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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 mtjc Jaxtforb ThpubUcan Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL i iHHA1tTFOlID OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH 23 1906 No 36 SUPPOSED SUICIDE Miss Prudie Ford a School Girl in Hartford College Disappears IIoclockin Hartford College asked to be ex MIIIPollsome money and articles of jewelry were missed by Mrs Collins and the young lady was accused She then changed her room to Jailer OscarM id kilts where she had since made her home She did not learn of the charge sheldidfelt aQ it was thought she had gone to spend the night with a girl friend However yesterday when she could not be located inquiry was made nnd it was found she had not gone to Aeher home at FrieJaland near Horse II Her sweetheart Lawrence Gary went to Horse Branch yesterday butI IIocoul get no trace of her about AbotitJVclcck last even ing learning that a young lady had been seen on the river banknear the old water mill Messrs C P Keown John King and others went to the spot and found her trucks leading down into the water and near by letters directed to her father and moth er and the one given bolow direct ed to her sweetheartLawrence Gary who is also a student at Hartford College LAWRENCE DARLING 01Since I left Mrs Collins she has accused me of stealing some things from her and God knows 1 am inno J cent She says she will have me i prosecuted but I hardly think she will I am now at the old water mill and ready to jump in I love you and have been true to you but rath IMr than to have my name mingled with any such as this will bid you Gods speed and adieu May this life lu happy but Oh remember me I shall await your coming in the next world You have always said thatj should you commit suicide you would rather drown 1 said I would rather poison my self but to be sure nnd certain of ending my life I will take a dose of both Be a good boy and meet me in the better world PRUDIE This seems to leave no room to doubt that the poor girl has drowned herself to escape what she thought disgrace The young lady is about 17 years of age and a daughter of Mr Ned Ford a highly respected citizen of Friedaland this county At 10 oclock last night the hour this paper went to press a large party of citizens were searching the river with grappling hooks near the place the letters were found for they body Announcement Christian Church A series of meetings will begin at theI First Christian church in Hartford on the first Sunday in April conduct ed by Rev W B Wright Pastor of the Church The Church has secur I ed the Opera House for holding said meetings also the services of Prof J Lenoard Daughterv who will have charge of the song service- A cordial invitation is extended to the citizens of Hartford and sur rounding community to be present and assist in these meetings and the Ministers and church workers are 1 invited to with us in this workIr Killed in Wreck Last Sunday afternoon quite a number of people gathered at a curve below Horse Branch to wit i ness the removal of somo wrecked cars After the wreck had been picked I up and preparations were being I made to pull the train into Horse I Branch through the neglect of some of the R R employs a heavy coal train crashed into the wrecker Two boys Norb Ferguson and Waitman togf II wrecker and knew nothing of an I W approaching train until the crash came The car was splintered and young Brooks whose home is at Mar shal S 0 Keowns was hurled sev eral feet away and escaped instant death by climbing an almost perpen dicular bank however his body i almost covered with cuts and bruises Then the young Perguson boys body was found in an almost unrecogni zable heap He was the oldest son of James Perguson employed aj bridge carpenter on I C R R and was much liked by all who knew him Ills remains were taken t salem Monday at 2 oclock P M and buried MRS KITTY ANN TAYLOl Died at the Home of Her Daughte in Louisville Last Sunday Night Mrs Kitty Ann Taylor died nt 11 MO oclock Sunday night at the res idence of her son inlaw Mr C E Walker of Louisville Mrs Taylor was formerly Mis s Kitty Wallace She was born near Owensboro April 11 1831 and mar ried Harnett Trible in 1857 Thret children were born to thenf Two of these died in infancy and the only remaining one being Mrs Clarence E Walker of Louisville four years after Mr Triblus dead Mrs Taylor married Harrison D Taylor of Hartford Since Mr Taylor death she has lived with her daughter in Louisville and lion H P Taylor of Hartford her step grandsonMrs joined tIm Methodist church when a mere child and ha always been a most consistent an loyal member The funeral took place Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock from the residence of Mr W B Cosby Owens bore and the burial was ut Elm- wood In Memory Mr Ellis Roach one of the mos prominent citizens of this county passed away March 16th at the home of his brother Mr Julian Roach who lives near Magan The deceased leaves a wife and three children He was loved by all who knew him He was a consistent Christian a kind husband and a good father By his death the county has lost one of Its best citizens the church on of its must faithfulconstituents the community one of its best neigh bors and the family an almost idolized husband and father Always considerate in his treatment of others he leaves a whole host of sorrowing friends and relatives to whom we extend our most sincere sympathy BUFORD March 20Rev R T Bruner filled his regular appointment the second Saturday He was quite sick Sunday morning not being able to fill his appointment he left for home Mr Henderson Owensboro was here Monday- T M Hoover went to Centertown Sunday returning Monday Mrs Charley Collins and daughter Miss Iva left Monday to visit Mrs Collins mother near Dallas Tex Our singing class is practicing for tho singing convention at old Oak Grove the 5th Sunday in April Several loads of tobacco in this neighborhood were taken to Owens oro last week and sold on the open market all brought good prices Horace Bell Walnut Ridge Ark eturned home last week He will raise a crop at home this year Mrs Mattie Wells Utica is visit nd her daughter Mrs Oscar Turn ir this week Messrs Lawrence Jewell Herman Lyons and Bennie Blair went to Ow msboro Monday Seth Riley has a very bad cough Herman Richisen is having chills Mid Coleman is no better OASTOB xsBears You Jim AlmrsBesiB UjiM thect fjJl11 d4 L KILLED BY SIGNAL ARM Engineer on flying Train Loses His Life While Watching out For Trains Safety I The second death in a railroad accident within two days at Horse I Branch occurred there Tuesday about 4 oclock in the morning Colley Butler an engineer being struck on the head by a signal arm and kill cabowindow looking abead on the track and the arm dropped and struck himcrushing his skull He fell back fireR man sonic one had thrown a stone which hadstruck him The blood gushed from the wounded mans mouth nose and stopIped and a physician was summoned but he was in d dying condition when the doctor arrived living but a few minutesInvestigation showed that the sig nal post had caused the accident It had always been regarded by the railroad men as dangerous on account of its being so close to the track and I they are generally on the lookout for It eLATER REPORT In some mysterious manner Hir I am C Butler Illinois Central engin eer was almost instantly killed near Horse Branch while on his engine pulling a freight train into Louis vile He was struck in the fore head by some hard substance but what the substance wasis complete mystery even the fireman who was nodHe was leaning out of the cab win dow and suddenly sank back unconscious with a wound in his forehead A report was sent out that Butler was killed by his head coming in con tact with a signal arm but there is nonenear the scene of the accident wasta there was no collision Will Speak on Temperance- The Ohio County An Saloon League has secured Prof 0 M Shultz to make n number of lectures on temperance in any part of this county where they may be desired anyen ree to advertise the appointment and furnish places Prof Shultz is well and favorable known over the county and is certainly establish ing an enviable reputation as a lec turer No admission charges So callon or write the committee in regard to dates or further informa tion A D Park Chairman Hartford Ky Hydrophobia After Six Years Owingsvillo Ky March 19As a result of injures received by a mad dog biting him six years ago George Wells aged fourteen years died to day after horrible convulsions He frothed at the mouth and crawled like a dog Henry Vaughn and Geo Stavens were bit at the same time as Wells Vaughn died of hydroplio a few days later while Stevens wor ried himself to death Notice to Tax Payers Six per cent penalty will be add ed to all town taxes unpaid on the first day of April 1906 Those who wish to avoid this penalty will please settle at once SETH MOSELEY 3612 Marshal NARROWS Miss Annie Dun was in Louisville last week buying Millnery stock for A R Renfrow Co Dr Maxwell and family left Tues day for Oklakoma city where the doctor will practice hisprofession Mr and Mrs Noah White are re joicing over their first born It is a girl Mrs Evallne Foreman died at her home near Dundee Tuesday Mrs Foremanvas about sixty flve card old and had been in poorheallf for J jL several years She was an excellent lady and her going hence brings sor row to the hearts of many friends A unique incident in the life of the deceased lady was that she had not taken a drink of water for more than seventeen years before her death using no substitute liquid and drank sparingly of milk or coffee at mealsThe directors of the A S of E Tobacco warehouse will meet here April 1 Mr John Nelson a farmer living near here has a rooster possessing two set of spurs The four spurs arc each as perfectly developed as such instruments of chicken warfare usually are The rooster is regarded as quite a curiosity by those who have seen it- Notice I to Trustees- I have mailed out census blanks to everydistrict in the county If for any reason the chairman of any dis trict fails to have them by April 1st ho should take the census of his dis trict on blank paper and notify me- T should like to have a report from every district not later than April 20 1906 JAMES M DEWEESE S C S 0 C BEDAT March 22 Business is very good in our town Walter Parks Owensboro is visit ing his father W Q Parks this weekMrs E N Bennett is slowly im proving after an illnes of several months Me amuel and Wayne Ellis and il otShown went to Owens bottMyVejInesday was organizedat the C P church Sunday a m with W C Bennett Supt Mrs R P Bennett Assistant Supt and Miss Stellai r Secx tn y The pros peclajifterveryflattering fopMv 8uc cessful Sunday school and every one should encourage and assist in the good work Caleb Tichenor contemplates mov ing to Oklahoma in the near future Thomas Maples and family will move to Luther Dooleys farm near Nocreek this week Eli Parris and family have moved ArkansasRev has been employed to preach at the C P church His first appointment will be the third Sunday in April- J Warren Bennett has moved with his family to Beaver Dam Rev Calvert Nocreek will preach at Shinkle Chapel Sunda- yHowardGary On Sunday March 25 1906 at 330 oclock p m E S Howard will be united in marriage to Miss Florence Gary at the church in Horse Branch Rev C I Kelly will be the officiating clergymanMr is a public school teacher of more than local reputation holding a firstclass certifiicate and having taught successfully fer sever al years He was reared near Dexter ville in Butler county but now re sides near Baizetown Ho is ayoung man of promise Miss Gary is also a teacher having taught two successful public schools in the county Her home is near Arnold Shenumbersherfriendsbya- cquaintances Each of these young people is to congratulated on winning the heart of the other Both are the same age to a day having just past their 23rd birthday TilE REPUBLICAN congratulates I them Vote in Popularity Contest j Below will be found candidates J nominated and vote cast for each up to noon yesterday ill TilE REPUBLICAN trip to the Mammoth cave pop ilarity contest DISTRICT No1ICecil Barnard Beaver Dam 30 DISTRICT No7 Carroll Smith McHenry 30IRoy Brown McHenry DISTRICT No3 v Roy Cr jDISTRICT John Morton CeralvpX 10 et t 0- t DRAKEHOLBROOK CASE Decided Wednesday in Holbrooks Favor Klncheloe vs Smith Reversed The long drawn out case of W P Drake and brothers against Rowan Holbrook was decided by the Court of Appeals Wednesday in favor of Mr Holbrook The suit was filed in the Ohio Circuit Court on the 12th day of May 1900 The plaintiffs Drakes sought to recover of defend ant Holbrook 6000 damage for alleged fraudulent representations in the sale of twenty shares of stock in the Fields Coal Company of Island KentuckyThe has been tried in Circuit Court here three times Holbrook won each time the Court of Appeals twice reversing it The last trial was had in August 1904 and an ap peal was prosecuted