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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i t Jar Drb Jttpublicau Fine Job Work a Specialty IP IT IS NHW YOU WILL PIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year uu VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 13 1906 No 39 n COUNTY UNION AI SIOf EI Last Friday and Saturday fc Was Largely Attended Much Important Business Trans acted Enthusiasm ran High During Entire Meeting Ono of the most largely attended meetings of the County Union A S of E ever held in this county con vened at Court Hall in Hartford last Friday and Saturday The two days were entirely taken up in disposing of important business pertain nar to the order It was also an enthusiastic meeting be imbued withevery one seeming to a conscious justness of the cause of EquityPresident David Moreland opened the session with a timely speech set ting forth the business that would jI come before the Union for consideration On motion it was ordered that the Chair appoint a committee on credentials also n committee on resolu tions Committee on credentials as follows J M Graham James Ellis 1 L Miller and Warren Taylor Committee on resolutions Silas Stevens Jno P Foster J F Tanner Alvin Ross and J II Davis On motion it was ordered that every delegate elected by the Local Unions of this county be entitled to a vote in this body On motion it was ordered that the Union endorse the ruling of the Chair on the tobacco acreage question which is as follow That old men or men living in towns who have not been tobacco growers should not t employ tenants and give to them any rights to increase their acreage in the name of the landlord Adjourned until 1 oclock at which U time committee on resolutions re ported as follows We your committee beg leave to offer the following 1 Resolved That we adhere strictly to our National Constitution and ByLaws with any addition tha tho County or State Unions may enact 2 That we concur with the Green River Dark tobacco association in notsclling our 1905 tabacco crop un til the 1904 crop disposed of 3 That the county be divided in to Magisterial district Unions 4 That we recommend to the Local Unions that no excluded member be admitted to member ship in another Local until he is reconciled to and demitted from the Union to which he formerly be longed 5 That we condemn any reckless or gratuitous insinuations or un founded charges against our county k officialsG a committee of from 5 to 8 on resolutions be appointed at the close of each county meeting Said committee to report at succeeding county or call meetings and said committee be also a grievance committee to hear and take cognizance of charges against any member or officer We recommend that the committee be composed of one from each magisterial district 7 That we urgently extend our organization at home or abroad 8 That this Union shall at this meeting in order to remove the ex tra burden from our secretary elect a treasurer Centertown local preferred charges againgst Matanzas Local and after considerable discussion motioning etc the following committee was appointed to hear the case and rec ommend to the County Union what disposition should be made of same J P Miller T H Belmain W F Stevens T F Tanner S F Whiteley B L Withers C I Kelly J H Whittinghill and Jas Carter After hearing tho evidence the committe found that Centertown Local was justifiable in excluding the t membeand Matanzas Local erred iri receiving the same member with out his having a demit from former i rti THE FOLLOWING VIEW SHOWS THE ENTRANCE TO THE WORLDS GREATEST CAVE AND THE STEAMER WHICH WILL CARRY OUR SEVEN SCHOOL BOYS TO THE HISTORIC PLACE I Local The report was adopted by County Union Bro Overton offered a minimum price list on various farm products but a motion to table prevailed fhe body endorsed the proposition to build u tobacco warehouse tit Narrows Ky The following resolution was of fered but no action was taken on sameResolved That we recommend that the manager of our pooling HOUMM be requested to give Union men the prcr rcnelhut if the Union men cannot he secured that non union men may bo employed E AI Carter a C Baird and G R dickey committee On motion it was ordered that this body formulate plan whereby at least 75 per cent of the 1906 crop of tobacco shall be pooled and contracts signed by the first of Sept 190C Committee appointed to report on Hayti resolution Following is the resolutionWe committee of Hayti Local Union No2 do hereby ask tho Ohio bytover county are to work no men but Un ion men and ask that this shall take effect at once Daniel Hines L M Porter T F Walker committee Mr D Ford appointed county TreasurerCommittee of three appointed to arrange for organizing the Magis terial District Unions T H Bel main J R Weller Silas Stevens Committee who reported as fol lows 1 We divided the county as the Magisterial Districts are now divid ed giving to each Local the privilege of joining the one most convenient and satisfactory to Local Union Meetings are arranged as follows Centertown Saturday before the 3rd Sunday in May Buford1st Thursday in each month Fordsville Saturday April 14th meets at Nar rows Beaver Dam 4th Saturday in April Rockport Saturday May 14thReport of committee on credentials received and adopted Local Unions represented 46 with a membership of 3328 Total membership in county 3862Locals reporting on acreage pledge report an average of 98 1327 per cent pledged Committee on resolution restrict ing acreage and dumpers reported as followsWe committe realizing that the dumping business is the most damaging and disgraceful factor withwhich we have to deal there fore be it- ltesolvcd That we recommend to this body that each Local Union in j Ohio county withdraw their fellow ship and patronage from any morn j her in their Local who disregards the j acreage plan or who dumps his tobacco i of 1906 crop Also be it further resolved that we will not allow any nonunion man the privilege of j pooling with us another year Car riedAlso be it resolved that each Union plead with all clastcs of men to come into the Union and help us1 and if they resist that we will form ulate stricter rules at our next meeting according to our secret plan as given by President Everitt DjFOIdmake their quarterly reportto coun ty UnionOn it was ordered that Lo cal Unions must pay their dues to County Union in order to recogni tion in the County Union Also that the Secretary write to delinquent Locals urging them to pay up their dues72 cents for each regular member per quarter Tho following named gentlemen from Ohio county wore selected as delegates to attend the State meet ing of the A S of E called to meet at Greenville Ky today and to morrow at which time a State orga nization of this order will be effect ed David Moreland M F Sharp James McSherry J P Foster T H Balmain Alvin Ross Yes Whiteley J R Weller Alney Tichenor A B Tichenor SilasStevens H E Shultz W W Park C L Woodward T F Tanner Dudley Ford J P Miller E A Barnard Tom KeownlJ J Smith C J Rogers Wat Taylor J A Creek W F Stevens James Barnes Albert Cox C T S Overton Aaron Hawkins W 11 Addington Joseph Robertson Dr Hammons Jas Ambrose John Mullet Burks Tichenor Birch Shields and J H Thomas Alternates Rev J A Bennett V G Barnett A R Pirtle J W Sanderfur George Hickey F W Pirtle Alonzo Carter Melvin Ashby Warren Lindley J C Park A G Murphy Warren Taylor Dr S W Crowe J S Cecil R B Martin C M Barnett Alvin Ashby E J Ash by and Rev H D Burch Delegates instruction by unani mous vote of body to vote for Presi dent David Moreland for President of State Union All delegates and alternates are requested to meet promptly at the Austin Hotel in Beaver Dam KYi Thursday April 12 at 10 oclock amBy order of David Moreland Pres Adjourned to meet at Hartford first Friday in July M F SHARP Secy v Skater Breaks Through Iron Wall I Hopkinsville Ky April 10 Many curious stunts have been performed at the skating rinks here during the last few weeks but nothing hasi eclipsed the stunt of Douglass i colored who while skating at a rink j run by a colored man fell with such I force against the corrugated iron wall of the building that he went I through bodily Picking himself up he went around to the door and I started to go in but the doorkeeper demanded another dime and Redd I was forced to pay the entrance fee I before he could again gain admittance to the skating floor i trs 1 5 vL HOME COMING For Ohio County to be made Ela borate Affair Hearty Co DesireaIa Hartford Commercial Club last Friday evening the first step was taken to arrange suitable entertainment for home coming week Dr E W Ford President of the club after hearing a number of suggestions appointed the following committee to make tha necessary arrangements C M Barnett S A OarIwas suggested that a Street Fair might for the weeKamong other things to bring the people to gether and give an opportunity for our visitors to meet cld friends whom they have not seen for years However the merchants of the town willbe consulted about this feature as they will be expected to contribute to its success I The commettee must have the citiIzens a suc cess Hartford has never been known to fail and must not now t K of Ps to Build a Hall The local Lodge of Knights of Pythias has leased from the county the vacant lot near the jail for a j period of ninetynine years and will in the near future begin the erect ion of a two story brick building on same The first floor will likely be used as city ball with probably a councilchamber division while the I second floor will be used exclusively as a lodge hall for the meetingthe Knights of Pythias lodge beIstock to the lodge which will con tinue until the lodge becomes the sole owner of the building If successfully launched and car ried into effect this will be quite an achivement by the Pythians and will be a welcome addition to our town Card of Thanks We wish to express our many thanks to our many friends who were so kind to us during my husbands sickness and death and also extend our thanks to Bro Gardener for his kindness Very truly MRS G N GlLLSTRAP Beaver Dam Ky April 7 1905 Centertown Local No1 The members of Centertown local chartered The Maude a gasoline yacht in which to attend the county Union that was held at Hartford last Friday and Saturday Among those that attended were 111AshbyE E Rhoads Harden Brown E J AshbyEsq S H RenderHenderson Ashby wife and little son Everett M D Asljby J M Stearsman J P Tichenor Alney Tichenor Cleve Wal I HarrisonISilas Carter and George Mont gomeryWe gathering at Rosses rip ple standing on the water edge gaz andIfrom either side A whistle sound ed and in a moment little Maude was bounding around the bend in full viewa shout of jubilee sounded from the crowd and in a few moments we were all aboard and was soon landed at the city of Hartford where we spent two days most pleasantly Our return trip was full of inci dents of the rarest assortment and we think we have the best local union in Ohio county Con Sfecy NOTED FOR BIG FAMILIES Is Our Sister County ot Muhlen bergNo Race Suicide IThereSome county up in the mountains is boldly making the assertion that it has the most fatherly man in the hasItwelve says the Central City Ky- Dispatch Muhlenburg county has always been slow to boast but she must object when another claims an honor justly due her and enumerate some of her fatherly citizens Mr count was drenfour by his first wife and twenty I by his second Mr Merdith Wallace raised twentyone children all of whom had the same mother William Greenwood had twenty children and only one wife and Elijah Duke had eighteen children all of whom had the same mother and there are a hundred families in the county with sixteen children MAGAN April 10 Spring has opened and farmers are very busy preparing for their crops- J W Muffltt and Bud Baughn went to Owensboro the 5th as dele gates for the A S of E i Mr and Mrs F D Baughn are the proud parents of a ten pound boyMrs H C Wright is quite sick H C Wright Jack Brooks and W A Taul were in Hartford Friday and Saturday as delegates to the county union of A S of E M S Ragland Hartford visited at H C Wrights Saturday and Sunday Miss Vera Miller who has been quite sick for the past few weeks Is- convalescentCharlie had his jawbone almost broken by a horse kicking him last Friday Sunday school was organizedat this place last SundayIMrs Vergil Sutton is very ill of bronchial pneumonia DEADLY POISON Results in Death to B A Mil lers Family at Maxwell Water in Well Supposed to Have Been Contaminated in Some Mysterious