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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 t artfDrb Ittpttblicttu Fine Job Work a Specialty IP IT IS NEW YOU WILL FINDIT IN Till REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH 30 1906 No 37 MISS FORDS BODY FOUND Tpok Arsenic Before V Into Chilly Waters Hundreds of Hartford Citizens Testify to tier Integrity and Beautiful Christian Life Thebody of Miss 1rudie Kurd the beautifulschool girl who took ar senic then threw herself into Hough creek after writing u letter to her Aweetheart and parents on the after noon of Wednesday March 21 was recovered last Saturday morning at 11 oclock after nn almost continu ous search extending over two days and nights The body was found by Conner Ford a member of the searching patty about 200 yards below where she hud gone into the river the cu carried it there Inlet e direly after the finding the body was earned to Thomas undertaker- estubltshmentwhere s an inquest was held by Coroner Allen The evi dence heard by the Coroners jury showed that the deceased had on the morning of her death purchased 120 grains of arsenic which it is supposed she took before plunging into th water The jurys verdict was that she came to her death by drowning After the inquest the body was prepared for interment by the goo ladles of Hart four and at 1 oclock p in the remains were viewed by relatives friends and citizens In the mean time at I oclock p in a mass meeting of citizens was held at the Court House at which Prof Gray her teacher and others spoke In the highest terms of the integrity and Womanly character of the decem ed girl The meeting was attended by 300 or more men and women and a sufficient amount of money to ityft the unfortunate girls funeral expenses and purchase a beautiful wreath of flowers was raised by public contribution Resolutions testifying to Miss Fords high character and beautiful Christian life were adopted The resolutions are as follows Resolved by the citizens of Hart ford in mass meeting assembled that we arc shocked beyond express ion by the terrible calamity which has befallen our town and school in the tragic death of Miss Prudic Ford Resolved that we extend to the bereaved family our heartfelt sym pathy in this their hour of sad bereavement and that we testify to her high character and beautiful Christian life since she has been among us as a cititizen Resolved further that we as cit izens of the town of Hartford be lievo in her integrity purity of character and lofty spirit as exemplified byJjer daily associations in this comm hity Resolved that a copy of these res olutions be furnished to the fami of the deceased and each of the coun ty papersIMRS S J WEDDING Mils S K Cox F L FELIX Com H P TAYLOR C 11 BAUNETT J Early Sunday morning accompanied by a concourse of relatives and friends including many citizens of Hartford and College students the body was borne to its last resting place at Cane Run church where after impressive funeral service- conducted by Rev T J Ratcliff i was interred in the presence of large circle of relatives and friends LETTER TO PARENTS In addition to the letter left on creek bank to her sweetheart whit wo reproduced last week Miss Ford left the following letter addressed- to her parents My DEAR DEAR PARENTS Today as I was returning from school Mr DeWeese Mr Woodward and Mrs Midkiff called mo to the court house and told me that Mrs Collins was accusing me of stealing property and money amounting tq prosecutermc UYn G tSi have a false charge brought against me I am innocent and God being my Judge I have resolved to end qirgI been true to my God I die with this sentiment ringing from my lips God is merciful and JUIlt When I this reaches you I will be Inutile bottom of Rough creek that is my bodybut my soul shall be with Jesus Live so as to meet me there Death is sweet at this hour and on such an occasion With love an prayer I am dying Yours a short time PRUDIK RESOLUTIONS OK SCHOOL The following resolutions were adopted Monday by the faculty and students of Hartford College Whereas Miss Prudie Ford a bright and promising young lad who was a student of Hartford Col legs has gone from our midst We tho teachers and students of the College unite in expressing our untimdrdeathWe always fount her to be an hon est conscientious student faithful to duty and u winning and agreeable companion and friend We realize with great regret the she will be with us no more and we shall miss immeasurably her cheer ful sunny presence- e We deeply deplore the death of one of our number and the tragic end of this young life She has left avoid that cannot be filled- d But while she has gone from n forever and the scenes of her dally life shall know her no more she will ever be held in alFectionote renter brance by her teachers and the stu dents of Hartford College LIBEL SUITS FILED Supt DeWeese and Co Attorney Woodward Filed Complaints vs Owensboro Papers Probably the first libel suits filed in the Ohio Circuit Court were flIed late Wednesday afternoon against the Owensboro Messenger and Ow I ensboro Inquirer by Superintendent Jas M DeWeeso and County Alto ney E M Woodward There are four suits one beach plantiff againsteach paper and 5000 dam ages is asked for in each cnseThe libels complained of grew out of a misquotation by these papers of a letter left to her parents by Ali Prudie Ford the girl who drowned herself in Rough river last Wednes day and alleged libelous editorial comments by the Owensboro Messenger about tho Ford girls death al leged to haye been intended for an directed theplantiffs The petitions are signed by Hon H P Taylor Judge J S Glenn Messrs Mr L Heavrin and C M Crowe attorneys Extracts from Miss Fords First Letter to tier Parents 19yDEAR PARENTS M I had a long talk with Jim DeWeese this evening nnd I surely appreciated it He gave me some advice worthy to be noted He is next to the best man in town No I have t any school yet but dont be uneasy Ill get a position I have Prof Gray and Jim DeWeese on my side I am proud to think 1 can have some one like DeWeese to advise me Please write soon- PIUPIE tottertoawere ed by the young ladys parents to me fn vindication of the unpleasant netvspaperreportshaveh of the letter referred to matters not me or the public I feelI unauthorized to publishsame JAMES M DEWEESE Notice to Tax Payers Six per cent penalty will be addt ed to all town taxes unpaid oil the first day of April 1905 Those who wish to avoid this penalty will please settle at once SETH MOSELEY 36t2 Marshal t 0 y r I RAilROAD RATE em I To Be Debated Six Weeks Says Tollman Statehood Bill in Conference Imminent Trouble With China Dylnf OUt llMpn I to Till nFlllIu xJ Washington D CMnr 29 1903 Senator Tillman says the debate on the rate bill will last six weeks more and that the Hepburn bill will be materially amended before it passes the Senate Senator Dolliver says that the bill will be passed with willynot last more than a or ten Jonger Anyone who is interested can draw their gwn deductions from these diverse views At they rate the debate is now progressing and from the number of Senators who still want to speak it looks as though Senator Tillmans forecast would be more nearly correct Of course it is impossible to foretell- t what may happen to the rate bill and the friends ofthe railroads are trying hard to put some loophole in it that will render the proposed leg islation of no effect But it can be said that if tho bill goes to the White House in such shape as to not meet with the Presidents approval 3he will veto it as surely as ho can sign his own name and will call n extra session to thresh out the whole 1matter again But it is hardly the supposed that even the enemies of fair legislation will go to such length and there in always in the background the fear as Senator Till man blunty put it when he said if the present congress could n turn out a fair rate regulation bill the people would see to it that the next congress was composed of men who were differently minded t The statehood bill has gone to conference There was a strong show of resistance to submitting it to con ference at all but now it is out of the way for the time being and it remains to be seen whether the House in the end will have the temerity to defy the Senate and the obvious wishes of the people of Arizona and probably the majority in New Mexico 3All the talk that has been made about the nobability of an out break in China and the necessity of imme diately sending warship and emer gency troops to the far east seems haveIthe anti foreign feeling is dying down and that the boycott is apt to fall by its own i weight The Navy Department has withdrawn the bat tie ships that it had sent to North China waters and the bulk of the American fleet is now at Shanghai and southward The agents of the State Department are alert and not apt to be caught napping for though the outlook at present is promising a calm in China frequently precludes the bursting of the real storm This government is malting more effort than ever to push America- trade abroad and the latest move has been a bill introduced by Senator Overman to create a Presidential Commission to study the needs of the cotton tade in the far Fast To The Public Tome it is acutely painful to feel called upon to make n statement through the newspapers with refer ence to the lamentable suicide of Miss Prudie Ford Having as her family will testify and as a letter extracts appearing elsewhere in this paper written to her parents two days before her deathwill show been kind and helpful to her in her struggle i to maintain herself in school it is inconceivable to me howI enough vPiin en H be concentrat ed in one hufcan hear to prompt its wretched possessor to make the statements which have appeared in the Owensboro Messenger and the 1L A L TWO BEAUTIFUL WOMEN WHO ESCAPED SPRING CATARRH BY TAKING PERU= NA I Spring Fever is Spring Catarrh==Nothing Rob One- I CatarrhK MISS CSTCUC CAMPBELL Mite listello Campbell 140 N High street Nash wills Tonn writes Pcraaa helped me when almost everything else t failed I was rundown from overwork as I had not been fibla to take a vacation for three years Ingr o ai Iwentawaylor two months but did not seem to got my strength back although I was taking a prescription Whleh tho doctor gave me before I wont away At the roqucrt of my relatives wlthwhom I was i visiting I began to uso Pernna and you cannot roallzotow glad I was when within a week I found tttrayfeeling so much better Inside of a month I upofJ t A Spring Tonic Almost everybody needs a tonic in the prang Something to brAco tho nerves invigorate the brain and cleanse the blood That Pcruna will do this is be yond all question AVe have on fllo thousands of letters which testify to the curative and pre ventive value of Pcruno in eases of nervous depression and run down con ditions of the system Wo quote atypical case brFrank Williams 3035 stub street New York City member First Presbyterian Church and Captain Capitol Golf Club writes Lost spring I suffered with malaria Inquirer Diligent inquiry has fail ed to reveal his identity Coldblood ed assassin of character that he is h has dared not assume responsibility In view of these things I desire to make the following statement On the evening of March the 19th at something tear 5 oclock p m Miss Ford came to my office and told me that on account of sickness in the family at Mrs Collins she would have to have another boarding place that she had no money that her parents were not able to pay her board and that she was very anxious to re main in school Touched by this tearful story I reassured her as best I could and asked her vto remain in my office while I made an effort toI find a place where she could pay he board by light work This she glad thne sheriffs office and told her story and asked Mr Martin if it would be pos sible for him to take her At the time he did not think he would have the room I then called Mr Heavrin i and related the circumstances to him I and he told me that perhaps he could take her and that he would let me know the next morning To make sure of a place for her I then i went to see Mrs J S R Wedding i She was not at home I was told by a Miss Patton who lives with herr I then stopped Mr Alec Barnett the street and related the conditionJ of the girl to him Hewent home to consult his wife In a short time I called up his residence over the j phone nnd talked to Mr and Mrs I Barnett They did not make a defi nate answer but deferred the matter j until next morning I returned to my office and told the girl that probably she could get board at Mr alp C Peruna is the Finest Tonic For a Weary Woman Miss D Inez Silvers 189 W Both street New AmericanInt1ependence Nino years of work without a vacation wore i out my nervous system I lost my appetite and felt j weak and exhausted nearly all the time i flveiInezSilversPeruna Is themost prompt and permanent cure for ystemlocatarrh and a run down condition which seemed very didlcult to overcome I tried several different tonics bu did not seem to got much better until I began using Pernna My recovery was slow ruin I was Improving and I was glad to continue using it At tho end of two months my health was restored and I looked and felt much better than I had for years Your rem edy is well worthy of a recommend and I am pleased to give It mine Frank Williams never to prevent I prostran I Heavrins or Mr Barnetts but sheI I would have to wait until the next- I morning to know definitly but inI i any event I would see that she got a place to board Further I I told her that she could go anywhere she wished for the night pad that 1 i would be responsible for her board until she secured a place to work I She then left my office leaving the impression en my mind that she was I going to Mrs Tim Taylors On the i j next morning she returned to my I office and told me she had secured board with Oscar Midkiff After thanking me she went on to school On