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Ytjc tartfori tp1tblictn Fine Job Work a SpecialtyIPIT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year n I VOLXVIIL HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 4 1905 No3 II BIpOURTSHIP if JohnG Wells Married Ten Days After Wife Died Mary Girten the Bride Pellvill neighbors Make Protests ila Vain k tOwoDilxiro UMMiirtr Ten days ago John G Wells buried his wife Mary Girten nursed her during n long illness Yesterday Wells and Mary Girten came t Owensboro from their homes near 1ellville and were married Seldom has such a couple entered y1the court house Wells is probably 3over sixty years of age and in a way has seen much of the world The womanhardly a woman though she does not appear to be over seventeen years old had never been to any larger town than her native village of Pellville She was ner vous and excited anxious to getaway from the bustle and noise of the city and back to the quiet of her country hjyne She expressed the hope that silo would never again have to came to Owensboro because there was too much noise The couple had trouble in getting license Several persons from the Pellville neighborhood had telephoned the county clerks office protesting against one being issued They said that the girl was not twenty one old and that there were ether reasons the marriage should not bo allowed to take place oJ Hut the girl madentlidivit that she was twentyone years of age Still there was a hitch The clerical force in the office appeared disposed to dis courage the attempt oiutinM4iarU f the old man and the girl to get a lit eny Wells had not secured a bondsman and there was no effort to help him find one Y Fitfully the old widower of ten days landingsucceedeil in finding a man who would sign the bond Every requirement of the law had been omplied with and Deputy Clerk lames Weir issued the license The diiplf went to the olficc of Justice Hodman and the ceremony was said When the Knottsvilk stage pulled jut they were among the passengers m the way to their home Mr John B Foster Dead Mr John B Foster died at his home in Hartford at 1210 oclock last Friday afternoon after a brief illness of dysentery or consumption of tin bowels Funeral servicescon dueled by Rev 11 D Bennett assist ed by RevsW T Miller and G J Bean were held at the Methodist church here the following day atI 2 oclock after which interment took place at Mill cemetery Nocreek A large crowd of relatives and friends of the deceased and family attested their kindly reniemberence by attending the funeral and burial rites tIC Mr Fosters death was very unexpected to most every one He arrived from Louisville Tuesday quite ill but not thought to be seriously so He grew coutinuously worse howev er and all that medical skill and loving hands could do was of no avail flU REPUBLICAN extends condolence R to the bereaved family and other relatives Y M C A Chat The folowing strong and sticking editorial from the pen of the editor of the Express at Batrice Neb recently appeared To the Young Mens Christian Association credit should be given for the most practi dal work ever done by any church auxiliary organization There is nothing intemperate about its methods no bickering with sinand Vy tdrunkenness no foolishness hysterics or whims It believed in doing Christian work In a business like vay and it applies it benefit nil manner calculated to excite admira tion end respect The railrbad corporations recognize the help to 11presencef they encouriage theword Weare L 5 glad to note the progress of the As I sociation in Ohio county It teaches clean bodies clean thoughts clear right living and directs and expands the spiritual natures of young men We never believed in unwashed ant physically miserable Christians am churches that fail to teach the beau ties of cleanliness and the necessity oi hygienic living as dow the Y M C A is guilty of a real and eviden t sin of omission The county com mittee composed of twentyone ci Ohio county beet men and the l county Secretary Richard Sidenius are willing to help to organize a de theobetterment of the young men our beloved county R S Operators Wanted Write now for our Telegraph Cata log Graduates secure positions Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky 4 KICKED TO DEATH Was Will Thomas in Han cock Coun ty Hawesville Ky July 3hNews of a horrible murder which occurred at the sandstone quarries eight miles above here reached this place today William Thomas foreman of the quarries and Jim Pate a workman became involved in a quarrel and Pate knocked Thomas down He then kicked the prostrate man until he was dead his face being bruised and several ribs being crushed in- Further than this the partic ulars have not been learned As soon as the killing occurred Pate left and has not been captured though the officers left to hunt for him as soon as thejnews was received There is no telephone at the quarries and the information was not receiv ed for some time after the occur rence Both of the men are white and have been employed at the quarries for some time though neither is known here The quarry is locted near the Fawcetts cut about two miles below Cloverport though in this county To Enforce Cigarette Law The county Board of Health have ordered a strict enforcement ofi section 1277 Kentucky Statues which provides as follows It shall be unlawful for any person to sell or furnish to any person under the age of eighteen years any cigarette material or to give sell or barter the same to any person whomsoever with the knowledge that the same is to be given pr sold or bartered to any such child or to persuade advise counselor cornj pet any child under said age to smoke the same Any person who violates the provisions of this sections shall be guilty of a misdemeaner and upon conviction therefor shall be fined not less than five nor more than twentyfive dollars orcnprisonment in the county jail not exceeding thirty days pr both so fined and im prisonedSULPHUR SPRINGS Aug 2Mrs Annie Ehret who has been visiting friends and relatives here returned to her home in Boonville Ind Sunday Misses Minnie Wedding and Effie Mitchell attended meeting at Mar vtns Chapel Sunday Louis Bickle and family Evans ville Ind who has been visiting here returned home Sunday Miss Corn Magan is visiting Mrs Annie Ehret Boonville Ind hiss Maggie Wedding was the guest of Miss Cliffie Acton Sunday Tom Miller Magan was in our vi cinity SundayjMiss Lula Johnston Louisville is visiting her father I D Johns tonMrs C R Crowe mId daughter who have been visiting friends and relatives here for the past week returned to their home in Sturgis Sat I1 Miss Artie Duff is visiting her sis1 1 tel Mrs Ida Godsey Shreve I ONE KILLED ONE WOUNDED Hay1liLast Saturday nightI coloretto a picnic held in the afternoon to give a dance at the U B F Hall hundredljust began 7vhn 9m2 vI th2 oYIi who had inbibed tdO freely of nrt water entered the Hull and under took to assume management ofof fairs in rather bolstrous way Buck Barrett seemed to be master of cer emonies and attempted to quiet the noisy parties but they refused to become quiet Ab Lawrence took the request to be quiet an insult and drew his revolver Buck went him one betteY and drew two A valley of shots rang out and when thesmoke cleared away and the fright of the crowd somewhat subsided Dee Jackson was found dead on the floor a ball having penetrated the front and upper part of his headand Ab Lawrence was wounded a ball having entered the upper part of his kit breast ranging towards the shoulderAs as the shooting was OVer the Barrett negro jumped out of the window and ran down to Hartford and surrendered to the authorities and was lodged in jail where he remained until Tuesday afternoon when he was released on bond It is not clearly known who fired the shot that killed the Jackson negro as no one seems to have been shooting athimLawrence was attended by Dr E B Pendleton in a few minutes after being shot and at blot account was recovering A Handsome Catalog and Illus trated Journal Free The Bowling Green business Uni versity and Southern Normal School will mail free to those requesting it a handsome Catalog and illustrated Journal Write postal card or letter stating course desired Address H II Cherry President Bowling Green Ky Notice On August 10 1005 at my alike Hartford I will hold n competa tive examination to select a benefici aIry to the State College Applicants will have to pass an examination in Grammer Arithmetic Geography U S History and Spelling There is only one vacancy in this depart ment and only those who can imme diately enter the college should take the examination On December 16 1905 I will hold another such exam- Ination to select four beneficiaries to the normal department of the same institutionFor detailed information related to the appointments address Pres Patterson nt Lexington or call on me JAMES 11 DEVKESE S C S Ohio Co BUFORD Aug 2Mrs R L Paris and Miss Eva Hackett visited her parents in Livermore Friday returning SundaySam Holbrook and wife visited her mother Mrs Misouri King of Ashbyburg last week Mrs Mary Bell visited her sister Mrs A R Pirtle and brother J B Rowan of Helm last week Miss Dee Roach of Sutherland Station is visiting her sister Mrs Kirkat this place Mr Gray and family of Daviess county have moved in the red frontI James Nelson an old soldier formerly of this place died of dropsy in Owensboro Monday and was buried at Barnetts Creek Tuesday Mrs Whaland son and daughter of Owensboro attended the burial ofI her daugbter in law Mrs Charley Whaland here yesterday Died at the home of her parents Hr and Mrs R R Cundiflf MrsI Minnie Whayland Monday July 30I It 05 age 24 years 4 months and 22 days professed faith in Christ and united with the Baptist at MtCarmel when quiet young lived and died a true Christian Pleading with aUto meet her in heaven her last words were I am with JesusIRev ChesterStevens of Hartford will preach hero Sunday PLEASANT GROVE Aug lThe meeting at M F church is progressing nicely with Rev Knewkirk in charge Mr Carl Bradley and sister Conny I attended meeting atgnrod Sunday Urn Mask Ilradleywas the guest of her daughter MM Birt Weeks last week Ora Mefford has been visiting friends in Russellville for the past two weeks She will cometo Dun more on Aug 3 where she will spend the rest of the summer Miss Commy Bradley will start for Bowling Green on Aug 10 where she will enter school at Cherry Bros College Mr J R Mefford was in Green ville last Friday on business Mrs Delaine Mefford was the guest of Mrs Manda Allen Sunday I Mrs Sam Allen is suffering from the efTects of asnake bite Miss Mila Cox has been the guest of leer aunt at Paradise for the past 0 A Mefford was the guest of Andy Mefford Saturday and Sun day I Fire at Livermor- eAA destructive fire occurred at I Wedne1daephone exchange the Post Office Thomasons Hardware Store Mrs I Bennetts grocery Goodmans livery I stable and horses were destroyed frothing whatever being saved I and the night operator at the tele phone office narrowly escaping the flames There is no clue as to the origin of the fire and no one seems to be able to tell exactly where it started The oss is about 10000 i 1 OAS1OnXABean teeids Kind You Kite Always Bought BIglll11llO d401 THE RICH NEED PERUNAe fm Geo AKugles 1 IPeruna Is the Medicine for ManGoo A Hughes dUferentphaI In 1eIThat tired wornout feeling in nine eases out of ten Is due to a catarrhal condition of the mucous membranes It in n Mr Quo A Hughes 608 Mass Ave writes Peruna has done me more good than anything have ever taken I am years old now and feel good I did twenty I was very thin and run but Peruna meted just right case I am a end sometimes need a tonic Peruna the medicine for a HughesIA Congressman Uses Peruna In Family mI HonThos J Henderson Member Congress from Illinois and Lieutenant yearsIfollowsi my family with the very best results and I take pleasure recommending your ble remedy my friends a tonic and effective cure for catarrh Thou J Henderson Parana cleanses the mucous mess branos and cures the catarrh wherever I located Lawns reduced to So Lawjis 12e reduced to Lawns If reduced to nc Lawns to 12ic Ginghams reduced to Sic Ginghams 12Jc reduced to lOic Ginghams Oc reduced to 5u Percals lOc reduced to 8c Shirting Cheviot reduced to 8ic Calico 5c I j reduced to Sic Lace Curtains 125 reduced to 100 Lace SOc reduced to 70c Laco Curtains GOc reduced to 50c I Quilts 150 reduced to 125 Cottonado reduced to Best heavy lap Matting Sugar 1 lUO AND THE POOR I1 17 Many Suffer With Catarrh and Know The Phase Catarrh Most Prevalent Summer is a Run Down Worn Out Condition Known as Systemic Catarrh i Indianapolis Ind I fortyfive as as at In carpenter Is of In In to as an 7 12icv Dont are no remedies for catarrh last IThere as 1eruna Accept no tutesA of= 10000 has been deposited in the Market Exchange Colum g bus Ohio as a guarantee that the testimonials are genuine that we hold in our possession authentic letters cent tying