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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 4- L l V t tartfirbUqublkan Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription la Year i VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY41 FRIDAY MARCH 2 1906 No 33 j BOOTLEGGER SHOT j I Wm Macey Was Fleeing From Marshal Loyal P Bennett Says He Did Not Shoot a jWho But Simply Fired jPistol Unalmed William Macey an alleged bootlegger of the Brcckenridge county hills was shot and fatally wounded about noon Sunday by Deputy Unit ed States Marshal Loyal P Bennett of Owensboro death resulting six hours later Macey was fleeing i- an I attempt to escape the officer when he was shot The shot wai firedat a distance of 100 yards and was not aimed at the man according to the statement of Deputy Marshal Bennett The shooting occurred near Rosetta a small village in the extreme eastern portion of Brecken t jfWK county near the Meade and Hardin lines Macey was arrested shortly before noon Sunday on a warrant charging hinr with selling whisky without hay ing paid tho special tax When th marshal hail proceeding a short distance with him Macay ran Mr Bennett drew his revolver and fired four shots in the air but Macey did not halt By this time he had over topped the steep ridge and disap peared on the other side Tho marshal ran to the top of the ridge arid caught sight of the fugitive 100 yards below With his pistol in the position in which he had carried it while on the rui Bennett pulled the trigger without taking aim at any thing Macey instantly fell An examination showed that the bullet took effect in the small of the back Macey was taken to a house at Rosetta and died about 6 oclock in the evening He was bout twen old He had been in trouble before and had the reputa tion of being a desperate man He was once taken to Oweruboro but broke jail after being confined for a short time In Memory Mrs M P Wyun who was bom and reared in Tennesee departed this life Dec 30th 1905 at the home of her daughter Mrs C C Borah atI Cromwell Ky she professed religion in early life and lived a consistent member of the Methodist church until she died She was 84 years old Some glad morn not far hway Just beyond this twilight dim We shall greet thee grandma With the everlasting hymn Some glad day where flowers shal- bloom Nevermore to fade and die Some glad day beyond the tomb We shall meet grandma 4Iear to heart and hand m hand We shall clasp again grondma In gods sinless summer land 4 Where good bye is never known It does not seem that my dear grandma Of love could I give her oer But larger measures 1 bestow Tis better on before Time speed on to eternity Angela guide our weary feet Pearly gate wide open be Grandma waits with welceme sweet ANNA HouseOne of them says he did and th other two think his wish was fath- ekithebluebirds song and that in realty he did not hear the bluebirds song There are three youngsters who are old enough to do better but dont and they dont like to look in the almanac to see when spring comes because Tommie has a liver and it makes him bilious to look at the pictures of those who have been cured so they have agreed to make their first cruise up the creek when they hear the first bluebirds song Therell be a shot gun along and something doing She was a dusky damsel wearing ray I = i x a veil and leaning on the arm of Rev Larkin Hines of color They sought the County Judge in order that he might solemnize the rites of matrimo nv between them The news spread through the court house quickly be comes a Court House wedding is Taylorstfirst time to officiate Happy Hool igan rushed to the scene and little Hooligan followed Cal Keown laid down his adding machine crowded in and Lis Ragland put away his books knocked the ashes out of pipe and got there just as the ceremony closed Two days later it developed that the bride was wearing a veilbe cause she had an aggravated case of smallpox when she was married She is now under quarantine and the Court House crowd are afraid of one another IJas DeWeese is the most tireless of school Superintendents He visit ed the School at Lexington last weekI LAWSUIT ENDED Case of J E Rowe vs J W Tich eenor Settled by Agreement of the Parties Owensboro Ky Feb 27Judg ment was entered in the case of J Edwin Rowe against J W Tichenor by consent of the yesterday setting aside the contract for the sale of certain land belonging to Rowe It is stated in the order that Tichenor disclaims any in tention of charging the plantiff with intentional fraud The suit was an unusual one in several respects Rowe brought the suit to force Tich enor to accept a deed to some land amount to be stipulated inthadeedo With his petition he filed a contract signed by Tiehenpr and by J Edwin Rowe as agent for his wife and child ren by which Tichenor agreed to accept the land eta certain figure With the deed were to be certain contracts pledging the children of J Edwin Rowe to execute deeds when they should attain their majority perfecting Tichenors title to the land Tichenor refused to arcep the deed under these conditious and Rowe sued to enforce his contract The term on which the case wascom promised is not known Hargis etc Indicted for Marcums Murder Jackson Ky Feb 24Indict ments were returned this mornin and filed in open court against James Hargis Ed Callahtm B J French John Smith and John Abner 1charging them with the murder of James B Marcum There are two indictments one against Hargis and Callaham for wilful murder aud the other against French Smith and Abner for being accessories before the fact in the murder LATER The defense filed an affidavit ask ing Judge Riddell to vacate the bench claiming he was prejudiced against the defendants The judge denied this but ordered the clerk to ask Governor Bcckham for another trial judge The defendants were ordered to jail without bond The order allowing bail being set aside REYNOLDS- Feb 26Prof J S M Royal and family entertained the following WePryorrSugar Grove and W G Crowe Mrs Asa Crawley Mrs Peyton Royal and Miss Ellen Crawley were the guests of Miss Viva Royal Mon day Miss Ellen Crawley visited Miss Bettie Royal Thursday Asa Crawley and wife and son Everett were the guests of T B Royal and family Thursday night Mrs John Maddox visited Miss Viva Royal Thursday Mrs Peyton Royal and children thisguestsGrove Friday MINE WORKERS Will Hold Annual Convention in Louisville Next Tuesday Vicepresident Lewis jives out Statement That There Will be no General Strike The annual convention of district No 23 of the United Mine Workers of American which embraces tte western district will begin in Louis ville Tuesday March 6 The first week will be devoted to the business of the mine workers which mainly consists in the preparation of a con tracts to be agreed upon between the workers and the mine owners for the ensuing year beginning April 1 The second week the mine owners in the district will meet in confer ence with the mine workers and discuss the grievance or proposition if they are presented- It is not known as yet what th demands of the miners will be fo this year An amicable agreement was reached last year after a conference between the operators lasting about ten dayi The convention will consist of about sixty delegates from various parts of the state There are about thirty mine operators in the district In a statement Issued to the assa Preaisdent T L Lewis of the Mine Work ers of America declares there will be no strike of the mine workers April 1 saying the operators will re store the reduction accepted by the miners two years ago and perhaps more Tha statement of Lewis in followsYou accept a position as a strike in the mining industry on April 1 The operators will restoreithe reduction accepted by the miners two years ago and perhaps more SMALLHOUS Feb 2BQuite an enjoyable af fair was the birthday dinner given to Miss Debbie Taylor Thursday by her young lady friends and school MissestI Ida and Altha Addington Nettie and Gusta Geiger Ethel and Lelia Hun ter Oma Maddox Cora Kimbley Arah arid tula Withrow Edith Cur tis Eulaand Lucy Withrow Eulah and Ersa Aldington Ruth Fulker son Rea Igleheart Maude and Ger tie Balls Eula and Flora Buskill Kisg singer wife and son Mrs Grace Addington Will Withrow wife son and daughter Mesdames Jennie Roll and Sallie Drake Finis Shelton and wife Messrs Sam Bilbro Clarence Overhults Tom Drake Ben Ross Mit Kimbley J R Hunter Herman Addington Mitchell Balls C C Kimbley James C Drake and wife and Miss Alberta Drake Quite an interesting prayer meet ing was held at the residence of James Fulkerson last Sunday after noon The next prayer meeting will be at Alva Galloways Sunday p m and Sunday weekatTom God seys at 2 oclock Miss Alice Fulkuson who has been visiting relatives at Central City returned home Sunday She was aeI companied by Misses Maud Lamb and Blanche Murr and Messrs Roy and Bob Greenwood who will be the guests of Mils Alice several days Mrs Lizzie Withrow is quite ill atI herhome near hero Oppie Kittinger returned from Livermore Thursday Bud Bullock and familynear South Carrollton were the guests of Mrs Jennie Balls Sunday Miss Oma Maddox spent Monday and Tuesday with her sister Mrs Jesse Hill near South Carrollton- W C Overhults went to Hartford TuesdayMiss Verda Fulkerson was th guest of B Blackburn and family Ceralvo Sunday uaw NOCREEKi Feb 27Anumber of our peoi pie attended meeting at Shinkle Chapel Sunday + Hayden Webbs family visited David Moreland family Sunday- W W Pirtle is improving We hope to see him out soon Mrs David Moreland is no better- J W Hudson and family visited B S Chamberlains family this week Ellis Foster of this place is visit fting L D Baird near Beaver Dam this week Ben Bennett is very sick of appen dicitisMessrs J A Johnson S S Whit taker Tom Famer and J E Ellis were in our vicinity this week look ing after the interest of a telephone lineMessrs Ely Parris E P Ember ton Herman Pirtle and S M W ard went to Owensboro with tobacco this weekEston Williams has rented the Carson property and will move in our neighborhood soon ONLY 54 HOGSHEADS Toe Uptto the Sample Ownntlioro Inquirer The 1761 hogsheads of tobacco which were pooled last year and sold recently have been received and ex sniped by the purchasers Out of the entire lot only fiftyfour hogs heads were rejected because they did not come up to the type sample This shows remarkable care and skill in grading and prizing The reject ed tobacco can be sold at once sev oral good offers having been made for it- The work of billing the tobacco is now going on and as soon as this fsfniahed which will be in a few sewttyedtht money forit will be paid Then will come the work of making the calculations as to the amount due each member of the pool which will take a few days more The fie nance committee is confident that the money will be ready for nil those to whom it is due within the next ten days NARROWS Miss Annie Dunn spent Saturday night and Sunday with friends at Olaton James Carter was in Owensboro Friday Prof S M Wilson Fordsville is teaching a spring term of school hereF T Hardison has moved to Ola tonClyde Magan has just returned from a prospecting tour of the mid die West M F Sharp county organizer for the A S of E has moved his family hereDr and Mrs J H Maxwell are visiting the doctors relatives atI Glendeane this week Miss Maude Carden Fordsville visited her sister Miss Josie Carden Sunday Jake Duke Palo was the guest of A R Renfrow Monday night Eva Foreman daughter of Mr and Mrs H F Foreman has pneumonia fever The two year old child of Mr andi Mrs Allie Graham is dangerously ill of pneumonia fever Tandy Harl and family Owensboro are visiting relatives at Barretts Ferry Rev Hartford pastor of the Methodist chnrch will baptize a number of converts in the river here Sunday morning at 10 oclock Joseph Shults sold a six monthsI old mule to W H Bean Centertown for 110 Mr Shults had receivedI 65 in premiums at colt shows and fairs thus making the animal bring all told 175 As a result of the newspaper talki about home coming week for Kentuckians exPresident of the Nation LoaferseEugene Kirby will issue a call for a reunion of the valiant exmembers of that once flourishing but now defunct organization A full report of the event will be fourth coming at the proper time v t I L1cJ r QUEEN OF ACTRESSES PRAISES PERUIVA Iw Heartily IMISS1 MedlIclno0 j t lam glad to write my endorse ment of the great remedy Peruna Ias a nerve tonic I do so moat heartily Jullll Marlowe I Nervousness Is very common amon wproon This condition ii duo to anemic ncrr centers The nervo center are tho reservoirs ofnervous vitality These center become bloodleufor want of proper nutrition Thla Is especially true in the spring season Every spring a boat of Invalids reproduced as tho dlreot result of weak servos This can be easily obviated by using fernna Peruna strikes at tiro root of tho difficulty by correcting the digestion WORK OF CONSTRUCTION On the Hartford Madisonville an Eastern Railroad Will Begin Soon The located survey of Ohio coun tys new railroad is almost aldirect line from Madisonville to Mitchell with but few curves and for miles and miles the road will run perfectly straight The line crosses Pond River 1000 yards below Mill port thence on across Green river at Smallhous thence on to Hartford narrowly missing Centertown but not deviat ing from a straight line to hit It thence on to Mitchell missing Dun dee and Sulphur Springs and Fords ville slightly and over the Texas branch to Irvington thence over the Henderson Route to Louisville mak ing the distance from Madisonville to