Wednesday 21st Mr Midkiff came to my office and told me of the j charge which Mrs Collins had called j rhim to her home and made against Miss Ford In justice to the girl we t thought she should know what they I were saying about her We called in Air Woodward and talked the I matter over with him All of us Were reluctant to mention it to her J but finally agreed that Mr Midkiff I shouldbring her to my office and tell her what had been said about her in our presence Mr Midkiff brought her over at noon I was not in the room for possibly thefirst two min utes she was in being oat in the court hall talking to Mr E S How ard When L returned Mr Midkiff related to her what had been said about her by Mrs Collins She said wasIher that from any cause have in her possession any articles belonging to Mrs Collins she should return it She assured us that she did not Mr Woodward then told her that no writ should be issued against her but that he would adJ of k I m Pcruna Contains No Narcotics Pertcontains no narcqtlo of any kind Pe Tuna Is pprfectly harmless It can be fingduce temporary results It Is permanent in its effect It has no bad effect upon tho system and gradually eliminates catarrh by removing tho cause of catarrh There aro a multitude of homes where Peruna has r yearsSuchPeruna contained any drugs of a oar cotta nature All correspondence hold strictly confidential vise her to notify her family She Was then given every assurance that we were all her friends and were anxious to help her She did not manifest any marked emotion but talked to us calmly She thanked us for what we had done and said she IIwould write to her father Not an word bad been spoken to her but on the contrary she leftmy office with the full assurance that each ofushad done and wouldNdo all that we could for leer VlK tThis is my relation to the unfor donate affair Since its tragic end ing I feel a consciousness of having in connection with Mr Midkiff made substantial efforts to alleviate her condition before her death So far as I know we were the only ones to assist her before her death In view of this the nameless villain who libeled us through the Messenger and Inquirer has deliberately com mitted a crime for which there is no restitution JAMES M DEWEESE The above statement of Mr Do Weese states the facts fully excepting that while Mr DeWeese was at the door we broached the matter to Miss Ford and she informed us that she already knew that Mrs Collins and her daughter in law were accus ing her of theft The remainder of the interview is fully set out in Mr DeWeeses statement ERNEST WOODWARD OSCAR MIDKIFF Have you fire insur ante policy issued by New or Philadel phia Underwriters Bar net Smith Soliciting Agents Hartford Ky y- i t CHICKEN fEATHERS Some of the Uses to Which They Are Turned What Finally Becomes of the Covering ot Ducks Geese and Turkeys One turkey supplies more different grades of feathers than a seasons receipts of turkeys show different grades of turkeysand although five cents a pound covers the range of difference In value of the toughest old tom turkeys and the plumpest young hen the feathers sell at five cents a pound for the body of feath ers up to 40 cents a pound for the fine tail feathers Local poultry men says the Indi anapolis News sort six to eight grades of turkey feathers and the buyers make even more assortment the feathers being used for as many different purposes The small body feathers which are used for pillows and feather beds are worth about five cents a pound for common mix ed White feathers are worth more according to grade bringing generally about three times the price paid for mixed feathers The fine tail feathers used for dusters are kept separate and sell for about 40 cents a pound and the skirt feathers are worth nearly- as much The wing and point feathers are also carefully saved and sold to manufacturers of feather bone and the larger ones find their way to milliners after being made over cleaned and dyed Some of the small feathers are made up into artificial bird breasts and tails that adorn countless bonnets They may cause the bonnet owners a twinge of conscience for wearing such a bea tiful bird when in reality they are wearing a bonnet of cleverly arrang ed chicken or turkey feathers Duck feathers are worth about So cents a pound for white to 50 cents for mixed Dealers say the princi pal reason that goose and duck feathers are worth more than the finest turkey and chicken feathers is that aside from being fluffer there is an absence of odor to them that cannot be overcome entirely in chicken and turkey feathers The reason that white chicken and tur key feathers are worth more than mixed however is that they arc available for mixing with the better grades for pillows Most of the chicken feathers go in the five to ten cents a pound classto be used for cheap feather beds and pillows the white feathers beipg saved separate bringing a good premium over the mixed grades Fine tail and wing feathers are saved separate selling as high as forty centsFeathers shipped from this market are packed in bales of 200 pounds or in sixfoot sacks The tail and wing feathers are usually packed in box bunIdlFive chickens will give a pound of feathers and with Indianapolis killing two to three thousands chick ens a day for home consumption shipment this market has nearly two tons of feathers a week to sell weeks output can be packed in AI bales 4x5x3 feet each but if feathers were left loose they would fill a house ShiPIpodthe shipper more than 1000 Cin cinnati and Chicago are good buyers of all grades of feathers most of the local shipments going to these cities If yu are troubled with Piles and cant find a cure try Witch Hazel Salve but be sure it get that made by E C DeWitt Co Chicago It is the Original If you have used Witch Hazel Salve without being relieved it is probable that you got hold of one of the many worthless i counterfeits that are sold on the re nutation of the genuine DeVitts Ia l Salve Sold hy Z Wayne jrlttn HI A Maine Experiment mI lYufh m Miiiiiitilnii List October ten selfsupporting young women of Maine grown j weary of ordinary boarding house life set up a cooperative dining room On January 1st they cele brated the completion of three months of successful dining at their own table In their declaration of independ enco framed at the beginning ii language imitating the famous Declaration of 76 the girls arraigned the bording houses for their most serious defects declaring that they did not provide cream at breakfast that they gave only one kind of veg etable for dinner that they failed to supply pickles for supper and that biscuits and pies were always served cold The girls have had hot pie and biscuits pickles cream and vegetables to their hearts content and are happy The reason for their content how ever they find in the maintenance of a Book of Dislikes If one could not eat boiled salt pork or tripe or onions or pigs knuckles or boiled cabbage or similar delica cies she wrote her dislike in the book and when these things were servedsomething else was provided for the disliker In this way in dividuality of taste was respected and one of the most serious obsta cles in the way of the success of cooperative housekeeping was remov ed The invention of the Book of Dislikes was a stroke of genius In spite os their brilliant success these Maine girls do not expect at least they do dot intend to continue their enterprise permanently in just this form They lightedceremonia candles on New Years evening The one whose candle first went out was to be the first to begin cooperative housekeeping with a husbandthe good oldfashioned kind of coopera tion that has withstood all assaults for centuries So long as women look forward tomarriage the foundations of society will remain un shaken by such experiments in independent existence as this in Maine The Breath Of Life Its a significant fact that theI strongest animal of its size the gorilla also has the largest lungs Pow erful lungs means powerful creat ures How to keep the breathing organs light should be mans chiefI est study Like thousands of others Mrs Ora A Stevens of Port Will iams 0 has learned how to do this She writes Three bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery stopped my cough of two years and cured me of what my friends thought consump toin 0 its grand for throat troubles Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist Price 50c and 100 Trial botttle free War on Mosquitoes The director of the Breslau Germany hygienic institute has an nounced the results of his mosquito war experiments The first object was to destroy eggbearing females which were found in large numbers in Breslau cellars Fumigation was used and the number falling on the papers placed on the floors often ran up to over 2000 mosquitoes For destroying the larvae in pools ofI water fifty grains of larvicide was put into a cubic meter of water and poured into the pool This kills all the larvae within half an hour but does not harm frogs and fish To quesI from now on Breslau seems to be first city in Europe to wage a 31the war against this plague other German cities suffering from mosquitoes are preparing to imitate their plans Indigestion is much of a habit Dont get the habit Take a little Iodol Dyspepsia Cure after eating puffingIstomach sweet Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro e On the Use of the Brains Baltimore Sun A head man in a manufactory was watching a drayman tugging at a heavy case one day The draymans face was red and the muscles of his neck were bulging The overseer thought it was the right moment to offer assistance Wait a minute there he said Let me show you how easy It is when you use a little brain with your muscle And K grabbed a hook stuck it into tl case jravc a yank and went sprawl drayIl Yes sir said the drayman re spectfully my brain told me that and I didnt use it r Cl xlCRIABean theThe Kind You Han Always BonzM Sutun I p I c1 f FASHIONS IN NEW YORK t I White the Rage In Dress Goods Pony Jackets when it Comes to WaistsH- elent llcrktrr IojnJJ A great wave of white is now surging through all firstclass establish ments overwhelming every department from parasols and hats to ho siery and shoes Morning frocks strictly tailor made are shown in pique linen and in serge They are made in shirtwaist style on naval lines and in short coat suits All the morning frocks shown in the smart shops are on simple lines Some introduce Hedebo and eyelet work others again are absolutely plain rows of stitches straps and tiny linancovered buttons being their sole trimming The skirts of those suits clear the ground and the coats end generally at the waist line Most of the coats are square cut in the new and popular style called the pony coat others follov the becoming Etonbolero effect plain or laid in plaits that open at the bottom Morning frocks quite suitable for informal afternoon wear show more elaborate trimming but the same simple lines The newest disijrns in nets and or- gandies are so tempting that one can scarcely pass them by The blurredeffect of last season are still with us changed however in their coloring Instead of a confused melange of flower and leaf tints the new color scheme is confined to misty tones of a single color The new est of these printed cottone show crossbars of gleaming satin adding both beauty and body to the airy gown Another new idea in sheer textile is a combination of silk mesh grenadine stripes and medallions of flowered mull New piece goods from St Gall shows small designs j wrought in raised cotton embroidery in white or in selfcolor j The most distinctive shape in hats this season is the new sailor with its flat inchhigh crown and tiltedon the left by a bandeau The tilt is decidedly French but the cache peigne beneath is much lower than in the winter hats The sailor is seen in straws but as yet this shape shows itself mainly in hats of lin gerid and of embroidered linen e To Curea Folon says Sam Kendall of Phillipsburg Kan just cover itover with Buck lens Arnica Salve and the Salve will do the rest Quickest cure for burns boils sores scalds wounds piles eczema salt rheum chapped I hands sore feet and sore eyes On ly 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug Store Guaranteed I Fish Know Colors I Fish know colors said a keep er at the aquarium the other day I They can distinguish between red I and blue or white and green as well as you and I Wait and Ill prove it I He led the way to a tank in which were some red and some yellow and some green fish and in it were artifi cial grottos painted respectively red and yellow and green The keeper roilled tho water with his hsnd and the fish fled the red ones to the red grotto and yellow ones to the yellow grotto and the grean ones to the green grotto They know which color shields them from observation best said he Now Ill change the grottos so as to prove my statement a second timeHe moved the grottos to different places in the tank and again roiled the water The same thing followed as before Each fish darted like a shot to the grotto of its own color where it knew it would be best concealed Starvlngto Death Because her stomach was so weak ened by useless drugging that she could not eat Mrs H Walters of S t Clair St Columbus 0 was lit erly starving to death She writes 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 Elec tric Bitters with the wonderful rev suit that improvement began at once and a complete cure followed Best health Tonic on earth50c Guar anteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist To Publishers and Printers i HIGHESTIWE MANUFACTURE THE VERY GRADE OF r TypeIBrass Labor Saving Rule Brass Column Rules Brass Circles 2Brass Brass Brass LeadersI Brass Galleys II Metal Borders- L S Metal Furniture Leads and Metal Spaces Metal Quoins etc Old Column Rules refaced and made as good as new at a small cost- Pleasee remember that we are not in any Trust or Combination and arc sure we can make