to the same During advertising we have never used in part or In whole a single spurious testi monialAddress Dr Hartman President of The Hartmnn Sanitarium Columbus Ohio All correspondence held trictljr couflU ul n 9 OS59s oosrGOS56 sOOOO OOOO SS 9 The PlaceMcHenry The TimeNow Co4IThe House With Values and Honest Prices lOc I 15creduccd JOe I lOe lOc Clwmbray lOc Curtains lOc 20f Oib of down valua substi Dank above many years Lard Swifts hest llc Best patent Flour 75c per sack Best patent Flour 600 per barrel 4 5 Meal 75p per bushel Best Bacon 1010ic per pound Can Goods 3 for 25c All other groceries at similar prices All of our immense line of Clothing Hats Shoes and Slippers ae going at a sacrifice Suits 500 650 750 te 1500 Hats Straw or FeltDressy Goodsfrom f- B5c to 150 Shoes Ladies and Gentlemens HOc 100 125 to 500 Slippers Ladies and Gentlemens HOc 100 125 to 500 Compare these prices with what you are now paying and see if it would not pay you to make us a visit We want your product for which wo pay the highest I lutu lotpticis Get in line and let us save you money BROWN MERCANTILE CO ClNCORPORATEQreJloaenry r- VVVVVV OOOOOOSS 5VPVV VV1ysVV47V ia 0 M iu ttl Yrt1lLth1v bd rv p rt I 4 Si OLD lifE AGAINI 2isn Patterson Again on Race CourseDrinks Champagne Woman Who Said She Would Re form Upon Leaving Jail Ap pears to Enjoy Notoriety Now York An jr 1 In sprite n iittadmonition of Recorder Goff t ltp away from her old life Nan HWorson after u little over two uticnths of freedonthus returned t ftlw race track When discharge fcgm jail she said she had put her add life behind her and was about tt Legin a new and better life fov her old seat behind the box ulresat in her seat the other day She arrived in a red auto with ar uc Kress She was dressed so that Hjer attire was remarked at ever iiurong those well dressed Toe Sloan the jockey was one of th mutt to go up and greet her A mar mn the lawn in front of the grand stand turned to look squarely a Nan She saw him but he did not BlOW and she did not smile The than was Leslie Cogjjins the book Brisker It was to this follower of the track that Nan wrote the fa mous cry baby letter which Prosecutor Rand introduced at the book maker Young murder trial The crowd gathered to stare at the wom tan and under the eyes of the watch ir3 she drew from a handbag a roll nf bills To the bowing gambler adze saidIWhats the price against Sly HUn Eight to five lady said the asm Nan figured a little while and then sails I guess Ill try about 10 worth She stood up all the while the race was going on and pouted in disappointment when Sly Ben did wti do better than second Na oeemed to enjoy the notoriety and Ae walked around the grand stand Iwfore she went to the dining roo where she imbibed several glasses of champagne After a dinner at the botul she was with a party of wfco occupied conspicnous box at swf garden and slit seemed to en joy the curiosity she aroused in th- eewd KB much as the show Poisons in Food Perhaps you dont realize that ttany pall poisons originate in you tuoA but sonic day you may feel a twinge of dyspepsia that will con vince you Dr Kings New life Pills jur guaranteed to cuiv all sickness due to poison of undersigned food T money buck lire at Z Wayne Gritlln tBra drug store Try Afcem Called Ills Dog Over Phone I left my dog accidentally at a friends home yesterday said ftxtltff lady My friend tried t ft him to run after me but h vuld not leave He plainly held tMt I would soon return that since I Mad gone without him I would come IlRCk inevitably for him and he wrurk to the room where I had IartI id from him feeling that it was his duty to do so finally my friend called me up of idle ttlCilhoneIYour dog wont go she said lib thinks you will he buck and w ewit drive him oat Hold him m to the phone HaidI j ifiiu hold him up Peter I said come homeJ TUJI wait ing at home rut you Come rtiaight home Peter good little jIJt Peter waggled JIM tail wriggled iown out of my friends arms and mt etc homeward like a flash of lightening tuthing and Cooling Time salve that heals withoutascar- DtWitts Witch hazel Salve No uwvody effects such speedy relief It 4raw out inflammations soothes u hand heals all cuts hums and fcnswes A sure cure for Piles and kin disease Uowitts is the only fntuiine Witch lIft c1 Salve Beware rf ciunterfoita they are Ml by L Wayne Griffin t1 HIOII No Proposal A y iing I s tt Iitirivtri = sivili I nmong- I on d1 rich manu t r fnt tak turlPJon matri monial squabbles said the eligible partI hold that the correct thing for the husband is to begin as he intends to go on Say that the question is one of smoking Almost immediate ly I would show my intentions bj lighting n cigar and settling the question forever And I would knock the thing out of your mouth cried the imperious beauty thfyoung man would be there Crave Trouble Foreseer It needs but litte foresight to tell livedr s ahead unless you take the proper medicine for your disease as Mrs John A Young of Clay N Y did esShesays I had neuralgia of the stomach heart was weakened and I coulcinot eat I was very bad for a long time but iii Electric bitters I found just what I needed for they quickly relieve and cured me Best medicine fore weak women Sold under guarantee by Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug- t gist at oOc a bottle- ANGORA COLLIES Are the Rarest Dogs Only Thre Being Known in This County tSrc York AfriM Although the dog aristocrats are supposed to have representation i the New York and Boston dogshows there is one species which is never represented because the species is so rare This is the Angore collie and there are only three of the dogs in this country Dr E C Switxer o Springfield Mass owns one of the animals and the other two are i Newburyport Mass 1The peculiar characteristic of the dog is that while it has all the marks of a typical collie it weighs abont moremwhich the collie ordinarlyweighs It has the feathering on the legs and in 1the ears and its head is broad am- a intelligent but here all resemblance to the wellknown breed ends for it is a dainty graceful dog with all the pretty ways of a small dog Dr Switzers dog is named Spider and her father and mother were brought to this country from Spain- r and taken to Newburyport and now the mother and her two children Toudie and Spider are the only reo presnitatives of the breed in this country Spider his sin unusually broad head big intelligent eyes with spots of brown around thorn brown markings on back and sides slender graceful legs and a coat which is gleaming white except for the marks of brown The little dog is evtremely affect makeso noito rights Although born in a warm country she shmds well the uncertainties of the New England climate and is per fectlv well in the coldest weather tripeta delicac of early fond Jumping is her especial witheease a an excellent watchdog and will bark uproariously at the slightest noise She is sensitive to a degree and grieves sorely over a cross or rough word Suggested Sermon HeThe minister preached a scathing discourse on the extrav agance of women She Yes and there his wife sat with a 817 hat on That was probably the cause of the sermon Agonizing Burns Are instantly relieved and perfectly healed by Bucklins Arnica Salve B Rivenbark Jr of Norfork Va writes I burnt my knee dreadfully that it blistered all over Buck tins Arnica Salve stopped the pain and healed it without a scar Also heals all wounds and sores Joe at Z Wayne Griffin S Bros druggist IA Womans Curiosity Blobbs Buggins wife says he is a model husband Slobbs Yes and he used to be such a good fellow tooS BURNING MOUNTAIN Suns Rays Start It Going Every Year and Indians Resort Taitt- lnrl II THur xe York Auinrliaii Since the discovery of gold in till Arbuckle Mountrins by prospectors from California and Colorado the Ar buckle Range near old Ft Arbuckle has been thoroughly explored and among the many curious freaks of nature none have attracted so much attention as Burning Mountain This old volcano frequently horns and the smoke can be seen from the highest mountain peaks for many miles away Passengers on the Santa Fe often notice large volumes of smoke oft to the left near Davit as they come from the north but few ever stop to ask about it In fact Burning Mountain has never been fully explored until toile re cently and the general public knows nothing of its history Old residents at the little town of Daugherty can relate wonderful stories about this mountain but they rarely speak of it to strangers Burning Mountain burns only about four months in the year It appears that the heat pf the sun causes the sulphur and asphaltum to ignite and it smolders and burns nilI during the summer months and the autumn it graduallg grows dim i and nearly goes out The spot is a thenrockribbed hills of the Arbuckle Mountains about nine miles southwest of Davis and about five miles from Daugherty on the west side of the Washita River The Indians have made Burning forfseveral generations Iy believed smoke from this old crat anynills flesh was heir to It way believed that to smell this smoke one would never have consumption and those who suffered from catarrh would find immediate relief and a permanent cure The fumes are deadly if taken more than a few min- I utes at a time and an old Indian relates how dome of his people many years ago dropped dead on the spot from inhaling this smoke In order to get within a few feet of the crater one must climb to the top of a rocky cliff some 200 feet and then descend over a rocky precipices down into the eratI er Once within this curious old vol cano one feels rather faint and if the Sulphur fumes happen to blow in your direction you will probably seek relief and shelter- It must not be assumed that Burn ing Mountain as it is locally called is actually ablazing furnace oractive crater such as those you read about in the South Sea Islands but oiily a smoldering mass of sulphur Geolo I gists have recently visited the place and report it as an old gas blowout giving as their opinion that at one tiiethegasaiidoil tIet brown out at hiluint and the asphaltum which nrv shows in great abundance is the heavier portions of oil and the std phur being a part of tin oilbeiring strataThe heat of the sun causes the as phaltum to melt anti run down into the old crater and the smoke begins to rise in great volumes This is aid to he the greatest phenomenon- in theentire country Scientists call it the Arbuckle freak and the local its is known throughout this section as the Wonderland of the fountains On the side of this burning moun tain is a most wonderful cave which has been only partly explored but a party is being made up to explore it A party of Davis business men found an underground river about 1000 feet beneath the surface filled with fish and it is the intention of the new party to catch some of these fish and bring them to the surface to learn whether or not they will live in cold water such as this river affords OA B XIR T4k Bean tht the Kind YM Hare Always Boittt BIgmtnie 11411 f p Thoroughly Sterilized i Aunt BethThey say his money is taintied I Edith Nonsense aunt I heard him say he had just cleaned up an i lecher million Kentucky Fair Dates j The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1905 as far as reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any ommissions or correction of datesHartford October l4 days Madisonville August 15 days Danville August 84 days Fern Creek August 15 4 dugs I Shepherdsville August 154 lags knwrenceburg ust 15d days I Vanceburg August 16 4 days GuthrieAugust 1i3 11a8IShelbyvllieAugust Springfield August 2a4 days NicholasvilleAugust 2t8 days Bardstown August 30d days Florence August 101 days Elizabethtown September 5idaysGlasgow j September Ii I days i Kentucky State Fair September 18I days- Henderson September 2i f days Falmouth September 27 4 days Owensboro October 10 5 days WHAT CROWNS ARE WORT- Hfhetightest of luropltUl crowns is the state crown of Great Britain which was made for Queen Victoria sixtysix ltllll ago Although it weighs only two pounds mood x+ en- ounces its value is 1500ODO Ono cnornmiw sapphire ciiinc from the signel of Kdnard the Confessor tragichistorypossossioii of one of the great kings of Granada whom Pedro the Cruel invited to his vuliux anti bite ly mur tiered through grtrd1or this gun In the trwwiire luiu are two crowns which lire ytliretlaT lroo 000 One of them wiw the gift of Naxlcon to Pius VII and onntnins the largest emerald in the world The outer the gift of Quotas Isabel la of Spain to Pius IX weighs three pounds and is worth 1000000 Philadelphia Ledger A Great Dm In Dungtr That great dam in the Nile river at Assunn w threatened with what may in time prove a grave danger This much is admitted by Sir Benja min Baker under whose general su ision the dam was constructed Tho water rules out of the sluices with tremendous force and dnhos like a mountain torrent over the rocks outside in which it has al ready worn great holes sometimes more