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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tA rl- iI iti tattfgrb Ittpnblicttun Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN THE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH 9 1906 No 34 Ii t OTHER END COMING of Construction on New jWork to Begin Soon 1Nearly all the Rightsofway Procured West of Green RiverJ George W FeaRan chief engineer of the Madisonvillc Hartford and I Eastern Railroad was here Thurs uy says the Madisonvillo Hustler for the purpose of making his last trip over the proposed route Mr Fea gan after making the tour will invite responsible construction com l panics to hidon the construction 4 work and it is the belief that it will be but u short time until the con tract are ull let and the actual work of construction under waIH II Holcman one of the prime movers in the movement to build the road is more than pleased with thoI i progress that is being made and Imade the statement Thursday that the road was assured When the company first began to take up rights of way it was predicted that many people over whose land the road passed would bitterly oppose giving the company a right ufway Mr Ilole nan said Thursday that he hadI experienced but little trouble in- closing the deals for the rightofway over practically the entire route He docs not think there will be a single instance in which the company will be forced to go to court with conI damnation proceedings The right of way is now almost virtually com plete and there will be nothing in e the way when the contracts are let and the work of construction com mences It is hoped by the promoters toI have everything in readiness to com work early in spring rrncnce Puffs Must be Paid for thefpulls in his paper must pay the following prices For telling the public that a man is a successful citizen when everybody knows he is as lazy a government mule 275 referrng to a deceased citizen as one who is mourned by the entire com munity when he knows he will only be missed by the poker circle 108 referring to some gallivanting fe male as an estimable lady whom it is a pleasure to meet when every busi ness man in town would rather see the devil coming horns hoofs and all than to see her coming toward them S310 calling an ordinary pulpit i pounder on eminent divine GOc sending a tough sinner to heaven with poetry 500 Misses Its Weekly Visit Dear Editor I am now at Clare more I T and feel quite at home except I miss the weekly visit of TilE REPUBLIBCAN so will send you n dollar bill to pay my subscrip tion till Juno 9th 190G and ask you to send me the paper to my present address pjease send numbers February 23rd and March 2nd as I do not want to miss reading them and I left Kentucky February 20th This is a fine country and a business town At least a dozen buildings going up now and somo are being complet ed every day Please send my ipapers at your earliest convenience and oblige Yours truly WILLIE LEWELLEN Claremore L T March 3 1906 Surprise Party i Miss Efiio Render was given quite an agreeable surprise party Tuesday evening Quite a large crowd of young folks was present and the evening was pleasantly spent in play ing charade and other games in terspersed with music and other amusements Light refreshments were served during the evening Those present were Misses Florence Cobb Effie Ren derl Katie Thomas Lily Burton Winona Stevens Fannnie Cox Mary K Ca33ieRiley Hettie Riley 4 MaryBen1netMearl Thomas Artie I i i4y 11 Wedding Bernice Miller Lily Miller Nora Bennett Ella Mosley Arbye Brown Elba Bean Messrs Ernest Woodward Marvin Moseley Harry Bennett Frank Mol y Grossie Williams Carlisle Render Henry Long Will Taylor Charlie Taylor Chester Keown George Lewis James DeWeese Cleve Her John Bennett Evans Colle Ross Bennett Ira Bean Ike Sanderfur Charlie Wilson WORK OF LEGISLATURE Twentyfive Bills Sent to the Governor and Fourteen Have Been Signed TFrankfort Ky Marcl1lOut of a total of eightytwo bills passed far by the Senate and sixtyone b the House twentyfive have gone I through both bodies and reached the Covernor He has attached his signature to fourteen of these tli last being the House bill which placed the Houses of Reform at Lexington under the control of theI State Board of Prison Commission ers The remaining eleven hav not Jet been considered The Legi lature has eight more dayrf to hurry through its work Most of tit bills which have received the Governors approval carried emergency clauses and became laws with hi signature They arc as follows- I The Louisville Sewer Enabling Act II Regulating the fees for re cording articles of incorporation in the office of the Secretary of State IIIhfhe measure forming th new Thirty second Judicial District IV The measure forming the new Thirty third Judicial District- V Providing that the State Treasurer may select more than five banks as State depositories VI Providing for a Commission er of the Court of Appeals VII Protecting the mineral rights of land VII Appropriating 12500 for the benefit of the Eastern Kentucky Lunatic Asylum at Lexington IX Appropriating 35000 for improvements at the Western Insane Asylum at Hopkinsville- X The Croan Dog Tax Bill XI Providing the manner of forming an additional Judicial District in counties having a Circuit Court of continuous session XII Providing for an additional Judicial District in Kenton county XII Dividing these two districts into criminal common law and equity courtsXIV Placing the Houses of Reform at Lexington under the control of the State Board of Penitentiary Commissioners S S DUNDEE Bro Leslie Miles filled Bro Bak ers regular appointment here Sunday night The new Baptist church at this place is now nearing completion- Mr Claud Renfrow wife and little son Virgil Miller visited Mr Ren- Crows parents Mr and Mrs Very Renfrow Sunday Quite a number of our men went to Hartford MondayI Mrs Byron Wedding visited her parents Sunday Mr and Mrs J Ellis Mitchell visited Mr W H Renfrows family SundayMisses Dee Duke and Hallie Cash visited Miss Callie Nabors Sunday Miss Adah Johnston of Elizabeth town visited friends here last Wed nesday Mr and Mrs W R Bean visited their daughter Mrs J A Duff of Sulphur Springs Sunday Mr Byron Bean was in Hartford Sunday Mr J A Duff and Miss Artie Duffvisited Mrs Ellis Mitchell last Wednesday We have effected new ar rangements whereby we can furnish The Republican and the Louisville Daily Herald oneyear for 200 TWO YEARS FOR STEVENS Jury Deliberated Three Hours Be fore Verdict was Agreed Upon We the jury find the defendant guilty of manslaughter as defined in second instruction and fix his pun ishment at two years in the peniten tiaryThese are the words that deter mined the fate of R Flem Stevens charged with the murder of W L Growbarger The case went to trial Tuesdayafternoon and the verdict was rendered about 1045 oclock yesterday morning after the jury had deliberated about three hours onOonlyyfor a guilty of manslaugter Quite an array of witnesses were prosecutioneand defense but not more than half of them were heard Parties who heard the evidence say it was very contradictory Theverdict came as whoehas taken an interest in the case A motion will be made by defend ants attorneys for a new trial and if same is refused by Judge Birkhead an appeal will be taken to the Courts of AupcalsOTIIEU COURT ITEMS The following gentlemen compose the grand jury for this term R S Jackson C L ChapmanAlonzo Bar nard J D Moseley D S Bennett L H Hammons J F Hicks W B FordeA B Leach and Thomas Chinn L H HammOns was appointed fore man Alonzo Barnard sheriff and D S Bennett clerk Those empaneled as petit jurors are as follows C T Whittinghill Warren Lindley Robert Westerfield Geo Reid R C Stewart Quint Brown Geo Jewell B R Kelley Joe Barnes T L Anderson J W Carter F M Westerfield J C Bennett Shelby Rock Isaac Cooper Alex Bell R S Taylor S W Hines F M Hatler James McSherry H B Taylor W L Shultz G B Brown and D P Moseley All the Commonwealth cases on the first days docket except Commonwealth vs Wm Ezell and Thos Coghill were continued for lackof process and witnesses not being pres ent these cases were continued The following cases on second days criminal docket were disposed of as follows Comth vs A J Bayne charged with furnishing liquor to a minor verdict of jury not guilty Comth vs Clayton Williams of fense reduced to taking property without feloniobs intent and fined 50 James Lannum was fined 1 and cost for being drunk while acting in the capacity of grand juror Comth vs Cleve Herrel charged with voluntary manslaughter set for ward to Monday Comth vs Ellia Dickson charged withmurder set forward until next Monday as were the rest of the cases on the second days docket Commonwealths Attorney Ben D Ringo absent on account of serious illness in his family Judge J S Glenn was appointed wealths Attorney pro commonI with County Attorney E ward have conducted the prosecution for the Commonwealth exceptI in the Stevens case in which I Barnes and G B Likens assisted in stead of County Attorney Woodward The grand jury has returned the following five indictments One against Garfield Maiden unlawfully carrying away personar Two against A J Bayne furnish lug liquor to minor One against A V Leach charged with forgery One against Guy Faught charged with forgery i 25000 to Loan at 6 Per Cent Onfirst mortgage real estate I BARNES ANDERSON Atfys Hartford Ky I 1 tlV 8NG Y a r a 0LktuNfh HOW TWO BEAUTIFUL WOMEN ESCAPED PELVIC CATARRH BY AID OF PERUNA v Female Weakness Is Usually Pelvic Catarrh Peruna Cures Catarrh Wherever Located V Mrs MnMo Bradford 13 Church street JJurllngtonVt Secretary Whittler Oratorio Society writes Peruna is certainly a wonderful medicine for the ills of women I have beard it spoken of in the highest praise by many and certainly my experience is well worthy t of a good word I began to have severe pains across my back about a year ago brought on by a cold and each subsequent month brought me pain and distress Your remedy was prescribed and the way it acted upon my system was almost too good to be oI certainly have regained my health and strength and I no longer suffer periodical pains and extreme lassitude Mable Bradford t Thousands ofWomen Cured Every Year by CorrespondcnccThls Is What Dr Hartman Proposes to Do for You Without Charge Women who suitor should read the evidences presented Lore We have thousands of letters front grateful friends who tell the samo story Half the Ills that are peculiarly womans own aro of a catarrhal character Female weakness was not understood for many years Dr Hartman deserves the credit of having determined 1U real character Ho has made catarrh aud catarrhal THEWAREHOUSE PLAN Should be Encouraged by A S of E PeopleKeep the proIduct at Home j Owensloro MesffngerJ The members of the American Society of Equity in the countie- composing the Green River district have gained notable victories during the past few months The pooling plan has been a success notwithstanding the fact that several objectionable features exist in it In ev ery county the question is asked by the farmers Why this extra ex pease of having a Louisville com pany handle our tobacco Why cant we handle the pooled tobacco and save the expense At the last meeting of the Green River Tobacco Growers association the warehouse committee made a port recommending that a war house be constructed in Owens boro and that Owensboro be made headquarters of this district This question will be voted on at the next meeting of the association The plan is to organize a warehouse company and sell stock to the farm i ersand Qthers who wish to invest in the enterprise The number of shares to be sold to one person is limitedtThere is some opposition to greaterlfrom the agents of the Louisville I concern which handled the tobacco i last year This concern is in the busines for the purpose of a51notGlk IiI Mrs Lizzie Redding 8131 B Clifton Place St Louis Mo writes I found after trying many different medicines to restore me to health that Peruna was the only thing which could be depended upon I began taking it when I was in a decline induced by female weakness and overwrought nerves Ibegan to feel stronger during the first week I took Peruna and my health improved daily until now I am in perfect health and enjoy life as I never did beforeLizzie Redding diseases including pelvic ca tarrh a life study Peruna cures catarrbwbether of the pclvlcTorgans orifiy other organ 6f trio human bod- yPeruna a Natural Behutlfler- Pornna produces clean mucous mem branes tho basla of facial symmetry and a perfect complexion The women have not been slow to discover 11lIta course of Peruna will do moro restoring youthful beauty than all tho devices known to science ilany a girl has regained her faded beauty many a matron has lengthened tho days of her comely appearance by using Peruna Daviess conuty tobacco This pany should be thankful to the comI committee for the previlege of ling the tobacco Owensboro is one of the largest loose leaf tobacco markets in th- I world It is conveninet to all th counties comprising the Green rive district Of course it moans muc Otvs I and warehouse in Owensboro but it means more to the tobadco growers than it does to the citizens EDITORS NOTEWhy not have storage house in every county and cut off the expense of shipping to Owensboro just like a storage at Owensboro would cut off the cost of shipping to Louisville Orphan Children The Kentucky Childrens Home Society has sixty boys and girls be tween theages of three and nine for I Christianehomes These are and attractive and we guarantee that no family will t be disappointed i in a child we send them i The winter months have given an enormous amount ofwork to do We are receiving morejchildren now 1 inieasierinterestrin this great giving a home to one