it greatly t6 your advantage to deal with us A copy of our Catalogue will be cheerfully furnished on ap plication m Philadelphia Printers Supply Co IAtUAtJIunIH or Type and HigH Grade PrintingMaterial PROPRIETORS 39 North Ninth Strev- tPHILADELPHIAPENN TYPE FOUNDRY V i BLACK BIRKHEAD tf 9 1 i Hartford and Beaver Day Transfer i AND FREIGHT LINE fj Meets all trains Also 9i S rCl General Liverymen g n Best of attention jiiven to stock New stable Main 9- iJ street Hartford Ky 9 IHALlS SluASI 4QPROPRIETORS VEGETABLE SICILIAN HairRenewer1 gray hair then keep ire Perhaps not i then rememberHails Hair Renewer always restores color to gray hair Stops falling hair alsoIt fffSlSRSTt Fine Trains TOFLORID X I VIA- Southern I Railway AND peen Crescent Raub Florida Limited leaving Louis ville 8 a in daily connects at fyni ville Ky with solid trains of Pullman Sleepers and vestibuled coaches via Chattanooga and Atlanta arriv ing Jacksonville at 850 n 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 Atlanta arriving at Jacksonville 850 p in 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 env routeVia the Land of the Sky Pull man Sleeper leaves Louisville 745 p nrdaily running through to KnottHville where connection jjs made at 935 a m with through sleeper to Jacksonville via Ashville Columbia and Savannah arriving at Jacksonville 9 a m Winter Tourist Tickets Good returning until May Mst are now on sale daily at Low Ratas Variable Yours Going via Ashville and Hind of the Sky and Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and QiaV anooga or Vice Versa For the Land of Sky Winter Homes or other handsomely illustrated book lots folders rates etc address any agent of the Southern Ililwayor- CHHUNOERFORD DPA- Loulsvlllo Ky G B ALLEM A G P A St Louis Mo W C RINEARBON G P A Q C Haute- Cincinnati O n1tthIerTYPEWRITERS I appeal to your sense and your senses They have the light touch which makes for speedand attractive writing THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER COMPANY Syracuse N Y Branch Stores Everywhere IBranch Office 134 West Fourth street Cincinnati Ohio rot iSa v3 n u t rn sti iyt es tlflTHIHG DOING lSubscriptions to the Interur ban Stock Coming Slowly Still Some Hope but Greater Fears That the Project Will Fall Through No reports have yet been mado to Chairman DM Grlllth by the sev eral committees appointed to solicit jjfcscriptions to the stock of the Ow ensboro and Calhoun electric railway says the Owensboro Inquirer Tho weather and other engagements and the absence of several member- of i these committees from the city tire some of the reasons given for this The weightier reason seems the O the disinclination of the people to show tiny enthusiusm in subscribing to the 16500 of preferred stock asked for the road Some think there is no security for this others that the amount asked is excessive Imd there are those who believe that the road will be built whether this stock be subscribed or not Chair man irifllth is still enthusiastic about the road and believes it would be a most profitable investment and I believes that if the road were built to Curdsville extension would be com tlgtetl to Henderson Mndisonville- I Morganfield and Sebree which would make some point of conver gence on Qrecn river such as Curds ville an ideal one for the scat of a great Chautauqua or pleasure resort Those who take most interest in the matter fear that the earliest spring news in regard to a Green river electric line will be that Mr t Funk will be working in other terri tory or with a view piercing Owens boro territory from two other points It is not believed that he will press I the matter further here t Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh CureF ClIKNEY Co Props Tole do Ohio a t We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years t Ind believe him perfectly honorable n business transactions and finan cially able to carry out any obliga tions made by the firm Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 t Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Tcstimonals sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by druggists Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation An Easy Way tTItanl An army examiner gnce had a very stupid candidate before him who apparently was unable to answer the simplest question At last the ex aminer lost his temperand with sar castic emphasis quite lost on the youth before him queried Suppose sir that you were u Captain in command of infantry that in your rear was an impassible abyss that on the other side of you towered perpendicular rocks of un traversible height that before you stood the enemy one hundred men to each one of yours What sir would you do in this emergercy General said the aspirant to military honors I should resign One would think the Laxative idea in a cough syrup should have been advanced long before it was It seems the only rational remedy for Coughs and Colds would be to move the bowels and cleanse the mucous membranes of the throat and lungs at the same time Kendedys Laxa ative Honey and tar does this It is the Original Laxative Cough Syrup the bost known remedy for Coughs Colds Croup Whooping Cough etc Tastes good and is harmless Sold by Z Wayny Griffin Bro Goldsmiths Showy Clothes Goldsmith was ludicrously fond of showy clothes When he sought to take orders ill Ireland he tried to dazzle his Bishop by a pair of scarlet breeches While studying medicine in Edin burough he wore rich skyblue 1 sntlnfine skyblue shalloon andn silver hat lace Before Johnson Reynolds and Garrick he strutted about bragging of his bloomcolored coat and when his reputation had p ke+ r1Ait r Jn Y al 3 v Womans Trials Ubastruggn 1m VII blocnro sin loarnt to resign herself t her lonely lot Tim nl MUCH of this link to hlnil marital Ufa plchtotoiwlnttiHiit Many unfortiinato couples tllCYdUlllltdrHtllllllrt of such u elillcllfs CUll pin when they rest thohLrlclltchildlessueSarashlyremovetlbythncnrnof weakness part wnmim Dr Ilercon Fa vorlto 1rrscrlptlun has tarn tho means of restoring and frultfillness to many a woman to thu great joy of lh hlnINette a but slly removable lir iiulnleitsopci II rsvllcr1rUrhlidrlIl1ro should bo made to llnd out the real cause byprIn nil the various weaknesses displace dcIIl11tatllll PrIIfCOussf1tof comanuln In fart than1 any other remedy for salt through drultllzlL- cIIIIICllllly for womans use Tlio I hlchtheFaterltulreterlptlonis t adllllnwdlclilthoIIlIffIIIItnLon thn wrapper enclosing the bottle so that woman making urn of this rlllllUIlIlIIlt lIcllle may know exactly what else Is Inking Dr IMerco takes Ills pa tients Into his full confidence which ho arurhlrhCX6mIlIIItlon theLestbeen made by his two principal po ems he blazed forth in purple silk silk small clothes a scarlet great coat anti a physicans a csarlot great coat and a physicians wig He carried a goldheaded cane and a sword hung by his sidea weapon BO disproportioned to his diminutive stature that a coxcomb who passed him in the Strand called out to his companion to look at that fly with a long pin stuck through it CENTRAL CITY HUSTLING For the Court lIouseuA Petition Will be Prssented to the County Court in April The Commercial Club says the Central City Republican has set the ball in motion and we must keep it rolling A petition will be present ed to the county court at its next session asking that the question of the removal of the county seat be submitted to the people of the coun ty Central City is the most conve nient town to all the people of the county by reason of its railroad facil ities Central City is nearer the center of population than any other town in the county As a matter of convenience all of the towns west of Central City on the I C railroad clear to the Hop kins county line will prefer this place to Greenville Why enumerate the advantages of Central City over the present site We want the county seat here We are entitled to itby reason of the fact that we are the most accessible place in the county to the greatest number of the people in the county and the greatest good to the great estnumber should ever be our mot to and the people of the whole coun ty will endorse that principle 4 Dont frownlook pleasant If you are suffering from indigestion or sour stomach take Kodol Dyspep sia Cure Hon Jake Moore of at lanta Ga says I suffered more than 20 years with indigestion A friend recommended Kodol It re lieved me in one day and I now enjoy batter health than for many years Kodol digests what you eat relieves sour stomach gas on stomach belch ing etc Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Interest Aroused- I could die for you he cried You dont sayretflrted the girlindifferentlyAnd my life is insured for 2500 I am yours she cried till death Mothers everywhere praise One Minute Cough Cure for the suffer ing ithas relieved and the lives of their little ones it has saved A certain cure for coughs croup and whooping cough Makes breathing easy cuts outjphlegm and draws out the inflammation Itshould be kept on hand for immediate use Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro M I RAILROADS FEAR STRIKE Situation is Becoming Acute in OwensboroDealers Before ii There Orders The coal situation in Owensboro is becoming acute says the Owens boro Messenger The railroadsfear minI ers are beginning to take all coal beingIstored so that in the event of strike the railroads will not suffer to any great extent However the indcations are that if the cold weather continues much longer the Owensboro manufactures will begin to suffer Already there is some little complaint from the manufacturers that they cannot get sufficient coal The retail dealers are being rushed night and day fill ing the coal bins at the residence about Owensboro Many of the re tail dealers are behind in their or ders and some of them holding over their customers until the railroads get ready to let them have coal from the railroad mines One of the largest plants in oven- boro has been anticipating the strike and has laid in a large supply of coal Others have not been so fortunate and are making arrangements to get coal in case there is astrike The price of coal has not advanced recently but the local dealers say They are expecting an advance any day If it were not for the county mines it is believed that the price of coal in Owencboro would be at rec ord breaking figures IAmerican Speech Uniform It has been observed that the language spoken in the United States is remarkably uniform True there are many dialects but Great Britain lots in area than any one of half a dozen States contains such very dif ferent languages as English Welsh and Gaelic and the Scottish high lands to say nothing the provincial dialects of Cornwall and Yorkshire and the unique speech of the London cockney While in this country with its vast expanse of territory its set tlement by Spanish French Dutch and Swedish colonists and its mill ions of immigrants drawn from nearly every country large and small allover the world there is far greater uniformity of speech than other lands of equal area and populationThe can be readily seen The public schools have made this a nation of readers and the press has For Thin- Babies Fat is of great account to a baby that is why babies are fat If your baby is scrawny Scotts Emulsion is what he wants The healthy baby stores as fat what it does I not need immediately for bone and muscle Fat babies are happy they do not cry they are rich their fat is laid up for time of need They are happy because they are comfortable The fat surrounds their little nerves arid cushions them When they are scrawny those nerves are hurt at every ungentle touch They delight in Scotts Emul sion It is as sweet as wholesome to them Send for free sample Be lure that this picture IB Ihoformof alabel Is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion ycu buy Scott Sp Bowne Chemists 4OO4IS Fiart JlrtttJV w York- S0candil00 All Druggists 1 l Il supplied the books and papers with out limit Press association have done their part toward giving a uniform and fairly good tone to the newspaper language of the day The telegram the telephone and cheap postage have brought distant parts of the country into quick and easy communication and sohaveaid ed in teaching a common language The railroad has penetartedevery coroner of the land and made a na tion of travelers Countless human shuttles thus are thrown daily across carryingaand speech and doing their part to make one pattern of the whole COMPLETE IN 4 MONTHS First Cars and first Load of Iron for Kentucky Midland Reach Central City The work of grading for the Ken tucky Midland R R which is to ex tend from Central City to Madison ville is now under way and a large force of men are at work on the fivesmiles West of Central City The force is being increased as rapidly as possible as it is the purpose of the compasny to get all the heavy work out of the way before spring so that there will be no delay in hur rying through the remainder of the workIt claimed that the mines along the the rightofway would be open and cars running over the line with in four months Coal and mineral rights amounting to 10000 have already been secured by the com pany and it is probable that more land will be brought up before the completion of the road A few of the cars for the new road have been purchase and are now atI Central City The first car loadof iron has also reached Central CityI Birthday Dinner On Tuesday Feb 20th 1906 forty four met with Mr and Mrs J TIDavis in honor of the formers birth dayThe occasion was most happy Mr E W Jackson was there and took a picture of the crowd Mr Davis was very agreeably surprised by the bountiful birthday dinner All theI children were presentIMr Will Davis Beaver Dam Mr Jim Davis threesonsand daughter I Mr Dick Davis wife three sons and danghter Mr and Mrs Dyer Davis and two sons Mr T Davis wife and little daughter Mr and Mrs War ren Shields and three daughters Mrt and Mrs