than twenty feet dcp At present they arc fifteen yards or more from the foot of the wall but as they will almost certainly work toward it it is feared they mayat sunIMaryOneMinute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and 00oup I O 0 Q a CJ c muslo o o L U M BA car iljjlnat oud nrlvtilecl uslcal rilllunt 25tNrNY1N111 FOLLOWED HIS DIRECTIONS Doctors Instruction Are Adhered To and Still His Services WereIAgain Rendered Necessary What iiiitli lave you beets outing HrownV asks the doctor who hllll been called in the Chi cago Tribune Vhitt V groiuiH Hiown You IKIVC betii eating Summit i thing thai vjisiinineiitly unfitted rill vnur How IIMIIIVI tiiniM have I told von I tntlue your hill of fnro to fllIitllllllClIj CImlbles mind I Look here line If I hndnt followed vour nclcntilli1 Hiiggoi tlons I wouldnt him had to rush over here tonight First thing I ate scone apples mill berries and nuts mid niininn been IIH you said they were line to lngin the day I yeas still hungry so I tackled a grnpc fruit mid sonif curly nuitn loupe then souse oatmeal mind wheat mid other grain prepara tion for lunch I had spliniHi dandelion nut cutlets fruit salad i more liciTicH mid plenty of whole wheat bread then I thin evening mid ate pleullfuIlyt watermttHhiuimm applex niitu rpiiuidw call nibtiage potatoes I voiing onion lettuce radishes t cherricH toiiintnen mid nil the rest of the bloodcooling flesh making nervebuilding fruits und j just the onesyou have I HO constantly mind consistent recommended to me And now lint the doctor lost inthought was trying llgure out wliuf Hort of a diet to put the man on t Good as to Ordor And Taste j Barber I am trying a new kind of imported soap dont you think the order is excellent I Customer Fine The flavor is good too The ReasonINow why is it asked his father that we celebrate your birthday Willie I Because I wasnt twins I jlIeoI replied the Grand olumhia GBEST TALKING MACHINES MADE- Cylinder Machines 750 to Disc Machines 12 to 65 Tho Craphophono reproduces kinds porfootiy band violin vocal and Instrumental solos quartettes otc source amusomont nsplrlnj yNN111YNIsSIIIlas 1111111111I1x11nIr111n51N lnmaiedhy midnight according digestion vegetable pClletrlltill orchestra 111x1Ir111IINISa INN11ININ1N51111111111INN COLUMBIA Gold Moulded Cylinder RecordsSIx111N111SIXI1SIx POPULAR Cheap Excursion To Niagara Fats Thursday Aue 1905 VIAtt Big Four Route Only 1150 Routi Trr From Loulsy111d Toronto Oiitift iOnly 150 more than rate tor Niagara Falls IAlexnndliaBnyN Y Only 700 more than rate Niagara Falls Montreal Que Only 1065 more than rate Niagara Falls Stojwiver allowed Westfieldfur sidetrip Chautauoua Lake ITicklt good returning twelw days including date side Klcgait trains Pullman Sleeping Cars anal e Superb Day personally ducted by representatives tin Big Fourwho will look after wants passengers These excursions need introduction the public and the popularity the Big Four the natural route to Falls via Ilulfadotis well known Full information iii pamphlet forum from Big Four ticket otlicedS J OATES Ocn Ant 4 t iLoIMvlllc Ky A Clnclnnntl CASTORIA-I For Infants and The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears ti oJ g youmigsterPariola II I The MiMlMn tinJc il + before uth mml will ninki you Irrl Nrnne w H PASo nA + no rqu l InIItn nvpep ln ICah mil tlif IIId rtnitxt StoiJHih HnwtN IUi Kidney J rmppmud Irnt1 dbls MHflr the IIKTCIIIIKUI PlIAR r hvJHartford Ky I Prize I a i all of It Is an of as1al OU nt to to IMI to I Inx MIIXIx IpNIN t 17 j to to at to of of Coaches con of th of no to of can be O the uprl Ki fnt ann 11 hv rSta Louis 19O4 raphophones 100 ondloss ttructtves Niagara obtained Children R E oo R o YIIYISIY11rSxN1111NLIr I wi ilere THe RteDII I Ich ntortnlnlngtiptlvntlnjc utweurlng cmaonant ell htfut uporlor x u1iynirnln1n7 rnuyix Ir1rn1N I25I1111I1i- X111 1 i SIN IY ISIYI x ISX111NSF1 COLUMBIA DISC RECORDS 7Inch SO cents each JjS per dozenlOlnoli 1 cuch 10 per dozen Grand Opera Record nindo In IOlnch discsonly 2 cttuli rooordawsrmcordm cylinder and discs Columbia Phonograph Company 117119 West Fourth Street CINCINNATI 0 Grand Prize St Louis 1OO4 r f I4- i l i I yI IJ v II 0 I 0- iII I I I t I d r PETRIFIED MAN Found Locked in a Death Grapple With a Pet I rifled Snake G G Creole of Mankuto the suave and Kentlemanly demonstrator b for one of the standard typewriting 1nulchines while in Le Sueur recently on business was delighted to receiveI + notice of the arrival in t the shipment of the pre historic relic lately exhumed by his own hands from the Had Lauds ofI 1 t1ekotnI Mr Greene is on enthusiastic anti quarian and spent his June vacation in the Had Lands that wonderful natural museum of the marvels of the- ot i past and while there wits fortunate tough to find this relic which had just arrived in Mankato It consists b 4ofthe perfectly petrified remains of I a monstrous serpent and a prehistor ic cavedweller twined together in a death struggle The situation in winch the relic was found leaves no doubt but that ages ago these repre sentatives of the highest and lowest 4 S orders of animal life then existing were locked together in a life and death combat and while thus engag ed they came near to the top ofa bank of loose earth which caved with them currying them down into the morass beneath together with a maw of earth and rock under which thef man and were buried mils l lions of years agoIThe body of the serpent which was about five inches in diameter at thet 1 thickest portion is wrapped again I a and again around the laxly of the man and its sharp savage teeth are embedded in the left forearm of Itsf antagonist which the man had thrown forward with the evident purpose of protecting his face at theII same time his sinewy right arm drove a dagger of flint deep into the serpents skull directly between its eyes The left hand df the mum inIa addition to being thrown out as a guard to his face clutches a stone J hammer with which it would appear he had struck the serpent before he was enwrappen in its folds for the reptiles skull is somewhat indentnd a just above its right eye The pro tuberence of the skull above the eyeI rffir its protection is crushed downi The holy of the man was nakedt except for a short garment of furt about the loins and he has a necklace of the terrible claws of some an imal like tho polar bear of today A touching feature of the wouderc ful petrification is that the last time the reptile threw one of its powerful coils around the struggling cave I dweller it inclosed within the coliI pressed firmly against the upper por tr 11 tion of the mans right leg a large tuft of grass which was held tightly in this situation and torn roots and all from the earth and that imbedI 1 p lIed in the cuter of the tuft and as perfectly petrified as any other porn tion of the relic is a ground burls nest the devoted mother bird still valiantly holding her position and two of the eggs still unbroken If showing plainly through the meshes of the upper portion of the nest and the petrified grass around itlcSueur MinnCor S1 Paul Pioneer Press 1 nCThe Number Seven On the seventh day God endedhis work On the seventh month Noahs ykark touched the ground In seven f x days a drove was sent Abraham pleaded seven times for Sodom Jacob mourned seven days for Joseph Jacob served seven years for Rachel and yet another seven years more Jacob was pursued a seven days f journey by I aban A plenty of sev en years and a famine of seven years I were foretold in Pharaohs dream by I seven fat and seven lean beasts and Ieven ears of full and seven ears of corn On the seventh day of the seventh month tho children of Israel fasted seven days and remain ed seven days in their tents Every seven years the land rested Every seventh year the law was read to the people In the destruction of Jerico seven persons bore seven trumpets seven days On the seventh day they surrounded the walls sevqn times and at the end of the seventh round the walls fell Solomon was I andriseven In the tabernacle were seven lamps The golden candlesticks had seven branches Naaman washed seven times in tho river Jordon Jobs r e IThe American Girl WHAT MAKPS HER POPULAR The American girt it lmlredall liked at home and abroad because she Is the hapiiiept usua1ITthe healthiest and friend liest of fond of life sod in alive to everything bccutiful and good in existence Mm said that theIanKtrthasAmerican woman to learn from her KtiKlUli sisters Dr Tierce the specialist in women lis- a of HiilTalo N Y advises simple ex eTciiA for women preferably in the outdoor air nut many women are confined to the house and their household duties or their business confines them to poorly yen tilated room If a woman nufTert from a headache a backache a en ation of irritability or twitching and uncontrollable ticrvouineas rotiiethiiiR must be wrong with the head or back she naturally MJH but all the time the real trouble very often centers in the womanly organs In qv per cent of cased the stat of the difficulty is here and a woman should take rational treatment for its true The local disorder and inflamma Lion of the delicate special organs of the sex should be treated steadily and system atically hacked up by over a third of n century of remarkable and uniform cures a record such as no other remedy for the disease and weaknesses peculiar to women evt attained the proprietors and makers of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription now feel fully warranted in offering to pay 501 for any case of I ucorrhea Female Weakness Pro lapsus or Palling of Womb which tUey cannot curt All tlitv ask is a fait and reasonable trial of their means of cure rat with him seven days and nights and offered seven bul locks and seven rams for atonement Savior spoke seven times from cross on which he hung seven hours and after his resurrection appeared seven times In Revelation we real of seven churches candlesticks seven stars seven trumpets seven plagues seven thunders seven vials seven angels a seven headed monster SaDonfnnss Cannot bo Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless inflammation can be taken out and tube restored to its normal con hearing will be destroyed forever nine crises our of ten lire caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mu cous surface We will otTer One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafnesscaused catarrh that cannot be cured by hulls Catarrh Cure Send for cir culars freer J Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggist 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m Pointed Paragrapbs Every time a mans neighbors kick it makes him sore To find work go to work and look for it- Its easy to win a smile from a woman if she has pretty teeth In the affairs of men the tied maybe united by a divorce Judge If a patient has lots of money any doctor can relieve himof his coin A woman would rather have a hat with one thing than be an angel and have two It is almost as easy to pick the wrong woman for a wife as it is to pick the wrong horse in a race Fraud Exposed A few counterfeiters have lately been making and trying to sell imita tions of Dr Kings New Discovory for Consumption Coughs and Colds and other medicine thereby defrauding the public This is to warn you to beware of such people who seek to profit through stealing the reputation of remedies which have been successfully curing disease for over 35 years A sure protection- to youJis our name on the wrapper it on all Dr Kings or Bucklins remedies as all other are mere imitations H E Bucklin Co Chicago Illand Windsor Canada Z Wayne Griffin Bro Much Changed For the Worse Yes he said speaking confidentially when she had consented to sit down beside him in a dark corner my wife is horribly jealous of me Poor lady she replied What was the cause of her blindness r111T r n LONELY LIFE Spent by Alaska FurTrader Final ly Yielded Him a Fortune f 9w1 the Tuteil With Alaska furs valued a 25000 srom Nulato on the Lower Yukon Garrett Busch has arrived in Seattle after eight years spent in trafficking with the indians in the wilderness which he was the first white man to penetrate as a trader When Mr Busch reached Nulato August 12 1817 with a miners outfit as his solo possession he foresaw in that gloomy solitude a trade in the furs which protect animal life from Arctic winters which would exceed in returns the reasonable possibilities of mining ventures Mr Busch settled down at tit place where the little town of Nula to now stands He built a onestory cabin with lumber which he whipsawed from the native timber and began to trade his miners supplies to the natives for the furs which they knew so well how to trap but of whose value they had no con cepton Through the first winter he lived alone except when an oc casional squad of Indian trappers came by an stopped out of uriosity to learn what mannerof man had set tied in so lonely and spot To these Indians he traded his humble supJ plies except the provisions which he actually needed to