of these little ones II CASTOas-r A gar the Bows Algastnre r4 fr4iV I Pornna those women find a prompt IInpermanent cure nousanas or lestimonials to this er feet arojeceivcd by Dr Hartman overt year The good that Pernna has accomplished in this class of cases can scarcely be overestimated M + If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the nso of Peruna write at once to Dr Hart T man giving a full statement of your Tease and ho will be pleased to give you his valuable advice Address Dr Hartman President of Tho Hartman Sanitarium Cofnm bus Ohio All correspondence held strictly confidential N++ ++ + 5 S RUNlare about t beds Born to the wifelofjG J Stewart on the 27th of February a fine boy GrayrourhAlex Hines made a flying trip through this neighborhood last Sunday Rev R A Fuqua filled his regu Liar appointment at this place Sun day J E and H A Park are getting along fine with their sawing which theyjust contracted from Owensboro Wagon Co- Prayer meeting at this place is progressing nicely Sunday school has been organized at this place and will begin first Sun day in April JrIAlbert Shiverly Concord was in lour neighborhood last Sunday IWaived ExaminingTrialI nrtcktnrlilic remoeratleLoyal P Bennett the U S Depu ty Marshal of Owensboro who shot and killed Will Macy as he was fleeing to avoid arrest at Rosetta February 25 through his attorneys Murray Murray waived examining trial last Thursday His bond was fixed at 750 for appearance at the second day of the May term of court 1906 His bondsmen are Col C M Bar nett of Hartford SenatorA S Bennett and Deputy Collector Alfred Thruston of Owensboro and Haw Skins Smith of Garfield THE COUNTY UNIT How It Would Effect Various Cit ies Counties in Which Li quors Cannot be Sold I C HumIll Ailment I The substitute of the County Unit bill which has been adopted by the Senate does not appear to be acv ceptable to the antiSaloon League A vigorous effort will be made to defeat it in the House or to amend the bill so that not more than four I classes of cities will be separate i units Under the provisions of the I Senate bill cities of the first five classes and the counties out side of these cities can vote separately local option The effect of the adoptio- of the County Unit Bill and the ex tent of local option in Kentucky is pretty well defined in the following interesting information obtained from the Louisville Herald Sixtyfive counties of the State have voted licensed saloons entirely I out of their borders twentynine have licensed saloons in but one place and only five counties allow whisky to be sold generally within their limits They are Campbell Kenton Jefferson Meade and Todd and each one of those counties has more or less dry territory The counties in which can 11BallardGraves CallowayMarshall McLean Butler Simpson Edmonson Gray son Breckenridge Hart Barren Allen Monroe Metcalf Larue Bul litt Spencer Taylor Adair Cum berlain Clinton Wayne Russell Casey Boyle Garrard Oldham Grant Nicholas Bath Fleming Rowan Elliott Carter Lawrence Martin Johnson Menifee Powell Lee Wolf Morgan Magoffin Floyd I Pike Knott Letcher Leslie Harlin Perry Owsley Clay Knox Whitley i Laurel Rockcastle Jackson and HobertsonIThe fourth thirdclass cities are Ow j ensboro Henderson Frankfort and i Bowling Green If the county were the unit all except Owensboro would I probably vote dry as the other three cities are the only places in their counties where liquor is sold There are twentyseven fourth class cities three of which Danville Mayfield and Penville are local op tion Dayton Bellevue Latona Ludlow and Central Covmgton are in hopelessly wet counties the fol lowing are the only places in their c respective counties in which liquor is sold Shelbyvilie Mt Sterling Middlesboro Harrodsburg Somerset Lebanon Nicholasville Madisonville and Princeton It is almost certain that if the county were the unit whisky would be voted out of these towns The following fourthclass cities are located in counties in which at whisky is sold in more than one place Hopkinsville Maysville Richmond Paris Ashland Cattles burg Georgetown Versailes and CynthianatlOf the fortyseven fifthclass ciestwetityliveare located in stricj tly local option counties Seven the only cities in their counties inh which liquor is largely sold They are Elizabethtown Russellville Fairmnuth Central City Vmceburt- Hawo vine Marion and Providence It as probable that if the county were the unit iiqour would be votedout these places The other fifthclass towns are in counties in which liquor I is sold in various places Starving to Doath in Because her stomach was so weak ened by useless drugging that she in Cjuld not eat Mrs H Walters of fci Clair St Columbus 0 was litj early starving to death She writes I Ty i mach was so wta from use ii that I could nit rat and vij so wrecked that I could 1 and not before i was given tie c vau 1 Induced to try Eloc Ilw tt TS with the wonderful re l mprovcment began atone pest iiloti eiiro followed Hestoi i ionic on earth 50r Guar L Z Wayne Grilin St 3rus M One Viewpoint I vu think it would be a says I ca for you to have privntu Can J at iv in the hotel mmvely in siuiir tell a slight hyptrcriticnl tiur tlr V i the North I i vt think it vvuld le th- eprr i inVer tit have Vm private j F 1 ts ti Ave IT at aU r1 ly t I n11 ft 9i r UPI BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sure to of the wonderful CoBlng cures made by D- KilmerSwampRoo the great kidney liver remedyIt cal triumph of the nineteenth century dl covered after years byDrnent kidney and bla der wonderfully successful In promptlycurln lame back kidney bladder uric acid troubles and Brlghts Disease which Is the worst dorm of kidney troubleIDr Kilmer s emmendedforeverythingbutifyouhavekiney lust the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private punr every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and find out If you have kidney or bladder troubleIWhen writing mention reading this offer In this paper and send your address to Dr Kilmer hamton N Y The j regular fifty cent and nome of BWMBPROOI druggistsDontthe name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BlnghamlonN ville Ark It would be sorter em theI though I know but what it might be popular with the bypasses T ERUPTION OF VOLCANO Miles of Lava Flown From Volca no in German Sarnot Tutuila Samoa March 1Tre volcano on the Island of Savaii in German Samio is still active The inhabitants of the district of Matau tu have abandoned their homes an traders who resided there have removed all their stores The flow ofI lava Is slow and people approach quite close to it Some persons will not leave until their houses are actually set on fire by the burning lavaAs the lava flows into the sea great volcanos of steam arise and the once placid lagoon inside the coral reef i TheInow was one of possessionsf r neath the old lava arid raises it up until it is a field some twenty feet I highThe I people of Saleanfa with their personaleffects were taken rjn board the steamer Maori and landed Safotulafai and the house and other native effects are being taken away by degrees by boats At the town Maleola the lava has stoppedrunning but over half of is town has been destroyed On February C there was a strong eruption of the volcano lasting about ten minutes Several explosions occurred evidently caused by accumulations of steam in cavities They are accompanied by a pene I trating odor of sulphur I They also have been at inter rals gushes of steam from innumer able rents in the lava bfstrong hissing noi1ehOne of the peculiarities of the lava stream is that it presents the appear mce of a flattopped wall and this spite of the numerous fissures it shows At night it is most impos g for then the whole front is one glowing red mass with innumerable points of white fire dotted about itjcI A party from the Maori landed ooh at the lava at Maleola plate warf found to be partially dei itroyed There seems to bu very lit of doubt that the next fresh flow of J in that district will reach the carat at Srtupatua During thehi three weeks a number of pieces heavy bridge timber have been ed wwlied UM on the Southern coast ifTutuiiia Some of the lugs nre iurreJ and t taw evidence oi i ra Try Curoa PolonIceSalt Kendall of Phillipsburg just cover it over with Buck j ens Arnica Salvo and the Salve will j the rest Quickest cure for urns boils sorts scalds wounds piles eczema suit rheum chapped j lands sore feet nnd sore eyes On 86c at 7s Fern Griffin Dros i 1 Guarartetd ITOWN OF HARTFORD Interesting Description of t j Present Day City by a For CitizeniUnder the headlines of R minis cences of the old town of Hartford the Central City Republican publish cfca a quite interesting article written citizedtgthe following Hartford is one of the oldest towns in the State a fact not generally known to the younger generation and was a town of some importance whenOwensbore was a boat landing called The Yellow Banks and Henderson was another landing called The Yeller Banks While Hartford has not kept pace with the towns mentioned in growth and worldly prosperity it has ranked i high up in moral eclat and sent aI greater number of men and women j perhaps into the world for better ment of mankind than any other town of its size in this or any other State I For neatness and comfort Hart ford will compare advantageously with any town in the State Good buildiniI i the town electric lights and plenty of them in the main part of the town that you can see to walk by The Dwellings are neatness exemplified not palatial residences as the town does not boast any millionares j but all modern structures neatly j painted and surrounded by well kept yards The business houses are sub stantial and are so are the men inI sde of them Soon they will have a system of water works but the town has always been well watered by fine wells all about the place Soon they expect to have a railroad a long J hoped for addition to conveniences thisdj enterprise who d things not depend sovie one else They dont wait for things up but go and turn thirgs up There are three banks in town all doing well two news papers the Herald and Republican both up to I date and wellsupported The best index of county papers is the fre quency of its being quoted by the ideasto many but I have long ago found it to be true No papers in the quotedepapers by the Louisville dailies But have drawn this out long enough would to make mention of some of the grand men and women who have passed over to the other side but who left their impress deeply implan ed in those who yet remain They sleep in peace in the silent city of the dead and a fitting epitaph for most of them would be The world better because they lived in it Z 0 KINO Cats and Chickens- At I this season of the year the old family cat which hour after hour sits sunning herself on the windowsill apparently oblivious fall her surroundings is not infrequently resting from her depredation in the poultry yard where she devoured a young chicks from the newly brood So stealthily does she go about her work that she is not even missed from her accustomed haunts and if anyone suggested that she was in any way responsible for the disappearance of the chicks her owner would resent the imputation and de are thatonly rats weasels or hawks ould so quietly have made way with themCats seem to understand that kind vandalism is not permitted and they go about their work so quietly that it is only by chance that we catch them as they sieze a chide and disappear to some HI lud spot to either devour it alone or share it with her family of kittens It la not only our own family cat which so quietly steals our chicks but those of our neighborswilloften a mile or more and bleen them our flock of young ones rlisap peares as if by magic The time they usually select is about daybreak when the chicks first como from the coops to search for the early worm Watch for them and bring your gun into play There is no way to stop them except by that method Cats which kill chicken Hljet i1 dogs that kill sheep death alone willstop theme Cats form the habit of catching birds as food for their young and cluelitoother way to protect our chickens It is either no cats or no chickens and since one is for pleasure and the other for profit we must of necessi ty protect the latter and the sooner we begin the work of killing the better it will be- n Persuasion will not answer It- t requires drastic means to insure safety for the flock CAsXonXABear thelha Kind Yen lljYa Always Bcuz Blgtuttws of rIfPI DORSEY NAMED Special Judge to Try The Hargis ICase of Breathitt County Frankfork Ky March lFormer Circuit Judge John L Doosey of Henderson was today appointed by Gov Beckham as special Judge of the Breathitt Circuit Court for the trial of the Hargis eases in which Judge Robert Riddell the re gular presiding Judge of the tills JudgeIwhen the appointment was madeI andaccepting the commission h left on a morning train for Jackson to go upon the bench for the hearing of any motions and the trial of th case It is thought here that the appointment of Judge Dorsey will give satisfaction to all parties and to the people of the State generally He has been upon the bench in the Fifth Circuit Court district for many years and has the reputation off being an able jurist anda fearless man lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or rich black Use FARMERS TOSTRIKE 1 Ordered By A S of EOrganI ization Said to EmbraceI 200000 Members lintlniiiiiillx liul IHpiilcli A strike of the 200000 farms composing the American Society Equity an organization with head quarters in Indianapolis has been I called for March 1 Every one who responds to this call will agree to aglilcultumlthat are up to the level that has bee decreed as equitable by the ollicials of this organization The