Tildon Drake and three daughters Mrs Hannah Burton Mr and Mrs Joe Sandefur Beaver Dam Miss Ollie Thomas Hartford I Mr and Mrs Wick Taylor Rev Jeff Embry and wife Mrs Clarence I McSherry Mr Virgil Mosely Miss Lee Stevens Miss Janie Mosely Mrs Sue Daughty Mr Ike Davis and Mrs MattIe Stewart are those who attended All who were present enjoyed the occasion fine but none more so than Mr Davis who was sixty eight years old that day After Dinner was served then j quips and pranks and wanton wiles and laughter beguiled Time to shake his hour glass till its sands flew along ANNA Chance For a Profit Yonlhi Companion The nristic temperament often leads toward poverty but it frequently compensates its victim with a saving graceof humor which makes even the poverty a source of fun A young woman who was possessed of the temperament and had given up everything else for it suddenly sold a picture for a considerable sum and made haste to apply the proceeds as a first payment on a small cottage she had long desired The former owner attempted to advise her about the neighbors Now that couple next door he said warningly theyre all right good neighbors friendly and all that But keep your eyes open If they see a chance to make a hundred dollars out of you they wont hesi tate to do it Fine Fine cried the young woman Im going over now and see if I cant get them to do it on shares AsXo rAIBurl the its Rind You H Bfnatnrsa Q beenin0 and has been mndo under his personal supervision since its inttncy- S Allow no ono to deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and JustasgoOlI are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Coctoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregone Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opitun Morphine nor other Narcotlo substance Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation anti Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho sleepTheCENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature of cCiBears I Q Qx The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC CINTAUN COMPANY TT Mud RAT THCCT taw roan CITY4f OUR CLUBBING RATESfrUE RKPUBIJCAN and Louisville Herald 125 TIrE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TILE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 1HE REPUBLICAN and Lipponcotts and Cosmoplitan 325 ritE REPUBLICAN and fwicca Week 0wensboro Inquirer 175 TILE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 IIIE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 CUE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE f YJLWLWIiitWLMiAGREATOFFER On account of moving into new and larger quarters thetOwensboro Business University Will make the following great reduction in rates on scholarships Our regular rates for a single scholarship inteither department is 45 Combined course of Bookkeeping ann Shorthand 8000 I 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 BQokkeeping 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 sold at this price This means immediate action on your part willbePresOwensboro y Owensboro Kentucky STEVENSa WHEN YOUSHOOT You want to JUT vkat you ate aiming at be it bird bUll or target Make your ihota count by thooling the STEVENS For 41 years STEVENS ARMS have carried cl PREMIER HONORS far ACCURACY Outline Rifles Shotguns Pistols 1 11111lh Seat a cm In tlec fr raIeri reamI vtWt ok a mlIeve fed trntat1 Id b Beautiful Ihtcecolot Aluminum fanner will be fotwatded lor 10 ceDilla stamp Ji Stevens Arms Tool Co POBOX 1081 OHICOPEE FALLS MASS TT BA Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advances r1Ii Low One WJ Colonist Rater Via Big Four Route To CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON OREGON IDAHO MONTANA UTAH- and intermediate territory j- Tlctcete on Sale Mch t to Mny 113Vj For full information and particu onIagents Big Four Route or address 1 the undersigned AIi Ohio 8 J GATES 1Ii l tf- iri Hartford Republican tuned by th HurtforJ rnlitUtitngCompiinjIK- UIKIIIIUVKn C M IHKNETT I FlllnnC K UIIrllM TESFS20Iv E- Dcuznc1n 34 nouch21M 22 FRIDAY MARCH 30 Examine the label on your pape if it is not correct notify us i WE will not be sorry to let this month March away Do NOT mix chalk with you r milk of human kindness THE Hartford Herald has neve mentioned our new Representativ district even as a news item Now THAT 11u hles county 5 s about out of the woods on her rail road bond question she is to have a county seat war between Grecnvill and Central City DemocraticSOME of the papers are very much alarmed over the ex tremes to which the administration- at Washington is going in the pen sion matter as they think Wha- about the pension which the State of Kentucky is giving Judge Cantrill IT is said that the President is dead locked over an appointment to a certain office One of the applicants being a rough rider and the other a graduate of Harvard hat is easy He will split the dif ference and appoint some good Democrat SHOULD the New York courts in dict National chairman and Post master General Cortelyou for hav ing received campaign contributions from officers of the Life Insurance Companies President Roosevelt would doubtless think his reform ideas were being carried to an ex treme IT is now stated that Governor Beckham will call another special session to redistrict the State He I has been informed that the present law both as to Congressional and Legislative districts is unconstitu tional and will be so declared by the Court of Appeals when the case is presented A PRESS dispatch says Representa tive H H Griffin of Allen county was held up and robbed of 400 while in Louisville Wednesday night a portion of the money representing Mr Griffins remuneration at regu lar and special sessions of the Legis lature It is now up to him to ex plain what the rest of the 400 rep resented TilE special session of the Ken tucky Legislature came to an end Mondayafter passing the Rectifi ers Bill fixing a tax of 1J cents per gallon on all spirits manufactured in the State for the purpose of brand Lag The session will cost the tax payers 15000 for what might as well have been done at the regular meeting The closing hours were full of strife accusations and abuse THE Philippine Tariff Bill whichI has been killed in Senate committee would have worked great harm to our tobacco industry It provided IIcentported from the Philippines In the I House it was supported by every Democratic member from Kentucky and yet they pretend to be friends of the farmer They are the kind the farmer delivjeredour wards across the Pacific but more for the boy who toils in the tobacco fields of Ohio county Tim Heraldtill thinks it may I fool someone about the county indebtedness by calling on us for a complete list of all the claims allowed during the former adminisi 1 tration These lists would contain probably 5000 lines many of them j having been published in the Herald j at 5cts per line We gave the list i by items some time ago and at that time the Herald made no objection j 11dtubleded to the wall on that contention it seeks to confuse the issue by asking 1 silly questions and calling on us to do impracticable things If the committee is wrong in its statement that the county is in debt 2115240 you can easily deny it or deny suchI part of it as may in your opinion be wrong WILLIAM TRAVERS JL note a few months ago known far and wide a the great New York reformer is now a fallen idol He was reelected to the office of District Attorney last November on an independent ticket Great things were expected of him unfettered by party ties A few days ago the New York supportrer had this to say of him The Jerome farce has gone on long enough With a grand jury desir ous of doing its dutywith the Judge faithfully interpreting the law with abundant evidence in their own con fessions corroborated by many wit nesses the only bar to the prosecu tion of these great criminals ha been William Travers Jerome That bar should now be removed Af ter all the plain unpretentious official who does his duty tohis country and God without flourish of trumpets is the only one to be relied upon or THE TONGUE It has been said the pen is might ier than the sword But for immediate and sometimes awful ef tonguetkind or even abusive are insignifi cant as compared to those whic- fall fresh vindictive from the curl ing lips of our fellow man Ther- is in the magnetic wireless messag- something which impresses the words and whether kind or unkind they abide with us forever The tongue oh the tongue I can impart the sweetest messages to the ear It can with words o comfort and cheer inspire to lofty ideals and deeds of heroism It can make easy the dying couch When death enters the home of a friend it can bind up the broken wounds o the heart and assuage its grief The tongue can in a moment de stroy a reputation which has re quired a life time to build It can with slander and vituperation dark en and hedge the pathway of life of the strongest until it is impossible for them to journey therein It can in a thoughtless aimless way be made to send out the poisoned arrow which is sure to find its vie tim Often one who is already loaded with unequal burden and in the struggle upward the addition of a feather weight will cause them to stumble and fall Let us with sympathetic words ever strive to aid the weak and erring bring sun shine and gladness to hearts in gloom and dispel the clouds which sometime darken the lives of us all MISS PRUDIE FORD Last week Hartford was the scene of an awful tragedy The suicide of Miss Ford was pathetic beyond expression and stirred the hearts of our people more than anything which has ever occurred here Al most every day we read of deeds of desperation in the great cities al ways far away Here it was brought home to us When it was known that the young lady was in the river hundreds of willing hands were ready to search for her bcdy Through the darkness of night and biting cold sleet the search was maintained by school boys lawyers doctors bankers laborers men in every walk of life at the imminent risk of their own lives The same hands would have been gladly extended to assist the poor girl in life had the anguish of her soul been known When on Saturday morning the body was found tender hands of fair women end prepared it for administeredI A large mass meeting was the Court Hall and in a few moments money was contributed to pay every dollar oi the expense in cident to a beautiful funeral i In this connection we wish to correct an erroneous impression which has gone out partly on account i of misquotation of the letter written by Miss Ford to her parents j In this letter she is made U sayI by some papers that Messrs Det Weese Woodward and Midkiff called r her to the Court House and accused her of theft When in fact the letter says they informed her that Mrs Collins had accused her- These gentlemen dll pay that what they did they were actuated y the best motives They did not threaten or intimidate the girl inn ly manner Upon the contrary at r hearing her declsxrntion of in locenc they assured her of their continued friendship and that she need not fear the outcome Oirth way to the Superintendents ofitc she told Mr Midkiff she already knew of the charges against hers This was at noon She had evident ly already contemplated suicide a the evidence of Ernest Fields befor- the Coroners jury was that he sol her arsenic that morning between and 8 oclock Up to that time Dc Weese and Midkiff were the onl men in Hartford except Prof Gra who had given her material aid i n her struggle to gain her lifes ambition t DeWeese had recommends her to Prof Gray as a worthy git who had graduated in the common school course and one ambitious for a higher education She had gon to him only a few days before with her troubles when she had no place- S to board and he had exerted him self in her behalf He sympathize with her from the first and all tin time It is inconceivable that i could have been otherwise He had known what it was to struggli against adversity in an effort to obtain an education when left a fatherless boy No one who knows big heart Oscar Midkiff would believe he eve uttered an unkind word upon that occasion He had taken her into hi home when she had no place to go and had told her not to worry about shhe taught school He a i throughecrumbeCounty Attorney been called in consultation merely in an advisory capacity and die statetment and advise that she commun tfthe charges assuring her nc prosecution would be suffered in the meantime All who have the good fortune to know Ernest Woodward willftestify that he is kind and gentle i his contact with everyone lie is the very last man who would threat en or attempt to break the spirit of a defenceless girl The letters which this brave and beautiful girl left behind show hen to have been a proud spirit Just such an one as could have beer moulded into the highest type o womanhood She had childlike faith in God She will rest securt from the heart aches of life in the sweet sleep of death which she sought in that hour Change in School Districts The following arc copies of th boundries of Nos 4 Sulphur Spring 1 Acton and 122 Dundee as modified and establishedat my office on March 20 1008 viz 4 SULPHUR SPRINGS Beginning at Isham Lees excluding him thence to Chas Huffs including him thence to J W Fore mans excluding himthence to Noble Beans including him thence to J D Jonsons includig him thence tc Will Fetcher Beans excluding him thence to Sarah Smith farm includ ing it thence to Jim Fitzhughs including him thence to Will Bakers excluding him thence to Tom Hines place excluding it thence to Miller farm including it thence to Henry Deevers excluding him then to Jack Wellers farm including him and the old Weller farm thence tc Will Axtons including him thence tc Tom Actons excluding himthence to Isham Lees the beginning 7 ACTON Beginning at Isham Lees thence to Will Actons including him thenci to Jo Actons including him and W V Actons thence tc