Manner The family of B A Miller who lives on the Will Riley farm near Maxwell is supposed to have been poisoned in some mysterious manner So far five of his children have been stricken The first childa little boy died last Saturday after an ill ness of only two days Sunday a little five year old girl died The symptons were those of arsenic poisoning Two more small children are at the point of death and a fifthan older son is also very sick The whole community is very much ex cited over the calamity that has be fallen the Miller family which only recently moved there from Warren respectedbypected that the trouble comes from the well water which has become contaminated in some way and its use has been discontinued The Millers have no enemies and no suspicion rests upon any one However the matter is a very great mystery and there is talk of a post mortem examination Drs Carter and Maxwell will con duct the examination should one be determined upon Head of a Woman Found Central City Ky April 10The grewsome find yesterday by three boys of a human head and at first thought to be that of a manis still shrounded in mystery but the devel opementsof the day indicates that the find is that of a womans head Local officers have been working continuously since the discovery and it is said tonight that they have run upon a clew which will lead to definite results There is a prevailing opinion that it is the work of medical students who in their eagerness to get away with the cadaver lost the head The head was wrapped in a copy of an Evansville paper The sack was one formly owned by the Marion afgruesome find Those who have viewed the head have been unable to identify it- Practical oCTalks to College Stu dents- Arrangements have been made withsome of the representative professional and business men of Hartford to give half hour morning talks to college students during the next five weeks The first of the series will be an illustrated lecture on Xrays by Drs Ford and Park at their office Friday evening April 13 All other talks will be give at the college from 840 to 920 on Monday Wednesday and Friday mornings of each week The speakers their sub jects and dates are as follows April 16 T J MortonThovalue of Preparation April 18 Dr PirtleEruption and Function of the teeth April 10 Judge J S GlennThe Lawyer and his Profession s April 23 Rowan HoldbrookOper ations in Banking April 25 DrJ R PirtleAnatomy- of the teethDally care of the mouth April 27 J C RileyHabits of Economy April 30 Henry CarsonThe suc cessful man in Business aPaperMay 4 Dr E B Pendlcton SoundMay 7 Hon C M Barnett Ex periences in Public Life May 9 Dr E W FordHow the Laity appear to us May 11 Rev J A Lewissub ject announced later May 14 Rev A B Gardnersub ject announced later May 16 Dr E B Pendleton The eye May 17Hon C M CroweOppor tunities of young Men s 6 S5SSwrMA VMA01MA1Vb 4P h9M llM0 v 91P11R WIIWIIVWu 1MMANiN NIb1IA 1iI WMyMMINAMMMIMAA1 dIMMA n 146v o S SPRING OPENING I 1 =AND rI EI 1 The advent ofour immense stock of Spring and Summer Merchandise is ot great importance to every man woman and child of this county because of the great moneysaving chances offered you Because you can get the seasons latest styles in everything at prices you usually pay for out of date stuff Because we have the same price for every customer marked in i plain figures We have been working for a month buying and putting on sale this elaborate collection of spring merchan- disel of every character Our counters are piled high and every shelf and every corner is crowded with goods you will want J You are cordially invited to visit our stores to look at our spring showing We charge nothing for looking and as little as 5 possible when you buy It certainly will be an advance to you to call and examine our goods H Stylish Clothing 1906 by ICopyright tef Marr C to say that we dont believe that there is one man in a thousand that wo cannot please with our Clothing and G9 satisfYwith our prices Wo are never satisfied posir 9 you We carry the largest stock You cant do better than to come here for our Clothes Suits in Black and fancies plcedpel Suit 4 50 5 750 SS50 10 1250 1350 15 18 20 2250 Buy Hart Schaffner and Marx Fine Suits For Men Boys Spring Suits Wo want mothers who have boys to clothe to know all about our preparation for the little Men for Spring We make a specialty of clothing for boys of all ages anti everything the boy wears is here Very few stores arc able to show the variety of handsome wearables that can be seen here Our prices a 1 way s please for they are never extravagant or unreasonable Moth civ you can find what you want here at the price you want to pay Spring Opening Fashionable Millinery A magnificent collection ot the latest creations in stylish MILLINERY Wo extend a special INVITATION to everybody in the country to visit this depart ment and view the great assortment The latest creations from the style centers of the world are represented right here and Miss Merrie King would ho delighted to have an opportunity to show you and to tell you all about them Carpets and MattiugsiSpring thuds the index to house cleaning new overl11gs and we have the coverings desired Our flatting assortment is extensive and the patterns are beauti ful Priced per yard 12 c 15c 20c riots 5 5c Our ingrains in half wool and all wools are things of beauty and their w earing qualities cant be excelled Priced per yard 50c 50c 70c75c Hemps Cotton and Union Carpets priced per yard 15c 25c 30e 35c BKUSSELLS priced per ard75c and Sue RUGSof every known make and grade pricedat each 1 135 1 0IIIf you need a Carpet and cant come send for samples giving us an idea about the price you desire Our mail order business in this department grows more and more every season which is conclusive proof that our methods andour Carpets are satisfactory to the consumer in every way Send diagram of room and we willcut carpet to fit Dress Goods Here are a great variety of the new weaves and colorings shown in the markets this season Grays Plaids Checks and Whites Such a collection of Skirt and Suit materials have never been shown here Silks in all colors and changeable Gray Silks Check Silks White and Black Silks Yardwide Silks 19inch wide Silks and Wash Silks Priced per yard 50c 75c 1 125 and 150 Samples submitted on application and express paid on all orders of 50c and up ReadyMade Skirts and Petticoats The increase demand for this class of wearing apparel encouraged us to increase our stock and this seasons showings are far in excess ofany former season All the new Plain Grays Checks and Plaids are represented Priced at each 3 4 5 750 to 10 Misses Skirts in nice range of prices and Fabrics SILK PETTI COATS Browns Blues and Greens each 5 and 750 MERCERIZED SAT TEEN Blacks and Colors priced each 50c 75c 1 125 150 2 I Spring Opening MENS FURNISHINGS Easter time means now Hats new Shirt now Collars new Ties Now Sticks and new Inderwear Wo have quite a strong depend able lino of entirely now and stylish wearing apparel for mon and boys bought especially with VO1l needs in view You know very well that what we recommend to you you can bank on to your last dollar You know very well that wo only have oiu price and that is a little lower take it all around than Ianybody eWs Come 8111Fl0 for yourselves New Laces Embroideries and Ribbons 4 Every season brings out its new patterns in lJtheir special lines The Laces are much more attractive than ever before and prices are no higher We are showing quite a variety of Q Val Laces and Insortings to match Also an TK elegant assortment of Embroideries and In sortings in match sets allovers Corset Covers and Embroideries In fact there is nothing now thats not represented in our line of Laces embroideries and Ribbons 0 Lace Curtains and Window Shades We lay great stress on the quality and attractiveness J 5 of our Lace Curtain line Now g uptotheminute patterns in all widths and lengths Priced at per pair 75c S5c 100 Jr 125 150 on 3 c 350 g Our Window Shades include all the regular Q widths and lengths in plain and fancy shames 7 with and Without fringe Priced each10c 15c 25c 35c 50c and 75c Orders taken for special size blinds at reasonable prices t gE Pg BARNES BROI BEAVER DAM KY i ffiS tIi JrAww fl 1JWIWl Mf N AANdN WWJiJI J oooo In Mk k EASTER EGGROLLING lnnu11 Carnival Enjoyed by Children on the f White House Lawn Ten thousand children varied in are and size and color perhaps 100 000 vivid hued eggs and upward of 110000 grown folks watching this strange amalgamation of color is the essence of the Easter egg rollin earnivgl in the Presidents back yard This monster eggrolling fete is a Custom which has been handed down from one generation of children to another Where and when it origi hated no person in this age his heen able to determine but all Washing ton combines to guard it as a privilege unviolate This great play time is not devoted cxcusively to the pastime wherein the colored eggs are an allimportant adjunct for many of the little visitors who have come unprovided with baskets of the fragile playthings spend th day skipping the rope playing with dolls sailing miniature boats in the great fountain basins or indulging in some other diversions dear to the childish heart Of course eggs de corated in many bright colors ear played in any one of u dozen ways constitute the reigning fad The older children in the vast assemblage sJon the White House lawn usually in in grants of toss and catch a pastime which is likely to seriously deplete the stock of eggs or egg picking which necessitates an even more prodigal use of the deli cate souvenirs of the day Pick ing consists in the striking of two eggs together until one or the other is cracked whereupon the owner of the shell which has failed to stand the novel test must surrender the damaged egg to his victorious com petitorAnother game of the same order may be played by two youngsters seated upon the ground several feet apart Each selects an egg from the basket at her side and simultaneously they roll forward the bright colored ovals with the hope of course that a collision will result and the relative strength of the two eggs be determined Every year finds dozens of new egg games invent ltlIUr The features of this gala day at the home of the President however which are likely after all to most deeply impress the casual spectator arc found in the beautiful democracy of the fete and the almost unfailing goodnature which prevails among these acres of children The junior members of the families of cabinet ministers and senators freed for once from the sovereignty of nurses en thusiastically roll eggs to the grimi est and raggedest little youngsters in all Washington Rich and poor black and white mingle together forI this one day on terms of perfect equality and strange as it may seem seldom does there creep to the sur face any manifestation of envy on I the part of the poorer children forI the possessions of their more fortu nate playmates It is only the hap py possessor of a gooseegg or tur keyegg who stands superior to his fellows in this vast assemblage ij Mayhap he is a piccaninny in tatter ed clothes but as the champion egg picker he is for the time being the idol of a band of loyal satellites IIfheresplague of Coughs and Colds that are so prevalent unless you take Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion Coughs and Colds Mrs Geof Wallsof Forest City Me writes Its a Godsend to people living int climates where coughs and cold sprei vails I find it quickly ends prevents Pneumonia cures LaGrippe gives wonderful relief in Asthma and Hay Fever and makes weak lungs strong enough to ward of Con sumption Coughs and Colds 50c and 1 Guaranteed by Z Wayne I I Griffin Bros drug store Trial bottle free 1Smaller ThanThe Bill iIIIllIbtbtown 1 eKe I which Gov I ernor Beckham vetoed was one that authorized the publication of a re ward for an escaped criminal in the county paper published where the crime is committed The presentt law provides for its being printed t in a paper at Frankfort that very few people ever see outside of that city The measure vetoed woull Z DO YOU KNOW Isthofor wonmlls weaknesses and all I tdtMxuuteontnlnlargequantltlrxorulenhol thodllIcal41maker of which Is not afrnlil to tnlco his ingdleut trimFavorltnIs tin on modlclno for women all tho Ingredients of which have the iiimiiallllcd endorse uncut of tho leading medical writer of the several schools of nrnctlcn recommend ing them for tho euro of tho diseases for ndvlsrdltrlb minerlr thorities praising the several Ingredients