word is being passed through all the wheatgrowing States and the response that is being made is said to be causing considerable con cern on the part of market men and speculators A representative of a recognized authority in the whea- trade was in Indianapolis recently trying to ascertain what response the call was receiving This organization claims that the producer ought to get at least 100 a bushel for wheat no matter what maybe the size of the crop It i claimed that theprice of any agri cultural comodity can be controlled by controlling the marketing The call for the strike sets forth a mini mum selling price on all farm products prices which the agriculture teo and can get if they stand together Kansas and Minnesota arc being 1et is figured that if his state holds out for the higher prices the trick will be turned as Minnesota raises a big percentage of the spring wheat crap taut Kansas produces a controlling- percentage of the winter wheat crop OASTOnXABear taeThe Kind You Han Alw3rs Bjczhl Signature of w Aycrs Pills Ayers Pills Ayers Pills Keep saying againThiI BUCKINGHAMSDYE rim en or uiiuum oa L r tuu ro nuic AI line Trains TO FLORIDA V- IAfherfail ayIreAND un I Gmuil Route 1Florilla Limited leaving Louis ville 8 a m daily connects at Dan Pullnman Sleepers and vestibuled coaches via Chattanooga and Atlanta arriv ing Jacksonville at 850 a m anti dayjall meals enroutv Florida Spectral leaving Louisville 7lr p m carries observation Louist ville to St Augustine without change via Chattanooga and Atlan ta arriving at Jacksonville 8fiO p m mid St Augustine at 10 p in next day From Danville this is solid train of Drawing Room Sleep carsalso Dining Car serves all meals env route Via the Land of the SkyPull man Sleeper leaves Louisville 7MJ5 p m daily running through to Knottsville where connection is made at 9115 a m with through sleeper to Jacksonville via Ashville Columbia and Savannah arriving at Jacksonville 9 a m Winter Tourist Tickets arejVariable Yours Going via Ashville and Land of the Sky and Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta anti amt anooga or Vice Versa For the Land of Sky Winter Home or other handsomely illustrated book lets folders rates etc ndilrei any agent of the Southern Railway or CHHUNGERFORD DPA KyCMoWG P A Q 3 C Routo- Cincinnati O Sitiei1pTYPEWRITERSIappeal to your sense and your senses They have the light touch which makes forIspeed and attractive writing JI THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER COMPANY Syracuse N Y Branch Stores Everywhere BrrI1cn Office KM V orth mr CnCJMrtcUl Ohio7rF I I J J r i r+p I 4 CARY DECURED IECTH I I Ballots From the Rumsey Pre cinct Were Recounted j mcEuen Present County Clerk ot McLean County Counted Out By 21 Votes The Democrats of McLean Co won FrhlaY1i1dispatch Messenger when Judge Hirkhead f decided that II G Cary is entitle to tin office of County Court Clerk over Ellsworth McEuen who has held the office since the first of the year By the count as had of the ballots in the contested precinct Kumsey Cary was elected by amaj jority pf twentyone votes After hearing the statements attorneys for both parties to the suit Judge Birkhead announced that ho would open the ballot box ofI Kumsey precinct Removing large envelope containing the bali lots he allowed it to be inspected both plaintiff and defendant and I I their TheIIUmneI4IlUG votes for Cary The figures ns shown by aflteren and 153 for Cary Thus the count made showed a gain of twentythree j votes for Cary and a loss of sixteen for McEuen giving Cary a majority of twentyone in the county Mc Euen had claimed his election by nineteen votes as shown on the face of the returns Mr Cary was the Democratic can didate in the race for County Clerk The Democrats are jubilant over their victory and it is now practically certain that Cary will be given the certificate of election although he may have to wait until the Court of Appeals can pass on the case McEuen is still contending that his e I the legally elected clerk andwill I in all probability take an appeal LATER After the making of the count the real legal fight began and it is not a lMyet concluded Arguments were made the case and will Itlisfinal decision will not be made for several days A report that the de cision had been rendered in favor of Cary the Democratic contestantwus j unfounded 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 Tole doOhioWe undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan Iclally able to carry out any obliga made by the firm Waldfag Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally r b the bloodacting directly upon and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonals sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by druggists Take Halls Family Pills for con I stipation I Woman Acts as Lawyer Danville Ky March IJohn Taylor prominent destiller was held to the United States court by com missioner Lawwill hero today on the charge of violating Section 3218 of the revenue statutes His bond was fixed at 15000 with W H Taylor a brother as surety When brought into court Taylor refused to employ counciland his wife conduct t ed his case for him in a shrewd nan neroHe will be tried at Frankfort March 13IIf yu are 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 beingre- lieved it is probable that you got hold of one of tho many worthless counterfeits that are mid on tho re putation of the genuine DeWitts 4 llaI Falvi Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Br I 15OOOOCO UI1l1rciJa5 a Year j Up to a few scars ao it is said ony WV01 raMenta on umbrellas had Icon sud i i Urn irlitoi States in s NO MAN IS STRONGER THAN HIS STOMACH Lnt tlio greatest nthloto ImvndyspopMa 1llllIlcaluuwlwslusufllclentftxNlhelosrtstmngth no fond dies Food Is con verted Into nutrition tlinniKli tho stem ncli and Ixwcl It depend on tlio MfiiRtli of tin stomach to what extent d1cuphrj ahmidunt food to eat when tlio Monmch ulldjS or RIIII of Iliti body If thoMotimch isweak- tin Ixnly Iii weak also liecnnixi It Is upon the sidiimch tho Ixxly relics for It Mrviiiitli dud an till Ixidy considered ax ri whole In mado tip of Its several mem theblHIe ach will IMI distributed among tho or i thoIthat physical WIukllllIS will ho found In ltcligiving rlso to biliousness lonof appetlto 0IIf weaknesses II Mr Lotus Pare of Quilxv wrlli41 ro hl1lJlIn IraIt and pow nisei for mr mid cllliouicli I took hrltrrmtoptaklnxthutkcI I kiiit up dm irvalimrl I look on llttli lilY Btomarli Utamii niinital tin tll rr i h 1 unrini tiIItrtnothasdontforJlIIII1 INl wliHtllcil by u pro nyurn abutg fuDrlx t hrY1Inr iqPo er Ixxik of lax pagtt SMnil SI one cent soon t for Holrfl or 31 Manila 1 for dulhIHIIII1 i py Address Ur It v Ilcrce 00 Main Strict Ituffalo N V one hundred years This despite the fact says the American Inventor that the annual production of um brellas in this county is close 15 000000 The ribs and stem of an umbrella arc generally made in factories haying specialty of these items and arc sent thence to the real manufactur er Here first the man whose work it is to assemble the parts inserts a bit of wire into the small holes at the end of the ribs draws them to gather about the main rod and puts on the ferule In cutting the cloth seventyfive thickness or thereabouts are arrange ed upon a splitting table at which skilled operators work In another room are a number of girls who op crate hemming machines A thous and yards of hemmed goods is but a days work for one of these girls workIAfter hemming the cloth is cut into triangular pieces with a knife as before but with u pattern laid upon the cloth The next operation- is the sewing of the triangular piece- together by machinery The covers and frames are now ready to be brought together In all there arc twentyone places where the cover is to be attached to the frame in the average umbrella The handle is next glued on and the umbrella is ready for pressing and inspection By far the greats number of umbrellas today are cquppcd vith wooden handles A large variety of materials may be used however such as horn china bone agate pearl ivory silver and gold Gold and silver quite natural ly enter into the construction of the more expensive grades of umbrellas some of which in price have been known to bring as high as 150 to 300 A wooden handle may likewise be expensive depending upon the quality of the wood used Ed ony petrified voodfiroak and elder arc as well known to the umbrella manThe umbrella has been developed rapidly during the last few years We pick up even a cheap one nowadays press a button and the top spreads itself like an eagle ready for its 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 alive Honey and tar does this It i the Original Laxative Cough Syrup the best known remedy for Coughs Colds Croup Whooping Coughetc Tastes good and is harmless Sold by Z Wayny Griffin Bro CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Havo Always Bought Baira tlio ASlgtuturoof cJitL 1icht 1 THE NEW DOG LAW JuneaPrincipal Provisions of This Important Measure The dog law which passed hot brunches of the Legislature an which will become a law by June is quite comprehensive The follows ing arc some of its provisions Every dog over four months old shall be taxed Every person who keeps or harbors a dog on his place or allows it to be done shall be considered the owner The assessor shall note the name kind color size age and sex in the assessors book The tax on dogs shall be kept as a separate fund and be used to pay dogsaare made for providing for the loss of sheep and claims for damage shall be acted on by the Fiscal Court IThe tax is to be one dollar on each The owner of the dog shall be lia ble for damage done by his dog but if the persons bitten are upon the premises of the owner at night no damages shall bs allowed All dogs listed for taxation shall bs regarded as property and the owner may recover for all damages done to his dog Every person who owns or harbors a dog and fails to list it with the as sessor shall be fined ten dollars for each dog and if he fails or refuses to pay the tax he shall be fined 25 for each offense The Sheriff and his deputies and the Constable shall kill or cause to be killed all dogs on which the tax is not paid and shall be allowed fifty cents for each dog killed Any person who shall put out poison upon his premises or elsewhere where the same may poison anv dogs shall be fined from two dollars to tent fve dollars or in jail for six months or both at theI discretion of the jury and shall beI liable for damages to the owner of the dog Indigestion is much of a habit Dont get the habit Take a littl Kodol Dyspepsia Cure after eatin and you will quit belching puffing palpitating and frowning KodolI Digests what you eat and stomach sweet Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro fit for Nothing Else Opie Read had luncheon with the toldshim this story about a recent horse n IEvery I I t Two Minutes j IPhysicians tell us that all the blood in a healthy human body passes through the once in every two minutes If this action be comes irregular the whole bodysuffers Poor follows poor blood ScottsI Emulsion makes the blood I pure One reason why 1 SCOTTSEMULSION is such a great aid is because it passes so quickly intoIthe blood It is partly gested before it enters the I stomacha tage in this double LessadvanI for the stomach quicker andmore direct benefits To get the greatest amount of good with the least pos sible effort is the desire of everyone in poor health justsbetter takes place even be fore you expect itIWe wilt tend you ample free aIBe sure that picture In the form a label U on the wrap ret of every bottle of muUion you LurISCOTT to Chemists 407 PulSt NYI3a rr lr NL bl po Ai dru dtu If c1Y w av S4 bac tip he took through Arkansas Read a de up in front of the shan y and found a native sitting on the enu of a log in theboilinghotsun Why dont you move in the shade asked Read Taint timeyet fever ail t come on answered the cracker Whats the matter Chills livingdlong have you had chills Bout thirty year Why in thunder dont you move if you have chills that bad And catch some other disease I dont know nuthin bout Not much mister When youve got chills you know what they are I want to tell you something mister Ive had chills so long and shook so much I aint fitfor nuthin cept to sift naval and shake down persim mons Mothers everywhere praise One Minute Cough Cure for the suffering ithas relieved and the lives of their little ones it has saved A certain cure for coughs croup and whooping cough Makes breathing easy cuts out phlegm and draws out the inflammation It should be kept on hand for immediate use Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro j LINCOLN CABIN LOGS Placil in Storage House Till Time to Bring Them Back to Kentucky After being stored three years in the cellar of an old mansion in Ccl Icge Point L I the logs that form ed the cabin in which Abraham Lin cola was born have been moved to a storage house in New York Tley were the property of David Greer a New York builderwho them bought from A W Dennett The latter own ed the Lincoln farm and sent to Buf falo for exhibitation during the Pan I aretovor a one I shutter of the window besides some pieces of boards The logs were purchased recently by the Lincoln Farm Association and will be stored there until theAs sociation is ready to build the cabin farmgnear After the logs had been loaded they were covered with American flags and the truck moved away with everyone present standing with uncovered heads As the trucks passed a public school in the College Point the children assembledand sans the national hymn Dont frownlook pleasant If you are suffering from indigestion or sour stomach take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure lion Jake Moore of at lanta Ga says I suffered more Ian 20 years with indigestion A friend recommended Kodol It 10 lijyed me in one day and I now enjoy Utter health than for many years Kcdol digests what you eat relieves sour stomach gas on stomach belch ing etc Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro tcesun Why ITll the following reo a neighbor in answer t j the question why she allowed her chil dren and husband to litter up every room in the house and tnesentiment will find lodgement in the heart of every homeloving person in the land The mark of the little mdddy feet upon the floor can be more easily removed than the stain when thelittle feet go down into the highways of cil The prinls of the little fingers on the window pane cannot shut out the sunbeam half so much as the shad w that darkens the mothers heart over te one who is but a1 yearsIfugeifrcm care and trouble and his greatest happiness within its four walls he can put his boots in the rocking chair and hang his hat up on thejfloor every day in the week And if I can stand it and he enjoys it I cannot see that it is anybody elses business The best safeguard against head ache constipation and liver trouble DeWitts Little Early Risers Keep a vial of these famous little pills in the house and take a dose at bed I time when you feel that the stomach j and bowels need cleaning They waynelkemn srlI tlln7Y rf I t wwwa aaa a a Aalila olI- The Kind You Havo Always Bought and which has hcca in uso for ocr 30 years has homo the signature of 0 and has been sinceLis pcr lanai supervision AlloWno ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations und Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Cnstorla is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare- gorIc Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fcvcrislmcss It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the rood regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of 1 Tlie Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over SO Years THE CCNTAII COMPANY n HUKlur BTHCrT HCW VOHH CITY jn OUR CLUBBING RATES THE RuiumicAN and Louisville Hcrald125TH- E REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 TIlE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cofjmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeok Owensborolnquirer 175 TilE REPUBLICAN ami Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TviceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN W 111 W IiI H H Hrif I WINTER TERM IBeglns January 2ndMany are preparing to enroll at that time Are you coming IIf not why not OUR SUCCESS 5findOUR ENROLLMENTHas increased 250 per centover that of last year THIS SPEAKS FOR ITSELF You have heard of our new and wonderful system of CHARTIERS ELECTRIC SHORTHAND the only sys tent that can be read like print and written with ease and speed rrheSsdler ROwe system of actual business practice Tho course of Bookkeeping and Shorthand is a sure for your success Will we have the pleasure of seeingcombinedI I hearing from you- OWENSBORO BUSINESS UNIVERSITY Owormboro Kentucky it WWfe 3t M NlttIfMtWiNf1A I IIIthodj1robo HifCcai r anil latin 6TIVEN5 Ifvou IJ obtain we thlp 1400 ill 0110101 nice 1raeeBeautiful threecolor Aluminum Hanger will be for warUeJ for 10 icon In stamps J STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO roa4096C- UICnrra FAuMAsstrSA Subscribe for TIIKI- JA11TFOU HE Jfill CAN 100 por year in advance Low One Wry Colonist Rates Via Big Four Route To CALIFORNIAWASHINGTON OREGON IDAHOMONTANA S UTAH and Intermediate territory Tlcl otn on Solo Mch I to Mny IK i For full information and particu lars as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or adrea the undersigned WAIIinX J LYNCH u I A T Clncnniui Ohio H J UATtS Ooiirrnl Apint- Luuli vl Ky y 2 0 f a Hartford Republican leeoedby tho Ilnrtford rnMlnlilngCoinpnnjr INcouroRiVtn llttCxErDotCa C ambotland HH34ulh 1rrH33FRIDAY MARCH 9 Examine the label on your pape if it is not correct notify us DOES the Hartford Herald endorse the proposed new Legislative district WE are glad to announce that the Kentucky Legislature will be compelled to adjourn next Tuesday IT is said that Andrew Carnegie keeps the following motto hangin- in l his library He who cannotthin is a fool he who will not a bigot h e r who dare not a slave Now THAT members of the Cour- of Appeals hare law clerks to look up decisions etc and a commissioner to write their opinions they can fish while the tax payer works to pay the fiddler at Frankfort WilES we proposed our Mammoth 4Cave trip for Ohio county beys we did not then reahze that this great natural wonder which seems so far- awayl would ever be in our Repre sentative district It is located in Edmonson county and it is proposed to add that county as well as Butler to us TilE Legislator who by his voteJ refused to amend the Libel law which permits unscrupulous adventurers and thugs to sue a newspaper in any county in the State in which it circulates for any supposed or al leged libel is certainly wanting inI of the which most folks havutt- ON his return to Washington from a two weeks bridal tour Rep resentative Longworth presented Speaker Uncle Joe Cannon with an eighteen inch Havana cigar The report does not say so much but w 3 imagine Uncle Joe gently good1boy THE Republican members of the Legislature will give a harmony banquet at the Capital Hotel tonight Speeches will be made by Bradley Wilson and others Prominent Re publicans allover the State have been invited It is to be hoped a brand of harmony will be dispensed ITStateWHILE in Frankfort last weekI we were proud to learn of versal esteem in which our State Senator Hon Alvis S Bennett isI held by men of all parties He gained a State reputation by his keen insight upon all questions af fecting his district and the people at large It is a pity that owing to our rotation rule he cannot be kept there His experience makes him more useful than ever i MOUE concentration of power is what the machine at Frankfort wants So the school trustee is lo be abolished and a board established in each county to employ our teach j ers The idea seems to be to get as much power away from the people as possible Under the present sys tem the people select their trustees in each school district and they know who the patrons want for their teacher We predict the change if inaugurated will be very unpopu lar KIND WORDS FROM OUR CON TEMPORARY- A recent issue of the Hartford Herald contained the following editorial notice which is highly ap preciatedIn salutatory to the publicCol C M Barnett comes out in the last issue of TilE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN of which he owns the principal stock as one of its editors Col Barnett is a popular gentleman and a versatile writer and the Herald wishes him success in the journalistic field OUTRAGEOUS LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT BILL We have often heard of the un fair treatment accorded the moun tain counties by the Democratic Legislatures in Legislative district tr 4la- a t apportionment but until now it has never been put into use West o r Louisville By the bill which passed the house last Friday Ohio county with 27287 population is to be put into a district with Butler and Edmonson with 25976 or a total of 53263 This is to be done to give the county of Bullitt with a popu lation of 9602 n Representative and the county of Spencer with 7046I a Representative It is needless U say that both of these counties Democratic They are now areI and have been for many years form one Representative district Neither is as large as Edmonson ir population or area and neither is as large as the territory which was attempted by the projectors of the new county to cut from Ohio To further emphasize the shame fulness of this new outrage we give here a list of five Democratic coun ties each of which will be entitled lo billk a Bullitt 960 Hancock S9M 701tG Meade a 10533 yTotal 48543 Now look how Ohio county is to be disfranchised as fat as representation in the House is concerned Ohio county population 27237 Butler 15596 Edmonsona 10030 Total 53263 It will be seen that fie little Dem ocratic counties with almost 5000 less population will be entitled to five times the voice which we will get in the House of Representatives- Will any fair minded man endorse this If so we would like to see him raise his hand According to the last census a population of about 21000 should entitled to a member of the House as the membership is limited 100 The Constitution provides not more than two counties shall be joined to make a Representative district unless the population should warrant it We do not believe the Court of Appeals will sustain this disgraceful thing It will certainly be given an opportunity Y INDEBTED j 1NESS of Ohio countys Indebtedness given out by Messrs Heavrin atid Cox would furnish the Herald weeks for prayerful consideration Any one who reads the floundering explanation in this weeks issue of that paper will be touched with pity but not blinded I with rays of light 11Icandidate for County Judge YouI can fool some of the people all time and all of them some of the timebut you cannot fool all of them all the time Back to the subject wasimadeout of debt Jan 1 1906 mittee consisting of one DemocratI and one Republican after examination of the order books and County Treasurers records has re I ported the county in debt 2415246 Upon request this paper furnished I last week in brief the items which go to make up this amount In an swer to this the Herald makes theI amazing statement that one made up of amounts less than 5 and is therefore not debt and that others I were contracted to be paid out of Pale Thin- Nervous I e Then your blood must be In a very bad condition You certainly know what to take then take itAyers Sarsa parilla If you doubt then consult your doctor We know I what he will say about this grand old family medicine Theta It the lint queMlon your doctor wonlil asks Are lie KIIOWI that dally action of tlio lumrli U absolutely recovery Kef l liver uctlrI mud lltt regular uy UJii laxative dose of Aycre 1Ill- sLfdeb7y C Ayer CoLowell L1aa Alto manufacturers of- IGOR hersCHERRY 1lCTORa- We have no secret I We publlih tho formula of aU our medilnn levy of 190G and are not indebted ness on that account Now Mr Herald editor if you happen to any Hartford merchant for oweI bought in 1905 we would be glad you would go around and ifI him that you are not in debt to because you will have to pay him I out of your 1906 collections or even 1907 collections If you make it go j you will be rewarded by reporting his name to this otlice are seriously asked to state the IWe collecting about 35000 this if not to pay claims Dear andIother very necessary county ins provements but we are sorry to ray most of it will have to go to par debts contracted by the late Fiscal CourtIremarkI mtnthrrfaded nuirKMt that Infur fnmithi Ilewdd It lirnl Ixttrr look nt tin 2rwvmda n llttleiloMr Our examination of the records revealed the same to us that the ex amination made by S K Cox and M L Heavrin revealed to them Note their statement We have carefully examined all theo llr books and claims against the county including the outstanding bonds and contract for bridges and timid that the total indebtedness of the county is 241S24 I M L HKAVIUN S K Cox i We still ensist Mr Herald you confess up shut up or shut III IINOCREEK March GWe had quite a lively time in our local A S of E last Saturday night There was a largo 4 attendance Some of our members had been dumping their tobacco on the market and had to be dealt with according to the laws and rules of our local Charges were prefered against three of our members one of whom was present and demand ed his trial at once He denied the I charge brought against him andon his own statement he was acquitted There was a committee appointed toI wait on the other parties and charges against them will be adjusted at our next meeting We had several visiting members from other locals with UP Mr Tom Tanner ofIHeflin maleus a splendid talk en couraging as well as instructive Mr C T Baird from Beaver Dam made us a short talk There were several additions to our local Mr and Mrs David Moreland gave their son Edgar a birthday dinner Sunday Rev Culvert andI family Hez Ward and wife and wife Hayden Webb and Sherman and Luther Chamber were among those who attended Loyd Brown has moved to Heflin 00 Williams has moved into our neighborhoodMrs Tanner Owensboro is visiting her sister Mrs Hayden WebbHayden Webb and Ben Chamber lin went to Hartford on business MondayMrs T Bairdof Beaver Dam is visiting her daughter Miss Myrtie Williford of Xocreek this week Miss Lyda Baird of Livermore is visiting J P Fosters family this week Farmers of this neighborhood are busy sowing oats and grass seed at present u IRENDERMarch lS F Howey Central City was here lastwednesday Mack Dowell was in Central ettyI last Wednesday- A J Doss of Central City was here last ThursdayIMrs Ellis Williams and Miss Nellye Harrison were in Beaver Dam last Thursday Hywel Davis Sr returned to his home Louisville last Thursday after being the guest of his grandson H W Jones for the past two months- J H Brown Central was here last Friday Miss Ada Snell returned to her home at Horton last Friday after a visit of two weeks H T Vance Louisville was here SaturdayJno Hocker was in Central City last Saturday on busines Chas Millardjwas in Horse Branch and Rockport last Saturday Mrs Dr E W Ford Hartford vsited Mrs McDowell Fair last Sat urdayEd Mossbarger l Cecilia was here yesterdayS Louisville was here SPRING SUITSlourstock of Clothing has arrived and is ready fir inspection Doublebreasted are time fashion this spring Holt are in great tleinaiul everywhere Wo are bringing on a larger stock