C C Whites excluding him thence to J W Hurts excluding him thence to Geo Hurts including him thence to H A Owens including him thence tr Howard Fords including him thence to J E Burdens including him thence to John Neighbors including him thence to S T Daniels inelud him thence to J T Weddinginclud- him thence to R J Duffs and Thomas F Johnsons including both thence to Isham Lees the beginning 122 DUNDEE Beginning at the mouth of Adams Fork thence to Dick Coppages in eluding him and M S Ragland farm thence to Bud Smiths including him thence to Wm H Renfrow including him thence to Rommey Renfrow in eluding him thence to Jake Wester IIfield including him and T D Hen frow thence to Mrs Sarah Smith farm excluding it thence to Will T Jeans including him thence to Ar thur Wilson thence to Geo Neigh hors including hire ItoTLyc Murphys including 1 ins thence U Virgil Renfrews upper farm includ ing it thence with Hough Creek toe the beginning JAms M DKWEESE S CS Ohio Co Memoir andd7who It was the writers good for tune to know her from childhood and- y her parents Mr and Mrs Ned Ford who lives near Friedalnnd OhioI county At the time of her she was a student of Hartford Col I 1lege and had been for five months or more and wasakind and obedient girl and at all times prompt at here post of duty She was a girlof great mind and industry and expi ClS edadesire to obatin an education that she might be able in the coming years to support herselfand her decliningyearst If come I from none but the true hearted By reason of her high sense of duty to her God and humanity she won the admiration of all those withI whom she associated She was loved Colr loge sHad she lived she certainly would have made her mark and would have been abrest with the great women and men of the world How sad it is that she has gone but what a conso lation it is that we can say her soul is with Jesus By the river side a flower grew Not Ibng since was full in bloom But is now cut down by an unseen hand And lies withering in the tomb Dear father mother sisters and brothers all From you dear Prudie has been calledIMourn not for her it is in vain againnHartford Ky March 27 flOGI K Of P Fish Fry The local lodge of Knights of Pythi s spread an elegant supper to its members and a few invited guests at Griffins vacant store room Tues day evening Memben and guests present numbered forty eight TheI sipper consisted of choice catfish fried Coffee Com bread and pickles and seemed to be most highly enjoyed After the lunch had been served quite a few includig severalof the gue3t responded informally to onlyean introduce The Entire evening entertainment was highly enjoyed md the prevailing settlement seem id to be more Fish Fries- Program y For open session of the Adelphan Literary Society to be held Friday light March 30 1 Music Orchestra 2 Welcome AddressPresident 3 RtctatonAllison Barnett 4 ImpromptuLoney Taylor 5 Music Miss Cassie Riley 6 Impromptu Debate Aff H N Benntt Neg W S Taylor each peaker allowed 5 min for argu nent 7 BiographyRamer Tinsley 9 Music Miss Pearl Thomas 10 DeclamationOtto Martin 11 Questions and Answers Frank Foreman Fred Anderson Jharley Toylor Ike Christian 12 Vocal Solo Sanderfur 13 Declemation McDowell Fogle 14 DialogueJohn Bennett Ross Bennett 15 Vocal SoloMiss Hettie 3iley 16 PaperGrossie Williams foseph Bennet Charlie Wilson awrence Gary Artnur Kirk Roy 3ennett 17 Music Miss Mary Keown 18 Closing AddressJ Ney oster LAWRENCE GARY JOHN BENNETT Censors ROSCOE RENDER Will be in Jail When Damage Suit Comes Up Wiliam Whorton better known by he railroad people as Whiskey rim a onearmed colored man of Dhio county was sentenced to thirty lays in jail and to pay a fine of 100 n t e United States Court today for selling liquor without a government licens says the Louisville Post He was indicted at the last term of the Federal Court He thanked kulie j Evans when he pronounced sentence m him and said that the only thintr shat he regretted was that he would je in jail when his dama d suit Pure BloodIs certain if you tako Hoods Sarsaparilla This great medicine cures those eruptions pimples and boils that appear at all seasons cures scrofula sores salt rheum or eczema adapts itself equally well to and also cures ds pcpsta and nil stomach troubles euros rheu mat tn and catarrh cures nervous troubles debility sad Ibnt lire feeling SrccMU To Iiwa Uo rvULts rt tUo d who prefer the l cluo til talJet fora wo arc now putting up hoods Sareaparllla In cliocolMecoawl tablets as well as In tlio UMtal liquid form Hr reducing Hoods Sarssi rllla to a nollJ extract we have retained In the tatilrts the curative properties of every medicinal incrcdlent Sold for drucclits or sent by mail 100 doses one dollar C I Hood Co Lowell MILls t o pnrlBfld eeartetferer Ii WHeres tHe man or woman thatwe ca- ntPleasei 1 Theres a Big Show in Towni Its Magnificer aggregation the worlds best The Sign Over the Entrance Reads CARSONCOYOU Its worth seeing he display of the Spring Suits Dress Goods Mens md Ladies Shots and Oxfords Mens and Boys Hats Millinery Goods Notions Furnishing Goods Groceries Furniture Farming Im I- Jelementseverything kept in untodate store It will interest every good dresser While the reasonable prices will interest every prudent and careful buyer of new Spring Fabrics dis play worth coming miles to see a glad hand of welcome awaits every caller Be sure to take in this showIAdmission nothing We are nuxIinns for you to visit for your spring purc- hasesCarspnCo L Hartford INCORPORATED Ky against the Illinois Central Railroad Company comes up in the Ohio Cir Court on April 20 He that he was suing the road for the loss of his arm and that in order to keep the case from getting the Unit ed States Court he asked for verdict of 19999 would allow Federal jurisdiction to attachIMAGAN March 6TMr F D Baughn was Louisville last week buying his spring stock of goods Mr J E Coleman has moved with Dr L Denton He is but slightly improved health Mr Arthur White and family of Taffy visited at at Mr JW Ralphs Sunday night Mr Coppagre and Taul whose illness was noted week v slowly improwiag There are several newly develhped ca of wnallpox at Dundee tir itee ilillor is visiting his Mrs Helen Thompson of Iewlma Mo report crrat benefit to hsIlae- crI from Hoods Siruparllla b llioruuchlr her blood after aa attack cif that bloodpotionlng lli Itue her itrtncth and health ThuownJi of other tell of lmll r rnm alto earn of salt rheum lima ate a of 1 I an a us L cuit slid into One cent more in I in Jim Wid last l o 4 I ra 1 1 rrnowrJ trrofula grandparents in Hancock this week SulphurSrings lat week Mr Lee P Miller went to Hart ford last Friday Mr J II Ralph has moved from our midst to his fathers farm net o Ralph We arc sorry to give him up he was an excellent citizen and good neighbor IMoney Saved save money buy your Groceries from SAUNDERS tC CO IN THE FORD BUILDING ON I MAIN STREET HARTFORD poundstopounds for 10 cents Canned Goods of all kinds The best Coffee 5 per cent discount for CASH We give tickets with every pur chase ttfl Come to see us SAUNDERS Co Hartford Ky f I Spring News 11ru certainly deeply appreciated the presence of so mnnj t ladies during our Spring Opening Their compliments and patronage were a source of great satisfaction to us Wo him done our best to get the very latest in spring wear It the very lowest prices We extend to you a special invitation to call again so wo can demonstrate to you moro fully thu- we are Headquarters Fairs Millinery Decidedly the prettiest fill most uptodate in town so the ladies declare The orders we are turning out since our opening make us feel that we him the correct Hats at th lowest prices To those who came on Saturday and to thus who were deprivedwe extend you an invitation to visit nanny day assuring you it will bo a delight to show you whether you buy or not When we combine stylo with prices the ftresult is assured Fairs Easter Dress Goods Should attract tho attention of every lady in Hartford or vi- I I cinity Wo feel that wo have the I very newest weaves it Woolens and Silks and wo know our prices are too low for competition to mOet us For the above lino wo rarry a com plate assortment of trimmings lining patterns etc besides competent salesladies to explain to you every detail in mak ing Come direct to us and save worrying about what to get and how to make it Fairs Easter Footwear Certainly no lady or gentleman will be thoroughly equip ped for Eustur without having the latest in Footwear Our t largo and varied stock makes Shoo buying comparatively p easy You will find the lasts as well as materials of the Ja test makeup We shall be pleased to have you call and to- I us show you our line get our prices etc Ih Besides these specialties you will find at our store a com poet assortment of Hosiery Ladies and Gents Neckwear1 il Bolts Collars etc in fact nil that would make you well dressed for Easter Hartford Republican I FRIDAY MARCH 30 IIUnolsCeAtralRallroadTImo Table fiord Hon ml No nIII NoICdnlIOan1 NolVl HnnndINo irMu l0im No 101 No 102 duo N I in No 131 flOATNVIIEDUIE The bout We Tb tffCMt W 11 Pownmn In rbiMKc In ranking regular tflpo between Hart earl and KmnnTlllc Irnvliifr here writ MoadnT I nd retarnlng SiitnrJiiv Iartl ih Tlnr had- neeswith tbln bout trill govern tbemwlrei ar j fording Freight tr Clciollclted 1111rlnlWbllnnrlm HrvolntloiM of Rrape- elIaetnlhe rxirul ol ISO word All- Over I Shot nlllo11111 ate hllrc lorm the rnlrnllc hire word enah In ndvunce Articles In exreaa ol 1BO words will bo rut iloirn lo rrqiilrril limit nnlraa innury U amt wllh urI I o f etry lo n word 111 every Inmnucr I Fresh Fish at City Restaurant Fresh Oysters at City Restaurant See Carson Co for Farming Im I I plements IMyl My what good eating at City Restaurant We are after those who want th best CARSON Co j Every purse can find a suit here to C tit CARSON Co Mr McDowell Fair Render was a pleasant caller Tuesday j The newest things in millinery are at Long Cos Economy Store At FairsI We dont promise the earth for a dollar CARSON Co Your coming merely to look will please us CARSON Co My My aint those steak meals fine at City Restaurant See our new Clothing and Dress Goods at Carson Cos New H tew Cloths and nc1 Furniture at Carson Co Jump for our bargains quick Think later CARSON Co Special price at Fairs Saturday on Lace Curtains See them on dis play Ask to see our Lace Curtains only 100 at Long Cos Econam Store The Newest in Mens Clothing Neckwear and Shirts are found at Fairs ISee Fairs yard wide and two Floor Oilcloths and Mat tings Fairs can show you their complete line of Ladies Misses and Mens Spring Shoes County Attorney E M Woodward attended Esq W P Millers Court at Horse Branch Monday For Scholarship in the Massey caleI at TUB REPUBLICAN office theIYou will find it at Fairs FQr Sewing Machine supplies o all kinds call on or write to Gross Williams at City Restaurant 1 We are here to think of your in terest CARSON Co Mr J L Allen Jingo called to see us Wednesday Mr L P Miles Sulphur Springs called to see us Wednesday Oh My do try that nice Fish a City Restaurant No bones Fairs Souvenirs Saturday will be genuine bargains Call and see them Nominate a school boy in your neighborhood for our Mammoth Cave trip Attractive bargains in Fairs 5c and lOc basement Saturday Dont fail to visit it The Republican 100 a year Lou yeartBring us your Eggs chickens fae thers and butter We always pay the highest market price CARSON Co Get a handsome set of ware worth 750 free See Barnes Bros advertisement in this paper for particu elate oLelve your laundry at Cleve Ilera grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laundry 46t Barnes Bro are giving free a handsome set of ware well worth 750 See advertisementln this pa per ICity Restaurant will be full of Rood things to eat next Monday County Court and will expect youCRead Barnes Bro advortise ments in this paper and you will notI wonder why they have such crowds every day Miss Ethel Bennett Beda is the guest of Mr and Mrs Heber Mat thews City Miss Isabelle Mauzy returned last Saturday from an extended visit to relatives at Dixton Ky The prettiest cheapest and most uptodate things in Millinery and Dress Goods are at Long Cost Economy Store The latest and newest Dress Goods and Silks for spring are now ready for your inspection at Long Cos Economy Store You will find everything new and uptodate in ladies Beltsand Col lars for Easter at Long Cos Economy Store Mrs ML Heavrin entertained the ladies Aid Society of the Christian church Wednesday afternoon in a most delightful manner FOR SALEA scholarship in theI Owensboro Business University also scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College Write us for prices As announced in TilE REPUBLICAN last week Elder W B Wright will begin a series of meeting at Taylors Hall next Sunday Everybody invi ted to attend Mrs W T Woodward went to Louisville Tuesday to convey an eight months child that had been left in charge of Alms house officials IIto the Childrens Home Society j One who pays subscription to THE REPUBLICAN can nominate and at the same time vote for a school boy ingot Mammoth Cave popular I t contest Full on sixth paget ourYand Tic and you will be fixed for Easter Sunday LONG Cos Economy Store The Majestic Mfg Co of St Louis Mo have a man at Barnes Bros store this week showing the Majestic Range in actual operation baking and serving biscuits to the large crowds 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 voles for any boy whether he has been nominated or not Mr Bruner representative of the childrens home society secured three childreft in Ohio county during his visit here the first of the week Two from a Burgess woman South of Beaver Dam and one the eight- f months old Hall child that was left in charge of the almshouse officials by its fathersometime ago j A We have lots of new clothingthe I correct style at the correct grire at Carson 250 Dont CosILong Cos Economy Store I Saletay at Long