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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d r I I mLjc ttxrtfrb E flqnbffcamn ou Fine Job onrOo Work a Specialty n II IT IS NEA1OC WILL FIND IT IN TIltWITBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 18 1905 No5 TWfNTYONf YEARS j In Penitentiary Given Hiram Powers for KillingRenfrow One Juror Saved Him From Li- fImprisonmentinsanity Plea Didnt Work After deliberating nine and ClII- llaU hours the jury which tried th asc of Hiram C Powers for the murder of Pitxhugh Kenfrow nt1lao clock lost Saturday night returned L verdict of guilty and fixed his pun shment at confinement in the peni tentiary for a periodof twentyone year The verdict was a great surprise to the defendant who Iud all the time expected an acquittal He plead J elf defense and infinity and the latter plea was supported by the evi w dence of quite a number of physi clans of excellent standing in their prnfcsssion as well WI ai recoreL f several casts of insanity In the fa lIi ly of the defendant and the further fact that Commonwealths Attorney U D Kinuo who led the prosecution I hadsaid less than a year ago that tint defendant was crony Relying on these means of evidence the defendant felt confident ofrem ac quittal But the evidence of gujlt was to strong and convincing The eye witnesses swore that the killing was lone without provocation and most of the jury evidently believed it to be case of unprovoked wilful murder 4d it is asserted that only one juror rttood between the defendant and life II sentence he holding out for twenty 1 one years to which the eleven othe- i agreed rather than have a mistrial It is also tfcsM rtfMhat tour jurgrs favored only twentyone years is clear however that the insanity I Vtrtea had but little weight with th jUrj and his plea of self defense fell flat there being practically no evidence except the statements of the defendant himself to substan tiate that ground of defense Dr Maxwell a sltm in law of th defendant sold Mr William Park were the chief witnesses for the y prosecution being the nearest eye witness to the tragedy Their state ments were unimpeachable straight forward sled convincing Several i other witnesses gave important evi dence The sentence of twenty one years r given Powers will probably amount- to a life sentence for him It is freely predicted that he cannot survive eve half of his term but that a life sen- tencer would have been more commensurate with the crime he com 9 mitted is the sentiment of majority of the people who heard the trial The defendant has made a motion for a new trial and if the court re fuses it he will probably appeal hi Tease to the Court of Appends rf A Recognized School t The very large patronage which the Southern Normal School and fowling Green Business University is only n just recognition of the very high grade eductional work which this institution is giving Catalog and full information sent on request Mention Course Wanted Address H H Cherry President a Hewling Green Ky IAFordsvllle Wedding tearnaborn Inquirrl I A wedding of interest to many i Owensboro people was Bofemnized at i f oclock Monday Morning by Rev T J Ratcliff at Fordsvillle when Robtrt i in marriage The wedding was a surprise to the friends of the young 3people and only a few attended the ceremony which was performed at the home of the brides aunt MriIjt ge number of friends and acquaintances by her many charms of Fordsvilles most at 4tractive young women Mr Miller is anexcellenl young man in every respect and is well known here as well as at his home lie is a brotheri of Mr Clarence J Miller city Mr mid Mrs Miller came to the i city this morning to attend the Chau tuuquu after which they willreturn hereguests T1luy and Mr and Mrs C Ji Miller j j CapitolN e j on new state capitol was begun this morning by liable Zehnder Louisville con tractors who have the foundation excavation work The contractors I representatives also began the exec bun of his offices and tool houses on the grounds STATE ATTORNEY I Sends States Brief in Howard Case to Supreme Court Frankfurt Ky Aug 18Atlor ney General Hays has forwarded t the Clerk of the United State Court at Washington his brief in the cast of James U Howard the convicted murder assassin which is in that court on writ of error and is to be heard at the coming October term The brief is printed and covers 131 pages It Is a complete history of the case und in the argument for the Commonwealth citl authorities of many State and Federal courts in support of the contention that no Federal question is involved in the case rsThe appeal in this case is from a judgment of the Franklin Circuit Court which was affirmed by the Court of Appeals sentencing How and to Imprisonment for life in the toethe Supreme Court Is based on the alleged dental of the equal protect ion of the laws The State Court of Appeals held that rulings of the trio al courton challenges to the panel caseeare not subject to exceptions or review and are final My Own Story timdrlilllrraid The first edition of My Own Story by Caleb Powers having been exhausted a new edition is to be shortly put on the market by the BobbsMerrill Publishing Company of Indianapolis Mr Powers has aI evertncopy of the work sold Those who buy the book therefore promote the cause ofjustice the money received by Mr Powers is needed to secure him a fair trial either before United States courts or the State tribunals as may be in time decided landsThe book is a calmly told interest ing life narrative full of dramatic interest and situation It is a record of brave struggles of severe trials of patience endurance loyalty and rectitude manifested throughout often under circumstances of ex treme difficulty It Is a chapter of Kentucky history of unique value that should be in every fairminded mans hands The price of the book is 150 per copy The volume in cludes nearly BOO pages It is well bound and amply as well as artisti cally illustrated fit to adorn any library 500 BENTON IIARBER MICH FIND RETURII 500 Big Four Route Train leaves 7th St Union depot Louisville at 8 oclock a m Monday Aug 21st Tickets good re turning ten days Benton Harber is located on Lake Michigan and right in the heart of the great fruit belt Cheap side trips to Lake pointsTickets on sale at City Ticket office 2594th Avenue and at Depot- S J GATES G P A t m CLASH AT ROCKPORT Between About Thirty And Fifteen to Twen ty Whites A Slosh between the negroes and i whites at Rockport began last Saturday night and assumed serious pro portions before the engaging par ties were quieted If is reported that the trouble grew out of a trl vial matter some dispute arising between ono of the colored fellows and h white man about u lunch per imps live cents worth of cheese and they engaged in abuse one of the other during which the colored fel called the white man ad n s IIlow b which the white fellow re sented others joined iirami a gener al fight occurred Volley after vol Icy were fired from the ever ready pistols but no one was seriously hurt Finally about midnight all the belligerents acquitted the scene and all became quiet The fight was renewed the next day Sunday when a report reached Rockport that several negroes had themselvoo3 and were on their way to town The whites did not wait for them t arrive but about fifteen or twenty armed themselves with pistols I rifles and shotguns and sallied forth to meet the negroes a crowd of whom they found at Pet Renders They opened fire on the dark skins and in a short while put them to Might One of the negroes who was in these fights came to Hartford Monday and had a warrant issued fo fifteen of the whites who are alleged to have been engaged in the diffi culty The warrant which charges themwith banding together to disturb or injure other persons upon conviction for which one to five years in the penitentiary being the penalty was placed in the hands of Deputy Sheriff Chester Keown who went to Rockport Wednesday to execute it After spending the whole day executing the warrant and making arrangements to bring those ar rested to Hartfordhe wasdirected by County Attorney W H Barnes to turn the warrant r to the Hock Part Police Court where the examin ing trial will be had Notice 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 Tiiesday September the 12th 1905 to receive verified claims against said assigned estateD B RHOADS 2t4 Assignee of L F Tappan Prepare to Teach We offer a special course of study for teachers Send for catalog Mention course of study wanted Address H H Cherry President Southern Normal School Bowling Green Ky WILL FACE DEATH St Paul Specialist Will Let Pes Bearing Mosquito Bite Him New Orleans Aug 16 Arsenic as a preventive of yellow fever will be gIven a thorough test by Dr Reginald B Leach a St Paul spe cialist The doctor who for sometime has been taking arsenic pillsI will tomorrow night invade the most infected district of the city and allow himself to be bitten by the ste gomyia fasciata the pestbearing mosquito and will then return this o hotel to await results Dr Leach will make the experiment on his own responsibility He came here some days ago and triedi to interest the New Orleans Medical society in the treatment but without success A third or more of the New Orleans people are taking his arsenic pills and would like to have a practical test to show the virtue of the pellets sAOOMRADE OF GENERAL GRANT Says I Do Not Believe Peru=na Has a Superior COL BENJ F HAWKES Col llcnj V Hawkes of Oil G street 8 W Washington DO Is one of lointIsays I have tried Peruna lifter having tried In vain other remedies for ca faith and I can say without reservation that 1 never felt a symptom of re IM until 1 had given Peruna the simple trial that Its advocates advise 1 do notbelieve Ithas II superior either as II remedy for catarrh or as a tonic forthe depressing and exhausted condition which Is one of the effects of the diseaseBen F Hawkes uThe Greatest Family Medicine Ever Discovered Hon VmG Hunter exmember North Carolina legislature writes from tho Census Ollloe Building Washington follpwar everIfrom experience as well as observation LI Peruna The moat common affliction to humankind U a bad cold Peruna drives It out of doom wards off catarrh invigorates and gives fresh strength to mind body I gve Peruna my mquallfled endorsement Wm G Hunter Chronic Catarrh of the Stomach Cured By Peruna- Jas T Jakeman president Rider Morman Church Salt Lake City Utah writes should be and am a very grateful man for having been recommended the use of Poruna for catarrh I had a chronic case of catarrh of the stomach and my system was so tilled with differ ent remedies that I had taken that I sickened at tho sight of a medicine bot tie Peruna was a last resort and It did not fall me but cured ate in about three FUNERAL POSTPONED At Henderson Because Corpse Showed Signs of Life Henderson KyAug 15Thefu neral senices over the remains of Mrs John W Alves who died Sat urday morning at the family home OclOCklwere the services were to have been held Signs of circulation seemed to appear on the forehead of the deceased thetlifeDr Ben Letcher was called in to i examine the remains Dr Letcher i did not think there were any signs I of life but anyhow the funeral ser vices were postponed till yesterday j morning Though there was little hope of still remaining life the members of the family of the deceased j thought it best to postpone the funeral I r I What They Agree onrThe four articles disposedof by the envoys of Russia and Japan flows Japans r preponderating influence and special position in Korea which Russia henceforth agrees as outside of her sphere of influence Japan to recognize the suzerainty of the reigning family and improve the civil ad ministration pf the empire 2 Mutual obligation to evacuate Manchuria each to surrender all month and I feel that Ills a wonderful remedy and gladly give my experience from its UAeJas T Peruna Proved a Life Saver Mr Louis Byrens auctioneer com mission merchant and business broker 43riX Richmond street London Ont writes I had been a sufferer with what phy sicians diagnosed as chronic catarrh I thvrufcy lost the necessary speaking faculties which almost caused me to discontinue the business of auctioneer After spending several hundred dol lars for various medicines and doctor bills without avail your wonderful rem edy Peruna was recommended to me After using several bottles of this life saver I found relief and I am again capable of conducting my motion sales I wish to convince others likewise atlllcted of the merits of your great remedy Louis Dyrens- Thouunds of Testimonials We hayn file thousands of testi monials like the ones given here We can give our reader only a slight glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited endorsement of Verona which wo are constantly receiving special previleges natural obliga tion to respect the territorial inte grity of China and to maintain the principalof the open door 3 The cession to China of the Chinese Eastern Railroad from HalIbin southward 4 Mutual pledges to observe the intergrity of China and the policy of the open door for the commerce of all nations The surrender the Russian leases to the Liaotung peninsula Port Arthur Dalny and the Blonde and Elliott Islands WHAT THE HAVE NOT AGREED ON 1 Reimbursement for the cost of the war 2 Cession of the Island of Sakha linI3 The grant of fishing rights to Japan in the water of the Siberian littoral northward from Vladivostok to the Bering Sea j 4 The relinquishment to Japan of the Russian warships intered in neutral ports 5 A limitation upon the naval strength of Russia in Far Eastern waters I 6 CIIICAGO AND RETURN 6 j Big Four Route i Trams leaving 7th St depot Louis ville 8 oclock a m and 8 oclock p I m Saturday Aug 19th Good re 91oday Aug 21st All trains stop at Hyde Station Chicago Beach Hotel Get tickets and sleeping car berths at City Ticket Office 259 4th AveI and at depot I S J GATES G P AjLouisville Ky t m Poruna is a Catarrhal Tonic Especially Adapted to the Declining Powers of Old Age i In old age the mucous membranes be come thickened and partly lose their functionThis to partial loss of hearing smell and taste as well as digestive die a turbances Peruna corrects all this by its specific operation on all the mucous membranes of tOne Once used and Peruna becomes ao lifelong standby with old and young Mr Charles V Denotation Truesdall Mo writes I have followed your In structions for tho past month and I am now as well I as I can beat As Well As Can Be At the Age of Eightyfour Years the age of eighty four years I thank you for your valna ble Instructions and advice I first used Peruna fourteen years ago when my health was BO bad that I had no hope of staying many days and after using it I began topick up It has helped me ever since I feel well but will always have Peruna as my companion Charles V Benctsson j