge No 110 Knight of Pythla meets every Tiesday night i Proton Morton Post No 4 0 A n hold reI nlar meetings Saturday beforeflrstSunday In pack month Promptly obtained or no fee write toraar- CONFIDENTIAL LETTER before obtain PATENTS THAT PAY and help inventors to success photo or aketchandweeeadI- MMEDIATI FREE REPORT ON PAT RegisteredQI at 605B07 7th St WASHINGTON D C Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands t along the line of the IRON- MOUNTAIN ROUTEaIn Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS freeThrough PuIImansleeng chair ran UomeneeKer Excursions first and third TuesdatSof each month Descriptive napsp mphles folders see en application H C TOWNSCIfD ksyP + uraadltLr I TO MATTHEWS inning PWCIpAfdo roCI1TMY n Vegetable liver pills That is what they are They cure constipation biliousness sickheadache 1 owlirCMar BUCKINGHAMS DYE ear res III 9auusars OL r eLL5 uLsalmalea- ve 7yruf 45 I I 0 Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 28 I ST PATRICKS DAY IN JAPAN FInding of the Christians a No tablo Feast in the Church of Mikados Islands It is u little known fart among those who have watched St- 1atrieks day celebrated with jwnip and drcumstames that in Jar off Japan tin I T th of March is celebrated as a great feast tiny by fbi Catholic church The day is known MS the Feast of the Finding of the Christians Tin traits of valor anti loyalty that the world huH recently dis covered in Japanese character tit very well with the remarkable story of faith told in the annals of the church in Japan This feast lily is celebrated in Jionor of 50011 Japanese Chris flans who on the reopening of the country to missionaries March 37 1803 were discovered to have Jiept the faith unsullied though Absolutely isolated for three cell turies since 1540 WhlII1110lC thou 3000 Augustinian Dominicans Franciscans and lemmas together with 200000 native Christians muttered martyrdom anti the faith preached by St Frauds Xavier jvas apparently stooped outIJt is significant of character that when St Francis Xavier left in IM i hen possessed iiIlOIIII1IIOIlIItll1 lie wrote So Japanese nation is the single and only nation of them nil which Heems likely to preserve unshaken send forever the profession thristian ludiness if once it 11111 traces it At this time theannals of Chris pl11allllltlUll Mikado Hideyoshi who otherwise was a splendid ruler ordered all Christians out of Japan in 21 days On February ll 2Jap nnese Christians were rucilled ii t Nagasaki Ibis persecution only seemed io inllame the peoples faith and woon almost 2010000 Christians1 figured among the population of Japan 1nder the next emperor Vipasm front hill to 1540 the very name of Christians seemed to b wiped from the land 40000 Christians luring anissar red at one UmlIXearly 200 yeats afterward aI Japanese junk was wrecked on the shows of the 1hilippines and the Ui Japanese survivors were found to be wearing Christian medals which they reverenced lIt i proved to have 111111111111 hWc1l1nI jiroperly instructed his their par rats who in turn luau descended from the early Christians The next 1111 l s2 mission nriea iitllltlItJr undent Held Itut they were not allowed to talk Christianity to natives unlit a Church was built on I he site of the Nagasaki martrydom in ISlift and that favor was grunted through political pressure by America i France England and other na tionsOn March 17 1fii the feast of IhP Finding of the Christians had its inception On that date 15 Japanese entered the church and kneeling down proclaimed that they were of the same faith having celebrated Christmas all through the years of isolation and prayed to Deous Sama Jesus Christ Santa Maria Sama tIll JJlessed Virgin IIlIelO Yaso Samann yo fa the foster Nuttier of Jesus St Joseph During the nwxt month 7000 steadfast Christians revealed Tlieraselves mud the next yeas a Papal brief decreed that the al anost miraculous trim of March 17 lSliii should be celebrated as si feast undei the tithe1Jie Find ing of the Christians Ceylon Justice In a Ceylon newspaper appeal The following ill of police court news A villager of lodandnwa appeared before Mr Constantinr today to iuitver to a charge of iossetfsing a cow of a dangcrouri and vicious disposition Mr 0 A iurs T the complainant gave evi tW and drtuili d instaulas that a IH imrsiied by te animal I ml i ir hrs bike through the J uia Tin animal was a greul- ustmsger to cyclists The nutgis rnto 0rdwsmlthr7aninuilknu shot the village headman being requested to see that this was eau tied out Noisy Show Quiteappropriately the theater of Will is devoted to blood and thunder ltforII1I1I1ltIllIcl Clothed the Portrait A half length portrait of tlu German empress occupied a prom j inert place in a Catholic boys school in the Ermeland district of eastern Prussia Recently the chaplain happened to look closely at the picture and was horrified to tlnd that her majesty was deco fete A oral house painter pro vided a chaste covering of lace for her majestys perk whereupon the picture was permitted to be reining in the schoolroom incident is now forming the Hu feet of an investigation by the Ger man minister of education who considers it a gross insult to the empress to assume that hay t3 tune of her could be Improper Helping to Locate It Hcuhiim I wonder