Cos Economy Store You will find the biggest assort ment of Linens ever shown in Hart at Long Cos Economy Store Mrs W H Griffin and daughter Mrs A D Buskill are the guests of Mr and Mrs A J Buskill Liver moreAirs Sarah Collins Smith will get you up something entirely new for an Easter Hat at Long Coos Economy Store Deputy Sheriff S A Bratcher moved Tuesday with his family from Matanzas to property in Hartfordre cently purchased from Mr R C Taylor On account of the inability of the committee to complete arrangments the meeting of the Alumni which was to have been held wjth Mrs J S Glenn this evening has been post poned one week or until the evening of April 6th The committee earnestly requests a full attendance Correspondents reporting visitors in their neighborhood must state where they are from to insure publication Individuals of the same neighborhood exchanging calls is entirely too local to be considered news Please do not burden your contributions with such matters After more than two months delay after orders were placed for rock which was occasioned by the failure of parties from whom rock had to be procured to ship same five cars of have been received at Beaver Dam to be used in repairing the pike It is estimated that five more will be required to put the road in good condition peath of Young Man Mr Virgil Cooper died at the home of his sister Mrs Tim Taylor in Hartford Wednesday morning hf 7 oclock after a lingering illness of tubercular trouble After funeral services conducted by Rev J A Lewis at the family residence yesterday at 10 oclock a i1 his remains were interred in the Liberty cemetery in the presence of a large circle of sorrowing relatives and friends Virgil as he was familiarly knowh was one of Hartfords best young men and his absence from the daily walks of life will be sadly noted by his numerous friends Tokens of condolence to the bereaved family BAKNETTS CREEK March 25Mrs Edgar Shown is on the sick list Mrs Lish Brooks is improving Thbs Hoover and Henry Ralph went to Owensboro Mr Henderson SundayIin our vicinity Len Hoover and Henry Ralph went to Owensboro Thursday with a load I tobaccoBud Hoover will leave April 6 for I Oklahoma where he will spend the summerSunday school will be organized at I I Barrett Creek church Sunday afternoon I at two oclock C K Carson has bought the Thos Maple farm and will more InInear future Bob Mosuley went to Owensboro Monday with u load of tobacco I j The Taking Cold Habit The old cold goes a new one I quickly comes Its the story of a weak throat weak lungs a tendency to consumption Ayers Cherry Pectoral breaks up the takingcold habit It strengthens soothes heals Ask your doctor about it The belt kind of testimonial I It Sold for over Uty years Made bT 3 0 Co Mm Also BunuiUtartr or5- ARSAPAIUILA I 9 PILLS lJeIC HAIR VWORN WO have no eut1 Wo publish the formula ofull our medlcln- eSKeopthobowels regular with Ayers ono s ir44 SpringIs Here i I or We are ready to dress you from tt Head tofoot in all itslatest fashionsi4 4ilFfiC9 Spring Suits tv iii We boast ourselves to be the LEADERS IN jq CLOTHING Let us prove this to you We have now a larger line of Spring Suits than vo ever had i4before It is a full and exclusive line of the famous = 3 Sterling Brand in Grays and other fancy and Black y 14 DoubleBreasted Patterns which are all the go this ti season We hope that you will come and lookat ri our lino of Spring Suits before you purchaso any = where else for we feelsure that we have Suits which I 1 or nottQJ you an elegant line of Single Breasted Suits = C9 fIl oM Spring Pootwear = We have an exclusive line of Low Cut Shoes for men and women Patent Leathers in Lace or But 4 ton Gun Metal Galf Box Calf and Vicis They lit are made for style comfort and to give good satis tJt B faction tJt ib4eSpring Hats y We think our line of Spring Hats can not be sur 0 passed We show them in all styles and shades i IE We carry a full line of the Swan Brand of Hats t 41 f fi I41 Spring Furnishings bff4fic fi bF 4 b g We have a good selection of Mattings in various 1 checks and figures at low prices = fi bit I p Sam Bach E 41iartford Ky = bit n RANDALL T COLLINS Z WAYNE GRIFFIN When in Louisville STOP AT Setmitigslei EUROPEAN IIOTELj The Home for Ohio County People I Elegant Clean Rooms and Polite Attention S W Corner Second and Jefferson Streets COLLINS GRIFFIN Props rTYmBANK OF HARTFORD St JNCORPOIqArED JH82- t Capital Stock 4000000 I Surplus L 12 OOOOO Stockholders Addll Liability = 4OOOOOO i Securety to Depositors 92 OOOOO iJ W FORD President JOHN T MOORE Cashier = H P TAYLOR V Pre t R HOLBROOK Asst Cashier c J W FORDR HOLBROOK iH P DirectorsT AIOORE JNO CTnoMAsJNO 4 t 7 TAKE THE REPUBLICAN h t OLD LADY PLUNDERS SELFr While In Apparently Demented Condition Mlle Godron Robs Her Own Dpmocile A psychological puzzle hits been discovered at Lille France in th person of an old woman who u midnight dresses as a man with at burglars kit robs herself then re attires in It dressing gowu and re places the goods she hat taken She is Mile Godron a rich old maid who returned recently from Lourdes saviiig she had beet cured of an incurable disease He cently she went to the police and said she land been robbed of 1000 in bank notes The police made careful inquiries and as the re sult they persuaded Mlle Godron to engage a uew maid The mail was a private detective in the pay of the police nod she watched Mile Godron night and die She soon discovered that her mistress was u conflrmned som nambulist She usually retired u ten and fell asleep immediately At midnight she rose and pro duced from a box a mans clothes in which she dressed herself She next tied a crape mask over her face pulled a rough cap tight ly over her head took a jemmy and other burglar toolsfrom drawer nnd stowing a revolver iu her hip pocket stole quietly out of the roomThe first night she took the silver off the dhiiug room sideboard pushed it into a bag which sh slung across her shoulders and stole back to her bedroom Sh then undressed put on a dressing gown and carried the silver back to the diuillg room piece by piece Another night she let hersel- out by the door broke in through the drawingroom window opened a writing desk with a skeleton key and abstracted some money replacing it as before On a third night she stole into her cooks bedroom rifled lockets and again returned th money Atthe end of a week the bur- glarious routine was varied Mile Godron dressed as usual but wen to an outhouse and took a spade She then proceeded some distanco down the garden und began to dig ultimately unearthing a small box This contained the lost 1000 about which she had com plained to the police Mlle Godron cannot be persuad ed to believe that she does all these things in her sleep and is much agitated to know how she obtained possession of the bur glars clothes and kit FINDS IN ST JOHN LATERAN Glorious Coffers Upon Which No Ey But Luthers Ever Rested Un enrthed in Rome Rome sold indeed all Italian towns are perfect mines of wealth to the antiquary even in these days when it is generally believed that there is really nothing left undiscovered The truth of this was practically illustrated tilt other day in the Sancta Satictor um or chapel of the Holy Stairs at St John Latcran which it vas supposed contained no secrets The ink stairs on which no one has ever set foot except Luther all going up reverently on their knees lead to a tiny chapel for merly privet to the popes which harbored it was supposed relict I of the saints nod which no woman was allowed to enter The relics i were contained in coders jvhich have been opened and found empty tilt 11on itll IshII ing llloh ably been hidden doily at some time of invasion nail never re placed Hut to the antiquary this is n small matter as the glorious cotters remain They have been examined undo to the general surprise are found to be most pre cious antique and unique works of art so miicli so as to valise a stir in art circles They are many in number of various sizes skill an of solid silver deeply chiseled in the best manner nod date from the second or third century On which formerly held a piece of th true cross is in the shap of n cross and is of inestimable value The antiquaries have mooted the project of having those mngnill wilt works of art placod so as to be on view to the gSiieral public Tin pontiff hits been apnroaihoii mm ii to objection so Unit tin future visitors to Home will have one more sight added to the air ready lone list LOST DOGS PEST OF POLICE Give the Washington Force a Great Deal of Trouble According to MIniontLost and stolen dugs give the police more annoyance thou al most any other class of cow plaints remarked one of Mnj Sylvesters llnest to a Wash ington Star reporter on Pennsyl vania avenue In the test place he said so ninny persons who have pet dogs think about as much of them us they do of their children and it is therefore no more than natural that they should become upset und anxious when their canines disappear Theo again such persons ore un reasonable in their demands when they call upon us for assistance They do not stop at requesting iu to do impossibilities but really muchttime to hunting a dog as we wduld be expected to spend in un effort to locate a lost child murderer or per son who hind committed some oth er serious crime I recall an instance in which a woman who had lost lire pet car nine spent many nights about the streets with the police playing de tective Every time she would hear a dog in a house she imagined it was her pot and wanted search made immediately The womans conduct was that of a mother who 1had lost her favorite child Lund onle1 n lost dog I felt sorry for her She finally thought she would like to yarlfin shfIwas a search swenrinlloutBut the dog came back con owuIer conclu hadeaway and was seated on her front door step lute at night when anon w1ty recog nized but the mud and grease that had causqd so great a change lIusdIluul when his mistress hud recognizes lint a warm reception followed Dogs the policeman couch ii d cd are troublesome to police in ninny respects Complaints coin from all sections about the noise caused by them and people wonder wily the police do not stop it They fall to understand that Un eongiduinhatsbeen a annoyed by the barking ant esmnl Frequently during the still hours of the night a bawling dog paltPOnuatlhas 1 noise The Poor Man of England The curse of the man who not work has always been with us In Henry VIIIs tinge he was not allowed to beg the bread that be longed to honester folk tot a stat ute was made by which tlieold nnd impotent were grunted licenses beg fund anyone found begging without one was soundly flogged parishIn1 in one day in Elizabeths time were heat bask to the land TIll begging liuense seems to work well enough abroad where till row of authorized beggars is a familiar sight outside elrIchurch sued where the halt IInllI maimed are seldom stfen anywhere else The rise of the vagrant in this country no doubt took place utter the destruction of the mon asteries and before any other IeI place1ctgift we can still say with the monk of medieval times Tin friendship of the poor makes us the friends of kings London Chronicle Rain in China In northern Miina the average inchese j encases from the OUst toward the interior of tho empire and in individual years it is subject to large fluctuations In Korea the annual fall is about iti inches on i the west coast sad is generally more than 10 inches on the east nnd ijouth coasts Thousands of Acres I for Sale ai reasonable prices I Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAIN i ROUTE In Southern Missouri aDdI Northern Arkansas most direct lino via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS tcl1a1rfirst and third Tuesdays of each n ontb DescrlptlTO literature map pamphlet folders etc en application TOWNSEMDH T G UUTHWlS 111 Poru4 UL lntrhat Piient iprt T tCtl I1O1tnLLJ Firstclass typewriter paper for sale at this of fice cheap of A Positive ATARRHCURE Elys Cream Balm U quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects tho diseased menu brana It euros Catarrh and drives nwnv a Cold iu tho RstoresTusto and Smell Full size GOctsntDrupl gists or by mall i Trial Sizo Ely llrothers LG wnrron Street Now York ju Jr TTPJOXI r1tDDYproilaofStheaboTereaaltiln 90 days It acts powerfully quickly Cures all othtn fill fauna men will regain their lost manhood and old men will recoter their youthful Tlgor br using KUV1VO It qulcklr and surely rtitorei Nenrou DU Lot Vitality Impotency Nightly Emlulcnt Loit Power lilting Memoir uniting Dlseueiand alt fired ot leUabuea or esef aDd Indiscretion which unfits one lor study bnslnera or miTlu of dlieaie but agreat nerve tonlo and builder brier le hack the pink glow to palo cheeks and restoring the Ore of youth It ward off Iniulti and Consumption Insist on hiving REVIVO no other It eaa be earned In tut rocket By mall BlOO per lCkueor Its tor 8500 with poll Urn written guarantee to cure or rsfaad the money Hook and ndvlio Addres ROYAL MEDICINE coy ciicUO For sale in Hartford Ky by J H Williams druggist FREE TRIP TO- MAMMOTH CAVE Offered By The Republican to School Boys of Ohio County i Our Readers Will Name the Most Popular Boy in Each Magisterial District 1How 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 1when in other Statesthey were asked to describe the wonderful Kentucky 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 paper has decided to inaugurate a pilgrimage to the cave for the first week in September of this year and seven school boys one from each Magisterial district in Ohio county between the ages of 12 and 20 will be given the trip free of charge accompanied by one of the editors OUR PLANaEvery school boy in Ohio county was nor more than 20 years old January 1 1906 will be entitled to be voted for The candidate receiving the largest number of votes cast for any one in his district will be entitled to the trip Every candidate must