Suffered a Number of Years From Systemic Catarrh Used Peruna as Last Resort Now In Oood Health Mrs E Bchoncher 220X 8 Olive St Los Angeles Cal president Girls Friendly Society also secretary South Los Angeles Travelers Club writes I was for a number of years a suf ferer from systemic catarrh I was appetitenot restful I had lost much in weight and looked like a very sick person My physician advised m change of climate and the medicine Itook only gave mo temporary relief I tried a bottle of Peruna as a last resort and wae gre Uy pleased to find that I felt much Improved ins general way and then I bought several bottles ream now in good health and have a appetite and sleep well I cannot say too much for Peruna and for what it has done for meuE Schonchcr Peruna ConUiju no Narcotics One reason why Peruna has found permanent use In so many homes Is that it contains no narcotic of any kind Pe rnnals perfectly harmless It can be acquirIngduce temporary results It is permanent in ita effect- Addres Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O All correspondence held confidential RIGID AS IRON Was a Woman Who Took Head ache Powders Then She Died C Hundington W Va Aug 14 While Mrs Thomas Patterson was preparing supper this evening she was strickenwith a violent headache and going to the medical chest took a headache powder that has been a thrown in at her door the day be fore Immediately she was seized with internal spasm and within an hour was dead Her body was rigid 1 as a piece of iron five minutes be fore death 1 In Trouble at Island As the result of a difficulty with Jack Matthews Everett Foster of Island is under arrest on the charge of shooting with intent to kill and besides is suffering from a broken arm received by falling over a fence in a hasty retreat after he had emptied three chambers of his revolver at Matthews The men got into a dispute over a rubber ball according Ito reports from persons in the vicin ity and both drew their revolvers Foster seems to have been quicker than his antagonist but was very inaccurate in his aim none of his shots taking effect After firing three shots Foster turned to run and fell over a fence breaking his arm He was arrested shortly after the shooting t iOATO RsYd ewe tDaTit Kltd You Han Amp Soups vt of F 4 I j 4 POWERFUL HOGS Carried a Barn on Their Back and Dumped It Down- Hill Iteuear lliniiMur rhhiim hrullld1- T P Schanch of Minnisota ha been sued by V M Mach in a quee ease Schanch has a pasture adjoinin Machs premises and peeps a lars e number of hogs in it during the summer There is on Machs vise of land a barn which was set upon posts about 1 inches frhm the ground The ground slopes toward the pasture so that the barn ishigl er on that side and the door joists nm crosswise with the building their end coming up to the property line next to the pasture During the recent hot weather the hogs crowded into the shade of the barn broli down the fence and crawled umler the barn by walking between the joists There was a large number of them about tiO and they were bi and strong Mach soon appeared hind sesin the hogs on finis property set hh dogs on them They could not get out fast enough by running along he tween the joists the way they came in and nearly all tried to get out the other way by crawling under the joists and running straight back from the road away from the dos There were so many of them tryin to do this at once with their combined strength they lifted the barn off the foundations and carrkd it sewer al rods away on their backs to the edge of a hill down which the ban rolled killing a dozen hogs and wrecking the barn at the foot of the hill Much sues Schanch for the value of the barn and Schanch puts in a count er claim for the the value of the hogs Soothing and Cooling The salve that heals without steal is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve N remedy effects such speedy relief It draws out inflammations soothes oos and heals all cuts burns and bruises A sure cute for Piles and skin disease Hewitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Hewar of counterfeits they are dangerous Sold by Z Wayne Griffin S Bro Ordinance of The City of Hartford- To secure much needed and abso lutely necessary repairs in existing side walks and the erection and construction of new brick st me std con rete pavements or side walks in the it of Hariford Kentucky The City Council of the City of Hartford Kentucky IIorl1ail1 as followsSection 1 That a brick or stone pavements of not Icww than 4i feet wid be constructed on the west aide of lain street beginning at the LiktTiri livery stable the southeast for iier of lot No in the plat of I li city and extending Nrth on the tt side of snit street ontiguiiis vvitii same and in front fstaid Li i ken property fronting and abutting n raid street a distance if 100 ftttI iri ngth to the property of A ul thence in the Milito direction on IMC mm side of said stivel end con tiVja with same in front of the x Nail property abutting on Iilrll- t rt ft ti distance of 10 feet in length n tt property of Amanda Itrimttt 0f c in same direction or till lillllIfI IIIi IIJIin P nnett abutting on said street i r arre of 103 feet ir length tIll till ITOpcrty of Potter and thfice ii came dinvtim on the U1IItrt wnt1 I unlit fronting and abutting on said i t u distance of W fuel to the ru nttring the barn It ofsaid arics from said Main Mrept Section 2 That a brick or stone ihi rein of not los than U feet in ii lie constructed thf south tirlt of Wanhinjjtil street be irlng at the corner lit jail lotI vd v wane adjoint Main street I in an easternly iliivctiun mud u touswithraid street and in IrIIt if said jail lot which is owned by nio county abiittity on said triit a dirthtice of v feet in length t 1 otl Allcv- Sfctioji 3 Tiiat a brick or stone rtWrmSit of out Ire thin lj feet in slut LIont r ttllI11tine North Ul f Clay strii 1 r innMt the i 1 Southwest corner of the lot owned by W T Woodward and extending East on the North side of said street contiguous with same and in front of said Woodward property fronting am abutting on said street a distance of 100 feet in length to the property of Mrs Mattie Barrett then beginning at the East corner of said Mrs Barretts property fronting am abutting on said street on the same side of same thence in the same di rection and contiguous with the same in front of the property owned by C M Crowe abutting on sail street a distance of S9 feet to the property of Mrs Lida Casey thence in the same direction on the sam side of said street and contiguou with same in front of said Case property abutting on said street a distance of 8J feet in length to the property of R D Walker thence in the same direction on the same side of said street and contiguous with same in front of the said Walker property abutting on said street a distance of 89 feet in length to the property of Mrs Loga Rowe thence inthe same direction on the same side of said street and contiguous with I same in front of the said Rowe prop erty abutting on said street dis tance of 89 feet in length to the property of It D Walker thence ii I the same direction on the same silt of said street and contiguous with same in fronnt of the said Walker property abutting on said street a distance of 119 feet in length to the property of W M Flenerthen in same direction on the same direc tion on the same side of said street and and contiguous with same ir front of the said Flener property abutting on said street a distance oi 220 feet in length to the yard gateat the residence of said Flener Section I That a brick or stone pavement of not less titan 4J feet in width be constructed the South side of Griffin street beginning on said street at its intersection of Union street and contiguous with said street in front of the property of Z Wayne Griffin abutting on said street a distance of 320 feet to the property of Miss Lula Walker then beginning at the Northwest corner of the property of Y L Musiley fronting and abutting on said street on the same side of said street thence in the same direction and contiguous with same in front of the property of said Moseley abutting on said street a distance of 108 feet in length to the property of H F Lowe thence in the same direction on the same side of said street and contiguous with same in in front of the said Lowe property abutting on said street a distance of lOt feet in length to the property of- F L Sandefur thence in the same direction on the sameside of said street and conti uolls same in front of the said Sandefur property butting on said street a distance of lie feet in length to Fredrica street Section ii That a brick or stone 1 feetIif Union street beginning at T JINortons original line between him H- uid D Ford and extending North II on the West side of said street and ontigtious with same in front ofJ proIIt and abutting on said streel distance if KJ ftttt in length to the property of A C Taylor thence in the same irection on the same side of said t greet end contiguous with same in runt of the said Taylor property butting on said street a distance ofI 10n fuel in length to the property f John Taylor thence in the same irection on the same of side said to Ireet and contiguouswith same in rout of the said Taylor property i butting on said street a distance of iO feet in length to the property of- D Ford thence in the same dlrec linn en the same sidle of said street i nd contiguous with saute in front 11 the said Ford property abutting c 1011 said street a distance ofiJOO feett length to the property of J W IoId thence in the same direction on t- the saute side of said street contigullI- AIi with same in front of the Ird property abutting on said sidI distance of 300 feet in length yard gate in front of thti residence un said property Section i That a brick or stone I r Itwiinning at its intersection with I Union street thence east on the South side of the same contiguous i with same and in front of tHe S K I Cox property fronting and abutting on said street a distance of 670 feet in length to the property MrsMan Hearing thence in the same direction on the same Hide of said street and contiguous with same in front of the said Herring property abut ting on said street a distance of USl feet in length to tht properly of J L Carson thence in the same direction on the stone sidof said street ant contiguous with same in front of the said Carson property abutting on said street a distance of 100 fee in length so the property of Rowai Holbrook thence in the same direr lion on same side of said street am contiguous with same in front of the said Holbrook property abutting on said street a distance of 150 feetI in length to the property of Jame King thence in the same direction on the same side of said street and contiguous with same in front of the said King property abutting on Bait street a distance of 200 feetin length to the coporale limits of the City of HartfordSection i That a brick or stunt pavements of not less than 9 feet wide be constructed on the East sidi of Main Street beginning at the E T Williams corner and extending North on the Fast side of said street contiguous with same and in front of the said Williams property front ing and abutting on said street a dis tance of ro feet in length to the property of C F Shapmire thence in the same direction on the samt side of said street anti contiguous with saran in front of the said Shap mire property abullingon said street a distance of 20 feet in length to the property of C J Rhoads thence ir same direction on the same side of said street and contiguous with same in front of the said Rhoad property abutting on said street 11 distance of 20 feet in length to the property of C P Keown thence in same direction on the same side of street and contiguous with same inI front of the said Keown property a distance of 85 feet in length to the alley between the said Keown and H P Taylor property said property in front of said Keown property shall be not less than 1J feet wide Section 8 That a concrete pavement of not less than 10 feet widtI be constructed on the North side of Center Street beginning at the Z Wayne Griffin corner and extending West on the North side of said street contiguous with same and in front of the said Griffin property fronting and abutting on said street a distance of 17 feet in length to the prop erty of L F1Vwrner thence in the same direction on the same side ofJ said street and contiguous with same in front of the said Wwrner property abutting on said street a I distance of 20 feet in length to the property of C M Barnett thence in the sane direction on the same side of said street and contiguous with same in front of the said Barnett property abutting on said street distance of 18 reel in length to the property of H P Taylor thence in the same direction on the sane side i said street and contiguous with awe in front of the said Taylor iv perty abutting on said street a- li tune of 22 feet in length to the rjperty of G J and Marvin Bean hence in the same direction on the nine side of said street and iontigu with same in front of the said lOllS property abutting on said street a distance of W feet in length j the property of J C Derrick hence in the same direction on the line side ofsaid street and contigu us with same in front of the said Derrick property abutting on said reel a distance of 15 feet in length Main street Section Si That a concrete pavement of not less than 11 feet wide be constructed on the East side of mine street beginningat thecorner of the Herrick hotel and hank prop rty on same and extending North on the East side of said street and ntiguous with same and in front f said Derrick property fronting and abutting on said street a dis ince of 65 feet in length to the roperty of A C Taylor thence in same direcetion and on the same Ithe of said street and contiguous same in front of the said Tay property abutting on said street 1101 of 22 feet in length to the roperty of Mrs Maimee Moore I theIInure property abutting on said street a distance of 20 feet in length to the property of G J Bean thence j in the same direction on the same I side of said street and contiguous u uI with came in front of the said Bean I property abutting on said streeta dill tance of 20 feet in length to the property of J11 Ford thence in the same direction on same side of I said street and contiguous with same j in front of the said Ford properly abutting on said street a distance of j 12 feet in length to the property ofj the Thomas Bros thence in the same I direction on the same side of said street and contiguous with same inI front of the said Thomas property I abutting on said street a distance of 21 feet to Union street Section 10 That the brick or J stone pavements ordered and direct ed by the City Council to b erected and constructed on streets in the City of Hartford theI tucky as set out in section 1 2 ii H 