Louisville 143 miles That the road will tap the L H St L system at Mitchell is no longer a question as traffic contract have al ready been made with thatcompan to that effect- Construction contracts are practically all made and will be completed by march 15 It is the intention now 1 for construction work to begin about April 1 practically all along the line at once and it will be pushed to rapid completion The management now say that they will have trains run Wing into Louisville by April 1 1907 The roadbed will be constructed broad and firm crossed by large and heavy ties and laid with 85 pounds steel rails Stations will be located along the line at convenient inter vals Mr GW Faegin chief engineer has been located in Hartford since the last of January with an office force making estimates on construc tion preparatory to letting contracts for constructions The right of way through Ohio county is about all I r XXXXX Digestion furnishes nutrition for the nerve centers Properly dlgesUd food furnishes these reservoirs of life with vitality which leads to strong steady nerves and thus nourishes life Pcruna Is in great favor among womencapeclaliythoeowhohsvovocatlons Pcruna furnUhes the luting vigor needgThousands of testimonials front women in all of the United Bta toa are being received Query year Such unsolicited evidence surely proves that Feruna Is without an equal as a nerve tonic and a vital invigorator kJdtIyIffits from Peruna that you expected write to Dr S B Hartman Columbus Ohio I secured with few exceptions where suits are pending Work is expect laterdway can be secured in time- CERALVO Feb 27Mrs Prue Thompson McLean county visited her brother Dr J M Everley last week E M Kimmel is teaching in a graded school at Barlow Indian Ter ritoryMr Edgar Smith Repton Crit tenden county visited his parents here last week Eleven candidates for membership to the Lone Star church were baptised here Sunday Mrs Mollie Smith visited her daughter Mrs Juda Southard Prentis last week John Baker Central City has moved to Ham Wards farm Mr Thomas Richardson Godman is visiting his son C R Richardson Miss Josie Barnard who is attend ing school at Beaver Dam was at home Sunday returned from weeky Rheumatism IB ono of the constitutional diseases It manifests itself pali5infLmed muscles but it cannot be cured by local applications It requires constitutional treatment acting through the blood and the best is a course of the great medici- neHoodsSarsaparilla which his permanently GtilOySan of easel anesNNC L Hood Col LoweD Mall Pa rH I1JONANN HOCH UK Arch Bigamist Pays the Pen I alty for a Single Crme r Gave Wife Arsenic Got tier Mon ey Then Married Her Sister Chicago Feb 23John Hoch was hanged here at 134 oclock this af for the murder of one of his 1terMon Hoch made a speech i- y said he was innocent and i r t that he forgave his executors The t xhangingwas without incident Hoch arose at 030 oclock this morning after a splended nights As he jumped out of the bed restI marked this is a fine day for It is like the first day of t 1 pringIHow do you feel this asked a reporter l Fine said Hoch fine Before he had finished Ids dressing he called the turnkey and gave explicit ordois for his breakfast not t only telling what he wanted but how j ho wanted every thing cooked Af ter his breakfast he lighted a cigar of a special brand As he halfclos j ed his eyes he looked up at the smoke and said Well I am ready but they will hang me I am innocent they will not hang an innocent manI Johann Hoch gained international notoriety through his arrest and prosecution for the the death of Mrs Marie WelkerHoch a German American widow of Chicago who i died shortly after he married her A post viortem reveaed the fact that arsenic was in the blood and organs c of the woman It was learned that Hoch carried a fountain pen wheh contained arsenic He had made a practice of marrying widows to eeure their money Many of the women died a few weeks after their marriage to him lIe of having poisoned his ictimsIAfter the death of Hoch the bigamist ter Mrs Amelda Fischer another widow who had a bank account in New York and being brought back to Chicago was convicted on Mrs Fischers testimony d Dlffcnce Aetween Snobbery and Affection A large number of our journalistic and other friends are making a strenuous protest over the symp toms attending the marriage of Alice Roosevelt to Nicholas Long worth the cougressmun from Cincin ati Their plaint runs that this in teresting young lady has been the recipient of more adulation during the last two months than any prin cots of the royal blood and that the presents showered upon the happy couple combined with the scramble for bids to the wedding ceremony were most profound exhibitions of anobbery in a supposedly democratic country Wo cannot agree with view of the case It appears to that the charge of snobbery is dis j charged at the outset when we con j aider how unanimously it would have application Does anyone im Pine that any prince or princess of Europe or Asia or any other country where royalty plays a large role would have attracted onehun playfultiii dents daughter and the young span r she has selected to spend tho rest JiCeat her side We believe that this very manifestation of interest f 5N one of the strongest possible t proofs of our democratic sentiment in this country It come from high and low rich and prvjr The gamin on the street of New York was as iitixious to get a glimpse of Alice on her recent visit there any of the titleworshiping members of tho the nsw richiThe thrceJoll isawoc charwo nuaa hi well as the wife of the multimillionaire pus boi n nfdih devouring all detailsof te drllnl tbo trousseau of the bride what the t groomfdho v ho ad1 the prolia if tho brii d tour etc Itnerar perhaps stone particu i member of the Europ i iy vill provoke such unani t mi lam on the eve of their lie magtt of Wllhtl i Iurul was an instance iimjorir d rrwes then dtifng 11 1ry n I I R rt II that has ensued ever since the first j announcement of the Roosevelt be trothalHad Alice Roosevelt been of the patrician aristocratic stiffnecked breed of American woman and we have plenty of themshe weuld have been troubled precious little by the attention or the curiosity of Amen can citizen Had her nov husband been an austere forbidding sample of the frockcoated gentry whe would freeze the hoi polloi with a stare and put them oil with a sneer the engagement would have been announced the presents bestowed withnnot a scintilla of the furore we have witnessed during the last feW weeksBut each one of these two young people embodies the genius of Am emocraI I ty Tney both stand on their rights Igoodnaturedlyit is true Who blameIand New York threatened to put a summary end to her privacy Who can blame Longworth for laughingly fending the photographers and re porters from the then Miss Roose velt whan they would have positive ly impeded her progress and given her not the rights accorded the ordinary private citizen It was just a whelosome rollicking Human American girl that the peo ple of America were very much in terested in She had endeared her aliiIwhen this romantic crisis in her lifeIhappened alongthey retaliated displaying in unmistakable fashion their unbounded admiration for her personality These is as much difference between snobbery and affection as there is between midnight and mid tiny Indigestion is much of a habit Dont get the habit Take a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure after eating and you will quit belching pulling palpitating and frowning Kodol Digests what you eat and makes thw stomach sweet Sold by 55 Wayne I Griffin Bro Two Women- In New Jersey a jury and a Prose cuting Attorney did their best to hang a little ignorant Italian mother who killed the man who tried to befoul her home In Colorado a jury has just acquit ted a woman who killed herhusband for no other reason but that she was tired of him Thee are two extremes The lustful brute who made life miserhle for Mrs Tolla got her just deserts The man had logged her telljfor fear the big beast might kill him Distracted she shot her pursuer to preserve her purity and her home i theIe went for nothing Her case was railroaded evidently in order to make a reputation for a prosecuting At torneyThere was no justification for the verdict against Mrs Tolla A pro test went up especially from the TheIIgotAlso in the Colorado case there was no justification for the verdict The woman should have been sent the penitentiary This woman was guilty There was no provacation worthy of the name The act was coldblooded 51She was u voman of bad reputations but she was handsome It was in evidence that she had played fast and loose with family ties She did inot deny it But she was pretty Shu made sad eyes at the jury Her attorney worked on the sympathy of the jurymen and got an acquittal Hanging in n barbarity upon which future time will look with horror I ButA woman should be punisncd forI a crime n a man is punished woivuii tjiould not bo drugged to the i gallows because she It poor and fenseless while another escapes doI cause she makes eyes to a panel of i men i = STC01= an tteKWI YII thaw Jwara Lff- I If rf POINTS ON ETIQUETTE About Answering Announcemen Cards Proper Form Thereof and the Reception Day There exists a confusion sometime in regard to the question of a repl to announcement cards In fact no answer at all is requir ed unless the cards contain a date of reception or days in certain months Then the calling card of the recipient should be mallet to the address directed to whoeve sent the cards of announcement writes Hortense Prevost- A card announcing a marring is equivalent to a card only it is not an invitation of any kind but a statement to the effect that a cou pie have been married at a certain time and place If however is utiI ded that Mr and Mrs Blank the newly married couple will blat home with day and date mull address a reply must be mad if j not in person by ones card IIUJ posted to reach the name on the daj of the at home- Announcement cards are nlwujlIl sent by the parents or j stand in that relation or the bride The form is simple a Mr and Mrs Blank announce the marriage of their daughter ion I niece Mary Elizabeth to Mr Jamey Fenner Smith at such and such j a church or at a home wedding 1ln such and such n date The acknowledgment must be a I visiting card in an envelope with the lheITwo of the husbands cards wrist be inclosed with one of the viiVs of course Acknowledgement of rnceivintr tIll announcement cards are never sent to the bride as she does not sent them at all A note if con IilaI lion to the bride is always in r lev if one is personally acquainted The best safeguard against i1 ache constipation and liver tule DeWitts Little Early Risers K eej a vial of these famous little pis in i the mouse and take a dose at bedtime when you feel that the tomachI and bowels need cleaning They dont gripe Sold by X Wayne Grsffin Bro Enough Kind Von KrnftlnMinvh IIIIIIMII 1 Governor Hoggs frankness in naming hischilnren is quite equalled by a Washingtonian whose wife presented him twin daughters At the christening all were tattled to learn that the father had decided to name them Kate and Duplicate Several years later twins were again born into the family this time boys who were duly named Pe ter and Repeter A third time this strenuous oppon ent of race suicide was blessed withI children twain and this firmly named the wee lads Max and Climax j To Cure a Felon PhilliP3burgl1lln burns boils sores scald wounds piles eczema salt rheum chapped hands sore feet and sore eyes On1 Brosldrug NOTICE IOrders Ohio County Court regu lar term February 5th 1900 Pres Hon W B Taylor Judge L S Hoover c For Judgment Local option election in Horse Branch precinct This cause coming on to be heard and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court that the persons whose names are attached to the petition herein signed the same and that their signatures thereto are genuine anti that they are greater in num hers than 25 per cent of the votes cast in Horse Branch voting precinct cloeI iii open court on the first day of the January tqrm of the Ohio County Court being the first day January 190C and the said potitipnors having deposited with the court the sum of 3500 which is sufleit ut to pay tho clerks fees and for nVerfis ing the election prayed ft std this cause beinsrsubmitted endCti ft rj ritl Ioi l being sufficiently advised it is adjudged that the signers to said pe tition are all legal voters in the vot ing precinct of Horse Branch Ohio county Ky and entitled to vote in saidspecial election and that an election be held in said Horse Branch voting precinct on the day named in the petition to wit March 3rd 1906 for the purpose of taking the sense ef the legal voters in said pro cinct upon the question Whether or not spirituousvinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned or trafficked in in said precinct and whether or not the law now in force in said precinct regarding the sale of such liquors shall become inoperative in said voting precinct The Clerk of this court is directed to make all orders on his order book necessary to carry out this judg ment and prepare ballots for he purpose of taking the vote on said date and upon said question and the regularly elected and qualified Slier ill of Ohio county is directed to call said election and cause a pull to be opened on said date at the voting place in said Horse Branch voting precinct for the purpose of taking the sene of the legal voters of said precinct upon said question and at said time and place the