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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iR fl l II J 1 t ttzrtfetb Uqrnhiican V H P Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL H IIIT IN Till REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Yearn m n VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 20 1906 No 40 DAVID MOBELUD ELECT- EState Union American Soclet of Equity at Greenville Pays High Compliment to Worth y Ohio County CitizenEnt- husiastic Meeting Delegates from seventeen counties met at Greenville lust Friday and launched the Kentucky State Union A S of E under the most auspicious conditions In a most methodicaland business like man ner those having the initial details in charge went about their duties It was the earnest desire that no hitch should occur that would indi cate that there was any truth in the charge which has been freely made by enemies to the effect that the i j farmer didnt have sense enough to organize Thursday night a committee work ed on a program until a late hou and when the delegate assembled housejerthin that the work of the convention moved with perfect smoothness If anyone representing the no sense element was there expecting to see the farmers display ignorance he must have gone away sadly dis appointed Not only did the work of the convention and speeches o f delegates display marked abilitybut 4in earnestness of purpose and un bounded enthusiasm In accordance with the arrange ment of programme committee the meeting was called to order by E l L Davenport President of the Na 1tional Tobacco Growers Association After an earnest prayer by Rav A L Mellof the Methodist church an eloquent address of welcome was Jt delivered by Judge T J Sparks ef Greenville A fitting response was made in behalf of the delegates by Dr 1 W McGinnis of Henry count Mr Davenport and C Hayes Tay lor were elected temporary Chair man and Secretary A committe- on credential was appointed an while it was passing upon the roster from the various counties able speeches were made by a number of delegates The committee on credentials reported seventeen counties represented by duly accredited dele gates The report was adopted The convention then adjourned until 230 p m on account of the paradewhich took place at 1 oclock and which was a pleasing feature of the meet ing Those who took part assembled at the depot and headed by th Daviess county A S of E ban I marched through the principal streets in a mighty throng being 4f reviewed at the opera house Upon assembling in the afternoon Hon Henry Overstroet of Davie- seountywas elected permanent Chair man and T T Barrett of Hender son permanent Secretary Both made earnest and well timed speech es Upon motion committees were appointed on Constitution and By- Laws rules and order and resolu tions The convention then adjourn ed to meet at 730 p m Upon reassembling the commit tees on Rules and Order and Resolu tions reported The resolutions af ter endorsing the call for the meeting to organize the State Union congratulated the convention upon the bright prospects which had I come to the farming class through the Society of Equity lecommend completetdistrict It also advised that the Iiacreagebe curtailed and that the divided into districts cor responding to the various types of tobacco and that each district beI empowered to fix the price for its type The present plan of prizing II slid handling was endorsed The f lorUt of both committees were I Mdd6pted unanimously The committee on Constitution and ByLaws after several hours continuous labor brought in are J 4 xjij satisDt1 adopted without debate It pro JovYfor number of officers and defined their duties The State officers pro vided for are President Vice Pros ident Secretary ami TreasurerState Organizer and five Directors one of whom shall be the State Presi dent Nominations being in order for State officers Hon A B Tichenor in a model nominating speech plac ed before the convention the name of David Moreland of Ohio county for President There being no oth nominations Mr Moreland was elected by acclamation with great enthusiasm He made a brief speech of acceptance which was well received The rest of the officers were chosen as follows without contest Vice President T rett of Hemjerson county SecretaI ry S B Robertson of McLean county State Organizer S N Rob ertson of Daviess county Directors- r J H McConnell Caldwell county h W McGinnis Henry county S B Lee Davies county and Ben Watson Webster count This completed the business of the first meeting of Kentucky Union American Society of Equity It was a success in every feature Every step taken to launch the State or ganization was made with care and mature judgement While there was some disappointment among the Da viess county delegation because of their failure to land their man for President yet they had nothing but good words for Mr Moreland and the meeting came to an end with good feeling and hope of success pic tured on every face The officers are all good men and true Under their guidance the entire State vibe U organized as rapidly as possible NOTES Our county reported 39 out of 40 delegates present Ohidcounty is the best organized Equity county in the world The Daviess county Equity band composed of farmer boys mode excellent music during the sessions frd0 m plenty of good things to cat to a free opera house in which to hold meetingsHenry had the distinction of furnishing the largest and small est delegate although our own and only John P Foster was a close second for the latter honor IWhen the Ohio County delegation twas asked to report to the creden tials committee it looked as the entire audience was from our tdo gates from your county not the en tire membership After everybody conceded that coung ty on earth to keep their delegation in good humor they claimed to have the only colored delegate and put him up to make a speech It has since been learned that he lives in Ohio county near the line Wants to Bring Suit Ilfirdlnibnrir l emocrnt Wm Marshall of Fordsville where last week consulting Murray Murray about bringing suit against parties at Irvington who aided his daughter to escape from tho custody of Marshal Adkisson who hadarrest her upon Mr Marshalls telegraphing him to arrest and hold her Miss Marshall and Mr Martin with whom she eloped reached Wisconsin his home and telegraphed for her fathers consent to their marri age He gave his permisson and afIterwards after romnatic elopement o Notice All parties interested in the Milton Taylor graveyard are requested to meet there on the 27th and 28th of this month for the purpose ofc cleaning said graveyardJo STATE PRESIDENT FOR KENTUCKY AMERICAN I SOCIETY OF EQUITY I I j I j DAVID MORELAND- Was born in Owen county September 20 185S He was a citizen of Da viess county from 1884 to 1900 and has resided near Hartford in thi county since He has always been a farmer and a successful one HARTFORD BANK ROBBER e f George Gray Again in Custody Charges With Robbery ot Sturgis Bank George G Gray was brought frot the Eddyville penitentiary Saturday j and placed in jail charged with being one of the men who the Sturgis bank in 1901 robbedI Morgaiifield Sun The Bank of Hartford was robbedI January 22 1902 by four men whom were afterwards arrested andI sent to the penitentiary Gray was given five years When his time ex pired he was immediately placed un der arrest for the Sturgisbank rob bery The Sturgis bank was robbed De cember 12 1901 and the robbers sue J ceeded in securing nearly 4000 I It was a neat piece of work in much as the safe was blown an escape made without arousing the citizens Companyhthe Sturgis bank was insured claims to leave a strong case against Gray in fact will introduce evidence to show where the Sturgis bank robbers went immediately after this burglary following them up to the Hartford robbery There were four men con netted with the Sturgis robbery though only two of the men who did the work at Sturgis were on the job at HartfordIIt is claimed also that Gray serv ed a term in the Tennessee penitentiary under the name of Frank Hussey j upJof this month State Committee Rules The State Central Committee has had printed for distribution the Rules of the Republican Organiza tion of Kentucky Members of the party who desire a copy of this book should wend a two cent stamp to cover postage and address THOS L WALKER Sec Room 207 Illinois Life Bldg Louisville Ky IJoined the U S Army son of Mr Luther Neel of Narrows Ky enlisted on April 13th as a private in the U S Army at the recruiting office at221J W Main St Owensboro Ky Young Neel enlisted for the Field Artill and was sent to Jefferson Barracks at St Louis b1ofor his pre liminary education in the duties of a I soldier prior to joining his proper company He passed an excellent physical examination and is enthusi astic on his bright prospects for an homi g ofilees now at Vincennes and Evans Ownensbdro Ky- CONTRACTORS ON HAND Many Bids Will be Filed for Con struction of M H E Railroad Contractors fifteen or twenty in number are looking over the route of the Madisonville Hartford Eastern Railroad with a view of filing bids for the construction of the road This coterie of contractors repre thedas good for all practical purposes as a bond executed for its construction Governmenthmore be represented within the next few days Bids will close on the night theiabout the 1st day of next month Bids are being received on the road in three sections and as a whole Whoever is awarded the contract will sublet to smaller firms It is quite sure now that the work of construction will begin not later than the tenth of next month A Correction Editors REPUBLICAN Dear Sirs In last weeks issue of TilE REPUBLICAN in giving the proceedings of the County Union you make me say that the dues to the County Union is 72cts per member quarterly which is a mistake and is causing consider able confusion You will please cor rect the same The dues from the Local to the County Union in quarterly payments are 7J cents per member which should be sent to the County Union by delegates or forward direct tome as secretary and upon receipt of same I will July receipt for same and enter credit upon Secretary book Yours and oblige a M F SHARP Secy Narrows Ky April 17 1901 We relied on the minutes as published in the Hartford Herald for our information and simply repeated the error which was made therein We cheerfully and gladly make the correction 1rt iIh DROWNED II ROUGH CREEL Tom Leisure Attempted to Swim Across Strea- mI Meet Wife From Whom be Had Separated and Sank Be the Waves IJ1eatb youngest son of John Leisure was drowned in Rough Creek about five miles above Hartford last Sunday under circumstances of an extraordinary character Leisure was about twentyfive years of age and was married His domestic relations were not agreeable and he separeted from hi wife He had about brought about a settlement with his wife as to the division of the property and had toIintervened however and after much persuasion Leisure agreed to have a talk with his wife in hope of bring ing about a reconciliation Accompanied by a few of his friends Leisure started for his wifes home on Sunday She resided about five miles above Hartford on Roug creek When the party reached th landing opposite the home of Leisure there was no boat on the side of th creek on which they were but one o hadsabout given up the idea of return ing to his wifes home but his friend- w r still trying to devise som means to get him across the creek Leisure seeming to become des perate suddenly exclaimed that h would swim across the creek He started into the water wjthout re moving any of his clothes Some one asked him if he did not intend to remove his clothes and he then pulled off his coat and threw it on the bank He plunged into the water and started swimming across the creek Before leavi ng however he told his friends that it did not make much difference if ho did not reach the opposite bank When within ten feet of the bank and in sight of his home Leisure called out that he was drowning He disappeared under the surface of the water and did not reappear Hisfriends on the bank could do nothing to assist him His wife seemed almost heart broken when her husbands tragic death was announced to her She had been willing for the reconcilia tion and was waiting a short dis tance from the river for his home comingThe of Leisure was recovered about six hours afterward Home Market Is the title of the first document o the Congressional campaign of 190G issued by the American Protective Tariff League The pamphlet is a re production of the great speech of Congressman John F Lacey Iowa recently delivered in Congress Send postal card with request for free copy Ask for Document No 84 Address W F Wakeman Secreta ry 339 Broadway New York N YI HORTONIApril 17Rev Baker filled his regular appointment at Bethel Sun day Jesse Johnson Sulphur Springs attended church here Sunday Miss Lela Daniel is very sick Miss Girtie Austin McHenry visited relatives at this place Sunday Johnie Couch is in Horse Branch for a few days The A S of E at this place is pro gressing nicely The acreage limit will very be observed strictly The Sunday school has been organized with very bright prospects for good school William Preston Ashford was killed by a freight train one and one half miles above this place Sunday afternoon He attempted to catch the train at almost full speed his hold failed and he was thrown under the trucks His body was very badly mangled- C H Patterson MadisonvilleKy is in this locality taking options on coal and mineral land If sufficient amount can be optioned drilling will begin at once The probability is operationingreat thing for this community as a mining town will give us a sale for the product of our farms which has been almost worthless for want of a market thereby increasing the value of our land greatly The farmers should take this into consideration and not let this opportunity pass PROSPECTS FLATTERING For Gigantic Coal Mines Near Rochester this Countys As previously announced in TilE REPUBLICAN representatives of the Green River Coal and Mining com pany a West Virginia rorporation one day last week inspectid the 30 000 acres of mineral lands which that Company holds under option near Rochester in the Southern part of the county They were thirty in Tayforup Green River hItis reported that they expressed themselvesas highly pleased with the thaneaccest of the It is also report ed that a deal has been consumated Clayslateters at a consideration of 25 stockeas a site for the town this company will build for the operation of its vast coal mine NO 5702 Report of the Condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Hartford at Hartford in the State of Kentucky at theclose of Business April 6 1906 RESOURCES 7978386Overdrafts NoneUculation i 2500000 96575Bankingand fixtures 168700 Due from National Banks not reserve agents 1478788 Due from State Banks and Bankers 60900 Due from approved re 1347694Checks 32113NotesBanks 30500 Fractional paper currency 1400fIN BANK viz Specie 533885 Legal tender 577385 notes 43500 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 125000 Total 14397441 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 2500000 Surplus fund 1000000 Undivided profits less ex penses and taxes paid 287936 National Bank notes out standing 2500000 Dues to State Bankes and Bankers 28416 Individual deposits subject- to check 3270633 Time certificates of deposit 4810456 Total 14397441 ssCountyI J C Riley Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief J C