which resulted in an affirmance Wednesday This ends the matter finally At the same sitting of the Court of Appeals Wednesday a decision was handed down reversing the cast of T R Kincheloe againstJZ Smith This suit was brought by Kincheloe to recover for the loss of a dwelling house which burned on a farm bought by him from Smith before Smith delivered possession to him Manaa A S of E Notes Mt Pleasant Local A S of E No 177 met Saturday March 17th Pres ident E P Sandefur presiding After attending to important busi ness pertaining to the local R P Likens and T F Crowder entertained the local with excellent talks on the subject Does it pay to use Fertilizers They spoke in favor of the proposition- W H B Haven read some excell ntseleetionsfrolpup toidate The following program was ar ranged for our next meeting will be held Saturday March whichI Raising Hogs for profit Haley What is the best interest of the farmerH C Crowder- Is I there any profit in showing 100 acres 1 on Beaver in of 40 in meadow easy further tished on PEflUNH STRENGTHENS THUNTIRSYSTEM F B Davidson Late Lieut U B- Army D O care US Office To my there Is no remedy for to It not only strikes at the root of the s malady butIttones and strengthens the system In a wonderful I way That has been Its history In my ease I and recommend It to afflicted as I have bcenF S Davidson i wwwIf you do not prompt and satis factory results from the use of write st once to Dr Hartman a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice + Dr Hartman President of The Bartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio to entertain a dumperW- H B Havens B H Corresponding Secretary for REPUBLICAN ++++I+++++++ +++++++ 4 ++++++++++++++++++++++ +4 1 r BANK OF HARTFORD I IcoI Ioz Ar DIBS + Capital Stock 4000000Surplus 12 OOOOO Stockholders Liability == 4OOQOOOV Depositors9200QOOt a J W FORD President JOHN T MOORE Cashier P V Prest R HOLBROOK Asst Cashier gH tJHOLBROOKH Directors JNO H+ +otOOoH +ot + ++tH +H U oM REAL ESTATE 1 BuyingSellingTrading WE DO THAT NOTE A FEW OF OUR MANY BARGAINS mile from theCourt House Hartford and Dam pike high state cultivation acres good welling barn and outbuildings lour price reasonable terms any information fury application Washington Pension writes mind catarrh comparable Peruna truly cheerfully unhesitatingly those derive Fernna giving gratia Address hogsWm Allen How STEWART Subscribe THE Addil TAYLOR CTHOMAS 40J acres near White Run adjacent to the I C R R half Caney Creek bottoms all cleared good orchard two good wells price reasonable a i bargain for some one further information furnished on application List your property with us We will find n buyer 3 BARNETT SMITH L r Real Estate Agents Repuiblican Officc Hartford J v Kentucky i I s r T v4 IPLAYING TO GULLEBIES Way Some Insiders Regard Beckhams Latest Move Calling of Extra Session Believed I to Have bad Deeper Motive t the Call Reflects JAfterthe consternation which fol lowed Gov Beckhams shrewd and spectacular political move in calling the Legislature extraordinary ses sion members of the general assem bly and hangerson having recovered from the dazzling effect of the spectacular play began to ask one another and themselves How long will it last Will there be another fight and will any questions other than the rectifiers tax and the reve nue agents be taken up The general opmion among legisla tors seems to be that the special session will not last longer than twenty days that there is no reason why it should last longer to dispose of the two matters indicated in theK Governors call but legislators have a failing for drawing their per diem per day and Frankfort is a pleas ant place to spend a vacation Morever there is no certainty that other measures will not come up for consideration Gov Beckham indi 1Gated that he might amend his call and alreadmembers of the Legisla ture are asking him to amend it sot that pet measures may be introduc ed again and considered But before disclosing his plan for an extra sesion Gov Beckham assured t himself that several measures which he wished passed went through without a hitch Especially was this true of 250000 appropria tion bill for the State Capitol and of the Legislative Redis tricting bill Then knowing that he had secured all from the Senate that he wanted he flashed his call for an extra session It was in the hole with which the rectifiersI have not reckoned They were caught in the net trap No longer 1 could they hold up legislatian favor able to the administration to force an agreement in their interest The Governor now holds the strings of i legislation They cannot consider a thing that he does not wish They have only one consolation The F Governor can say what shall be con sidered but the legislators only can say how long they will take in con sidering it And it may resolve itself into a long drawn fight a test of endurance between the House and the Senate There are others who putting aside as trivial the spectacular feat ures of the Governors play look closer and claim to see far deeper political signifiance in the call than any outwitting of the rectifiers fac tion or any desire to tax the rectifier or increase the revenue of the State Gov Bekham and his machine have broken entirely with the whisky ele ment and are now playing to the temperance people They see aI play to the galleries in the callI Wall Worth Trying W H Brown the popular pension attorney of Pittsfield Vt says Next to a pension the best things to get is Dr Kings New Life Pills He writes they keep my family in splendid health Quick cure for headache Constipation and Bilious less 25c Guaranteed at Z Wayne Griffin Bro drug store 1Rare t American Plant Of all rare plants in America the most rare is the buckleya which has disappeared from all known places i except two Paint Rock in North Carolina the refuge of plants in hiding and Wolf Creek in fennesi Me Its foliage Is graceful and it beats oily little nut of a rather agreeable flavor As for II its flower ihey are rather odd ing no pets and being of two di1t- inct kinU one nary at the ends t tvi an j ts otlxi in t tiny rll cs Deii r pailof1 11ridged Iefrlllleit seemed to thrive but ho could I never raise any move from it Af i ter II long while its secret was found t out It lives usually on the Carolina hlark a Iorptual guest to tbir ing no work fur t k Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor one and coon the kid neys are out order or diseasedKidney trouble has so It Is not uncommon a child to be born afflicted with weak neys If the child urinates too often If the urine scalds the flesh or If when child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage it Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It the cause the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwamp Root Is soon realised It is sold by druggists In fifty cent and dollar sizes You may have a sample bottle by mall cheerfulness disappear when of prevalent that for kid the of the LLncc tellHorn of awnHiot ing all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer tt Co Binghamton N Y be sure and paperDont mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BinghamtonNY itself In other words it is a secret parasite as the mistletoe is an open one It is named after Dr Buckley who loved flowers and sought them under all kinds of difficulties To Curea Folon says Sam Kendall of Phillipsburg Kan just cover itover with Buck lens Arnica Salve and the Salve will lo the rest Quickest cure for burns boils sores scalds wounds piles eczema salt rheum chapped lands sore feet and sore eyes Only 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug Store Guaranteed Biggest Elk In the World Chauncev Morlan recently initiated into B P 0 E Lodge at Elwood Ind and will undoubtedly take a prize for the heaviest Elk at the national reunion of the order at Den er this summer Net only is he he largest Elk but it is doubtful whether there is any heavier man in the world He is thirty years old is five feet ten inches in height and weighs 642 pounds He wears a No 24 collar No 8 shoes and 7J hat His chest measurement is eighty four inches waist ninety inches thigh fifty two inches calf twenty six inches and arm twentyfour inches CHEAPEST FARM LAND Southwest Offcers Best Opportunities for Securing- Homes Many farmers in the Northern and Eastern states are selling their high priced lands and locating in the Southwest Many who have been unable to own their homes in the older county are buying land in the new country Unusual opportunities exist along the lines of the Missouri PacificIron Mountain Route The rich alluvial delta lands and river bottom lands of Southeast Missouri Eastern Arkansas Louisiana and Texas capable of producing 60 bushels of corn a bale of cotton 4 to 6 tons of alfalfa 150 bushels of potatoes and other grain vegetables and hay crops can be ioughtfor 750 to 1500 peracrea When cleared and slightly improved will rent for 400 to 600 per acrea cash Uplands more rolling lighter soil adapted to fruit growingpeaches pears plumbs grapes berriesalso vegetaIules1000 per acre in unimproved state Many places with small clearings nd some improvements can be oiifdit very cheap This is a fine stock country No ion winter feeding Free range HIT water mildclimate A healthy rowing country with a great future Write for map and descriptive lit ratureuu Missouri Arkansas Lou isiana Texas Kansas and Indian Ter itory Very cheap rates on first nd third Tuesdays of each month Address It T G MATTHEWS T P A Louisville Ity- or H C TOWNSKND G P T A I St Louis Mo I i OSTRICH FARMING IN U S I Two Thousand of the Queer Birds on a 111 Farm Near Los i Angeles Few people know that ostrich farming is carried on profitably and on a large scale in the United States The queer antics and habits of this strangest and biggest of birds are well worth a visit to the ostrich farms of which there are many in southern California and a few else where as in Peoenix Arizona sa sI the detroit Free Press One farm near Los Angeles has 2000 of the birds The cheif duty of the keepers is to have the creat ures in a happy frame of mind As long as they succeed in this everything goes well and each spring there is a rich crop of plumes The ostrich when discontented shows itI by kicking and his kicks are dread of the keepers An ostrichs kick is as powerful as that of a mule and much better aimed and more I sudden Prof Shillings the famous I photographer of wild animals says inI as a pugilists hands and whenever I a kick does not land quite true the ostrich ends his career with a bro ken leg The farms are spread over many acres Each bird has his own territory bounded by imaginary lines which nobody but the ostrich itself can If any bird or any person but the accredited keeper crosses the tine the kicking It requires three begiRsIcoaxing enticing collect the birds pluckmg They are finally crowded I into an inclosure so tightly that therj is no room to kick From there they are taken to the box which is a 1Imit kicking and there the tail plumes arc plucked Crushed bones are generally eaten They require the phosphate the bones contain Should a too large bone stick in the neck it is a simpe matter to cut it out and sew the place up again The wound as a rule heals quickly and causes but little inconvenience Ostriches are mostly fed on meal and alfalfa They will swallow al most anything small euongh to pass down the neck such asoranges small fowls tortoises turkeys chickens and kittens One of the owners of a camp found an ostrich cock in his dining room helping himself one after an other to the contents of a box of luscious peaches He also spoke of a tennis ball being sent beyond the tennis grounds close to an ostrich which at once swallowed it with an evident relish bringing the game to a sudden end They will swallow yards of fencing wire in short piecesIf u are troubled with Piles and cant find a cure try Witch Hazel Salve but be sure tit get that made by E C DeWitt Co Chicago It I is the Original If you have used I Witch Hazel Salve without being re lieved it is probable that you got hold of one of the many worthless counterfeits that are sold on the reputation of the genuine DeWitts Hazel Salve Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m A Bridge in India In his article on ibexshooting in Baltiststan in Harpers for March Mr J G Grew tells of a remarkable rope bribge built by natives across the Indus At the end of a long march of hirtyone miles says Mr Grew four hours in the morning over a- bad trail of difficult climbs and steep descents and seventeen miles in the afternoon to Tar kutti we came upon our first rope bridge across the Indus The ingenuity of the natives in making such a bridge with no material but twisted twigs strong enough to hold the weight of any number of coolos Wtll thufr loads inu long enough to be swung from cliff to cuff across this great river is i source of wonder Yet there it swings with three strands of twisted twigs one for each hand to grasp one to guide the feet sagging gracefully from the tops of the mighty cliffs