7 8 and II of this article be con slrucled of good hard paving brick or smoothly dresser stone jointed and flitted together in such a munj ner as to make a good lasting substantial pavement or side walk I same to be placed on a bed of sand properly leveledlantlof not less that H inches in debth and to be secured with a good stone curbing jointed dressed and fitted together th same to be of not less than 15 inches in width and at least a inches thick placed on the side of said walk and contiguous with the samenext to thi street on which each of said walks are ordered to be constructed Each and all of said pavements or walks including the concrete to be construct and the grade of same to be with ref erence to the datum linens establish ed by the ordinance fixing and established the grade of the streets and alleys in said city which adopted and enacted by the hoard of Trustees of said town at a meeting of said Board held on the 5th day of September HI4HI Section 11 That if any of the property or landowners whose property front and abut on the streets and alleys where side walks or pavements are orderd and directed to U constructed by this ordinance as set- out in section 1 2 3 4 5 t i 7 S II and Id fail or refuse to make tilt side walks as ordered and directed here in on or before the 15th day of October 1905 after the enactment and publication of this ordinance it shall be the duty of the marshallof said town to select and appoint three sober discreet intelligent and dis interested housekeepers who after being first duly sworn by the Mayor or some other ollicer authorized bylaw to administer an oath to faithfully discharge their duties shall II to each delinquent abutting and fronting landowner who has failed M B Hlllunt I IIxtx MIl and refused to comply with this orI dinance written notice Unit they will go upon and assess separately the full value of each lot or portion of lots whose owners fail or refuse to comply with this ordinance in pro isealant of the frontage of said lot I or lots on said street to the e length of the whole improvement 111j dainetl to be made not to exceed square to cover the expense of the construction of the work Said ap praise or a s4JIIoors shall report their assessment or valuation inI writing to the City Council and said Marshall or supervisors of streets stall advertise the letting of each j side sidewalk as may remain unim i proved uncurbed as above provided herein to be let on a day not more than fifteen days af ter the report of the appraisers here in to the lowest and best bidder lie will give due notice of till letting of such work by advertLsing some to In taken separately or as a whole as he deems bust to the send lowest anti befit blithe by publication in a newspaper published in send city at least fifteen days before said day of let tractor of said work to enter into a written contractor with thus Pity Council of said town in which thee specifications herein made for each and all of said pavements shall be in serted front such pavements as he shallby hu contract undertake to con struct He shall furnish good unto sufficient security tube approved by an order of the City Council to faithfully perform his said cup tract and said constructor shall han- s a lien upon the property fronting and abutting on the street where said pavement or side walk is to be contracted for the contract price of said work In the event of the failure of any one to bid for and secure the said contract or contracts the said City Council upon such failure will proceed to make said pavements and curbing according to the specifications contained in this ordinance retaining a lien upon said property for the expense of the construction thereof Section 12 The expense incurred in tanking and constructing the side walks or pavements and grading for same shall he paid by the owners of land fronting and abutting thereon each lot or a portion of a lot being assessed for the full value thereof in proportion of the frontage thereof to the entire length of the whole improvement not exceeding a square rttllicient to cover the to Loutej g BEST TALKING MACHINES MADE Cylinder Machines 750 fry 100 Disc Machines 12 to 68 Tho Oraphophono reproduces all kinds of music perfectly band orchestra violin vocal and Instrumental solos quartottos oto It Is an ondloss aouroo of amusomont Clear Original Loud U uslcul splrlns Attractive yulxNNNIIYxMIillsNINI X25x1YwYMN4lYlYllllillill4lillxltlxll uncurbeieunconstrueted cone 0 COLUMBIA Gold Moulded Cylinder RecordsININ IIIINNNI NNNIIIIN INNII IIIIN NIIlIII Nl itNIXIN INIIIYIINNNx4 talexpuns oct work Approver August 2 1905 KOWAN HOUWOOK Mayor Attest S A ANMIKUSON Clink x Poisons In Food 1erhaps you dont realize that Wooly paint poisons originate in your food hut some day you tans fela willcontart guaranteed to cure l due to poison of undersigned food or money hack 2k at 1 Vaym ti iriflin Xl Bro drug store Tn- t Easy to Believe To he let good grocers and bread shop large nven lived in it nearly six years satisfactory reasons fur leaving it Agontxng Burns Axe instantly relieved and perfectly healed by Hucklins Arnica SillsB Kivenbark Jr of Norfork Va writes I burnt my kneedreadftil f ly that it blistered all over Buck tins Arnica Salve stopped thejpain + and healed it without a Car lAls 1 heals all wound and sores Ufa at 7 Wayne Rritlin llros druggist Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New Discovery rTrill1ILOtM A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Monty back If II falls Trial aottltre tp BEST FOR THE- BOWELS it tol bae1t a rtllar bultby onto et thu IzmorIII b Kp your M In thehpof- Hotatphdorpill potion Ii mnrvai Th 1eotb4utt moat prfet q of kp- letbr od cUtn Ii lo ta- bDANDY lei CATHARTIC r EAT EMLIKE CANDY r Ptulmtt r Uubl Pt nt Tin Wend Do Oond K BIIkn Wbn or 010 D and fnrnumplndbnnkttonbulth Stolid ICottey Chleoo Of N w York 1t KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEIN u Grand Prize St 19O4 g Columbia raphophones nrlvulcci I5 ri RIchIE ntQrtulnlng C uptlvutlng 0utwcuring I2cl3onlult Delightful Superior NINyIINxNolNaNNrr 125c sI- NINiIIIIIIIIIIUINN111IIIININ41 i COLUMBIA DISC RECORDS 7lnch BO cents each 5 per dozen lOlnch 1 ouch JjUO per dozen Orund Opera Records made In 10 Inch dIscs only 2 each 3 nd for Mmmf emlmlotumm of maohln and r+oordf Wm huvu all the newt popular hits In both ajyga of rmcordm ojfllndmrm and dlmom Columbia Phonograph Company Street CINCINNATI 0 arYIexrrfourth St Louis 1l04I4n y rHea t v vJJ t44b t N RULES OF HEALTH Temperance Abstinence ot Worry a Youthfnl Mind aud Plenty of Sleep IsPa York Wctlill A famous New York physician putt hull and handsome at 75 sum I 1 up his half a century of medical practice and observation in these simple rules of health 1 Be tt niMrate in all things in matters of amusement or study all yell as in regard to foods and drinks To he temperate in tall thirds how ever does not imply that one musty j he a prohihitionistuhout anything 2 Dont be afraid to go to sleep fur sleep is the lit restorer of toast ed energies Sleep a certain numb every night and then re Jmember that u short nap during theI t day is a safer rejuvenator Cocktail U Dont worry either about the past or the future To waste a single hour in regret for the past is as senseless as to send good money after that which has been irrecoverably j lost To fret ones self about what the future may have in store is about b as reasonable as to attempt to brush back the tide of the ocean with a broom Worry of whatever kind I y banishes contentment and content ment is a necessity of youth I Keep the mind youthful Live in the present with all the other young people Dont get to be reminiscent Let the old people talk about the past for the mere net of jiinking about old things reminds the mind of its years Reminiscenc- est arc dangerous whether they heI soothing fir sweet or sadfor characterize old age and must be sedulously avoided by those who would be ever young 5 Keep up with the time Dont fall behind the procession To complish this learn one new factI every day The mind that is Al to live upon the lessons it I ed in its youth soon grows old Rod Imusty To keep young it must be fresh and active that is abreast with the tines The old methods of thought and the old facts may have been correct enough once upon a time but that time has passed To r jaythey areobsolete and only amus inas rejcs of antiquity To re main yourig therefore one must Tkeep the storehouse of the memory clear of all such rubbish Throw away one of the mildewed relics every due and replace it with some newer fresher toad more uptodate factHere then 6 this New York Physicians secret of perennial youth in a nutshell Be temperate Dont be afraid to p go to sleep And keep up with the time It IS not aditlkult rule of life to 4 follow It is ever so much easier than wandering about strange lands in search of hidden springs It is somewhat pleasanter than stewing over illsmelling crucibles More over it has the advantage of being thoroughly practicable which makes trying Deafness Cannotbe Curod by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the t iI There is only one way to cure and that is by constitution al remedies Deafness is caused by t an inflamed condition of the mucous I Tubehi a rumbling sound OP imperfect hear ing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal con dition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases our of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing bucan inflamed condition of themu tcous surface I i Vc will offer One Hundred Dolt lars for any case of Deafnesscaused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Catarrh Cure Send for cir IHWIS free Cheney Co Toledo 0 j Sold by Druggist 7Gc- I Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation m x t 1 sttW Elephants Played No More r A circus once going round to some 4 of opt towns and among tho per l formers was an elephant that could play the piano Mhen the time cane for this to be done a piano was I brought into the ring and the ele pant just after The elepHantsatl 5tys WHO CANNOT BE CURED clnturyIsuch al no other remedy for the diseases and wtikneMW peculiar to women ever attained the proprietors and makers of Dr Pierce Prescription now feel fully warranted In offering to pay Ssoo In legal mousy of the United State for any cane of Lcucorrhea Ietnale Wealcneim Prolarmui or Hailing of Womb which they Qnnot cure AU they ask is a fair and Ireaonable trial of means of cure PrestriptionAlma RryanTreasureTMemphLCentury Club of ioj V DCT Rtrrrt Memphis TalL s a Ionic for overwrought nerve or when one M troubled with grarral Uwltud endaa Irritable knowing what the trouble is I was advised to use it by s roembtf of our Club mad the effect on me was truly wonderful Within Iwo week I was like a new woman I could tat and sleep a 0 I have not beet able to for months my ucrrea becnme prong mad the theIDont hesitate to write to Dr R chief consulting physician to the Invalidat nuffalotNVa fully qualified phyaician as to your per aonal good health Such letters are always confidentiallyAfor women in the past third of a century and being recommended by all 1bo c who have used it U a rood remedy Prucriptlntarn a particle of alcohol to destroy the blood corpuscles and weaken the system yourintelligencepound which he recommends as jus at good because he makes it Limelf- down on the stool and struck one noteImmediately afterward he gave aloud groan whereupon the manager come up andaddressing the audi nece said Ladies mill gentlemen the elephant has just discovered the tooth of his mother in owe of the keys and is overcome with grief so I will immediately telegraph for an other piano In the meantime w will proceed with the other part of the performance The Only Way There is one way of maintaining the health and strength of mind and burly except by nourishment There is no way to nourish ex cept through the stomach The stomach must be kept healthy pure and sweet or the strength will letdown and disease will set up No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath sour risings rifting indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles that art curable are quick ly cured by the use of Kcdol Dyspepsia Cure Kodol digests what you eat lull strengthens the whole digestive apparatus Z Wayne Griffin Bro Heres a Hunch There is nothing makes me so tired as to have a man forever trying to kiss me said the beautiful girl Thats right sided in her chum If I were a man and wanted to kiss a girl Id do it and have it over with This fooling around and trying to do it gets monotonous Fraud Exposed A few counterfeiters have lately been making and trying to sell imitations of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds and other medicine tnereby 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 lover 35 years A sure protection to you is our name on the wrapper Look for it on all Dr Kings or Bucklins remedies as all other are mere imitations H E Bucklin Co Chicago III and Windsor Can ada Z Wayne Griffin Bro Train and Track The total number of passengers carried by electric lines each year in the United States is fi83G000000r On the state railways in Germany the colors of the carriage are the same as the tickets of their respective classes Thus first class carriage are yellow second class green and third class white v The south has more railroadsin process of construction and seriouajy projected than all the rest of the United States Work is being done on 4766 miles of new railroad in the south and on 2734 miles in ttip balancepf the country ca TOFirAStan th The Ilnd You Hue A waYs Bang- ABlgaatare fit tlt tIiP YELLOW FEVER MOSQUITO Experiments Show Tbat it is tbeI Only Means by Which DiseaseI is Transmitted The following now while yellow fever is so prevalent in Louisiana is ofspecial interest The whole effort of those who are combatting the yellow fever is di rected against the mosquito There is appearantly one variety of mosquito responsibly for the scourge This is the Rte omyia fasciatr The germ of yellow fever has never been described but the experiments of America physicians have demonstrated that the mosquito is able to carry his germ The experiments which were conducted in Cuba in 11100 in volved the highest degree of heroism as well as of scientific research on the part of the investigators for Dr Carroll and and Dr Lazear both allowed themselves to be bitten by infected insects in order to demonstrate the truth of the mosquito theory and Dr Lazear died from the fever thus deliberately contracted The investigations proved that yel low fever is transmitted only by the bite of a mosquito infected by biting u sick person within the first three days of an attack and that the insect is daugerous only after an in terval of twelve days following its ingestion of virulent blood The in ference is that the germ disappears from the blood