RILEY Cashier Subscribed and aworn to before 1996JonNMy commmission as Notary Public expires January 18 190S Correct Attest- G B LIKENS ALVIN ROWE Directors- J P STEVENS CASTOEl3IABUM theIto KindYoj HOT Atejs BOUJJI Bisector lIdliflof eUdU Bl POPULAR VOTE House Committee Favors Election of Senators Would Extend Term of Representatives to Four Years Absolution providing for the clec tion of senators by direct vote of the people has been favorably acted upon by the house committee on elec tions says a Washington dispatch There solution which was introduced by Mr Morris Nebraska makes the term of members of the house four years ago instead of two Both propositions are to be accomI pushed by amendments to con stitution Reasons why the term of mem bers should be four years are stated to be because no party can inaugu rate its policy in two years The people are tired the repor says on this continuance drama an as a result are inclined to give no attention to the primaries and the convnetionsthe very foundation of our systsm the forum wherein the countrys interests can beat be safe guarned and protected With an election ever two year- the political grafter whn thrives o partisan strifeon the nervous uncertainty controlling candidates for office is able to live from one election to another by the boodle secured at his unholy business The adoption of the proposed amendment would render it less possible for this crea ture to ply his trade Regarding the election of senators by direct vote the report says The proposition to provide for the election of senators by the direct vote of the people has been before the House of Representatives and has received favorable consideration up on several different occasions AL proposition to amend the constitution having this object in view as bas passed the House at fur differ ent times and each time by a practi cally unanimous vote A Young Motherat 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 strength and activity she had in the prime of life writes Mrs W L Gilpatrick o Danfort Me Greatest restorative medicine on the globe Sets Stom ach Liver and Kidneys rightpurifies the blood and cures Malaria Bilious ness and Weaknesses Wonderful Nerve Tonic Price oOc Guaran I teed by Z Wayne Griflin S BrosI drug store Science is on Trail of Deadly Mos- Quito New York April 12The Amer lean Mosquito Extermination Society her an its third annual convention here today President W J Math Sun of New York in the opening address said that a large percentage of the population of this country vcnrly their lives or are incapaci tat d by disease from the insidi us work of the mosquito The mosquito brief designed to convey information regarding mosquitos and to form a confession of faithoithe society was discuss ed and adopted Some of its declar ations are- There are over 100 species of mos quitoes in the United States Mosquitoes require one to three weeks to develop from eggs to win ftJ insects Some species lay many Iy00 or 100 eggs at a time Only few mosquitoes live a month Rigid tests prove that certain spe M are the only natural means of lii emitting malaria and yellow foe Other disease av known to I in juveyeu by mosquitoes The United States Army Ir little wea people know of a Afipv 1 Xao And this has a i iitiij MI many erroneous ideas of the life a young man leads and I the Associates he has in the service Ieconditilnsi pline work and study in the ArmyII hit temptations to do a not eliminated There is very much less drinking in the Army 111 out of it Soldiers are encou r Fw aged and required to behave them I selves in proper and dignifiedman ner Schools are maintainedat which a boy can get a good common school education extending to Al gebra Geometry and kindred subjects if he desires to improve himself Baseball football basketball and all other forms of athletic sport are encouraged and all supplies for these sports are furnished without cost of the men Dances are held at all posts for the enlisted men beginning J at Columbus Barracks Chap lains hold religious services so that no boy need be separated from his church because he is many miles home Then the fromI see the world broadens the i the young A boy going to the Phillipines sees Honolulu in the Hawaiian Islands Japan with its j wonderful people and the Islands of the pacific He comes back with new and larger ideas of the world and its people that are bound to benefit him in after life As to the conditions of the health in the Philli l pines the same as in all other places If a man takes care of himself an observes the most ordinary rules ofI thereds that exist in most smaller commu nities Good doctors hospitals and nurses insure a cure at no expense to the patientILook at the men who have served armssI were n ann improvement A recruiting station has been es tablished at Beaver Dam KyI where further particulars as to pay clothing etc may be obtained 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 b Wayne Griffin I Bro druggistI Eclipses Not What They Were Eclipses are not what tney used to be The eclipse with its accom paning phenomena was observed a generation ago as the manifestation of certain effects of heat and lightI but far more complex in the visionI of the investigator today ProfI T T Thompson and the Caveddish school has placed the electromag netic theories of matter and of radia tion on the firmest of bases Wej now think of a body which like the sun radiates energy as sending out fnot heat and light but corpuscles electrons of almost popular notoriety positive and negative loans and rays and emanations of such varied types and complexities that elucidation and definition still await them Then ton M Lebedet and Messrs Nichols and Hall have confirmed the theory of the pressure exerted blight y Consequently we cannot now look at the corona asa simple glow It must be Viewed as the complex expressions of light exerted on par ticules within its ethereal territory of the action and interaction of pul sating carries of composite electricity and matterI OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kldnevs once every three mtnules ter out the waste or Impurities In the II are sick or out of crderthey fall to do workIachesandrheu mal sm come from ex cess cf uric acid In the nglectedkidneyKidney trcuble causes quick or unsteady thoughtheyaver orklng In pumping thick kldney poisoned blood through veins and arteries It used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbc beginiand the extraordinary effect cf Dr Kilmers Isiwonderful cures cf the most distressing cases rerhaIand onedollar siI yourblood blood they Pains aIsarplO Iromeoraeaapltont you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont mako any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BinghamtonN y s EATING IN OLD AGE Many Instances of Robust Feed ers Who Live to Be Very Old lnmlcm Trill iI While a believer in sobriety in eat and drinking I could point out ro bust eaters who lived to great ages biers and Victor Hugoeach a Titan in laboriousnesssuflered in childhood fro t constitutional deli ThielsII and of less excellent quality than that of the illustrious poetIAll the sons of Louis Philippe were bonnes fourchettes and withuot being tipplers fond of the highclass French vintages Two of themi Nemours and Joinvilleexceeded the fourscore limit of age Aumale attained his seventysixth year But keptdobliged him at lunch and dinner a content himself with spraying help ings The princess Clementine now the only surviving child of Louis Philippe has all her life been a hearty eat without however Bourbon ex 1cess She is now eightysix attends to the education of her Bulgarian granddaughters watching over them morning noon and night and direc ting suggestionizinc them with ten der prudence firmneess andsaga city Last winter she took them without breaking the journey from the Sofia to Mentone S1OO Reward S1OO 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 ICatarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treat ment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the bloodand mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giv I ing the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting na ture in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that fails to cure Soul for list of testi monials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Sold by all druggists 75s Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Indian Savings Sturms Mtutcliuinl JUxrulMf The crowd shoots with shut eyes No Indian ever sold his daughter for a name Before the paleface came there was no poison in the Indians corn Small things talk loud to the Indians eye- When a fox walks lameold rabbit jumpsThe palefaces arm is longer than wordA tongue runs faster than the winds legs There is nothing so eloquent as a rattlesnakes tail The Indian scalps his enemy the paleface skins his friends There will be no hungry palefaces- so long as there is any Indian land to swallowWhen a mats prays one day and steals six the great spirit thunders and the evil one laughs There are three things it takes a strange man to holda young warrior a wild horse and a handsome squaw A Badly Burned Girl or boy man or woman is quickly out of pain if Bucklins Arnica Salve is applied promptly G JetchTekonsha Mich says I use it in my family for cuts sores and skin injuries and find it perfect Quickest Piles cure known Best healingsalve made 25catZ Wayne Griffin Bro drug store- Epigrams Century Miigailup Society An assemblage of 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makes for speed and attractive writing THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER COMPANY Syracuse N Y Branch Stores Everywhere IBronc Office t34 Weft Fort street Cincinnati Ohio at r BY POPULAR VOTE House Committee Favors Election of Senators Would Extend Term of Repre sentatives to Four Years A resolution providing for the elec tion of senators by direct vote of the people has been favorably acted upon by the house committee on elections says a Washington dispatch There solution which was introduced by Mr Morris Nebraska makes the term of members of the house four years ago instead of two Both propositions are to be accom plished by amendments to the con stitutionReasons why the term of members should be four years are stated to be because no party can inaugu rate its policy in two years The people are tired the report says on this continuance drama and as a result are inclined to give no attention to the primaries and the convnetionsthe very foundation of our systsmthe forum wherein the countrys interests can beat be safe guarned and protected With an election ever two years the political grafter who thrives on partisan strifeon the nervous uncer tainty controlling candidates for of lice is able to live from one election to another by the boodle secured at his unholy business The adoption of the proposed amendment would render it less possible for this creature to ply his trade Regarding the election of senators by direct vote the report says The proposition to provide for the eleetion of senators by the direct vote of the people has been before the House of Representatives and has received favorable consideration upon several different occasions A proposition to amend the constitu tion having this object in view as hag passed the House at fur differ ent times and each time by a practi rally unanimous vote 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 strength and 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 rightpurines the blood and cures Malaria Bilious ness and Weaknesses Wonderful Nerve Tonic Price 50c Guaran teed by Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store Science is on Trail of Deadly Mosquito New York April 12The Amer lean Mosquito Extermination Society bef an its third annual convention hero today President W J Math tison of New York in the opening address said that a large percentage of the population of this country vtnrly their lives or are incapaci tat d liy disease front the insidi t us work of the mosquito The mosquito brief designed to convey information regarding jnosquitos and to form a confession of faithof the society was discuss ed and adopted Some of its declar iit ions are- There are over 100 species of mos quitoes in the United States Mosquitoes require one to three weeks to develop from eggs to win j j fJ insects Some species lay many M jOO or 100 eggs at a time Only few mosquitoes live a month Kifcid tests prove that certain spec itlne tVe only natural means of tuismitting malaria and yellow fe M r Other diseases are known to in jjnveyeu by mosquitoes The United States Army i ir little we a a Ierple know of i ii Ait antiary And this has y s tM v many erroneous ideas of the life a young man leads and the associates he has in the service I b IeclmditiJ11spiine work and study in the Army Mthtinost eliminated There is vory much less drinking in the Army 1 an out of it Soldiers arc encou aged and required to behave them selves in a proper and dignified man ner Schools are maintained at which a boy can get a good common AIIgbrajects if he desires to improve him self Baseball football basketball and all other forms of athletic sport are encouraged and all supplies for these sports are furnished without I cost of the men Dances are held at all posts for the enlisted men begin ning at Columbus Barracks Chap lains hold religious services so that no boy need be separated from his church because he is many miles from home Then the opportunities to see the world broadens the minds the young A boy going to ofI Phillipines sees Honolulu in Hawaiian Islands Japan with itsj wonderful people and the Islands of the pacific He comes back with new and larger ideas of the world and its people that arc bound to benefit him in after life As to the conditions of the health in the Philli pines the same as in all other places If a man takes care of himself an observes the most ordinary rules of good living he will live longer there than at home under the conditions that exist in most smaller commu nities Good doctors hospitals and nurses insure a cure at no expense to the patient Look at the men who have served one enlistment in the regular army and remember what they were whe they left home Do you not see an improvement A recruiting station has been e tablished at Beaver Dam Ky where further particulars as to pay clothing etc may be obtained Blood Poisoning results from chronic constipation which is quickly cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills They remove all poisonous germs front the system and infuse new life and vigor cure sour stomach nausea headache diz ziness and colic without griping or discomfort 25c Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin S Bro druggist u Eclipses Not What They Were Eclipses are not what tney used to be The eclipse with its accom paning phenomena was observed generation ago as the manifestation of certain effects of heat and light but far more complex in the vision of the investigator today Prof T T Thompson and the Caveddish school has placed the electromag netic theories of matter and of radia tion on the firmest of bases We now think of a body which like th sun radiates energy as sending ou not heat and light but corpuscles I electrons of almost popular notoriety positive and negative loans and rays I and emanations of such varied types and complexities that elucidation and definition still await them Then too M Lebedet and Messrs Nichols and Hall have confirmed the theory of the pressure exerted blight Consequently we cannot now look