that flank the river accasionally swaying slightly in the wind but firm and safe as a bridge of rock and iron The sensation when oriel 4 toVY nn officers were on board There must also be stated the draught of water at the time of sailing the hour of sailing state of tide weather wind incurs particulars are for use in the Admi ralty Court Collisions at sea arc fruitful of much litigation Owners endeavor to obtain photographs where possible as evidence The Receivers in ad haveIto a constant lookout for drif tage for which any owner may be foundor which may be converted into coin If anybody should chance to rescue and wreckage or driftage as it is technically termed in the shape of timi reaches of the Thames he will pro badly receive a precentage of the gross value in the way of salvage money provided of course that he delirers up the goods to the authori ties He is not legally entitled to anything but it is customary to make such a reward Not infrequently this kind of merchandise is found UP derelict on the river The percen tage awarded varies according to the value of the find Advantages of Living on Mars I Those weary of the world might find it pleasanter on Mars Camille Flammarion details many advantages in favor of Martians They at least can always tell with almost absolute certainty what sort of weather is to be their portion not less than two weeks in advance Besides this they themselves are extremely clever and might furnish amusement for the blase of earth They tare sup posed to be several millions of years ahead of the earth dwellers an in tellectual race far superior to our own as astronomical observations increasingly tend to indicate They are also in a better position than wo are to free themselves from the heaviness of matter since they wigh less Their years arc twice as long as those on earth And their climatic conditions are always more agreeable than ours CAST rtSeBean tbalbKind You Hm Alap Bosm Blgaatareof h1 41 i BLACK BIRKHEAD 4 j PROPRIETORS 1 Hartford and Beaver Daiii Transfer p tiAND FREIGHr LINE i Meets all trains Also + 41 General Liverymen jf Best of attention given to stock New stable Main jj 1 street Hartford Ky ft 4 9 tVLMYYMMYMMtLYrrMY7rYrMMiI Sugarcoated easy to take I AcureyefsDYEabeautiful Fine Trains T- OFLORTDAhr VIA RaUWaiI i mi I CreSCO nt RQuto Florida Limited leaving Louis l ville 8 H in daily connects at Dan ville Ky with solid trains of Pull man Sleepers and vestibuled coache via Chattanooga and Atlanta arriv big Jacksonville nt 850 a m and St Augustine 10 a m next day without change Dining Car service all meals enroute Florida Special leaving Louis ville 745 p m carries observation sleeper daily except Sunday Louis ville to St Augustine without change via Chattanooga and Atlan ta arriving at Jacksonville 850 p m and St Augustine at 10 p m next day From Danville this is solid train of Drawing Room Sleepers Composite car Observation car also Dining Car serves all meals en routeVia the Land of the SkyPull man Sleeper leaves Louisville 745 p m daily running through to Knottsville where connection is made at 935 a m with through sleeper to Jacksonville via Ashville p Columbia and Savannah arriving at Jacksonville 9 a m Winter Tourist Tickets Good returning until May list are now on sale dailat Low Katus Variable Tours Going via Ashville allclOf Land of the Skand Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and Cliat anooga or Vice Versa For the Land of Sky Winter Homes or other handsomely illustrated book lets folders rates etc address any agent of the Southern Railway or CHHUNGERFORD DPA KyGSt Louis Mo W C RINEARSON G P A Q dr C Rout- oClnclnnatlO 5initheimecTYPEWRITERS appeal to your sense and your senses They have the light touch which makes for speed and attractive writing THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER COMPANY Syracuse N Y Branch Stores Everywhere If l3rnnch Office 34 Wewt f ourtli Htteet Clticliiiioti Ohio 1 Ii I n t4 mi PEHT ON SCAFFOLD Garth Tompkins a Negro tHanged at Madisonville Killed James Drame December 24 1902 Because He Was Liv ing With Ills Wife Madisonville Ky March 16 Garth Tompkins colored was ed at 6f oclock this morninghanI in exactly fourteen minutes pronounced dead Tompkins died game Ie was hanged in an enclosure in the rear of the jail It was an nounced several days ago that Tompkins would be hanged in the Circuit Courtroom as citizens objected to I the execution in the lot in the rear of the jail- Tompkins walked from the jail un assisted and climbed the steps to the scaffold and after reaching the toi inspected it and then took his place on the trapthe guards never having to touch him He thanked the attorneys and the people of the town for the kindness shown him in trying to save his life After a short prayer by the Rev II B 1 1 end ricks colored the trap was sprung and his neck was broken Garth Tompkins was a native oi Hopkins county and had all his lift been a terror to those of his race in e this county j His first serious trouble was about six years ago when he shot and wounded a negro boy and was giver a short term in the penitentiary He served his term and came back tc Madisonville and found that his wife had not been true to him and was married to and living with Jas Brame He immediately fillnl upon whiskey and armed himself and went to the home of Brame and shot him and was soon landed in jail to await trial The murder was committed on the evening of December 24 1002 and he was given a trial in the Septem ber term of Hopkins county circuit court 1903 and was sentenced to death His attorneys asked for a new trial in the September term of court 1904 and the sentence was repeated His attorneys then took an appeal and the court of appeals affirmed the decision of the lower court tlfA number of petitions and letters were sent to commute it to a life sentence to the penitentiary Tompkins made a profession of religion and was baptized into the Bap tist church soon after he learned that he must die He declared to the last that he was prepared to meet his God While the contractors were working on the scaffold of exe cution at the rear of the county jail Tompkins was continuously singing religious hymns and paying He said to the last he would rather die than be sent to the penitentiary for life Tompkins motherstood by him to the last She owned property here and spent all of it in the effort to save her boy His brother also dis posed of a house and lot in the at tempt to save his neck I Every inch 6f the ground was con tested by his attorneys from the beginning of the trial to the day of ex ecution much of their work being Af done when they knew they would never receive one cent of their labor I Dont frown look pleasant If you are suffering from indigestion I stomach take Kodol Dyspep atIlantayears friend recommended Kodol It relieved me in one day and I now enjoy batter health than for many years Kodol digests what you cat relieves sour stomach gas on stomach belch ing etc Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro VNine Million Plows at Work I Its flowing timesays an interesting and authoritive article in Farming for march Two hundred million acres of land will be plowed this year in the United States and about 9000000 plows are on the farms tot do the work The capital invested in plows alone represents 80000 I 000 Such a multitude of types of plows and plowers can be found on this continent that we can name but a few In the great Southwest the Mohave with his three or four squaws starts for the planting t ground Each woman carries her i PACTS IN NATURE Not Only Do We Get Inspiration Fror Nature But Health aa Well For pen In who are riiiHlowu and nerv tun who Miller from Indigestion or iiopula licadiiclio lillloiisnos or torpid llr coated Hague with bitter tasto III the morning poor appetite It ho come necessary to turn to xomu tonic or tnmlCthlllIr which will nsslst Naturo mid holt them to on their feet Qnd conditionismtim It Natures most valuable health Itlvlng agents aro to bo found In forest plants nnil roots Nearly forty years anv Dr n now con tho IIIalhlsl- lIollllultl SurgicalInxtitlrie at Ito fTal N Y discovered that Rclcntlllcal and combining certain medic sal principles from native roots tllken from our forustst ho could lined a medlclnn which was manllously- clllclrilt In curing eases of Morel dlsortler and liver slid sumuich trouble ax well liS many other chronic or lingering all rnent1 lids concentrated exuwct of Naturos vitality hn named JoUlen MNI leal Discovery It s the blood hy putting stomach and liver IlIto condition thereby helping tho digestion and assimilation or food feeds the blood Thereby It cures wllIk itomach Indigestion liver or hll loitsiioss rand klrltlf derangement If you have coatiil tongue with hitter nr had taste III till morning fminiiheadaches feel veaketMly tired tltcills or pain In side bark gives out easily ulld aches Ulililiis of gas constipation ur Irregular bmvrls foe Hashes of heat ai tempting with chilly Mcn+ iitliin or kin Inxl dcrnngi inent of ourstomachIlvnrsitu kidney which tlio Golden Discovery will correct mum speedily ixrim study than any other known agent rAm talus no alcohol or hahit anuing drug Ml Its IngredlenU printed In plain Eng llsh on wrapper Tho win motion for yuhstltntlon Is tn permit tho dealer to make a little morn irollt 110 gains you loon Accept tin uh tltlltn forH01dnn Mtxllcal Discovery Constipation causes and aggravate many serious diseases It la thorolllzhly cured Dr Jhrcull Iellet Duo laxative two or tLreu are cutliartl igging stick the most primitive of all plows and the man stands guard all day while tho original farmers of this country dig the land and plant their gourd seeds In Canad but for the interference of the Go rnment we might see the Dou obor women drawing the plow inexactly the same way that they have done for centuries In New England the oxen are being yoked and in tho Middle West the fourhon teams arc ready In the South the egro sit on his plow stilt to watch the train go by In other parts of the country we find traction engines at work plowing forty or more acres a day and squiring but two or three men to do it The plow stands for civilization and all civilized nations plow No wage ever thought of plowing as- we understand it because it involve rethought and a preparation for the future HowsThls We offer One Hundred Dollars award for any case of catarrh tha cannot be cured by Halls Catarr CureF J CIIENEY Co Props Tole OhioWe undersigned have know F J Cheney for the last 15 year and believe him perfectly honorabl in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by the firm Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood- and mucous surfaces of the system Dstimonals sent free Price 75c- per bottle Sold by druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Niagara Falls Already Ruined Niagara Falls are already ruined says the eminent hydrauli igineer Alton D Adams in Technical World Magazine for April Already enough water rights have- been granted by New York Stat and Canada to divert all the orate whioh now falling over both the merican and the Canadian fall makes the great cataract one of the national wonders of the world If- the capitalists and promoters who- now hold franchises were all to establish plants the entire flow of Niagara river would be diverted int underground channels and the mighty cliffs over which the torren now pours in resistless grandeur wQuld be left rugged and bald am dryMr Adams sees small hope in thE reposed treaty between the Unites States and Britian He does not believe that Canada will be a willini party to any treaty which will cutoff the great income it enjoys from leasing Niagara power His plan if to excavate and deepen the channel tiding to the American fall whicl will otherwise run dry long before the Canadian or Horseshoe Falls will- bo at all affected oA ST Ei AD are teelot Kind Yoa halt toys Dctsb Wl1Itllro lat Ut I OFFERS FROM 375 MEN j English Lady Publishes Eigh j Thousand Nine Hundred and SixtyNine Love Letters London England March 12Ano- ld maiden lady from Bnstoc named I Sussane Fordier whose age she admitts is 83 years has just published I all the letters she has receives during her life containing offers of marri age in connection with a recent newspaper contest for an ideal love letterIncidentally the old lady wishes to show that if she has remained single so long it was not because of the lack of opportunity as malignant tongue would have it Her letters just published number 8969 and were written by 375 men Of these one is a general of the army another a coommotlore two arc colonels thirtythree lieutenants 102 orderlies fortysix captains oi merchant vessels four engineers one aeronaut ten chauffeurs four coachmen 191 cooks and servants forty janitors sixteen doctors of medicine eight lawyers and two missionaries in foreigh countries Mothers everywhere praise Om Minute Cough Cure for the suffer ing it has relieved and the lives of their little ones it has saved A certain cure for coughs croup and whooping cough Makes breathing