reside in the district from which he is named and the right is reserved to withdraw the offer in any district from which only one is nominated Every years subscription to TilE 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 date will be publishes each week No employe or member of the family of anyone connected with this paper will be elligible as a candidate Per 1sons sending votes by mail will please cut out and use the following THE DJSTRJCTSJThe seven Districts are made up of territory as follows j DISTRICT No IEast and West Hartford East and West Beaver I Dam and Prentis voting precinctsI0DIsTRICr No 2 Cromwell Select Arnold Rosine and Horse Branch voting precinctsiDISTRICT No 3 Sulphur Springs Narrows Olaton and Magan vot ing precincts DISTIUCT No 9East and West Fordsville tnaville Shreve Ralph and Herbert voting precincts 1 DISTRICT No 5Beds Heflin liuford and Bartletts voting precincts DISTRICT No 6Centertown Ceralvo Smallhous and Point Pleasant voting precincts DISTRICT No 7North and South Rockport McHenry Render and Cool Springs voting precincts I Free Trip to Mammoth Cave + I IIcast this ballot of TotesFo-r I i I j A fIw hoeenpis btween 12 and eyrats I Ii i I District No Precinct i f l j ISIgne d Address State County e1 011 1141m 1 SURE CUREF- or All Diseases STOMACHLIVER 1- 1notoolycureebytarllnystthoreat ELECTRIC ache Backache Dizziness Indigestion Malaria etc I CURES WHERE ALL ELSE Is FAILSg Inest Couch Syrup Tastes Use In time S4 J by ANNOUNCEMENTS- 1hhlN01S GENTRRL R R The Illinois Central maintains Double Daily Service opcnates the best of trains with Dining Cars Chair Cars BuffetLibrary Cars and Sleeping Cars from Chicago St Louis Cincinnati and Louisville South to New Orleans The best road for reaching theTouriat resorts of the South including New Orleans Vicksburg Guf ort Miss Hammond La I Mardi Grass at New Orleans Feb i 27 1906 Gulfport is a Mexico Gulf i Cost resort having the new line I Great Southern Hotel Regular ocean steamship sailings from New Orleans for Mexico Central America Panama Wet Indies and Europe j Send or call for descriptive matter in regard to the above i Havana via New Orleans I Havana Cuba is best reached via the Illinois Central through service i New Orleans and the ocean liner twinscrew nineteenknot i S S Prince Arthur i leaving New Orleans every Wednes day at 400 p in and arriving at Havana at Sunrise Kridry morning FloridaIchange Ciiicago to Hot Springs with connections at Memphis from Cincinnati and Louisville Through Dixie Flyer Sleeping Car Line St Louis to Jacksonville via Nashville Chattanooga and At lanta Mexico California Special tours of Mexico and California via the Illinois Central New Orleans under the auspicics o Raymond iWhitcdmb will leave Chicago Friday Feb 23rd for Mexi co and California the last to include a stopover at New Orleans for the Mari Gras Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullman with dining car ser vice Facinating trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excursions- to California Excursion cars SrnfranInd the southern route every Friday fr9tn Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville via Omaha and the Scenic Route every Wednesi day from ChicagoI Full particulars coecerning allof the above can be had agents of the Illinois Central and connecting lines of by addressing the either of the undersignedJos P A Cincinnati- F W HARLOW D P A Louisville o A SCOTT D P A Memphis 0 tiBIG FOUR i New York Central Lines The Best Line torIndianapolis + I Peoria IiIDetroit I IClevelande i New York Boston And all other points East I STicket tofI Genl Agent Passenger Deptj I Louisville Ky HJRHEIN I General Passenger Agent Cincinnati 0 i DITTERSbast tonic Curative I liThe for those dl I I SOc Guaranteed IfNlreSfj lIJlL e 11 IIAnsTT I yNauttt IBARNETT SMITHIAT LAW iiutiroitii jiY tlirlrirnfr l nln alltlmcntirt nhln and ndJnlulurr1antlrnudtonrtoftppenhe fHperlnl atrutlonrlren In nllllllIIIlltrll tlidrrnrr rnllpvllmiiinuil the ImrtlconUrlin Innliiiiil Itenlltalrlnw 8mlnltlr ORIrolD ItrnilnA llnllilltiK FRANK L FELIX Att oneyatLawII s tTM ltl is V WIIIItlUll hie 1rrID Iu Slid And nl 1llIlIlIull nod In tb tuart 1f Appexl rlinlMaliirnrtlrfHMiirollfrllimil pn lull yr outer In the lleniM linllillnK CHASM CROWE LAAWYBRHA- HTKOIID KY Will prnrilv hi i rutrrduu hi nil the rinirti at Ilhl1 and iiiljnlrilnir rowitlrn and hi tlirlonr of AimiK FpeInlulenannslrairrrlminnl firnrtlifntul In rnllmlnnii ifltiv tiinirr Mnr kit niiil Crnter MriMtPTIioiiin ran rr nptnilra JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Mnrrlilnttrnllnn elrrn tit riillrrtlnni unking hlrearnl1xntnryVoh11 lor Obloronn tjr OOlrentirth 1101111 iirtrf R R WEDDING Attorney at Law IHAUTOltll KY FWernlPunttIroerntrrlnhn SnrylnbUIrIIhlou II M i IIIUVIIIN Ifnxtsr lvaollwAllh ilEAVRIN WOODWARD crtelf I LAM W- IIArrnu Kr irilli r rlrIMr iriirm liin In nil the Ioort nfllliliirniintv nml Cnnrt nltlgnis Hp cnlllIouYANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT L V Kentuckyf Court nf Obln mul nilJolnlnK rnuutl nod Is tht Court ot t10mf 111 IIAIINKM S A AMiKIISOX BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys ant Counselors at Law IAIITIOlin KY The nndirrUnr1 nnnouant that tbf hnre riirnml n piirtntrrMp for Ihn iir rtlr ollaw In iilledarl Matinml FnlfMl ulth ottltM south 111 MelHtreetnppolleCourt Itahartford KT Atntrsclioa Till and IHUMIon nf fvctlnir Tltlwi til lIolllt wlil be Klrtn njir cnlittrntlon notary In mire WIIIIItSII4 S A xai1tOx KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew PrleoFOR100 Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for All THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BAOK gsOOURIhDA1aDDLiLNOEDAOporti eopyngbteta IN ALL COUNTRIES rfluilniti rKkwfrk Hatilnflon sawllarr nty nolIPm Exclusivitylepp Slat r Uot MM WASHINGTON D C ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY IalnlayouATyp The Rongh River Telephone Cue is Independent owned andoperated by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for tyll ser extendedconversation 15 miles 10 cb 30 miles 15cts 45 miles 15 cts lc- J W OBANNON Mgr Beaver Dam Ky ysdR WORLDS GREAT BRIDGES f j4 Ancients Most Successtul Builders and Also the Originators a of the Arch System Thulium Ilintll BKl 4lhereis a great hope for till fu ture development of bridges in that there seems to be a tendency among financiers more closely to consider thequestion of maintenance as relates to original cost in large con struction enterprises and this wi unquestionable induce them to buil more on stone and brick stthangenerationIn I construction of the Rtonc bridges the Romans were the first great builders Bridge building in fact one of the must interesting problems they had to solve In chitecture and construction the are indeed a most original and a tistic people too little appreciated and studied by modern AngloSax ons They were the forerunners of our present construction their time the Greeks had reache- that measure of perfection now s much considered and theirs was the culmination the slow artistic de velopment through the ages The Humans however had presented toI them untried problems to be solved which called for new methods o Cto construction and of these the bridge or aqueduct was one of the most in terestipg They were practically 1 the first people to use the principle r of the arch and voussoir construction The use of the arch principle whit sometimes attributed to the Chinese was practically unknown to the ancients of the western civilization til the Roman conquest Ithas be contended that the idea of the arch principle was first evolved by theI Etruscans if this is true it is coming near to Homo I Such wonderful bridges as the one built by Caesar Augustus at Rimini I or the Pont du Gard the great aqueduct situated about twent milts from Nimes built across theI river Gard and attributed to Agrip the bridge of St Augustus at tJIn started by Adrian and many too numerous to mention have scarcely ever been a period between LMthis time and the twelfth centur few bridges of the importance were built and it was between theJ years 1178 and 1188 that4he famous bridge of St Henezet at Avignon was built Several other beautiful bridges soon followed similar to i in construction Then came th early Renaissance bridges also to numerous to motion mo old Poin Neuf perhaps the finest in ParisJ the famous bridge Ammanati the architect in the six teenth century at Florence also the largest stone bridge ever built in the world with a span of one hundred and eightthree feet over the Allier and Vieillo Hreode France or the bridge at Chester over the Dee for ty feet higlnvith two hundred feetJ span t r Drink to Save a City Much is made of the legends andI history of thequaint mediaeval town of Rothenburg as is natural k where they lay so much stress on their past glories The shop win l READ THISILouisville Ky Oct L 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear SixI suffered four years witht kidney and rheumatic trouble A times I could not raise my arms upI 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 SNTDEK 1815 iGth StIA TEXAS WONDERI One small bottle of Texas Wondert Halls Great Discovery cures all ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission o weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kid noys 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 t abovekDr E W Hall sole manufacturerI P 0 box 629 Street StJLouis Mov rtt v n a i d yw f dows are full of big glass cups with I painted figures of the Emperor the I seven Electors and other worthies souvenirs for the unwary tourist anti in some of the decorations of inns anti winerooms a man Is pictur ed prinking out of such a cup accompanied by verses alluding to a TrunkIIfound a local guidebook with theI exylanation It seems this Nusch byI his famous drink saved the town several centuries ago He was a Senate and a son of the inkeeper of whichdthe street here Many of the mnsI are hundreds of years old and ar run under the srmenames they hav always borne Well during the wars of the Reformation this was a pros testant town and was beseiged and taken by Tilly after a spirited reels tance He entered the place follow thrand the Senators were and in the barbarous style of those days ordered that they all be behead 1ed Then there was such wailin and entreaties from the wives and fionally said he wauld be content the death of four but the rest would not listen to this and said till of them or none or something to that offect and the Burgermeister was sent o get the executioner At lengt when everything was in a great u roar Tillcnllltl for drinks and trembling barmaid brought him a great stirrupcup of Tauber wine h drank front it and passed it on to wasnteemptied when suddenlystruck size and being in a better humor f from the wine he said in jest tiln11Imercone it the cup help three quarts until Nuschthinking that would at leastI be the pleasanter death and proba bly used to drinkinga great deal said he would try it Everybody was breathless with suspense fearing he would give out before emptying thq cup but on and on he went tillI the last drop was drained lie only strength enough left to land the cup to Tilly and say Thy pro theeground He a days however and lived to bo eighty And Tilly kept his word 1Wall Worth Trying pensione thingtwrites they keep my family in splendid health Quick cure fort headache Constipation and ness 25c Guaranteed at Z WayneP Griffin Bro drug store CORONETS IN COUNTERFEIT Denrcst Ambitions of Many Ameri cans in England Is to Hnvn Du plicate of Jeweled Headgear One of the dearest jynbftions of Home of till wealthy American IndioH who vlrit England in to gain the temporary loan of one of those famous coronets tiaras neck aces or other jewels which form tlk lieirlooniH are almost luice I- IlI4Hbut when such u long is grunted the delighted American tit once hands the treasure to u trustworthy jeweler with in structions to make an exact dllI gemstimitatjon OUCH Quite a craze hurls set in for pos sessing counterparts of this kind but it is possible that time aristo cratic owners of the origlimlH will before long cense to allow their tIeasures to be copied for some the duplicates are so wonder fully fabricated that they are practically indistinguishable from a ime originals 111UMoUI like this make of automobile better than any other in time whole show said the stale in the fur ticket with enthusiasm Why is it better than time rest of them nAked the girl with the three eornered hut 44J was knocked down by one like his the other lannd It didnt hurt me a bitttChcu o Tribune IIean e SOME 0lQ TIME APPETITES Fourteenth Century Manuscript Tot of Hunger Appended by Eight een Course Dinner A fourteenth century manu script till exfant records the fes tivities attendant Oil the slur riage of Vlolante Visconti wltl- Iluke Lionel Iliiiitagenet son o ward III of Kngjand at Milan Italy Tin wedding dinner con listed of IS courses 1114 follows First course suckling pigs wrapjHd in a thin coating of goldr fish with their mouths giving forth Hire second hares rousted and gilded third veal roasted and fourtheugalen rout rousted and gilded llfth bucks garlic and more llsh sixth beef and cajtons unadorned soy Path capons meat and fish done in lemon eighth beef and fish of dif ferent kinds ninth eels mind more meat tenth galantine of meat mill fish eleventh lamb roasted twelfth hare and wild boar with onions thirteenth venison four Iig1114 U nfhelllhIIHlIIIIH with beans iiilted tongue and rousted carp sixteenth peacocks again this thill hulltd ill HplllI4fclIIt1IIItb heese and eighteenth cherries offohmanner sere thaso tealepalate In the succeeding Jla1RI the manner of preparing food iliilnged little by little and a cIr sin fondness for dishes a trifle bi litgmany jests and time street poet a earned many an honest PIII1I foolishIlnateN olution gastronomlcally The JIIJ importerGand it Is due to them tint at the present time in Italy a Milanese