or which r medicines are made and dont forget that no other medicines put up for sale through druggists for lruCltKfJlWlIlIIlur I1I1Y1IIIIIIIIIItconspicuously Haunted eforn tho public nndsThe nil woman ecullnr wllIkll rangruemts thus banishing theperfalieal headache backaches lieurlugdown dls tress tenderness and clraglmg down wn gallons In lower alKlomeii by rakonhtgnluldlsagreeabiocaInrrhu- lIsiIt drains mud kindred symptoms Dr Ilerco and his stole of spiv clnllsts stay 1M consulted free by address Ing as alxive All corresjmndenco Is treated as sacndly con lilting In this way tho disagreeable tluulucsatullsrsuualexamfuatlouse JIrslcalAdviserand valuable chapters on tho dlsases ounlhuusaudreceipt of snfllcleiit In onecent stamps to pay cost of mailing only or 21 cents for a copy In flexible paper covers or 31 rents VIlercoDr IMercon fillet regulato and Invlg orate stomach liver and Innel Out a laxative two or throe cathartic certainly have been for the public It was a measure fathered by th Kentucky Press Association and passed by the Legislature almost unanimously It is a matter of no moment to tho News but why Gov Beckham should veto such a jus measure with the Legislature prac cally solid for it with the Press Asso ciation asking its adoption is beyond our comprehension It looks to us like the Governor in this matter was smaller than the bill Dont tie a cough or a cold up in your system by taking a remedy that binds the bowls Take Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar It is dif ferent from nil other coughsyrup It is better It opens the bowels expels all colds from the system relieves cough colds croup whooping cough etc An ideal remedy for young and old Children like it Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Virtueina Yawn Yawning is beneficial It serves the purpose of lung ventilation The lungs are not filled nor exhaust ed by ordinary respiration There is a certain quantity of air which physiologists call residual air left in the rcesses of the lungs after the ordinary respiration This in time becomes vitiated and affects the blood and through it the nervous center The result is a yawn which is really a stretching of tne respiratory chamber to its fullest ca pacity and the filling of it with freshly inspied air which drives the vitiat ed air out Yawning also opens stretches and ventilates the nasal auditory chambers in immediate connection with the mouthJgood does it do you to eat if IWhat fails to digest the food None It does you harmJ causes belching sour stomach flatu hence etc When the stomach failsl a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure after catIZ Wayne Griffin Bro m New Light on the Scriptures- A Former Bishop of the Episcopal Church of Indiana once preached to black congregation At the conclusion of tho discourse severalof negroes crowded about the preacher and praised his sermon saying it was the best they hadever heard One enthusiastic exclaimed Bishop you tot us things we nevah know befo Indeed said the Bishop gratified at the praise What was it I told you that you never knew before 11 Bout Sodom an Gomorrah Why Bishop I always thought they was a man an his wife Dont drug the stomach to cure a cough One Minute Cough Cure cuts the mucus draws the inflama lion out of the throat lungs bronchial tubes heals soothes andcures A quick cure of croup and whooping Cough Its constantly increasing use for many years tells of the fact of its absolute usefulness Sold by Wayne Griffin Bro m THE LINCOLN FARM Richard Loyal Jones Tells of Mr Colliers Plans About the Farm Richard Lloyd Jones managing editor of Collier Weekly accom paniedjby his mother and Miss Geor gie Hayden of New York Citywere her lastJMonday and Tusday says the LaLue County Herald to visit the Lincoln homestead and other points historically connection with MraJones as our readers know is the gentleman who bought the farm for Mr Collier and in conjunction with the latter gentleman first conceived the idea of converting it into a public park by means of scheme in which all the people might have fellowship and part In a very interesting interview with Mr Jones we found him very entthusiastic over the outlook as he assured us that his corps of seventeen clerks at head quarters are kept constantly busy entering subscriptions to the enter prise and that these subscriptions are increasing with a surprising and unin terupted steadiness from day to day We are glad to be able to make this statement as it will certainly tend to silence the croakings of the few doubting Thomases we meet Mr Jones says that the purpose Mr Col lier has in mind is not to make of pube sense that term but to erect on it a costly and elaborate museum hall together with other buildings where meetings wheretmen parts the country will discuss questions of political economy ethics morals and religion In addition to all this which is certainly a grand concep tion a portion of the farm will be devoted to the raising of corn and tobacco etc thus suggesting the simplicity which surroundedand characterized the place when the im mortal man whose name and fame all this is intended to commemorate first saw the light If you ever bought a box of Witch Hazel Salve that failed to give satis faction the chances are it did not have the none E C DeWitt Co printed on the paper and pressed on the box The original DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve never fails to give satisfaction for burns sores boils tetter cracked hands etc For blind bleeding itching and pro truding Piles it affords almost im mediately relief It stops the pain Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Prepare For Battle tMnjlMt Monitor Drin 1j Hon Jno R Ray informs us that the late legislature authorized Audi tor linger to appoint 123 officers to be called Inspectors One for each county and four for the State at large When we add these to the four hundrad men to be appointed by Mr Beckhams tnree Asylum commissioners we will have 523 good men and true to work for the machine and if we will add to this 93 prison guards we will have a grand total of 616 men who will owe their positions directly or indirectly to Mr Beckham and Mr I FIFTY CENTS theIconditions Igain from the use of Scotts Emulsion is very rapid For this reason we put up a fiftycent size which isIenough for an ordinary cough or cold or usefulias a trial for and children In other conditions the gain isIslowerhealth cannot be built up in a dayIIn such cases Scotts Emulsion must betakenIas nourishment a food rather than a medicineIIts a food for weak digestions Send for free mmDle Scott Bownc 409415 Purl St I CbemlatlNew York I 50CicdSloo All druggist Hager the two big bosses Should those appointees fail to do the political jobs assigned them when the yrimary comes on or should they refuse to pay the assessments demanded of them by the Campaign Committee the same men who ap pointed them can kick them out and put others in their places who will do their bidding j pardonIcdthey are throughout the state and I lead by trained political tricksters is what the unsalaried and unpar doned Demecrats of Kentucky will have to go up against in the next State primary Democrats who object to boss rule had as well begin to prepare for the fight which we believe will be the political annageddon of the unorganized grafters of the State The boss conspirators have been prepar ing for the conflict three years Hav ing monopolize the officers defeat ed Blackburn and made themselves solid with the corporations and trusts by passing no laws to which they ob jected and having increased the working force of the machine by half a thousand salaried workers they are bold confident and defiant But the people have this consola tion Bossism has never flourished long among Democrats If such ring ruled and boss ridden states as Pennsylvania and Ohio can free themselves from the grasp of their masters there is no reason why Ken tucky cant do the same But to avoid Republican rule the work must be done in the party If it is not done by the Democratic party it will certainly be done for it and the sooner we realize this the better Start now 100 Roward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dis ease requires a constitutional treat ment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the bloodand mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the fqundatiou of the disease and giv ing the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting na ture in doing its work The pro prietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that fails to cure Send for list of testi monialsAddress F J Cheney Co Tole do Ohio Sold by all druggists 75s Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Fighting the Mosquito The director of the Breslau hy gienic institute has announced the result of his mosquito war experi ments The first object was to de stroy eggbreaking females which were found in large numbers in Breslan cellers Fumigatiqn was used and the number falling on the papers placed on the floors often ran up to more than 2000 mosquitoes For destroying the larvae in pools of water fifty grains of larvicide was put into a cubic meter of water andI poured into the pool This kills all the larvae within half an hour but I ques1tionnow on Breslau seems to wage a systematic war againts this plague and other German pities suffering from mosquitoes are preparing to imitate its plans The soothing spray of Elys Liquid Cream Balm used in an atomizer is an unspeakable relief to sufferers from Catarrh Some of them describe it as a Godsend and no wonder The thick foul discharge is dislodged and the patient breathes freely per haps for the first time in weeks Liquid Cream Balm contains all the healing purifying elements of the solid formand it never fails to cure Sold by all druggists for 75c in cluding spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren street New York S a CASTORIAFor Infants and Children he Kind You Have Always Bought B8IUStheII i J rl3sSSS 3gs syys a sySs JceninpcrII Allow no ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger time health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Coatoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotics substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys WorniB nod allays Fcvcrlshncss It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho sloopTheGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature ofThe Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over SO Years Tit CCHTAUK COMMMT TT MURXAV THirT HCWTORK CUT 4OUR CLUBBING RATES TIrE REI UULICAN and Louisville Herald125rU- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 truE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 IIIE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 trUE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 TIlE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 Ttrl REPUHLICAN and TwiceaWeek Owensborolnquirer 175 Tin REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 TIlE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWcek Oboro Messenger 175 TIlE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLI- CANLftMUutflJW A GREAT OFFER On account of moving into new and larger quarters the Owensboro Business University Will make the following great reduction in rates on just fifty ineitherann Shorthand 8000 In this effort to reach a great spring enrollment we will onthe3000Theever 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 willbeA M FISHER PresI Owensboro Business University Owensboro Kentucky MV fllNJU11rw ON YOUR HUNTING TRIPB- einn ta b wortlr ei rOII STEV ENS ami you CANNOT oo at RIFLES from 225 to S1BOOD PISTOLS from 2 53 to 8000 SHOTGUNS iron 71MO 3300 Aikrcu le Vrtnll ilit5 nl Jr uotart Islet on MI popular nuke If lrate t ataof lour- Toucannota + ln ttl lp cm1 la hllooTINO YOU dlract tfrrtari rHirfii ouhl to h It Milled frifali upon receipt rorfouetenlnmmpew- eaulotptce Cute pteta Our attractive ttirttmlf Aluminum Hanger will bf teat aaywhtre for le cent U nan J STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL C- OrOIIuH9 Chicopee Flat Mm U S A i Subscribe for TIlE ARTF RP KEPUBLI CAN 100 per year inI dvancc i e Low One Way Colonist Rater Vies Big Four Route To w CALIFORNIAWASHINGTON s OREGON IDAHOMONTANA UTAH and Iritortncclintc territory Ticket oti Sato Molt 1 to Alny IB For full information and particulars as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or ad dress the undersigned wtumN rLvscnutartlncjntiaU Ohio S J OATKH OfnerM AK nt Inulvtll