at the corona as a simple glow It must be Viewed as the complex expressions of light exerted on par ticules within its ethereal territory of the action and interaction of pul sating carries of composite electricity and matt- erOverWork I Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidnevs once every three minutes yourblood impurities bloodI workc neglectedkidneyKidney trouble ruses unsteady thoughtheykidneypolsenedconsidered urinaryJ kidneysbut beglnIdoctoring kidneys KhmersSwampRoot ItsIand it rerlts y all ritlnfi and onedollar 11 have a ter out the waste the they of order they fall do their Pains ach sand rheu matism from excess of uric the quick or It used to be that only by your mild Is sold en You may or in If ar sick to come acid In first The I eramnltootSfreeout if you have kidney or bladder trouble ention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer aCo Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BinghamtonH j IEATING IN OLD AGE Many Instances of Robust Feed ers Who Live to Be Very Old lntulim Truth While a believer in sobriety in eatI and drinking I could point out robust eaters who lived to great age Thiers and Victor lingoeach Titan in laboriousness suffered in childhood frovi constitutional deli cacy and Thiers all his life Thiers diet was abundant succulent sub stantial more plain than recherche and of less excellent quality than that of the illustrious poet IAll the sons of Louis Philippe were bonnes fourchettes and withuot be highclai3INemourS and Joincilleexceede- the fourscore limit ofage Aumale attained his seventysixth year But keptIand obliged him at lunch and dinner a content himself with spraying help ings The princess Clementine now the only surviving child of Louis Philip pe has all her life been a hearty cater without however Bourbon excess She is now eightysix attends to the education of her Bulgarian thenmorning noon and night and directing suggestionizinc them with ten sags1 city Last winter she took then without breaking the journey from the Sofia to Mentone S 100 Reward S 1 0O The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at leas 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 till system thereby destroying the giyn mg up the constitution and assisting na ture in doing its work The pro prietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they otter One Hundred Dollars for any case that fails to cure Send for list of testi monials Tolet Sold by all druggists is- Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Indian Savings Stnrm Stntrliood lltgnrinrJ The crowd shoots with shut eyes No Indian ever sold his daughter for a name Before the paleface came there was no poison in the Indians corn Small things talk loud to the Indians eye- When a fox walks lameold rabbit jumpsThe palefaces arm is longer than wordA tongue runs faster than the winds legs There is nothing so eloquent as a rattlesnakes tail The Indian scalps his enemy the paleface skins his friends There will be no hungry palefaces so long as there is any Indian land to swallowWhen a man prays one day and steals six the great spirit thunders the evil one laughs There are three things it takes a strange man to holda young warrior a wild horse and a handsome squaw A Badly Burned Girl or boy man or woman is quickly out of pain if Bucklins 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 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro drug store- Epigrams Century Mngiiiluc S cietyAn assemblage of well dressed persons who would rather be boarded together than alone HeppinesAn exception to the rule that the demand always creates supply i PopertyBy common consent an admirable training for mentaland rmoral perfection in others let v 3e a M sce 3a11RE1 2Lkd 1To Publishers and Printers h WE MANUFACTURE TIIE VERY HIGHEST GRADE OFwRules in Strips- s ITpe Labor Saving Rule Column Circles Rules Brass Leaders Brass Round Corners g Brass Leads and Slugs fj Brass Galleys Borders L S Loaders FUlI1iturei Spaces and I Quoins Old Column Rules refaced and made as good as new at small cost aIremember that we are not in may Trust or and are sure we can make it greatly to your advantage to deal with us plication A copy of our Catalogue will n be cheerfully furnished on ap I Philadelphia Printers 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of the Southern Railway or i CHHUNCERFORD DPA KYCSt Louis Moi W C RINEARSON G P A Q C Route- Cincinnati O DnTYPEWRITERS appeal to your sense and your senses They have the light touch which makes for speed and attractive writing THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER COMPANY Syracuse N Y I Branch Stores Everywhere Breach Office 134 Wet Fourth street Cincinnati Ohio 11 n SEEDS AND POLITICS Suggestions far the Solution of the Free Garden Seeo i I r Abuse IIItllNdrlphlu Lpodrr3 The statement emanating from the Department of Agriculture relative to the free distribution of seeds by members of Congress to their constituents is not devoid of humor In a general way it hay been known to the world since Secretary Sterling Morton waged his famous 1I1dI delightful warfare on the humbug t m that a good deal of unnecessary mon ey was squandered on free seeds un der an act of Congress whose inter- laid been strangely perverted in practice The extent of the waste is now made clear in a striking way The act of Congress which is re I sponsible for this seed distribution was intended to provide for a avid distribution among a large number experiments of new and valua hIe seeds in order that two blades of grass might be made to grow when only one grew before and new foods graves and vege table might be introduced into our domestic and agricultural econ only This has long ago been lost I sight of and now the staid and respectable members of Congress cling with grim determination to the 1a1privilege of sending to their consti tuents a number of practically worthless packets of cabbage turnip heliotrope sage gumbo and onion seeds which may be bought at any country store The actual cost of the 10000000I packets which are done up into packages giving several varieties to I the 7300000 recipients is about 00000 This is indefensible enough I but though members of Congress will admit individually that it is non sense to send the seed around the country they stand pretty firmly for the perquisite when the abolishment of the practice comes to a vote But the humor of the situation appeals and the joke is on Uncle Sam and his treasury when it is shown that the actual cost to that treasury of 00c IH worth of seeds is nearly 250000 To the costs of the seeds and plants must be added the freight The cost of doing the seeds into packets 4 ftfor diMtributim is 35000 the salar Itell paid for expert explorers gardeners messengers and multi farious hangerson in the seed game amount each year to 16000 the miscellaneous and operating expenses and office rent account call for 11000 and the extraordinary and inexplicable item of additional mis a cellaneous is 10000 In short this is as fine an example of the waste in the government handling of a business matter as could be found in the annals of civilized nations More than 75 per cent of the total cost of the seed IfUllto the hay seeds whose votes are to be powerfully influenced Ithought little vote getters as they arc In the interest of economy a suggestion is in order It is positively useless to urge Congress to rclin iIih the perquisite but why not r in money to each congressman his pro rata share of 90000 the ac tual cost of the seeds The Congressmen could send the cash by check to his constituents who please the merchants of their wouldI borhood by buying the den seeds in the local groceries The countrys seed dealers world not be offended by government rivalry Un cle Sam would save 1822GS a year in actual cash and the hayseed vote affected by the seeds would be safe Dont tie a cough or a cold up in your system by taking a remedy that binds the bowls Take Kennedysf JoLaxative Honey and Tar ferent from all other cough syrup It is better It opens the bowelsD expels all colds from the re lieves cough colds croup whoopingC cough etc An ideal young and old Children like it Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Planets Madebplrals How wero the planets made Prof R G Moulton of the University of Chicago has another alternative to La Places theory of the formation of j i the planetary systems It is that the planets and their sa tellUcs have 71A a BestI1I11 IIlIrI II Ho ass natural rcimillrn that Is extracts from native medicinal roots bythoubyproportion PierceGulden s rotlaxlnulttheir Influence In corns of lung bronchial and throat troubles and Dlncov Kltv Is therefore a sowerv remld htrbmnCldtlrlaryngItbchroulccoughcatarrh ii Tim iibovn native rots also havo the strongest possible endorsement from tho leading meiilrnl writers of nil tho several schools of practice for the cure not only fortr IIlIcIhlalltlrwhere located You dont have to take Dr 1lerc s clalmLn writing of the most eminent men In the medical profession A r II t by postal card or letter addressed to Dr It V 1lerce lliillulii N Y for a little book of extracts from eminent medical an thorltlcs endorsing the Ingredients of Jrethatneeding u good safe reliable remedy o horror tiiifiHuifl ii for tint cure of maladyEcon gelltlelaxllthIThe most valuable liook fur lath men and women Is Dr 1lerce Common Sense Medical Ad I Visor A splendid lUttpagu volume with engraving and colored plates A copy papercovered bo sent paythuanyone 21 cents DrIlV IlcrcelluffaloN 1 Clothbound 31 stamps been formed around primitive nuceli of considerable dimensions existing in spiral ncbulea probably similar to those which Prof Keeler showed to be many times more numerous than all the nebulae of all other types The growth of each nucleus was caused by the gradual acretion of smaller masses and the method o this growth which is suggested accounts for all the different types of bodies now found in the solar system and for their present motions and velocities on dynamical principles original spiral nebula is supposed to have been formed by the near ap proach of another star to the body which is now oursun This exterior attraction set up tides in the solar matters and being continued actual ly caused immense masses to be ejected and drawn out in the spiral form On thisassumptionthespiral would emerge from the central nucleus in two directions on opposite sides and this is the form generally shown in photographs of such nebulae What good docs it do you to cat if your stomach fails to digest the food None It does you harm causes belching sour stomach flatulence etc When the stomach fails little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure after each meal will digest what you eat and make the stomach sweet Sold I by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m IiReynardThe foxes are much tormented by but when the infliction becomes severe they kuow how to get rid of the insects They gather from the bark of trees moss which they carry to a stream that deepens by degrees Here they enter the watt er still carrying the moss in their mouths and going backwark begin ing from the end of their tails they advance by slow degrees till till ofII Irhe OeM luring this proceeding ave rushed in rapid haste to the dry parts and finally to the moss and I tho fox when he has according to I his calculation allowed sufficient time for all the fleas to take thei departure quietly opens his mouth IIisits way to the bank much relieved or rThe soothing spray of Elys Liquid Cream Balm used in an atomizer is unspeakable relief to sufferers Catarrh Some of them des cribe it as a Godsend and no wonder thick foul discharge isdislodge the patient breathes freely pe for the first time In weeks Li Cream Balm contains all th healing purifying elements of thej solid formand it never fails to cure Sold by all druggists for 75c in eluding spraying tube ormailed by Ely Bros 50 Warren street New York CASTonXABean theitsKird Ycu Hate Always Bou Blgnaturo 11 jof a Ni I MAIL ORDER HOUSES Read this Little Story Read It rCarefully and Take it to Heart When the catalogue comes fro your mail order house draw a chair to the table where the light will shine full upon the page and put o- k your glasses that no bargains ma escape your eye What a wonderful book it is to be sure Wonder for what it doe not contain as well as what it does You will miss some things you would be glad to sec Where is their offer to pay cash o exchange goods for your wheatoats corn beans butter eggs and hay How much do they pay for cattle sheep and hogs f o bat yours depot How much tax will they pay to educatetyour and bridges the support of the poor of the country for the expense of running the business of the town ship county and State On what page is their offer to contribute money to the church What line of credit will they ex tend to you when your crops are poor and money gone when I through illness or misfortune you are not able to send cash with or clothingiI stoves and ranges Where is their offer to contribute to your entertainment next year f What did they do last year In short will they do anything to provide a market for what you have to sell and thereby keep up the- f value of your estate Will they do anything for social churchschool or government support or do they take your dollar out of the community with no returns except the goods you buy Think this over carefully then call on your local dealer where you can see and examine the goods be fore you buy them and by compari son of prices and quality you will see that you can do as well or better at home thereby helping to build up your local town and o plies Dec 1 05jDont drug cough One Minute Cough Cure cuts the mucus draws the inflama lion out of the throat lungs bron chial tubes heals soothes and cures A quick cure of croup and whooping Cough Its constantly increasing use for many years tells of the fact of its absolute usefulness Sold byj Z Wayne Griffin Bro mI How to Choice Good Wife Evangelist Manley Wilson delivered an address on Choosing a wife themIpartIa a who never had husband Sly advice to young men con templating mat riage is this Before you wed examine the girls tongue If its tWlin the middle and ruus at bo dont marry her Also measure her tongue If If a Cow gave Butter I v i torinvent milk Mijk is Nai jIexItremelyit has to be emulsified before we can digest it i Scotts Emulsion I i combines the best oil hyporphosphites so doesefar more good than the oil alone could That makes Scotts Emulsion the most strengthening nourishing food medicine in the world Send for free samplo SCOTT BOWNE Chemists I 400415 Poarl Street New York SOc and 100 All druggists I c a Ikd4rMc its longer than ten inches dont marry her because she willspend her time climbing trees to gossip with the neighbors Then again look into the family garbage can before you take tho leap If its filled with half pies dontmcant A woman can put more out of the back door with a spoon than a man- n can bring in the front door with- y a shovel Choose a wife in keeping with your profession In short dont get hitched unless you hitch Ifaanyyou girls have your eyes ups on prospective husbands I would say Beware of those spiderlegged duo des who possibly have money but yourrraces make him trot Dont think you can reform a drinker by marrying him Id at least make him try the drinkcure first Now for the married folks When you marry you morose wifcll or a husband not a If you ever bought a box of Witch Hazel Salve that failed to give satis faction the chances are it did