sustain his own existence untilspring The visits of the indians were few anti far between The solitaiy trader was often home sick as he sat through the almost perpetual dark ness of the Arctic winter In the short hours of glimmering daylight he gathered his little stores of fire wood dragging them through the snow and then sat through the long night counting oil the days on the calender until spring His nearest white neighbors were at Anvik 200 miles down the Yukon and at Wear 240 miles up the stream He never saw a white face until a year after his arrival at Nulato When spring broke upon the lonely hermit life assumed a more cheerful aspect The fame of the new white trader had spent far through the Indian settlement and the natives began calling regularly at the post with their stock of furs They came from Koyokuk from Innoko and from Kuskohwim some of them traveling nearly 500 miles The prospests of the fur tradebe came so bright that Mr Busch sent to New York for his wife to come out and join him She did so taking with her their two babies a boy and a girl These children have learned to speak the Indian language fluently but last fall were sent back to New York to be A educated Dangerous and Uncertain ForSunburntetter and all skin and scalp disease DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve lint no equal It is a certain cure for blind bleeding itching and protruding piles It will draw the fire out of a burn and heal without leaving a scar Boils old sores carbuncles etc are quickly cured by the use of the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo Accept no substitute as they are often dangerous and uncertain Sold by Z Wayne Grifiin Bro CA aT no aDear the The Kind Yau Hart Always Bourn Sigoitin 1Id ofARemembered it Distinctly The divorce lawyer took his pencil from behind 1m ear and prepared to jot down the necessary memoranda Tell me as nearly as you can he said the exactdate when your matrimonial troubles began- I can give you the exact minute snapped his fair client It was when the preacher said I pronounce you husband and wif- e1Fy Jt Hump Back SCOTTS EMULSION wont tale a hum pluck straight neither will It make Ia amongthe short leg long but It furls soft bone I rlwu and llJumptlollSend SCOTr BOWNE CbemhN- 4a7vf is sodiAa aU drocziiw York tr e BOLT OF LIGHTNING Welded a Broken Rail and Saved Train Load of Passengers tlefiiur nor St Innl Iliinnr 1rtwJ When the 823 limited pulled into Wheatley in this county last evening it was discovered that one of the rear wheels on the last coach was broken a piece having been split off from one side so that there WILe a slightly tint place on the wheel and as it was feared the broken wheel in pounding over the track had bro ken a rail Only by a miracle was the 855 locals tll from being wreckedThree miles south of Bently the flattened wheel had broken out a section of rail about seven feet long broken it out so badly that it was torn from the spikes and lay acros the rails where it was found five minutes before the local was due by Willy Schultz a boy of M years who lives on a farm near by The lad knew that the local soon would be along and he was frightened He put the piece of rail in place and then started down the track toward the approaching train running as fast as he could He had not gone 20 feet however when there came a blinding flash of lightning from a dark cloud that covered the sky and he was struck down unconscious and nearly bereft of life It must have been 10 minutes be fore he regained consciousness for when he hid so he saw the train cooing toward him at great speed He staggered to his feet the remem brance to the broken rail still in his mindand waved his hands but the engine did not stop and just as it was about to crush him he stepped spedIon But the engineer at the last mo ment had seen the boy step out of the engines way and throwing over the lever stopped the train after it had run several hundred feet beyond the break in the railIWhen the engineer jumped down andcame running back to see what the trouble was young Shultz told him and showed him the place where the rail had been broken but now it was perfectly sound The flash of lightening that struck Schultz down spent the main portion of its force on the track in the immediate locality where the fracture was and had evenly and perfectly welded the endsIwas the day it was laid I The Company will take up the mire aculously welded rail and exhibit Jit at Portland this summer w Tho Only Way There is one way of maintaining the health and strength of mind and body except by nourishment There is no way to nourish ex TheIIlet down and disease will set up No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation I bad breath sour risings rifting in digestion dyspepsia and all stomach I troubles that are curable are quickly cured by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Kodol digests what yoi eat and strengthens the whole di gestive apparatus Z Wayne Griffin Bro Kentuckys Greatest Kentucky has produced the great est President in Abraham Lincoln The greatests statesman in Henry ClayThe greatest actress in Mary An derson The greatest pioneer in Daniel BooneThe greatest territory acquired ii George Rogers Clark The greatest speaker of the house in John Carlisle The greatest paragrapher in George D PrenticeThe race horse in Ten brookThe champion prize fighter in Marvin Hart Take Kodol After Eating After a hearty meal a dose df Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack or Indigestion Kodol is a through digestant and a guaranteed cure lor Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomech Weak Heart Sour StomIGriffin Bro vwaaaanaa wa a aa w akaAlt VAVVV111a1 1A11 1 I The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has beta In uso for oer 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow im mm todrrilvi voilin these All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tire health of e Infanta and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Cnstoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paragon e Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotla substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays FeverIshness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy told natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend O GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS S1 Bears the Signature of + The Kind You Have Always ought In Use For Over SO Years TMC CCNTMI COMMNV n NuaaavragCT New YOKH CITY i Harris Positive Pile Cute The Biggest Seller of the Age i IITIIIIIdtlltftjAil A BUSINESSman or young vuumn who wotiM win success iu life This being conobaL it in of first importance to yet your training at the schools that stand in 1a- very front k- BRYANT STRATTON Business College N E Cor Second and Walnut Sts Louisville Ky BOOKKEEPING seyeu experienced teachers each one a podr SHORTHAND it iu his line Write for a beautiful book giving TYPEWRITING testimonials from graduates occupying promitvxsfc position Itllvlr the United States it will be mailed toyou FREE SctanL jiru llhar Smdeii coo enter at any tiny E J WRIGHT Prc8ldent ANYBODY SII US m iHJ N hat Ui atturancc that bltchtke caaout W Improved slam Then t itJumiy gurk abme the took right 1wrai lrlihia l foMlil ttitlcilii putputn u putltlvely uacucl No wbajcr tees that STEVENS RIFLES PISTOLS AND SHOTGUNS itsft been ado4c4Islrehreutetoaahentheald- alag4 I I STEVENS FIREARMSI art tnl by alt apfintni yonlt and htnlar dalen- Ark Ilya of mrek lnINn gdiw it fluntW ltcfllk JumcUlot JintMLuol The rut Ihlt Ii teal Arms art UUAHANTkliU F IH QUALITY shuld rrmipt you to be sure to ally Jlmal Send the S Uampi rue Surcnt ilnkn4 kill IuIISTEVENS ARMS 6 TOOL PO Box 4092 j Chlcope F1U Man U9A I I 4 THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your lab Printing in a first class 1l1ulllierl IILow One Wy Colonist Rater Via Big Four Route- To CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON OREGON IDAHO MONTANA UTAHiand ltltcrr iecll teicrrltory Ticket on Mule Melt I to Miiy IRt For full information and partieu Inrs as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or nlf dress the undersigned WAIIIIKK J 1StUIIlt T U llncIDIIIIIIllbl 8 J UITKS lleiiiTMl Wfii- tToulatillc Ky Hodol Dyspepsia Curcr Digests what you eat n ib+++++06 ib I FEIHACURAJin- ny I t Imelllor Fumiil lilMil nni on the nmrltrt lint the only one thiti 0- I tine proven to tin an nhi ulnte and io ltlvertir for nil form of Omni Trouble U tFEMACINRA stnaleflat will foiiTloc the mutt krptldil of its almost rot raculoniruratlre paver 7JNdeuutybythelEiTtiiFIEIDPIfAUMACAICoe- pDuIt oHole toJtJ H WILLIAMS t144MF tt ++ I+ f++++++++++ + O++H++ toMtr+ + + h v 1 n 1Jh1 LrAr te 9 tin s Y 1 Hartford Republican Iitncl tj the llartfonl tnbllabingColnpea- rlneoaroIAw I C K HTIIMIlltor r rgpsoxzEO- Cuaabztsrld 34 ouch t1rr 22 FRIDAY AUGUST 4 REPUBLICAN TICKET FOH lIKPItKSENTATlVi CHARLES C BEARD FOR COtXTV JfPOK W B TAYLOR 1rtRCOUNTY COfUT tIRRIr W S TIXSLEY JOll COtSTY ATTORNEY K M WOODWARD d t rOil MIIKKUT R B MARTIN run JAILER k OSCAR MIDKIFF rOllStllKllISTESIiKXT OK SCIIIKIIS JAMES M DEWEESH KOKASSKSSOIl SAM W LEACH FOR KCHVEYOH 1 NATHANIEL MOXLEY roit COHONKK JEROME ALLEN FOR MAGISTRATE I Ilnrtfunl Plstrtet Xchnlnn liurrnM 2 Cromwell pktrlrtW1 Miller 3 Sulphur Spring IJ1ltlctW s lhwn- I ttirdnvllU Dlntrlet Sum Edr I imfon Mutrlrt Iln S Cbamliorliilu- C O trtofn Mtrlrt Iltrtwrt It u lr7 Ilotll ort DUtrltt Join Mllf FOR CONSTABLE- I llnrtforil IHitrtet J llI nnl + crorawcll niitilct It St Yonnff- a SnlpburdprlneUl4rletWaltrrMldklaf 4 Kqnlfrllle DUtriet E Heddm r lltltord ni trlrtH I WtornllIIoJ rviitertoKU 11trlet111111111 1 llortport Dbtrlet Jaiiin Clark Examine the label on your pape- if it is not correct notify us WHO will fill the shoes of Govern or Douglas is a question that is being agitated in Massachusetts IT IS now in order to quarantine against Cayenne Wyoming Forty cases of appendicitis have been re ported there MK HART and Miss Dollar Missourians have eloped A unio of hearts and dollars certainly ough- to be a happy one A DAILY Chinese newspaper is to be started at San Francisco OfI course it will naturally go in the yellow journalclass JAPAN is ingamillion dollars a day in maintaining the war hut she doesnt mind it as long as Rus sin will have to pay it IT is quite probable that if tha bomb had hit the Sultan there would have been Turkey hash on the International bill of fare THE multimatrimonial adventur er Hoch was saved from the gal lows last Friday by the intervena tion of an unknown woman and yet it is said that women are revenge ful BARON KOMUUA one Japans peace plenipotentiaries is carrying eighty trunks with him to America Probably bringing an itemized ac count of Japans claim for indemnity COL BRYAN says he will support Governor Folk for the Presidential nomination in 1908 provided Mr Folk is an available candidate at that time Of course Mr Bryan i- it410 I the judge as to Folks avails Iiity DEMOCRATIC manipulators are attempting to center their fight in this county for the office of Sheriff Had you ever stopped to think why they are pulling so hard for that of lice If they should win it they would have a majority of the county board of election commissioners THERE is such an inviting field for the iron bridge business in Ohi n county that other bridge companies i are willing to pay to get a chance to bid against the Champion Bridge Co on the contract for building the a bridge across Rough River at AmI 1 7 I brose ford The committee on con struction if they propose to give a square deal should notify all avail able bridge companies of the time and place of the letting of this ay well as all other contracts for the construction of the iron bridges The work should be done at the cheapest possible price and to in sure this there must be competition- in bidding for the contract other bridges are guilt on contract- by the lowest and best bidder usually by citizens of the county after due notice of the time and place o letting the contract has bee given Why not build iron bridges in the same way G A R Memorial and Resolution Cruel death with its icy fingers touched and chilled the body of Se rilda Wade Bishop wife of Comrade John Bishop who departed this life February 25 1905 born November 22 185G having lived 58 earsGod in his infinite wisdom saw best to call His own Mrs Bishop was highly esteemed by her many friends she was a bright Christian woman Husband and children may rest assured that she has only gone on before to be with God and await their coining Resolved That we in the behalf of the Preston Martin Post extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved husband and children Resolved That we present one copy of this to the family of the decease and one copy to the Preston Mortin Post and one copy to Til K HARTFORD REPUBLICAN J A BNNETT JOHN CHAMBERLAIN Com A W MILLS NARROWS Aug 2Rev F M Petty and family of Louisville who have been yiaiting here returned