easy cuts outjphlegm and draws out the inflammation It should be kept on hand for immediate use Sold bj Z Wayne Griffin Bro The Boys Cigarette Habit Various devices have been propos ed for inducing boys to leave off the smoking of cigarettes Clubs the members of which are pledged not to smoke them school prizes for those who do not smoke chewing gum warranted to destroy the desire for the cigarette even laws against the making and selling of cigarettes all these have testified to the effect on the part of parents and teachers to reduce the evil effects of smoking when practiced by young boysNone of these devices succeeds so well as it ought to succeed The boys club the school prize and the State law reach a certain number of offenders but the worst cases remain and go on destroying them selves and corrupting others The truth probably is that the old fashioned appeal to the will of the boy himself is the only efficient cure of the cigarette habit He must be told plainly that he is sacrificing i above picture of the DHE nnd fish is the trade of Scotts Emulsion is the synonym for strength anti purity It is sole in almost all the civilized countries of the globe If the cod fish became extinc it would boa worldwide cnlam ity because the oil that come from its liver surpasses all other fats in nourishing and lifegiving I properties Thirty years ago the proprietors of Scotts Emul sion found a way of preparing cod liver oil so that everyone car take it and the full value 01 I the oil without the objectionable I taste Scotts Emulsion is the I best thing in the world for weak backward children thin delicateI people and nil conditions 01 j wasting and lost strength ISnd tor the tanjple SCOTT BOAVNE CniUHSTS4- OU41 I mint BTUEBT NEW maltI aejtndS100 All dragglitl I t q health his brain and his future to his bad habit The facts are clear and forcible enough to convince his reason if he will once listen to them Then must follow the plian bold statement Nobody can help you but yourself It is doubtful if you have even now enough will left to stop smoking If you havent enough today you will have less next week and still less next mont Unless you break off the habit you are in danger of becoming a burden to everybody especially to your friends to yourself most of all If you want to stop smoking the way to do it is to stop smoking Many a boy who would sneer at milder methods will rise in response to this heroic one The brutal truth carries a weight far beyond that of the comfortable halftruths with which we often try to rouse a slew ing conscience All substitutes for conscience and will are doomed to failure The boy who cannot kill off a bad habit must live with it till it kills him Starving to Death Because her stomach was so weakened by useless drugging that she could not eat Mrs H Walters of St Clair St Columbus 0 was lit terly starving todeath She write My stomach was so weak from useless drugs that I could not eat and my nerves so wrecked that I could not sleep and not before I was given up to die was I induced to try Electric Bitters with the wonderful result that improvement began at once and a complete cure followed Best health Tonic on earth 50c Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bros druggist Dont Blink Your Eyes If you find yourself getting into the habit of blinking your eyes rapidly without cause stamp the inclination out at once An authority says that this habit will make your eyesight fail long before it oughtNatural blinking is essential to clear and moisten the eyes and the average number of natural blinks per minutes is about twenty These are necessary and you do them unconsciously But a numerous blinker will get in something like a couple of hundred ina minute in bad cases and the result of this Isabigde velopment of the eyelid muscles and counterirritation that acts on the optic nerve and renders the sight daily more weak and irritable The cure consists in keeping the eyes shut for at least ten minutes ill every hour thus resting them and bathing the lids in warm water h Indigestion is much of a habi Dont get the habit Take a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure after eatir and you will quit belching puffing palpitating and frowning Kodol Digests what you eat and makes thE stomach sweet Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro oAsToaaijaBert theTie Kind You Have Alwirs Bengt SIgnature J Jof No Higher Court A small town in Colorado 1320 feet above the sea level boasts 8 justice of the peace Recently a suit was tried before him that stirre tho community to its center fror the fact that one of the parties imported a lawyer from a distant I I cityThe case dragged itself out to all unprecedented length and the populace had never dreamed that law wa BJ full of objections and exception motions protests expostulations ane the like as that lawyer proved it t beBut there was one thing he coul not prolong and that was the promt crisp decistive Judgment for thl plaintiff as soon as the trial WE fairly over Well sir said the lawyer h tons of superiority we shall hay to take this to higher court You cant do that mister replied the Magistrate And why not pray There aint any higher cour This court is 13200 feet above th level of the sea and its several hundred feet the highest court in th countryIThe best safeguard against head che constipation and liver troubl loWitts Little Early Risers Keel I a vial of these famous little pills ii the house and take a dose at bet I ime when you feel that the stomacl and bowels peed cleaning The lont gritfe Sold by Z Wayn I Srsffin fifBro Jfi F = i i AIW I om uI tltdGl9mOIpPIP11I11 m71PIIt SIR4Vi ulnni I CASTORIA For Infants and Children J ST1R1AThe Kind You Have rnr l ht A1l1cfablePceparationforAsr INF Q SignaturePromotes ofOJnumMorplline ldcfeaaOuJ1wfII2zIrzn2aw r p srt sIllnn 1IrOfwlI AperfeciRemedy forConsUpt J Use rnessFAcSimile or NEW YORKThirty Years CASTORIAu4T COPY M WRAPPER- xlre OSIn10e SOYMMT NEW OCI om OUR CLUBBING RATES TILE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125TH- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 TilE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 TilE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cp3moplitan325 TILE REPUBLICAN and fwicea Week wensboro Inquirer 175 TIrE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 TIlE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 TilE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN A GREAT OFFER IOnaccount of moving into new and larger quarters the Owensboro Business University Will make the fpllowingfgreat reduction in rates on just fifty scholarships for a single scholarship in either department is 45 Combined course of Bookkeeping ann Shorthand 8000 In this effort to reach a great spring enrollment we will make the great sacrifice of 15 on the single course or 25 on the combined course This makes the course in Bookkeeping or Shorthand 3000 The combined course 55 This is certainly the greatest offer ever made by any school at any time Further any one securing the sale of only five of these cash departmentThesebut will call your attention to the fact that only fifty will be partIfbe placed on sale the 10th of this Month Terms cash Address IAMFISHEQUniversity Pres S Kentucky ItV r AMVtIJlnn I T 8 IIrnre ni oadoaro- offcrwtroy I 00 zoos aNY slaw eNSAHIS T e1wn VI ova of NJtryrty IWI t WrJUttt WIIIIIVINO I1UIIno attwdn+ml apddots- lrlmq IdI U IWxI IIVJIp- o J tltgoll ooluLri ZVoUU PIIf Iat l1 tsvl m4 eve uml s uu I yluPvlluuupmod ty- I sn II oZKbU xcj Ic OOBE noflt OIOJ- Joooa GIll 10HS oicaz molt wiotsra- ooogr3ct5LGtuoJi SETJIH Ie It ngnHRM13f55VM4 UISn M o OIU diajONiiNnHMflOA NO 1 Subscribe for TILE HARTFORD REPUBLI OAN 1 00 per year in 1 advance c LL UJIr Low One WeJ Colonist Rater Vice Big Four Route To CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON OREGON IDAHO 1 MONTANA UTAH end intermediate territory Ticket on Lingo Mch I to Mny IS For full information and particu lars as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned WUtUEV J IVVCJl 6 11 A T A- CdiHnnatl Ohio S J UATUK Oexvr1tgentL Kj l r l Hartford Republican liiOed br Ibe llnrtlord rnlillililDg Company 4tIlaomtPnaaaud EcilloCTEx Prcoi=tea Cumc lancS3oQOUCh 31r Q FRIDAY MARCH 23 Examine the label on your paper i if it is not correct notify us THE ground hog acted wiser than he knew GOVERNOR BECKHAM may yet ask for help to let em go UNLESS you can say a good word for your town say nothing WE are always suspicious of a re former until he reforms a while WILL the Hartford Herald please tell us what it thinks of our new Representative district WE have appropriated 1250000 for the new Capitol building and the corner stone is not yet laid WE hope the antiSaloon League will not lie down to sleep any dark night and leave Col Jack Chinn to do guard dutyC- ONDITIONS f are going to be favor able for the Republicans in this Conk gressional district this year With- a a strong candidate we should win I IN our controversy with the Her aid concerning the county indebted ness it seems to have assumed the rpartof the old woman who is bound to have the last word HON JOHN MARSHALL who was elected Lieutenant Governor in 1899 robbed of his office by J C W Beckham would lead the party to victory if nominated for Governor next year TILE recent fire which came so near destroying our college building emphasizes the necessity for a water works system in our town Our bucket brigade always does wellhut sometime it will get too hot for it BLUEGRASS Republicans should beery modest in their claims at the next State Convention Most of them are holding Federal ffices They furnish no members of thee Legislature No county officers and very few votes in State elec tions TilE same conduct by a Republic an Legislature in any Northern State would cause it to go Demo cratic at the next State election Next year we will have an oppor tunity to see if the same spirit of independence and resentment exists in Kentucky IN his letter to Kentucky Repub licans which was read at the har mony banquet recently Mr Yerkes said No one man will dictate the next Republican nomination for Governor Some one must keep him reasonably well posted about Republican sentiment in Kentucky ATTORNEYGENERAL MOODY did something which no AttorneyGen eral had ever done when he appear ed before a jury at Chicago this week to represent the Government the beef trust cases This shows i the administration is in earnest 1Inj its efforts to protect the people unfair advantage j 1ITSsins of omission are almost as bad as those of commission The Legislature refused to make any provision for Kentucky to be rep resented at the great Jamestown Exposition next year If it failed to create any new office which was sug gosted or raise salaries of the pets it was purely an oversight No MUGWUMP will be nominated by the Republicans for President next time It will be only fair to name some one who will have the same sense of discrimination between a Democrat and a Republican when he has an appointment to make that he would have the voter make when he casts his ballot at the election THE possibility of enforcing a law is the very last thing thought of by those who pass it The effective remedy for violations lies in an awakened public sentiment Laws are important and necessary but their very multiplicity hinders en forsement Better a few healthy s l I- Ct4 i laws well enforced than a Statute full which are a dead letter Our officers should be held to a strict account by those who elect them Compel them to put your laws into effect If they are bad public open ion will soon bring about their repeal OHIO COUNTY was not deprived of her Representative to increase the Democratic majority in the House They did not need that It was done because of a promise made by the State machine to the presen Representative from Bullitt and Spencer By this promise he was induced to vote for Paynter for Senator although Spencer was a strong Blackburn county There fore Mr Croan of dog tax fame was relieved of Spencer so that the Blackburn element cannot worr him when he asks for renominatio next year Small piece of business No wonder Groans mind ran afte dogsWE with the Herald in its suggestion that some step should be taken to give the Ohio count wanderers suitable reception here during Kentucky home coming week Hundreds of the very bes people the State ever produced have gone out to other climes from Ohio county Many have already announced that they are coming back to see us Lets make them fee real sorry they ever left An oi time barbecue at the Fair grounds with music and speeches would be about the right thing This wil give them a chance to meet their friends and renew acquaintances of the long ago- WITHOUT disputing any contention heretofore made by this paper or the committee with reference to the county indebtedness the Herald this week calls on us to publish the entire list of claims allowed to whom etc to make up the 24182 46 The Herald knows that is ridic ilous We gave the list by items They stand undisputed If you car