not have the name 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 itchingand protruding Piles it affords almost im mediately relief It stops the pain Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m The Cheerful Lite It takes a great deal of sunshine to produce a perfect peach or a per feet rose The sunshine will do what clouds cannot do It is the sunshine that gives the inimitable tint of beauty to fruits and flower No character is complete which lacks sunshine Many a man has failed because he was too serious be cause he thought the life was too important and too short to be trio fled withas he put it But the fact is the cheerful life is the healthy productive life Cheerfullness is as necessary to man assunshine is to the flower Nothing normal can be pro duced in darkness or in the shade Fun is just as necessary to the normal life as water is to fish or oil is to machineryNote where we will the smile less lifethe life which has no brightness or sunshine no humor or gladnessis morbid sour pessimis tic It is the joyous life the cheer ful happy life that is helpful and in spiring This is the sort of life the world wants It has too many sour faces too many vinegary counten ances too many criticisers too much pessimism It wants more sunshine more optimism more joy Is it not a pitiable thing to see people going through life peddling vinegar radiating bitterness critici sing finding fault seeing only the warSome people seem to have a genius for seeing the crooked the ugly the disagreeable There are too many vinegar peddlers We need more joy peddlers more sunshine makers people who ignore the ugly the bitter the crooked but who see the world of beauty and perfection which God has made We need the people who see the man and the woo cleanIeased discordant criticising one that sin wrong thinking and wrong living I have made A man becomes strong and creative when he sees his fellow men and the world as God made thembut those who look for the bad the ugly the crooked are never creative They are never pro ducers They are destroyers They tear down Danger From the Plague Theres grave danger from the plague of Coughs and Colds that are so prevalent unless you tale Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Mrs Geo Walls of Forest City Me writes Its a Godsend to people living in climates where coughs and cold spre vails I find it quickly ends them It 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 Griffin Bros drug store Trial freeC3 S3 TO3TE zABears theile Kind You Have 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Combined course of Bookkeeping ann Shorthand 8000 In this effort to reach a great spring we will make the great sacrifice of 15 on the single course or 25 on the combined course ever made by any school at any time Further apy one securing the sale of only five these cash but will call your attention to the fact that only fifty will be soldat this price This means immediate action on your part Owensboro AM Business ProsIW Hn nnnWt IlsTEIERSi r WHEN YOU atIthen count by ihoetingihe STEVENS For 41 years STEVENS ARMS dare carriiiUH PREMIER HONORS lor AC CURACY Our line Rifles Shotguns Pistols Ak your Dealer In let on 1h CTlear + Iryot aoCruu h r t es H rem- rrcelptou7otMi seal 4ciila temps I I1 caner I of osqmarmu- icaI n refer en e f T t rerit nJ 1r ero tl tuocrtfr lkaUlilullbrocolor Aluminum hanger will be forwarded lor to cents in stamp J Stevens Arms Tool Coy PO Box 4095 OUTCOMES FALLS MASS USA Subscribe for TII HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per in CASTO Infants Children The Kind You Have pshtiBears In- Use For Yea- rCASIORIA tee otera err Tmt om REPUBLICAN REPUUMCAN REIUHLICAN REPUBLICAN REPUBLICAN REPUBLICAN Lippencotts REPUBLICAN Inquirer REPUBLICAN Messenger REPUBLICAN National Magazine Address THE of following enrollment 3000Theof departmentThese J willbetI FISHER Oweusboro SHOOT Ctulo year advance I e o oweI BIG FOUR I New York Central Lines toM I j Peoria Chicago Toledo Detroitp1 Cleveland adoIYork Bostond r r I j sTicket259 Fourth avenue or write to SJ GATESaI Genl Agent Passenger Dept I Louisville Ky IIIJ RHEINI ECincinnati 0 ttodo Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat n SEEDS AND POLITICS I I Suggestions far the Solution of the Free Garden Seed I i Abuse I IIII1IrIIhl IhrThe statement emanating from the Department of Agriculture rela live to the free distribution of seeds by members of Congress to their constituents is not devoid of humor In a general WilY it has been known to the world since Secretary Ster ling Morton waged his famous and I delightful warfare on the humbug that a good deal of unnecessary mon ey was squandered on free seeds under an net of Congress whose intent had been strangely perverted in practice The extent of the waste i is now made clear in a striking way reIslollsihlewas intended to provide for a wide distribution among n large number experiments of new and valuable seeds in order that two blades of grass might be made to grow when only one grew before and new foods grasses and vege table might be introduced into our domestic and agricultural econ omy This has long ago been lost I sight of and now the staid and respectable members of Congress cling thejtuents a number of practically worthless packets of cabbage turnip heliotrope sage gumbo and onion seeds which may be bought at any country store The actual cost of the 10000000 packets which are done up into packages giving several varieties to the 7300000 recipients is about 90000 This is indefensible enough but though members of Congress will admit individually that it is non sense to send the seed around theI country they stand pretty firmly for the perquisite when the abolishment of the practice comes to a vote But the humor of the situation appears and the joke is on Uncle Sam and his treasury when it is shown that the actual cost to that treasury of 00I 000 worth of seeds is nearly 250000 To the costs of the seeds and plants must be added the freight The cost of doing the seeds into packets 4 Vfor distribution 36000 the salar ies paid for expert explorers gardeners messengers and multi farious hangerson in the seed game amount each year to 40000 the miscellaneous and operating expen sea and oilice rent account call for 14000 and the extraordinary and inexplicable item of additional mis cellaneous is 10000 In short this is as fine an example of the waste in the government handling of n business matter as could be found in the annals of civilized nations More than 75 per cent of the total cost of the seedI IIupto the hay seedy whose votes are thought to be powerfully influenced by the little vote getters as they are called In the interest of economy a suggestion is in order It is positively useless to urge Congress to relin ouishthe perquisite but why notII allot in monoy to each congressman I his pro rata share of 90000 the actual cost of the seeds The Congressmen could send the cash by check to his constituents who would please the merchants of their neighborhood by buying the common garden seeds in the local groceries The IIotTenc1edin actual cash and the hayseed vote affected by the seeds would be safe Dont tie a cough or a cold up inI your system by taking a remedy that binds the bowls Take Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar It is dif ferent from all other cough syrupI It is better It opens the bowelsI expels all colds from the system re lieves cough colds croup whooping cough etc An ideal remedy for young and old Children like it Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Made by Spirals How were the planets made Prof R G Moulton of the University of Chicago has another alternative to La Places theory of the formation of t the planetary systems It is that the planets and their satellites have A lwr FY pfd N6prNu P Natures Way Is Best Tim function MrvimtliciiliiK and tlssnfl lingerlegDwrNUIurosHo uses natural remedies that It extracts front native medicinal roots bythumoney without the USMI of alcohol and by skillful combination III Just thu right proportions llrcolHuhhlIbark Queens root tioldcn Seal root exerttlltlrand throat troubles nod this Uiscov Iyforcatarrh and kindred ailments The abovn natlvn runts also have tho tllo1i1IlImeschools of practice for the cure not only of the named al ovo but also for Indigestion of liver or bilious ties nhtlnati constipation kidney and bladder troubles and catarrh no matter where located You dont have to take Dr IMerces sayso iilniin as tii this what he claims for Ids Discovery I + hacked up by the wrltlugsof the me+eminent men In the medical profession A reoiiest by postal card or letter addressed to Dr It V Ilerce ItiilTalo X Y fur a little book of extracts from eminent medical au thorities endorsing tho Ingredients of his JrrthatofkIUII1Iany old chronic or lingering malady Dr Ilerces Pleasant Pellets euro con gentleluxutlvrThe most valuable In ink fur lath men and women Is Dr 1lerco Common Sonso Mitllenl Ad- visor A splendidlUttpagi volume with engraving and colored plates A copy papercovered bo sent t anyone sending 31 cents In onecent stamps to pay tho cost of mailing only to- Ur HV IMcmHulTaloN Y Clothbound 31 statute been formed around primitive nuceli consiederable dimensions existing in spiral nebulea probably similar to those which Prof Keeler showed to be many times more numerous than all the nebulae of all other types The growth of each nucleus was caused by the gradual acrction of smaller masses and the method of this growth which is suggested nc- I counts for all the different types o bodies now found in the solar system and for their present motions an velocities on dynamical principles original spiral nebula is supposed to have been formed by the near approach of another star to the body which is now oursun Thisexterior attraction set up tides in the solar matters and being continuedactual ly caused immense masses to be eje ctedand drawn out in the spiral form On this assumption the spiral wouldemerge from the central nu Glens in two directions on opposite sides and this is the form generally shown in photographs of such nebulae What good docs it do you to cat if your stomach fails to digest time food None It does you harm causes belching sour stomach flatulence etc When the stomach fails a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure after j each meal will digest what you eat and make the stomach sweet Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro mI Fox and Fleas I Heynard is a knowing animal I The foxes are much tormented by fleas but when the infliction becomes too severe they kuow how to get rid of the insects They gather from the bark of trees moss which they carry to a stream that deepens by degrees Here they enter the water still carrying the moss in their mouths and going backwark begin ingfrom the end of their tails they advance by stow degrees till the whole body with the exception of the mouth is entirely immerced l The fleSH during this proceeding have rushed in rapid haste to the dry parts and finally to the moss and the fox when he has according to his calculation allowed sufficient time for all the fleas to take their I departure quietly opens his mouth The moss floats oft down the stream with its burden of fleas and whem it is out of jumping reach the fox its way to the bank much findsI The soothing spray of Elys Liquid Cream Balm used in an atomizer i- an s 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 perhaps for the first time in weeks Li quid Cream Balm contains all the healing purifying elements of the solid formand it never fails to cure Sold bv all druggists for 75c including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 66 Warren street New York pSCAS TCnXA- I r 8eantEelima Kind Ycu Have Ahtars Bout SIgnature +id r lw w MAIL ORDER HOUSES Read this Little Story Read I Carefully and Take it to Heart When the catalogue comes fro your mail order house draw a chair to the table where the light will shine full upon the page and put on your glasses that no bargains may escape your eye What a wonderful book it is to be sure Wonder for what it does not contain as well as what it does You will miss some thingsyou woul be glad to see Where is their offer to pay cash or exchange goods for your wheatoats corn beans butter eggs and hay How much do they pay for cattle sheep and hogs fo b at your depotHow much tax will they pay to support your schools and educate your childrenfor improving roads and bridges the support of the poor of the country for the expense of running the business of the town ship county and State On what page is their offer to contribute money to the church What line ef credit will they ex tend to you when your crops are poor and money gone when through illness or misfortune you are not able to send cash with or der for your groceries clothing farm tools and crockery Also stoves and ranges Where is their offer to contribute to your entertainment next year What did they do last year In short will they do anything to provide a market for what you have to sell and thereby keep up the value of your estate Will they do anything for social church school thefy take our dollar out of the com dmunity with no returns except the goods you buy Think this over carefully then call on your local dealer where you can see and examine the goods before you buy them and by compari son of prices and quality you will see that you can do as well or better at home thereby helping to build up your local townPumps and supplies Dec 1 05 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 and cures 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 Z Wayne Griffin Bro m How to Choice Good Wife Evangelist Manley Wilson deliver ed an address on Choosing a wife or a husband and how to treat them after you get them at the gospel church in Cleveland He said in partIts a crabbed old man who never had a wife Its a crabbed old maid who never had a husband My advice to young men contemplating marriage is this Before you wed examine the girls tongue If its tied in the middle and rues at both ends dont marry her Also measure her tongue If ia Cow gave Butter-i mankind would have to invent milk Mijk Is Na tures emulsion butter digesItlonl tremely nourishing bu it has to be emulsified before we can digest it Scotts Emulsion combines the best oil with the valuable hypo phosphites so that it is easy to digest and does far more good than the oil alone could makes Scotts the most strengthening nourishing food medicine In the world Send for free samplo ISCOTT i BOWNE Chemists 4OO415 Ponrl Stroot Now York SOo and 100 All drug lst8 its longer than ten inches dont marry her because she will spend her time climbing trees to gossip with the neighbors Then again look into the family garbage can before you take the leap If its filled with half pies dontmA woman can put more out of the back door with a spoon than a man can bring in the front door with a shovel Choose a wife in keeping with your profession In short dont get hitched unless you hitch If any you girls have your eyes up on prospective husbands I would say dud money certainly no occupation If your admirer is posted en all the races make him trot Dont think you can reform a drinker by marrying him Id at least make him try the drinkcure first Now for the married folks When you marry you marry a wife or a husband not a motherinlaw If you ever bought a box of Witch Hazel Salve that failed to give satis faction the chances arc it did not have the name E C DeWitt Co printedon 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 Cheerful It takes