home Wednesday LafeWeller and family of Sulphur Springs are attending the Chautauqua at Owensboro this week Miss Donie Tanner of Central City is visiting the family of Mr A E JenningsMr lrs Mark Renfrow of sonrDr Ivan Renfrow at Denver Colo radoR K Bean of Rockfield is spend ing the week with relatives here and at Sulphur Springs R B Martin Republican candidate for Sheriff was with us Tues day Mr Martin is very popular in this section and will poll a large vote hereB P Petty is building a new store house hisLrence Alex Boswell will teach the public school here beginning next Mon day Miss Annie Daniel began teaching the fall term of school at Sulphur Springs Monday Prof Clarence Bennett U teach ing the New Baymus school He began teaching Monday- A E Jennings saw mill here is Thetcovers a an acre of ground and shelters a perfect labyrinthof machinery From nearly a dozen saws come at I once every variety of product from hatchet handles to ship timbers Mrs Nora Loyd wife of Tarlton Loyd died of flux at her home near Barretts Ferry Monday morning and was buried at Fordsville Wednesday Ohio County Man Honored Last Tuesdays Owensboro Messen ges says Prof A P Taylorussistant principal of the seminary at Beaver Dam was elected to succeed Prof Gibson as principal of the Walnut byIand informed of his election and in dicated his acceptance of the princi palship He was an applicant before the board for a principals place one year ago but withdrew his applica tion before the election in order to accept the place at Beaver Dam Eruptions The only way to get rid of pimples and other erup tions is to cleanse the blood I improve the digestion stim elate the kidneys liver and t skin The medicine to take i- sHoodsSarsaparilla Which has cured thousands IWENT DRY Yet Deanfield Will Have one Sa loon for Another Year From August I The long expected liquor election at Deanfield was held Tuesday and the drys defeated the liquor advocates Onlysallowing saloons to operate while seventythree voted against their bignThe opponents of liquor have met withseveral reverses in Deanfield An election was to have been heldon July G and all preparations were made for it The drys were confident of victory but when the time came for opening the poll there was not a ballot to be found They had been sent from Hartford but had disappeared before the box in which they were placed was opened on election day The drys alleged that the whiskey men had stolen them but they nt once set about making preparations for another election This time they had the ballots all right but when the pall closed they discovered that although they had won the election as decide dly as could have been wished almost the whisky men had again been too foxy for them for the time beingat leastForest Huff has obtained license to sell whiskey extending one year from August 1 The drys say that the town trustees were called together before G oclock in order to grant the license before the election began There is only one saloon in Deanfield and will be there for twelve months The saloon has been run by Medcalf Huff but the new li cense was granted to Huff alone For Sale Seventytwo acres of good land six miles Southeast of Fordsville all tilable land and about twenty acres of timbered land Nice New dwell ing seven rooms good barn and other outbuildings lasting stock water and two wells good orchard For furthur information address J S ARMSTRONG 2t2 Hawesville Ky WHITESVILLE Aug lAfew of the young men from here attended the ball game at Pellville Saturday George Brooks entertained few of his friends at dinner Sunday Those present were Misses Carrie McCarty Mattie Holland Martha KittingerAnnie andGertrude Hi key and Messrs Loyd Holland Lonnie McCarty Jesse Strothers and Chas McCartyMiss Lawson Uwensboro spent Saturday and Sunday with Misses Mary and Stella Wedding Miss Mary H Wedding went to Sulphur Springs Sunday to spend a weekor two before going to her home in Hartford She was accom panied to the Springs by Livia Cicil and daughter Hatty and Annie Me Brady and Mr Boyd McCarty Supt W G Archer Owensboro gave an illustrated lecture here Monday night in interest of Chau tauqua It was highly enjoyed by every one Jno Sapp Owensboro spent Saturday night and Sunday here with rel ativesFrank Brooks Owensboro spent Saturday night with his parents Mr and Mrs A P Brooks Miss Dora Evans entertained her friends Saturday evening with a par ty Refreshments were served and all spent a very pleasant and enjoy able evening MissSallie Owen Reynolds spent the latter part of last week here with friends and relatives Misses Stella and Mary Wedding will go to Owensboro Thursday to be the guests of friends and relatives and to attend the Chautaqua Mrs Millie Neshew spent Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs Green Everly at Pellville A party from here will go and camp at the Chautauqua they will leave Wednesday There will be a big crowd from FridayfPLEASANT RIDGE Aug 1J L French began rwork on the new exchange building this morningThe Bank building is near ly completedMiss Davis entertained quite a crowd of the young people Friday lAyers hairIfeed it with the only your hair food Ayers Hair Vigor It checks falling hair makes the hair I flair Vigorgr- ow r completely cures dan druff And it always restores 1color to gray hair all the rich color of early life My hair wai fulling out nadir end I wai Ayershairmodem heir all 1 couM with It to he- RinKCOa J ALLXX Elliatwth N J tlro a bottle J C aria toA 1twoll Mala 111forI Palling airi night There were a number of the folks from Masonvilleyoung pros eat j Miss Gladys Brown of Owensboro is visiting relatives here this week Hewlett Johnson who hits been i in Union county for some time is expected home today Several from here will leave this week to attend the Chautauqua at OwensboroMiss Shalt who has been I visiting her brother Dr Shultz this summer will return to her home at Narrows this week Clarence Bales anti wife of Ow ensboro are visiting relatives here this wgek IIMiss Bettie Crafton of Hender son who has been visiting Miss Georgia Skillman returned home MondayMrs Luther Johnson is on the sick list week 13 RENDER Aug 1L E Herrel was in Hartford last Wednesday Miss Nannye Austin was in heaver Dam last Wednesday Misses Lillie Burton and Katie Thomas of Hartford were here last I WednesdayMiss JBarnes Beaver Dam was here last Wednesday Dr S D Taylor Beaver Dam was here last Thursday- R C Render came up from Island last Thursday- T H Black and Dr A F Stanley were here last Thursday Prof and Mrs V M Moseley were in Hartford last Thursday Mr and Mrs Jno S Spence were in Hartford last Thursday G W P Burton R B Eastin D W Gwyn and Y D Black spent last Friday and Saturday in Central CityGeo W Baize was in Hartford last Friday W W Simmons Memphis Tenn was here on legal business last Fril dayU M Everly Herrin III was the guest of his son Alney last Satw urdayMrs L E ferret presented her husband with a fine 12 pound boy last Saturday Dick Haswell of Louisville way 0 here last Saturday Will Moore was in Rockport last SaturdaySimon Jones was in Beaver Dam and Hartford lastSaturday Bion Moseley and sister Miss Hortense of Pellville were the guests of Prof and Mrs V M Moseley last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Thos Goddis of Central City were the guests of Mr and Mrs H W Jones last Saturday and Sunday Mrs J A Fulkerson left for Jasonville Ind last Sunday for a two months visit- J W Tilford H A Garret and I Will Hall were in Rosine last Sun dayMiss Pearlie Tinsley visited in Centertown last week Marion Tipton of Rochester was here yesterday David Wadkins of Central City was here yesterday R N Allen and Miss Lizzie Rocker went to Olaton yesterday Miss May Peters returned to her home in Olaton yesterday after visiting her brother W B Peters for the past two weeks Dr J O McKenney Beaver Dam was here today W S Vick Owensboro was here r todayMessrs Chas Thienes and Jas Taylor of Taylor Mines were here a a4 a t4u4444440 E P Barnes BroJ f ClothingAt Prices tl All odd lots of Summer Nothing liavo IHUMI put on bargain counters and the prices cut almost half in two Drop in at Barnes store and buy one of those marked r down Summer Suits Seven Dollars choice for any I our liens Suits that sold for 10 mad 550 choice fIany of another lot of Mens Suits that sold fur 10 Only 550 choice of a lot of Meats Suits that wild fil- lS5lJ These are hargailtst Mens Straw Hts- I Only broken lots of Mens mud Buys Straw Mats left fI1lid and see Bring your boy and drop in and we will lit him at a low price YouVo pretty sure to find something desirable in this lot 4 Wash Materials In the Dress Goods section you will find fine goods i marked at about half the former pries Now is the t time to buy a fine Dress at a very cheap price If you enjoyS iug money just buy some of these hump Wash Dress antI Waist Materials As bargains theyre certainly the rarest weve offered yet LowCuts and Oxfords I In this department we are well prepared to fit you 0 verylowcan be bought at onehalf thou former price and even i lower luy some cheap Shoes and Slippers ltd a t great chance fur bargains in footwear Millinery Your chances in this department tar growing loss t1 bettinglaver t Now is a moneysaving time in our Millinery section t olselliti4tf 4 Mat from lioc upall now seasonable hilts Come I quick and get first choice live us your orders Al so let us retrim your old HatsS heaver Dam1OHH rrt trT7Tii r rY Tr7Yr Y t t H it i rtrHttMO todayMr and Mrs Val T Cool of Her III moved to this place today to make it their home for awhile Prof 0 M Shultz of Hartford as here today Mrs R B Eastin is visiting in Butler county Miss Daisy Allen of Evansville Ind is the guest of her brother F AllenNotice J to Creditors As assignee of L F Tappan of Beaver Dam Ky I will be at my law office in the town of Beaver Damon Tuesday September the l thl05 to receive verified claims against said assigned estate D B RIIOADS 2M Assignee of L F Tappan LOOK HERE For sale or tradeCorn Shredder i and Engine eight horse power in good shape Price 350 C W MORGAN Maxwell Ky DeWltts ft V Salvo I For Plies Hums Sores TAXES NOW DUEl We hint received the tax book and an now ready to receipt you for your taxes IKUKw eallat yonr earliet convonieneo and pay same I or ono of my deputies will bo at the following places on tho date mentioned and you can save a trip to Hartford by being there AUglst1lHorFe Rosine Tuesday September 5 Cromwell Tuesday August 2fI Wysox Thursday August 24 Olaton Monday August 23 SeltcmherlSulphur Au gust 5- Bela Saturday August 26 Buford Saturday August 19 Bells Run Monday August 14 Heflin Thursday August 24JRockport lC- entertown August 26 Smallhouse August 25 Ceralvo August 28 Point Pleasant Wednesday Au gust 23- McHenry Saturday August 12 Fordsville Saturday August ID andevery Saturday thereafter Narrows Thursday August 24 Ddanfield August 29 Herbert Wednesday August 80 Shreve Tuesday September 5 Magan Thursday August 31 Ralph Friday September 1 everydaySheriff Ohio county tiForI Saturday At Fairs Besides our regular line ofoveryday bargains wo 1 are going to ol1U1 a few special inducements for Sat urday shoppers Remember when you make your if you dont consider thorn extra values r p + your money will bedieerfully refunded Ladies Hosiery e TWIt doyen Ladies Seamless l lack Hose with narrowed uukl1n11 width leg made of superior quality line gauge cotton yarns with double sole r high spliced heel and double toe Hose five sell every day at 2oc For only 2 pasts to a cus tomer for 124r per pair Underwear Special Twenty dozen LadiYs bleached taped neck and arm hole Vest mole of extra quality cotton yarns tthekinO that sell fur 15i or two for 25c will be on sale at RH each Only I to a customer Towel Special Another shipment of those extra size bleached u Damask Towels with turkey red borders raid fringed r l ends a bargain any tIny at 50e pOI pair Only a limited quantity on hands Our special price for will be Ie per pair Only 2 pairs to a customer Our Bargain Basement I r How can wo do it is a question asked us every day Well we are not telling just how but we do it- S I Jf you cure looking for real values for your kitchen our advice to you is to visit at once our Go and 10c basement Ia to Bticvalues only fie and lo Come to see us ATC7 The Bargain tentere i Hartford Republican t FRIDAY AUGUST 4 Illinois Central RailroadTime Table Norlti lloiiuil- NouililH4OT Mniilli Hnnnil 1 n In SIII1 dud1IO1 n tn- Nn 11dne12SOp7J uloidue26SpIII 110101111831111 SldldueUlum I NOTIUK TIIK KHIltllllCJAN will Irlnl Irro nl cnnrgc llctnng NOIICP Obllunrlm ltrnalnlion nf Itrepcrl- Etc HHlio extent ol ISO word Allover Ihol meant we charge form the rnle of lo per word rltllh I n ntlvunc- eArllrlr In exccu ol ISO words will tfoo l lie rut down lo required limit hides money U oeitt wllli innnnierlpl In- rlry Inn word in every li tnure Mr J C Wilson Roxey called to eee us Tuesday Mr W H Davis Sunnydale call ed to see us Tuesday Try that Vegetable