ICy H =n IHaltford Republican 1tuuedbythe llnrtlorl rnlillKhlng Company 1nu4roernsao1 EdllnrfI TFLSFSiOtS Oi Cum rlancS34f ouCh 2Svr 22- R APRIL 13 the label on your paper I r IExamine notify us has done very well THE new Easter hat is alright but the girls would look well any twaIE farmer is the only one who can starve the much despised Plutocrat I y SENATOR BAILY of Texas and Vesuvius were in eruption at the same time Tuesday IN A short time we hope to be i new and more commodious qua- rtersjequal to any city paper i IK YOU have the best interest of your town at heart you will stand by your Commercial Club AT this distanceit looks as though it would be cheaper for Dowie to organize another crowd of suckers HARTFORD will be the most im portant point between Madisonville and Louisville on the new railroad WE predict that Attorney Gener al Hadley will be nominated by the I Republicansand elected Governor of Missouri IT is solemnly announced in the regular annual statement that Lou isville is to have filtered water Octo r ber 1st The year is omittedII t TilE President and Senator Till man have joined hands on the rate bill As to the lion and the lamb in this case it is difficult to tell itiitiWilES Commonwealths Attorney Ringo stated the other day to the grand jury at Owcnsboro that the few rascals they have over there were imported he must have been speaking to the galleries They will sprout and grow just as well in DaI viess county soil as anywhere Ben if planted by the moonITHE Civil Service as now handed out at Washington is very elastic If the scalps of some officers are desired a mere infraction of the rules which would require a powerful telescope to discover is enough to satisfy the Commission On the other hand it has been noticed that when certain worthies are to be con tinued in office the telescope is reversed and they remain although they may have chopped up the Civil Service rules with a meat axe and waded through them up to their armpits The Commission seems to be willing to accommodate its find ings to suit the various Depart ments DELEGATES from various counties will meet at Greenville today un der call of the National President to organize a State Union of the Amer ican Society of Equity This is a step in the right direction Only by united effort and the most compact organization can the farmer hope to win in this great conflict with the I trusts which have been years in per fecting their plans of organization We are glad to see that the name of Ohio countys President is to be pre sented for President of the propos ed State organizatin No better man could be selected He has been faithful to his trust As the head of the organization in this county he has labored incessantly andwith great ability to make it a success We hope the first State organization will select for its first President David Moreland of Ohio county SOME BOYSMISTAKES Under the above head J L HarI bour in The American Boy saysI some things which we would like toy have instilled into the heart ifevery boy or young man who reads this paper So often our boys get the idea that it is the first mark of manhood t to disobey and o assume an air of indifference when offered advice by those who have bought it by years of bitter experience It is a 4 mistake for a boy to think that a dashing swagging manner will com i r01 mend him to others The fact is that the quiet modest boy is much more in demand than the boy of the swaggering type Many a boy has lessened his chances of success in life by acquiring in boyhood a pert smart dashing manner particularly offensive to men of real intelligent and refinement Modesty is as ad mirable strait in a man as in a woman and a wise boy will find it to his distinct advantage to be quiet and modest in manner It is a mistake for a boy to put too high an estimate on his own wisdom lie will find it to be to his advantage to rely on the far greater wisdom of those much older than himself And he will find it still more to his advantage to rely on Gods word for direction in all the important affairs of life It is a mistake for a boy to feel at any time in all the days of his boyhood that it is not his duty to be respectful and deferential to his father and mother The noblest men in the world have felt this to boyhoodnbut when their boyhood days were far behind them It is a bad sign when a boy begins to show signs of disrespect to his parents It is a mistake for a boy to suppose that there is any better or safer place for him than his own home after night fall The boy who forms the habit of running the streets at night is sure to fall in with evil companions for the better class of boys will be in their own homes at night Records of crime prove that many a boy has begun a criminal career by strolling the streets at night There isI no better place for young people than the sweet safe corner of the household fire It is a mistake for a boy to feel there is any better way of acquiring a dollar than by honestly earning it The real royal road to fortune is the road that requires honest toil and the giving the best one hasI to give in return for money received Every rightminded boy will want to earn his money and he will ask nothing at the hands of mere fortune It is true as Benjamin Franklin once said that industry and patience are the surest means of plentyIt a sad mistake for a boy to feel that religion is something in tended for women and girls and that it is unmanly for him to go to church and Sunday school The world has never known better or manlier men than those who have been faithful attendants at both churchand Sunday school Real piety is the foundation of all charac ter a scoffer at religion is never respected by those whose respect it is worth while to have It is a mistake for a boy to do anything on the sly The sly boy is sure to be found out and when he has once lost the confidence of his friends it is extremely difficult for him to regain it The wise boy will be as honest as the day Woe to him if he is not It is a serious mistake for a boy to feel that he can get along in life just as well without an education as with one Of course there are men who have attained high degree of I success in life with but a limited ed ucation but those men will admit that the degree of their success might have been greater had they had the distinct advantage of a good education For Sale or Rent Store room on Center Street Hart ford noted as the best grocery and confectionary stand in town Apply at THE REPUBLICAN office In Memory I Of Miss Prudie Ford who departed this life March 21 at Hartford bIcommitting suicide She was born in the year 1884 was twentyone j years two months and twenty one days She oldIi Run Baptist church and was baptized I She devoted eight years of her life to the cause of Christ and was a true and a faithful member I She has left a place vacant in the church which cannot be filled She was the Sunday school secretaryand one of the alto singers in the choir We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family We also extend many thanks to the citizens j of Hartford for the kindnessI they have shown to her hope to meet Prudie in the sweet beyond where sorrow never comes and parting will be no more j A FRIEND I A ylr e MM1 LnI1MaM11Y I WELL SATISFIED With Western Home Writes Ohio County Boy Occasional Sand IStorm DoesntsAatter Postle Okla T March 31 1900 To TilE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky I friendsJust one month ago today wife and I left our old Kentucky home and started for what used to be known as no mans land but now Beaver County 0 T On March 2nd we arrived at Hooker our R R town At first we didnt know whether we would be able to stay on the ground or not the wind was blowing so hard After we had gotten to a hotel we learned that the sand storm for such it was had been ranging for three days and nights but the next morning the real estate was not changing hands so fast We remained at Hooker three days in order to rest from our journey and then started for our future home 35 miles west from Hooker We arrived at Dr Tuckers an ex Kentuckian about 4 oclock that afternoonThis certainly a fine country The land is level and appears to be very fertilebut of course the fertility las to be tested yet Twelve mouths ago there was not a house closer than 3 J miles to where I am now but now there is a house of some kind on almost every quarter section as far as the eye can reach In what is known as Kentucky colony twentyfive Kentuckians have homesteaded land and are striving to build our future homes Already two sweet little babies have come to brighten the homes of two of us It seems strange to us sure not to have churches and schools but these things will follow later on The writer will preach tomorrow in a dwelling and we hope in a very short time to be able to build a house where we can have church and Sab bath school regularly I was told before I left Kentucky that it never rained here but last Tuesday found me 35 miles from wife and baby and it rained all day- long so I realized that it does rain here sometimes- To any one who is striving to getI a home themselves I would say come to Oklahoma Territory or at least somewhere in the west Here the plowboy has no hills to climb and no rocks or roots to contend with The air is pure and the water fine We are about 3100 feet above the seaI level Of course we will miss the cooling shade of the trees that we i were use to in old Kentucky for i there is not a tree nor vegitation of i any kind except buffalo grass an inch i high A L M j Here and in England j FreeTraders in this country defying the business depression which ex isted when we had a Democratic Tariff with its free raw material j provision from 1893 to 1S97 rehearse the old old story that the Tariff is a tax on the consumer i They forget that the Tariff tax is paid in no small degree by foreign sales to this country below the foreign price just as the Steel Trust sells cheaper in England than in Am erica They forget that domestic competition is so keen that except when trust conspiracies arise as they r arise in FreeTrade countries as well as in Procectionistconutries the Am erican consumer gets cheap wealth Fo r example when we were forced to buy all our tin plate abroad we were at the mercy of a foreign trust in a FreeTrade country We put a duty on foreign tinplate and within a remarkably short time American tin place works were competing with one another and giving us our tin plate at far lower prices than had previously been maintained Now when trust conspiracies enter the field and artificially boost the price of any article whether in Eng land or in America we of the United States can remedy conspiracy not by degrading the standard of American wages as we did under the last Democratic Tariff but by taking the Roosevelt clue of enforcing the law against trust conspiracy- To give force to this argument let it be noted that American labor was never so prosperous as today that the only danger to our industries lies in conspiracies such as those of life insurance wholly detached from the Tariff issue and other trusts where the franchise is preverted Today there is a crisis in FreeTradeI England where the beautiful free raw material and free cook material prevails SMALLHOUS April 6Mr G It Bishop has sold his farm near Smallhous to Mr Martin of South Carrollton consid eration not known Messrs John T Morton Dyer Garret and R E Eudaily went to Livermore with a batch of sawlogs Wednesday i Miss Cora Kimbley is on the sick listMrs Will Bullock who was taken suddenly ill Thursday is some bet ter Mr Marion Ball attended the wedding reception of Mr Rob Dun ham and bride at the home of Mr Richard Dunham Miss Augusta Geiger Fairest was the guest of Misses Lelia and Ethel Hunter last weekIMr T R Barnard and little dau ghter Ethel were at Smallhous yes terdayMessrs C D Ross and Luther Addington who have been absent from home for three years in the Franciscolhave yesterday April 5th Miss Qma Maddox has returned home from a visit of several days to her sister Mrs J C Hill near South CarrolltonMr Bilbro was the guest of Miv Cordelia Addington and family Friday nightITHE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems Henry Youtsey and Jim Howard in Frankfort penitentiary for complicity J in the murder of William i Goebel met for the first time within the walls of the prison Sunday and without exchanging a word shook hands Mount Vesuvius has become more I active than ever and the panic has spread to Naples No trace ramains the town of