a great deal of sunshine to produce a perfect peach or a per feet rose The sunshine will do what clouds cannot do It is the sunshine that gives the inimitable tint of beauty to fruits and flower No character is complete which lacks sunshine Many a man has failed because he was too serious be cause he thought the life was too important and too short to be tri fled with as he put it But the fact is the cheerful life is the healthy productive life Cheerfullness is as necessary to man as sunshine is to the newer Nothing normal can be pro duced in darkness or in the shade Fun is just as necessary to the nor mal life as water is to fish or oil is to machinery I Note it where we will the smile less lifethe life which has no brightness or sunshine no humor or gladnessis morbid sour pessimis tic It is the joyous life the cheer ful happy life that is helpful and inspiring This is the sort of life the world wants It has too many sour faces too many vinegary countenances I too many criticisers too much- i pessimism It wants more sunshine more optimism more joy Is it not a pitiable thing to see people going through life peddling vinegar radiating bitterness critici sing finding fault seeing only the I ugly ignoring beauty nagging worrying fretting and tearing down Some people seem to have a geniusI for seeing the crooked the ugly the disagreeable There are too many vinegar peddlers We need more joy peddlers more sunshine makers people who ignore the ugly the bit ter the crooked but who see the world of beauty and perfection which God has made We need the people who see the man and the wo cleanIeased discordant criticising one that I sin wrong thinking and wrong living have made A man becomes strong and creative when he sees his GodIthe bad the ugly the crooked are never creative They are never pro I ducers They are destroyers They tear down Plaguetgrave the plague of Coughs and Colds that are so prevalent unless you take Dr- I Kings New Discovery forConsump I tion Coughs and Colds Mrs Geo Walls of Forest City Me writes Its a Godsend to people living in climates where coughs and cold spre vails I find it quickly ends them It prevents Pneumonia cures LaGrippe gives wonderful relief in Asthma and Hay Fever and makes weak Connn and 1 Guaranteed by Z Wayne Trialrbottle free O sor CTIs-I Bean theIto Kind You Hare Always BOM Elnature I ct C aiI c c 1 AlcgctablePreparationforAs similating IhcFoodandne ula ting iheStoinachs ondBowcis of IlMTANTS HlLDKEN IPrOfTIOlcSRcstContains DigcslionChccrfui 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reduction in rates on just fifty scholarships Our regular rates for a single scholarship in BookkeepingIIIn this effort reach a great spring we will make the great sacrifice of 15 on the single course or 25 on the combined course This makes the course in Bookkeeping or Shorthand 3000 The combined course 55 This is certainly the greatest offer ever made by any school at any time Further at y one securing the sale of only five of these cash I but partIfwill call your attention to the fact that only fifty will be Ibe placed on sale the 10th of this Month Terms cash Address A M FISHER J Owensboro Business OwensboroPresIVtfIv laJn R W 1 n nMAIIA A llsTEVENsjl WHEN YOU SHOOT You went la HIT what you are aiming a- beI it bird tart or target Make your then count by shooting the STEVENS For 4t yean STEVENS ARMS have carmd cf 1UEMIER HONORS for ACCURACY Our tine Rifles Shotguns Pistols k poor ne ierInI Ite on the NraraS i- I f ro flaw t miuin lio userf J P i awn IocIPII + rMi I ItImrlli Beautiful threecolor Aluminum Hincer will be forwarded lor 10 in stamp J Stevens Arms Tool Co P 0 Box 4098 CHTOOEB FALLS MASS USA Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year i 11 advance CASTO Infants f For Year- sCASIORIR ore roan TwiceaWeek following to enrollment departmentThese omen I 44 44414044 0- I BIG FOURf New York Central Lines The Best Line to IndianapolisII 1Chicago Toledo Detroit Cleveland C Buffalo New York Bostonpa sTicket259 Fourth avenue or write to J GATESe IIs Passenger DeptILouisville Ky a H J RHEIN IGeneral Passenger Agent OIe404 4+ w e4+a Kodol Dyspepsia Curs Digests what you eat I Hartford Republican Utued by tho llnrttonl 1nlilhlilnitConipitnjrIN- fOIIIIIIUVHD lllorCT ZyFSi02rTO Gumbarliuad 34- xtouQh lrQiFRIDAY APRIL 20 Examine tho label on your paper It Is not correct notify us SPRING has come all along the line from marbles to base ball WE presume the Insurance investigations will now take a summer vacation LAST Sunday wasnt very goodI day for Easter toggery but it cameI out just the same SEND Gorky back to Russia It i s only the man who tries to take care of wife and babies who is respecte here SHOULD Major Hersey and his i companions in the balloon find the North pole how do they expect to bring it away THE man with the muck rake has been with us always It is only of late that he hits attached elec tric and gasoline motors c THAT colored man who found 1 BOO while digging in a basement in peehimself killed by it i ALTHOUGH our Legislative district has been doubled up by the State machine we might get some comfort out of the thought that so far we have had no earthquakes REPUBLICANS of Tennessee will make a strong effort to carry that State this year and it is throught the prospects are good owing to dissen tions in the ranks of Democracy IF the new Racing Commission is to have charge of the handicap to be entered next year by Senator Mc Creary and Governor Beckham we suggest that it was very unfair for the Governor to appoint all the judges OHIO COUNTY soil may not be quite- as rich as that of some others but we note with pride that it produces- a class of men who can measure up with those of any other section no matter what the requirements maybe CHRISTIAN people reguested the late Legislature to enact laws to prohibit pool selling at race tracks It answered them by making the entire State Christian people and all partners in the horse race busi ness with all of its attendant gambling evils DEMOCRACY it is said will enter the Congressional campaign this year with the battle cry of Tariff for Revenue only They no doubt think the voters have forgotten 1893 4 and 5 No one in this generation wants to wear the Cleveland badge again TilE Owensboro Messenger declares that Kentucky Courts should be divorced from politics Wood sen is fighting the State machine and doesnt want to take any on being tried in one of its courts However he thinks they would do justice to Taylor Finley and Powers THE announcement that Repre sentative Griffin was robbed in Lou isville causes the Central City Re publican to remark that their Representative was robbed in Frank fort The former lost his money while the latter lost his seat in the House In each caseit was none the less work of robbers estabIlishCrusader1Throu to reform things generally He might devote an issue to the part he played in the HunterFranksWil son trials growing out of the Sena torial contest of 18967Iveerself I GREENVILLE co with glory by the manner in whichshe took care of the delegates to the State A S of E last week Every i delegate wet away singing her praises and it will be a long time before they will forget her elegan homesand the public spirit exhibited in the generous hospitality accorded to every visitor Greenville is one of the best towns in Western Kentucky already and when she gets her now court house electric light and waterworks plant which are certain to be built other nearby towns will have to look well to their laurels POLITICS has been the rock upon which every farmers organizatio rhas foundered in the history of this country Too much care can not be exercised to save tlv American Society of Equity fromi the fate of all its predeessors Its enemies would delight in placing this stone in the pathway of that which gives such glorious promise of hop e for the long oppressed farmer Th delegates to the State Union at Greenville made a good start when they selected a sure enough farm er for State President insteadof some one who while a farmer was more a politician CANTRELL SHOULD RESIGN- If the Republicans of Kentucky had elected a member of the Appellate Court who was incapacitated the time of his election and who had continued to draw 5000 salary from the State Treasurynotwithstanding what a howl would go up from the Democratic press of the entire State Not only is Cantrell permitted to draw his unearned salary but the late generous Legislature was kind enough to create an Assistant Judge to do the work of Cantrell at a sal ary of 5000 per year thus making 10000 illegally drawn from the StateThe Elizabethtown News is one Democratic paper which sees the absurdity of the situation and is not afraid to Bpcak out in meeting A recent issue contains the following reference to this matter which concerns the tax payers Judge James E Cantrell has been on the Apellate Bench for over a year at a salary of 5000 and has never decided a case or done a single thing to earn his money He ought either get well or resign EXCUSABLE UNDER PROVOCATION Sometime ago we mentionedas an example of the extent to which readers of the Democratic press were in ignorance about the abom nible gerrymander of our Legislative district that we had been called from Central City to settle a dispute which had arisen there as to the truth of it A few days afterward we received the following letter from our friend Freeman which to some extent explains the temper of honestfair minded Democrats when they learn of this outrage Hon C M Barnett Hartford Ky Dear Slr11r H F Moore the gentleman for whose benefit I tele phoned you the other day asking if it was not a fact that the last Lewis lature put Ohio Butler and Edmon son counties in one Legislative dis trict asked me to write you apologizing for the remark he made over the telephone at the close of your conversation He was so appalled at the audacity of even a Kentucky Democratic Legislature that he said the hell you say For this he asked me to apologize to you for him I had an argument with him that this had been done and he said he LegislaIsture would take your word for it He said he would when Icalled ypu up by telephone Mr Moore is one of my good friends but a very active Democrat He seemed very surprised Your friend muchI J K FREEMAN Central City KyApril 51906 II Money Saved If you wish to save money buy your Groceries from SAUNDERS CO IN THE FORD BUILDING ON MAIN STREET HARTFORDI 1No1 Granulated Sugar 18 pounds o dollar The best Soda 1I pounds for 10 cents Canned Goods of all kinds The best Coffee 5 per cent discount for CASHiWe give tickets with every pur chase i a5Y Come to see us SAUNDERS Co Hartford Ky i For Sale or Rent I Store room on Center Street Hart ford noted as the best grocery and I confectionary stand in town Apply at TilE REPUBLICAN office HEAD MYSTERY SOLVED WasfbatofCadaverandBelonged dentICentral City Ky April ISTheI mystery of the human head that was found near the track of the Louis ville Nashville railroad below here several days ago has been solved It was left there by a medical student The mystery was cleared away hiseinquestDr I a student in n Medica College at Louisville assisted in dis secting a corpse that of a female and was presented with the head I theeskull home and keep it as a relic IHe carefully wrapped it up in a newspaper and when he got as far as Central City he learned that his wife was ill and fearing that the sight of the head light prove to bt too severe a shock for her left it onj a pile of railroad tics near his He intended to tell his wife about it and then return and get the head but as soon as he arrived home he was asked to go and several calls and this he did makeI he returned to the railroad the head it had been discovered by three boys who turned it over to Coroner Brown NOCREEK April 18 Brother Calvert filled his regular appointment at Wesly congregationSunday school was organized at this place Sunday D E Ward was elected our euperintendant Thu right man in the right place and we I expect a good school this summerIMiss Rosa Dooly is pneumonia fever Archie Foster and wife who have been visiting his parents returned to their home near Livermore the first of the week L M Lewis and family visited his mother near Livermore Sunday Miss Pearl Bates is visiting her aunt Lulie Bennett of the Pleasant Hill neighborhood Miss Lydia Ward began a three months school here Monday rl wish her success Miss Annie Moreland will leave for Owensboro today to visit her sister Mrs James Tanner Mr and Mrs Tallie Carson and daughter visited David Morelands family Sunday Miss Clime Stevens Rob Roy is visiting relatives here Farmers and planting cornIMrs B S Luther went see J B Lewis near Livermore Wed I nesdayIRENDER April 17 Deputy Sheriff Bratch er of Hartford was here on legal business last Wednesday Miss Lucy James spent last Wed nesday and Thursday in Central CitIJno S Spence was in Central City I last Thursday Mary daughter of Mr and Mrs I Sam Filmore died last Wednesday i after a brief illness of pneumonia i and was buried last Thursday at the j Render cemetary Funeral services were conducted at the church by Rev i Ed Jones i 1Dr H B Innis and D W Gwyn were in Hartford last Thursday Mrs W E Hicks of Central City attended the funeral of Miss Mary Filmore last Thursday i Polk Mercer and Andrey Stewart t Linton Ind were here last Friday j W J Rowe Herrin III was here last Saturday Mrs Geo Edwards went to HorI ton last Sunday- Robert McDowell and Simon Stephens went to Louisville last Sun j day Sam Jones Louisville was here esterday S S Hoover and Sam Fisher Louisville j were here today Mrs Mary Harris of Linton Ind s the guest of her husbands parents Mr and Mrs F E Harris I Wm Francie Herrin 111 is visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs E H Gwyn and son Fred Herrin 111 are visiting relatives hereIu SULPHUR SPRINGSI April 16Mr and MM Jas Bal lard were the guests of Henry Deve p CJl i itE1 P1 BARNES BRO IELEGANT I Spring flowers are not a whit prettier than our new Spring Shoes It iMost women here abouts know that j we excel in our lines G and always come hcreforthcirShocsI tlc are after the women who have not learned that our store is thef i place to buy Shoes We carry nothing but the best factorys make in the country We make a specialty of Good Solid HonestMade Shoes and every pair must give satisfaction to the wearer All the new Lasts and Leathers represented in both Shoes andASlippers also the White Canvass Slippers for Ladies Misses and Children We never forget to amply provide for the ladies who want comfort j in place of style We are showing quite a variety ofeasy comforta + blc Slippers for the hot summer days We honestly believe that we j furnish the best Shoes for the money in the country ir To the woman who wants a moderate priced Shoe we recommend our 150 and t 2 lines To the woman who wants elegance we jL suggest our 250 and 3 Shoes More handsome Shoes never 3 r dressed a foot T c We have our Slippers on sale and you can get either Shoes or SliplL A pers for the whole family T eJ t E P BARNES BRO illI ItBeaver Dam Kentucky UtV4VtvV1VllltiVtVd VIJWtJfvJ + tNV 1 dVdup SundayMiss Bell and Myrtle Dever entertained a number of their friends last SundayMr Cox is on the sick list Miss Ava Acton was the guest of Myrtle Dever Thursday Mr Alva Renfrew of Sunnydale will leave for Oklahoma today Mrs Sabern Wright who is 75 years old entertained all of her chil dren at Easter dinner Sunday Those present were Mr and Mrs W Wright and Mr and Mrs J Wright Mr and Mrs H C Dever Mr W T Acton and Mrs J lIillcsI Death of