prove we are wrong by pub ishing the entire list to whom allowed for what allowed when allowed and when payable wi should think you would be only too glad to publish them it the Herald The records are open to you We are willing for the case to go to the jury asmade out by the evidence submitted IT HAS beeir almost two years since the last knockout was administered- to the Democratic party It is just beginning to sit up and take notice Judge Parker suggests that some Southern man put on the glove next time These were his first words Mr Bryan was given a second trial and we think in justice to Mr Parker he should be given a second nomination In this connection we cannot refrain from reproducing this bright one from the Yellow Jacket In thinking about what is liable to happen at the next Democratic National Convention and wondering who the unfortunate victim will be we are reminded of how Pat popped the question While out walking in the moonlight with his intended he carried her to the family graveyard Jennie he beganall my people are buried here Wouldnt you like to be buried here tool FIRE MARSHAL Among other needless office treated by the Legislature is that of State Fire Marshal which we under stand was created at the suggestion of the fire insurance companies and his salary is to be paid by them Hi Is supposed to investigate all losses of doubtful character and may summon witnesses and inaugurate a ourt of inquiry This is a dangerous departure Its only purpose can be to throw stumbling blocks in the way of collecting fire losses and to do so ir he name and under the authority- of the State The policy holder who suffers a loss may have the payment held up pending an investigation bj a State officer who is under the pay of the very insurance company who tarries the policy Besides whc doubts for one moment that the salary provided for a Fire Marshal will at last be paid by the policy holder Of course the State Fire Marshal is to be made part and parcel of the State machine and will be filled by some good henchman at 2 100 per year appointed by the Insur nee Commissioner That Board of Control Mnvllrlil Monitor lecin Mr Beckham has announced the names of his three commissioners and if he had raked the state with a flnetooth comb he could not have served his purpose better or that the people would have more cans to fear in the place to which he has Mjighed them They are Dr Board Percy Haley and D B Redwine Haley is the present adjutant general and is the man who was accused of supplying the militia at Paducah last year with provision without allowing Covington Bros Leidcrma and other grocers to compete for the business A committee at Frankfort reported a few days sine that they had investigated this charge against Haley and acquitter himbut they had neither Coving ton nor Beiderman before them Dr Board is the man who sent a petition to Senator Owen of the Tenth senatorial district and Representative E H Shellman of Brecken ridge county with more than thre hundred names said to have been forged under his supervision and die rection asking them to support a1 men and measures which are indorse by the administration of Gov Beck hamThe third member of the new board is Judge D B Redwine whos rulings as chairman of the Music Hall convention drove Wat Hardin John young Brown W J Stone and thousands of other good Democrat out of the party and finally resulted in the murder of William Goebel These are the three men chosen b the boss to look after the welfare of the helpless Judge Redwine is by long odds the best man of the lot Money Saved If you wish to save money buy your Groceries from SAUNDERS t CO IN THE FORD BUILDING Of MAIN STREET HARTFORD No1 Granulated Sugar 18 pounds to the dollar The best Soda 4 pounds for 10 cents Canned Goods of all kinds The best Coffee 5 per cent discount for CASH We give tickets with every pur chase Is Come to see us SAUNBERS Co Hartford Ky Program For oven session of the Adclphai Literary Society to be held Friday night March 23 1 MusicOrchestra 2 Welcome Address President 3 Rtcltaton Alii on Barnett 4 ImpromptuLoney Taylor 5 Music Miss Cassie Riley G Impromptu Debate Aff H N Benntt Neg W S Taylor each speaker allowed 5 min for argu ment 7 BiographyRamer Tinsley 9 MusicMiss Pearl Thomas 10 DeclamationOtto Martin 11 Questions and Answers Frank Foreman Fred Anderson Charley Toylor Ike Christian 12 Vocal Solo Sanderfur 13 DeclemationMcDowell Fogle 14 DialogueJohn Bennett Ross Bennett 15 Vocal SoloMiss Hettie Riley 16 PaperGrossie Williams Joseph Bennet Charlie Wilson Lawrence Gary Artnur Kirk Roy Bennett 17 Music Miss Mary Keown 18 Closing AddressJ Ney FosterLAWRENCE GARY j rCensorsR0SC0E MAUAN March 20Miss Rilda Midkiff is- is visiting her uncle Henry Cap of Fordsvijle this week Mr Ellis Roach died at the home of his brother Julian Roach last Friday of consumption His remains were buried at the Sugar Grove burying ground Saturday He leaves a wife and three children besides an aged father and seveal sisters and brother to mourn his loss A musical entertainment was giv en at thehome of Wid Taul Satur day night Those present were Misses Dora Mattye Annie and May Wright Ona Ralph Artie Baughn Emma Wright Eva and Georgia Martin and Messrs Willie and Clar ence Taul Clarence Westerfield Al bert Baughn James Coppage Char lie Midkiff John Wright Rush and Ira Midkiff Ivey Ralph Will Martin iud Henry Wright James Coppage and Wid Taul are very ill of heart trouble Rev F D Baughn filled his regular I appointment at Adaburg Satur j lay and Sunday I Lon Ralph of this place vent to fordsville Monday on businessI Newton Taul Breckenridge coupe 11Heart Yes 100000 times each day Does it send out good or bad blood You bloodI good blood is good bad blood bad health And you know precisely what toI take for bad blood AyersI Sarsaparilla Doctors have endorsed it for 60 years One frwttrnt genre of had bI11I it llnrclth I liter Thu prmletre coiuilpitlon IoUotiuus snlMtancet are then Mm rltl Into the blood Keep the boneli open wllh Ayers br J C A r Co JIIIIAlsnllC601I1ro AUa UAIR CURE I sAoe PECTORAL we havenoearetet We publlih the formulas of all our mtdletnt t H ty visited his cousin Wid Toul Sat usday and Sunday The family of H C Wright have la grippeJno H Wright and Clarence Tnul have hi grippe SMALLUOUS March 2LMessrs P BTaylor Jas C Drake Bert Ross Herman Addington Frank Tichenor and S W Hiiro attended the burial of Mr Charles Robertson of Muhlenburg county March 15IT L Withrow and wife were sum moned to the bedside of their grand mother Mrs Julia Withrow who is dangerously ill at the home of her daughter Mrs Fannie Bullock- B L Taylor is the guest of his parents P B Taylor went to Evansville Saturday to take some hogs and calves to market- J C Hill and wife have another daughter at their home L B Overhulti went to South Carrollton Saturday HARTFORD COLLEGE Fourth Term Began Monday March 19th 1906 Board and tuition are very low Special attention is given to those esifing 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 teachers are now in attend ace and new students are entering cash week L N GRAY In IThpford awl nTHDKTtllc leering here erect Muidir and rtnralOK Rutnntnri 1erliee hntlnc linil ices with tbs Lost will gorem thrmwiree ar cording Krclnht tram nollrllnl 14t e e b1 fi PRNG9 IJr- s f r iI jlcr You are cordially invited to attend gz the opening of our Sprint stock of = Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods e nextfi- t t Saturday March 241 we here just received the largest ij line of Spring Clothing Shoes Hats = Shirts Neckwear Hosiery Dry = GoodsEtc ever brtlvglht to Hartford g which will be in great display next = Saturday = NtiI- P1 i Sam BachrI4 F Hartford Ky E r 1 1tSn I I g pr t M fI Mft Wt n OPENING Visit Long CompanyECONOMY STORE SAT MAR 241906w GoudsSilkslancyBiaids I of White Goods Linens Mulls Organdies Soisotts Embroidered Swisses and many other new patterns and weaves which we havent space to mention just nowfSHoesWe want you to see our line of Peters Shoes and Oxfords Wo will show you many pretty styles in Gun Metal and Undressed Kid also a big line of White Lin en Canvass Slippers in Mens Ladies and Childrens i ClothitlgIOur stock of Clothing will be uptodate We will show you the now cuts and I shades in Gray which is the leading color PwmishingsOur the very newest things the Eastern markets are showing and wo believe that when you have looked through our stock you will agree with us that we are showing the prettiest and cheapest line of Merchandise over shown in Hartford Dont Forget the Date of Opening March 24 Long IX Cos Economy Store Hartford y R VfcWtftfW W JOWl Wt rfJA J h Trip erOIj jpqe 2 0 I I 0 2 I IIFairs IE w Spring Opeflifigx I- It We extend to the Ladies of 4- p Hartford and vicinity a cordial inIaVI tatIon to visit our store o- nSatHrdayfflarch I 2 t 24 II I IXi The occasion being our Annual IrSpring Opening of Millinery Fine is Dress Goods Silks Footwear Etc 2 Special prices will be made in all 9ff iIi our different departments Remember g = the date and place I D The Bargain Givers I- af IF 4 C f J I j4aIa4I4I 44I4IaI4 Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 23 Illinois Contral RallroadTlmo Tablo Narlli noil ml- NoUtilu Hull III llnnnd t40am SolSHIu UJII a in No tMlle1t30I nloldae4pm No 1024n4S 1J1l o1Sldne64SIC- MOTICETfF nnrlllMWAN will lirlnl Irrc ol rnnrBi Mrniorj Nollrm BrpcetKour itiNlnmonnl oe rref lornl the I rate el IB Ier wont rnII in Illlrenrr Arllclri In rxffot nl 1BO word will be cul down to required limit niilrtu I innnry U imtl will nhNulllrlpl Po clry le n word in eYfrlllnne1 Fresh Fish at City Restaurant Hot ChocolateCitv Restaurant I Fresh Oysters and celery at City I Restaurant My My what good eating at City 1 i Restaurant Be sure and attend Fairs Millinery opening Saturday w r My My aint those steak meals fine at City Restaurant Mr W F Sandefur Manda called to see us last Saturday See our now Clothing and Dress Goods at Carson Cos Mr A B Leach Rob Roy was a pleasant caller last Saturday L new Cloths and new A FurnetureAat rsonCo ices and freshost line of Fruits 4 andCandies at City Restaurant 1 Mr John Carter Render was a pleasant caller Monday Miss Katie Thomas has accepted a position with Dr J R Pirtle Mr Sam T Barnett is quite illof grip at his home on Union street Mr V P Morris and son Ceralvo were pleasant callers Wednesday I I Mr W M Fleener Beaver Dam was a pleasant taller Wednesday Mr W T Taylor Manda was a- veryj pleasant caller last Saturday Attend our millinery opening Sat urday March 24 CARSON Co I The Newest in Mens Clothing Neckwear and Shirts are found at Fairs ISpecial price at Fairs Saturday on Curtains See them on disi playTake I your butter and eggs to the City Restaurant and get cash for them j Fairs Souvenirs Saturday will be genuine bargains Call and see them I Be sure and call at our store one day next week BARNES BRO- BeaverI Dam Nominate a school boy in your neighborhood for our Mammoth Cave trip IWe have lots of new clothingthe style at the correct price at Carson Co I For Sewing Machine supplies of all kilns call on or write to Gross Williams at City RestaurantI Come and see our great cooking wonder at our store all next week I See advertisement in this paper BARNES BRO Beaver Dam I Dr II B Innis Render was n pleasant caller yesterday We want your Bacon cured Hams Chickens Eggs and Tar CAKsqN Co City Restaurant simply daziling- at night New light Come and see 4 I We will expect you to attend o rI opening Saturday March 24- CARSON Co See Fairs yard wide and two yardwide Floor Oilcloths and Mat tings Nicest line of Cakes Crackers and Package Goods in Hartford at City Restaurant Fairs cart show you their complete line of Ladies Misses and Mens Spring Shoes- Attractive bargains in Fairs 5c and lOc basement Saturday Dont fail to visit it After delay of only one day on ac count of the college fire school open ed up again Monday Tomato Bouillon Clam Bouillon GrapeKola and Beef Teared hot at City Restaurant Mrs R A Anderson who has boon quite ill of grip for the past few days is improving We will be disappointed if you dont attend our opening Saturday March 24 CARSON Co Of course you want to see the most uptodate Millinery Saturday You will find it at Fairs For Scholarship in the Massey Business college of Louisville call at TUB REPUBLICAN office Mr M W Barnard of the west Hartford neighborhood was a very pleasant caller last Saturday Mr M T Likens who has been ill of sciatic trouble for the past several days is able to be out again You will find the biggest assort ment of Linens ever shown in Hart at Long Cos Economy Store Mr J Hayden Roach who is at tending school here visited at his home at Reynolds last Saturday The Republican 100 a year Lou isville Daily Hearald 400 a year 200 in advance gets both papers We have the most complete stock of dress goods for the season that has ever been shown in Hartford CARSON Co The uptodate Belts and Collars Gloves and Combs are now on display at Long Cos Economy Store Capt John G Keown manager of Sennings Hotel Louisville was the