officers of election whose duty it is to hokl same will conduct the same asdi reeled by law for holding special elections It appearing to the satisfaction of pnClnetIHorse Branch which is a city of the S sixth class it is ordered and adjudged that n special registration be held for said town by officers appointed to hold said election andII that the said registration be beldII and conducted as required by law on the lilth tiny of February 1jjttThe Sheriff of Ohio county shall cause this election and registration to be advertised in some weekly or daily paper published in Ohio jU1tfl for at least two wOk before the rH 1CCS election and also to advertise the t same by printed or written handbills posted at five conspicuous places in said Horse Branch voting precinct for at least two weeks before said election and he shall have the advertisement and notices herein provided for posted as herein re quired within seven days after hey receives a copy of this order from the County Court Clerk and shall perform such other duties ash required of him by law about such r special elections A copy attestW S TINSIEY Clerk By U G RAGIAND D C j Pursuant to the foregoing order and judgment of the Ohio County Court I will on Saturday March il 1900 cause a poll to be opened as and in the manner required by law at the voting place in Horse Branch i voting precinct Ohio county Ken tacky to take the sense of the legal voters of said precinct qunlified to vote for county officers upon the proposition Whether or not spiritu Otis vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned or trafficked in in the said prlinct of lionJ Branch Ohio county IentuckI Given under my hand as Sheriffof Ohio county Kentucky this tho 12thl laJorl ehruarYl00 It fit MARTIN S 0 C Starving to Death Hocauso her stomach witato weakened p by uelIlrnlrginK that she could nut vat Mrs H Wallow oft Clair St Columbus O was lit terly starving to death She write My stomach was so weak from useless drugs that I could not eat and nerves so wrecked that I could sleep and not before I was given up to die was 1 induced to try Elec Bitters with the wonderful re sult thnt hll uremrnt began at once and a mplele cure followed Heat health Tonic on earth dto Guar anted1v I Wayne Griffin Bro drugntitVEGETABLE SICILIAN flair e iewer 1 Always restores color to gray hair all the dark rich color it used nndlmdrulfiLrmu QR2LlL4QCTeflm + u 1TSC Fine Trains TO FLORIDA VIA- Southern fla1ay AND 1UH Iff mnt Route I Florida Limited leaving Louis ville S a m daily connects at Dan ville Ky with solid trains of Pullman Sleepers and vostihuledcnaeic via Chattanooga and Atlanta arriving at Jacksonville it 8r0 a ni anti St Augustine 10 a m next day without change Dining Car service all meals enroutc Florida Special leaving hair ville 715 p m carries observation lceper daily except Sunday Louis ville to St Augustine without change via Chattanooga and Atlan ta arriving at Jacksonville 8iO p and St Augustine nt 10 p m tiny From Danville this is train of Drawing Room Sleep Composite ear Observation car Dining Cur serves nil meaU en route Vin the Land of the Sky Pullman Sleeper Lava Louisville 7 l m daily running through to Knottsville where connection is made at 95 H m with throux sleeper to Jacksonville via Aslnilitv Columbia and Savannah arriving at Jacksonville i n m Winter Tourist Tickets Good returning until May tlst an now on sale daily at Low hates Variable TONS Going via Ashville and Land of the Sky and Sapphire Country and returning ia Atlantis and Clint anooga op Vice Versa For the Load of Sky Winter Homes or other handsomely illustrated book lots folders rates etc luldrcKs nay agent of the Southern Railway or CHHUNGERPORD DPA KyGSt Louis Mo- W C RINEAnSON G P A Q C itouto- Cincinnati O 1 SinitbPTYPEWRITERS appeal to your sense and your senses They have the light touch which makes for speedand attractive writing THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER COMPANY Syracuse N Y Branch Stores Everywhere A 1 4- rLruiiSli Office fl34 West Fourth atreef Cincinnati Ohio 1 1 rt rh 1 i 1 P t r i d d DEATH DFNIli MILLER Life Snuffed Out By Paralysis X of the Heart At Close of Days Work When lie was Starting for Home EVERYONE RESPECTED HIM Inrlbutn 6lrrng rJ hestlknownllnll flwilv oro shortly after G oclock Friday I evening He was preparing to leave the olllce of the Green River Distill ing company where he was enlpin- ed lie left the main office mid ws walking through a hallway when h Htaggcred and fell to the lour without uttering a word When Loy Austin a clerk in the office rcachc- Iiis side his breathing was hardly perceptible Dr W F Stirman r who has an office in the Central Trust Company building WAS quickly summoned Mr Millers heart r had ceased to beat when till j physician kneeled over his pros j trite form His death was pro nounced to be from paralysis of the heart Richard P Miller was born in Ohio county near Hartford forty Ztyears ago He received his early at the county schools and later attended the Hartfordcollege Prof McIIenry Hhoads tend Trot Whaland Alexander of this city be ing his teacher while in Hartford Mr Miler began thestudy of stenog raphy told type wrighting It was eXlleltIAhoutu position in the office of the Owens boro Wagon company and came to live After remaining with c wagon company for about six months he went to the law office of Sweeney Ellis Sweeney Ills capable work as a stenographer won him the position as official stenographer which position he held for many years Mr Miller was the first man to bu engaged as an instructor in sterogra phy in the Owensboro public schools This Branch became so popular that Mr Miller was elected to a place in the faculty of the high school Be Irides stenography and typewriting he taught other studies Mr Miller remained at the hi school for several years and the majority of stenographers in Owensboro received their training under him There was never a more popular teacher in the Owensboro public schools than Dick Miller as the boys lovingly culled him He had the respect of every student in the school and there was nothing he would not do to assist the pupils It was with great regret that the board of education accepted his resignation about five years ago when he decided to enter the employ of the Green River Distilling company Mr Miller had charge of the corres dence of the company and proved himself a most valuable man in position He was held in the highest regard by Mr McCulloch and all i others connected with tho offce Mr Miller was heard to remark j 4 Friday that he was in the best of health The theory was advanced that the nervous tension produced by the exacting work he was engaged in brought about the paralysis of his heart Mr Miller was a member of the Fourth street Presbyterian church and of the Odd Fellows lodge He would probably have been elected general secretary of the lodge this year had he lived He is survived by his window and two children his mother three brothers and one sister His mother is Mrs Elvira Miller of McHenry His brothers are W B Miller of Owhnsboro Marvin Miller of Palestine Texas of Beaver t Dam His asstdIIsIlMrs Charles Carson of McHenry The remains will be taken to Mc Henry on the Illinois Central train tonight There will be a brief service at his late residence at 430 oclock this afternoon conducted by the Odd fellows The burial will take place at McHenry unday The Serene Attitude A club tivoman has been- advising young married women who have to struggle against insufficient 0 income to adopt the serene IIn r iLtr jaNdTidaAwvrek tip HADE FROM NATIVE ROOTS j to SAFE AND RELIABLE That till rot of many native iilant growing wild In our American fornst- puswws ritimrkiilili tiroportlcs for the cliro of human ion Lull s Is well Kviii tlm untutored Indian lind learned tlin iMiratlvo value of sumo of tlii o nnd taimht the early settlers tholr uses Tho Indian wren lilted work so ho wanted his KIUIIW to Itt well as soon us possible that hllll1lhlrfunfor that was their grist remedy for fc tnnio wrnkiKwra Ur I Itno uses tho I 1I mutt niirt alled Itlne CohushIn liU cornthudmorn offectlvo than nny other nuillcliin In cnrlnit nil thin various wealinossoi and painful deraiiKemenU pinMillur to women Many nlllklc d women lieen Suva i from thin operntlni tahlo and tau sum KCONS II use of Doctor + lenderI l KO iinlieeded A isms of Favorite IrnKcrlptlon will work marvelous tlllIolitI In all such ruses mold uenerally effect a porinanent euro IiN rsl+ I l In for n rca 1lIvfrltolIIrL cOlltlllllluntoluro very harmful especially to dollcato eauiurolInvlKoratlnit tonic Imparting health mid strength In particular to thn organs distinctly feminine weak end sickly women who uro worrm out or debilitated eiteclally for womon who whoIor Ixiir IIIuv y household burdens and for nursing mothers Dr IMerccs Favorlto Prescription will prove a priceless lieiielit becutlso of Its lu reMnrllift and Ktrungtliglvlng power For tar true Fclentlllc Ncllctaitudc and find peace from worry Another woman who has recently come from the Orient has started a fad of the east Indian philosopher of repose and it is running through all grades of New York society like wildfire She teaches that the one thing necessary to human happineS- is to sit and keep softly saying Iurn over to yourself until you are she calls in tune with the In finite eAll this sounds very sweet and en tieing But the good plain old fashioned word laziness expresses the whole doctrine better It is a fine philosophy for turtles SomethingIbeen known to say Lazing all day- long they have the serene atti tude and the repose in highest perfection And it is said that they sometimes live 1000 years People who never worry never do anything else of consequence They may not be turtles but they might just as well be spurIIDiscontent with wrong conditions is the minds first step toward right onesWorry has its uses j Who has not noted that the dame who fusses and frets and scolds the most generally keeps the cleanes kitchen and makes the best bread If yu arc troubled with Piles and cant find a cure try Witch Hazel Salve but be sure to get that made by E C DeWitt Co Chicago It is the Original If you have used Witch Hazel Salve without being relieved it is probable that you got hold of one of tho many worthless counterfeits that are sold on the reo putation of the genuine DeWitts Hazel Salve Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bra- Reputation Against Him After a wordy argument in which neither scored two Irishmen decided to fight it out It was agreed that when eithersaid Ive enough the fight should cease After they had been at it about ten minutes one of them fell and immediately yelled Enough Ive enoughBut opponent kept on pound ing him until a man who was watch ingthem said Why dont you let him up He says hes got enough I know ho says so said the vic tor between punches but hes such a liar you cant believe a ward he says One would think the Laxative idea in a cough syrup should have been advanced long before it was It seems the only rational remedy for Coughs and Colds would be to move the bowels and cleanse the mucous membranes of the throat and lungs at the same time Kendedys Laxa ativo Honey and tar does this It is the Original Laxative Cough Syrup the bost known remedy for Coughs Colds Croup Whooping Cough etc Tastes good and is harmless Sold by tieZ Wayny Griffin Bro INTERESTING I Letter From an Ohio County BoyI in Far Away PhilIippines Capiz Panay PI Jan 10 190G When a Visayan meet another he almost always asks where are you j going or where have you been i when you give him a kindly good morning and he does not understand you he will answer if at all to my house or from the river according to where he may be Sometimes a shy maiden nay drop her handkerchief she will quickly pick it up between her toes and slyly raising it behind her will grasp it i with her hand Each evening about sunset the church bell rings and everybody faces towards the church and makes the sign of the cross and prays making the sign again Then they turn and greet each other with Buenos Nochea the cildren kis ing the hands of of parents and el derly relativeseAlmost everybody kisses the hand of the village priest whenever they meet him Each Sunday morning you may see almost every one in the church and soon after they may repair to the market to buy or sell I Sunday afternoon is filled with cock fighting to some extent but I think this custom is dying out I You may also see a few tuba I drunks on Sunday as the tuba is sold everywhere on Sunday The great mass of people old and young male and female smoke anti chews tobacco or bctle nut and sometimes a mixture of tobacco betle leaf lime and areca nut Improperly caled betle nut A few of the richer and better educated have taken some very good manners from Spannish and other foreignersI In fact the Spanish variet superficial and exaggerated form of courtsey A man will get up and offer any American his chain and feel like stabbing him if he accepts On Christmas eve Sunday night there was a big ball in the convent at Dao taking recess for midnight mass in church where a large tissue I paper star and a comet of gaudy col or came on a trolley from the hack j of the church and stopped over where Christ was born After mass and a supper at 1 oclock p m I i we resumed the dreamy two step And it is two step from start to finish if you like it or not and a little two brisk for my number eights Well we wound up at day lmnOverisnea soli Impoverished soil like impov crishcd blood needs ti proper fertilizer A chemist by nnalyz ing the soil can tell you what fertilizer