of Clothing than over before If you do not prefer the doublebreasted styles wo can show you a large selection singlebreasted Suits Some beautiful and nobby patterns can bo found in our stock at reasonably low prices Wo foe carrying tho Sterling IJrand Clothes considered the hint make of Clothing made in tho East A written guarantee given with every Suit 11e only ask you to come fuel inspect our line of Spring Suits and consider the price and quality and you will bo a purchaser Spring Shoes Wo snake a specialty of keeping our stock supplied with uptodatoand good quality Shoos Our stuck of shoes is complete with the latest sprint stylus fur Ion Women aural Children LowCut Shoes Of course it is a little too early to 1 howCut Shoes but wo will inako you this simple request which wo think is catiIlll your benolit dont buy until you liuvo inspected our line of howCuts till wo can assure you that wo have lust brought on I the largest and nll nt fashionable lint of Lowtut Shots over brought to Hartford Fancy Dress Shirts Wo take great pleasure in showing our line of nOc and 100 Shirt for wp liuvo aIlargo selection of various lanes and plain patterns ld we think we are ambits to anybodys taste umlM RACHIGents FuriiisHer Hartfordo kelntiicky ryesterday Mrs J A Fulkorson and daughter Mrs G B Roll returned homo 4 from Jusonvillu Ind after a visit of eight days Ernest Andrew has returned home from Odin III after an absence of three weeks S D Demison has returned from Linton lad after an absence of three monthsIHurry Draper has gone to Union had to work Dr H B Innis was in Hartford on business i Simon Stephens is visiting his par cuts Mr and Mrs Jas Stephens of Central Cit- yHave you fire insur ance policy issued by New York or Philadel phia Underwriters C E Smith Soliting Agent Hartford Ky PLEASANT GROVE March lThe people of this place J are working for a bridge across Mud river at Bifckan Mrs Beddie Martin has a very sick childg Mrs Ethel Wester and daughter Edna have been visiting her grandmother this week J U Moffnrd and Mis Mollie Taylor of Russellville was married at RusSellville l1 E church February 4 27 Miss Evra Bradley is visiting herC sister Mrs Willie Weeks of Rochester this week Harry Baker and Miss Mila Cox went to Owensboro and ware married on Monday February 12 Uncle Dan Hunt Huntsville a well loved old man is deadiMiss Ora re turned home from a visit out West confined to her room with a deep cold but we hope she will soon be able to be with her many friends i again Ij ASWXOBXBear ttteTha Kind Yu to Always BouzjtI slm- are 4clr rh HARTFORD COLLEGE Fourth Term Begins Monday March 19th 1906 Board and tuition are very low Special attenlion is given to those desiring to teach Thorough reviews are given in all the common school studies during the Third and Fourth Terms Students can enter at any time and find classes to suit them Many theachers are now in attend ance and new students are entering each week L N GRAY c e19 1 WtR 9 t PtA t f NAl1 NMaM h i IItIII I III I t- I PLANKS Vii t I- jt I i I II I I l I II IiJ I n J I UpICourteous treatment to allISquare dealing No misrepresentation F- All goods marked in plain figures everybodyIthe standard prodi I ucts of the county j A confident reliance on truth and jus I tice i A guarantee that our prices shall be as low or lower than goods of same quality can he bought for elsewhere Your money back if you want itli I These are some of the planks in our plat form Carson Si CoiINCORPORATED Hartford Kentucky r S 2IIUM7VI ru I I i tl5w Mu A 66 A A+ u u i J 4uY 4 to 44a4 ti 3 4 61 42 Goods4 9 41 t J Arc now foremost in the minds of all shoppers that J 4i are interested in style and quality Already wo are 9 ij 8howillgour Kmbroidories White Goods Laces j linghams IVrcals and Sills Those who have neon jj y them declare them to he the prettiest wo have over i t shown lluycurly and avoid sowing in warm J 3 weather 4 9 4 = Spring Embroideries 9 4 Much has been said concerning l spring but for big values in qualities It 44 ones you shouldOhre direct to us We are showing 49 beyond any question greater values than any house tit 4Tin Ilall1tmlan show you Wo dont ask you to jj 41 buy but come and look null if you think our stock Iff low enough buy and we will thank you for the y purchase iA 4t41 White Goods t Will again bo in the ascendency for spring wear es t j 4 pecially strung in mercerixed effects for Waists Of y- t41 eouro you will want to see the largest and host so tcei 4 I te1stock1I think we have it and shall bo j 42 glid to have you come and look them over If in 9 t1 4 4 t tercsted wo are sure the line will convince you that fj iour house is the place fur you to buy them Our it prices run lion 5c to oOc a 44 yardt41 41 7 Spring SlktJ411o will not endeavor ill this limited space t t4 44 about our varied assortment of NcA 4Silks We would be glad of an opportunity to at tJ 4 lent show them to every lady in Hartford and ij 4 Ohio countyug line last spring wo thought could 41 not be iulproye1oil but wo have by sheer luck got t 44 ten a stock for this spring that eclipses all previous of t 4Z forts No remnants or old Silks but l fill new end tho latest Come to see 11MJt 4 9 lit 4 ATi tus 4 i The Bargain Center 741 I J b41 tt 4tit41 4 MM r ML yMf Ofr- i9 1MrJr1 3A jAr3AT r3rAJb7 rSSN A- LIT i 44 BLACK B1RKHEAD ty 43PROPRIETORS Hartford ill Transfer g 4 1AND FREUGHTmNR g- g Meets all trains Also jj- jj1 General Liverymen 9 4Best of attention given to stock Now stablo Main J 44 street Hartford Ivy g t11 Hartford Republican I FRIDAY MARCH 9IfI IlllnolsCentral RalIroadTlmeI North 0So Boniid I 1811310 m f No132 due OJO ft Iii Nala s101doeh pmNo 1rtUte1130pm No 102doe4spm 10191 dorhtepP m IMOTIUK TIIK BBPIIIIII A will print tree olchsrac MrmoryNoll Obllnnrlrn H olnlioim ol Itrepeet Feohe rstrat of 130 word All over Hint nmonut re rheree form the c0h In ndvuiiee rule ol ic per word of 150 word will Article In exrrC been dtiwn to required Ilntll nsdrN moneyIecent with utatuurrlpt Jo- T Jo etry lo a word lu area Inninnce i Fresh Fish at City Restaurant 1 Mr C C Dennis Prentis was a- pleasanb caller Tuesday r Y Hot ChocolateCity Restaurant Prices on Tobacco Canvass right at Fairs IFresh Oysters and celery at Oity Restaurant CityItosco Monday See Fairs New Belts Collars and Fancy Neckwear prettiest Laces and Embroid IThe found at Fairs For the late styles in Men and Boys Suits Call at Fairs IMr C T Whittinghill Trisler was a pleasant caller Monday Rev H C Truman Fordsville was a pleasant caller yesterday Nicest and freshest line of Fruits and Candies at CityRestaurant Mr J H Davis Sunnydalo called to see us while in town Monday If you need a Wagon or Buggy see Carson Co My My aint those steak meal- fine at City Restaurant When you need Farming Imple ments see Carson Co Air Will Chancellor Ceralvo called to see us Monday Mr W H Blackburn Ceralvo called to see us Monday See Fairs new line of Silks for Easter They are what you want Mr S S Acton Sulphur Springs was a very pleasant caller Monday Cheese Sausage Pigs Feet Boneless Ham Etc at City Restaurant Mr W M Bryant Horse Branch called to see us while in town Mon day j Go to City Restaurant during Cir cuit Court for everything good teat Mr Estill Taylor Prentis was a pleasant caller while in town Monday I Biggest and best line of Men s Odd Pants are at Fairs Prices lightITake your butter and eggs to the I City Restaurant and get cash for them The latest always in Ladies und Mens Footwear at Fairs Call and see them INicest line of Cakes Crackers aril Goods in Hartford at City Restaurant Mr Ed Davidson and son Sam Davidson Shrcvc were pleasant call ers Monday Esq C L Woodward Dam was a pleasant caller while in town Monday Bring your cured Hams Bacon- Chickens Eggs Feathers and Pota toes to Carson Co Tomato Bouillon Clam Bouillon GrapeKola and Beef Teared hot at City Restaurant For Scholarship in the Massey Business college ef Louisville call at TilE REPUBLICAN office For Sewing Machine supplies of all kinds call on or write to Gross Williams at City Restaurant The Republican 100 a year Lou isville Daily Hearald 400 a year 200 in advance gets both papersI Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tf blglinen display at Long t os Econ y I Store Get you a pair of Peters Shoes I We can show you the uptodates right now at Long Cos Economy Store Dont fail to see our clothing and get the prices We are selling lots of them at less than cost rather carry them over At Long a Economy Store i FOR SALK A scholarship in Owensboro Business University also scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College Write us pricesMrs James Bennett has returned from New Orleans where she been at the bedside of her son Mr A W Bennett whom she reports to be much improved Mr R J Barnett who has been quite ill at his home at Union City Tenn has recovered and is now guest of his brother V G Barnett of the North Hartford neighborhood WANTED Men in each State to travel post signs amortise and samples of our goods Salary 7500 per month 300 per day for expen ses KuilLMANCo Dept S Atlas Block 27112 Chicago 111 Rev E D Maddox will preach at Central Grove Baptist church next Sunday night He has accepted a call and will leave in a few days for Southwestern Missuri and this will be his last sermon inthe county be fore going i Get you some pretty Waists have them made before the rush I Very latest materials arenow on dis play Embroidered Swisses and I Linens Soisetts Linen Mulls and beautiful patterns in mercerized good at Long Cds Economy Store r J E Miller Friedaland was nl pleasant caller yesterdays Marshal Seth Moseley has taker rooms with Mrs J S Vaught Miss Susie flee Miller Owensboro is the guest of the Misses Marks Miss Florence Cobb Richmond Ky is the guest of Miss Effie Ren del City Restaurant is simply dazzling at night New light Come and see Louis Gunther left yesterday fora few days visit to relatives in Owens boro I Master Jesse Stevens Liberty is the guest of Misses Nettie and Mae Rogers u Capt David Duncan Rockport was a very pleasant caller while in town yesterday Mrs C W Grimm is the guest of of her mother who is quite ill at her home in Owensboro Mr M E Ashby Centertown called at THE REPUBLICAN office while in town Monday Little Ryan Ringo son of Comm nwlaiths Attorney B D Ringo Owenboro is quite ill Mr E L Dupuy Cashier of the Rockport Bank Rockport was a pleasant caller Tuesday Mr JS Young and son Jack Young Horse Branch called to see us while in town Monday I Miss Hattie Barnett who has been ill of scarlet fever for the past several weeks is rapidly recovering Mr P IL Alford and family Horse Branch were the guests of Mr rand Mrs J E Davidson last week Rev Louis E Campbell Bowling Green will preach at the Hartford Methodist church next Sunday night The liquor election held at Horse Branch last Saturday went dry by a decisive vote 156 voting dry and 27 wet Mr W M Fair returned last Saturday from Eastern markets where he had been to purchase spring goods Mrs A P Taylor and children of Owensboro are the guests of Mrs Taylors parents Mr and Mrs W B Render Special prices on all winter goods Friday and Saturday It wont cost you any thing to look At Long Cos Economy Store Mr and Mis Sam T Barnett have moved from the Vaught property on Mulberry street to rooms in the iT J Morton residence See our 10 quarter Linens for ShirtWaist Suits Only 1 yard Also yardwide Linens for 25 cents at Long Cos Economy Store If you have a farm a house and lot for sale or rent list iitwithBarnetfandSinithat The Republican office 11Elder W B Wright delivered two able sermons at the Masonic Hal Sunday morning and evening Thee hall was crowded with appreciative audiencesat both services received the following 11nominations for our Mammoth Cave trip Cecil Barnard from District No 1l Crawford from District No 113Johm Morton from District No 0 Smith from DistictNo 7 LoSTMarch 5th 1906 between Hartford and South Carrollton One hand bag with strap containing cler gy permits Bible letters c Fine der pleasant notifyREVW D Cox Central City Ky Mrs W H Griffin and little grand- e son are the guests of Mrs Griffins daughter Mrs A D Buskill who has for the past several weeks been under treatment at an infirmary at Louisville Mrs Buskill is re ported much improved Mayor E B Tilford and Mr Geo A Cubbage of Leitchfield were in the city Wednesday for the purpose of inspecting our light plant preparato ry to installing one in Leitchfield They were pleasant callerS at TilE REPUBLICAN office while here 4 11The bill providing that cOlrts of Ohio county be held at Fordsville half the time vas defeated by a de sicive Vote in the Kentucky Senate one day last week The bill passed- the house and seemed likely to become a law but the senate saw the fallacy- and killed it jrJ SSSSSSSE- PBARNES BRO 6 Z4 FURNITUREOne of tho most essential elements that contrib 6 uto to the comforts and happiness of home is good attractive substantial Furniture Good Bedsnico Dressers Chairs Rockers Mattresses Springs QIJSafes Cupboards Folding Beds Folding Lounges o anything in the Furniture line you need WoU are acknowledged leaders in this lino andwe quoto some very low prices on these goods Wo show nothing but Furniture qf intrinsic value Every 7 Dresser is made of dependablo oak every Glass is French bevel plate workmanship of evorypieco is positively guaranteed And it is your interest we consider as well as our own If we satisfy you If you will satisfy us by your patronage Visit our r Furniture department and see our lino Gigantic Overcoat Sale Owing to tho fact that it is lute in the season and we do not want to carry over a single Over makepcarry u up todate firstclass lino of Overcoats Materials j and workmanship to all wo recommend positively guarantee These coats were bought for this j season Wo bought