of a fever patient on the fourth day of the disease and that it requires twelve days to go through the cycle of development necessaryto make it dangerous The transmission of yellow fever is thus closely anologous to the pro pagation of malaria In the latter case the mosquito that conveys the disease parasite is of the anaphol variety which is commonly active only between sunrise and sunset It requires from seven to fourteen days for the parasite after it has entered the mosquito to reach an infectious age of development While there are still a few who doubt the mosquito theory it has been so fully demonstrated that all men of science now accept it fully Take Kodol After Eating After a hearty meal a dose of Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack or Indigestion Kodol is R through digestant and a guaranteed cure for Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomech Weak Heart Sour Risings Bad Breath and all Stom ache troubles Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Vain Hopes Markley He tells me he expects to take two weeks vacation at the seashoreBorroughsYes but hewont do it Markley why wont his boss let him of- fBorroughs0 yes but hes count ing on paying his way with 50 I owe him Pleasantly Effective Never in the way no trouble to carry eaSy to take pleasant and never failing in results are DeWitts Little Early Risers These famous little pills are a certain guarantee against headache biliousness torpid IKer and all of the ills resulting from constipation They tonic find strengthen the liver Cure Jaun diceSold by Z Wayne Griffin IBro A Elevator KHtmaii Citylonrnal1 An Italian engineer Signor Jelpo has invented a submarine elevator for raising wrecked vessels The invention was recently put to a prac tical test with complete success in the Bay of Naples where a stoner laden barge sunk a couple of years ago and lying at a depth of about 50 feet was brought to the surface with ease The weight lifted was about 60 tons The apparatus c- onSUPPORT SCOTTS EMULSION Mm u a bridge to tarry the wwkMed old starved iy tem along unM It can find firm support In ordinary load send lot 1m aanpaa SCOTT BOWNE CaavUta 4091 5 Peatl Street Nsw York Soe and lo01 alt ruaoIa I sists of compressed air chambers of canvas mid wire each equal to a lifting capacity of 60 tons and it is possible to attach as many of then as may be necessary after calculat ing the weight to be lifted All the port authorities witnessed the experiment and warmly congratulated the engineer Gibraltar is Crumbling The public is not aware that the great Rock of Gibraltar is tumbling downthat its crumbling rotting masses must he continually bound together with huge patches of tin sonary andcement Yet they who sail past Gibraltar cannot fail to notice on the eastern sldpe of the fortress enormous silver colored patches gleaming in the sun These patches in some cases HO or 40 feet square are the proof of Gi braltars disintegration Of thick strong cement they keep huge spurs of the cliffs side from tumbling into the blue sea Sea Captains crushing in tit Medterranean say that Gibraltar ha has been rotting and crumbling for many years but that of late the disintegration haf gone on at a faste rate than theretofore They say that the stone forming this imposing cliff is rotten stone and that in a little while them phrase the strength of Gibraltar will he meaningless Grave Trouble Foreseen It needs but litte foresight to tell that when your stomach and liver are badly effected grave trouble h ahead unless you take the proper medicine for your disuse as Mrs John A Young of Clay N Y did She says I had neuralgia of the liver and stomach my heart wa weakenedand I could not eat I was very bad for a long time but in Electric bitturs I found just what I needed for they quickly relieved and cured me Best medicine for weak women Sold under guarantee by Z Wayne Griffin Bros druggist at 50c a bottle Quarters and ThirteenISuperstition seems the mental composition of everyone and it commonly centers to a rooted antipathy to the number thirteen The first of the teens has had to stand for many an action that was ridiculous and yet there is hardl any person who would sidestep an inch or mournfully rail at fate should he spy a silver quarter dol lar on the sidewalk In fact hi would only be too eager to place it gently in his pocket Have you ever taken the trouble to scan closely this small piece of silver If you have not you may be surprised to find on the eagle side that there are 13 arrows in the bundle which is clutched in the left claw 18 laurel leaves on the branch in the other claw 13 stars at his head 13 letter in the Latin inscription E Pluribui Unum 13 letters in the words quarter dollar 13 stripes on the shield and on the front of the silver piece are 13 stars surrounding the Liberty head and 13 leaves irt Lib ertys crown This array of 13 ig in commemoration of the original II States which comprised the Unicn Despite its many thirteens the quar ter is not considered unlucky Dangerous and Uncertain ForSunburntetter and all skin apt scalp disease DeWitts Witch Haze Salve has no equal It is a ccrtair 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 bj the use of the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo Accept no sub stitute as they are often dangerous and uncertain Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro State Lines Nebraska has the greatest member of distinct varieties of native pus ture and hay grasses of any State in the Union South Carolina is making a me thodical and hopeful effort to divert the stream of immigration to her territory The State has about 14 000000 acres of unoccupied land and desires new white blood to develop the fields and mines The departmentof vital statistics reports a total of 6789 deaths in the State of New Hampshire during 1904 Reckoning the population at 426188 the death rate is 1594 to the thousand The year 1902 is the only one in the past twenty which makes a better shoving vsttJ n The Kind You Havo Always Bought anti which has been In use for oer 30 years has borne the signature of tw has under per sonal supervision since infancy no one deceive in this All Counterfeits Imitations awl uJustnlgootI arc but Experiments that trifle with mid endanger the of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Costorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare s gone Drops mill Soothing gyrnps It is Pleasant contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness cures Diarrhoea and Wiud Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Dowel giving healthy natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe 3Iotlier Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS S9 Bears the Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CINT1UM COKMIIV TT MURRAY IHCIT new P 1OAaCRVli iHarris Positive Pile Cure 1The Biggest Seller of the Age SWhy rurrx ronililrtdj nnil nt umv Itrelleretthepnoaofalltiugdeath I Allcnfcuut rilfnvniilmcnrrd liv u nrnlcil opfrMlon lnt huuwonld rather ban IMIcii p cnrdwilboutthnknlle I1AUKIK IOKITIVK rilGCCIli will dn It Madeonlybytbe- Lrltchald rimrniHirilfo Inri Forenltliy J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky 0 0 0 0 BUSINESSmau or young woman win would win success in life This being conceded it is ol importance in got ynur training at the schools that stand in the very front rank BRYANT STRATTON Business College N E Cor Second Walnut Sts Louisville Ky BOOKKEEPING Seven experienced teachers each one a special SHORTHAND ist in his line Write for a beautiful boot giving TYPEWRI TING tMiiinnuinl from graduates occupying prominent liiiiti Il vr the United Suits it will be mailed to you FREE School open nl iltryear Stiiilcnn eau enter at any rimy E J WRIGHT President i STEVENS The anorgmd rllbWt of Fu RMnsad rpooaSVrldrVI u T iM dnrrlplkrtturare of Imnu atr OB Icbod almmituwYou ittonld baIstwo t Dt itaup to cover potU 1tEAOERslIInu for rrs ivt viurr cn Tin d U I Mat fn pptd- J STEVENS TOOL Co- P o Jioi ton CIIICOrEE FALLS MABS 08 A i TUB REPUBLICA- Ni i prepared to do I your Jnl rIII till go in first class mannerill t and been made his its Allow to you health It It and timid Hnlt IEDUCATION first and proper ARMS = It Low One Wy Colonist Rater Vin Big Four Route- To i CALIFORNIA I WASHINGTON i OREGONj I IDAHOMONTANA I UTAH and Intcrmcctiate territory TIcket ort time Mclt l toay IS For full information and particu lars as to rates tickets etc call on I agents Rig Four Route 01 ad I dress the undersigned WAHIIKX J JYNlH 0 11 T A- IltKtouatl Ohio a1IIATEM ilcutrul tgnt- Loulrllle KII 3Codol Dyspepsia CureI Digests what you eat v I ++++ I+ ++ ++ti FEMACURA I JUgv r nitlfi fnrYInuW aleau a art uo lbs market lint the only one that t bnapropt1hinipmolutrealgto4abgafrrforoilforut41Yemula Trouble I J FEMA IMU AIntltriIwinuouvlncethemtskrptkuyol Its almost miiI mmlutiii rnrullT ptiw r Mnjf oiljly tti IKITIIIFIUII rilAKMACAL t Ue Foriflltliy rJ H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky I ItttFi+tiitl + Mtot + ttid itiY t7et1areAv r Hartford Republican luo1 br the llnrtdinl IulilMilnKCoroimiij1N- COKPORAVEDI V K SMITH Killcor TEZErsxor so- Cumtrlax 94- ILough t7 z02FRIDAY AUGUST 18 REPUBLICAN TICKET UKlHESKXTATIVK CHARLES C BEARD I FOIL rutT1 Jrll41 W B TAYLOR lK COtNTV COfllT IlKKK W S TIXSLKY roi rorvTV ATTOUNRV- K M WOODWARD Ira SIIKKUT R B MARTIN FOR J JutOSCAR MIDRIFF riLPKMNTKNItKT OF ICliOOJiI JAMES M DEWEESU H1oilllIlt SAM W LEACH ron rJlXOK NATHANIEL tOXIEYI i ron COBOXER r JEROME AIIRNIt FOR I IIl1rtfUrolIHolrltSCh t CrnmnrJI IRtrktw llIlIrreIa Suljlmr SprluKu 1 4 IOfdIII 11Ilrkt IIIIk FOR CONSTABLE 1 harttinl I l trtfI H nMBH- dmlwell Dlitrirt K M YOMHir S n nlphiir sSprliiKu IlIotrlIWII Mldklff 4 IonliTlllo IllntrkttII1dea-a llnforilDlitrlrt II I Wi ttriMi1 ft IVntertoxn ll trlrt W II nun 7 ftuekpurtUItrtrtJataePlarkExamine paper if it is not correct notify us HOCH has procured a new lawyer He now wants a new trial and a new verdict IT would require quite a venture some yellow fever laden mosquito to light on Governor Vardaman while in action I IT is announced that a washing ton woman is to give up preachin- to be married Some of them begin preaching after marriage IT IS urged that the Jays would make excellent poker players They have proven to be firstclass at playing their hand under the tableI TilE only way Kentucky can get even with Illinois for the latters defiant quarantine is to deny Miss IIIiI nois the privilege of playing in her mint patch Cou HENRY WATERSONS firs public statement on arrriving at hi s Louisville home from his European visit was I have not forgotten how to mix a mint julip DONT be confused when you read the headlines in the Taggart divorce suit It is not Tom Taggart of In dianapolis suing the Democratic party for separate maintenance IK TilE Russians win a single point in the peace negotiations envoys Witte and Rosen will be received n their return home as the greatest warriors and statesmen of the age IT is reported that a Pittsburg banker has invented a machine that will make forty pies a minute Now if some doctor will invent some device to digest them the combina tion will be quite valuable TilE Hartford Herald obstinately refuses to repeat what it had to relative to the third term in officeI and the Democratic partys opposi tion to it when Judge Owen was a candidate for the nomination for the third term SKVKKAL weeks have passed since we invited the committee whose du ty it is to contract for the build ing of the iron bridge across Rough river at Ambrose Ford to how when and where the letting o 1thecontract would occur But as f yet they have made no response Why this silence There is no use playing your hand under the table Why not come up with the clean thing The building of this is not a private affair at leastbridgeI be paid for out of the public i Then why not have some publicity about The people of the county de mand to know more about the iron bridge building Will the gentle men who have the information give it out We invite you again todo so EVERY time we are reminded that the present managers of the coun tys fiscal affairs have paid oil StlS i 000 of the countys indebtedness in the past seven years we cannot re frain from asking what has become of the balance of the 81480 i which has been collected from the people of Ohio county during thati time in excess of what was coli in the seven years preceeding that It has been said that figures tlo no lie Follow them then and see they show From 1890 to 1895 inclusive when John P Morton was i County Judgeand the only period in the of the county when the- Hepublicnn party has been in even partial control of the countys fiscal affairsthere was collected 11JaJII fw as county revenue while from 1S97 to 1901 inclusive during Jas P Millers term of office there has been collected as county revenue 224SJKU1 just 8143906 more than j during Mortons term They say they have paid off So000 debts Conceding that they have which we j not what have they done with shouldlhaweI Program of Farmers Meeting The following program has been i prepared for the first meeting of the i Ohio county Farmers club which will convene here on the first Monday in j September j 1 A paper an settling wheat J j P Foster To lead the discussion L C ParkI2 A Paper on best variety and best method of seeding grass Alex Bell To lead the discussion R H I Stevens 3 Free discussion on the best de velopment of bottom landIRespectfully submitted by the committee W P Render A B I Tichener J P Foster Alex Bell h and E G Austin Every farmer in Ohio county ilI earnestly requested to be present at IISecretarOhio County Farmers Club CASTOnzAi11oo1TttgBtstutarrd oBEDA Aug ills Misses Lydia anti Stella Ward attended the Chautauqua at Owensboro last week Business is very good in our town On account of Quartely meeting at Beech Valley Rev Moorman did not preach at Mt Herman Sunday Mrs Burnyce Dodson who has been attending the Bryant S Stratton Louisville is visit 1ftBennettWalter Parks Sutherland is the guest of his Father W Q Parks Quartly meeting Convened at the M E church Wednesday anti ThursdayMessers Daily and Mosley Plea sant Ridge spent Sunday afternoo- in our town The Leitchfield Presbyterry meat the CP Church last week a large numbers of Ministers and Delegates being present Misses Clara and Ethel Bennet- accompanied by Messrs Greer and Henry Pirtle attended I services at Washington Sunday Rev Moorman preached at the M E Church Sunday night L D Bennett went to Utica Mon day on business- P rof Carson will begin his school here Monday Born to the wife of Owen Chinn the 6th inst a g- irlHoods Sarsaparilla is mKpiestiona bly the greatest blood and liver medicine known0Itpositively and permanently kwfmor from It isI the BestIBleed Medicine I 1 THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Source Over the CountryBrief Items Many people are said