to use for different products If your blood is impoverished your doctor will tell you what you need to fertilize it nnd give it the rich red corpuscles that are lacking in it It may be you need n tunic but more likely you need It concentrated fat food nnd fat is time clement lacking in your system I There is no fat food that is I so easily digested and assimi hated a- sScotts i j Emulsion i of Cod Liver Oil I It will nourish and strengthen the body when milk and fail to do it Scotts Emulsion is always the same nlwn palatable1 and always beneficial where tho body is wasting from any cause either in children or adults We will tend you a sample free Ilieturolabel in on the wrap u r ot every bottle oi Kuml eioa you buy SCOTT s BOWNE cnmusrs 409PeailSIKewYOFK G0 nod 100 All Druggists e raw l break and took a twenty mile ride to Capiz for the Grand Ball given by our Division Superintendent The Provincial Treasurer The Judge of the Court of First Instance and The Provincial Governor Christmas night and the Tribunal was overflowing and it was not a cool night either Well the rich rare nerfumes of the Orient are inded refreshing on such a night when as Byron says twinkling feet and twinkling eyes and all twinkling The gigantic nipa leaf stood in classic colums of green in every cor oner grand tissue paper steamed from the walls and ceiling many de lal1pIliJthtnignt hour music swelled the gentle breeze till all went merry as a Christ mas ball should be- Adios mis amigos DON JUAN Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh CureF J CHENEY Co Props Toledo OhioWe undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan obligaIWalding Kihnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Tcstimonals sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by druggists I Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation PHYSICAL EDUCATION I It Means Keener Mentality More I Strength and Endurance aMIis Generally Beneficial Too many also think of physical education as a onesided education Iall physical the developmont of power force skill physical perfection of form physical ability physical i endurance They fail te realize the effect that physical training must have the mental and moral forces uponI A healthy body is a good j necessary thing but a healthy mind j is also necessery and to complete the 4 p rfect human being a healthy soul Gymnastic movement besides de veloping muscular force promoting digestion and respiration and exert ing a corrective recreative and in vigorating influence upon the body as a whole educates the motor centers f the brain but even more is accomplished for the thinking pow ers themselves are improved I The student ef physical culture soon learns to think more rapidly as well as more correctly her reaction time is visibly quickened and sense of rythm improved perception be comes more acute and memory stronger observation more keen and sure in fact she soon discoverer thatI she has better control of her well ns tier body J She is truly a strong woman in every sense of the word for as brain I and body have unconsciously developed a strong feeling of selfconfi dence the result of concious powerII has taken the place of grace of ease of movement have sup planted awkwardness Daily exercise increases the powers of resistance and the vitality of the tissues and organs and not only lends pleasure to the life of today but stores up strength and endurance 11for the coming tomorrow 11Mothera everywhere praise Ones Minute Cough Cure for the suffer ing Ithas relieved and the lives of their little ones it has saved A certain cure for cough croup and whooping cough Makes breathing easy cuts out phlegm and draws out the inflammation It should be kept I on hand for immediate use Sold by Z Wayne Griffin B- roCASTOR I AT- ori Infants and Children iTli3 Kind You nave Always Bought thoI utitu Tho Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for oer 30 years has borne tho signature of and has been 11mdo under his per 2 sonal supervision slnco Its infancy I WV Allow no ono to deceive you lu this All Counterfeits Imitations nnd Justasgood nro but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health or IInfants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Costorla is a harmless substitute for Castor OH Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Karcotlo substance Its ago In its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fovcrishncss It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates time Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TNt CCNTUII COMPANY TT MUKftAr ITItCCT Mew YORK COT OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125Ti- rE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TILE REPUBLICAN and Home and Fnrm125IT- uE REPUBLICAN and Lipponcotts and Cosmoplitan 325 TILE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWcok Inquirer 175 TilE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN MftJWWINTER TERM Beglns Jamuary 2ndMany are preparing to enroll at that time Are you corning If not why not OUR SUCCESS Depends largely on how you answer this question You will find no better time to begin and find no better school to attend OUR ENROLLMENT Has increased 250 per centover that of last year THIS SPEAKS FOR ITSELF You have heard df our new and wonderful sys tem of CHARTIERS ELECTRICSHORTHAND the only system that can be read like and written with ease andspeed Only ten simple rules whichcan be learned in one days time The average student completes this course in twelve weeks time IF YOU WANT BOOKKEEPING we have the famous SsdlerRowe system of actual business practice The combined course of Bookkeeping and Shorthand is a sure drawing card for your success Will we have the pleasure of seeing you or hearing from you- OWENSBORO BUSINESS UNIVERSITY lkVnuwMrm HUNTING TRIPH tun to bi properly elupyntdot lire STCV liNS toil you CAN NUT GO YKUNii4 tik RIFLESfrom 226 to 15550 from ato 5000 BjYoYuDiI3 from 7vto Sol- Ae IOUfAfolefeMllellettSeI fe I e IIIW mate j If inter ywnnoldulhlp 1ft SHouTIIYU- Ucr It rtf bll 011 upon teethe rorlouefentetetami4te- nuiog1 lcct I cover poIlO Out attractive thrrerolw Aluminum lUnzervlllbe sent anywhert fur leash In tun i J STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO r O Dan 409- 4CUcopee Falls Mass U sA Subscribe for TIlE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per years in advance Low One Way- Coionist Rates Via IBig Four Route ITojCALIFORNIA WASHINGTON OREGON IDAHO MONTANA UTAH and intermediate territory TIckctMon Halo Melt t to May IS IFor full information and particu i lars as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or ad dress the undersigned vuuiN J ivxcn o r k T- Clnelnnotl A OhiO H J OATHS General Apeht- LouinvUlp JCjr rf i Y 1 n u u I fToMorrow Is the Last Day OF OUR GIGANTIC Fi1ONEYSAYiNG SALE- f It will mark the closing of the greatest and most phenomenal bargain sale over conducted in Hurtford Our toro was crowded every tiny during this sale Why Bo r cause the people have found out what GREAT BARGAINS WE ARE GIVING and they know a real bargain when they see it To all who have not attended this sale and lrtoall who have we urge you not to miss the last day of this sale In order to make Saturday ti The Greatest Day of This SaleWe will cut down the prices on many articles It is the greatest chance ever offered to you It is for your own gonl as much as it is for ours that you do not miss tho last day tr reasons why this sale has been the greatest ever had in Hartford1st We are selling goods lower than any olhur store can sell 2nd They are all this seasons goods Ilhreeold stock 3rd No sale has ever offered goods at such low prices as we are of luring Tomorrow is your lust chance A chance like this does not come often Sam Bach Hertford Ky V Hartford Republican t 1a11It lbTthf Hartford rnlillnhlnn Company rDfClII B K CTTl LdttonC E SMITH r TESpzox s3- Combrlas Q 393- COUCh =tvr 2iFRIDAY MARCH 2 Examine the label on your paper if it isiwt cgrreet notify ua J To 1 r REMEMBER that the County Unit measure was not defeated InI the Senate by Republican votes WHEN the tuckY Senate gets through amputating the County Unit bill its daddy wont know ItIe I COL BRYANS recent speech China has proven effective Several American Mission stations have al ready been broken upIA WEST VIRGINIA Judge has issued an injunction to prevent a man and his wife from going to church Ev idently great strides have been made in the injunction business IT will be impossible to get along very much longer without a Republican Judicial District in this vicini ty Conditions are rapidly arising which will require some more shifting by the time the next Legislature meets TilE teachers of Ohio county and the State at large will no doubt be gratified to know that a law has passed both houses of the General Assembly giving them the institute week provided the school should be in session OUR city dads should encour age the building of a water works system at once The insurance rates inF I lack of adequate fire g the excuse given by the insurance board for this high rate THE idea of creating a Commis sioner for the Court of Appeals be- causee one of the Judges is physically unable to perform his duties is out rageous Let him resign with a life pension His place can then be filled by some one able to attend to the work People do not want their cases decided by a commissioner TilE Kentucky Legislature seems j determined to do something to Ohio county during its present session A bill has been introduced and passed the house of Representatives provid ingthatcourts shall beheld atFords ville half of the time If this bill shouldbecomealawand it has but to pass the Senate and be signed by the Governor to be a lawit would entail vast expense and worry and do i no one any good Jour BonN one of the yeggmen who confessed guilt ol the Shoals fI II bond robbery on being questioned as to who his confederates are saidI I will not peach on our accomplices in Louisville We will never tel who we gave the bonds to The J people we helped to elect in Louisville are the ones responsible for our j present position This is all we get I for the election work we did in Louisville j It in quite unfortunate for I these yeggmen that they did not get to Louisville after the robbery before they were captured Their friends the city Omcitim would Probably have sheltered them BEGINNING May 2nd will be held I Lexington a Conference for education i in the South This will be perhaps the most notable educational gathering ever held in Kentucky Among those who will attend are AbbotII t I Iand Robt C Ogden and hundreds others of national reputation Ohio county should send up a repre sentative delegation of the teachers and educators i THE Hartford Herald in address ing TilE REPUBLICAN under the headlines of Itemized Statement I Requested says If not asking too much we would like to see an itemized statement of Ohio countys in debtedness January 1 1906 The records in the County Clerk office which the Herald may view a any time shows the following un paid claims allowed at the October 1905 term and at previous terms 267252 Unpaid claims allowed at the Special Term December 30 1905 604610 Claims for debts contracted during 1905 allowed a the January term 1906 357384 Duo Champion Bridge Co for build ing Ambrose Ford bridge 320000I County bonds outstanding 50000 Note and interest due Bank of Hart ford 370000 Unpaid draught due Dickson Co assignees ofI Murphy Bros for building abut DoctorsMedicine Ayers Cherry Pectoral is not a simple cough syrup It is a strong medicine a doctors medicine It cures hard cases severe and desperate cases chronic cases of asthma pleu risy bronchitis consumption Ask your doctor about this The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty ea- rAlItd by J O Aye r Co Lowell Mm Alen BuiiuItuiuriM of SARSAPARILLA yO PILLS HAIR VIGOR We have ro secrete Wo publish the formulas of all our ncdlclnei You will hasten recovery by ink Ing ono of Ayers Pills at bedtime Y v- r y Y r t ments for Narrows bridgc449000 Total 2418246 We know it i hard for the Herald to have to ad limit this State of affairs in light of the fact that it so often stated dur ing the last campaign that the coun ty was out of debt But the record are against you Mr Herald and you had as well fess up PRESENT SALARIES AND SOME i OTHERS The Hartford Herald seems very I much wrouprht up about the niie5i tin of Ohio County officials salar ies The Herald in common with every tax payer of Ohio county i entitled to know how the publi- money is being expended and hasI heretofore been expended and for their benefit this article is written IThe former County Judge drew a of 65000 a year for his ser vices as such and 10000 a year for his services as Auditor making a total of 75000 a year The present I County Judge was elected Auditor without salary and his compensa tion as County Judge was fixed at 75000 so that he does not receive one penny more than his predeI cessor i The former County Attorney received a salary of 65000 and in ad dition to this he was paid for every suit in which the county was interested howtAttorney last year we only toI refer to the allowances made by the Fiscal Court and find that W H Barnes and associates were allowed 20000 at the last January term of the court for representing the coun attI the January term 1905 was a lowed 10000 for representing the county in a suit against it brought by Dr Barnhill making a total al lowance of 950 It is true that in the above fees he had associated I other lawyers with him but this was done without any order