Air J F Wallce Mr John Frank Wallace one of the best known and highly respected citizens of the county died at his home in the Nocreek neighborhood yesterday morning at 9 oclock after a lingering illness of nearly a year The funeral will be conducted by IRe Calvert at Nocreek church to day at 1 oclock after which interment will take place at the Carson burying ground Mr Wallace was born October 20 183J hence was in his seventy second year At the age of eighty ears he made a profess of religion and joined Wesley Chapel church of which he remained a member until his death He leaves two sisters and six children and alargecir ale of friends to mourn his demise I Notice The lawrequires that the census of every school district bo filed in office during April Only ten days remain of the time prescribed law and I most sectfully urge that all reports be made JAMES M DEWfiESE S C S Subscribe for TILE REPUBLICAN THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems President Roosevelt Tuesday sent to Congress n message recommending the enactment into law of a bill to prevent the graver evils and abuses of the insurance business It is announced in Chicago that all negotiations for arbitration between Dowie and the Zionists have been broken off and that Dowie will take the case to the courts for settlement President Roosevelt has decided to appoint Charles B Aycock former Govenor of North Carolinia and Van Leer Polk of Tennessee members of the delegation from the Unites States to the PanAmerican Congress which is to meet in July at Rio Janeiro San Francisco andn number of smaller towns on the Pacific Coast were visited by a severe earthquake Wednesday morning at 530oclock At San Francisco several thousand lives are reported lost and property to the amount of 200000000 Eight square miles of the business section of the city was destroyed by fire resulting from destruction of water works and crippling of fire department BUFORD April 1Anges Tanner Livia moved his sawmill to Luther Kings farm to saw a large contract for Stinson of Oweisboro Anthony and Hushel Chinn Heflin visite1 Samnil Richison Saturday and Sunday Miss Mabel Ensterday Beda visited Herman Richardson and wifo Sat urday night Sunday Dr John Ed Bell formerly of this pace but now of Casca Christian county will be married the 24th the ladies name Mrs Jim Garrett Owensboro re turned home last Thursday after a weeks visit with relatives and i t0Messrsern and Owen Magan went to Ow MondayBorn of Claude Hud son a fine girl Mother and child doing well Vote in Popularity Contest Below will be found candidates nominate and vote cast for each up to noon yesterday in THE REPUBLI CAN Mammoth cnve trip pop ularity contest DISTRICT NO 1 Cecil Barnard Beaver Dam 30 Darrell Sullenger Hartford 10 Robert Davis Hartford 10 Ernest Me Coleman Beaver Dam a0DISTRICT No2 Johnie Wallace Rosine 160 DISTRICT No3 Roy Crawford Olaton 10 No4Roy 60 DISTRICT NO 5 Talmage Davis Beda 50 Jesse C Smith Taffy 140 No6John 10 DISTRICT No7 Carroll Smith McHcnry 80 Roy Brown McIIcnry 30 C 1 1WS11 i1if Should interest every lady in lartfbrdand vi =cinity js wi carry in stocka complete assort meat of two of tlio very best makes that are J manulucturod namoly the American Lady and aH it G On the Corcot your wear depends 9 largely tlio fit of your costume iI a I Our R G Corsets This old reliable brand wo have carried for + years They come in deep hip tapering waists staight I front empire style medium and hurt lengths and every one guaranteed to give satisfaction or a new Corset will be given in exchange Run in style from IS to 55 to Jfc Our American Lady Corset tIC Our two years experience handling this Cor salesrr proven beyond a doubt that Iitis one of the most popu makes manufactured toI day They come in a va rictyof styles Some special r r featuies that belong to our American 141Uly Corsets are Stainless Eyelets Hustno every Corset guaranteed absolutely n o nr u s t a b Il Cantbreakem this is the name of a model having a patented belt arrangement r The belt renders the sides t1 I r absolutely unbreakable The above makes come tC with hose supporter attachments atE The Bargain Givers = IIJ tCq MI1 o 7 t tC JIPBt tC ft44444 Iai4We= Hartford Republican I FRIDAY APRIL 20 Illinois Central RailroadTime Table Nnrlli Rnunili Sintili ndINo17 4111 bee a in SO 11 dual No Iinr1i30p m n101 ilnr 24 p to No tOJiltioJMMtn No till ilnrM p in Trade at Fairs Fish at City Restaurant itFresh City Restaurant feeds the people just the same Those pretty Hats you saw Easter I came from Fairs Mr David Moreland was a pleas ant caller Monday My My aint those steak meals fine at City Restaurant Ask to see our line 5 8 10 and 15 Suits CARSON Co Mr J W Baker Render was a pleasant caller Tuesday Ice Cream and all kinds of Cold Drinks at City Restaurant Another barrel of those fine Sweet Pickles at City Restaurant Oh my I what nice Steak and Fish you get a City Restaurant Mr Z 0 King Central City call to see us while in town Monday If you want Spring Hats either for Ladies or Men see Carson Co McCill Patterns at Fairs The bestmadf10c and 15c none higher Mar W A Brown Matanzas was a pleasant caller while in town Wed nesday i l Yw I I I I I II I I I I I of Fertilizer for corn and tobacco CAItSON Co Dr J A Duff Sulphur Springs called to see us while in town Wed nesdayMr C Carter Narrows was a very pleasant caller while in town Monday uptoIfirst class We want your Wool and will pay the highest market price In cash CARSON Co iThe best and cheapest line of Ho slery Underwear is at Long Cos Economy Store Judge W B Taylor has a splendid new residence well under way ofI construction on Clay street IWe will have Special Bargains for one Saturday April 21 LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE For Sewing Machine supplies of all kinds call on or write to Gross Williams at City Res aurantIWe want every housekeeper to see our 100 125 and 150 Lace Cur tainsLONG Cos ECONOMY STORE We are just a in receipt of a carload of Buggies Get our prices be fore purchasing elsewhere CARSON Co Mr Judson Rowe Herrin III who is the guest of relatives in the county was a pleasant caller at this office Monday For sale 150 acres of land within three miles of Hartford Abargain for cash Call on or address J P MILLED Hartford Ky 38tf e d Fairs will buy your hams Highest prices paid Miss Annie Hocker of the Goshen neighborhood was a pleasant caller Monday A look at Fairs Millinery means a sale Superior in style and workmanship The articles you buy in Fairs base ment are what you pay regularly 15c and25c for The newest things in Millinery and Dress Goods are at Long Coos Economy Store You will like the styles and prices of our Ladies Hats LONG Cos Economy Store Have you seen our line of Matting Linoleums and Rugs LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE I See our line of Bbs and Mens Clothing and get prices LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE Dont forget we are headquarters for Linens and White Goods LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE Buy your Clothing at Fairs Honest reliable Clothing at a low price No jewing or dickering recentlyIman in the western part of the county Mrs Clarence Keown and little son left Tuesday for Whitesville where they will be the guests of relatives for a few days Mrs L P Foreman is suffering from a dislocated shoulder which she sustained as the result of falling from a box last Saturday Mr Leslie Wedding who is engaged in the telephone business at Henderson Ky is the guest of his parents Dr and Mrs S J Wed ding Messrs M E Ward and L R Webb Owensboro have been in Hartford several days in the interest of the order of Modern Woodmen of America Misses Jessie and Bessie Raley are attending school here left Wednesday in company with their father Mr C E Raley for their home at Rosine for a few days visit Mr John W Tichenor Point Pleasant has sold his farm to John Bell of the same place Consideration 3500 Mr 1fich nor has bought property in Owensboro 0 Parrish Avenue and will move ther in October Miss Eva Brown Centertown re turned last Friday from an extend ed visit to her sister Mrs Fo Rogers at Pikesville Ky She was accompanied home by her little nieces Magdalene and Lottie Rogers Mr C H Tichenor and family andd Jake Haven and family of Matan zas left Monday for Hoover Okla homa where they will make their fu ture home FOR SALE1 Horse 1 Mare 1 Log Wagon 1 Cultivator 1 Two Horse Plow lOne Horse Plow 1 set o Leather Harness 1 set of Trace Harness Buggy and Harness Terms cash or six or twelve months time JOSEPH R WILLIAMS 39tf Beaver Dam Ky William Ashford son of Mr Joe Ashford Rosine was killed by a I C train near Ansel Wilsons las Sunday He was attempting t board the moving train while mak ing a heavy grade below the Rosine hill and missed the step and fell der the train His body was severe in twain I When the title to the vacant lot near the jail was looked into it was discovered that the town of Hartford I owned about as much interest to same as does the county and t perfect the comtemplated convey ance of same to the local lodge of Knight of Pythias the Council was asked to give its consent to the conveyance which was done at a meet ing held Tuesday morning Mr E L Bullington has opened up an elegant barbershop or tonso rial parlor on Main street in the Hartford House and is prepared to accommodate all comers He has associated with him Mr Charlie Rogers who is also an expert bar ber Everything is elegant and in city style Hot or cold water baths at any Time When yon want anything in the barber line done inI firstclass style call on Bullington I Rogers All the late new Woolens and SilksI for Spring Dress are at Fairs I IGoer I Go to Long Cos Econ9my Store i if Low f CutsIdepartment show that style and price will win For all kinds of Farming Implements also wagons and Buggies call on Carson Co Quarterly court has been in session during the entire weekand much business has been transacted Mrs Maggie Fowler Hansboro Miss will arrive today to be the guest of her father Mr A W Davidson Of course you will want a Spring Hat Fairs are showing the pret tiest Millinery in Hartford Call before you buy Fairs have another shipment of Ladies Neckwear Collars Purses and Belts They are the cream of style Call and see them Dont be pursuaded to have your Millinery trimmed on approval That obligates you Come to Fairs and you will find what you want We had to omit several valuable communications because they were received after we had all the matter put in type that could be used this issue Mr F L Sandefur who is engag ed in the revenue business ai New man Daviess county was the guest of his family here last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Edna Buskill and son Master Norman will leave next Monday for their home at Crawley La They will be accompanied by Miss Leona Maddox Mr Moten King Hartford son of Mr J W King and Miss Mary Park Heda daughter of Mr Will atoMt Hermon next Wednesday even ing at 730 oclock The Ohio county Bank heretofore a private banking institution was incorporated with Capital Stock of 15000 last Saturday CaptSK Cox Mrs S K Cox R T Collins E E Bir head Wayne Griffin Henry Null and George Lewis being the theeMr Leonard Daugherty who has been conducting the singing at the pastnwhere he went to engage in like ser vices Mrs Daugherty and little daughter left the same day for their home at Louisville While hare Mr and Mrs Daugherty were entertain ed by Mr and Mrs M L Heavrin Two new cases of smallpox are reported a among the colored folks of Hayti Old man James Rucker and TomRuckersbabyarethevictimslt developed thatone of Tom Ruckers boys had the disease at the time off the recent quarantine and run him off to McIIenry If parties were acquainted with the fact that a fine of from 100 tol000 can be imposed for concealing one having the small pox probably there would be less of tendency to do 0tlTuesdaytIter of James May of the Buford neighborhood set fire to some trash from which her clothing became ig seriouslydlater A seven year old sister made a heroic effort to save the little one from the cruel flames and succeeded in carrrying her to a nearby pound of water in which her clothes were toolatetodoanygoodo The little seven year old girls hands were painfully burned in her vain effort save her smaller sisters lifeSl NARROWS April 18Miss Magnolia Renfrow Sunday with relatives at Dun deetIJ P Johnson returned Tuesday from a trip to Missouri Miss Amley Shreve Louisville visited her sister here Miss Rosa Shreve Saturday and Sundayt1 Miss Mercedes Canon Olaton is visiting Mr and Mrs Lawrence I Daniel Bernice Neighbors has returned from a brief stay in Illinois Thomas Barrett returned TuesdayIe from a visit to relatives Itd 1 I Good Things to WeartFor the Spring at SAM BACHS Economical buyers will find that ourstoreisthe place where 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 lIens and Boys Clothing and we have them all During the past year wo almost denuded our stock of Cloth ing and we have bought an enormous quantity of goods this Spring exorcising 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 goocjs SHoes For years we have held the reputation of carrying the best line of Shoes in this locality and we are determined 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 aro showing a largo display of Low Cut Shoes for Men Women and Children HatsWe have the Hat that suits and wears There is no better 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 d Shirts Ties Hose and Collar Display When you come in here with the idea ofwanting any of the above named articles you will surely not go 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 Tele scopes Hand Satchels Etc We have a big line of Calico Gingham LawnPercalShirtingCoUonadeEtc FACTORY COTTON AT 6c A YARD We kindly solicit your presence and will be glad to show you our stock SAM BACHurs to pca Hartford KYj homa T C Bean went to Owensboro on business trip Wednesday Misses Magnolia Renfrew Verha Renfrew and Mabel Sharp were in Owensboro Friday Messrs John W Petty M F Sharp and J H Thomas attended State meeting of the American So ciety of Equity at Greenville last Friday and Saturday County Organizer M F Sharp organized p local Union of the A S E at Olaton Tuesday night Six een members were enrolled The excavation for the basement the Equity tobacco warehouse here was completed TuesdayMAGAN April 18Rev F D Baughn filled his regular appointment at Ada burs Sunday Pay ton Tanner and wife of Vermont are the guests of his parents Mr and Mrs Samuel Tanner The infant babe of Mr Fuqua died the 16th the remains were mterred at Pleasant Hill the 17th Miss Verta Wright went to Hawes ville the 15th t commence her spring which begins the 16th Notice to Creditors All parties holding claims against estate of Mary Bidwell deceased are hereby notified to present same to me properly proven on orbefore the first day of June 190C orthey will be forever barred Any one knowing indebted to said estate will please call and settle W P RENDER Executor 39t4 Matanzas Ky CASZCEIJAtheilialied You gale Always itafr of J 1 I 11 Sewing Machine 1- 1BARGAINSI We have seventyseven QNDHANDSEWING A1A iClN tS including all stand arc makes many of them as igoocUs new which will be sole at unheardof prices Come to Saunders Grocery Store on Main Street in Hart ford and get the machine ycu want Every one a bargain They must go Cuue at once SAWDERS CO For Thin PoorBloodYou tested 60 years I Sixty years of experience think of that Experience with Ayers Sar saparilla the original Sarsa parilla