to be leuvini Marion Inc because of a prophe c by Mrs Viola Pownell that the city is soon to be destroyed Statistics collected in Washiiitftoi show that the exports of manufacture in the fiscal year just closed amounted to 5i gO297 the berg icst on record R A great deal of work is in piogres in the Kentucky oil fields the hulk of the drilling being in Wayne and Wolfe counties count is countietin the matter of production A R Chairman T P Shouts uf thi1 Panama Canal Commission stabs in ian interview that the severest task otItc men who will be necos iry in build ing the canal R President Roosevelt has cabled Secretary Taft definitely that no exI s sslell of Congress would bt calj ed this year The meisaRc was i by Secretary Taft Wednesday at a luncheon and was received with ap I plause by the congressional members of the party R R R Superintendent of Compulsory Education Bodine of Chicago created a mild sensation at the convention of factory inspectors at Detroit by declaring that the of women children and machine luoorI has driving the men out of the to fields of heavy manual labor Rnt j that women would be the ruling g9X indnstry a The officials of the Marine Hospi tai service at work in New Orleans I while unwilling to be quoted are known to entertain hopeful views otI yellow fever situation The re salts achieved to date an said to meet their expectations They be ere that the high water mark in j new cases of the plague was reached i Saturday and that there will he a gardual decline in the number shown in the reports from day to day The decrease in the number of new sub j brought to light is considered particularly encouraging j i WH1TESVILLE I August 1GMiss Ethel Cundillof j Louisville is the guest nf Mrs Livia Cecil this week I Miss Carrie McCarty returned from Owensboro Sunday evening where she visited relatives and at tended the ChautnuqUH HartIfordfew days visit to relatives here I Misses Sue M Moeeley Edna Birkhead and Martha Kittinger re turned Sunday from the Chautau quaMr Cleve Her passed through here Thursday enroute to his home in HartfordMiss Wedding returned home Thursday from Owensboro where she visited friends and at tended the Chautatiquu I Messrs 0 Hickey Chas McCarty and Lltse attended the Sundayn ttsee A P Thomas baby Mrs Fannie Simpson has broken returnh home Sunday after a visit to friends in Owensboro and attending the Chautauqua Mrs Wm Fuqua died at her home Tuesday and was buried in the St Vary Catholic cemetery Wednesday She leaves a husband and several smallchildren to mourn her loss Mr C L Obenchain attended the Chautauqua Sunday Newman Birk Owensboro where us Tuesday in the interest of the home telephone company- P H Haffey attended Columbus day at the Chautauqua Tuesday HartfordIr of Misses Stella and Vary Wedding awhileD A P Brooks and wives gone to Terre Haute Ind on visit to Mr and Mrs Will John sonMrs DrJ So Knox has gone to 1r I AyersFeed your hair nourish it give it something to live on Then it will stop falling and- y will grow long and heavy Ayers Hair Vigor is the only HairVigor hair food you can buy For 60 j years it has been doing justI what we claim it will do will not disappoint you Mr hair rued to I req east llut after udug Ayrra lUIr Ylnum hmt unfit M KIII to w now It to fmnlnu nrthe Inng remit I no after being alnlassolasswtthnrlam hale Ctlotmlu XlTlURi Colo fI m a IxltllO JtATKHIflAllilrii elt tti K fortwllt Short Hair Beaver Dam ti visit here rotherMr W R Cook and family lieu Brooks atttikti tilt Chan tauqua SunlaIMr4 Millie Meslun went b OwI unsboro Tuesday i Eenter Business Universityi And secure a position Write fur catalog now Address lie H Cherry Howling Green Ky x TUXES W HUE I We hove received tilt ta xr Igyohnull are now ready toI receipt you for your tnxe iI Please will nt your earliest I convenience und pay ooa 1111I I or tine of my deputies willI lie at the following places on j the date mentioned tool you HalUilrclliII Baizetown Saturday August In IHOril Branch Saturday August liii Tuesday September B Cromwell Tuesday August 2H Wysox Thursday August 21 Olaton Monday August as Shultrtown yeptembr r IIISulphur Springs Saturday AUII slat 5 IBufIIIISaturday August 2fi I Saturday August 15 Bells Run Monday August 11 Hefiin Thursday August nIRockport August ID i C nturU wn August 2f Smallhouse August 25 Ceralvo August 2S Point Pleasant Wednesday Au gust 28 McHenry Saturday August 12 Fordsville Saturday August ills and every Saturday thereafter Narrows Thursday August 21- Deanfield August 2St Herbertllednesday August Ho Shreve Tuesday September i Magan Thursday August 1Halph Friday September 1 I can pay your tuxes at the Beaver Dam Blink Will be at Hartford every lily 1L P KKOX tll1tyIHartford College Hartford Ky Old Well EstablisliBdReliable It has educated more successful men and women than any other in stitution in this part of the State Its graduates are numbered among the prominent men and woman of every honorable profession trade industry and calling in life Three fourths of the teachers of Ohio coun ty have raceived training within its wallsBusiness Department The Business Department will he conducted by Miss Nettie Rogers who after graduating in a business college with the highest honors was elected to a responsible position in a business college in West Vir ginia which position she resigned to come here She will also teach by correspondence First Term Opens Sept 405 Third Term Opens Jan 1606 Expenses are as low or lower than in any other first clags institution Catalog free Address L YeBRAY President 1 7srrsssesrrcsossossssssoEPBARIVESBRO z 0 Stoves Stoves oe Tin most essential to satisfactory houseolaopin is soiiutliiiiu to cook toll an O Koak SStovo to cook it on Its a pleasure to yet a meal on one Irof the O K Jewels The bucks lint five year All the fire box linings will last mueh longor than any other makv of stove ICasy to oporato anti an ornament to your kitcheniGIRLS dont you agree to marry any man until ho promises to lids for your kitchen an O K make of tnXOr K STOVES AND RANGES ALWAYS IN STOCK Wagons Wagons 1 The hauling season is here and many of youywill find yourselves confronted with the lI cl of buying a new wagon 11o are in a position to serve you well in this ling Having all sues in Low and High Wheels of the Old Hickory lainrTennessee Wagons If you are in uectlof a Wag i on or hurt nine to see us We will certainly mako it interesting for you Beaver Darn KYti OOAL 41 4 LONG COMPANYS 41 4 SPEOIAI S FUR ti 4 4 Friday and Saturday I 4 August 18th and 19th = 41 It I Choice of 100 Shirts Mo each 50c 75u and X100a 4q valucHt41 of 100 pair of Shoes + 100 per pair No fj fake See thom 4 All Canvass Shoes at cost Now is tho time = 4o Any pair Low Cuts in tho house at cost Iont I miss this I 41 Ono lot Ladies and Childrens Slipper lioico50e bit 4rlny Straw Hat in our housu for 2fw each SOc t fIi 75c SI and 125c values i 9 btfIi49One lot 5c Calicoes and Lawns 3c I Ono lot lOo Lawns sale price Oc 9 4j Any Gingham in house 8c beautiful patterns on bit = hand Jfe- I Any pair Overalls in tho house for 765 Dont bit = overlook this 9 4 J j 9Friday4 are the Irtrvcam if you dont lookover the bargain if= counters the above dates mentioned = STORSEfIiWW WWWW WW 5W W Jr w rtine H k 4 4 tBARGAINS ii MISSED ii When you fail to attend t- t FAIR COS t BIG t OC SALE j J Today and Tomorrow ti 5 Come early the Crowd will tl t be here 4 Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 18 MUnolo CantralRallrondTlmoTabla North Him ml NOIa7tin107 n in No 1JuISdOpnI- no 102 lnti7pin Siuilli llnnnil- So 121 riallM w So la1 due 2M p u- Sn111 tine 40p In =JVMTIlK Till IWIUIIIHAN will print lr r ol nArK f Mnnory Nnller Ot lilHrlm lle iilnllonii of RrM rl Hie loiho extent ol 1n0 word Allover Hint mnonnl we cliwrne form Inn rntr ol Ic per ward rh In i dv ncr Article III rnres nl MO words will becite flown to rrqnlrnl limit nnl- enunglsent wllli itmnn crlil Pn etv3 Ic n word in curl lnilanri Burial Caskets for sale by P L Wood Ceralvo Ky42t12 Try that Vegetable Soup at City Restaurant So good Mr Will Howell Smallhous called tosee us last Saturday City Restaurant for Ice Cream and nil kinds of Cool Drinks Mr L B Loney McHenry was a pleasant caller Tuesday Bring yours Eggs Feathers and Chickens to Carson Co Cheese Sausage Crackers and Cakes at City Restaurant Come to Carson Co for Summer Clothing at reduced prices MvJT C Bean Sulphur Springs was avery pleasant caller Tuesday Mr J A Bilbro Hell hi was a pleasant caller Monday I u Mr S P Moore Ceralvo was a pleasant caller Wednesday i oL IHon A B Tichenor Matanzas to see us Wednesday IIf you owe us why not bring it along when you come to court next week For Scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College apply at this office City Restaurant will be loaded with good things during Circuit Court Esq John hL Graham Narrows was a very pleasant callerlast Sat urday I Notice the reduction that we are making on our Low Cut Shoes CARSON Co My isnt that Fresh Fish at City TroutIMondayIfromSprings I Remember that our reduction onI Lawns and Organdies continues until I August 4 CARSON Co I ISee our line of 150 Shoes for Ladies from the Peters Shoe Co at Economy Store LONG Co Mrs J B Maddox and two chil dren Centertown were the guests of Mrs C E Smith yesterday Mr Shelby Taylor Crawley La who is the guest of relatives in the C bv sty callloRgeuyeterday h Iy u j Mr John M Hudson Beaver Dam j called to see us yesterday Mr John B Maddox Centertown called to see us yesterday We have a good lot of Gents Shirtings and Percals CARSON Co Mr and Mrs Virgil Ranney are the proud parents ota fine eight pounds girl born Wednesday The date for holding the Ohio County Fair has been changed to Oc tober 11 12 18 and 14 Mrs John C Thomas returned Monday from an extended stay at the Owensboro Chautauqua If you want Lawn Dress Goods at thirtyfive per cent less than their real value visit Carson Co u Messrs Rowan Holbrook and S A Anderson were in attendance at the Owenshoro Chautauqua last Sunday Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt LaunIdryMr Sam P Taylor Cromwell has accepted a position as office deputy with County Court Clerk M S Rag landSoda Water Lemonade Pop Coca Cola Orange Juice Cherry Phosphate Soda Cream c at City Res taurantRev D Stevens will preach at Green River Baptist Church at 11 oclock a m the fourth Sunday in this month Mr L H Condi Matanzas and his friend Mr Paul from the State of Oregon were very pleasant callers WednesdayMiss Bach Chicago III and Miss Sarah Bach Louisville are the guests of Mr and Mrs Sam Bach City Prof L N Gray left Monday night for a business trip through Arkansas and Texas He will return in about two weeks We are continually getting in something new in Neckwear for the Ladies See our line now at Econo my Store LONG Co Just arrived from the Peters Shoe Company 3 pretty new styles In Pat ent Leathers for the young Men at Economy Store LONG Co Uncle Pap Foreman served bar becued mutton dinner to a few of his friends last Sunday which was highly enjoyed by those present Mrs M L Heavrin was in attend ance at the Owensboro Chautauqua and the guest of relatives at Owens boro from Saturday till Wednesday Miss Edna Sauermam who has been the guest of Miss Stella Warner for the past several days return ed to her home at Louisville Tuesday Miss Maggie Marks who has been- the guest of relatives at Calhoun- and Owenshoro for the past few weeks returned to her home herelast SaturdayDont forget that our line is com plete in new Prints PelccalsCheviots Brown Linens Ginghams Etc ask to see them at Economy StoreLONG Co The ice cream supper given at the residence of Dr E B Pendleton Wednesday night under the auspicies of the Ladies of the Maccabees was largely attended and highly enjoyed Miss Nettie Rogers has accepted the principalshlp of the Business Department of Hartford College Miss Rogers has a splendid reputation as a teacher of Shorthand and Type writing as well as other commercial branches FOR SALE 100 acres of Iand70acres in high state of cultivationlying op posite the Ohio County Fair grounds Also one house and lot in Hartford For price and terms call on CAL P KEOWN tf Hartford Ky Every man owes it to himself and his family to master a trade or pro fession Read the display advertise ment of the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy in this issue and learn how easy a young man or young lady may learn telegraphy and be assured a position Prof and Mrs Je Berry of Whitesville were the guests of Mrs Berrys parents Mr and Mrs W B Render the first of the week They len yesterday for Springfield Tenn where Prof Berry is employ ed as principal of the school at that place alty q Tvfcs Warren G Benton formerly of Hartford died at her home at Mt Washington Ohio Monday She is survived by a husband and two sons Mr Ernest Tvveddell city and Miss Dora Dodson youngest daugh ter of Mr J B Dodson Buford eit ped to Springfield Tennessee Sunday where they wire married Mon day they returned Tuesday WANTED Information as to tho address of John W Bryant or heirs if he is dead He served in Co BI 26th Kand he was probably born in Ohio County Small recovery can probably be made Address Harvey j Spalding Sons Washington D Ci Mrs Mary E Bidwell died at her home near Matanzas last Sunday I morning after a lingering illness ex tending over several months Her mains neq1cncerelatives IuMrs Eldred May a sister of H jn C M Crowe City died at her home near Maxwell last Wednesday Aug ust 9th of typhoid fever Her re mains were interred in the family burying ground next day in th presence of a host of friends relatives andI Mr John T Smith died at hiss home at Fordsville Wednesday after I a lingering illness extending over several months After funeral services conducted under the auspides of the local Masonic lodge his re mains were interred in the Fords ville cemetery the next day Mr Leslie Cooper and Miss Pelle Woerner two of Hartford most prominent youug people were unit ed in mariage at the Rudd House Owenshoro at 1 oclock P M Tuesday They arrived at home in Hartford Wldnesdayevening Till RK PtiRUCAN extends congratulations Mr Karl Anderson and Miss Ber die Woodward were in attendance at the Owensboro Chautauqua the first of the week returning Tuesday Miss Nettie Anderson of the north Hartford neighborhood who has been the guest of relatives in Owens boro for the past several weeks re turned with thorn Dr S J Wedding tells us of a quiet curiosly affected chicken which was discovered in his yard a few days ago among this years brood It is just beginning to feather out well and during the day time is peart and lively but late in the af ternoon when the hen gets her brood together for the night this particular chicken goes into a kind ofstupor is unable to walk turns its head halfway around and appears almost lifeless When morning comes again he is all right and cannot be told from the