from the County Court and the work properly belonged to the County Attorney The new court saw fit to fix Mr Woodwards salary at 75000 per year and requires of him that he represent all school trustees in litigation affecting their districts without any fee From the foregoing it will be seen that the Ohio county taxpayers I have no reason to complain that the I services of their County Attorney cost 75000 per year instead of 950 00 per year or that the present County Judge receives exactly the same amount that was paid to the former County Judge for the same work The salary of the County School Superintendent was raised from 80000 per year to 100000 per year and is in reality the only raiso that was made The Democratic county of Daviess with many less schools pays 150000 per year No other change was made in any salary It is not necessary to retell ancient history about how bridges and building contracts were let in Ohio counII iiJT ty The people passed on this mats ter in no uncertain manner as they will pass on the acts of the present administration condemning that which is wrong and approving that which is right We arc ready at all times to give any information that would be of interest to the public Manufrfasalcatarrh say they get splendid results by us- Ing an atomizer For their benefit we prepare Elys Liquid Cream Rnlm Fxcwpt that It is liquid it is helpIfulfamiliarR othc i er dangerous drug in it The sooth lag spray relieves at once and cure is certain All druggist 75c inclu ding spaying tude or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York BEDA Feb 28 Mesdames Chinn and Bidwell Ow nsboro are at the bed side of their mother Mrs S AI Bennett who is no better Master Ben Bennett has appendicitis i i Mrs Minnie Rowan and Otis Car son visited relatives at Heflin last weekThe meeting which is in progress at Shinkle Chapel is propressing nicely W C Bennett and daughter Miss Etta went to Beaver Dam last week Messrs Dudley Daniels and Otis Carson visited relatives above Hart ford Sunday Mrs W B Ambrose is ill of la grippeRupert Bennett went to Hartford Sunday Miss Pearl Hoover happened to a very painful accident Sunday even ing by getting thrown from a horse severeIbFielden Bennett who has been confined to his room with la grippe is able to be out again Bud Hoover contemplates moving to Oklahoma in the near future Y CANE RUN Feb 28G J Christian and wife were the guests of Mrs Christians sister Mrs Sylvester White Sun dayFarris Jamison and wife Fair View were the guests of John Hoover and family Friedaland Sun dayMrs H D Birch visited Mrai Phebie Christian Sunday Roley Estil and Worth Raley and Rufus Boyd went to Hartford Monday on businesss Miss Iva Cummings returned home Monday from Millwood after several days visiting her cousin The singing class meets every Sunday night to practice in the new booksArthur Raley and family were the guest of his sister Mrs Sam Jamison Saturday and Sunday J W Cummings nod wife visited their daughter Mrs John Hoover Friedland Sunday I rrr ct l 1 c L TANS THE REPUBLICAN I wvIYNMWIkrj r- r TT7iiTr I i PLANKS ti i I I I i That Make Our P1atformUp H Courteous treatment to all Square dealing No misrepresentation All goods marked in plain figures fig One price to everybody A faithful adherence to the standard prod ucts of the county A confident reliance on truth and jus ticeA guarantee that our prices shall be as low or lower than goods of same quality can be bought for elsewhere Your money back if you want iteThese are some of the planks in our platform i Carson taCoINCORPORATED 1 Hartford Kentucky M J ri I J r5J r lc e aaw w +snrssa y t51 rJ W J + Q OurJQ r 41j4 Fairs New Spring I y Goods i 49 Aro now foremost in tho minds of all shoppers that 4 are interested in stylu and quality Already wo are bit 49 showing our Embroideries White Goods Laces J Ginghams 1oreals aunt Silk Ihoso who lava seen bit 49 them declare them to bo the prettiest we have ever J shown liuyearly and avoid sowing in warm J 41 weather bit 41 bit i- j iif Spring Embroideries J Much has been said concerning Embroideries for = 49 spring but fur big values in qualities late patterns bit etc you should come direct to us We are showing J 41 beyond any question greater values than any house 9 + in Hartford can show you Wo dontask you to J fi b1y1ut come and lookItnd if you think our stock bit 49 low enough buy and we will thank you for the bit JK IHtrllmsebit41 9 bit S White Goods 9 49 Will again bo in tho ascendency for spring wear es = n peoially strong in mercerixed for Waists Of fi course you will want to see tho largest and best se 9- p 49 lusted stock We think we have it and shall bo = 4glad to have you como and look them over If in = 49 terested we are sure the lino will convince you that n our house is the place fur you to buy them Our = 49 prices run from 5c to 50e a yard bit 1 Spring Silks Ei 41 Wo will not endeavor in this limited space to go I 49 into details about our varied assortment of Now lilt JJ Sills We would be glad of an opportunity to at g fi least show them to every lady in Hartford and bt Jj Ohio county Our lino last spring wo thought could J- w SI not be improved on but we have by sheer luck got 9 49 ten astock for this spring that eclipses all previous ef = old carricdover Silks but i Ii forts No remnants or 49 all new and tho latest Como to see us bit bit 4i bIt ATbitI Ifi The Bargain Center a itI bit fibt4 Hartford Republican I FRIDAY MARCH 2 ll ols Control RailroadTime l Table 8I1unINnrlli Roiniil Hnnllt Nnl3Jiln r40 I m So l1 + IDI No IKIiiMfcMp Sltldoe24pm- No 102 ilnr 24y p in SIM lnrfc4H p m t MOTIVE TIIR BHrrniicAN win print Ire olrtimrco IItrranlJ NoUeti UbllBiirlr Be olnlloiiii or ItHl rtr o the sled ol 130 word All werher e lri l themnonnlST r Hint rut ol In pnrd co H In edreee Aftlelee In eteeI WO word will berwldowrlo rrqnlrrd limit nnlewi menry I nnt with mmiiwrlpt To etr7 le rword sn ererry rlereeI FreSh Fish at City Restaurant i Hot ChocolateCity Restaurant Fresh Oysters and celery at City Restaurant I My My what good eating at City Restaurant I If you need a Wagon or Buggy see Carson Co j My My aint those steak meals I fine at City Restaurant I When you need Farming Implements see Carson Co Rev L W Tichenor Matanzas i I called to see us Monday fMr J Will Thomas Dundee made his a pleasant tall while in town Monday i t City Restaurant is simply dazzling 4tlnight New light Come and see a 1StNicest Mr H C Acton Dundee called to see us while in town Monday Julah Garrett Taylor Mines call ed to see us while in town yesterday Cheese Sausage Pigs Feet Boneless Ham Etc at City Restaurant Jacob Westerfield Taylor Mines was a very pleasant caller yesterday Go to City Restaurant during Cir cuit Court for everything good eat Mrs Alex Barnett who has been quite ill for the past several days is improving Nicest line of Cakes Crackers and Goods in Hartford at City taurantCMr J H B Carson of the firm of Carson Co is in Eastern markets purchasing spring goods C For Sewing Machine supplies of all kinds call on or write to Gross Williams at City Restaurant Col C M Barnett left Monday for Frankfort where he went to look aftter important business affairs The Republican 100 a year Lou lly isville Daily Hearald 400 a year 200 in advance gets both papers Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilera grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry46tfMr Lee Long of the Economy Store will leave next Monday Eastern markets to purchase spring goodsIi Get you a pair of Peters Shoes We can show you the uptodates right now at Long Cos Economy Store n Esq W S Dean DunIce was a pleasant caller while in town Mon day Mr Clyde Renfrow Dundeej called to see us while in town Monday Take your butter and eggs to the City Restaurant and get cash lorI themIMr W V Spruole Dundee called at TilE REPUBLICAN office while in town Monday Mrs W T Woodward has return ed from a three weeks visit at San Angelo Texas Messrs II A Miller and B D Ringo Owensboro were in Hart ford last Friday Tomato Bouillon Clam Bouillon GrapeKola and Beef Teared hot at City Restaurants Bring your cured Hams Bacon Chickens Eggs Feathers and Potatoes to Carson Co Mr F 0 Austin Beaver Dam called at THE REPUBLICAN office while in town Tuesday For Scholarship in the Massey Business college of Louisville call in at THE REPUBLICAN office FOR SALE A span of mules LARKIN WILLIAMSBeaver Barnaby Zephyr Suitings and a big I line of Ginghams and Percals now on display at Long Cos Economy StoretJesse Smith who has for the several months been in MississP ippi has returned to his home near Ceralvo See our 10 quarter Linens for ShirtWaist Suits Only 1 yard Also yardwide Linens for 25 cents at Long Cos Economy Store Mrs Pearl Tweddell and little sen a Rogers Dean have returned to their home in Owensboro after a few days visit to Mr Tweddells parents in this city Rev A L Maddox ana wife of Rockport left Wednesday for Pastle Oklahoma where they will make their future howe Special prices on all winter goods Friday and Saturday It wont cost you any thing to look At Long Cos Economy Store Mr W M Hudson who has been in business at Elizabethtown for the past several months has closed out there and returned to Hartford WANTEDBright honest young m man from Hartford to prepare for paying position in Government Mail Service Box One Cedar Rapids IaI Mr and Mrs Luther NorrisOwr horo are the guests of Mrs Nun i parents Mr and Mrs R A Ander and other relatives in Hartford Seven school boys are in going to the Mammoth Cave next fall at theex pense of The Republican Mr C W White Olaton and Miss Esther Johnston daughter of- T F Johnston were united in marriage at the residence of Rev G J Bean this city Wednesday Rev Bean officiating h IWe have effected new arrangements whereby we can furnish The Republican and the Louisville Daily Herald one year for 200tEdgar Smith of Repton Critten county Ky was the guest ofI his parents Mr and Mrs E Smith Ceralvo the first oftheweek He was also the guest of his brotheri E Smith Hartford Esq Nicholas Barrass who has been at the Gray Street Infirmary for treatment for stomach trouble for the past several weeks returned his home at Taylor Mines a fewI days ago and is reported tobe slightj improved The Farmers Club will meet next Monday afternoon at the courthouse in Hartford All farmers are invited to attend and take part in the meeting S L Stevens is the Presi dent and John P Foster second Vice President raVe you fire insurance policy issued by New York or Philadelphia Underwriters E Smith Soliting Agent Hartford Ky I Fop SALEA inthe Owensboro Business University also scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College Write us tot pricesDont fail to see our clqthing and get the prices We are selling lots them at less than cost rather than carry them over At Long Coos Economy Store IH C Stewart Taylor Mines and Miss Elsie Clements Cromwell were united in marriage at the Court- House Wednesday Jude W B Taylor officiatingIWe are offering to school boys the chance of a life time to visit the Mammoth Cave Rev R D Carter wears a broad on his face as he informs his many friends that he has a 11 pound t boy at his home and his name is Ed ward Herrel Carter Mrs C W Sturgeon who had been the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J M Mclntire for the past several weeks returned to her home Evansville Ind last Friday I Miss Golda Moseley of the East I Hartford neighborhood died last Thursday evening after a lingering illness of consumption Her remains were interred at Oakwood cemetery FridayWANTEDMen in each State to I post signs advertise and leave I samples of ourgoods Salary 7500 month 300 perday for expenses KUIILMAN Co S Dept S Atlas Block 27t12 Chicago 111 The Stock which Mr John P Foster of Nocreek recently purchased mention of which appeared in our Nocreek communication consists of I male and female of the double I standard Polled Durham variety and sold for 450 each yearling I Get you some pretty Waists and have them made before the rush I Very latest materials are now on display Embroidered Swisses and Linens Soisetts Linen Mulls and I beautiful patterns in mercerized t good at Long Cos Economy I Store Have you ever heard the great I Irishorator MJ Fanning Do not fail to hear him on the subject I My Country and Yours What Shall It Be Note the date March 13th 7 p m Beaver Dam 14th 130 and 7 p m at Hartford 15th 7 p j at Rockport i Rev W B Wright will fill his reg appointment at the Christian church next Sunday and Sunday night His subject for Sunday morning will be The Church of I Christ its Usefulness and Beauty and for the night service will be The Christian in Christ and Christ the Christian oi BARNETTS CREEK Feb 26Thomas Hoover and wife went to Hartford FridayIThe A S of E netts Creek on last Thurssday night was largely attended Arthur Kirk made a flying trip down in the lower Barnetts Creek Friday night John M Ralph Daviess coUnty is visiting relativesin our community this week Arthur Kirk will enter school at Hartford Monday Bud Hoover returned from Okla on the 18th inst C K Carson and Elda Tichenor Richard Taylor Taylor Mines E M Parris Buford left Monday for Oklahoma Ty Clinton Hoover and wife will leave the near future for Illinois MisSFlorencee Hoagland is visiting her aunt Mrs Ell Hoagland of Clear Run this week C K Carson and wife visited relatives in Taylor Mines Saturday and SundayMiss Pearl Hoover is visiting friends in Buford this week Ivon Park Clear Run made a a special trip on Barnetts Creek IllStSundayIday night at Ishmal Barretts was largely attended All report a I pleasant time y