Boscotrecas antI Torre Annunziata has been deserted by its 30000 inhabitants Other towns are i threatened with destruction So far there has been no 500 deaths t Four hundred Shelby county farmers met at Shelbpville and took preliminary steps looking to the organization of the entire white Burley district and pooling of the tobacco crops in order to combat the com petition of the Trust Officers were elected and delegates were selected to attend the State meeting at Greenville April 1314 Money Saved i If you wish to save money buy your Groceries from SAUNDERS I CO IN THE FORD BUILDING ON MAIN STREET HARTFORDI No1 Granulated Sugar 18 pounds to the dollar The best Soda 4 I pounds for 10 cents Canned Goods of all kinds The best Coffee 5 per cent discount for CASHIWe give tickets with chase tus Come to see usISAUNBERS R Co Hartford Ky NOCREEK April 11Quite a number of ourIpeople attended the County of A S of E at Hartford last Sat I lay They report a vast amount of I business transacted The delegates I I all seem to be very enthusiastic in I the work We think it one of theI best unions we have ever I n Ohio countyIH C Simmons Heflin was in our neighborhood Monday on business Joe Johnson who has been on the sick list for several days is out again J F Wallace is no better He seems to be growing weaker all the time W F Steavens is busy looking after the roads this week Mrs J P Foster has returned home from Pleasant Hill neighborhood her son Arch and his wife came home with her to spend a few days Some plowing is being done this beautiful weather The Sunday school will be organized at this place Sunday John Holland went to Beaver Dam yesterdayr I Miss Myrtle Williford of this place expects to visit her mother i i I Ro1BaKing Powder Absolutely PureDIS- TINCTIVELY A CREAM OFtTARTAR BAKING POWDER- It does not contain an atom of phos phatic acid which is the product of bones digested in sulphuric acidor of alum which is onethird sulphuric acid sub stances adopted for other baking powdersI because of their cheapness Mrs C T Bairdof Beaver Dam this week Mrs Ann McC rmick and daughter Miss Belva attended birth bay dinner at Mrs Eldy Wards one day last week ROXEY April 10Jmnes McShcrry is a delegate at large from this place to the A Sof E convention at Greenville lath and 14th The third quarterly meeting will convene at Pleasant Hill church 14th md 15th Rev J II Embrv pastor Dr J D Walch P E Everybody s invited to attendIL A Sandefur went to Hartford SaturdayA of this placchappened to a very painful accident a few days ago While splitting slats he cut lis leg and it will be several days be i ore he will be out Miss Jonie Moseley is very sick Uncle Joe Williams who has been sick for some time is slowly improv ngLittle Bulah daughter of A B leach has a very painful felon on her hand Misses Clime Davis and Pearl Leach went to Cromwell Monday Clayton Hooker Pinchico was in this community Sunday Miss Jocie Embry Rob Roy visited friends and relatives at this place Monday and Tuesday Best wishes to THE REPUBLICAN RENDER April 10Jno S Spence was in Central City last Wednesday Gus Rock Louisville was here last Wednesday Chas Robison moved from here to Taylor Mines last Wednesday- J H Brown Central City was here last Thursday Hose Fulkeraon came in fnm Jaysonville Ind last Thursday II W Jones went to Louisville on business last Saturday He was ac companied by his son William Simon Jones was in Hartford on legal business last Saturday- I P Barnard Louisville was here last Sunday Sam Jennings was in Hartford yes terdayMoscow Taylor was in Central City on business yesterday Robert Blackburn and Harry liar ris and A T Sloan Linton Inrilire visiting relatives here Tom Dean Equality III is the guest of his brother Jus Dean Miss Mary Fillmore is very sick Vernon Cooper of Sullivan Ind was lure today Chas Corley of Odin 111 is the guest of Eb Andrews and family Notice to Creditors- All parties holding claims against thee state of Mary Bidwell decease an hereby notified to prLSnt same to me properly proven on or before the heforeverthemselves indebted to said estate will please call and settle W P RENOEK Executor 3914 Matanzas Ky OAISTORs4 BoJtlISJcllhnrt h MSBAAP F BBEa qK BB fH RANDALL T COLLINS Z WAYNE GRIFFIN h4 When in Louisville m mmiEUROPEAN HOTEL W The Home for Ohio County People W Elegant Clean Rooms and Polite JXCOLLINSp B B B D 6 Q 4 ep I f4F +FFF Yi4 +4 Ftt3F bf4FFrih + 644rfi++ i31M I BANK OF HARTFORD II CphtPQlr2ATIiI71NN2- e 10 I OOOOOSurplus I i Stockholders Addll Liability 4OOOOOO Securety to Depositors 9200000 is Cashiert0 i I jJ 1 I Spring HumorsImpure or effete matters accumulated 4din the blood during the winter cause in the such disfiguring and painful troubles as boils pimples and other eruptions also weakness loss of appetite that tired feeling The best medicine to take is Hoods Sarsaparilla which thoroughly cleanses the givinghealthyliver kidneys bowels and skin RriCIAU To meet the wishes of those who prefer mllrlne In tablet tine up llixl a Snrmparllla InVlmrolatwoatwl Miss Mlnnlo Lynch W Inch St Worcester skinduelshire IreUlnM In the taMeti the rurally prop ryes ethos of ateFotddoses ODe dollar e Hood Cu Lowtl 51saa mOo 4 FAIRS I 1 EASTER SPECIALS I fi a fi 41Desirous to mako Easter of 1 HOn one of our j K greatest business we are going to oiler some bi 4 special attraction through our entire house To = rido this we realize that we must give our trade serb 52 viceablo and stylist goods at a very low price So 11for Saturday ON Gland for CASH we oiler the 1- h 47 61 9 4ft t r 4 From 10 to II Oclock = 41 Yardwide Hoosier Brown Domestic Every J flbody knows the old reliably brand Actually U 41worth today and sold everywhere for c6e l 1 c Sold for onlyone hour at bJ tl U 41 U 41From 11 to 12 Oclock U 411Ve will put on sale our entire lino of Welt Spring U K Sold everywhere for Gc sometimes run j1 on special sales for 5c Our Easter price only 10 bij 41 yards to a customer AND FOR CASHU8 will be M U 41 U 41 From 2 to 3 Oclock U 1 Will bo on sale another shipment of those fine U wide Embroideries that sell regularly for 15c 20o U- lY 1tflcl25c Remember they are strictly now goods 41All desirable patterns with Insertions to matchbf 4Qonly CASH 5 yards at to a customer and for 10e yd t 4U4i From 3 to 4 Oclock U 5 Will bo our Easter Ribbon Sale This includes U 41our No 40 Ribbon all shades runs about four U 41 inches wide made of strictly puro Silk and a good = 41 heavy quality Our price for this 1 Sc yd r41 hour onlywill be 41bat4 The Bargain Givers41 U fi41 41 U 41 41 Y 941 U41 hf 4f4i DEALERS TIM t 41U41 ww Hartford Republican f FRIDAY APRIL 13 IIIInolsCentralRallroadTimeTable Norlh Bound Hnnlli Bonnd- Nol7ldu l11 a m No132 dye 040 a m No l22dne120opm Nololdnr24Spm NolOJdne48pm NoilH dnr848m Fresh Fish at City Restaurant Fresh Oysters at City Restaurant Try some of our Remnant Towl ingCARSON Co MyMyy what good eating at City Restaurant MrZ Wayne Griffin is in Louis ville on business My My aint those steak meals fine atCity Restaurant ti oa P bMu dzh + i N uYV Mr Clell Smith Taffy was a plea sant caller last Saturday IOh My do try that nice Fish at City Restaurant No bones Mr John King Westerfield wasa pleasant caller last Saturday Mr H A Park Clear Run was a pleasant caller last Saturday See our new Spring Hats all shapes and shades at Carson Cos Visit Miss Lida Morton for Milli nery Goods CARSON Co Call on Carson Co for Mens and Ladies Oxfords and Shoes Rev C I Kelley White Run made us a pleasant call last Saturday The newest things in millinery are at Long Cos Economy Store Have you seen Fairs Slippers The most uptodate in Hartford Mr J H Davis Taffy was a pleas ant caller while in town Tuesday u Easter Service will be held at the Methodist church next Sunday Bring us your Chickens Eggs Feathers Hams and LardCARSON Co Mr Watt Taylor Matanzas called to see us while in town last Satur day Dont fail to take in Sam Bachs Easter Clothing exhibition tomor rowAsk to see our Lace Curtains for only 100 at Long Cos Economy Store Mr A F McDaniel Falls of Roughwas a pleasant caller last FridayMr W T Keown Fordsville was a pleasant caller while in town last Saturday Mr Mansfield Hipsley Livermore was the guest of his sister Mrs S E Duke Tuesday Mr B iL Withers Narrows made us a pleasant call while in town last Saturday You need one of Sam Bachslatest Hats to make your dress complete on Easter Sunday We take great pride in our beau tiful line of Low Cuts specially brought on for Easter SAIl BACH Messrs J C Bennett W A Taylor and Esq W P Render Matan zas were pleasant callers Wednes day Mr Alfred Hurt Beaver Dam paid usa pleasant call while in town Wednesday Sam Bach has the Neck Ties and Collars that will make you look dressy on Easter Sunday For Sewing Machine supplies of all kinds call on or write to Gross Williams at City Restaurant Dont miss seeing our Umbrellas 250 values for 175 all colors at Long Cos Economy Store You will find the biggest assort ment of Linens ever shown in Hart at Long Cos Economy Store See our new Spring Suits double breasted square cut in Black Blues and Grays CARSON Co We have a nice lot ofSilks 36inches wide Black Blue Green Gray at 100 per yard CARSON Co Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tf Your boy will be proud in on one of our swell Boys Suits of which we have a large assortmentSAM BACH Mrs Sarah Collins Smith will get you up something entirely new for an Easter Hat at Long Cos Economy Store The prettiest cheapest and most uptodate things in Millinery and Dress Goods are at Long Cos 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 urtodate in ladies Beltsand Col lars for Easter at Long Cos Economy Store Black Birkhead have received another fine Jack for the season of 1906 This one is from Tennessee and a very fine one j Our double breasted Suits which will be on exhibition here Saturday is cut and made after the highest class tailors models SAM BACH Mr James T Sanderfur has ac cepted a position with Messrs Col lins and Griffin proprietors of Sennings European Hotel Louisville Mr John Pendleton Taylor arrived last Saturday from Beechmont KyIwhere he is attending school the guest of his parents Hon and Mrs H P Taylor Get on the inside of one of our nobby Gray Suits uptodate Shirts latest style Low Cuts Hat Collar and Tie and you will be fixed for Easter Sunday LONG Cos Economy Store Uncle Samuel Keown and wife Ferdsvllle were the guest of their son eK Sheriff Cal P Keown the j returnIedwill remain several days under treat ment of Drs Taylor andStanley B F Saunders will move in a few days to the Y M C A building on Center street- Something great to look at is ourIelegant line of Odd Pants for made in all styles SAM BACHI Miss Ethel Bennett accepted position as telephone op erator for the Cumberland Telephone Co at Beaver Dam For sale 150 acres of land within three miles of Hartford A bargain for cash Call on or address J P MILLER Hartford Ky 38tf Mr Cleve Tier left Wednesday for Princeton Ind where ho will be the guest of his sister Mrs Thomas Mullen for a few days Mr Marvin Mosely has resigned his position with Fair Co and ac cepted a position as clerk on the Steamer Bowling Green on Green river Miss Flossie Woodward entertained a few of her friends with a dumb party Wednesday evening in honor of Mr Hosea Fulkerson of Jason ville Ind- Editor C M Barnett left yester day afternoon for Greenville where he will attend the organization of the State Union of the American Society of Equity Mesers H Dupuisand J E Cham pagne Breaux Bridge L A who have been attending Hartford Col lege for the past two years left for their home yesterday There has been but one marriage license issued by County Clerk W S Tinsley since our report last week Melvin Griffith Livermore age 33 to Sallie Himes Hartford age 19 County Attorney E M Woodward and sister Miss Birdi Woodward will leave next Tuesday for San Angelo Texas where they will be the guests of relatives for about a monthRev A B Gardener will move with his family to our town in a few days where he will make his future home He will occupy rooms at the Mrs Julia Wedding reeidence on Union street State Commander of the Knights of the Maccabes M F Elkin delivered a lecture to the local order last evening on the insurance feature of the order Commander Elkin is be ing entertained while her by Knight Dr E B Pendleton Mr D J Coleman Beaver Dam traveling salesman for Coleman Bros Wholesale Dry Goods Mer cnantsLouisville wasa pleasant caller Tuesday Mr Coleman tells us that he is contemplating locating in Hart ford in the course