very heavily bfet owing to tho open winter wo have plenty left to supply you g wtoyou have any idea of buying an Overcoat it will gt pay you to look our line over Sale opens Wed I nesday February 21 and lasts 15 days S I Beaver Dar- nssssssmu U 00 Esq H B Taylor Prentis was a a pleasant caller yesterday Col S R Dent the life insurance man is in Hartford for a few days He represents the best companies and theypay promptly when claims are presented No law suits required to collect policy Mr John M Bishop Centertown was a pleasant calleryesterday He will leave in a few weeks for Corbin Ky where he will spend the summer Mr Bishop is one of our very best citizens and we regret to give him up even temporarily Ada Cecil the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Addis Pate died Wed day night from results of scarlet fe ver and was buried at Oakwood tern I etery yesterday afternoon after funeral services conducted by Rev G J Bean at the family residence at 300 oclock An old man whose name we failed to learn was found dead at Jimtown coal mines near Point Pleasant Wed nesday morning Esq Herbert Render held an inquest over the body Wednesday aftenoon the jurys verdict was that the deceased to his death from drinking too much liquor w 91 f 4UI Mr Howard Gray wife and little son Howard Jr St John Kansas are the guests of Dr and Mrs EB Pendleton and Hon and Mrs IL P Taylor Mrs Dr Sam H Heavnn died at her home at Louisville Wednesday after a very brief illness Her remains will be taken to Owensboro her former home where interment will take place this afternoon Mrs Heavrin was formerly a Miss Rothchild and was married to Dr Heavrin only a few months ago Mr and Mrs M L Heavrin were summoned by telegram Wednesday bedsideIAt a meeting of the City Council Wednesday evening a committee consisting of Dr E B Pendleton W M Fair ahd R E LSimmerman VrIchased the water works ranshise Mr Austin wants to ascertain the number and location of fire plugs which will be required by the city At the same meeting an ordinancew was presented providing for the alee of a franchise authorizing the oper ation of an electric light plant and waterworks combined L i i CURIOSITIES OF SUICIDE Veteran Reporter Says That Almost Always Persons Regret Act and Seek Salvation Suicide is peculiar thing re 4niarked the veteran police report er in the Now Orleans Picayune and I have always found it inter sting to study the various methods employed by those seeking selfdestruction The more I think of the thing till more I am con vinced that miicide is committed during a temporary derangement of time mind Ill tell you why I think this way During my career I have reported any number of sui cides All methods poison shooting hanging throat cutting and drowning have been em ployed It is with this last method that I want to deal After closely studying the proposition 1 have found that in a majority of the eases where drowning was em ployed the suicide has repented almost ns soon as lit struck tic water There can be hut one ex imlanal ion of this and that is that the cold water or the contact with It restores the reason to time one seeking selfdestrnct Ion and ho immediately repents In nine cases out of ten however the re pentance conies too late and the suicide dies against his will I When a pistol is employed and ear rectly used there is no chance for1 reconsideration of the act Tha same can be said of poisonsal though I have known of a number of cases where after the poison Las been taken the person re pents mind calls for help Those su icides who have adopted drown ing as the method of selfdestruc tion always interested me and I have studied out the matter 1 aiake it a point always to ask when covering one of these cases whether or not the suicide has called for help on striking the wa ter in nine out of ten cases it reported that he had WI1SI when correctly employed is ly effective After a man has ad justed the strap or rope and kicked the chair from beneath him there is absolutely no chance on earth for him to reconsider Of course I couldnt say positively whether these lead men have re grets upon feeling the noose tighten about their necks but I believe that in a good many cases they have However there is no re course for them and death is tins result Suicides have always in terested me mind I look at them with something of awe PASSING OF THE RED MAN Gradually DylngOut Indians Are Looked Upon as Lamentable O- bjethEcmais n Nomad It is a lamentable tIming that the redskin should be steadily grow lug extinct for of all fill ahorigi nal races with which Site whit man has come into contact he is ii I ninny respects the lines and pos sesses some of the greatest qua I ities I iit he remains a nomad though he is restricted to a fey reservations he refuses to adapt himself to American civilization i OflAIIJIIitall tW1CltIIII i n no on g er the noble savage after Itons Beaus own heart whom rVnni I more Cooper delighted to idealize in his romances He is savage I without being noble incurably idle and instead of being a pal1 tern of chivalry is Itoachoroiisaiid uncertain Coopers books may require youth as a necessary i mu mu ity in till reader hut 111801 hoy have been left sadly out of date by events Writers of boys books nowadays deal sparingly with In dian braves they are as out of fashion as till lovelorn Indian maid Their hour may tome again for liction is using up its material at such a rate that it will soon have to begin to utilize once more till battered puppets which have been carelessly put away but a tj the present time een till death a ItainintheFace will hardly pro voke a single sigh I City That Own Everything The municipality of IifjhurgS carries on II uvndlinp an insur ance linsiii a I icaler Pevertil 1llalllHllh 111 a iits 11 TCi 114 well as the school IIluo J0irtd ri In i i nun citv for 10 F I 4i P afterward for 3d TIme autlioritie also own a cemetery iu which theT citizens can be interred Childs Image on BankNotes The design for the new Austrian fivekroner bank notes which hue recently been issued is re markable for tilt picture of an unusually beautiful childs head I which forums Itchief ornament The model for this head was tillI son of Prill Franz Josef lotion whom the artist saw one day in the street and with whose beauty he was so much struck that lie asked for the childs name anti ob tained the parents permission to make a drawing of huiunfor this pur- VDSO t nits Something Hard When a man falls off the wa terwagon remarked the Observ er of Events and Things cIIC likely to strike on any soft stuffIt Yonkers Statesman Pleasing Him HeYou will drive me to drink i She Well I couldnt drive to anything youd like beltt IICleveland llllIlelIThe Cheerful Way More men are won to the right by picturing its joys than are won horn evil by picturing its sorrows FACTS ABOUT SNAKESI Marked Cannibalistic Preferences IIIIIOnedeem it unnatural features illI snake history is that tIll principal lOud of certain species is other snakes The fooling as to the huh it being unnatural arises from the general knowledge of the fact thatJ carnivorous animals seldom and eat other carnivora Us- a very curious chance if il is u chance and not part of the order of nature among the snakes two out of the three English serpents live mainly if not on snakes ou other snakelike creatures The favorite food both of the smooth snake mind of the adder is I hp slowworm which though a lizard is in appearance nothing but a snake Thin smooth Hiiake is be lieved to live mainly on slow worms and lizards Is range which is very limited and is steal ilj decreasing seems t o depend al most entirely on tin presence of lizards Writing in 1S80 A L Ualdry lIuldHAs I lived for some years at Itourncmouth in Hampshire formerly its chief habitat I have had tutu umy opportunities of observ i iig the coronella that is the smooth snake In the year 1SI5S Kouruomoiith was hut a very sniall village surrounded by a largo ex panse of moorland intersected by marshy valleys and was a famous hunting ground for either not ur oust s or entomologists At this time tIn coronella was extraor dinarily abundant During till very hut weather of the summer of 1SOS these snakes were to be seen literally in scores Since then their numbers have gradual hllUlltIa 1311111 side overgrown with short heath gorse and coarse grass and slop big down lo II marshy valley whore water is at all times obtain able There on some bare patch of sand the snake lies loosely coiled and basks in the sun and there il can when thirsty get wa tor without mummy grll1 t expenditure of energy Among tIlt under growths itcall also at any time tlilltl its prey the common lizard Very seldom does anyone have a chance lo watch an English snake hunting and feeding fllllio t his very sellout for It meal of some animal such as a lizard or a shjw worm or in t lit case of the viper a young bird a mouse or a young water rat may sulllco them for u week or II fortnight Pertinent Quiry Hlt us become one murmured the young man who was anxious to break into the matrimonial game flhkh one1 queried the fair possessed wisdom be gotten of experience Chicago lalv News LLmt r C Ju r Iw S lr ID 14 ilIn1ict Unit If li1 of hl hii- uid j nllw it vart scu tui Iit l v t r r I WORE BEARD WAS JEERED II In England Bears Inscription Persecuted for Wear- Ing a Beard Atuonji odd gravestones is one in Lconiinstor tiiiglnml vliiili hears a portrait carved illllllIhllI I uuul the following Persecuted hIHCIlptlllllI heard Those few words give but II faint clew to the unique personal ity who had ths unusual memori iii of himselfchiseled on his mon union I 111I1IIill11hIIII town history yet tradition himir many interesting stories to tell oiI him It is said he gloried in espous ug till unpopular side in tinyiOli troversy and posing as a martyr EmI in the nineteenth century it was fashionable for men to go smooth shaven so Joseph Palmer determined to wear a heard not because of its beauty hut tlll1I hIIl glltIlilaOnce a crowd of young follows seized him in a hotel in Fiuhhnrg muth started to cut air his beard he attacked his persecutors vitli a knife mill wounded one of tlriu j For this deed he was summoniil uit 0 court and he ever afterward elt himself a much persecuted man for consciences sake According t o one of I he oldov residents of Loominstor Mr Palmer was much interested in tin transcendental philosophy found by Autos Uronson Alcott father of Louisa May Alcott thIwellknown writer of stories for children It Is said that Mr thj11111Ihll tilt property passed into Mr 11II liters possession THE MAKiNG OF SCRAPPLE There Is Much Art and Mystery in I the Construction of Title Foci A Butcher Talks Scrapple used to be made alto gether by the Pennsylvania farm ers but it is now made practically altogether by a trust the Phila delphia scrapple trust which turns out thousands of pounds daily from tIll lirst frost till the spring thaw The speaker relates flit Chicn go Chronicle a Philadelphia hutch er knew his subject He resumed Our scrapple plant is uptown Trains of tats containing live pigs come in at one end of it Out at theolheretd puss trains of cars i outlining Iale scrapple in sliver colored I ins This delectable stuff is made of pigs heads livers pork sage thyme and a dozen other ingredi ents The meat is first boiled oil till bone in vats as targe as swim ming pools Then it is emit up into chunks the size of your fist by rows of barearmed experts wit Ii scini Hers Then it is ground to a gray powder in steam power grinding machines The gray powder is taken to a secret room There under the di root ion of the mixer a highsal aried a lucia I it is seasoned and touched up in many unknown ways Afterward it is boiled in enormous boilers Still hot and soft from the boil big It is put in new bright tins It cools and in a firm substance of a pearl gully hue the world fumiM Philadelphia scrapple of song and storyI- hihadthplulmu scrapple is eaten all over America If it werea sum mer as well as a cold weal lice food it would perhaps supplant pie as the national dish All He Wants lt MI PJISV IIf l rnr t atlflCTV gooJ1rJIIIS j JAIL SERVICE IN ST ICILDA totters In Buoy Are Drifted Acrocs Water to Scotland No Regu lar Cysttm The island of Sr ICilda l s about ro miles to he WIlllvnl of Scol Ii rid UK H without ivvriar mail I ccnimtiniriilinn of any Kind the only eoLiition bf itj 1v moans of i an oecnwlnnnl tnillug slcniner ihi uP iii iIiIz OIl ii JI1II 1 I a ii Hi I rrs t i I UI 15111 lilt When they wish to communi cate with their friends in Scotland flu IRIwhlII I lie St ICililans mime obliged to resort to a unit I lug mutt hh sllIIllIldnhllowood and attached thereto a la el on which is roughly cut t hut in cription StKildaMail Please Open Inside the buoy is placed 1111 cuimiisli eomutuuluiiiug t hue III lets The last mail was sent oil from St ICildn on Juno Hi last and drifted to Shetland in I wo months and tate day It contained two letters tumid eight pos cards which IIIsIThe addresses on two oft ho loNII ut uuis were almost obliterated through damp The sum of Is was inclosed for postage of till oils sivos It appears that three situ ilar mulls were sent tilT from I IHI island on time same day but only one so far as is known has IIIIpicked up What She Thought At a fete of I ho working girls of he East End London tho bishop of London went around among the guests endeavoring to put hem at east His kindly smile shone on mull alike His tactful remarks were not for one but for I lie whole of the company This attitude was not lot upon lIft guests As he was moving through I heir ranks a hin penetrating voice mnde itself heard Oh my said the voice aint till bishou a llirt I Once Was Enough Mrs Crawford Why doesnt poor Mr Penpeck pluck UI courage once in a while Mrs Crabslmw Perhaps he remembers the time when