guest of relatives in Hartford the latter part of last week Misses Birdie and Flosme Wood ward left Wednesday to be the guests of friends and relatives at Me Henry and Greenville Ky Buiscuit baked right in three min utes every day next week at our store BARNES BRO- Beaver Dam The latest and newest Dress Goods and Silks for spring are now ready for your inspection at Long Cos Economy Store Special prices on all winter goods Friday and Saturday It wont cost you any thing to look At Long Cos Economy StoreiSee our new Slippers in Patent Gun Metal White Canvass Blue Brown and Gray Undressed Kid at Long Cos Economy StoreIWhy buy a cat in a at our exhibit next week we will show you a Majestic in actual opperation BARNES BRO Beaver Dam Why pay 20c and 25c for Spring Embroderies when you can buy them for lOc per yard at Fairs Saturday from 2 to 4 oclock Be on time FoRSALEA scholarship In the Owensboro Business University also scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College Write us for pricesDrop in and get a cup of coffee and hot biscuits at our store any day next week Will be glad to see you if you intend to buy or not BARNES BRO Beaver Dam After remaining under treatment at a Louisville Infirmary for several weeks Mrs A D Buskill has re turned to the home of her parents Ur and Mrs W H Griffin touch improved i I 1 j7 t d The Adclphians will give an open session tonight Everybody invited Cheese Sausage Pigs Feet Boneless Ham Etc at City Restaurant I Mrs F H Allen Hawesville is- the guest of her daughterMrs John lB Wilson Born to the wife of John Brown of the Concord neighborhood Tues day a fine boy Leave your laundry at Clove Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tf County Clerk W S Tinsley re turned Tuesday from Louaille where he had been to attend to some business affairs Mr Sam Bach returned the first of the week from the eastern mark ets where had been to purchase goods for the spring trade The Ohio county Medical Associa tion met at Court Hall Wednesday The third Wednesday in April WES named for the next meeting Several valuable contribtions for our colums had to be left out this week for want of space Those not out of date will appear next week We are giving free 75Q worth of ware at our store next week See advertisement in this paper for par ticulars BARNES BRO- Beaver Dam Hon and Mrs H P Taylor attended the funeral and burial of Mr Taylors stepgrandmother Mrs Kitty A Taylorat OwensboroTues- day Be on time at Fairs special sale Saturday morning and evening Positively none of these goods sold at this low price except during these hoursAgood deal of tobacco is being delivered at the Equity house here and there yet remains a considerable amount in the country which will be delivered It costs nothing extra to vote for a school boy in our Mammoth Cave popularity contest Every 100 paid on substription entitles you to ten votes for any boy whether he has been nominated or not Mr A W Bennett who was reported quite ill at New Orleans a few days ago has sufficiently recovered to return to the home of his parents Mr and Mrs James C Bennett One who pays subscription to- TUE REPUBLICAN can nominate and- at the same time vote for a schoolboy in our Mammoth Cave popularity contest Full particulars on sixth page Thelma the five year old daughter of J W Burden of Fordsville was painfully burned last Saturday as a result of her clothes hecoming igni ted from fire in the grate- WANTED50000 White Oak ties 6x8 8 feet long Will pay 32 cents Delivered on bank of Rough river at Hartford Ky Will pay 28 cents for same ties delivered 10 to 12 miles above HartfordCARSON Co Mrs J C Thomas and son Master Elijahand Mrs Laura Warriner left last week for a few weeks so journ in the South and East They will visit St Augustine Fla Rich mond Va Washington D C and Pitfield N J At Fairs Saturday from 10 to 15 oclock all Spring Prints 4c per yard from 2 to 4 oclock our new Em broidies from 3 to 10 inches wide at lOc per yard Ten yards of Calico and 5 yards Embroidery to a customer The Majestic Manufacturing Co- of St Louis Mo will have a mar at Barnes Bro s store all next week who will show you how to bake bi cuitsbrown top and bottom in three minutes Dont miss this chance of seeing the great cooking wonder Tne clothing of the nineyearold doughter of Wood Cooper of color Cromwell caught fire Tuesday afternoon and thechild was burned to death in the presence of her parents who being invalids werj unable to render any assistance Last Friday while hauling coal Jesse Casebier fell off the wagon and one of the wheels ran over his ankle causing painful but not serious injuries The wagon had 60 bushels of coal on it and it seems to be almost a Tiyraclethathis ankle was not crushed instead of slighty sprained wfi 4c JIU II ON MARCH 54 1906 We Shall Hold Our I ISPRING 1 OPENING I We want you to come and we hope you will We want to show you our new Spring Suitsour new Woolen Dress Goods Wash Goods White Goods Silks Shoes OxfordsHats and Mil li ISpecialticles for this day only Dont disappoint us but come Everybody invited Respectfully Carson Co r INCORPORATED iJ- I 1 Hartford Ky 4 rr9 BBEa 8 RANDALL T COLLINS Z WAYNE GRIFFIN When in Louisville STOP A- TSernriirigs EUROPEAN HOTEL a The Home for Ohio County People jj Elegant Clean Rooms and Polite Attention S W Corner Second and Jefferson Streets S3 COLLINS GRIFFIN Props Q 1 a EffJ Mr J K Freeman Jr promi nent attorney of Central City was pleasant caller last Friday Senator Alvis S Bennett was the BennettsBeda the first of the week The Local Knights of Pythias will give a supper to the members and a few invited guests next Tuesday night Miss Olive Carson will leave the last of the week for Centertown where she will have charge of J B Maddoxs millinery during thi season Messrs Chester Keown J M Do Weese E G Barrass E M Wood ward and Sheriff R B Martin left yesterday for Louisville to- i at tend the National Bowling Con gress 1 zr 1 Articles have been executed and filed in the County Clerks office in corporating a company known as Equity Tobacco Warehouse Company whose purpose it is t6 build and operate a tobacco factory at Narrows Messrs J B Renfrow E G Kirby John M Graham A R Renfrow J J Smith James Gentry and J F Coppage are the incorporators Judge J F Carson who has been identified with Hartfords Commercial Club for several years has been requested by the promoters of Ken tosbe held at Louisville June 13 to 17 to collect u variety of fam relics for exhibitions during IilY period He has been author ized to say that everything will be returned to the owners in good condition and without any cost whatever 1 J1 EARLY GOTHAM AMENITIES Story of Dutch Neighbors Who Never Spoke as They Passed and the Reason Thereof Long after the Dutch had taken Holland and years subsequent to the war in which they were saiito bare utilized Edam cheeses for cannon balls say some time in the seventeenth century two Vans left the old Amsterdam and came to Sicu Amsterdam on two Dutch ships with their families und settled for good and all in two i adjoinnghousesin the old Bridge strasse which is Bridge street still despite the march of improve itInent Oue was Van Cortlandt a blacksmith and the other Van Velsor a dealer in goose feathers and beds and pillows To say they were conventional would have been to malign the honest hospitable Dutch but the fact remained that although these two had lived neighbors 10 years they never even nodded to each other and gave every sign of a fierce desire to avoid meeting or brushing up an acquaintance In those days the blacksmith had no occasion to visit a feather foun dry and as Van Velsor had not found it profitable to put iron 111 pillowsnever struck up any business rela 1bons together As all Dutch houses in those days were built I alike in many respects without what we now call basements and with stoops raised only an 1 inch or two above the sidewalk p each stoop having a wooden rail c I nllangedbenchwise cent neighbors could not resist theitii t seateaehAfter 1C years of silence beU eveningIvan warm s ing up to the subject of acquaint ante with his neighbor Just what were the feelings of Van v Cortlandt upon the subject he did not know but he smoked twot pipes while considering and after lighting the third and settling himself down to business glanced furtively at his neighbor who al t though not returning the glance seemed to be pliant to it and the h fathery Van very much to his asI saylug r Vot you dinks bout de vcd der c Not ft muscle of the blacksmiths tfacemoved and the feather foun hifpulling vigorously at his pipe but shrank within him self in utter astonishment and v stooptookreply ii- I dunno Vot you dinks a Slnguinstwas in a peculiarly mellow state of mind propitiated by an extra n t glass of schnapps which gave him a courage to meet the occasion and a at heart he felt it quite the ripe tl time to break the silence He np tl predated he must be conservative and conciliatory for it would ZdifTelfaintly muttered HI links noddings t Fhis01ThisSOlS and the Yan Cortlandts neer i spoke as they passed by and al ti ways met as strangersaOne Mans Theory t Peckem Marriage undoubted ell ly destroys the imagination ti- SingletonVhatatheexplaua s t thouWhile j still single a young man d i imagines he would be better satis t tied if he had a wife but after mar tl ringe he knows better Chicago o heCA lA el Sean theihoKind Yen to Always ougtn ture cltCost of Wrecks n When an English vessel wrecked a an immense amount of red tape h must be gone through before the lit j cal is finally need It depends a t1 pit Ij cur on tV nature ti of tip wreck but j4I Ilins torargu iw wilts sake tbV a vessel carrying a n valtabli1 oitrjjo 1m been wrecked by U hing cast 11 hno liven W- Ill r i hl done Ti L or rujjo ofld tiI ttlrt the vessel the Captain or a subordi nate to make his way to the Receiver of Wrecks and lodge a report of what has happenedin short make a depositionThis give full particulars in eluding the name of the vessel its number and tonnage name and ad dress of owners age rig and buildof the ship description of the cargo number of the crew who the shippers and the consignees are if any passengers how many and whether the wives and children of any of the evil spirit There was a famous instance some years ago on the South Florida rail way A looomotivo killed so many people that she gained the name of The Hearse and no fewer than three engine drivers actually left the employ of the company rather than continue driving her The odd thing was that she never seemed to injure herself Eventually her owners were forced to break her up although she was by no means worn outOf actual ghosts in trains or rail way engines one very seldom hears Fears of Famous Mem All great people have their follies which is another way of saying that illl have their weak points Dr Johnson with all his philosophy was not without superstition He was very careful not to enter a room vith his left foot foremost He was erribly afraid of death too and vould not suffer it to be mentioned n his presence Julius Caesar to whom the shouts f thousands of the enemy were but sweet music was mortally afraid of the sound of thunder and always vanted to get underground to escape he dreadful noise Marshal Saxe who loved to look the ranks of opposing armies led and schremed in terror at the ight of a cat Peter the great could scarcely be persuaded to cross a bridge and whenever he placed his foot on one ie would cry out with fear Like he great man he was he tried to overcome his weakness but he was never able to do so And Byron would never help anyone to salt at he table nor would he be helped imself and if any salt were spilled e would immediately get up and save Pleasant Job Oh George Im so glad youve ome exclaimed the sweet girl Father is so excited and disturbed Do go in and calm him Very well replied Mr Lovett whats the matter with shi- mWhyerI just told him you ranted to marry me One would think the Laxative idea 11 a cough syrup should have been dvanced long before it was ItI Gems the only rational remedy for oughs and Colds would be to move he bowels and cleanse the mucous I icmbranes of the throat and lungs t the same time Kendedys Laxa tive Honey and tar does this It is he Original Laxative Cough Syrup he best known remedy for Coughs I Colds Croup Whooping Coughetc Tastes good and is harmless Sold by Wayny Griffin Bro Superstitions About Engines You never see a ship launched on a riday and similarly a new loeomo ve hardly ever makes a trial trip that day or on the thirteenthof be month Even though the superi itcndcnt may jeer at this supersti on yet he knows too well to set it t naught for just as sailors consider hat some shipments are unlucky so lmo11vesission It is certainly very strange the ifference that may be observed be Aeen two locomotives built from ie same plans at the same timer I similar material One goes er way quietly and soomthly onI breaks down costs little or for repairs the other ouble from the very first causesI ic line kills the drivers gets intoI cidents of all