of a year or two Mr Claudis Render who recently gave up a clerkship with Rowe Morton Centertown to learn the banking business with Mr Lon Rogers at Milton Ky has com pleted his preparatory work and has accepted a position as cashier with a new bank at Blanche Tenn A few misplaced headlines in E P Barnes Bros ad last week made it read somewhat awkward It was no fault of Mr Barnes that the error occurred the printer in mak ing up the ad simply placed the wrong heads on a few items Read issue it as corrected on page two of this I Tile condemnation proceeding of Madisonville Hartford and Eastern Railroad Co against C Lee Warden which has been on trial in county court since last Monday ended yesterday at noon and resulted in a verdict of 750 in favor of Warden which is 60 more than the commis sions allowed him When you need building material Such as Sash DoorS Blinds Shing les Pine Lumber Paints Oils Varnishes Builders Hardware Tools and in short anything used in the building or repair lines at reason abe prices call on James H Thomas Hartford Ky who is also funeral Director He keeps conpleto line of Undertakers supplies a fine fu neral car and team All calls given prompt attention Prices reasonable Eloped Near Fordsville Miss Leathe Marshall daughter of Wm Marshall who lives about three miles east of Fordsville eloped with a young man who was an unknown correspondent from the State of Ohio last Friday The father of the girl telegraphed to Irvington and had the young couple stopped by the authorities there but before he over took them they pot away again Miss Marshall is an attractive p n l rtew x v Good Things to Wear- For tHe Spring at SAM BACHS Economical buyers will find that our store is the place whore they can buy Spring Clothing HatsShoes and other goods at prices that will save them money on every purchase I There are many new designs out this spring in Mens and Boys Clothing and we have them all During the past year we almost denuded our stock of Clothing and wo have bought an enormous quantity of goods this Spring exercising the greatest care not to buy anything except what is uptodate as to style and quality We cordially invite you to call and inspect these goods SHoes For years wo have held the reputation of carrying the best line of Shoes in this locality and we are de termined to maintain our reputation of selling what the public acknowledges to be the best Our Shoes fit well wear well and maintain their shape We are showing a large display of Low Cut Shoes for Men Women and Children HatsWe have the Hat that suits and wears There is no bettor hat made than the Swan Hat except the Stet son and we carry both in all shapes and colors and at prices that will suit the fat or the lean purse The Swan Hat maintains its shape and color in rain or shine and always pleases the wearer 4 SHirts Ties Hose and Collar i Display wantinganyf out without purchasing for we are showing as grand a line if not grander of Shirts Ties Fancy Hose Col lars Suspenders Etc as can be shown at any store in Ohio county all uptodate and pleasing We can supply you with Trunks Suit Cases Telescopes Hand Satchels Etc We have a big lino of Calico Gingham LawnPercalShirtingCottonadeEtc FACTORY COTTON AT 6ic A YARD We kindly solicit your presence and will be glad to show you our stock Yours to please SAM BACH Hartford Ky young lady and her family is highly respected Notice All road overseers and road hands will take notice that they are re quired to put their roads in order and if they cannot work the whole roads now to advantage they can at least fill up the holes and may assign one or more hands for that special purpose designating the work to be done and the number of days that the road hand will be given credit for making such repairs Much complaint has been made to me of vehicles broken and public ways impassible it is my duty to re port all such complaints to the grand jury in May next and I shallaccord ingly do so This April 11th 1906 E M WOODWARD County Attorney Vote In Popularity Contest Below will be found candidates nominated and vote cast for each up to noon yesterday in TilE REPUBLI CAN Mammoth cave trip pop ularity contestDISTRICT No1 Cecil Barnard Beaver Dam 30 Darrell Sullenger Hartford 10 Ernest Me Coleman Beaver Dam 30 DISTRICT No2 Johnie Wallace Rosine 160 DISTRICT No3 Roy Crawford Olaton 10 DISTRICT No4 Roy Keown Fordsville 60 DISTRICT No5 Talmage Davis Beda fO Jesse C Smith Taffy 140 DISTRICT No6 John Morton Ceralvo 10 DISTRICT No7 Carroll Smith McHenry f0 Roy Brown McHenry 30 I I 11 e Sewing Machine 11 i BARGAINSWe SECONDHAND SEWING MA CHINES including all stand ard makes many of them as good as new which will be sold at unheardof prices Come to Saunders Grocery Store on Main Street in Hart ford and get the machine you want Every one a bargain They must go Come at once SAUNDERS CO I For the- Children o To succeed these days you must have plenty of grit courage strength How is it with the children Are they thin pale delicate Do not forget flyers Sarsaparilla You know it makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the general health in every way The ehlldren cannot polllblJ ban OOdhealth- unless the bowel are In proper condition Coo rest conitlnallon mill laxatlr data ofAjert Allncetlbleluproaled lra4by O Ayr Co LowerellWaIi lIAlt VIGOR AGUE tURf tiersCUERKV PECTOIAU We bari no eooreti I ws pnbtlih the formula of all our medicine r xf1i DISTRICT WAREHOUSE Favorea by the Delegates of the Green River District The district meeting of the tobacco growers association held at Owens bolo lust Thursday was a most enthu siasic one and was much more large lyatteded than any previous meeting Only delegates from the various lo cals were allowed to vote and of these there were from Ohio county 11 Daviess 3G Hancock 13 Mc Lean 11 Breckenridge 1 Muhlen berg 1 The special committee which had the matter of establishing a district warehouse and sales rooms in Owens boro reported in favor of the prop thecorn7which to arrange for financing the planThe report which was finally sub mitted at 1 oclock Thursday after noon is in full as follows I We the ways and means commit tee assembled at the Columbus ho tel beg leave so submit the follow ing report 1 After having discussed at length the wishes of the six counties in the Green river district we find a strong desire in favor having storage age therefor We reocmmend and urge that each county prepare for storing its own tobacco thereby sav ing a considerable expense 2 As Owensboro is the most centrally located point in the Green river district we further recommend in order to facilitate business that sale and sample rooms for the storage of type samples for sale of all tobasco in the Green river district should be in said city beleiving it to be essen tial that all tobacco of said district should be sold under one manage ment 3 Not having known the desire of each county until the committee met on this date we have not fully developed a plan whereby we may finance the Green river district Believing it to be good policy to pat ronize home capital providing in stip ulation they will agree to do as well by us as we can do otherwise we furthermore reccomend that if pos sible the several counties composing the Green river district unite upon the same plan of financing 4 We your committee respect fully submit the foregoing reports and further ask that reasonable time be given for maturing of the forego ing finance plans believing it to be so very essential to finance this move on a sound and safe basis S B LEE Chairman David Moreland Secretary J E Minnett S B Robertson J H Burney G S Wilson Queer Things In Nature The stories of vast shoals of sea snakes have been set down as of the ordinary variety of sailors yarns But of late Dr Becker of the United States geological servey saw a sight of this kind which proved the vera city of there tales Between Cuba and Jolo the ship passed through a sea of snakes for 100 miles Dr Becder computed that there were at least 5000 of them to eachsquare mile and that if the school of serI pents was as broad as it was long I there must have been 50000000 of them It was literally true that the sea was alive with them In every direction snakes wereswimming with gracefulconvolutions with heads and long thin necks thrust far out of I the water in true sea serpent style Fearlessness is one of the most striking characteristics of the sea snake and it adds greatly to the dan ger that is to be apprehended from them for it often leads them to at tack fishermen and swimmers and even to climb up the anchor chains and through the hawser holes and attack the crew And as the bite of overy one of the fifty known vanities is fatal there is great fear of them in the ocean spaces which they inhabitMen may have recovered from the bites of these serpents but there are cortainly none on record Most of their victims aye Malay and others native fishermen and shore dwellers and physicians rarely get to see them Statistics are not kept in that part of the world so it is impos sible to ascertain how many are killed in this way each year Travelers say that there is hardly a fishing village which has not its tale of death to tell During the year 1903 3091 per sons were convicted in Germany for adulteration were large a decrease of 6 per cent being noted for 1903 The largest number of conviction occurred at Berlin where an increase from 598 in 1902 to 645 in 1903 is shown For producing and keeping for sale and consumption unwhole some articles of food 748 persons were convicted in 1903 against 394 in 1902 This large increase is due to the offects of the inspection law of June 3 1900 In Berlin fiftynine persons were convicted for violating the provisions of this law against twentynine in 1902 For knowingly violating the rules with reference to animal epidemics especially those for the prohibition of imports to pre vent rinderpes as welle as the regu lation to prevent contagion in the transportation of animals by railroad and for the willful use ofarticles lia ble to spread contagious diseases be fore disinfection 931 persons were convicted against 1163 in 1902 showing a decrease of 20 per cent The Duke of Devonshire possesses as an heirloom Claude Lorraines Book of Truth which is said to be one of the rarest and most valuable volumes in Europe It is worthsix times as much as the Mazarin Bible the most costly book that the British museum can boast The late Duke refused an offer of 10D000 for it a e Christa C Fowler the Captain of the steamer which plies betweed St Ignace Mich and the Cheneaux is six feet nine inches in height and is the tallest boat captain on the lakes His brother Irving J Fowler is of the same height so is his father J K Fowler and his sister Flora Fowl e is over six feet tall re It is computed that farm proper ties in the eleven States that once seceded from the Union have risen in value more than 1000000000 in two years The average yield of these lands since this century began- is 200000000 ayear greater than it was in the preceding six years A Story of Matthew Arnold A curious story which the Spring field Republican thinks has escaped the biographers of Matthew Arnold and which concerns both him and the late Archbishop Temple has lately been told in regard to Ar nolds undergraduate days at Ox fordMatthew Arnold got leave at the last moment to take in logic for re sponsions instead of Euclid which he could never master The day be fore the examination he went to Jowett who was his master and asked how he could learn the subject in time as he was wholly ignorant of it Jowett said his only chance was to go to Temple andsee if he would try and teach him in one day Temple consented and starting about 9 oclock in the morning talkedcontinuously allowing two pauses of half an hour each for meals till past 2 oclock the next I providIcdHe lay back in his chair with tips of his fingers together sa theI from time to time What ful fellows they were Soon after 2 oclock a m Temple sent Arnold away to get some sleep after which he satisfied the examiners in logic He answered every Japan stionI litItiemine in the island means a State of suffering unknown in this country In ordinary times millions of the coun midstIofTheir diet would be called starvation fare in America or even in Europe Since the famine came on in the poor districts of Japan the people involved have had to come downi to scant portions of rice flour mixed with wild plants and boiled with a few beans Even this is not- I always obtainable and in some cases i parents have abandoned