Soup at City e Restaurant So good City Restaurant for Ice Cream and all kinds of Cool Drinks Mr Joe Chancellor Olaton called 1tosee us Monday r Mr LP Downs Livermore called to see us Wednesday Bring your Eggs Feathers and Chickens to Carson Co fCheese Sausage Crackers and Cakes at City Restaurant Come to Carson Co for Summer f Clothing at reduced prices Mr John Shultz Cromwell was a- very pleasant caller Tuesday A I I purchase Saturday regularly Saturday Satilrday h Mr J A Reneer Centertown was a very pleasant callerTuesday Nicest lines of Fruits and Candies in Hartford at City Restaurantu Mr J II Davis Taffy was a pleas ant caller Tuesday Mrs C E Smith is spending a few days at Dawson C K Carson Beda was a pleas ant caller yesterday Mr U M Young Rosine was a pleasant caller Tuesday Grossie Williams is the guest of relatives at Hardsbijrg Mr C K Reneer Centertown called to see us yesterday Mr Alfred Robinson Echols was a pleasant caller Tuesday Mr Thuman Taylor Prentis was a very pleasant caller Tuesday I I We have a good lot of Gents Shirtings and Percals CARSON Co Norval Brown McHenry called at THE REPUBLICAN office Tuesday For Scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College apply at this office I City Restaurant will be loaded with good things during Circuit Court I Notice the reduction that we are making on our Low Cut Shoes CARSON Co Mrs C 11 Barnett who has been quiet ill for the past fewday is im proving Just arrived a big line of Prints Ginghams Chiviots and Percalsat Economy Store LONG Co Remember that our reduction on Lawnsand Oagandiescontinuesuntil- August 4 CARSON Co Burial Caskets for sale by P L Wood Ceralvo Ky 42112 Mr G W Rowe Centertown called to see our Wednesday If you owe us why not bring it along when you come to court next week My isnt that Fresh Fish at City Restaurant fine Mackinaw Trout Try it Editor Heber Matthews who has quite ill for the past few days is improvingMrs Taylor and children Crawley La are the guests of Mrs S T Stevens See the line of Ginghams they are showing at Long Cos at only 5 cents yeryard- Mrs C M Heavrin and children Owensboroare the guests of Mr and Mrs M L Heavrin The very newest things in Ladies Neckwear Belts Ribbons c at Economy Store LONG Co Mrs L N Gray of Hartford left a few days ago to visit her home folks in Des Moines Iowa If you want Lawn Dress Goods at thirtyfive per cent less than their real value visit Carson Co Leave your laundry at Cleve llers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 40tf Soda Water Lemonade Pop Coca Cola Orange Juice Cherry Phos phate Soda Cream c at City Res taurantHave you seen the big line of new Shoes we are showing from the Peters Shoe Co at Economy Store I LONG Co I Come and get you a uair of White Canvas Slippers The price has been greatly reduced At Economy Store LONG Co Miss Gracie Roll Greenville vho had been the guest of Mrs F L i Felix for the pat week returned home yesterday Dont fail to read D F Gibbs an nouncement of his preinventory and i midsummer sale on the last page of Tim REIBDLICAN Judge and Mrs R R Wedding were the guests of Mrs Weddings brother Hardin Coppage at Litch field the first of the week Mrs Emma Hudson and daugh ters Miss Edna and little Miss Bes sie City visited relatives in Cal houn Ky Saturday and Sunday The Quarterly Meeting which was to have been held at Beaver Dam August 5th and 6th has been changed to August 12th and 13th just one week laterjWOOdjwardand Karl Anderson were the guests of Mr George Woodward and family at Calhoun last Sunday The REPUBLICAN and Louisvill e Daily Herald 250 per year In our clubbing rates in another column it is stated that they can be had 200 which is incorrect fori PlaininIg d way to do great damage when dis covered but the bucket birgade has tily assembled and put it out Practically no damage was done Mr J E Davidson has been nor tified of his appointment as carrier on Hartford Rural Free DeliveryI route The route is 21 miles long and the salary is 666 a year Oper ation on the route will begin Sep tember 1 The regular August term of Ohio Circuit Court will begin next Mon day Besides a reasonably full dock et of Civil Cases the famous Powers murder case has been set for hearing on fie third day of the term and will no doubt be tried WANTED Information as to the address 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 Spalding Sons Washington D C FOR SALE 100 acres of land70acres in high state of cultivationlying op posite the Ohio County Fair grounds Also one house and lot in Hartford For price andterms call on CAL P KEOWN tf Hartford Ky 5y IThe following are ainong the ford people who are attending Owensboro ChautauqUa Mr D E Thomas and family Misses Mary Keown Carrie Woerner x Lettie Marks Annie Liza Keown Mrs B D Ringo Mrs F L Felix and children Mrs J S Glenn and children Mrs L N Gray Vice Presiden of Hartford College recently pased the examination for State certificate I at Frankfort Ky At the close o lier examination State Superintend ent Fuqua informed her that she had made one hundred in every except Algebra Civics and Arithrn- tic and commended her very highly Mrs Gray reports that shewasquit as well pleased with the Superin tendents commendation as with the State certificate which he gave her She says he is one of the most scholar broadminded and refined gentleman whom it has been her pleasure to meet License to Wed The folliwing permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Raglandsince our last report- D S Davis McHenry age 31 years to Bertha B Baird Render age 21 years 0 B Haskins Center town age 28 years to Lellie B Hill ICentertown age 23 years r Send Your Boys and Girls to School Young students given personal at tention Send for Catalog and Jour nal Mention Course wanted Ado dress IL H Cherry President Bow IingGreenKentuckyBEDA Aug 2 Business is good in our townR L Paris Buford was here Tuesday Marvin Parks and sister Dli Mary spent Wednesday night tvit Mr J C Ellis and family Heflin Messrs Frank Duke Clarence and Herbert Shown went to Hartford Tuesday afternoon Miss Alice King is very ill at the home of her sister Mrs J C Park Miss Alice King is very ill at the- o home of her sister Mrs J C Park Miss Hallie Davis who has been confined to her bed several days with typhoid fever is improving rapidly Joe Wallace took a large load of fine water melons to Hartford Mon day Warren Bennett and family Sunday With James Beard and fa ily Misses Lydia and Stella Ward attend the Chautauqua at Owens A E Ellis spent last Saturday night and Sunday at Buford the guest of friends Several from here attended Chil drens day exercises at Central Grove Sunday Lydia and Stella Ward ac j1Iisses by Messrs Sam Ellis and Greer attended the asso ciation at Woodwards Valley Sun dayMr and Mrs S A Bennett Sunday with their daughter M Thomas Wallace Dr and Mrs J D Stewart went MondayI Saturda and Sunday Circuit Court Docket The following cases have been set down for trial at the coming term of court Other cases will be set when courtconvenesIoIRST Hartford and Evansville Packet Company vs Frank Keller- J Wesley Berry vs E H James SECOND DAY David Falls vs I C R R Co Nola F Johnston vsI C R R Co JohnA Reitz Sons vs James Sullenjrer THIRD DAY Commonwealth Kentucky vs Hiram 0 Powers FOURTH DAY Levi Vandiver vs IC R R Co William Horton vs I C R R Co Louisa Ramson JasWWedding FIFTH DAY J B Westerfield vs Napolean Miles P K Newton vs Jacob Chancellor c J W Boatner vs CJ Abbottc CERALVO Aug 1 Clarence Bennett Nar rows visited the family of D R Hesley last week Mrs Vada Curtis wife of Ed Curtis died Monday at the residence ofJRCurtis of fever and heart 1GDr LYf toiri sers Some Great = Ii a ValuesinClothing- f I We offer this month all a 75Qe iI iIeOur 800 Suits for 000 Our 750 Suits for 550 Our 700 Snits folrus500 aOur 550 Suits for t50at Our 000 Suits for Our 500 Suits for 150 Ii aI Shoes aOwing to the lateness of the season all of our aLowCut Shoes for men and Slippers for women iIA SWELL LOW CUT will go at cost price IfriiuJe in all v leathers 1111 43tyI8S II1M15 IS ONE last Mrs is at is is Mrs I 4 It is not too for to Slippers P for we jp of hot er of us LowCuts for for fjINvCuts for a as F sortment of Slippers we arc selling at continue to give special xhis the time to supply yourself with Calico Ginghams Percals Shirting Sheeting Bleached Unbleached Cotton xBest Cnhco4h 5cVHeavy Shirting 7v Best Gingham Yours for Bargains fJI mSem Bach208 W Main St xHartford Kentucky C 44 344- INew TinsKop14 Gutr tering Roofing Repairing telephone 14No 90 day or night U H the pout tyyfi bit fi Tinware bat C bit 1 carrya of heaviest Tinplate of my Tinware is made Come in bit my buying tt- C4 bit fi bit fi RespeotYully bit 11 cp H WADE The Tinner y trouble Miss Brown Prentis visited relatives here Miss Mattie Wood returned from Greenville Tuesday Maude Kimmel Rochester visiting her brother George Case bierQuite a crowd here attended the Childrens Day Central Grove SundayThe public school here being taught by White progres nicely Little Miss Blanche Slaten Nelson her aunt CRichard- son HERBERT 31Master Durwood late you buy have many weeks weath head 250 fens 185 200 Low Cuts S1J5 175 120 Wo have nice Ladies lout which cost We will Now and Etc Our Shirt Olc brFt told Wade full line = tI4 which and sped lino before Pearl week from George sing visiting July Hock er of Owensboro is the guest o plnceIwife visited rela Sunday R H Graves made a business trip to Fordsville Tuesday David Miller went to Whitesville Monday to see his daughter IJra Maggie Bartlett who is ill with ty phoid fever I Several of our people will attend I the Blackford association this week which meets at Chestnut GroveI Prof Ernest Rush of Evansville placeiMillerII Rev George Jones p b Floral last Sunday 4tNA c TRAINING CHILD BURGLARS Newost Devices of the Modern Criu Inal SchoolsReason for Establishments It lias long beef kriowu that the modern thief or burglar trains children very carefully for nefari ous work Only tin other duy a trainer of young thieves wan sent to prison and such nixes art COU tinually cropping upsays the London Mail Most ingenious are the methods practiced by professionals to teach their pupils the art of hill glary Mere youngsters make ex ei Heat subjects and as it is ob viously of importance nut to make a noise when burgling till lads are now taught to slide face down ward on the balustrade It has been discovered that in order to accustom them to this mode of descent special spirit shiijNd balustrades sue sometimes eon structed and before the pupil is pronounced llnished he must be able to slide down a variety of these balustrades like greased lightning Another common practice among the burgling fraternity is that of getting orders to view Ieii ty houses front various house I agents A number of clever burglaries are worked this way lHcssed up as a country squire the master visits numbers of i house agents gels orders to view certain houses generally in tee races as there if he has a plan of the interior of one house he has a i key to the whole terrace t He irccordingly looks over the 1house gIIIa prim of the interior A few days afterward his pupils enter the empty house fuel making their wily along the roofs enter whichever house hay 1 bleu selected In the meantime r t thesquirepatrnlsthehauseoutside sonitled and when the coast is clear he signals usually by strik ing matches so that the boys in i side know whether theyrail safely come out with the spoil One match means alls well two matches danger A well laluwu Scotland IItI olllcial a short time agti 1lleltd a clever capture in this way He noticed a man piN in mouth t walking up and down a street in the west end of London anti con tinually striping matches to light Ilispipe Strange to say however no smoke emanated from the pipe and thkiking something was wrong the detective concealed himself and awaited develop ments A few minutes later the man struck another match and 11111 trice a buy about 12 years old tune out front the front door of an j unoccupied house bearing on his shoulders a sack with sticks of endtI a rat anil at once detained the ltd In whose sack under the wood wits found reel iOMW worth of jew els The country squire endeav tllllIHI1S011 him but it was afterward i discovered that the bucolic gen tleman wits a wellknown ticket if leave man As a general lIIIloltl penal servitude men are till founders of thieves schools idealizing that as they are too well known to the 1011111Ih chances of eon tinuing II felonious emcee in a successful manner are very slight they have perforce to procure un derstudies Accordingly by enlarging on i the profits accruing from bury glories and pocket picking they have little ditlleulty in getting Jolcif boys with evil propen sities Weeks and weeks tar then spent in instructing the novice in their new trade The initial lessons are generally devoted to the lIt of picking pockets CAN TRESPASS BY PHONE LongDintnnce Breach of the Peace Determined by Kansas City Judge The invention