kinds and cts as though possessed by someI as felt ones way to its center andc ands looking down at the torrent virling a hundred feet below is I say tv JpaI strange one T as glad enough to creel across nencumbered to haw had to lug 10 huavy loads our coolies carried ouM have been R handicap which hound as gracefully an possible have tlclinadr Thousands of Acres For Sale ai reasonable pride Rich Agricultural j and Mineral Lands along tho line of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct lino via I ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping lid free recJnlpe chair ears HomeseeKers Excursions first and third Tuesdays of end month Descriptive literature maps pamphlets olden etc on anlcatwnICH TOWHSEKB R TG MATTHEWS bgI P arans alt hfwey pIIZt IaT LOIIII trprmtt + I t t Firstclass typewriter I paper for sale at this office cheap I FcrsCATARRH lD In all Ito stales thereZ r0robGp should be clMullneii Elys Cream Balm d Jo ekanelaeootheesodhrolethe y- E1lBn1It carat cttarrh snit dtlrci away a cold la the head n quickly Cream Balm is placed Into the nottrlli tpteadi orcr tho membrane and Ie absorbed Relltf l Im mediate and a cure follow It Ie not drrIDIdf1 not produce sneezing Large Size 60 centI at Drug cit or by mill j Trial Size 10 cents by mall ELV UltOTIIERS CO Warren Street New Voi PDEDSrOEl Rn ypros owes the aboreroenlte In 30 days It sell powerfullyandeulckly Curee when all other falL OUD meD will regain their loot manhood IDd 0102 uainganvlvoicif LoU Vitality Impotency Mghtly xm1aIo- nfostlotrerFalllag Memory Wntln DIMUCIUIJ ill effect of eeUabuie or exeetf and Indlteretlon nail one for study builnrtt or mirlage It lOt only cures by starting at tho teat of dlieaie but bringIngstoTiee the Ore ot youth It ward off lounltj sad Conimnptlon Isaitt on bavin nEVlVOno other It can bo carried la teat rocket By mall HMO per paekl8 or eli for SOO with ratgadhelOYAL MEDICINE CO cKuoTu For sale in Hartford Ky by J I Williams druggist u FREE TRIP TOIMAMMOTH CAVE Offered By The Republican to School Boys of Ohio County Our Readers Will Name the Most Popular Boy in Each MagI isterial District How many persons in Ohio county have seen the Mammoth Cave Situated less than 100 miles from us it is visited every year by people from every land as one of the seven wonders of the world Doubtless many of our readers have been embarrassed when in other Statesthey were aked to describe the wonderful Kentucky Cave and were compelled to admit to the utter astonishment of the questioner that they have never seen it To contribute somewhat toward this necessary part of the boys education the management of this papert has decided to inaugurate a pilgrimage to the cave for the first 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 J trip free of charge accompanied by one of the editors t OUR PLANIEvery school boy in Ohio county who was not less than 12 nor mere 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 I 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 Tilt REPUBLICAN of 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 late will be published each week No employe or member of the family of my one connected with this paper will be elligible as a candidate PerJ sons sending votes by mail will please cut out and use the following ballot e THE nXSTRtCTS f The seven Districts are made up of territory as CollowsfDISTRICT No IEast and West Hartford East and West Beaver f Dam and Prentis voting precincts f DISTRICT No 2Cromwell Select Arnold Rosine and Horse f Branch voting precincts f DISTRICT No 3Sulphur Springs Narrows Olaton and Magan vot f ing precincts DISTRICT No 9East antI West Fordsville Etnaville Shreve Ralph and Herbert voting precincts + DISTRICT No 5Beda Heflin Buford and Bartletts voting precincts DISTRICT No C Centertown Ceralvo Smallhous and Point Pleasant j voting precincts DISTRICT No 7North and South Rockport Mcllenry Render and i Ol Springs voting precincts 4 TRIP TO MAMMOTH CAVE I cast this ballot of votes For h who lIe In littwnn 12 and 20 yaii f District No Precinct Signed Address state County CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Beit Cough Syrup Titles Good Use In time Sold by drugeliu CONSUMP u d RNNOUNCEMENTS- ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R The Illinois Central maintain Double Daily Service opeaates th best of traiiuV with Dining Cars Chair Cars fiufTctLibrary Cars ami Sleeping Cars from Chicago St Louis Cincinnati and Lnuisvilli South to New Orleans The bes road for reaching the Tourist resort of the South including New Orleans Vicksburg Gulfport Miss Hammond La Mardi Grass at New Orleans Feb 27 11WG Gulfport is a Mexico Gull Cost resort having the new tint Great Southern Hotel Regulai ocean steamship sailings from New Orleans for Mexico Central America Panama West Indies and Europe Send or call for descriptive mattel in regard to the above Havana via New Orleans Havana Cuba is best reached viz the Illinois Central through ervic New Orleans and the ocean liner twinscrew nineteenknot S S Prince Arthur leaving New Orleans every Wednet lay at 100 p m and arriving at Havana at Sunrise Fridry morning Hot Springs Ark Florida Daily Sleeping Cars without change Chicago to Hot Springs with connections at Memphis fron Cincinnati and Louisville Through Dixie Flyer Sleeping Car Line St Louis to Jacksonville da Nashville Chattanooga and At anta Mexico California Special tours of Mexico and Call fornia via the Illinois Central ant New Orleans under the nuspicies o Raymond Whitcomb will leavt Chicago Friday Feb 23rd for Mcxi to and California the last to includ I stopover at New Orleans for tht Mari Gras Entire trips made it special private vestibule trains ol Inest Pullman with dining car service Facinating trips complete ir every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excursion 0 California Excursion can hrough to Los Angeles and Srnfran Cisco as follows Via New Orleans and the southern route every Fridaj from Chicago every Tuesday fron Cincinnati and Louisville via Omaht md the Scenic Route every Wednes lay from Chicago Pull particulars concerning all ol the above can be had agents of thi Illinois Central and connecting line of by addressing the either of tin indersignedos D P A Cincinnati F W liARijqw D P A Louisville r No A SCOTT D P A Memphis e BIG FOUR 5 JNew York Central Lines f JIndianapolis 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the imrtlrv nl rw In southIdI rd xr AtrnrUnl Till nail Illlsntlon at IeI1itllll UlXrW H AANIICIISOV I KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS I KingsNew CONSUMPTION Price 100ISurc t and Quickest Curs for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY DACK PATENTS tP- ROCUED AND DErENDEDlIoDdmncl1 nnKnrWulu ereeprrtearc 11eelfrearepeK ucoP1r11tekJ alnfil Jirrtt tt UA aiknglm mii lien many anJrjli fAr f ztlnltyWrIOU Htath Itmt epp V 1U4 IUUt rata OflM WASHINQTON D C GASNUWI ROUGH RIVcR- IELEPH0NE I I COMPANY IINYIIThe Rongh River Telephone Co operatedbyreasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is constantly being ex tended are as follows for 5 minutes invrsation l miVO rt7 30 iilc locts 15 milos lo cts itc W A CHANDLER Gen Mrr KyJ l bta cr DRIII Kya t n Do You KnowJoe and hla National Magazine THERE will be doings In Washington this winter and I want to you about them For five years I have been in elbow touch with prominent men in public affairs and take a keen interest in writing all about them Now permit me to send you twelve letters this year Snap Shots pen pictures of public men The National has 120 pages of bright stories and illustrated articles from others who write authoritatively things of today and tomorrow Do you know The National Maaazinc tells 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 youknewhow 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 List stories that breathe the spirit of today The Home Departments Little Yelps are rapid ly becoming famous for their boiled down commonsense usefulness to housekeepers Charles Warren Stoddard in Literary Affairs Dallas Lore Sharpe 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The silk should be of two colors in order to look effective a pretty combina tion being salmon pink and deep greenThe wadding is placed inside the silkwhich has previously been made into a sort of slip cover and now has the open end joined up Sew right through the wadding with very neat running stitches to make a bO- lder about two inches wide and then do a series of runnings across the quiltalways through the wadding at intervals of about an inch One corner can be beautified by an initial or spray of flowers These quilts made at home are quite inexpensive and undeniably comfortable They can be honestly recommended to these who like their beds to look nice in the daytime and to be warm at nightH- onestones of Belgium Certain districts of Belgium have the unique distinction of possessing tie hone mines or quarries of crystalline slate or coticula The quality of the hone is much appreciated by the cutlery manafactures of Eng land These mines or quarries have been worked for centuries and are at present exporting the product to READ THIS Louisville Ky Oct 1 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sirl suffered four years with kidney and rheumatic trouble At times I could not raise my arms up and pains in my ankles were so severe I could hardly walk Your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery has cured me and I take great pleasure in recommending it to any one simi lary afflicted Yours truly JOHN SNYDER 1815 16th St A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sion weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer- P O box 629 office 2531 Olive- S J eet St Louis Mo iGreatest Subscription i Proposition Ever Offered a a Louisville Daily Herald 8400 per year IHartford Republican 100 Regular price of both papers 500 4Clubbing price 200 I This proposition is III limited time only prcscntl J Subscribers can take idvmtx 3 of this offer as sane as new 43 ones All you have to do jo pltur subscription to 3t THE REPUBLICAN torIt v 1 iT and 81 00 in addition 6S and get the splemlit ix npty the Daily Herald J c for one year aap Adc1ressall orders toI THIS REPUBLICAN 4- R t a a a a8 L L 1a t I all counties of the World This C yI Btalline slate is very rich in garnet I and possesses characteristics similar I to the adjacent phyllads and is com posed of a paste formed of about ondthird of a variety of hydrated I mica resembling the damonrite The strength and thickness of a stone usually determines its value If the stone contains the white substance I for more than one hone it is cut into small layers and one or two are at tached to a stone produced from other quarries This attachment is made by using a paste composed of wax and black rosin Prolixity of Lawyers- A number of men at the New York clubwere discussing the ques tion of style when professional men have occasion to express themselves in writing whereupon one of the group a lawyer remarked From the standpoint of clernqjj andexplicitness of diction I can safely say that we lawyers are un excelled For instance if my friend the doctor here was to give anyone an orange he would no doubt simply say I give you the orange hut should the transaction be intrusted to one of our legal lights to put in writing he would adopt something like this form I hereby give grant andconvey to you all my interest right title and advantage of and in saidorange together with its rind skin juice pulp and pips and all rights and ad vantages therein with full privilege to bite suck or otherwise eat the same or give away with or without the rind skin juice pulp or pips anything hereinbefore or in any other deed or deeds inastruments of any nature or kind whatsoever to the contrary in any wise not withstanding Tho Breath Of Life Its a significant fact that the strongest animal of its size the goril la also has the largest lungs Pow erful lungs means powerful creat ures How to keep the breathing organs tight should be mans chief est study Like thousands of others Mrs Ora A Stevens of Port Will iams 0 has learned how to do this She writes Throe bottles of Dr King a New Discovery stopped my cough of two years and cured me of what my friends thought consump toin 0 its grand for throat trou bles Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist Price 50c and 100 Trial botttle free Recipe For a Happy life The Boston Budget Beacon gives the following Recipe for a Happy Life as the composition of Marga ret of Navarre in 1500 Three ounces are necessary first ofpatienceThen repose and peace of con science a pound is needful Of pastime of all sorts too should be gathered as much as the hand can hold Of pleasant memory and of hope three good drachms There must be at least but they should moistened be With a liquor made from true pleasures which rejoice the heart Then of loves magic drops a fewBut use them sparingly for they may bring a flame Which naught but tears can drown Grind the whole and mix therewith of merriment an