their children to go search for enough to keep themselves alive Wealthy Japanese contribute to the famine thuds and the Government is giving employ ment to thousands who are in distress But the country la impoverished by a war which drained the land where of resources to dissipate else 16 boo THE RABBIT AND EASTER I How the Little Animals Came to Be Connected With the Cele bration of the Day The part the hare plays in the ce lebration of Easter has nothing whatever to do with the resurrection of Christ It is a survival of Teuton folklore of unknown antiquity and its religious connection with nature workship and that phase of it in which the mocn was a chief divinity The hare became a symbol of the moon for several reasons because it comes out at night to feed because the female carries her young for a month representing the lunar cycle because the young are born with their eyes open and were fabled nev er to close them thus resembling the moon openeyed watcher af the night in one way or another there grew up a fund of stories in which the connection af the hare the lunar period and the paschal full moon which fixes the date of Easter deve loped so that it gave rise to many popular customs in Germany among the Scandinavian people and in Eng land The queerest bit of this folk lore is that of the white hare which the children are told comes into the house on Easter eve and leaves in corners eggs adorned in beautiful colors which every good child may have The egg was in religious legend from the oldest time a symbol of opening life and of immortality and naturally of the resurrection so here we have the people coupling the two As for the rabbit he Is not the same as the European hare but he is his nearest American congener and other legends concerning the I rabbits foot and the full of the moon exist among the negroes of the south Mines Ablaze For Ages Through a long line of cliffs from I Colorado to Central Utah and then j southwest toward Arizona exten sire beds of coal are found and cent geological investigation intoII this coal formation of the far has developed what may be burning mountains or coal beda fire with surface indications of con stant combustion for ages past Like other coalproducing of the Rocky Mountain StatesI coal fields of Utah are widely separated and even the known fields have been comparatively little explored therefore very little is known of their productive- area The edges of these beds come to surface in these cliffs nearly 1000 feet above the bordering desert and in ages past this coal has burned into the mountain cliffs until smothered by the accumulations of ashes and covering of superincumbent rocks In places the heat of this burning coal has been so intense as to melt the rocks From surface appear ances the fires have gone out in these cliffs but at one point in the can yon Prince river where the coal is mined the rocks are found to miInqlSfear the fires would break out Other coal fields lie in the desert west of Green river At two places near tributaries of Fremont river the coals are burning and have been without cessation since they were discovered by the earliest explorer At certain intervals as the burning of the thick beds progressesproduc ing cavernous spaces ill the earth the rocks cave in forming vents for the freer circulation of air Then the coal burns more fiercely and the heat becomes so intense as to even melt the rocks The origin of these tires has been the subject of much I speculationThree are commonly heard among the people the Mor ions who inhabit this peculiar country where the mountains One explanation is that burnI has by chance struck the these coal beds at various times since the mountains were lifted up Another is that forest fires raging in the mountains came in contact with exposed coal The more thoughtful point out that for forests fires to occur Still another and more common buildtheiring ledges of the mountains against the coal and it was thus ignited They point to the fact that there are ruins of the habitations of cliff dwellers here and that in their day the coals began to burn The coal miner in this region sees still another possible cause for these fires In the dry mines and the most of them are dry mines they observe that when a quantity of wa ter is thrown upon a heap of dry coal it spontaneously begins to burn and if not protected will burn the mineNow it can be seen that if the rocks are rent by some subterrane an causeas sometimes happenslherc may be a sudden access of water to the fresh dry coal causing sponta neous combustion OASTOllXABUll teelist Kind YJJ Haw Alwrs Bllgb Iaatnre zat b Vegetarian Athletes It would almost seem that athletic records are set up by meat eaters only in order that they may be knack ed down by vegetarians says the London Daily News Last year George Allen knocked seven days oil the walking record from Lauds End to John 0 Grants and now B A Olley has lowered the unplaced cycling record over the same route by eleven hours which is a feat that is likely to remain unequaled for some time to come Strict training is indispensable to those severe athletic feats andaI most important part of that training depends upon diet It Is not true that those repeated victories by veg etarians are the best advertisement that cause hasIThe grand challenge has not yet been won by a vegetarian crew or I even the diamonds by a graminivor ous schuller but it certainly seems that the physically active man whose inII like George Bernard Shaw owe to the things they eat or do not eat is a question that will take longer to- threshout At any rate the day has gone by when vegetarianism was lookedas a mild but fairly certain from of suic ide Living indoors so much during the 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LAND j Southwest Offcers Best Oppor tunities for Securing- Homes i I Many farmers in the Northern and i Eastern states are yelling their high priced lands and locating in the Southwest Many who have been unable to own their homes in the older county are buying land in the new country Unusual opportunities exist along the lines of the Missouri Iacific Iron Mountain Route The rich alluvial delta lands and river bottom lands nt Southeast Missouri Eastern Arkan sacs Louisiana anti Texas capable of producing CO bushels of corn a bale of cotton 1 to 0 tons of alfalfa 150 bushels of potatoes and other grain vegetables and hay crops can be bought for 7f0 to 1500 per acrea When cleared and slightly improved will rent for 100 to 600 per acres cashUplands more rolling lighter soil adapted to fruit growing peaches pears plumbs grapes berries also melons tomatoes and other vegeta bles can be bought for 5000 to 1000 per acre in unimproved state Many places with small clearings and some improvements 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Drawing Room Sleepers Composite car Observation carI cnIrouteVia the Unnd of the Sky Pull man Sleeper leaves Louisville 715 i p in daily running through to l Knottsville where connection is made at SH5 a in with through I Leper to Jacksonville via Ashville 2 lumbia anti Savannah arriving at Jacksonville 9 a in Winter Toiirist Tickets j Good returning until May I1st are now on sale daily at Low Rates Variable ToOls Going via Ashville amito Land of the Sky and Sapphire I and returning via Atlanta and GnatI anooga or Vice Versa For the Land of Sky Winter Homes or other handsomely illustrated hook lets folders rates etc address any agent of the Southern Railway or CHHUNGERFORD DPA KyGSt Louis Mo j W C RINEARSON G P A Q i C Routo- Cincinnati O HISTORY OF EASTER Day Commemorates Resurrection of ChristA Movable Festi val Among Christians Ililiiiwi mil lulu rd1 It is well known that in the early Christina church for a long series of years warm disputes took place as to the proper date on which to obi serve Easter The churches of Asia Minor following what is called The tradition of St John kept the fourteenth day of the Jewish month Nisan The western churches how ever supported by the churchat ferusalellllnda few others said it was necessary that a Friday should always be set apart to commemorate Christs death and a Sunday Ills resurrestion The contest grew so warm that each side excommunicat ed the other Surely trivialities could hardly go much further It is difficult for us to imagine that our fathers could have disputed and separated the one from the other over a matter of this kind but it is true that the apple f discord which seemed to the people of that age to be made of gold to their successors appears to be made only of iron or clay With us as is well known Easter is what is called a movable festival It is always held on the next Sabbath after the vernal full moon with the exception that of vernal full moon should fall on a Sunday then to avoid all conformity with the Jewish practice Easter is kept till the following Sabbath The vernal fool moon is that which either takes place on March 21 or on the next date after March 21 If the vernal full moon falls on March 21 mill that day happens to be a Sunday then Easter cannot be held till April 20 which is the latest date on which Easter can fall the earliest being March 22 This is certainly a very mechanical contrivance and one which most people find it difficult to understand or remember Owing to obvious connection be tween faster and Jewish Passover the French call the former Paques from the Hebrew Pesechwhich means a passing over and obviously somesuch title as this would be more appropriate than ours which comes from the Saxon goddess Eostre be lieveed to be same as the Syrian As tarte and the Greek and Roman Ven us who was specially worshiped in the spring season as the mother and giver of animal and vegitable life From tha earliest ages various customs and superstitions have asso sociated themselves with Easter As believedIwater was and that all cattle knelt in their stall in adoration of the infant Savior so it was held that Easter the sun danced in honor of Christs resurrection A Badly Burned Girl or boy man or woman is quickly out of pain if Hucklins Arnica Salve is applied promptly G J Welch Tekonsha Mich says I use it in my family for cuts sores and skin injuries and find it perfect Quickest Piles cure known Best healing salve made 25catZ Wayne Griflin Bro drug store Dogs Eat A Church From the loneliest mission stati on in the world on an island 700 yards broad in the remote Arctic regions north of Labrador the Rev E J Peck has reached England after a perilous voyagein a fiftyton schooner The missionarys first church at Blackwella Island Baffin Land was made of sealskins but met with an untimely fate being completely des troyed by Esquimau dogs In spito of privations Mr Peck and his colleague Mr Bilby gave regular teachings to the neighboring Esqui maux and translated the New Testa ment and Gospel into Baffin Land dialect Nothing will relieve indigestion that is not a thorough digestant Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat andallows the stomach to restre cuperategrow strong again A few doses of Kodol after meals will soon restore the stomach and diges tive organs to a full performance of their functions naturally Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m OASXOeXABean thethe Kind YOU Han Always Bought 1IJc thPren1erTYPEWRITERS appeal to your sense and your senses k They have the light touch which makes for speedand attractive writing THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER COMPANY Syracuse N Y Branch Stores Everywhere l3rancl1 Office 134 Wcit FourUI street Clrtclnnnti Otsio I tryeubJ r4r we MANS WEAKER HALF One Side ofmOOdY Always I Stronger Than Other tbeI The popular belief is that the left side is weaker than the right and as in all popular beliefs there is much truth in this In most cases says Grand Magazine the right arm is decidedly stronger than the left the bones are larger and the muscles more vigorous When we come to consider the low er limb howeer we find precisely opposite state of affairs the left leg fs stronger than the right in the great majority of cases This want althroughIwe see and hear better the left than with the right ear o vice versa Notonly so an injury to the bodya burn or a cut for instance causes more pain on one side than it would were if inflicted on the other Even diseases attack one in their first onset in preference to the other Eczema varicose veins sciatica and addeven tuberculosis begin invari ably to manifest themselves on our weaker side A blistering plaster too will provoke an eruption only if applied to the