remainder of the flock License to Wed The folliwing permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last report- C S Rice Horse Branch age 45 years to Caroline Bean Dundee age 18 years B F Zimmerman Louis ville age 32 years to Ella Lee Tay lor Hartford age 31 years Harry IE Baldwcll Beaver Dam age 22 years to Minnie II Taylor Beaver Dam age 18 years Clarence Gil strap Fordsville age 18 years to Effio St Clair Fordsville age 18 years a p HERBET Aug 15J B Chamberlain and wife attended the Chautauqua at Owensboro Thursday Arthur Ford and family spent Sun day with relatives at Etna Miss Elton Chapel of Webber is visiting her uncle Mr Will Stewart this week B H Givens and family visited Mrs Maggie Bartlett at Whitesville SundayAlfred Phillips of lEtna spent Sunday at Minor Reids Obe Burdell and family spent Sun day with friends at Pellville Several from this place attended Daviess county association which convened at Hampton last week I We are having more than our share ofrainMiss Baxter Miller who was ill last week is reported better Harry Givens made a business trip to Hawesville Wednesday Miss Annie Huff attended the Chautauqua at Owensboro Saturday I Miss Maude Good of St Louis is spending a few days at S G Mid J kiffs SHOE SALE ZETOIES ToDay and Morrow Only The greatest bargains in the swim on to 98andC Yours tOr Bargains Sam Bach208 Main S- faartEord may New Tinshop41Wheat your roof leaks or you need Gut Roofing and Repairing telephone C No 00 day or night O H AVade the practical btinner will do your work right and brae 4cheap in a firstclass manner tIl the largest size redipped tin Dish b- tfi Pan for G5c heaviest 2 gallon Tin Bucket t 4with lid on outside for 35c and down Dip bt pen for 5o up Buckets of all sizes from 10o 41 up lain theyare good Pans Buckets and by 11 Cups of all sixes from 5c up Call andsoo b 13 my line of Tinware It will pay youbiit be Reaectm113rbs EIWE DO JOB PRINTING CHEAP TELEPHONE GROWTH The Cumberland Telephone aC Telegraph Company btu issuedstatement of its business for the month of July and the increase in the number of subscribers is shown ns follows Number telephones July 1 19051905130582Nu- mber added during month 3671 Nuntb rdiscontinuedx 2011 Net increase 752 Total telephones July 31 1905 131tJ4 1- i 1Vrws rS4w uai iCr + ha n6tLX ftKcl j MODERN PIRATES PARADISE His Sea Robbery Flourishes Alcng China Coast In the Vicinity of Canton Delta Piracy flourishes in the Canton delta and along the China coast in that vicinity The last report of the British consul general at Can ton has an interesting storyof this modern piracy During the past year there were half a dozen serious attacks on British steam launches Chinese passenger launches and boats are frequently held Up and plundered Complaints arc made to the local au thorities but nothing is really done to protect trade Even with in the precincts of the harbor pli rates and roblwrs plunder and loot with impunity The people are left to protect themselves as best they may surd such is their fear and dread of having anything to do with Chinese authorities that no man whatever his grievance or wrong will readily yen tare to apply to the magistrate for assistance or redress This insecurity of life and prop crty tells seriously against all de velopment of trade From the silk districts conic repeated com plaints of blackmailing by local j bandits Foreign goods sent into the interior under transit passes are pirated and only in one single instance after IS months of argu ing and battling with the officials has H foreign consul succeeded obtaining the recovery of a illI article 3 and the arrest of a men who the magistrates gravely says are thcculplitllIIn one case a Hongkong junk was pirated and the cargo landed in broad day light under the enz of the local officials by the vilillJ1 ers yet nothing was done and no redress could b obtained The Kwangsi rebellion which has taxed all the resources of the pro vincial government to suppress was the direct outcome of rrrup tion and eculation Lft with out food and pay the soldiers of I Marshal Su took to the hills and started an insurrection LIVING IN HOUSTON TEXAS Gotham Publication Has Unique Ideas of Life in the Western Metropolis The New York World describe the Houston Tex customs in the following paragraphs In the principal hotel sixshoot ers may be checked with the hat and gloves before entering the diningroom All the women take one sfdr of Main street and all the men the OtherIn the very heart of the stork oiintry it is impossible to obtain 11OIlIlIalto L5 rents according to the der i gree of dilution by winter All the men smoke cigarette made by themselves out of the cheapest tobacco and rice paper SuHron linger tips are the vogue When it rains the skies are OKII and hightop hoots are a neces Pity Tho young tuna who goth ailing in the rainy season may change his footwear before enter hag There is no such thing as a porch to the nattyeof Houston What might be the same thing anywhere ilsc is termed a gallery I Hot biscuit for breakfast and rise for dinner ami supper and lunch are staple on every table Diminutive pepjKr berries go with everything Sidewalks are a missing quanti ty lntil recently they were counted an extravagance All UIH street cars have com partunetuts for colored passengers A movable screen separates the sections Jt is so arranged that no negro may sit in front of white passenger 1I The Boots of Isalnh Jacob 111lull till mttic shoemaker once wrote a jmlllI jhlet which he called HeflectioiiH on till Treatise of Isaiah Stiefel One of UMimes biographers had never heard of thin t theologian heiI bout and he was further mis led by the fact that Bochmc was a cobbler as well as a philosopher So he made a brilliant shot and S vjioke ofthe pamphlet in question 11 as Boehmes Reflections on the Roots of Isaiah In this guise it passed into several catalogues Lucky Doctor In France it Is not only the tin educated who plunge in the Ruht lie lotteries They are patronized by all clauses and a Calais doctor has just found Dame Fortune store kind than he was ever likely to find Aesculapius His 1m 1111I is Dr Hue and he took a whole ticket in the last issue ofPanama lottery bonds He has just re ceived notification that he has drawn the grand prize of 20000 Dr Hue WILl chief surgeon to the hospitals of ColnlRIENGLISH FLOWER GARDENS First Man to Show That They Had Rights Was John Parkinson Poet and Writer i The first man who defended thetflower garden as having un IndIpendent right to exist was Iarkiuson relates Harpers plug azine Until his time everybody hud made excuses for the cultivation of llowers as if they were an agreeable but frivolous addition the serious business of fruit Ito medicinal herbs and kitchen produce Parkinson who was burn in 1557 was an ajothecary by trade and he had a garden in Long Acre where nothing green j er or fresher than coachbuilders showrooms is cultivated now lIeiI was the earliest to lay town that t t there were four kinds of line ticultural inclosures namely oIpleasant tumid delightful lowers Iof kitchen herbs and roots of sine plesaudof fruit trees and that the I Hrst of these must be lnld to be less honorable than the others eOllllldPIahttjsh flower garden introduced ixrhttirs j interestedtion A great deal of thought laud ti Ise expended upon the border lag it was usual to edge the grass- plots with thrift and when flow ers were first grown in open beds germander wits used to border j them This was a little shrub Teucrium from the rocky shores of the Mediterranean with gray j ish violet blossoms it could hII trained to make a dwarfhedgo and it had a pleasant faint scent Germander however soon went out of fashion because it was sol dillicult to keep it neat and trim Great value was then set on strongly perfumed plants such as IIsllgeParkinson wrote his 1aradise in Sole a generation later the latest invention for edging beds was white or bluish jKbldes set up in lines ROBERT BURNS IN EXCISE Tnle of How Scottish Woman Fooled Him When He Tested Quality IofHer Liquor rllfllllllillIca pacity as excise titan Old Jean I Davidson kept a small whlIrIshop and was suspected ting mote fresh water into his liquor titan was needful or lawful Burns accordingly carne with his apparatusandat once detected tilt it regularity Now Jean ma woman ho said I canna ink this i to Dumfries this nicht tis ower late But Ill seal it wl tinkings j tlllIIIIlIrnlnhugietitt fetched the er who removed a ilIl1JlIIIPI barrel timid bored a which the adulterated liquor was drawn oil thud stun of regulation I strength poured in Then the hoop was retixed and lean with 111 bravo heart awaited the ganger In the morning up came linens to claim the keg One minute Mr Horns said Joan sweetly Ye might jest ttHt that whisky I to convince me since I canna see how I could lave Inen makiu sic a mistake It means breaking the kings seal said Burns hut Ill just fix on anotherI So the sample was taken and tested and of course was found to be all right Hums was bewil tiered Was there aught wrang wi me Jennlast nicht he asked Weel Mr Burns tis na for me to saywool I just thochtye were I fully sweet wi yen wee tester J AUSTRALIA DIVORCE MECCA More Divorces There Than in Most Countries But Average Is by Far Less Divorces in the Australian says United States Con ash Godiugat New Castle NSW tire more numerous than iu most of the countries of the world though the average is fur below that reached in the United States The number is particularly large in Victoria told New South Wales whore the facilities for procuring divorces are greater tiara they are in tho other states Since the pass hi of till Shiels act of ISIO which made desertion for three years aground for divorce in Victoria divorces have averaged over Ion per annum the greatest number being itl In 1JI02 and the lowest r in IfUi The total for the I- tlll1SJUIIIt was lLOand till av per 100011 marriages for tie period 18i16 1K2 was 1254 In countries where divorce laws are in force this record is only sur passed by those of Germany 155 France ISO Houmania 204 Switzerland 4U and the United States 512 divorces for every 10 000 nmrriagesIIn New South are much higher than they are in Victoria An act similar to tIll Victorian measure came 11110I force in New South Wales In 1I2 the numlK r of divorce decree ut once showed an increase an almost alarming increase in tillIquinquennial oriod number of divorces granted in Now South Wales was no fower I than 10S7 against 212 for th1 Kriod immediately preceding it This total gives an average of I 27215 divorces icr 10000 mar riages which is much more than double the average iu Victoria during the sumo yeas and is ox coded ooh by those for Switzer lived and the United States In tho period 181ilMI2 till number of divorces granted in New South Wales was 11575 an average of 2C84 per 10001 marriages the third greatest among all countries whore divorces ate in force BEAUTIFUL NATIVE TREES American Elm Should Be Planted When Soil Is Moist and Suitable Other Good Examples Probably the American elm would bo voted our most graceful and beautiful tree assorts the Lhautauquau It is certainly worthy of till attention whirl it has received It should he plant where till soil is suited to it stud whore there is an abundant moisture timid should be given a large space to develop its spread ing top Out other elms and the species which have come to us front Europe aro not so graceful I ii shajM but they have qualities placeyiniontain all available trees The maples are good trees es pecially the sugar maple and the Norway maple The latter is j er laps the most available orna mental tree that has come to us from Europe It sends its loaves and blossoms out very early in the season and retains its foliage un nil November It seems to delight in sandy soil The soft white or silver maple is a tree of very rapid growths but it is often condemned on account of the ease with which its branches aro broken by severe winds It is also very subject to the attacks of the maple scale but neverthe less it is a beautiful tree tend sometimes supplies just the foli age required to fOImo suit isfuse- tory picture The maples as all know are most attractive for the rods and yellows which they as shun in autumn Ash trees are graceful in shape nnr are admirable in every wiry with the exception that they area little tardy in showing their now growth in tilt spring and that they drop their leaves earlvin the fall Noted Architect The Prussian architect Gustav Ebo celebrated his seventieth birthday a few weeks ago The buildings which he began to erect in Berlin in 1874 formed a new ep och in the architecture of the German capital He was the first to use sandstone there as the favor ite material the first who carried out the architectural styIe in the inside decorations the first who infused a really artistic spirit into the building business Weeding Out Chiefs The sublime ports tired appar ently of continuous tlghtlug with till Albanians without obtaining any result seems to have adopted the more insidious plan of weeding out the chiefs Osmau Pasha oust of the most powerful chiefs in Albania lately arrived at Scutari ostensibly on a visit to the govi nor of the province Ho is stated to be really however in a condi tion of gilded exile and many other chiefs are believed to IK threatened with similar treat ment Woman as Reformer The average woman would rather marry a nuns to reform him than not to ho able to pose as nay sort of a reformer Chicago Sun BROTHER HAD NO FAMILY And for This simple Reason Poor Layman Could Have No Luxury- as Family Prayers It was at a certain church mttbig sued the good bishop was call ing for reports He had a rather stern sharp manner which some times jarred a little on the nerves of till more timid relates Harp et Magazine By and by ho came to Brother B a lay delegate Brother B what is the spiritual condition of your church demanded tIll bishop brisklyI it good said the is brother What makes you think it Is good WIll I on rise bishop Well the people are religious Thats what makes me think so What do you call religious Do they have family prayer Some of them do and statue do not Do you moan to say that a nine may bo a Christian and tint hold funnily prayer Yes sir I think so Do you hold family prayer Yes sir returned till brother ijuietlyAnd yet you think a titan nutty be a Christian and tint hold family prayerY I have a brother who is a bet tor man than I am who does not hold family prayer What makes you think he is a Netter man thou you are Evorybodv says so std I know he is 11cls not your brother if he is such a good tuna hold family putter thundered till bishop lit Los no family meekly an swered the brother HIS EDUCATION IN MUSIC Japanese Baron Tells How Youth Practiced on Piano While In strument Was Locked Barou Kanoko of Japan I y spending till summer in the Maine woods and the people of tho pie turesque