the Sarsaparilla the doctors endorse for thin blood weak nerves general debility Dot nn thlf grand old mfdlclne cannot do lie ben work K the lltertl luictlro and eke bowels constipated For the ben ponible re stilt you tlimild take l lathe doses of Aae11111 white taking the Sarrllla Xadt Aua by J o Arn ooLtnorteuMeeeH- AIR VIGOR f f fO AGUe CURe W CHERRY PECTORAL We han no oritil Wo publlia Ibo Formulas of all our medlolnti HE SEES GOLD AS A CRO California Scientist Declares That the Precious Metal Is Much Like the Homely Potato I grow gold likeiiotutoessays n Californian scientist according to the Philadelphia Ledger Uy this he indicates no similarity be tween the plain potato of corn merce and the coin that pays for it but simply a similarity in the process of production The vegetable is a growth and gold is a growth The first can be regulated by cultivation and war on its especial bug The latter hereto fore has refused to lend itself to regulation It has heels found readymade This scientist con tends that gold grows by the for mation of crystals as the potato by cells All he has to do is to en courage the dillidcnt crystal H is all very simple Ever since gold has lint a value there have been attempts to fashion it out of sil ver Had this been accomplished the next step logically would have been to get a supply of silver by chasing the baser elements out of iron which would have got the whole process back close to earth itself It might have been possi ble ultimately for a man to go out in his garden and be spading gold IIplaceBut the plan miscarried in its earlier stages Silver balked ItI has not been changed to gold yet Science falls down when it at tempts to create the concrete that has been its record Perhaps the wizard has arisen at lust Gold is a bnflling substance lit erally hard to get crude or minted It is found in various combina tions or in a state of ap proximate purity but when ItJis discovered there is no ex planation for its being in that particular place Often it can be traced to its source in sonic gold bearing ledge but why this lodge should have borne gold in stead of something else or III stead of being free from any metalliferous characteristics no body has been able to tell Gold hasnt even been accounted for and here uprises one who says hIcan grow the precious stun like I potatoes It would be interesting to see him out in his gold patch tenderly manipulating the ex parading crystal or at night guarding the spot lest trespasser break in and plnckthecropprema turely When the first seasons uiiiiiii shall roll IIIIIP iiuuMi the ellect upon the financial situation will be watched with some UIIJ CfIII but in the meantime there is no special reason for fearing that the market will Ill glutted and yellow pigs become as common noI IIlllIlppell ous competition for when theI owner of an urge run raise gold as he raises potatoes the chances an that the tuber will have a greater value Nice ArmnsementIJoseph II Cluiatc tolls of II inidiiifr aft a London club of aIbishop and Lund Kosehcry Dtir hug tin course of their conversa tion the reverend ciithniiiii ohI served to his lordship Ive an 1111111WhatHIM I rcaii There are two things I absolutely hIala long dinner and a long sermon contend tint however good they pray be neither the dinner our the sermon should take more than t0 minutes at Ut most Iiosebery smiled It seems to me he said that IhI mIallg1hsermon and putting it on the she ner Musical Record is Mr Bud Mrs Joseph liri gtwho have just celebrated t hilIi golden wedding bifian their musical career till years ap anJ have Hung at all the Leeds musical festivals front the 0111I iuc of the town hall by the late iiieen in ISoS up to the festival of 1SS They were members of t hIh Yorkshire Choral tnion whida illll before jiicou Victoria alltlS tin Irince Consort at ISuckin luini glace in Is1t1- aetwsan to Friends llth1Vell I hope Ill get II husband who is easily pleased lilslw Oont worry dear if YOU F yowlPI Weather Not Permitting- A correspondent of the Manchester Guardian relates thnt he saw on the Hotice board of at Ipswich reading room the follow lug appeal Will the gentleman who tool a hornhandled timbrel la from the stand oh Wednesday kindly return it to the Librarian Home role wrote beneath ill pen cit Certainly not weather sail unsettled MOST WONDERFUL INSECT- Buried 17 Years Cicada Grows Wings in 20 Minutes After Emerg ing from Shell According to an entomologist who has made a great study of insects the periodical cicada is tit most interesting and anomalous insect in The AmIlIIIwhich since 171i have never failed I to appear every 17 years reappears the lust week in May re hates the New York Herald In the year ISIOU these myriads of insects entered the earth and since then they have not seen the light of day In June of that year the female industriously planted her hundreds of eggs in the greet twigs of trees while the male sat by quid sang A few weeks later the untlik- cicadas escaped trout their shells fell to the ground and quickly burrowed out of sight forming lit tic underground cells adjoining the sappy roots of the parent tree in the fresh juices of whose twigs the producing eggs had been de posited for nourishment At list this cell is not target than a grain of birdshot but it gradually grows to accommodate its occupant Each cicada has re unlined here within two feet of the surface through winter and summer buried from light air and sun told protected from frost and cold Just before coming to the stir face this wingless cicada will often erect odd little mud chim neys projecting some six or eight inches above the surface These mule of soft little pellets of uu11PIIJwdThe lIst place to observe this miracle is in an open place under an old tree As soon as the sun- hats set the lirown wingless crew tures will come from their holes with a rush and scramble for till nearest hush tree poly stump or fence In Home localities the i ground will be literally oIcdIEach fastens itself to afttlIseen to have split its parchment shell down tins CIl1U1white willIentergeAt either side of the neck wilt be two Unlike adornments which might be mistaken for ears These will perceptibly swell and expand till before one ran realize what has happened tI1I11tall into long transparent wings with beautiful while 11111IIn less than Ill minutes after lie insect has emerged from its brown shell these wings will ware appeared and attained fallsize expansion After this they gradually assume during the night the sari brown color whist charactcriies limit nuii ntitvi1 Novel Weather Signal In some parts of the Tnited Slates where the weather condi dons are of vital importance to1 fruit groweu the weather bup roan hats endeavored to reach everybody interested means of whistle signals A code has bclIEIjviscd and where used locally it published in the newspapers so tat a given hour anyone mayij of the latest weather fore cast without taking the trouble to preliminguyhludl a lion is llrst sounded at a predetermined hour to attract attention Weather conditions are indicated it combinations of long blasts 1 temperature conditions by blasts 1 helougsignalsmef- rom four to six lI1Ilid dura lion and tin shorter ones front one three KodoK Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you oat J PURSUED BY SAME COW One of the Dangers of Rlcljng on l1ei Railway in Italy Lies in This Feature IAlhlltO Fredoricci the head of New Yorks roast chestnut trust nnorgauizuionnnttobcdespiswas d re lutes the New York Tribune The only thingabotit Italy that could bo improved on is its train servicehe said I shall never forget a winter experience mine itSGenoa I boarded this train at 1en fir mills one morning bound for San Homo OH wo started snow cov erect mountains to our left orange groves and rose farms about u the blue sea on our right und after some minutes wo stopped Is this llnrdighera1 said to a guard No its a cow ho answered Theres a cow on the track Well utter awhile the cute wa driver oil and wo got under wa again Some few miles wore trav ewes in a leisurely way and then wo stopped again h Another cowV I said to tlIjguard bitterly No ho replied The same one Myrtlee decided to be partners for life You to bo the silent partner of course Houston Post SMOOKING BY WOMEN Practice Becoming General in England and Causes Much Trouble The practice of smoking by women is becoming so common and so open ly practiced in London and most the other English cities that attention has been directed to it very sharply and the comments in till newspapers against it arc very vigor ous while theclubshave much tlay about It Railway men say that won- en habitually smoke in their reserve complaints on long journeys Whi servants are addicted to the constant use of cigarette and smoking saloons have to be provided by large establishments to prevent rebellion among the servant A campaign to he waged against the practice by several institutions that look after the public welfare CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Beers T thoft4UM Our Common School Nobody at all informed on the subject believes that the Common School System of Kentucky is it ought to be A look at the miser able little cabins that serve as schoolhouses in many if not most of th school districts in the county and peep inside at the more miserabl- children during school hours on winter day would convince anyone that Kentucky is behind the time in the matterof Common Schools b yet there are Southern States behind Kentcuky That Southern mn would besingularly wanting in patriot tan j affection for his people who did not desire to have this condition im proved How best to bring abou such results can only be ascertains- through interchange of ideas an opinions among persons conversant with the situation and capable of helping in the cause Thus was sug gested a conference of the leading educators in tha Southern States fo the purpose of evolving some plant extend the educational system so as bennfit all the people Higher Schools find Colleges and denominational institution have done great work but they did not reach tIle spot What the people need is the free school and that of as high- a standard as it is possible to make supported by generate taxation bore is the rub that question of u SURE CUREF- or All Diseases of JTOMACH LIVER G KIDNEYS QuI taxation The difficult thing is toI induce the people to tax themselves for schools to the extent of having ten months school year and teachers paid adequate salaries In Ken tucky in the country districts the rule is u six months school poor pay for the teachers poor teachers poor scholarspoor schools poor people Any agency by which such a state of things could be remedied shouldreceive a welcome from all good people Such an agency is The Conference for Education in the South which meets annually to consider Southern School conditions and devise methods to improve them Its meetings are attended bemi nent citizens not only from South but from the North and Las also wRo are interested in the wel fare of the South and her peopled The next meeting of the Conference will be in Lexington on May 2IJt anti all who desire to see better schools throughout the State are invited to attend The Generous Husband Young WifeI want you to prom rire me one thing if we would avoid trouble we must live within our I means and to help me in doing this I want your promise that you will never run in Young debtIi my love if I ever get in debt Ill let the other fellows do the running i OASTcaXA BouztJIICENTEiuOWN I AprillOJ A St Clair and J W Stogner have gone to Mississippi to engage in the lumber business Mr Land rum of Kockport has moved here and taken charge of St Clairs mill Mr Hardy Shacklett of Califor nia and his brother Eli of Linton Ind are here visiting their father Shacklettf has moved from Wil hams Mines to his home here Robert Durham and Miss Myrtie Reneer of this town were quietly married at the home of the bride last Wednesdacenlngt girldIeL E Reneer is likewise happy He also has a girl baby born April the 4 Mr Silas Dell assistant cashier ofI our bank visited his parents at liar Stanzas last Saturday and Sunday THE YOUTHS COMPANION IWill Give Its render In the S2 Issues of the 1000 VolumeI 7J Serial Stories each a took In IticH reflecting tAmeriColII llle tn soma camp and field 50Special Articles contributed by Famous Men Wnterse200eonat250 StoryutAchievement Stories of Humor 1000ItNotet on Current Events and Discoveries In the Field of Science and natural History 2000tBrlgbt and Amusing Anecdotes Items of and Curious Knowledge Poems and Sketcherd Articles tirllcloui Article Childrens Page etc The subscription price of The Com panion Is SI7S a year only three nnd a hall cents n week Subscriptions can begin at any timer IHiiilralil InuxrretneJorr aad fnmile oCoitl rJ iht Paper =It Inp MJrtti fit THE YOUTHS COMPANION Boiton Mils New Subscriptions Received at This Ollici HALLS ck Relief and Core for Head ache Backache Dizziness Indigestion Malaria etc ICURES 1 WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS IrV Dell Couch Syrup Totes Good in I Use In time Sjkl by scofflaw h 9REiIVOr RESTORES VITAun Made a Nell Man I of Me rrwnENOEl s1ivJ D2 Cunaehenallothentnle ualntcess Lost Vitality Impotency Nil htly Emission Lost rower lilting Memory waiting Clients am oil effects of rolt abuse or elcelod Indiscretion which units one for study builneso or roirlite 1 cot only cart by turtles at tbo test of disease bu 1s a erett nerve tonlo and blood builder brio let back the pink grow to 1110 cheeks and ro storlog tbe Oro of youth It wards olr lmaoll and Consumption Insist on bavin KEVIVO crier It can be uniteS In vest rocket By mil 8100 perpackueor all for SOOO with a poll the written guarantee to curs or rsttU ArtI1ROYALFor sale in Hartford Ky by J II Williams druggist =1L r4TO13S1LSears theThe Kind Yoa Hats floats Bottfi tlinatir Id1JP lr b CHEAPEST FARM LAND Southwest Offcers Best Oppor tuniHes for Securing- Homes Many farmers in the Northern am Eastern states are selling their high priced lands and locating in the Southwest Many who have been unable to own their homes in tin older county are buying land in the new country Unusual opportunities exist alon the lines of the Missouri PacificIroi Mountain Route The rich alluvial delta lands and river bottom lands o t Southeast Missouri Eastern Arkan sits Louisiana and Texas capable o f producing GO bushels of corn a bale cotton d to G tons of alfalfa 15 bushels of potatoes and other grain vegetables and hay crops can b e bought for 750 to 1500 periicrca When cleared and slightly improve 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 lint other vegetal bles can be bought for 5000 to 1000 per acre in unimproved state Many places with small clearings and some improvements can be bought very cheap This is a fine stock country No long winter feeding Free tinge- purelyatermild climate A healthy growing country with a great fu ure Write for map anti descriptive lit erature on Missouri Arkansas Lou isiana Texas Kansas and Indian Ter rit try Very cheap rates on first and third Tuesdays of each month Add rex It T 0 MATTHEWS T P A Louisville Ky or H C TOW gEtJ G P T A St Louis Mo BEST FOR THE- BOWELS thebowelofviolentkeepingtheCANDY CATHARTIC CANDYri Do andelet on health Addreii CU Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN VEGETABLE SICILIAN Hair Renewer glossyStopscolor to gray hair Sold for fifty yearsII rllliriKSrftJCS10 rlECTRIC DITTERS U III The best tonic Curative Medicine for these dls eases SOc Guaranteed Y JlLwIr M HAIIMTT C I Hurra BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LA r IItJtllerltlr r Y 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MOSLEY ATTOKXEY AT LAW llartfnnl Ketitticbv Will I iriirll iUI prolrlM 1811110 CoorUnl oliliiimilKilJiiliilHir seustlnap In Ihp Con II ol An MiU Aln Nntnrr IKblk limnotrr First NntloMil wink W II IIAHNHS so AMiRRSiiN BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys anJ Counselors at Iaw IIAIITF IIII KY- Thi 4 e ntiilr lKniil niiiionnii thHt tbrjr h- nptrherhipforfinmil the prrtlof1wIn- ullruuUisle oudird raleIthisrnroglhher nr Jlmn Strict oiiMuiltiliiiltl IIp Hurt foril Kv Abttrnitlnir TltliHi nml lltliriilliin nf rung Tltli t i Illill rnTntr nlll be Klrrn 1 eul nttintliu NulNrv In ofHn W II HAIININ S 1 AMiCllMlV KILLTHEHAND CURE THE LJNCS r Dr1KingsNew PrIceFORFree TrIal aUTHROATLES or MONEY BACK rWmodeLdrswioaakaropyngbtteaKuliHit firenUt Hailil loit taut dime thtfattnttPatent Write Or rome to us M- BU KlBta Itrt epp Uoltwl stateExcluslvelrIWASHINGTON D SOUGH mViR- TELEPHONE COMPANY I INfURIOHjlTi The Rongh River Telephone Cm operate1byreasonable rates Prices for toll ser rvice which is being constantly ex tujittitesconversation miles i tlcJcJI Deavcr Dam 1 FREE TRIP TO- MAMMOTH I CAVE Offered By The Republican to School Boys of Ohio County Our Readers Will Name the Most Popular Boy in Each Mag isterial District How many persons in Ohio county hnve seen the Mammoth Cave Situated less than 100 miles from us it In visited every year by people from every land as one of the seven wonders of the world Doubtless many of our renders have been embarrassed when in other Statcsthey were a ked to describe the wonderful Kentucky questionerthis necessary part of the boys education the management of this paper has decided to inaugurate n pilgrimage to the rave for the first week in September of this year and seven school boys one from each Magisterial district in Ohio county between the ages of lli and 20 will be given the I trip free of charge accompanied by one of the editors i OUR PLANEvery school boy in Ohio county who was not less than 12 no more than 20 years old January 1 1100 will be entitled to be voted for The candidate receiving the largest number of votes cast for any one in his district will be entitled to the trip Every candidate must reside in the district from which he is named and the right is reserved to withdraw t years4iascriptionwill entitle the subscriber to 10 votes and six months subscription to 5 votes The names of candidates with number of votes received to date will be published each week No employe or member of the family of any one connected with this paper will be elligible as a candidate Per sons sending votes by mail will please cut out and use the following ballot THE DISTRICTSThe seven Districts are made up of territory as follows I Distiller No lEa and West Hartford East and West Heaver Dam and Trent is voting precincts DISTINCT No 2 Cromwell Select Arnold Hosine and Horse Brunch voting precincts DISTUICT No aSulphur Springs Narrows Olaton and pagan vot ing precincts DISTINCT No IEast and West Fordsville Etnaville Shreve Ralph and Herbert voting precincts DISTUICT No 5Beda Hellin Huford and Hartletts voting precincts DisritlCT No G Centertown Ceralvo Smallhous and Point Pleasant voting precincts DISTUICT No 7North and South Rock nrt McHenry Render and Cool Springs voting precincts I J JFree Trip to Mammoth Cave rI I cast this ballot of votes j 1 For iWhiwf nmlslirtwrrn L mid M JwtrloI District No Precinct P IS I lJtned A Address ff I State County I BBBa a aq a a aE mmSTOP AT IBennings mI EUROPEAN HOTEL O I The Home for Ohio County People iIElegant Clean Roosts and Polite Attention S W Corner Second and J ofIbrson Streets jj COLLINS GRIFFIN Props o mBB B B A B A U a B a a fa 6E t i JBLACK BIRKHEAD It PROPRIETORStJ I I 1 Hartford anil Beaver Dam Transfer I tqAND FHE IGHT LINE J t Meets all trains Also bJ H 4General Liverymen tt t Best of attention given to stock New stable Main jt jji1 I YEARNED FOR OCEAN LIFE Undertaker Tried to Enlist in th Navy but Couldnt Find Place to Suit Him Queer customers drop in here t enlist said Tom Smith boatswains mate in charge of the naval recruit ing station at the Custom house have met some rum ones in my time but I believe the limit has been reached in Louisville One day last week a man came and said he wanted to enlist as an embalmer I told him that there was no such ffice in the navy that men didnt get killed in sea tight any more and that even if they did there is no provision made by the United States for embalming the bodies of the slain I recalled to his mind that dur ing the Spanish war there were only seventeen men killed in the navy a trifle more than might bo expected Ito fall in any tvcll ordered Kentucky feud He looked sad pod said that embalming was all he knew how to flit butthat he had fi passionate longing for the sea It didnt seem to occur to him that the United States is at peace nowand that there are prospects of the millennium He left sadder but wiser Not long ago there was a man with one arm came in Such a thing never happened before since I had been associated with the recruitin service and it naturally astonished me 1 nskcd what he wanted and h was seeking to enlist Then get yourself all together and come in I said He wanted to know what I meant and 1 told him that I referred to his empty sleeve lIe brightened up at this and said Is that all you have against me I told him that it was enough but he came right back at me say ing Why I didnt need any arms in my busines I could get along alright if the other one was off I asked him what his business was and he replied 1 am a wireless telegraph oper ntor Nothing will relieve indigestion tha- is not a thorough digestant Kodol Dyspepsia Curedigests what you eat and allows the stomach to restrc cuperate grow strong again A few doses of Kodol after meals will soon restore the stomach and digest e organs to a full performance of their functions naturally Sold b Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Previous Eruption The present eruption of Vesuvius is apparently the most violent since A D 79 up to which time the vol canic nature of the mountain had been unsuspected This mountain is about ten mile- from Naples and rises to an eleva tion of 4000 feet Around the bas it is about 30 miles in clrcumfrance It was on August 24 A D 79 that the first recorded eruption occured Pompeii and Herculaneum were destroyed the former town being bur ied under twenty feet of lava and Herculaneum under a torrent of mudIn the first thousand years after the great eruption of 79 there were many eruptions but not a very seri ous nature Once in 472 sent up a shower of ashes that traveled as far as Constantinople After an eruption in 1066 the mountain was quiet for nearly GOO years Then in 1631 many live were lost when the volcano again be came violently active and covered the villages surrounding the bas with lava and drenched them wit boiling water The next eruptio- occurred in 1779 when stones mu and scoriae were thrown to a tre mendous height One of the towns near the base o the mountain Torre del Greco was completely destroyed in 1794 while the mountain blew off SCO feetof its own top when it exploded in 1822 During the last century the moun taro was very active but did little damage There were no eruptions in 1855 a series of eruptions ten years later an eruption m J872 and violent explosions in 1878 and 1880 Save for a slight disturbance in 1895 the mountains caused no alarm until the Martinque disaster in 1902 Then some fear was felt that Vesu vius was about to be disturbed in sympathy This did not happen to any extent however and the follow ing year 1903 passed over with h only a few rood eruptions in the hot months bee Prefect of Naples considered it advisable for the bases to leave their homes owing to increase discharges of lava from the volcano In Octo viio lages in the Providence of Calabria and the mountain showed unrest in with the eruptionIpassed however with the earth quakes Living indoors so much during the winter months creates a sort of a stuffy wantofozone condition in the blood and system generally Clean up and get ready for spring Take a few Early Risers These famous little pills cleanse the liver stomach and bowls and give the blood a chance to purify itself They relieve headache sallow com plexion etc Sold by Z Wayne Griffinro m Chicken Raising is a Neglected Industry Kentucky Farmers ought to de vote more of thuir time and attention to poultry instead of tobacco said C K Hansen of Warsaw Ky who is the greatest prize winner of Rhode Island Reels in the country He is at the Willard Hotel and is enthusiastic over the possibilities of I Kentucky in the line It costs about 110 a year to feed a hen as I know by careful experi worthgon an average of a cent and a half willegive you from 150 to 200 eggs a year and there you have at least 225 a year return on each hen Thats on eggs alone not to speak of selling the chickens I have three acres on which I have 300 chickens now though I will have 1000 little fellows pretty soon Yet in this restricted area 1 make as much as many farmers in the county who have 200 acresMr Hanson is a Dane and has in herited his chickenraising propen sities from generations before him Denmark is strictly andagricultural country and exported to England last year 20000000 eggs Mr Han san has the distinction of having wont all tlieflrst prizes in his class at the New York and Chicago shows and has won more prizes than all the rest of Kentucky fanciers combined He is President of the National Rhode Island Red Club Honorar ViccPresident of the National Club President of his local association Pouty try Quick changefrom hot to cold and back again try strong constitutions and cause among ether evils nasal catarrh a troublesome and offensive disease Sneezing and snuffing coughing and difficult breathings and the drip of the foul dis charge into the throat all are ended honesteand no cocaine mercury nor other harmful ingredient The worst cases are cured in ashort time All druggists 50c or mulled by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Woman Explores Africa and Re turns to Khartoum After ajorney in search adventure through the interior of Africa Miss Mary Hall a great woman explorer has reached Khartoum She started last Junefrom Chinde Portfguese East Africa and traveled HeralduptheZambesiasfarasPort Then she turned north to Lake Ny sasst which she crossed In Novem ber she arrived in German East Africa and then crossed unknown tel teemh herdshe see n European Her escort bef a fcw native warriors The natives she met were friendly silt brought her bananas goat milk arid salt Although much of thecoun try was disturbed owing to a native rising against the Germans she managed to reach British territory without trouble The wild animals she saw include- almost every species of the country and being an excellent marksw she had no difficulty in replenishing I her larder when necessary Her next goal was Uganda where she found the youthful king playing football He received her with truly European courtsey and set her on the way to Khartoum ISTR ONGI lrlelr 10 Again what Mrs Lucy StoTallofTiltonG said after taldnc Kodol Dyspepsia i Cur Hundreds C1ofother wsak are being re- storedI to perfect health by this remedy YOU maybe well if you will take IL J nearly Indigeslloncausu all the sickness that women have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole samefood thatmaybeeaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risingsbelchingheartburn and all stomach disordersDigests what You Eat DdlelttkkenNythan cut dn Is rrtfWM it U Ltk- trturv raaDRnt- soaCkle DIA I Hold by Z HAVNK UItIiFIN Big Four Route EXCURSION BULLETIN For April 19O6 Minnesota North and South Dakota Manitoba Western Ontario Saskatchewan Assin 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without change Reserve Sleeping Car berths at 111 lost Main St Lexington Ky 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky or Union Depots N THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your J ob Printing in a firstclass manner Nasal CATARRH In all Its stages there should be clcuilinei- sElys Cream Balm clean ti soothes andheals- the dlxued membrane It cures catarrh and drives away a cold In the bead quickly Cream Dalm1 pierce wo ms nonnii iprtaas over the membrane and Is absorbed Relist Im mediate and a cure follows It I not drying does not produce sneezing Large Size CO cents at Drug did or liy mall Trial Size 10 tents by malt ELF BUOTUERS SO Warren Street New York i u SSSdMwt tIfAJtlJtltNw 0i 41AM6 Yi IMf VNV ff 1n n Wf4IM 1WNk MPMMVM10dVM1ilBeCi i Si TICHENORS I SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT I I McHenry Kentucky I Again it is our pleasure to say to our friends and customers that we have on display at our stores in McHenry as a collection of Merchandise as will be found in our county In offering to the public this complete line you are assuredl stleIEarly Spring Millinery It is no wonder that in this department vo are the proud acknowledged leaders when we take in question rJ the immensity of 6our stock and the great l originality and distinc r tiveness of its manage C ment Miss Pirtle has f each individual pur Iin displayed her taste andcorrect ness keeping constant o ly before her mind in all her purchases the plenserr and endless embracing the quaint readyto wear and the beautiful pattern Our styles and prices tire never questioned Miss Pir herNpersonal and all mail orders will be handled with dispatch Dress Goods Silks Waistings Etc It has been our good pleasure to receive much comment on this line as to its extensiveness its beauty and low price No market has to offer anything newer than wo have had opportunityIour prices and patterns will appeal to you Silks in all col 8 ors from 50e per yard to 150 Waistings of every descrip tion oc to 50e New Belts Hair Combs Wrist Bags and Neckwear all new and the latest We will interest every body who visits this department IOf Interest to Young Men uur Clothing depart ment has sprays been muchrson we are more thanf pleased with the man ner in which this line is being received The department embraces all the new styles which fashion has created in the different lengths makes and fabrics and till particular dresser young matt can have no fear of his dross if it be made up from the strong line Our Furnishing department is equally good and has won too us quite a rep utation Young if you wish style auI price to figure for you in the purchase of your Suit Mat Collar and Tie Fancy Vest Un derwear MosieryShoep or Oxfords visit this department To the Housekeeper With the coming of Spring every house will put chase something nw for beautifying its interior We can furnish your want in Carpets Mattings Floor Oilcloth Rugs Druggets Window Blinds Lace Our talus Scrims and Cretons All new and at prices to suit every buyer Or perhaps it may be Furniture you will buy Our furniture stock is complete in every detail and our rrBishp 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 Skirtsl I And Petticoats Our 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 V CONVINCING FIGURES I o littleforceQ9 factwebelieveI o Produce has as great purchasing power in all lines and in many lines a greater purchasing power than elsewhere and that 3 offerComecur prices are conservative and that our interests are mutual We place our entire stock and working force at your service 9and await your commands i I McHENRY d KENTUCKY I JAAM W Wit tN tJ 4WwvI1 IJJ 0 w