right side in certain individuals in others only if applied the left side The simplest way apparently of discovering which is our weaker side is to observe which side we lie upon by preference when in bedas it is certain that we will instinctively adopt the attitude which is Riost agreeable or rather whichcauses the least incenvenience in other words we will lie upon the side the muscles of which being more vigor ous are less sensible to the pressure upon them of the weight of the bodyStatistics and observation go to prove that in about three cases out of four is the left side which is the- weaker thus giving reasons to the- popular dictum Curiously enough however pneumonia it has been notic ed unlike most diseases usualat tacks at first the rightthat is to say the strongest side of the body Blood Poisoning results from chronic constipation which is quickly cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills They remove all poisonous germs from the system and infuse new life and vigor cure sourstomach nausea headache diz ziness and colic without griping or discomfort 25c Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffon Bro druggist The Babies of Arabia The life of a baby in Arabia es pecially of the upper classes is peculiarly difficult A royal babys first toilet there consists in winding about its body after it has been care fully bathed and perfumed- If the child be a girl on the sev enth day after her birth holes usual ly six in number are pricked in her ears and when she is two months old heavy gold rings attached to them to be worn throughout her lifetime except during periods of mourning relatives On the fortieth day the babys head is shaved and the dispos al of the hair is regarded as a very weighty matter It must not be burned or carelessly thrown away but buried thrown into the sea or hidden away The fortieth day marks a turning point in the childs life Heretofore it has only been seen by few but now it may be seen by anybody and is regarded as fairly launched on the tide of existence Several charms are attached to its body for protection against the evil eye Everything the child uses is per fumed and covered at night with jessamine and before it is used fum igated with amber and musk and sprinkled withatter A Young Mother at 70 My mother has suddenly been made young at 70 Twenty years of intense suffering from dyspepsia had entirely disabled her until six years ago when she began talking Electric Bitters which have completely cured her and restored the strengthand activity she had in the prime of life writes Mrs W L Gilpatrick of Danfort Me Greatest restorative medicine on the globe Sets Stom achLiver and Kidneys rightpurifies the blood and cures Malaria Biliousness and Weaknesses Wonderful Nerve ToniPricu 50c Guaran teed by Z WayheGriffin Bros drug storek l yp STRONG AgainIs StovalofTiltonGasaid after taking Kodol Dyspepsia LCur Hundreds t1 atotlaerwukwomen being re- storedI to perfect health by this rem edy YOU may be well If you will take It- Indigestloncauses nearly all the sickness that wamsfim have It deprives the system of nourishment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased KodolfDyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole tome food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belching heartburn and all stomach disorders Digests What You Eat DolluttUliboUiltt I I hquN U qo uk I limn M rug M Us rturrtisajx trtduSOaHshe I I aaOUu e1a Holt by Z WAYNK UKIf FIN Big Four Route EXCURSION BULLETIN For April 1906 Minnesota North and Sooth Dakota Manitoba Western Ontario Saskatchewan flssin jiboiaanflBlliBrtagSffiX tiers tickets Dates of sale April 3 10 17 and 24 1906 I returnnin Indiana only Dates of saleApril 24 and 25 190- 6Northern Michigan SSmHomeSeekers Excursion April 10 and 24 May 8 and 22 California Washington Ore gon Idaho Montana Utah and Intermediate Territory Special one way second class colonist tickets on sale daily to and including April 7 1906 San Francisco and Los An geies Cal And return Dates of sale April 24 to May 4 1906Mexico One way second class colonist tick ets on sale daily to and including April 7 1906 Apply to nearest Big Four agent II S R1IEIN Gcnl Pass Agt- Cincinnati 0 S J GATES Gen Agt- Louisville Ky Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAINROUTE n Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas- most direct line via ST LOUIS ANB MEMPHIS Through Pullman ileeplne and tree reclnnj Iflntmonth Descriptive literature maps pamphlets folders etc on application H C TOWNSEND RTO MATTHEWS lasIrasnndtri 1rmtiag Pitsecgtr Iru- ttranmuiiT 15015 Firstclass typewriter paper for sale at this of fice cheap Cumbeland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Co Tncororpoteil lucres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumberland Telephone In my residence and place ot business My business has Increased and my wifes voice Is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition B H PfiTE Mgr WIlfJ D I lmYOhto County Circuit Court TKIIIrkhiad Judge lien D Illnuo Attorney Oioar illdkltt Jailer Ed U Ilnrrnii Clerk Frank JeUx Muter Com mldonerY1MoaeleyTrustee Jury Fund f H II Martin Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sheriff H A IlrnUher I I Crowder E II Magnn Grant Pollard JtVCoartronreneeflrat Mon day In March nod August and continues three weeknand third Monday In May and Norember two week- sContycaurtW II Taylor Judge WH TlnJyClrk 11 Woodward Attorney Hart lord tiJCourtconvealllllrat Monday In each month MondayInCourt of Claims Conrenes ant Monday In Jan nary Taeedoy alter second Monday In October Other Omcere X Morley Surveyor shrews 8 W Ieach AMeMorIlob ItoyJnmea DeWeee School Superintendent Hartford Geroine Allen CoronerJIngo7Motlc Court- N ttarraes Deaver Dam March 34 Jane 23 September 24 December 24 tv1 Miller Homo Branch March 28 June 23 September 25 December 20 W 8 Dean Dundee March 27 Jnne 20 September 20 December 27 wiiEdge FordiTlllo March 28 June 2 September 27 Derem ber 28 1111 Chamberlain IledaMarch June IS September 2S December 29 Herbert Header Centertown March 30 Juno 29 September 29 December 30 September3Zaastford tcllc Court It n Wedding Judge JM Qlenn City At torney Seth Moieley Marshal Court con vene second Monday In enchnionth IJ Ueioiiu S rvlc ME Church South Services third Sunday each month at 11 am and 7 p m and aecon Sunday at 7 pm Prayer meeting every Wednea day evening liar J A Lewis Iastar Baptist Church Services held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Rev A B Gardner pastor C P Church Services lint Sunday In each month at 11 am and 7 pm Rev J D Mar ned pastor School Trustees Hartford CMCrowe J 8 Glenn Dudley Ford 11 E Thomas Dr E II rendletonCltjConncilJ H Williams Mayor CM Crowe Clerk It E L Slmmerman Dr E II Pondleton A D White Wm Fair Wn Bean Dr J W Taylor Qacxet Cocl tl B A 0 U W met first and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 675 Pt A Masons firs Mondlrjr night In each month Hartford Tent No 09 Knight of the Mace a bees every Tharsday night Rough lllver LodgeNo 110 Knights Py thlo meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Ioet No4 0 A Roo hold regular meetings Sutnrdaybefore5ret Sunday In earn month Southern Raiway Shortest ani Fastest Lines 3iTSJOM Lexington ani Louisville TU I 101118 unU the WestT- wo trains daily as follows Leave Lexington 610 a m Lou isville 900 am arrive at St Louis 612 p m Carrying vestibuled coaches and CafeObservation Par lor Car Meals a la carte through 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 at 111 lost Main St Lexington Ky 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky or Union Depots THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner A positive CATARRHCURB Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Giles Rsllel at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects the diseased mem brano It cures Co tnrrh and drives awn a Cold In thO Head quickly Ito HAY FEVERstores tho Senses of Taito nml Smell Full size GOcts at gists orb snail Trial Size 10 eta by mall lilyBrothers 50 Warren Street Nexl arks 1 l Wl W 5S S J TCHENOWS ANNOUNMENT Ii SPRING II McHenry Kentuckyfu j Again it is our pleasure to say to our friends and customers that we have on display at our stores in Mellciiry as large S a collection of Merchandise as will be found in our county In offering to the public this complete line you are assured of the fact that each item is bought and sold solely on its merits remembering that in each purchase and each sale style 6 I quality and price appeal directly to out customers I 0 Early Spring MillineryI- t is no wonder that in this department we are the proud acknowledged leaders when we take in ques 67 tion the immensity of our stock and the great 9 originality and list inc tivoness of its manage 9 ment Miss Pirtle has 6 in each individual pur chase displayed her usual taste and correct r ness keeping constant ly before her mind in all her purchases the one great aim to please This line is beautiful i and endless embracing Jtho quaint readyto and the beautiful pattern Our style t4a and price ave never questioned Miss Pir tIe has prepared tor her 11 usualrush and eaclc personal amIall mail orders will be handled with dispatch Dress Goods Silks Waistings EtcI- t It has been our good pleasuro to receive much comment f on this line as to its extensiveness its beauty and low price No market has to oiler anything newer than we have had 6t9 access to and we have availed ourselves of every opportunity so that our customers may be benefittect thereby All the newest things in patterns colors weaves and fabrics are shown here You have access to no better collections and our prices and patterns will appeal to you Silks in all col ors from 50c per yard to 150 Waistings of every descrip cc tion 5o to uOc New Holts Hair Combs Wrist Bags and Neckwear all new and the latest We will interest everybody who visits this department Of Interest to Young Men Our loafing depart ment has always been the source of much Mcncb Callorclt Clothes comment but this season we are more than pleased with the man ner in which this line is being received The department om braces all the new styles which fashion has created in the diflerent lengths makes and fabrics and the particular dresser young man can have no fear of his dress if it be made up from time strong line Our Fur nishing department is equally good anti has won for us quite a reputation Young man if you wish style and prim to figure for you in the purchase ofyour Suit Hat Collar awl Tie Fancy Vest Un derwear HosieryShoes or Oxfords visit this department To the Housekeeper With the coming of Spring every house will pur chase something new for beautifying its interior We can furnish your want in Carpets Mattings Floor Oilcloth Rugs Druggets Vindow Blinds Lace Curtain Scrims and retons All new aunt at prices to suit every buyer Or perhaps it may bo Furniture you will buy Our furniture stock is complete in every detail and our MrBishop who has charge of this department has made the prices easily within your reach If you are interested in Furniture you do not want to miss this department ReadyMade IA1tdOur sale of Skirts and Petticoats has always been very satisfactory but our purchase this season must necessarily create a greater sale A beautiful collection of Dress Skirts ranging in prices from 125 to 8 Sateen Underskirts from 50c to 3 Ask to see our 5 Silk Petticoats I CONVINCING FIGURES I r Price without quality is nothing in the eyes of any buyer but when we combine both we have an argument ofno little force Remember the following prices Hoosier Cotton 5c Hope Bleach 71c Antrim Lawns 4c Ladies Hose lOc at other f places 15c Ladies Handkerchiefs at t c15c White Embroideried Belts at 10c Standard Brands of Calico 5c and in fact we believe our prices on our entire stock will appeal to any shrewd buyer Remember that at Tichenors your money or your Produce has as great purchasing power in all lines and in many lines a greater purchasing power than elsewhere and that at Tichenors you have as large a stock to draw from embracing all the latest products in every line that our markets offer 4 Come to see us we will convince you that we are progressive that our every department is right in line with the best that our prices are conservative and that our interests are mutual We place our entire stock and working force at your service and await your commands r CM iJ I r G McHENRY KENTUCKYL4Rf rP nAJy1 QT1S1 Iof 11 ry y A Sr1 A + Itr2 l to r f vVV T 7Y ij rt1vVf v Jt =