he plucked up courage and proposed HenryI PaperThe 11 CourierJournal AND TilE- ATFORD REPUBUCA BOTH ONE YEARI FOR ONLY 150 Few pepple in the United States have not heard of the CourierJourn al Democratic in all things clean in all things it is essentially a fami ly By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the Weekly CourierJournal and TIm HART FORD REPUBLICAN both one year for the price named above only 150 The regular price would b- S2 0 Send your subscription for the combination to usnot to the Cou rierJournal Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable prco Rich AgriculfuraB and Mineral Lands alone tho line of this IRON- MOUNTAI ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct lino via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Thougb Pumin ileeslnir tad free reclining chair ears IIomeaenHers Excursions first and 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You KnowJoe Chappie and hU National Magazine will bedoings in Washington this winter and I want to ITIIERI you about them For five years I have been in elbow touch men in public affairs and take a keen interest in writ allabout them Now permit me to send you twelve letters this year Snap Shots pen pictures of public men The National has tsopages of bright stories and illustrated articles from others who r I write authoritatively on things of today and tomorrow Do you know MagazinerR rtells the story Come with me this winter to the White House during the receptions and functions to the executive offices and various other departments of the government Come with me to the Capitol on the hill and learn about matters of vital interest to every American If you knew how much pleasure these things afford one you would understand how we have already secured a quartermillion regular subscribers The foremost Americans write for and read the National Magazine Each number contains new and interesting portraits and personal sketches of men and women prominent in public affairs High grade novels head the Nationals 1906 Fiction Iist stories that breathe the spirit of today The Home Departments Little Helps II arc rapidly becoming famous for their boileddown commonsense usefulness to housekeepers Charles Warren Stoddard in Literary Affairs Dallas Lore Sharpe on Nature Study Robert Rdgrcn on Sports Poultncy Uigclow on Foreign Affairs Frank Putnam on American Politics Senators Allison Procter and Jtailey Vice President Fair banks Congressmen Cooper McCleary and many other prominent men are among the contributors of the National Magazine for 1906 Send on your subscription 100 for the year The National Mag azine is not included in any periodical combination it stands alone The Heat Throb Book I LAST year we advertised for Heart Throb contributions All of clippings that had appealed to the people were sent to us We wanted to know what makes sunny days enduring and dark days 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Magazine i2A0- JOE CHAlPLE National Jfitgasinf hallo jlfass Encloted ytu will find J for your offer So rPleats send tt =I JZIiar rf fij e- V L VVV C la c MARVIN HART Courts Home to Old Kentucky an Says lie is Through With Tommy Ryan Marvin Hurt who left Louisville the heavyweight champion pugilist returned last night bereft of hisII crown which Tommy Burns lifted Los Angeles one week ago tpnight Hart spent two hours in the city and them went to his farm nea JefForsontown where he will sojourn while mapping out his future course ofaction Hart is not through with fighting He says he is ready to meet all com ers His defeat by Burns rankles in hfe cidentally his opinion of Tommy Ryan is far from being flattering to the foxy Syracusan In brief Hart believes that Ryan didnt want to see him win did not train him and permitted him to go up against a game in which Burns with the aid of the referee manage to wrestle and hug his way through twenty rounds and gat the decis ion Hart claims that Burns was clinching butting or running away all the time and that the referee spent most of his time warning Hart not to hit Burns in a clinch and putting his hand om Harts sore nose While Hart was probably the vie tim of a game he owes his downfall in n large measure to his own carelessness lie held Burns too cheaply did not get into proper condition and from all reports entered the ring- s fat that he was unable to cope with his smaller nimbler adversary Hart says Tommy Ryan is no longer his manager The Louisville fighter will do well if he takes old Common- Sense into partnership and pays more attention to his own interests If he keeps in shape and tries to improve his fighting abilities he ought to he easily the superior of any man today with the exception of Jeffries Otherwise Hart is in danger of a speedy journey to Has Been Land Tho Breath Of Life Its a significant fact that the strongest animal of its size the goril la also has the largest lungs Powerful lungs means powerful creat ures How to keep the breathin organs light should be mans chief est study Like thousands of others Mrs Ora A Stevens of Port Williams 0 has learned how to do this She writes Three bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery stopped my cough of two years and cured me of what my friends thought consume toin 0 its grand for throat trou bles Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist Price 60c and 100 Trial botttle free What the Crops Mean to th County Early in the spring the country begins to ask How are the crops Our prosperity during the twelvemonths following the harvest depends in a very large measure on the answer to this question Out of the gronud comes our wealth In the p years of abundant prosperity the farmer takes from the earth each harvest season products of a value of 1000000000 and mOl e rI READ THIS Louisville Ky Oct 1 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear SirI 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 could hardly walk Your Texa9 Wonder Halls Great Discovery has cured me and I take great pleasureI in recommending it to any one l lacy afflicted Yours trulyIJOHN SNYD n 1815 16th StI JOneHalls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder toubles removes gravelcures diabetes seminal emis rheuma1linoysnnd bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your IIis two months treatment send set dom fails to cure any of the above- mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer- P 0 box 629 office Us31 Olive Street St Louis Mo i rev sumIdThe question corn How are the crops tleIof the crops the more valuable it is Ito the commercial community Railway men need to know in advance the outcome of the harvest that they may prepare for the transportation- of the crops to the markets Bum notrto the consumers but also of merchandise from the manufacturing towns to the farms bought by the farmers with their produce When railway men are assured of bigcrops they spend millions of dollars for new locomotives and cars and rails and many millions more for the im provement of their roadbeds and the extension of their line into new ter ritory The steel makers are joint ly interested with the railwaymen in the harvest for onefourth of the enormous product of the steel bdy I the railways cancel their orders for rails and bridges and equipment an steel descends from prince to pauper Then all the big manufacturers of the country whether of wagons or plows of shoes or clothing JOust I know whether their great customer the farmer is to have money to spen from harvest to harvest So it is with the merchants all through the agricultural country Even more important is early knowledge of the crop prospects to the bankers who must not only finance the movement of the crops to market but must also know whether the harvest is t cause expansion or contraction o capital ventures through the coun try Then there are the flour mill era and elevator owners who are directly interested in the marketing of the crops Finally there is the great body of men who speculate in the rise and fall in commodity prices and who risk many millions of dol lars in backing their opinions as to the volume of the crops and the de mand for them in the markets of the world Killed by Sweethearts Kiss South Bend Ind March 3ont- he eve of the day set for her wed agegd y home near Huron Mich having contracted tonsilitis by kissing her fiance J Arthur Frazer who had been ill from the disease for several days Miss Jackson became ill short ly after kissing Frazer and her con dition became so serious that she was taken to a hospital An affec tion of the heart developed shortly afterward and the end soon came Frazer did not leave her bedside until after her death and is now in shockeC4STO EIae A rBer theitsKind You Have Always Bouj Algtultre Y lit Life Guards The Life Guards are two rejri ments of cavalry forming part of the british household troops Thy are gallant soldiers and every Baitish heart is proud of them Not only the Kings household butyours ours everybodys should have its IIlife guards The need of them is great when the greatest foes of life diseases find allies in every element as colds influenza catarrh the grip and pneumpnia do in the stormy month of March The best way that we know of to guard against these diseases is to strengthen the system with Hoods Sarsapa rillathe the greatest of all life IIintnue to all the vital organs and function and imparts a genial warm to the blood Remember the weaker thesystem the greater thoexposurn to disease Hoods Sarsa parilla makes the system strong The Tracer Krt ker h hear Jones has agreatt inve ltitnl Droller Yds he fills a golf ball with gasolino aso you can trace wh ere went by the smell fHeevery daywjjijjh he is away j What is ILideaIJivt tdmpke business for thet telojjvk company r j c STRONG r DdleWttLlellHluuesmeekutb AgainI tovallofTiltonGi said after taken Kodol Dyiptptl Cure Hundred 3j of otherweak =women an being restored to perftct health by this rem edy YOU may be well if you will take ItInd1ieatloncau 1 nearly all the sickness that women have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cur souddisorders Digests What You Eat trial Ne0N1da Mean 4 at the La- karauryaf I ow011N IOD asaWIU 1Hol by Z WAYNE UIUYYII- NMYSTERIES Of Wireless Telegraphy To Be In vestigated By Officers of navyfNow York Mar 2 Wireless tele graphy tests are to be made for the next thirty days by the officers i charge of the various stations established by the Navy Department to determine if possible the cause of the many faliures to receive and to send messages at sunrise and sunset Repeated tests have shown this to be the case and it is said that the navy operators were the first to makdthe discovery of this strange and impor tant pnenomenon Just why the power of the wireless apparatus and the sound waves should be at the lowest ebb at sunrise or at sunset operators say may not be difficult to ascertain for it has long been kuown that messges ca be send by the system at night 40 per cent better than in the daytime especially when the sun is shining There is what is termed as frictional dissipation of energy in transmission by day It is also known that foggy weather is more favorable for sounding and receiving wireless messages than clear weather So naval officers familiar with electrical subject believe they will soon be able to locate and remedy the alleged defect at sahrisc and sunset- Commander Thmas W Ryanand Lieut Jackson U S N who are in charge of the wireless equipment at the Brooklon navy yard intend to make tests at once HogIYou will never know the trouble and pleasure cir life until you raise hogs They are a bother and vexation to the spirit of man while they live but bring joy and contentment- to the soul of man when they die at hogkilling time The American hog is the dad blamedest splithoofed longsnouted busybody animal we ever saw He can make a fellow madder than other animals that infest the premises He will always squeal and muddy your pants when himIduce in three minutes to feed your wife and children for three months He will pay no attention to a wide I pen gate when you want him to go through but will shovel out several cubic yards of dirt to make a hole- into aplace you dont want him to go He is the biggest nuisance and profitable on the farm Well Worth Trying I W H Brown the popular pension attorney of Pittsfield Vt says thingrtemy I in splendid health Quick cure for headache Constipation and Bilious I ness 25c Guaranteed at Z Wayne Griffin Bro drugstore I A r4 m 11 CumbelandTELEPHONE i AN- DTelegraph Co ncnrarpoted lucres nothing the matter with my business 1 have the Cumber land Telephone in my residence and place of business My buflness hoe Increased and my wifes voice is newer heard to erumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition AIK PATH Mgr WIk1 Ri 1L cmTII Ohio County Circuit Coart TF Illrkheail Judge Ben D Itlngo Attorney Oasar Mldlltf Jailer Ed 0 UnrrnM Clerk Frank L Fells Blaster Con mlMlonerY L Mo eleyTraate JorjFund n II Mnrtln Hherltf Hartford Deputy BherlBS A llratiher L P Crowder E H MQRan Jo H Roberts JtWCourtconreneanrat JIon day In March end Angnut and continues these weekannd third Monday In Slay and November two wee- kCountyCuurtW UTnjIor Judge tVS TlnileyClerkiEMAVooditnrd Attorney Uart lard aWCont t convenea drat Mondayjn each month Quarterly Court Begins on the third Monday lu Jnnnary April July anJOotober Court of Claims Convenes first Monday In Jan enaryTueedayatereecoodMonday In October ShreverSchool Sol aNileodent Hartford Uerome Allen CorooerJInjoTiaotlcaa CourtN Darraaa Bearer Oam March 24 June S3 September 24 December 24 W r Miller Horse Brnncli March 28 June 23 September 25 December 20 W 8 Dean Dundee March 2T Juno 26 Sep tember 20 December 37 tw14 Edge Fordsvlllo March 23 June 2tSeptember 21 Derem her 