I 25000 to Loan at 6 Per Cent On first mortgage real estate BARNES ANDERSON Attys Hartford Ky CENTERTOWN- Feb 28CT Roark is in Hodg insvillfe this week on business DriGF Chapman is in Arkansas 11 a v E P BARNES BRO I iOlFURNITURE j of the most essential elements that contrib to the comforts and happiness of home is good lute substantial Furniture Good Bedsnice Chairs Rockers Mattresses Springs Cupboards Folding Beds Folding Lounges 1 and anything in tire Furniture line you need We ore acknowledged leaders in this line and we quote some very low prices on these goods We show nothing but Furniture of intrinsic value Every resor is mode of dependable oak every Glass is French bevel plate workmanship of every piece is positively guaranteed And it is your interest wu consider us well as our own If we satisfy you you will satisfy us by your patronage Visit ouraiMirmturo department stud see our linewGigantic Overcoat Sale Owing to the fact that it is late in the season and wo do not want to carry over a single Over coat until next season wo have decided to make a 2u pOI cent reduction sale on all Mens Boys + and Childrens Overcoats Wo carry a strictly up todnto firstclass line of Overcoats Materitalst positivtly season Wo bnnjrht very heavily but owing to t tho open winter we have plenty left to supply you with a coat you can use We propose to pay you to carry it ourselves Our loss is your gain If you have any idea of buying an Overcoat it will pay you to look our line over Sale opens Wed nesday February 21 and lasts 15 days Beaver Darn vvvSSSs64+++ t++i+++++F+ i BANK OF HARTFORD II rcoIgE o1 rED 188 Capital Stock L 4OOOOOO SurplusM 12 00000 Stockholders Addil Liability 4000000 Securety toDeposltors9200000- J W FORD President JOHN T MOORE Cashier H P TAYLOR V Prest no HOLBROOKAsst Cashier J W FORD T HOLBROOK H P DirectorsTAYLORJPO JNO T MOORE jv q ooking after his tim her interest OB Haskins and wife McHenry are visiting the family of J W Hill t Mrs E M Morton is visiting her father Mr OFlynn Utica I Mrs Dr Smith is spending a fewI days with her uncle Rev T1 Morton ivermoreIMiss Erma Tichenor is visiting her sister Mrs L P Loney Owens boro Miss Jennie James Matanzas visited I her many friends here last week Mrs V P Drown Point Pleasait t t A t is here visiting her sister Mrs N R James AJ Williams has bought and andmoved to a farm near Rocftpart N F Burden has purchased shome here t H H Davis went to Rockport thTs week on legal business Earl Davis ia in McHenry this week helping in Chapmans store G W Rowe met with a painful ao cident by cutting his foot J C Jackson began school the 19th hut J B Stoogneris on the sick Itst jtstltlt trtxft lcww 1yaRJawdl rM po REVIVALS IN MIDDLE ACES How the Franciscans Hade and Held Converts to Their Religion At least two methods seen to be used among revivalist workers both of which have come down from medieval times says the CUll temporary Review The Franciscans insisted on an obedient bund of workers with almost military organization They indeed called themselves tho Army of Jesus At the head of the order stood the general a new term in the thirteenth cell tury religious life The chief o the bund of workers in any Italian town took as his title the designa bon given to the military leader in the city republic in which they had their temporary abode In Venice he was il gonfal ionere de Gesti in Milan il capitano del Geso surd so on in other towns They had distinct modes of beginning their work prescribed for them with as definite details as if they were Methodist missionaries 01 officers and soldiers of the Salvo lion Artily When they began work in any town they were ordered to select a hall if possible in the lowest and poorest district They were forbidden to paint either pulpit or bench They were to assemble hI front of their hall and march through the streets singing their hymns playing on pipes and wav log ImnnerH When they had gath ered a sufficient crowd they were to return to their hall take their followers in with theta and delh- I short practical addresses in tersjKMsed with hymn singing Francis had a great dislike to nil book learning lie told his fol lowers to mingle with till common ix ople to talk with the masons when they were builidng with the weavers when they were weaving with the women when in Italian fashion they wer washingclothes by the side of the streams They would thus he said find what tilled the minds of till people wha spiritual help they needed troll the preachers what difficulties they hall III becoming followers of Jesus and in a morning coil veisu tion they would find the material for their addressess The Fransciscan revivalists subjected their converts also to disci pline and kept them united with each other They became what were called tertiaries of the order and made vows to live under a eel tain prescribed fashion to devote fco much of their money to good works and to give a certain amount of their time to the practice of ac tin benevolence Took It Calmly One Sunday recently a Indy went to church in a town to whirl Flit was a stranger and asked to be nliown to a seat The usher con ducted her to a boric scat in till gallery the only other occupant nt the time being an old gentleman who rose to let her pass It was somewhat dark nod till lady as she shook her skirts and settled down had a horrible sus picion that she was sitting on something besides t hluo1hloll She put out her hand mold drew forth the sad remains of a silk last O she sail to the old gentle man I beg your pardon Im so sorry The old gentleman looked at the melancholy ruin and replied that it could not be helped 0 its only generous of you to Fay so slid the lady but Im afraid youre angry Sot in the least said the old gentleman straightening out the hat and putting it under the seat you see its not my lint It be longs to Mr who showed y- oInShat I Stories These Are Records The highest altitude at whirl mountain climbers have stayed for any length of time is 2iM2 feet on the Himalayas where aiI exploring party painfully spru six weeks in ISlOJ Higher still a I 11111 feet is the extreme point of Mrs Mullock Workmans ascents1 Ihr glen test hight reached by a woman Ilex husbandwent on t a point LlUJM fort IIwhirIIitlio gmilfnt height micin d byes t j mountain climber j Always tbe Same j mllIi rttnntroneanyasiwnthcrN 1 American + FEAR FOR POTS AND LINEN Duchess Forever Measuring to Prevent Petty Theft of House hold Articles There is one middleaged but still beautiful duchess whose many whimsicalities pass all then bounds of reason One of lier idio Bynurasies Is a firmly grounded belief that the world is In league to steal certain valueless and im important possessions says the Sew York Sun I- CAt the ducal palace in Scotland are many priceless heirlooms much magnificent plate etc to all of which she is seemingly inditfer cut leaving the rare of it to hirer rings Not so the house linen traveling rugs and kitchen nten sils in her various residences Often indeed before her gucsU have left their rooms at the ron elusion of a visit she is upstairs stripping the beds and with a taper measure and memorandum goes carefully over every sheet towel slip and cover in the place It is of little avail that she as suns till disconcerted visitors that her suspicions of filching bits of linen are directed against their unfits lull valets She is equally queer about rugs and wraps The duke buys heaps of worm carriage blankets furs etc against the shrewd air of the north but no matter how genet OilS his purchases there is never anything but a ragged Highland j IIfmhun been carefully packed inii chests never to see the lI Hut most eccentric of htIIat duchess passion for i Iher saucepans Everyday slim descents to the kitchen domain and with her own hand records the di ameter of every vessel in the cooks keeping She fears a big pot may be re placed by a smaller size and keeps an uproar in the servants qiiarjt tees by this strange tonerand U by compelling her domestics to live almost exclusively on llsli Otherwise the duchess is a bril Hoot dignified and delightful woman and it never serious to oc cur to her to restrain these uncom fortable and disconcerting pract flees j 1 t HE WANTED TO RETIRE But Fixed Habits of Long Standing i Couldnt Be Cast Aside by PhysicianI An Intimate friend of old DrI Moggsley idled on him one lug and found to his surprise that the doctor wins packing hisL household goods for removal says Youths Companion What does this IIIli1Ur he asked It means1 said the factor that sifter IHacl ticing medicine in this village of Summerville for III years I have grown tired of it and Im going to ulnae away I cant retire null stay here at the same time My old wont let me Ive tried to 111111111I practice over to one of the other doctors but it didnt work 1i dont need to follow the business nay longer and I want to 111111111I the text of my days in am going to sell or rent my place hero mull go and live to souse town where I shall not be at everybodys beck and coil and where I Cnn enjoy a peaceful old age Three or four months later tillIsame friend in passing the house was astonished to see Dr Moggs ley standing in the front door and the familiar professional sign in its old place i Why hello tartar he slIldI greeting him elldlnll What IIWellrather sheepishly it means that I was an 0111 fool to think that1 couldlcndhere in thereof thin most 1II11I ttrablr months I ever spent anyi where and haw conic back to stay Let the patients canal if they want to So long as I am able to look after them Ill do it l motherndI v ars i A Paroflos It is one of the paradoxes ofI politics tint the straight ballot in frequently crooked =ICiuisns tltj Star iJr 3 SLEEP THE APE OF DEATH Striking Name Which Shakespeare rove to Visit to Slumberland I Scientists Talk of It Shakespeare salt n scientist called sleep the ape of truth This is a striking name for n ctrik tug thing Sleep is a wonderland Let us explore it Selfhypnotism is a mysterious force that we Ia exercise on oarrI selves in sleep alone We are 1Isvlfhypnotists We all on cer tain nights tell ourselves thrum that we must not oversleep thatI next nlorniugal four ut or six hllllNel1ttl must wake uP And we do wake up Our sleeping selves respond to till hypnotic slug ion ulnae the night before by i lour waking selves That is Urious and striking INIIt it Still IItllIdu1thnutrack of the time somehow in our ii slumber How on earth do nedo that It is impossible to do without sleep Men have slept standing walking even running They have slept in battle under tire with guns roaring Oil all sides They have slept in unendurable and deadly iifl- idihere is no torture equal to that which the deprivation of sleep entails The Chinese an the cruelest on earth soul themosi ingenious of tortures Well thi Chinese place the deprivation of sleep at the heal of their torture list Sleep is a state of rest The heart rests in sleep The heart is rhythmic muscle not one that reposes but one that works short shifts like a pnddler a on a moment off Well we sleep the hearts shifts of rest are redoubled It works 111Needpose as we hllolnloIof the skull When we are tiwnki brain is high mud full and ruddy i Sot only the brain mind heart but even the tear glands rest 11I asleep That is why when w awake we always rub our eyes iThe rubbing is an instinctive at- lulu that stimulates the stagnani glandsand coaxes them to moisten properly our eyes all dried i i n ARE REGULAR SKYSCRAPERS So He Thought Until She Turutd Round andGave Him an Awful ockIIJIIIW fearfully and wonderfully is time feminine of till hoar built in tin back A man with a discerning eye for thesethingsswenrs that a fashion able voting person who nut in front him on the train tlio other nftor towered yards above time heel of her seat tier collar ac cording to his calculations was built up quite six inches highsay the Philadelphia Hnllotin It sup ported four diamond pins each ai least two inches long so he rear soned that this was a modest cal dilation Where her collar lift oil her hash hair begun and ho states that never in hisexporiew1 he witnessed hair erected to such a skyscraping height Ik atonal undertake to say how it was done He only knows that itiwas waved and pulled fill above his level and he could only peer toward its dim retreating billows wonder He says he taunts her maid must have stood on a stepladder to dress it Away up on top he says there was set something in the nature of n hat he couldnt clearly tell whatIexcept that it was itIllsdistance at least a yard above her buck hair The top of it he says not for man to contemplate nor woman either unless she1 WIIl1I Hrobdingnagian When this IXtJIIIIIIinlllllern turned around the man says preia lofty multitude behind tumbled straight down sheer threatening to slice oil her pretty nose in the descent It looked said he vainly struggling to express his ebb lions like somebody hind taken a sharp knife trimmed her off close in front us mvinotlipp nand r fI J s slice the dough oil the pietin I imiist say after the amazing quan tity of hat and hair aft I wasnt prepared for such an anticlimax forward Rlio was an awfully pretty girl but she appeared to feel that her hat didnt quite hair once in front and she kept thrust ing out her chin as if she hoped to make up for the detlciency Poor thing I supposelts the fash font Of course what this unto was talkingabout is time new felt sailor erected to great heights behind chopped off short over till nose Fashionable Well rather As many feminities as can pay till prier are annexing the soon and many many men ate bound to be amazed thorebv IPnper Corks A