Maine village of Harps well enjoy greatly his interesting comments on American life q dont know said Baron Kaueko one day that I nltogethi- I approve of the compulsory in struction hi music that is put upon American children If a boy or girl hUll an ear for music then cultivate it by all moans but dont try to make musicians out of all children indiscriminately and thus you will avoid such house bold conversation as one I over heard tIll other day I was on a train and a father tumid his young son sat near me The father said John do you practice regular lynn tIll piano while I am a way at business Yes firthor replied the ho t Every duty II Yes sit How long did you practice to dayV Three hours And how long yesterday Two hours and a half II Well Im glad to hoar that you are so regular Yes father II And the next time you practice he sure you unlock the piano Here is the key I locked the Instrument last week and I have been carrying the key in my pockel ever since OAsrOB1ABurl thetha Kind You KJW Await Boujb isc ve W S 1t If yg POPULAR Cheap ExcursionTo Niagara Falls Thursday Aug 17 1905 VIA Big Four Route Only 1050 Round Trip From Louisville Toronto Out Only 150 more than rate to Niagara Falls Alexandria BuyN Y Thousand Islands Only 700 more than rate to Niagara Falls Montreal Que f Only 1065 more than rate to of Niagara Falls kit Stopover allowed at Westfteldfor trip to Chautauijua Lake Tickets Rood returning twelve days including date of sale Elegant trains of Pullman Sleeping Cart and Superb Day Coaches personally con ducted by representatives of the Big Four who will look after the = wants of passengers These excursions need no intr duction to the public and the papa larity of the Kit Four the natural route to Niagara Falls via HulTalo well known Full information in pamphlet torts can be obtained from Hijr Four ticket allies S J OATEH 3en Ant- tOlllHVlllu K W j LYNCH O P Tr1 Cliicttiniitl O OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHKELEK WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer exceptional induce ments to someone who commands a I horse and wagon and can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker ca pabledevelopment into a permanent and profitable business VIHTE AT ONCE WheelerWllsonMfgCo 72 and 74 Wabash Awe CnICAGo BIG FOUR The Rest Line to Inclianapoiis IPeOria I V I Toledo II Detroit Cleveland Buffalo I I Now York j I I Boston I And all other points East i I Information cheerfully fur I nished on application at City Ticket Office Big Four No 25U Fourth avenue or write to IsJ GATES Passenger Dept II Louisville Ky II CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of I G MIUKXTT iSWUN tt BARNET SMITHrATrOUNEYSA1 LAW a IIAKIKMKII KY- Wlllimrtintlirlrirolfiilonlii nil llivrnurt Ohio mill ndJululuRlrruutlrnudlnlltlotllglrlde- NI rlnlnltrntlnnltlrenta nil bnrlnrvrtdturd 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Eacludrelf11rttyOU Slots Itnrt ow UnlU4 slay raMt OIDa WASHINQTON D C ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY INCUBIORllri The RoiiRh River Telephone Co is Independent owned and operated by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is constantly being ex Y tended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 eta 81 miles 15cts 45 miles 15 ets Kc W A CHANDLER Gen Mpr- Hartford Ky J W OBANNON Local Mgr Beaver Dam Ky r 1 l1rtiiJ RIDER AGENTS WANTED No Money Required mw bicycleWeanyone on en y G 1905 Finest guaranteed Models 91O tO 24with Coaster Brakes and Punctureless Tires vfefOBuntAny wilke or model yow trunt at oneMini usual jirrc Chulco of nny standard tires and beat equipment ou all our bicycles troilge6t guarantee Wo SHIP ON APPROVAL C0 D to any vatliken In tide by our Chicago retell stores tBfJ t wUall mnku nod malrl goal a OO NOT BUY k Wcycla until you lava eNtteniorour rAOTBHY PRIDe AND rate TIHAL OFFER TIe ourIIlgII fc PUNCTUREPROOF TIRES R vlar Jerloe Q5O per pair 751ruaSanyllORLS GLASS TACKS Pal for Only OUT WONT THE LET AIR x NO MORE TROUILE Irom PUNCTURES makingNoN6NAILlI TAOKSo OUiSS Serious bea 6PER PAI 1 EASY DURABLE SELF by tfn tor Catalogue T showing all kind and mike of the at too per pair aim CoaitrrUrakn llulltut VlivoU and Hlfyctri fundrlr at Half Ite irawaw p 1 Notice the thick rubUr tread A and JhCIU strip II and n Thus tire will outlet anyotllr mike HoU Klatlc and uy hiding We will ship C 0 D ON APPROVAL AND EXAMINATION tfitkoul I ml dtfoiit We win allow a each rfteovwnf of Sit thereby making the price UM per palrl It send fuHmmmh with ttrdmr Tire to be returned at our expene It not oat1stutory examination 9 I MEAD CYCLE CO Dept JL CHICAGO ILL Ii OUR CLUBBING RATES THK ItKiiriuirAN iinil Louisville Heml125-K rI ihiK ItKitHUPAX and Louisvillo Daily Herald 250 f Till KKruHUPAX and runrierJournal InO- THKi RKiiiiiMCAv and St Louis GlolwDoinocrat 175 4r THK llKtiMiiioAN and Homo and Farm 125- THK RKtumicAX and Lijipfncotts and Cosmoplitan tt25 THK UiviiMiucAX amlTwHroaWiHskOwonslwrolnquirer 175 IaN ItKriMiurAK and Daily Owunshom Inquirer 70- fTiiK ItHI IMU i PAN and TwiciaWeok Ohoro Messenger 175 S Q tiw www w mew wwwwww I I I PaiiolaThe Modern tonicII doge before each med will make you f dI i strung and well PASOtA has no for JnrHReatlnn DvsfxpflH e I Catarrh ol the Head Throat Slomch Bowels Lfvt ano Kidneys I A XvGrlppe and general debility Made by the LlKTCIlKIKLP PHAR I VRACAL CO Inc For sale by R IJH WILLIAMS Hartford Ky I ewwwwwwwwwwwwa + w+ 1Moro IJf DO YOU WANTd A Position that will pay you from 500 to 5OOO a year +2s That is what our graduates are demand ing for work Ve give the kind of training that founts front the start Increase Your SalaryBy taking a course in till OWKNSBOHO BUSINESS UNIVERSITY Term begins M Sept Jill Write today Address Owensbor Busines UniV lityoIOwensboro Kentucky JfI fII m m n r H VALUABLE PEARLY f Found Growing on the Back oe an EnormousTurtle Nan York nI Of all the persons in Coney Island last night no two were quite so h- apyg as Mr and Mrs Edward Morrison Hof Jamaica Bay for on Sunday Mrs Morrison caught a 57 pound loggerhead turtle at Rockaway Inlet and yesterday she found that the big lump on the creatures back t ISn pearl barnacle 100 years oldnnd worth 500 When Mrs Morrison and her husband heard this they started at once for Coney Island p- yL celebrate r Mrs Morrison who is afraid to look at the turtle again for fear it f may have diamond necklaceor a sunburst concealed is preparing a list of her friend to give then a turtle supper ur tie will attend the feast in a vbig e 4 RIDING STRONG HEALING FULLY COVERED PATENTS BEWARE OF IMITATIONS wve their mooden cage and the pearl mounted I will adorn the center of the table Mr and Mrs Morrison were out for weakfish at Rockaway lulet when there came a bite that almost pulled the hardy fishenvoman out of the boat She held on and her husband began to row for the shore An im mense turtle crawled out on the beach and tried to get away with the line but little Martha Morrison ran up and jimped on his back The three soon had the creature fasten ed in a rope cradle and then towed it to Canarsie Crowds went to J B Caseys land ing in Canarsie yesterday to get a limps of the big loggerhead According to all the old fishermen of the place the turtle was an injaut about 400 years ago or a short time after Columbus made his first visit to the United States r Quenched Enthusiasm sentirnentiallIlgirl rA on the jury in a beach o Iserved case Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed f1jr f fairs are requested to report to us any ommissions or correction of dates Hartford October 4 4 days Madisonville August 1 ft days Danville August 84 days Fern Creek August lli4Ilas Shepherdsville August IiioJ day siwrenceburgAugust lli4 day Vanceburg August 16 4 days GuthrieAugust 173 days ShelbyvllieAugust 222I days Springfield August 214 days NichoIasvilleAugust 2H II days Bardstown August ao 4 days Florence August 30 4 days Rlizabethtown September 5 15 daysGlasgow September Ii 4 days Kentucky State Fair September 181 days- Henderson September 2J Ii flay Falmouth September 27 4 lays Owensboro October 1P B days vatsTO aDw1 tl The KM Ton Nan Always BoufJ li6IAwt6n yeaSame Results Bill lies adopted a plan of dunning delinquents by telephone Jill With what results Hill Same results Everybody say Call again CALLED ISLE OF THE LOST Island of Saghallen Ii Known by That Name Because No Crim- Inal Ever Lives to Return Seventeen cents u day is said to lx the cost of Maxim Oorky the Itussian novelist to the Russian Koveriiuiunt for food Gorky was recently arrested mid immured in a solitary cell by the jjivfriiinint for his complicity in till Outbreak of the Koplc IK is luxuriously fed in comparison with the Rus sian political prisoners and crim inals on the Island of Sa lialiiii The allowance for these is seven and onehalf cents for the same period Saghulien is an attenuated is land lying oil the eastern coast of Siberia in the Sea of Okhotsk Russia lias used it us a penal col ony since ISIil Among the JHO pie of Russia it Is called the Isle of the Lost It is well named by theni Xo person who is sent to this island ever returns The gov C Ill II II II t apparent lydcsircsto add to this impression of hopelessness by preventing as far ns possible tiny description of the life lived there from reaching the jMople It would have an atmosphere of gloom hang over the island It would have exile to this forsaken spot mean the crossing of a yawp lug gulf into II world from which no word eau return lhlleafllltlH- pIlSllpJt is not wcvrtli the trouble of writing it Passport or no passport it makes no difference A few foreigners have hewn able to sjHMid a short time on the island in recent years It hits usually been dillicult to secure pictures of the life there Only those who are sentenced to penal service for life because READ THIS Milledgeville 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 by my home physicians with no ben efit Your Texas Womler has cured me anti I am satisfied it saved my life and I can cheerfully recom mended it to ladies suffering with kidney and bladder troubles Respectfully MRS ELIZA FROST A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of TexasWonder Halls Great Discovery sallkidI ney and bladder toublls4 remoVes gravel cures Siabetes seminal emis sion weak ahdlame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both n and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist willtpe sent bmail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two momhWtreatment and selI dom fails to cutU any ot the mentioned Solwby all dhi gistsy Dr E W HII 6e rllanufattur r Qf1PStreetI t for some great crime personal or political are sent to Saghallen The prisons are not great stone dungeons such us those to which the American is accustomed They resemble barracks or grellt wooden warehouses The stock ades around the portion devote to the incarceration of the most violent criminals if constructed around an orchard would only mid to the fun of stealing the apples for an American boy Leaving the jumpings firesso so not great The main prison is divided into three parts One is for the privileged convicts The work shops and cells for the best be haved prisoners are here The good conduct prisoners who are permitted to go outside in the day to labor occupy tits middle part The northern quadrangle is sur 11111ra tower nlostlesperateswear weighing 14 pounds All the pris oners are kept there through tho lust year of their incarceration As capitol punishment is not a part of Kussias criminal code many of the prisoners ore murder ers who hive l een sent there to re main for lifelll the servants of the otllcers are criminals AFTER READING NEW NOVEL Some Questions It Might Occur to the Reader to Ask Concerning Features of Story Why did the town nestle among the hills asks Toot Massou in LlfI I Why did she feel a mantling blush steal over tier cheeks How did it happen that a strange sense of unrest swept over him What was it that she swept out rif the room Why did she never look more strangely beautiful than upon that evening What made him fleck the ashes from his cigarette How long did her heart stand still Why did the cold wind that fanned their cheeks feel so good Why did it seem to her as if all the light hud JUlIl out of her young life What made the house stiller than depth that night When confronted by the law yens why was he visibly affected Why was she the life of the whole gathering when her heart told her that all was lost Why did the dog look up at that moment and wag his tail as if he too understood her What choked his utterance Wlwt made her look back on that day all the rest of her life pauseWhy teltJIulIIdroJlWhat mode her suspect that he had been drinking Why did he clutch the photograph so wildly Female Who Butts Xow said the teacher who had been giving an elementary talk upon architecture can any little boy tell me what a buttress is I know shouted Tommy Smart A nanny gOlltlhIlIL delphia Press ALL RIGHT BUT THE RING Photographs Were 0 K But New Young Man Hadnt Given Her Solitaire as Yet Yarnnll Abbott of Philadel phia who though an amateur is admitted to be one of the best photographers in America col leers with much zest stories about the camera A North Jfiiith street photog he said the other day toldvme that a young woman brought back to him n dozen cab Inets that he hud mode of hei the week before IlhittPic exclaimed in dis nary Brjngiriiithem all back J thought they were very successful The young woman reassured him with n smile tYes she 8nldlob yes They successful I only want jou to out the ring Ive got a new oung manrr OneMlnteOoughOureI t HALESd Cumberland TELEPHONEI neres nothing the matter with business I have the Cumber Telephone In my residence and of business My business has and my wifes voice id nev to grumble about the Tele YOUTH for good service and competition RIH PflTE Manr WIU IJT01ElTOUlo countyC- lrcnltCourtTPlllrkhud Judge lieu D Attorney T H Illaclt Jalltr Ed 0 C1 rk rank I Felix Master Cor- nmlulouerYLSouleyTrneteeJoryPundh Hhnrlff ilattlnrd Deputy Sheriff C CUmiCB Krown Jo II Robert Ham WCourtconreHMnrd MOD In11l1rtb and Auxu t and continue three third Monday In May and Noremhrr wvfVi Court J I1 MUlvr JUKe 31IIlIal 67erk W II Harm Attorney Hartford conrrnr flrnt Monday In each month Court Heglng on the third Monday AprllJulyOctoheraodlauuery of Claims Courenm lint Monday In JII i Toyutter second Monday In October Olll raJII Wood Surveyor Ceralro Lowe Ainemor lIla James Denree Superintendent Hartford lien I Darli Springs Justices Coxirtau Hudson Hearer Da ni February W Slay 31 Xorrmber 30 W Merlin Ilnltetown February 11 May 1t 20 JioTemberlZ Narrows February 28 May a XiiremberlX A ETUI Fordirllle January It May 7 37 NoTeiiiber ft JAlrlr6ltotnrdrrLrunrylMnyAug Norember 7 A ItoneOntertown February I May 11 24 November V Wlleox Ilorkport February 20 Slay C 2B November H