2S 118 Chamberlain Beda March 20 Jane 28 September 28 December 20 Herbert tender Centertown March 30 Juno 29 September December 30 John Miles It orkpon March 31 June 30 Sep tember 30 December 3- 1ITartfordI clle Court n WeddlnltJudge J8 Glenn City At torney Seth Moseler Marshal Court con yens second Monday In eatb month neUe10UD r3ervrieu M E Church South Services third Sunday seconIday evening Rev J A Letils Pastor Baptist ChurchServleeeheld Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday aridSnndayolght and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening hey A D OerdierpaetorC Services lint Sunday In each monthntllamand7pm Rev J DDar nedpaetorSchoolTraeteeellartfordC M Crowe J S rOlen Dudley Ford IE Thomas Dr E D Pendleton City Council J U Williams Mayor C M Crowe Clerk R E L Slmmermnn Dr E D Iendleton A D White Wm Fair Wra Dean Dr J W Taylor OeroLt3oeitio A O U W meets tint and third Friday nIght In each month Hartford Lodge No 871 F A Ma oni flri Monday night In each month 1 MaccanRough River Lodge No 110 Knights of Pytbla meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No 40 A n hold regular meeting Saturday belorellretSnDda71n each mouth Southern Raiway Shortest and Fastest Lines NIZOI Lexington ani Louisville 10 l LOlliSfllltlie WestT- wo trains daily as follows L ave Lexington 610 a m Lou isville 900 a m arrive at St Louis 612 p m Carrying vestibuled coaches and CafeObservation Par for CarMeals n la cartethrough without cange Leave Lexington 53Q p m Lou isville 1015 p m arrive at St Lou is 732 a m carrying free reclin ing chair cars and Pullman sleeper through without change Reserve Sleeping Car berths at 111 Hast Main St Lexington Ky 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky or Union Depots TIlE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass mnnner zf r Promntlrr icriouo write for onr befbreIire IMMEDIATE FREE REPORT ON PAT negtered01 At BOBtBOT 71h SL WASHINGTON D C w i Home Baking with ROYALBaking The United States Agricultural Department r has issuedand circulates free a valuable report giving the results of elaborate experiments made by and under the direction of the Department which show the great saving from baking at home as compared with cost of buying at the bakers AH bread cake biscuit crullers etc are very much freshercleanercheaper and more wholesome when made at home with Royal Baking Powder ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 9 THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBrief Items What is believed to have been an attempt to assassinate the Governor General of Moscow was frustrated by the arrest of the suspected female Lieut Gen John M Schofield U S A retired last surviving arm commander of the Civil War died o cerebral hemorrhage Sunday night at St Augustine Fla A movement to secure the perma ltt11t location of the State Fair m i Louisville has begun and it is belieI cd that an effort will be made to i rife 100000 for the purpose e The population of Louisville ac cording to the new directory was Issued Tuesday is given as 210I 5EO an increase during the fclast year of 8114 the largest ever known an end year M t The House at Washington Tuesday passed without opposition a bill for the relief of tobacco growers by npr witting them to sell leaf tobacco without paying the Tax of six cent 3 a pound heretofore charged j Steamboat inspectors have recciv d special instructions is regard t rigidly enforcing the inspection laws of aU steam vessels Allcondemned life preservers and hose must be burned in the presence of the inspec m torsA bitter fight is being waged at j Owensboro over the postoffice- Charge of violating the civil service law have been perferred against Postmaster Van Rnnsselaer and civil service representatives and a postal inspector arc conducting a staij chamber investigation SULPHUR SPRINGSIMarch 7Mrs Ins been on the sick list for some time is ImprovingIe to lay in his spring stock of goods I and will also visit his brother DrI H F Dean at Auburn before he reI tunia home Miss Ada Johnston Elizabethtown who barf been visiting relatives in liars vicinity has returned home itiss Willie Turnham and Romney Acton and Porter Murphy were tht gads of Misses Minnie and Maggie Wadding Saturday night and Sun day j Mr and Mrs W T Bean and ihI anti Mrs S S Acton were the guests of Mr und Mrs Cook Bean Sunday j W It Bean and wife were the i gutsts of their daughters Mrs Dr Duff Sunday j S S Acton and son Romney wer- t jn Hartford Monday on business BAHNETTS CREEK Mrcli 7Mrs Richard Taylor r- etaadto her home in Taylor Mines I cif after a two weeks visit with her motherMrs C K Carson Thomas Hoover and wife visited friends in Owensboro last Sunday Messrs Dick Taylor Elda Tiche nor E M Parris and C K Carscn returned the 1st inst after astayof- of ten days with friends in Okla homaMiss Pearl Hoover is improving Prof Alney Tanner and wife Pleasant Ridge spent Sunday with her mother Ida Burns Several of our neigbors attended the meeting of the A S of E at Adaburg Thursday Mrs Elija Hunley visited Mrs C K Carson Wednesday Aunt Willie Hoover has the grip Mrs Catherine Hoover returned extendf Foster Ralph and wife visited Hen ry Ralph and family Sunday JiNGO March 5Dolphy Murphys little daughter is very sick with Scarlet feverWilbert Dever is on the sick list Wilbert Vance is able to be out again- i Albert and Caney Davis Daviess county were in our midst Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Henry Dever were the guests of their daughter Mrs Luly Lamb Sunday Rev W D Cox filled his regular appointment at Concord Sunday Miss Eva Vance was the guest of her mister Mrs Iva Cox Friday Wayne Dever attended churchat Concord Sunday- j Miss Rena Vance was the guest of SundayIMiss Purley Tomes Sunday John Duncan of Daviess county was in our midst Saturday and Sun dayA number of people attended the farmers meeting at this place Friday r BUFORD- March 7Mrs Dollie Pate visited relatives in Heflin last week Mrs Bettie Richison visited Joe Thomisonand family Heflin Mon day and Tuesday of last week Walter Newton and W P Yewell Livermore visited B F Graves Feb ruary 25- Miss Vergie Graves will teach our spring school commencing the 12th She has 21 scholars G W Jewell and A T Bell are on courtI Heflin visited Miss Mary Richison last week re turning home Sunday Mesdames Williams Lyons Bettie Richison little Lela Magan and Randall Blair are able to be out again after several days sickness Mrs Hyman Dawson East View visited Mrs R L Parris Monday i Bennett Wells Utica is visiting Oscar Turner and family this week Woll Worth Trying W H Brown the popular pension attorney of Pittsfield Vt says Next to a pension the best thing PillseHe writes they keepmy family in splendid health Quick cure for headache Constipation and Bilious i ness 25c Guaranteed at Z Wayne GijHfin S Bro drug store i READING UP FOR THE YEAR I During the Autumn English Women I Catch Tip on Literature In the Country I In the iiiiluinn great boxes of books go ni lo Scotland and the shooting moors addressed tilt hI chatelaines of historic houses They arc not intended to nuguunt the resources of the library or to mouse guests of lit IruIr propensi ties upon days of storm and iin lint sire destined for the particular pursuit of the hostess herself in helo vii boudoir The very exintiii dutios of the London season make the pleasure of keeping up their pursuit of lit erature in impossibility to uiuny women It utay lie practicable to dip into the latest novel when it mikes its itppeiiranco during the few leisure moments that are sandwiched between n busy Lou don hostess day but todevotetiny time to serious reading is quite im possible Numbers of biographies books of travel and of science delightful memoirs and interesting poems must go unread unless the mod ern plan of saving them up for September is resorted to as it very generally is now This resource is the fstnh1il11t1i custom of one very exalted person iige who is devoted to literature nut whose sympathies ore so wid that no good novel ever escapes her perusal It is her custom to keep in a lit tie book throughout the earlier months of the year a carefully compiled list of novels works of ravel iiiemuirs aulobiographios and so forth that she desires to read and these her bookseller for wards to her in her highland home for lier delectation during tilt au tumn i WASHINGTON WAS TREED Statue of Father of His Country with Lions Beneath Suggests New I Aspect to Negro History hUN made one impor tout omission in chronicling the career of Ueorjie Washington whyih the visit of the ISritish squadron to this country hits brought to light according to Admiral Coghlan Although all the current accounts of t he sf regies in the revolution admit that the Father of Ills Country had ninny hard times n t the hauls of his Kng lisp enemies they do not recount his capture This occurrence Baltimore fills perpetuated Some of my British friends were walking around Haiti more said the admiral when we came to a large square in the center of which was in tall statue George Washington aS there large as life while at the base of the pedestal crouchcl four lions supposed to typify the Uu lislimeii f imagine Aq wo stood there an old negro came along and gazed at tIll statue for awhile Thou apparently deeply impressed lie sauntered off re marking Well old man Im sor n they got rOil treed flodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you cat REYNOLDS Mar 5Mrs Minnie Damascus and son Crissie and Al fred Wells Deanfield were the guests of J R Evans and family Monday Mrs J R Evans and son Taltie were the guests of Prof J S 11 Royal and family Monday night Mrs Mary Gilespie of Tunnell Hill Hardin Co visited friends here this week Prof J S M Royal was the guest of T P Royal and family Tuesday John McCarty and wife Fordsville dtpj OPENING it Visit Long COn1ponysECONOMY STORE SATURDAY MARCH 24 1906 Z GoollsSilksFaneyBraids rS 2 r of White Goods Linens tills Organdies Soisotts Embroidered Swisses and 3- xT many other now patterns and weaves which we havent space to mention just now TS SHoes fWo want you to see our line of Peters Shoes and Oxfords Wo will shov you wmany pretty styles in Gun Metal and Undressed Kid also n big lino of White Linen rCanvass Slippers in Jens Ladies and Childr- ensClothing 1T i Our stock of Clothing will bo uptodate Wo will show you the new cuts and shades in Gray which is the leading color i JY PurtilshitigsOur tho s vory newest things the Eastern markets are showing and wo believe that when 2you have looked through our stock you will agree with us tlfat we are showing the yprettiest and cheapest lino Merchandise ever shown in Hartford tDOl1t Forget the Date of Opening March 24 tLong Cos Economy Store HartfordKy j af 444M J1C were the guests of Mr and Mrs I James Howard Tuesdaymght Prof J S M Royal went to Fords ville Wednesday and was the guest of his nephew W D Royal and family while there C E Royal sold a horse to Elder R J Brandon this week for 10000 We will find a buyer for your farm or town lot We will find a tenant for your houseI List with us Smith Republican office IREDAMar 7The protracted meeting which was in progress at Shinkle i i Chapel closed last Thursday nightI Mrs Eliza Bennett is very low at writingI and MrHughes Owensboro visited Mr W E Parks and family Saturday night and Sun day Rev C F Williams Livermore will preach at the M E church Sunday Sunday School will be organized at the C P church March 18th in the forenoon Shadrach Greer returned home Friday from Bowling Green i Wayne Ellis and wife visited Mrs j A E Ellis Saturday night and Sun day Mrs B T Greer and little granddaughter Lorene are ill Several from here attended services at Nocreek Sunday j Jessie Hudson went to Hartford Monday Barnard Hicky Adaburg was in our town Tuesday I Mrs W C Ambrose is improving I A protracted meeting will begin nightJPrentis j Mrs Samuel Williams of Center town visited her sister Mrs W K Carson this week Ben Bennett who has been ill of appendicitis is much improved aot ++ d 31 + 4io ++ ot + + ot ofI ++ ot + ot ++ t i DANK OF HARTFORD I i JO cL Fo1ATra1 1MH2 + jf Capital Stock 4OOOOOO Surplus 12 00000 f Stockholders Acldil Liability 4000000 t+01 Securety to Depositors 9200000 + 4 iJ W FORD President JOHN T MOORE Cashier J P TAYLOR V Preat R HOLBROOK Asst Cashier + tH iH X HOLIIROOKHC THOMAS Directors 1 f+ ++++++++++ + + ++ +++++ rt+++++ + ++++++ ++++ + +++ ot E vV FREE TRIP TO- MAMMOTHI CAVEj I Offered By The Republican to iSchool Boys of Ohio County MostI 4isterialHow 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 ninny of our readers have been embarrassed when in other Staterfthey were asked to describe the wonderful Kentucky Cave and were compelled to admit to the utter astonishment of the ques tioner that they have never seen it To contribute somewhat toward this necessary part of the boys education the management of 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 PLANEvery 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 TilE RKiUiiLiCANof 100 whether arrears or advance will entitle the 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 o anyone connected with this paper will be elligiblo as a candidate Persons sending votes by mail will please cut out and use the following ballot TBE DISTRICTSThe seven Districts are made up of territory as follows DISTRICT No IEast 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 triavillc Shreve- Ralph and Herbert voting precincts precinctsDISTRICTvoting precincts DISTRICT No 7North and South Rockport McHenry Render and Cool Springs voting precincts r TRIP TO MAMMOTH CAVE I cast this ballot of votes t For Vhn age In between 12 and SO yonM I District No Precinct 1Sgned I a i i r Address f v State + i County j aLek J s l- eeY r I itvW t i ESr A41e LhAY