of new machinery devices processes is continually l tbringing up new questions of law puzzling judges lawyers and laymen soliloquize tin Philadelphia Public Ledger The trolley brought its problems the submarines when they are used t for commercial purposes will n undoubtedly pose the law makers the power of modern guns on menofwar has made ob UJIs and when the balloon shall br come a paswuger vehicle what wisdom will frame the rukKof tint road or the law of trespass lust now the law relating to the telephone is of interest What constitutes a breach of jwace by phone Judge Brady of Kansas City huts just decided such a case which by reason of its romantic connection appeals to all Wal ter Clark had proposed to a maid en and had been rejected He renewed the proposal over the tele phone called up the fair ono sew eral times and was turned down He was not dismayed but called in the morning and in the afternoon and in the dewey eve and sometimes at night The doors may be barred and a re jected suitor kept out lint how is the telephone to be guarded Judge Brady took these questions under consideration and ruled that after a girl had rejected a man slit had the inalienable right to have him stay njwted and that the use of the telephone could and should IK classed as a style of importunity amounting to a breach of peace The theory of the law in these decisons is this It would be a breach of the pearl if the suitor should annoy the young woman with his presence and the fact that the telephone was used dues not modify the net our UN respon perfor11lingthe sense and an indication thai when the jteople of the Tinted States shall all have universal wireless connection a man iu New York who calls an enemy in San Francisco a hard name bv wireless will hold himself liable though the costs of prosecution would be prohibitive HOW TO MAKE A BATTERY Stiff Piece of Paper and a Common Tea Tray Are All That IsINecessary Cut a stilt piece of paper into an oval or a circle of nearly they sire of a common tea tray Fasten to it two upright handles one on each end both made of paper and attach by means of soothing wax j fays the San Francisco Chronicle Xow take any common tin tea tray that you may be able to bor row in the house and lay it on tlio top of two glasses These will furnish the insulation tlornugllly can possibly be Then lay it on till table and brush it violently with a common clothesbrush you spread a piece of silk or IfI Ixr sheet under it so much 11lIlIal1Iheelectric Lift it from the table lay it on the tea tray and U a curlier of it with the 1m II NlIaIyour linger or witji a Aspllikwillleapoutft0luit Now you have an electric hut tery in a most simple form lly rubbing the jxiper as often as it loses its electricity it is possible Levden tllIjar can be made by filling a tumbler half full with shot and sticking an iron or silver spoon into it By letting the j pparks from the tIll tray leap eon finally to the spoon the tumbler jar finally will accumulate much electricity that It will be extreme ly uncomfortable to get a shock from it N Ready to SideStep ouldIthink he is pound to be the pian hittlf tile future Mr Grudge Exactly I wish 1 knew in which place Cleveland Leader Clergymans SelfSacrifice Theparishof St Stephens Port sea contains a population of 14 1100 jMople a large church but no clergy house and no endowment It is said that Hew Guy Landon accepted the vicarage on the oller of an income of nil year yeztalkinSecond CookOIl we was dis cussin the mistress problemI Puck I PLAY BASEBALL BY NIGHT In Dawson City Game Is Called at Elgbt lu the Evening Theater Begins at Ten P M John Sciidder McLain of Mimic apolis in his recent book Alaska and the Klondike says of a fa mous arctic city Dawsou has a good theater an athletic clubhouse for winter Spurts and tutu letic grounds well prepared for baseball cricket and tennis A peculiar institution is the town crier known as Uncle John who parades the streets with megaphone an improvement on a I bell and announces the hour and place of forthcoming events The long summer days simplify i arrangements of this character materially The baseball crank and the ollice boy are nut 0111I pelted to devise excilses for the neglect of their business iu the middle of t he afternoon to witness a baseball game The game dues not begin until eight oclock in the evening and I he t heclter rccogniz lug it as a still competitor dos tint ring up its curtain until ten oclock This means of nines that the play Is nut over until llMtll 1111 oclock in the morning but inasmuch as the night is nearly as light as the day no iiirnnvrit iince is suffered on that account Dawson lies north of the Iii I II degree of north latitude and ixpe ricnees as wide differences of tem perature probably as are known in any inhabited portion of the globe The thermometer regis died lilt degrees above xero a few days before our arrival and two days of our stay iincomforta hlv hot at middav In the winter fill oily ill below Isllot I wPtwrule x pericnceAnd yet thesourdoughsiwell seasoned residents Mr McLain continues speak with real enthu siasm of the winter climate It is all right here in winter said one except when it moderates some times and the hinnratmire rises j to lii or lull below You see it feels penIland catch cold TYPHOID CAN BE AVOIDED I Water Supply Is Whole Secret of StAvI hog Off Disease Blame Health Board Typhoid is an unnecessary evil II is like hind government civil in difference is responsible for one us for the other As a matter of in dividual warning there is little to shy says McClures lIi gmi zinc Find out where your water conies from and unless the community i guards the general health by fur uishing a pure drinking supply guard your own by boiling the wa i ter Ilont allow OMII vaults or j sewage accessible to dies to exist near where you live Theres a board of health in your turn if I its worthless there s a law re gaidingnnisaiices that isnt Go to your doctor promptly on suspi Hon if you have any reason till suppose that you hint contracted i the disease It is no ailment to parley with If you know of a case that the attending physician has j IPI1ItldPIIIIIII but not to till health department report it your self He wont like that hilt it will be good fur him Yon pry taxes to get grand water and to have the laws enforced one of the best prey iventives against typhoid is the pernicious municipal activity which gets what it pays for After tllllIfever a great expense like land and Chicago or to eIless expense like Lorain I genre is largely a mutter of in telligent working citizenship Edward the Shrewd Commenting on the fact that King Edwards father used to be referred to as Allxrt theGood a Preach writer says that the pres Nit sovereign of Great Britain should be Palled Edward the Shrewd The writer adds Sine his accession to the throne King Edward has not made in in ternationalaffairs a single mifi take which is more than can be said for his nephew and nephew inlaw of Germany and Hussia Transplanting Salmon I The department of marine and I fisheries at Ottawa lately shipped j MOOOO eggs of the Atlanti I salmon to be nlantcd in Van x rIF 1 V Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New Discovery I For c A 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tlon It Wits the Jelly That Didnt Suit 4 A lady who inteiiileil to give a diiiiiti to some friends at whirls the piece de resisluiuf was to he duck shut by her III 11 ha lid on till slimes of easteriiMarvland tie Icided thin none lint the very best jelly should le served us an ao oiiiiiininicnt to the dainty fa 1Ielates Colliers Weekly gOIrtollBIWlflwlI I where one pays a iiiarter apiece stockI11m asparagus at seasons the year The jelly the clerk of feretl her did not appear to be just whit she wantd so she surest ed another variety flat inadam said the clerk haughtily this in the very best jelly you can bur li is made by Mrs llChlill of Hiooklyn theIjnr 4 Ive never heard of ilt meek 1111IHIIIV o you guar antee it Y Seeingthat hiscustomer was ex j tremely mild of manner and per laps to be easily rattled smiled In a tiu1i thlllIIkI fiuarantee repeated haughtily than ever madam WI dont lave to guarantee Mrs Ouggins jelly UPI name is enough This lady madam has aI reputation 0 1 have no 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POWEIIS HAS A SUBSTANTIAL CASH INTEREST IN EVERY COPY SOLD OF MY OWN STORY The BobbsMerrill Co PubJs Hers Indianapolis Clarence Keown Local Agent Hartford Ky OUR CLUBBING RATES THK KKiUinicAN anti Ixtuisvillo Hcmld125T- In llKiiruutAN and Lou twil1u Daily Herald 200 flit UKITHIICAN and CourierJournal 150 THK IlKriwifAv and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THK llKiiMturAv and Homo tool Farm 125 t b THK JbaITHIWN anti Lippencotts and Cusmoplitan 325 L iiIni llKiLuiirvv and TwiceuWeok Owensboro I mjuirer 175 THK RKitMiiuAX and Daily Ovvensboro Inquirer 370 THK RKPIMIMCAN and twice u1Veek Oboro Mesenger 175 1rr 111HIIIH HIf tDO YOU WANTA Position that will pay you from 500 to 5000 a year tI tI That is what our graduates Cue demand lug four their work Ve give the kind of training that counts from the start Increase Your SalaryBy taking a course in the OWKNSJiOIU BlSINE H UNIVERSITY Term begins Sept Jth Write today Address i IOwensIJI nn n M nn nn JI n ill dipo8itluid DAYS FREE binding Regular price 75iIrolyaSampl ALS Pair nIWONT TROUBLE PUNCTURES RIDER AGENTS WANTED No Money Required I bicycleSSon i 1905 Roost guaranteedPlO 0XI with Coaster Brakes Punctureless Tired 419Bestor model want at onethird Choice of nnstandard tires best equipment on all our bicycles Strongest guarantee Wo snip APPROVAL 0 0 D to any one icithout a cent allow 10 T R I A I before purellaeo Is 8IZTUIFAOTOItYDUequipment sundries and goods of all kind at half IeIfIIlar eicoinour big free Sundry Catalogue Contains a world of usefullntormatlon Wrlto for It I PUNCTUREPROOF TIRES 860 per pair j I1 N 1 GLASS LET for 0 AIR NO MORE rom VO and Any mule usual and ON iportln Result of 16 years In tire making No danger from THORNS OAOTUS B PINS NAILS TAOKS or GLASS Serious like intentional knife cuts cnn be vulcanized like any other tire A75PER PAIR EASY RIDING DURABLE SELF STRONQI FULLY COVERED BEWARE OF IMITATIONS I r all kinds and makes of tires at BM per pair and UP ssleralsoNotice the thick rublllr will outlast an oUr make olt Elastic and Easy RldlnL We will ship C O D ON APPROVAL AND EXAMINATION wlhoel a cent drfout- We allow a ch dlcounf ot 56 thereb making the price 1450 per pairslf you send full oash with orrfor- cx Tiros to be returned a our OlllpenstJ t not satLgfactory on mlnatlun e MEAD CYCLE CO Dept 11 JL CHICAGO ILL t fin li W Ji Al tTttlNiJi rif v PARROT RANCH The Only One in the World and It Has Enriched Its Owner IIIIIrlllII1J Martin Holts tin Amurican who established a parrot ranch near Victoria Mexico a few years ago has met with wonderful success and h accumulated fortune in the bus ness It in probably the only parrof ranch in the world it is certainly the only one in Mexico Holts was employed for several years as a passenger conductor o the old Monterey and Mexican Gul- Railroad now n part of theJMexican Central system His division was between Victoria and the port of Tampico on the gulf cost thrbugn the heart of the parrotcountry He was always interested in the bright colored birds and while running as conductor collected many of them and taught them to speak English There were many tourists traveling up and down his line and he did a good side business byselling the birds to Americans and Others The thought occurred to Holts that he might make more mon ey by retiring frotn railroad work and devoting his time to rais ing parrots He followed the Alai and purchase a large tract of lan near Victoria which was teeming with parrots He fitted up the ranch in an unique way Wire netting was placed aroundand all over the trees and the birds wereconfined therein He has the gratest success in raisingthebirdsIt the parrots to talk that Holts has made an unique success He is a linguist speaking English Spanish France and Germany fluentially He divided his flock of several thousand birds into four classes one for each lan guage He then took a few birds from each class and set to work to teach them to talk At the end of a few months Holts had thaught a number of birds English Spanish German and French and the edu cated birds would teach their com panions to talk His hopes were re alized to the fullest extent He says that at the end of the first year he had several hundred educated parrots Holts believes that the standard of intelligence of parrots can be greatly increased by proper atten tion to breeding them In his col lection of parrots which now hum betS several thousands he saw sev eral which are seemingly possesed of reasoning powers These edu cated birds have been taught to carry on a conversation with eachother This conversation in which each bird knows his part thoroughly covers nearly 30 minutes of time OASTOnxA-Bean theitsKind