rook Is prized mold ranks next to u French one This delicacy of taste was fee throughout ell classes In his memoirs the Ambassador de Drosses records with much sue prise the Lombards love of sweets and relates having seen a carter leave his horse to take vela of itself while he entered a neighbor lug tavern to set an ice cream With this great love of sweets came a certain effeminacy moon I The guy banqueters sat at I with their frills and turbo completely covered with pa 1 in order that in eating muchrelished sweets they should ddhbhtill their gewgaws CHINESE BURGLARS UNION Those Wishing to Burgle Must Enter Organization and Comply with Stated Rulings Everything in China is under thr control of a union of some sort We are not surprised at this in the case of the carpenters and mechan ics but it dues seem a little uu that when a man wants to burgle if he is a Chinaman he must do so according to the rules of vela of these organizations When the desire seizes him to robc must that consult the olllcers of the burglars union for permis sion This is given him for a car tofu proportion of the profits of the burglary Such an action here in America would be called graft which means hush money Burglars go in parties not In ones or twos as with us An or jdinary party in China consists of hundred or more They stir round the house Bud plunder it hutj so skillfully that time muts cannot offer any resistance When a house is to be robbed time i thieves scatter narcotic drugs I about the rooms which have no effect upon themselves but will put Europeans to sleep Not only do they fall isleep but this sleep will lost long after time rob beryia otcr IWIwn a thief enters a house to first ting he does is to re his clothes the next to mill body all over His pig tail is wound nrdund his bead hay 1 te lug previously peen stuck full of needles If by some unlucky this chance some dweller in the house has twit fallen usleep as expected mind should attempt to grasp the arm or log of the burglar he will find kiln a slippery customer in deed for he will slip off like an eel If he should attempt to seize him ofta are very long and sharp in China WhosaystheIdneaenrestupidju NEW BOON TO BACHELORS A Hand Sewing Machine That Mends Rents by Turning a Crank Much Sought by Men I have been wondering for Home time said the girl in the whilll4hht waist according tothe New York Press who uses all of those little hand sewing machines that we sell nowadays I have found out It is the men I had noticed for several weeks that the masculine shoppers investing in those Lundy lit contrivances far exceeded the feminine but 1 set their pondcrrinco down to good n i tn red obedience which im pelled them to buy at their writes or sisters behest The other day a goodlooking helpless Hercules came in and ninth inquiries about a machine Ills manlier showed me thin he fwas not hampered with many women folk so I finally plucked up enough courage to ask him for whom the purchase was intended For myself he said innocent lyIve seen so many of the fellows up at the school fooling with them this winterIm a medical Flndenlouknovrthatlthought I would see what kind of a stagger 1 could make at my own mending You liavo no idea what expert sewers some of the boys have be court I believe they could make a whole suit on one of these little machines Ive seen them nuke all kinds of repairs They were all pretty awkward In the beginning but they persevered until they got so they could turn the crank with 1one hood told guide the cloth with the other as well as any woman The young mans breezy expla nation nearly floured me but in the light of preceding experiences fancytmany of them could tell of their origin on handsewing machines that have been run by the bath lara of New Yo- rkuasToRsraBUll theTheKind You Hats Always Btafr Blpat1l1O 11 ffit CHEAPEST FARM LAND Opportunities 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 tides of the Missouri PacificIron Mountain Route The rich alluvial delta lands and river bottom lands ot Southeast Missouri Eastern Arkansas Louisiana and Texas capable of producing GO bushels of corn a bale cotton 4 to G tons of alfalfa 160 bushels of potatoes and other grain vegetables and hay crops can be bought for 760 to 1500 peracrea When cleared and slightly improved wit rent for 400 to 600 per acrea cashUplands more rolling lighter soil adapted to fruit growingpeaches berriesalsoImclons 1000 can per acre in unimpr clearings Many places with small beIvery I This is a fine stock country No long winter feeding Free range pure water mild climate A healthy growing country with a great fur tureWrite for map and descriptive lit erature on Missouri Arkansas Lou isiana Texas Kansas and IndianTer ritory cheap rates on first- fndtbiidTueroays of each month AddfesaJlT G MATTHEWS T PA Louisville Ky or HC TOWNSEND G PT A St Louis Mo- a STRONG Agains 3tovallof Tilton QtL said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hundrtdi Piof otherweak- womer an being restored to perfect edy YOU may bi well you will take It Indigestion causes nearly all the sickness that women have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and bicomi diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that maybe eaten It nourishes tho body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength JCodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchinghsartburn and all stomach disorders Digests What You Eat I DolltrkottUktUiSMKb I IiitIr II at ll healthbythUrem If MpZM t t L ruryraeDwltIacObl Mold by Z WAYNE UllIKFIN Henry WattersonsPaper t I The Weekly CourierJournal AND THE HARTfORD RPUBliCAN BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people in the United States have not heard of the CourierJourn al Democratic in all things clean in all things it is essentially a fami ly By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the Weekly CourierJournal and THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN both one 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Thomas Dr E B Pendleton City CpnncllJ II Wlftlame Mayor CtCrow Clerk B E L Slmmerman Dr E B Pendleton A D White Wm Fair Wet Bean Dr J W Taylor tdczt Ooeie tl A 0 n W meet lint and third Friday night In each month Hertford LodgNo676 F4 A Muonl lire Monday night la each month h Hartford Tent No99 Knight ol the Macoa bee rery Thursday night Rough Hirer LodgeNo 110 Knlghtaol Py thl meeteerery TiMday night Preston Morton Poet No 4 0 A B hold rig alar meetlDge Saturdaybelorllrat8uodayln sect monthSouthern Raiway Shortest and Fastest Line- sFROoJ I Lexington and Louisville TO 1 Louis a11e WesI Two trains daily as follows Leave Lexington G10a m Lou isville 900 a m arrive at St Louis 612 p m Carrying vestibuled coaches and CafeObservation Parlor CarMeals a la cartethrough without cange Leave Lexington 530 p m Lou isville 1015 p m arrive at St Lou is 732 a m carrying free reclin ing chair cars and Pullman sleeper through without change Reserve Sleeping Car berths atlll Bast Main St Lexington Ky 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky or Union Depots N THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your J ob Printing in a firstclass manner or no fee Write for our 7 ProIUfoblalaed LETTER before t We THAT PAY and inventors to aaccess photooraketclandweendIMMEDIATE NTABIUTY 2Oun practice Rcgl tered Patent Lawyers come to u at B05807 7th St WASHINGTON D C I HomeMade4 1 Have your cake muffins and tea big cuit homemade They will be fresher cleaner more tasty andwholesome r Royal Baking Powder helps the housewife to produce at home quickly and eco fnOImcaIly fine and tasty cake the raised hotbiscuit puddings the frosted layer cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and muffins with which the readymade food found at the bakeshop or grocery does compareRoyal greatest of bakeday helps ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 30 THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems In an address before a LouisiIleI medical and surgical Charles A L Reek of Cincinnati- I said Monday nignt that there is no i such thing as race suicide in Amen lea j The best safeguard against headache constipation and liver trouble j DeWitts Little Early Risers Keep a vial of these famous little pills in the house and take a dose at bed time when you feel that the stomach and bowels need cleaning They WayneiSubscribe for THE REPUBLICAN re s + rrr1r 15 gallons tested tho used boiling vhllo extension cooking When water waler Ironl which has more r gets too hot reservoir jij heating surface than any other supplies abundancecan be moved away Iron lire by shiltin1 hot water Iho parts the house takes the r reservoir STATE MEETING IS CALLED American Society of Equity toi Meet at Greenville April 1314 j Narrows Ky March 27 1906 National President J A Everitt at Headquarters Indianapols Ind has issured call for meeting in Greenville on April 13 and 14 to or ganize territoral union of The Am erican Society of Equity Each theIin that courtly Local Unions and members in counties not haveing a county union are required to organ ize such without delay and select their delegates so they may be repre sented at the territorial meeting Vote in Popularity Contest i Below will be found candidates nominated and vote cast for each up I to noon yesterday in Tim REPUBLI CAN trip to the Mammoth cave popularity contest DISTRICT N01 Cecil Barnard Beaver Dam 30I DISTRICT NO 3 Roy Crawford Olaton 10 DISTRICT 05 i Talmadge Davis Beda 0I DISTRICT NO John Morton Ceralvo 10 DISTRICT NO jICarroll Smith McHenryR- oy Brown McHenry 30 Death of Little GirljThe death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs Morris Royal Sat urday night March the 17th and P Bj fl1W SJ1 t Imt l lAU LrY4r breaklasrt leavershowni ol took from their midst their daughter Ella Royal aged years and eight months She father and mother and grandmothers and grandpa brothers and one sister two brothers and host of other land relatives to mourn her Weep not for her trials and ings are over and she is sleeping LAFIE WESTERN March 27Born SMALLHOUS to Mrs Everly March 13rd big girl Mrs Jennie Ball woo has quite ill of erysipelas is better Mrs Emma Bell Fulkerson vo was the guest of Mrs Sam Saturday night Mrs Price Morton left for Rockport Ky enroute to er Dam Ky where she has position in Store Miss Debbie Taylor was the andlI of recently Miss Sallie T Hunt link Rev G H Lawronoe and entertained quitea number of f1 at dinner Sunday those present Mr and Mrs John Barnard and Guy and Earl Mr and Mrs Calloway and daughter Mr and Charles Overton and David Mr and Mrs Robert Hunter tel dinner several more and friends metthere and had old fashion prayer meeting Rev Smith of Rochester preach at Smallhous Baptist Wednesday night before fourth Sunday in April The members of the church met Monday to clean oil ground purchased by the for the church for the right throughchurch ground Mr and Mrs David Luck little son Halcomb Matanzas were the guests of Mrs Luck sister Mrs Joe Bullock Saturday night Mr Bob Fulkerson is quite ill Mrs M P Maddox returned Sunday from visit of several her daughter Mrs Jesse Hill nearI her sister Mrs JlMessrs Ed Hunterand Vig Morton Prayer meeting at Mr Jas H FuU kersons Sunday night- RENDER II I lIarch27Mrs Thos Gaddis Sr returned to her home in dentral City last Wednesday after visiting her daughter Mrs H W Jones for few days Mrs R N Mitchell returned to Francis J H Brown of Central City WM here last Thursday Messrs D W and Thos Gun and Dr H B Innes were in in Hartford last here last Friday Mr and Mrs E E Burton went to Luzerne last Satturday David Watkins of Central City was here last Saturday C IC Reneer of Centertown was hereon legal business last Saturday Gilbert Haskins was in Central City last Sunday Mrs Sarah Andrews and son Ernest and Miss Anna Robinson spent the day in Horton last Sunday Robt Cargal was in Hartford yes terdayMc D Fair was in Hartford today HARTFORD COLLEGE I wFourth Ternl Bdjjnh Monday March 19th 1906 Board and tuition aro very low Specialattention is given to those desiring to teach Thorough reviews are given in all the common school- I studies during the Third and Fourth Terms Students can enter at anytime and find clawes to suit them Many teachers are now in attend enteringi TELEPHONE GROWTH The Cumberland Telephone it Telegraph Company has issued statement of its business for February and the increase in the number of its subscribers is shown as follows Number subscribe February won ldt3S Number added during month 5O0Number taken out 2Ml Net increase for ihonth i3lf 9 1W82iIu r rese J P T n r n r I MAJESTIC BAKING c DEMONSTflATION 41t i ONE WEEK MARCH 26 31 i j J trM rr Ut to ol ITrn IS I ato iilJall ol It a a a I G a a a a a a a j a IIMissHillI rMrs a Wednesdaylilfter I TuesdaI I TO 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 Malleable and- Charcoal Iron Ranges The MAJESTIC MALLEABLE and steel range as formerly turned out by the 4 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 makinkit 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 qual jity 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 npt used on other ranges We want you to call if you intend to buy or not as the information gained will serve you in the future Hot Coffee and Biscuits FREE ti Come any day during this week and have buttered hot biscuits and hot coffee Biscuits baked on a Majestic in three minutes while you wait Handsome Set of Ware FREE0 With every range sold during this Demonstration wo will give absolutely FREE one set of Majestic ware worth every cent of 750 This ware will be on exhibi tion at our store Everything useful ornamental and durable Come in and see it and you will agree us it cannot be bought for a cent less than 750cand it is cheap at that LOI11j2c J1YpYYonAre Welcome Whether You Intend to Buy or Not t i E PI BARNES BRO BEAVER DAM KY fift JiqrJjtiCtJi Ji JiJiJiJiJiJiJi Jj JiJiJiJiJiJiJiJiJiJiJiJiJi M4TJ to c4fir fkat y r ezi A Vi 13 L 3