remarkable in vent ion has just been perfected and patented It machine hich notices corks out n waste pajwr and paper pulp AH kinds of waste paper can be made into cortex which are super i 1m to the regularsortax they are not affected by acids or oils they have been tested by lending chem isle and the largest users of corks and it is claimed for theta that their nee fn superior to the old style in every way Dont frown look pleasant i you are suffering from indigestion or sour stomach tape 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lllllr 4 r It Is nn abbreviated box double or uliijri lirtaxtetl with coat rollnr or re veiH It lI4ig4 looMo trout Im slioiil lorn In the buck mill Ilia1 Mil Ihlollll- lit tliu present innineiit Is ilfstKiiwl for till gIuilkii t bit of the xylplillkc Corlll1 IlK1ttlu till nrmhule III xuci a fnslilon IIH to Htaml out to not droop for they III11MtI trlve Iii tnul Ui to tin slioillikin and make the waist measure NLPMI smaller Covert fliovlots ami liroiuliIotlw tirE till materials used and as this Is till llrst peit nt till pievntlliitf mode for spring they lire sit tar eu only In all KlimltM of tan Those la white hroail IheIptil to iintiiiiriwstiiivs new Mnlio tin flilfftit toilet ceen nt Del uriulr M on a mntliHMfifly of last wurlC- Willi ii pony coat of the lightest of tan lintaiilotli with skirt HIM slioon to mntti Tin1 little Iraifli cliapeaii f Die Kiinie i lor Imilu medium HtmlsUt brim mill hill crown The efteetlre trlinmlii WUH itll blue cliItTon ro ettofl null sold In co 11111 Ktim iitil the boloro nro quite the ra e for ovorv klml of wear These nr nmile up In silk anil elaborately trimmed with lat e inhirolul cry or tlllI tutu The Immlsmno applltple cnibrn erlix nnnrl opurt tutu ki for the inn a Ufailiin of KurittCMM Olid artUtlc llttlo Jilt k ci z Illilt will Rive lllrtlltVSilUOllCRS nnd rnrhit even to the robe otherwise plain IrUli crochet Is much until and yards and yards of chltTon plaiting hi rosy COATS WILT nr TIlE IEAIHXCI srnisnKTYIiK I the trimmings unit nniUonp All are French Ior dressy oceiiHlons nil are full and without exception elbow sleeves Corsets tire more elaborate until more expensive than ever Many of tilt very newest models Indicate clearly the lines demanded In till fashionable lltfitri by the latest frock Ideas Fullness of hOist Is desired nun a high bust Is demanded by nil princess KOWIIH flint waists of the tiny At a fashionable corsotalres many novelties nre seen One of the latest conceptions Is the bust support which If worn with ally corset will Rive the correct bunt lines They are charming with frills of I HlmJlIIItill arm I There Is nnhort corset waist termlnat READ THIS Louisville Ky Oct 1 1902i Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sirl suffered four years with kidney and rheumatic trouble At times I could not raise my arms up and pains in my ankles were so severe I could hardly walk Your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery has cured me and I take great pleasure i Simi113ryafillcted JOHN Sttt D u 1815 16th St IA TEXAS WONDER bottle of Texas Wonder Discovery cures all kid ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cure diabetes eminnl emission weak Jill lame tacks rheumatism and nil irregulnrU of tilt kid neys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above- mentioned Sold yqll druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer PO box 629 office 2tI Olive Street St Louis Mot I jK under till aria iniino or woven nil sulpartIliesetar which lii err Isnlso till liuig straight front ioiset with short hip nnd lilsi lilist Tim now full length French corset for till Htiut figure IH made with the lowc pnrt of foutll IneiiriliiR till Ii hut nnd fo cut ns to jvdufc their sl7 the bust Mull and Hat or full an desired And thoy arc gorgfonx In Initiate broche plain silk inhrolderctl or brocaded Jarlors snchetH etc are growing iioiv attractive oath yoar Itoiind gnr turn urn made with softly shlrrod sat Iii or Ibwrrttt ribbon eoverlng the with olantlc with n ratiter wlilo larc frill falling I tIIVrjJlO vertical itartoM arc fuiuti utah log tt i lies of llowercd t r plain rlhlioit ylilrriHl DVIT luoad elastic and hordwil with iiarrow valciulciuies bit frills Choiix of chllTim form the flnlsliOliiMiilspttex of every dnserljitlon nro till raw Many urn diilnty and very flabnnilt They adorn shirt waists and every Kind of gown lust a word about tilt new spring goods fur your street frock Gray Is tin1 Iciiillnir shade Mixed grays fir fawn riTicts In hroli n plaids or chfolcs or KtKiiis nlso slifphcrtl plnlds III soft sinoniit linlslicd English suitings arc on vlfxv III nil the fashloiiablo shopt nnd SHIIO of tin frocks dl plnytil In I lit 1111 h Klftb nvpinii windows aro jitiiiiiii Hut lit that moro iiiuu- iImr r ilrrn may hnvo nny lulIlncoin ii iff fiuthlon or fabric unxiwrcd Withi i hurfw IV ni m lt vrruiix the ta liiui xtert Iiy ntMnmiln Itne Dfv It P 0 Box 2111 Miitllxon Square Vcw York Ircloslnc vtumi for ripl1 Thu Breath Of Life Its a significant fact that the fltronjTfst animal of its size thegoril la alt has the largest lungs Pow orful lungs means powerful creat urcs How to keep the breathing organs i ight should bo mans chief cst study Like thousands others Mrs Ora A Stevens of Port Will ianv 0 has learned how to do this She writes Three bottles of Dr Kingi New Discovery stopped my coughof two years and cured me of what my friends thought consump thin 0 its grand for throat trout bles Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griflin Bro druggist Price 50c and 100 Trial botttle free FRESH WATER FROM OCEAN All Seaboard Cities Nay Be Abundantly Supplied by Springs In the Seas Suggestion of great jiossibil tvs of hush wattr supply is given iiin pnpir by Irof C II Hitch click of 111111111011 t college in tin iiii trniicisfo Chronicle It is u studyiif fresh wattrHprings in till ofuan hull within u few miles of tin shore Knougli is known of the fiHliiic of such springH In war lant tIll belief that theriMiinst lie vnst quantities of fresh water dis charged in I his way through tin flisirovfrid springs and perhaps Ilosi to big cities multi to fertile forIdrinking or for irrigation Sonic of those springs show artesian conditions and will rise HJ to 42 feet by tIn pressure of tIll suipply There is a porous waterbearing stratum beneath nil impervious cover Piercing this by boring gives access to n water supply Mint will rise quite a height with out pumping One of the most notable exam pits of this condition is at tilt is ldlI1of Oahu Tho plantations ou this island have mndo valuable use of the water for irrigation pur poses On one plantation 5000 acres file so irrigated Though the limps work continuously till wa tt r never fails Close to tIll coast line no pumps are needed ns till water rises 21 foot At Honolulu such water will rise 42 foot At Oiiliu they reach this waterbear lug stratum by boring UOO to 400 feet Some of these springs well up so powerfully as to prevent the ocean water from comm ingliug with the fresh in cases where the artesian water finds its pwn out let through a crevice III the impel vious strata Powerful streams are said to discharge millions of gallons of water through artificial openings very near the seashore These are believed to continue some distance out lo sea aral then to well up mingled wit II the ocean billows Prof Joseph Le Conte in his UertUjgj1 mentions thin existence ft frtfBli water springs l i in Hie ocean near IIUniiIdunll the Florida coast there is much of this water and at many places ItI is bored for and utilized The wonderful Silver spring whIchI bursts a fullgrown navigable riv r Iniuiqliintilr from its source is given Ait nn example of the ulldclI rtiiiidiifoiiditions that 1iitttl ace tie Jil1ICl II spring It is tin rtiinffiiljrQif a rcffSon far away uer 0 i i i STRONG IuurI tlmci at touch as tl LE1 or 60 eat itt AgainS tovalofTiltonGa said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Curs Hundreds arof otherw ak =women are being re stored to perfect health by rem edy YOU may be well if you will take itIndigestion causes nearly all the sick ness that women have It depnres the system of nourishment and the delicate organs peculiar tfl women suffer weaken become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risingsbelchingheartburn and all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat bottle U1i this and trpt4 at tb Lab- cotton ci LODWit COhlcII Shut by Z fltYN1 UUI YIli NEW STaffeta Silk Petticont 379 Postage I2c A Silk Petticoat At a Price Within the Reach of All 600 Value at 379 Every woman enjoys wearing u Silk Petticoat Tho exorbitant prices iisiinl ly clinrgrtl however prevent those In medium clrcuinstnueps from Indulging In time use of them Time MACV methods permit producing n Skirt nt 370 which will give us good satisfaction ns tiny tlOO Skirt over sold Time Skirt wo offer Is made of flne finality Mack tnffetn silk with deep nccordeou plaited tlouncu finished with pinked ruche trimmed mllte extra dust rullle full width and well male price 370Wo will promptly nnd cheerfully re fund your mooney upon return of the Skirt if it Is not In every WilY stlsfac tory to you This is our rule with nil goods purchased from ns Itnlogue readlinfor It now Make uso of the low prices and save money Address Room 201 R H MACY ftlCO BROADWAY NEW YORK Imps null the water filtered through inilos of sand Elise He cliiB the great gi nfrnlior upeaks of Htiiili springs existing east of tlii Isle of Pipes All this sug gests tIme possibility that in the fu ture nmny big seaboard cities maj discover Unit they fan obtain an abundant supply of pure drinking water almost at their doors by searching under tlio oiean for what in now going to waste mind mixing with the brine It certain stands to reason that is so runny outbursts of fresh water in the sea Ire already known there must be others yet to be discovered Cumbeland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Co Tncorpornted heres nothing time matter wan my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and place ol business My business has Increased and my wifes voice Is nev er heard to erunaMe about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition AIH PATH Mr m1I l D m g Olxlo Cowjaty Circuit Court TFUIrkh nd Jndge Den D PlnKo Attorney Oscar MldtllT Jailer Ed O DarrnnK Clerk 1ruuk L Fritz Mnitcr Con mttiloneriY I Moiel y Truatee Jury Fund It II Martin Sheriff hartford Deputy SheriffS A llrntthf L 1 Crowder E1I Mnunn Jo II Itobertu ASrCourtconvenesOret Monday In Starch and August amId continues three weekannd third Monday In May arid Novxmher two week County ConrtW U Tqylor Judge W H Tlnoley CIerkK MWoudnard Attorney hart foul 4i Court convenes first Monday In each monthQunrterlyCourthieglna on the third Monday In January April July amf October Court of Claims Convene first Monday In Jan nary Tuesday alter second Monday In October Other IuiceraN Moxley Surveyor Shran- K W Leach A e sorUob IlnyJames teWeesc School Haperlnlenilent Hartford Jerome Alleh COrouerJInto r Btlcoo Covirto- X ilnrrnss IleaTtr Uum1lDrth SI Jnne 23 Srptowber 14 December 21 W I Miller HOITO Ilranch Morth 20 June 25 Seiteiuher 25 December JC- W H Dean Duudie MnrinST June a Sep teuibvr 111 December 27 AV 11 Kdge Fordsvllln March Si Juno 2 September 27 Decent bet 2S 118 Chamberlain Iloln Mnrili2 J June 24 September 2S December 19 Herbert Render Centertown March 30 Juno Ch Scptf mber Sit December SO John Jlleolor port March 31 June 30 Sep tember 30 December 31 ISartfcsi rcllce Court R U Weddlnc Judjfe J S Glenn City At homey Seth Mimelev Uarnhal Court con vene second Monday lu eucbniontb SiollglovLo Corvlcoo- MK Church SouthServices third Sunday each month at 11 am and 7 p mnud secon Sunday at 11 m Prayer meetlngevery Wednes dayeveuluR Itev J A heal Instor Baptist Church Services held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening neT A D Unrdner pastor C 1 Church Services first Sunday In each montbatllaioanJy pm neT J D Hat ned tinsto- rSehoolTruteeehlortfordc3fcowe J s Glenn Dudley Ford II E Thomas Dr E U rendition City Council J H Williams Mayor C U Crow Clerk I II E li Sliuinerman Dr E II Ixadleton A II White Wm Fair Wra Dean Dr J W Taylor Qocxet Coclotloc A O U W meets Crt and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 078 Ft A Masons firs Monday ntght In each month Hartford That No 09 Knights of the Mace a bees every Thursday night IlouRh JUror LodgaNo 110 KnIght of Tytbti meetsevery Tuesday night Jreton Morton Post No4 0 A IL hold regular meeting Saturday beforeflrstSundaylnetrb monthSoutheiiftaiway I Shortest ani fastest Lines j- 1tIzorst Lexington ani Louisville j TO 81 Lollis1he WestT- wo trains daily as follows Leave Lexington 610 a m Lou isville 900 a m arrive at St Louis 612 p m Carrying vestibuled coaches and CafeObservation Par lor CarMeals a la carte through without cange Leave Lexington 530 p m Louisville 1015 p m arrive at St Lou is 732 a in carrying free reclining chair cars and Pullman sleeper through without change Reserve Sleeping Car berths at 111 Host Main St Lexington Ky 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky or Union Depots THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner ourCONF1DENTIALarwislng for patent I it Ii worth We PAYandtendIMMEDIATE Rtglsleredins at 603507 7th St WASHINGTON D C itw ROYAL Baking Powder C Makes Clean Bread I With Royal Baking Powder there is no mixing with the hands no sweat of greatestifacility sweet Full instructions in the Royal Baker and Pastry Cookbook for making all kinds of bread biscuit andcake with Royal Baking