ouhce To liven it all this may not bring happinessExcept in your orisons you lift your voice To Him who holds the gift of health Fathers Forgotten Classics William had just returned from college to spend his spring vacation One of the things most noticed by the young man was Fanny the daughter of Si Perkins a near neighbor who had during his ab sence changed from a tomboyish school girl into very beautiful young W9inan It seems his father had al so noticed the change and remark ed to his son son William had you noticed how old Si Perkins daughter Fanny has shot ups Seems to me shes gettin to be a jolly handsome your crit ter She certainly is father said William enthusiastically Fanny is as beautiful as Hebe Wheres your ayes boy object ed the father Shes a durn sight purtier than he bet Old Si is as homely as Bill Jones bull pup Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN- s J STRONG Again It what Mrs Lucy StovallofTiItonGa said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia LCur Hundreds Q of otherwiak women are being re- storedI to perfect health by this remedy YOU maybe well if you will take ItIndigestloncausei nearly all the sick nee 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 organ to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that maybe eaten It nourishes tho body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchingheartburn and all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat D lltr leaUilH- tlBI rratN et tke Le ai aaeh u the rMrytaODwnt trial r 1C wet else a 0Oklas eeA Hold by Z WAYNE miV IN Henry WattersonsPaper The Weekly CourieiJournal AND THE HARTfORD REPUBLICAN BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people in the United States have not heard of the CourierJourn at 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 THE HART FORD REPUBLICAN both one year for the price named aboveonly 150 The regular price would be 52 Send your subscription for the combination to usnot to the Cou rierJournal BEST FOR THE- BOWELS thbowetseverydayloarelaorwilibe bowels open and be well Force hap Tlolent or pill poUon It dauerou The keeplegtheCANDY OAjARTIOJ Jumbeland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Co Incororpoted 1 heres nothing the mutter with my business I have the Cumberland Telephone In my residence and place of business My business ban Increased and my wlfes voice Is nev er hfHrd to ernmhle about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition II E PATE Wlgr WImtD JE1TII Otilo County Circuit Court TF Ulrkhad Judge Den D 1II0 Attorney Oacnr Mldkltt Jailer Ed 0 llarmM Clerk Frank L Fells Slater Coin tnl lonrrY Ij Monele Truitee Jury Fund It II Martin Sheriff Hnrtford Deputy SheriffS A llratcher L I Crowder E II Matron Jo II Itoberte tWConrtconrenetflrat Mon day In Starch and August and continue three weekftand third Monday In May and Kormher two wee- kCouatyCourtw II Taylor Judge nN Tln leyCIerkn Woodward Attorney Hart foul WCoart convenes lint Monday In each month MondayInCourt of Clalmi Convenes lint Monday In Jan nary Tuesday alter second Monday In October Other Officers N Moxley Surveyor Shrsre 8 W Leach AiutMsorIlob ItoyJame DeWeett School Superintendent Hartford Jerome Allen CoronerJID o a uttcs CourtsN tinrraM Dearer Dam March 14 June 23 September 24 December 21 WI Mlllerllome Brunch March 28 June IS September 25 December 20 W S Mean Dundee Mnrch 27 Juno 3J Sep tember 20 December 27 W n Edge Fordsvlllo March 23 June 2 September 27 Decent ber 28 118 Chamberlain Ileda March 21 Jane 28 September 29 December 29 Herbert Render CentortownMarch 30 Jape lI September 20 December 30 September ZI rtford 3ellc Court R R Wedding Judge J M Glenn City At torney Seth Moseley Marshal Court con venea second Monday In each month nUC1ou LrSYea II E Church SouthSerrtcea third Sunday each month at 11 am and 7 p m and econ 8nndayat7pm Prayer meeangeveywdne iday evening Her J A Iewl 1aator- Baptlat Church Service held Saturday nigh before eecond Sunday Sunday and Bnnday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Rev A B Qardner palrIC I Bret Sunday In each month at 11 a m aDd 7 pm IIITI D liar ned paator School Trustees Hartford C M Crowe J S Glenn Dudley Ford IJ E Thomas Dr E D Iendleton Cltj CouncllJ U Wllllamt Mayor C1l Crow Clerk IL E L Slmmerman Dr E B Pendleton A D White Wm Fair Will Bean Dr J W Taylor SertOoeltl i A O U W m eta tint and third Friday ulptbta In each month Hartford Lodge No 078 FR A Uaioni flra Monday night la each month Hartford Tent No 19 Knights of the Mace beef every Thursday t- Rough IllTerLodReKo110 Knight of PythU meet erery Tuesday night Preaton Morton tot No 4 OA B hold regular meeting SaturdaybeforeflritSundayIn eark monthSouthern Raiway Shortest and Fastest Lines 1RO J Lexington ani Louisville TO 81 lijm lln ma WestT- wo trains daily as follows Leave Lexington 610 a m Lou isville 900 am arrive at St Louis 612 p m Carrying vestibuled coaches and CafeObservation Par lor Car Meals a la cartethrough without range Leave Lexington 530 p m Louisville 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 East Main St Lexington Ky 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky or Union Depots THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner rt Promptly obtained or no fee write fur our COI ogPor uth1worbmOne1a We onda t AY- and help inventors to incccu Send model photo or sVctch and wo send IMMEDIATB fREE REPOKT ON PAT Reglefermi01 It 605507 7th St WASHINGTON D CF i i iPI Does your baking powder contain alum Look upon the label Use only a powder whose label shows it to be t made with cream of tartar t NOTE Safety lies in buying the Royal Baking Powder I which is the best cream of tartar baking powder that can be had Hartford Republican t FRIDAY MARCH 23 p THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBrief Items Twelve and possibly fourteen lives were lost in the Shenandoah snowl slide It is also reported that five y mills had been wrcked by slides but the names of the companies owning i the mills are not given andt South show that the rain and snow which have been traveling from the West have seriously impeded traffic and in some sections are causing in cipient flood In Indianapolis a car barn roof collapsed from the weight of snow killing one man and injur ing several Have you fire insur ance policy issued by New York or Philadelphia Underwriters Bar net Smith Soliciting Agents Hartford Ky CAST rti8Deus thelbsMud YM Haw Mays Zm 8r Where water Is used this malleable Iron pinextension water front which has morn heating surface than any tho leaver shown parts of the house takes the rf place rsscrvclr Q izr I i CENTERTOWN March 20Miss Berta Drake who has been visiting her father Rev L P Drake of this place has returned to her in Island j General Hoover Buford was here j this week looking after some land and timber interest Dr G F Chapman and M Fj Tichenor have returned from Arkan sns where they have beep prospect ing for timberIJ A St Clair is at home again He has been in the State of Missis sippi securing land and timberI 11 James Matanzashas movedII into the S R James North Church St JH Kirkendoll has moved to the I V G Morton farm north of Rough river Miss Erma Tichenor made two weeks visit to relatives and friends in OwensboroMiss Tichenor left last week to attend to attend school in Paducah L E Reneer has moved into the Allen property on Main St W L Dockery has begun a dwell ing on Bank St Mr Forest Beck Rosine and Miss Flora St Clair were united in marriage at the residence ef the bride J A St Clair last Sunday morning at 936 oclock Rev Beck of Rosine performing the ceremony J W Stogner has sufficiently re covered from his recent attack of pneumonia to be out again J B Maddox one of our hustling merchants has returned from his eastern trip where he has been to i make alarpe purchase of new goods for spring trade Miss Qlive Car son a well known and popular mil + r + + I 1 t f JfIDJ r 3 f i1 EtM ln Js Il EJi w I I = ct= II ol 1r I S liner will have charge of the millin ery department for Maddox Some of our people that wen away on business trips and to see relatives are with us again A E Pate Hartford came down last week and bought our city telephone franchise We have an A Sof E local our town J S Dexter president PLEASANT GROVE March 17Mr J R Mefford and wife were in Russellville last weel visiting Mrs Willie Taylor Miss Myrtle Bradley has gone to Illinois to work in an exchange We wish her much success Mrs H C Baker and Miss On Mefford visited Mrs Sarah Baker of Paradise Wednesday- Mr Rusaw MefTord was the guest of his Brother Mr J R Mefford TuesdayMr W Cox has been quite sick for the past week but Is improvin fastMrs Sarah Baker who has been at an Evansville hospital returnee last week very much improv ing in health Miss Conny Bradley was the guest of Ora Mefford Monday afternoon Little Week of Rachcster was the guest of her grand parrents Mr and Mrs C M Bradley last weekLittle Delbert Martins health is improving very fast Miss Hazel Wester of Huntsville has been visiting in the Grove this weekMrs Mila Baker was the guest o Mrs Mollie Mefford Tuesday after noon Kodol Cure Digests what you eat Cox is very Mrs Henry Dever is on the sick list Mira Rena Vance is very low with i of Horton was the guest of his father H C Dever TuesdayMiss Vance is at the bedsidt of her sister Mrs Iva Cox Wayne Murphy went to Davies county Monday Wayne Dever is on the sick list Claud Renfrew of Dundeehas t very bad case of smallpox Born to the wife of Mr Tom Cog hill a fine baby girl on the 12 oi MarchMr Ab Murphy who got his foo- cut several weeks ago is able to bout again i Do the right thing if you have Na sal Catarrh Get Elys Cream Balir at once Dont touch the catarrh powders and snuff for they contain cocaine Elys Cream Balm release the secretions that inflames till nasa passages and the throat whereas common remedies made with mercury merely drives them oul and leaves you no better than you were In a word Elys Cream Balm is a real cure not a delusion Al druggist 50c or mailep by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York REYNOLDS i March 19Miss Elite Farmer is on the sick list Ella the little daughter of Mr and Mrs E M Royal died Saturday and was buried Sunday at the Friendship graveyard Funeral services I were conducted by Eld R J Bran don The bereaved parents have thc sympathy of the entire community Two more of the children of M rand Mrs E DL Royal are very sick Mrs Lucy Reed is on the sick list Notice Delegates selected by Ohio county local unions A S of E to attend a meeting of delegates from other counties at Owensboro April 5th I for the purpose of considering the district warehouse proposition are i requested to meet at Pierce Bells hotel at 9 oclock a m on that day lBAItNETTS CREEK wifeevisited Mrs W RCarson C K Carson and wife went to Hartford Tuesday I Clyner Hicks Hartford was in our I vicinity Friday Lash Brooks is on the sickI1Irs s list i I Mrs Fidelia Stewart Clear RunI l spent Sunday with Mrs Sis Whit takerFoster I Ralph Bells Run was in lour vicinity Tnosday Money Next Week- It was announced that the money for the farmers who pooled their tobacco at Owensboro last year woul I be ready for distribution Wednesdays but the finance committee was very greatly disappointed in not being able to get the work done It will probably be ready in tho early part 1 of next week but thecommettcehas not set a definite date I I tJct1 i nene31Ee n nn n e n r J k e + + e tctkTf nntr S Jc MI f I MAJESTiC BAKING I I DEMONSTRATIONI 2ONE WEEK MARCH 26 31 I I = M =ffJ = n rHi pressure wpprtoabundancefrom wJfji IY home BurI a fic ii home Alma f Dyspepsia JINGOI I consumptionWillie j concernI learlandAdallooverspenth n TO It l 7 We heartily invite our friends to call any day during the above mentioned week and we will demonstrate the superior qualities of the NeW Majestic Mallable and Charcoal Iron Ranges 4The MAJESTIC MALLEABLE and steel range as formerly turned out by the 5 Majestic people has been considered throughout the entire country parexcellence 4and far ahead of any other range made But with the NEW CHARCOAL IRON BODY in place of Steel makink it double its value and the fact that it is the only range in existence made of Malleable and Charcoal Iron you can readily see that if quality is considered the Majestic leads by a big margin WE WANT YOU TO ICALL at our store dnring this week and let us explain this new feature CHARCOAL IRON BODIES let us explain why it is the best material for range bodies and incidental ly why it is not used on other ranges We want you to call if you intend to buy or 4not as the information gained will serve you in the future Hot Coffee and Biscuits FREECome any day during this week and have buttered hot biscuits and ht coffee 4Biscuits 4EandsonneWith every range sold during this Demonstration we will give absolutely FREE 4one set of Majestic ware worth every cent of 750 This ware will be on exhibi 4 i 4itand it is cheap at that Y d rl 1fl l fty I- ftI I PmIAR ES BROIKY I- c ft4Crq4oStriLvL16st JiiJfd tit ba s- ii V H n