where I left my umbrella Mrs Hcnham Heres a direr tory dear with a list of saloons in itJudgeM- OTHER KNEW WHAT TO DO Old Lady Tells Remedy for Wee Mon keys Ailment and Parent Ape Follows Directions Mamma Mamma is the most familiar cry at the Xew York Zoological park these days says the New York World There are counting all noses upward of 101 babies These number the ducks chickens monkeys wolves buffalo I CIYIlhlIlIcry for Mauima in some of these nurseries An old lady with the air of a martyr walked through the park with her daugh ter who was evidently a college I girl for she wore specs anti talked in U superior WilY about Darwin sued They JIuxllIand there came across the babel of simian tall the clear squeaky cry of Use baby green monkey horn a week ago Hello said the old lady Whose baby is that crying It is 111 shame to bring a baby into thi 11111Iwas cage the green monkey This simian seldom breeds in captivity and this green monkey is a curiosity ItIj land sobbed while its little stow mph was convulsed with spasms which the kind old lady outside I the cage undei stood at once The poor little thing It haa the stomach ache she said I should rid its stomach if it wu Ni mini unit IlId just then to her utter litItonishment the wiselooking mamma green monkey took tit baby on her knee and began gently to massage its stomach now out then patting the little one on tit buck and then trotting it up and down The old lady looked on in consternation Daughter she exclaimed Thats the humanest baby I ever sa WlIllcI its mother time human est animal tint ever was BEES SAVED THEIR CLOVER Facts Which Go to Prove That Scientific Farming Is Truly a Success A clerk in the department of agriculture says So you think that scientific farming is a bluff You demand some illustrations of time good that is accomplished by the scien tific method Very well When clover was fist intro lured into Australia it grew there beautifully hut it never seded The soil was all right The climate wa+ all right What thou was the trouble A scientist studied the matter and this is what he found Me found that the native Aus I ral lam bees had tongues too short to reach the clovers pollenform ing organs lihese organs in red clover are hidden deeply in the heart of the tubelike petals rand they emits only be fertilized by tin fug tongued bumblebee If red lover is not visited by bumble tees who bear the golden pollen Jr IIffrQII Qne bio sot t J other it never etsIt capnot be grown The scientist aware of the fart soon put his linger on the barren Australia clovers trouble He imported a lot of longtongued bumble bees these bees flour shed and Immediately Australi an clover which had promised to be a failure became one of thee countrys richest mud finest crops ANTS BUILD GOOD ROADS They Are as Smooth as If Cemented from End to EndGreatestC- onstructors on Earth The greatest road bliilders in the world are a species of red ants found in South America In build lug a road they carry minute par tides of day with which they line mill the roads as well as the gapers tillhas by ii master mastm Some idea of theirs number can be formed when it is remembered that the whole of lxrhatpsenearly half a mill long is densely thronged with a multitude going out empty and coming hack with their umbrellalike burdens while thousands upon thousands swarm in the doomed tree That this vast army is under time best discipline can be proved bj watching them only a few mo ments Tit drivers are constant ly running up mind down giving their orders to the workers which they do by touching heads for a moment The individual touched will stop urn back 10I forward or show in some such way tint he is following some com mand Hut a better proof of the discipline IN found in the fact that when the army meets with an ob starve such asa log or large stone there is a jam of mints on both sides soul they run about in dismay mend disorder Instantly the drivers hurry up showing the greatest ex citement mind run over around and under the ini cdimcnt to find till best way out of the dufllculty When they have decided they lead properIthis step the workers make no at tempt to pass the obstacle When a selection of a level piece of ground has been made a per jMndicular shaft some right inch diameter and six or seven- i jfllt deep is formed This is for drainage and ventilation never for ingress or egress If tit ground sloNs tin shaft is horizon tai the mouth of course lying at the bottom of the hill From the perpendicular shaft commencing III the had toul ladlllhnlllllel- like the spokes of a whwl set at a slight angle At the end of each writs of galleries spokes a circa lar gallery is made forming as it were a set of wheels one above the other In or rather shove these circular galleries the nests or dwelling places are con Ptructcd These sue oval in shape 1mud about a foot long The nar row end of the oval is downward aid opens into the roof of the gals levy and as the spokes always idtpe slightly toward the shaft no tropical rains no matter how heavy run enter the homes and breeding places of the mints NO FOOD FOR ELEVEN DAYS Blind Indian Falls Into Mine Shaft and Subsists Until Friends Rescue Him Maci y Hall a blind 31 aloe In dian living three miles northwest of Seneca fell into an abandoned mining shaft