Powder Gratis to anyaddress ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK Hartford Republican I FRIDAY MARCH 2 THE LATEST NEWS I j Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems i Following a conference of several i leading life insurance representa Lives President Morton of the Equi table announced that his society had accepted the Armstrong repor and was ready to abide by any legis Ixtion that might be enactedII In the case of Judge James Hargis and others charged with the mur der of James B Marcum Common wealths Attorney Adams moved for acharge of venue Pending a derision of the court the defendants were released on 10000 bond each RENDER Feb 27Ansel Wilson Rosine washere last Wednesday Isaac Bennett Beda was here last ThursdayWm Nashville Tenn where I last Friday- J Alex Rhodes Beaver Dam where last Friday G L Miller Cloverport was here last Friday Messrs Simon Stevens and D W Willians were in Taylor Mines on business last Friday Robert McDowell was in Horse j Branch last Saturday I Jas Stephens of Central City was the guest of his son Simon last Saturday and Sunday- G L Ezell spent the day at Spring I Lick last Sunda Otha Miller Taylor Mines where I last Sunday Hiram Swany Cleaton was here last Sunday- C K Reneor Centertown was here yesterday- A V Bennett left yesterday for a ten days visit among relatives Evansville Ind inI V Clay Moseley Pellville is guest of his brother Prof V 111 iMoseleyMrs V Bennett and children are visiting in Beda Jack Mclntire moved from here to Taylor Mines today- E W C Boyer Central City wasI I here today on business I Well Worth Trying W H Brown the popular pensio- attorney of Pittsfield Vt says Next to a pension the best thin to get is Dr Kings New Life Pills He writes they keep my family I in splendid health Quick cure forI headache Constipation and Biliousness i 25c Guaranteed Z Wayne Griffin Bro drug store For Sale 69 acres one mile West of Pleasant Ridge on the Andersonville and Pleasant Rridge road 4i acres is bottom land Price 90000 one i tlnnrltll balance I 8 45 6 t years payments is desired SAMUEL JAMES Jr- Owcnsboro Ky ne Utfuiairt lie tooled A shop assistant had arrived in London to help a corn chandler llv had been warned against the people who would try to take a 4rpse out of his ignorance BO was rI pHrnlly on guard A customer i r r4 entered the shop one morning I and said I want six penny worth assistI I j ant only responded with a broad grin on his face Finally the cus homer losing patience staked him in forcible language why he did seedIme in said the assistant Tim knows tlm cannot ketch me What on earth do you mean r said the angry customer Illhy I know that birds grow from not from seed Wildtcoast of Nova Scotia troops of wild horHtIare to be found The i stork are believed to have landed Iflom a Spanish wreck early in the sixteenth century though in tin opinion of some their introduction took place at a later period Twen tyfive years ago it was estimated that these horses numbered GOO but at present there are scarcely 200 of them left Sable island is an accumulation of loose sand forming a pair of ridges united at the two ends surd enclosing n shallow lake There are tracts of grass in places as well as pools of fresh waterMoney Wise According to Biblical history man was made of dust Women of more modern times seers to appre elate that fact surd work it with satisfaction Their Use Pop what are those things on the organ there They are what they call stops What are they for pop To snake it go tinyclsiiuItnl- lourst American The Way of Life A man learns to be philosoph ical about the timehedoesnt need to beSt Louis GlobeDemocrat PRAYERS ARE NOT FAVORED Kansas Gets Cloud of Pest Prayed Out of Nebraska and Sends Message to Neighbor Executive IIf the mosquito theory regard mg fever is correct said Maj Charles R Peck to the Hous ton Post we ought by all means to send to the governor of Louisa ana a message similar to the one the governor of Kansas sent the governor of Nebraska- I remember once when the westn ern country Nebraska had beet gogt lain bad that the governor of th state issued a proclamation set ting apart a certain day for all th people of the commonwealth lo I meet at the public places in flu various cities towns and hamlets dlIirlisage v s worded in the usual ter luiuoloiv and the people met 111 appoir 1 K ined1 t that tl some our in Kansas culled the attention of the governor of that commonwealth to a cloud of grasshoppers being blown into the state from the north You know they came in perfect clouds Well I as soon as the governor saw that cloud he immediately wired ihe Nebraska governor s follows Stop prayin mr infernal giasshoppers iut K sns dit t I VALUABLE TREEMAHWA I Scientists Find That This Growth Poe i aess s Intrinsic Value When Placed on Market As a reliable commercial sourer of sugar the llowersof the Mahwn I tree liussia latifolla of India are being brought into notice Th I following description of the tree and of the numerous product that it yields are from a tranala lion published in the National j Druggist of a lecture delivered by lrof Voight before the Natural I Science society of Hamburg Ger nanny He saidI The Mahwa as a nut bearing I tree has been known for many ages In the Laws of Manu the priesthood of India are forbidden to indulge in madhvi a hey liquor made from the fruit and in the I Collection of Indian Remedies by Suruta we are told that the tree yields a sugary paste from which a fermented drink is made sapotaceneItwhich belongs the very important guttapercha tree of the Malay archipelago mud is found only in the northern border of India where it grows cJear to the foot of till might Uhnula lls It grows front 50 to 1m feet sigh and is one of the few deciduous trees of that region Its blooming period lasts from the end of February till April Quickly after tine pollen is formed the whitish tubular Oowl era swell to bulls about as large j as a cherry which contain a large amount of invert sugar honey The flower tubes full covering the ground in the greatest profu sion They are eagerly gathered by the natives and eaten A tree yields from 00 to UOO pounds of lowers which when dry weigh about half as much annul occupy about onefourth as much space The lund is leased to the na tives annul as the region where it grows is of u poor until stony soil the tree constitutes au important sourer of food Tine trait is usually mixed with rive mad thus eaten The dried lowers have very much the taste and appearance of raisins They are exported to Europe as a curi osity stud are also used us food for animals Distillation yields a large percentage of spirits which diluted with water makes davu a native whisky very much used It comes on the market in open barrels and is highly esteemed by Europeans who claim that it equals the best whisky Almost every village has its distillery In the island of Carougo just outside of Bombay some 10010 to 800111 rupees sure invested in stills alone i Reside the flowers the seed are of considerable use They I contain a fat of butter like consis tency which serves as a food stuff It Is called anon in and tine crude stuff known an fllipe and is lined by the Europeans largely for mak ing candles strops etc The wood is very hard mid lasting and i a much used for making the wheels of the native Inihloekcarts- ELECTRICITY KILLS BUGS Dy Placing Charged Rod in Earth Insects Will Leave Their Hid ing Places There seems to be no end to the uses of electricity Itedhugs ninny be annihilated by it Insects in Europe have it is asserted al ready been successfully attacked with it An engineer at Monaco was the first one to have his atten ton called to the matter while be worked with an electric machine in the open air He observed that inethe ground and were then connect voltsstrade iisccts in the leave their luffing plates in tin ground lie arp 1 that electricity might scalell1U1loal haste to t lie surface It nlititile that td the kill o IOIH kinds a different IIId be used further must be made to this- i An iiiiriitus is mentioned 1 byin Russian for killing iiiKiMH by electricity A nun io HO placed upon a hand r that no electricity is engcji irr Vfiile the cur is standing ill v hen in motion the current Into the ground through wheels of the car upon out- 1 5this other through vt nishcH of cooner j x o E 4Greatest i E Proposition Ever eredtI 1 j tLouisville Daily Herald 400 per year i p Republican 100 J Regular price of both papers 500 iI rClubbing price 200 is for a limited time only Present j Subscribers can take advantage of this offer as same as newIpones All you have to do is to pay your subscription to I Jfc THE REPUBLICAN to February 1 1907 and 100 in addi j tion and get the splendid newspaper the Daily Herald JJ for one years sAddress fill orflert to D THE REPUBLICAN 4 wires which are fastened in the rear of the cur so as to be a few inches above the ground The re I suit is said to be that all insects in the vicinity of the copper brush es are killed as if by lightning I What next Let us have elect rll fly killers I DAMON AND PYTHIAS IN ZOO Monkey and Ichneumon Living To gether in London on the Most Friendly Terms A somewhat unusual sight may at present be witnessed at the London zoological gardens where u monkey and an ichneumon are living together on the shout friendly terms The monkey is u Kuep pels colobus from northeastern I Africa and the ichneumon be tongs to the species llurpvHtc I albicaiida widely known in Africa under the nameof the whitetailed mongoose This most interesting animal ranges from Abyssinia to Natal besides being found in cer lain districts of West Africa It t is a large species easily distiu giiishcd by the pure white hairs at the end of its tail The prevailing color of its fur is dark gray ow lug to many oP the hairs slug ringed with black and white the fur has a speckled appearance The colobns monkeys are exceed ingly handsome creatures and may be seen in t lie V11 train time to time lint owing to their delicate constitution they seldom livelong in this county The headquar tern of this group the members of which have no thumbs are in West Africa but the present species is found in Abyssinia It is covered for the most part with shining black hair but on tine flanks is a mass of pure white hair which formsn sort of mantle Its dunk fare is encircled by a fringe of sunny white hair and its enor mously long tail ends in a white tuft This interesting pair has been lodged in the sloths house Jumble of Languages There are towns in Hungary and small towns too where from sev en to ten idioms are constantly be ing used On the Galician non tier there is in a lovely valley the old town of Eperjcs The number of its inhabitants does not exceed 1JOOO To this day the good peo ple of Eperjes are in the habit of talking in six different languages and several dialects An ordinary household will include n Slovak manservant a Hungarian coachman a German cook and a Polish chambermaid What is still more remarkable each grade of society will tenaciously cling to its own language for Centuries We are going to take sevenschoollloY f QJWo county to the Ma ni moth Cave without cost to them y ameftsxt l- r FREE TRIP TO- MAMMOTH CAVE Offered By The Republican to School Boys of Ohio County Our Readers Will Name the Most Popular Boy in Each Mag isterial District How many persons in Ohio county have seen the Mammoth Cave Situated less than 100 miles from us it is visited every year by people from every landas one of the seven wonders of the world Doubtless many of our readers have been embarrassed when in other Statesthey were asked to describe the wonderful Kentucky qucsI never seen this necessary part of the boys education the management pf this paper has decided to inaugurate a pilgrimage to the cave for the first week in September of this year and seven school boys one from each Magisterial district in Ohio county between the ages of 12 and 20 will be given the trip free of charge accompanied by one of the editors OUR PLANIEvery school boy in Ohio county who was not less than 12 nor more than 20 years old January 1 1906 will be entitled to be voted for The candidate receiving the largest number of votes cast for any one in his district will be entitled to the trip Every candidate must reside in the district from which he is named and the right is reserved to withdraw the offer in any district from which only one is nominated Every years subscription to THE REPUBLICAN of 100 whether arrears or advance will entitlethe subscriber to 10 votes and six months subscription to 5 votes The names of candidates with number of votes received to date will be published each week No employe or member of the family of anyone connected with this paper will be clligible as a candidate Per sons sending votes by mail will please cut out and use the following ballot TaE DXBTRXCTSThe seven Districts are made up of territory its follows DISTRICT No tEast and West Hartford East and West Beaver Dam and Prentis voting precincts DISTRICT No 2Cromwell Select Arnold Rosine and Horse Branch voting precincts DISTRICT No 3Sulphur Springs Narrows Olaton and Magan vot ing precincts DISTRICT No 4East and West Fordsville Etnaville Shreve Ralph and Herbert voting precincts DISTRICT No bBela Heflin ttuford and Bartletts voting precincts DISTRICT No 6Centertown Ceralvo Smallhous and Point Pleasant voting precincts DISTRICT No 7Northand South Rockport McHenry Render and Cool Springs voting precincts TRIP TO MAMMOTH CAVE I cast this ballot of votes For WhOAt age U between It nod SO jreari District No Precinct tit Jf t Signed 114 Address 14I state i COU Ti L