YOU HOT AlmjS Bought Signature 1Jof CRIMINALS IN OLD ENGLAND Statistics Just Issued Show Serious Rise Drautic Reform Needed According to Appsaieocef The recent reports of the sari ous yovernincnt department all READ THIS Milledffeville Ky Jan 1 1904 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have been a great sufferer from kidney disease and was treated bymy home physicians with no ben- tcut Your Texas Wonder has cured me and I am satisfied it saved my lifer and I can cheerfully recom mended it to ladies suffering withi kidney and bladder troubles 1MusA TEXAS WONDER- One I small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kide ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kidney and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble jn children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on I receipt 0100 One small bottle is two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E WHall sole manufacturer PO box 629 office 231 Olive Street St Louis Mo ig at ylS11fF1 rvisor jioiul to the increased wealth of England and the increased trade which it IIIIH done and yet Himiil tautOiiHly with this growth of liroMiNTitv land inooiiHlslfntly ont would think there III an un doubted ii rid u KtrioiiH iiirrviiBu iii eriinu nn increase lewnlly re tarred to by Kir Ittiljih Littler The social reformer only tx plain this iutay m ho likes bin KiHinf that crime is largely due to ofiquent iah1114lLIa1Ie of the habit ual IHiniuul is to some extent evidence of the failure of our must 111111IHlllltIlIt nutarullrffven the urcat proHpcrlty which fao govern ment deiiartmcntrt depict CIO be accompanied lI1I great and an increasing amount of orbits Yet the filet remain that dur durinJtlwllIsta steady upward movement in criminal activity Previous to 1100 the crime statistics had beer steadily improvliif and the Jig ores for crimes dealt with at the assizes II lidIluulter sessions r where all the nioYciScrious indict able offenses IIII trf decreased continuously lint in the last four years theso fndmore rapid rate than they hud previously decreased In these four years induct the figures for serious offenses run thus111119 1077 11392 and today 11881 The increase too is even more marked when we conic to the worst offense In the last year for example morn JHTSOHS were sentenced to death than in any previous year for which we have a record The annual overage of Jeath sentences for the five years 18IW7 wits 24fi and for the five years 18981902 it was 274 hut in the lust recorded year the num ber of death seMcuccs rose to the unprecedented total of 41 Now If the indictable or more serious offenses tried at these con rtsof summary jurisdiction an added to the 11882 cases ut the assizes Mild quarter sessions there is a total for the last year amounting to 58444 serious of fonses which contrasts unfavor liwith the ri1I1i8 of the pre pious year and still worse with the preceding years which ui1 counted for riHtHl iiti23 and 50494 ffenses respectively The next point of interest to the public is the class of crime which is increasing mill here it is found that while ads of violence to the IKMSOJI and assaults generally have decreased the last for ill potion wealth and other persons property is increasing Hut there is more behind the tlgures for it is now a weflascer talmil fact that the number of charges tried is small in jirojior tion to the number of offenses committed Roughly only one third of the total of offenders against property are apprehend ldThus out of ii8ij eases of houMebreaking known to the po lice only 891 persons were appre headed lull of these only 98 were summarily convicted Oat of a total of 9920 offenses against propwty with violence only 39lpersons wci apprehended in cpn nection with those offenses This pthingsauthorities would do well to ex amine It clearly calls for a dras ic reform Temptation Avoided- I understand that you are send your boys to night school Yessuh answered Uncle Ins tCantDay clout was the reply 1 but prefer to hub em take deirspare time in de daylight when do chick rrs is wide awake an kin look utter deirsefs Washington Star The Real Difficulty 1lusldyIt must take remarkable skill to raise a cheektHardup Oh I ts huts to got hold of it in the I flrstpltrce that 1 CUIIt tt through I Detroit Free ljeIJRI OaT nXA-i Ban site its Kind You Han Alwiys Bough IIeig 1 fJfI tatnnt J 1rN M j I I I enables to diseased worsen ment hare digest the ome body disorders risings restoring YN U 1M1e a ed 2300 1585 2925 Moist via 29 11 ALLSI 7250 6650 7250 6150 iG5 Cheap July San Cal daily 30 turn 1 8 Territory Florida Carolina trip to way folders tember 4th and rates Fourth A R Ave C H Mo G B W H on D C 1 1 Cumberland I TELEPHONEI Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber Jand Telephone in my residence and hasJer heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition i fl E PflTE Manr U19valiErr It Otto County 11Circuit Court TKlllrkhail Jmlite Ken II aemlMlonir Y I Mo eljr Trnntr Jury FandiOa IIbrllIlKKrown VCuurtconveneaflntMon day In llnrch end Antntt and continues three wwknand third Monday In liny and NoTmher two weeks County Court J P Miller Judge MS tag and Clerk W1I Berne Attorney Hartford WCourt convene flint Monday In each month MondayhCourt otClalnn Conrenei ant Monday In Jat OctobeiOtherFrank lowe Aueuor Ileda Jame DeWret DaYlaCoronerlIolphur Xviotie CourtIt F llndion heater Dam February 18 Lay18 August SI Xorember 30 yILAugustJnoMOrabam Xsrrowt February 23 nay 11I is May T Aninst 27 November I AIIrnitW A Ron Centertown February s May 11 August 24 November P 1 IIAUgulUlIrKsvrtford Mouea Court AtISarvleaY danday each month at 11 am and 7 p m and second wednedayBaptist Cborch Services neld Satnrday nigh IundaYDlghtIllurnett pastor eachmonthned pastor School Trustees IlertfordJPMiller JGlenn H T Stevens U 11 rocker J U B Car eon Jon C Illley City Council Itowan Holbrook Mayor H A Andenon Clerk DrHJ Wedding W 8 Tine ey A C Taylor Ii111eavrlnT J Morton Councilmen aortBoeSt1-A O U W meets ant and third Friday ulghM In each mouth I Hartford Lodge No 878 P A A Masons first Monday night In each month MatratHough Hirer LodgrNo 110 Knlgbtsof 1ythla meets every Tiexliy night Preston Morton Tout 04 0 A R bold rrg nlarmMtlngiNatnrdaybeforeflritSnndaylneacb month ourCOapplying or a n it Ii worth mmoney We otin PATENS THAT PAYand help Inventors to success sendIMMEDIATI RegttAredtu at 605607 71h St WASHINGTON 0 C Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON- MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS rectnlnlrdIaIrfirst and third Tuesdays of each pamphltslolden H C TOWNSEND R T D MATTHEWS frudislPunnlguiTLALil VEGETABLE SICILIAN HairRenewerAIWOYS restores COlor to gray haIr all the dark rich color It used alldandruff dnSrn va naLto ry snt r I- y l Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 4 THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources OVer the CountryBriefItems Gov Beckham has namedas party members of the State Election com mission Charles R McDowell o Harrodsburg as the member for th Democratic party and A It Bur nam of Richmond as the member for the Republican party 1 In a quarrell over an alleged debt Felix Hoskins a wealthy lumber merchant of Leslie county was shot i to death by his first cousin Nick Garrison also a lumberman Garrison r fled to the mountains where he is being hunted by a posse f Mrs Lucia Albright nee Brock of Covington who previous to her mar r riage was frequently referred to as Caleb Powers sweetheart has been sued by the Federal authorities for failure to carry out certain rural free delivery mail contracts The Government seeks to recover 17482 M Mrs John G Carlisle the wife of former Secretary Carlisle is danger ously ill at her summer home in Bay shore Long Island and little hope is entertained of her recovery Mrs Carlisle has been in failing health since the death of her two sons Will I and Logan six and eight years ngo For the last month Mr Carlisle has hen at the bedside of his wife The health unthorities tit New Orleans believe that by the end of the I week they will be able to estimate their grasp of the yellow fever itua tion and determine with approximate accuracy whether it can be exterminated i before frost fall While the situation appears t be substan tially uncharged there seem to te an increasing confrJence among the health authorities of their ability to control the epidemic 4 Mrs Abrelia Marcum widow c f James B Marcum who was assassi iiit d in Breathitt county two years ajr has filed petition in the Circuit Vurt of Futette county praying to IK allowed to take the deposition of Mis B Feltnir the deposition to lit 11 il in an action for dnmauus i against certain breath t county sivns laintitfallethat Felt i r is liable to J kild ry parti I Wrested C7 A rat T z7 C7i 8fiaarr the 1tv Y ri y 13C8 f ASlgwttiref 21S An Indisputable SAFE INVESTMENT i The material progress which our country is now and has ben making for the past decade of years naturally brings to the surface numen us schemes of the getrichfjuick character that I benefit only the promoter rf suchat the expense of inrocent investors In this age of genuine prosperity with every legitimate business boom ing wages high work in abundance giving employment to all willing to earn and products of the farm bringing best prices j there is little or no excuse for one not to joir the army of moneymakers The first and safest investment to make is to become a reader of the CINCINNATI ENQUIRER the greatest and most reliable newspaper in the United States Vith the facts truth and information gleaned from its col umns one may become well qualified to reach out and secure his share of profit that always accrues from invest meats intelligently made The WEEKLY ENQUIRER costs lint i or dollar for one years term The j s AV ENQUIIEK costs you two dollar for u year The DAIIV ENQUIRER if sues a week you gut for fourteen IISolea j Vitliout the aid ofa firstclass vipaper success in any enterprise ru mes problematical Fr ten cents Vr 4 can secure a san+ pleppy of eachI JAILY iUNuiv and V EEKLY EN uiRER Addre- ssEnquirer Comprny Cincinnati Ohio I 4 gTTTT k ksic k 1c k k k kNC c k9J 9t9 9 9kXXk kok cok rkrkicT IPREINVENTORY I AND MIDSUMMER I A Sk Ak A tF1GIBBSRockPortKv t t We have decided to make a sweeping reduction on all Summer Dress Goods Huts Shoes Clothing tEtc In fact a reduction on everything carried in stock for the next 30 lays only This Sale Begins August 1 Ends August 30i4 We HerewitH Give You art Idea of tHe Reduction Voiles lOc Voile now Sc- 12c Voiles now Jo t lair Voiles now 12c O 2 Voiles now LSc All White Goods Reduced t7cJ Ur utJJp now 011- lc li Uf now Soc t J Ill Pique now ISc m lOr linghams now Sc ii ll Ginghams now Je J lie iinghams nowI1sIlOp Percals no 12ic Percals now 10c i lor Pereals now lie 0I i All Standard BrandsIif Of Prints Go at 4ic Lawns 5c Lawnsnow 0 3c i 7c Lawns now oe lOc Lawns now lc 15c Lawns now 11c 25c Lawns now IRe AT Millinery Etc Special bargains to bo had in this line us long as they last Lace Curtain from H7i up Serial at leper yard See Our Cut in Our Swiss and Ham berg Embroideries 1lI lla Embroidery now So loc Imliiit y now He 20c Emliitiury now ITe- lioc Embroidery inv 17c Same sweeping reduction in all Laces Hose Mens Half Hose le Shoes and Slippers- All Slippers at cost and below See fin yourself Slippers worth 250 now go nt lti0 200 pairs of Slippers now 15H ISO pairs of Slipper now 118 125 pnilof Slip pees now 90c Childrens Slippers reduced in proportion Our famous W L DougJas Tan Black an I Patent Lather 350 Oxfords now go atj 28 tOO Tan Black und Patent Ox fords 218 A lot of odds and ends in Shoes and Slippers will be sold from 25c to 99cn pair See special counter tot these bargains General Reduction in All Woolen Goods Silks And Novelty Dress Goods See our Shin Waist Silk at 221c per yard 41 yardwide dark blue brown and white Shirt t Waist Silk to tri at 70c All Summer Gloves Reduced 1 Mens Hats We have elicted u lot of I hits froth our S i25 and 150 mens Hats to close at USr iu All straw Mats at east and below I u LGmatI iU Now is the tiinu to gota cheap Suit I =I Underwear I 2LlUlwf t Ladies 20c Vest now Ic Mens f0c Undershirts now I2e- Mens 4 t 5o Undershirts nuw2ahens 25e Undershirts nowi18eI-n Jaddition to abovo wo huvo bought from larye concerns mill end and short lengths con silting of handle Calico Ginghams Domestic Outing Lawn and foils IJlearh Domestic v4c Jalicos go at 3ic w 10 Per Cent Reduction on All Cash Sales I r tAs a further aid to this great sale and to show our reduction is general we have decided to offer T e 10 per cent oft on all cash purchases on everything in our store with exception of special prices named jT 2 in this advertisement and goods exchanged for produce or sugar flour Bacon and feed stuffs Those who come first will secure the bpst bargains Remember the late Tuesday August 1 rind J + icontinues 30 days closing on the 30th of August o u I l It 4 4 4 444444aM4c24JR-h iN