about id feet deep over which bVush had peen heuped Eleven days later Hall was res cued There must hive been con Nit tIuhlc water III the shaft says the Hustler as the Indian de dares he never struck bottom It serums that in some way when he arose to the surface of tin wa ter he caught on to something long enough to keep from drown hug mod had dug a hole in the side of the shaft with his hands large enough to crawl into and there he had remained the entire 11 days without food of any kind A rope was lowered to him and he placed the noose around his hmodv maid was pulled out He seemed none the worst for his fasting as lie was able to walk home about half u mile Sam Lawyer humid been out hunting for the missing man and his dugs passing the shaft hoard the Indians making queer sounds peculiar to his tribe and set up n howl Sam looked into the shaft lint eouleQ o OW s 31nc oooo oooo The PlaceMcHenry The TimeNow The HouseBrown Mer Co I Tile House With 1111d Honest Prices i ILawII tOe reduced to Sc Linvns 12ic reduced to lOc Lawns Tie reduced to Go Lawns 15c reduced to l2ic Ciingluuns tOe reduced to Sic Ginghams 12ic reduced to lOJe I Jingliatns lie reduced to Tic Poreals lOc reduced to So Shirting Cheviot 10u reduced to Sic Calico fie- Chainbray tOe reduced to Sic Lace Curtains 125 reduced to SlOU Lace Curtains HOc reduced to 70c Lace Curtains HOt reduced to 50e Quilts 150 reduced to 125 Cottonade 12ic reduced to HK Best heavy Jap Matting 2K Sugar HUh 100 these prices with what are now paying seo if it would not 82 to us visit want your for we highest W market prices in let save nionoy Brown Mercantile Coj s- g INCORPORATED g McHenry Kentucky burrowed deep enough to bf en tirely out of sight but he heard him mold secured the of lien Lawyer and Tom Welsh and they rescued the imprisoned man The Morning After Durst till hell boyIn this u foundry Hell ItuyNo sir this is a That thumping you hear Is on the inside of your head Detroit Free Press FARM FOR ITALIANS Baron Flnnrhes Advises His rr to Leave Cities antIITAke Up Plow j Huron Kdmondo Slayer DCS IManches ambassador frown Italy to the United Status who is minks hug a tour of the southern states stopped in St Louis a few davs ago and in the course of an ads j advised the Italians who come to this country to take up farming The Italian immigrant I from the shores of Italy into New first because nearly all the ships at that said Huron des Planches He is ucated usually and has but money III has paid his passage He begins Imme din tel lend takes up anything his hands find to do Sometimes he to blacking boots or push ing a banana curt The pay is small und he has opportu of improving his His children are brought up in the streets and they follow in fathers footsteps Occasionally an Italian will money to get to some other ity I What I desire is to induce gilltnare wanted especially in the south S There is a great oppor tunity for Italians in truck farm log fruit raising and general ag i riculture in the south is cheap and may be Obtained and paid for in a few The itn migrant who goes to the country n chance to send his children to school lie learns the customs the people the quicker and thereby becomes a better citizen It hits been Said that 1 am seeking to promote This is not so My desire is to have ray who seek the I II Lard Swifts Ilest lie Best patent Flour 7nc per suck IBest patent Flour X100 per barrel Meal 75c per bushel Best Uaeon 1010ic per pound + Goods 5 for 2nc All other at similar prices Allof our immense of 8 Mats Shoes Slippers are going at a sam lico Suit 150 4750 to 1500 4 5 Hats Straw or KduDrcAsy 5c to Shoes Ladies and ientleniens 110cY 125 to Slippers Ladies Gentlemens 0Oc S100 125 to 500 Compare and pay make a We produce which pay the Get line and us you 4 5 WI help hotel LIFE Country dress fresh gets York enter port mined little after work gets little nity mind their huvecnough Land years finds of of UnitedStates immigration fellow countrymen Van groceries line Clothing and 500 loodsfrom 150 100 500 mutt you you u Photography for th- eAMATEURat Half its Former Cost American JR CAMERAWith Plate Holder t 1 V Our facilities enable us to furnishcameras of the highest grade at prices which cannot be met Send for illustrated catalogue telling all about our 27 styles and sizes Free MFG CO 946 St Paul St N zens for the United States I want them to have respect for the laws and in other sways so conduct themsekes that they may reap the groat advantages offered in this country I advise all Italians touting here to become Americans as soon as possible andto do as the Americans do In this way I feel that they will not be looked down upon Some day when ham dead some of them may think of the time that des Planches sent themto and they may r The famou- sPocu BuckEye andAmerican CamerasGenuinely in 1 every detail Film or Plates as you choose d Absolutely new models 480 Io I 4x5 POCO AMERICAN CAMERA Rochester Y + j thecountry give him thanks That is all tho credit I expect to get out of ih yra 250000 Tons at a Single Blast A monster Blast has been car vied through at Honawe near Obau A 70 foot shaft was made then a charge of 24000 pounds of gunpowder was placed in position and fired by electricity A mass I of rockl6 feet high by 260 feet In weightI dnt250jQOO tone I A J rwJJ