aistrtferd3elle Court II Wilson Judge C E Smith City At H r Ilarnett Marshal Court roa second Monday In eocbnionth U llrloii B rvic m Church South Services third Sunday month at 11 a m and 7pm and eco n at 7 p m 1rayer meeting tTI1dllttHer UTIMIller Parlor Church Services held Saturday nigh second Sunday SundRY end Sunday night foarlhaudayand Sunday night Prayer 1 every Thursday evening Her J H 5 pastor Church Mervlws flrst Sunday In each at 11 a m end 7mu Bev J D list Trustees iLertfordJa P Miller JH T Mtevens D M Mocker J HII1ar C Itlley Cimntll Kowan Holbrook Mayor H A Clerk IIrHJ Wedding W H Tins C Taylor Ml iteevrln T J Morton GrxtBocStSO U W meets Ant and third Friday In each month LodgeNo676 Pa A Masons lint night In 0 month i Tent Srrw Knights of the Man a every Thursday night I ltlver Lodge No llO Knightot Pythla every Tiseday night Morton root No4 G A IL bold reg Saturday beforeflrst Sunday In eerh WrlteroraurCOIliFIDENTIAL PATENTS THAT PAYbelp Innntora to mccc andweendIMMDIATe Reiterectat 605507 7th SL WASHINGTON D C of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Agricultural Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON- MOUNTAIN ROUTE Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Pullman sleeping and free rectnln Homeaeehera Excursions and third Tueadaya of eachDescriptive literature maps pamphlets etc on application TOWNS END Toms 1fnlliaSICILIAN rllA highclass preparation for the hair Keeps thehlrsoft and glossy and prevents splitting at the ends dandruff and always restores color to gray hairtfrt5tfJSSttltM J w J i Hartford Republican = C = FRIDAY AUGUST IS o i CELEBRATE JULY 4th i Philippine Teacher Descries Independence Day ExercisesI Dno Copal 1nrwy July 5196 The Star SSpangled Banner slap s merrily in the rorning breees- We Jare but rre Americanos i iho tcvn of Dan but on taking alock I on tht night fslut r1 we uirovivt nir revolvers andfoulldI Krags strong with fire crackers nod small S nothing must be ton VIA arouse the miant interest of th hildnn of tr Pacific to a full Iiutt IOn tin great American K fttaIToo lung hale id wooden saints procession in their many fiestas with much blowing of norns and ringing of bells Riving their hearts in vague uncertainty to near podres and wooden images or distant God But here was som ping real Independence day the im age of God standing forth in flesh and blood God like the free This s something to celebrate and how elebrate more fittingly than with gun powder Was it not this that made the weak arm with a brave heart stronger than ill the muscle I and brawn of curls and cowards So we tried a preliminary round m the night of the third and spread our smoke on the early morning air of Independence day tearing the thunders of Echo from his mountain heights to wake the drowsy Filipino with the ponderous throbbings of Independence giving him the glori ous privilege of watching our smoke In the evening our principal Mr Langhram opened his parlor which we had decorated with palms and flowersand the youth of Dan escorted iy the necessary papas and mama ame in for nuagrande bade The town band and the school orchestra gave us music Therewa sheer for old and young and all w merry as ChristmasChimesHasta o DON JUAN SULPHUR SPRINGS Aug 1GThe Ice cream supper at Jit Vernon Saturday night was quite a success and was enjoyed ball y who were present R C Duff and wife Narrows spent last Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Duffs parents Mr anti Mrs Cirero pagan Mack Daniel and L U Daniel ant wife Chas White and Misses Laura and Ester Johnston attended the fhautauqua at Owenslmro last weekBob Weller and wife are visiting Mr Wellers mother Mrs Harrett Weller at this place Roe Harrison wife and daughter MaVI hAtrs Lafe Wellw and children are in Owensboro h L H Daniel wife and sun mat Miss Callie Shultz of Olaton visited the family of T F Johnston t Saturday and Sunday here latI Mrs Vernon Yates and sister St Louis Me are visiting friends and relatives HU M ANOTIIEH tORKF I11 DENT Aug 15The people of Sulphu- springs and surrounding country have been blewed by another good rain Corn in both hill and button and is fine T Lear the proprietor of springs is having a well dug on grounds for the benefit of thus vho do not like sulphur water Miss Murial Gregory of Clover curt was the guest of Dr and Mrs J A Duff last week George Abrhm G B Mean mum I Tip Bean are on the sick list A State geologist leas been in our ividst for the past two weeks look m ng for mineral He states that he nas made several discoveries Railroad is all the talk We trus- he good people between here art Dundee will soot make up the minds to give right away for th road We understand some mire op posed to the road and are talking against it As usual thwre was quite a large rowd at the Springs Sunday afternoon This summer has caused us 11 think of olden times when everybody in the surrounding country vpuJtl come to the Springs on Sun- G I I 4v Jays to spend the day L White hl a few a ItliJohnsonMiss Lula Johnson of Louisville is spending her vacation with her father Mr J D Johnson IQuite a number of our folks at the Hiram Powers murder trial at Hartford last week progres1ingInlcel Miss Annie Daniel Mrs C L Armendt and children of Louisville are visiting relatives here and Dundee SMALLHOUS Aug 1H Born Tuesday August 8th to Mr and Mrs 0 Cox a fine gift Quarterly meeting was hold at sunjIMaddox who will visit thtf family Iof T It Barnard I Mr and Mrs John Wallace Hart ford and Mr and Mrs Shelby AHhI by were the guests of Mr and Mrs J B Brown Sunday aMr and Mrs David Luck Matan Bulloctk and family Saturday night and Sun dies Lightening struck a tree in pasture field of Lige Addington last Friday killing four nice sheep The railroad surveyors who have been camping at Smallhous left Sat unlay for Bremen- T L Withrow and wife Central City were the guests of their father Bob Fulkerson and family last Sunday Miss Blanche Muir Central City is the guest of Miss Alice Fulker son A debating society was organizes last Friday night at the school house near here with several members Prof W C Overhults and It D Hunter Matanzas spent Saturday night and Sunday at their homes here ansd little daughter were the guests of Louis Geiger Sundays Mr and Mrs Alva Galloway Miss Chara lie Overton attended the presbytery at Beila last week Misses Netta and Gusta Geiger were the guests of Mrs Chester Lindley last week J C Hill wife and little dauJh tel spent several days last week the guests of Mr and Mrs Sam Groves Sam Bilbro Matanzas was the guest of J C Drake Sunday A protracted meeting will begin at Equality Saturday night IRENDER Tinsley visited in Rockport last Wednesday and Thursday Mrs W G Keller went to Caney ville last Thursday for a few days vi ilIChas Cargal returned from Her rin IlL last Friday after an absence of rive weeks Deputy Sheriff Chester Keown of Hartford was here last Saturday C K Reneer of Centertown was 1hereon legal business last Satur Chas Millard was in Rockport last Saturday Miss Nellye Harris was in Prentis SaturdayMrs T Franklin went to St Charles last Sunday RrIary spent the day at Grayson Springs last Sun dayOtha Brown left for Lintun Ind yesterday AIcDo1ytSundaySimon Junes went to Hartford tor day Miss Maude Howard of Central City is the guest of Miss Carrie Roll Jno S Spence left hist week III1s five weeks visit to Nashville Dayton and Chattanooga Tenn Mr and Mrs Ed Jones left today for Nashville Tenn to attend theI 17th day Advenists Conference which- r begin the lathe Jno and Merval Byera of Rockpnrt were here today BASTRIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought A IBears the- a1Q17Atir0 or ft IIIiIi slat 1OLD MAN JILTEDI Evansville Glrlb was BetrothI Iedto Widower Married I r Lover fVon Aug 1fMiss I Nettle Frances Carr a societ wo lItttnlyonthto e bride of another Last night Missj Carr was married to John Ioais Jr a wealthy business mar of St Louis an Englishman by birth and a handsome man It developed yesterday that Miss Carr wasenpij1 ed t marry John Huntington Cran j dull i1 prominent lawyer of Kansas City Mo a widower who lies two daughters at schooIRecently invitations were received here for a wedding breakfast to fol low the CrandallLarr nuptials j which were to take place August 15 Pearse who had long been a suitor for Miss Carrs hand came here and i induced the girl to accept him und barristerIthe bride of Pearse she wrote Cran mini a note telling him their engage ment was broken Hartfordl11111111bastuwryConnnllnnrxltb r to rorpV this to IlallI The City Council of the City of Hartford Kentucky do ordain 1111 follows I Sec 1 That the price of burial j lots in the city cemetery known HS Oakwood cemetery shall be fixed as follows viz All lots on North side of large drain shall be fixed at 15 for each lot and all those on South side of said drain shall be fix ed at 25 for each See 2 That lotIzen and resident ford Kentucky be and he is appointed as commission of herehII cemetery with full power thority to sell and convey by conveyance burial lots in the city cemetery known as Oakwood ceme tery with full power and authority to receive and collect the purchase price of said lots and shall retain such sums as he may collect as said commissioner of the cemetery fund for the purpose of maintaining and im proving said cemetary grounds less cost and fees for making said deeds which shall be fixed at 2 for each deedSec S All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith or hereby repealed Approved August 11 1905 ROWAN HoLimooK Mayor Attest S A ANDERSON Clerk Circuit Court Items Levi Vandiver vs I C H It Co set over to the 13th day of the term Wm Morton vs I C R It Co dismissedLouisa Ramson vs Jas W Wed ding dismissed settle J B Westerfield vs Nepolean Miles agreed verdict 10 C Lee Warden vs Trustees of CVntertown set 13th day Commonwealth vs Green Diamond Sumac Co dismsssed W T Beasley vs I C R R Co verdict of Jury for defendant Hiram McCarty vs I C H R Co verdict of the jur for 2s4 for plan tiff credited by 101 J W Pate S Son vs S P Ranney e verdict of nl3 for plantilF S L Mitchell vs I C R H Co jury was taken to view the ground alleged to have been overflown and after hearing the evidence the jury found for the defendant Lou Murry vs T M Allen virdict of tee Jury for the defendant Telegraphy Write now for our Telegraphy Catalog All the graduates secure position Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky BUFORD Aug UiRev R D Bruner filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday Mrs S J Hussey was called to Masonville last Friday to be at the bedside of her mother Mrs Ophelia Dodson died Monday and was buried Tuesday at Elmwood cemetery Owensboro Dee Luce and W N Blair of Hartford visited John Blair last week Miss Sadie Hudson of Hartford is visiting here this week Miss Girtie Ficklin of Owensboro is visiting friends and relatives hereMrs Hackett of Livermore is vis 41 Lt a iting her uncle Will Henry French and other relatives here listI I Monday the 14th n line girl ROXEYT Aug 16Our school is progressing i nicely udder the management of Miss Rosa Beryman Mr L A Snulefur ia very busy housing his tobacco Mr James Butler and family Visited Mr and Mrs L A Sandefur Saturday and Sunday Mr Ira Leach is on the sick list at this writing Mrs J W Sorrels and who have been sick for duuhtlrI no better Mrs L A Sandefur is visiting FrankFlenerMr J H Davis matte a flying trip to Hartford yesterday We regret the death of out Post Minster J W Sorrels which ucturied recently SURPRISED AND AMAZED Mrs Nonh Webster Was Fluitrnted Anyhow When Her Husband Kissed the Housemaid Xonh Vfostn1 the lexicogra pher Wilt UN might lit supposed 11 stickler for good English and often reproved his wifes misuse ol till language On one occasion Ybster lump tlluhlJ11fI1I111 maid and being susceptible to such cluirnw put his nrins around her and kissed heir siiiarely on till mouth lust at this moment Mrs Wh stcr entered till room gasped stood aghast and in a tone of hor roe exclaimed surprised11hereupon l and calmly but with every evi Hence of disgust turned upon her How many times must I cor rpt you on the use of simple words he remarked1oumean mndam that you are aston ished I mlldlllll1 am the one who is surprised Cupids Repair Shop IdaYes Dick and I were out automobiling WI whipped at a repair shop May Indeed Did you break the automobile No Dick said I broke lib heart so parsumnigeChicago XonYielden- OoHnips hove no use for fieople who refuse to furnish material for them ClnVago Dally News London Paupers London lays out for poor relief 3OUruCO a year and 28 out of every JOOO of the population receive relief ns paupers In one district West Hum 40000 persons I were recently reported us on the edge of stHfvntion There is not workenough there for all the work ers but n large proportion of the performing and must too supported h charity or perish Throughout England at povertybutin the capital and students of social phenomena and symptoms say it is mainly duo to drink- Extravagant Living The Emperor Franz Josef of Aus grin has good cause to grumble about his kitchen expenses Although the actualcost of tit food ho consumes himself does not amount to 5000 a year he pays Ids chef a Belgian a salary of 10000 per annum and the kitchen expenses at the palace mire never less than 5000 The emperors chef always submits a menu for the following days dinner to his royal master when dinner is served Punctually at 0 oclock his valet enters with a largo tray and soupheanything Europe Uirgtit Building The Winter palace in St Peters burg is the largest building in Eu rope It WM begun by Poter the Great and finished by Catherine IL and is built in rod sandstone It contains the finest staterooms Beside these staterooms it has 1500 other rooms Th imperial nurseries are verylarge andtwhon it is explained that one of the rooms is largo enough to hold a mountain down which Ute children toboggan magnitude and here tho royal children are taught and are sometimes joined in their lessons by cousins or friends n r W u Final Price Cutting orz MidSummer Needs Mi iSiJinrnor MeirlwiiUfr has now received its lull price uyttinjc nil iflmrpiins WIT ever obtain IeginningiAtignst lOthuifcl contimiu until St ptti leer 1st A finv inoru days of low prices in till 1Vasho0ds Auction Final dunnup of Honinants- Toclny lll1otlur fill remaining Wiwh Hood for fie to J5e poivyttnU Not apioiuin till lut but what is worth doublu time priw- js FrinaJRcduction in Parasols Every 1tirasrtl greatly ol nltI None reserved See tlum ClisfI7 1 foriMen Women and Children 100 It pier till choice of all SI2v itlltiio0 Ladies Oxfords 148 a pair for choice of nil 200 and 2rt La dies Oxfords ougIllsDouglasI itiamid Blacks a good run of sixes to select from lottingjustI 0 Mens MidSummer Needs in Underwear glens Undershirts at Jc worth Inc Men s tn 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